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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 21, 1914, Lethbridge, Alberta quite cold WINNIPEG WHEAT my. Mayoptlen.............. 128% July option............. 127% PRICE FIVE CENTS LETHBHIDGE, ALBERTA.' MONDAY, DECEMBER 21, 19M ._________________________________________________-----------------------------------------------...... _________.- -T PLAIN CASE OF MURDER OPINION GERMAN RAID Babes Killed in Mothers Boils Over Reports LOSSES GROWING Hartlepools Alone Lost 150 in Killed -Recruiting Takes Great Fillip London, Dec 21 -Mulder that s what men it htie, as they from hand to hand photos of killed Scarborough children, photos ot bab- ies two, three and four years old laughing eyed, merrv sum bv German shrapnel Not much is bald beyond monob} llahles but a deep wave of auger has passed ovei oai people, silent and fierce, with as one has never known before The news papers print photos ol the children No comment is needed, but recruiting has taken a sudden jump lire public resent the action of the authorities in attempting first to minimize the amount ol losses The latebt figures eiven for the Hartle pools a'oae is 103 killed, 150 severe Iv wounded and 284 slightl) wounded buch understatements damage publn conlidehcc; The telegraph's spcoia correspondent at Hartlepool says "Some of the shrapnU-strickcn joungsters were hearing their fathers breakfasts, others were setting ou for school. At least half-a dozen bah ies were killed in their mothers arms, Some of the poorer not the fate of their bro thers and sisters ___ Nobleford Libs Organize; Are s tor Fray NohMrjrd, Noblefoe Liberal Association was _organuei hern Thursday njjht, with the Presideiit-il. R v "i1 il. 'AtSiosca flrit sidcnt, Ed Lynn, Albion Ridge stc- oM vice-president, W J Watkms, Kednex executive committee, V H Henolt, Nobleford d J Hunt, Ke hoe Mr McLean, Kcnnex treasurer, Percj Hunt, Nobleford the meeting- the crowd re- paired to the Hotel de McDowell, where a feast was prepared, to which i thej all did justice The banquet was Where Murder Was Committed Of Current. Public Works Used Freely BIG REDUCTION Grants to the Fair Board am City Band None Next Year Warner .To. fife 'in Esttmatet, for trie expendi- ture in the PoblK orks department lor Itus as named 'the 'city coun- cil stand at and show a de- crease ovei the estimate of i 'oO and a saving over the actual ex- penditure of "1914 of Thus 52! 810 represents the exact cnce beti oen the a? owalice made for "814 and the actmil expenditure, a clean saving in cash on the operating expense-'Thfi. includes all the sal- aries attached" The estimates, as sauiiiltled by Mr.- nas pared oulj slightly by the i-race ijuicu uinj -j THE GERMAN RAID ON THE ENGLISH route taken by and before they become law IMt nniv v" ml.lwjv hatweeD m I.- nnp. over tllC THE G the German cruiseis whleh dashed at the English coast midway between ilie naval bases at RCBVth and Dover and horn rar'.ed SeartoroughHrrUe pool and Whltbv, on Decen r-ir 16 The triangle. that British squad rons at eitJier base would be as neai one another a. the German fleet would be to either, and prompt notice would enable them to reach either exit ot tlw North Sea before tho German Meet SHE GAVE Calgarj, Dec ned life ol That the mar- L and Albert Saun be thorcugh.y ,one over bj the cltuens' committee, and again turned over to the council for fiiwl revision and adoption- The estimates as teutativ eh passed 1915 000 1.000 Streets ?i200ti Loss Near Fire of Mysterious Origin in f hrel Weeks 1913 Weeds f Storm f Xh stieat bridge Halt Park Other Parks Nlirstrv rf Weeds Scav engine v Engineering expenses Totakwtimate artowled Amount eApended Russians Give Ground to Fall Back on-Well Entrenched Line Above H. i Picture of the new Consolidated school 1.1 -ntlv ooe ,ed at and of uhich tl.o ot thit district ut ju.tlv proud Jlie is tlie flrbt consolidated venture in the province and .he "enment will be watched with great mteieit hv iducuticnalnt, of Alberto. lh" cretion In -keeping ley-pf a capital enemy No Enghnh newipaoej' has yet allud ed to her loss noi was the que> tion touched upontdurin3' the re cent session EM YPRES HOSPITAL 1 To 'Southern A Arras Also Under Fire thf Shipments of Cattle and German -aret- Wool During Year Forging'Along, _ '_ LITTLE GRAIN SHIPPED SLIGHT GAINS ALL ALONG _ Ametican markets were worth ml panSi Dec m 70 to southern Frrach Kar olriCe todaj'gave U, in one of tne ursest jcars communication iis to CRACOW RELIEVED? Austrians Claim to-Have Swept Russians Out. of. Part of Galicia London, Dec. 21, 1'be great battle to the west of -Warsaw has yet to be fought out, judging: from the indications conveyed in recent dis- patches from Berlin and Petrograd. It.. appears today to British military oh- servers that the German contention that General von Hindenburg has scored a notable success over .the Rus- sians must be qualified. The German army, commanded by eneral von Bmdonberg, has made a steady advance In the direction of the Polish capital, but the Russians in falling back, appear to have taken new- positions In strong entrench- ments and, in spite of the fact that the invaders are within two or three day's march of Warsaw-, there is good reason to believe Slat much, hard fighting must come before tlie tier- mans can occupy the Polish city. Siege of Cracow Raiaed? Along the southern frontier of, bast Prussia, the Russians claim to have the. hand hue further to the south lu southern Poland, as, well as in Galicia the leaders of the Auairo- Geiman forces declare tie) are sweep- in.: the Russians before them Thev abfert further that they have cleared all the Russians out of nest Galicia This means Uial the long siege of Ora- has been raised, and if this ad vane on the part of. the Teuton al- ies continuos, it may bring similar re let to the garrison at Przem ysl besieged bv the Russians since the ;arlv davs of the war Relieves Servla The vlEorons Austrian offensive ill this arena ol hostilities liaa the withdrawal of manv troops heiatofore usod and Indications that tne Afiptrian attemjM lo'irush.Servia w-111, for the time being be abandoned Sunday Reparta Posen, German Arrav Headquaiters in the Bast Dec 18, via Berlin and London Dec 20 -Field Marshal von Hindenburg a aimj toolt Lowics to day after Heavy fighting for leveral and compelled the fur ther retirement of the Rusilan linef Doubt In London London, Dec It thought pos- sible that Berlin's celebration of a great German victory In Poland nremature 411 the Oarman head qnarters oat ot the battle there in today s disp.tches is that of the enemy continues no gram was rfunped to C0nulllllliratl05i The 01 Decetobat out 30 brought Practicallv no gram was yumiea 10 if the Ijn.led States during the vear nothing of importance ft Belgium 1J coal shipments were evxeption is made 9f isome progress the region ol Lorohaeitzvde and at point to tho south-east of the Inn .ortaicr, which "of f the enemy con The Russian official reiiort Uhe heavy revenue producers vvere cattle, with wool a dose second Ihe ioUovunK ngurcs v.r-re obtained 01 Til _ 1 he .following Hgnrcs v.r-re oaine o, enmpment from Johnston, Amen tie occupat on of sonie th' "Sy ar Consular ARent here, who has a houses m Warteem, wuth of Zeill- ry complete iccord 01 even shminent ebke, and the boniltaLdment bv tne on that grossed the border during the uieim ol 1 pres ionlsbt the navo taken th. left bank the Vistula have been notning more than outpost aKalrs Tn these Russians would seem to have engaged In holding the Germans, while the Russian main force waa forming along the Bzura river, battle. is beginning to develop, the1 Ger- man attack Is aald been AJ was expected, the Germans made an attemot to cross tho Vistula, in an endeavor to outflank the Russians, but this waa frustrated by a destructive fire from the Russian artillery and the seizure of the pontoon bridges. Auatnarja Rout Russians? London, Dec to a Berlin wireless dispatch advices from Vienna to main headquarters says that in -the fcattls tnan troope completely routed Russians, of which Western Galicia is now The Austrc-Hungarian army made 26 ono prisoners and took a large quantity of war material, It "The Russian loss was the dispatches add, "and the pursuit is ererjwhere being followed up The estimated value to each man ue o a the breeches made of lihaki cloth In tnC ureeciiKM iiiuut. ui malmg of exlia fine qualiti, for parade one 4 4 Herald's Santa i 'the 4 fiont immediattl avor o o ho Patricias form a part of the unahlctto 'accnrnpany The Herald -wants 'to see that Santa Claui with Ms good cllccr visits every Home In Lethbrldge on Christmas Daj The purpose of the Herald Santa Olaus Fund to provide good cheer for thow homes where conditions are such that H is impossible to look after, even thd ordinary needs of everyday lite visit froni Santa Claus is out of unless i the spirit of ChrlstWas enters the heart ol tboso better .situated There are homes where this festive day may be dismal .and dark, a day not different from any other day (of the children whose pal cuts unfortunately are out of work, umile'to'i treat >iem as thev The Herald) vantltjwry hQirfo lif the citv to a hoaM brlghtneM. and cheeriulncss Pas'. The wnta Clans Fund is to be divid- ed, intimated at the the Nursing ren An auuwmi' e niu uv net. for a ical bountiful Christmas dinner for the of Hie Chjldreiis Shelter dl the go to the Salvation Army, and 9111 of this portion a Christmas dinner lor the single men of 'the city who would have to go without a real Christmas meal on that day will be provided We feel that these arrangements, w fl! care for the needy Of city, and bring Christmas cheer to the per n-ns -who will appreciate it Previously dcknowledjeu f 185 03 W S-Konny i- 'JW J Jackson Flour and Cereal Mi'.l'Ernployeei t Union T- the In the deferred nominations this morning, the following were nominal _____ 'NO.AN FOjS TO ParWnion, R A .Mow at, M Bar- ACilVE her and C 0 Baler Messrs W. E Bean, W C White and J. W Miller received the nominations for va- cancies on the school board The Cl- ocllcns nro to foe held next Mondaj inv Jtownwr. f maple leaf and the latter word 'fCanana1' j the one 'FOR A THE BELGIANS THE 61-IS dia, A Buchanan MP, lor- the Patricias to tte front, warded two further contnou i ing been severely burned wljen a tent tioas to th? 'ielgion Relief Ore on 'he former mav he lit shape in a India, Dec Ran- JiUinhil, of Nawanagar, the fa- mou> cricketer, will proceed to Eu- rope ihortlyon active servici. LIVUD W s headquarters ot Mon tredl todav as fol- flOOOO 500 Mrt11, IO D E, ight Ore The former mav he, lit shape in a i ,, but the latter mole serious ill injured OISCvVRD MOSS RII'Lbb foronlo, Doc 21 4 A carted patcn ta ThtjGlohe frcii it? cortn, a lantes, the yhropshires and jailUeib. 111U C'Ut.Ul'OMiivw Rifles, all reccnll} reti trom EgJBt and Clijna. "Otncril Snow tile divi- sion Tllf Patricias espcct to1 action soon, because they ire dp sional troops Lord nt conn them a farewell plain dated spected them on _' 1_ L.tlw'l i Jl' ;