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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 14, 1914, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE SIX THE LETHBRIPGE PAILT "HBHALD ittlDAY, AUGUST 14, 1914 A DRENCH ARMORED TRAEV. A MODERN "KIIIP" ON WHKKLS a Oi s HUNDRED MEN FROM tie u, TO to -v u. o V is tr.u: of srmorea tnd rapid fire guns Rising from the car behind i fencing t wj irom r an cj f r- fl-SBMAN Itf THE IIMIJ) MVXOEUVBEH IE? the Dardanelles. Tfere is no official (.cmirm-lon O' I's murhase of t'lo i TB lurXo the re port to the effect is generally credited. to a despatch from Constantinople to the Exchange Telesraph Co., Turkey has paid for the German cruisers Goe- LOT snd Breslau was declared that the nUra. inn been nstiucted to blow i uo f-e wrts rathe1- than sur- render. A rumor that an attempt had i-ad" on the Me of King Gi- lbert was.based on-a slight accident i to the Royal automobile Newport. Vug P Morgan i Co announced tbi afternoon had not Uen reque ted b the French potein.pc.nt to negotiate a loan here hut n-d te n aoprvs'-licd on the sai iect c> piivate mtere f and t at i .ojd c'German artiU-n-msi aiding to noTJws f .iuo ick'.in Tue Gtrmans ii-ive now re-j VOJid ;iot care to cnterta n the Hi to too use of their artillery in aa effort to destroy toe fortifications ol Liege before making another a'Uek r bhouid thcrE the lighte t wu w t-iu j on Oj ihe oe- lipon the towa. as to tbe pr pnet) of Be- PROGRESS OF TODAYIN BRIEF FORM gdtiations for such a loan j Daily Chro-nicle Hg 10 thf1 ..THitlOH ;t ters and crew of the Austrian r-CE-iVtd th1- of tl" last I bv tte pohce. HrhoY.tbcilgiBn "province of "Brifaant, cros-Mi' c i T according to a Keui retain them or d-hter 'hern i where" en A irom FriEEte She tarred about dM ve-How band on -shith is pncltti., trrloo ar frituated and lortm" the afld a "Open-d by the Stale Ionian arm to retreat upon aroJt were rested Nen papers throughout werp m whoi j" Honicary print scarcely anytiing ei cept news Vienna ilself is jiall.desertej. fell at Lieje is rep' rLJ to ha chat1 in helmet, 10, 080'' marks in Ger- inaa bank notes. y. '.lout i-in 01 ihp 11 p m is tnc Goc- U were m-t a Turk nd escorted_t ner owing to tP" mercile s fire ol the freneh 75 mPhmetre He'd gun Experts ha e loon aware that no IMd in Kurone could compare wi that F ance 1 ur-ed, hoiteiei, that Fiance wa er iouiU deficient m heAU guns, butj tar the German heavj hib failed to pioducc important] cm the Irench1 troop Jt Fermo, IJ C ia-Lt-Col Mackaj a telegram from the Miliiii Depaitmtnt on 'luesday ing in tiuclmg him that oae hundred men with qualified officers would bo taken from the lor the first contingent for abroad Orders were immediately dispatched "to Nelson and Cranbrook to supply their quota of this body, and a re- cruiting .station was opened up here on mheie eight had parsed the medical ev-anunation wben the ofhce clnwd ior the da> The follpwing are-the names of the Volunteers: William Price, RoLert Crichton. Gilbert Sawyer, Thos G ttm H Bromlej (Sgt A Han (Cpl Frank Tbwnsend -John G. Robert- son. "Edward Jessett, Robert Snow- atn, James Kuggan, Frederic Mitch- John Reidi Harold McArthur, Donald.M. JMitchell, Tho- mas Lapraik', William W. Orr, Wm, Sween Harold Hinton, Chas. rAVorsley, K. Stewart John Corngan, Trancis Wm J C'andge, Jame Ri'ex, Albert Cart- 1 dge, P N J Came, J Bsattie, C Clark, P MtCo h R Herring, G G Brew ster, Daie Logan, A. Moffatt-Mc- Cord, Erne t b Hunt, D Wita s n, Jos-ph LonELCn Tiioma Horn er, K.- H. Cunningham, John. Andcr son, Dome M0g S J McNalh, Douglas Townsead, J T Joule The following ire the Cranbrook recruits, 27 'n number John J G B Daziel A T Underhill, F Johnson, R Gtorge Jones, Frrnk Chftord, Horace Teni- pleman, Jo Higgmbothara, Dr Bell F K C E A Ketterroghain, 1 T E Horc T Snath, David Mac- Lannen, Eineit Carrv, John Braik; Walter Chamber F E R s etti, L McLennan, Uthur Proudtoor, John Cameron, R. E..Harbwell, Fred Brown, A. Underbill, Archie 'ElwellJ' F C Edge, A Patcgatti The halanc of tht_ uimdred men te inadc up irom Hosmer vh- tne men to Quebec "Lt Col Mac ka% recci fd T from Lt Thomas Brown, Nelson, that the West Koot- would ue lead) on Thurb dst anfi thit their names would then be forwarded to hrai Drilling of the Fernie commenced last night and will be VSEICH STARTED THE SCENE OF THE near which Btea. Thie evtaod, here thst Archduke Francis FerdinanJ and his c Ir.r Au.trm's declaration of war on Servia. From Saskatoon, Aug. i four veterans oi the of 'the Ern-i pire left at one o'clock today fqrj Winnipeg, where they will join the; western section oi Princess Patricia Light Infantry. A vast concourse of niart'hed down niein; streets of the city in company with; the boyb of the old bzigade, and, cheerinj; ercAvtls bade them God-speedj from ih: mussed sidewalks. The body r of veterans in their'-march-was ac- ccntfJEuied the'105th Fusiliers in fjll strength. At the station they were met a detachment from Prince Albert of and.another de- ta--hment of iGO from Bdmontofi. A crow-d estimate sang, "God tc you till we mee-t again" ihe four cars of soldiers pulled out. The w-ar claimed its first vic- tiiti from' '.Canada at Har- disty, according to it-he detachment from Edmonton, when Private Little at that point of heart disease CANADA'S.'ADVANCE GUAKD OFF TO WAR London. The tiuesion of offering help or hospitality to the Canadian teachers taking the "hands across the sea" tour, if stranded here, 'will be considered by a committee of the Na- tional Union of Teachers. the Departure transports ing hh'nos pr the. neglmont are ready to ie from Toronto to'Halifax whore they .will remain till tako them to the fle'd of battle, If Britain demands their, services. coacll 'window is one Of tho mascots of the regiment. The little doe Sir James Ycxall, Af.P., told the Mail and Empire thst the Union had voted ?5flOO to send home via, Swed- en 133 Russian teachers, who had been en tour, their return tickets through France and Germany being useless. Sir James recalled that in addressing the Canadian, teachers in London two. years ago he urged {he slrengthcning'of the llnUs between Canada and the Mother Country, as [the time might come soon when they would be tested, some, of his hear- ers thought that he was unduly pessi- mistic. Ottawa, men from Tor- onto and district arrived In Ottawa to- day, and four to left Ca'l- gary at mobilize In the Prin- cess Infantry, which, int ns.nn independent or three hunured more points in the east tomorrow, aiia'lt is thought tho whole regiment, which trill' be under, the. command of Col. Farnuhar, military of the Governor-General, wll'i he mohllixod within a few days. It will leave Canada ahead of the mnln fiontingent, find will be tlie first to arrive. Mp'rit of the meii have seen service In TarloiiB parts of the Empire ,aml a are South African veterans! WILL' HOLD POSITIONS OPEA7 R. Wilson, general of the Crows Nest Pass Coal Co., ha notified ail employees of that com-, p'any that any who wish to enlist lor active service may do so nod that their positions will be open for them on .thdr return. Thomas" Corsan, son of Dr. and Ulrs. Corson, received a telegram yes- terday him to report with his regiment, the SSIh Vancouver, .ab once. Tie left on the midnight train en Wednesday for the coast. WAR DECLARED On prices at The Palace Cloth- ing Co. Prices shot to pieces Big reductions on all Summer Goods Save your dollars by visiting this store to-morrow The Palace Clothing Ci 214-5th Street South The Leading Outfitters PLENIY OF SOUIH lil War Flashes city of Winnipeg is now on a war footing. Every regi- ment in the city has been recruited up to -dill strength. All troops will enter on training for active service. Montreal The captain of the steamfir Ruthenia, .arriving in port yesterday declares the British ileet had mobilized in the North Sea prior to the declaration of war on Ger- many. He saw the ureadnaughts o! the British fleet assembling on July 30. Moose hundred men of