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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 24, 1914, Lethbridge, Alberta VOLUME VII. LETHJJRIDGE, ALBERTA. SATURDAY, OCTOBER 1914 NUMBER ZBB GERMANS ARE REPORTED WEAVE ABANDONED ANTWERP The Western Dominion Railway Crosses Lee's Creek to the Town OUTLINE OF ROUTE From Kootenay Pass to Pinch- er Creek and Then to ths Boundary W, A. Buchanan, M. P., today rc- cci-cd a copy of Vic iviiU; map of the .Western Dominion: railway which coinus before the Minister of Rail- ways for Lear ing Wednesday next at Ottawa. Thu _proposed nulrtail in loiviisliip five, rauge 'lVe -tie and runs north- through the south-east lot- ner of townsluji six, raiue four, west of the fifth, along the south fork oI' the Oltl Man. following the met to {township1 TITANIC STRUGGLE IN FRANCE AND BELGIUM one, west of the fifth, where the river is crossed. A little further cast the, Koc-lcnay Al- berta railway is also crossed and from there -east-.the lino proceeds al- most diiTCilv. to tlie town of Phicher branch from Pinuh- er Cieejv lo Pinchei fetation Jlht mam -fine proceed easterly "ami southeastern from Pin ho i a i nlcs to uit eistr then prrfccMirig sti i! M south the Blood Reserve, which it crW township three, ranges itwentv and t In stead of. running into 'Cacdstori, the road crosses -Lce's; Creek, 'south .of itown, and prbcesds'snuth-casi, touch- ing Aetna.' 'Crossing the irrigation canals north "of'Kimhalli the route then.- strikes south-east across the north-east corner of township I langc iml on through townsup'now Ijmg in the Scheldt. one range 23 it reatlus American hounrtary, ,and is supposed to-connect-with the Milwaukee Cen- tral. COLIN VERY CAMPBELL LOW Tli( UIAI die ehj and flou of the oLHOsmg primes on the 3 mile front from the North Sea to the Swiss rrontiei Hea ir-st has taken place recently between the North SBA and Iprea on the Allies left, and between Verdun and on Uieir right. RUSHED TROOPS OUT OF ANTWERP Oct indications tend to prove that the Germans had scarcely entered Antweip and established themselves there when urgent matters elsewhere caused them to depart1 with all possible speed. Although they have denuded the city of troops the Geimans neveitheless, are sending hun- dreds of wounded there, for whom they left no provisions or attendants These wounded are taken MiatSiis' Winnipeg, Man., Oct. Si- lion. Colin H. Campbell, who returned several 'weeks ago from a trip abroad for the benefit of bis health, lias taken a turn for tlie worse. So criti- cal is his condition that liis- son, attending school -in the been wired to return home at once. The many friends of .Mr. Campbell are alarmed at the serious turn in his Il'iness. German Monarch is Reported to be in Serious Con- dition qf-Health Paris', Oct.. from var- ious sources keep corning to ailirm Germans Gain on One Side While Allies Advance on Other-Greatest Struggle of All On Between Lille and Belgium CRITICAL POINT OF CAMPAIGN Enemy's Right Wing Said to Have Been Reinforced by Men-Supreme Effort to Break' Through the Busy FRENCH OFFICIAL' Paris, Oct. official com: munication given out-at-the War Of- fice this afternoon'says the.Germans have made progress to the north Pf Dixmunde and in the vicinity of Ua- basie, but that the French have made material advancss to tne.east of Nleli- port, in the region of Langhemarcy and'between Armentleres and Lille. The text of the communication is as :ontinues on our left follows: 'The battle that, the -Kfliser. js condition, of .health. wing. Th.; enemy has made progress to the north of Dixmunde and jn the vicinity of Labassee. We have, made very perceptible advances :to. the east of Nleuport, .in the marcy, and in the reglqrf betwepn.i'Af; mentieros artd Lille. a queatjon: of atloh'sIn the however, the German attacks by'-'liay arid byiiBi have been repulsed, p es we have made slight progress. .'Jrv the district our his .a. very serious continued in the direction, of the forest It is alio affirm to the Zoo buildings where, with the exception of a few tiger cubs, all the animals and reptiles; vieie killed by the Belgians before the bombardment A big Red Cross ship filled with wounded is Many British nurses are working the Belgian military doctors. Before leaving Antwerp the Germans pitched machine guns into the Scheldt. Evidence of the German soldiers' weariness of war is to be seen on every hand; Emden Reported To Have Been Accounted For London, Oct. despatch from Bombay to the Morning dated Oct. 2U.. savs, "A rumor is .current "toilar in Indian seacoast towns tlit the German ciuiser Lmilen 3s it last heen accobnte-i for hut no I! BuUt-vntial inform ilion is obtimaMc I U all fie Inlian agrcert in demanding that something be done to restore security of Indian shipping, .the almost total derange ment of through the Km den's raids, is affecting the industry OOHT TREAT KiTCHEMtR Western Winners at Congress of Dry Farmers OttTtta Oct 21 re hauling further awards for Canadiin grains at the International Dn 1 arming has jiibt reaclisd to, c Department of the Interior Aitiont; the winners, were ri Sharpe "VI P of Manitru who vis i first for thn b P II Car rges the People of Assist in Keeping Men m Good Condition CUT OUT TEMPTATIONS London Oct line his now famous advice to the British ex pedrliomy force to oe ccurteous but not mote than, coiuteous lo wotuen uord Kilrhcncr isslied an ap peal to the public m whii.h Ire cm plnsized the impotta ce of temping the army in ircUitmj; m gool condition This result he sits Lc ob- tained only b> stuct solmeU ami while the soldtcib ire doing ill they can .to got into condition encr the public both men and vi omen to aid if cm in their sobriety VERY KIND OF HIM Washington, D.C., Oct. The German Ambassador, Count Bernstorff, said today if by mutual a3reement, both German and This, in brief, is a broad view of the: in France and Belgium from' English standpoint. Which ilde, had the advantage when dawn broke or when noon came, or which will have it when the sun sets, will not be known, except to the general of the opposing armies. AM tKe public will know, barring'something unfore- seen in the nature of a catastrophe to one army or the other, will bethat.the terrific artillery duel near th: Bel coast has continued, and that one side was pushed back here, omy to ad- vance there, as was explained In the official communication issued In Parit last night. GERMAN OFFICIAL flEPORT' Berlin, via Amsterdam, Oct German army headquarters makei the foildwing official announcement under today's date: IS'tjflshtins continues severely In the.district of Yser Canal In the north we succeeded in crossing the canal with great forces "East of Ypres .and southwest 'Of Lille our troops are slowly advancing "The British yesterday bombarded Ostend without reason 'On the Argonne forest our troops also are advancing, capturing seme machine guns and a number of prison- .Two-French aeroplanes were brought down. "North of Toul near Fleury, the French declined a short truce to per- mit the burial of the dead and care; of the wounded, who are covering tlie field in front of the French battle line: "West of Augustowo the Russians renewed their attacks but wert re- pulsed." BOMBARDMENT London, Oct. Admiralty today issued the announce- ,o British newsoapers characters the "All of yesterday monitors and oth (X) ie assassination Whacker Ins I conflict along the front from Lille m vessels of the British bombarting headquarters arc taken, quick firers. art pla-cd m ami around the prem ises anu liig guns are trained on all approaches, N'obodj is allowed to come within 200 yards Seajchlights arc mounted on roofs and hundreds of trobps keep guard nieht and in war time the Emperor not forezo his loie of parade His stafi :some 'three or four hundred officers; France to the Belgian border, as the greatest struggle of all. London newspapers were quick to seize the suqneitijjn uf a German mill tary expert here from Ber- lin, that this is ihe critical conflict of the whole campaign, and whether It b, WltLPUTTHE Loiidciif Oa British id miraltvihab issued statement 515 ing th-t tl to not, it Is contended that the is likely to deiilde.th.s. opera: tions of the Germans In'.'France. Reinforcements of six hundred thou sand men are said to have been rush, ed to the Csrman right wing, and it teems no to say that these operations spell the supreme ef- fort of the invaders ib'vbreak through the Allies' lines Be'ng denied the use of warships which have been rendering good ser- vice for the Germany is said to be throwini her aircraft, and par- ticularly her Zeppelins, more and more into the fray, and news ..re- late that the ooerations of Zeppelins have a marked feature of the its fighting to the southwest of Ostend, warships for (.onvov duU havmt toward wh.ch passed British cruisers, aided IT llle France, England and Belgium are said vessels of the Austialnn Jan tnese i to be working the.r way, French ard Russian uill nav. tha 'seas in an endeavor to run down the right or nice Germ in cans crs including the Pmdcn artl the Karlsruhe which been nlajln' flotilla fired on the German right, which they searched thoroughly and effected in concert with the Belgian- army. "All German attacks on Nieuport- were repulsed. "Much damage was done to the emy by naval fire." SilREDIODEnTH London, Ont, Oct 21. Leslie Mounce, aged 17 vears was smothnr- ed at Brantford tons of oatb, when the walls oi a buihlin? ga e waj under the weight oi tlie nram this morning His faticr is now in Digland with the lirst of Canadian troops, ant uiung Mounce Imd recenllj for the sec- ond. the shippm? of the lied countries. for the Cook trophy WINS IN SUIT Toronto. Out.. Oct. verdict ardlng damages to tlie plaint ft of liOOO was returned hv tho iury it the burgh tmiversit) C. A. FtaGAW 'DEAD Winnipeg Oct Charles Alexander. McGaw. 36, formerly: east- ern manager at Toronlp of the AVest- ern Cnnadu Flour Alflls died at tho assizes todav In tlie libel suit urouKlil I residence of his fatllel S A. JlcClaw, here S wire merchant in connection with in PROHIBITS aril! 16; that nuuc ircd In the Mall and SUGAR Empire on June list lefenlng to an election c'rculnr in connection with ,............._ _. ___ the campilgn of Mackenzie in order to the German and Aus MOBS Liberal candidates in Korthcaat Irian product from In tbroitto from neutral eoUrttrlet. OF INTO BRITAIN London, .pet. Britain has prohibited the importation of sugar with subm irine service m tho present war cnte ol T sont np Tho loit MBS comparatncly noh trial by Magistrate this having been completed in 191.J blie mornlng charged with the theft of fYomfaitnmk and the procuring of ?120 by false pretence the accused was brought before Judge Macdona'.d at the clbS8 of the Mnrato trial this as :he" was not.able.to carried a crew' of 16 men. SENTENCED TO Regina, Sask., Oct. the ting'of. the-Supreme Court at Scott'.ou Wednesday of this week, John Ireland of filggar Sisk was found guilty of wife murder and sentenced linhged. 'Higgar shot his; wife, ,Tes- sic, on May 24, and immediately after ward attempted to commit suicide'Dy drinking carbolic field The crime witnessed by his wife a Mn. Margaiet Clay uhderslahd 'Abe nature of the charges and his position or bis nrivllegcs un- der the law he was remanded until tomorrow njorn'ng -wl the nlvil. case of Tapay vs the Crow's Nest Pass Coil Co In action for damages for injuries received last lune at -Michel, WRS taken up McNe'il Banwell for plaintiff an'd Herchmer ft Martin Jor iefecdtot conuwny. THE NURSING MISSION llic Ctlj Coinmissioneis are to be commended on their ac- lion in centralising the oversight ot relief woik with the Nursing Mission. This organization has been in existence foi some years, and is thoroughly equipped to attend lo the relict work qt tde city. Its oflicials aie in close, touch with the people m distress in the community, and the staff of nurses is particularly qualified to look after the cases which come under their attention We would urge, that all contributions lor local relief should be placed in the possession, of the Nursing Mission, so He-npstead N 7 Oct 21 Four plan of a will be coined out to the Jcficij. Nursing Mission is anxious that all cases of disiress shoujd jt a ncwh oiled turn be reported to them immediately, so Iliat there men were killed jured here i mobile skidded at _ _. on Fulton Si struc, the curb, ran along UK sidewalk fbr a distance overtqthdl antt was All five of the men in the tar were thrown out of thenf were crushed liencaflMt, in relieving the untorlunatc. Now is the time lo-aef, and wo hope Itel every cilizcn will, co-operate with the Nursing the sick and distressed -to work oi looking aftot, ;