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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 6, 1914, Lethbridge, Alberta FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 6, 191-1 People of England Believe German Navy Has Come Out to Fight TURKS DAMAGE A BRITISH WARSHIP Regiments of Mounted Men From the West Ottawa, Ont.. Nov. de- partment of .Militia bus decided to mobilize at once four'now regiments, ..lomited: one in Manitoba and Sas- katchewan, one In Alberta, one ill Hri- tish Columbia .Mid onu in Ontario. The following statement deals with the question: "A curious development of the fight now going on in France is the suspen- sion of tho role normally assigned to mounted troou.s. "The fact is beginning to leak out that the cavalry, armed with rifle and bayonet are In the trenches, fighting Bide by side with the infantry; their horses, it seems, havo been with- drawn from the zone of fire; and the work of reconnaissance has been en- trusted to tho flying corps." The statement concludes by stating that sooner or later the need of mount- ed forces will be felt, and Canada will be prepared to do her share. Dover, England, via London, Nov. m. Heavy firlnK was heard, oil Dover this morning. H could not be ascertained whether the nrtillery exchanges v.-i-rc on the Bel- gian coast or indicated a naval en- gagement, in t'hc North Sra. BRITISH WARSHIP HIT Nov. Ho a Turkish olliclal announcement one of'the bombard- ing the was struct by a lihot from one of the forts and an ex- plosion on hoard resulted. A British Btcamer, it is stated, has also been sunk oil Aivali, Asia .Minor, alter the crew and cargo hail been put. ashore. STILL A JIYSTKKV Valparaiso, Nov. wireless call !rom the British cruiser Glasgow, in- tercepted by the German victors, was Ithe "last' word received from Heat- Admiral Craddock's squadron follow ing the engagement pfi the Chilean The Germans 'saw the Monmoutn sink arid-heard an explosion on ho ird 'Ithe Goi-lrtlope that the} lelune sent to the bottom I .'All German cruiser Numbers 'scai'ched'the seas fot tn" pick ed up' a radiogram directed to the flagship by the Glasgow. There was no reply. There n-crt about men on the Local Council of Women Mere- ly Nominated Last 40 Delegates Present OBJECTS OF THE COUNCIL After a brief discussion on the con- stitution oi their, organization thc delegates to the local Council of 51.C.A. decided, that ilonroouth when she disappeared be liind the waves. Admiral Craddock had 900 men with him on the Good Hope. Whether the Glasgow and the trans- port Otranlo, which escaped destruc- tion, survived the damage suffered is not known. The whereabouts also oi the Ger- man cruisers 'Leipzig and Bremen re- mains in doubt. GERMAN COLLIERS SUNK London, Nov. despatch to The Daily' Telegraph from Odessa by way -of Moscow" says thai twelve Turkish and German 'transports carrying coal have'been sunk near Uzunguldak, on the coast of Asia Miner. Barracks Ground :No Lovers' Lane New Rule in Force CANADIANS ARE READY FOR Expeditionary Force May Sogn be in Fit London, IS'ov. (lie Canadian (mops need not. IIP detained much longer at Salisbury Haiti rs the opinion of I be .London Daily T.eleg-raph COiniiienlin.u' on (lie Kintj's "Now that Ibeir i.s all biit complete (.be time lias almost corne for tliem to join the They could bave no better send off thanjhe praise and from Ilieir Sovereign and the Minister ol War." This opinion, eomino; from such a responsible journal, amply refines I he ideas expressed in .some quarters tbat tlie Canadian expedilionary force would require several months' training on this .side before the troops would be lit for service in (he line. GHJ8 -LOT Every Canadian-American in the City Donates to Canadian Patriotic Fund NEOTJVISION Details SecpnfJICqntingsnt en Out at (Dttawa Today SOCIETY FORMED TO CALGARY TO SUPPLY HELP THE CAUSE ONE OF THE BATTERIES W. S. Ball Looks Like Choice of Party for the Next Federal Election R. R. DAVIDSON IS DISTRICT PRESIDENT Delegates from practically every district in the south, from Lucky American-Canadian's arc with Bri-i Ottawa, Out., Nov. detailed .tain in her fight against Prussian! composition of the second Canadian militarism. Al' least those oi Lota- contingent, now in course of prepare-; ami tram along of SMffi T "rol'lowS i th'c'tastld south lines of the C.P.H. ,....s.......... residenYln Canada. i complete instructions from the War i were present at the convention o' meiC which met last night at the Y. j 1LThe spirit oi Lethbrid.e American-: Of flee. Two brigades of mfantry will. Anxious About Defense of Our Coasts London, Nov. 6. Sir Richard IMcBridr, Pruinicr oi British Col- uinbui, expects to sail on Satur- day for Canada via Nc'.v York, his visit having extended for only one week. Although the Premier's hur- ried trip was ostensibly taken in provincial interests it has been really in tin; interest of the Do- minion. H is learned, that Sir Richard was in Ottawa, and also conuj-red with Sir Uobcrt Borden at Hot Springs, Va., before sail- ing for Kngland. During flit: pres- ent week, it is understood. Prem- ier .McHride has been a daily uall- er at the War Office, the Admir- alty and the Colonial Oflice, where he'has had, it is said, important con ft1 rentes on t-he .subject of Can- ada's coast and other inat- HTS. As a result of the comertmc- es, it is expected that important steps will be taken as regards Canada's coast defenses. OF HUDE Passes Resolution Supporting C. P. R. in its'Policy to Bring Them Here HELP SUGAR INDUSTRY Instant action is tlie policy of the Lcthoridge Hoard of Trade. Having 'heard or the announcement made re cently by .Mr. Dennis of the C. P. ft Natural "Resources department of the elections were not in order, and an informal vote for nominations was takes. These names are to he placed before the various societies, and passeil upon, the election to take place on Janu- 1st llere about to woiieu pli, c.nt at the nratint last ind ilthouiji no topics were discussed the oignz tion was cemented in a that -xssureb success Ihib bou is one uiM-unt, the actuities ot piactiwfH -e-tirv- organize tit i It is a local_branch ol the Council which in turn is at filwted Mith the International Couu j cil of Women founded m 18J3 follow i in' the s J an m Chicago I Ahcrdeen was Englaiid's 4 dele- gate to this tat meeting Canada was inlpjiresentcd and Lidj Vher deen in her broadness of .vision, to it that tiis .country established a Council; being greatly as- sisted in the work by the Earl ol Aberdeen, then Governor-General ot Canada The council' believes that the union will result in larger sympathies, un- it) ol thought and puiposr ind more cftectual action along- thc lines .philanthropy, religion, education, lit- erature, art and social reform. The aim of tho local organization is to bring the various woman's as- sociations into '-.closer relationship throu h thc union though no society loses its independence .in Ine, or is an'y'prin- ciple or mithc 1 of an) othei societ) in the council, ot which is to serve as a'me.iiiim of communica tion and a means of prosecuting, any work of common iuteres 1 he w ar n I uropc has wrought to the parent hod an I the ac tnitv now is designed to offset this I and make the bod) stronger and more cFcclne thin evei I ne S01L1U Ul L.CLlllllluKjt; 'Canadians was shown in no uumis- be taken, in i with one sur- I Natura esources eparmen o district .Conservatives for b conlpallv to assist In __ in ,.t.._ in Hie lioard of Trade rooms lor the purpose of discussing what they yesterday in Dr. J. S. Stewart, M.P.P., spoke There will three brigades of ar- i briefly, and his only prediction with purpose oi aiscussmg wa ey: ere w might do 10'help relieve the distress consisting-of nine batteries of to the possibility of an elf occasioncil.bv.the war in which Can- 18-uounders, guns per bat-1 Kas BKCh aE oecurren gs a part oi the British Empire tery. London will provide one bat- is plavine her Part The result o! the tery, one. -Aton- wniim come nnnm jeui meeting Vas the formation of an I mil provinces one f'madiin -md W.mnipeg one and Calgarv in M. Halcli. .Johnston ment of 150 men. 1 The Army Service Corps will be raised, with" one companyin Montreal, raised, with one companyin juonireai, The meeting was cal cd as a result: oneiat-Victoria- and one of-a letter from the AmerwCana- g strengtii of each itian Association of Montreal, gg men. the American citizens ot Lethhridge, caEe ot tne Medical Sen-ice to join in a movement to contribute; 'Corfs one company will be organized something toward a fund being Toronto one at Montreal, and ah- hy Americans throughout Canada for' otller aj victoria and Cal- patriotic purposes. G. M. Hatch oc- garVj fn the proportion of a section to. cupicd the chair, and explanatory and- each! patriotic addresses were delivered by i TWO field companies of engineers, the chairman, Commissioner Gcacc.'j eaeh comprising men, are to be Magistrate Elton, Chas. Kane and :raised with headquarters in Ottawa. Dr. Laderty. All were strong in their: Recruiting, however, will be institut- opinions that something should be ed at all the different centres where flone that would show that Americans such men are obtainable, resident in Lcthbridge and district j A- company of cyclists will be enlist- are with Canada in her part of the i ed generally throughout the Dominion. Mother Country's light for the be attached to each in- Some oi them, mtt fnll-ftodged j fantry battalion. Canadians, said they could not.sayj -A signal corps will also'be raised all they would like owing1 to the and .probably att quest of President Wilson that Am-i tag corps. tached to the engineer taken the village of Sapigneul, whicl! had'been captured by the Germans. "There has been a" furious fight in the Argonne, where as a result'ol ffghting with the bayonet, our troops drove tbe Germans back, "In the districts fresh at- tacks b> the cnemj 1m e been ic pulsed. 'Tn the north east and fast ol Gtandc Conronne of isancy, (the chain ot-fortified'positions surround- ing in the region of the for esf of Pcrroy and between .Baccarat, and Blamont our adiance posts have been attacked hj mixed detachments of the whose movements were checked. BICr WiSSUN MOTORS "Russia announced a great Russian nctot) in Galicia be able to shut it. until special heavy machmerj airiies frou, our plant This was the message sent by W. It. Martin of the International Supply Co., who 'lias been drilling the gas well at Vikinjj for the Edmonton' Industrial association, to the president of that siciatiou yesterday. The Edmonton Ad dub started the project last .winter, iml it was Mayor McNamara's connec- :ion the project that caused mm o be unseated by Mr. Justice 'IveB. The "Major donated ?5000 to a fund for simiinE the well. lust before the i lease' "on of KKIo Chan, there. Were hcav> rains which flooded the whole countn The picture shows the Japanese troolw pulllnj through the of a Chinese town, To Quarantine Iowa for Foot and Mouth Outbreak Washington, Vov 6 depart ment oi agriculture toda) pie- pai ing to quaialitihe tne state o Iowa, because'ot tho discovery oi the fool and month disease at? Pa me! I The quarantine order was pre- pared tor issue Uter todi) Cases ol diseaseif cattle at Coino, Siiss aie suspected of being the foot and mouth disease, ind are undct imcsti RELATIVE OF WOLFE VETERAN DIES OF PTOMAINE POISONING Victoria, BC diapatUi from Toronto tells' from ptomaine' poisoning of J S C Eraser, who was manager of the Bank if Montreal branch in Victoria Prior to coming nere he had bean or 16, years manager the Rosaland >ranch of the banlu He was aged 52 He has been the Bank of Montre al in Ontario and Western Canada since 1878 The late Mr Fraser was a descendant of Col Frasei, who rafs ed and fought at the capture of uebec NDIAN TROOPS AND THE BRI- TISH CAVALRY ARE DOING, BRUNT OP THE WORK Matleod, .No l.llcii Jlcuan, ;