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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 8, 1916, Lethbridge, Alberta .B. ALBEHTAFRIDAY, DECEMBER 8.J910_ Nl'MUKK 30S ALLIES 8000 Are Taken Prisoners on tht Front at Bucharest, Says Gtrn-.sr, Oi'iice GERMANS REPULSED ON MACEDONIA FRONT Berlin, via Sayvillc, Dec. The surrender of a force of 8000 Rumanians is announced by the war office in the officinl stale- -ment issued Iliis evening. Rumania Silent London, Dec. Ruma- nian government alill withholds announcements regarding the latesl events. The only news available respecting the Ruma- nian situation conies from Ru- mania's enemies. Huns Repulsed Paris, Dec. fighting is in progress-on the Macedo- nian front. Three successive counter-aHacks-tm the Serbians have been made by the German and Bulgarian troops in the re- gion of Stravina. The war of- fice announces the attacks were i' repulsed. Trench Recaptured Dec. Germans lnsl night were driven out of the trench which they had captured on the Verdun'frqnt. Of Toronto, who has been appointed i judge of the High Court of Ontario. rGREECE-BPxITISH Apathy Over' Municipal Elec- tions This Year Worse Than Ever Before COMMISSIONER SHOULD GIVE ALL. HIS TIME Goodfellows, Attention! Though there is much promierlty evident everywhere in Lothbri. and the srrrounding country, It is nevertheless the case that in this there are at least twenty-five homes whore Christmas cheer will be unknown unless big hearts contribute fund for the purpose. It has been the custom for the Herald at each Christmas lo Less than 15 per cent, of tlie thresli- ng in Southern Alberta remains to ue done, and with reasonably good weather between now and Christmas, operations-will bo completed, and tho country, left-in nmch bettor snaps over winter than was tlie case last year. The above figure was supplied the Herald by Supt. Cotterell of the C. P. t who has made a very careful sur- of the situation this week.. The the largest percentage of, UL 1 grain lies along the Card- was the first speaker and aton line, but there a great many, rigs re at work and there will not be much i left the stook over winter ten days' more good wea- ther to work on: I Grain- shipments during the past two weeks have been very heavy. Many points are over the half million mark and the total for-the district is within a fraction of the shipments for The election campaign, so far as public meetings are concerned, ended last night with another tame meeting in Central School which was address- ed by the three candidates. Bx-Ald. Hamilton made his first appearance oE the campaign and created a good impression. The enthusiasm at no time during the meeting reached the fever heat stage. In fact it was a very staid and sober gathering which didn't recall in any degree the rousing campaign of 1913 when the commis. sioners were first elected. Evidently tho ratepayers are quite satisfied to settle the issues without any of the familiar brand of campaign fire- works. -Bob Nimmons characterized the campaign to date as "the most ridiculous he had ever witnessed, and 99 out of one hundred people present agreed with him. Two meetings have been held so far and no new issue has obtruded itself on the horizon. If any of the candidates mention any new work which might he done, they say they will do it if the people vote the money. They all tacitly admit that the people are bosses of the job Commissioner Grace S .1, Shepherd acted as chairman the meeting. Commissioner Grace was the first speaker and reiterated i his claims of having conducted his department the most economical manner consistent with efficiency. A BLOCKADE OF GREECEOPEN -Vthens Dec. blockade of Greece began otlicially 8 "'ClOCkFridTuNrWANT TO HELP GREECE London, Dec. 8.-A dispatch from Switzerland says Get- many and Austria have offeree! their service's lo Greece in opemnf hind communications if Greece dedares war on the entente. CQNSTANTINE VERY ILL Dec health of King Conslunlinc is agan causing anxiety, according to news from German sources. old wound in the King's side bothers biui. His comh.t.ou is SDK to be very weak Irowds Wait Outside War Office for Results of Prolonged Leaders Hold Big Gathering to Dis- cuss Support of Mr. Lloyd-George Con- BALFOUR MAY BE FOREIGN SECRETARY, IS PREDICTION THAT IS NOW MADE gradual saving is being made every vear in each sub-department, and he did not think any other man in the position could make any better show- ing He declaied that In spite o savings which had been made, a tax rate of 3 mills ib too high, and fur- rae o ther economies will have to be made in the next three years Next June the depaitment of pulille works will have to deal with the mat ot tho retention money ter held from tors over the "y'acounectioh If ginger is lacking- in the munici- pal campaign, there is a .possibility of some excitement after the elections are over1 Some of the criticism of tie city's administration mado-by the candidates at last -night's meeting in Central school got under the skimot Hardie, and he promised the Sensation Sprung in Moose Still I In The Lead Moose Jaw, Dec. were three changes .noted in the standing of the candidates in. the Moose Jaw county bye-election this morning, the result of which increases Chisholm s lead -to forty. The "sensa- tion" sprung by the Chisholm com- mittee Thursday afternoon, in regard to'certain ballot lioxes having been, in the office of'Candidate -mid that the clerk in the office, of; Sheriff lluthef ford. directed that the box offered at the sheriff's office for tho custmly.of the sheriff to be taken to the office ot Mr. Shephard, is the talk of the city.. Rutherford this mor-i hin? stated that lie .had not nor had aiiv clerk in bis office given any in-j str'uctions :in regard to any ballot, boxes The aGOURfition that the bal- lot boxes which were in Sliephard's lotfice had been tampered with is be- ins left by the.public to the result the official count on Tuesday next, which should, establish the truth of such allegations. Washington, Dec. information to the state depart- ment establishes that the British ship Marina, sunk by submarine with the loss of six United States citizens, was in no sense a entitled to the immunities of. peaceful mer- chantmen. Germany has announc- ed her willingness to offe.r am- ends for destruction in such case. v KILLED IN ACTION neld irom the' paving contractors. There will be a, fight with the contrac paying for repairs to the initiation plant, "Mr" Grace claimed that a man should be in charge who has had ex- perience with that sort of work, and 'I he had been in charge.of theconstiuc- Ition of filtration systems lor both Denver and Greely, Colorado. I In connection with the campaign to beautify the cemeten, ne had found that there is about S1700 unexpended in the cometeiy fund, which would be available as taxes are paid in, and the best use must be made ot this money Mr. Mitchell has already started the work of beautification and will do what he can with the money available in the spring Mr. Oliver Speaks J Russell Oliver declared that the old election cry of economy with ef- Mayor naruic,