Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 14, 1915, Lethbridge, Alberta
ASKS GERMANY TO DISAVOW INHUMAN ACT? OF OFFICERS IN SINKING GIANTJLUSITANIA U.j'S. Note Imperative in Demand for "what repar- ation is possible" for Loss of American Public Anxiously Awaits Berlin's Reply THE GERMAN "WARNING" REPUB. LISHED IN NEW YORK PAPERS AFTER THE LUSITANIA DIS- ASTER Total Canadian Casualties, All Ranks, Now Total Nearly Ottawa. Out., -May is no abatement in the lists of casualties which conljmie to come in from the battle of Laugheniarcii, in which the Canadians were so heavily engaged about lite end o[ April. So far the casualties among all ranks, killed wounded and missing, total 3616. O this total 'JH are officers and 3.102 other ranks. Officers killed In action total "5, and. other ranks 383. Offi- cers wounded total J81, other ranks In addition, there arc so far aS of- ficers missing; and 403 men Specially heavy lists of missing ap- pear among the ranks of the and 14th (Montreal) and the loth High- landers Tt cannot he de- inltely ascertained whether these men are prisoners or dead. There will undoubtedly bo man} dead at points outside the Allies Sine's, and the identification tags .Mil not be forwarded from Germany for some lime, possibly. GERMANS BAYONET WOUNDED St Thomas, Ont., May vate George B. Johnson of the 1st Battalion, wounded at Langne- marcq, in a letter to his parents, says he law Germans bayonet the Canadian wounded on the battle- field. Mike Lastuk, a miner of No. 0, w the victim ol a painful accident this morning. He was pinchcu netwcei two cars and his thigh was badl; lacerated. He was taken to Gal hospital by the ambulance and hi vouncls dressed by Dr. Galbraith. A serious accident occurred on Msa at the >omo ot when Michael Biqanan, his brott.et- when Micae in-law :who lives in Colcman, stepped V down Teeter in the dark He missed is -footing and fell on the concrete oor on liis head. He sustained a se- vere Rash in the head and his spina column was practically ruptured He was removed to Gait hospita whore Doctor Galhraith attended. Mi Brennan is now in a serious condi- tion, having lost the use oi his low- er limbs. He is making slow gress. _ Dr.Hewetson is Chief Medico at Calgary Camp Creek, Alta., May Plncher Creek is uroud today in th appointment of Major Heweteon t tha.t of principal, medical officer of th big" camp at Calgary. Although Majo Hewetaon .has of late.resided in Ca gary, he is considered..-a Pinch Creek old-timer, and citizens of tt old town have reason to a considerab amount of pride in having not only native townsman in command, b also in having several prominent 0 fleers from the town and district, ai not one whit less is the pride in h manly boys who fill the rank and fi Staff-Sergeant Upton will accon pany Major Hewetson to Calgary; D Milihurn of MaCleod will act as re mental medical officer; Dr. Gillesp will attend the medical needs of Sauadron while here. Washington, May 14. -The Rovern- ncnt and people oi the I'liitcd States Loday turned expectantly toward Her- li lorimit no- by Ihciinivrial G ii Government, ve.ocls Sly-] tire rini: of Grout Britain. n[ :MH-lit her :fc. arc lialJc tr, jili'Struolion in "liters and llmt trnvcllers sailing in !war oil ct Great 'Unl'iin tit" try" says the writer, who adds that he has been many years away from Germany, and Is under no obligation to it in respect of military services. and let in a way no FARMER, PLOWING, KILLED BY SHOT ve lhe uome. ana iet aavc These" words will run round the world millionaire's millions could ever do.'' MEMORIAL TO AMERICAN DEAD _____ London, May committee of er and farmer of North vvajsiagi oj vlctlms of tne Cun- er anu laimei ui was mnrdered yesterday afternoon by an unknown man while he was plow- ing The body was found by his wife with a bullet wound in the head. Rob- bery is thought to have been the mo- tive. ard liner Lusitania. 5Ir. Page favored the proposal en condition that there be no speecnw. The service probably will be aeia M St. Paul's.