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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 10, 1915, Lethbridge, Alberta IMfe fietaW LETHBRIDGB. ALBERTA. FRIDAY, SEI'TEMUEK 10, NUMBER 229 U.S. MAY YCT SEVER R1AT10NS WITH AUSTRIANS THE LAST CAPTURED Forced Point of Guns to Do Their Fighting New York, Sept. of the passengers arrived iron) Liverpool on the American .liner. .New York, yes- terday was an American doctor who has lived in Asia Minor -10 years, and speaks tlie Turkish language. He said when he left Constantinople 17 days ar.6 the Turks realized that the Dardanelles would be forced shortly the allies and as. a result engi-l nccrs were busy preparing for the I abandonment of the trenches on Gal- j lipoli Peninsula by making ircsh j fences nearer. Constantinople. When i Turkey went into the he said, three 'thousand German officers with through Bulgaria and in battles that i had been fought since they have stood beside the" Turkish soldiers with ma- chine.guns and revolvers to make sure they fought I he Turks hate the Germans the doctor said but feel the) are in thcir-grasp so far as fighting goes. The. Turks- are" taking advantage' of the war to form a permit state and ue sending all of the country IhciL are 60000 wounded solatlR, in the lurlish capital war' Had- been' declared they .ordered ill Creeks -Umenians Jews_and I en Germans to Asia, and over '0 000 lave been thrown out ad Re-adjustment to..be Made- High School Principal Not Yet Appointed A re-adjustment of the classes in the city schools whereby the classes will be' established on'' a more even average, and present' .over-crowded rooms relieved to" a certain extent, -wr D SAPPOWTED Washinjton DC Sept 10 President Wilson devoted .sever- al hours today to .the .itudy of Germany's note on the linking of the Arabic. Official commment was withheld, but it was indicated plainly that the. German explan- ation Is disappointing. In Conference Washington, D.C., Sept. dent 'Wilson and his advisers began the consideration today of Germany's note, explaining the sinking of the White Star liner Arable. The com- munication was understood to be of considerable length, and there were no intimations of the time that would be required for determining the gov- ernment's attitude. SIR WILFRID RECOVERING Ottawa, Ont.. Sept. Wilfrid Laurier, who undel went an operation for the re moval of an abscess and tooth in the General Hospital yester- 4 day, was reported at midnight as progressing favorably. The veteran statesman bore the op- eration well, and. although' he suffered considerable pain dur ing 'the afternoon, and..early ei enmg, he slept a couple of Imurs later. At midnight he 'awakened HIIU tvii his nurses that he was .feeling "not-too had." Sir Wilfrid should he ible to leave the hospital in a few days. Must Re-organize Russian Gcvt. Sept. 9, 4 p. via London, 9.50 a meeting of was discussed .by the school board at the regular meeting'last evening, .at, t vo hum red p-rsons the regular meeting last evening, in the Moscow which the various principals. were a a resolution so. No -definite, action will be taken .until a further report is adopted declaring received .from .the principals as to Robert -Cecil, under-seeretary for' foreign affairs, in a speech at Croydon last, ed the-firm belief that the Dar- danelles expedition was near a great success, which "would have an enormous effect in all said, parts of the world. i adopted declaring mat me icuim- struction ot the government; under the guidance of a ministry enjoying the confidence of Itc 'country was an imperious necessity.'. Stay at Homes Fight at Ottawa Ottawa, Ont., Sept.: argu ment over the war at the city market place, culminated in a free tight am- ong a number of men of Russian Aus trian, French and other riatlonaMi" in which knives -were used. One man is in the hospital and several arrests have been made. NEAR SUCCESS AT THE DARDANELLES London. Sept. 10. Lord be disastrous. just what plan would' be most, feas- ible and satisfactory. Many of the rooms .in' the .various schools are'quite crowded at pres- ent, and this indications arc that they will be. even'more so as the term proceeds, increases being shown in attendance nearly every day. Other classes, however, are somewhat short of thV average, and some scheme is to lie devised whereby the classes will be evened up, though it 'may mean the transfer of some pupils from one school to'another.: Central school appears to be the favorite for attendance, owing to. 'its central lo- lel.ef roon Kaf ofbniy lately according to report, reaching for the Dominion ,15 has been' here. It became an .officer m necessary., for-the pupils .to double able time ago that ur. ,ua which is not. desirable..'An immediate- had hccn transferred irom Turmoil at Coutts Over Recent Shake-up of 'Govt. Veterinaries x Milk Bivci Sept. has formerly went-Liberal. It was not Wllllt -____ New. York, N.Y., Sept. jiint Anglo-French financial com- misaion of ;six members, deputed by 'Great Britain and France to foreign exchange New York today. aboard steamsiilp Lapland .from" Liverpool. were met at quarantine bv J. P. Morgan s and'H. Pi Davison of the Morgan firm, who escorted them: to their headquarters here. This after- noon ,thc commission will meet a of New York bankers in the library of Mr. Morgan's- home, and enter upon the first of a series of negotiations look- Ing.toward the establishment of a foreign credit loan. Canada Cr.lled In _York, Sept, became known today that Canada, probably ;for the first time in the history of the Dominion, is to be consulted in negotiations for the contemplated flotation of a for- eign-credit loan. W. T. White, Canadian .minister of finance, ac- cording to an Ottawa dispatch, left the Dominion capital last night to join the commission here. sept. Trades Union Congress, repre- senting more than or- ganized English workers, reject- ed by-an overwhelming vote to- day a resolution calling upon the Parliamentary committee of- the -babor party to formulate and ad- vocate of -satisfact- ory- to the' working-classes. Increase in Light Rates Made Soor Fernie Officials Blamed by fudge Vlotorla, BO Sept- Hon. W. J. BbwseEfannoilnced today the finding of Judge Forth of Nelson, whom the Attorney-Genera! as acting Minister of Mines appointed a commissioner to inquire into the causes of :the disaster at B North: mine, Coal Creek, on Jan- uary 2 1915 when two lives were "iost. Judge Form reports Bernard Caul- mamger of the mine, and Wil- situation is felt to be remedy fo necessary. No Appointment Yet N'o decision has the hoard as to- et been, reached by the permanent ap- ra pointmenl'of a high master, although. R. has been assistant principal, js acting princi- pal at present. The idea of the board js to combine'the positions of high principal.'and superintendent o( schools time: at least, until the] :financial situation. .that it be possible -to separate.-the posi- A -permane'ut 'appointment may not be made'for some-time, although en ie e vative associations, local and federal ad hccn ranser He soon was a? Tor} Medicine Hat in. order- to give. -Dr. leader in the Milk River country It Patton the berth of reUrmary omp- soon develop one niQQtil. ped that he had been ap- to the veterinary ice .hoard applicatiqiii was the ground 'that no. increisMiHo' any of the other pit had -bceii allow- ri annv-MiSp on the ground -llni! -Mie estimates had uircadl- bceii er there had been moved back- thete. pointed er ere a and that Dr -Patton. hail been-trans-i again. He used to be the vetmnary. -1 a r to Edmontpni.Krom that mo-follicer at Coutts but .for certain rca- ws asl [cTC to monpi.m ment the disturbance started.- .iPalUjn sons he gave up the Job or was asl men e s and his. political friends objected to ed to resign. At lhat.time he was a e his artt government a few years understood that thevdpshot o i-lfis unersooa the whole rumpus is the appointment tako a different .view. Anyway he got of Dr Cowan of Edmontonj-ito'i-the his old. job again and .was holding it CouMs'iob, Dn- Patton goingrto >Ed-; nicely when-the .transfer to Edmon- monton and Dr. came along. This did not iuit Medicine1 Hat. There :.are'.those..- who thr. local powers that te. The Dr think that the shift.ls only: tempoV-i was T''-8 Plans wcn -arj' and' that Patton .will sobnr-- iei party interestes. Some, people back at Coutls. The row was. a poli-i say that.was the purpose of his apr tical one polntment; TOen it became everybody' Patton used that'hc was to.-go to .IJdmonlon a T Serai; His.defiiat by- .was an unroar. The plans had been Leflingwei; changed .his sympathits turned topsyturvy. -There was much and he was taken, under .the bf talking, -writing-, and threatening and the Tories in that.hccould 'finally the shuffle-above, outlined, it hand them over, .some" is understood, was arranged. ciegin overman, were f fl H d t McPegans cenificate for Qermhns in Party Couldn't Land Sarnia, was learn oll here vesterdaj that 200 Detroit liquor dealers aboard the steamer 01- cott :we're..refused permission to go ashore at because the-party included a number of Germans. 'MARKETS October wtisat October October t WEATHER Hijh Low J Fair and cool. 35 llaim Now Made That German Ambass- ador Also Used American to Carry Arises Action to increase electric Hgh rates will probably .be taken fay th city commissioners at. the regula ineeting on Monday, when the s.uppl mentary report oC-Commissioner Rei showing the ariiount of light and pbv er used to date during this year, wi ue presented. An increase of aboi Ic. per 'k.w. hour will be necessary i the rates in'order to cover up def cits in operating expenses of the d .pertinent. Commissioner Reid e ilained this morning that it was IE passible to cut operating'expenses o lie plant down further, as a certai staff of employees was necessary fo the efficient 'operation of the plan whether ".the. production of power wa arge or small. "We could produce three times th amount of power-that-we are doin at present.with the.same staff. If w md users for that .amount of power, we would-be cutting down our rates j instead of increasing them." I While the power house lias produc- ed over a-quarter, of a million tilowat less power so far. this year than :or the same period of last year, the cost of operation lias been cut down much more in proportion. English Forsake Ottawa College Ottawa, Ont., Sept. threat- ened boycott of Ottawa University, because of the removal. of English-, speaking priests :frpftf the teaching staff materialized' yesterday, when the institution opened with an Eng- lish-speaking registration of only SO, compared with'. 400 last, year. The total registration'' is 530, year it was 767. -V'- Washington D.C., Sept. sador Penfield, at Vienna, has been nstriicted. by cable, to inform the government that )r. Constantin Dumba no longer is acceptable as an envoy to the Unit- ed States, and to ask for his recall. Secretary Lansing formally an- lounced th., action as the answer of. he American government to Dr. Dumba's explanation of his intercept- ed letter to Vienna outlining plans for handicapping plants in this coun- try making war supplies for the AI- 33. May Have Serious Results Washington, D.C., Sept.. ot Austria-Hungary's, reception of tpe American note requesting the recall of Ambassador Diimba was eagerly awaited here today in government diplomatic circles. Officials-, of the Administration appeared optimistic in he belief that the affair would notire- sult in any international -Issue, while diplomats close.to tlie Austro-Huhgary embassy were understood to believe that- tlie Vienna .government, imme- diately ..would-, comrfly. .with the-je- the .in some circles that Vienna, hesitate to comply with Secretary Lansing's request, it was admitted that a situation might arise which would have a serious effect on the relations between the two governments. The text ot thf note was held.clearly to indicate Washington's desire to have Dr Dumba recalled .without stirring up'a diplomatic issue. It-was point- ed'out however, that if. the Vienna Foreign Office should determine to uphold the Ambassador, a severance ol; diplomatic relations would result. Germany Now Involved Sept. dent Wilson's request, to Austria to recall her Ambassador, Dr. Constan- lin Theodore Dumba, has faronght ab- out a situation which contains tlie possibilities to other dip- lomats of the Germanic allies. Dr. Dumba used James F. J. Archi- bald, an American hearing an Ameri- can passport, as a messenger to carry- communication to the Vienna for- eign office. Although it has not been called of- ficially to the attention of this gov- ernment, the State department un- derstands unofficially that Archibald alio carried a communication tor Cap- tain von Panen, tlie military attache of.'the German embassy here. Secretary Lansing said today that the American government considers the sending of any communication in the manner which Dr. Dumba used an abuse'of an American passport. .i While all officials refused 'to the salaries of the >eed inspectors, and not all the ratepayers If the minister of muni- cipalities makes no.bblection a charge of ?2 00 per quarter section will 'be made against land on ,iosious weeds are destroyed, in addition to the actual cost of deslrojing; the weeds, to offset the expense of em- plojing weed A reso'm- tlor to that cffeiit.has been passed and submitted to the Minister of Mun- icipalities for his approi al At the regular meeting of the coun- cil in town on Mondav afternoon, bills totalling 11880 for destrovinr were examined and passed The; did! not include the weed lajpectors' sal- aries, and not all the Nils teeis received. A considerable, porting this amount will be applied ai pay- ment for taxes of did the work. H. J. Scott and Robert Farrle.s weril appointed t'p.x collectors, eration to be 10 per cent of all fr rears collected by them. Winnipeg, Feb dead body of J B Pnngle, for over 10 manager of J H Ashdown, whole- sale haidware house, until his resig- nation two months ago, found in the Red rucr toda) under circum- stances which are being investigated. Both front trousers pockets were m- sidc out, though m the hip pocket was m cash and in theTCSt was a V'd watch Mr. Pnngle un- married and 15 years old. Street Railway I Earnings lump More than more passengers were carried In August ot this year on the civic street railway than .were car? ried in .Tuh, according- to Commission- er Reid's monthly report. The pas- sengers carried in. August totalled as against in July, and in August of last year earnings for August were 13589.40, M aolnat 43276.33 in July, and I31P3 31 ft August of last year The earnings of the park line in August jumped to 11104 35 from in July. MRS. ELIZA1ETH EAMLE .Victoria, BC, Sept. belh Earle, widow of Thomas once M.P, and a of VHtorlt, died yesterday. v ;