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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 9, 1915, Lethbridge, Alberta VOLUME VIII. LETHRKIDGE. 9, 1915 NUMBER 228 ZEPPELIN RAID ONjHEART OF LONDON London District Has Two Raids in Quick Succession London, Eng. Sept.. 9. Twenty persons were 'killed find '86' others in- jnreci in last night's 'ipelin raid. Hostile air raids on the eastern counties oi: Eng- land mid on London dis- trict were continued last night. Aircraft dropped a number of bombs and casualties and fires re- sulted. The official. ..statement respecting" the raid issued by the press bureau says-: "Hostile aircraft visited th e eastern co unties an d London district Wedne.s- da.y night and dropped i ncen.di ary and expjpsixre bombs. A't midnight a tew casualties had been reported and. some -fires, which we're then T well under control." .War at Cloae Range Lonaon.vSeiJt. raid of Zep- pellns last-night is described by the Pall Mall- Gazette as "London's Hrat glimpse of war at close range." The Evening -Standard speaks of the coolness shown everywhere, but warns the "public against the "notlce- ably widespread and dangerous dis- Allies Concentrating All Forces For Big Move In Dardanelles Sofia, MSI Bnhii and wireless to Tuckeiton, 1ST J., Sept, to clip inf oi mill on iccened from reliable souices, the allies are now concen- trating huge foioes, in- cluding heavy .irhllerj, for a geneial attack on the Dardanelles. Fall In -Two Weeks New York. N.Y.. Sept.' cable to the American from Zurich says: "the. Gazette de..Voss: publishes a ditpatcb from Bucharest saying Pre siclent Therekides of the: Roumanian Chamber of "Deputies said to an. em- ployeeiof an Austrian I am persuaded that the Dardanelles will fall In two "or three weeks.-Then we shall Intervene. 'I advise you to leave the country.' Magrath, Sept 9 court sittings, with Judge Jackson on the bench, were held-here yesterday fore- noon when the cases of U. Wol- ley and; A. 0 Rich versus the toxin of Magrath were heard Ihese gentle dissatisfied with Heir assess Wolley asserted that business position.-to-regard the affair as, of I-ment-notices appealed from the court Last nights official statement con- Vr cerning-thBiairship.' attack stated that .of revision. In presenting his case-Vr the eastern coast and Ixmdon' district.'1 The foregoing guarded reference In- dicates that the-Zeppelins approached the hearf. of the city more closely than on previous occasions. The offllal statement" gives the fol-1 following list-of.casualUeB: Killed, .12 men. 2 women an'd" 6 children; injur- ed seriously: 8 2- women and 2 injured 38 men. 23 women. aad -11 children.. -One soldier was kllled'rand tbree.were -injured. Alt other victims Total Till: ARABIC SINKISjfc ANOTHER IN STRIKE SOUTH WALES Wonderful photo taken b> Prof Still of Purdue Uni erbitj vlnle the lifeboat was drawing avvay and m danger of ierng suckul dovvn Owens Declines Trial by Jury on Serious Charge Jay Ken Owens, who with and L. Darke, .j June last on .a charge of assisting Enemies of His Majesty to escape tji United States, was brought before Me of the other tvv o chu Eeurs Mclven- arrested and Darke The tlirre men were arrestta to court committed by stand trial at the supreme which opens on faept '1st but unuou Owens at was IIIMOUS to July: Jack on in district court this tiled by a judie rat] er than by i morning and pier-ted for a speedy juu and it ft possible that the trial I his means that he will come others may make i similar request before Judte Jackson at in early Just when Jie trial oi the men date instead of being tried in EU will- corae.ofi 13 not certain although preme court before a jury. through his solicitor W-. S; Ball, asked for the privilege 01 electing tor Will- ,3 i-i-iuini it will not be until after preme court meets as the Aus- tSans thev were alleged to speedy "trial" and he" iv as to-lTiave border in automo- COUEIthis inocmnbi hileSr one day Wst June are in the It is possible will detention camp near Banff and will be made fol a similar trial on behalf ,haie to be brought here for the trial. 10 BE NO DELAY u no attempt to extradite Thos Kcljy the original Contractor for the new part of town wheie hib lots were uated above actual cash value He further wno 1S m charge of the shovycd that thi- proptrtv had been Covne states that no increaseirin v luation on Ihe assess ment roll.the last tluee vears while other property outside the business the charges district had not undergone a like JJe'fod" el-ministers Sir Redmond change. The judge in summing up the case stated that although the property un IP, alined in bringing Kelly mpeg it "once since the prosecution hilly .engaged, the prehmm- Ottawa Sept 8 Chai'es Dav- idson s roj al commission ot investi- gation into army contracts plans to leave for the vest about the middle oi the month vt Victoria it will in- quire into the purchase of two sub- marines the money for which was to bv Sir Richard McBnde s while ti ere will also be when he had completed his Gal gurj sentence he was brought un In police court and given one month for. breaking jai1 and In addition 'is to serve the balance of four months which he did not serte on his flnt sentence. EDWARD MOORE DEAD Watbinjton DC Sent 5 i t lollov.1. Cardiff. Wales, Sent. For tlic third time since tile war. began n EtriUe -was called in the South Wales coal dis- trict today. About 3500 min- ers in-t'wo collieries unit work on orders of their leaders, pro- testing against the employ- ment of non-Union miners. Paris, Sept. was very violent fighting last night in the Argonne region, according to an announcement made today by the French War Office. The Ger- mans attacked: the French lines with Oreat ferocity. Ot'tawa, Sept. member of parliament has. been added to the Canadian ..taxes hi. the" person of Dr. Hun-.boidt. Sask., who has 78th.regiment, under com- mand of- Col. Kirkcaldy, of Brandon, Man. Dr. .Neeley, it is understood, is attached to the regiment as medical oflicer.-'- This "makes seven members of par- liament -'attached to thejorces. The others" are; Col. Jack, uurrie, M.P. for of ;tlie 15th Bat- Notable Expert Out Bad Mistake, Made By Germans. Petregrad, via London. Sept. 8. Tarnapol, the Russians have defeated the third German division and the 48th Reserve Di- vision, with an Austrian brigade, capturing 8000 prisoners and 30 guns, besides quickffrers, accord- ing to an official statement issued iast night at the War Office. .Germans Made Mistake London, Sept. upon the changes in the Russian high commands, the. .military 'ex- pert of The Times says that, short of some serious mistake which the Grand Duke has hith- erto shown no signs of making, the- Russians cr.r, now carry on an orderly and recall, fight- ing where they please and for long as it pleases them until the wet geason imposes a halt on Ijheir enemies. The correspondent declares ht fails to understand why the maw of A'ustrian trcops was kept in Galicta during two critical months, instead of being transferred to the. Vllna frorrt for decisive operations there. He. considers that in thlE the Ger- showed poor strategy, and threw away an opportunity which' may never recur Germany Claims Arabic Was About to Ram Sub. Which Sent Her Down NO COMMENT Washington, DC, Sept 9 fierkfany's notQ, explaining the sinking of the Arabic vtith loss of American lives, was await- id today by the Administration officials, who .'declined, to com ment on the Its text contained in Berlin', dispatches: Germany's .Explanation States government concerning sinking of the White Star line steam- er Arabic by the German submarine was communicated to James W Qer- Uups iitei pas cugcrs and crew havt been placed-m boats, presumably 11 not- afirotci bf "tJitse ipstructioiH Arabic tic de to- ward a fieighler as it to attack thf submarine 1 he commander of the un detsea craft remained m doubt as to this intentions, oi the Arabic, whei the latter changed her course a The captain oi the submarine re that he continued 'to observi ol lLc llner L" refer questions re q reparation and Prior to the receipt oi the repcrl compensation to the Hague tor ad- of the submarine lommandet the j admiralty officials were of the belle The note icieil- in detail the u- I that the submarine had been lort commanders ;No reason for-her delay- in Oueen'siSudbury; who will command cavalrv regiments .in New. Brunswick; suon i sptram; Col. Mil', tor Thun- houst devoted two solid der'Bay-and Rainy. .River, who is rwirese'htative 'for Gen. Sir Sam Hughes'" in and, Ur. Wnrnock, M.P. lor Macleod, Alta., who is in charge of remount work. Celebrating Their New Year BARQUE SUNK Sept is announced baro.ue Storesand, which salltli'lro.81 lauique, Ap- ril. 30 .for: Liverpool, has been sunk. Her crew were Mved OR FOR LIEUT GOVERNOR Sept. special dispatch to the Calgary Mera'id from Ottawa states that belief is that Dr.'Brett of Banff will be apr shortly to succeed 'Lielit.'iJoternor Bulyea at Ed- mnnton term expires in Ootobv PASSPORT OF AMERICAN IS CANCELLED Washington, Sept 9 Secretarv Lansing has cancelled the of James F J Aicninaia, mneui-ou correspondent upon whom the Brit- ish Secret Scrv ice men foilnd com- munications irom Dr Constdntin Dumba to his foreign office on the subject of fomenting strikes m Am- 2A-K Ottiber Octdxr Mtt October karUy MARKETS 8514 WEATHER Beginning at.sunset of next week, and continuing until .sunset of the following day, the Day of Atone- iiicnt will'also be celebrated. The Jewish .stores in'tlic city vvill be closed during the. observance of these feasts. Special-sen-icrs "arc being-held in the Moose-'Hall by the, Rev. T. Le- vine an'd M. Sadowski.' The services are helrt: twice a day, and arc- very interesting. The. holi- day is really celebrated as a remind- er-of. the judgment-day, ac- cepted as-a.-pefiqd ..'vvhen the Jews make .expiation' for their sins during the past, year. During the services each- goat-suborn, or 'isho- is .sounded .as a further, remind- er of CHICAGO STUDENTS Sept.-' 'opened; the 'term e'itfected enrolment pennit his return States, when the department of jus- tice'probablj will be called on to de cide if he Ins violated am Iw of the United States in acting as a mess- enger for one of the European belli gerents. i... year educational 1 lorce public meeting of the citizens I: to be held next Tuesday the Y M C A to thoroughlv discusi the extremely difficult financial situ atlon which faces that institution The board of directors have reconi mended that owing to fmanT Stress, the institution be closed It It will be for the citizens to whether this recommendation is be carried out or whether soro means can be found for keeping ybung men's tor some time the has beta under diBiculties financially, and soBK dristu action of some kind roust Ix taken at. once if tbe institution "continue operations. Magrath Farmers Edmonton Sept 9-Major J> B ShOft Of RCpOttl Sandeman, a known rancher of _ the Pine Lake district, vvho was onCi of the first Mberta casualties m tbt, ifagrath, Sept in till war, is refortei misting and bslievet district are leing, asnoisly Iwld dead. Major Swdcmtn ptevjout in barvcvting operatjtau becauM ly 'rep6rttd Bounded swrnafte the great lack of binder J never. lurnW up number j was well known in trict and was highly pop a Scotsman, UlKStandsti' and with I source of supply the ntitatioi 'bfcomins serioiu. t1' ;