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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 18, 1914, Lethbridge, Alberta VOLUME VII. LETHBR1DGE, ALBERTA, WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 18, 191-1 NUMBER 287 ET ATT V LLI FOR DISASTERS I lAmsteidajn, Nov TV P.ui-Geinmmbt Post'has been suspended itn ,t iuloiil .11 lido attack- ing Che ioi incapacity in tlie field Tt is owing to them, it is asseited, tint Iho entnc plan ol campaign would to he cliaiigecl that Oiacow must now he abandoned and that hotli ,um> leaden s ,ind diplomats iind thcmsehps in a voiy nasl> situa- tion The paper pioceeded to dec hue tluit niucli oi the blame slate of aftans juustbe laid at the dooi ol Iho Inipenal Cliancelloi blundering policy had diagged into a war in which now thcie was no telling how would emeige Local Armory Had En- roll 69 at 100 in Two Days At -one o'clock had been enrolled ;today 69 recruits Rush for the Prospectuses Shows Public Willing to Subscribe Billion London. Nov.. dias beeira.steady demand but no par; ticular rush on the CchtraH bantes to Recruiting for the battalion get the, prospectus of -the new BiiUsh ofmfintrv opened, 4t the. afmorv ,var ipan pronrply it the appointed hour with interest 1 per cent price 9o a line prospective'focruits throng- and redeemable at jiar Mnrch ol, ing ddotp eager to get their jaag TWlK-'fl1-tifr hundred men of Letbbridge, issue as sgsn as over MO men at amount "Ms lists in the leady and amttSup- to serve their present case will remain open until country, %-lton the time came lor Tuesday and the prospectuses can fct them to respond obtained at all banks and in anj I he arniorv, which is no larger'post office of the Tjnltcd Kingdom that a large-sized hen house was Consequently the opportunities for crammed with the recruits all morn the public to ccne into touch1 with HIE arid no progress was made with the loan are wider than usual The the swearing in. it is an views the loan ticipatKt that 4 large number will good investment and. some- members have'Sassed the physical tests, ind express the belief that another loan be readv to take the oath Mans vvill be issued sorai. time in men came in. from outside points sev eral days ago, and have been exam med and passed, and are merely wmt- ing to be signed up The gathering was a'istatvvart one ind onct the Kaiwr'gets wind tliit the are to be included m the second contingent he will mate preparations to retreat at once ;L i Major, Stewarts prediction that the men would all be obtained anil enlisted within two days is Naval Losses to Date London. Nov. Spencer Churchill Hon. Wi niton first Lord of Uh. Admiralty, Gtattd m the House of to cc ue true for a large percentage Commons today, in replj of the applying are passing the i lioni ths Bntisl reply to a iphvslca] examinations without any Iroubref and .more than the required number-i have applied fcr an opportyn it) to'be tested already H will be a question of selection of the most cipeneAcM and when tie squad leaves fbrithe ''Battalion headquarter? at Calgary, it will be composed ol the vety best men ayailable No mar- ried men are o'euig taken iiun, wink h.. ualties to date were Officers killed 222, wounded, 27, misting, 5 Men killed, 3455, wounded, 428( misting, 1 Thli list, the Lord said, aid not Include the misting officers and men in th- Roval Naval' Division at Antwerp and on the British crulur Good Hope, tunk by the German off the Chilean coait, which totalled 1000 and 875, respectively. WIN WETASKIWIN; ATSON LOST DEPOSIT iiton, >.ov 18 i Conservatives who refused ,to _.....J the political Iruce vvhrn luu been jeclared hi the Federal leaders w ill Aid poor satisfaction m the re- sult oijthe b) e-fllcttion m Welaski win yesterday to vacancy m the locsl legislature caused hj the death df Clus H plin Not only did Hiigh J Montgomery the Liber- al candidate, vvinHhe seat but he did so'with such ahr overwhelming that thQ opposition candjdatc, Ipst lur deposit figures available this morning were I Montgomery W1 Watson 451 Monuromerv majontv One sniall poll only heard from: At the last election the late.. ;Mr. Olm's majority vvafe 200 even NEW JOB THE CROWN PRINCE STORY A FAKE SA YS SURGEON Winnipeg, Nov. .T. C. H. Beaumont, in50011 on the While Stai linei Ohmpicj denies that the Bntish -dieadnaught Au- dacious Mink in Lough on Octobei 27th. The York Siuidaj Times oi Ncn winch has .11 mod in Winnipeg, publishes the following ston on ils honl page 'Di C' H Beaumont oi the While Stai linei Baltic, tthn h aimed ironi Lheipool night, who sin aeon onihe Olympic on her last voyage horn New loik, she put into Lough Stilly, said 3 that theic absolutely no truth in the icpoit that the ciew ot the battleship Audacious1 had been rescued by the. Olympic." Kaiser to Crown-Prince (after, reading despatct) The Barbarians in onn dear Prussia' Whv cant they iustrla, or. Havana even' Havealt I provided Turkey for them to Invade' Sonnv I guess jdu had better go east and stop this foolish invasion right by Frlse TURKS FIRE ON tt X CRUISER fr 9 EVEN LIFE NETS WON'T STOP SUICIDES Chicago, 111., Nov. Life nets ill the. rotunda of the Chamber of Commerce building, in an attempt to dij courage suicides, proved "n availing today. A mails' about 50 years or age, jumped from the fourteenth floor, plunged 4 through the screen .at the eighth floor and his lifeless body was entangled in the broken strands of the third 'floor screen. is Target For ,Guns of the Forts of Smyrna Get man Spy Had Charts Showing Quebec Harbor Washington, D.C., Nov. Captain. Decker of the cruiser to- Secretary Danl Is early today that while-1 proceeding from Vurla to to make -aii official'call, the ves- sel was fired upon. Uncle Sam Anxious Washington, D.C., Nov. Decker s report confirming fc last news dispatches, which of ft cials. hoped and believed were inac- them today in a state of amazed .Svohder. Every effort is. be- made to get more comolete re i ports of the incident from the Ten s oommandei His leport docs Tennessee or her PRINCESS JOIN PATS''TO HOME-; TROOPS Mpntroa1 Oae 18 The Gazette this .'morning has the.following -from its London correspondent: The Princess Patricia fc have'..left. Sal- ishtiry- Plain, and -have gone to Estimated Value of Stock Shipments of South for Week, British Reel Bombards German Base on the Belgian Coast Stock shipnenU lor the will London Nov IS 7 a m -A Rot- mother recflrd, in spite ol terdam despatch to the Daily Alan the heavv weather and the unsatis ine British (leet received. 111- factorv sr-ipmng conditions due toijormatjon Monuav which led them to the storm Uil'f River leads this carrv out a vigorous bbmbardment week with au.ordei for No 0[ Knotto and Zeebrugge on the Bel- nformaticn was. available as to tie glan coast Tlit company's shi Fed in g pper or tlasb dPatojaij'to fce ship- twofk 'Of the "Bruges ship cinal, in this large are Being used as a bass, fir Rnre it is learned, wll ship1 QErm mihtarv trains was er 75 cars during tta latter pact o! I etj- tram or five cars full ot sol the montjn moimg the total monthly struck bv a shell took fire shlprrents well over 150 cars of live destroved Much damage stock dpne to the Oerman stores and sup- Ihe folio mg is the list of cars on older at the despatcher s office heie for th- v Some o! the slup- meits will be delayed bv the snow CirJston 12 tars calves icr Gadsbv Monuaj Milt River U cars stock to P Burns, Mondiv vtnssv La1 c 8 cars stock far Olelchen rupsdS) ,Ma grath c.ais double, decked sheep, to Calgarv Mondaj 8 double deok and 1 single desk carb sloiA to Calg-in Mondav Nanton, 4 cari to Calgarv todav1-, Maclecd, 12 cars sheep to Fridaj plies CrtRMVN G-ENBK4LS KILLED Berlin via The Hague and London, No 18 150 a m The Herman casualties, list just issued, records the of two generals and the Lethbr dge 11 cais shipped today to Calgary MilV River 27 cars, to loaded touav for Calgars In addl tion to these close to 10 cars will wounding of another Oeneral Alfred 'Von Vrieien was killed on November 12 and General on Lepel is the other commanding ".officer reported killed on .the field. General Von Lepfel was in commaad ot the reserve mfan- trv division General Stenger, com- mander of the 53ril Oerraan Brigade is, listed al having been su- FRENCH Pans, 18 French omciat Winchester ,n order'to be faTe left Tethhndge ,n small con-, Pans, 18 he nearer Southampton It seems sigmneiti, during the week rnafong statement given out in Fans nearer Southampton It seems HVe'y that tliLy will be merg ed with the Home division and are: likely to see actlv e sen ice before a iv of the: other Canadian regiments a total of H8 cars shipped ironi sou ternoon sajs that vesterdaj numerous "artillery duels and soine rthI isolated miantrv attacks, all 01 which Ji w ere repulsed city of U Qiebec Nov 18.-That P G ff Hoffman arrested at The Pas, Man not 8av whether Nov. Gth, en a charge of spjmg m launch, as, was reported in the nens Canada for the German Government dispatches had been fired oil had copie- c! charts givm? full data Aside from being considered as i lor the -iafc navigation of the harhor act the firing miv be of this at- in various ways The first ternoon when the' photographic de- rep0rt saia the ciuisers launch hid partment of Livcrnois Stud'o in this oeen turned b> three shots from the city established from their collection forte as it was entering the harbor of of plates that Hoffman wh'le he was Smyrna in the emploj of the Quotec Harbor, officials the lorts mav have Commission had ordered copies pt a that method of warning the VI iy Ol tviilVll gavu majontj of 16 lastelec tion, a majority o[ 80 yesterday. "Mr Montgomery is one ot urn's leading merchants, while con is a giam bujcr i which gave a blue print chart of the harbor from HUNGARIANS ARfe WITH US V i Lethbtidge Son of Hungaiy Repudiates Austria for the Allies Siller} to, the Island o! Orleans. READING. FOR JOHNNY CANUCK Londoji iNov tons of books, .consisting of volumes nuve been received, at .Salisbury Camp for :the the Canadians. Fouf. JIhrarles have been, -formed at each charge ,of a-.board of chapi Inins. Periodicals are received h> carload. Szabados, a resident, of North wants Canad ians and Brltlth, to full> understand Hiinsary la I not Aastrla Sraba dos comet from Hungarj, and he (Hat (lie people there are flghi Ing simply because ,lhe? are forced to "Hungarians ilo not iympathlzo with AuBtrtaf said would like It "you i explain so the Englishman will rot be, fio tore Bepyhllc, In ptatii to feiolutlon, but that Austria won In her fight for the maintenance of a monarch} so that the Hungarians vvero computed to submit to the Austrian government We are sorrv In our hearts for. this war and we hate to see all this bloods'icd said he i have no sympathy with Austrian' and are merely flghtinj because Imve to Szabados that If It were only known Hungarian would) ho found to be with the Alliei. c- c- WILL BURY ROBERTS IN ST. PAUL'S London, Nov. body of Field Marshal Roberta has been' brought across the Channel from Boulogne 'to Folkestone. Everywhere it was accorded the highest mili- tary honors.' The body will .be.': entombed in St. Paul's Cathedral. ship against. mine fields in the har- .bor. There has been considerable uneasi- ness about .the Tennessee, and also th'd- North Carolina, since they went to Turkish waters to. look after 'the Interests of Americans. [Smyrna. is in Turkey, in-Asla, onlv a ;few rriilep do'wn the coast from the Early Report London Nov 18 A news ageno .3 Krupp Agent of High Rank Roams London BIG BATTLE IN POLAND TO BE EXPECTED SOON London, Nov the incessant agitation against Ger man spies, and the otrin gency of the policy ef the Home Office toward no lets important a personage than the agent of the Krupps in land it going about London and has been since the'thlrd day of the war, practically at will. This man_is Frederick von Buelow, a brother of Prince-von Buelow, ex. Chancellor of the German Em plre Vie came to England in June as a member of a party, of which Herr Krupp von Bohlen wat tl-' head, and ho ren-alned here': after hit chief's departure. moving hack Galicia. ite- are oilicnl communication, have tcm atticks (roil Yser I the heights of the Clause anil clainj progress al ill points ilong the line BIG UA11LU lOOMfe UP In tha cistern arena no decisive actions, ire renort-d, b rt one maj tc Rl'SS CrENERM, The (lermans have captured m the battle of Kutno General Von KorK, ot Warsaw, and his staf BARON'S SON KILLED London, Nov the latest cKs- ualty list issued bv the War Office s on in Russian Poland, I Cnpt Hon ADS Mulholland of the vvh-re Hie liiissian advance has comriinsli Guards, eldest son of Baron Dun into contact with leaw tfcrman con-ileath, Is among the dead His widoy tingcnts Is daughter of the Earl of Stafford dispatch reports that the forts ,0 Smyrna have fired upon a launch of -.'i. the United States cruiser Tennessee, which entering the Gulf of PRINCE OF AN flCE DECAMP London Nov IF Prlncp ot i Wales TV ho is now nt the frodt in l France; has been made an aide-de- alr Joan Smyrna to arrange for an anchorage for the cruiser BISHOP OF QUEBEC DIEO ON BOABD SHI" Quebec Que Nov Lord ehlp Bishop Dunn, had retired BlBhop of Quebec, died on board the Hesperian within sight of Ireland He was on his to Bng land (6 live, PELLETIER A JUDGE Ottawa, Out., Nov.- L P Peiletler, former I'oM master General who U recoV erlng his health at Atlantic Olty, vm today unpointed a Judge of the Superior Court at Quebec WELCOME JUSTICE McCARTHV t 1., s t T Local Bar Society 'JVe'.coniei'Him on H a First Appearancs Hefp VVKh one o! the submitted at a tltjlng ot the 3u preme Court, hta lordship Mr justice McCarthy took hii poiltlon on a Lsth liriatc bencTi vectsrday nfternoon for the flrat time ilnce fits npudlntmant Mr, M Johnatone congratulated his lordehlp, on behalf of ilie Bar cacieU, on-Mg iJevatlon to the bentUI in term cf docpest re at euBh he hod i nut. KH i.iv. Acquaintance I his lorJslup, BUO'I aoqummnnce ns an esureislon oi sincere thanks and He ajij appreciation to the members ot the Lethbridge for their words 68i good will He realized he said, that the men vv-ho have preceded him on. the bench have set an example that will lequire the greatest diligence te frtlolv His lordship toped tliat never Itce vould never mlscarrj Tno first ease to occupy lord- ship's artentioii was thai versus the JLernbrfdge Collieries w eRssxfjp' BWp would nroven fohliscons for the Lice McCarthy V' s'-n ;