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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 4, 1914, Lethbridge, Alberta WINNIPEG WHEAT FRIDAY, DECEMBER 4, 19JN Low STRENGTHEN H UN FLEET IN ATLANTIC Buenos Ayres Says they Have Added a Battle Cruiser; From Where Censors Allow Stories of American Papers to be Published CENSORS CRITICIZED Buenos Ayres, Dec. is re- ported thct the Germans have in- creatjed thsir South Atlantic fleet by adding the battle cruiser, Von Der Tann, making a total of ab- out ten warships in the fleet. Trie British ars eaid to have added the battle cruiser Invincible to their number. The Lamport Holt line is :iald to have cancelled Its sailings from hsre until December 17. i he situation is serious. FOR FUND THE DOGS OF WAR N.8. Premier Found Guilty of Malpractise to Run for Dominion ______ CARVELL MAY BE LIBERAL LEADER TRIBUTE IS PAID TO MR. HIGINBOTHAM Members of Staff Surprised] Ex-Postmaster Presenting Him With a Watch 1 The sreai which K. in thli rospect uiul esteem in illBliibtithain, postmas- i-lly [or many years, i was lif'ni liy the mun and women win) liad boon in his service, was evi. j deuced in ;i Btrikint: manner liist i and le-t tor-carriers had bee-n as- homo of Everything But in Poland is Up WHY THE GERMANS WIIJ. NOT Express. London, Dec. first story of the loss of the British super-dread- naught co.iled from American news- papers, is'published here today with the omission of the name of the ship and the locality where the mishap oc- cuire j Citizens Donating Generously The reference in. the foresmi; uis-1 Hatch to tho loss of a British super- dreaduausht, is'to the Audacious, went down ott the northern coast ot Ireland on October 2S, alter Laving come in contact with what is believed to have been a German mine. The British censors permitted no pub- lication of this story in England, and to the they havia heen severely uritieized for the suprassion of the news. and' Big Totai Begins to 'Roll Up In the campaign for contributions Patriotic and Hed Cross Funds, there arc many gratifying fea- The JOIN THE REGULAR MILITIA St John, X.B.. Dec. the 'resignation of Hon. J. K. Flem- miilB as premier of New Brunswick, after he had accepted the Conserva- tive nomination for the Carloton and Victoria counties Beat in the Domlu- on house. B. Frank Smith was nomin- ated for the seat vacated by the Pre- mier in the Legislature. No succes- sor to Mr. Hemming as premier has been announced. Premier Flemmms was nominated last night. It is said Frank Carvell will now resign his seat, in tho Commons and become Liberal leader in the prov- Make Superintendent a Prin- Slack Coal m the Schools REDUCE CIVIC SALARIES lures.'One ol these is the generosity ot the .salaried citizens. They are pre- pared to give a share oi their earn- ings for these causes, stafi o! the Experimental farm (five a day's wage each month. The city employees in addition to con- tributing J200 to the campaign, has set aside for the purchase oi articles to he used in lied Cross work. The city teachsrs are also (doing handsomely, contributing not only to the patriotic funds but local relief. It.will also be noticed that em- ployees oi local concerns are showing a lino spirit in assisting these funds. Ihev ire setting an e'ample to nianj people who have failed to real izo their responsibilities as eifcizens ot a country, at war. Some of the outstanding contribu- tions reported on the third day of the cinvass are the following Lethuridtt and school Stiffs ARCHBISHOP Dcc d _lt ILL. 1-5 crediflbh Honiuce tint Aich Vt i meetjng of the Board alliuul counul last night a'comraiti's.jletglfahU Bank'ttffS tee consisting of Messrs F p An jt borncr. er J Home I B lurnev and i jf B Mackaj was. appointed to go HernU Printing Co em thoioughlv mt school board mat-1 tcrs and the president Mr G H Faun staff Mirnoch was abke I to interview the S 1 Shepherd chiiiman ot the sehool board on the i rink Colpman and same questions Iheie wis an inior dlughters mil discus ion on this lopie at the Milling Co emplovees close of tie meeting Mr fa b Dun n i han and R K Dividben give brief Ml, r- D Shaw flddiesses in which thev idvanced j> Co stiff their views in conneciion with the c v Cv art schools Mr Dunluni s idea vis to jlb risk make the Lethbnclge schools so tfh Lethbndije Saddlery Co cient that they would he talked j p. about at the same time hiving re jos, McDonnell tatd to economy "Ur Da idson advo cites the domi> with the sent 11 cirpentei, and the supervisor miking the latter a priminl were made that the schools might use slack coal and thus their. fuel hills gestcd that the) city mine. either matters taken up at the meeting dealt with the proioscd Old Man river diversion pioject and Us importance to LothbritUe diieclolles demonstration fields the matter of cc-operition with the B C fc ruit Grovveis local relief and civic improvement -President Marhooh and Mr. Dunham were delegated to took into the qnes who is on ly 37 years of age hag been in the service of the C P R for a long time AVIATOR MADE LONG TRIP LAND. GIVING KAISER RUDE SHOCK London, Dec. dispatch to the Exchange Telegraph Op. from The Higuc quotas a message from Berlin to the effect that the Krupp factors at Essen Germany, m.htr attitude of watchful and sitting b sa----- of neutrality, and made reference would have rreant a declaration, of It he termed the juet aspira war irom Salandra HUDSON'S BAY RY. IS HALF COMPLETED hut agreed to put no ob- stacle m the TV ay ol the charitable objects ol the O P R Teachers Have Given in Past 4 Months tweeh the railroad from Ypres Rouleis and the higlroav between Becelaere and Passcliendaelo, whero the inafntry of the enemy endeavor ed 'to gain ground, but Quite without success. 'At Vermelles we' are the .wprlc of organizing the position, taken from the enemv 'From the Somms to the Argonne region theie is quiet along the entire In the 4rgonne tiiere have been several attacks on the part of the German infantrv kut all were 11 AI le maKB me lonuwmg uuuai Ottiwa Dec i than hilf the son bteel has hetn 'altj o Ambulance Fund the weathei conditions necessi at the end oi the present sea 'tax, the donatlon to iNursm: -V e i n t-f, Ui Itiio-n eTief and Patriotic b our t.oops particularh at light it was decided La'corne t0 lne orthwest of the for >vvmg donations f f CONTRIBUTORS TO MOTOR AMBULANCE JAMES MURRAY, Janus, Muiru, D ESA A was bombarded ____, b% an aeronaui It ir said reach all th" women of llu, cit) fiat bombs were dropped from an ".....k" a'ropline on the bulldlTgs devoted to the manufacture of ciniion The air man escaped uninjmed and thp tent of. damage has not been ascer- tained. been turned in The 1lrs mentb to the Cursing Mission Siclhena H Ha balisburv oliict-is now Dec. .3 iici'c a Hall 2i Mis Mrs Hrooks 2i Mrs Gordon 50 Mis Kuz F Mi Iia llluk 50 Mrs Gen Clos- Jo Mr J( in Ltvu 3t Mis Aat smitll 3a Mrs v. Shelton 25 Mis H lovvlcl 2o Mis U Lovie 2) Mis I Hoin 25, Mrs b 11 Olivci 25 Mrs F Calev 25 Mrs J Riv Siilv surplus eis 2o Mrs H Cuirie 2i Mrs I GENERAL LESSARD TO COMMAND 2ND CONTINGENT loiuito D e 3 It is. persist ntlv rumoud licit todav that Major Orn returning to Mis- Nesbitt 2i Miss Ic ntild hr placed in command Hall Bo, Mrs 25_ ot SLCnmi Cniiailian contingent meeting oi th" the Teachers' Itelief last nig to make the_following'donations ftS'S There has been some arWlerj i000? mg in the Woevie district and m 00 m Lorraine 11; There is nothing to report in Mission 100 00 Eace Ihlb bungs the c< itnhutions ironij French Gain in Soutl- the filty tciUiers lor tin, four months Lonjon Dec 4 hundreds ot up to slOOO 00 having il of fighting men stretched readv heen devoted to the Belgian out alons, the bittie fronts in the 1 und and the balince m mcnthlv pa} eastcrn and vv estern arenas the off! cial statements vouchsafe little in. toiniation regarding the actual ogeia aous Appirentiy on tne rrench. right wing In France have the troops of the opposing nations shown anv activity during the 24 hours and the Frenih report the occupation ol Lesraenils and of tha signal sta lions at Xon, on the nsht hank of the Moselle Likewise in the Vessel tbc French have taken an observ a I tion point previously occupied the JGermans Hammering Russian Centre In Poland upon which all eves are fixed the Germans having extricated themseives from i difficult and men Acmg position, are now directing their efforts against the Russian arms which failed a Jew days ago to en- compass the invaders The Potrognd view of the situ? tion In Poland is that the Warsaw campaign of the Germans appears to brie resolved itself into a und dogged grlndmi agilnet toe PREMIER Of New Bruntwick, to accept sian centre, with the aid of heavv reinforcements Servian LOWM i Nineteen thousand SWUM' ors are said to liaTe lieon by the th.v begai the nresent and S-r present, v ,h ct CBtfraatea at liily'i Attitude Iiily will maintain loja! but watchful and'armed (Contmucd on r ;