Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 5, 1914, Lethbridge, Alberta
VOLUME VII. LETHBR1DGE, SEPTEMBER i, 1911 220 GERMANS MOURN DEAD Russian' Army Having Disposed of the Austrians Turns Twenty Army Corps Against the Germans in East MAKE NO PEACE EXCEPT FOR ALL London Sept 5 Great ers taken included 3eit German his suddpnh n 1 1 it, been moved from n hwud Le Oo'-ma ppti nerzgovina provinces) _ TihMi break out sjimijtaneouslv movements in Boheooa smd anm, Vbama, Sept r 3'jr't-nsjri n troops, 1-d by Crcnrrflls- 3 2 J no ntolf and itch 1 ave nc tupKd> the coast between and Cattaro A'S.TR SrmjILR u nr BRITISH Condon, Sept sinking of the in thi1 Bat of Col. Agent, j Will-Buy iHorses at the'Barfacks LIST OF QUALIFICATIONS W H Tail Held superintendent of the iarm has received hy a "Brit ,a oeramuiuratlon Irani tlie remount of o is now at Medicine Hat, giv ing furthei delglls m regard tq the ons for .horses the govern ment desire tie practical point bcinf, that Uiev will tifco in class A' horses ed this istnai a icfi 1 1 hejve to the cruiwr p t a shot ac'obs o" The uaisip tlen tool ol! of 2f to the ro "ent the 0-11 GERMAN AVIATOR IN AIR FIGHT NEAR PARIS WAS BROUGHT DOWN >H to 15 3 hands in height Has NEEDED A3AINST lvn u from BiMiC'f ?nd claiuiithat Gennsn a el is the pui chasing agent and he jttiH be here on Thnrndav September ,lft Supt has offered the Jt en r j j barm Kb cois'ls lor the inspection and these w 11 lifreU he used, Tne ich crossel the Ifcbiae tT t Bt-lfort not cftrnp3yo t VMS. o tf tlitj i dot for ef es in P jjsia Ontv a cov e foroe has i 'nit before Bel tort v fc NO PAPER MONDAY being Labi" Doj tnfe Herald will not be cd Bulletins on the npws flijl however rrcen fr etJ, and posted in front of the office Ifr -HwiiPbolders should nMe Uiat ithe stores will be that they will use Zppjeln airships In the above picture artist slices the position of a German airship if attacked bj the smalle- bit no less destructive French aeroplanes Paris, Sept. to approach Paris is reported to; have -been smashed -by the guns of two French aviators'in aiT'aerial battle. H1IKEUH soecifications are very exact aad all contemplate selling otocK should go over them carefully. or Tor icine Ciass 1 to lo 3 hands class B to li 4ge 5 to 1 Riding uot ponies) geldings and (noi. in foil) in fair flesh and 9I01bs imdci Active service tions sound in action, wind, eves practically sound otherwise Strong active and fast Fair rid ing shotildeiB strong quaiters and loins Good constitution Short, vve" shaped back and lens ROOBIJ well ribbed Good clear stra ght aotion Strong deanjegs and shaped and placed Quiet, without e starteti out ujth the realization T-afhithat in live lav their ultimate Touring the South Acquainting Himself With Conditions so He May Dirtct Relief A LIVESTOCK ADVOCATE 'Those farmers in the west who' vice, well broken and mouthed Teeth (ContmucO on Page 2) WAR BULLETIN GERMANS ARRIVED ;TOO" LATE Russians have sui roum ed the at Lublin Rub sian Poland The Germans who were to reinforce, the arrived.too late. FIGHTING FISHING BOATS NOW official information bureau announces today that a Ger- man had sunk fifteen Bntisn fishing boats in tlie North Sea H S Are Some Business Men Taking Advantage of Fanners Government Having Road Work Done to Enable Farmers lo Ol Provide Bare Necessities for Families Through Winter EdMonton A1tiT Sept 'hjis fcovernment that 1 Imttineta men In the south me 1 birh alnong tlie fnrmers working on toni wU for the of the farmers In the drouth- affllcOd dUfrMR lo colleot debfn ooUlnlnt tin o-der on the due autuorl76fi the nn npiihdeniflht tiiftt no such orders wtfr Vo houo 3d the govern KH money ivfll be ptitT to Mhos? ea-nlng It This .tollcj; Is not pursued In the tiuilneiU the TrorX done IVtRMlricillrvYar the purpote of (i'e timtrt affected to jjj i't, iX'fP- t v" I earn a few 10, heip pro for thei! 'aiiillies during ,the winter The goterrimetft hopes that irosmess mm will realize that the families of Oldie ineif must proilded for, and _thatrthe whole object of doinr all the-speolal roail would Be frustrated1 If mnrej were to be taken to rjaj batk debts The business men expectei to help out foi a furthei extension of cre.dk no matter gerusrolii thev rtiaj have beer regard in fhe past Hon. Charles Stewart, Mln Ister of Mas sent instructions to .11] foremen and other officials not tp any money other' to the Man earning it. NO GUNS ON LINERS Washington. British' authorities nr, tin. nnrs tnd n irp teW.. directed that British, passenger Eng.and and the propcsitioL on the land.' "'Iv suns ,0rf nt jto fmt effect have been recehed at llus is thr impress on gained Embaasj FILL ENORMOUS GAPS German general staff 1 a nroved fiom BrtiBSc'n to Mans Bel Sinni ncairr to ti e scene of opera hons The soldiers apparent h have U'-ci 1 rough t from Ixirrame to the western .theatre iw t- II the enormous gaps in: the ranks of then ailv t! 4 Germans ITALIAN MOBILZ4TION IMMINENT Home ordei for a general Live of thr irtmeiit of Agnciikure, nfter :ee motor through thi Urt uth iftect d iteis ol southern i anil Alljjrta Mi is lo get acquainted tuil conditions surruun-ding the slock mdustrv The prime obiect ol his trip ib to gain a fund of re'at'c to the mdtistrv which will aJ m the of recommfeh da lions to Uie department :tlrat (rebult m a concentrition of the work here along the lines most necesaarv j His impression it, rot at all (HIt it comes home to the farmer more forciblj than ever this vfeai Mr is not trving to tell (he farmers that tliev must get into Uve stock in order to declare a dividend Thev have heen, told that so lhat it is almost time thev real zed it and Mr Arkell bthcws that farmer does realize it and mil into the game as soon as he is able The object of the department is [to it easier for the farmer to Into the live stock business b> batting those forces that war iContlnued on Wild Story Wafted from New Lieutenant Gave the News German Invasion Passing Up Paris in Order to Strike a Decisive Blow at the Main Allied Armies BUT THE ALLIES ARE PREPARED London, Sept. English public hungry for news of the operations of the-iaHled-.armies in the western-theatre war, had to content itself with'Vine Tbri-sf offi- cial communications issued from Paris and These only whetted the appetite. Military experts believe the Ger- mans are preparing for. a grand assault upon Paris in the'hops of battering down the defences.of. the capital. This Is in- vestment of Paris, while the .huge mobi 1.2 army of the aNjes is out- side, the to be a logical part of the swift Ger- man campaign. News of the withdrawal of Ger- man troops toward the Prussian frontier is not generally credited, becausfe with their supreme effort In the west as a primary object, the Germans are hardly likely to weaken their forces. -1 War Oversight ffltaifiif nan Army Crumpled A NEW NAVAL BATTLE? Sept ri Following is a siunmarv of the ir overnight While tne official announcements made the British and Ireni-h last mshl were to the t effect that thert had been no change in the situ ation of the belligerent armies unot ficnl reports said that thx German right wing had been checked and lorcctl to ictire on bl Quervtm on the Hiver Sorame, thirU miles north west of Laon, NEtt MOVFMENT The British oih'clal press _ts staieruent said a (jerman movp ment vvai developing in an eastward and southeastern direction The cs. act feeograpli cal location of this nibvemeht was omitted: Further confirmation was received1 in New last night that "hordes of Russian troops .had gone into trance to join the allies aga nst the Germans Their riimbfir was estimat- ed at krtneon 70000 and d tonight siid the Ger- mans v ere operating in the district between Most and lermonde Bel THE KARLSRUHE DiD IT thc 'atter MS VL i lint a naval engagement in the bept D Ine Ger man crurer I-irlsiuhe his ea- 'i.of Italian'forces "was still unsigned at-the moment of telegraph- ing, but it is exoected tolaj The o> indnulual summons is less actlre BXf ENDED TURNING, MOVEMENT has become apparent to i observers here that the Germans do not intend to Engage the allied armies s4nt to me6t them northwest of Paris enerjiv IB Identic making an ex tended turning movement KING ALBERT WOUNDED Albert of Bel gium was? sllghth injured by a sharp nfel he uaa heading he rrftffefcl of tae Belgian troops to gaged and hadly disabled the Brit- ish. cruiser Bristol, off the.: coast of itivli, according to H H ssrpr, a of tin German aimj and killer of cnlj-eight Gcrmins arri litre on the C I> tk. line steamslnp Ugonqum from puer to Columbn on their U join the colors Phe lieu- -vho that a Dutch Mvippei had bi ought to Puerto Columhia that the Karls nilte h id met imi sunk the Brit- ish cutler ofi the tiol om1 un ctast This he t.anl UTS denieil In Bi'iiish of liu lis in n Bcloit mt-eting with tlie Bristol he as sorted, the Karlsruhe captured British t steamships, trans ferrca jhe r passeppers and stores to tut cruiser and then bent tht bhips to tdt lot torn BBLOIANS GETTING INTO TRIM AGAIN News from northern Belgium indi- cates that the Belgian troops are re covering from the gruelling punish- ment inflicted upon them by the Ger- man invaders, and are .resuming their activities. In some quarters tho be- lief-prevails that the German of combination may be radically-changed by" the "Austrian but. in'spite of this, observers are' of-the opinion that Germany must continue her. re- morseless advance in the ivest without considering the misfortunes -of .her ally. pvsD RUSSIAN ARMY -RELEASED These misfortunes are now'admitteS by Vienna, .whence has-come1-'Official admission that the Russians-have cap- tifred bollrLemberg and'Halicz; -TKe Petrograd office now estimates that tlie Russian victories iu- the an Ucton at Tadar so crippled the forces of- the dual mon- archy that onli Russian army corps are to keep; Austria In nheck. This releases .twenty corpa'Tor the.invasion.of Germany SHOULD CAPITAL' OF PRANCE .-JTAUL' If Pans (ails the effect been more or less disco-anted in Lon- don, as the War Office has managed to coiuev the impression to the jqbUc. L ibe-caoturp. of fhe__JEVench capi__.. tal means only fhe prolongation r Thib phase ott the situation brought home British public hns unquestlonablj stimulated recruit g i There is no indication that the A.1 lies m the west intend to assume the aggressne On the other hand the in dlcations are-that.if the Germans, ture Paris effort will he made to render-it a barren triumph by leadJ ing the Germans from position to posi tion on a, series guard actions, II the invaders-are exhausted. The first official communication _ from the capita! of France at Bor deaux. indicates the: failure of a man flank ement, identlv in tended to cut the left wing of 'he al- lies GERMAN MOVEMENT J TOWARD SOUTHWEST i Pans Sept an- nouncement says The enemy is pur suittD his wide He con tinues to leave the entrenched canip of Pans on hib right and to marUi H a southeast direction. FRENCH WAR OFFICE! b OFFICIAL'REPORT The War Office at Bordeaux last night sent the fol.ofting communica tion to the press bureau here On our left the enemy appears to neglect Pans to pursue its turning movement, !t has readied La department of Seme and 11 es, east of passed Rheims and ou west the riv N orth Sea has occurred seems pos Hiblb from a. statement.issued _by-.the official profs burtiu ft said seven German torpedo hoat destroyers had armed at Kiel in a damaged tion and that otlitis were understood j lo be n sunk in tne viumU of the Kiel canal In quarters, [GERMAN RIGHT IS not succeeded today more than on pre ceding davs On our right in Loi ame and in Vosges the fighting pro :eeds with alternative fortunes Man >euge nhiclt is being bom- jarried, resists it was that the vessels n n belong to the German force Uiit was cngiged in the. recent fight with the British oft Heligoland Continued on 2) FORCED TQ. RETR'KAT- Ostend Sept a advance of the German light wing is reported checked The Germans have been obliged to retire on St Quentin The Bowels Castle, a B-- has also hetli sunk Cholera in Berlin, Famine in Vienna Aiding Allied Armies German Dead Placed at While Losses Against the Allies Alone Are Raced at received todav Maiaha'no fet to a cablogram of! Lucia Islands lhe T ordon, Sept Copenhagen die patch to the dated Friday says letteis show that owing to the lact that so many Germans arc at captain ind creuf of lUc Howcr Gas- tlr ofi btlfiri lhe guns of the crui'cr rcnl' fisr1 to bottom They ttffe. IntidM at iano, flont dlfflcull to copo Kith an outbreak of typliold and cholera there. Enormous1 hum: bers ot wounded are at vl cnna, mvlng to the nieat Ine, the ceoplt have beejt compelled to become i German Losses The Dallv Mails coiiespondent Gisors, a French town near Bcauvais, estimates the total losses of the Allies at and tbe losses of the der mans at 200 000 He says a moderate estimate of the German losses J thorn at JO pel cent at least t German The Copenhagen correspondent lA the 'The Germans mourning dead."