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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - January 23, 1915, Lethbridge, Alberta WINNlPfela^ WHEAT Cash......- ... J. May.i.,...'...'T.':.........^ I^July ..... v;,v;.^v.-';  139 133 13378 VOLUME vni. WEATHER rr.::^^^::v:^;;::;;/::,r''M^m^ Foricatt: Fair, and cold, ''''' "" ' LETHBRIDGE, ALBERTA. SATURDAY, JANUARY 23, 19L'5 NUMBER 36 FUNERAL OF GARlBALDh-lS ITALY PRO-GERMAN /i^ayi/ 7^r^nc/i Artillery-A Match For the Germans PRIVATE' walker FUNE15AI, b?' TWO Of '/m'- GMaiBXLOr LEGIOM" CITY HALL AXE WAS SHARP AND SALARIES AMOUNTING TO $5,790 ARE AMPUTATED ;^c;h>rles Of the Pri;ice|irJPjitric(a't!. first member of the'Cao*ltl)ln Contingent invalided horne'from^France. He returned by hotpltatsniOwto England after hav-mg contractm|,rheumatl(m in the trehchMv^PHwlfe- Walker was formerly W-Manchjiiliir. He belonged to the King's RoyfRRKIe*- M Official Old Salaty NeAv Salarj' Reduction Mayor Hanlic, .............................. $1,00(J $3,520 Com'tnis^ioner Grace ................................ 3.500 3,020 Commissioner HQid'.................................. 3,500 3,200 City Solicitor Ball................................... 2,400 2,000 City, Cleric.Steven .................................... 1,080 : 1,320 ABsistarit City Ervgineer Adam ............... I,ti20 1,500 City-Assesaor Meeoh .......;.......................... ^,250 3,000 Fire Chief Hardv .............................. 1,080 1,500 Sanitary Inspector Vallaace/............... 1,500 � 1,320 Mine'Foreman-Davis..............�:................. 1,500 ..1,320 Gar Barn Foreman Symon^ls ................... l,50o 1,320 i Street Suporintendeat Morris .................. 1;500 .1,320. Recorder E.O.vatickley......................... 1,200 l',200 � Power Plant. Chief .Enginse? Goellnicht., ,1,800.. ..1,560: Mine-iForeman E.; ITieobaW ..............'.. l,&0p . . 1,320 miiii,^Flcetwood, (Treasurer's 0ept.),..,.tf e activity yesterday of our m-^ Dravcott,'White, Ross and Nelson. Ifantry along almost the entire front The official roll of Princess Patri- devoted to-the repairing of the rJ'f >�s thit Serle^^^^^ damage done to our earthworks by F^anlcs,''of"^'oro;rto. leftSada 2 a' i'^v;"""" of the past tew feSxaiSdi 'aShre^t^otlta ^'i^the region of Lomibaert.yde we , itf Ldt Havward?'20'8''cHnto^^ progressed for a dlstanee of 100 yards. - - " I "In the sectlops of Ypree, Arras, Al- RAID OVER CBOMBl^:^^^^^JjSr it,._.jaii. zir-^iM'^'mm'^:^:''^ way Commissioners took the matter I suited in consiaeraDiei'iossvot lue .a^djuaiiy unfblifgle's' Cromer 'xso'rrespcfed'^^ � � ' The damage to propertyv.One report says vent says the rumor that ;ZeppelfMi;: took part. British � passed over the town is qultei untrjS^fi^ " jVt ten o'clock last night, :tho^^^,c^^^^ respondent adds, the hum of/alroi*K ,">->>"^". "Near 'WeiBenbaoh, Alpine fo'rcgBji.. were .beaten off. Several fleree at-'; tacks in force by the enemy ['feres:; made on Hartmann-Wellerkopt,, but^, they failed to achieve any buc4 ,;s'-t "In the eastern theatre, the^/taj^:' nothing to report from East PruBil*.'j.i ^ "In northern Poland, near P��8n*p| cj an unimportant attack made toy,,t?e.*;' Russians was repulaed. ni%e;!Ri�# have been driven out ot>,BUiuio,M Gojak, and the advancedsRuaslati" sltions have been forced ,^;to W from Gomy. Our attackB7on,v.t cha sector are progreBBing.,'/' , ^, "In tt*e vicinity ot the Ravrka to the west of Sceniclny, a.UveIyTc|4i-;' nonading is taking-Place. . ' � "The (battle at Croix de Carmo*,;' near Pont-arMouBBon Kin Frkn�e) .con-i; tlnues. North ot Senneheim (Cer-, nay) In Aliiaoe, the French were driT-71 ,en iback frdm;a, hill and 130 ;:prlBonent .w^re takem" GERMAN STEAMER :biSCIA DELAYS SAILING Mrs, A. A.; Hammer, 293 MR. S. S,v DUNHAM---. - - 4 ' �"' . ~ ,V V.I  Who wa* elected ThMrBday,a*-.8pi�hd vlce-preaident of the .United- Far'merB of Alberta iii re�6gniftl9n''q('.tHf,>.B.ei'-vlces he is perfor.Wing In .a�|Vat�clno agricultural intereatB/ In ^thiBiBeetjon . ,of Albertai ^ - - J. R. Palmer is acting for ilie plaintiffs and Johnstone & Ritchie for defendants. ' . Thomas Evlsink, charged Avith assault, with intent to do bodily harm,; 'iVas arraigned before the court early, in the .year, and elected to be tried speedily. His trial was set for" tlio 18th, and, he pleaded not guilty, but was convicted and remanded for sentence. He was sentenced yesterday to four months with hard labor. C. P. P. Conybeare prosecuted and R. A. Smith defended. � In the case ot George H.. Mark D. F, (Lloyd, small debt action, judgment lor' $66 with interest and coEts was awarded the plaintiff. ".JH�nry Sergeant was awarded judgment for hie: claim with costs in'.a small debt action .against John Xionedale. In the case of Henry Galvin vs. J. H,^ Stephens) anothei^Bmall debt ac^ tlon, judgment waa reB�rve{|. iie-tt of kln.-lda lldwc, Havolock, Ont. Pte. Rlchai^d Dov.-ney, Toronto, "No. 1 Company, born in England; next of kill-Ap;n"es Downey, 305 Parliament St., Toronto, li; is not possible to cive defmite fllcted,serious damage on the toot uate .an vammunition depot and in-ibridge in front of St. Mlhiel. "In Alsace the infantry fighting in tlio region of Hartinann-W'ellerkopf continues." information about the other soldiers^ reported. Vvoundcd. The name ot Pn-j vatii Drayciitt doe-s liot appcar on tlie o.'Iicial roil,.whiI� there arc two Nelson's/ tWo.'KVhott's,' three Ross', and lour .Wlute'Siin the ,iegi ment. One of the Jatfxsr. is Thomas tVJiite, of Ed-monlon, giving as his next ot kin Ma-.ior ,J..3V. a. McKinev, of the Patricia's, - who is himselt Invalided on sick leave al present. POLAND'S SUFFERING EXCEEDS BELGIUM'S WINNIPEG OFFICERS REFUSE POOR BOOTS . .Winnipeg, Man.^ Jan. 22.-Officers ot .the 2^tii Battalion have refused to accept 300''pairs,'of shoeg for their men BentHby the ,^�overnment contract-ojTsvin eastern Canada. The sole Is fiWea (With glue aiid leather soraplnga, and.,'where the lnat�p should^ be bup-ported ,iby>*-,ittJln steel plate,- a thlii v�neer^,af-iirood h^b been Benio, Switzerland; Jan. 22.--Henry Sieiikewicz, the .novelist, and: Ignanie Paderewslft, the plaftiist:, callpd on the presidb'nt - of. Sjyltz6rland., yesterday, to arrange for the'. eBtablishment, at Lausanne, or an Infematlonal conir mittee; for the' relief of the vlctimp o^ war *in Poland./Adcordlng to Slenke-wicz and, Piderew'sk'i, there ]iaa: been greater -devaBtatio^ in Poland than in Belgli^m. . , ., Jan. ii.-^The Am-,she .will not sail today as had been , intended. A strong northerly wind i blew nearly all night, maklng'thftc^f ?GuW at the harbor entrance :veiySa^ X operation. * ' "'^ * In the eaat, * from the low|r Vistu tjin the Citrpyiilans they were two months ago, all vttoM:i by the Germans to break doWit "fhe-KuBsian resistance seemingly' HaVlBg' failed, and the Russian atteniptVt* driye the Auetro-German;'foroe8 ibadk' to Cracow having inet with a, aiMiir fate. ,  ' � In the north; however, the neWRuB-iian offensive apparently haa^iwrriad: them w*i towaM the, GerMafiif Lbndon, Jan. 23 r-Exiiept.iin AlBace; where Ta stubborn battle,',haB been" )n progress for several .daxs; but which receives only the briefest mention .Jn,; the official reports, the fighting has-been "comparatively 'Blight iOn-; both; eastern and western fronts. 'i'Jiere have been heavy gun � liambardmentB and-fighting for a trench hei'c,�id vhere, but a battle^'Buch, As in' thjB, luviu nw.i ------^---j, , wax iB considered of^ a proportion- tier, without meeting any Beripfis^rs-worthy of extended mention has not-slaUnce. ' ,' >5>A% , SnoW'BlockB RuBBlanB'.-""'^'^'-"- , The developments,m thiB,noi Wbn-"a're consldeied by njUUi^ servers as likely to,he fastew , elBowhere, for the R^BBl^?i,'--i-ln Transylvania 1b ralpbrted been'cheeked by the �p large-Austrian force in't ^hUe'tbe anbw prpvpnt^, vltes going any- further OvpaJhiBnB. arth^urt ,t rhe BOle 18' ^ "iT"* ''"�^'" ""> - ^ operation. ^- vuea guiue i��vfj."'(,^� r scraplnga,  Pairing to sail about noon to-  �>t4>�>�^� remain- in ajbout the 8an's'p08ltlonB}'M.BMmption;.of .thp Joi^grdA ;