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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 26, 1914, Lethbridge, Alberta vn. LETHBRItiGE, ALBERTA, THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 26, 1914 NUMBER 294 BRITAIN SUFFERS EfRAWIN ONMETZ Guns Only 11 Miles from Fortress in Lorraine PICTURE WHICH GKAPIIICALLY PORTRAYS THE SUFFERINGS OF BELGIANS REST OF LINE QUIET FRENCH OJfFICIAi- Paris, -Nov T 2 12 p in French official announcement given out in' Parts this, afternoon reads as follows 'No important development mark ed the day of November 25 In the north the cannonading diminished in intensity and no infantry attack was directed against our lines which made slight advances at certain points In the region of Arras there was R continuation df'-the bombardment of UieiUfwn ana its environs On'the Aisne the enemy endeavor ed to 'deliver an attack on the of Missy sur Aisne This movement resulted in compete.failure, with con- siderable: loss to "the Germans. We have some prepress In the region to of Souain. In the Arionne in the Woovre district, in Lorraine an I in ire Vosges, there is almost complete calm alpng the entire front There has been a. heavy fall of snow particularly in the higher nor tiohs of the Vcsges.mountains Close tbVGerman Fortress London. Nov; the western theatre the fighting sti.l consists, to a m artillery duels and according to a French official state mant, it Is comparatively Quiet in that region .The statement by the French IvVar Office that thS Allies have hecn Bkla is consid ertd significant Tiy1 experts This nolnt iejrn the Lorraine frontier and V the DISASTER OCCURRED AT SHEERNESS JUST UP THE THE THAMES London, Nov. is officially announced that the British battleship Bulwark' was blown u p off Shoerness. The old battleship Bulwark-wa. built at Devcnport, being com- mi--ioned' in It comprise s one of the sight ships of the .Her displace was tons not much more than half of a pod ern battleship. Her length wa. four hundred feet, and she had a of 18 knots. H.r main armament consisted of four inch and twelve 6-inch guns, and she carried a complement of 781 offlesra and men. 5.46 Iocs of.-the Bui wark, according to', a Central News dispatch received .this ov. from Chatham was due to an accidental explosion while am munit on was bulmj loaded on the warship f J t Hie Bunvarl I, as i pre Dreadnought battleship ot 16000 tons built in 1102 -md costing a million pounds She carried a comnlement of over iSU men of wnom onN a dozen are re ported to have saved The explosion that destroyed the Bulw ark occurred at 7 03 o m A ice admiral and a rear-admiral, who wero at Shesrness, reported that they were convinced that'the disaster was cans ed by a magazine explosion. There was nu upheaval water. When, the smoke had cleared away the ship had disappeared Mr Churchill said concerning the disaster in the House of Commons 'The losff or the Bulwark does not sensiblj affect out military but I regret the loss of life which, was verv heaw Only twelve n-sa Vo All the officers and the rest of the crew, which. I amounted to between and 800, perished. Hclgian refugees sleeping in a. stable on straw s attend on th sufferings of the thousands of women and children tioor and covered wlfjfu mo In the? western Held j there is evld enre that the Germans are planning another desperate atferapt to force their way through to tie Fiench ports r The reports show that the Germans are bringing up reinforce- ments and guns, -imt there is no mdi cation us .40. where tliey intend to de liver 'tie blow preparation has by the allies to meet thir, assault. Preparing for Passible Alonf the east and south coast of EngiamS? preparations are being made Jo-repulse any possible inv by Germany Plans'.btve been completed for the withdrawal of women and children Irom. the areas which mav be threat ened and for the withdrawal of live Ind anything that may be use fui to toe invaders "Rifle clubs have been organized and are drilling Germany also fears an invasion by the and is making eitensive preparations to guard against such an event, according to a Copenhagen i there Injured, last'ttlght, when the wagon were driving llrlclf b'> a trtln near here HELPS THE HCG MARKET Through the intervention of Hon Duncan Marshall, minister of Agri; I culture, and the desire of the C.P.It., to do what it: could to please in the, matter transportation." facilities to.huyers from 'south of the me other-coast buyeirsr are again busy in Southern Alberta; and are buying more neaviiy than "a. j ear ago, when thev first entered this narket, boosting the price of cattle and hogs In a way pleasing, to the armers. The' trouble which resulted in Seat- tle buyers 'withdrawing from the maK ket. was that they were unable to se- cure double-decked cars and yard ac- frv t Co made iii appeal to Hon., Mr Marshall wlio made a special trip to Winnipeg to ntervievv Mr. Aclieson, livestock :ommissioner of the C.P.R., with the tops iu arrangement could be made for a car to the Fair grounds If business warranted It Three regular cars all told should give i fairly good service and a schedule could be issued so the people would know when the cars are to be expected at eacfi principal corn er I for one and I have seen ffian> others, who not Knowing When a ear was supposed to be around fcainefl on instead ot waiting1, and it has been that much less fares contributed On the other hand if a car was to be at a certain plate a( a certain time, a person would naturally arrarige to leave the house accordingly and it'll schedule is arranged'lhe cars should run as near as possible on time I dont want Commissioner Ueid to think I am dictating to him what to do, but 1 noticed.he wanted sugges tions, and the above Is my idea of it" SHAVED HIMSELF WITH OF GLASS Toronto IMwiy JMtrol Hans Majury visited the cell in vvhich waiis are allowed to sleep Agnes street police station1 Tuesday morning to dischaige the he found that one of tht number was shaving himself with' a piece Of (la's and was using nothing but cold wa- That is the Opinion of Grassy Lake Doctor on Taber Case INQtEST IS ADJOURNED The inquest into the death of the a coulee near Taber was commenced yesterday afternoon before A. E. Humphries coroner at the Mounted Police barracks The inquest did not proceed Ten tni owing to the fact that a compe- Mint interpreter was not available to translate the evidence of.a Cree In- dian, -vho had.given Sergt. Green very important evidence during his invest- igation The Indian told a different story 5 estcraiv than that told to Sergt Green some time ago, and un- til anothei inteijiieter is secured the inquest stands adjourned indefinitely. Tbe important evidence giv- en vesterdav was that of Dr. Poyntz, who gave 'ije opinion that the child uuumiuBiuira had been killed bv a bullet through result that these difficulties were i Ule skuii the hole made by the met, and this week Seattle buyers let showing plainlv In the remains, again appeared. Frv t Co state I raght of I aber. dentist, was that they are in the market for twice and gave it as his opinion that, as many hogs and cattle as they ovflminntlnn of tlm teeth; the bought a year ago With the withdrawal. of United States buyers from the market a few; weeks ago, and the subsequent out- break of foot and mouth disease, tbe market !n Southern Alberta fell fiat, hogs'-barely bringing sii cents tor IMG HI Iff And He ClaimeiiHeavy Dama- ages jptom on Building JUDGE AWARDS' A THOUSAND DAMAGE HUNS COMPLETELY ROUTED IN POLAND K. OF K. Forty-eight Trains Sent Out From Warsaw to Carry Away Ger. man Wounded and Prisoners-Whole German Army Corps Cut to Pieces-Kitchener's Encouraging Statement in the House of Lords London, Nov "The Russians German., with n yet suffered, the Germans havs made no advanM alnoe I laat addressed this House, and the British are In touch with Turkish forces 30 of the Suez van t points of a soeoch made by Field Marshal Earl KItchensr in Hout- of Lords this1 afternoon, summarhino. the military opera- tions London Nov 26 -OfScial nows_ ie- 1 cen ert in Russian circles in cen ert in ussian todav declarer that the rout ol German ami Austrian forces m Pol- and hai been complete The general staff, however is not able to give any details oi Hie figmc S OF IT London 26 The nnli nartv m Petrograd continues to sist that there has-hefea Rus- sian victori on the bo A case of much local interest con necl-ed with the new post olhce build ing occupied the attention of the au preme Court yesterday afternoon It was the outcome ol an accident while the building was in course of con- struction a hoist giving waj and causing injury to N H Harding, en gineei 98 50 medical eipens and -----ica.lea ana gave ir is ins oiim.uu univ, loss ot earnings they I fr0m an examination of the teeth; the _encrai child was about five years of age. Fanners may expect now, that buying will corns back t< and higher prices should rule. VON BUEfOW NOT VERY CHIRPY "i ellow Face in Indian, said he had ha! T little gill -ihout that age when camping out north of Taber a few years igo She had been sickly, and had died there but he was unable to identifj the remains as those of his (Jllid The inriuest will be resumed when 'Sergi Green who is-: conducting the investigation is able to secure the in invesgain is a ternretfir wTio iccompanied -him on the original investigation. man Berlin, vla'London, 20 rrThe Berliner Tageblatt prints a letter from Prince von Buelow, the ex Chancellor, in which ho expresses the fear that "the war will prove a very difficult task for Germam Of course'the Prince ends up by affirming bt'.iel In the ulti mate triumph of the German arms, but several times he re- peals that vlctorv will be only wlthrRreat difliculty PINCHER GERMAN SENT TO DETENTION CAMP Pincher dreitV Alta., JJdv. Hulsiaaii; a German, vv ho jias made him- self oiiiiatently obnoxious ever since the outbreak of the war, was arrested and ser.t to V war) was nrreaieu oe..t LefliTiridge on a charge, of col- Defendants discliimal Innilitv on the gtound tliat the ilnur) compHin ell of r attributable to the and wilful misconduct of the plaintiff in the case ot start! ig operating und stopping the inline before and at the tine df the iccidrnt I C V V Con) bcaie C anil R i Davidsoh, of tiie firm of Convleaie, Church McArtliur and Davidson are ment could not have u rcci nnanciji province neing sent ID nan" traniactions with the andividual, It I wood dunns the wintet, the referred to tin- fact- rthat business sald he had heard nothing to that men rnancen bv the banks, were as effect but haidlv. thought it prob- sistng m saucing raoncv to encdur able m view of the heavy expense al age the live stock industfj, and uig- incurred here putting the camp ed the Dominion government to im m habitable condition meiirtelv appoint ether a man comraisMOn to attahte thcfe _, livestock methods If0mm 1C fft n0 whcrehj the credit of t.e V'OI. IV UK lllc v-ictnv Ut v iv nu0ht be availahleunjfre 4lrtrlhl'tl011 oi livestock, ard in Such othet vvajs1 as would hr rcnchcial aosajticultute- 1 he con'crcu e i en Jotsisi s joint action of the manufacturer; am farmers in tlieu teiuesk M the; goT- ernmeut to aid in of a million acres of prairit. Isiia. Vmong other leaola were lhat the muu. u. m'ttc" Dr nical nature as. to the p P since and working of the hoist, which was Haslam, Rcguja F at-, (rtm iimA Af dels aprearmi; mr the plnmtifl and H Ross oi 1lRliv ol the firm of Short ,Hoss bclwood and foi the defendants Several Avitncsses were noaro and ch of the evidence was of a Second Command SA.Mounted Regt. j, Pincher freek Alia, Nov A Col C KemmlS received a wire frcm Major General .run. on, single cable at .the accident Mr Patt'ev of Taber, stated that he heird Harding point out the state .._..._ of tbfc elevator to Llojd The wheel and C oi thr snatch block, he said, was' -trr Sam Huehes asking if he would ac cept second in command under Cal Sissons of. fhe South Alberta Mount t ed Regiment He wired an answer e egi accepting the eommisiion, and Is no i, pasKatoea i accepting the eommlsiion, a J B Jan ,lonlj awaiting confirmation Isortis, OtisSvrtid .worn down so es to maKe it dangcr- lectlng and disseminating se.dl- i Nuen, wlfo operated the eiigme tlclis infopnation' the injury, sioke to its, '-''an iion bound snatch block and (Continuedvon pap k llha foard' to be taow; Advancemeat ;