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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 9, 1915, Lethbridge, Alberta VOLUME VIII. LETHHRIDGE. ALBERTA. SATURDAY, OCTOBER 9, 1915 NUMBER 254 BELGRADE TAKEN Berlin, Oct. 0, via London. Teutonic h-oops Serbia have captured the si-eater pad; ol' the city of Belgrade, it was officially announced today. Are Now Attempting to Take the Gity---Russians Win Local Successes at Other Points London, Oct.' Dvinsk front claims the 'greatest attention in the eastern fighting zone. The (ier- inaiis arc attempting to take the city -from the.north and their onslaught exceeds in 'yiolwice -'previous attacks from .the west and-south. A desper- ate has _.heen fought 10 miles jinrth of Dvinsk and the Russians-ad- hnit the loss of put pf their trench 'cs, ifrpin'-Dy-insk to the Lida-Molo dechno ;railroad local successes arc _clain ed h> Russians Reports from All Reliable Sources to Effect that Govt. Will Not Al- ter its Attitude Loridqn, Oct. trian war is reported to confiscatejUtiiu entire supjl.y of. -pneumatic and other rubber tires in Vustria including taose of pru it" ownership, neu or old ind in what- ever condition; and even iliose in actual, use. Owners of tires are re- 'qinred to deli cr tneni up ithm 34 hours, urtder peiialU ot a eT s im prisonmcnt or penalties more tt-ircrc Berlin, Oct. 9, via patches from Bucharest to Berlin newspapers declare that- the attitude of the Rumania press of a'il factions, and reports from authoritative sourc- es, show that Rumania will not be in- fluenced by events in Bulgaria and Greece lo abandon neutrality..She will maintain the attitude she has hitherto declare. Major H. Gault Seeks a Divorce "VlonireaV Oct 7 The follow ing announcement nil! appear in the Can ada Gazette, Votue is hereb1 that Vn drew Hamilton Gault, of the city and district of Montreal, major in-, the Canadian expeditionary forces, .'-.will apply to the .parliament of Canada at' the'next session thereof bill of divorce from his Marguerite Clare Stephens, of the city anil dis- trict of the ground of adultery." Mrs. Gault is a daughter G. Stephens and the marriage" took place in- 1904. -Major Gault'pro- uded the mone; to raise thr I Patricia regiment' He belongs to a prominent Montreal 'family. BOSTON WINS GREAT GAME 2-1 New Battery Should Be All-Lethbridge recruiting for another'Battery, commences. This also is to be officered by Lethbridge and for it to be a Lethbridge Battery in so far as Its .oerconel ic i-nncemsd. are dr to the firing line. Recruiting for the 39th Battery commences1 on Monday. The re- cruiting office is in .the vacant store east of James Rose's gents' fur- nishing on Third avenue; there are plenty of signs a.bout the building to attract attention. Let there be a rush of recruits on Monday, and make it possible lor the entire Battery to be raised within the coming week. The Red Cross society of the city, at the annual, meeting held last even ing, decided not to put on a campaign for funds until the proposed campaign for the Patriotic Fund is completed. The balance in the treasury, some wifl .be devoted to purchasing material for sewing by the women. Judge Jackson was re-elected chair- man of the society; Mrs. vice thtiirman: A. J. Blackbjirue, treasur- er, and Hush Dpiman, secretary. The executive committee of twelve 'Is as follows: 'Mrs. Scott, Mrs. C, B. Bow- man. Mrs. Kellog, Mrs. McKillop, J. 'N. Ritchie, Mrs. L. M.' Jobnstone, Mrs. Robinson, Mrs. Sto'lze, E. C. Mc- Kenzic. Mrs. Murray and Mrs.' -Laf- Eertj The society decided to co-operate In: every way with other societies in giw ing the Australian cadets a welcome to this city on October STOLE HUNS' CACHE OF HIGH EXPLOSIVES London, Oct. W. Cooper, an old Blackburn amateur footballer, has been decorated at the, front with the Military Cross for.: an 'act of re- markable coolness and resource IJe dm ing a mine 192 long under the German1, position, and had got within a ob- jeothe he br.oke into a German mine, crammed with high-explosives. For a moment, he, doomed but he Quichli the wires leading to the German .trenches and, sending back .for help, -proceed: ed to carry away the sives jiiecemea'I. As the tunnel was.very and his men "Say head to feet and passed the sliff back from hand et has been no formal declaration oti war between Bulgaria and Servia and I the entente. Prepare Flank- Attack The exception of an unconfirmed re- port of Russian bombardment of the Bulgarian coast near Virna no act ui Jioattitty ua committed I by Bulgaria or her new opponents. Nevertheless Bulgaria is reported to be preparing a flank attack e i------- successful principal that must r Tlw are an op- tudy condition in thli cipal, he continued, must be a good, son, hnn pies J Stephens Pinch disciplinarian, must maintain good'" CnrjX, presilent, team wort among his teachers, must all, Pmchcr Creek, propcrlj supervise term and fisai ex animations and overset the uork in' each room lit cncduiajed athletics comnilttcc, Miss Uurgc and Mitchell Bull, Mtsjri lir line portnnity to..... as veil an to do MUM for their own couitry. Arrangements 11 been the bovs to give their the tuspic-s fiimli The part) i> Simons, of ii ot (Co.NTlJ.uro oi, jfaliMneiit in ;