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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 4, 1914, Lethbridge, Alberta I'AGE TWO THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER V4, 1914 CONTINUED PROM. FRONT PAGE. 'Paris. He says, "All day ycsterda> CONTINUED FROM FRONT PAGE works ta tanRM itho head wedge which- a liuo ior two miie5 forms' tho German right was furious- 1 h slae_ Thc Ctoss :ly forcing its way tn Paris, batter- nm. mKiical corps -and the army Hg the rear of the retreating reach j 6mici, 'form, a part 0, ihroligh Crell, Senlis Crepy llio t of Canadian CARDSTON HAS v CROSS BRANCH E. N. BARKER PRESIDENT-i-SUM OF 578.00 RAISED START FOR A in 'cannonading hroke windows i tilley, wbich (s only 17 miles north Germans are also near of Paris. Thi Soissops." GIVE UP PARIS .WITHOUT A-FIGHT 'in n despatch from Rouen, France, j a-correspocdcnt oi the Chronicle says j he., lias, learned .that the FreuPh nu- j- in Paris 'ate considering the j f. ail are rcaily to do their part in the great struggle into which the soldiers representing tho Maple at .the -tiiuo ol Mr. liucbasiin's visit. Spsaiiing oi general conditions, C have assumed such a different Cnrdston, Sept. saw tho local branch of tlie Red Cross Society actively engaged at tho Fair Grounds in 'soliciting donations. Tho Fair goers seemed to take kindly to realized. The society is now organized with the following officers President, E. The Herald Want ad, boy says: I'M .Sofia yell a maid who will'' cofne mendedf'who 'will fit Into tho household and provo to bo splendid Gorvant, liar.Ver; vice-president, Mrs. J. J. t. I ilon: ol property from artillery fire. 'ANOTHER. SPECULATION' YUjpUT, GERMAN INTENTION .The German plan, according to pop- ular speculation, is not to. besiege Paris, but to. at-iempt to force a 'breach in chain of fortresses with Sheif newest-Krupp guns and gain the capital as thev did at and Kamur. cct since tbc war broke out, 3Ir :hanaa said that business c'ondi- :ne west in his opinion arc I Leadbct-tet; executive, Jlrs. u. Card, Mrs. J. Holmes, Canon Mow- at, H. B. Brown, Mrs. H. li. Stac- poole and Mrs. IMward Cook. Tho purpose ol the association will The War Today a Glance RUSSIANS' COOPERATE WITH SERVIAN ALLIES -.Copenhagen, Sept. message received at Berlin reports the re- ceipt of advices from Austrian army is j he to institute training classes for nurses, who alter soir.e time, may leave for the [rout, and tftc making of wearing appareL lor the wounded soldiers. All manufactured articles The German right is at the rear will be to headquarters at the'.retreating-French, who-are falling i such shipments, as is gen- back -.through Crepy en Vaicis and Senlis. This news would placo the advance of the German host within, perhaps, 20 miles of the limits of Paris. Official, information regarding the respective positions of th: Ger- mans and the Allies is, however, lacK- ing. troops to Seivia. IFlGElIS'GflTO 'headquarters stating that Russia transporting ammunition by way oi Msils reaching. New York from Lon ihe Danuhc to Servia. !don today, bring a report, originating V At the mouth of the Danube Liverpool, that the British trans- Bive, measures are heing ;taken pre-jports have" landed Russian paratory to the despatch of Russian troops in France. The matter was not parmitted to pass the cable csnsors. Fnsss reports of the operations in east, add little. to what information has come- from official sources. In genera! they refer to, fighting aarly in the week, and confirm Russian claims of disaster to the Austrian 'army in Gal- toia, and German success In east Prus- The Russians have occupied Lem- berg, the capital and stronghold of Aus trian GalicU. Belgian advices say that a tourist, arriving from Buda Pesth declares that the people' ther-e fear the disinteg- ration of the Austrians. has '.arranged to eend more infantry and light horse to sup- .port the -.Allies.- Premier Asquith opened a crusade to stimulate recruiting at a meeting in Guildhall, London. .He called upon every able-bodied Briton of military age to rally ta the colors. THE WAR OVERNIGHT As the lines around Paris tighten, and the German forces draw closer to the French the official rnsnts tc the .press grs-w ijrisfer, and are Riore and" more lacking in details. So .thcipUblic is concerned, lit- Je Is actually known as to how" the armies in the field are faring. Most of msde public from off! s of a negative charac- erally known, are carried ires of charge by railways. Having gotten off to a good start the s-jciety here will undoubtedly grow flourish until the present number oi twenty-five will reach tho hundred mark. CONTINUED PR02I FRONTPAGE prove o! great strength. Beyond and at a distance from the 13 to i4 miles is the outer ring Trbich sre placed, on com- toanding the valley of tlic Seine, or on hills which defend the lower lev- els to ths eastward ot Parish Within ithis outer ring are tic seven towns .of Versailles, Sceaus, Vtlieneuve-St. Georga, St. Denis iein and St. Giirman-en-Laye. Eng- The army which invests Paris must liavo at least men, irrespec- tive oi all field and covering forces. The actual defense pi the works apart Irom troops temporarily collected in -the fortified area requires men. M. entrriched falls :into'' ffchree the north; the :cast ahd the southwest: The forts mount fin oi rom 24 to 60 jrifornaller if the heavier guns being of the new -j emi quaiLcia la wi. tt ncyanvc vnatetv French, type, automatic flnng -and: jnstanc {Jh. snnounce. baTffig an accurate rimge..up to OOfl sis miles. siege howitzers may do more, thou'gh tte French do not seem to possess any of the enormously heavy howitz- Ger- mans, used successfully at Namur. These French forts contain from 600 to men each the annex batter- which they are all provided, 200'meE and six guns each. The ex- "fcrtme outer and some of the inner po- sitions are on varying to 670 easy dominancp. ment or the French War Office that there had he-n no contact with the German forces 'in the region of Com- piegne and Sonlis since and that the situation in the norih- east'has not The two towns are, 47 miles and 37 miles north of the French capital, and they appsar to mark the points near- est to Paris, to which German advance have approached. govern- With, the removal of the merit to Bordeaux, all forts around ol tlie lower land betv een tne lorts j Paris have been directed to and-Paris, proper and of the country- tions for the threatened investment heraid, -which must be the ter- of the capital by the Germans. In ad- rain of conflict at the outset-of the dition, the French authorities have or- siege, if siege there is to be. There jeered aeroplane patrols to guord ag- are lines of batteries between each two of this chain of forts being supported right and left ainst any further raids by German aviators. A number of French aero- planes are flying in the neighborhood to eishc hatienes, each with of and others are kept in readi. Its six guns. Paris has a population ness with guns to attack an of the of about The two sieges of Paris in 1870-71 are gmong the most dramatic epi sodes of its history. The first siege hegan SeptV 19, 1870, with tfarf occu- Germans who appear In the sky. attitude-, of Turkey still awaited with .anxiety, and a Petro- grade (St. Petersburg) dispatch says pationby the Germans of the heights, Turk_7 Jiwbilizmg on the Persian the but t Another list of British casualties is occupied by fort; side .'of'the river and the capture thefunfinished redoubt of Chatillon Two (Jajs later the investment was Vises casualties numbering of completed hy Germans Gen-lwhom werc kll'ed vvounded, eral Trpchu, who deiended the 4733 are missing. The list shows men, compcrsed for the a large percentag-s.of officers. most, part of .hurried levies of raw soldiers with inexperienced officers, andjpf national guards, which were a source of weakness rather than strength. The bombardment began on Dec.'. !V.-three-- unsuccessful sorties! were.inade, the last in January fol-, i officially1 reported at London. i HITS GERMAN GENIUS Canada May Xnnui Teutons lowing. Armistice was signed Jan. 27, the capitulation Jan. 28, and on Ottawa, Ont, Canad- ian it TV as learned to- March 1 the Germans made their nlght' i3 cousi_dpjlng the adyisabiHty triumphjl entry. On this day ot German patents and the preparations I for the Co'mmune.'J held, ire Canada The ques- wnich a few -days later reared itself Woif Discussed with the Bri in an insurrection of the national! tishr "Board" -of Trafle guards This became of Paris -and lasted until May 28, 1871. --The Gorman patents neiu in Canada cover compo'ua'as and electrical apparatus WANTED 50 men Bundle Teamster and Pitchers a day and board J.HARRIS CO. Phone 1412 1125thSt South All around the city looking for a house or room. Read ihs "Rental" columns on this page. It will take you only a few minutes to look over this list and clieck Ih'e locations which appeal to you. When you arc through you hiow about everything that is for rent in the all yon have-to do is to make your decision- and move. Notice to Creditors and Claimants In the Estate of Hermann Christian Frederick Langbehn, late of Cam- rsy, in tho Prsvir.cs of Al- berta, Deceased. Notice is hereby given that all per- sona having claims .upon the estate of tho said Hermann Christian Fred- erick Langbehn, who died on the Six- teenth (16th) day of June. A.D. 1912; are required to send to The Trusts Guarantee Company at Calgary, Offic- ial Administrators ot the said .'estate, on or before the 3Cth day of Septem her, 1914, a full statement oi their claims duly verified by Stain tory Declaration and any securities held by them and-that after that date the said Trusts Guarantee Com- pany at. Calgary, Official Adminis- trators for the said estate will dis- tribute the assets of the said estate among the parties entitled thereto having regard only to the claims of whic'a notice has been so filed. Dated at the City of Medicine Hat. this 14th day .of.. August A.D. 1914. Trusts Guarantee Company, of Calgary, Official Administrators ot the said estate -by their Begg, McLarty Evans, Solicitors for the said Trusts Guarantee Co. Ad NO. N2. Met r SITUATIONS VACANT goueral servunt. Ap- Sth -St. S. girl for llglit House vvork. Apply oreiitugg-at 120-1 7tli Avo, South. 'bloyolo to dolly- or the Horald-to llio imst onioo at HnnlleriUo ovory ovonliie. Apply at 4 o'clock to Mr. COCO, servant-at 42H ISth.-iSt. Soiltll. i 220-r-O Girl 10 do pu.fariu 3 'miles from town, Ap- C. Crosby- T' 12. 28J-3 four 'goQU toh. laujt.sliavo mqnoy; maker tg_t .-light, Apply-al'-jmca. No- .other than hustler's uecdapalyv Ail 'tlc. HOBO abu'pler' Co.. Room-' 117r-Slierl6ck Bldg. O1 and worneu to learu Barber Trade. Eight weeks required; positions or locations secured as soon is competent; graduates make big money; catalogue and terms free. Jiolcr Barber College, C04A Centre Calgary. Professional Cards MEDICAL OR. W. Surgeon, j Avefl U.R.. Sllerloclc ..neajileucoa'auo Sixth Oulcfl j.jj'i -pnoao Keslaence. 1JJ90.'. Dfi. c. ;o. eRAGGK-irhyaibiWi- 'Jgeon, AccouchoR'tilHoo. nt'j'pa'ijencc co'rcoii atbV ivsnuo'So.nfij'aiii-7th Street South: 8-9: J-3; 1 to 8.30. Phono Bye, Nose ami Throat; Dominion Bull.dins. Offlco hours 9.30 to evenings by appolntuiont Phones, oiUce 341; residence TO KENT room in prl- home, suitable for one or two indies. Apply 1205 Cth Ave. South. Phone 1722. IAM AWANTAD.. J2Ji. DC Forest Porter.) j SITUATIONS WANTED nureins. Good references given, terms reasonable. Mrs. 11. A. Mason, Waruer, Alberta. as housekeeper to bachelor or widower by young wid- ow, good cook; Inive oue boy aged 7. Apply 16E3 1st Ave.- N. by respectable person, reliable and good cook. Ap- ply L'OS 9th St. S. I BOARD AND ROOM 1 FCRNISHED ROOMS Bright out- look, central location, comfortable and thoroughly modern; reasonable rent- al. Miss Smith, Room 3, Union Bank Building. ________ FOR a good room modern conveniences, steam heat, shower oaths n.iuage, etc., apply" Y. M. O. A. TO SUl St. S., 7 rooms, fully modern, lino location. Apply Henry Oliver Phone 751, or call at C41.Sth St. S.______________. f TO small comfortable houses and month, furnished. The Dowsley-Mulhern Land Co., Royal Bank TO premises on Third Avenue South now occupied by "Tho Valet.'' Available Sept. 1st. Apply A. B. Stafford, Stafford Block. room modern house near car line in first class condition, 510.00 per month M. P. Johnston Co., Alberta Block. TO seven roomed mod- ern houses, good location, 803 and SOD 7th Ave. S., per month each. R. V.-Gibbons Co., Balmoral Block, Phone 1191. TO airy room in pri- vate house in best part of city, board if desired; all modern conveniences. Write Box 43 Herald. TO houses, 233 and 320 15th. St. S., 5 rooms 329, 512.00 per month; 415 llth St. S. Apply Mrs. Burgess, 423 llth St. S. Ti modern, up-to- date, centrally located, ?15 per mouth Immediate possession. Ring 543, C. C. Pagnuelo Co. BOARD AND con- veniences; ..55 per" Ti-eek. Apply 834 c- Business Opportunities.. ?0n equipped Meat Slarket in Nest district, price ind terms -reasonable. Address Bos 13, j Tors FOR SALS j WANTED good farms oa crop payment plan. Require that same he' fenced and at least thirty acres ;broken per quarter. Give full particulars in: Brat letter as to arnoun.t ibrplcen, etc., and state Must have full particulars at once. Will deal- with owners1 only. Medicine Hat, Alberta-. Box 1040, j MISCELLANEOUS'-WANTS pay. cash.for.second hand Ford car in good, running, condi- tion. State lowest figure to Box 8, Herald. HAT many cattle or sheep eon you feed on your farm this winter? We will arrange and buy your hay in stack with privilege of feeding it on have supply of water. .Farm Products Ltd. J. Lloyd, Mgr. Phones 365 and SAFETY SPEED SPLENDOR Canadian Pacific Royal Mail Steamers Allaa Line Mail Steamers. French Line to Havre. White Star New York and .Canad- iaa service. Cunard Line, New York and Canad- you want a.Siye .partner or to hay or sell a. business., write at once giving full particulars, Box 473 Calgary Nevrs-Telegram. i estate'to'huy, sell or trade, farm lands'or city property. Write at once giving full .particulars. Bos 473 Calgary Nras-Telegmm. 223-C ian service. JIaii Canadian Northern Itoyal Steamers. Donaldson Line to Glasgow. Anchor Lin2 to Glasgow. Nertb 'Li-jyil. Hamburg American and all other Lines. Largest and Fastest Steamers; cheapest fares direct