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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 23, 1915, Lethbridge, Alberta VOLUME VIII. LETIIURIDGE, ALBERTA, SATURDAY, OCTOBER 23, 1915. NUMBER 265 DUKE TAKE ACTIVE CHARGE Winnipeg, Man., Oct. The Winnipeg Telegram (Con- today suggests cdi- torially. that the Duke oE Con- naiiglit, nominal commander, in-chief of Canadian militia forces, be asked to take active and complete charge of ada's participation in the war, with !i view to rendering.great- er assistance to the A'ilicd Eorc- Teutons Advancing South of Italy Sends Navy Oct. wireless to Cayrllle, n'oons have crossed the Drina River, in northwest- ern Serbia, near Visegradfck, driving outhward the Serbians on the heights, southward the Serbians on the heights, according to an officia'i statement is- sued here today by German army headq.uarters. It is also announced that Bulgarian1 troops have captured the Serbian towns of-Negotin and Ro- glyesto. Italy Aside Blockade Brlndisi, Italy, via Paris, Oct. An Italian squadron is taking part in the blockade and bombardment by the Ent6nte-AllIes'-..u-arsh'lps off the Bul- "garian coa'st, in the Aegean Sea, ac- cording to a wireless message receiv- ed here today. Bulgarian, Capture eneva, via Paris, Oct. dis- patch from Sofia, received here, says London, Oct. 'British Med- the Bulgarians have captured the town iterranean squadron today boinbard- of Koprutu, on the railway line south ed the Bulgttriau coast in the Aegean of Uskubu. Sea, according to a telegram from by .-neuter's Telegram Co., received by way of Amsterdam. The bombardment of the Bulgarian coast by an Allied fleet raises hope; in England that the Entente Powers will not be content' with landin, troops in-Saloniki, but-may cause en- ough diversion elsewhere to engage i considerable body Bulgarian .roops .Bombardment Successful British, Ad miralty today issiie J the follow ing statement concerning the -bombard- ment the Bulgarian' coast: the Bulgarian, coast was carried out by the Allied aouadron., composed..of British, Berlin via to Sajville sian and French ships, on the atte -his death. He was an appoilltee of the late Liberal government, .and' was a brother of Sir Louis Davies of the1 Su- preme Court of Canada. .He was a na- tive of Prince Edward Island. Monro left London yesterday morning success, i to assume :commaud on the GallinVH fireec> peninsula. !J J' Oct. Tele- graph, with a donation of shill- ings, has started a shilling fund to provide a memorial fcUtue to Miss tdith Cavill. Sir George Brampton, sculptor, has promised to execute the statue as "A labor iove. There are manv suggestions in tho morning, papers todaj that a nation- al memorial be erected for Miss'Ca- l Iht Dail> Mail suggests the foundation of an institution for trains' ed nurses Mrs. Humphnn Ward, nov- London; Oci status of pol cllst ploposes tnD Quecn tako itical affairs in the lil-ins is ilmost the m the namc of tne ,vomeil equal in Interest to tin. imlitir, situa 0[ England in the formation of a lion. The is, yioBins, hore that ,idtioiul con mittee to erect a mem- leither Greece nor is like o. o.r or y to enter tin at lea I unless the j held in St Paul's, next Monday. Entente Alhcb gim son.o decisive j being doiie In the two days, as well as a good deal of discussion. lie stated also that-great credit was given. Leth. naval service department.. ful charge without a scratch and re- PREMIER LOUIS BOTHA Tlie new land which Steffanson dis- turned to help1 a wounded comrade a notable victory In the el- covered was north-east of Prince Pat- Getting the wounded man back to cctipns in South Africa on Wednesday bridge by-Hon. VHlTiiil Canopy and rick) and days on the the trench under heavy machine gun T. M. Tweedlo, M.P.P., for its wonder- and from what he gathered he flic, he later went out to the wood firt record In enlistment, and in dona-, jt nms somc three hundred which had been prcvioush cleared tloni to the Patriotic Fund. I miles cast, but not far west. As far He was somexvhat, startled a. At the patriotic banquet, held on the norih as he could see were mountain bullet went singing through his cap 'October wheat first day; Mayor Hardie, rangcSi -fjie land had plenty of game. He felt for the hole in his head, but October a itlrrlnjc patriotic address, and Marhoch laid particnlar em- phuli upon the duty ot.the stay-at- "prepare' the house1' for the .niturn: ot th'e soldiers, and for the largo Imrnljfatlon which would be Canada's .after the was over. There were no evidencesVof muskox, luckily there was none'.there Four Nevembtr burtev but jfenty of bear and lots of c'ari- men including Sir. Rosetiroll b'ou. Birds were and ly encountered a number of Germans' could be seen in immense hat fight ftnsued when he was 'numbers, which would lead lo hit in the arm. He was sent lo thc SCHOOL CHILDREN NOTICE All the school children of the city'will meet in the auditor- turn oT Wesley church on Mon- day morning, at 10.30, -when they will be addressed by .six members of the Australian cod- eta." The addresses v.-iH be wil'i deal with mat- apparently regards as morn important than the .offer of the Island cl1 C; prus, and it. is feared in Athens'thai (lie A led tioops have com ft too latfi into tho Ualkanvlield, Alberta Men are in the London, Got. 23. Official casualties today contained the names of Lieut; believe that land" ran; north a distance. "great. Held hospital j London. WEATHER and later sent to Hiflh Fair and ters'of pupil? S'. Cameron of the 2nd theihircs, of our schools; .Pupils shoiHti wounded; who was transferr be seated in prompt- Dragoons "Iiisl ly at the hour named. It will -l an. Interesting and unique lathering. from" Lieut< A. M. of the I irst Re- fotmcrlj q n the Canadian Mounted Kifies and was transferred from thenv last zimcnt, missing, ...Corporal WANT CONVICTION CT WOMAN QUASHED fton Vita, Oct ap- i to 'oe made beford- the ap- [vision of the Supreme court, :o the. quashing' of .the con.- l Jennie Hawkes of was found guilty of the: mur- der of Mrs. Rbsella Staley, fenced to hanjj cmher at Macledd on Deo- GERMANY IS CLOSED Genevi Switzerland, via Par- Is, Oef. Germany again Is closed' from Basic to Constance to of every pation, It is assumed this is to keep cret the movements of OSS man troops ;