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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - November 13, 1914, Lethbridge, Alberta VOLUME VII. LETHBRIDGE, ALBERTA, FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 13, 1914 NUMBER 283 THE KAISER LOSES HIS FIERCE MUSTAGHIOS What is Dutg of the Church in Present Crisis? TT "W V ja'-X BRITISH LOSSES TO Invasion and Posen Reaches Berlin Copenhagen, Xov 13 dis- has been caused in Berlin bv the ne-vs Avhich had heen caretulh suppressed "bv the censors that tne "i 'THIRTEENTH-PILL FOR KAISER BILL: BRITAIN TO RAISED ANOTHER MILLL10N MEN AND A BILLION'DOLLAR WAR LOAN Sea Wasp's End is Loses a Submarine HERRIDGE. DO ULO At chuich this, evening again crossed subject of more than ordmarv inter TUP easx-m- immieu auu have est will be discussed the Modera rJ into Se oi bast i'rus tor of tbp General Assemblv of the "-n-- -MQ-J; ,Presbyieiia.n ohuiCu m -Canada Rev .as Dr Herri dge is most brilliant London, Nov. -13. 5.30. .is riimored among shipping' firms in London that 'the German cruiser Karlsruhe has" been .cornered. GERMANS LOSE SUBMARINE Paris, Nov. 3.35 special from Dunkirk, states that a French who fifed to escape the hoi-, mterest rors of war The memory oi the ear- lier Russian invasion .artUlerv exchanges iyivi, 1-10 M ondaj -i -f-rt fnT" 1ihft Til A ft ,n 1. A in -fVi to return to Galicia for the piessnt Q u 100 Vlli he enlisted in the London, Nov.. 13 Great Britain dom'c" ard m spue or an lias created a bad imprebSioa in i t instance and they will not DC and France have warned Eqaadcr and p-esioent coufd do TO in Berlin ._ of x Pnri. xviH not. rmmlftn- less discussion on minor points m families'to be helped j wishes? wTinter: than Tor one to-be the other bd in; rhapsodies and bursts of I woald ,be ,no particular hardshiu on r _ _ the civ ic administration, starting with j weather bur troops have not the head of the municipal govern maSe progress little by lit- VriflTli" I LW .1 "O" ent. tl Thev 'are today established, ar Mr. Ratepayer, "what do you think varying this proposition' It is vour money m 5QO metres froai the net- that is affected, and roar appointees k f harbed.wire entanglements of that are concerned rhat are your by all tie newspapers CENSOR BUSY IX ENGLAND Lordon, VQ-V cncv in tUe war office regulations di- appointed recteJ against camp journalism is Castain seen in the fact that a nevv order has fiAmmanfltn: been issued "that .no member of Commanding G to the bat- spec-iftc violations have been oracorv Morctt, mentioned, but it is believed the were the result of oaargeb President Marnoch had given and highly appre- secn m une iaci wiac.a new officer Commanding w-. uarnings were the result of oaargeb nis C0mm-ehensive and highly appre- been issued member of .'-no 103rd Calgarv Rifles -wilL-te- recruit- that islands oft the Equadcrean coast i dated'account of his stewardship dur- forces be permitted to correspond mg officer heie Major. H Hew- ]uvvc been uscd the Germans as ttie xear, with a long list of ac- either directlv or mlirecth with anv AWn as recruiting officer at coalina: stations and that wireles-, corni: ishmsnts on the part of the Rear Admiral ,i. uiiv-u.. --------_- gin K'-K coaling siaLiuns auu i.iia.u ;paper, office Edmonton, assisted bv oi plants m both Colombia and Eaua-i Board, he called ou 'Mr, F. W. Downer, A violent hailstorm which raged Ofiicers Recruitirg open on "Men- haAC gning mtormation to chairman-of-the Municipal and Civic Wednesday caused much destruction, in dav raoniing at both places at 9 30 crmbCrs the camps at Salisbury Plain sevtr- j_______________________________ al large marquees including thw teits Buildings will "he icadv for of offers and' men, besides ord3rh Cllpat'on on IMondav and U is under- gratifv ing to terts, having oten blown 'stood in mihtarv circles that the j to the case oi typhoid contingents from outbide points just rcttorted, it is learnad that the- AV- man stiicfcen with had re Improvement committee- for his re- port, was .Clean Up ijiuiu tv-c.j-i.Ln n en and "As1 chairman of the Municipal and nen have servei m Civic Improvement committee of the ntingents from outbide points w ill British v olunteer forces, is that cverv Board of Trade 1 A ish to -thank the drafted into the city as the meniman dhle to sho v proot ot spec'al city commissioners speedy The DtGCautlOn Of onlv nr nrfirmjifi nnn-ftnTn tha Thirteenth Street mn d i arc enrolled The precaution of onlv qualifications or previous non-com completion of the Thirteenth street sisted inoculation, ab he objectea to 400 men m tbe first place is taken m rank will ce given even opportmrtv subway the practice suw nd also for the cleaner con- order to le able to gne everv man Of showing his -.biliU and if found ditions existing on the street cars i order to be auie TO give everv man Of showing his '.Diiiiv ana it tound ditions existing That nulitaiv caste d'Stmctions Ort fljlS fuii equikment right away Storrs thorocg'nv co'ncetent his claims for since the same vvas brought io no- more-pronounced in England than in dn nere and even thing ros soecial attention vill he suen eveiv 1 tice br this con Canada is exemplified "m the com- plaint ot a Canadian private who an L-quuvmciii, otuj-t-s tnorou'g'uv co'nueLent ms oianus ior since ins same i _ ._ nere and even thing ros special attention vill he given eveiv j tice by this comminee I would, fur- done to assure the comfort 01 considerat ou Lieutenant "Colonel A ther ask for -n.hat many of r------------- _nl-s l.F Bell is an old soldier and it is the cluster Jights especially. onJJie had sacniiced a ejood pc'-.tion to special attention called to the the forces, and who states that in a conditions oi enlistment icatare Sahsburv noter the manager ed him not to use the leaumg and smoking xooriis officers were occurring them FOUR- GERMAN UNIVERSITY -PROFESSORS FALL Berlin, The- Hague and London newspapers printed yesterdav and of four .uni- -who have lust fall en in "oattle's'hdjtving :how largely.'uui- people are participating m the active .fighting. if LETHBRIDGE WINS '-HONOR' Announcement, has just.been made that in open to.the printers, of.Canada. a member of the- staff, Herald Job .won sixfh place. r' OKU is a.ii utu soiuici. uuu 10 js> uuc tauatci assured that no man will le given' corner of Thud a enue and Fifth provis'onal rank unless he can make I street Soath are not burning, and_if good also that no man with could not be arranged for the white canons will te overlooked ob.s on all c'ustei lights to be Ic is .mderstoorl that recruiting atlcle2Jied and'f bet- ilhe other pomU will handling ot snow Jiom sidewalKS mcpce at the end ot the oU so dunnS the winter be im- far noth'.c has been announced 1 refer especially; to the m- CARS IDES WIPED: SCORE How.Do You Like.. It? I "I-consider it my duty at this meet- jiiig-to ascertain from the members of IN J UREp j the Board if they are satisfied with jtiie present government of., our city. Minneaoohs Minn, Nov [It will soon have been one year since scoic of" persons were injured today'our affairs have been handled by the at "a-venuc ami Third street commission Form -of government, and- __ _ __ jj ,T A -nvAecrirtn Tine I DownwithShw "I would like to put this motion, which can be opened to discussion, if tirecl: "That this meeting adoot this re- port from the Chairman of the Mun icipal and Civic Imnrovenient com- mittee of "the Board of Trade, antl that a copy of the same be sent to the Commissioners of the citv of Lethbridge for their immediate consid.eration and action.. ;'Respeetfully submitted, "FRED 12, 1914.- DOWNER Chairman Downer was surrounded bv the Commissioners themselves, and Ala} or.'Hardie -was .the first to obtain a hold on the floor.. "He simnlv tecond ed Mr. Dowser'- -motion and down. Coramissioner Grace was the "To the north of the Aisne -we have ttiken possession of Tracy Levall, with the exceptioa of the-.cemetery, to the northwest'of this village ''We have made slight progress to, the east of Tracy X'e Mont and to the southeast of Mouvren, as vs ell as be- tween.Crouy and and to the :nor.theast of Soissons. fin the vicinity of Vailly attack by the Germans delivered ag- ainst those of 'our troops who had re- taken Chavonne and Soupier vvas re- pulsed. -Equal .-failure attended the German -efforts the environs ot Berrv-au-Bac.- the-Argonne "there have been -v lolent --artillery- duels." GERMAN BOMBARDMENT London, Nov.. German ar- tilierv lixe vvas practicallv a contin- ual bombardment, intended to pulver- next to obtain the iccogmtion of tie partment to cope vvith.lthe last s-now- j regarding, the fighting around storm, ;he said in part: and Dixmnde, .in "ftest Fland- ryiors. Work fcr' Less Money. _ -gives, some -idea ot ths nature-oi "In-regard to the paring- of jjas Oin ,vv.-., of Belgium during the past few days. The.-losses are adrmt- v -ted to have heavv, an-d, year it has cost on'.y 60.. cents. This stetement. "The allies' v-ear something like ex-1 ill icgaivi LW i ''I! we have done that to extent, ;.-n IMS. it cost the city of .Lethbridse spend SlOO, vvAue-Jtms. to hcen yery heaTVj pended on public This is the Kaiser's New Face He Doesn't Look Half so Fierce Points Have Vanished KAlQtR BILL Copenhagen, Nov. 13 Ths Kaiser has clipocd off the up- standing ends of his moustache. This startling change m the Em- peror's appearance was observed in the last ;day 'or. two vyhcnvthe Emperor was pacsinj through Central Germany on his way to inspect a large number of re- baHiered by Herald stereo- cruits completing their military trammfl. w N London British Ad- iraltvv'adm'ita' the loss of -the cruis- pSHCiect on. i year only was so 'thatwe have done year for less money. the.commis-- sioners' salaries are that is up to .tlie peopled I have received a salary; ecjui-valenfc to my present, one years, and I think 1 aihvsti of earning as Mayor's; Dftfer.ce; at. FiLSt a-venuc ana ruira -street ivnu vi- gyvciju.i-uy. Souili when a Washington ird vvould like the expression --or this jlbnmouth ofi.the erside car sideswiped a Nicollct and meeting if there is anv room for im-1 .The-names of 94-! -nrntdinpnt with vour .auoroval. I! Cential avenue street car UNTIL, BERLIN! Col. .Sam "Says Will Meet Overseas' .Officer's in German Capital Nov. IS :in his -parting message officers assembled at. the I provement With your approval, I j 'e' KvouUl like to present to you a busi-: ness-man's view of OI rire "Economy at. the present i crisis business ,'that is being enforced I cerlainK snould be the at the citv for the months adyisabl e cu t down Mayor Hardies agajtf and his w-ords staffs it as" uged tnat another' means of helping tne desired end the I'-' vjparing of salaries r. "Lethbndge Is pavmg-big-salaries fie d this mormag tor v to ,ts jiayor? its Commissioners and its neads of departments. Ordinarily lot- be too VnOSt _ x JACi C la yiiw V.JT V e -ratc'rwo-d .port, having lound While the- latest- French .next trap missing atte ile it isels> fro some night, attack _ has "fOfUTld strength has constantly main- tained by- feiMorcements HEAYY.: HEINFOKCEMENTS It is.lniovvn.'that the Germans also have; been.': feceiyiiig -heavv supports, of pushing their-Advance through the Frencn ports .'on the channel and French de- taking oi Div- by :--QieC invaders, their progress -to Very little. -For the British r.have has been sub- rain .of shells dav and at bv m- of the most desperate or .which have teen re- tpulSCd.- oflicial attempt by, a; nigiit-attack has been're- that the Ger- attack' the Yser canal to 'BOBS' -OFFUTOi :FRONT a review of all ihe soldicis foi Overseas somce, Majnr- Cereral Sam Hushes said in Berlin.if wuo I do not have an opportunity j catl U3eci {0 r the present ous cncumstances, the pruning v tbis of reining to Kingston be'cro you leave ior .front." Ithat region-east of -have "made.; iltSf Russians tne and Commissioners set a good example I urge and aides to fire ,themselves, but re- cognize that 'this is a time' -jtbrd" Rob ;