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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - November 5, 1914, Lethbridge, Alberta LETHBRIDGE, ALBERTA, THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 5, 1914 NUMBER 276 NORTH SEA FIGHT OFF CHILE IS A MYSTERY German ..Admiral's Re- port Only Account CANADIAN COMMANDS TURKFLEET Buchnarii Pasha Has Charge in Black Sea Where the Trouble Started Admiralty Knows Notli- There Was a Fight London. Nov._ British war- ships are in ports. -The fate of the three British cruisers that en- gaged five Germart. off the coast'of the British trans- port-that accompanied them, remains a myitery. On this mystery is the British hope that one. or more of the vessels survived the action. A dispatch from Santiago today dis- j poses of" an earlier report that the i tith cruiser Glasgow and the trans-' port Otranto. had" besn bottled up in Chilean waters' by thfr German cruis- ers. Leipzig and Bremen. The-whereabouts of the two latter crL'isers in doubt. i Of the, that figured in the naval battle, .only the German warships Scharnhorst. Gneisenau and Nurnberg have been definitely ac- counted'for. After coming into Val- paraiso they again sailed. ".there. any word today of S. AFRICAN MUTINY IS- .CRUSHED Beyers and Marilz Have Had Lay Down Arms Bebellioi) was Poorly Or- is Beiiii> Observed The Qfeder of the "Wooden BUCKNAM, -PASHA" Constantinople, Nov. London, Nov. a. Cape Touii despatch to Reuter's says j that the rebellion oi General j I Tiian Frederick in the j j Transvaal and'the mutiny pi Colonel IttariU in North-west Cape) i Town now appear to completely i I crushed. j Unofficial to- .the- despatches, indicate that something resembling an armistice is being Ob-i i served. The rebels are still collected; at certain points in the Northern j Free State, but all these..points are! marked by adequate loyal command- ers. "It is the despatch con- eludes, "that the rebels are ill-equipr jped and have practically no organiza- tion." Cana- dian is now in supreme-'command ol the Turkish navy operating strengthen Rear-admiral Craddock's -and was born in Vova squadron.. There' .s nothing to indi- cate.that she arrived in time to parti- TURKS' FINAL BREAK clpate in.the fight., Nov.-o.-Turkey -has. London. news looms j definitely broken off .London-today. The British Great public Us- details of the Story of British Forces up to Last Monday now roia- London, Nov. 5.-An official account Britain France of the operations of the British force e battle'------ liritam, t ranee, Belgium ;issued by the press bureau Russia Scrvia. -Her diplomatic i todav .brings up the story to -Monday. jast Sunday off in capitals !NoVember-2. when the Allies were still- no efforts are bem? made to m.n.mue countries acfcmg on orViers from j maintaminE their unbroken line, llhat is What British Press is 1 Urgirig-Need of More Recruits Taylor Stake to Raise for Patriotic Fund At the Sons of England anniver- san smoker last night D. H. Elton announced that as "the result of a suggestion he had made official KEYWARSWITH ITAIN--BELG1UM FIGHTINOEADLY Both Sides are Contesting Every Foot of Ground in is Centre of New German Move- ment Directed by Kluck Again Reported Russian Success Xondoii, .INoy; was officially announced in London today ;a state of war exists between, Great Britain aaul-Turkey. EVERY COXTESTEJD Paris, t-iolent attacks part of G-ermans -were; expected today in the betAveeii Dixmtide and'the Lys. The recent ejlorts of the enemy in this of the country, in.; the fact that they have I heen reinforced by jnew contingents of reserves well as by actH.e trooDS. are believe d here to have been unsuccessful to the latest review ,of the situation, Paris, both the Allies and. the ha.rd for every inch of this territory. ,-The 'Grermans. for the time being, appear to have abandoned their advance on the channel pher wJ. definitely corns' of flagship, cruiser Good Hope. GERMAN'CRUISER BLOWN UP j The Britith public, however, is not, left without some crumbs of comfort, j as Berlin'officially admits the loss of the cruiteV Yorckr blown up by a mine near Jade. of the outlying 'fences of, Wilhelmshaven: while in shipping-circles- in- London it is de- clared that the', and of the career of >Germ'ah. cruiser Koenigeburg, in the Indian'Qcean. has been announced. Captain Percy Scott. England's greatest gunnery- expert, and a cham- pion of the use pf submarines as ag- has rejoined the Admiralty.' As'hV-has been known in the' past as "a supporter of Baron Fish- er, It; is expected that he will uphold the .hew policies -already inaugurated by the First Sea- Lord of the Admir- alty. 'ihe i orck wastx'ccast defence crui- ser "built" in' She has tons '.She-had a speed of ;21 knots'. Jade Bay is an indention of the N oftlT' Sea into Germany, a few miles of the. mouth..oi the Woser. Wil- jbelnishaven is on_ it. haTbSnjSreadv .while WKat ,iv f iNCrV tJJLli I uiiti on orders from j maintaining their unbroken line, -and. J-J' re-l should be reinforced to meet the at-( them tacks -which that- day them." The report follows: "Violent attaclcs wsre made by the First Army Corps and the cavalry Brings Up Heavy-Re-inforce- meats tcf Wedge at Ypres, Belgium RUSSIANS WIN. AGAIN IN "WEEK .nia-iv Dorts jjuo. tJVU tv-'tfcwij London, Xov. reassemolmg thxee Large'reinforcements evidently had j parliament a week an. im- noun'ceraent joined tlie enemy's line at The an- received with, rous- portant debate OQ military matters ing.Applause. the'trend oi opinion as indicated in the newspapers which, with almost First Army Corps was confident of i maintaining his ground, which" he since has been able to do. The cavalry j j t unanimitv. admit th-at the has fought whetner mounted or m _pr7.uitino. ore not trenches, to the admiration of the present methods not wbole army. Indian troops have been adequate to meet the brought into the fighting line, wliich ly one or two London press yesterday eni- torials pointing out the need of more men being recruited, and several such and. had been proportionately strengtKen- 3d. "On the night of October 00, a z strong attack on Messlnes was beaten radical organs .as tne off. At one period the enemy, by din-t j urge, tnat of their masses, penetrated for a time into the line, but an excellent counter attack drove them-back'with'the..bay- onet. The attack on the left wing was' so pronounced- that the British line was substantially reinforced by troops from Somiae, which were mov- ed up. The first Germans also brought Ex-Reservists in U.S. May Join the Colors Here At the S. 0. E: smoker last night Stewart announced that he had a number of letters from charge of the Sunday schools the Tajlor stake oi the; Chiirch of -T vp Latter "Day Saints that-each teacher and o'hciai oi the Sabbath schools contribute 51, and each pupil, five cents .about five hundred' dollars ouH be contributed, to the Patriotic fund from "this source. .There are about 300 teachers and officers and TMs rbefiiig accepted as certain, the Tlie Trench- and the. opiiiipii of the Erencli results of eflojfer the general situation. that Germans bac k into their the terr> tory we must be field early next year more tlian a million men, and have at the _ same time vast numbers in reserve for re- imorcernents. District Caucus in Session ;to Set Date for Naming Candidate old just espired, ,vho' are anxious to fight for the Stewart Aspects that c-f .them-. will cross the recruiting for the sec- will en- Nov. The Times today, London, Nov overnight taining the .Letlibridge quota of the form 01 an appeal sign- the firing line, made a brilliant show- d men for the Alberta battalion. in thisountry today. There is I disposition 'among naval' ing. officer in charge of-the-J Asquith and MX. mJn to raid Law, whose object is to ob- was not intended.7-but-.that -tlie Ger- gram from and thanks for the I ing the British artd mines as they catch some can authorities. Xo ether news of the j iain regarding civilians BUltaWe for military service. This will be circulated by post 100 Qociiinsn'u >vm uc you-did: QVQI selectcd areaSj tbe Herald Preach at Knox Rev. Principal Graham of Moose Jaw -will 'conduct.the services at church, on Sunday next. territorialist that Germany The Glasgow, Goou liope r-: Oiranto. The Times despritoii says it is bc- rlieved '.all: of.. Moimouth -were lost, and it also relating that "the German officers testify to the great of the crew of the while in a sinking condi'tion 'attempted to ram one of the-German vessels to the naval i "On November 1 our troc-ns were at- tacked all along the line, but the ene- my everywhere was repulsed and suf- fered very heavy loss. Our howitzers demolished two of the enemy's S-ineh 'would not As perls sav that the': firing at the Bri- prodififous slaughter has been caused Hsh ingtou, defeated it. This is shown in the latest returns. OREGON Democrat, re-elected U. S- Senator. Jam-es With- icom, Republican, elected Governor. Reoublican candidates for Congress iv iw__.. m elected. congrefe-. On returns which WASHING-TON DRY i.nc-t yet-complete tlie Democrats, as-r sta-te 'has vot-1 sertfrd that" majority; in -the i ed dry by more'than fourteen thous-! Senate from .ten and majority cf votes now-totalled. 6ff at 4 o'clock. SIR GILBERT STANDS TO LOSE No, 5-One, of deposits time the the Russians. Information uas given out at 1m todaj as follows "Directors ot the Swedish Shrftgintt. association declare that the "the Sea "by mraea the shipping of nettteal poweis, especially ScE.ndinaVtta.il, (Contmueft on :0regon-'also has dry. and a large part of Idaho is prohi- bition-lows. "SMOOT ELECTED Salt Lake, Utah Senator Heed 'Smoot" re-elected by 1500 to 2000 Fusiomst. v BOOZELESS STATES froiw. .ten The 'House ihafev'the" present'' qyenvhelhiing-- ma- of satisfied; Britain Annexes the Island of Cyprus from i't of 1878' A1' though it bad remained the Ibcnia'kept theirs, I e in .V V1 t -7-fcK J. E -v., ;