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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 10, 1914, Lethbridge, Alberta u Ji 1 Julv 123, WEAJl HER High Low.................... -23 F-'precast: Fair, riGlnrj temperature VOLUME LETHBKFDGE, ALBERTA, '.THURSDAY, DECEMBER 10, 1014 NUMBER AifflllRAI STIIRDFF Dr. tiebneicht Declares War Was Forced by German Militarists Amsterdam, _via London, Deo, .Karl the So- cialist member of the Reichntag, who was the to vote ag- ainst "In the. war credit in the re- cent session, explains his .action in arii'artlcle just published in Berlin; He says: "This war was not desired by any of the peoples affected, nor was It promote the wei- fare of the Germans, or any other people. It was created by the common action of the German and Austrian .war parties in the ob- ocurity of semi-absolutism and se- cret diplomacy in order to antici- pate their adversaries. "At-the same time the war is a. Napoleonic attempt .to unnsrve and icrush the growing labor movement." FLEMMING QUITS St John >N B Dfec nnco with tlie announcements nia last week the resignation of Hon J K. Flemming, as premier of New. Brunswick, .has placed in the hands of Hon. .Tosiah Wood, the Lieu- tenant-Governor, who promptly ac- cepted it. The Lieu tenant-Governor then called upon Hon. George J. Clarke, attorney-general and acting premiei to form a new government It is understood Jlr. Clarke accepted. He lias not-yet submitted, to the Gover- nor list of :Iiis :Cabinet, but It is expected that the same members "will be with tho exception of. Mr. Flemming and the addition of J. B. M. K.G., recorder of the city of St. -Tohn, BRITAIN GAINS -I- -i- NAVAL VICTORY WAS A THRILLER; INDIAN TROOPS TAKE TURK ARMY London, Dec. official bureau annouwcel tins after noon that the GcrmairmiJHcr Numbers, one oi the warships whuli from the English in the batitlc of 'December 8th. hart been sunk. German Cruiser Sunk Yesterday What For? it is reported here aifio that the German auxiliary crufaer Prinz Eitel is crulslnn in the South Atlantic, and c The last: word regarding the naval engagement- wae that the British aftir ;sinkin.i. the German Montevideo, Dec. rc: ports received here Indicate thatLthe German cruisers Dresden and Nurn- thc engagement has on" board' ScharhHorst, Gneiaenau and 'Soldiers. i Leipzig, with, ths loss of nearly 2000 men was pursuing' the leeing Dres- 'den anJ Nurnberg, the other two ves- sels present wneitjtb; action opened. The -BriiiGh ''public is waiting anx- iously for new? outcome of the chase. an English fleet on December 8; in which the Scharnhorst, the- 'pneis- enau and the Leipzig were sunk, close- ly pursued by British warships, are fleeing in the direction of Port Santa Cruse, on the Argentine coast, north of the Atlantic .entrance to ,the AWAITING END OF CHASE London, Dec. 10, British naval victory in the South At- lantic is boing dlscuised in England Straits of Magellan, and west of the today almost to the exclusion of all Falkland Islands; I other phases of the war news. (Continued'-1, on Page i General Attack Develop- ing All Along Battle Line of 250 Miles Above is a picture oi the vlerman cr.iiser Gneisenau, Vice Admiral Sturdye'R fleet near the Falkland Island: c DEADLY LEVEL CLAIMS TWO CROSSING VICTIMS Last Regular Meeting of Scjio'pl Board-If Taxes Paid-Schools to Goorj ,7 SUPERVISOR'S REPORT Vaiileek Hill, Out., Dec. Mr. and Mrs. Moses Cameron and Mrs. H. Dupuis, who lived, meiir this town, were killed yesterday when their carriage was struck by a Grand Trunk train. 'The horse balked at a crossing. Tho horse 'was killed. 4 LOCAL MINERS GIVE TO THE BIG FUND i WANTS FOR WIFE.'S AFFECTIONS Generous Donation Warms Hearls of the Workers- Total is Big Tim llI last regular meeting D I e clmol Boiul wu, hold i- t rinht in the M i lual Training school Business ot a routine natmo occupied the attention oi; tho members tail a fmil wind up nieetint of i Bpccn! na I lure will he held it the end of the month ami year. Mr Hamilton submitted )na repoit est in scjiobl matters at this time it is published in lull Heie-vith I beg to hand vou at tendance reports fat tho month of No i ember flip enrollment is 1600 ag amst Iil7 tor last November The percentage ior ill schools is 00 0 The High Cential and Fleetnood schools at Westminster schools wins the at tendiice banner with JS1' per cent Other public school clisses haMng over OS ner cent aie All Stewarts Jliss Sliarmaii'. 'Miss licit and Mr Brandow Pcop e- t Arranging Right-of-jWay WILL GO INTO CARDSTON Glotesays: cm Dominion Railway, .was in town( tor the right of way across the Cochrane Ranch and a1 so to clear up the in regard to the railway not coiling l through Cardston. Matters were ad justfed to the satisfaction of all ir- Members pf tbe campaign commit- tee in charge of the canvass Ked Cross aifd Patriotic funds smiled a smile satisfaction today ivhen the snb committee ahnouuced, that the result oE the canvass .of trie tmp oyees, cff No- 3- anil No. 6 mines Q[ the GdU Collieries had contributed the inagmflcentanm of to tbe cause The is delighted, not or v at tV totil of fbe subscrip- tion but also becaufae of t? e loyalty diBplavcd bt the men i Ulf> forcis" iirtli In even way the olie to be proud ofWltirthls (Lonntion total is in-the neighbor- of one- dollar foi ery man. woman and child in the city total has been surpassed Fredcijcton, N.B., Dec. A writ issued in the Supreme Court in an action for alienation' bi 'his wife's affec- tions, which' Fred C; fjCiue, a wcll-hngwii commercial travel- ler, has instituted against Dr. C. A.-Baddy, one of St. John's prominent physicians. Twenty thousand dollars damages are claimed by the plaintiff. Fiom Tins District -The Cattle Do Germans Do Shiptnen's Are APso Very Heavy OFFICERS U.M.W. of A. Results'to Date Intkaie Ihis Will bs Final Result LARSEN BOARD MEMBER FRENCH OFFICIAL Paris, Dec. day oi Decem- ber 9 passed quie.tlv in'Belgium as well as in the vicinity of' Arras, ac- cording to the official statement giv- en out at the war office this after- noon, the text follows: The day of December 9, passed quietly in Belgium as well as in the of Arras the enen'n made no attempt at a offensive operations. 'Further, to the south in the re- gion of Le Qucsnoy and around Andechy we made advances varying from two hundred to six hundred yr.nls. Our gains maintained and consolidated, 'in the region of the Aisne, and in the Champagne-district there has been no change. The German artil- lery over which we gained the ad-} Mote tomp-etc result, obtained this immune, In telephom. tiom rerme j v [S ataln lnabtered liv OUL indicate that L has been In the ejiMions of rr-clect il to IK presiSencj oi His Il-m s the beivj iumcli piepis- coni lnet IS MI the V M tt ot V Pe'le' U" ennans It encuate sev tntt 18 oi me L ui i v tins evaluation v ai> Graham 01 Oc -nan MCO president uamea ollt lmuCt tho of our m- and A J Carfr at ferine seer" trtasurei 1 Le not be made bv the daj h so the 1 de ni eh I now n I in the Lcthbriclgc. camps, Will tellers tor niajontj is not large region o( Perllies tlie.tne- im M meahs ot two counter atwt s cnt a oral to recapture the entrench mtnts vhic'i he lost to us Dec 8 He; was repulsed. The ground tak'cn Tomato Opt Dec a state- Cars on order for this week's ship- ments of livestock-arc as follows Caldston 18 cattle to peg; Midnacore, 17 cars of cattle to 0 cars cati e to Seattle; 3 .cars cattle to Seattle toi 14 cars cattle to Cal mry Cartiston 1'cars cattle to "vim nipes; Welling, file floubledeck cars of sheep to Calgary and miscellane 1 hillips lei here In about oO ma J-; of the ground won froiiu :he heights of the there I eh'irin Ler' The this in spite of, th great ac atout ti itj tt the batteries of the encms thrw nmoritro'v re "Drools ior In In the forest of Lepetro we have tfrnalioiial Hoard Menib r while taken some new trenches John Larsn leads with a ma.ontv 'There .is .nothing new tc. report on The first round Dec 1j_ at 8 the Provincial uther Cen Each school the coming lcred in thjs cpntest, prepares two" teams, one for the affirmative side i lie savs I insoecte-i the Can Tn this connection it ib onlv ]ust adian forces jnd T look forward vnth that I sliould call to our attention the great pleasure to the dav uhen thr increased number Separata school contingent Ironl Canada ill jo n the children in the upper grades at tbe ami) undei mv command as I feel othci schools As their narents evi SCh00i ,jehntes for the Kutlwr Elite that tlteir iertices be in dontlj appreciate the service ive cup will tifto piace valuable Canada in sending these suing no doubt will i ie willing tral sciiooi auditorium troops has, as I felt sure she woald to contribute their1 tales to the sup given Hie strongest anil most tanyWe port of oui foi proof ot the unity ot thi Empire jeir Vdnura! Sir John Jellicoe is, sure School Concert the Canadian contingent will he Mi Cimeron is preparing a_ school of the great traditions es- concert at Ga.braith for De tabhshed by Canadian soldiers in the cember _1 tmkit past and that their deeds- will adii Vocatiowi Mdc compobed of Klrror Feir and M Smith who lustre to the illustrious trip j >on wl'l to ,act ttood lo Mcdltinl, Hd, will him prenOnt and of our irim on the continent uphold the nega Here's Chance To the other upholding the negatuc and Independenc- Mo Dec. the two'schools drawn together Smith, president of tht re-organlied ilnnge tfams In this case Leth rid'c Church of-Latter Day Saints, died in 1" scluH s-mlb its affirmative hit home today At his u A K rennanf a Scottis 1 of Gle chen imbued that M cd 3p ranllis from parents asking PRINCE OF WALES NOW A LIEUTENANT London, Dec. Prhce of Wales, second ilieutenant in Guards, has bee' promoted to a full lieutenancy ft Tills announcement is made in the army promotions issued, tonight. P-e Vocational Hlror to ln I lack Wood to tonn letter in regard to l pre Dunham and Mis Kith other-member..6f hu family. Hocational class for o der pjils n w the VII anfl VHf I have ie Harr} jreem.nand Uosf, Fltzsiminons ot Medicine Hat The subject of the is Re solved that the Consolidated Rural School is preierable to tin- small Rural. School." A close contest Hs owing to the iact that Me our to comniete the of the class (Continued on Page 2) City Pay Day- Todaj December 10 is pay day lor s> I.O.E.D.. AID TO THE.. IN NEED O The-, Daughters of the Em piro have u ua ed oy to tup fund to ruichasc etc to the debate an for the set er il true spirit of which has already caused .scores to leave lieir 'comfortable -homes in all part; ot tbe Dominions to go ind battle witj B itails trcopa at the rlo it is enle-uorms to raise a cjchr-g corps IT. westein to be attached o the Sixth cusseiv Rc0imeiit Six y men ere jl eid seieial rtllt1" it gi j to loin. Mr whiU. v> er located it turarer nnmhci I mines ot thi alt tomiin' were lohn Applcton Ralph Chalmers of Kipp Fernie Results if ran U C Dec Tie t cast b% members of Gladstone 1 1 ion on ttieEdav as este oi> t, mil Coa idvinct thci in" am, the announced f last I Illll I or District IS hips 'bi I Price 114 Teannl who is ai gets nntlicrity for j.. coips !iom Vic" R be Onham 10 Doiald 'IcNahb i Jec iieasure" A J Ci rter 14 J Prcol-i 1" Ii termtioi il I'oird 'Me i be' D Rees B progrim ot miKic lias been prepared ill munlcipil employei on monthly anil 1) is made welcome nalaliefa and foi Daid inonthh The wiclie iennihs .y o 0; 01 the delner) wagons will kluouu j VnJ donations ol moSey tot boots) etc, mav he at Mrs Craig's home 034 8th. hdip? clearing to a'isist will llcisc phone president ol pne 01 these societies Sjeeiil been lanted and it Is SpeW that special cars will bo' nroviaed bv the C'P R I Mr Tehnant writes the Herald that in ctii.oaion ol niiMnternn! mniaw.iie, with snen hunarefllhe bo glad tb ghe full informa just as she was leaving to take her place on the North Sea firing line tion on application. e captain uitirj this oi J nglani' who wi the man Pleiad tlii. laic l cil Khwe to take pfsnesbinn of PI cdesn lie es a othns mips or 'lie bi th b iss has tailed on V Tenmni nnl C! Al bllik ot ptE nLlp hecruts rausfTie TMlliug to j jt en own to "n on men Alo e tri njrt'i 11 s and iio tin evritfatt ilu ern delegate to No 1 M T. TJlhill. 40l n !-e ott S Ii M. D-mci'i Hubert Oal-e'; "1 Return froii eexpr-1! o'lisiue m urdpl stal ifcd rot be pied nl al( "et nrc ,n iltiruei to the North Sea and Inie not made am mark- ...panct tlici ha been ab'e ac cordint to official announcement to ortinizi mil coiiboliclat" the posi lions wrn in tne last fciv This naturalH has not been done without oipos-itlon from the Oeiinans claim to Ime mllietcii 1 "tin looses on HIP I rcnch particulalh in the ind rottb of HUM IOJM 11KPN f landers at piesent is considered Eairh safe from German attacVs winch while do not materialize it is believed here will be directei more to the French centre The Kjib iians have at last admitted the cupation QI Lodz b> the Gctmans in the official Scsue-l toJav say thai evacuited the c ti fittun hours, reiorc the German o cupation and tnat they changed thsir without the lobs of a ..ingle man. VON MEYER KILLED, BY ARROW SHOT BY AVIATOR iVtll Co-lie NeW Dcgrte Berne London Dec 10 The i red Ro i" CP 01 thr- b n F B piess reports tit fleilb of b i tir iru iici loft T 101 1 General ton Mrver ai the wilt ot Coi' n PC i he c Mln lilp arrow shot bj a hostile avntor fc It t, P of btlgarv Jte Iwln'.e the general M.M liding in J r fe- a i f t motor _ 'ircm fieult in t'i uaiH {are waited men who hale not nl cadi duelled find ho nib1! to awaj at ome aie. to com i mi ccte uilr- Captaii J3 Tcnnai a of Eiuoitflelii f T 'A 1 mhtrf avenue Calguiv Jt is Ino tof f lenmnt to on tha Ha line steamer Grampian, on D j .camber 25 r "i Herald's Santa Claus Fund J Vfi llo there 13 r muJ'iHtlly o! Ap es. s to t ie pennl of ermg a t eveH form o! those on of naif ui uic people who will go without Clinst o! l.ind i vii tir oi ivuiu i v-o -u- of serioui thensht. and belnlf of 'Cross funds, ma: to conis itna opportunihr fir such Jwanl ivlth theiV offering, Herald Christ-, at ?20 stad W at pircMse conslaerable t wont gi Just fificpji loodfellows "Mi i M Clirlsthiaj, ;