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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 26, 1915, Lethbridge, Alberta VOLUME VHI. LETHKR1DGE. ALBERTA. ;FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 2G, 1915 Hun; Editor Telis People Enemy Are Far From is Strong as Ever London, Nov. Har- den, editor of Berlin, .in the latest .issue of his paper re- ceived here, tells his countrymen that they must expect a war of ex'haus- tion. He ridicules German talk about. Swedish; intervention and the idea, that Russia will conclude a separate -peace.-He says he considers it mi of strength that the German government steadily .refuses to dis- close "its war alms" and blames the government for 'making "too much noise" about Jood regulations. Hcrr Harden! says, the''soil oE Germany is free and her armies arc everywhere in the enemy territory but that none oC enemies have been disarmed, that none of 'them seems near collapse, and that the- :.mlghttcst of them, Great Britain, cannot honestly he said even seriously wounded. All of .them, he says, believe honest- ly and, sincerely tiiat they will he victorious and they are absolutely dus stage. Foremost should at least '4 iars a notK to keep the ele ators open.: Foremost district liat ne of the biggest crops of all the ig crops this year and that the ernment aecordm- armers are in a portion to nnrKr-t stinme chief MIC of their gram, thev are held up cllief y this hJockade HUN CRUISER IS SUNK BY A SUB London, German has faya Submarine of the Entente Allies, according to semi official announcement made at Petrograd, says a dispatch to the Central News Agency. Two Lcthbridge nien, Fireman .-Be- ird and lirakeraan Kinnard iher seriously injuied in i rear end llision between two heights m the Binily of Dunmore at o'clock last ;ht has his two ;s broken, and Brakeman Kmnaid fftred the fracture of an arm _ fraf on the Grows Nest line was block Tor three or four hours lhe pass 'er due at Lethbndge this morning 4 S7, did not pass through till 30. and fi cars of coil, ;ohc oi the trains, were derailed, "ngmecr Lllis 01 was and' Mr. Coldwell will be on the stand again this afternoon. Sir Red- mond was acting minister of public works at the time the original con- tract for the building was let and Mr. Coldwell was acting minister for the period during its' construction be- fore the late Hon. Dr. H. Mon- tague assumed the portfolio. The former premier swore that hi was a'ware of no improprieties in con- .________ j nection with the lotting ot" the. con- tract or with the carrying out of the Arrangements to. place some of the work. The tenders were dealt with inemployed miners in B.C. info the i "i the usual way and when thc two Imsv mining cimps of the Lethbndge i lowest tenderers to sign a district, are by: "the ,B.C. f contract the job was given to the to John T, mining, inspector- for Alberta, who will'endeavor "to assist these whereby the mines who need men .here and the miners from the coast who need work can get together. Busy Season Mr. Stirling is a. visitor to; the city today, and states, that the mining camps in this district and in the north of .fhe province are very brisk at present and he anticipates a very busy winter. The mines in the Leth- bridge district are the busiest. KJpp an additional 100 men or more could be used The other mines in Ottawa, Nor. is learned to- day that "a's'i'eat "munition plant is being worked out in Canada which will greatly increase the capacity of the Canadian f actor v for producing gun projectiles. .Messrs. Hichens and Brand, the rep- in Can- ada, are on the details of the financial indus- trial leaders1' of the country'are eyi- ,r -r, j dencir willingness to do what the' i peg Man., Nov. 2G.-Sir Rod- Can. Wnen the worked out t mond Uohlin, ex-premier and George hpliVvr-d tiicrn R. Coldwell, former minister of edu- of the muritlons industrr were called as jn. Canad ;and corrcspomnng today before Commissioner creasc iirthe amcmnt of. Srders placed conducting au mves-; in the United statcs The purp0sc of tiBsition into the construction ot the the organization now linder way is Winnipeg law courts building. Sir to for the filli of or_ was concluded ders ori a in th Will be Capable of Hand- ling Heavy Orders for Large Shells for All Allied; Armies' IDIi OF LIS Hot Springs, Ark., Nov. teen dead, twenty injured and thirty iiomes demolished was the total of a tornado which shortly before 3 p.m. Thursday swept a path of desolation .wo milES southeast of Hot Spriiius md cut olt wire communication wit the outside world until this mornin: New Situation is Demanding Attention- Russians Have Large Force Ready to Enter Bulgaria Through Roumania Petrograd, Nov. 26, via London. to information from excellent sources received here, Italy has begun landing troops at Avohla, Albania. ders on a larger scale and Eighty-two men are now in th next H. Simpson. most expeditioi-s and economical of the Letbbridge Kilties, and 'mariner possible. The business will recruits continue to come. The re- prohably be financed in Canada, Brit- crmting officers expect to pass the ish hills of exchange being taken by i hundred- mark before the week over. Recruits taken _pn -yesterday were: Stanley English; Wm. Mc- Leod, Scotch; Pierre LeRoss.'French; Canadian banks ou_ by banking and financial syndicate organization un- der government supervision. When the plan out it is believed that Canada lull get a shaie of iJohn .Miles, Scotch; AVni. Lindsay, French and Russian orders. Scotch; Alex. McAlpine, Bert Lonford, American; Alfred Col- lins, English; Fred Harris, American. W. S. Ball, while speaking last night at patriotic lines. Elect Successor Ottawa, Nov. SG. The Canadian, to Kier-Hardie London, Nov. bye-sjcction !or Welsh borough of Merthyr Tydvil created by the death of the sitting 'abor meiirter, Keir Hardic, resulted n thc election of the National- La- bor candidate, Stanton, over the La- bor candidate b> i of 286 to 6 U the last ttneral election tfe result was. Jones. Liberal; 12258 Hardie, Label and Watts, Unionist, 5.277; Rii'ing returns tuo members and ice breaking steamer Mmto heen I Unionist left ML election to 1 )re Dillons of the Labor lhe sue- rchanSel the district, in active like proportion, are open during the coming winter. member suppoits the policy 01 i coalition, government London, Nov. 26. Greek affairs have emerged from the uncertainty vhieh for .sonic time has been u po- tent menace to ilii; allied campaign in thc lialkans. Rumania's problem now commands flic chief attention in Eu- rope. Although Rumania is beset with lifliculties somewhat similar to those vhich caused Greece to hesitate, she s not involved in the same political nrmoil, and her situation is expect- ed to mature more rapidly. Whatever German efforts have been made in Rumania, it is believed here lhat they have been largely offset by the presence of large Russian forces close to the frontier, and the now rapidly developing Russian prepara- tions M'ith Odessa as u base, from which no other inference is possible than her immediate entrance into the .Ualkan conflict. Emperor Nicholas is said to have promised the appearance of Russian troops in Bulgaria within a week. There are increasing indications that Ibis campaign will be launched hy way of Rumania and it is reported that conferences are now being held between representatives of Russia and Rumania to obtain the latter's consent to this move. This consent as intimated .clearly by Rumanian statesmen, has depended on upper al- lies gain a preponderance of forces in thc lialkans. Rumania gives evidence of being im- pressed strongly by thc concentration of Russian troops at Ismail and Keni, near her border. DEPLORE LACK OF PROPER TRAINING IN HOMES OF TO-DAY Splendid Addresses Heard at the Closing Sessions of S. S. Convention Held in the of Christian Reaching in the Homes The sessions'of the .Ep'worth'-league ind Sunday school conventianVofithi Methodist church were continued jes erday afternoon In Wesley-hall. Ow ng to the train service some 'of the lelegates .had to leave, for home dur ng the session, and consequently-the ttendance was not so. large as the roceeding ones had been. 'ybus of Barons presided. A discus- ion on the papers which had .been ead during the morning session, took lace, under the direction the P. Westman, Several questions ealmjr with varied aspects ot church in town and country were asked nd answered. Mr. Westman said that ie thing that please'd. him was'life mphasis that was laid .upon pousibilities of teachers in regard- to oys and girls in the 'teen age. Girls enerally were conservative, while oys were generally reckless. .It must ever be forgotten that the boys arid f r's today were the fathers and mentioned, the Kilties, and says tha inoUlerB of tomorrow One ot his a good number ot recruits may be ex- pected from that district shortly. Paris, Jvpv. Winter has set in along thc lighting line in 'tie moun- tains of France. A is reported snowfall iu the in a communica German Fraud on U. S. Govt. by Hamburg Line Officials Were Extensive 26 One man i John J. Turner, of Philadet I procured for and chartered tfo the Hamburg-American line in the All the wtrc cleared by the who sent-his clerk to the custom's noiist in Philadelphia to Mteir io manifests 'Did jou 1-iou tint these desuna lions Miri fi'te the governments counsel ast ed I did not Did joti Know these vessels tiviiic; to re- u jjun u. mi; nai. ana news orougnt nere bV a navtl officer pceans, (taelopment m German uwwjri, m the" Ulan gmeer Ellis uero in charge of the ho has arrived hero from-London on t'11' tlu clnrgcs oi consiiracy No1 Air lurnej corn- On which crashed into the one m the way to Halifax He said that P, lhc lmj camp ou on to u-ge of Conductor of the com- ft iTpSsSSSJ1 "been ..lopped outer until re Ih-it the lino spent OuO for char tcrs alone in tlit lasc of these six Thc totil cost including sup- Uuclion m Il-irland'and violff s ship-I 01 slYtcf" which ur Sunday school scholars areilost-to he church. If the Sunday school is, he nurserj of the church, and only 0 per cent of the scholars ever go nto the church, then there is some- ON PAGE 3) SERBIANS SAY FAR FROM BEATEN London, Nov. important achievement has been recorded on either side since the German an- nouncement of the. tlna and Mitrovitza, .With only a small strip of territory left to de fend, Serbia's declare she is and can rtill harass the invaders. Genera) Boyadjieff, the Bulgarian com wander, says, on the other, hand, that King Peter's troops be put out of action in a few LORD MURRAY OF EUBANK VALUABLE FUR IS Ottawa, Vov. all Biitish subjects without i exception mubt scrurc passports bcfon entering the Lnited Kingdom. V dispatch con- ?S veung tins important information jfa las been received by XH. R. H. thc vV from Andrew Bon- ar Law, secretary of state for the domes. Passports mil be all people entering Great mtil mrtlier notice, nhich nrans during the duration of vai. 1 he Hudson s Uaj Co here victim of a !ur robbery oi extent this week Betwocii Jlondav and Thursday, when the thtft was fust discoveicd, a mink muf! Jt S17o was lifted from the fur couii- ter1? and the police ate now investi- gating the of its ilisapnfar- anre The niink Has" the most aole. m stoic and to SEVEN POUNDS IS Ottawa Out, Nov. Elritfih post office department uflvlin tb4t until further notice, no parcel tag seven pounds in weight cai.naac- iome cepted for Irimmiiiiaion prraneaa Expedlt'onaiy 1 BENNETT APPOINT HONORARY 4K B, ;