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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 7, 1914, Lethbridge, Alberta KAUE SIX' TUB LETHRRIDGE DAtl.Y HERALD SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 7, BREAD DISTRIBUTION TO ANTWERP REFUGEES GERMAN OFFICERS ?IN BRUSSELS The picture was taken berorc tho Germans tho city of Antwerp and illustiutecl the distribution large squares of bread to the refugees who entered Antwerp when tile German pressure against the city began be rait. i TURKEY ENTERS THE EUROPEAN CONFLICT A section at Turkish artillery photographed recently as it was parading through the streets o( Consiajumop' preTidns to saplrtBg its_hpstile attitude towards the Allies. AJVTWEEP IN ETJINS FROM GEEMAiV SHELLS This picture wa? taken Iu of the destruction was caused by the bombardmen the city. Flemish architecture Is ibgwa br flfe ind shelL Tokio, Nov. GoruHwa holst- od the white flag at 7 o'clock this norulug at tile weather observatory bureau at Tau. Tho quick oa- pHulation of tha Germans tho cauae of much surprise aud Joy to he men of tho army navy ooerat- ug against it, and also to tho poo-pio Tokio. riii- charge against the middle fort 733 a brilliant ono. It vns lod by jo. Yoshimi Ammliii at tho hoad of unpziuies of infantry uud engineers. The number of German and ip.-mcso losses, which were large, LJ not been announced, London, Nov. fall of Tsing Tau ends the most picturesque oC the minor phases of tho 'great world war now raging. On two continents, aud in many of the ,'sknufc of the sen, where colonies .of the warring nations wore planted, combats of more or less interest have taken pisce, garrisons i have been captured, and towns pceu- picd peacefully, but In tlie little Ger- man concession ou the south side of the Shantung peninsula of Chiua, there has (been i'oing on since late in August a reduced scale of war that has duplicated nearly all the features of the battles in Europe that have re- sulted in the capture of fortified posi- tions. The capture of Tsing Tau loses to Germany her. last foot of possessions on the Asiatic mainland, as well as ;ier last strategic position outside of the German emirs' In Europe. For nearly three1 months the German gar- rison, amounting to i 7000 men, held out against the land and sea attacks cf the Japaccss and of cer- tain British dotachizsnta of both white and Indian troops that found imselves in China at the outbreak of the war. What the 'losses of the garrisons have been aro cot A number of officers of the Gorman General Staff photogniphad in tho city of Brussels shortly utter the German occupation of that city. wales Borders and 400 In-' a fSI" niBB3 r dian Silchs, under the command of SlL I'UH L Kruaclier-General Nathaniel W. Ber- U I A I f Si I 51 1111 I I T commander OE the, North Ul UlilLL reports have that Tsing Tau las 'been taken at heavy ocst ot men in the part of the Allies. Japan's Demand Ignored China forces, was at their head, am is said to have a pert oi the centre of the Japanesn line .in .the ia- TCst-me-nt of Ts'ing Tau. JAPANESE LOS3KS Fighting continued from the middle of intermittently until the fall of tho fortress to-day: During this period toth the German and Japan- ese warshii.s and aeroplane engaged in the bombardment- of each other's i positions, la of the most I of these 'engagements, on Oct Remedy ASH D. Hlglnbotham Co., Ulmlted, Lethbridge. No Increase In price. Notwith- standing heavy increase in cost of mportant price 7 ho liusbiaua liavc madu grout progress in Hungary. One coluimi.. such as the one shown above, has been reported not far from full hundred miles south west of Cracow, ;