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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 25, 1916, Lethbridge, Alberta SKl'TKMBKR 25 Brought Down In Essex; Crew Of One Killed-The Other j With Crew of 22 Captured i FIFTEEN MACHINES TOOK PART IN RAID Outskirts of London Also Visit- eci-Twentv-Eight Killed and; Nearly One Hundred Injured j London, German air-j ship and probably another brought down during a raid over the; eastern counties of Hngland and (lie j outskirts of London, it is officially an-; One airshtn was brought i down in the -southern part of Esses and it is reported another fell- on the Kssex coast. No reports of damage or; casualties have been received. Two Zepps Destroyed London, Sept. Zeppelins which raided eastern counties and, London were brought doivnj and deslroycd In Essex. Tho crew oft one were kiued and that of the other, i 22 men, were captured. Fourteen or; fifteen Zeppelins participated in the I raid. Twenty-eight persons were kill- ed and M iiijurled by bombs dropped bv- raiders in the southern and aonth- easte'fh'districts of London. Detajls of the casualties and damages in tlie pro- vinces are not yet received. .rijw Report via .London, .Sept. tensive'- fires vycre liee'ri caused by the Zeppelin bombard- ment of London, and the English Jlid- land counties on Saturday night, the German official report on the air raid said today. Two of tho Zeppelins were lost as a result of tho fire of ariti-air- craft guns in London, the statement adds. Berlin Story False London, Sept. on the German official report on the Zep- pelin, air raid, tho official announce- ment states: "in addition to the fact that no anti-aircraft defences or plac- es of military importance were dam- aged, this account is full of the usual Eiis-slateinerits." Saw Damaged Zepp London, Sept. Fislnrnicn report having observed :'our Zeppelin, airships Sunday travelling in a south- easterly direction. On-i of the Zeppe- lins was'In a damaged colnlltijn and was being accompanied by boat destroyers. Latest dOBjiati'lics from the East African bat London. Sept. .Fully arm- ed Cretan insurgents numbering are in complete control of the Island of Canea. Ilerac- Jion and other coast towns are in their possession. Creek au- thorities have liinsed over all government buildings lo the Separatist movement. Austro-Gefman Forces Are Defeated.On Upper Rumanians Have New on Offensive In Macedonia. ________ IVIrom-ad. Scpl. Kusshuis and Auslro-Oniians arc cn- in biillU; al vnrious phires on the Russian UK- PripH innrslu-s lo the Kmnanim. fronlicr. it was oIli-iMuch Damage ciallv lumoiina-d loduy. 1'inccn hundred Anstm-C.cm.ans wore capttifcd in the on the tipper Scrclh river. RUMANIAN SUCCESSES Biu-harcst. Sept. lor the Kiimanians in h.illi: Transylvania ami Dobradjii arc reported in an olliwul sUilemcnt. NO CHANGE OiN RUSSIAN FRONT Done-Positions On Ancre bard The Belgian Coast j MORE PRISONERS ARE TAKEN AT NOUVILLE 25.-That Soulliern wil! yield a crop which will-he on an average with the bumper one har- vested last your, is the opinion of Hon. A. L. Sil'lon. premier of is at present visiting Winnwcj! on a business trip Hon Mr. Sil'lon declares the crop is referred io as Dt-m" one, and one. which, while not containing as many freak results, compares very favorably with the best Alberta has ever produced. The northern .part of the province has been slightly alVecled by frost but, on the whole, llie yield from this section will also be high. These conditions, coupled with the bene- ficial' effects of.-prohibition, place Alberta today in a very happy stale.. via London, Sept. events of importance have occurred on either the. western (Hussiun) or (.aueasianjGermans Deliver borne Attacks i fronts, the war otlice announced today. Need in Country Districts Acute Favor Medical Reciprocity RUSSIAN DRIVE ON MACEDONIAN FRONT P'-iris Sept troops on the western end of the! edonian front look the offensive lust night. They captured Hill west of Fiorina, which had been fortified strongly by! here! Bulgarian forces. The Bulgarian counter attack was re- in favor of medical, t j, Klissian artillery and bayonets. reciimreitv. In matter at prer.onl time Albarla stands prac- til-ally alone, as the majority of the other provinces have previously con- cluded IhR arrangement which admits tin: qualified practitioner from tho Drlllsll Isles into a particular pro- vince v.'ithoiil'havins to pass the pro- vincial examination hoard, and also given the Canadian doctor from that j province jtnlus over llie other side. Another resolution which also must 'have ofl'cct on the province is that the association were.unanimous in advo eating tho establishment of rural hos- pitals where such is greatly needed. The resoimion passed was that the Alberta Medical association, approved of the efforts he- ing the, extension of hos- pital accommodation in the province and testified its willingness to co-operate in any efforts made to se- cure and improve hospital facilities in the rural diEiricts. The association recognizes the fact Unit the need in the country districts is at present vory acnte, sad it urges the cstablishmenu Lift Operator at Alexandra Saskatchewan Hotelmen r On rLiiili'iicc nr TnA tel in Painful Will Recover Held to Be Guiltless of the Charges of Conspiracy "f In Verdun Region, Which Are Speedily Repulsed London, Sept. British official report says, the British continue to improve positions south of Ancrc, pushing forward at places into the enemy's ad- vanced trenches. Fifty British aeroplanes raided an important railway junction, much damage. 'Bombard Belgian Coast London, Sept. monitors and destroyers; homharded Belgian coast Sunday between Heyst and Bru. More Prisoners London, Sept. of Neuville St. Vaast the enemy's trenches were entered and prisoners taken, it was officially announced today. Verdun Attack Fails Dominion Minister of Railways Judge: Haggart Aets-Galt Says Paris, 25. German troop Gives a Reason for Failure to'Construct Branches Some tlma a'so S. S. Dunham, vice- He Would Give Rogers Same Punishment" Winnipeg. Sept. Four hours af- last night near Vaux-CUapltre wood. Joday.'p report imys.the attack_jailed..- vi Anothsr 1'St night the Germans attacked-the m of Abbewood and in the region Some time a- -j- i president of the E- A., took up with -or being jailed for cor-tomptby .luciy- Hon Fnmll" Codirane, minister mjGrJt at llie Agricultural College railways and canals at Ottawa, llie nn Edv.'ard was announced today. we repulsed, leaving many dead, it should he left- in tho hands of a local and should be made largely self-supporting as possible The association considers n'-adv ca S tlm iiwili raways a nucstion of getting action on the con- appear to he Inclined to construct branch and askeil that pressure brought to bear. 1 editor of the Winnipeg Teh Benjamin It. W Deacon, news lioek a Telegram repoitpi aid Masce, editor of t'l" Sit urday Post, were releispd hv "Mr lus 1-vrerlv self-supporting as possiuie. brought lo Dear. urdiy Post, were reieiscu uv Th" association considers that the Hon. -Mr. Coohrane has tica Haggart, of the col.t of appeals lioinltil -i-commodation for the cities Mr. Dunham's letter, anil r.'. it staieJ application foi J. vuit of Inbeas l hi nroviir-p is at present adequate J that one of the reasons more worji v> ES Of. tne plovm-v. "L i flin rllellOll Ot _.t _i Inil Rcsina. Sask., Sept Hither a serious accident occurred of the four hotelmen. Clayton Peter- Pridnv nfternbon at the Alexandra grain. Counsel (uioted thi as' saying that Mr. to the neonle of Manitoba ior h-mng 'internal 'hemorrhnse. hrcfi- Hatifein ihereu ing niorc o.uietly tollfty and it is lilraly] cases an fljllB Charge d t..em. he recover. Makes Supreme. Sacrifice at the Front Engineer Injured Business in Kootenay Good (Sno.cin! In' HIP ci'Ji Cranbraok. Sept. II. Thorpe, fo-merly sscfetary ot the Y. M. C. A., Is reported killed In action. D.uriug the rast week. ho ICES than six Cranbrook -names have appeared on the casualty Engineer Injured D. B. Murphy, 'engineer in the em gine preparatory lo starting on his l S-.iinl run. His1 injuries will nccossi-j .late his laying off for. at least six, 1'i'Vncss conditions in Bast Koot-, eniiy arc Bloodily improving. S The hnuir-cr croii on the prairies is the of mwf optimism among local biisi-css men. Large orders are being, placed with wliqlesixlo houses, in fact1 Ihc volume of business transacted dur- Inir the past two_moiiths, Is CO per cent In" advance of' the same period last year. allo understood tlmt Mie is suffering na-.c- j (J 'a 'position io know that the lire- Hospitals aro reuclaring valuable, service to all classes of the people that they merited the hearty support i of the communities which they served.] i r BEST CROP ON. THE CONTINENT Calgary, Sept: Speaking of the Alberta cron, ISO sntl f olmbh more Nine CHEISTMAo SHOWER FOR THE SOLDIERS As_lliero.are a least 2000 Leth- of business transacted iiur- C ilsai Sept tlie it two.months, Is CO per cent I states government mav soon i LIEUT. GO.ODEVE KILLED iftawa Sept. Ar- embargo on llie cxpoit ofw opinion of I; A Crerar president ot th" brain Growers Gram company lircest farmers annotation ot the continent visiting Calgarv on orga l is-atliu wo k thi acrordlng to a from his ti ouf h winch states that nnotber son, Lieut, of Hint oomti Arthur B of the Princess Pa- tricias, Ited been killed in acllon. -l, III llllll. uu.nnv sold foi export as much as the canv over from last year, j GEN, WILLIAMS TO BE RETURNED TO CANADA Cobouig Oil Sept Brig Gen tor illiam tak prisoner last'.Tune, has been .tilt to Switzerland, through an exchange of prisoners. Ho was severely wounded and his Condition is ouch that there wan little hesitancy in making the exchange. Ho will be. re- turned to Canada, London Sept 25 Coorann tion of tile trailing of the Canad- :n ir England with subse- cient lairing given in France cig [ed the attortion of the mm .stcr of the matter being ________ Jit us had been Bounded He enlisted with the 20th Baiten He is in the hospital at suffeling tiom wounds m the left tl igh a id foot Was Formerly Here Other casualties appearing in to- rt us list aie Pte Wilfred C West a Cllsau ho> who a couple of yeirs ago on the local staff of the Bank ot Commerce He enlisted labt August Spot Wheat Track'Wheit Octooar .Wheat October, Oats October Flax closed and U I from .eaclu pc with tho 63rd and went across three of tho.donor may be en- position as principal m. Cori he number of parcels to go over eas with tnelfantrv l3 rep[ crson ia lot limited to j 0 ji. u., returned homo on Tri ]g a. .flnvnlmim'pllt'-Of------- WFAfHEB High I Forecast S- 02 50 Showers In most locali- but partly fair and cool on'TuM- 160 uo tcut in Din or u aiiv 1'iciti to send monev it will be used in con- ---------necliori- with the expenses of tho shower A good piognm has been arranged, Am of tilt, aboxe mentioned articles rrd5 bo tent in bill or if any prefer pi t will 110 rctrcsliniGnlt'. day. Owing to., fie development of severe eav trouble- he v leje ted for tiirtlie'r 'service senl bitl toj CaiiiuUu Air- Ostlui d v ho was lioVn to serve his ronntr> r.gietj the circumstances bill hi had to abido bv the deciBioii'of the medical board He wtek- htei vith a dnft His father is a sergeant m the Arrnv Service Sergt R Lalng whose disablement wis repoiled bv the Heiild on Satm- dav alfao appears in todaj s list ii A B Giaham of the in lorted wounded today He Coleinan boy. W lull tiipi t will 110 rcrcsin. mi: Hemembe. lie Place i M. C. A. audi- spoi-t Sutnnlay and Sundaj in the ana tuo dale Sopteinber with his brother, H Ostlund, lai at 8 p.m. v 45 Londul p in il i! -patch to the Stai f.om Atl.ens former Vunzelob of to Salonika L ''T s ;