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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 2, 1915, Lethbridge, Alberta Interest in Elections Cen tres on Efforts to Secure Womens VotesPro hibition Also Issue New The interest i elections being in Un states to day appeared to centre in the propo sitions tor granting suffrage to wo submitted to the voters of New Pennsylvania and Massachu setts voters ot Mary land and Kentucky are also balloting for governor and othtr state whifestatewide prohibition is the feature ol the Ohio elections aw other itate or local1 issues are before the people of New Jersey Mississip Michigan and In many instances the woman suRrage ques tion appeared to be tin chief issue end the proposed new constitution lanved second In New York City we at ever poll inn Mild fair wntber also prevail flhrougk and a heav early rote A spirited mayoralty contest i Philadelphia to the general in terest tfce There was much interest in the gu in Kentuckj am te warm weathe Mroagkout the state caused politl ciau to predict a vote much aho Matewide prohibition is the m voters m many ooafonted JH questions DEIROI VOTING Mich S This oitr if the municipal ownership plan hem voted on today will be th first in the United States to own an operate entire street railway sys teni For yean Detroit has re sounded with arguments for an againstttie plan Chicago and Cleve land adopted settlement ordinance for the time bein at leaaVmumcipuI In Sa and Seattle only a com paratively small proportion of th is owned andopera ted by th L 10 the plan must receive sixty per cent affirmative vote For efforts of the loca Uactloa company to obtain new fran chise grants As a resul while the population has increase with Beat rapMityt street car se Tier has not kept and the refer endum therefore is said to hav aroused the personal Interest ol mos of the voters The lines have bee operating lot the most part on daytodiy with ticket selling seven for a quarter at a itimee except during the two rush pe jj tnr s Barter tic on a few mm m Pingree threecent fare linen are the eight Jor a quarter tickets good at til hours T itimes except BUTUM nwu L when eight tor a quarti ets must be Only oi miles track onthe old Vatician is Said to Have Authentic News oi the Death of Frederick GIRL AS TRANSPORT DRIVER Lieutenant formerly employ d in the Post Office in West Kenslng who holds a ommission in the Womens Emer transport gency and who has dailybeen appointed as driver at the Dardanelles via Crown Prince Frederick William of Gsrmany is according to a Rome dispatch to the Gazetta del whose correspondent asierts he was informed oy a diplomat accredited to the Vatican that the news had been received by the secretary of state in a cypher message from Papal Nuncio at the It said to have refused but to have assured the correspon dent that the news wai Public Meeting at Knox Tonight It Is the duty of as many citi zens as possible to attend the public In Knox church this evening for the purpose of organizing a society for ception and care of returned Every organization In the city be well so that the fullest opportunity may be had for obtaining the ex pression opinion of citizens iii this Important and secur ing suggestions for the organiza tion of a proper body to perman ently deal with the Miiyor Hardie will The problem of giving care to the returned soldiers will soon become an acute and proper should be taken as soon as possible to get an organ ization BER 1915 ASQUITH TAKES RESPONSBILlW FOR DARDANELLES MISTAK 13 MULLED IN IENEMI FIRE EC BUT IS OPTIMISTIC OF FUTURE Tells of Effective Work of Submarines in Sea of Marmora and Says Dardanelles Campaign was Necessary to Keep Turks from Men in the VHEKTYEU OF THRILLS through with publishing records of wheat yields Sere is report from one which IE an eyeopener D It Talbot of Diamond City reports yield of 2070 bushels of Marquis 18 an average of 74 bushels per acre This is something of a record breaker for the Lethbildge Talbot has threshed already something like 6800 bushels of grain from his and U not finished yet His oats are also yielding Thir In his address be fore the House of premier Asquith stated that Field Marshal Sir John commander of the British forces on the Franco Belgium front was now in command of neariy one million Asquith said Hie total casual ties in Prance and Flanders amount ed to He asserted the Germans had not made a net gain of a foot of ground since The his full share of responsibility lor the fiist attack DaidanelleSj refcmtcd m DaidanelleSj wc refcmc m teen persons of whom six were j tie Ioss of several three women1 and four lost tflj ships He said this attack was their lives a fire which destroyed made after full investigationand con a three storev brick tenement house suitation with naval and it at Sixth street near the water front in early j millljs Of the governmentis principal Leihbndge Pioneer Dies in Calgary cumstances over which he had no the delay had the advan tage of enabling him to receive warn ings and counsels from every Ke would disappoint many expecta ho the least ex pectations of those who thought he ought to appear as a or as a penitent in a white he lid not propose to adopt either He intended to describe as far as possible the actual and prospective position to thena which is as determined today as it has ever been to prosecute the war to a successful and which trusts the by whomsoever to use to the attainment of that purpose He continued It is true today that some parts of the horizon are over This like all other has been fruitful of surprises and The movement calls for three things a proper sense of a limitless stock pa a limitless stock of pato do more than cope w e in and overflowing reservoirs of lah attack on which was de courage of of agreement between Great Britain arid Asquith said there was i ing named after His onlj daugh The several hundred people who jsthc wile ol Clem Nim fllled Knox church to capacity last son Nimmons ol evening were treated to a most city l thrilling and extremely enlightening The newshas reached the city tlie death of Mr C M in Los Cal Be was France to maintain the independence one ot the pioneers this MtarZs combination of Austria and naval Reviewing work of the British submarines in the Turkish the Premier said that in the Sea of Marmora they ihad sunk or damaged two five one who kept our enemies supplied daily torpedo eight transports and 197 with a diet of falsehoods supply ships The he had At the Dardanelles Turning to the operations in for the launching of which Winston Spencer then First Lord or the was attacked so strongly in many quart Asquith saiii From the mo ment Turkey declared it was im possible to concentrate operations solely on the western The Turks threatened our Russian Allies and The advent of Turkey produced a great effect in the Balkan and the government hadto face a question which was not merely In a great war like this determine the policy entirely by naval imd military Some it is not ne cessary to run risks which clear naval or military considerations would have warned you In we not sufficient military forces available in to do more than cope with the The questlpnof a naval Mi Asnuith referred to the small tack in the Dardanelleswas then cprij coterie of professional and after full naval including the ad no intention of concealing subject to the one overriding condi tion that its disclosure not assist Great Britains nor iddition in North Lethbridge be India and in the Harcourts delivered m LOCAL CELESTIALS OF Looal members of the Chinese na tional which the movement against the establishment of a monarch in and endeav oring to maintain a been notified of the resolution which has started m Cbma by the repub licans Telegums were recehed here yesterdaj from the league in San telling of the capture of two provinces m China by the revo At a meeting of the local members of the league last It was de cided that several members would re turn to China to aid in the revolu tion if If the 11 willbe managed by three secring without Around IVarner Nov 1 prevail ing high winds have considerably hindered threshing but the rallioad company has placed a large number of care here during last few so that whilst not a Jery UrifHW Ol WC pmil l II vi is lit a upsis Ion that it will niate a political foot ball out ol the lines To answer it thttthe conimission wijl hare ooteplete that the mayor to retain in omce the com and that the coin to stay in of hare object ed JJjL great deal of grain is coming In at this oi writinf thc elevators ate able to get and James shape md lhe which some days ago threatened to become Is Davis Chemical l ol the plan includes opin out to bigjobs some dis with the result some of the smsll farmers near town are ting their grain threshed was celebrated by some 6f the wilder spirits In a very strenu that the tie arbitration liven to understand the the police tllke htn1 In the m aad that the civil service will weaken If it the onion sot know prc matter to present plans the valuation will be cost is an fixed b the circuit court ol Wayne An appraisal County Detroit The plan provides W Hemu that a rate of tare sufficient to meet Conditions at Jerusalem Ambassador Morgonthau at Constantinople cabled the State Department todaj that he communication with the forceful and dramatic manner in which he is was repetition and elaboration of address he de livered here some two weeks agqj and which was listened to by only a handiul oi people Ihrougii the efforts ol the Daugh ters of the Dr Harcourt was induced to return to the city and re th t his last evening in ho normal lalf oi the patriotic and the lute IUrmdl many who heard him on this occa sion have reason to be exceedingly grateful to those who arranged his return It is a long time since bndge citizens were privileged to listento a speech which was at once conditions that were so nlifhtening and so stirring V M president of the pa triotic fund and Ernest Layton presided at the pipe British Torpedo Boat is Sunk British ad miraltv this afternoon announced mUitlllV UllO and Judge Jackson moved a vote a thanks which was heartily responded dealing at length and in a way which opened oi those 01 the vast territory com prising India and its great natural wealth and the wealth of its and the possibilities ol the Harcourt went on to show a tremendous power India was be coming in the commercial I through the benefits and advantages which had been conferred upon its people by the justice and fair play of ON PAOF 3 t RUSSIAN TROOPS IN BULGARIA dispatch to tlie Times from Bucharest says It is in naval quar ters Russian troops garia on the Blac The Premier asserted the financial situation of Great Britain was seri and that the nation must be pre pared to make far greater sacrifices than it had yet done to enable the covntry to sustain the impos ed by said he strongly believed the recruiting plan of the Earl of Derby Would and that compulsory be unneces sary Amid loud Premier Asquith saM Canada hadcontributed officers Premier Asquith prefaced his re csscpming the war bv saying his been delayed by eir miral on the some doubts m the mind of Barou then First Sea felt justified in sanctioning that attack The proposed attack was carefully considered It was approved by the iist Great uruains n do we stand today asked and enthusiastically received the In August of last year we were prepared to send abroad six infantry and two cavalry In the operations described by Field Marshal in his last dispatch he had under his command not far short of men to these be added the troops the in Egvpt and in other centres of as well asourRarjIsons and troops in reserve ThR announcement was made Premier Asquith that former Venizelos of whoseadvpcijcy ot intervention In the war oh the side of the led to his re asked Francp and Great Britain on September with the express understanding that Greece would U via Kov 2 an imnortant railroad junction point in about 30 miles to the northwest oi has been captured bv tne Teutonic farces en in tile Servian it was official announced todav CARNIuL AT WINNIPEG Nov the of relumed soldiers who passed through here last night on the way was Private Carnill of ES REPORT ON INTERVIEWS WITH HUGHES Buck Arrainged George president of the Black Diamond Oil Ltd wss arraigned in police court this morning on two charges ot and one of publishing oi false statements He was remanded till tomorrow Bail stands at as arranged ISlITlTACK ON mm via The Aus troGermans are preparing a new of fenshe against the ac cording to an dispatch fcTthe which adds that the British The following report has been sub mitted to the city commissioners by W S Ball and E C on behalf of the visited Otta wa to appeal for more soldiers to be quartered here this winter To the Major and We beg to re we uce lflr o cuullncllllB port that we saw the Minister ot 39th now at on tnree all a He told us that would be some time before the organtion in and the raising of ization had been made and would hnttallnn horn Tn this ho cave probably be well into the spring be fore the battalion was so that they would te of little use to us for stationing here tor the We then took up with him the mat ter ot completing a of which Sir Sam on tnree all mag to form a part He told us it occasions in connection with i arrangements had been made this matter l the recruiting ol one other battery in We first asked to have a full and one In talion stationed at and ex anj that nb arrangements were being thp nt this npMant I tlmn for the IfUlUIl JiltttlVUCW plainedto the Minister the auomnuh datlon whlchwe and the number of men we had enlisted in this city of the smsll farmers near town are district He advised Ipal ofler ol lhat might restut la a mat It WBS llliyuaaiuiu tu vanv the battalions now recruited and them to as the of these soldiers had been some time ami 11 was ne cessary to keep them together mucih as possible for purposes of drill that they were liable to be sent forward to the Old Country at any time t We then reauested him to station the 105th which has npt yet been here at pointed out that the made at the present time for the fourth battery to complete this bri gade and that there were sufficient of this class of men when these three baiteriea were completed to answer present We then discussed with him the placing of a permanent recruiting sta uiviift ID la a athet would not take place until after tha 182nd had bem and Ibat If MARKETS Novimber May November 101 HW Uw WEATHER Fint and by tlie Grand Duke The matter again hefore tie War Council Before a shot was fir ed it was communicated to the Cabin It was decided at first to make he attempt with the and the Navj alone I take my full share of responsibility and deprecate attempts to allot the Wsnonsibilitr teTSne mm isferor Sir Edward Carson Sir Edward who resigned last month as diessud the House following till speech of Premier Asquith He said that in his opinion tlie how ever useful in time of was ai organization and machine utterly in capable of carrying on the war undei present conditions It was prefer encethat the Premier should cuj down the Cabinet to five or sb met who take the whole burden ol responsibility have made meet such gigantic move preparation to a battalion here TQ this ho gave and we prepared the fol lowing telegram to Maor Hardle Octobei Alta Have seen Minister Militia He is most anxious to assist Lethbridge and has arranged with us for permanent re cniltlng wishes us to recruit This wire approved by the Mln j Ister of Militia and copy kept on his files He further told us to begin re ciulting at have the men sworn in and medically and ar rangementc would be made for offi cers to instruct In taking up the matter ot the de he told us that the municipal authorities or the military authorities in the city might enlist in these men and have them and details for their training would be transmitted to us through the of ficer Colonel Cruick in aboflt ten or two weeks Minister at Militia anxious that we should enlist as many men as jndlwlll make all ar ranientente for training these men as they have flooded the iand along thc leaving the fortifica tions lust standing out of the the defenders being supplied with provisions by HERMANN RIDDER DEAD York Nov treasurer of the Democratic National committee and publisher ot the New York Staats died jiuimiouuu munitions jiom tuuwctj w Among Qfher l arrested here today New 1 tov man TV ho is alleged to have furnishei some of the explosives with whicl thc government charges that Lieut Robert Fay and his associates ei pected to blow up ships laden witl b secret service men under the direc tion o Chief William J Fiynn Th Englebert is th sixth defendant to be arrested on th government charge ot Th other five are under bail torexamination November 6ronkorst arraigned today before Un ited States Commissioner Houghtoi was placed under the same bail to at the same time be wa e eiaminabiua suddenly late todaj at hfs home in unable to tarnish the bond and wai Blocked tliis The List of Candidates Published Tomorrow Tomorrovs Herald will contain few the personality of list of candidates m the subscription rolled cou contest Unless nominations come HI bunch es we consider the number ol names lar too small lot the territory to he covered At the least calculation there should be thirty five names to start we are shy agreat many of that With almost two tnoiwand subscrib ers in the citv and about lour tl and in the territory it is plain it will take three dozen candidates io while tlie list thi ICW uitw contestants so lar enrolled could fell be improved npon That The Heralds subscription have long since passed ike exptfi stage Candidates kwnr tl advance that they will llmpartlal treatment best workers will thats as it little workers care ol II ion cant hii a V At an ;