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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 31, 1914, Lethbridge, Alberta WINNIPEG WHEAT 25 flurries; milder VOLUME VIII. U2THBRIDGE, ALBERTA, THURSDAY, DECEMBER 31, 1S14 NUMBER 17 PEACE, PLENTY HERALD ;THE PRINCESS PATS ARE CLOSE TO BATTLE'S ROAR London, Dec. 31, 3.10 Tho ornoiai information bur- eau tnts 'afternoon gave out the following statement: An answer tc the American note be dravni ill) as soon as possible. It wilt be in tbo same friendly spirit in which the American note was writ- i-15 IULEO, 32 GERMAN ISLAND TAKEN Melbourne, Australia, Deo. 31, London, 4.40 ccs have occupied Bougainville, largest of tho Solomon It was announced here to- thai the British flag had j.-en holstod over the island on December 9. tie. Counter attacks of the enemy were driven back, in Alsace a certain village is held half hy Gorman and half by French troops. The fighting here has been from house to house and continues today. The text of the statement follows "From the sea as far as the Aisne yesterday passed with relative calm. There were artillery exchanges on sonic points of the front. In Cham- The pairne to the west of Algors farm, agiven of attack which our men K- at various points of the line of hat- we occupied certain positions of the enemy's section oi line of defense. In this same region a point north oi the All City Churches-Every Church in Canada Observe it to I RAID ON KING ALBERT'S HEADQUARTERS AT FURNES Dec. German flew several times over p r next, Jan..3, the first Sun- age." newe throughout Canada, in accordance tl TURK COLUMN DECIMATED Petrograd, Dec. 31 it Wasn't Known Existed ESTIMATES READY FOR COMMITTEE Intention Si to Make Concerted Raids on Germany in the Spring WILL ARM FLEETS; CANNON AND BOMBS ,_____. i I New York, Dec. 31. 1? j, building two great fleets of air eraiiji, armed with cannon, darts and with which to invade Germany rn the, spring according to Pedro Chapa, a; Mexican aviator who has been in bu I rope for the last four years, and wno, arrived here last night on the Cunnrrt j liner Carpathia. Hundreds of armor I j carrying a small ca.-, uon and bombs, and numerous mono-, c planes, equipped with bombs an'l steel darts, will he ready, to across the Oerrnan frontier T hw j j winter is past, he said. The nHtip1? are intended mainly for scout afboS laTgSsh will have a cruisin? radius of Lethbridgo churches are making forces continues. Our artillery tire h fl f th lies from the frontiers, said Chapu, Cations to take part. The services dispersed a strong column of Turks had been used irom 1TH. tiio all DB of a character to appeal who endeavored to saye themselves very man and woman m the city, by flight after having lost half of with this in view, it is the hope their contingent. nf tie Ministerial Association to TURKS MARCH ON ARDA'SN' oi MII. ._ _ __, oi Turkjsll [orces co. ceutrated in the region of Yaliniz PaSS are marCWnS to'exist (Continued on page farm of Heausejour wo aiso occupied CoiniTlISSlOner (jIBCe i IIIUS some trenches. The enemv delivered a j i. n couiiter attack, but was driven back. I ffiy Stark in hlOTPS We then resumed the offensive and OLULK. Ill >-HUlca were successful in gaining sonic more ground. "In this same zone and further to the east certain German forces which were advancing to deliver a coun.frrr attack against us were brought under the lire of our artillery and dispers- ed. "In the Argonne, in the vicinity, of Fontaine we exploded a mine and occupied the resultant exca- vation. This gave us a light advant- POLA BOMBARDED Copenhagen, Dec. 31, via Lon- don, 11.45 private dis- patch received here from Berlin says that over 30 French and Bri- tish warships are at present en- gaged in bombarding Pola, the Austrian naval base on the Ad- riatic, and also the seaport of Rouigtio, about 15 miles away. aeroplanes nvn the city at Dunkirk on Wednesday, dropping bombs us they went, accord- in- to the Dunkirk correspondent ot the Daily Mall. Soldiers In the streets fired on the machines, and one Taube seemed to be hit, but ail got safely The official return of the casualties shows that 15 persons were killed, and 32 wounded. The bombs were tilled with shrapnel. Tor half an iour the wholo city crackled with rifle shots and bombs, which threw up dense clouds 01 smoke Ko sooner did one aeroplane seem to depart than another arrived. Buildings in all parts of the city jure wrecked. The first bomb fell on the fortifications; two more near the railway station, and many others in different parts of the town and in the suburb of Rosendall, and the dis- tricts of Gooudekerque and Fumes. One child had an arm blown off and an old woman was killed outright. The fifth aeroplane remained tack any of the Allies' aeroplanes mlsbt seek to repel the air as- sailants. The attack on Furnes was evident- y an effort to wipe out the Belgian leadquarters, where Xing Albert Is at present. No damage was done here. Blow for Blow London. Dec. German raid on the Channel port of Dunkirk in Trance, gives basis for the belief that visits of this kind will bo more fre- tiuent from now on. It would appear that the British raid on Cuxbaven aroused in the Germans a spirit of re- tr.liation. England, judging from the impressions appearing in tie news- papers is just as anxious to deliver alow for blow In this respect. Commissioner. Grace presented the the at u an, Ordor-in-Council recently -The following com" Ci'y Council and the ratepayers this; i in. m.nj.. Vnit-'c Ottawa, as a special Day munication from the General Station! morning with a New Icars "pr'ivpr fnr'ltuTsuccess "of Britain the Caucasus was given out here to- gift. i of Sarikamysh (in SS? ohslrre this ay with special ser- Trans-Caucasia, thirty miles south- would be In the neighborhood of observe rnib uaj vi i__ __ nno -worth of stock on hand, taking mes ro and their attack will not be in the form of raids by a few machines as hitherto, but hy large divisions. Tne aviators to man these machines are now being trained in several large camps established for the purpose, he sentry outside the town ready to at- The Empress of Ireland Fund Everybody J, _ _ _ la.1 this a "Go To Church Sunday church. I' But what did he find? Only worth of stock more than ever been inventoried he- c6n- fore. Frontal Attacks Too Expensive Will Await Kitchener's Army Local Company Cannot Meet Demand--Lethbndge Mills in Good Position During the year just OTHER NATIONS MAY SOON BE INVOLVED London, Dec. are increas-. ing indications, in the opinion of British observers, that the allied of-. fensive movement against the whole German line in the western area the war would he postponsed until such time as large contingents of Lord Kitchener's new army take we The losses of the allies sustained up to the present time in the tentative thrusts forward here and there have been heavy in proportion to the gams the achieved, and it is understood that ..-ai advance at this time would be bridge direct to the Orient, and too great.. 200000 pounds to j .jvl'LL KEEP ON FIGHTING- These shipments have been made The ten of 'event's in the eastern under adverse circumstances; and.'al- theatre oi hostilities where Russia though the heavy demand from Brl- appears to be mor e than hoiding tain since the war broke out, has own, necessitates, nevertheless con larscly aceounted for the falling rxl tinned hard T rnirinn Dec EmpfCSS Of Oi iimu yciiL ii a double significance. Cliaoa who is a graduate o! the therefore a O.OUDIC uao... ,n.. University oi' Pennsylvania, is to go In connection with the special Sun-: Ardasn is a fortified town m frans- AlexicI City to 'construct aero- day services, the assom- Caucasm M miles wes o, Lars, for the Mexican government tfcn has.arranged a special ot rhe >alinez Uiame lass i, Tto IDiao.p GENERAL SAM COMING ln storniv vovaee !-iivit oi Service, arranged by Y. P. Russian deieat of the Austnans in WEST NEXT WE i-J- riolinin nnf. irrr-TinrnhlP IK llkfv- _______ December 6, had Passengers paSSCDEeI south- j Trade Was lUtWiiJ-ucu uv uni, -j- liouw of Montreal. In addition, the sum 01 07S has just been forwarded by the Quebec Board of Trade to Col. p Ottler. This includes a contribu- tion of from the Duke of- Con- "Moving Day in Jungle Town" City Hall Moves Today is moving day at tho city hall. The asseSBorX treasurers ac- counting, paymaster's and building inspector's departments are moving their offices from the Kean block, on which the lease expires tomorrow, to the Donrian block across the street, which has been fitted up in splendid 'Shape to accommodate these depart- ments. Only two stores have so far j been repaired, and the council has j not yet decided what departments to put .in the third. The assessor's and j building inspector's departments will be located in'the easterly part of the building, while the treasurer's and accounting offices will he directly to :the west with .an opening inside. The total cost of repairing the building is This includes S250 naught. The fund will be administer- __ ed ny .two committees from the Pub- lic Trust's office, one for the passen- tions were being made. cannot begin to fill the de- mand for flour from the said Mr Green. "One day last week, we cabled Hong Kong'that we had 6000 bags available for immediate ship- ment. o'clock in the evening cable left here at six and when I I Galicia, while not irreparable, is like- .J. rTucs'day Jan. Church, The ly to have a marked effect on the -Ottawa, Ont, Dec. "Rpv G H Cobble- whole Austro-German campaign in Maior-General Sam Ku dick and EE Button the east. There has been no import- ,j "eave on Ms trip of in- gers and the other lor tne crew ana Wcdnesdav, Jan G-St. Andrew's, ant development on either front.- The Speetion of western forces ear- relatives. A committee will be ape, there a repH The Christian Church, Rev. A. H. De- allies though making no dramatic at- ly next week. He will go pointed in Montreal to with .he, Mno comu u noon ind C B HcKinnon. i tacks on the German'lines are st-eart- through to the Pacific coast. In-.ily hammering with their Ho Trust's onice, one IOL uw u gers.and the the crew and; reac e d the ofl ce in f rnorning tionally strong earthworks around Labassee and they have two army corps quartered in the city. To take this stronghold by direct assault would mean a terrible loss of life, hut its taking is essential to any concerted movement forward in order to afford protection to the com- munications of the ailios. ottu. i" temperance the Master Social Rev A. C. Bryan and A. G. Virtue. Friday, Jan. Baptist, The Misi-iMsry Enterprise, Hcv. J. B. Francis and.J. D. Higinhotham. Saturday, Jan: .Church Praise and Testimony, Hev. D. Ross and Oapt. Tutto. 1 Offering each evening, for expenses and Nursing Mission. Alberta's Premier Optimistic For 1915 Hon. Mr. Sifton Sees Cheerful Outlook in the Determination of Farmers to Raise a Big Crop h Ross Accepts Indefinite Call to the First Baptist (Continued on page Canadian claimants, although the English claimants are greatly in the majority. Last year I predicted that 1914 in Alberta'would be i! year of expansion along sound and ecouomic lines. With the exception of the effects of the European war, events have borne, out the prediction. The steady evolution of agric.ulture to tho status of a sci- ence, a business and a life, has been distinctly marked during the past season, and will be hastened by the war. Boards of trade, industrial to Rev. D. U03. to assjst development have co opei ui-oa uau uiiuii. j po The. new offices will he opened on basis for 1915. Saturday. Street Superintendent Mor- a ri's was to charge of chc moving. BRITISH' MINISTER AT VATICAN Rome, Dec. Henry Howard G. H. WEBSTER. DEAD Vancouver, (B.C., Kac. Kome uec. Dresentedto Pone Benedict bis cred-1 Webster, a well-known civil engineer, ential" as British inlnlster to thr.yst- formerly with the dead, lean; i long illness.. Comfort and Plenty Rule in Irrigation District fits will accrue to the farmers. Tba prospect of a continuance of a world- wide war, the period of impoverish- ment to Old World agriculture that rccrnfc canvas of the irrigated campaign lor more irrigation in the wm inevitably follow, has actuated recent; canvas or b As soon as the our farmers from the douhle motive i untio' crossed the dividing line Of patriotism and good business to the dry farmed areas, he found prepare larger areas for crop next areas east of the city by a needing relief, was unfruitful farmers in need of ssed grain. year than in any previous year. The prosperity of agriculture i_ cognized as the most important factor in financial stability. This new di- rection of effort has come when agri- culture in Europe has temporarily ceased. The deniand for foodstuffs for the arniies of the Allies creates a market that has never been excelled in the history of western Canada, and though the quantity available for ex- port from Alberta'will be less this.snow. The soil, therefore, is in ex- year than in 1913, yet on account oficellent condition, and all natural the increase in greater pro-! signs point to a successful crop next Settlement in the newer parts of the province, Judged by the number of homesteads taken, continues un- abated, and there is a definite move- ment of population to the country dls- to the railway system of Alberta in 1914. With the exception of certain dis- tricts, the farmers have had good crops. They have money, and as a result trade at country points is brisk, and calculated to continue ao during the "winter. The drop in the price of 'lumber, coupled with the Ugh price of grain, is reflected in the improved farm buildings noticed In many communities this fall. One of the most cheerful of rural scenes this season is to observe the precession of farmers' teams to the elevator, aud then to watch them Jogging home- ward, each with a few hundred feet of lumbfer in the waggon. It means increased comfort in the farmer's horns, and. greater convenience in housing his livestock jua ui AUSTRIAN ROUT 4.11 the news reaching London from mnr'p the eastern field tends to confirm the To nhal the western rout oi the forces of Austria, which when the first shipments went from r sodN IHfd'i 'Souv commentators to two-thirds of the total and shis it will be seen that grain crop, m the years 1911 1312. From :ekh are said to be on the point of. well as Germany's the milling industry in southern Al herta is iu us mtancy The tmucd A1 mc a local tuguese possession m Western SBA cons-umption STEAMER AFIRE AT t N York, was afire yester- now housing his livestock. j gatd ti Ualie routes is admirable crVw had reached Municipalities and new industrial en, shipments can he made to the terpriscs win be compelled to trim! aud for.western export far cheaper PeruaU is a vessel of 2566 their programmes to, the dimensions than they can Irom points farther according to the records> r railed at every farmhouse district and made a very amination He rould armers n ne o s yea in I Jf the 100 OOU acres to the, north of j orable weather duvfng the present lj i, city proposed to be irrigawd.j autumn season has enabled the farm- i i W he placed under the -ditch by ere to do an extra amount of fall SW. Jpmmion how much plowing. The area seeded next year not likely to suffer economy in these quarters. 11UUL IU in- IV from enforced the rates o- wheat The Lethbridge Being a mjllcl. itKli ore nis the choice clallj- towards the rich northern Alberta, has proceeded as in normal years. Some 550 miles of completed railways have been added 'c- HOLD-UP. GETS FROM WINNSBORO BANK L-llOVClu 11111JI.L 10 ment is-often that Medicine the quantity and value oi me produc-. Jjiaatage over Leth- Winneboro, La, Dec tion of our farms and other natural' h ia e a nunmi; centre, but the unmasked white man covered sources of wealth available to us lor, j> minors ,j0 not agr.ce with that the assistant caShler of the Winnsboro State Bank with revolver, and'seized in eurrehcy from the' cash drawer yesterday. The man broke the 'phone connection and wade h'Js escape on a horse rented from a. local livery stable The assistant 'cashier was aloas an, the :bank. sources of wealth available to us tor, do nlt exchange abroad, we are optimlatlc i statement ment of population to the country dls- exchange aoroad, we are optimisui; statemellt' tricts. -Hallway construction, espe- that our progress, will continue un- c and clallr towards the rich farm lands of checked, and that all c asses wi 1 be central onened. this without any artificial supports to the machinery of credit. this gaai freighS iputei) on the contin good tour tuartot means wleat narkct, J there are s mills to turn raw material Into rthe fiilshed product, and LetUhndge flour market extends Jrc-a Hong Kong to ;