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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 9, 1914, Lethbridge, Alberta 3LUME VII. LETHBR1BGB, MONDAY, NOVEMBER 1911 NUMBER 279 {USSIA DRW RECENT GERMAN ''-NAVAL VICTORY OFF THE CHILEAN COAST o Break Through Allies' Lines in Vicinity of Dixmude rinning Some Ground but Pro- gress is Well Prepared FRENCH OFFICIAL Paris Nov. The Frsncii official jtement issued this afternoon Is as 1 OV.'S "On our left winn.the Germans ha THE GERMAN CRUISER GNEISENAU-Whidi with tho aid ol hor I'ls-J-rr shin the S-harnhoreV. did liiost to Baih victory for the Ourmaus m onsa-c'lncnt off Coronui-iicaiiiy. .She is Ions with a-syeed of j knots and carries.eight S.2 Inch aims. I I vj p Result of Accident .dertaken anain an offensive move- 1 l alm IVCBUII Willie cnf on and in the region Ypres. Particularly to the st of Ypres. their attacks hav-: been erywhere repulsed. "At the end of the day. referring e entire front b-stweeh Dixmude and e Lys, we have made progress along p major part of the line. Nevertnc- ts, our advance is slew, on account the movements undettak Playing .in. a Grain Elevator STORY OF THE ACCIDENT GERMAN LONG RANGE GUN3-4-944 L3J. ao.oo.oooo. I HOW GERMANS WON NAVAL the naval ns of .minor importance. 'On'our right wing In'Ldrraine there nothing to report: In Alsace .fresh tacks on ;he part of the Germans di- eted of Mount linte Marl! have..again resulted for emTin aT decided-check.' fa Canada Offers Sympathy On Naval Losses LondOT The sEcrelai} of ic announces that Ibtj fol telcgrim hi been hcnt, II Ii the Duchess of Conniutttt Uencril of Canidi the irst Lord .of the In raj name anil that of lhn I an ctprcb our ep simpathj with llr AHjcstj s in tub oi the ti'Misoitni ood Hope end Wo deep sympdtinze with Un. rcUtnts of ic c onictrs and men uho lost icir lives rfor King- and count J> Ihe til i. u 'a the follow 13 rcp'j In tlic ramt, oi Uic Iioird of the dmualU and the I desne to your Hoyal Highness and the anadian Govermiienl most warmly ir Lbc message oi sj mp-illn relations 01 thp men of Hi Gool [ope and Monmout'i who ist then in a gallant fight 1LD OFFSET CULTURE London. hear- ing Germans in Europe plan to tend out profe-sors to place their cause before Americans Jos eph Lawrence of this city today offered to head a fund with bo bring out ten Belgian children with their handc cut off to be ex hlblted Others have also off-red to .contribute. mers an I men led it ith greatest succes for a Iiumoei of ears and it is amoni, our district s hest idvcrtisrs Outside feeders haie been compell ed to turn to alfalfa for a vv a out i of the hit.li cost oi reeding infl Loth wuhs anil bndLi has come to tlie rescue of more Not much was 11 IT n about the ac than onc hrnier aireadj with hec tident on Siturdav but il appears hlgh grade of alfalfa hav this morning that William and a lew H j Limrt of the Farm "roducti companions- itnong whom ere Wll I compallv 5tates that there has not lie Henderson Cm si Freeman Den -tj tj is {al, whcn jt Ma ins Macleml -id Kingston This shaft was fully exposed; ibout two Horn the giourd and in motion at the gtam U. F. A. DJD NOT INCLUDE LETH- BRIDGE DISTRICT WHEN CON- DEMNING CERTAIN IRRI- GATION SCHEMES IN ALBERTA GO AFTER TURKEY Complete Subjection of Aus- tria Also to bs Gained Immediately DHKjNE In Belgium the Allies are Ad vancing Against the Worn Out Enemy SAME IN'POLAND Greece Likely to be' Involved- Turkey Causes Serious Friction A. DCDTA ALBttUrt Apropos of the letter submitted to the Herald from the Farmers' Union in'the. Barons district, anil published in Saturday's issue, lo the eittcl that the- farmers in that district did not I w ml lo be incluie-l in the 'Old Man div rsion proiect the following is interesting It represents an interview with one of the fore- j most irrigators in the province, who has sliovvn bv actual licraonstralion I tnat irrigation is Itc onlj salvatoi' Moji Batons writer who contt buted w" sunda' and the article nlnlionel lh.nl.s itm Uhali o prohibition v ere stiangc Uut the Herald should n strrn ml impr-sbivc U Ivnox. London, Nov. dominates tlte military .situation today. The. speed with which she has cleared the invaders from Russian 1'olaml must necessarily have a great effect on this campaigns in the other war theatre. Ureudv the inhabitants are reported fleeing 'from their prosperous Silesian i homes despite the fact that General !Von Ilimitnbers's strong army is be- tween them and the advancing Rus- sians. Uut something hesides the Ilight- of this German anus may rn- them to remain still, anil fin sonic lime in security, for a signlli 'cant message irom I nil SURF TH TO that 1'LS-sia mav dcler the 3UKt 1U UU I'm oi ermiiu uitil li-i his I lone mission tow aid the Bospnorus 1 accomplished I his Clergymen Advance Arguments in Favor of Abolition of Liquor Iraffm 1 is accomplished I his mission in locil clinches MS- ln complete sub e tlon ol Us Uheita remirr nj-Hungarv is well a the invasion lung 111 and n ins fs th" actu il 01 th" Crt-nd Duke Nicholas the ciudc Birons in the whem i not the hui uste ed H -i compliH 01 sol .e liie church He Principal (.traham was of Moose Ijw who occupied thr pul '00 pit referred m the evening lo the ic arae s north an east ofDarons t.on t th C7nr in hamshmg lodka i' flo speakiVo, thp Old uver from the 1 r JL_ ___ i., jt.n4 London, Nov. overnight wai summarj is as follows Germrn and Austrian armies both in the not expect to te ..u lone, able to hn the best even at are now on the deiensiv that price, as they consider it equal east and-'west in value ton .for ton, to bran, which present nearly t-n dollars a This, of course, does not apply to alfalfa of the lower grades, which in au in value was being elevated. The-boys left the j scene .to witness the passing o. a t mor freight train. The train did not come Tm-s as soon as expected, and. the...boys returned to their .play, the Marshall musl nyeel cnmpswuoii oi prairie hov taking a piece ol hcavv rope; n oat ]iay js therefore with him. In some way this rope prcgtllt prRea oi three dollais a vtab ted in i half hitch aiound tic lon the he t moving shaft. The freight train IHE ight ..-_...__ ed to "come-on, and--the-boys left to see it onlv a tew feet awav tir> turned Ui sea their com paii.on b nit, wound around tnt shait His hand.had caught i.p the'rope and there was no escape. made, about 30 revolutions vVith. the shaft, and that time the ol wtor man e came aware of- what: haiMiappened, and shut off the.power.' The boy's left hand was search craped ami tne irm was broleiun two places besides being- tcrrthiy .wrencheo He liardly gained consciousness at all until vrstsidav inoining when he askcil to see the Freeman hoy and Jinvmie Kingston Ihe two lads went to see their lie. diil not recognize thenij and .died half an hour later William .was -M vcars old and the son oi Mi am! Mis M Mdrshall oi I ifth Ucnuc He was i ineiubT ol Summ an 1 w as i vrn popuhr lid with his con.pan ions posscbsm0 imiiiij nid stalwart ''ett character i The funeral will he hclil on-Tuts das from the finiih rest Imce jtl. S i' P m Brjir GERMAN CASUALTY LIST. Ilerlln The Hague and London; -Nov. fl.rrTho German rasualti Hst iswed baturdaj brought the. total'nuinber of names contained In the" Mat weeks icnortS up to about ui SCO Hospital recoids show 'hat a very large proportion of tae wounded havo to duts i L They have, at least for the present, given up their efforts to break through the' Allied lines around Ypres, in Bel-1 giuni, where the British and French have 'talren the offensive, and have' c'ommciicefl to advance. In the east they have fallen back to and over their own frontier in east Prussia, and in Poland have crOEsed the border, Jie e are nevertheless while the R s un cavalry has nere lhe district thcj have trated Silesia and cut the: German season due to high ol his soldiers, i that Canada i and included lie correspondent is rong long in assiiramc lint the mattci origin I ated n the icrtile brain oi a report j As a matter of fact, there were: r BAHT1ST UHUKCHES Dhe Fifth Crreen Avenue Baptist church inastTfni address ivi.v m supnorf oi prohibition in a sermon on tthi I would vote for prohibl Rtlbsun c luiandcr m chiel the Uub sTaus inaj. L- content lo hold priftent positions a'oni, the C crman hbrder. while in aggressive war toVanl.s the.south and east. Per- sistent reports continue to reach' London that the Germans arc sending heavy reinforcements to their west- ern lines. Humor of a contrary ture, to the eliect that-the Germans- are preparinij; to retreat, through Wei- also 'is rife, hut the experts' larmers fron the llaron- distr at the Iron Spunks meeting and their on voices wetc not heard in diss-en ion The r a ons given In the compam I lie iio'i'i it the I irst Baptist of Baron aim-rs let not wanting church did not devote much ot his urination aic somewhat illogical to sermon to temperance hut this sub wMth said the sjpptrter of le t was ereil thoroughh irri a'lon to Way London, Nu 9. Lord Roberts, whose elloris 101 the 'moral welfare ol the men in MiaM hi e 1-ccome iroirrhiil uuile n came t ppeal todai a amst tie present difterent i lie Baroas district i much n or like the I cthblldbe district it. at only one point on tne two irrigation has proved un battle fronts do the Geinnns claim ,t ,s lucceas That ib to the est of tne i i gonne legion wlieie the Geinian Bniperor's-forces -have succeeded in taking from the French nn important height -near .Vienne-Ie-Cateau. -Else'whero the French troops have oil is neaviel anil ness as uescrircn m in b i-vuiga zu blatkci and it ikes longer foa r the speaker traced the e ents oi the LS o matuie Fia whole district scene an'd showe-i how this defeat i loni; trass countrv and the soil was trought about bv the drunkin and cliniatle. conditions are entireh ness and Lojstmg of the King In the great campaign thi piovince with its majcsiic sweep ot possibilities, tlu baid the to place more credence in tie jiuni. reports of re enforcements, and the cominc week is looked forward to a'r one ol the most critical of the w'lr Cossack r aprnss the German hor der contmie and berlm now admit'? that tic Russians ire well hejind the liver Vrart'ie The Russian id vancc has betn made over bad roiils at ajnazing rate of fourteen miles daily, and the German retreat lies' now' passed Civrstochowa witlniit stepping lhe Russian line is will bac'x of the Warthe between Czerslo- chov.'a and Calais. Rebels Losing Ground Fast in S. Africa Gleich n stnthmore where thev are having a make, irrigation proBtahle 11 mav be d laat can be done on land in the Banns ilisitict ntabh Hut that tl es not sav that ion would not te an "S ft made progress, and retaken tho posi lions which they had lost diirint; the course of-the This is uotat'v .1.." o in the A Vallpv around Soia di trict without irrieation bit n the spe-iker districts ami make fight to 1 'iis is a young Hev.. l-'rancis s ch Us lll! sons, where thev have regained net >ield nearlv ground which the Germans b> Fiereu 11 wateied I had tai en from them Nothing of fir t class nonient his occuned i i to the preBfcl t ill the near past but lur1 ev is bems attacked in isolated spots b the Hu sians i id Iliac a return i ______ ihat the farmers oi the n ions distnet I eint mis ......_....... Lo ilen 1 I he L mon defense arise to the- occasion j i0ices continue to ronnJ up the reb uclon a possihllitv m South Viuca 1 hose in the nor men s- eru ade i tjierjl rart nt C ipe province winch 'for this is a P a worn to the government, mans pro mce hive been conpletelv routed while "si !tnos ,n tie Irinsnai where anpth Rev Brj in oi b b ciuuii el hundred have been captured, uc one of tho most, logical, sail: arc scattering i In Orange I lee SUte however, several small commandoes are mg c iiitv and have been lo ting an i damaging railwajs -aim conclusive u uncut against the Honor business ever heard in the city. His. sub e t was With iioncl and ttword' n 1 based his iciiiams on lhe. -llli of Nfhemnh wiitli. j oHicialing. Interment will be. nic.de in the public cemetery K iT AN OIL msibt upon plMHK the men to diniK Us atjiicil uplies c-jnillv to the inadiaii memters of he ovcibMs ths. situation bavins been aggravated hi the -ifnl ins of a stearaei bv tne ind tie thieatenlni, of Gtcel b in Vei Minor Meilieinc lilt Nov 1 0 Clllbh I II t lupin ol Oalgarv an! a nuniLci oi and Canadian oil evpirts uc here I lie thev ic uise to make inv statt'ments loi pub vviitr and mj sneer? hopi ib thnl while rx.ti Dduit, to tl cm i heart v British welcome, lo eviess n av 1C pul in the wav ol hijit to lit 101 vlnch v ill tcnu 10 these soldiers whom the nation de: lower them in the eyes of the world. CROW'S NEST. COAL FOR SPOKANE Spokane, Wash., Nov. lov Nest Pass Coal Co. will sup- tin cit" with coal during 1015, de- luded In the ell hall basement Nov i fioni Petiogrnd TO AUSTRIANS dispatches oi the H ions distnet Ore 1 emu, mis me. Hli rmiiui in v.. lei ami ale cirug in then wagnioat I uiitcs I) the nuillir-g ol th vv nit Iheie is no pace in Utc la 1 lusnciii Th} Jgl di, lln Kin dom com" "n earth as i The Heialds infoliiant also point it is in Heaven we must put into i el out thai at the convent on cl he out mtio al s nictiilc nothing con I t_nil d 1 armeis oi at let! liuv to thn Kingdom ul Gcti 36 le bridge labt vear a re olution rieilmg su coneu el with qrlain gric aius oi th- fa in crs on tlfc I' R nims m the ern blotl o st of Oalgirv this slip I His ideal .......L i usf tc oui tf lie folinde I Us ernon exploit ition and on lo c >-erv Sor hu not 6n cd trinns were enciicled on the flank and comrelled preeipat ictretH hut th with (Continued on I'agc v INDIAN lication it is kiiovyn they liavo been following prices; Slack coal, investigating oil prospc t m tins dis triot ami ate so well plMi.il the oJtlook tint lhe> TROOPS ASIATIC IN TURKEY leases. Or.e of ,._....... _. that II Ii ros ibh tin) oil H of Mbula cintre at iJodiclnctlIat in the near future Hx. ml buj 11115 up I thr paiU has bt-ital I ten mine un coal oa poi ton i I IitniT S n nei ton No lump have on the basis of 600. to 1600. tons per ton. .The contract was awarded 1 v Mayor Hint ev and. Pin hading I r after tliomlral te t" ere made shqvvlng J tho Canadian coal to bo superior. London. Nov. Admir- alty announces the occupation Pao a poi t of Astatic Tur by.a military force .irom India feienl Ihat bhoulll be argument cnougli TRANSFEflRED TO CARDSTON Marrath Mfa Nov Wanl who has beeii for -some time working (n the rilison mill here has been pro moted to the position of engineer in the mill at Cardston recently trken over the Flllaon Interest Mr Wards lemoval'wi i be quite a loai to In tho Presbyterian church and was ftsc N'ft of the fiaiden City lodge of TURKS PERSECUTE THE GREEKS the 10 Q f, i (Contln inued if FOR BOOTS AT QUEBEC Quehac Que J Vn aider for 500000 pairs of soldiei" "hoes hino heen given to the Qtiebe- ishos Man association b'y the French government, through Hon. ,Dr. Pelle- tier, representative of the province of Quehec in London. This news ardv ed yesterday afternoon; when Joe Gale of Gale Brothers, chairman of the association, received a cable con- taining the offer. A meeting of all the mannfattui ers Interested VMS hold shortl afteriaril and it was decided to acceot tho offer The first 100000 pairs Iw delj.v Gied In France bv the and of Oecjnf t ber and the balance in i CANADIAN Athens, .Greece, ;Nov. Greek families arrivlnn from Constan- tinople c chrs that the areatest excitement Ahere imong the Musielmini which is likely to lead to excios say HiOft the of W Winnipeg been redoubled ;