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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 13, 1914, Lethbridge, Alberta VOLUME VII. LETHBRIDGE, ALBERTA, TUESDAY, OCTOBER 13, 1914 NUMBER 253 INCIPIENT REBELLION IN SOUTH Between Arras and Albert Own Along Rest of Line basso. The town pi Lille held by the ter: ritornl detachment, h is beui tUa t. ed and occupied In a Gciman irmv corlis. 'Between-'Arras'and Albert we have Inade notable-progress. 'On'the centre also we have made of Berry Au and we have advanced towards '6ouain' in the west of the Argonne Old north of Malancourt Betwren tht. Atgonne iiid the on the light bank of the Clause, our trooos who hold tho heights-of t4S lleuse to the euot of iVtrdun To the south of the ro-id from to in the region of. Mined a little ter- rltoij our right ind rrpulscd the German attack- an" om left __ v i "On our right m ind Alsace1 t'ierr is no change 1 Ip sum up was mark ,bj' progress on tlie part of our forces at various-' parts of the field of battle. 'In Galicia the .Austrian corps de feateil- in Cralicia'are endeavoring to reiorm at a point four kilometres uest of Przemjfal Pf S Lonilon Oct 13 law has keen declared through the Union of South is a result of ihe dis of a rebellion in the northern part of tie Cape Province which ad joins German Southwest iLieutenantColonel MjriU with a number of men have join- ei forces with the German protector ate and is in rebellion against the tovernment of the Union proclamation of martial law de- clares there is reason to believe that the Government of German couth Africa is erring to cor- rupt the oilier colonies ot the Union promises ot establishment ol a republic in South Africa The official statement issued in Pans this afternoon declares that the Bllics along near- ly the entire line of battle It Ins been decided to remove the Belgian Government to France King Albert however wli remain with his troops in the field MONDAY'S S'JfwMARY The official war news is brief to- day but war office statements a-e not nee'ded hv'make It, plain that the mo-1 mentous i esult hangs on the fortunes of the Lattle being waged at vital points on the line that stretches from Switzerland through France to within Jo miles of the of Dover. Tlie lighting IB around Lassigny and Boye Womla} afternoon s report from Paris the Allies repulsed the Ger man attacks In the region, of Labasse, Estalres and Razebrouok German! Pqah to Oitend Special attention Js directed to Os tend There 'is atiembled the great er part of the Belgian army and the British, forces that escaped from Ant- werp It la believed that Germany la pushing forward to attack the city, the hope of capturing and using tho porl In her operations against Eng land A bitter struggle to keei the Ger jnans fron the coast IB now Inevl reports'- Indicate that. the German catnlij advance is less than SO miles distant from Ostend Tho atrength of the Allies at Os tend is not knqifn It IE possible that BrltUn roinfoi cements which were Unabld to reach Antwc-p In time to help in the defence of that city are now In Ost'nd Paris Official Pills 1" 107 pm-The offl clal communication was given out this afternoon as follows our left wing the engage ments( continued Irom the region of labaBBc, Estlres Hazetrouck, but An the Olso the enemv delivered eralfaUncks, which failed, beUeen builgny and the Olse CoBtlmita-'em Ptge 1) J GUILIANO DYING Death of Italian Minister May Pav-s Way for Italy's Aid to Allies London, Oct. di san Guiliano, -the Italian Mln ister of Foreign Affairs, is re- parted t.o be dying v 'Should his death occur, it. is v possible that it may have an important, effect on the atti- tude of Italy, Churchill- Slated by the Post for Nut Sending Moie Troops to Antwerp GERMAN SHELLS DAMAGED CI SUBMARINE E-9 AND HER DARING COMMANDER On the left is British submarine! E-9, which.- on Sept. 13th made a raid into the stronghold at the German navy and sank the cruiser Hela, and on Oct. 7th repeated the sinking'a German >destroyer. On tile right is her commander, Lieut.-Cqmniander -Max Kennedy Korton Col. Maritz Rebels, Joins Germans, Re" ceives German Guns and Declares for a Gives Rec- ognition and Aids With Troops BOTHA'S ACTION VERY PROMPT CALL KNPX MINISTER Manager Ellison of Knight Sugar Factory Dispeis Doubt Which Prevailed l MAY GET GERMAN SUPPLY Bcnieauv 11 p m Oct has been decidcd-to transfer the Bel- gian Government to France in order that it may have .lull-liberty of ac- tion Ihe foiPgoing innounced of ficiallj in Bordeaux Sevual Belgian a group 01 official left 0 tend this morning for Havre, where the French government has prepared temporary ollices tor them.'.Kingi.Albcrt-remains at the of the aini> CHI KUIILL faLVICD I omion Ocf 2 dO a m Ihe "Horning Post in an editorial toda> attacks lion Churchill, flrsfLprd 3JI the ajtj fcr nhat it describes as H blunder IIL Bending a small force of manner to Antwerp Phe expresses the belief that the British losses arc greater, than adraittt-d amd contends tuat it it %ero possible to send a large militari force to Vnt iserp none at all should been sent and the Belgians permitted to surrender without' bombardment, "as have done but for British aduce resulted in the loss of [ne and hampering the retirement ot the Belgian army GERMANS POLICE .ANTWERP Amsterdam Oct 1J details of the German occupation of Vnt werp have heen secured from Butch people lmo be-a there since Fntias Ab neutrals thev can go there with little though for an Fuglish journalist to make the brip would be to invite execution as a sp> Up to tlie present the Ger- mans have dune no plundering and the citv is well policed armed guards The soldiers arc using the ;ity's appliances to extinguish the fires that still smoulder in buildings wrecked hv but the water sup )h seems inadequate The Germans inMous for ihe population to return and promise behave peaceful of chuich be held tilts; evening at S oclock sharrj for "the nuroose.qCmoderatJng in a call to a minister Pelletler III, May be Forced to Quit Politics There is considerable speculationin" the south.over .prospects (or a crop of sugar beets next fall, and tlie continuance of the beet sugar iti'dus- tr> at Raunonrt Sugai is one of the main com nudities that has been h .vitally affected in supply, as a. consequence, price hj the great TL.u- lopean war Foitunatelv the Knight Sugar companj obtained a large ship mcht ol raw sugar from Germany just after trc war hioke but tbiT Has not oi sufficient proportions to .m> effect on the pnuj t that tilt- supply is isid up focal retailers and consumprs are wondering, what ..steps ' to.olxtaiu a supply of next jeirs crop 1 rj.cucaljj all ot the -seed used "litre comes from Gei- Some OE it comes from Hbil and to hind state that provision, has been made for the de- of bfet seed to Holland via the Rhine, from Germany. The.seed' mil he to the Un ited and it will be a paratneh easv matter to draw a supply from there for local needs.' Hit, outlook e cwdingh dark 'i month igo but investigation proven that the seed may he obtain-" cd France, Holland, Russia, Itfdia and Japan produce seed The culture' is not on such .broad lines as but all of these cc "itne-s mav some for The Eu ropean bankers that the gold Ottawa. Out., Oct. health of -the Hon. L. P. Pclletiei is caus ng alirm to hi" friends and to hapues "lere i or a month his been ,unable visit office and scarcelj any im in his condition tint he must Either retire from active' political life or "take 'a rest for many months Should he retire his successor be Hon Thomas, Chasa Casgidin now chairman of the Canadian pection of tne International Commission Brritish Experts Outline Prob- abla German PIan--Recruit- mg Standard Lowered MORE BRITISH AT OSTEND tte ucstorn men Tte Another Sunday Aeroplane Visits Paris-20 Bombs -Pans Oct drpjjperl'20 bombs into the various dis- tricts of Pins Sundaj Killing: 30 per son's; and ivoundlng many others. Tbe German flew the city at a low altitude foi an hour After they Trench aeroplanes as arrangements tor the importation of jeepded and pursued them chasing tli seeil from Holland are perfect- j Germans toward the eist Two lios- Washmgton fzc n Jas 1 the Kright Sugai compan) at Raj ed by the U.S. Bureau, a This information manoEcr- of momi, who also informed the i naj- e aeropUnes appeared at the "same Ono dropped a bomh on the iroDf.'of tile-Cathedral de Notre Dame, tlie 'missile did not explode an the'ir saletj if the) heimc peaceful 'correspondence with Qertian1 other fell neir the Hortliern Some of the people alteadi I _roKCrs ls, uitirelj cut and a third m Rue St Laz returned hut there docs not appear [rora London state tliatj :o be any general tendency m lirection DAM VGC that One bomb landed -svithm 100 owine to the shortage of sugar tor irds of the Parib office of an Amen consumption in the United Kingdom can news gatnerlng agenci consequent upon the stoppage of ths. importation of beet sugar from Oer-i As regards the damage inflicted hj .....______ "sugar beets are now obtained fiom the testimony ot ot> j exclusively in the eastern servers, but the list must not bo Of Lngland Sugar is one1 o[ taken as being complete the] foodstuffs subject to a revenue buildings destrojcd were tic Palace of Justice, a Jos "u eph's Charch the Hippodrome, Minerva Motor Works and Tmchmt s Cigar Factors in the Place De Meir serious damage was dons intte Avenue Mortus, Avenue Du Sad, the Rue de L'Esplanade and the Avenue Quentin Other damage was done but .English grown sugar will be tree from m the southern part at the town and m the suburbs of Betchara and Xuenberg PENNOCK GETS AN IMPORTANT APPOINTMENT Vnncouver BC Oct Q Pennoclc, formerly managei; of tho Bank of OtUwt here ant later gen eral manager of the Bank of ytoicou ver has been appointed managing di rector of the Ddminlon Trust Co In succeaiion to W R Arnold, who was killed venterdaj as a result of a gun accident. ABMAND LAVERGNE READY TO FIGHT Quebec, QOe, Oct Mr. Ar- mind Uvorsnt, M L A National Hider of the district of Que- bec, offered hla ta the Militia department to urvc in the brigade of the aecond Canadian contingent that will be tent to 'EuropeT This astlon Is Iff spootl tlon with the doetrlnea actually advocated by Henri Bouraaea Mr. Laveroneja lleutenfnt col- onel commandlna the (fit Regi- ment of Montmajny. EXPECT ROUMANIA TO JOIN ALLIES f Petrograd Oct An off! cial statement given out today expresses the belief that the death of King Challcs of mania on Saturdaj removes an, obstacle to the turning of Rouraania to the cause of thu' Allies, to which Hessian diploj matlc efforts tiprolnfore unavailing HELPING .-THE FARMER t WHO IS IN DISTRESS Mqose Jan Sabk, Oot 12 The ex of Grim Growers associa .decided .to.start-a movement among'-t-.the locals in the more pros .with a view to receiv ing gifts of clothing and other neces saries for their less fortunate brethren in tho drouth affected districts of Sas Hatchewan GERMANY'S TAX ON ANTWERP Louutfli, Oct.' has imposed a fine of 000 y_ OOfl on_Antwerp as a war In Octi1 13, Following was tho summary of the war situation as it stood this morning Ihe occupation 01 bj the Germans has'been followed, according to the1 latesfe'reports, by the occupa- tion of'.G-hent, which would seem to confirnv the German .plan as it has already' been outlined, Of a movement coast with.0sfend as.its objectnc It is pointed out bj thf British raihtarv that it is Gcimanj s mtentidn to make a stronghold oLAntvPrp so 'vs to hold Belgium in her grip, aad in this jrim a po-sitiou easy reach of thL English coast Capetown, S. A., Oct. Las been officially announced liere that a command under Colonel Maritz has rebelled, in the northwest of Cape Provinces. Martial law Juis been proclaimed'throughout the nation. Teuton Allies and the Russian Forces Due to Clash at Auy Time BATTLE EXPECTED TO BE DECISIVE ONE Ihe fghting along the Etea almost from the Sea ndmK to th line North e German province oi Lor rime continues indefinite sults In the northern section of France the operations are not bunt divulged. Where the British reinforcements luve been sent is a nutter of cm lecture It is i.iiil a considerable force is alreadv in neighnorhc Ml of Ostend, Recruiting Ji England is he ing ai'tiveh pushed for the need 06 men is recogimed The icquirements for service m the mfantiv been lowered for the present of msuimg i large number of recruits Smularlj Sreit Britim is taking precautions against raids over the towns hj the German airships this latter action probably resulted Jrom the recent at taeks on Paris oi aeroplanes Jiibt what measures the British govern ment has devised lor the repulsing of these attacks not bon divulged but it is Understood tlal the British avution corps is readv to take the air at the first si-n c{ German air cruisers. Berlin ofliciallv reports tint the situation in traTe so ur as her arms are concerned and other official reports mdicpte that the German, and Austrian armies have made impressive progress in the Rus- sian country ACCEPTED AS CASH Farmers' Co Operative Elevator Will Treat Government Or ders As Such A week ago the Herald save to a complaint that oafs aecurell on a government order at Foremost were being charged at the rate of 55 cents, while the cish price- was ''ents The Hon A J Maclean and W A Buchanan M P. brought the matter to the at tentlon of the Elevator companies and as a result the Albert i Farm ers Elevator Com pany instructed their igonts throughout Southern Alberia that the price of oats wia oO cents a busbel and that the gov eminent accepted ns cash LEMBERG 'RE-TAKEN Berlin via Tlv Hague and Lon don, Oct. are "rumors Current here today, but they, lack confirmation, that Gal- icia has been re-taken by the Aue- tfians w London Oct 13 Oam I ej es tod are turnt d to the east where under conditions of the utr i most secrecy, the Teutonic allies'and the Russians are preparing to in what may prove to be one of "the utmost decisive battles of the war. Evidence is accumulating to show tliit this gigantic Lonfiict will be tietermined in Russian. Poland and the onh question disturbing the British experts is as to which side-has-chos- en the battle ground. German Torpedo Sinks Paltada, a Russian Cruiser London, Oct. submar- ines agam come into pcominonce bj the sinking ot the Russian eu cruisei Paliana in thr Baltic Sea Ihe Paltada with the cruiser Admiral Malvarov and tlie had been engaged in patrolling the Baltic Ihe German submarines made au at- tempt against the A-dmiral "ttakarov on October 10, with no, on the following div one of them succeeded m torpedoing the Paltada, which sank aln ost ac cording to the Russian official re- porfc all ner comprising 573 officers and men PRZEMYSL SIEGE ABANDONED? Berlin Says Czar's Forces Have Forced to Change Tactics Berlin, Oct. is reported to abpndonefl the siege of Przem ysl, the important the trmns m Galicia and is lining up to 1 meet a threatened attack by the Aus- tro-German army, RUSH FROM...OSTEND: Refugees Line Up to Take for Escape Ostend Oct are 20000 in Ostend, but the rush, er from the inland has ceased A queue begins to form in front of the" Maritime station and the passen- gers ire still waiting for permisuioa to bdard the boats at 7 30 a m Temperance; Pjftitijon Bears 23000 Names Premier Sifton Promises toiSubmjt Petition to Next June All Over Province? Edmonton Alia Ott 13 (Speefe! delegation representing the tern perance forces of Alberta, hundred strong, Invaded tie ttvn AKHcraUv this morning alid aaK ed tho governmeot to Bubmlt in act to the Legislature providing for Sifton and Hons Stenart, Mitchell, Boyle and Marshall rpcelved delegation -vihl ji was in itroduced'bjViH, N. Stephens of Vermll- Tie were Dr Me Dr Armstrong repre gentingithe Mrs Burbeck fWward the W r T U D W hlbitlon ,01 falling that to act to popular vote under the tern-.i of the Direct L-glilatlon Act United Farmers all from Uiouiand aam'J Seventy per cenL ot Acadla riding signed and 67 per cent of the Nanton electors" It was stated that 70 per tent of the Huthemars Premiei Sifton i njtlj was one sen tence In length He promised to wb rait the pe'ltion to the Legislature While Uiere IS no authority for stat Ing it, tlie bill be to the neu year {list Tho uko3 for a vote on lie 1 POPE SPURNS GERMAN PLEA? 'Rome, Wed el Tarlsbsrg of a famous German dip'omat TV as once ambassador at Rome, is declared to asked the pontiff to pray for victory for Austria- Hungary, Tho Proclamation The proclamation imposing martial law follcftv'B: a state of TVOT exists be- tween the British Empire on. the one hand and the Crerman Empire oa the other: and 'Whereas, the government of the protectorate of German South-west Af-. Hca, hftH, through a widespread secret'' propaganda persistently endeafored to induce officers and members of the defence forces of the Union to aban- don tneir and cause rebel- lion and civil war within the Union' and 'Whereas, these efforts have BO far succeeded that Lieut-Col. Solomon Geruardus Maritz together with, a number of his officers and a portion of the forces ol' his command has snamefullj and trattoroualj gone to the enemj and is now m open re belllou against the and people of tne Union, and Is in conjunc Jon nith the forces of the enemy in fading: northern portion of the Cape province; and Mhereas there is grave reason to think that the government of German Southwest Africa, has, through its spies and agents, communicated-witIi and corrupted also othei citizens the union undei the false and treaeh erous pietext of the establish ment of a republic in South Africa md Whereas the of the JJnlgn considers it time to take effect Iv e measures and protect Iiu rbiding citizens from the troin within and without to this end declare hiartial law. Under Martial Law Today Continuiug the proclamation de- clares the wholfi Union, of South Af- rica is under, martial la'u', as under- stood fa time of war. and :dating as from today. The proclamation Is signed by Lord Buxton, governor-general of the Union and countersigned by General Schmutz, Minister of Defence. Germans Supply Guns The-'Minister of .Defence says the rebellion araonff ,the forces of the northwest Cape provinces has been brewing since the regeneration ot South Africa. As soon as the govern- ment realized this situation, it sent Col. Brits to .'relieve JUarttz of iiia'com- maud. Col. Brits then discovered that Maritz -n as commanding German troops as well as his own, and that h> had German guns in his possession Alarltz who had been gnen the Ger roan, rank of general, had arrested those of his officers and 'men' who were unwillingr to and sent them as' priaouers of war to German Southwest Africa, Strike.for Republic According to iiu official statement, an> agreement '-was drawn' up. between Maritz and the governmeut of German Southwest guaranteeing the independence OE the Union as a re public ceding Walffsch Bav and other parts' of the Union to'.tne.'GerniBhsi and undertaking that the Germans should mvade the Union only after Maritz asked them' to do so. Mantz's Boast Marit? boasted that be possesses large supplies of .guns, tion and money obtained from the Ger mans, and that he would- overrun' the whole of South Africa 'In ot this statement of af concludes the proclamation fthe government is taking drastic jteps to quell this rebellion and pun ,sh a1! rebate and traitors according to their deserts British Officer Prisoner A cable from Lord Button to the British government says, that offi- cer sent by the'British to relieve Mar- itz of his command uas taken pilsoner by the rebels who subsequentl> sent him bach to his superiors that thev would attack British forces unless the government guaranteed to send Gen- eraU Beyers De Wet tiertyon Kemp and Muller to Maritz so he ceive their instructions Can Practise The following have passed the AI examination and are eligible to applv tor license to prac tise W W Cros" C T Galunlfb F R T flooip H C Swart2 lander I Thomson T H b Mast ings.; The following have been ed suppttmt-iitwl W E Fraser in anatomj and physiology E 4 Fer guson in. anatomy and D R Wark in patnology and 3 Astrof, Jn pathology and RESTS WITH SHERIFF Whether Seizure Shall be Made Under Liens Against Farnwrs The Herald has'an enquiry, from Bow Island as to whethorthe gov einpieut Is piotecting the farmers against all seizure of stock ind Impleuients liold Under Hen note or chattel mortgage In replj -we wouln eav that the provincial gov ernment is Introducing- a bill at Edmonton, leaving at tile diserp- tlon of the sheriff action on of (his kind Under this act the eheulff can withhold aelzure it thi ;