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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 6, 1914, Lethbridge, Alberta LEW VOLUME VII. TUESDAY, OCTOBER 6, 19M NUMBER 251 RUSSIANS READY TO STRIKE-ALLIES' WHOLE FORCE MOVES Two Invasions of East Prussia Following the x Big Victory A HOLY CRUSADE Jive Million Peasants Believe ihe Time Has Come and Are Preparing London, Oct 6 That Russia will In East-Prussia; with two armies, and '..that -the, defeat, ot' .the German. army, Invaded Russia Poland from Efest Prussia was more decishe than reported are the out today's dispatches ftom Petrograd Russia u armies of iu are to strike How many men the> represent no one but that'they are the largest and best equipped put in the Held by Russia is beyond question to support tnem there arc 6 000 BOO men not yet called to arms, nho are drilling readi to taKe the Held In they ail consider a holy war The Russians are now moUng tol with the object ot a general in of Bast Prussia This victorj il it is as complete as reported, is of the gieaeest importance to the Hns elans as it will the Gtjimans Irom undertaking, aoy operations by Hand and sea.'.'wlnot' woold have com Riwsts, to- 1 turn at least a. pa-tut ;lti atfenflon in this direction General5 "HJniienkamot apparently drove, a-wedge between, the man forces1 arAA'y era advancing on Druskemkland Ossotfefz, ami brought about oJt -which. the left bank ot DiiukedUA their defeat -t Augustcrao must compel them to do so The moral effect of another Invasion of Bast Prussia 11111 also be of import From the Slleeiap and Oalician bat' nothing has come through w BELGIUM WILL WIN "STRATEGISTS" Eugene Heytens, Belgian, Back from War Zone Says there is Nothing Surer KAISER WILL GET HIS >_ German Atrocities Confirmed by t Former Resident-Antwerp Can't be Taken Who do you. think n'll 'WeTwill? of course Is an opinion straight, from .the seat of war; '.expressed 'to 'the- Herald this morning bi Hejtens a Letbbridge citiijfeij vsho lias spent the past nine inon his nathe land, Belgium tha Vho return- ed to the citv direct flora points nhere some of the heaUest fighting I occurred. Hcyteni had a I splendid opportunity of opening tho j events that led up to and of! subsequent happenings, are straight from the: shoulder, .free from the scisbors and blue pencil He asserts emphatically that the Al lies In The duiation of the war is as much a matter of speculation lu Belgium as ft is heie qn the_prairie Some think it will last for only a weeks more and some predict at least A jear more of bloodsned and'fighting But it Is only a question 6j hme Mr Heytens before the rnonster Kalserism, falls ifo an Agnomlnous! doom r I will dona for and _________ -tnfl that liquor, is cespousi years of jprogress a. jumbled tumbled mass of iears and wreckage The places visited bv i the piratical Hung been dissolved to a mass of ruins and a mulch, of flesh Every farmer has hefin subjected to treat mfcnt that would shame the most fiend .RAILWAY VICTIM Anthony Bolenka Russian Miner Knocked Down and Killed by.Blue Line Car HIS LEG WAS SEVERED FIGHT NOW AT LILLE Checked in Some Parts of Long Line But Gain on the Whole. Died on Operating Table in Gait Will be Held FRANCE CONFIDENT daj ind pjflbabjj, the maan Ish manias Horses have not come tBgether there Ibeen seized by the thousands, and HOLY CRUSADE 'flalds are of care Rome. Oct j 6 Communicationt Those who submit to demands of from Russia, since niu MV. m- thp Germans are left homeless and rang M the war In i most destitute, while Uuae do not, are abundant and detailed, describe the murdered on the spot The soldiers Muscovite Empire in aucn a torment enter and pillage every house and that those knovpng the Sla; spirit granarv, ..and remove not only the think the war noSv headed bv ibe stores aud provisions which were to Czar, w ill assume the rharacter oi a. have sustained a peace loving people, Hoiv Crusade.and be like an immensejbut they subjected the mhabi flood which, dvVes, ml.......... inundate and exterminate every thing "OOO.OOO 10 FIGHT A despatch frofa Petrograd sayi that persons wlfo have offered ti for the front alrcadi number 5 000 000 Halt of these are alreaiij drilled General Soukhomlinolt, the minibtet or war, declared that 11 the arms fac- tories have no time to provide rifles for all, Russians will take them from the Germans and iustnans and will be glory- for 'DRY" London, Oct Warsaw des patih to Keutci's Telegram X3o savs, that the sale-of spirits and ivme is prombiteii, in flrst class res tanraots, hotels and clubs and that Warsaw is1 non a completely mcnt House, Ottawa, b? an in geniousi- device, unveiled-a pprtrBitjjot hia Royal Highness hung above the platform in the Horse building Alrnont ftiactly at 10 o'clock, aa the crowd of delecatfB and Waited in silence a click was heard and .tlie two floffj, a Union Jack and a pUrs and Stripes, which hung side by over the portrait, began to while the audience itood and of the 103rd played 'God Sayi pttrtrait was natal, and the Congms formil- tide" Wj IN SPITE OF WAR TRADE INCREASES r Qnl, Oct 6 the month of which was the flrat month of European far, 'the; total Canadian trade reached an aggregate of compared with 000 for tho corresponding month ot 1913 This Is the out standing feature of (tie trade stitenient Issued Hon J D Reidi Minister of Customs there haen a fall Ing off in tbe imports, exports rtoVa heaKhv Condition exist- lug ia'thfl trade of Ihe Dorafn IOB. Thai's What French Army Sur geon Will tRe Paris Oct 6 Dumonti an army surgeon is in Val de Grace hospital 17 woundfa A shell burst his head, near Soissons, hilling his Ahorse: The surgeon lost his nght eat, part of his left arm both hia Ifegs were bored hl-e. a cylm der, and his kldnejs were raked, bat no important organ touched He is recovering McDAlRMlD ACCLAMATION St ThomiB, Out, Oct. locil Liberal, leader n authontj for the statement that there be no oppo sitioi offered in West EIgm to the election, ot the Hori F G JUopaiwi the nr-tt oroStincfel immstei of Put interment Mil take place KHEDIVE IS SULTAN'S PRISONER Ordered Not Leave City Without Rulers' Permission Home Oct 6 disuatch from Con- stantinople says Khedive is practically a nnsonei of the Sultan, has.oidered him.not to leaye.the city permission of the Sultau FIGHTING IN MEXICO Vera Cruz. Mexico, Oct. force of Mexican raiders, followers of Gen- eral 'Aguilar, who re-appeared.-at.'Es- peranza j were en off by the local garrison when they at tempted an attack There were but few casualties on either f (MPEACHED JUDGE RESIGNS ashmston, E C Oct 6 Justice Daniel T Wright of the Dis- trict of Columbia, idlflg before son, to take effect on November 15 KAISER FIRES VON __j____> j i Army_Head Wonldn't Let Kaisei Send Aircraft to'Scare Eng- land so Kaisrr Tied Can on Him Oct.- 6.-fAh Amsterdam dispatch to the Daily Call says- "the dismitta! of General von Moltke to a collision with th the right to> the front and are boiling religious services and rrcacli- ing sermons inx the trenches "Bad weather is causing raiiCh sick; MUS ;