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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 1, 1916, Lethbridge, Alberta Efforts of Teutons to1 Form Junction on the Danube Have Been Effect- ually Checked London. Nov. 1. -Mlbougl I.CTMR1DGE. ALBERTA WEKXKSIMY. _.------------ S. WILL NOT CHANGE POLICY IN REL ATIONJ01UB. WARF "DeutschlancT Docks at U. S. Port for Second Have War Equipment London Conn.. Nov o. commercial submarine Hie Hiiinanians were unable to Hie arrived hero earlj (he Uimuini.ll mletin stem Von ie ensc, completing Her second royal! Mackensen s (HIM IU ,.mAm of mushn.s r Dobrudia. they are Great Britain ar.d Franco SMASH AGAINST more than coping with Von Fal- They have only to hold the en- emy in Transylvania to prevent sides of the Atlantic. P-inl Koenig. who was ill commani. iluring her first trip to Baltimore, the Deiitschland left Bremen on October 10 and tied up at tlie berth prepared for her here at 2.35 o'clock this morn- i The German submarine entered the Ihe m -i- GGrmaIi submarine entered me pears lo be the Teuton plan, shortly after midnight, n a junction on the upper, come u.j.y l_J l.OIiy tJuinm. D'Uiuhe It would be lllo Forwarding company, as- i M'lckensen to (-nts for her owners, had ii tug each and useless loi point. ready to advance up Danube unless j mcot tlu. but tlie tug was some progress was made Transylvania. For the last len; days ihe Russians and Ruma- nians have been doing little more than holding their among the mountain passes, j had been at Tl.nv h-ive driven Ihe enemv her dock here for a number of weeks. 1 he> 11.1SL (HIM-" ,lkillg alTiVai of tiie German Jmarhie let her searchlights play the water making a path by whlei- travelled to he somc Darning of the Dcutsch comlinnv by health back a considerable distance at several points. In the far north, in Moldavia, the Teutons were completely routed from the frontier. Heavy lighting has been taking place in the last few days in Szurduk-pass. On Sun- day the Teutons admitted their left' wing bad been driven back, but il is iiow reported IhaMhe battle has ended in a brilliant viclorv for the Rumanians. The ii'ir "stay in Germany, Teutonic forces were from the frontier, losing much ot atato when she ......i visited Baltimore in July. Cargo of Dyes New London, Conn., Nov. Gorman submarine IDe'jtschlnnd, which arrived here this morning uuiv. Bremen after what was said to he an uneventful voyage of 21 days has a cai-o of 7511 tons of dye stuff, .medi- cines and chemicals. A gang of steve- dores was prepared to remove the car- go, but permission has yetcbeen i granled by the o SATTtE USE.' n ZB S aded area include. the whole gain made by the ermans n h m rened by h. n h m o of b ncd back on the east o darer shaded area indicate the I O D. E. PAPER DAY ON SATURDAY ___ bothj Under ('.antniii i le Deutschland Captain Koenig said that ho had ex- nected to leave Bremen on October 1. but that his boat was injured in a collision, and forced to put back for repairs, which delayed her sailing for 10 days. Another Problem ..Washington, Nov. l.-The board o naval experts probably will be directed 10 inspect the submarine Deutschland to make certain that no war equip-, ment was placed aboard the sub- ii Distinguished Visitors to Deliver Public Addresses on Behalf of British Navy and many prisoners ill Along the whole front of the Alps the enemy has been shaken by Rumanian blows. Four Battalions Annihilated London, Nov. man forces have retired from the region of C.ampnlniig in nor- the regon o ampum .ranc inalll them Huniimia. pursued by lVms'ch Eastern Forwarding i. li-.vo assed! were communicative a.s to Kunuinians, who have passed over the frontier in the move- ment, according to a dispatch from Bucharest. Four hostile battalions were annihilated by Ihe Rumanians. Make Big Capture Bucharest, via London, Nov. Rumanians have driven back further the Auslro-C.erman r ri ui mo t Company, were communicative as to the details of the trip across the At- lantic, hut they promised to see the newspapermen late ill the afternoon. Thev'pleaded that they were too busy witli the details of unloading. A let- ter to Count Von Rernstorff, German ambassador, was brought by the Deutschland. The letter was sent to Washington by special messenger this afternoon. On her trio of 21 days the Dcutschland submerged oiu> 1-0 miles near the English coast. If the crew saw any British or French war- Capt. the Hon. Rupert Guinness, R.N., and Lady QWandolins Guin- ness, who are touring Canada in aid of the recruiting campaign for the British navy; will reach the1 city tomorrow morning in the pri- vate ear Champlain. They may be taken for a drive about the city At 12.30 Capt. Guinness 'Will be entertained by the Board of Trade at luncheon in the Chinook Club, and at which he will speak. At 4.45 Lady Guinness will be en- tertained at the Chinook Club tea rooms by the Alexander Gait chap- ter of the Daughters of the Em- pire, and at which she will speak. At B.30 in the evening, Capt. Guin- ness will address a public gather- ing in the Y. M. C. A., and his talk on the navy should be heard by everybody who can find it pos- sible to he present. His address will be an entertaining one, as well as an appeal for recruits for the navy. Will all who have been, and still are, so kindly savin? old paper, Jnasazine.-i ami books for the Saturday collection take note of these poi'it.--: 1. No wrapping paper, nor scraps of paper are worth ship- ping to the mills from this dis- tance. Tie all newspapers and magazines in flat bundles. By flat we mean fold your news- papers, the size they are when delivered at your house, and tie in bundles. Remember that even one bundle, no matter how small, will be very accept- able. Dp not tie newspapers and in the same ..Dundle; make separate bundles of the different kinds of paper. 1 Early next Saturday morning place the bundles out- side of your house in some con- spicuous place. Better'still, it you have a motor, take them, and nossihly some bundles of ___ _... w ing Sinking of The Herald Says Wilson Must Sever Relations With Germany Or Be Defeated in Coming Elections Washington. Nov. 1.- Secretary Lansins authorized Ilif. formal .statement today that the progress of the political campaign v.-ould ni no way all'ecl the investigation of the submarine attacks, and Hull there had been no change in the United Stales govern- ment's polic.v. Meanwhile Count Von BernslorlY, German ambas- sador sent a wireless dispatch to bis government asking that be be furnished by wireless with all details available regarding Ihe. sinking of the Marina. Secretary Lansing's statement follows: "The fact that the political campaign is in progress will in no way alVect tlie. practice of the administration in negotiating. mid in making full investigation of cases of this sort. We shall do it, as we always have, with as much celerity as possible, i "I wish also to make another statement of a matter which i Ins been brought to my attention. The question lias been raised as lo whether tlie policy of the president or the department in iro-ard lo submarine warfare since the Sussex was sunk, lias changed. I wish to say emphatically that there lias been no change in any particular.'1 Secretary Lansing made it plain also that no decisive action would be taken until Germany has an opportunity to reply to the inquiry, for her version of her attacks on the Marina and Ruwan- more senl lo-llio. embassy at Berlin were said lo ask for an investigation by Germany and not for an explanation. It was not meant to indicate that the United Stales believed it Bank Clearings Barometer of had any proof 'that Germany bad violated her D _..... luivf hPOl Healthy Permits Increase Jill V UUl i l 111 L iiinnj .11...-. i No -iltidavits of United Stales survivors have been received, but they are. expected to'hegin arriving.shortly. The.department ________ lvls requested that they be cabled immediately. OtUcials ol .the Lethbridge bank clearing, passed j embassy scorned inclined today lo regard the case as the three and one-half million mark olu. seriousness, shouUlil he shown that the Manna, in the.month just .closed, of the pledges given to'the United A1 sam-e ijmc jr.was made clear that Couni rIV docs not believe pledges have been violated. Y crease in clearings Lethbridge will Y pass many other Canadian cities with- in tho next couple of months, and for iiuu Yiits population will rank as one of the yoilr'neighbors to the Metals, busiest cities In Canada. In fact, at Ltd., warehouse, 1221 2nd Ave. present time, the clearings are Some of the high school and Central boys have also kind- ly offered their services, and they will be there to unload. Any bundles that are not gathered up in this way will be taken to tho same warehouse on drays some time during the day. lllti IJlcauin. L.iiiu. ---------.u- higher than those of any other city X g proportion to its population. Customs figures for the month show MRS. FAIRBANKS DEAD Indianapolis. Oct. Jlary Fairbanks, mother of Charles Warren Fairbanks, Republican vice-presiden- tial nominee, died suddenly here last light. Mrs. Fairbanks was S7 years back further llierttistro-uc! on htjr Captain forces in the .Mill region of not admit it. "At ai Vransylvanian fronl, and are they-m not 5ee Is v her trip, Captain KoenlE my rate, juoted as continuing the pursuit, the war ofliec announced today. They have captured more than BOO men and a great quantity of war materials. Teutons Get Villages Pclrograd via London. Nov. 1. Anslro-ncrinan forces have occupied the Rumanian villages of Rachovitza ami Titechti. about 11 miles south of Hothenthnrm Pass on the Transyl- vunian front, according (o today's Rus- iiaii official statement, the Rumanians retiring-a little to the south. DENVER DOES WELL Denver Col.. Oct. bank- ers last night amiouncud that approxi- mately of the new 000 BrUish war loan to be flouted In thh country would be taken by Den- ver bunkers. One-third of this sum has been subscribed, they said. Many Civilians Killed London. Nov. Astiuith n a written reply to a question-iii tlie House of Commons today said: "The lumber ot British civilians killed, drowned and wounded by the enemy follows: Killed or died of wounds or ck 5S9, drowned 3014, injured PASTOR RUSSELL IS DEAD :an increase of 15 per cent, over those of last year. The figures are not so high as they have been ill immediately preceding months, but this is account- ed for by the fact that the year's sup- iply of farm machinery has been de- jlivered for some time. The figures for October laili are as against for the correspond- ing month last year. Building permits are more than four great this year as last but Clnadian Texas Oct neither year shows any great activiti Taze Husse'll known as "Pastor" Rus- j in building. The figures for the month laze itusseii, ki 10 S9240 and for October bernstorii uoc.s not jjcuot, ambassador will not call at the stale department until be receives u reply to the message sent his government unless he should be called in by Secretary Lansing. MUST BREAK OFF RELATIONS New York, Nov. New York Herald in a brief editorial, on the sinking of Ihe Marina, oft' the British Isles, says: "If the merchant steamship Marina was sunk without warn- in" and the lives of United Slalesers lost or jeopardiml, the United Stales government must pronounce. Ihe attack a violation of ihe law and the pledges of Prussianism, as President has saitl, and would mean the severance of diplomatic relations "If Mr. Wilson acts -promptly, and breaks off diplomatic relations, be will almost, certainly be re-elecled. If Mr. Wilson hesitates and delays and resorts lo more iiote-wntmg, he will certainly not be elected." s. independent minister, editor j just closed-_a of the Watch Tower, and prominent author of studies on the scriptures, died this afternoon on a passenger train en route from Los Angeles to New York. Heart disease was given as the cause. Patriotic Week Planned in Preparation for Campaign i i vh'Tt will be The president will he responsible for A patriotic week f jjn conduct of the campaign in the! of patriotic city itself, and the vice-president for giving into everv resident of the city, the campaign in the country portion Sn .reparation for a week of canvass- of the Lethbridge riding. The cam- 11 prejiaiduuu rnmmittep. w ast year Hun Subs, to Carry Mails Also States that Russian Attacks in Galicia Were a Failure Advance Berlin, via Sayville, Nov. An at- tack made by British troops on the front in the vicinity of Ciom- r loth; itHoUc committee will arrange vicinity of Coi.r- fund will bo held commencing next the various captains of teams for he J t ht broke Slav. the actual canvass- canvass, each captain to secure his tir0] UK war office Tobacco Fund innA will ho held commencing next tlie various cnuiaiiib ui iu, A] lav Nov Cth the actual canvass- canvass, each captain to secure his campaign to' open on own helpers. November 1-ith. i The question of the women receiving by thc Drlllsu Patriotic week, or publicity from the fund and earning other; for the patriotic fund, will probably monoyt waa' discussed and a gtrong cfforl ,_ nnpprrhfts in the (inn a.lnntprl iinanimonslv that no re- voclpi Washington, D. C... Nov. Post Office department is prepar- ed to accept the proposal submit- ted by Count Von Bernstorff, Ger- man ambassador, that tht mails between this country and Germany be transported in merchant sub- marines. Announcement to this effect 'was made today by Otto Praeger1, second assistant posfr master-general. today Vain efforts also ware irade bv the British to advance HIP .irt-Lcs Boeufs line. strong efforts were made by the Russians yesterday, to recapture poi 1- Tpnight at the Orphcum, Em- press and Starland theatres, F, R. Jones, of the Canadian Sol-, diers' Tobacco Fund, will .en-jLeUibridgc lighten (he audiences on the op- Joard of eralions of this fund and appeal to therri to give it their loyal and j It waE necifled also that the names ofiicial statement, .but v. ere ile. -atU stimulate a spirit of giving tor tlu.; of who agrec to subscribe to the with heavy losses. The cuu u patriotic tlllld that will result m an- a Bmmmt Or their promis- announced an .important 8ii-...eai in in other record ot donations for the fund l as Uumania. Austro-Germnn troops pe.e. the c as was created by Lethlmdgo mat at tliultrated Rumanian positicns ueai fpst year. I close of the year a list be published deal road, capturing In cannon. nu The best meeting ever held ny Mie] names of contributors scyeiileen machine guns. lictually been paid on night6 pteA-' Roanmore Tried to Eicape London, Oct. 31. The Britisll steamer Roaumore from Baltimore to Liverpool sunk last week by a sub- marine, attempted to escape from the attacking undersea boat, but the lat- ter continued to shell the ship, after she stopped, according to affidavits from members of the crew procured jy the United States consul, at Liver- pool. Principal details of the sinking extracted from a number pt affidavits are as follows: "On October 26, at o'clock in the morning the steamer was 130 miles from Pastnet. when shells began to burst about her. A moment later the lookout saw the submarine's helm put bar a-port, bringing the attacking craft directly astern. Early in the chase two shells struck the bridge. Pursuit continued until 9.30 o'clock, five or six shells in the meantime striking the steamer. The captain ol Ihe Hoanmore stopped his engines and hoisted sisneis, that lie intended to abandon the ship, but the submarine continued to shell her as boats were belli" lowered, and when they were in the water the .occupants were drenched by sprays from fall ag shells' Tlie submarine then headed i'for tlio life boats, while one of the officers shouted "get out of our way or we will run you but swerv- ed when near the boats, passed them Paris, Nov. village of Barakli-Aiunia in the Struma sec- tor of the Macedonian front, was captured last night by British troops. They inflicted heavy loss- es on the Bulgarians, the war of- fice announced today, and took 300 prisoners. generous support. Mr, is a good speaker and the audi- ences will find his short address full of interesting-information. Lethbridge should be aroused lo give more (o the Tobacco Fiind, and after tonight's meetings there ought to be generous con- tributions to this fund. trp.rie rooms last r of the committee were pros ent 'and all phases of the patriotic fi'lld were discussed. Plans were dis- cussed for thc big campaign. On Jlon- MARKETS Spot wheat cussed for thc nig campaign. >JM opui day Nov 1 after the week of pub-1 Local track wheat llclt'v a meeting of the fuii committee i December wheat will'be held in the board of Dec. Oats.................... rooms to arrange final details for the Local track oats............ canvass. December flax Messrs. S. .I. .Shepherd. Frank ningtoi and D. H. tllton were appoint WEATHER cd a publicity committee, and the. paign committee includes the public- High......................... itv committee, and President Grace. Low Vice-president G. B. Jlackay, Secre-', Foreoa.t: Fin. with little lary Harmon ami Treasurer Poterson.! temperature. French Advance Paris. Nov. l.-Norlh of tIir.Spn.ine last night, French troops ai the neighborhood, og Les war office announced today, t-e troops maJe an attack at bain liscl, but were driven back aft I violent encounter. British Success 246% on'the enemy trenches 54 northeast of'Festubert and in the li eishborhood ot Messines. There was 'r intermittent hostile shelling on our front south at tlie Ancre river. sra.n ticliew. nl.lv oe drowned. mu _... fnrtHei- remanded from lime to t.me noaninol.e Was ordered on board nit his brother Lloyd is brought back lhc subraariM. but declined to.obey, from Salt Lake City. It is understood alUlollgh the command was tlia latter is now willing lo waive- ex-, m a revolver, was pointed at raditiou and will bo brought back. ilis'heall. After the captain had been "hortlv taken on board the submarine fired a CARNEGIE BUYS SUMMER HOME Ins neau. uiu tui.n.... taken on board the submarine fired a torpedo at the Roanniora, which sanl: her The submarine submerged, anil was not seen again. About three Pittsneld, Mass.. Oct. lloure iater the crew was picked up. Carnegie has purchased of S P Had a Gun Counted ter of Savannah Ga the Slmdov, Q Q_ afndavlts Brook estate in Lenox will oc 8urmora ot cupy it as a summer home lite steamer Manno Is said to involve over 000 Sha the MHK n ;