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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 1, 1915, Lethbridge, Alberta ASOT.IKB VICTOKV Tills advance 'followed a sur Ion, Oct 1-The Daily :le's military correspond- ,y> "The last five days the whole aspect of They have, brought eventual victory wilhm the reg ion of absolute and calculable cer- tainty They have shown that mastery In the west now belonas the Allies in such has spent lous attention, of scientific uity and uoon the certainty of which all hi" of vie. lory, but of an honorable peace, as he calls It, are entirely d.th Hun Officers in llgaria Ion Oct forces France are rsHmatad at a which will be in- .Jd bv men By lengthenlna of the ebitu- ,lumns of the London news- measures the price paid British ot- London, Oct. 1 Foreign Affairs, announced today ND ounce. and Great Britain French Attacks in Artois and Champagne Districts Regain Foothold on Works Taken by French Paris, Oct a great battle In i the Artois district, the French ba.e made further progress by meant of tacks with hand nrenades on the Ger- man trenches Announcement to this effect was made today bv the War Office. the Champagne district, ,German counterattacks near Malsons de Champagne was checked. The Germans violently bombarded the French trenches near Soupir, north of the Aisne district, but made no infantry attack. Further Bams Pans, Scot 30, 1045 p.m fur ther qam of nround In Champagne, to the north of Mesnll, Is recorded in this French official conmumcation to- night, which adds that on the Chairt oaone front alone since September 25, leld guns and heavv pieces to the number of 191 have been captured by he French The statement says-jlso that by counterattacks the Germans succeed- ,d in regaining a footing on th. works known as "Ouvrage de la Befaile, French Bear Brunt rienoti are bearing brunt of the fighting now" in the western front Tnsy are hammsr. ing at the second German line In Champagne, In the direction of th. Grand Pre Railway, and at the sam. time dropping bombs on the and station. ?o prevent the German, from bringing uo reinforcements. Absence ot new. frem the British front apparently indicates that then- force, are occupied with conMlidatlnfr :helr positions on the strip ef tory recently won. i French Losses Light Paris Oct 1-French losses in the LeUibridEC district, ished a tbat .is a vheat lot the entire it ment it the yield in southern aboie stated average a result is shown that statgeruig, and proh- Upenence-ot wheat grow- on thetcontinent for a rears BRITISH M.P. KILLBD Oct I T Cables, ment for 'the-Heywood- of lAncaahire, has led in the Dardanelles is the third Parliament who a Killed In action; London, Oct 1 -As a result of-eon- ferences that have been this reek between Premier i-ar Secretary Kitchener me the Eovernmentr, and Jne mop Iraportenf labor leaden, of the couni trv, the latter have pledged them, selves to dojevervthmt; in tbeu; er to encourage recruiting The; still of the opinion that for the army, navy and amnroi works can be obtained by system, des-pRe, Lord JCit The good work of recruiting tor the 82nd gees on Last night closed the fourth day oi recruiting, and the roll of Lethhridge men who have join- ed now totals 67. Ibe raeruitb signed on jesterday included G W Camp- conductor of R H R nner a well-knoira local amger olier local B recent offensive, COBtlj recent oueasive, Germans, ere relatives wry according to statements mado_bj. sons in a position to know Soldier.; explain this by tne speed with wnKn., the y vere carried out. _________ ;Let Off on Suspended Sentence JJenrv L at Carditon. as teller ot the Roval Bank at Blair- an 1 UI a" roan ofJUvniond thefts winch in tne countrj, me the chief Ottiwa, Ont, Oct A proposal to send twelve battalions from Canada to to take place of {the sec- now la i8 QuarteWl in huts on of AldershoL .where they While record The Mineri' outside the night Throu v- e The the Jront UIV it has not yet oeen 1 ifather- of the. Mounted a police bugler plays the various calls in front, ol the recruiting office on Fifth street, during the day An- other hand will be night _i.' The following are new rfcruited yesterday, R Mjlligan, a., ufAttnin rtmiswnrtn. Hyi.dn J Cousins "nas 'Judse at court' alter hit n Campbell, H. R JP Kcily, English, R.'W -r-, iiisworth, ooper.'-English, M' Armstrong, Hewitt, t Kawunson; that this ownc liave rtteted I 'fj iiitptopor-1 fe Hardta lite genctj last) t Uittlwi ping cement I ffmn Lelp- numbtt lid repre- ball charge, the of the the presentation of Crown .1 men; rl Mcdi-t v atl 1 the hum- Scvr Orleam and i Mississippi Gulf is expected to The property estimates Losses so I as tol- 200 th- an .3 dead, property WO JYen- injured r At- thesCrown, as the battalion will r bt to the front Br Bfll London, front tlowcr- In Oct 1 Javldson this morning rjfused toral- S S Taylor to appear tors luiry into the submarine purchase by ie McBride iovernment, counsel or the B C Liberate ti Sir Charles intimated .ilsslon's counsel, John, IThoroiisoH, K. C, was qmte'competent f he no aiithoritv ap- pear, and if he would be cancelled J -T Sir Rlcpard McBndt si Conservative uarty had to Mr. Baylor appearing then withdrew The latter The activities of the L' board of tiads which M evtensiie during the suromet 1HB and said that this work g with conaidereSle sttc- promiae of aecomplish- rflnite x of the eitension ol lito raiB 1 fteit Itlsh 0 The Mitire n board had been iiqt ng One dozen responded to and attended Mr Maimochj ?d tins fact as a very i ing feature In report he i to the various been undertaken tt districts b} thtb summer, aid aluo ras Mr Marnoch told of the successful lola or illuskat.on CKtatliShtnent. or uiuiiimt.vii tirongk southern Alberta, and of the ork they were ot WHh Mr the i has broufht i of Mr Orisdale, I eiperlnwiital [arms, for to the .'re emplotJM working 'day ajiLnteht to Tctataaldja, (HuiopeMi "itions. Blalioiat? bMg constructed, so thai if the'plams outside TchatmiMiaj< SfM heaTylong range guns. i t. turn ld (sSB.SBrfeaSS.aa rtksiMI w. a Mr. ___ .moth ieh was Being JT 1 emer'fcnasljfWj-! WEATUB aa ID tciihto- ,YA] ;