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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 19, 1914, Lethbridge, Alberta VOLUME VII. LETHBIUD.GE; ALBERTA. THUKSDAY, NOVEMBER ID, NUMBER HIOTREE MORE BRAVE BOYS OFF TO BIG CAMP Hnfantrjr'Qyota Calgary This Afternoon to go Into Training RECRUITING RECORD Hundred Signed and Sent to Base in Less Than Two; Days I.clhbridge's: third contingent oi 1UO men for left this after- noon at- 4.16 over'the Aldersyde line for winter training quarters at Gal- In the early part of the week or- ders came to Major.Stewart, recruit- ing olliccr, to commence enrolling re- cruits-bn morning. This nomine word came from Col. Cruiti- Calgary popula- ______ more than with which the 100 men were signed, on sets a rec- ord for "this -provir.ce-rlOO men in less .than two days.- Owing to'the little time given hy district it was impos- sible tio'give the public much intima- tion" of the departure of the troops, hut at ar enthusiastic gathering was at the depot to give hoys a.royal send-off. The Daugh- ters of- the Empire- had heen notified and had- prepared a fine lunch tor the men, who did not lack in appre- ciation: Owing to the bustle attendant on Ihe'ripid rrcraitiiH, thirc was, little chancel at the armory to gather de- tails qt men who form the first con from Lethbtldge to go with thl second Caivjdian contingrmt However the ranks of the sporting organiaitloiis ol the cltv camt up with a goodlv number of rectuitb The loitball men hale reprcsmtntrvcs jn and Bannmnan while Bruce Danes a local product and one ot the mainstays of the baseball will uphold the honor oi the hall 1 red .Jlftheth another Lcthbriilge tborn and raised here the second, ion oi Hugh Macbeth dill' timer with the contingent fahei also send1; i quota of ten or a dozen men Scurrying Soldiers Cause a Scare Practice Mobilizations Cause of Office Makes a Ruling That the Public Shall be' Notified Ottawa, Ont, Nov.' garding mobilization, the Minister of Militia has IsBueff isstructlone to the general divisional and ells-, trlct officers commanding that no further demonstrations shall be given in mobilization without the people In the.district In which the mobilization Is to occur being fully appraised in advance. tt was understood that this was to be done In Toronto, but must have' been overlooked. The whole craze has an utterly demoralizing effect on recruiting and on the healthi and nerves of the people, and something must be done to stop the unabalanced excitement, "The peopJe may .rest assured that the most car-sful watch is be- ing kept on every part of the Un- ited States border, as well as in Canadian centres .for any threat- ening marauding raids, but -the Militia department will not lend.' itielf to feelings of: Russra Business acumen in the marketing of livestock, as us in the pro- ductldn of such stock, was the key- note at this morning's session ol' tlie Western Stock Growers' association, meeting at the Board of Trade build- ins, for.the pur-josn of re-organizing into their ranks the smaller breeders, EO that more united action can be tak1 en on the question of greatest im- taxation of graz- ing leases, transportation charges, leg- islation, freight rates, aud problems of production. The meeting convened at 9.30, with the president, Mr. George Lane or Calgary in the chair. Those attend- ing were called for the purpose of mapping out a programme, and diB- cussing the business of the general meeting, which took place this after- noon. The secretary, Mr. Gillies, read several communications, the outstand- ing one being from the Medicine Hat Stock Growers' association, which has signified its desire to amalgamate with the Western association. A. cheque covering membership dues for 5G new members was attached, and those present were greatly rejoic- ed to hear of-this substantial and in; fluential addition to their ranks. Embargo Kept ManyAway Tt that some of the largest and most mem lonoou Noi 11-While ill along I uors ot cno association could not at the fighting Illtet, in 1 xintx md Bel tenj and tener-vl regrat was express I-mids of the I rlacing of OIL embargo lir" depaitmenl Poland and talicia, fiercer; righting "Canadian stock entering the United panic. "If mobilization IE to be prac- tised it can'be' done just as well by havln'j ample notice given to the public that it Is only a prac- tice, otherwise it will be the old cry of 'Wolf, "No call for mobilization should ever be nlv-sn unless in case of" real emergency, and all practices should be so notified to the public." Urges Stock- men to Make Buyers Pay Up 1700 HUNS VICTIMS Dr. J. G. RUTHERFORD Who told the stock men in session this morning that, if local buyers would, not, pay a fair price for their -'stock to ship'out-of the country "Bobs" Beside the Iron Duke Funeral of Great Leader Held Today to St. Paul's With All Military Watch the Cortege London, Nov. 19, 12.12 The- body of Field Marshal Lord Roberts, borne on a gun carriage, moved slowly through the streets of London today to its resting place in St. Paul's Cathedral. The streets xverc lined with troops, whil.2 hundreds of thous- ands cf civil lians stood with bared ALBERTA STOCKMEN WILL UNITE TO FORCE DEALERS TO PAY PRICE Russians are Trying to Avenge the Former Defeat at That Place DING-DONG FIGHT STILL ON IN FRANCE mil btotbh 1 he names 01 tin rnembeis contingent are as tollows In the west the iame 'ding don0 Mr V C (ross of Calgirj uns Mgluing tint his been proJeUirg to gue a s-vnopsib of the purpose In me r Vane Chifc 1 Charles H 1 ting i L Hamilton, J. Buchan, .1 rtoss R (T Grid isecs. Pol a N Gowgill Rob insoii C Woods f W Date J Gunning T Bro vn F kennj b4 I Tompkms ,A Shantz A Banner man W Hilton W. K loldwell t -Biddle. E. Cart- racll J S Murrav -Duncan. Stewart, II V Perrement I I Peccc I Mocalis, J W Batcman''J R Yvil Unison V Davidson Jno Scott H Sergeant, tloore L Close C C Edmonds, N Ypplebj S Kecs I Huston I, A Campbell F B Turner, I F ttebb R Smith tt K Elliott, D JIcNabh H Barring lam ft EthicrTli F Robins Grifiiths, H .Hqwellf'D V Macleod O Matthew son F Phillipt, J King'iD Maddocus C Phillips, fl Cnppen G Edwards A H Parsons, M Adams H Woods W Uonch, O Beach, F T Crutten den H Fr Rolfe L Shintry A L Peck, 57 Tidswell, P C Black G Johnson, R Horsburgh A McCul loch, M Williams J J Mhithuei. D W Edgar F H Macbeth 4 B A J 1a.n John Vere Geo Sweda, A B Davies G F Lock, E 'Milton, J D Craigen, E Preecc Wra Temple E Oxlev, jos Prvde Alexander Fotgie t Hit 8eU Record, Too Medicine Hat. Alta Nov 19 Hats full quota of 100 men was recruited Yesterday and there In line wanting to be taken are a >erj fine bunch ot meni Medical examiner Dr MacOonald iMclires one of them John Blozdie' RuiBlaa Is a perfect spec! men oti phvjical manfibod They left at noon today ttt Calgary vv'reks "along tile cntreuched line o' the mectint, He said that it was which extends virtuallv from the the earnest lesire of the executive to North Sei to the bwis frontier is I af raillate uth the everj being wlgul-here an artiller) there of iiiebtock no mattei hon an inhntn the lines Ismail Conditiors Irne ohinged from maming but sllghth ran hmg svstem and ever) man who Oftn1? a cov, a sheep or a' VD1II1 BPrC M lb We to get In the ea-iv the hattlmg is more in banner the nature of Held .Here there are cliuns both th" Austro Oermini and the Russians to Mctor ics and an idmisston b> thci Rus sians to at niiuiii UIKH. owned everj-tblng in sight. The sets Bourse Poland Petrograd treattd" the rancher as a mortal that old antagonism between tne fan msr and the rancher. It has ail .been" due to a misunderstanding, and ail of us have suffered. The ranch owner rode "over 200 or "so" so square miles, and.thought that he owned even-thing in sight. The sets here the Germans forced back the Muscovite tioops gained, a foot- hold near and RtSS VDV-1NCL IN PRUbblA VII along the East Prussian fion tier however ('eLlaii1 the Russians bait made successive ad and claims thit m Gahcia thej have captured the f abics OL the Carpathians through vvpich the tnans would he foicedfto wtnit ineir way back into Aubtrjalu case of a decisive defeat According W> Berlin the Russians were forced to retreat near Sold ail BIG BVTTIL VT faOLU by waj of From Petrograd by of Pans however comes till Statement that a terrible battle of unKampled vio lence has been prodding for four dij> around Soldau, the Russians en deavoring to 'their former re- verse at this place them selves upon the Getnrins with intfe bdlbable iiuv and. positi6 1 after position bv I issiult despite the infernal lire ot In the litest olfjqial ,is sjed bv the Treuch-'wir oTfce it' is announced 1bat in tjio region" of St Mihiel the Germans up the western part oi Chauvoncourt p Nety Schedule for the Coutts Train Several changed m the schedules of local traiBB Sunday next The Great Kalis tram is chang- ed in prdcr the changes m the Grtat Northern main line trams vhich connect at Shelby with tho (anadlun Pacific Iraiir to Coutts and leave at 9 30 in bridge If thcj desir.6 to stop immediate oimcctlon if the> desire to continue to northern points 1 The Cardston tram ill educational tax had been raised t'rcm to a cent an acre, grazing1 leases are now "exempted from paying school and municipal total tax upon them being an acre, in-; MERCER GETS PUBLIC JOB AT MAGRATH THagtath, Nov. council met in their usual busi- ness-meeting tonight., T-W first Hem' of importincc 35 the business Ms 7Ihe treasurer reported that there only about half ot the piiments> marie mrt it dtciriel to go after the deliniuents and get thb 1110116} HI as coon as possihle Ths eluding ?i of a cenl ciii acre for local improvements. V Bury th'e-THatchet "The old a'ntagbiiisn] betwePn tlie farmer and the randier is a thing of tlie Dr. Rutherford, in speaking of the association's new pol- icy. "Our interests are and we caii work-with increased profit, to- gether. essential that the mar- kets be placed on H hetter footing, Tair Market Wanted "There is no use telling ppople to produce more stock; and to'utilize the products, of'the soil in finishing cat- lie and nogs, unless you can give them a fair and equitable market. There never has been a time in the prov- ince when the producer could .be giv- en the as sura nee-..that he would get value for his stock. We should find out art1 equitable 01; not, and then .make the buyers pay whit the stork aciiin ly north on a of market -prices in other North American yards. rJThis is not "lub-dub or hot air. Tae stockmen nre not go- ing to lip down on loi prices if :are low in but if some- one is getting a rake off thej not going to staad for it Union Is 'Individual outcried don't- count for, anvthmg, H e VL to get together jf results are to be achieved. 'should, emoloy man to study the in i North America, and if the ;Lethbridse or Edmonton are, not paying us what our Uncle Sam Asks Constantinople for Exnlanation stuff is worth, transportation charges taken into consideration, let us ship to the market where they are paying the price. In other let us ap- ply and only cure: ctit out the dealers who 'won't pay a fair price and send the stuff the country. That wrii teach the Iqeal buyers that if live (if this country, and live on us, they have got to play the game." Small Breeder Nesds Help Dr. Rutherford pointed out that the small shipper with one car or a half'a car of stock, was practical- ly at.the. mercy of the. buyers, once he had' arrived at the yards. He had to accept what was offered, or take his stock" away, and he couldn't do that. This fleni oust rates 'what an in- finite value the association would be to every, farmer who raised stock, no matter on what scale. 'They can't break us it' we stand together tcptlnued Rutherford We st cct from our number the men who are 'systematic, scientific, determined fighters, the men who will irisiil unity and progress into our or- until: we. get 'where we want to he. Medicine Hat Rancher Speak- Mr oE Hat spoke buefh telling of the difficult} the stockmen in .his district hud: ex- perienced "with re-sard to the taxation of Dominion grazing leases heads In a cold rain, as the fun- eral cortege went hy. The cortege reached St. Paul's at noon, where funeral serviced wero held before a reverend throng, Including King George. The body will be Interred along side the remains of Wellington, Nelson, Wolseley and .other fa- mous Britons. Lord Roberts died from natural causes last wiek at the head- quarters of the British army in France. He was 82 years of age. The body was returned to Eng- land yesterday, and .last night It lay in the residence at Ascot, where brwsf services, attended by Lady Roberts and her daughters, were held. This morning the coffin was brought to London for public funeral. E. L Pilling Brings Suit Against R. ing Mix-up CHATTEL-MORTGAGE CAUSE OF THE ROW mib cas.e unolvmg Cards being hearn iu Supreme In Me Justice JMcCai. ii'-g damages Vn uitere ton par.tier Court tcda til I L J'iUinu extent of from Hubert Me- Benefit Horsemen Too i kendu illebmg fUse Mr. Line said that the The ton Neil ai Stalker Grassj Lake; R." W.. New Dayton; Thos S general estoc! ageJtit C P R Wmnineg and others A. larg number of delegates %vere expected on tMs aiternoon s tram from Calgary, -including; W; F. Stev- livestock commissioner. Ibis mornings meeting -was to confer (tn a plan of procedure The afternoonY.meeting; ..commsnced at two o clock BRITISH NAVAL LOSSES London Spsncer Churchill. announces that the British naval losses to more'jttian 8000 men. 1630 instead of 1755 arriving at item of greatest interest wii it 10 Ueturningi this ever the appointment of a se" etarj tram Cardstpn d.t 7 25 in- stead of b 40 ind arriving Wire at treasurer ami marshal. Thore. were s BRITISH''TRANSPORT SUNK BY GERMANS OFF CHILE COAST London; Nov. aiso, reports that the British transport Crown of Galicia has probable re suit, oi ail attick by German cnn ers The ciew has been saved' arid will be landed at i 1040 instead of 930 This will gnclUiL Catdston pusseiiEcrs an oppottunil) i rnlly applications for the positions and drrat alls, ill li stead 110, returning a- train number "ie5, art'Ving here at 18 Jn1 return in for supp r, con instead of 17 80 ,.crtnnecting withj necting with the jfreaf Iialls tram at number 511 leaving at 16 15 over the Stirling the same as now Aldcrsfde lor talgary, m addition to nvniker 539 over the Macleod line, This Joints to get then neiore lhc Horcmobt train v.ill leave of the townspeople the toiincil arc making a bad CANADIAN OFFICIAL REPORTED KILLED IN, AQTION AT YPRES B.Cf PREPARES FOR POSSIBLE NAVAL RAID B C Nov ma rtne department ol Canada wntch last week closed to navigation cer m______ _______ tain pis-s-ages north ol Isl (er convevmn the fiod-nevis, and as a war precaution Ini issutd Major Outhit to Macleod Young t Men to See Service llaclcod. Nov. spite the tact that no recruiting sta lion has been opened in Macleod for! tlie next continftCTt a number 'of.Mab- leod bojs are determined to join tho ranks-and this morning a'detachment' of left hj fne earh tram for eiaresholm to enlist. All tlic.mmaro; -and popularly known, and. iil- elude" 0. 0. M. Simpson, a well 'known lawyer of this town, and a grandson oi James Young Simp- son the noted Scottish physician introduced the use ol chloroform into the surgen Brian a son o Miior C Brian ot Macleod R.- ot the Northern- Grown Bank, "and Jack Pugh.of tljoi Lnion Baul M Ualsle a son o! F Walshe the well known rancher here ind t. ccifcc Kenun aC P tt official Jack Campbell will leiie tonight to ]om A number oi friends were present; on the plattorm to their departure High School Cadets Win Honors Winners of Lieut Gov Buiyea Company in Province the follow mg additional notice to niarmeis "It may. become necessary to ex- all or certain llgl tb on the coast of British Columbia without lu'thir notice "Masters oi vessels within terntor A ml waters, on; the1 coast, 'British I Columbia anmt obej all instructions I the naval department at 7 11 as at present, will return at 19 45 ofl7 05 5 taken it was dccili-d that A ho lor has couft to Lcth bridge s small but mg mlhtarj world Lethbndge Caoet_ Battalion No iOl hts ciincd oli the Lieutai ant Oovprnol Bulvea shield for excel- lence in training and discipline win mug out the whole of. Alberta in the competition vthicll flaca during inspection in and bridge battalion according to the Ipt it' tlw morning A company is the Hugh g School con panv, coainianilcd hv Fill ton Bonnell, captain, Clarence] Sherloci and Millanl Hobinfeon lieu- tenants I icut Filmcr is highlv pleased the result, whicl) 11, natuiall> i konBt for his abiliti as i cadet instructor ard that the school is pleased goes without Maclood Nov Burdett of the Mounted Police gina, hat been in town for the few (rain Montana i The changes were, aMioitUcrd this'rfr be appoints! upcretarj a halt l> Uth mcrning offiuall) Suptfi a id U K Toaracr is nurslial ;