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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 23, 1914, Lethbridge, Alberta VOLUME VII. LETHBRIDGE, ALBERTA. KK1DAY, OCTOBER 1914 NUMBER 265 T PDP. IS FjjiUNG OFF School Attendance Shows that Lethbridge is Not Losing Inhabitants VERY GOOD BAROMETER Attendance Nearly Three Times as Great as Three Years Ago Vacancies in Senate Soon To be Filled Ottawa, Ont., Oct. six va- cancies iit the senate 'will he filled shortly, it is belittled. Vive of vacancies an: in Ontario in succc: sion to Soiiators McMillan, Ross, Coffey, Gibson and Cox, and one iiij British Columbia made by the retirement ol Senator' MacDonald. H Ins not yet been decided wheth- er tlic Hi-use" will U lulled hcforc1 .January or not. Many lelieve tbat; tlic House will meet "in November, and; if possible Ihc session will not te of: more than a month's duration. West-j moixiand, -Terrc Donne and .Jacques! Carticr bye-elections, it is said, willj be brought on shortly. BURNING BRITISH CRUISER UNDAUN1 ED German Victory Would Bring Lasting Peace M HERE! Board of Trade Very Properly -is in an Inquisitive Mood About Them The pessimistic .caliiinily whusc 'delight is, io tcil you IUAV last are niovinj; av.ay iron1, the uityj mid houvtlic; farmers in the dis- trict are -wishing they had never [this' siinsuiny section of the west, ivill- he somewhat peeved to learn bi Ihe v.'iiioh shoiva undeni- that is not only hold- ing-its own, itut is ahead. 'i'Ju-re can he no better barometer p[ Lh2 lluctiiation in popuhit.on than i siiliool recordb. riuju.. HuaiiUon I prepared a tiihlc .showing; the at- fl.eiidancc in each'room for tiie of 19M, as vith the corresponding month in AGAIN SCORED 'Ibis repott MIS submitte1 to tre t (Hoard of iCducaLiqn at their rosular r-nrth mietint last and it _ cuMd coiiMdtrabie nun lent 01 n street Kaihvay Losing money by pptimistic character The enrollment for. September u-as' 1M igamst 15DJ tor -iLptentUi IIJ "Ihc ncrage atteninnct 1104 or per cent of tie uin 11 mcnl 1'ho atcrtyj enrclluent teacher w as as follow s H Oh o jl Delay m its Completion- Mayor is Interested Iclephnie matins came m for eon school 37 i aid sidcrabl" discussion aill seure cnci- te, ort at the IIH, oi Ihc Board oi I lade Council It is stited ihat all icqufete for tut installations have to-be made at j the local oltice and t-lien sent to Bd- n 01 trci for comirmrtliiin thus reiuir- rig a eck oi leu o 1m e a cnanbc made J Ins matter tak the Preiiiu: WHO .gartu 31? 7, 3 bi s> A nuiither of iitn les into tti ilieii ilill idrin the oi tne ichiols install ..tu OL changes in tnsumcnth the eirollncrt for 0 to) el will be greitc" thai for Sej) dember. HRIICU it impds- siii to reduce tl-t s afl uitlout m pa the pint encv of tno SLhcols ___o JM ops class the banrtr eil With 97 6 P-M: cent Mr Hodgson principal 01 the 1U school is Tullun cr I. oi "IViVuiide remg thfe tinieb it was thre" I further the cu jear1" ago local the office .arc'to la following is the table of a' he effected in the.near futurts. tendance-by. rooms The Telephone Directory'date.l Sep HIGH 'SCHOOL timber, Ifll3, still hangs, on the-hook Utendancc Inc siippl> ifa exhau ted sub 1914 1013 scuLers cannot get a director} Jfi U fcTi vv .V' k London, Oct. 23. The Prussian Diet has passed war bills carrying an appropriation 000. In an address before the Prus- sian Diet, Herr Delhruecke, the Im- j pcrial Yice-OliancellOT, after dcclar in r that Germany had been forced in- to" the war-by the hatred and envy of her nejghhors, said that "Germany will not lay aside her arms until she has gained a victory that will guar- antee lasting The late t hero ship ot the Enti h fleet which ank four Cennan torpedo boa- de-troyers and later captured H mine laj ci If is one of the lemarkable Arethusa class of oil burners launched only .1 ffw months ago These boats were bj Churchill a cle trojer of de troyer Wllies are the cheipest IMitest ind fa te t .protected In armor. Tn built loi pteci lott is well hown and MiHi licr speed and absence of smoke tan neal up on Mi A M Diwboi VT M s Halpcnni Mr 1 ..amc II Mi Stewart MI 3I 38 and 19 old TS who lo I or 17 worn out the old along with new euhbtnlori, halt to content them with calling number 0' T'lo i) new Ins uecn promsej for ail mher of months the latest c- ----1 ficial communication to the Hoird of 107; Irate was that a new directory ould br available b} Septcmtcr requiring at the loc-u ofhce ehcitel th" inlounation that the now direc tor) was being pnnkd in Ldmonkm Pro government, theorj appnrs to he the telephone revenue in Loth bridge but sponf1 it whenever pob Mble in another 1 his btatc oi affairs should not ist in a department oi the gb ern me it ulltrl Injsts, oC a Slot nnd bhould be footed into by in numbers." 'I 10! 39. 3S 8 3111 33 35 JJJ authoritj LP'hbri! Total 1 Rfid Kindergarten JIiss McCall Kmilergartcn dli nicscth, T -iS 111 Dunsnortb T JIiss II 10 "Miss I Ictl H 4- I" i3 Miss Pound IV 12 Mi Bruce V VI U VII VIII 10 _......idge is the center of a dis, tncl using a rumber of tele phones and at least i por lion of the nicntioiied should a little considmation at Hie hinds of the Department of Rail and .Telephones CRI ricuL si mv roo 11' Tile major was de-patched ro.t 11 haste from the meeting to a coifab Has Completed His Labors on th. Olher Side of the Atlantic London Oct "3 the promised by eral Alderson for canteens supplying liquor to the Canadnns in cjrip, Col the Hen Sam Hu0nes jcstwrtiaif said that he did not care. to express an opinion He reminded that with saloons on the edge of.-tlie camp difficulty was sure to IKS DEFT UNDER Twenty-five Per Cent Less Being Spent than Was at First Figured on STAFF IS NEEDED KENCH NAVY JOINS; Operates With the British Fleet in Attacks Upon the Ger- man Forces Commissioner Grace Makes a Statement About Operations of His Department Opposition Members Use "Ger- man Paper" for Wanl ot Confidence Motion PREMIER MAKES' REPLY ifcctmg the s pocket boot In tdmonton Alts' Oct (Special1) I onlei tliat thu might see just lion Interest in civic aHairs on the part of the citizens, has been revived dur- ing the past lew weeks, anil consider- able inlici m has been at the various- departments Commissioner vc this morning stated that it has hecn the aim ot lus department as it is cj[ all the others the on all matters directly London, Oct. jteamer Alice, homeward bound .frprny London, hai been blown up by a mine n the North S-sa. She tank in three. tnlnutss, all the members of her crew lelng saved. London, Oct. Amittrdam dispatch to the Central, News telegram from the burgomaster ,9f: Wcnduyne, Belgium, as fallows: 'Victory Is with the Allies; men have been taken be- .woen Chalons and Longwy; three, guns and 31 flags have been eaptur- public p. war session ended in a.wai remained! f6i the closi-g--i the session, with his Majesty's rejire- hib depuitincnt has saved Ifar this )ear he lias given tue Facts out for: publication. lot In the first place the department has saved 2o per cent on the esti- effort at making pohn -rjor waiting at tue doo- to wit mat.i made at the beginning ol the raditure This tilt cost of iij, the department m 1813 and pared at possible turn by the council The total estimate wab SO? 000 action jet taken emau atmg from that source Tweedie replied that treason a criminal offence and the At act Apparently the' dinner hour recess caused JFr. T.weedie's anger to rise over the idea of the Borden govern- ment being referred to ard on the House'.fesuming at 3.30; to. greet Gov: ernor Buh ea he commenced a wild tirade against tne government ending with a want of confidence motion with the ien anpaient object of fore the Liberals to vote against it and leaie themsehes ooei to Toiv misrepresentation afr Bwing sec onned" the motion. Premier Sifton replied briefly but warmlv beiag loudlv cheered bj his I follow ere He said Until the pre- sent moment T thought there was onh Alberta -who would be ter Vt the end of September 7D pe cent of tne vear had expired, and 32 per cent of the spent bast the capital or monos spent in actual work, wa a month while this jear it i S10 000 a month It cost in 1913 a montn in salaries to speni thu wjii'e this jear it cost cah including the commission crs salarj to spend That is the department is doing more i ork at much less cost this year ahan last The added expenditure cer Newspaper Reports Per- sist that Germans Were Forced Back month is accounted for In tne fact thai at the beginning 01 this jear the council added the work of the cngmg b-torea boulevards and stables to the public works Mr Grace that he cannot get along with less otice help than he has -I the present time Ihemeasur sewer connec Ldndon, Oct. is under- Col. Sam Hughes win fcs.' gazetted Major-General to- The appointment is al- ready complete. I onnpn', -Oct. numbers of del mans; anil Austrians hate, bpen t -froni London and interned in grandson in law th Ino Oinoitlanttbe .detention camps ami an echo o, contmcent tbe threiien'd invasion of- the Bnt- concluded to satisiac- i i v ish IsKCby .Zpjpelii, dinsihlc la a want ot confidence molion so that it would he printed in the jour najs o! the House and could go up and flown the Baying See the Liberals lo support trea son. Ths" Premier's -scathing' remarks nrxl tno n Held pirti of three with a horse ind I Ins jear there is only the assistant engine r, Mr Adam 'a first class engineer at a sawy is Mr Grace describes him a tod man and draghtsman combined, who complete sobered the opposition 1 1S supporting a family on S7 ind the dulslon which followed las montb and a bookkeepei and tion all his arrangements with cral for tic til, the -Canadian troors, the Minister now plans to return to Ottawa af ah taken m almost ahiolute silenct The motion i as defeated 18 to J1 ant1 the ineidnnt ended with.-a bitter leelmg prevailing on both sides Goiernor Buljca then entered and formalh prorogued the House Flttj ftie bills received loval assent Theip was a complete absence of the usaa'i exchange of pleasantries When the heat ol cassion died after leaving the House, Liberals were dis posed to laugh'at such a cheap Premier Sifton is one ol tbe most ard. ent Imperialists in Canada Hia was the first proUnclal sovernment to of Zpjpclin dinsiWc 1 al j fer aid to the Bnipirei and tho first to Berlin, via London. Oct. most 'of 'the Garnian.' papers continue to publish of outrages by the trooos Al- ies the Vorwaerts it has in a number of loKific in stances of alleged cruelties practised on German civilians and soldiers, no basis of truth in thtf al- legations Copenhajen, via London, Oct. Two ship yards at the German', and the Howard, are building 30 ar- mored, lighters; capable of carrying each, and travelling at the rate of nine miles an hour, to pro- ceed to the River Scheldt, ents oermlt the landing of. ths Ger- man troops on the coast of England Furthermore, it is asserted that three of these Imnters are already on way to the Scheldt London, Oct: 23, 3.55 German general staff has left Ghent, and there are strong rumors of a vere German defeat' says the Rotter 'dam correspondent of the Dally Mail. "'Messages from different points of the northwest frontier agree that tlie.Ger- man coast army is rolled up like a ribbon.' London, Oct. from the French navy have crept around the and were today standing by the British monitors, wnich are hurlins-- shells landward between Ostend and Nieuport on the Belgium coast in con- tinuation of the fierce battle for tho possession of the North Sea and chan- nel ports. FRENCH OFFICIAL .___ Oct 23 265 offi ctal announcement given out at the War Office this afternoon lays On our left wing the very consid- erable German forces, whole presence was reported yesterday, have continu ed very violent attacks in the entire between the sea and the canal of Labasse. Generally speaking, the situation of the Allied forces has been maintained i If the Allies have had to yield at cer tain oolnts, they have advanced at others The enemy also has evidenced very great activity In the region Ar and on the Somme To tha north and to the south of this stream i we> have piogressed particularly m the region of Bossieies "In Zanterre In the region of Verv dun and in the region of naxe nao some partial cue- cess On the rest of the line is nothtnq to report 'To sum up, the enemy fb be undertaking, along the major of the front, and particularly between North Sea and the Oise. a fort, making use of tne corps up of new organizations. These are composed of men recently drifted, of them very young and ogrjpher Ihe latter two were on the 5taK last 5ear the bamu as.this mWdle..8e, and" -V- rmy member ot Ihf start is f h busy all the time The measuring recording of sew er connections. and water ices'will not lie "completed for some Ume'sct. winter months these mm will cupied. with the preparation ot a cit> will te early date fp'tiiKl in the-fact, that 'Abbey -has insured ftom airship at- aid suffering Belgium, and. tho Liber als sure tho country cen> aure-'tnD'fippositloii.inovc as inlghiy map, which is hemg citizens and by the bond ioc by thfi c In the spring there .will be the high pressure water system to coiriplste, the intake to construct, and sewers to finish Tho cost oi doing all this work is only seren-tenths of one per cent in salaries, whiic I; jcar the same To the touth of the Phil lela, Germans still hold the Vistula River, with the exception of the line from Ivangorod to Kozlelide. This they have abandoned, pursued by the Russians "All efforts made by to cross ths River San Jaroslau have 'LOSS BIBN only Sttorn fact which Englishmen oi Ptff ;