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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - January 12, 1915, Lethbridge, Alberta May \. July .. 133 137 13 WEATHER h'9h ..................... ^j^- Low ,............... ...� ^4^, Forecast: Colder; local snow*;-' LETHBRIDGE, ALBERTA, TUESDAY, JANUARY 12, 1915 NUMBER 26 SHIPPING TO WEEKLY 0ISTRESS AND SQ IN GERMANY- liberals of Lethbridge All Ready for Tomorrow-Officers Chosen GEO. McKAY, PRES. German Cruiser Damaged by Mine in Baltic-Japs After Eitel Friederich If iwal supporters of the government'a* Ottawa had any lingering suspicion that they were going to get the jumP'on the Liberals of Leth-brlgge'by. breaking the truce and put- ' iting a niati in the field to contest tlie much^alked-of coniihg election in the interests of, the Conservative party, :tliey would have been rudely awalten-ed if-fchiBy bad-takftnJa peep into the Liberal jprlmary meeting in the S.O. E. hall last evernhg.;'It wJas a figfhtr ing bundji assembled there, one hundred or more of them-Liberals from every section of the pity -who rallied to the call when they perceived the attempt of the government supporters to beat them to it. Liberalism is not dead in Leth-.bridge, not even, displaying the old-age sign. Laurier supporters surprised even themselves by the numbers in , which thw-stricken city is thrown out by her next sentence. Slie says: "We have already expect-'Od the Russians to enter Berlin betqro this (November 19), but that scare is over." It is declared that such a concession would have been satisfactory two | Lo^aon^ Jan. 12.-The ereat armies-, years ago, wlien the subject.' .diS:, ^j^g eastern and western c'-ssed at tlie London conference, ,but ,^jgj,^s o� tl,e ^ar, by artillery ex-rj that now, after a -svar in which her p^anges, sapping operations ahdv life and independence were risKed, French attacks continue to be aligped"-.,,, Servia could not accept a jjort ,or a. tj^^y .^yg^e on Janu-'' strip of coast. What she ntr�C�islm.8,, j^j^.^ry^hei* the dlB>positioaf it is said, are the Servian regions pos- j._ i,,,n,,, ^,m,Ti� nt : 1o...-, ------Z,, seems to be awaiting the coming oL amongst; Igessed by Austria, lncludinr'B,qs.nia,.^Bems^xo^^^^^^^^ ^^^^b ^^^^^ ^^^^^^ WILHELM, THE GREY-HAIRED KAISER-TMs^photograph of the Lm-peror of Germany, was taken about a month ago.. .#s hair is almos. g^ey, and his face is deeply lined His troubles havejbten man^ and now -is a cap-sheaf, Italy is tottering on the brink of war-^ot for, but against the busted "Cripple" Alliance. j ; ,� " SHORTAGE OF FARM LABOR IN YORKSHIRE London, Jan. 11.-The scarcity of farm workers in north and east York- , shire is now most serious and the | education authorities are being petitioned to free,the lads from school in order to assist the farmers. V. .,'n into the field, events promise| ) move more quickly. ' '^'2 Great Britain is now sending thdusS* ands of men to France every weeji'i. and according to today's report irojSf'^ �Berlin,'"Germany, aware of this,; ;iei&" makiftg great military preparation's?;; for a counter movement. All'the ret^ serves � are being called to the coloiisiS it is declared here, ond the furthet'P statement is made that the Oerm'aa' generals are gathering up the reSnSp T J T -.r. r,,"r' "m,----1 assumo activc direction u� all theM London, Jan. 12.-Tiie London Times ramDaiB.n-Geo. B.-McKay. First Vioe-Pres.-A. Williamson. Sacond Vice-Pres.-rB. B. McCarty, Th.itdVioe-Prcs.-Louis Moore. Fourth Vice-Prcs.-rP, W. Downer. Sec.-Trcasi-Qep. E. A. Rice. Executive commit1.oe-R. E. McAr-. thur; -John Craig, J. W. Bawdon, C, S.' Donaldson, A. V. Gibbons, J. Harris, "H.;VOstlund,W.H. Peebles,-H. Mtitson;  J. ,B. Wilkio, Wm. Knowl-den^VO, H. Kerr,' W. L. WCenzie, J. K: PMnier^nv, J. HivSlceith, E. -J. Sehl,Win, Lloyd, Gordon RosS', R. "� B. Mq'rdeii, B/ U..;.Rylands. � ' *� pas� ':�)� � '' '-^ � ciation . I'jf 11. Patron-Sir W, Laurier. lion. Presidents-W. A; Buchanan, M. P., A. J. McLciari, M.L.A. . President-L. T. .Westlalce... First 'Vice-President-E. Brown. Second Vice-Pres.-J. T, Wlllard. Secretary-Carl Cook. Executive Committee-S. J, Lay-ton, A. Bateman; W, W. Douglas, J. Marsh, D. Malo. -,: - ^ The^delegates-appointed tp reprc- cents, came to light in the council meeting this morning, when a lettsr from the gas company to Solicltpr.' Ball was read. * It appears that former Industrial; Commissioner Tracy- received the as-, surance of Mr. McLeod, then mamlg-ing director lor the company, that th& 15 cent rate would apply permanenfijf; AVhen Mr. Marinaro got Ms bill loii October for $33.GB, he-forwarded his cheque for ?29.70, the amount due on sent Taber at thcLethhridge Conven- the 15 cent basis, asking lor an ex tion are: L. T; .Wcstlake, W. W. � planatlon. The co.mpany replied that Douglas, E, Brown and ^ ton. ^ J. Lay-1 the 15 oe-nt rate was aplicable only for the summer, that'is to say frdin May until September, and that the directors had decided that 20 cents Was more beneficial to them. At this I time Mr. -Marinaro 'was politely in CIVIC NOMINATIONS AT FERNIE' YESTERDAY , Fernie, B.C., Jan-, ll.-r-(Spe.Pial.)--] ff"he"d'ldn't come through Nominations for civic officers took ^ balance, y 96, before Novem- place today, and the following are the " ^j- ^ ^^uld make other nominees for mayor and aldermen for � " the ensuing year; Mayor-Thomas Uphill and W. J. J. Morrison. For aldermen-'Wm. Roblchaud, Robert Walton, Wm. 'Jackson, James B. iMarsham, H. E .Barnes,: Sam Gra- plans as the gas wou'ld be cut off He appealed to the council, and City Solicitor Ball'wrote to the company, asking for the 15 cent rate, according to contract. His letter was forwarded early in December, but the company E. -Marsham, II. E .Barnes. Sam Gra- paid no attention to it, and a second ham, Aubery Snow, L.E Brooks, wm. was directed to them. This Bird, Hugh Car ile and A. A. McBean ' ^^^^^ ^U^^ to, staling that Mr. Tracy G. G. Henderson. James Brooks and 3,,*igbt to tell Mi. Mannaio that Thomas H. Wiilllams were elected by acclamation for the three vacancies on the school board, BULLETIN London, Jan. 12, 6,35 p.m.-Special dispatches from Rome today say t(jat Turkey has agreed to the demands of Italy In connection with the Hodelba incident.. According to these adylces, Turkey. has ordered the >release of British Vloe-Consul Richardson; who was arrested in .the Italian Csnsulate at^Hodelba, and has pr^miasd to pMP-,l8h'the soldiers^whovb'roke Into the Consulate,, as well as to salute the \.l>.y^J .^J^..-- -, ,----CI----------- ------^ had no right to tell 'Mr. Marinaro that he would receive the 15 cent rata, and that the new rate ' was such that .if Mr. Marinaro took advantage of the discount, he would get his gas for 17 cents. The' company, on looking up its correspondence found, however, that the promise of 15 cent gas had been � made by their Mr. McLeod; but that the rate card was label'ied "1913 Summer Rates;" , When Mr., Marinaro emerged from the debris, he was minus a contract, and plus an Increase of 5 cents in his rate, without any warning whatever MYISIID OF THE oess'itate; . '.s-'K  Giormany stiU claimS; that she v'.wp making slow progress^ towards snoi in jiiuaiuiiu as a di>j.� � v � -  saw. There have been' published .-iiiilj "Lieut.-Col. West desires us_ to, say. .Lc.,don, however, reports tji'at-. Hthi8| that he is alive and well.' nnpi.otimi i.s merelv masking "moytf^ So' Says G. Marinaro, a Native of Naples-Hopes She Strikes Blow Soon AND SHE IS ALL READY ,tte-'sariie.:'tim6' they ' dra*'i?a?^liii|iid^ ............ .tb-the fact that Russians must feel^' LITTLE CHANCE SUGAR for FACTORY Will Italv go to- war with the Allies �>. . _ Perhaps before this reaches the i eye ' >' of the reader, she may have declared : war on Turkey. !�> Lethbridge's most prominent native of sunny Italy; Mr. C. Marinaro, for- ? merly of Naples,-gives some.interest- > d( ing sidelights on Italian national life, ? is Raymond, Alta., Jan. 11.- The Leader says:; "While' official informationisvBtill tock-: ing, latest advices ; from the . south indicate that Raymond's chances of holding the factory are very slim. A message is -momentarily expected announcing the decision of the direct'^' ors. It has not yet arrived, and it may be that the telegram sent by Ray Knight to his father relative to delaying a final decision until Canada is heard from, may have the desired effect. 'Uncle''Jesse/ our only hope, aS most all. iradS11'to"nia\iirg'the"imqiialified ? the other directors seem deter LtateSent that his countrv will join ? m ned to move the-plant. S^tmpaign^to smothir the Eu- ? ^'^ay ^^ig v en seen^ $ | =rW;^,ow" trat'^" is"apparerit J ropean dragon,,, Wilhelm IL I gope whatsoever." ? that the full force pi the enemy's > > > .> THEM GUESSING SIR GEORGE PERLEY TO . Bp '^INVESTED TOMORROW Lo^'ddn, Jan,^12.-Sir George Per-ley Tsdll attend at B\icWngham Palace irrow- to ibe Invested with his : Wfl.8hln^'ton, D.C, Jan. 12.- ? President Wilson declared to- ? 'day ;that' he was uot thinking; ? ofcfljiiibuncingihls candidature