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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 10, 1915, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE FOUR THE LETHBIUDGE DAILY HERALD letbbriboc, Siberia DAILY AMP WEEKLY. RATES: dlli, delivered, per M-0" bj nail, per year....... 07 mail, per 1.00 TELEPHONES; Business Offlca Wltortal Office W. A. Buchanan John IfettaglnA Director Businesi Manner ROUND THE CIRCLE OF THE WAR The outstanding feature of yester- day's war news was the Zeppelin raid ovsr England which penetrated to the heart of London for the first time In the war. Twenty people were killed and Stj injured, .bringing the total casualties from Xeppelia raids during the war up to 122 killed and 349 wounded. The attack oC Wednesday Dish; was directed ngainst peaceful, unfortified quar- ters, a further development of the German policy of "frightfuiness" and the suggestion 'of the German press that "London breaking up in smoke and flame" would delight the hearts of the German people. London newspapers describe the raid of Wednesday night as London's first real touch of war at close quar- ters. The people of the great city remained perfectly controlled during the raid, and there was no panic. Simultaneously with the retire- ment .of the Grand Duke Nicholas from tlie leadership of the Russian armies. iu Poland and Galicia, the Czar's forces have taken up the fight with renewed vigor, and their coun ter attacks have been crowned iwith success Near Tarnapol the Rus- sians are stated to have defeated two entire divisions of the enemy, taking SOOO prisoners. In France the Germans have at- tacked the French lines with ferocity liut there Is no indication as to whe- ther these attacks -were successful. Germany's explanation of the sink- ing of the Arabic is that of self-de- fence, stating that tlie submarine commander