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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 19, 1914, Lethbridge, Alberta VOLUME VIII. LETHBRIDGE, ALBERTA, SATURDAY, DECEMBER IS, 1914 PRICE FIVE CENTS NUMBER S 18, via The Hague and Doc. :19, was'-still in.festive array today cele- brating tlio reported victory in I'ol- end, but the people -'expressed a shade of disappointment from the brevity of the official.war bulletin, -which tailed to supply any further details of the Polish "engagement: The newspapers point -out this afternotn that the present developments in the eastern arena of the war will require several days Jx> reach a stage where the net results can be approximately set forth. Tn the meantime various rumors are in circulation concerning the number of prisoners taaen by the Germans. Rudoluh von Valentini, chief of Era- peror William's civil, answer- ing a telegram from tire east Prus- sian synod to the Kmperor, wrote as follows "Mis Majesty confidently trusts that the unswerving will to conquer, with God's help, will lead tluv fnther- land through the present trying days to a happy future. By Imperial, or- (Signed) One More Step and This Strategic Point Will Be Theirs THEN FORWARD TO MONS_ AND LILLE Dee. The French official report'given out this afternoon is aa follows: "Dnrlns the oi December 18 -vve organized in. Belgium the territory frffni tha evening be- fore to tliraoBtliofDijmiideandlfead (root -to south of .li of Tp-ea has -jjiien .orer a very dif-. Uirltory. ,tlUJSgion of Notre Dame, and to.Uie loutfi WINNIPEG PRINCESS PAT KILLED IN ACTION Winnipeg, Dec. Corporal DaWillon, formerty of the force, wout vrlth tlie Princess" Patricias, and then transferred to the is 'reported as' ilUed at the He asrvcd In this city on two oc- cacicns and had re- cord. PROMOTIONS IN CANADIAN MILITIA Fetrotrrad, Ucc. 1 Admiral- ty thr by thr Baltic squadron recrr.tly of the Gci'- man crinspr Kripdrich Kurl. Two- thirds of the crew were lost, U-ss two huuilrrd hniiiR saved. There have been en- gaijeinwits in Asia Minor wherr the Tiirks havt1 iirpn reiniorcpit in Van and on Ihr Persian Complete Figures Show Good Yields in Discouraging Year j Noble is Satisfied j U.S. Determined To Stay Neutral; SendWProtest that the U, .SJf: niirwtl JBot become, in- which' .BurbpRiin ,-j- ..-_____________.- _ of in of St, Laur- j the Hague conventions, .President Wil- ejit (a and Blango.. ;son..and -1-- thai one' lery of the ehemy oja. Decembar 1! shits. "Increaied acttTity ae Mmpar-! Suggestions from the press ed to 'that the U. S. BhbuUi take-.the-ini- Axgoiihe, .forest of La tiative in protesting to Grermahy Jor blew a German trench, j the alleged' infraction from an article undermining them.- 'of the Hague which-pro- Aubert, tlie eueni7 by ai-jjibits naval bombardment very spirited. succeeded in fended towns" has met with-ho re- inaking slight :progT6as. sponse from the govern- BIG ACREAGE IS Vilayet frniif. The Kjirl '-vas A first class crmaii crtiiser a runiple- nicnt of ovf-r fjlHi men. Tim Kreidrii-h Karl was completed in KMU. It wa.s an ai'mnrcil cniiscr of R.STiO tons displacement. 410 left Ions, 17.0UO h.p. ami 21 The armarnont ccnsisted of lour S-2 guns in twin turrets, ten ,5.9-inch suns, twelve 21-poutideriquick. nrcrs, and four torpedo tubes. Tht1 armor belt was inches thick and the twin turrets piuUulcd by li-inch armor. capacity ItiOO tons. .Complement, ofll uincers anil men.. DItKSDEK ESCAPES 1 Buenos Ayrns, escapR 1 of the fret-man cruiser Dresden, has causoii a suspension of the sailings .of I the British ships to the Pacific. There are minors lien: that- another German fleet is coming. GIVES HINT YEAR'S OF :NEW HONORS Montauan Says Hardpan duces Cost of Watering Land i Londou. London DISPENSES OF CLAIM OF THE NORTHERNERS j Major-General Lesaarcf. promoted from tlie command- of the Toronto division- RFADV FOR 101 :to the position of Inspoctor- IXkrtlJJ, I 7 General. ,'I'HB wilj remain In Toronto.] _____l___ Got. S. 'Steelorof Winnipeg, raised to j the rani: of.Brigadier-General, imd be-1 Complete returns from the Noble lit D tie '.hort abeni.ation nmonirit citi rOLtriQllG' JPUna, Jeui generalh The chi gcs >are laid b? CWei. of Police H'it The dtrest of -lldenuan Clarke was made on the street, neir the ollice Today yday-'at the Gait i onay me WQ.L matie on uno im-cu nc tt tut raiiies. and a cheque foi the handsome ol the accused in Detectiye-bcrgeanl amount of S171S3. was teceiied bj and during the course ol his visit en leitd .rjo t discussion ol irrigation an-i alfalfa raisins with Kane one oi th? pioneei jlla'.li growers of the district, ni was appused uf the fact that iauners iii the district north oi the ueie to Dr. Allan.. "et irrigation il US an acre, and he T. R.-Davidson. was asked lor an express on ol opm Elite Cigar store ion on the cost "The Milk Ruer pro- G. H. Cobbledlck lect Kill rust the farmers m Mon D. ROBS..... taiu close to an acre before it is the sale and dance held bv the Wo Auxiliary of Am. balance association The committee acknowledges "these generous gifts with heartfeii and would in- clude the following Royal Bank stall 2-00 2400 2000 said he, 'ami thci cor- -_ loo" .Hal1 are feltms J prnu Telephone Rates i In reference to the ensten-e 01 a harjpan, and its relation to irr'ga i I tion, a fact ttlnch the Gleichtn farm- i iers are using as a means to justih I their campaign against irrigation in the south, Dr Williams said that hi would- rather have a hardpan than Due to Aviate Year McDonald, James Nimino.'-Walter CampbcllaiKl K. A. Blatchtord; There are charges against the prisoner, which are as follows In the firit it is charged ttat, he- August 1 anfl November 1 he did cou-pil-p, combine and confederate 2500 ami agrre oue Spcmaer of Sas- katoon, ami Charles McMillan..-Chas Pierson and Frank Heaton, the three alleged to cause public mis- chief 03 inciting the procuring, com- bining and agreeing with the said Charles McMillan, Qnarles .Pierson and Frank Heaton to commit or at- tempt to commit crimes and misde- meanor m and about Edmonton In the second charge he IB accuses of conspiring with the same indivi- duals commit and to attempt to law in ana about Edmonton: In the third-charge he is-aocuscd of Zepnulin glide on Jnnuars conspiring to incite and procure the 1 three men, Pierson, McMillan and Heat-on to steal, from, dives or .any of j- Telephone rates are not "I am farming undei exacth due [OT a z on Jnmlar5 the same lonmtions, in Montana and j accprdlnE to semi official state I ngure tban we in the Milk River Jodav The amount of Increase va.lej nho the hardpan are ]9 stated bt Ber anmim for His Majesties liege subjects in lid- much better oft than those in the otll businesE telephones and 00 for res monton er who hale not The gumbo nience. This will make the rates J In the fourth he is accused u con- is abboluteh impervious, ve-1 spiring with Spnngei Pierson Me "no dimculty m rafting alfalfa There 4400 "Uillan anil Heaton to minro and Alberta -Battery ,s one-farmer in mi district who Wenle wa 2400 credit Chief of Police George Hill in Postmaster Mun joined the commenced operations Residence (desK) XOO credlt reputation and positron as POSTMASTER RIPLEY Who .enlisted for active service today. He the front as an officer Alberh battei AKm Rimnv mined the commenced operations hi watering :n EdS? a'nd ac land late m the fall The water bushels all told. jonil in command Mr Ripiei'has lieen hardpann'd soil casih enough if Mr. Noble has iproven bejond a I an actiis memuer of the 25th Batterv do not'use discretion, hut m) land is of jood seed and'CFA, since iti> olganlzatlon nolds HS sweet as il CVPI was and the woi'i one of tiic LUCSI on record, and the rank of cantain, and was gumbo makes it.pcssibje to irrigate summer fallowing The past season! deemed one ol its most valued ofll .with less, cost A great mam farm _ tlie yields-be obtained show that "it jeers, can be done." I {Contimicri on page 3) imfe a mistake in water jig their (Coiit.r. ed on page H) ed at fullv inaiired The maJt-ure. of ah charge and: ;em- chinery ia uninjured 'bra' races those already quc led above Knight Sugar Co. To Move Plant To Great Falls Farmers of South Refuse to Grow the Necessary Raw Yet Head Move Off Raymond, Dec. the Cuunlercial Club ot the live Mon- It nitli a Men to miesligat ter thirteen yearb of cxiierimontal tana metropolis and heard Hie KO I ing farther into the Great I'alls pro work in Southern ULcrta, the Knight position ol the boosters of Great, position, .that.-. Mr. hilison anil Mr uul, a a icui Sugar companv has at last Falls, nlio its ktcii on pulling the m- Knight journejed to that ciu Speak- Flllllj thermoiiletci 'Vcsttrilaj TIC, tncy will be able to earn nut man; mg oi trip Mr Ellison said "We hopcj jt over the if not all, of BAD FIRE AT 'HAT Medicine Hat Ilia TJSc File of an' unknown -origin-'-destroyed the stock of dressed, at .the -Medi; cine Hat planing m Is onned Wil liam Rutherford Tlie loss is -s chief constable of -tba city of Edmon- ton bv muting and procuring the McMillan, Charles Pier- son and I rank Heatcti to commit 01- fensef. against the tnmmal law and against the peace and good govern ment of .Edmonton, the said George Hill being charged nith the dutv'of enforcing the criminal and pie; serving peace, .order and good tovern- ment in the city of and tha peace quiet and security of the citi icps ther.coj I here is still a fifth charge against Alderman. Clarke, in the'ria- He -aid's Santa Glaus Fund we tin. receipt of a let- ter frdtt'-Mr. chairman Of tlw-Red The fol- lowing Is an "Let'nie-say how. appropriate it Is the woinen of Southern. Alberta lia.-e decided 'to, raise to pur- this. morning, in receipt of a inegsage from oiif; London: cprmnlsgicnoi- asking if, we can. proyido more.' When 1 Instruct' thtj CqmiriiBSloiiiir to iiu'rcliase to put on in- decidcd to moic the big plant from dlistri to that centre Raymond to a point in the t'mtcil) Kor a number ot y Stales, the exact location as vet not I Panj has had the matt been selected Jhis momentdiis tie plant ,toa moTe lp anil up and upV cui-y in the Herald's, lh> iper I beginning to heani on .nla S Clatis I a real C linstmas, bnule to. tlm knon blc to earn nut maiij their plans for Chilst the com- certamlv were treated rovallj hi the i50 anj it was one degrtf mas The; watch this column i .ter oi removing oOicials of tlie Commercial Club, and started out iveilana it! I84is niometcr night and it gliddcns promising Held enjoyed everv moment of our at the'time of if the Sl75 their hearts to MC it mount llieri SCrltitfoir vou wriinn JBO tfiat uccu LUC piam ii IIIUJLI> .7; TI i rtu lllt w aa i" the 'men from Serta they announcement, aftectlng the Indus- Under advisement, but they remained, time .Publicity Commissioner Holmes, matk wuuld tjie men trom inoum' tney ,_, _, _, _, t-ti ,_ _u..'_ ex-Senator Oibson other leadin happen 'to see it, would know where -trial life of not only Biyraond but hoping lor a.clunga In the various the money .that purchased, it the wools Canadian factors con tramline to the {he various ex-Senator Oibson, and other leading tnyway tue from. f dguws m the industrial life ot J5 mighty gratify inn to Slit i dollar vull be used for Lltnstnns ;ht I cheer and no othor purpobe the j 'Everj dollar means -i liipps 1IUU, lo a. representative ol the Her-ild the sugar Industrj, Last season th: great northwest, were Bho mtjftl: ,t Additional subscriptions follow; yesterday hy James B Ellison, man- beet crop was almost aItotal failure, in .us, and thP won-; ticuiar Business each to tliase'l'.moiisli acknowi Altorado 50 cents Parker acer of the companv, Kavinond and' thoroligulj discouraged w ith .1 derful possibilities o' the cits and the from cry hoiiu nr mat 0 I Benefit h Biirdett. 2S iilvcr, -per! Knight, an influential dircclor, whbliousli contemplated fillier a sale or country went fum into their of- ter'how humble m fins, Ut} on A Friend Lcfhbrld Mrs. T. S. per have rust relumed from Great contemKlated cither a sale or Jer, the mdupfroent held And it's migliti K. .T. per ".i I- Mre. McCutts. jier Mrs. Scroggic. 2r. cants; Miss Agiiewv Mrs. "J. G. Hohertsbtii 50 cents. have rust relumed from Great Falls, houslj contemKlated cither a sale or Jer, tnc moupfroent held out, Christmas And it's might! gra -Montana, whore E P El the of tho Southern Alberta In tta wtjol site, light, rtc too, to thf loyal Ooodfel- lison, vice-president of the Knight, hold The result was a flood of sptai- looked good to althoujn nothing IOWB -who are in partnership with Sugar .company, and Austin; gcnenil field superintennent-- of l.Hah-ldalio Conferred of ike cd u'ltli .1 did offersj frim cities in Utah, Idaho-. alid ittyoming, IhfJaiimtxT van Falls dermltc artired The um oimla lllr fucilitifs, three transcontinental I through whom Satila will (Confiinued I the good things Kf Ms m HocieU' _____ _. Mrs l.jn'-li Luiiusftonc P 0 (r.'K.; Monarch Mrs.- II. Cobhledick- .r. Bawden _____ E. O. S store TreJfl V M panership with The orgftnizations ;