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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 30, 1914, Lethbridge, Alberta THF LKTHBRIDGE DAllIft HBKALD WEDNftY, SEPTEMBER SO, lilt fcetbbvftoe UctbbilDge, Hlberta DAILY AND WEEKLY SUBSCRIPTION RATES Daily, delivered, year....., 5 DJUly, by mail, per year....... 1 Weekly, by mail, per 54.03 3.00 j TELEPHONES -Business Office............... Editorial Cllteo 1221 W. A. Buchanan John Torranci Business Manager !AN EMPIRE UNITED BY WAR IClmimcey Depew, the well-known American public man, -oa his return fr6m England, declared that there was a solid, war party In the old .land, "everybody is for %var, and nobody for he said. Undoubtedly, ithat is the spirit of England, and it _ _______________ IB the spirit of Canada and most parts the'recipients the exact nature o[ for good! shall be confined tp the doing-buslnen in the said districts, and, In all casei, pur- chases should bo made as far as pos- sible from the.merchants that the tler ha'i been doing buninow with In the past. :Of course, it will-be the duty of their as; alitanta' to'seV ihat all merchant! shall treat the fairly In regard to prices, and that In any case, or cases, where any merchant charg- ing, or attempting to charge, more than legitimate prices, no further or- ders shall be placed at his disposal. I It Is hoped that by' this method there j no discrimination lii-'favor of j any particular individual and the usual channels of trade not bo interfered with.in any-manner or form. r instructions to the super- visors, cure should ibe taken to desig- nate the 'particular class of-gooiis that will be -placed at the 'disposal of the settlers, as well as pointing out ciear- :y to. them the necessity oE outlining THE DAY of the Empire, It is true we har critics like Bourassa in Canada, fou even Bourassa admits that. Britain i engaged in a righteous war. In Sout! Africa there of dis sent, but this is when it is ramembered that the countrj- i recently part of the Empire and that many .of its oltlzens .German fblobdj in "their veins. "While General Byers showed antipathy i> the suggestion that the South African forces should participate in the war 'he was soundly reprimanded b; of the old Boer Generals, Genera Smute, and BGTT we find General Bo- tha taking charge of_ the .South- Afri I can forces, a noble act on the part ol man who-has devoted every year Uince South African war to ce- -rapes in the new'.British di> ttinion. The.uiitty in England itself is We find "William Crooks, the representative of one of the poorest sections of Lon- don, going about England urging men to serve, the; country in. the present war. In John, Redmond and .O'Brien sini all differences and appeal to Ireland for recruits.for ithe British, forces. How these bits of news will be startHng to the i Kaiser, -who had been led to believe that tho-Labor element and the Irish j element .'ironld not. listen' to any -pro jposal of Britain participating on anj Earopean war He is finding to his sorrow" Hiat Britons inay differ at homo OE. domestic questions, but the great question of the maintenance of-liberty.-aad freedom they are united people. INSTRUCTIONS ABOUT RELIEF j The Herald has received two COHL- plaints from Burdett about the dis- I tribution of. relief "by the Dominion I government They come from mer- chants who declare that none .of the jfoSders are being .given to merchants lit that town, and that the farmers in are compelled to so to other points to do business, though, -their, customary- trading -point has iBeen. Burcteitt. At the time, it was; announced that the government was going.' to -provide relief set- tiers, the Hon. Hobert Rogers, Acting Minister .of the Interior, addressed the. I following: letter to Mr. J, Bruce "Walk- er, immigration at Win- as how -wort was to be carried out: "After considerins iMr. Burrell's re- jjort and after my communication with yon. the other day and with represent jatives residing m the district which jtfcis year'has been so seriously aflect- by it has been decided that It would be well to divide this territory into five districts, said dis- jtricta to correspond in as closely as I possible with present land-agency dis- jtriotfi of Hloose Jaw, Swift Current, Maple Greek, Medljine Hat and Leth- j bridge Where it is found that the area, affected extends further north jthan is contained land districts I above outlined, such areas' shall be 'included within the district immefi- iatel> south tor the purpose of carry- ing out our policy of thft Biifi'enng and destitute A supemsor shall be appointed for each of .these have an the. assistance rendered. "The supplies io visions for the family, .feed for the' hogs and'poultry, and fuel. The arrangement at present in force with respect to seed grain shall obtain j Tdth reference to advances of-goods of the nature above suggested, and must be considered as a lien upon the j holdings of the settler. All deserving j settlers in destitute circumstances are to receive relief, and it is not con- sidered necessary that they must be bona fide homesteads or i pre-emptions in' order that -assistance j shall be rendered to them. This should be clearly pointed out to each recipient so that there maybe no mis understanding as to the nature of the assistance rendered by the govern ment; furthermore, it Should clear y understood that only cases of ne- For years German-ofliccrs have been .wont every drinking the toast, Tag." was dog of war would.bo unleashed and Ifcgland ami Franco would fy criished Under Kenry hs" the "Pocit o by rnilway pcrUr, has the following in the London You-boasted the Day and you ioasted tht-Day, i And now the Day A as come. braggart''and coward; all, Little you reck of the numbing The blasting: shell or, the "white arm's" fallS; J As they.'speed poor humans i'ou spied for tho Day, you lied for the Ayd woke the Day's red spleen, Motister who asked- God's aid Divine Then ttftiotd-His seas tvith ghastly mine; g .Not all the waters of the Rhine Can wash thy foul hands clean. -You dreamed for the Day, you scJietned'for the Day: Watch how Day unU go. Slayer of age and youth and prime (Defenceless slain for never a Thou art steeped in blood, as a hog in slime, False friend and cowardly foe. cessity are to favorably consid-ered by our officers, and every-.care should be taken that the action of-the depart- ment shall be re- gard." It is quite dear that the intention of -Mr. Rogers was "that "the farmers w'ere to "-be allowed to do business with the merchants with whom it had been their custom Tto trade, and in the case of Burdett it is clear-that these orders are not being followed. P 'ICKED UP IN ASSING FOR THE BUSY MAN R. County Crown Attor- ney "of Peteiiboro county, is dead. It is proposed to establish a Kiltie eglment' at -Edmonton. Mrs Harry Hannon of Petrolea has eceived word that through the death f her uncle, Paul B.orsuret, ofOtttv a, she receives of. WittT an indebtedness of eceivers were appointed for Irish Srothers, wholesale" coal dealers, of hiladelphia. The assets are a mil- on, -Leon Dulong, of toot re- ugp under a tree during a thunder- torm and-was instantly killed by a olt of lightning A retired French-Canadian medical man, whose name Is withheld, has __ romised-f cost of quipping a French-Canadian regi- tent for war. service. ave sown for.the yon hare grown for the Yours is the. harvest red. Gan'yoii-hea.r the "groans and the'awful, cries? Can you 'see theheap of slain that lies. And, sightless turned to the Haute sKw. The ylassy eyes of the ilend.' You have wronged for Day. you have longed for ilia Day. That lit the awful flame, Ti's nothing to you that hill and plain Yield sheaves of dead men amid the grain; That widows mourn for their lorn! ones 'slain'. And mothers curse thy name. Thou art steeped in Wood fls hog, For the sleepers under the .W, He youhave mocked for many a Listen and hear irhat lie has to trill repay." What can you say lo God1: an alien enemy. The Baroness said Feet All In? Stomach off doffed? ABBEY'S VITA TABLETS MEMBERSHIP RALLY AT THE "Y" NE HUNDRED BOYS MET LAST NIGHT AS RECRUITINS SQUAD FOR ARMY AND NAVY her husband is the General command- ing the Sth German army corps, while her son is a member of the officers' training "corps at .the Westminster school. The Baroness for years kept a private hotel the Bloomsbury dis- rict. A British Sag one "hundred and forty years old has just been present- ed to the Canadian. Patriotic Fimd by Close on tb one hundred boys join ed the ranks ol the JUmy and UNKNOWN DRIVFR forces at the Bois1 Membership Rail) Kii-i-ED LiTTLE SOV- nonaay CTcn nj neiq at the Y M C A Q j The "Y" swimming .tank' -was plum Calgarj, Sept [ull of lean, (at anil middle sized George Wilson, a little, seven.- I boys. There was hardly room to ge' year-old boy, was run over on. all over, but everybody had the street last nigbt and stantly killed by an unknown dent in "Milwaukee, Wis. Mr. who.sent the flag to.Sir Thomas Shau- gtmessy, writes that the flag was cap-] tured fiom the British at Detroit in i 1774... It was raffled forVin. "Milwaukee------------ [Q 1364, and Mr, Young, determined i AUSTRIA to own the Hag, bought naarl) all the tickets. He won 'H, and has :now'sent it to Canada to be'disposed of in the for Uie fund It was decia Museum at Otta- never stopped, aiid the police have been locate him. CONFISCATES R CARS ANQ MONEY Venicc, via Paris; 9ept 2: Austrian government has confiscated the Canadian Cb.'s se- curities and money; deposited; in Vi- Relative and of the -men as well as.-the composmg the overseas fortes obwrvahon cars runntag on be pleased to learn that special sep. railroads TWa has been arate record cfflces are to be eatob done, it is said, as a consequence of tshed for each Dominion send- the of the company to as a contingent. These will j the ads .of Austrian je conOucted bj the respective High'ers Iu. an newspapers at Trente, GommisBioners or Agents Generals of'Austria, have been to suspend Dominion in: liondon. That -Italian residents are he- Canada will be established at. the Iigh Commissioner's offices, 17 Vic toria street, Westminster, .or near hy. available information cdheernihg he killed, wounded or missing l ba. 1 authority to take chaise under your- self and Mr Angus McKay of (disposition of the to be far- nished by the department and to taka charge of all questions as they arise from time" lime m Uie particular district for -which he has been appointed. "In case of necessity it may be_ad- ;vieable. to "appoint an assistant to the isuperyisor in order that there may foe every In the carrying'out of the policy This will probafcly be [necessary in the cases ,of Hat and Maple Creek, which districts are.'paricularly affected at the present juncture Under these j'thc officers of the R. N W M Police, .the agents of Dominion lands, sub [land agents and homestead inspectors I win have authority to inquire Into Cases and to make the neoessary ar- [rangetnents to relieve the suffering linrt destitute in "their respective dis- tricts, jt hit own dtcldfd thai Officers reported missing under ate of i Septeniber 17, include one Cmgstori Roval Military College grad ate, Lieut E J. "W. Spiead, who was iilurthe North. ,re; iment A prich: of a hat many ears finally caused the death of [iss .Bllarp. 20 years old, at Windsor, Ont The injury happened she was a small child, and ef o'rts of specialists in all -parts of country failed to give her reliei from a growth on her head which followed The Ontario government is estab JlfMng a new prison farm in the town thlp of feurwash, near Sudbury, where .acres of ..crown lands have been taken over, 8000 acres of it heing land of excellent quality The land is the C P R and C X A. and well suited for stock raising J. Walters, the president of the Dominion Tradoe and Labor Congress has been re-elected by acclamation, and re-elected: rice-pre- sident, and P. M. Draper secretary treasurer. Aid R. B Rigg select- ed as fraternal Delegate' to the next convention of the" American- Federa- tion of "Labor. One of the last acts of the late Pope Plus, says La Liberia, his Tjlessing to fhe Capuchin monks, who _are fighting in the ranks" "the IjVench army. "The Superior General o! the monks, who obtained the bless- ing of the Pope, is Father Venance, in civil life Paul Dodo, who was au old schoolmate" of President Poiacaro at the Nancy high school. _nfto "-atchfulnsss of the German, authorities, says 'a despatch from Copenhagen to the -London Even- cwS, syndicalist posters pro- claiming, want peace, down with the Kaiserl" are appparlng on the walla of -bitfiairrgp In Berlin Travel- lers driving through the city between railway stations arp ordered to keep their vehicles drawn to that the potters not be seen Baroness "Marie Von Neuberg was; sehtenoid a police j uri magiatrate to Imprisonment tor i 'weeks for failing to register GERMAN SPY SENT UP Quebec, Que, Sept Karl Nikoleib, an alleged German spy. arrested at Rimouski, abdat.tw.ojweeks ago, with a general cargo ot weapons and explosives, has. been sentenced to. six months by Magistrate. Angers. ing kept the closest s.urveitlance No Executive Meeting Y.P.U. There will be no meeting of the ex ecutive of-the Young People's''Union this week A meeUDE record bareaus, -which -will" 'be in at the tlme of the monthly iharge of special officers appqiuted 'by meeting in October. he governments concerned.- It is un- derstood that' iof Ot- will come over: shortly: for this lurpose. IW HEART OF CITY HOTEL SAVOY In the centre of thisfft- and (torea on both sltfei. Anildjne concretc.mteel marble. jr j. To Men Earning From to Per Week You don't have much left after.paying expenses, dg you? If some misfortujie. should dtprive you of your income for a few months you'd probably run behind temporarily, Now what about your family? How would they get along if your income should be psrSiznsnilylml aft by your death? Don't you realize that you should have at least of life assurance to provide for them after you're gone? And, of course, you want the kind of assurance that's absolutely safe. And you want the "savings bank" kind under which you don't have to "die to win." Write tot free information about cjch an Imperial Life tp suit your particular rieeda Do it you may M THE IMPERIAL LIFE AMurance Company of Canada HEAD OFfICE_ TORONTO J. I. D-tridVutpf, Ufthife j good time and regretted being callet I out at 8 o'clock hen sical Direc I "tor program in the gymnasium, the. main feature of the evening being a two .round boxing match between "Slim1 and George Scott. Each was blindfolded and had sleighbcll: on; his ankles which helped'them .to locate each other. The decision given was a-draw, but George-'got'two blows on his chin tbat made him sM up and tale notice He then proceed ed. :to hammer up'his opponent'- if great style. Group, games'were play- ed and everv boy was m good spirits >vhen the main program began Rev Cobblednk was the first speak er ftf evening He spoke of tho 'great opportunity, for all-round dt velppment.in the Y.M.C.A. and em- phasized the necessity, of a .boy get- ting a good rugged phvsique to carry hiih through the emergencies of life. "Not only must a boy a strong 'body, but he know how to get the best use of said Mr. Cobble- dick He then illustrated this point telling of seeing two men in a fist encounter the other day and one of :them had the .best of the other fel- low, uho seemingly had the better physique of the two The next speaker was Mr. Will Frame, the Conimander-in-ehief of the Navy forces "Although I am on the sid.e with the blue. said Mr Frame, "I am not. feeling blue to- night." Mr.. Frame said he felt, con- fident of a victory if every boy on. his side would do his best was beaten out last year in the con- teit but this year we are going to work right up to the last minute and give the other side all got'1 A big, rousing cheer greeted this Ust remark of Mr. Frame- Cbmmatider-iu-Cbief Frank Filmer was tlien introduced ai> the nevt speaker He did not need an introduc- tion to the s of "LethbrldyJ, and it took some two minutes before tSie crowd quieted down from their loud cheers Mr Filmer told a story which illustrated his positron as command- er of the tr'rny forces 'iA lieutenant was asved w hat he w ould do under a certain difficult situation in which flag had to be put on the top of very high pole He replied that ,he would put one man on the shoulders man next to him and so until they had reached the top of the po'e When questioned as to" who would take up the nag he discovered that he had used up all o! the men in building the ladder Turning tq tho 2nd lieutenant, the commanding 'pf fleer said, 'And what command wpnld >ou 'Sir, I poral put up flag I'his, Mr FOiner said, is my1 scheme (or beat- ing out the Nat} I am going to count on ill of you'fellows getting at least one membership the contest." Sides were then chosen and each bop handed a boy sized sack of roasted peanuts as he passed out the door FIRE DESTROYS FERNIE HOUSE Fernle, B.C., Sept. Firei de- partment had a call at 1.30 aim, "on Sunday to a fire at an empty house Bcthune West Fernle, which 'was .badly, damaged, and .on Mopday morning at the aame hour i house on the corner of Lindsay and tftntan avenue, which wai totally de> almwl before tha alarm WH turned in. Won't be To Pay Half Yearly Interest -London, Septf In view ol the Miftorcd vutli ttui (failure of the Cain ill oh Agencies il Would caustfHttlft surprise if the tern" ttecljuci, Its to the iialf jciujy interest on deKinUir s due ou ihursfla) ointment o( a re ceiver and, manager hqp been agreed to. the while tho pwstftk position assiirfcri failure uiri (debenture hoWcis tHat crything Will brf done to teiiafctHtate the com pane's affair uith iha[ leabt ,possible FERNIE MILITARY' NOTES Fernie, B.C., Sept. Major- -way Wilson ot Victoria is iu Urn tit) arranging with the city and provincial arrest and de- teutioir 6C Gerihuus >ud who have not registered Major Wilson, also inspected several building? with a.vloiy of reporting to the Mllttia ilepartntent, and recom- mending; suitable quarters for drill purposes Curing the 'winter months, or until: the 'armory is-; built. 107th Regiment, are making good drilling 'bree evenings .in ,the week. Instruc- tional classes for officer." have begun and everyeffort la being1- made to have e companies ;tn good shape before the snow- Captain Gladwiiv of 'Corbin. was notl- 'ied by wire ,oT death f his motherat Victoria, and left this mornlns. for tho coast. BRAND NEW MEDIUM Fernlo, B.C., Sept. meeting of he spiritualists is called for Sunday iiiiig next for the purpose of elect- tig officers and arranging a program A celebrated present and demon- trations.of various-'-kinds will be fa order. -.The he held In he parlors of the-Fertile Hote. IES HER LIFE TO [RUMS" d Boih Siomifiii Troubie r Out, JUHX 20th 1913. ;aliy believe thai I owe uiy life ;.Ever child- Ill have'been tmder the'care of [tus1: ifa hive- 'tetp paying 's bills Fw as So German bullets. ,vho told' this '.was flrmlr. Iof the truth, oi his state- "Twist the Coin" fl.bMtpelUiMla bidlwt box. I THEF.F.DAUXYCa LTD. OP CANADA dcartier ilitary jCamp A fully equipped branch has ,at thl Overseas Forces monies to and from, made by all branches of the UNION of charged Fiilr information as'to the new depositing of money, will be cheerfulli GRASSY LAKE BRANCH A. 'I LETHBRIDGE BRANCH ned at the Military ommodatlon of. tbe lilltary Camp will-be free i, the forwarding and ING, Acttnj Man.jtr I. TINNING, Maniger REASON'S FOR BEE AT MEAL TIMB "ALBERTA'S PRIDE BEER" is concentrated liquid food. Tea and Coffee are in nowise foods. In countries where beer is used ap table berer- age, dyspepsia is practically unknown. .Bo is stomach general. In German> beer, is lore frequent- ly drank than water particularly at iifal time. The prejudice against strong slimulnts hns in no wise impaired the value of "Alberta's PJde the most nutritious of all liquid foods. This beer is absolutely pure. This isno idle claim, but onn that we can back up by proof. jCome to our Brewery and we will show you To those who value strong digcslijo advise "Albefta's Pride Beer" and we ikonUnend it to convalescents because it it a tonic. I THE LETHBRIDGE BREWING MALTING COMPANY, Limited PHONE 554 ;