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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 20, 1915, Lethbridge, Alberta VOLUME VIU. LETHBRIDGE. ALBERTA, SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 20, 1915 NUMBER 289 Cabinet Now Meeting in Bucharest to Consider Possible Action Rome, Nov. part iu the war hangs on the decision of a cabinet council now in progress in Bucharest, today's -dispatches from the Humani-iii capital indicate. The meeting is an extraordinary one, un- expectedly convoked by King Ferdin- andl Rumanian politicians, diplomats and soldiers arc said to be agreed that neutrality is no longer possible ioi" their country. Wk-ther it will he decided to join the Germanic or -the entente allies is still uncertain, however. The king and his supporters are pro-German. The people generally favor, not so miich the entente allies, put Russia. The'Russians, fearing the king will ms ale concentrating troops on their border adjoining Ru- mania. The Anstrians, lest the deci- sion be on the side of the allies, are massing soldiers on their frontier. A decision is expected momentarily. ITALY WILL DECLARE WAR ON GERMANY London, Nov. comes- pondent at Berne of the Central News, telegraphs: "Diplomats understand that an Italian declar- ation of war on Germany is only a matter of hours." MORE IN 10 RESULT OF BOMBARDMENT IN CHAMPAGNE The recent terrific bombardment the enemy-'s lines in the Champagne preceding the recent French offensive wrecked buildings within large radius. Photo shows a farmer's home in this district a total wreck. slief Now Prevails That the Allies Have Come Too Late to Save Serbians- Allies Merely Holding their Own KITCHENER IN GREECE 'Athens, Nov.. 20 (via Kitchener. British war secretary, arrived at Athens today. The Earl and'the British minister were received this afternoon hv Kino- Constantino. London, .Nov. no fidal conflrltialiun liar, been1 received of the report that the Bulgarians have captured Jlonastir, in south- western Serlna, little hope is I'elt in England that the announcement is premature. Accepting it as true, the impression is growing that the entente allies have arrived too late to give any service to the Serhians. The only thing certain in regard to the plight of Serhia is that its mili- tary situation is going from bad to worse. In north main Serbia the armies are giving before j the battering Austro-German forces, which probably would move more rapidly if the weather conditions were better! II is established Unit the Bul- garian's are in Prilepe. and at least have made Monastir untenable. An- r'.o-Krench armies based on Saloniki seem to do no better than hold their positions. Londont Nov semi offi- ciaLstatcment from Germany de- clares that 70 heavily laden tioh transports have passed throuah Straits of Gibraltar during the. last few. days with, men, munitions and supplies, ap- parently destined for Greek wa- ters. One o! the most inspiring respons- es to the call lor support for the Patriotic Fund has just come from the employees of the Ellison Milling Co. Twenty-seven employees will con- tribute Sll'i a month for ten months, a total of The line, generous spirit shown ny the Ellison Co. em- ployee created great satisfaction and pleasure when announced to the cam- paign committee this morning. The cause of'tlie -Patriotic -Fund was plac- ed before" the employees the tfther evening just before leaving the. mill at 6 o'clock by Messis A Bu- chanan, Donald Bull and "Wc- Cready, supported heartily bj G, W. Green, managing director The men afterwards met aiidrdecided to con- tribute the handsome amount 01 "ill'-ior fHe combined gift of panj and men reaches Mr1 Grten has displayed a deei interest in the cimpaign and the committee appreciates his enthusiastic support. London, Nov. small party of troops which forced an entrance into the enemy's trench north of the Kiv- er Douve, southwest of Messines, as related by Sir John French on Fri- day's dispatch, were Canadians. This surprise attack been plan- ned some time. The Canadians sprang into the German trenches and bay- onefctcd all the occupants immediately within reach, but did not attempt to' keep the trench, returning to their, own lines. The German report des- cribed this exploit as the repulse, of a surprise attack on the Messines-Ar- mentieres road, when, as a matter of fact, it was a local enterprise which so far as it went, was success- ful. Little Activity on the Western Front Paris, Nov.' French war of- fice this afternoon gave out a report on the progress of hostilities, read- ing "There was reported last night nothing more -than some artillery fighting, yaripus engagements with hand grenades in the Artois sector, I at barricades of the labyrinth in the I Argonrie sector, at Courlcs Gausses 1 and at -Vaquois anil in Lorraine at a point not far- from Reillon. Farmers Anxious for Storage Elevator President Marnoch. of the board of tiadL, hc.5 been informed by the sec- ictarj of the grain commission, that Dr Magill, chajrman of the commis sion, was stll in Mi. "Manioch consequently forwarded to him J Caterda) the telegram from the board' of -trade uvirinf; grain, storage facilities' :for Lethbriilge. Farmers iu the district are euncmg much inter- est' in this move on their behalf, and ar" anxious to hear what reply will be forthcoming from the commission. Liberal M. P. Dead Ottawa, Ont, Nov The flag is' flving at half-mast qver the Paula ment building, ,-Vmt of respect to the memory of. the late James Reid, "vr P for 'Restigouche, who died this morn ing Mr Reid was one of the oldest members of the Houfce, being 76 years of age He represented his county in the Liberal interests since 1890 He was a quiet unostentatious man, ana Beldam was heard m the House There are seven vacancies at the present time, five formerlv Conservativesrand two by Liberals CHARGED WITH FRAUD Tendon, Nov. -John Wesley de Kay, who was arrested here last weelt on the charge ot fraud ill Prance, was remanded in Bow street court todaj. pending the arrival of evidence fro i> .Trance He was releaicd on giving bail. SUBSCRIBES A MILLION Winnipeg, Man.; Nov. It is un- derstood that the 61 eat West Life la the company which will subscribe for of the new government war loan. ___ Toronto, -Jvov Middle- ton has concluded the examination or- dued b} the provincial government into estate of the late Senator On the death "of Senator Cov the total of the estate was declared at something over S800.000 Justice Middleton's lindiim..increased this for the purpose oi succession taxes "to 18 The estate of E W Cox, son of Senator who died less than two years ago, was at the time declared at.Sd99.929.72. Justice Middleton values it at Granum, Nov. Anderson, fireman on a threshing gang working west of here, was almost instantly killed this morning when his coat caught m the cranl He was iery badly cut up and was dead when medical aid arrived. RUSSIANS RETIRE London, Nov. seems to have intervened ag am in Russia. Little activity is reported, except the retire- ment of the Russians to the east bank of the Styr in. Gal- icia Q LAURIER CELEBRATES 74th BIRTHDAY Ottawa, Ont, Nov. Sir Wilfrid .Lauricr, who Is today celebrating his 74th birthday, has received many congralulat- ory telegrams from Canada and abroad The Liberal lead er has entirely recovered from the effects of the operation of a couplo o[ months ago, and Is now In good health. MONEY WiLL ALL COME BACK Lethbridge would need to raise in order to meet the Patri- .otic Fund payments to the dependents of soldlert m this city. No mat- ter the amount raised In thif city it will all be spent here, for the de- .mands upon the fund will increase n the new regiments are formed. During the twelve mopths ending September last, Lethbridge only contributed one dollar for every three dollars distributed by the fund In this city. It should, then, be apparent thnal the money contributed in this cam- paign does not leave the city; it merely meane we are trying to look after our own people with our own money. Alberta asked to raise half a million with the knowledge that at least a million dollars will be spent In the province. That means other provinces will make up the difference. It would be a great satisfaction if In this campaign throughout the province we were able to raise double the allotment. If we ahould so succeed, then we won't have to 10 other provinces to assist in providing for our dependents. Lethbridge can double its allotment without much trouble If the people all realize their patriotic people who are etaylng at home and who are only ask- ed to sacrifice a few dollars eaeh month. If any man or woman feels that the appeal should be answered, a card to the committee will bring a canvasser around to get the subscription, The generosity of the peo- ple to far has been genuinely pletsing. Just as an Instance, we might mention that the pupil nurses of the Call Hospital have volunteered to contribute a day'a pay each mcnlh to the Fund, not for a month or a year, hut until the end of the war. How about you! Mr. Cittten, have you done your share? Are you shirking? The time to aacriflce is now. Hand your dollars over to the Patriotic Fund, or arrange to contribute so much a month for a year, or until the war ends. There are individual oases of supposedly repesentative and well-to, do cltliens falling to respond to the appeal. This means that they think "more 6f their bank account than they do of the dependents of the brave fellows In the trenches. Their fellow citizens will be given' an opportunity to learn of their it is nothing lese than disloyally when men In this crucial period in the country's history, fall to do their part at citizens. Failure to help meant they are so selfish that they wouldn't care a rap if the country fell into the hands of the enemy. il IN HILLS Jtegina, %Tov, 20 Mare of Sask was i shot and killed on Friday by a man named: O'Brien, who is now barricaded in the hills near Fife Lake, -south of Wood Mountain. A civilian posse, iiasniy orgjii'ffiu, is standing guard, .but-O'Brien, .who. is in a strongly fortified position, has so far managed to hold them oil. Inspector Ryan, "R.N.W.M.P. of As- siniboia district, heads the detach- ment of mounted police now ap- proaching the scene The headquar- ters here of the mounted police re- reived information today in a brirf dispatch from Inspector Rjan before he left for the Wood Mountain coun- try The district is a long way iroin telegraph or telephone communiLa- cation and..the mounted police expect little further information about the matter for hours, perhaps days. The posse is fullv armed and is standing guard at the mouth of the ravine where O'Brien sought refuge. Inspec- tor Kvan's party should be on the spot a iisit to Lethbridge NEW ONTARIO REGIMENT Ottawa, Ont, Nov, Capta'n P T Rowland of Saulte Ste Marie Till be authorized fo raise the regiment in New Ontario, to be organizes this wint'-r for overseas service; Returns; Tells Thrilling War Story WEATHER Hioh... ,...v. 41 Lew.........Vv.............. 21 Forecast: Fair and moderttely cold. Macleod; Nov. iV.VTbe' opportunity to welqome hack a wounded hero from the battlefield was given .this morn- ing when Harrj a member of the Fighting Tenth and tnr first, wounded man to return to Macleod, arrived on the 5 30 tram this morn- ing from the east Despite the sever- ity of the weather and the early hour the platform was crowded with resi- dents of the town who were present to pav a tribute to the brave lad who had oflcred his hie m the service o! his King and Country As the train drew slowlj into the station the buglers oi the Boy Scouts Brigade blew the general salute and when the wounded hero appeared in view Scout Master Whilworth called for three cheers, which were hcartilj given. As he stopjSed to the platform a most touching was witnessed when parents and son were reunited alter so many anxious months His many friends also.came forward to congratulate him ai he made his w-av- slowlv on his cintchcs to a waiting automobile. 1 When lie lut tlacleod m August, 'llll, he little mole than a hnv, but tin. hardships he has gone through have aged him considerably, 'although he still retains the merrv smile he had when he left He was Uu. first to enlist Irom Mac- kod and went with the "Tenth lalion He was present (Hiring 'the valiant charge made by this .battalion I when they set out to recapture the I guns winch had been Uken bv the 1 Geimans at Yprca in April last, nnd waii wounded in the leg just as. he reached ti.c woods where the Gjer-j mans had taken cover, fhe' was caused from an expanding !st, which completely tote hit" away and shattered the bond of leg as a consequence of which kisj amputated some six inches Ml (he knee. n -w (CONTINUED OX LABOR CIRCLES i San Kiancisto, Calif Nov. 20 What was said by labor leaden today to be one of the most serious breach- es that ever thieatened organized la-> or developed last night when a reso- lution was piesented to the American. Federation of Labor in convention here for the suspension ot the char- ter of the United Brotherhood ol penters and Joiners, which has ._ membership of more than and is said to be the second largest International Tjnion in America. resolution not providing lor tac- pulbion, finally was adopted The proposed suspension was the result ol affiliation of the Carpenters 'and, Joiners with the Machinists' Throughout T lowed the introduction of the tions, delegates from the Carpenteri and Joiners sat in silence and wert accused M Andrew Puruseth, presi- dent of the International Seamen's Union, of "deliberately seeking to compel the Federation to withdraw their charter -L "If this is not true, "_he said, 'why do they remain so quiet and unpro- testmg Samuel Gompers made a strong protest against the adoption of tin resolution. American Held as London, Nov. Kenneth (3 Tri- isst, former Princeton student held London as a German spv, ,has 4tev released and will bill with his fathet for the United States today T SINGLE MAN'S DUTY V Mr. 'T. A; Stevenson, secre- tary of the Toronto Trades anil Utor Council, considers that single men not going to least to give 1 (Mi notic fund, soiltatithe and chHdfen men went to1 the ;