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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - November 24, 1914, Lethbridge, Alberta VOLUME VII. LETHBRIDGB, ALBBRTA, TUESDAY, NOVEMUEH 24, 19M NUMBER 292 AIMTA BATTERY, OF BAM THE GERMAN ADVANCE Fighters Almost Frozen in is Busy YPRES IS A WRECK Thought Germans are Preparing for a Supreme Attack at Pomf Unknown London, Nov. the wcsterr theatre ol the pre ent lines of battle seem'to be'frozcn into position as if in conformity With the wintry conditiors Reims, faoissons 'ipres continue to suffer from the cannonading of Hint h" been going on for weeks, but than, lias renewal1 of the concen- trated" German attempt to break through to the coast BOJIBARDINO RTCIMS AGAIN" London, Nov. the western .theatre the Germans have been vio- lently' bombarding'Ypres in Flanders, floissqns in the of the Aisne and Reims, ami have been making at- tacks in the Arnonne region The Germans 'claim have beon ground m the last named dic but the Frfnch as-crt that the attacks here have been repulsed Mil- atarj experts point out tiiat any or all be to draw atlentRn front- m which the supreme ARMY RUN THOUSANDS OF PRISONERS TAKEJ-GERMANS ARE SCATTERED London, 24 Von ainn, list sweeping tiTwaids in Us second flnoimh Russian Poland to- cl.i) isiepoitod honi Peliogiiul to lie in idnat aitci h.iui'st iienml sen- ou s ic-UMscs inflated by the Russians, inado a Iml- llant stand the Tistiila aiunVaitlii- in BOYS TIME There is probabh nothing or more interest to lotll readers ttan the ment c.i them folio" mg the great war which is being lournt nurimg tioops in impetuous as their daring advance into the heart in the region between 'h- Vistula saults _______________________ Maybe We'll Have to Divvy Up Five Cents Straight to Ride on CJrs After December 1 That some changes of a vital na: ture will be forthcoming 'from the Btreet railway dpartment, IE gained from a perusal of. tho following port submitted to the council this morning by-Commissioner Reid.- The WILL TRAM HE interest to locll readers man me morning ty commissioner jue news cf the T-etllbjjdle at .the report UU on the taWei-for din tlilg- camp at Salfshurv Here is one cusslon and it is likely that its ad from V'tivate Fred Laj a lad who is now on the machine gun se'ction of the 10th battalion of the 2nd Infantrj iBngade, tellfng''of all the activities at the Pond larm camp Editor of the liefaldv- Lethbridgc, 1 would like jou to knpw we bovs from Letlibridge are putting in our time on this "big phin at Salis biirv get lotsjjf drill, and route marches, and gocd" food that stands hv us on a long march on this chalkj plain We have had an enormous amount of ram and it is prcttv, bad under foot put in a melodious time in the M here Tie bojb never tire of singing the Maple I eaf and 1 ipperary i heir Majesties the King and Queen reviewed us and the bands plaved '0, and The Maple I eat Forever and it certamlv sounded lovelv Yon couldn t find a jollier buncn 01 boyb anjwhere thqii tie hunch from Lethhridge We played the 1 dmonton .Jf: option will tale mthm a da) 01 so The council its publi cation so thltr the> may obtain expression from patrons -of the. street railway, before it la Into and Qmnlpiissioriers beg force to following for your con siderationr From January-1, 1914, to OctbbefvSl.vlStl'l, the number of street "railway fares p5tu bj regulai tickets {b for J cents) was 396 7S7 num "her paid bj Jimited tlcnets (8 for ''5 cents) was 144194 ol nearly U per paid by regular tickets; number "paid !by cash was or 73 per.: cent. :rif that paid by regular tickets; number of fares paid by lira- H'ed'i tickets was about 26 per cent, 'of that.paid by cash and regular tic; kets: from children's tickets amoiint to ?786.39; from limited tick- ets from regular tickets and from cash fares J14.495.34. If- .fheVnuraber of passengers car- ried remained the same; up to Octobei 31, 1914, and we had charged cents instead of giving 6 tickets for -25 -cents, the" revenue would have been .increased S3300.00, and if 6 tlc- ketsUor 25 cents had been given In- stead of S for cents the revenue would have been increased- ?1500.00, the renting of boxes was the order: It is not SehnitlK known when the, ___ mjprt fnrthfti and Aledicme Hat hojs football one Sundaj and we triniincd them all We also had the best score at the ranges tor shooting, m the left half ot the 10th Battalion tomorrow we go op a 1C mile mate march to the ancient old Stonge- hcnge We all feel good and ready for it We can always, hold our own with anv of them Lverj Canadian is eager to get at ter Kaiser Bill's "little and [have a few saiisigek and some sauer- .kraut on the Germans in Berlin from new Kaiser getb some awful callings down although this is not official nmonLbt the men here, for his tactrs in keeping his bathtub navylhn the Kiel canal but the bulldog will get Inspector Will be Here To- morrow to Turn Keys Over to Mr. RipSey WHERE DO WE GET MAIL? Lctlibndec s al post j iu.iin.uig lUltil Wi fiauu office open to inspection by the After a careful of and blall ot the Kussmn m bublic today and its massivu halls conaidering tlie small percentage ot under date ot Novembei 22 nnaaanaara ncitlir limitod f fLpts T 'Mn tTio tllT'i'f.l'IOn nf 1 TiErUm A. REID would welcom pariments -to purchase blue tickets as required.' The commissioners opinion frpm residents on the abiwe "piorosal Keplies maj steam schooner, be made either through- the Herald" or to the commissioner direct ON REEF RFinyEER Hanalei, with 58 Aboard Bleaks m is Now Standing By FIVE MEN SWAM ASHORE le-es Her bow, vvhich applied and were accented ajter reel jirt had been tvvistel to th nad cij physical exam mole slid into the water indmltlon Manv nrominent citizens are Letlibridge will, in all probability, be the headquarters for the artillery forces that will go from this prov- ince to front with the second Ca nadian contingent, training here uu-1 til called out for active service. Colonel Wetherbee is in the city to-, day, and during the morning, he, with. Major Stewart, inspected the build- ings at the fair grounds, for the pur: pose of ascertaining whether oi not the.v would be suitable for mobilize tioii and training of the battery that: is now being recruited The matter has not been definitely decided, .-but i_ practically certain to evolve into a decision within a day or so. In the event of the authorities deciding tOj station the batten here the buildings will be beaten and the floors re-laid so that thes will be converted into comfortable barracks for the, bousing of tbe troops and horses TV bile neither tbe Ordnance officer ir Stew art would this it is understood fmm' Cal Stewart will com nn tile batten and the likelihood mentioned as coming from good Driving Back Sultan's Troop- at Erzerum- Guns and Munitions Taken PERSIAN SUCCESSES ALSO Petrogradj Nov 24 An official over th. d right anuic sun HII.U LUC Manv nromment citizens tuo dinted to wi'hm 10U or the] plying Ior an opportanity to serie I beach 1 he five persons ]m j rst Tnree bank Mr Clarke of Mol sons Mr Bobson of the Merchants, and Mr: Collins ot the Union have en- came jshoie suim from this aSe Later the lui" to tne wreck parted and the schooner broke In two ovet the reel one portion drifting to with- in 100 lards of the shore a number of the survivors clinging to it Carl Carlson James Oilonel and David Isenllc passengers, and Jens and FrcJ Sneis, Bailors, swarn LP VICTIMS Irancisco, 34 rev- enue cutter McCulloch which, has teen listed. Donald MoKillop, conductor on the Aldersyda passengei has ot tered his sen ices and W H McLel land the barrister and a lieutenant in tbe 25th has joined the ranks It is undeistcod also that of the offieeif of the Jotb will join the battery Preference is being given to single men with experience Tie llr tlllery is one of the most importttt branches of the sen ice, and a min be able to work In anv one cf i pnHpr llllocll WniCIL lias Lccn must jo auic i.w communication issued M the general the HMoiasK i ester- nine positlonE it being often report Kussmn m Laucasia bv th.e Hanaltt since >B fm M btaffi 01 the Kussmn m were occupied most of th dav master Ilipley was in command, and .a nav v. It tike-.the I of God in the Germans (the Kaiser has conle o_- trance jet, Jiut he will ake up when the Canadians get in his hackj ard at Herhn Well, its kick-out time m the Y M C V so I will bring my let icr to a close Hoping that'jou will (find space in jour valuable pater for this letter, 1 mmin, uiirs trnlv P Vi Carmll of LcthbtKlge, won the fust in the brigade cock-fight, against 50 competitors The following is a portion of a lr-t ter from Edinburgh ,to a citiicn tore, change r 1914 nniuiv Known vviicn wiq-j of the present limited tic will first be used forthe-'kets be discontinued and the regular distribution and collection ol mail armors men have handed the guns after the be sent with nurses doctors and ergency hospital equipment as suivivors were in a bau vvav GERMANS SUFFER NAVAL REVERSES TWO SHIPS LOST SUBMARINE AND PUT OUT OF BUSINESS- TURK FLEET ,BEATEN I niillilll t "c wuiiuim' j have bUffeied two new naval reverses nig continued this afternoon The siZLnne L-18 wjrmed otl'll.t will not be published until com- the noith coast bridge in fact it is within the possible that all will be recruit- ed here Malor Stewart is selecting his meu verv ind it is said, that ill who have so far passed tbft Clusical examination will be accept-, ed fcr service Thev ail parided for aim this morning Major Stewirt will to Calgary I and probablv to Edmonton in a tea divs where a number of good j lerymen who have seen service bere- Itofore aie waiting for an opportunity ncoTonvcH to enlist in the new batten The DESTROYER othwl in the province .f necessary, until the required number is recruit-1 ed although this is definite number of. men waited around I The Germans I the armorv all morning, and recruit i (nnflniioil thin nft.pnvnon The r EARTHQUAKE IN US inhinctori DC Nov Earth- ol bvvcdeit auu t u Danish bleamer I be o( the vessel were saved dcstrojftr, was lowed into a bvvodish pgrtr, "recorded....... will bc intcinetl s on the seismographs of Georgetown TURK VLKET "BEATENV Universltv beginning at 720 o clock state- moming and continuing an hour and sir minutes Another dlstui bailee was calculated to bc about 1200 mlli'9 from Washington and the observeis believed it to be within the United firms m tbe Chicago and other I I he se-rctan for India in'a'si i mcnt records the (Jejeat ofltte t and it contains sotfic mtercslTng bits Colonel gone to Calgan to report to Col Cralckshanks and to receive instructions regarding recruiting RAILWAY WUBCK NMR POTSDAM, KILLS 5 Berlin Not 23 i. An expnas near 34 wile, north of killed and M victims -were mostly! who wore travailing to wtiurn Itieatre ot ;