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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 15, 1914, Lethbridge, Alberta LETHBRIDGE, ALBERTA, THURSDAY, OCTOBER 15, 1914 NUMBER 1S8 ANRAID ON CALAIS ALLIES THWARTED _____ KAISER'S TROOPS ARE WITMN FIFTEENMILES OF OSTEND Women and Children Waiting Their Turn for Bread at Malines Committee is Nanud to Look After the Work in This City THE RED CROSS ALSO Commissioner Grace received word from Major Stcwnrt, M.l'.P.. this morning asking Inu t LH behal' ot the C Putrio usJ ic citj until the Maiors i from 1 monlon where he ir aUendmi, the Major Ste v art bee al pointed to head the fori. here and li is Mr Grace to appoint a committee and orgn n le fund so that there mav be no delay in appll ing it to tlie Mr. 'Grace has named the following, an organisation uieetin w oo held as soon as arrangements iin made: .1. N. Ritcliie, W. A. BuehsEin, W P.- L. M, Jobnstonu, K.C.; 11- W. Church and J. B. Iloif.son will ace with Mr Grace as an u' ive and G. R. Marnoch. S..J. Shepherd, Louis Bloore J D Hltinboliiim A shall and T. D. Kevin will compose the committee. .All .honorary treasurer vlll be ippolnted 10 uic lie era tributions and turn them over to Mr. Conuacher at Calgary hi answer to a query this morning, bearing on the questions asked by a Herald correspondent, recently, the 'Mayor stated tlmt the Canadian Pat- riotic Fund would give tbe wife or de- pendent of a resen ist 01 v olun'eer Jic sum of a monlh in addition lo toe 420 to be given bv the gove nmenl From the-e amounts tht-e is to b-> Jc (JULteJ anj Income fro -1 other BOLT es Tl'ie jiajment" u apnh to the de peqfisnyroi those who o a the second as tlcsc wao have s.__ plies to not ohl) the fii eb 8 JT anj reluthes dependent on the volunteer or reservist, and not onU to tl linir He has been working on irrigation a portion of the summer, and it is thought that he may possiblj seel lalilvP ASHUIIlOiy i trciUUItllu it to i i--------- 7 f. printer Iptal i work on some such project LxnenditurBS-Public debts, his room open and none of.Jin 000 Cmc Oorornment, belongings with him The police are Adminis ration ot doine all In their power to locate the ustice Pnblte workb dharBo- oung man, pnd would appreciate any nce able income, o20 Public woikb chalrgeable capital, Edu cation 870 Pducation chargeable capital Agriculture chargeable income 000 Agriculture chargeable capital, etc J121? 000 Telephones charaSble income that the enemy's los en much greater ml forces were far su perior in numbers ind that the all es w eie obliged to w ithuraw tow ard the west. This removed- the stumbling bk k m the 01 German prugns tov ards Ostcnd of panic ensts among the inhabitants of Dsfcnd for the Ger- of the nafaons at war MOTOR TAX FIFTY CENTS HORSEPOWER TOUCHED BANK FOR FIVE THOUSAND Montreal, Oct broke into the Banque Nation- near St is morning iroasurv deparlmenl, S2 At- 000 Telephoned chargeable cap Homo, General s department, Public institutions, ae at St D noire 800 Provincial depart- 000 Municipal'JiTaus, Mis Hiatham, early tbli. ment, Public V'orts depart- cjllaneous Total.tl 775 005 blew the safe mn rocnt! Education department, This leaves rft rstimatet! credit bal- v me conipnis, TWEED IE DIDN'T LIKE M.P.'SJOKE Edmonton, Oct over three hours w ere consumed in a lav }ers' diicLin the Legislature over the new succession duties act Messrs Twcedic uirt Lwmg were tin. opposi- tion batterv while Ahlcnell Bojlc and Maclvav did the defending work The act is tnluels remodellcl and Ihe scale of fees increased H passed Ohrouth committee with the exception of a clauses held over until tomorrow An incident which was greatlj en joyed was i sharp tncounfr between Mr Tw LCiiic a id Mi Hoadlev 1 he Calgaiv member, who was giving the succession duties act a mo-t critical tlisscctmg and was dealing with a clause referring to illegitimate heirs hen the Cftoloks statesman rose and asked il the mental agihtj of the lavrjcr could determine an illegiti- mate from a legitimate child Mr was onlj working oil a joke, but Jli Tweedio didn't like it and there was some caustic comn.ent at the evpense 01 the farm er Mr joined in lie laugh but it was noticed that he left the chamber ami remained lime out for some IMPERIAL CHANCELLOR AT BRUSSELS Berlin, Oct von Botlunann Edmonton, Oct 11 the I egisl _.. ng to 1 ngUnd the ture jion A J McLean escape by land having been cut off on' trodured two bills with levenue all j creasing possibilities One changes tl The cxtiemr right wing 01 the Qer tav on motors from a flat rate of tt man armv has hi.cn forced Ir fall dollars to flftv cents per horse pov back befoie an assault the allies, I er Hie olher provide1- for the imp and reports indicate that the mva-d sition of taxes on circuses and trai crs will encountei strong opposition in ittempting to extend their right wing to the northern Fienth ports Onlv re-entlj the German cavaln had progressed as far west ab broui-k but, now according lo the French offKC the front ol the battle extends from Lab isse through London, Oct. 15, 2.15 dispatch to the Central News from Ameterdam confirms tha .re- port that the Germans have occu- pied Bruges, 15 miles Ofe tend. OFFICIAL' j Paris, Oct.: com- lunlcation given out by the .'Friincjl ar Office this afternoon IB aft faff., ows In Belgium, German. rom Antwerp are marching toward he west and on ths evening of er 14 they marched to Bruges and Thielt, 15 miles southeast; if Oatend. our left-wing'tht (Miemy, ias evacuated the. left bank of tho Lys.- and the canal of La- iassee, the situation shows no- change. the region of Lens and between Arras and Albert, our progress1 has leen marked. Between the Somme and the here has been no change. mans have cannonaded tile ;line iut any infantry attacks. I' ed animal shows along the lines the Saskotchew an Act of in ci ics and in towns and villages under twenn cil} towns and villages for each add.tional suit, show On trained animal shows the is citj towns on the Belgian1' in connection with the motor ye frontier and across tl c border pres hltlc act George Hoadlej made a has been occupied hi the allied lore pica for legislation compelling own- cs riiis indicates a decided gain for i crs Of cars tp taKe course in chauf the allies Outside 01 this th-re is He said the men who are no important modification of the arc licensed while the rnen -uluatton m the wat-mi thcalre so arc not are at to tun far as is mdicatpl bv cojch ami no efioit is made to safeguard the public 'Ciod knows he has the Bright to kill himself, said Mr Hoadlev "buk he has no right to Premier Sift-on said it was a, serious, [ucstion and v orth) ol consideration the centre, between ihi.Oise and the Mouse, we have mov- ed in'the direction.of Craonne." ENGL41SD FEELS BETTBB VLLIBS MOVJSCr ON 'London, Oct 15 glo6m which, has enveloped England since the tali ol Vntwtrp has been light- ened the new s contained in olnual communications which slates that thuj allies are more than holding their in the lighting along tlie frontier of Belgium But This reeling'gt ela- tion- has been teiupcied by the grow- ing realization that the Russian in vasion ot Siltsia which Tsas believed to be imminent, must be postponed indefinitely pending the outcome of the battle in Russian Poland. KUssia in seems to liavc been com- pelled to follow the stops 01 her ene- my in the west and sacrifice the- fruits ol her victories b) re- inforcements, to another part of the long battle front The re-umplion of the Austro German offensive in Ga- liua vias ST. Russia m sending heavy reinforce- ments to tlie river Niemen evidently under the impression that German m- va-ion ol the Suvvalki district was a real menace and not mereli a divert- ing movement Tbe withdrawal of Russian forces from western Galicia, however, is regarded here to be not as complete as first reported, for Vi- enna admits that is still invested on one side while Petrpgrad reports that the garnson of this for- trece" has been mvadtd bj disease ard. is on the pom I of capitulation Hespatctei from the Russian capital reicr to activitv along tbe Vistula nvei where several attacks are sait4 to have been repulsed and declare that the great battle probably is no'w under wav unless the man advance has been hampered by bad weather. (Continued on page cd tbe 1 in teims receHel rench wal ofiice from tnc front Occupation of New Post Offif Postmaster elect Klplei tliib morn ing stated that he had no olficlal word as to wlen the new buildtns will be taken over The premises are said to be in hands of the public works department but Hiere aie some minor matters to be attended to before the transfer will oe made ROBBED BIG ELEVATORS IN MONTREAL HARBOR .5, A NO DEVfcLOPMENT IN i CABINET CHANGES Ottawa, Ont, Opt 15 de velopments in connection with the impending Cabinet changes have occurred today Several dayg may elapse, it is said, be- fore Hon T Chage Casgrain is taken into the government POREIiL IS AT IT Nsw York, Oct. exptdi tlonary forces of Portuguese troops for one of which English transport! bvsre used, sailed from Lisbon on Sep tomber 10, tp reinforce garrisons ir Portuguese possessions in Africa which adjoin those of Gcrnany made known by C Mangel df Sampaio, Portuguese Consul Genera st Nt York, and is the first nsws tc reach this country of actual milil'rj operations by Portugal. Montreal, Que Oct 15 nisclo suces were made todaj that a tcmalic robberv of the gram oleva- tors conducted bv the Harbor Corn niissioners here had be-pn going on for at leait It is said the shortage reached bushels Nc arrests have b-'cn m'Hf- but an ac tive detective alid police wro have been Iqur emplo) cs at the elevators, claim; Hurt know, the culprits It is alte gram thefts were made cutting shipments abtoad short 000 to bushels on a a i II is said the gram on Atlantic receiving points lias i.ot m discovered the shortage 4. man of important position in toe elevator scrvico'ivill be ini.oned .he otlKt Ihrec vnpccts art said to le orlmg, In of, jny Mhcr wls 1'lMk. MW small tn4 infrcal di ;