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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - November 14, 1914, Lethbridge, Alberta VOLUME m LETHBRIDGE, ALBERTA; SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 14, 1914 NUMBER 284 (BHANS WHL NEVER CAPTURE CALAIS- IT WAS RUMORED IN OTTA WA POLITICAL CIRCLES YESTER- DAY THAT CANADA WOULD LIKE A COUPLE LIKE THIS Raise 100 Men for Infantry Then for Battery _. WILL BRING TOTAL UP OVER 400 MARK Here is some nev s that w 11- be .more..than one .man. in the cltv "waited au-Mouslv and eagerly for "word on the recruit ing for secondT--Canadian contin- gent. Stewart advises that recruiting for the 31st Alberta In- fantry Battalion, will commence on I .Nov.enaber.'.lS, at 9.30 in tbe morning at the armory, 602 Tenth street The military new-s is short and Major Stewart says tnat is 'anticipated, "that the required strong-rrwill be enlisted It is going to be a question, of sifting the re- cruits" vout; for many- mere than 100 anxious to go In fact already been examined Dr have passed the phjsical tests, and are now merely waiting for their'.-names, to; be; placed on the lists. Dr. Thomson at the arrnory every evening at 7 "0 to recen e and .examine, 'those, who "want to enlist, 'but who do. .not rcare'to -wait around if thej are nor physically fit for ser vice: Lethbridge has alreadv contributed about 150 men, and with, those who o "witTi the Isaits'mn of and -nith'tne battery tnat is to be enlisted later, the number "will be close ,to- 400, including the reservists who left Tihen war' was first declared -A- number of. men. from outside infantry and artillery contributions tnat go fiom the Lethbndgef mihtarv post. i Former Local Boy Wins Soldier Limerick Prize WHERE EMDElf WAS DESTROYED. Force of Blows iri West Flanders Slack- Fighting at Dixmude, Reported Taken by Allies PRUSSIANS HURLED BACK; After Penetrating British Lines in Two Places Near Attacks in Strength Verdun--'AlKes Report Minor Gains J ..London. Nov. official and reports concerning sit- Planers, agree force of the German" assaults-'-on-the Allies' line, disputing the- way to Dun- kirk and Calais, has that n> invasion" -of will bs gained by :the ____ official Statement .der; clares that from the se'a to'the. river Lys, action :has. been less keen, that ifce Allies 'have assumed the offensive along some.-parts 6Y the front, are making progress .south; of have' let .ssst of .Ypres. ..'j-'C .r Artillery duels continue along tne. rest of the line- unofficial uation feeling is growing the coveted base for: The Parts GERMAN RAIDER EMDEN. AND HER NEMISES, HIS MAJESTY'S AUSTRALIAN CRUISER tain and her Allies Tiere greatlv rejoiced and mucTi relieved when the camp that tne German cruiser Emden, ?luch had menaced commeicc m the Pacific since the opening of the war, had finally been fought and destroyed thP British Austral-an cruisei Sjdnes in the Indian Ocean The lajout-includes a map shovang the tattle took plactlSd also a picture of the commander of the Emden Captazn Karl Mullen whom the British press batue tooL u naxai officer" It is said that Muller was rescued with jpart of his and .refers to as a is now-a nnsoner. BRITISH BATTLE CRUISER AUfiAGIOUS REPORTED.AS SUM BY MINE OR OCT. 27 British official report gives vivid idea of the tremendous actipn .which preceded the attacks on the Germans. From for three hours, trie Britons der a heavy artillery fire, which be succ-seded by .an onslaught the Prussian Guard, who were hurled back after" the British lines at two. points. Dixmude has been reported occupied by the Allies, but Britain at War for the Right, and Church Must Do its Duty in the Crisis have resumed the offensive atcertalnV, however, there: IB believe that this town the centre of savag-e fighting. FRENCH OFFICIAL Nov.. 2.14: ".p.i 'French official communication.'.! a' German attack against bridge' at Nieuport resulted that -various offensive movemeiits of the enemy, around Tpr'es .been The text, follows: i; "In Belgium a German ainst tlie bridge at Nieuport in: a and various; efforts; fensive movements on ".the the enemy in the :region to to the south east, .of checked. "In the environs of ihave -progressed one' [.ward the east. and Arras minor region of (-the .vicinity, of the .JfBerrjva-i-Bac, Germans ha ;but 'withoutjsuecess-. :iure Four-derParis and St. County courthouse ylast -Through-Vtlie kindness of Mrs. .Hugh j ?9' Herald'has: received a advices rcccl copy Edward -News -New York NY NOV_ 14 Rumors of disaster to the r dreadnought which have persisted ever since "the White Star liner Olympic diverted from her course, arrived' at "Lough :are. publ ished aboard'-- -the C.N. R. S. S. Roy- al Edward was .on this vessel' that -Ross: Taylor of this city, the first con- is very in- received today by ther -As- sociated Press from-'-a Ire- land. After, a -less- than! years, the .'King rge V. lament of hfs Majesty's 'warships. items of BpeciaT. Eethbridgc folks is.. competi- tion vaii which was -Tvon --by Pte. :Bosworth, formerly where 'he .was a nicmber of staff, and later of Sas- ShaltViiot'-'-is Royal Sd- 'And the Eleventh .-Battalion are fully agreed That-the .in 'not gamb'lej, 'Not bop'ze: "and. ,'npt .ramble', .Would 'pV--better .tacked on fb her speeoV'. "lies at the bottom1, of the T the north coast of Ireland: She was er rushed forward at full speed while tav a torpedo or mine just before 3 morning of October 27 by -a her made ready for the.r UP CQ WJr I C1CYV iwj h. wi i 3 o'clock m the Vojunteers called and double the possible exception of one or two-men th'c whole crew of 900 of- ficers and men were rescued by small' boats from the Olympic. The rescue. wss made in a rough sea through; brilliant and daring seamanship on1 "the part of the White Star crew. 'The- battjeship's cry for assist' necessary to man the lifeboats- responded. The-crippied battleship was'reach- few minutes after 9 o'clock and ;alL but 100 of .her men had been transferred. Bv. that-tim-a the, _ battleship had a dsc.ided list at thejmgnt stsrn, where, just below.-the" water- vvarnor ,s, w lose Hne, she received her wound. Two' at "the- crucial moment turned tide day. "Up and at them Wellington s battle cry, that won the dav at Waterloo, ex- succinctty duty or the m the nresent crisis Dr Her- terian Canada, after ridge, General Assembl ot Wednesday night., 'was; "found today in the Tombs; courtroom just "under the District .'Attor- ney's office, occupied, by Goy- ernor-elect The room was crowded- h'e bomb contained slugs -w ever delnered irom a. local pulpit, closed his.' reriiarks- on "Th.e Church s Duty in- .the .Present" to a large -amUence in Kiix church last ly ;burned. I IIC Utfitujcoiii p y iwi .line, SilC 'tti_. w ivw ance was caught by the wireless op-. of .engines were "unharmed; but erator. of the was on-'i.thej one .aft .was put out of'commis- ly about 50 miles distant. The.steam-; ALBERTA GERMAN ARRESTED 'Mein dott, VVe're Going to Canada' he Said CaJgaryj 1-5. Schaeffer.of.Clayton, "AJta., German. 1.9. miles east ot .a copy of a NeTV-.York: German newspaper, that liad mails, and contents, ex native.tongue, it .is .going to liave, Surrounding, Jiini'.: were loyal :Riis- however, and they .to 'the po- who rounded Schaeffer up ,'on a charge of, usinig seditious language.; He dar, and5 .Magistrate and..-he was. permitV'd.fTevi'dence procured. the 8IR.C WALTER GILBEY DIES .Walter Gfl- bey, circles 'througli- out the-' died-r- today. He -was nien hare. recruits for--.' the Taber. second at- They the Paterson The latter Cameron TORONTO ALL" G E R M ATM EM P LC> YEES Novli'.' Kphl- mau of the Works -'depart-. ment. quit day. following ;an order city council'for.the dismis- sal of all" Austrians'. 'and Turks. v Life; and Snbwoo Expected to Go to the Front Very of Therrr to Follow SURPLUS OF OFFICERS Ont., ..Nov. Prom .word: that has been received here it is un-. derstood that the first of the Canad-" will be the Princess Patricia's Regi: ment. It will go to the front Captain Those who -were 'not iortunate hear Heirridge cannot brilliancy of. his ad- v any iherb report. H6 is an i5r i orator of ali'-v a thmk-er a fighter ;'a of- Christ -r Y.orQS Will IVt-saritime..'the. "bulkheads began to Pie of in.this- city, more than! giveaway, and it apparent I anything'-.that has.: happened to them, that be impossible to tow i and not say, the ship or t6 save j was .Dr. and several other warships which came up, stood by--- Later .in the-afternoon, it was decided: -to Abandon the--Audacious, and ;the officers and men who had re- ;mained aboard reluctantly left her. The flotilla of rescue ships con- to. stind by, however, until :that when a terrific explo- iiori occurred-on the Aud- Failed to Children Vaceinajei Missions, 'o.f the "Presbyterian Church in Canada.. In opening his remarks, Dr. Her- A "test case 'with regard -to com-. "Particularly in' the vicinity of dan. several partial, offensive on the part of th-e enemy checked by the fire of cur the movement of -the c'd'uld be' undertaken. Y: "In the Woevre district and in lor-; where- bad: weather there is nothing. to report." BATTLE .-IN. THE AIR Paris, Nov. 13. A thrilling, encouh-. r in .which- eight aeroplanes, four two .two "figured, occurred in the Ticinity -Ypres-. 'The German machines bT artillery and eight they .carried, -killed. The Ger- "mans were seen approaching to re- connoiter the -line .of the 'allies. The British airships immedir rately ascended to meet some. the craft -about -each other risitig, ,'while machine guns spattered bullets 'among them. Tiie sky was clear. and the gunners: the ground had -.-a good .view r.'pL aeroplanes, but failed to 'cripple. any of the -German machines. -suddenly four of the allies' aeroplane> made a' swift dash toward their "o iddgc. tliat although this was ]jce pulsory vaccination paired yesterday, -and-' -MagistTate t tJciivy buu.u i Itc tOUL LI V CS v his first Visit to Lethbridge. he had Elton dismissed a "case; to beard-'inuch of -the little western city court by the school; board from tonner pastor, of left St..An- drew's G. bland.'. hais trenches and were followed Germans, late, discovered-', the feint'and perceived __the 'the situation only burst around them. ,whsn In a ho. left St..An-' scrupics" his .yaj-.where he was children have of-school! minutes the four German aeroplanes] crashed to earth. aiori occurred-on board and tne AUO- o acious. plunged stern first, and in a Dr. Eerndge, to several weeks becauserhe dcelmeci moment had disappeared. 'the nation's- flag the battlefield.; to have them Taccinated: 'The Public I The last time Dr. Herridce.saw. Kev. j Says that; at-' i G-ordoni. at school tiie when: the Schools .Act .Is It True? the aboye report is. correct, it sliows a.'complete reversal of the.pol- icy .of the Adrniralty. which hitherto lias''.'-iost.jnp. time in making public ij'ews of naval losses. extra- ordinary, that, the news "should have 'been kept'dark for over "a fortnight. soon, and troops to folio .oti t, it was bound to leak them will not-be the first contingent-Lt ,nothinc apparenth- to an ;cgclism. at Salisbury- Plain, .but. the .detach-1 be peeping it back. What ments from the Princess Patncia-s 11_ ii._j. Regiment to be sent from Canada. Surplus of Officers the two conductCQ iservicos at the big dren-shall question as to who ._.., .Thn. sfihhol board .miattar i; fccard..of Col Sissons the Htit pi-acc'.in werriugc to said had war and I -tltat into by Ger- j shepherd, on sch.bol. J ar hideous, .purpose, and hoard found out ''vthe !nn 'Britain, ni' 1 n nrn.sKrii.tft B.ritain, see all the hi if i oe -gainea-uy. it nan .._.... even-mare'extraordinary is that >.o i traditions.ot-the little weig-vum; formation was laid V'shbald have been made to I the--heel of, ruohless ]and hy Trunnt nn i drawn the sword; Ol- t.jic -city tnc board .There has been ,to what would be plus of officers v-' jitlKl i i u lawn-the sword dismissed i-.canno.t sheath; the late son ;Sir of officers v.-ho went to Engiaml. jspoka-at' 'on ,the the Roderick the first contingent.. It is and furlher- that no-reference j 'in citv and" district however, .liiat .none will come hr.s. ;b'cen majdc or. the floor of f.he past few to. -._-_.. ifests estate, s an ..--7 which the Cameron some, contingent. Tn is-.a 11 Only, one is being __tier in the second- The others'will receive' in Kitchener's second' great ne_ea of; competent ranch ARTILLERYMAN DROW a'liusts of-the .'real; oM'.Ayestern-Tange i jjoridon; '-NoVi 3 ;life :by an attached'., to. the ,Ca; is''naijjan .broke away an frdm Salisbury.. VPlain snow-until while undergoing detention, :was: found drowned last; evening in tlie at :-River. Avon, succeeded in G'erman'Jpir" These'considera-i jtions- may .well -jmpei the public ..'rjeciive .--with ,'caution so important "AltaV, Nov; Cor.- ch5efr comrhls-' sioned: officer of ;tho: 21st be- in command of, tHe regiment from Al-. "He received a wire V' '.tawa 'No of the regiment'' been received, but it will be along; week.. THE -AMINES? ii: 1 neyas i..cinated.. Milt Dealt With bv Commis- v> DU 11U LtillL .J'tl-Ut-tV y y 'statement- it has besn.'officially i the -and' needs Cj verified. j more I J suspended- soTne' days- ago, of. 'stealing; -terday. disniissed -to return1 to .her DRANK London, BOOZE Nov. Too' much hos- pitality- and "Tire 'water, is responsibls for 'distiiisisUl-of fifteen menbexig the, Canadian contingent. 'those ;h-ave" a 'work-.'; to ;