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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 30, 1914, Lethbridge, Alberta THF L8THBRIDGB DAlti HBBALD SEPTEMBER (40, WM, ttbe TbecalD Hlberta DAILY AND WEEKLY SUBSCRIPTION RAVES j Dally, delivered, .per year. KOi Daily, by mail, per year. >Weekly, by mail, per year.... l'.0( TELEPHONES Business Offlcs Editorial' Ofllco W. A. Buchanan John Torranco Hesaglnfe Director Business Manager 1253 1224 ;AN EMPIRE UNITED BY WAR .Cluttmcey Depew, the well-known American public man, -on his return liora tngland, declared that there a solid war party in the old. land, "everybody is for war, and nobody lie said. Undoubtedly, that is UK spirit of England, and it is the spirit of Canida and most parts of the Empire. It Is true va have critics like Bourassa. in Canada, Ibut even Bourassa admits that. -Britain 'is engaged in a righteous war. In South Africa thoro of dis- sent, but this is understandable when it is remembered. that the country is recently a part of the Empire and that manv of its oltizens have i German -blobayn their veins. While lOeneral Byers showed antipathy to the suggestion that the South African forces should participate in the war 'he was soundly reprimanded by one of the old Boer Generals, General Small, and- now we find General Bo- tha talons charge of the South Afri lean forces, a noble set on the part of fa man who 'has devoted every year 1 since tha South. Af rioaa war to ce- mentinf-.-rapes in the new '-British, do- The us'lty in England itself 'is remarkable. "We find William Croots, the Labor T vuv vt the poorest sections of Ixm I don, going about England urging men 1 to serve the country in- the presen1 In. Ireland, John .-Redmond' ani William O'Brien sink all differences 'I appeal-to Ireland for recruits-for ;the British forces. How startling the Kaiser, vrho had beea led to believe that the -Labor. element and the Irish element -weald not listen to any pro- posal of Britain participating in any European war He is finding to his sorrow that Britons may differ at home on .domestic but -on the great :ojies'ts6n ot.the maintenance 4 sf liberty and freedom they are a i united people. orders for goodi confined the merchants doing-business In the said districts, and, In all chases should be made as fir as pot- clble from that khe set- tler has been doing bus'lnoM In th.s past. .Of course, it'will-be the duty of the supervisors and their an; sistants to'.see that all merchants shall' troat In regard to prices, and that In any case, or cases, where any merchant is charg- ing, or attempting to charge, more than legitimate prices, no-further or- dsrs shall: be- placed at his disposal. It Is' hoped that by' this method there' discrimination In''favor of any particular Individual merchant, j :nd the usuai channels of Jrade not be Interfered, with .In or form. instructions to the super- visors, care should (be taken to deslg nate the 'particular class of-goods that will be -placed at the' 'disposal ot the settlers, as well as pointing out clear- ly tg them the necessity of outlining .o the -recipients the exact nature of :he. assistance rendered. "The supplies to foe furnished j should'be confined exclusively to pro-romised towards cost of equipping a French Canadian regi ment for war service. Officers reported missing under date of, September 17, include ,one Kingston Royal Military College grad- uate, Lieut B J "W Spread, who was wdlfi the Ropal Nortn Lancashire re- giment A pnok of a bat pin, suffered many years ago, finally caused the death of tfiss EHa P. Jforth, 20 years old, at "Windsor, Ont. The injury happened -ahe( was a small child, and ef- forts of "specialists in all parts of the country failed to give her relief from a growth on her head which followed 'The Ontario govefement is estab Ijbffig a new prison farm in the town- ihip of Burwash, near Sudbury, where acres lands have been SOOO acres of it being and' of excellent quality The land a between' the C. P. R- and C. N. RT. and foi stock raising J. C. Waiters, the president ot the )omlnionvTradee and Labor Congress tu been re-elected by acclamation, Fred Bancroft re-elected vice-pre- sident, and P. M.'Draper secretary- reasurer. Aid R. B Rigs' select- fraternal Delegate to the next convention of tae Federa- ion of Labor. v One uf the last act? of the late Pope -La-Liberia, give his to the Capuchin monks, who are, fighting "in the ranks ''the The Superior General of tile .monks, who obtained the biess- ng of the Pope, Is Father Venance, n civil life Paul Dodo, who was an okT schoolmate' of President :Poincarc at the school. Despfte the watchfulness of the Jerman authorities, says ''a usspstch rom Copenhagen to the London Bven- ng News, syndicalist posters pro- claiming, "We want peace, dotfn with he are appearing on the rails of buildings In Berlin Travel- ers driving through the city between stations are ordered to keep blinds .of their vehicles drawn so hat the. posters may not be seen. Barocew Marie Von Neuberg the war ofRae to those record bureaus, which 'be m Charge of special officers appointed by the governments concerned, It is un ierstood that Colonel Warde, of Ot- tawa, will come over shortly for this purpose. t i'or 3 oars Gernuui olliccrs have been to eqd every bauquat by drinking the toast, "Dei "Tlio vu tho'dfty when the doge of var would bo unleashed and England and Franco mould be crushed. Under thib titlo "The Heurj Chappell, known as "Poet of and by occupation a railway porter, inibushwhthe following in tho London Express. You boasted the Day and you toasted And now the Day has come. Blas-phemfff braggart and coward all, T'ttle you Ted of the numbing ball, The bfasnnq stieii or the "whttt fall As they speed poor humans home r i I OK spied for tho Day, you hed for the Day tlie Day's red spluen who asled God's aid Duint Then ftrtwtd ffw seas vnth ghostly mine iVotf all the of the Rlime Can it.ash, thy foul hands clean You for the Datjt you schemed for the Day Tl a-tch how the Day will go Slayer of age rind youth and prime (Dofcnteless dam for neier a Thou ari steeped in blood as a hog in slims, False friend and cowardly foe. %ouhave sown for-the have grown for the Day. Tours is the harvest red. Can you hear groans and the attful cms0 Can you see the licap of slain that ties And, sightless turned to the flame split The glassy eyis of the dead1 You haie uronged for the Day you hate longed for the Day. That hi the awful flame JTts nothing to yon that hill and plain Yield sheaves of dead men amid the grain, 'lhal nioi'rn foi then loud And mothers curse thy name. Thou art steeped in Wood as a hog. For thi zlfiptis under tht, And He you haie moded for Many a Listen anti He to 1 T engeancc is I mil t can you >o God UNKNOWN DRIVER KILLED LITTLE an alien enemy. The. Baroness said her husband is'the Genera1 command ing the Sth "German army corps, while her son is a member of the officers' training 'corps at ,the school. The Baroness kept a private hotel in the-Bloomsbtiry dis- trict A British flag one -hundred and forty years old has just-been present- ad to the Canadian Patriotic Fund by A.-McD. Young, a British subject resi- dent In ..Mr.'Young, who.sent the flag to Sir Thomas Shau- Shnessy, that the flag was cap- Lured" from the British-at-Detroit in 774. .-.It .was raffled-; for', in iniivaukec in, 1864, and Mr.. determlued :o omn the flag, bought nearly all the tickets. He won it, and lias "now sent It to Canada to be disposed of in the best way for the fund It was decid- Otta- feel All In? Stommch Lirw off JutTik.tGkuif take ABBEVSvrrA TABLEM MEMBERSHIP RALLY AT THE "Y" ONE HUNDRED BOYS MET LAST NIGHT AS RECRUITING SQUAD FOR ARMY AND NAVY Clpse on to one hundred boys join- the ranks of the'Army and Navy orces at the Boys' Membership Rally Monday ng held at the Y M C A v f The swimming tank was plum Calgary. ASta., Sept i fUJ1 0I lean, fat and middle sized George Wihoii, a little seven, j U0ys There was hardlj room to get BOY a m o jearold boy, run over on all oier, but everybody had the streot last night and in stantly killed by an unkno1 autoist. The 'driver of- the; car never stopped, and the police have been unable, to locate him. AUSTRIA. CONFISCATES C.P.H. Venice, via CARS Paris; AND Sept MONEY Austrian government hag confiscated the Canadian Pacific-Railway Go.Vce- curities and money; InCVl- aad fnends of the as well u'the composuig the overseas forces wii! company s observation tunninRon be pleased to learn that special sep-' Austrian, railroads. This tea beeu arate record offices are to be estab- dons, it Is said, as a coneequBnce of Ished tor each Dominion send tho refusal of the company to pas as a contingent. These offices-will.) the dividends .of Austrian .sharehold- je conducted tlie respective Highjers Italian newspapers at Trente, Commissioners or "Agents Generals of'Austna, have beep forced to suspend _. .Italian residents.are be- ing kept under the closest surveillance. No Executive Meeting Y.P.U. There will be no meeting of the ex- ecutue of the Young- People's Union this week A meeting will be held time of the regular .-monthly; meeting-in October. in good time and regretted being called 'wn out at 8 o'clock Plnsical Direc- Thompson put on a rattling good program in the gymnasium, the. mam feature of the evening boing a two- irbutid boxing, match between "Slim1 Wadding-ton and George Scott. Each was blindfolded and.had sleighbells on his ankles which helped them to Ibpate each other. The decision given GERMAN, SPY SENT UP Quebec, Que, Sept totally itnyed, slmoet before the alarm Inrsed In. Won't be Atfe To Pay Half Yearly Interest London, Septf 3p tn of tlio losses m coo-iection the ffaUun, of ike CjuuiUuji Agencies, I prise it the wea item" its to mtof tjm imit-juarjy oih tia iiiuj on uisAay Tlic appolntniciit ot a cetver nod. 'Iwfr agreed to. I he board, wliile regretting the pos.tioif alutte and debenture folders t.'iat cry thing will to fttobffltate the con.-- pa.ny'a 'attain, ji'ith fcha, Ipa FERNtE MILITARY' NOTES Ferule, BC, Sept Mojbr R In ,tlio city arranging with "the cfty and provincial wlice la tho mutter of arrest and de tenUon of 'and Aiitflrlaaa is ho have not registered. Major Wilson also instated with a vloy reporting to Jilllitla department, and recom mending pultable quarters for drill purposes tjurlng thei 'winter months, or until the arm or j is built A.and 107tlr Regiment, are rngjtlng good prepress, drilling uree evenings in the, week. Instruc- lonal classes for officers have .begun and every' effort1, IS being- made to have hese companies' .Ui- good shape before he snow-.fallsi "Captain Gladwin-.of r.oti- ied -by 'wire ot th'evsudden death f bis mother at Victoria, and left this morning.fbr the coast. BRAND 'NEW. MEDIUM Fei nie B C Sept 30 meeting of lie spiritualists is called for Sunder vening ;aext for the1 purpose of elect- ng officers anil arranging a program A celebrated demon- rations i of various -kinds will be fa rder The 'meeting will bg held in ae of the_Peraie Hote. Both Stomac'.! Trouble JMSTOH.'om.. Jumt.'aoth 1913. ally believe that f Owe ui) lita -.Ever child- under the o.' 'nat ieen. .paying .bills rwissoiiokanlworl it people pn the ttreet often :ne if I I could got without help. The same old Trouble distressiiiK s nearly drove me wild e ago, I got a box of "I'nut ind the first box did ine good nd and tdvl- inuation use. I am feeling finej and ft i meeting me on-the'street, nr.improved, appearance and e reason I replied, "I 'am Ultatlves" He said "Well, l-tlvea are making you look so aheaa and Ulce them. 'They 5 more J can" MRS H S WILLIAMS i a tires" arc sold by all 'I jot a box 6 for 50, trial r sent postpaid on receipt of lit-a-tlves Limited. Ottawa. SON KILLED BY GERMAN orlt. he to tho New York A Belgian doctor.just tssels; teHs ine'tlutt-Pilncej the eon, has jiospital .that Dr. Albert's physician, was ihold an the pres- isald, that, the'-'prince ha4 1 by bullet He 1 in other .examinations, of- found also to died made by German bullets, who told'this flrmb of the truth state- tho I ThEF.F.DAUErca LTD. OP CANADA. Icartier lilitary jCamp Al'fullyi.-equipped branch'-has Camp at thl Overseas Forces. monies to and from made by all branches of the UNION of charge. s Full information as to the new bt depositing of money, will be GRASSY LAKE BRANCH A. II LETHBRIDSE BRANCH ned at tne Military of the illtary .Campiwill be OF: CANADA, fro the forwardlDc and itahad. ING, Acthif Manager I. TINNING, Manager REASON'S FOR BEE ATMEALTIMI "ALBERTA'S PRIDE BEER" isl concentrated liquid food. Tea and Coifee arc in nowise foods. In countries where beer is used table berer- age, dyspepsia is practically unknown, po is stomach Ir'oUblC in general. In Germany beer isiore frequent- ly drank than at ntal Ume. The prejudice against strong sfimulnts has in no wise impaired the value of "Alberta's Fide (be most nutritious of nil liquid foods. This beer is flbsolutely pure. This is but one that we am back up by proof. Brewery and we will show you. To those who value strong digesli o idle claim, B organs'we advise "Alberta's Pride Beer" and we ifccommend il to convalescents because it a tonic. THE LETHBRIDGE BREWING MALTING COMPANY, Liinited V ;