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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 8, 1914, Lethbridge, Alberta WINNIPEG WHEA1 '.Cash :May option 'July option friJESDAY, DECEMBER 8. I NUMBER 304 December 15 Last Day for i Cheap Riae-Work Tickets 6 for 25 Is Ireland Doing Her Duly? Ask John Redmond London, a. demon.straiiun ai. Aum, 'laruf, Uoiiii K. leader of ihe Irish Nationalists, rcplieil to the statement Hint, Ireland was 'mil 'do- ing her duty in (he present crisis, lie ollit-'iiil statistics showing that the fact that emigration' drawn from Ireland the llmver "of her population (here were serving with UiG military forces of the" crown uit j Nov.. Irishuieii Vho had tjcfii in the army before the be- gan, or who liail joined ay reservists or Lccruils. IF to that were added j THREE MONTHS' TRIAL DECIDED Comniibsionci H id s rccommeuda- itionb on till, opeiation tit the street, raihvav. were adon.ted in toto by llic council thib moimnb Hub means thit the itLaiBhl live c-iit fare will be eluded alter De- cember, 15th md tml the present vorkfngincn's tickets at eight for cents will .lie substituted by the blue 'tickets, six lor 35 cents, to used from (i'to 8 a.m., 12 noon to p.m., and j p in to i P m tbe ntaighl five cent tare tc. be charged at all otlur The following; arc the resolutions pass d lhat 111 lieid'b rccom- inen Utinn ic bUcit mlwax 'ic adopt- ed in ils entirety for three months, effective December liith That lire and police departments 111. notilied that tie- udeb on the. strict be di continued after December 15th mid ii their cm- ployecs Tcquire to ride on duty tiny must do so hy ticket which the lire tind -police departments will havu to pur base Uuldrui s titlcts 10 for 2a cents he continued jb at prcs-'nt. two; SONS OF BONAR AND LLOYD GEORGE AT T 'tcn.s of thousands Irish recruits who wen: joining the colors in Great Hri- tain or were now in the .ranks of the Canadian, Australian or New Zea- land contingents, said, it was safe to say from to Irish- men were with the colors. Affair Took 'Pices' at Concert- Fistic Encounter First, Knife Flashed SKIPPED TOWARD U.S., JUSTICE IN PURSUIT Uardston, Alto., Dec. Cor the lovu oC a girl was, the cause oi" a L.. serious stabbing affray last evening L: at Kimball, which .is a small village children Td'traTel cent j situated about ten miles to the south- cast of Cardston. The incident took fare, but. not on one ticket. The limits'are 5: ta H, under five to ndt f ee In jUteidiv t> icport of the discus MOD 011 tlifi street it btitsd in en or tint Jt more pas- he requited under the place at the small: opera house there, a't which place the Oardston Opera Co, wan presenting Merry Milk- msids." "At the-'close'of the first act a commotion, was heard outside, Germans Must Follow Up Advance There to Relieve Pressure LITTLE DOING ON WESTERN FRONT Optional Vaccination, Free Text Books and Economy are the Features PEEBLES AND ALFORD COUNCIL CANDIDATES One school hoard platform has been constructed, and tlie labor men ,are the first to make their planks known. The following letter Mas, rtccucd this morning irorii the Trades -and Labor Council, which' hab Ho candidates, Win. II. Peebles and ft Alford, in ;iie field. "To the Flccf.br.s- reerjiitmg was started in England for Kitchener's increased army "Ladies and Gfcutlcmen.-Thc time mam jirom lert jiuug men have given their services to the election ol UIIQII-tbe earlier 01 c to enlist were Ilie sons, of Mr. Bonar La who are bh ahove. having arrived.far the Dec. S. While I the Allied armies in the west grope Some at their ror.vunr cautiously, grappl- D JIT AT ing with the Germans here and there ronto rrotessors not for sugln advantages, uis great utilis- ed tO Go 10 U S. Isle'in Poland the fJer- 60 CO U. ,jmo EBparentIy. J scoring the most points. PFTFWAWA TAMP i Russia, has not yet fully conceded' rtltWrtVVtt LrtiVli occupaUon of Lodz, but in viex.of RF1NP MAPlF RFADY the repeated German claims and the DilHNU mnUL i Russi.dn of the re-formation _____---- of (he battle '.'mo there, it would seem- _ :that the German centre has achieved Ottawa, Out., Dec. Seisral. Ger- lor a. time mans wiio have been quartered in tins jmiied as a decisive Russian vie-. city and were suspected ot betas spies by the Dominion police, have broken f L d if maeed a'c-' 35Ca icompLS will threaten the Russian! Toronto cssr capital. Details of- the battle are still, ladling, however, and it remains IO.OQ.- seen whether the Gevrasns -will be able n ill be sold under' the pres- ent schedule until -the 15th. Ontario Oil Man Dies in Austria; Had Well There London, Ont., Dec. was J-occivdd'here yesterday of. the death nt Vienna. of Wm. H. Jlflc- Carvey, formerly of.this cjty, :ind thp first reere of Petrolia. deceased, who was born at.Huntington, Que., in 1.843, had extensive.' oil holdings in Galicia, som'c of his uroperty .being in the vicinity of Cracow, and-he had Mecovated by Kmperor Francis Joseph' of Austria for distinguished service, in introducing oil drifting methods into the monarchy. He had also been railed, upon for advice by the British Admiralty when the naval board- had nnder-eonsldarstion Ihe in- troduction of oil for fuel for the navy and'well known in that district. An imositj had existed foi some time be tweeii the two, the latter had supplanted tbe folmei in tbe affec- tions of his sweetheart Franks had threatened to kill "his rival and ap- parently had come .to. .the opera .-to seek him out witir'that end-in vie'w. Evidently the good .old- English .metb- of of settling the' dispute was hot speedy enough, two men were matched, so drawing his knife, a huge cattle jack knife Frank- succeeded In stabbing his opponent1 in the back beneath' the blade. Thereupon he 'quickly seized his horse and rode with all speed for tbe United States, boundary a few miles awa> McDonald was taken in.hand, by friends who examined tlie wound, .1 nasty cut some two inches in length, and so deep that it :was thought at first to have pierced Ills lungs, and i. Steamer Laden With Gasoline Burns; 44 Lost Bar row, England, via London, Die. ,8, 11.55- British' steamer Vedra, Arthur, Texas, with a cargo of gasoline, vverit ashore near here this morn. ing in a heavy .gale. The cargo ignited, and of; the crew of 46 meri.on board, only two were sav- ed and they wer'c severely burn ed three "trustees.', fpr, the electoral dis trict the members of. the Trades and Labor Council, rep- resenting large proportion oi the parents of children attending the pub- lic schools, ha'e dccii ed to candidates in the field to ub Having this, step and ow- ing to the utal isbuet> it sta e -we appeal to jou for >lour suprdrt Not having auTomobileb or jrely on jour hearty co orerition and hope you mil take the street cars or even if necessary, walk -to -the polls. 'Our given b-lovi and the proposal of Y'resident Falconer of reason arroj., UnlverBitT Of Toronto, to transfer eir country to United w and Lloyd gtotes Tile'Toronto po- be a breach of the military act, which i s rat mn UP iO Tbat the petition irom the Board atny, in all -departments _ r------ ot rc sslarv reductions be re whoiuer the) mai think best tllir. A we-honestly believe planlc ul lv reduction can be mai'e Ordmanlj the in it is for the ureatest -good for Delved acknowledged and filed Remuneration naid. now to the com the greatest number Our candidates) I This motion passed at the adjourn amr emplojic would Wm H Peebles and W Word alre j ed meeting of the council this morn ,nof ,f both men whom jou ail know and iag teniporanlj dispo eb of tbe horn we coniidently lecoTimeud as Board of Trades petiion 1 tF'Wt zed hi the school medical inspector together uitli the signatones and all 1. Vaccination to be optional lexplanator; mutter 3. Workine toward the o t miiiE.ot! Wilh relcrence to niy free text boots and supplies to letter oi No- n- -to you a -i r" from which bloed flowed freelj To f'j satement m dav be is momentarily expected arrive at the hogiiita! here, Justice of the Peace Dunn of Kim- ball set out in pursuit of the knife user, but as yet rio news has come to hand regarding; him. The affair dampened the enthusiasm of both actors and audi ence for some :but 'with ,the merry choruses of: "The memory of the affair tvas soon dis persed. J and beconded bv "Mayor D L Ilardic and passed it the Board of Trade general meeting 11 urbdaj 12 1911 and refirring al vcinVr Ifth to the eltect that the ind commissioneis- wished to consult the ritepa) ers is to the expenditure incurred M the manual training school 3 All board meetings to be open to the public. fa Donation 01 all the products of the dororstic science classes loth da> Mf. 100 1'ank Hud night, to necessitous s-liool chtl-j ol then bnlaries it is thought dltn I JJ .tions shall he advertised, f, scliool supplies to ba tende Xmas Holiday Truce the Aim of Pope Benedict Rome Dgc Benedict ia en deavoring to -effect between the belligerents during itfae holidays Herald's Santa Claud Fund V nuiet ninmr the roundb lo little hoiibe day that Santi Claire had .iccidcd and span earn ween linlos tc ictd four liungrv mouthb the Conn the ed lor 1 not advocate the dibmisb al oi anyone Mho is found to be all- cd petitions rcail He flu un cj ratepayers of the City oi ptl no i tiif city them to econ; neces-san bul if it is- found commissioneib urging them to ecom ipon invAigatlon' that certain oft omue ht redunng Sahneb_aml_ore.. [1 the rqbolutiou Liidorbiiib civic econ .oniy passad at the last general meet- ing" .of-sthE: Lethhridge Board oi 1 iade Downer. I. llekerizie. Co.; B. B. McCarty, D- S. Williamson, T. .H. .llcCrcady, P Dun s- Co I 1 Hill i Co No th Hp t JohbmD Coinmibsiui Co.. Bawden Iligintoth- im tV. fn J C Risk P Gib hons d Olntr J Deert Plow Co Ilvde ifc Sauuders. bank Canada F Colpman Rilandb u, I o Lumber Co 1 statp of Henderson L II Uilson W Buclnnan I B Tut inn i. Co Ihbs Qiimn Metalb Lim lt.ed I liealU Co Gco: AV.- Green, Riverside Lumber Co Imperial Oil Co S J bhep i herd L n lop C 1 P Com I .on Page a further advance. _ This qualification. ia jac even n be from tne board pf govern Prusiian frontier ore to tlie proiincial government It Germans Deny is understood tint Premier Hearst is I Berlin Dec S (bv fn ol in receipt of strong couimunicii ficiai the general staff tions The Premlar stated dtu sk tapprt from 5ome that tge rrcnch ed concerning tH he has ?e ypres Belgium had captured a. that he not read? tft dls K corps of OeiJian aviators is cuss them nor would lie comment up- absolutely unfounded on the petitions beyond the Drlef as Denial is also made of the London mnnce none of reached rep0rt that aviators belonging to ine nc as vet allies had thrtfwn bombb on tte Krupp lactorv at Essen The Russian statement coutamed official report of November .8 statins that the German attack near Czenatochowa had failed with heavy losses, is declared to be -untrue. AEROS CHASED KAISER London. Dec. A dispatch from Copenl agen states that the Kaiser r. return to Berlin from the eastern war zone has caused mtenun disappointment in the German capital for it was hoped he siould return onlv Resigns from Board Toronto Ont Deo Ld mund Osier has announced that h'e had lesigued from tho board of sov ernori. of Toionto University as a 1C suit of the! action in granting of absence with full pai to three Ger man professors 4. movement is on foot to Hold i uulyiic meeting m Mas se> hall to discuss the governors ac lion. New Ottawa Out Dae milUuj camp is being: whipped (he of Hi retain shape to quaiter hundred alien enemleb uill he kent there lor the duration oE de 11. Ronde went up to PatP last week to spner IDC the op era ionfa ind a small aim> ct irpett terb and other tradeslnen ft ill be -it chortl> preparing foi the a in ai of the Austrian's and.Germans to be rounded up there cials ace superfluous, we certainly will see that their services are dis petistd with. Ilespcctfully submitted for the 'good of Hie ratcpas ers "The Trades and Labor Council. Conservatives Nominate on 16 BARONS Ilalom, Dpc 8 Nonun itions for the second election to be hfld bv the Barons local Impnnemenl District were held here est, rdav aitcrroon t-ct 2 and 4 with the following resultb ion No. ,.I. Hunt (accl.) ceedmg 1 Councillors Jas. Brown, S. T J R 1 ckert for a two veor term md II M Shiw lot one terhl Councillors whose terms donat" have not L Jessup and To-da H Keen fachool trustecfa J II Cuitis J U Burnett T J Coopei Dec 8 Nornmtions in the Warner Rural JHunicipalilj weie held nine candidates nam said to have been caused by the un- easiness he felt regarding Russian aeroplanes. Whe ever the went the Russian airmen followed ntm in'a most obtrusive manner. Another Break for Coast Quest Duuxerke a lillage in West Handera, a little more than two nines west of Kieuporti''hau'been hombard- u b% tlK Of! maps Mcli announce ment m tbe latest official commumca ion issued by the French War Office would seem to indicate a renewal of the effcrts of the invading forces re- read! the Channel ports Allied Warships Busy there has been liemy firing along the Belsian coast from the ___ w arships of tne A les w Inch are ag- bombarding ihe Gorman positions Hie cunass onb for and possibly ma> be attemnting to the Rid Cross arid I'ntnotu, Fund checl the supposed advance in tbe is- btill isotoush pioscculed neighborhood of Vieuport the central commttter and some Aovirtce in Somme icr> pleas nj; amonn b an ipcordea rhe French also report advances by The committee is. delaung th' the Allies in the department of Somme closing of the taiiputn to and thc apture of the village one who desires tOjmelles between Betbune ann T n thi good caus-c b subscriptionb are Patriotic Fund Still Mounting Satisfactorily rl Mueller G. Simmons Rane S. Fairiield ,1. Chiswick T. hirie candidates te ng mm g: ed lor six beats Ike councillors be elected at large to tale i'.f place on Jlondiv Flu tc low nir names will go I Inofficial disnatches the Ger I mans e been obliged to uttHze S200 00 their light guns m place of the 84 00 artil ry oecause of the condition of 25.00 the -ground .owing to inundations. laO 00 Lodz Capture Important 12000 London, riec the eastern 60 00 arena tbe occupation of Lodz b> the 48 00 Germans is considered 68 fri in left of tin, manner in. 00 which tbe German lines onl> a short Ib 00 time ago were threatened by Jthe Rus 50 00 sians arfd an important step in their 2000 proposed movement against during the past montn around Lodz humid trip tns ind lit nrc people to poveitv and pri Carious centres throughout the soiitli Unpatented Homestead Holders Only Will Get Govt. Seed seed be extended to all larmen Mi suffered from the i'- I Wb0 werft without soed grain food for therdielves and stock, t. for Inter, and lael The o1' including this In walk IB I relief ti undtr atuUeritloav r ;