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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 27, 1915, Lethbridge, Alberta VOLUME VIII. LETHBRIDGE, ALBERTA, SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 27 1915 FREE LARGE In Response to the Allies Will Partially Demob- Sit- uation Still Obscure Paris, Nov. is predicted by the press, says a 1-Jav- dispatch from Athens, which de- clares the Greek general staff has submitted to the ministry of war a plan for releasing five or six of the oldest classes. This proposal will'be discussed at the next cabinet meet- ,ing and it is considered probable the ministry will agree. Diplomatic .representatives at Ath- ens.'of the en tents powers are still active, their latest to settle definitely all outstanding questions being the presentation to Premier Skouluudis oi a mea- sures deemed indispensible for the se-1 purity and freedom of the action of the allied troops. Rumania Favoroble Resources Organized in Britain on Better Basis Surprises for the Enemy London, Nov. of the. corned, over the promotion of indi- war.here during tho past week, while vidua.1 and national economy than not'spectacular, lias been of. the ut-[ over military preparations, and NUMBER 295 moat importance. Most careful or- of the national resources in every department continues apace, and great efforts are being made to >romote economy in administration. As an example, numbers of men em- >loyed in special branches of the mil- tary service at the beginning of tho var for limited periods are now of- ered discharge or renewal of sor- 'ice at more moderate rates. London motormen, engaged from ast year al six shillings a a are offered, when tlielr term ends, enewal of work at four shillings. AH government factories are being crutinized, and unskilled laborers of military age are 'being discharged. 'Oman's labor is being more and lore employed. strong fouling exists here tliat it is not alone among the working classes that Improvement is needed, and that parliament itself should lead tho way, The Lord Mayor's bancjuet was gen- erally disapproved, and much unfav- orable comment continues over par- liament not enforcing rules for the restriction of the liquor sale in par liament house, while every club and public house is closed, parliamentary bars alone remaining open. There would also be a general public appreciation, if the government led the way fo economy by volunt; duction in ministerial salaries. London Prosperous Despite official inslstance on more 'ruga! living, London rarely wore such an air of prosperity as now. Money is abundant, and shops are tary re- Various great Improvements in ma- liinery Of war worked out under the almost as full as ever. Christmas (iinltions Board are now nearing j buying proceeds and vast organization ompletion. Spmo of these are of the: of winter charities for the poor dis- EXCITEMENT ON ITALIAiY FBONT Petition in Federal Court at Chicago is Refused by judge Landis Chicago, Nov. 27.-Counsel for Tin Kelly, accused of conspiracy to lefraud the province oi .Manitoba in connection with the erection of the buildings, sought to- to convince Federal Judge Lan- lost Jar-reaching' character, particu-1 tricts, Jong a most familiar feature of dis that their client should be uly in aerial warfare. London life, has almost ceased, aslimttcd T1 Preparing Surprises formerly poor quarters like White-1 lite Canadian con- A chapter of surprises is being pre- pared for our: enemies, which should have important results. The government is even more con- chapel. Canning Town, and the (lock- i since Oc- nnng own, an e (oc- side districts now do not need special jb5 time having bee charity, owins to superabundance of f "IVfl'' f employment. Take Copper Roof From Hun Castle to Make Munitiom The situation alone tho Rumanian frontier, where a great Russian forcs- Basil, via Paris, Nov. The cop- per roof is being taken from the Im- perial Castle at Donau Esehingen, 'f, Wl11 be usetl to manu- is to have been, gathered, is still.' faeture munitions of war. This roof obscure; The display by the Human ian public favorable to the entente if: rc'mnlcd in London as an indica lion that the nation is in a position to .disregard the central.'powers. demands of the OF Iffll weighs many tons. Hotelmen of Lethbridge, .while-be- Baltimore, Md., NTov. per- son is dead and four are missing of 88 persons known to have been loard.llie steamer Tivoli, which was turned last night on Chesapeake Bay icar Annapolis, Md. Mrs. Eva Bowv den, a passenger, who was ill., died life raft shortly after leaving he steamer. The missing are the two Howard, com- j mander of the Tivoli, and two of the I'erew. It is.thought thev may h.no been taken aboard a tug which aided in rescue work. The'rcst of the pass- engers and icrew were taken ofi by lcving the militia authorities should 'vessels which had been attracted by themselves take the necessary steps MIC blaze. Seventy-one of the number. to see that their. new regulation shut- were carried to Norfolk, and Newport ing soldiers from the bars save be- iween the hours of 5 and by the steamers, Florida, City Paris, -Nov. constant ef- forts of' General Jofirc, the French commander in chief, to keep the high- tto to cmplified once more by an. announce- evemng, have no wish whatever to ___ ment in the official journal that sev-. adopt a directly antagonistic ttti-j ______________ Senerals and brigade tude towards the militia authorities. On the contrary, they: state to the LOSCS Affil by Unit- j cd States Commissioner Mason, and last Wednesday Judge Landis denied Belly's petition for a writ of habeas corpus. When he ruled on the habeas corpus petition Judge Landis held that as the matter is under the treaties-0 i the United States and Canada the petitioner was not missible'to bail. Further argument on the motion to admit Kelly to bail, pending the deteri'nination of his ap- peal from the habeas corpus decision was set for December 4 by Judge Landis. Judge Landis, in continuing j argument, intimated that the admis- Ision of Mr. Kelly to bail would not in accordance with the treaty He ordered that Sheriff .Alhin Griff, New York; N.Y., Nov. ________........... ___ one of the five men w.hosi charge of the county jail at Waukee- are linked with that of Rone: gan, 111., permit Kelly to so to Chicago 'when he desired in consult with his counsel. order tc generals have been transferred to the reserve. Their places have been given to younger men who have distinguish- ed themselves in recent operations. Among the officers retired are Gener- al A: M. D. Drude and General Mas Latrie. English Want Only War Members Just Now London, Nov. remarkable il- lustration of the .temper of the Enc- ash people, was given in the result of Hie Merthyrtyeville election in Wales :o fill the vacancy in.the >d by. the.death of J. Keir.Hardie, Stanton, the'Unofficial Labor candi- late.'was returned with a majority )f over Winston, the official La- lor candidate. Stanton fought '.-.the election on a latriotic issue and stood for an ener- :eiic prosecution of the war. Vt'ilia-, on'.was president of the South Wales liners' Federation. He pledged him- I elf to sun'nort. the government's war Herald that, provided the militia au- thorities arc willing to. themselves take Reasonable measures to see that the regulation is enforced, .they are' willing to fall in .line and assist them to keep the oars tree of soldiers dur- ing restricted hours, The hotelmen realize that they are 'Strattdn went down to his homestead governed only by the civil law, and five 'miles northeast of Purple Springs, that military regulation' does not T'St''? govern their actions-. Therefore, they -When h.e. got down there' ll in Taber Accident Taber, Alta., Nov. Strut- ton, a well-known miner of Tab'ef; met with an accident that has resulted in the loss of one of bis arms. Mr. believe that the militia authorities should take the first steps towards enforcing the new regulation. But far froni adopting a directly antagonistic attitude towards the militia men, the hotelmen are willing to fall hi behind them. They realize that the regula- tion has been issued for the better in- terests of all concerned. Last Tax Discount Expires Tuesday With the last'penod of discount on Ottawa, Nov Sam Hughes ilimster ot Militia, today confirmed ,hc report that Oliver Asselin, one of the Nationalist leaders oi Quebec and a .well, .known journalist, has offered to raise a French Canadian regiment (rfneral Hughes said that he spoke to Asselin some time ago in regard to the matter and has since received a letter from him consenting to organ- ize a battalion Pictures show thrilling feats which ind Italian Alpine forces. Upper pic- ture shows Austrians drawing up re- nforcements by rope. Lower one shows .an Austrian drawing himself up the face oi the cliff >by rope. d OF ALLEGED S Fay, self-sts-Ied German officer in. the alleged manufacture of bombs to d slroj- munition ships, today left Jerses City jail, where he has -been lodged since his arrest, and win be at lib erty till Tuesday. A surety eompanj tills city, furnished S25.000 bonds required for his appearance at tho proceedings to his extradition Daeche is tbe third of the al- leged conspirators to obtain his lib- erty ..bail. UP NEW MILITARY working on his neighbors place, and he .went over there to see how they were getting on He put his hand in the small opening at the bottom of the blower pipe and his hand was caught by tlie blower fan His hand and wrist were terribly smashed, and several arteries nere cut. -It was found necesBan to re nended to the Attorney handed Tora7bvVd move him to the hospital, and on Sat- Wment that any hotels of the Jlr Mver ,y his .arm was amputated just jwiuor to soldiers during prohibited convicted before Supt Pennefather Edmonton, Nov Board of license Commissioners has ecom Rome via Paris, Nov. cen- or prohibits the transmission of lews regarding the result of the visit o Rome of Field Marshal Earl Kit- hener, .so far as these relate to im- ending military, .developments. It aaj be said, however, that the con- erenccs Earl Kitchener had here ycs- terda) and on his Msit to the front todaj, have further strengthened 'and perfected the close accord between italy..and her allies and also have contributed to shaping the active-as- wsiance which Italy is to give the entente the near east. Milan, Nov. 26; via Paris, Nov. -Zl. _ art Kitchener, British Secretarj for ar, obtained permission from the eek government for the Invaders Slowly Advanc- ing Reports Regarding the Taking of Monastir Nor. forces ioon will become an Army without a country, unless the French should defeat the Bulgarians, four divisions, of whom are said to be hammering at the French lines. Reports arrive from various sourc- es that Jlonaetir has been surrounded by Bulgarians, and that they may: watt for their Austro-Gennan allies before entering the Macedonian capi- tal. The main Serbian army, retiring la a southwesterly direction before Field- ilarshal von Afackenzen's troops, may find no rest even in Greek territory, as it. is reported here that the Invad- ers of Serbia would not hesitate to cross into Greece. Apparently the German -leaders expect the Serbians and their Allies to await an attack in reece. It is said these operations will be jnder the supreme command of Field- Marshal von Mackenzen. Another report says the Bulgarians still are making no Impression on the Serbian lines before Monastir.'. It is reported on reliable authority that the Serbian army, reported to he ing .toward Uskub, now. is proceeding m the direction of Prilepe, via KatJ clianlk. A juncture of Serbians and the Al- lied armies is said to be expected nearpnlepe_The Serbians haye ieeu forced to abandon some guns in. the march, but the AHieJiarfe providing cannon to take the place-of-tkoae losti movement should-sensibly7 prove the Serbian position' generally; French Air Rfald The British are taking a por- tion of the present French front. .French aviators carried out their 'irst raid on. Thursday, from ;the oops to land at Greek ports other an Salomlu, according to an Athens dispatch to the Corriere del la Sera. Land More Men Saloniki, Nor. activity Ahied StrTmmS to dropped neai-ly 50 bombs on the towa and on the troops encamped nearby. Capture Serbs Berlin via London, Nov. troops advancing in Serbia have Quashes Conviction of Liquor Dealer The conuction of Herman Myer wnolosale liquor dealer of this citv on the charge of selling liquor to an Indian quashed b> a judgment urd; below the elbow. To Supply Soldiers The contract for the supply of pro- ly 43 per'cent.'of this, year's taxes 'Si7 ft lastffc he electors COUnt is Nov' 30th' and thc "is" 'as ;n .oacilicist and 1th the independent camp in his connection party and its iti-war doctrines was against him. NO RACE SUICIDE THERE Quebec, of the remarkable fecundity of rench-Canadian families, have just !eii-given here. Mrs. Georges Gal- neau of Charlesbourg, a village just (side this city, gave birth. to her th. while ..lire. Johnr.y Jilcli- d of Levis became the mother of r 29th offspring this morning.. Mrs. clmud Is the wife of John Hichaiid, night watcbman.'; AUSTROQERMAN OFFFENSIVE London, Nov. defin- ite news has been received the renewed. Austro-German Ql'feflsfve, ex- pe'c't'ed, however, that this movement will be pushed ener- getically, count allowed up.to.that date is' 5 co per cent. After that date no, dis-; tn count is allowed. The mayor of their taxes before that date possible. which the troops in Lelhhridgc will be quartered, has been awarded to the local branch of the Hudson s Bay It is understood the con- trace nas been signed for a year from this month. Tho tenders were taken and the' contract awarded through as j the army service corps, which has than ever prevails here, ehiefls on the occupied the heights on the leit bank, part of the British The landing of the Sienica river west of Ptista, men is continuous. At a late hour 'a i German army headquarters an- large detachment of British troops nounced today iiistruns are advanc- canle ashore, and Saloniki heard the Scotch bagpipes for 'the first time Large crowds gathered. the men march through the streets. Delhi, India, Nov London, Nov. 27. ofhcial dispatch receiv- ed here fhows that General Nran's hours be disciplined suspension or and appealed The dreTs'ion appeS British forces, having secured a wa- cancellation of their licenses hrit 4__ ___, fa a Dr. Pgynlz Wins Hospital Action Taber, Alta, Nov sitting ot the District cupied with which Dr P Court, here, wis has been sustained His license, which been suspended, m.-.} he renewed Jim Cornwall is Fined for Assault Edmonton, Alta, Comwall, exMPP, nleaded guilty i Grassy Lake case, in I to a charge'of assault Veferred IS J sued the Hosp.tal Downey, manager of'the V Macdonaid 1I1T1 flf In T ij__1 charge of army supplies Opportunity Lethbridge. district has been given an opportunity of raising a full battalion of Highlanders. The response during the five'days that recruit In ta8 .-Has been generous, but must bo still mole generous If the ranks ul. in accordance .with the recruiting record of the Lethbridge district thus far. "9? something over 1100 men. Many of these fato Im thtlt a Lothbridge district battalion "f, opportunity is given to prove that the district can tor the" S U'C ordilmrj' in tlle of furnishing men There arc now 84 met in the ranks of tlie Kilties 1-etlVbridse bova have responded to the call in the past, tut there are very few purely Uthbrdge men as yet In the ranks of the Highlanders sra r tor a sum of money in connec- ith the Grassy Lake hospital. Jjdgment was given for ?350 each side toapay its own costs SPIRITS IN THE COFFINS Chattanooga, Tenn., Nov. Tennessee "Coffin Casket Co., ami Frank Fox, its shipping clerk, were convicted by a 1urj in the Federal Court" today, of shipping bottles of whiskey in coffins to adjoining "dryV states without proper labelling Co, Ltd, and was fined by Judg Tayior, In the District Court this af- ternoon. MARKETS November wheat December wheat November bats December flax 10414 Hlah WEATHEK 35 ow Ji A few mow but I generally fair.'- GAVE LIFE TO SAVE OTHERS London, Nov Linton, the Australian commander, nho per- ished when the transport Southland earning Australian tioops for the Dardanelles, was torpedoed in Uie Aegean Sea, on September 2, gave up his life that others might be saved, ac- cording to a story of his self sacrifice published by the morning papers. When rescuers found General Lin- ton swimming In the sea, he told them to leave him and save others who might not be'as strong as he. He continued swmm'ing for a long time, and: when taken from the water was in such a condition from exhaustion 'hat he died soon afterward. e ere f British fo ter supolj Clesippon, near Bagdad, on the afternoon oi Nov. 2'ith, without opposition. Be-. ing south-west of capture of reqorded. Atitrovitza The more Serbians' >is St o, Newfoundland, 25. With, the return from St Barbe dis- riu received tonight, reports' were sides prisoners, the British captured "imade from the eighteen el- i quantity of arms and dmmu- nition." British the report adds, say that the Turkb apparently iresh' positions at are preparing Dialah.. Additional reports from the battle at Clesippon indicate that the British forces .won a substantial success in- stead of suffering a reverse as first accounts.led to believe. MOVIES IN SCHOOLS Chicaeo 111 Nov pic- ;uTca as an educational ie given their first trial in the Un- the puMlo school shortly after January 1, Less Than Half Threshing Done Bow Island, Alta. Nov. (s istimated that about 65 per cent, of the threshing at Bow Island is now completed. At Grass} Lake only ab- out half the crop is threshed BUT dett has- nearly 75 per cent finished, Winnifred, 40 per cent, aiiu Whitla 70 per cent From this it will be seen that the threshing outfits still all kinds of work ahead oMhenf Accidental Toronto, Ont, Noi.1 wad received by the provincial to- day from Ottawa inqUity.in- to the explosion of miifitioa fcc- cidcnt and lot the worV of anKncrav. ectoral districts in Newfoundland on the prohibition plebiscites submitted to the electorate of the colony on No- vember 4 St Barbe registered 1069 ballots for prohibition and 437 against. This offsets a majority of about' 200 which had been registered against the proposed measure in the other seven- teen districts, and the measure is car- ried by 404 The report from St Barbe was de- layed by recurrent storms along the coast Communication from that dis- trict to tlie capital was cut off, for the coasting vessels which carrj the mail Had been previously unable to make the trip. The bill which nas submitted In t plebiscite of November 5 was foi tal prohibition, cutting off enl the Importation, manufacture and of liquors in the island ot Newb land The measure should "beco fective after the session of parll early in the New Year. BANK CLEABINaiS Eighty-two haufc clearings of the same The tm lain Vfk same ,V ;