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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - January 5, 1915, Lethbridge, Alberta WEATHER High..................... 33 Low............. .-...... 2 Forecast: Colder; �ome snow VOLUME Yffl. LETHBRID6E, ALBERTA; PUESDAY, JANUARY 5, 1915 NUMBER 20 RUSSIANS SURROUND AUSTRIAN ARMY IN THE CARPATHIANS FRENCH FIGHTING TODAY LESi THAN 30 MILES FROM RHINE KRON PRINZ WILHELM IS VERY BUSY One of 5ew Remaining German Pirate Craft Sinks Four Vessels Much of Montana Infected And Alberta Must Watch Out BIG STOCK PRICES Will Follow Raising of Embargo I rSheep and tattle Are ' -Atready Scarce Las Palmaa, Canary Islands, via Paris, Jan. 5.-^The German steamship Otavi has landed here a hundred sailors transferred to her by the German auxiliary cruiser Kron Prlnz Wllhelm, representing the crews of four French and British vessels sunk by the warship. The oraft, which Tell Into th� hands Of the Germans were the French steamer Monteagle, which was sunk December 4, the British steamer Bellevue sunk on the same day, the French sailing vessel Annie Marie sunk on September 17, and the French ship Union Sunk on November 22. BUCHANAN, SA8K., HAS BAD FIRE Chicago, III,, Jan. 5.-^Livestock trade enters tUe year. 1815 wiih a ae-ciaed'iy uniavoraDie outlook. Ttiat the scarcity dt beef and mutton will l)e unjireoeaentod needs no argument. V-OT two nionihs tne llquldftuon has 'been in shipping all over the terrl-  tory east ot the "MlBSQ'uri River, and ------, ... tlie country apparently will not be sat- "^^^^^ unknown. All the losses are isfled until It has marketed the iast Partially insured. The pool room and animal. ' barber shop were owned by " A. Eight Hungarian Townships Dominated by Czar's Troops POLANDFIGHT TAME Paris, Jan. 6, 4.45 a.m.-A Pet-rograd dispatch published in L'-Information reports that the Russians have occupied eight Hungarian townships, and that several divisions of the Austrian army are surrounded in the Carpathians. BRITAfl'S REPLY TO THE AMERICAN PROTEST TO BE MADE THIS WEEK Amena'5 Nde MEN WHO FIGUKji li\ NEGOTIATIONS POUXIWING U.S. PROTEST AGAINST BRITISH BLOCKADE Washington's note, descrtbed as the strongest,addressed to any power since the war began, was prepared by ,^ Roibert tariaing, a Washington counsel, being revised by Secretary of State Bryan and President Wilson. It. h*B London Jan 5-In Poland today' '^^'^ transmitted through the Antbassadors to Sir Edward Grey and a reply Is anxiously awaited. The situation la Buchanan, Sask.. Jan. 5.-Buchanan ��re has' been little shift in the rela-: a sensUt^^one; resembling, that which one hundred years ago when there was Uttle Anglo-American friendship, led wflVviRit^rt iiv firp vesterdav The tive positions of the mvading and to serious resmts. . , , - ZoXmao7Mluy IZtroyed one defending amies. The Germans con- London, Jan. 5, 2 p. m.-7he Brit- Ambassador 'Page received today contraband that no cargoes destine^ SH INTO GERMANY "OSSB Cemay May be Joffre's Next Objective-New Campaign Likely FIGHT IN FLANDERS Called OS on Account of Raia "-South Attack is Only Logical One stopped Foot and rriouth Disease Theiobt and.mbutli disease has not been eradicated, despite the contrac-' lion ot tho quarantine area, and optl-1 ^erV a total" loss misttc reports emanating irom Wash-' itigpoaf'.IJJlaols, Indiana,-and Wisconsin arb a ill fuvl of it; Newi outbreaks are beinjf. reported daily;, and at (Jha-cago.'the^bulK of the current .livestock supply-.iBibeing isolated in a quhrani-UUtT'diyiBlon^where; paclcers appraise it at whiite.veififtsjl'iplep^e;- TfatMjaM. have seen^tlt to pay reasonaWe^prfcES. duringvthe period of somewhat t/en-zifed liquidation, indicates the concern they entertain regarding a tuture supply. � �. ��: . . - -Big Prices Coming Hy the.,end of January, few catye will remain in the corn belt states, and the sheep scarcity is already in evidence. When the embargo.is raised andthere-stoclcing process begins, everything rated as a stoclcer will command big money. Fight Not. Over A uipntli ago Washington made the conlideht announcement that the peat would' be exterminated by January 1. Yet that ta^k is far from the accomplished stage. If ;a clean bill, of |, , , , r. + , health: can be r given the entire co^un-1 ^^^l^^^ ^ Coast?., try by March, oongratuiations will bo In order, and ,tlie wise ones predict _____ _ . . the relict certify also as to tbeir exa"ct 'con- '^Wed ^Pon yesterjlay at a conference of the American shijiping for of'-thtMtrtefrolS Washing, complete and accurate as V protec- Germany, Austria or ~ Turkey , with; re contents ers and th* Russians arc still ligbt4.,ton conwrftJ'^^lBfttish ' interferem^ tion against delays of American car- food products and munitions ol'war. j RUSS NEAR ROUMANIA $1500. The general store Scobey^ Montana, Editor. Would Have Uncle Sam' Anri^x Part of Canada, By Hek! Will Uncle Sam; push the boundary between his territory and Canoda 25 miles to the north, from, the .Groat cohcerfti�%^?] mg out their battle in the region Ot. wife AmerlcaU-JShipping. � San Kamyseh, both sides claiming a . .... j'lg: . A ofe victcjy. . , 1'= Whether the Turks are cxagirerating ^ ^ their success or not they are-doing some fiard liglitingin the Caucasus,, judging from � despatches reaching. liOndon^ Even telegnnus Jrom .Petiof* grad � admit^that this situ-tion- is be-; coming'one of the first importance.-Thcre is no sign as yet, however, .61 Russia's, moving troops from her wes-. tern to her southern frontier.. : i goes. It states that efforts "to coo-'_.___ I ceal the .real nature of goods covered ^ . . . . .* ^ a a a x a'a a a -: by the maiiitest may .result in. ^eat    ..J*.f*j*-*, The-question seems" preposterous, r______ y^t it was asked in'all sincerity and sporadrc outbWaks forly"ea7to''co^^ in Letlibridge yesterday If, indeeid, North America is not fore-' r,nior� �hm,t, ed into, the same- condition as Europe and under the ne'ceBsity .of fighting the plague all the: year round. ' fi'rlze Herd Condemned When' the, outbreak reached Likely was Cause of, Death of Mine Inspector in Coal; Creek Explosion There are so many rumors about Uncle' Samuel these days, that one �hardly knows what to think of the iir^UnpT ic AnmiTDMrn old gentleman's conduct, and nothing; llNyUtOl lb AUJUUKNtU is surprisin Ma ^at Touches High Maik of $lo37i 1 JumpCbf Six Cents' in a Day Ambassador Page expectedHo trans- * ed the American , team, hfts mi t Secretary Bryaa'k commiinioatiooi * been appointed. Lo^ilrU^utep: t6 the foreign office shortly.V The ant,of Ireland In Successlon^o. nbte is-regarded as- an indication * the Marquis o� Aberdeen, that the American government is mak- * inb an effort^ to' comply^'with",'^e sug- J gestion. of Great .Britain for V|overn- * mental.'supervision,,of catgoes'rb'efore * they leave America foe Europe. Secretary Bryan's message makes * it clear ttiai-inspection of American ' , , ^. carKoe's'-by trnR as t,o ^hat Roumanla tionary force, not to nientfohiUne ni- a lies to break. thr�ttgh m.tbis Par!*, Jan. B.-^The French of-flolal statement given out by the ; War Office thia afternoon, eon. veya the first intimation of anoth. er French advance Into Alsaoa, to > a point near Orbay or Urbela, , which la soma 14 milea to tha �/ west, of Celmar. It aeU -forth, alao, that th* .' French advaneea In the direction of Cernay (Bennhalm) to tha ^ eutheaat ef ateinbaoh, have been maintained. there are six point* en the bdtp ttafront whera artillery engage' ' menta have taken.plaoe, and the Belgian artillery la deaerlbed. aa { MtlVa'ln Ftdndafs. V Advaneea near St.^Oeerge.iltO' v are'alaimed. i^^ � ' V'>:^'-v-'' RHINE IN SIGHT V^'V-': Le'ndbnV Jan.'^.-^i'Ha right vy(ng : ffitrFwirieH'nihny-la^WioHw^ . ...J|K.ai&vmllaa..^fro^^^^ ;. >^ RHthavJtot%iifg: worthy change. The news coh-ssquently dwells ehlefry today on -' tha bad weather cendltlona. . GENERAL ADVANCE ON '.ALSACE? ; , The French progress in upper Al- --- , ,^ sace Is probably tlie most'significanf N0TABLE3 LOSE THEIR LIVES news from the western front' in 4 London, Jan. 5.-There were- 4l number of weeks, and by some ob-names in the casualty-Ifste itsuod servers here it is taken to indioate' ~ tuture attempts on the part o reconsider, bis resignation (Lord, Aberdeen yesterday replied that this was impossible. , ya, . for Dr. F. 0. E. Suddaby, Sam Graham, J. F. of Jllinois. All but one cow recovered King, director of �International boun- MacDonald, H. E. Barnes and John and the entire herd is now isolated at dary surveys, brands'it as founda- Tudhope were sworn in at three the Hawthorn race track near Ohl- tionless. It is pointed out in tlie o'clooksand after viewing the body of Influential in causing the fresh upturn in the wheat market here. Montana, paper h^d come'out with er H. Wilkes convened n jury tbis Mjr tr T\ J the. crack that this, strip.;. of; ;land, afternoon to inquire into the death of /xltdlfCl UGftlClTlU running from the (jreat Lakes to the Evan Evans, mine inspector, which, r Heavy; Coaldale Supply Limited cugo. . Disease Not FaUl As a demonstration that foot and mouth disease is not neceas; it was a BUcoesB,~but that herd of terized the report dairy-cows is practically marooned, nrohable ' mu _ TT �ii.i.j r.!-..__---___,i -III _ capital that no;s^ch trade be Evans at" -Thompson's: uixdertfe ha^y:^lirm''this"'stati;i7ra;re"^^^^^ f�r'ei^htnVarnlar%'latrO^fenU,%e^vTcriiimeS^^ 0,Pv'=''^,^if''^^fc^'^'lf ?.tb made without imperial sanction. . rooms, went to the court house, when somewhat since tlie holidays. The No. whiir-fttur nSn*?"^^^^ th.^ir lives been laid up since last September, U ^^"'V.f.'*?''* advance to the s.^vtb- i mot ana r Sir Joseph Pope, under secretary the evidence ot Mine Inspector Wil- 1 alfalfa is now getting pretty well Tast niLht cktis^ bv trar^^^ was announced today. The Minneso^.fast' commentators point out arily fata,'i of state for external. affairs, chaiao- liams, Edward Hescct, pipe fitter,, shipped out. Forty carliads went who ha^ been^efuterfoo^hv^I^^^^^ ta will sail for Hongkong, FebrSS7%:**�*5y' K^^' the allies possession It herd of terized the renort as "wildly im-, John Briggs, fire boss in No. three out during the month of December, ^ng Thif befief ^as^ e^^^ " ^- ' ALPINE CHASSEURS WD-IT , For the moment the swamp condU tion ot ground in West Flanders, pre^ , annd imrfi>rH+�ii/iinir with Tfaiv wudejcy, wno was lonneriy � iieuven- eludes a general advance mqvpmeafe wifrre Jid to tt^ S^^^^ ant m tiie Scots Guards retired to the in this locality. ITurthermow. Genet-- with regard to the trans-shipment of ^^^^^^^ .^ent into active service al Jolfre's feeling tactics at other on the commencement ;of the ^rar. ' v pdints have (tuulted ria. no great; Lord Hamilton, brother ot the Pufce gains,, ahi it coAisaqjuentlyi would nois of Abercorn, is also unofficially Mfrbr a sUirprlaiB'it tlie heavi JlSJ^ting Coaldale, Jan. 5.-Shipments of Trmnps Refused Food, Wr^ck d Train, Kill Four ported killed. "MINNESOTA" WILL SOON , BE IN SERVICE AGAIN Seattle, Wash., Jan. 5.-lihe^Oreat _ _ _ Northern liner Minnesptai the largest tory yesterday at __________, _____ cargo carrier on the Pacific and the so,ae of the most sanguinary ilghting during the next iortnigbt; centered on the eastern slopes of the Vosges.- Ii: is downftheserhills; that the French Alpine.Chasseurs, backed by the fam-. ous 75 millimette guns, swept to vic-Steinbach, aftei: The United States .government will not permit it to enter Interstate channels, and It is pr!>bj.ble that eventually siaughtdr will be _ necessary. A^: Bad Precedent The bad. example, of this variance from custom in handling the disease is already apparent. Dairymen all , ^ imine, John Moore, fire boss in num^ hearly'allying handled by the farm- fnA^vhv'^nm^^^^ FERNIE If, in tho event. o!_ijlie_wildly itn-,ber three, north, and John Caufleld; ^rs pnmi.a,v. .Parm ProSncts. T,t^. �*F^ .'1'^*^,'y-^ ,,'!L.:'*" Vr^^."I -^T. "^I^if - - , . , ers company, "Farm probable occurring, Uncle Sam was Avas taken. ' ~ ' ^ ' to throw out his oliestant^ expand, a These witnesses gave evidence strip of Alberta six townships wide ing to the rescue work in'which and as ICQg as the Province is wide Evans and three others were broiiRht pers and buyers, at the border line, would bo.annexed, out of the mine after having be^n This line would extend from the overcome with gas from the cxplo- neigliborhood of the Cypress Hills, ,sion which had occurred .ut about of Cemay, They now hold the heights to the west of town and open the n r ^  4-- Products, Lid. submitted to General Manager Levy, | Fernlp, B.C., Jan. B,T--^h�, mtaage-1 i t^tt r nniNO ovehn^^^ � ..,nt f'� ^- ^.1!' '''�^'^ said the tramps, when ordered awav went of Uie Crow's Nest Pass cSal rSn Jan 5 ~ tKIm war fri^ Iy^ ^'"'' thP'tO'nPf:")' ajj'l.^is giving i the section fireman, threatened tb Co. has signified its Intention of mak- L,^'*"��"'.^/g": ^e latest Siws fwm ich M:r. uaivprsal satisfaction, both to ship-, trouble on the road. The switch ing the bi-monthly pSyda^ pertaan^nt battVfrLt indicate^^^ tat UttS over which the train was derailed, from now on. Upon the occasion^of indicates but Ultie ''�.''1 ce%1.1et�nTrld'ShrdLeasc^ wili ,"^LSfrr.f fboT% t Jpr's request,-shortly after hearing-of iJelir Tex., In^urTug U;"fireman'and ANOTHER WRECK ON KATY Dallas; Tex.. Jan. 5.-The engine , . , . of the Katy Limited, No-. 9, soubh-,.-,.,-,, , . bound trota St. Louis ott the Missouri, and angling Qff into the mountams. Fernie with Mr. Evans, at the lat- Kansas & Texas, overturned near ^n,^rrl^n nr^^^^^^^^^^ towuship 6 rango 1, through south- 7.30 in the .morning. ^PMoH Inrrt? ouL^^th^ PifiiL Ln"' "n Albirta touching Pincher Creek, Mr. Williams went to fected herds, citing the Chicago Inci- ai,erman headquarters declares that future and a safe return. J. v>ou;ft Biiu r. iujDiwujiuo woio ^t,, i,vjjH�nr� ;>* fir� Th� ."The Master Key," a wonderful story ed $5.0q and costs, each by Inspector T^^.^'^'S,** nfi'.fiiM and adventure, of gold and the fight .for a mine. UndskV w'id A." E.^HilJmphriisrTp.', '"ers found Evans Caufiild _ at the barracks la,.t week, on a charge ,'^'ifwJ^ � you re numan enougn lo ?.wte ex- of illegally mining coal on the river W I�oe *'>*b his helmet partly 'citement, If you relish fast heartbeats, bottom. ; TheCPiRivis watching its property on the. river bottom very carefully,. for. the mining has been going on for spme time. : It ,1b. not so muoji the loss of the dqai; but the. danger ot a- cave-In clo^^ ,to the big bridge that keeps,Its t.wo. faours' , (Ct^ntinuefi on pi^f tit- jliko.thrills, make a mental note now to read- this story. , ^ RBAD'II' IN THIS PAPER. , Then'seetlie moving pictures. It Is a western, story tor western men and .Women.* 'the' story is in 'aerial � form And 'ane:htstHlment wilt appear in -the ���rnld^ch--^��k, - -   ?  �   this district and on-arrival in, Eng.- situation in the eastern front re-land applied for a transfer to the mains unchanged and notliing has navy and was assl^ne^ >td the Formld- ^"'�'>"i> London to contradict this able. PART FIRST CONTINGENT TRAINING IN FRANCE Montreal^ Que., Jan. 5.-The artillery and: cavalry in the first contingent a) Salisbury Plain, have; been, sent to the south cf ,Frahoe,to, complete their trainlQKi, aocording to a letterreceived 'here today from an pfflcer with the troopti. The rain' and mud at SfiUSbuvy, it is claimed, mode it,'almost' impossible to carry on manoeuvres,; and horses, as well as* men,were suffering.  _, _    'HAT CITY ENGINEER 4> RESIGNS; BROTHERS .ALL- . GOING TO THE ; FRONT     Medicine HatV Aita., Jan. 6.  --(Spaoial.)-A; Ki Grimner d> has resigned as cityi engtat^er,  owing to the necessity of rer, . 1;i enoe the artillery of the � Getm'a)iB|r?{.)M' . ST^PIPBD fHE.S^PP,i;RR V-*J*!# . 'IFrom 'the Lys'.to Xit Oise'lB'ttoli 08 ;