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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 16, 1914, Lethbridge, Alberta VOLUME VII. LETHBUIDGE, ALBERTA, WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 16, 1914 NUMBER 234 ROAD TO BUM PESTH GULLIVER PLAYING THE Only One of C. C. C. Co. Mines lo Come Out Right in Past Year LOCAL MINE PAID OVER EXPENSES -A sinister rjiclutc suggesting the present state ol thing" in huiopt ilus dialing recalls in contusl that famous pitc.c of Statuary by Rodin culled "La Main de Dicu anil bhcwmg men and women nestling in the hand ot God iliftcmil hand is here svmboufod It is the hand of mlhtaiibni, the luthlcss hand ot Wai, which has the armies ol Tin ope gi Fiom London Sketch WfflflilfNT Heir-to die-Austrian Throne May Fall Into German AHies of Austnans Fleeing Like Pan c Strategy, Aimed to Help' B-itam and Erance, is Now More Than Justified Home, S'efit Reports received RUSSI Y STRUTGY yesterday Iroin Russian and Austrian j SCLf-SACHIFLCIiNG souices stiow that the Austrian arm "It is onlj mov> "tliat tlic opportun- ics commanded Gene-als Dankl and itv presents, to exhibit m due tVrn AulTi-flbvig are completelj defeat- proportions the Self sacrificing ed and oi ootb is of at the opening c inimurnt tlankl's arnn, with foi th Archduke Karl Jo et.ii, Heir to Vustrian throne, is cut on entirelj irom its communica tions The ERilsSian army operation Itluoueh 'BuKouna has got behind General 1 on armj and cut off its oretreai Gen Dankl s caught in to the of the river purpose ot lujjhtomng the t_sk of her allies The im .ediate to pre- the the Fiench irmv In rapid drvtrsion Tins Rus sia accomphshpd magnificently HCL raid in Fast Piussid right up to Ivomejsberg ihe announcement says, it once relieved the pressure upon Fiante Sin Furfhei a flank of withdnv her best troops from P ranee Crssaclfs is aV-aitmg it Its aruller> and icplace them is Inst, us. and the. hope o! thu is to gel to can accomplish tins onlj after tremendoub losses GEttrfAis 4HMTt TN EVS11 FLEMING UIXE MOB The Morning Fost s correspondent saj s German which had compelling Get many to This movement is still in progress HAST UL I "The orders guen to Hen nenkampfi the "hashing lead- er v, ho commanded the raid into East I russia were such as to jionclusively Russia's LEGISLATURES BUSY Alberta House to Meet October 7 and SaBkatchewan War, Se'sBton's' Open The date for the opeifmg of the session.of. the -Alberta .legislature hat. been set for October 7 The leglsldtuie ill be to ratlfj the cabinet's action as a war gift to the Motherlind bushels of oats. The legislatures Saskatchewan' and Manitoba. opened yester-; day. The Saskatchewan session is' almost wholly a .'war session, and: the provinces gift of lrOO mounts for the British army will also he: presented to meet the- financial situation, and to provide for families of men on active seryice The newly-elected Manitoba leg- islature, which also met afternoon, is in war session. It' is- possible a moratorium: bill may be' passed, dealing with payments. on; ,real property. HUD ILL Stokes-Stephens' Experts Went to Swaet Grass Today to Locate the Site WILL BE IN NORTH OF j soon as thi can be deter mined anti the placed on j the ground, the third oil well m the field 01 Coutts be a First Stage of War in East _ al self sac- rifice in the common cause There Seen stiffened bv divisions, wore bul scanty hopes that Russir IKS virtualls-bcen_defeatcd in succeed in reaching suitable e st "Tier Qermans are retreating! grounds for "decisive ba4Jle Never b e a paufc stntken mob _ Russians already south the significance o! the Frezomal' Of the distiiet, has dis counted These fortresses were in- tended to "bolter the great triangle be tveeii' San rivers and the Carpathian Amuhtains They have proved useless (or. the purpose, ami the question is whether the beaten Ind demoialtred armies can ever Teach Gracow, the oth- er refuge1 there now. It looks almost theless, Russia r nearlj accomplished this, for shtTgot one march 01 the historic battlefields of Bj lau and the, other strongholds Freidlaml Henntiillamplf's orders k.. i-----1. j- ,vetD to take foices as as possible into Hntssia regard to. losses. rt "It should be put_on record now, when changed cifcumstancefa are com pellme Russia to return to a strate gic zon more advantageous to the development of her enormous cs, tlhat she already hab withdrawn a considerable force from Bast Rus- sia and no surprise will be-iclt here if Russia euttrel> within her own is bad for the eSslerij as tor western armiw df the German i the KING CHEERS UP THE GERMAN WOUNDED m English, thanked the King for his Imdncss in visliing liiHi and his fel low countrvmcn, 6 Sefi1 W Dailv Ex- press that King Ocorge, while Nettfey Hospital in (expressed the wish Wfluridal there ed Well its the British He was, toil that this Mas heih; done King.Oeorje rBtliieated' to be shon n tlat put m Scgur as drilling and whobe is npti doun near the 000 foot jMuch interest is centeied ci this dis truTt at the picsent line, M had. .down in writing, and that while he b id promised to do his be had not guaranteed any- thing I E. Greciisbiclds, who Tet-irod j fiom the bond bore Mr. Lovett out in -tins and said' that the board had leceived but little support irom the shareholders and'creditors, 'and said that lot months it was decided- Ij discouraging tc come into the board room s said lull make a de marid for territory, in addition .to an indemnitj tax this is not official, but a high authority states that the grow ing fteling1 among the Belgian popu lace probably force a not willing government to make demands for slices of Germany s Rhine provinces France Wants Alsace The French 'will- ivdnt AIsa.ce-Lor- raiue, and possibly more Poland for Russia i Russia ill demand Poland Italy! and Sen la i-citain provinces of VuatriR ttluTe Denmark ask ior INDEPENDENCE DAWNS IN MEXICO Sept The that American troops have been or- dered to leaic Vc.a Cruz spread rap through the capital list night The crowds were and General Carranza enthusiastic head of the Constitut onahsts, inundated with congratulations ana tckgrims Ons of the govprument ofTiculs, in expressing himself on tht order to General funston said From any stai dpomt this is the gioattst independence dav Mexico has ever seen After ten 5 cars of depres sum is ning ith the assurcit frrendihip ol tBe greatest re PREPARE TO- WITHDRAW .'-THE rnoops Washingtcn feept uere tcmg made litre today for tho of the military forces fiom Cruz, wlio have held tha city Siincc last May in accordanre viln President ,order Of evacuation transports at Newport anil were under or ders to proceed as soon as pos- sihle to N Ta Cruz to tale, Hie forced aboard V short while afferwardb the hattleship now stationed m jSIex- ican waters, Will be withdraftiij mol ordcrs-for haie yet been issued FRENCH MASTERS AT TQUL Retreat in that Direction Cut Off and Germans Must-Go Farther North RELIEF OF FORT TROYON HELPS ALEIES Sept. correspondent' says'? "The relief ot Forfr-Troypn, isililW- ly to nave an important bearlijej on the fate of tne'deunaniiirmy, Tto Germans were investing Port, Tcayat and the noighboiing forW between Toul and Verdun, tlesODiect ot opening a way, ot retreat tfaeli left. "The faiiuiami.thi-l flea BMoa toat the Frencn are Uus valley of Toul.and ,'VerdBtt, Ttonx fore Uie army of the Frederick Hilliom, twd the o! Uurtemberg, will be to Mouse go ther north, and ,.aj tht fatenaj Gap'' BUT, PAKIS'-IS TOO appointment isfwcpressed here flialf t-he rout of the Germans anniw in, France, descriptions of wMEh hive appeared in toe London .papers for the pabt fev days, has produc tive of no such. sensatfipiJaTVrqBttlt as the surtender of Von Eiuck's array, it must be recognized thai very-tang- ible results havfi.followed bffen- srve attacks. An attack on. .'Paris hai been reads impossible'.for some time i rfo come without one of those 3ra itfatic wBuds of fortnnes which lol- loped the appearance 01 the Uhlans at.Senlls. Allies Trave lieen disable to ipMtstieftiiS rtoaHJage gamed vhcn thev fought trie passage of the Aisne, is explained on the ground that the .Germans destroyed ;all the. bridges, and that neither nor the.: French can get their material over ;the river on pontoons. The German army is said to be the1 only one in tne world possessing pontoon bridges capable of supporting beavy trans ports. y GERMAN LETTER TELLS OF LACK AMMUNITION Pans, Sept ii made that significant papers were found in the possession of German GeniTal 1 icise, wfio was made pris- oner and brought to Paris on Sep- tember 11 One was a letter, it is said, inflicting for not replying immediately to 1fce mobil- ization order and ww AuMd July 1. Another paper was a despatch at dressed to General Von Ktack dur- ing the xetrcat, advising him that General Freise's itroops had no more ammunition, and that if he did not receive some i at once he would be lost The report persists that Gener- al Freise attempted sui- cide before he was taken Jpzifioner. GERM iff WOUNDED IIS BAD CONDITION Pans, Sept 16 of 706 wound- ed-7 Germans who arrived at.Laxbchel jesterday were in such a state that thev could not be tranE- lerred from the station to the hospl-> tal, and several died during the day. The mortality generally among the German wcanded is much taeher than that of the French Of French wounded in the hospitals Vichy since the war began, over have been cured and have returaed to the front, while manv more are en con ralescence leave Most of toe French' wounded are suffering from bullet woundc, while 'most of: 'the German's: shell and wounds GERMAN REINFORCEMENTS PASS THROUGH BRUSSELS London, Sept 16 the recent confusing movements o! Ger man forces in Belgium, 1he Oslend correspondent of the Times says he learns that in addition to the Ger man force to the was checked hj the Belgian attack and which was compelled to turn north again, there was a sec ond German army corps moving in the track of other corps This second corps came from Liege or thereabouts and was passing through Brussels all Thursday night and day morning miAiN FUGS ADORN POINCARE'S RESIDENCE Bordeaux, Sept Id Two more German flags, tho-e of the 36th and, 14th Prussian infantry, presented to President Pomcare, have- been placed beside the standards of the 68th anl< 72nd German infantry'in Hlio gfan4 drawing room of the President1! Bjaf.. deaux residence, J ;