Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 3, 1914, Lethbridge, Alberta
VOLUME vn. LE'fHBRlDGE, ALBERTA, THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 3; 1914 NUMBER 224 PREY TO HUNS THE WAR SITUATION IN EUROPE Ainlens, France, Sept. Isave taken possession of Ainiens after three days' fighting. London, Sept. battle to decide whether history will repeat itself in a second siege of Paris is still in progress. Future military historians will write volumes about the details of this battle, but all the British public knows officially concerning the titanic strug- gle, the British soldiers have fought since Waterloo, is contained in one sentence .of ani official report issued last night by "Continuous fighting has been iii prpgress along! almost.'the-whole line of battle." To this the French official communication adds Ithe fact.that the allied forces have fallen hack to- ward the southwest to avoid uu action ulnc-h might have been engaged undei unl.iAOjable conditions iiiliiiini AUSTRIA I This map givss an accurate idea of the distribution of tile opposing forces in the European war zone. AVntch the lines Posen to Berlin and Belgium to Paris. stsam rollers, one Russian, the other German, are working in those directions. Will the Russian machine win? Pew think it will, but the Kaiser has detailed 200.000 men to the defense of Berlin to check the panic now prevailing there owing to the uncomfortable proximity of the Rus- uan; Pctrogracle, Sept. surrender of Lem- berg is announced by Minister of War Stikhomlinoff. Austrians Hors to gladden Your Majesty with news of vic- tory won by Ihe arms of General Ru-'isky After seven davs of unmter- tupled fighting the Austrians are re- Itreatiug in complete disorder They United States WarTaxWillbe Washington, Sept of Congress tomorrow afternoon -o'clock ;to auk for a war tix measure to an- MaOsod, Sept.; drilling out- fit fee; the Mud- Lake -pil, :FieIds Lim- ited arrived last :and has now been unloaded. 'The 'outfit a standard Canadian rig and has been purchased outright by ihe comiunj. The location 'of the well site-is on the south-west quarter of section 10, township 9, range 37, nest of the and lies some seven miles'to the west; of Macleodi The erection of the derrick, which was started on Wednesday, is under fthc supervision of Mr Joseph Har- vey, of Dundas, Ont, from whom rig was purchased, and be will ialso supervise the drilling operations for the company, lie is one of the Assumed Name of Bened'cteXV Formerly Cardinal at Bologna, Italy NEW CATHOLIC LEADER Rome, Sept. Delia Chiesa, Archbishop of Bologna, Italy was elected Pope. The name to.be assumed by the new Pope is .Benedicts XV. Cardinal Giacoto Delia Chiesa, who was today elected Pope 'by the Sacrec College in succession to Pius X., who died on August 20, 'ivas created a Car dinal on May 25, 1914. He was bbrh at PegH, in tbe diocese of Genes, on November 21, 1854, and was on December 21, 187S Monsignor Delia Chiesa uas made Archbishop .of Bologna with the ob- ject of combatting modern religious Ideas, Bologna being the headquarters of tbe National Democratic leagoe, whose .members advocated what :'is mown as. "Arodernism" in religion. In 1914, while still at-Bol: gna tbe present Pope issued a posta'l etter.strongly condemning the tango. THE CARDINAL'S COLLEGE; The full membership of the Sacred College of Cardinals, which elects the is more international m its ie presentation than at any time in the itetory of- the Church, With the creation of thirteen new iast May, Pope Pius X holders good satisfaction For the past 23 years he has been conduotmj_ independent drilling operations, and has done a considerable amount o! work for the Ontario government Mr Harvey wMl be assisted m his Wilson will appear beiore a joint ses-j work by Mr G E Hartley, o! Oil Springs, Ontario Hartley is also a man of wide experience, and for 13 years was in tflp employ of the Fairbanks Co the largest oil op- erators in Canada The progress of Nelson O'StaugtiMssy will he al lor 'Vteina Tuesday, interests of the t will -liave corres- Herlin- operations will be keenly watched In the stockholders al, who ate cohlid'cnt oit in good paying at Mud Lake. u three more than participated in" ills own election in 1903, when there was a record attendance of 63 cardinals. While the Sacred College is not a re- presentative body In a strict sense .''of the, word, this year nearly all the countries are represented In it: South America, the United States, Canada, England, Ireland, Holland, Belgium, Portugal Germany Aiiatria, Italy, Franco and pa tioui in all. TJie Orient has no ca dinal neither baa Russia, Africa, Au traha or Switzerland Continued on Page The War Today At a Glance In spite fact that the French capital has been removed to Bordeaux, and that the German army of the west miles.of .ttis outer fort- ifications of- Paris, a strange air of confidence' prevails today; among the Alliec.t. The general fesjjng seems to be. that- thV German 'attack is. wearing in hammering away at the Alhei' Ih'CS, which give, but do not break. President Poincare- has issued a pro- clamation to his people, telling th-3m that atone his led him to remove his government deaux. The feeling of.confidinee MJS great- great Victory uf the-Russianai into. Lemberg, the capital of Gahcia These appear of the that district' has been re- ceived from several sources. battle of Lemberg was one of the'greatest ever fought Evidently it resulted: in, a decisive and, perhaps, overwhelming defeat of the Austrians, The battle line extended oVsr 2Q miles, and it [3 estimated men were engaged THE WAR OVERNIGHT The French, government i-to be. removed from Paris to Bor- which lies 358 miles south, southwest of Paris The proclamation innounetng: this to it as i temporary arrangement Regarding th.; progress of the, bat Ie which the Germans are waging on -rench and Belgian soil, both the rronch and British officials ?re prac Ically keeping silence move are meagerly reported, and tt is mposiible through these move merits determine how the tide of battle flowmg. Direct'advices from the Ruuian cap- ital nlve th-- official report of battle lasting seven davs, between Rut' atanc and around Lemberg, bipltal of Gallc't, in which the In forcing anH o Wild Rumor Thiough the Streets This Morning Had Populace Going YANKEE MONEY CAUSE A veritable panic was'created for a few minutes this morning when the ,word went' around that the banks charging 1 per cent discount on all American money. The wildest.ru- mor jot spread in tbe city, was to the effect that Japan md prodded Mexico into declaring uai 01 the Un itcd States, and this was given as a reason win the banks charging the -discount As a matter of "acti-the hanks are charging discount on Nat oiiut and State b'ank" bills, and oh silver certi- ficates, because gold cannot be demanded for this.class of pappi moncj, but ImcLican gold cer- tificates' always clemaud payment in gold at par, as thev represen a ro of gold in the Unite! States treasury, which i" paid out OP de- mand with the presentation, of the certificate Gold is at a piemium these da) s and the banks cannot tiiecciorc, be expected to advance it on silver, certificates or bank notes. As fir as the rumor concerning a declaration: of" war on: the United States 1 v MOMCO is concerned it ha.i anything yet perpetrated hunting a cool spot near the lemonade '.bucket. F BE AS LOYAL BY Cabinet Minister Issues Appeal to Men on Land to Raise Every Available'Bushel of Grain and Head of Make Money Too Ottawa, Sept. .farmers, of Canada can .perform'a fine patrl otic service with profit to thamsfllves was the belief expressed; by Hon. .T. W. Crothers, Minister of Labor, to- day The farmers mil plaj a n.oet important part in las he haul "Food will he'needed particularly l: "Raise "Also the patriotic farmer will-be he uthzes, every aire lie has, "Thr former H ill also help to solve the The far jerman Governor of Samoa Sur- Boring in at Kmo Chau Wellington, Is I, Sept 3 The Ginernor of N'ew Zealand has re- ceived word that the nor of.Samoa has surrendered anil 'that he. has. been sent with other German prisoners to the Fijijslands UNION JACK SUPREME mer-is' the man the country is look- ing IK) They should get busy and .work as they never worked bslore, realizing t' at they have a duty to perform to themselves, to Canada, and to the pnipire. Farmers should remember that tie at the trout, and those they have left them will need if" A LOCAL VIEW 'Now 11 the time more tlua liefore in her M Maraoch, ot Board ofr-Tnute tlib morning to the Herald, "that Cuata should concern heraelt with tha grtfc- lus of two Uades ol graaa where one grew before. Although the IB expect ed to send of to tha trout ranln to fight along wife the Mother Country, there will be aome left behind, at east, and theae should be impressed with the faot that wrvlng their country Just ai mocb, If they contribute IB Mme wnjr toward matataincnoe at Uw troops at tha fwnt 'Lord Kitchener hu farmers in England to tocraaie the Productive capacity of their lands, and U arcing the use of every arniintls acre for ta> raising at foodstuffs Pro- duction In England la limited to what t can be made in Canada. If everv farmer doubled his production, Ejjg land would to worry over a shortness in her food supply." It is probable that will bring this suggestion toWie attention London Sept landing of of the Board of the Idea British troops In Samqa was carried ,0r aiding the farmers In every way out great expedition The Union possible In tais .district to increase Jack was hoisted 01 cr Carman Samoa the producing capantj of the land Ons of the big problems is the in- creased cost of production, along with the difficulty this year In obtaining ANOTHER. OUTRAGE FOR QEHMANY TO -ANSWER Sept. .Swedish cnal carrying steamer St Paul during a ..from Gothenburg, struck a North Sea mine'yesterday, and found- ered The crew of twenty five men escaped injury SYRACUSE UNIVERSITY PRESIDENT IS DEAD at half-past twelve lil the August 29. JAPS BOHINCf IN ToHo, Sept Japan- ese occupied seven islands situ- Kiao Chau The Japanese have up more than one thous and mines, .which hart been- scattered bv ihe Germans in the waters ad- joining tlreir Chmcsp stronghold LANDING JAIJ TROOPS Ohio Foo, Ohina, Sept 3 landed IsUO adiUnoiml men "at Lung Kow Of thcie forces 500 men arc marines, the others' being sol- diers Between and troops hid necn landed at Lung Kow previ- ous to todav The Japanese control the telegraph lines out of Lung Kow Lung Kow is 100 miles north ot Kiao Chau, in territory. Milton, -Maw, Sept 3 Daniel Steile.f-presldent of T niver CIET TO OONVENB dUd night afferj Toklo, Sect f, long UlBes'j.t HeSva.B years old. peraon.ail> directed funds with which to work YUKON BOYS WANT TO GO TO THE FRONT Ottawa, Ont, Sept Thorap son, M P for trie Yukon, who is now in Ottawa, though too lute to attend the session, the young men of the Yi.ko-1 are dr Ilns and are anxious to send a contingent to the front help.fight battles. To. Pretch Rev W H ATuncaster of Blan mote, ill gapply the Knox Presbyterian pal pit nut Bundk; of the Diet to convene on September 0 A The majority has decided formally to oppose the [iaturei. '.A.