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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 7, 1914, Lethbridge, Alberta WINNIPEG WHEAT May option July-option 125 Low VOLUME VII. LETHBRIDGE, ALBERTA, MONDAY, DECEMBER 7, 1911 NUMBER Opens Congress PRESIDENT .WILSON Who opened the last session of the Congress today CONGRESS GERMAN RETREAT HAS COMMENCED Allies Take Vermelles Close to Lille in the North- German Line of Communication Through Metz is Seriously Threatened 'oy the French Paris. French War Office gave out the following oilicial report this afternoon: "In the region of the Yser continue to attack the few entrenchments still held the enemy on the left ibaak of the canal. In the region of Armetiercs and of Arras, as well as in the Oise terri- tory. In tho Alsne region and in the Argonne. there is nothing lo report except as to tlie superiority "of .our offensive. 'In the .Champagire district our heavy artillery on several different occa- sions has shown marked superiority over that of the enemy. There is nothing nfiw'on tile eastern frontier of our line where the posi- tions ol! previous days; have .been maintained. sion of the Old Body- New Legislation ALLIES PUSH GERMANS'. BACK JT f I J DCL 7 conlmuc Assembled loday tor Last bes- to push nr-rlamlers and m northern France but. the Germans ex- plain that 'they are giving ground for tactical and strategical reasons. The __ advance as iar as Flanders is cun- ccined seems lo haic been Checked on Washington. DC Dec 7-TheG3rd thp Q1 Congress reassemble! todi, for it's bcw recrudescence of third and concluding session hard liRhlint in the Artontie district President Wilson will deliver his where the French claiiu they are malt- ro'stnimTthe KS ffWmrs foie a joint session outlining the id Scomingh moa important is the imuistiatlon programme Until that statement thai th" Trench is full} disclosed the no.lt ten will seriousli mtoriercd the be undertaken during the compare communications ,en Met Mounted and Infantry Regiment Will Mobilize Here Along With Battery RUSSIAN INVASION W SILESIA IMMINpNT BOMBARDMENT OF CRACOW STARTS Short Rations tor Germans says the Chancellor -Dec. special correspondent of the Daily press sends? the following from Copenhagen.: "For publishing statements made at a private meeting oT the committee of the Reichstag by the German Im penal Chancellor which ail the Berlin newspapers except the suppressed, the whole Issue of that newspaper containing statement, has been confiscated. Ttve slatefnont "It is quite certain the will last a very long'timer find the. meantime the nation, must be pre- pared .'to live en short rations.' Berlin, hinic iUaich 4 lemains undefined except "1S Ot the Rieitcbt importance tint the usinl aporopriation bills aie irmlLS likely to recehe fust and chief men IAACUA.TDD tion Whethei the G4th Congress chosen tho November elections, ivi'il be caUed_iii_ special sessions or Clerk bteiens' office Wm. F Reanj nominated by -Kritzwiser. aad ,L. Moore. Lewis nominated by iLloyd and F. Kenny. Joi, Mtillin nominated 05 C H Iverr and E J Sehl There nas iome misunderstanding SOUTH TOWNS this step has (Contmued on Grier by Acclamation Macleod Mt? Dec j Grier bo Macleod s nestl and for election to the Separate regarding the me tings to be held this ffi He nominatca toi the school board is the net result of iteek The first meeting will he held C08ltloll morning, and no opposi- ng in tomonow Tueidav night at Oal fion developed so he gets the chair biaith school and the fireworks, bj T H Stedman is be set off promptli at eight o tlle mayor AH the caiilidates will be present rhsre wn] De comebts for council anil school board matters mil be aml gci10ol board the following Good Fellows: Here's Your Mr. Santa Cfoiis' Stock in Lethbridge Ihe elections take place next Mon and the Separ-vte school will record iti first ejection since the la Connecticut Richmond Pearion Hob fcon of Alabama Henrv M Goldfogle New York Oharles, A Korblv of In diaua Robert E Lse of Pennsylvania Neeley of Kansas frank 1 OHair of Illinois who nil! vield back the seat he took flora former Speaker 7os (J Tohn T Mitched of Massachusetts a member ot the Ways (Continued on Page 2) e'er existed e'er Mlstefl Jovlant to Meet A meeting of the Jovian league mil he beld in the car barns at S b clock this evening to which all electricians m the city are invited Settlers Are in Urgent Need of Belief-Women's Civic Clii6 is You Help? Theic the attention of tho omen s civil club the fact ,that there. Is an 'urgent need among. many homesteaders througnout south, for winter clothing ind this progres she organization has taken upon it self the responsibility for supplying the need The cause, as eieryone must know, is a most worthvotfe The men'be hind the plow, the -pioneers, who came to Southern- Alhqrla when it was noth: ing more than raK nraine have put up a ffght, in many cases against helming odds Last season they bar almost nothing a fact also is aiquainted Theseimen are the backbone of the country They engaged in a call- ing which must he rMognlJed as tho npor rtscfa are not on irti on the 1'UBLIC SCHOOL Separate school auditorium i Lowering nominated Kcdnesdai FrWlu mghts Is B Good ami H A McKillop U B Daiidson nominated by M oung ind B Stafiord E W Ailord -o nnated by R Bnigniuu anil J M Kltchie H Peebles nominated by It Barrowman and Win. Bennett the 1 other public school meeting be held t Gilnwire Wil V Ilayr nominated J and S.. Jackson. John by liamsci ann A L Johnston E Oxland nominated by Oco and H B Hojt J P J M and tt itc II A McKillop nominated by A M brace and A K Dunlop ,'i ,on fhursda} at 4nr candidate wishing to must do so within 48 from noon tqtla} otherwise his name will appear on the ballot. Hasiett T Leathei R T McNicol Separate School trustees were el- the Central ected acclamation' as follows T H Stedman M L Jordan J Rjan INGERSOLM.D. FOUND DEAD BY ROADSIDE Dec past vear every element has seemed to combine against them? and ulthoujh the> see success Ahead, their resotirc es have been and thej have just claims on more fortunate The deserving once are the last to mahe their wants known, but the Wo mens Civic club had numerous cases in ami they neefl assistance at once When giviifg, II la well that the ones at home bo kept i" mind, and now is the time to be Arrangements are being mado to use the Kirkham Brothers' store, on, Third avenue as an amemblinit tere and anv ildilaHoiili bj'left there Mrs Johrt Crali' of the Women e Civic; ptieiie 678, frm give detniloA hfonoation as 'to just what It body of Irigersoll, tho t a Slee- Thc discovers was Jhrj out notified Dr Orion, ,he IV retiring trustess and had Tied his intention of ___vv reconsidered hfc decision M hM ing' home been prevailed upon to stand for drove election bv a number of body ers who thought that his two ysirs evident that th" man had been dead of experience would lie of much hut a s-hott time in view ot the great need tor c-ou. i V postihortcn has been held hut the cause ot death is rot jet Acelamations -atj Pincher Pinchsc Cieek Dec win'havc no maypralty contest-this O. Allison ing been elevated to that position to daj bv acclamation In fact all the elections -go bv -icclamntion the fol lowing being unopposed For Council T. Cumberland, C; Pelletler tor .two-years.innd T.-Lebel.for one year. For Public School trustees A i'Williamsoirraid J "s Kettles i For SeparUe School tmstees M Ctuerette and Alt Pelletler I t Son Alta De6 day resulted HI acclamation for F w Karren Er hv two fatniers who wcredm t BeByon being ajor a ppciihar led upon to stand tor te-nvho drove out and examined the w nd placed I B Rirle and a number of the t atepty- 1 body still warm anil it was A Rlrle ,n nomlnatloni omy, The Separate school oil it include the names of all Uirec ri-tlt-j ing trustees, F Kenny Wra Lloyd and Lenis Moore The follow ing noro- with the movers and crs are as follows i SCHOONER Point Judith, RI ADRIFT Dec An un 'identified schooner which had Bought ,Bd iHefteV in the harbor of refuge here J English ncnfiliitcil by >f Inn torniidflft by the gslo today and w fte bKosXwater on 109 of by m I.loi (i nominated Long and '1 H Kcv in Thos tie crew cllmb- I Ml (or though one mav re tire Parkinson Noel Pors the and Gd Hodges were ciected tion to the school board At Bow Island How Alta Dec will, be .contests in both the council EVERY DOL.L.AR 4MBANS A HAPPY CHJLD' It is difficult to keep moncv In the [need of such a Fund Is greater thin: ever before in nur history. homes will go without some Chnstmai cheer unleta the charitably disposed .of the city come forward and contn- pockets these daytj whin to many ap- peals are beinj who is generous to the iPatriotle 9nd other funds is dosVned to IftJI than the man li nfenftmg on to every cent, and wHnjt te asilst his fellow men Vie nkvt giving to Patriotic nurpoMS will -on tlnue >o which look after the men who nav M well thjutounded anu suf butii their mite to fund of this kind During tht period between now and Christmas Ev. tht Herald will contributions 5 FunJ. the ouUet we would lay thit portion of fund will b. the hands ef th. Nursin. to front, for distribution, r1- ferine the battltfltjd. Many pto th. Red and school board elections this iear, ;