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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 11, 1916, Lethbridge, Alberta WEDNESDAY: OCTOBER n7i9i6 Says Constantine Has Been Ill- Give Big Demonstration Against the King Oct. a remarkable demonstration against Kino Constantine In Mytllene on Saturday, when M. Venlrelos, for- mer premier of Greece, and now head of thi revolutionary move- ment, continuing hli campaign, ad- dressed a gathering of the Island, ere. A Dally News dispatch says there were cries of "down with the King." venlzelos gave no en- couragement to these. The respon- sibility for the crisis he placed on the ministers and his only reflec- tion on the King was that he was the victim of had advisers, who had played on his known belief of a German victory. "A man who four months ago hoped fort German said Venlzelos, "might have been hon- estly mistaken. But since then, no man of good faith could believe a German victory'were possible." BOSTON TAKES FOURTH GAME BOSTON 0301 1 00 610 1 BROOKLYN 2000 000 00 254 Batleriei-Leonard and Carrigan; Rflarquard, Cheney, Rucker and (CONTINUED OS PAGE 31__________________________________________ Sub. Scare In East Over New York, Oct. to indicate the presence of Ger- man submarines off Nmted States coait, was observed by steamers which arrived here today, after voyages from east and south. There was no un- usual activity on sea; the arriv- als reported, nor were any en- tente warships sighted. IlBUNS FORCE PRISONERS AT POINT OF GUN TO WRITE LIES TO THE HOME FOLKS Lctribridge Woman Receives Letter From Son Telling of Ter- rible Cruelties Practised on Britishers The Patriotic Turin Farmers Several Cars of Young Stock Quickly Taken Up By Eager Purchasers (Special to the Herald) Cardston, Oct. shipments arrived yesterday from Manitoba and eastern Canada of young cattle. Wm. Duce brought in a car of Shorthorns of mixed ones, twos nearly all breeding stock. They sold readily ,as soon as unloaded and were from Manitoba points. The other was much Irish Question Sure to Come Up Matter of Conecrip- tion Loan Authorized London, Ocl. 11. The House ot began consideration Commons today of tlic serious the war with arising from That British prisonc-rs in Germany -Englamlers, Il'-e .linns cull them are forced, at the of the revol- ver, to write their friends thai they are well treated, and are getting plen- ty to eat, when such is the; very op- posite from the tacts, is. revealed in a letter received by Mrs. A. uroome. 615 llth St S., from her son, Armor- The farmers of the Turin district arc not to be daunted by adverse circumstances in their determination to carry through any patriotic under- taking. Last week they had a targe number of articles of pro- duce and other things to bring in to the Red Cross Jumble Sale being held in Lothbrldge. Sad. road conditions deterred them from making the trip. They gathered in the school- house there, held a Jumble Sale of their own, and this morning the local Red Cross branch re- ceived as a result. __ ___ .m, Capture Village ot bou- Make Big Gain On The Macedon- ia Front 1-ing spent two years in a German liaine'nt. This sten permits members It was ex- prison Scrgt. Broonie crossed to Franco on August lath, 1914, and was to discuss any subject. pected that would cover _ and would include in addition to finan clal Questions, the government of Ire-. uum land, which the Nationalists, who have I and Sergt. Broome was definitely taken side against the gov- German, ernment. will brine up. The sugges 'of conscription to Ireland which the Unionists are understood tion of stock They sold readily i urging, but which it K '----'the government opposes. Z! from mouth he was sent to Switzerland in an ex change of prisoners, and hopes soon to be liome In England. Writing to Ills mother under date of Sept president Citizens' Lumber-Co. 'Sees .Great Things Ahead For This Country an larger and comprised some six cars lot young heifers numbering over 200 head These were brought in by A W Jensen of. Card Jensen, and while they had 'been eleven days en route'they were not'allowed even to be watered before tho buyers wore after them, and they were sold as soon as unloaded. --Tire buyers wereench trenches at a certain j oinl hut were thrown back by he grenadier corps. Victory in Macedonia Salonika, via London, Oct. 11. troops Tuesday ocou- lied two more towns lo Ihe east if the river Slruma, in Greek Macedonia, il was announced odiiy at British headquarlers. They were Ihe Bapalova and 'rbsenik, Ihe Jailer town seven niles soulh of Dcmir Hissar.. British mounted 'troops have a point two-miles south of -Series.' the asylum. No wonder the papers said we all had a strange look for we hardly realize as yet that we are free, and getting such good treatment, for, thank God, we have practically speak- ing, fallen into heaven and amongst uj ijuiiuua LU u" expected to greatly increase the eft ciency of the most ne cessary in view of the falling, off in cruiting, the correspondent 'says angels." In another letter 'Sergt. Broome QUARTERED HI HA1 Medicine Hat, Oct. 10-Mayor Haw- thorne has received a wire from Mili- tary headquarters at Ottawa to the effect "that Medicine Hat is to have troops quartered here for the com- ing winter-' It-is. only a short time agirsiuce the.mayor was down east has "J (Special to the Heiald) Cowley, Oct 10 Several large deals in land have been made 'in the past few weeks by the -Doukhobor set tiers who are buying, a good deal ot Mr. Charles Raley, of the C. P. H- department of natural resources, this morning received the following cable from his son Serst. W. E. Raley of the 7th Field Co., Third Division, Canad- ian Engineers: "Wounded, progressing favorably, The cable was sent from Amiens on Oct 7th and was the tirst intimation that Sergt. Raley had been wounded. Mr Haley's second son, George, Js a lieutenant in the1 Gist Battery, now training in England. Brother Is Kiljed Word was received in the city this morning by Jos. Riddel that his ,g-Wer agtr since the.mayor was down east has sold out to them at jjijier acre, WM raDOrted yeater- and presented the case to the authori- ties for the claims of this city. DIES AT 79 YEARS, AND NEVKR CAST A VOTE Chatham, Oct. E Gardin- seventy-nine old, prominent In business and financial circles of this died here after a short ill- ness. It is that he never cast a vote during hie entire life, either on government or municipal attain. Wm. Carney at MO G W Buchanan has refused for 120 acres near Cowley. Kliieu in uiii.iu" 17th Pto. Riddel was reported yester- day to be missing. He was a member of an infantry battalion but did not SCOTT OUITE ILL. negina, Oct wire was receiv- ed from Senator Ross by the Hon T. A. Calder, intimating that Pre- mier Scott .is still quite ill. CREW OF ONE IS DROWNED J Newport, R. I, Oct. search for the crew of the .steamer Kfrigfltbniah, one of the veiselr torpedoed hj a German off Nan- tucfccl jhiiday, was aoan- dohed tonight, and the 12 tor- pedo boat destroyers which have been engaged in this work oidered to return to port F enlist from Lethbridge. Tte-. Percy Turnbull London. Oct. Walter Rath- >naii' who has been styled "the man keeps Germany eating and shoot- has mysteriously retired from tho >rship of the remarkable depart- ment he created in organizing the industries' of Germany at the outset of the war.. The Daily Mail, has dis- covered, the. announcement of his with- drawal hidden away in an obscure part of the September 39 number of the Zukunft, issued just before the paper was suppressed last week. No reason for relinquishing the. position was given.S states that many English visitors visit them at1 the Bellevue hotel, where they are staying in MurrKi. Among these was Lord Northcliffe, through whose goni] offices the) wives of the prisoners are being sent from Eng- land to Switzerland to.visit them for a -month. Sergt' Broome also says that the parcels ,'the prisoners receive from .heir friends at home practically save :heir lives many times. Mrs. Broome was. of two mifids whether to allow the .above .extracts from her son's letter to he published or not, fearing-that the Germans might increase :tlieir tortures of prisoners of war, but she the end that tho readers of the Herald should know the facts', believing that they.would act as a sour to recruiting.and woulc also aid the Prisoners of War fund which means so much to the hoys in the German prison .camps. has been se- verely wounded in the head according to official word received by his broth- er this morning. Pte. Tnrnhull enlisted wltH the 82nd battalion. His brother here is purchasing agent for No. 6 mine. HELMBOUT COMMITTED IN WHITESIDE CASE LOSE fflWH Winnipeg, Oct Morn ing Free Press publishes the fol- lowma "A 6. Fisher, supenn tendent of insuranceforthe prov- ince of Saskatchewan, Is in Winni- pea and stated in an interview last ntqht, "the old line hail insur- ance companies operating in Sas katchewan, have had the most dis astrous year in history of that pro- vince Their loss ratio is all the way from 125 to 200 per cent and to this must be added, their ex. pense ratio, which is from 25 to 30 per Ibey Co.'s Store Entered and Trace of Burglars Cardston. Oct. most sue-., cessful raid since the blowing of the post oSce safe occurred last Saturday night upon the premises of and burglars entered through the ack way, forcing the door They eemed to he in seareh of cash only s' they rifled the cash register and btained ?GO in currency and silver, eavmg checks untouched There are everal tenants in the rooms over the tore in the Central block, but none f them were disturbed by the thieves No safe was used on the premises and t was not necessars to make much of a disturbance in forcing the cash cgistei Thus far there is no clue as o the perpetrators of the recent rob- beries m Cardston After some 29 rears ot freedom such, border- town incidents, it appears rather strange that we should have to record what seems to be an epidemic of burg- laries Evidently there is an oppor 'unity hero for some good detective REBERJtpED On. ilr. Justice Walsh, .G..A-. Reber, wh'o some time ago was convicted and sentenced to 30 days in jail along with a fine of S2B. has .been .released. it will be re- membered, was convicted on a charge lot ns'sanltlng his threshing engineer Royal Governor Takes Final Leave of Canadian Capital five yeais' Among those Present were Sir Rob sojourn at Hideau Hall, their Rojal and Lady Borden with most of th Highnesses the Duke and Oneness of i cabmet and tilei, whes Sn Charle 'Connaught and PiinceSs Patricia, with members of the su aides and In waiting took leave Coronation, Alta., Commerce some time ago. Thomas Ellsworth: Helmbolt.' acted for the charged with the murder ot Sergt Frank Whlteside, M.-L. London Oct 11-The total casual- 'A., was committed for trial in ljUlluuu, WI.V ___ l.lnl, aftpr bripf O ties on all .fronts for the week the high court .after a brief preliminary hearing-tonight b> fico6 to "have" oV'all Inspector fownshend, R.N.W Wlfedf wounded and missing Of these M.P. Only .the necessary evi- 1282 are officers, of whom 351 dence was jnit.m oy the crown killed, of the men were killed to hold the accused. The total officers land men killed is MARKETS wheat Oct. wheat Oct. psia 547s 223 WEATHER Hljh Low fortcMt: 'Fair 72 32 or the capital at noon and waved farewell to the multitude which crowd- ed the inner station, packed the ro- tunda and overflowed to the streets without Until the royal car disap- peared around tho curve amid the en- thusiastic plaudits and cheers ot Auld Lang Syne I played bj Guards Band, His Royal Highness stood waving his hand beside the Duchess and the Princess, with a bou- quet of red roses in one hand, waved her handkerchief with the other From preine court jiuliciar> who adjourned for the week Sii Sam Hughes and London Oct 11 -Speaking in the House oi Commors last evening Lloyd George ministei of war, said the val oable assistance of the Canadian tor- full field uniform, Sir Thomas Tail and most of the members of the nen reciuiting board, Sir James Lougheed and members of the Dominion hospi tal commission Lieut Colonel DeSala berry and Lieut Col McLean, heads of the local Sir Joseph Pope and deputy ministers ot all de- partments, etc His Hoyal Highness reviewed the guard ot honor and shook hands coidl- estry aa and that it had already been arranged or proper co-ordination ot their work, and that al! battalions, whethei ,at f lome or abroad, should operate under he direct control of one expert Cana- ian. officer. the station one of HIP lavgest crowds ever seen here An attempt was maoe to permit aa many as po.sible to en. ter the The Governor Gen- .As the party mounted the step1! the loyal car Sir called hed The Governor Gen- e .oya car r o ds, under command of for throe cheers and a tiger, 72 Captain cr Payne, wa, the guard! were enthusiastically given Countless 32 of honor, in scarlet uniform and bear bouquets were presented to-the nvdies of the partj. IP REGISTRATION OF TENANT? TLs -cgistretion of. tenants in 'r tho city of Lethbridge, to j qualification for, Toting the municipal will oloMe; on October 25th, and all tenants T are urged to register M soon before this dale as josslMa, with the city clerk, or accessor A ;