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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 30, 1915, Lethbridge, Alberta VOLUME VIII. LETHBRIDGE, ALBERTA, TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 30, 19J5 IC3 Fayettevillc, W. Va, Nov. explosion. occurred at noon today'in mine So. 2 of tlio Boomer Goal and Coke Company at Boomer, W. Va, iliree liundred men were said to be in the mine at the time the accident took place, and it was not known here whether .any escaped._____________________ MINERS ENTOMBED ROUMANIA BARRING RUSSIANS London, Nov. to j enliagen despatch to telegrams from Bucharest, Kumania bc'V'mittcd to enter the Danube, which, it is ism- phasizcd, has mined. has notified Russia ot her earnest for a new tnal of the Dasjf pa, ment to be majie_to_ the detail owners! of gram seunl From the latest offi ____B. M___.. in J G receive ttfe cash price of a bushei of Although saloons remained open usual hours, selling coffee, tea and Dodd and. London, Nov. other non-m'toMcaiits during prohibit- positions on the Belgian coast ed hours there were few customers from Zeebrugge to Ostend v lor the latter class ol trade One ot were bombarded for two hours the largest down town cafes reported today, 'by a British squadron, that onl> two shillings had been tak- according to a Renter disp'atcll en across the liar befoie noon, while o from Amsterdam. in another place the morning trade consisted of three cigars and two glasses, of mineral water The withdrawal privilege ol drinking on credit was a severe blow to places in the business and factory districts One cafe, whose books show two thousand credit cus- tomers, found the day's business less than one-siUh that of previous days, Hours between .two. thirty o'clock and six thirty o'clock in the evening apoear to be the mteival which will hit the licensed trade most hcavilv Although there was some grumbling, the general attitude of the public toward the new order of things was astonishingly apathetic. GEN. FRENCH IN LONDON London, Nov. Sir John French. commaTider oLthe Dri tish forces on the Western front, was In London and conferred with Premier Asquith. THESE HAVE PERISHED Marseilles, Nov. French lie 00-4-. AH. ..uiuw, n------------ steamer Omara has tsen s nk in the ers and otheis who owned numbers 1, Mediterranean by. a submarine No 2 and 3 in the elevators word has been received of the twenty'Will rrtruc just what the giain vas entirely clear bushci ftalefi over the owners_ will Cjni Statement it does not appear that there has been any further fighting since the British advance on the bat- tlefield-' of but British troops have again fallen back to Ti gras, liauns been outnumbeied b> the Turks.'and are now. occupying more easily defended positions in the rear wheat at the close of the Winnipeg arket on Saturday afternoon. These No. 2 Northern, 51031- No 3 Northern, Ihfother words, the graiii deal- prices were No 1 Xorthern, members of the crew, and it is feared they have perished. J. S. DENNIS TELLS OF THE WORK DONE FOR THE PATRIOTIC FUND "Western Canada has contributed 50 availed themselves of the presence BULGARIANS WILL WOT PURSUE Copenhagen, Nov 28, London The Berlin Lokal Aiwelgei sajs it learns from a reliable source that thn Bulgarians have decided not pur- sue the Serbians into Greek territory BRITISH STEAMER IS SUNK: London, Nov. Bri- tish steamship 'Dotterel has been sunk, presumabb by i submai Ine. actuall) worth at the time the scl ziire was .-made. GENERAL OHER On nib second inspection local internment camp w ithin time of the former line. London, Nov. the north- Poland after crushing the German attacki, the Russians have succeeded in making local gains in the neighborhood of II loukst, occupying an eastern urb of that town, and advancing on the German trenches- south of this point. B.C. MINISTER'S WIFE DIES Vancouver, B.C. Nov Hoss, wife of Hon W R Ross, mln ister of Lands, died Saturdaj, after a long illness She was formeily Miss Leila Young of "Winnipeg________ London, Noi. the last forty eight hours revived activit: lias been shown In Fiance Sir Jolm Trench, comminder-in-chief of the British loices, reports successful Bri- tish, air attacks on German positions along the Belgian coast, and on other parts of the German lolving the destruction of a German submarine on the Belgian coasts, and raids on an aerodome and ammunition, factors behind the German lines The Fiencli troons, fighting m the Souclie? sector, succeeded m dnynK the Geimans from a crater made by J. successful mine explosion, recorded iu the German ottieial statement of_Sun Neil Stalker, Well-known Rancher, Instantly Killed When Auto Turns :Neil Stalker, of Grassy Lake, one! Mi of the best known sherp an-t cattle tojji men in southern Uberta, and one oi olliK, the most familiar figures on the streets of L.elhbndge, was inbtantlv ni tin. mpn who have enlist- of these gentlemen In the ciu by j months General Sir William Otter, automobile he was, [He is recovering Ho had been enpg- icnt. of the men wlio nave enusi chalge of Can- and turned complete-1 cd onlv the previous m Grassy er-c ed for overseas service. tertaining them at luncheon The u.-----------------f-- members ot the committee and the adi is in the citj todav, and visited The administration of the South teams conducting the campaign were the camp at the exhibition grounds gnrjnKij cm Alberta branch of the Patriotic I present and profited largelv by Mr Fund was held up as a model at the Dennis' businesslike talk. about. KITCHENER RETURNS London, Nov Mirlhlt Earl Kitchener, secretary i for War, returntd to London todnjr from hii trio to the East. and Miller was taken to the hospitil general meeting of the committee in Ottawa, and Lethbndge has taken front rank among the .cities in Canada in her contributions to. the Patriqtlc Fund.' This was some of the information given by J S Dennis, vice president of the Southern Alberta branch of the Canadian Patriotic Fund, and assist ant to the president of the C P R, his talk to the local Patriotic Fu committee at the luncheon at the Al- exandra hotel, yesterday Mr Dennis, with T M Tweedie, M PP, president, and Thohurn, sccretarj, weie returning from meet ings at Caidston and Magrath Mr Dennis has just letunicd from New York, he been for the past four months in connection aeeur ing supplies for the Allies. His aaso to war conditions, and owing to thh flct, his talk was all the ricre Inter- ustinB The Joeal Pntristlc Tuad Jlr. Dennis [briefly outlined the ,br- the Patn vates and 42 officers .this morni. u Gen Otter states that heMs mcrch on an inspection trip He has not et received i o! the report oi itulu aMuut" oi.u _ on tho road south of Purple Lake, In Mr Stalker iringi, pinning Mr Stalker's huge Ne.l Stailer had been hung in A I- i ____L___ r_- T nnrc inil Tlflfi hfffttl flame beneath the car and crushinfi herta for fifteen 5 cars and, had, been 1ST VALIDUY OF GRAIN CONTRACT umber of internes m Canada during the past few months stales the Kra- .it Grassv Lake 'big heaileu, K.ndlv rancher In tltc The traeedi ocun diicctlj oppo j jff.urs of the district when Loss Uund, a prominent farmer, ot spoke with earnestness in support of the Fund If his wishes are carried out those who aie in a position to sup port (hc rcfusc to dft so_ will not he In a pleasant position the caninaign is completed. In his opinion the names of those people should be made public and he stated that it would he a for him to in his own city.' South Doing .Well The reports'.of tho campaign to date show that the people of .Southern A1- it is cvpected will raise double the amount allotted. ON PAGE 3) he lillt. 1 (tl'lll IlUll'SU Ul VH-U juii-t. ci iior rp from lipcn i of tliP council 01 tar ''tic road made ,cv by tne snow and in.ofncer of the Liberal rf John Yad thawed and t Laleh he had been working 1 Dectmber May wheat December Decembtr fla turned a compltte somersault, rolling hird foi the Patriotic; Fund ih hi tr ,md righting ilbell again Mr district McKillican wab working ncai the Neil Stalker wa: house at the time, and hearing tho native of Ugulsl lushed over to the car Mr of age frhen lie first came engaged with He married nS a Scotchman, ,i irC HC W8S II iuu noibc lusneu over to me cat of age 102Fs Stalkei was pinned beneath it, the Alberta he was rear avlc resting on his shoul- Burns near 184 WEATHER High d.r Mr McKillican iVfted car but was unabfe to fair cold us shoul- Burns near ralgar> He tnartieo a up the few years ago Miss Martha Mclndoe ,oa-u Mr of Lethbndge brother of tne de- StalSer "fhc "man'jltiloV lying ceased lives on the ranch_ north of nearbv too seven'y injured to lie of Grassy Lake Sana-Mr McKillican The funeral will take plate n Leth- .........V.fronTa neighbor, and when thev uadfr the direction of-ttif Lojsil bulled Mt. Stalker from under the of which o.der.he was dead., I member. pam am he eonfniflvt t court will uphold the The jumping" of contracts hal come general, according to tion supplied the Leader b> and they stand to, small amount of money u the tracts do not hind the tar nit r agnenienl The action abote noted up for hearing in the district." and the points ol law te'qneitiM: be there thoroMWy f terteJ. ings wins, action edlv be followed by mnny.otatr lu cjsai _ ;