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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 8, 1914, Lethbridge, Alberta VOLUME VII- LETHBRIDGE, ALBERTA, THURSDAY, OCTOJ5ER 8, 191-1 NUMBER 253 WHISKY lOLLED f 'L1NKA 'John, Barleycorn Convicted by ijury in Street Railway Accident Bolenka Under Influence of Liquor Paid No Heed Warnings 'John Halleycotn stood a convicted Iclon in the city police court last when' Coroner Humphriiis' jury, xendered Hie following verdict iteatli of Anthony Bolenka, who itied as a result of injuries sustaiaerf iwhcn he was bUuck bv a North Letti indie stiff! tar -tfOTORlUAN EXONEUVrED The vcrditt of Mm jury is that (ihe iccoased cume to lus acci dentally while uudor the mnuencc of Jinuor Also the jury lmdt that there is no bluirn, attached to the motor man, to the conductor We would jecommend that tome steps, be taken .to the rear end uf the Lethbridfc cars, and that leaders be kept at all (times on all cars big-ed A V-vr Soreman, D U lands Ellis A.d nms 0- W Close J A Smith A il McOuirc DID 11 1 litre was no question condition of the deceased when the accident happened It whisky befuddled .tell Bolenka that near, m time for him to simple case of irain refusing to. danger uai i himself. GLASSAIAVS bVIDBNCD II. proprietor of a sec- tond goods'store on 5th street, evidence that proved conclusive Jj that both Bolenka and his com pinion Nltro (tollonotz were par Itiall) at sin o'clock m (fcha when they left his store ior if. No b mine Tho BE WITH THE FANS WORLD'S SERIES RESULTS. WILL BE BULLETINED HERE War .and BarsbaM Will Hold the Boards Commencing Toimorrow r 'AfternoonrrGct.thc Hot Tomorrow ar.terno.ou, about I- o'- clock, LetlibriUge time, another little will break out in lout as {he cars paj the oper ation cost the) will not be put in cold storage The overhead charges interest on debentures and sinking fund must be met whether the cars The War Today At a Glance The s war s directs atten For tlie'quarter beginning July 1st, and'ending: Sept; to probable fate of the Bel I this Insfc quarter ot 63 __. ,._ armj ofj ind an increase in the- value_of him dra'wii, back to t-hts north c-f llatlon. ._. Chattel. He still holds St. Jlihiclandj some 'positions to the north of Si. Mihiel- on the right bank of the" "In the Woevre district the violent attacks delivered by tlie enemy to the west of Apremont, have failed. "On our 'right wing, Lorraine and there has beon no change. 'In Russia the lines in Kast Prus- sia, the. Russian offensive ccatinues. The heapy. fighting is taking place on the frontier to -the West Suwalki." GERMEN London, Oct. 8, a. Biir- lin despatch to the Renter company contains an -officoal statement given out at (he Berlin headquarters under date of OctobRr it 'follows "The engagement on the right wing in France .have-not led to an v deci- sion. The attacks of the French in the Argonnc and- from the northeast front, of Verdun have been repulsed, 'OfT-AVtwerp the attack has cross- ed a.. section of the river NTetbe. ittacks of Russians .SUlAT-lf Von Kluck Making a. Supreme Effort to Smash Through- the Allied Left BUT IS UNSUCCESSFUL of bn ovorniwii ol thjf 'ffir-- _ Nitro wore mi, the witrcs stand The ca.s carried 61 passengers {that he had onl) two dr'nlct i last month 1 his is an average dail) erv and the motoiman H Guri .ihe net earnings were and wafc standing on the rear plat-j thc daily average cir is it hacked along I Thc Blue line leads for September as it has done m the past with .1 to of its nearest competi- form of 13th. within lep jards of the men, who walking on the ftiaek owing to rtftie he bounded the gong and uben he per ceired that it had no eftect he at once Uie motorman three belte the omcrgeiicj call bo stop Gurr rt- --the .signal ;and applied nil the brakes reversed the motor but skidded for a distancu on the shpper> rails and Boteilta went un aer The car was of the single truck and the ono wheel pass ed over leg it atmost sever- pathetic incident related bj Mr during the inquest Nitre had lost trace of bis friend the deceased, while dowa toivn an bout's search the two men met in Glassman's store Bo lent a liis arms around" Nitro cotnmenccd to weep and saW, have >ou boen my comrade Kfc-IL ON SIDEWALK Ring Wo hou he had seen tlie tifco men on 19th street and hotv thev had fallen oft the sidewalk ou inir to tbefr Inebriated condition SHOUT TD ttARMNG John Yackdhc, mechanic at No 6 stated that he -bad seen Uie tno men the track, and that he si on ted a warning to theai tor tjemg the white line with 40 been tranbferred to Ostcnd thc popu serve us.iiall> held at Rexford lace is fleeing into Holland and flags V (Ire has been burning in the stor of mercj are from the steeples! age oi coal at that point and ship oi churches to indicate that these! rnents immediate use are being structures be spared and will not; be' made irom that point The mines utilized m the desperate defense that the garrison is expected to make Ii the tails Belgian 3rmj Speaking with reference to the nd- will have thc alternative bamng er attached to the verdict of the jury' surrender ol attempting to fight its sitting on the death of Anthonv BO wav through the uermin mfe lenka to the effect that fenders country m order to effect a juncture should he applied to the North Leih-jwith the allies, or or retreating into bridge cars Commissioner Reid said Holland there to be interned until this morning that fenders ai> well asj tha wai ends Th latter courbe would lights had been provided on both j eliminate Belgium as. a lactor in the tfiids of the North Lethbndge car t great stnggle Toi davs Antwerp has and that all fenders were kept m been holding out m the hope that the place except durmg an emergenoy i left wing of the all es brought about bv the iccent fall of snow which was so heivv that the cars would not run with the lenders down Bolenka slid back on to the fiack after the fender had passed so that ii it had been lowered his could 'not 'have'" been averted; been closed here latelj hut are working again todaj Distribution of Patriotic Fund Decided Edmonton Odt 8 i ineHioq of the Southern Uberfra thought tht accident was due to the! hrinch of the Canadian Patriotic carelessness of tfot themselves jl mid this morning it was de ided Claplam Lindsay ot number tne [that allowances should be on fV fol- nall, who attended the deceased after lowing bu on own account accident and during the wait for 10 to 15 years child the ambulance, stated that he had 5 to 10 years, under p> >ears This makes A total ol smelled liquor on Geo McKav and Hopkins uho dcivmg along the track at the dollar nil Triced as and maximum for 0 ..._ any Uimh Hon C Fisher ob time of the accident both gavt, evi that it wasn t1 Enough for dence on the of the car and on' laree tamihes_ Out _oi this imoiint minor points connected with the I will be deducted M the Do- I mm ton poternmcnt, anv i PEATII FKOM SHOCK the family niav, receive from, time to save blie ceot reports irom battle inada it piam that such succor from this source was extremely doubtful Little change oh the battle, line m the north of I1 ranee i indioatel ip the aftwnpon stat-ement of the.Frepoh war omce It that on Trench left wing the German madeino-l while it certain points moved bad On the right and centre then, is nc change it is sai3 Attacks on tbs AVoevre .districts have 'been repulsed, it "is but; no details 'of the lighting are given' RUSSIA'S PROGRESS ,.Rome, r.Oct. .a .statement from Vienna that the Rbsuans have been driven out of the Ruislan Ambassa- dor to Italy declared today that the RuMian forces now occupy the entire province or Bukowim sev en ughtt of Galicia and one-fifth of Hungary, all tne poises fn the and 'the Hungarian tcwns of Ungvar, Munkanos and in th- eastern part of Hungary between 30 and 40 miles from border. ind nm- machine guns In m mmor en 4 SOO prisoner? _ I at 7 in the ...._------ _, njjfinJjmp both jneii_ hiu visited a I opejratetT council fpfils that tha _ _ oar and taken another dnnk service might as -well be contm tn2 govErnmenti from Hrusseis to bw exported duffng the each haU m his possession at the] tied Ihe depreciation is figured in werp the entire change oi the aotm of ju i( of accident an imperial pvith tht or-operations, tiei bwn llttle Antwerp is All foe lumber Uearad througa t-his gagements west ot Ivaugvard gravely threatened jport goes'to the eastern 4 j Advices from neubral sources confirm'States and a nradual increase m Ihf-retofore disputed claims thit the this trade is. i feature of the consu- broken through rcpprts during a period of the outside limit in a courtroom 1 of 2080 Ihe fares amounted'to outer circle of fortilications crossed At presejit the Coal Creek mints are CREW TOOK PRECAUTION) 84 and the total earnings foi fchej brought then short time but a part 01 thc Uhile the men were bcth stagger month with the ad and ren big guns within range of the fit} would not be shipped from ingly drunk, every precaution wat, tals brings the total up to 731 34 1 "proper Ihe has heie is being supplied from thc taken b> Hie conductor Alfred Lm a daih average of In August w" London, Oct.. is a summarv oi the it stood this morning AUnlt thc s the government oi Smralki hue gieat battle in j1 .rMitilhed HIP losms 'iQOfes and the ucrmanb British Premier Sends Two Sons to Fighting Line Londbii', sons of Pre- mier AsJiuitli have, volunteered for service with the British arrnj in !und of. them are now training tLeir The third nhOjhas not completelv recov ered from a serious illness failed to pass the doctors examination French Capital May be Moved Back to Paris i ance liavt eng gui( IUL- six thus thc meagre official pcrts Irom the nont vouchsafe little information of the actual operations lodaj it ib a small piece of ground lost inci that the salnc has been re ncd Mearuhile thc French forces >are moving uortlnvardj- huti_are, gain- in little to the (vist which would be essential to the outilanking ol the Gciman Light wing As a matter of fact, -General Vor Kluck, in command of.-'that- section of tlie Crerman army, with heavy-rern- which have leached him m the pail has ttken i de cideJ offensive and ri-u bj da) the same aimouncemeot is- made-' 'the Piencn wai ol ce that the violt-nt battle continues. The British official bureau; th" 1 rBnUi is i htmg with the greatest dash and bravery, but it silent on hit thr British are do The ireue1! ofucial reports an advance on ceitim point in the Centre and the re taking v oi the giound in tiie district FAILED Fierce Encounter on the Allied' Left Ends Without Any Gain to Enemy German Cavalry Broke Through- at One Point But Gain Was Short-lived Paris, Oct. Grcrman aeio- plane, Hying over Paris and the sub-'-- urbs of Auberville and St. Dennis at .1 o'clock this morning, dropped two bombs, one of which wounded -three persons. Thc other did not harm any--. SlTUATloSr Paris, Oct. tory and ire-assuring was the general today of the last tnews from the'front as-indicated by: the war-ot-y Sice statements. T.his confidence was maintained in awaiting this after-' noon's official report on the develop- ments on the 'battle in the north ot. France, which has taken on gigantic 'proportions: As time passes the con- test becomes increasingly desperate.- Daring exploits without number are daily recorded. the Battle Front, Oct. Paris, Oct. 8, fierc- est lighting which" has marked the conflict in the French theatre of-wan- has taken place since Monday on the western wing of the allied New forces oi German cavalry-and in- fantrv which have appeared in-front ;of the allies'-Hues haye-.used :sburre. and every effort to attain sue-; .cpss. They have thrown .tbejnselves again and attain at the French and. British who brought equally strong Louies of troops forward to oppose them. TERRIE1C _ The battle is no longer one of nja chirehke strategy af two armies but a Contest hardly within the powers or crtthiranfiej of the two bodies of human armies each waiting -for Hit ttUer to give up the struggle h" fpre victor) is achieved Here and there the lines have faltered one waj or the other under the shock but again it tightened up' and became firm. GERMANS -BROKE THROUGH At one period the German cavalrj succeeded in breaking: through the'al- fjed. lines at a place which must re- main undisclosed, but not in sufficient, strength to make their feat of ap pj.eciafalt, mportance 1 he retirement of the a lies was however lullj in accord with the plans of the general stall ihr bitach in the line was at an octave angle ami the Germans were placed m a ver> piecanous po sition from winch thej ueie ousted w ith great loss later m the daj I ULL LAST MGHT VII night and tcxiay the tight Dordeiux Oct Pom cordine; to the I rench rcpoit has care Sceompamert bj Premier i j been held in check and to the north and the "Minister oi ttir "M of I ille lias been driven back On if two wings r ms to Pans ter a visit to tiff battle iront It has beeh reported that the: French to Paris igs it is added, the German ittdcks have The northward movement of Trenoh line brings it clos.e to teers. If the tmploier tlmtmues ahote sijt, -ijir, Drs Galbrait-h "and Cragg w ho at tended the deceased at the hospital, medical testimonj Dt Gal (would get nothing fioin the fund Viraith stated that Holcnka had dir-d from after the operation had Been ncrformcd There fcas not a of evi- dence during the ontuc mquost tlut vouKl cast a shadow oa nithm- motorman 'or the eomluctor Their car was travelling an eight mile an hour gait, and all lights were shin- Ins And so the cup which is supposed to cheer, in this case is directly re sponsiblc- for the death of a man Ttio cup will Iiold little oncer for his v and three children in far-off Kussia onfirmationa Tax John 'Ptlrrfcl deputy minister of 1ijln the citv attend fnf Dslrct Court, foi flftlen of land for by Judge Jackaon- .f-r Stripped by Cflllto 'Arms London Oet Engltah and Scotch unlvemUletf opened their fall terrai iesterday. with attendances Carcbridge ,UJiiveraltj had only 1CDA tm 100 last fear, at the m stltutlon having joined the in my The other seats, of learning haver lost studenti In. same proportion v- i Much comment.hak the action pro- Wellington Nevsrt Knew of Anything Like This From Bor-deaiix at in earl} date but Btl lan frontier and icomcideiitallv officially th s transfer ras not there been engagements between made as et the Belgians and Germans in. the r Jrn. neighborhood of prtS twt-iiti miles ''south of Ostcnd. and Tat Vudenard, H :miks southwest of "Ghent: The m oTcmcn Is oi 1 he G erman troops Wb c preith Iia npeted bj the pin sical conditions of the countn AN ARMORED MOTOR great feature ot thfe car and food ivlth them hj British Horses. In Fine Well Cayedfpz IT t Pans Oct 8 Persons returning JG from the battle fkmWay thatth.e horses of the British regiments are in fmp fettle afvsi their long- dur ins wlurh the trooners them ft ith thorough! The Drench nioirnU are also reported to be In (Jbod sliape regimen Iu tbe fightln" zone Despite denials to the contrary, it rurrentlv tbat con tr Ci n Prince army is- still with his FEW 'BRITISH BEING .KILLED German Shells Do Damage- Infantry Attacks Oase London, Oct. .S.TrThe Daily Yl cio graph's cbrres'poiid'Sntiih Prartce sajfa The i coi ded oi daring craven and the French and Kntibh troops who them- selves showed unparalleled coolness and course without exception when the of the battle diel down ex- pressftd admiration for the fearless- ness of -their .German opponents. CUINXGD 1 terrific nature of the fighting mav be seon Irom this fact One compativ of French infantry started the war with 190 men and a full com- plement of. ohiccrs bmce then it has receivcl drafts bringing the total-up to 32-1 Todav the companj is coin- posBd ot ninety men commanded by a sergeant, all the other higher offici- als'having disappeared CONFIRMS WEDNESDAY REPORT' London, Oct British submar- ine has made another caul close to Uie German hase in the North Se.i and lias torpedoed a German torpedo boat destrovor 'I here is a reports that a Germaji ciuiser also was tat- rlcdocd hut this is not confirmed NEW -VERSION OF :PARIS'- RETREAT. Joffre Threw Troops Into Gap Dis- f covtered by Asrial Scout London Oct. .Daily Mail cor? lesp indent in France gives a new slon the reason foi the German re- trogf He that moniEnt General ToEfre, the French decided "to arresp his retreat and face the Germans on ihe Marne, the General Foch, was rettilng south of Chalonsf tilbcovered by an aeroplane reconnais- sance, that ttyo tatled to make a junction and had left u considerable gap Iu the hood of Vitrj J V General Poch thryat large of men sujippfted bjf utrorif artlJleiy, tnbjlshedtbefore ;