Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 20, 1914, Lethbridge, Alberta
VOLUME VII. LETHBKIDGE; FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 20, 1914 NUMBER 289 WINTER HOLDS BIG AN OIL WELL FIVE MI In Foothills Asked by thtion with the ro-in at of el, that trait Hall general man tal superintendent of the engineers to the vear and that his successor 11 juccesJ: p company. There is something over in the company's-treasurj, and with this heavy reserve there will be no ston to. development Work. Ground -Thoroughly Inspected Tne pirtv v, hich included the gen the vear and that his successor oi VESL-IH division would be George Bucv vice-president Mr Bury as vice presid-nt and that Alberta division. IE BRAKE1 ffllDEAIIf Fell Betwaen Car Passed Over Body ENGLAND'S LOAN is ALREADY 'COVERED crn provinces ire endeavoring to de the two little armies i bidlj Three Patriotic Meetings For South Country I.c'-nie Nov 18 i braVeman on the 1 einie-Mor vvis run over and so ,j crusrc.1 that he this 1 ;g from the injuries received vv hile svv itching empty coa the weigh s-ales in the last night at n M Good aner trving to uncouple i car hv the usual method and failing to do so, entered between the cars and tried to draw the pm by hand when he missed Ins looting, and befoie the wheels ot a big gondola which pi'bed over '-J- trucks of the car die rails and the Londm Nov M s new. war loan, the largest in her-history already has been covered atcordlng to vvhioh were current todav in v banking circ ea The Bank of Enellkd, now ever Teports that apphcition-, hive no vet been actuaiii compu ed o that their total is not officially known: It Is not intended to close the subscrintion lists be fbrey Tuesday, unless there should be an enormous over- subscription :HECK TO RUSSIANS: Have Fallen Back Between the; Rivers Where Big Battle is Expected Soon London, Nov. in London and Berlin tht present of the, campaign in Russian Poland :is re- garded as highly Important Ger- many's advance in the Warthe tula country is being watched with intense interest. Petrograd, however, v while of course vitally concerned, seems to be only indifferently Inter.; ested. GERMArT OFFICIAL Bsrlin, Nov. official Ger, man statement says; In West Flanders and in the north of France no appreciable change In the situation has taken place 'Heavy rains and snows, which f rst soaked ard trjn narttally frore the Tne pirtv wnicn inciuueu uie BBU SO.IKEU u tlemen mentioned and a corps of S ground, have made our movements or 10 assi tants came to the tit) difficult ,_____..j Aff MA Revielle Sounds for Him at 5.30 -He Wants to do His Share A v Frince Nov "0 The .Prmc- ol Hal" nov on 1 leld Mir- shal Sir John I1 tench s stall at the front, had a busy time Wednesday and Thursday erai vveeka aso and liave letuTiJ-ed off .and on several times since made this their base of operations -Sesterdas the} retuined from the 'south countrv and Mi Devemsh an iiounted to the Herald tht location of the first Filings have been made on some 20.000 acres of selected, lands on the Hal Deer river the Sotth biskitcbe wan river Coulee Verdigris Coulee Alile Coulee Chmin Coulee I Sage Cicek and Jilk River and in the iast month the party has put out over tee receivcQ il cars atjP A vard here Jj IS __npr standing grouch between the rancher p and the larmei -the kmp of the range were5 thrown irom Beyers Defeated bat andfcniannded In- Commandoes Taken Commandoes Taken ot Dspersed t, had a busy time Wednesday technical terms, an i Thursday. His military duties mm co ,5istinK of itveial foi him on fie move trom earlv nm Irom the sweet Grass ell is to he located on what is described as a great anticlrae, or, in an (inticlinpr- jlds which ;s Hills to ry aiulcuit r, -iA f-ranch attack at Gombres, to tne esterdav 'about "0 uer cent or tne it is his own wish that he 'hall ncl -cience of geoloev consists in vvalK be relieved of an> work which the ing and tniB tne this German Spy was Aboard A rcadian; Shot on Landing ueneral inu m- has suffered i deleat nfar Kimterlv C P R but escaped himself Kirstcr an of VKlKlUll Employee Dies fleer, and 74 men 11 d 100 v ore capttirra an tcnburg i rremter ol the Free State Pro incial Council with 65 rebels vvis ilso captured Commandant Kenbnig with W- me-, has surrendered it Brandfort another tomnnnd has done the bime at i 1 pcuod 101 imncstv t 01 Gen ral Lett t tho reb-1 paTtj have a i done Thev ha e cov ered every cornel of southern W herta along the anticline mentioned, and the. have through two heavy I snowstorms while doing.it. With such an able staff of expen I enced men at the hein it seems inev I liable that oil will be encountered in the south Vr Devemsh savs that it his oua !a--t urn in life to bring in i IjTodunng field 11 Alberta ind he will ____- do i If oil is he-e Commends Canadian Department ______ ._. 18 )n goeaMno-of the oil situ ttion and While engaged in his work al the the anticlinal formations m old mon mmutelv one of the geologist- Nov 20, 3 30 rland violent coming Macleol Not in Samuel lewis, Toronto cording to ceived here the Roval Canad lan Dragoons and Strs" cc Horeo are now at the front Thousands Thronged Depot to Gheer Soldier Boys on their Way HORSE THE CFRONT oj" tre'troopS'ips "v'n letter MISS, Coming over there 4 j w as i German spv ciught on our boat (tne He had the A route whith we wtre sailing and how main men we ha-d, the number ot guns we weir cirrj inj, and bow mam dreadnoughts were with us Ho was "shot at sunrise the morning .vye; landed." o FRENCH FIX SEPT. 1916 AS EARLIEST DATE FOR PEACE It the crowd ever as- the station platform was lined with wrabled in Lethbridge to witness the a solid mass of Humamti from departure oi volunteeis, that saw vard olflr-c to the overhead bridge London, Nov. dispatcn third continent march gallantly and Patriotic sones and'wild to the Standard from Bordeaux dailv down 8th street vester-loy to cheers enveloped the mcil as, thoj says that French officers fix the station and loan! the train for, climbsd into the coiclic and the September, 1316, as the curliest the mllitarv Iasc jt Calcarv strains ot the "Rcl White and Blue" date for the conclusion uf hos- twos and 'Clod Save the King', tiiities, and forecasts another accompanied h) the O.tirons wailed on the balmv chlnook as the sis-months, praot cally amount- torn pulled out Somr very touching bo a? 'Ws a Ifltit to nprcr- scenes vvere cnctc-i as the Chnadlafi "10 tcrm8 ot Uo ar nere maichel to the station Tommies sifet their latcwells Major llu ijf. Hi dcp.rliirc was spread Slew ir1 nt-ompJnicI the tonii tew hours, and to Caliurt. t, t 4 t j f. FUNERAL OF LATE BANKER Toronto Ont Nov fun ernl of Col D R it All Saints or ot Montreal stepnen_lnher oi t _t _n ___, Mo in 41horlo or thence to vicinltv ot Macklln, SRsk thence to the virlnih ot Irma, Uti ind tnonce to tile vicinity of tbe Manhittan To New jnd IHe general mirar i" of Tnnad ian banks and ilnancial companies 1 of oil and ga' if an Born November 20, 1841, receiving the .coniMtulitiont of WtHy1 navln ttrd hit hoit of hit CANADIAN WOUNDED 'J IS BR1TSSH MP London, Nov Tred Campbell, DSO, of the Blicn mentioned in last nights casuaitv list ai being wounded is the Unionist mem her1 61 Parliament for North He Is a Canadian, and was born at Simeoo, Ont are proven to e-sist, so far is present know.edg" goes, and that if people aie hound to exoend laige sums of mone In the diiillng of wildcat wells, thev should investigate he region mora closely, and rid them aches of the idea that, every little an tlcllne discovered Is a favorable on which to bore 'or oil The speaker cnm _ the 'blue sliv nws of some of the States for the protection of Investors against imscruoulous promoter' ind remarked that minv ot the western borings ire belnc made on the ad vice 6f charlatans, who style them s6hes gtoiogists and oil experts, and who have no foundation In which to base then cljlint t (Continued on a m reignl eri, I he sudden and ol winter has caused a suspension ui hostilities The Mgion now has a temperature of that of the New coast on i bleak vvmdv dav 111 thii w either tlie armies ire compelled to live m the devastated ternto'j v hert there are no bouses to give shelter or warmth Phjsical numbness no' imlitarj exhaustion has caused the temoorarj lull in the battle. inLM.II OFFICIAL Pans Nov French official communication issued this afterncm savs thit vesterdav there were hard !V inv mlantrv attacks on the part 01 the enemj and thit their artillery actmiv was largely reduced The inlirws Tile da) of November 13 was mark- i d bv the almost total absence o' in fmtrv atUcki on the part of eatmv it the samt time their ar- tillerv lire wab much less -violent than f i t e ifternoon of November 18 lo the north the weather has vcrv ind snow has fallen Ml the legion of the Canal to the cist of Diunnde is invaded by the- vv iters i In fiont oi Ramscapelle we withdrawn frmi the water two 185' centimetre mortars abandoned bv ths There has been lairlv heavf aitilier; lire to the south On the centre there have been no important actions to report In the Argonne three vigorous attacks on inc part ot the enemy's uifantrj have bcon repulsed "On our right wing the Germans have re occupied the destrosfd tion of Chamoncourt further to the east, we have made some progress (Continued on Tage Z) Rev.A.H.Denoon Arrives; Will be Inducted Tonight Rev H Denoon and family irj lived in the citv on the cnrlv mora-' ing triin flora M b, sbtr-imi? the larger portion of tlfe ionwiil be inducted1 DWlorate of Knox church, to-, 2nd will preach his fitst Knov church on buB.laj mins Of the Maclcod I'r will held this nlttrnoOC.