Internet Payments

Secure & Reliable

Your data is encrypted and secure with us.
Godaddyseal image
VeraSafe Security Seal

Lethbridge Herald Newspaper Archives

- Page 1

Join us for 7 days to view your results

Enter your details to get started

or Login

What will you discover?

  • 108,666,265 Obituaries
  • 86,129,063 Archives
  • Birth & Marriages
  • Arrests & legal notices
  • And so much more
Issue Date:
Pages Available: 10

Search All United States newspapers

Research your ancestors and family tree, historical events, famous people and so much more!

Browse U.S. Newspaper Archives

googlemap

Select the state you are looking for from the map or the list below

OCR Text

Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 11, 1914, Lethbridge, Alberta WINNIPEG WHEA ,WEA'iHER Low Forecast: Fair and cold VOLUME VIII. LETHBRIDGEi ALBERTA. FRIDAY, DECEMBER 11, NUMBER 1 Unofficial Rumor Accounts for Last Ger- man After the Prinz King's Message GERMAN SUBMARINES IN RAID Toitio. Japan, Dec.' H.-Accordlng to reliable information reaching lo- Itlo today, a squadron ot Japanese warships .is. seeking the German con- verted cruiser Prinz Bitel Frietlcrlch, oft tho coast of Chile: Dresden Cornered London, Dec. German cruiser, the Nurnberg, lias been sunk liy the British squadron under Com- mander Vicc-Admiral Sir FVederick Sturdee In the South. Atlantic, brink'- All MED School Board Candidates ed their Planks '.to South Siders Explaine ing the total of Gennan vessels de troyeti in tlic engagement of Decem- ber S up to four, pf'tho Dresden, the fifth cruiser composing the German sciuadron, nothing; definite lias been heard, although it in reported that the British warships succeeded in corner- ing her. Alleged German Raid London, Dec. lias been caused at Dover, 'by :ui alleged raid on, the Admiralty 'liar- bor by German submarines, Whether the submarines actually ware seen in the adjacent nut tho forts most import- ant hnrbor opened .lire, in .the: early hours of Thursday-'both on an unident- ified steamer at the entrance of the harbor, and believed -to be si submarine, -advance scout of the fleetx-ani) kept, uff'.'the bombardment for hulWii-liour. Britisli toroedo LbbacJlestroye.rs at once put to sea outside throughout the Berlin, via Dec. a statement issued ;-today, the Gorman Admiralty makes comment oh the Central'school platform fairly shone'British naval victory.in.the Splltll.At- last night with a brilliant array of laiilic off the Falkland Islands: holding In check the German forces able to buy-Seed grain for the.Wlfi ji pushing down toward croj} they receive aid from east Prussia. some outside parties. Servian Truik The recent announcement that the: would appeir tnat the Sen -government would extend aid onlv to lan letuement before the Austnans Q[ unpatented >fome some weeks was in leality a move flas manv farmirs with a sen seal and execute' the Hip uifei u.d sorrow that plete and its Deputation is well strady Allied Advance the German wai lUthor of'tne maintained hs the blmwmg made in I ParISi rjec enBase not departed this these Dommonwidc Co npetit'oni ments are reported ln_the resion or lie 3rd "of Slontieal was first with vrra and in the Vosges well as oi Ottav, a, m the v icinitj o' and on. the Inde lhne of lote1; m the school Ucc- In the region of Arras and in the The Bntish bittle ciuisers Lionapd Indefatigible repoited to be rart of Vice Umnal Fiedcripk qturdee s tons Tne the defendants Tohnson cud C. Anderson in the recent senratioaal cace Jiere decided to ap pe; me ts to so much that the sr 00' dnni Iwe control more than i few thousairi dollars thil it had cost iciuall) onlj vice lamnai vasrancj to whicl 8i3 to o eiatc the schools for 1911 Miuadion displicement, 2o 0 tons i ajBO tu lt o( tne issault ma1 ing a ret capiti cost figurine, in and 1ST 0 tons respectively Tne cjlarge The case will be heard here the hi h sch ol, oi onlj i Lion was built in 1910 is 680 feet on or about January 13 next Havr s fig long feet besrr and his i draft glit and of '0 "et The Lion carries eight 13 5 rrocanl 4e was father of arj Force, and II MoLeltaid In the region of Arras the mmor out litest ranorts are Iwt-ntj-fue oi the best men in the Mcmity of JuMneourt t tfatni Msis sSlelhortln.n's batterj Flam il viotnrv-' .HINDUS WOULD RAISE COMPANY toward several of Oft tit mvstery, briaa: there is no victory n- yet for yeai He repudiated Mr en on ilSSHS Kiai'c sciools The cost per capih of travel loner here he slid thin m 8 knots an hour. MR 1913 IKCS FIRM: Hayr was the next sp had a good opportumtj ti at 3Ir Jlcllillop on thib Indefatigable is i feet deep She was constructed at Dev enuport m 1911, ai d has a speed of 26 knots The fndefatigible s arma ment consists of eight 12 inch guns sixteen 4 inch guns and three 23 inch She has at jir juouiiioii on t flse tllbes She has a comple He said he hid no reason t-o meat goo oHlcelg and men MAN RECOVERS .LETTER .WHICH EMPRESS- 'OF: IRELAND lac t on withdraw his former statements and that ho could show that the Wit per capita lias J76 82 wink the Icosts in otheo cities included the hiph LOCAL schools-, the figures being the' names of the seueUr} -treasurers 'Mr Ha) r said further thit he had _ be n balance sheets m the last w B who recently re wee and thai not one of them tal from [he-months sojourn in lied with anothei Consequcnth a England this morning received a let .caniiaatfi could nol, bo expected to tpr thil, went down the Empress discuss finance He clowl i very coin ol fhe letter was addressed prchcnsi e and forteful appeal bj to m Eumand, and w as posted statu, that ho was Mi favor oi Pa5- ]lere Dv ijjs father, Mr Wm Aiittoid in UIE teacher1! good salaries ad- ei rt happened to be aboard the ill fated tisinr all vacanues and selectmc sue- and was taken to the liottom on their ments alofie, and Wjth it Being by divers re at lur that it the 'chool hoanl along with other mail mattar, it con wor ed tn hatmon> with the com- tinued its and m s5ioners instead of bucking thcnijWas forwarded from there across the (Cont nucd on page 3) BEYER'S BODY IS FOUND Dec. 11.-r-The report that- General .Christian Beyers, the rebel leader In South Africa, had'met death by the Union forces, is confirmed by the find ng h's bed, In the Vaul' 4 SON GIVES FATHER THE MAYORALTY OF MAGRATH Magrath Dec. J A.Eirie, who A hid been nominated for the po si ion of mayor" in opposition to his father, withdrew- from the lists today. -There will therefore be no contest -here next Jlonday. vV Vancouver B C Dec Babu Singh, Dr Singh and friends of MlHtia ottering to raise a in there, have ts have passed ._......... wenches, and 11 dm en back two German attacks Faganath j In the region of Varenneg we have the Mm 'consolidated our gains, ol the, preced- i compauy of Hindus m British Colum bid lor service at the front MUNiTY PLAN" LIMITED: JOINT NOTES, Let each town in need of seed grain form a society for-the purchasing or grain; Secure the membership- o.f those de- siring grain and the business men in- terested in the planting of crops. Have each member sign :-a limited joint note fct about twice as much as grain recjuired. Then, negotiate notes arid buy grain suitable for seed.'After the grain is bought, distribute same to the faimers requiring same and takr seed grain which mort- gage can be deposited as additional security to the hank holding notes al ready' mentioned. A 'secretary and committee could -b9, appointed to make arrangements, dis- tribute grain 'and make collections. The working of this- plan is along the line of the Lethbridge Home Re- union ..Societj' TURKS LOSE A GUNBOAT The German artillery has been Respectfully yours, terj actue, but we suffered no- Oeo W Green, losses Paris, Dec it, repotted from Pctiograd that a Kubsujn aviator TJ p f 11 ri has succeeded in dropping bombs on MJ t J. i has succeeded in dropping I llic forts at Breslau The rebuitant damage is unknown l iiKivBVs PART; IN WAR London, Dec hat Turkes pla> to the wishes ol dispatches by aJurKiil- mine London, Dec Turkish gun boat has been supk at the entrance of she wm Bosphorus according to newspa a The Truce London, Dec A Berlin wineleu port says that Germany has acqul- m the of p8pe Dc aHe to glvc Getman, ,uii te diet that a truce bo called for GERMAN PROFtiSSOmXAISE A HUBBUB stnctcd to keeping a hrge fofce oi Christmas holidiyt, provided the oth> British in Egjpt and a big Russian er belligerents agree. armv enadged on her northcru iion tiers, i? the opinion of Sir Louis, I ocean again to its, starting place Herald's Santa Claus Fund Last I oar the Herald Clirlstmas Christmas joj hy dividing what we Fund amounted to and with our fellovs in a lets for- ahd uitls bv (he score were tunate position made happi on Clinstmas Uas who How fine it bo to sav of might jbthenvise have oeen forgotten Lcdtbndge in the i ears to come that m Santa tno ot Oleat Wat Santa Two from todaj is Christ- Claus nn-sed a home here We mas again It U onlv U days, and can do it dollar counts Fourj tlio Uoaations mil have to roil in 'ouaitets make a ddllar, and the pretty freely to teach a flsure that soon count 110 The moncj vill be! will meet the dortand And this year of u, one wlien we will liave Ho open our hearts, and those o! usNvho enough, though prob not plenty, will add to mir 1'rcMoiisl} the Teronto hat well spent hi the Rinsing Mission, I Lecturer In the German department Children s Shelter, and Satiation Armj Let Ihe jbbt roll IWMANUCU BENZINGER, Ph.D rrofassor of Oriental Ian the Toronto University, nranted leave of. ab- ouages OD by the Board -who sence fry Toronto Univers.ty qov. trnert, with of a year Mallet, recently Brit.sh ambassador at Constantinople, qs exnrcssed in an intelTiew ALLIES .TAKE-ROUL.BRS-. London, Decw ITAUY'S NEUTRALITY Home Dec attitude of neutrality will be abandoned on tho da} that the interests of Italy are threatened In the Adriatic, (he Balkan peninsula, the or In Africa advances the lilies, including the taking oi Koulers, twelve miles north east of iprcb, arc reported- m the lecords at the experimental farm official mil unoihiMil stitementb from a fall of 35 25 inches of snon i which is ciuivalent.to 3 525 inches ot actual water Tor the same period in Iil3 71 rncl.es ot snovfall, equal to 71 inches of ar tual precipitation The fall is dtud ed ab follows ion (Snow) October 21 70 inches November G JO t Ucccnuei (1 to 10) 1 25 1913 ,-rop prosn-cts have'October o Oil jnclies am id in Southein' Alnerta looAing No tin er 2 10 line It is true that we raise Dectm er 0 Ofl crops on an average ninfall and no iSo that we ha e 28 la inches matter how murh we early in the snow, or i 81o inches of actual HM vear, M ihr supplv doc-n't come when more fci the period mentioneM, in we mcst need the gram is 1814 tlpn in 1913 and IMt ougni Snowfall Ssts Record-3 Feet In Three Months ;