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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 4, 1914, Lethbridge, Alberta VOLUME VII. LETHBRIDGE, ALBERTA, WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER -1, 1911 NUMBER 275 SIJADRON MJKESRAIDIN NORTH SEA AUSTRIA IS READY SUE FOR PEACE Russian Government'Believes Dual Monarchy'Has Had Endugh" and Would Quit if Britain and iFrance Would Influence in Vienna Strongly Against Peace Pctioouul, Xin spotial oiiispoudciU thai m spile ol tlu'.iN pi onuses tuid itnicms dismisl A.ustm, UK lUissi.ui em- inent is jnloiinod letiic lurni the il she could make tc-uns ith -Russia duoct With the oi Cheat BJI( 1111 and I'lanu The lliissi.ui is in coninaiiiKatiou on this sulijoil AMlh London and Pans and mipoit- ant developments nuu shoitlv he expected Boihu is asseitui" the sUonut-st indium( at Yitnua hul as u hghtmo loice, the Auslio aim} lias piattiuilly ceased to i M-4 Cruisers and Gdod Hope Lost in Uneven Fight With 5 German Warships Off Chili ENEMY'S SHELLS FELL CLOSE TO YARMOUTH British Submarine and Two Drifters Germans Intended Raiding British ish Squadrqn Forces Kaiser to Abandon His Attempt to Reach Calais Britisli cruiser Glasgow which participated in th Valparaiso, Nov. victory of the German fleet under Admiral von Spee, consisting of the armored cruis- ers Scharnhorst and Gneisenau, and the light cruisers Nurnberg, Leipzig and Bremen, over the British squad- ron, made up of the cruisers Mon- mouth, Good Hope and Glasgow and Upset With a Load of Sheep Into Pinned ,'Neath Wagon NO INQUEST NECESSARY borrow came'tr- the today in no small measure Wilbur, tht ciehtfen j car-old son of Mr and H H Uiser of 3rd avenue was drowned between 10 and 11 o clock this morning at the riche and Miron slaughter house pond on Six Mile coulee, under the most pathitic cir- cumstances The lad who is well and known in the citv was engaged this morning m hiulmg a load ot sheep to the slaughter house from the farm of his uncle Lewis A Felgcr The animals w ere loaded on a solid beard ed ha) rack, and as the team was crossing the dam at the pond, over which it is iMistoman to dme, the wagon came a Mtl- 'CO close to the the wheels sank in the toil earth, the entire outfit turning completely upside down pinning the voung man under the closed rack with his load of luc stock, so that there was no possi bility ot escape The rack acted as a STOCK SHIPMENTS CREATE NEW RECORD Two Hundred Cars This Week Off Lethbndge Divisfop of thsT-. P. R. WORTH OVER ______ -.t from the Lath liiiclgp second ot the Canadian Pacific Railway for the pre sent eek promise to Bet a record for nnd to suoiv that in spite of circumstances, the" EtoUi in dustrj in Southern Alberta is or the upturn According to flgines obtiin ed by the Herald today; for the week will lench the 200 car maik and the money nut in oircula tion is a result he in the neifeh borhood of a tiuartsr of a .minion dol- lars Details ot the shipments follow Monday 10 cars cattle, Milk liner to Cal 8 cars sheep Sti ling to filgarj S cars to Olds Tuesday 25 cars cittle Deer Creek Ca'tle Co.. -ililk River to Chicago. 12 can, cattle Deei Creek Cattle Co Milk' Hiver to Chicago. 12 cars cattle Deer f reek Cattle Co Jlidnapore to Claresholm 24 cars cattle Deei Ci eek Cattle Co Midnapoie to Olds icntable death trap, ami 39 ot the Wednesday thcep were also drowned alorg v th _ CatHe J> Bums Co, Grassj the diner oull one escaping The i to Chicago hordes escaped unhurt, but thej 20 cars cattle Deer Creek Cattle Co not pinned wider the load -as the Milk Rn er to Chicago Dm and the sheen were I Thursday No one was in the vicmiL] at the 't> cars cittle link Hrier to Olds, time of the fatallh excepting a small for P Burns Co the son ot the slaughter house Dumig the week USD local manacer who tan and told his father shipments miounting about 20 cars what had happened The load hme been made at different points in ttlmb HUU .11 Y fraf, __II... lintncrilln silcli a ippeni heavy one that all the cf forts of the man filled, and it could not be lemoved from its victim until too late Mr Inelger was commuui the 700 miles ot thp division bringing the total up to-oldie'to the 200 mark. Whether any-- of: .these; shipments be therquarantrae o! the Union Stoekvards Chicago the when they reached the spot, and his dead body was brought in bj Fefc- ttrley's this afternoon r Gor6ner McNitol made an mvesti- gjtion anil decided that no inquest wduld be neccssirj, as the death w is due purtlj to accident Theie was found to be about six feet of water at the point where the accident hap pened Hie deceased wab the oldest son, and was popular with all his friends anil acquaintances He has been In the cit) and district tor five years and origmallv camp from Ohio with his parents He was associated mith the M U while m thecitj and V as a n enibcl of the oung Men's Class ol Wesley church He Tvas a straighttord and upright >oung man of the "ituft" that makes our best cities and his untimely end will be momiieu b; a large number of friends throughout the s Reports on Monday indicated tint i the and Leipzii; had been r ml MouEh tramc Dro6er located of, the coast of Clul, ind thc" Issioner Grace who went over T1KST REPORT Valparaiso fhili ,e n voung man in question was dulj m cvei riddeu over and as an engineer rolled as a member of the com- oninion counts IB stand pain at yalcartici, our ja every particular the stfttfon 4 liy older m-comi- cmbarkint, at Quebec he deserted lie buildings being particularly fine for a OttaWjkf .Nuv T DLIICL III- vil, tbe the HNWMT, PcimvtaUiei, MuUcod .Innings, Pdmnpion, and lloleh'r Appointed registrars for liable} to be ariesled 01 shot at an) tlmii ngn 'crvjii lie, had enlisted for [or oflijial leltfi is to he forward- nl to cr. cf ol .Politf McCollum, or- liew branch, Lethhrldge people may cougrntblate tliemsehGH that they will be at (he western termlnuR of one of the moat important cut and wcat routes of the dtnnj (ink jo'iftj Canadian Pacific Co, man ships Gneisenau, Scharnliorsl, SHILLING DARDANELLES London Nox Is re ported offlchlh that the Brl tlsh French squadron hate bombarded the past the corapam Dining tliL has hindled thirty" million bubhek of gram and in the eight vears of its operations the t-tal grain handled bv the com pam his been U7 8t3 bushels he ing the largest fiimeib tram com panv in the The co-operitire depntment of the conpuh been veiv successful In this department (he compans has ihindled coal apples lumbu fence posts flour woven wire fencing, barb and bindti tunic ilip total turnoVet in the co-opera- tive departirpnt in the past >ear has been SakO.OOO md the pioiit hub been verj satisfactory MOHAMMEDANS SUPPORT RUSSIA Paris, Nov Agency has received a dispatch from its cor respondent on the Caspian Sea, se.ykijt that KHMH) Mohammedans the l great mosque of Baku to gtVe MpnJMlon' to their In the Seventh and Nmlli districts there were no contests. Fourth Distr.ct C C Vandyke De moi-rat elected f Second District F F Ellsworth Re publican le-elected C ALIFORM William Kent, Progressive re elected Second John F Baker Democrat re-elected. Bell, Progressne D. Stephens. Progressive, re ejected Latest Returns New N retiirns from the 29 states where gub- ernatorial elections 'were -show todaj that ele en Democritb and ten Republicans had been elected, and that in seven states the result was ap- parently undetermined: In these-sev- en states the Republican -candidates in-five and the Demo- crats in two. California, apparently, liid le-elected Hiriin John (Continueo I c iiflon Vcn i warships have so Mr hren able to keep outsjdc. the ot the Gen icn land batfeL ics Thcv manoeuvre ingenuitj t and one warship itter takes up tiic fire xiith unfailing precision CrLHMXNS SHOOi BROTHFRS Che buoc wrought hj the naval guns Ins bttn responsible 101 a reck1 iebi. incident V German soldipr car- mng i white (lag crawled up to the ilhod line near Penrse and intinAat- cil his commander and 100 iren wish cd to sui render lie siid" they thout lood anil standing m the trenches waist deep m the water and subjected tc an awful hail of shrap nel. was .told that the Germans; could leave their m Uie trench- es and come into the illiecl lines ab pusoners In i hall-hour tliej ucic seen to emerge from their trenches, unarmed Tliev had not come more than fifty1 AOien their own coirativmeii a little iirthcr aluav saw what was tiKing placr> and opened fire on them Onlj 300 out of the tcttl tflO succeeded in reaching the allied lines fX __ Owing to llu floodcii condition the Belgian coast countn the Ger- mans ibandoned their attempt to gtt through to Calais b> the thorn route inrt shifted t lines nrthpr Alonj, the battle line in Frince and in the tast battles still but without decisive result P E ISLANDER WOUNDED Charlottetown PE I Nov first Prince Edward Islander knowfi to he Bounded In the wai is Lieut James Morrison a natne of Georgetown .He- enlisted earh ui the campaign has been fighting in France Hfc- now in a hospital there Momsoli a Sotith African veteran The Dominion Military Will Pro-German Press Ottawa Ont, Mov 4 the western Germin whtch have boer, publlihlng pro Oerman articles with a tlnqe, eon ttnue this policy, be sup pressed by military authorities at Winnipeg, Calgary and Ed mo n tort i have been given notify any pac--rs m their that the publication of any art! cles intending, to incite feeling' against Great Britain will be fol- lowed by suppression. Army Remounts Bought in Canada Worth toronto, Ont., Nov. two thouiand army have paucd for intoictlon for m To-onto iinee the opening the war, and have been ed to Atlantic portntion to thl f of the d rntrkel Taking IIK price, the tel'tht two mtnti JWs ;