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Winnipeg Free Press (Newspaper) - October 23, 1914, Winnipeg, Manitoba Manitoba free Friday useful for Orer 500 purpose Norman the newest Ollar 2 for 25 Cento largest makers of watch cases in inc Brit ish Empire. Suites to let the Allison Wolseley Avenue near Trier Mary land Street. Three four room suites. This Block is one of the Best in the City. In if Block from car. Rent moderate. Simpson Mitchell Ewing second floor Union Trust bldg. Phones m. 4340-4341. Suites to let Alhambra apartments place three Nice i dts of four five six this Block is one of the m just modern in the City convenient in cars. The Imperial Canadian Trust company 355 main Street. Phone main 5754. Suites to rent suites extra modern if Block Corner Jessie Helen six suite Grosvenor Avenue one of the Best in the City. Simpson Mitchell Ewing second floor. Union Trust bldg. Phones main 4340, 4341. To rent Edmonton Street close to Portage ave. 9 rooms 6 bedrooms in first class rendition. Reduced to per Rogers realty co., limited stage ave., win phones main 21 258 Portage ave., Winnipeg Man. 194-5, ghouls massacred by highly to patrol highlanders discovered outrage planned by Uhland Bay netted whole band London oct. France comes a tale of summary Justice done to a band of diabolical Uhland by High Landers. A Highland patrol sergeant a dozen of his men discovered fourteen saddled horses tethered in a farm Yard not far from the Battle front. They heard loud laughter in coarse voices coming from a bedroom above. Believing something was wrong the sergeant his men crept silently up the stairs listened before the door of the bedroom from which came the commotion. What they heard made them gasp with rage. In a moment they had launched themselves through the half open door. The work inside was Sharp olo otly. The highlanders had discovered the unconscious form of a Young girl lying bound across the bed. With blood aflame the highlanders drove into the screaming devils who were the girl s captors ramming horse their bayonets with Savage Joy. Some of the wretches tried to escape by the windows but they were Given no Quarter not a Uhlan was left alive to Tell the Story of How a French girls Honor was avenged by the kitties. How British Navy Heljo belgians continued from Page one insure Westminster Abbey against Aerial attack London oct. 23 1.50 Westminster Abbey has been insured for against damage from aircraft attacks. For the islands. Much of the City is quaint looking old fashioned its main Street is nearly a mile Long is so narrow in parts that two vehicles cannot pass each other. Str Kali has a Good Harbor with two piers from which regular communication by Steamer is maintained with Wick. Aberdeen Leith. The chief object of interest is the mediaeval Cathedral of St Magnus built of red Sandstone in the Norman style dating from the. Twelfth Century. German base in shetlands. London oct. 14 British War vessels discovered raided destroyed a German submarine base in one of the uninhabited rocks of the Shetland islands in the North sea. According to a report from Scot i incl it is said that there was a Large Stock of Oil Battery plates extra torpedoes stored there for the use of submarines striking at the North sea another report concerns a German station near Loch Lomond. It is said to be a sending station. Mes sages have been intercepted constantly but All efforts to find the apparatus have failed so the Rumor runs. Some shipping men believe a Story that the oceanic was struck by a Tor Pedo from a submarine ran upon the rocks of the scottish coast to save the Crew. Such reports As these spread always during War times but the suppression of news by the British censors leads to More than the customary crop of rumours. German Story of War situation Berlin oct. 22. By Way of Amster dam London 8.30 the Ger Man War office makes Public the Fol lowing despatch received from general Headquarters of the army dated this thursday Forenoon the fighting on the Yser canal still continues eleven British War vessels assist the enemy s artillery. East of Dix ride the enemy was re pulsed. Our troops have advanced successfully in the direction of Ypres. The Battles to the Northwest of Jille Are very severe but the enemy is slow in retreating along the whole line fierce attacks from the direction of Toulon Heights South of the la court were repulsed with heavy losses to the French. The fact is the British Admiral com manding the Fleet Ostend wanted to bombard the town but finally was persuaded by the belgian authorities to abstain. In the northeastern War theatre our troops Are pursuing the retreating enemy in the direction of Osso Wetz Otis Isian Poland several Hundred prison ers machine guns were taken. I near Warsaw elsewhere in rub Islan Poland after several Days of Bat i tie no fighting was reported yesterday. The situation is still in a state of Evol i Ullon f. I violent fighting m Galica. London. Oct. A Berlin despatch received Here tonight by the Marconi wireless co., says it is officially announced from i Vienna that the fighting in Middle Gal j Icia has become still More vehement. I the Austro German forces Are Gamins ground All russian attempts to re capture the Magiera Heights been in vain. Our troops have carried the important Heights of Baum Hoehe. Northwest of Yaz Kowice. Many rus sians have been Mafle prisoners among them a russian general. Are looking into aliensm1racter immigration authorities sorting out suspicious germans austrians for detention. Army Navy. These wave of Vic in enthusiastically. London oct. Press Bureau made Public today for t he first time the speech made by lord Crewe Secretary of state for India delivered last tuesday to the officers recently appointed to the government service in no breach in allies lines. London oct. Paris correspondent of the daily chronicle says that although general von Kluck now has on his belgian front the advantage of a practically Complete system of railway communication there is to sign after the hard fighting of the last few Days of any breach in the allies line the powerful Arm of which will be evident to anyone who follows close a the official bulletins. At the Village of Hadingham their front has now reached within six Miles of Lille the Only doubt of the last few Days i the correspondent says has been whether a striking Success in Poland enable the German commanders to Send Back reinforcements to their belgian positions. The Battle of Warsaw appears to Cut out that possibility. At the Eastern end of the Long French line a dangerous German movement at St Michlel on the Meuse seems to be definitely contained. Major Hill will a in command. Saskatoon . Oct. C. R. Hill of 106th Saskatoon Fusiliers will go to the front i. Command of the next contingent from this the other five officers have not yet been decided on. Two Hundred three of the 234 men required from Saskatoon infantry regimen i have already been sworn in examined enough additional men have examined by the doctor passed to More than make up the full quota to be sent from Here. American Cruiser deliver Relief. London oct. Reuter despatch from Alexandria says the american Cruiser North Carolina returned to Beirut Syria yesterday arid left immediately after embarking in Gold for the Relief of Aries other american citizens in the ottoman Empire. The Cruiser will Call at other ports in Syria Smyrna deliver Relief Money will Lanai the remainder at Dedea Gatch european Turkey for constantinople. Disposition of refugees Puzzle Paris oct. Retirement of the belgian army from Antwerp the occupation of towns in Western Bel Gium by the germans has caused a Large influx of belgian soldiers on leave of absence belgian refugees into Paris other French towns. The soldiers who Are resting Here being eted by the population and. The civil Ian refugees treated with every consid ration. Many of the latter Are seek ing employment As they despair of an Early revival of Industry in their coun by. Others of them Are preparing to emigrate to the United states. A despatch from Havre says the problem of the disposition of the Bel Gian refugees is puzzling the belgian government. H. Carton Rte Wiart the belgian minister of Justice is quoted in the despatch As saying under Ordinary circumstances Bel glum produces Only one of her needs in foodstuffs. An attempt to furnish food to the belgians in that part of the country not already ruined would simply result in feeding German soldiers. As to repatriating the belgians after the German occupation hag ended it would be necessary to re open the factories. Many of these have been destroyed. The situation in the country is becoming More und More three thousand refugees have arrived in Havre in the last few Days. The belgian Bureau is furnishing lodging food clothing to the needy then sending them to the Interior of the country. All Telegraph operators Railroad labourers Iron workers Are Given immediate employment. Avlona Albania. Such a step is generally believed Here would resented by any Power at the present moment when the situation m Albania is so serious on account of the War ring tribes the strife Between the contenders for the Crown of the country which was taken off recently by Prince William of wed the ruler of a few months. Premier goes for three weeks rest. Ottawa oct. Robert Bor Den accompanied by lady Borden will leave tomorrow for a three weeks Holiday in the South probably at hot Springs Virginia. The prime minister after his strenuous exacting work of past two months is badly in need of a rest. The question of further Cabinet re organization of filling the six Senate vacancies other pending appointments will be left Over until his return to the capital. Sir George Foster will be acting Premier during sir Robert s absence. Will teach lessons romans lord Crewe replies to criticism of use of asiatics with Pride at their offer. Ndia. Indian the Secretary said will very soon be taking their place on the firing line beside their British comrades. The enemy make it a matter of reproach that we Are employing Asiatic troops in Europe. To that i am prepared to reply in the words of the famous sentence Over he Gateway of the University of Aberdeen tie v say they Lew them but i will this it is not in our eyes a matter of reproach but a matter of Pride that our Indian fellow subjects feel themselves identified with ourselves in the present quarrel i fully expect that the enemy May. Be fore the War ends learn several not unneeded lessons from the Indian troops lessons in chivalry humanity respect for the persons Homes of the poor Ami Humble refuse to return to Antwerp Flushing Holland oct. Total of s 000 penniless belgians quartered today in Flushing refuse absolutely to return to their Homes in Antwerp or other belgian cities in the hands of germans. It is True a thousand Refu gees did go Bstok to Antwerp yester Day an equal number left today but the movement to get Large num Bers to return to the cities in the Possession of the enemy has been futile. All the schools Public buildings of Flushing Are occupied by the Bel Gians. The schools have been Dis missed to accommodate them. The Normal population of this City is 000, but it is Toni a augmented by prob ably belgians Only 2.0co of whom have funds Are Able to pay their Way. The municipality is Bear ing the expense of feeding shelter ing those who Are without Money. Transports not provided. Many refugees Are leaving daily for England but the belgian British governments have not granted the re quest of Flushing for transports to facilitate the movement. All the Muni Cipal officers As Well As the school teachers Are at work feeding the Fugi Tives. Soup meat is Given for Din Antl the other meals consist of meat bread cheese Coffee refugees Wash their clothes the Iron them Cook their meals in the school houses. At night they sleep on Straw under the heat. Physicians Are keeping watch to see that no serious illness Breaks out but the Strain of the whole situation is greater than tie philanthropic citizens of Flushing can stand much Lon Jer. Hundreds of the refugees Are sleep ing in i Sherman s boats in the Harbor on the. Sands along the water front their children in Large numbers play All Day Long. A dutch Cruiser stands guard at the Mouth of the Solis lilt. Heavy Cann Nading Hoard to Day Crom the direction of intend. Will not Trust to assurances bar Harbor. Me., got. Charles Polack Coni Mander of North German Lloyd liner Kro Prinz Essiri Cecile which has been Here since she returned to american Waters More than two months ago after being Al most in sight of British shores today voiced his objections to any summary Transfer of his ship to Boston by order of he Federal court. I will Budge an he. To John s. Wilson United states mar for Maine until i receive further notice in official guarantee. I must i Avo an absolute guarantee that my ship will be sate from attack vessels of belligerent nations that the United states will furnish adequate convoys that my people will be immune from capture imprison ment. I must look out for the Captain said he would not Trust the alleged assurances of great Britain France that the ship s journey would not be interfered with he declared that a United states torpedo boat destroyer would not be sufficient to guard the Cecelia if the British Cruiser Essex or any other Large War vessel should halt the liner. Or. Hodgetts departure. Ottawa oct. Charles Hodg etts medical adviser of Public health who has just been appointed to succeed the late col. J. A. Burland As com missioner for the Canadian red Cross society in , has returned to the fear submarine is sunk in North sea London oct. Secretary of the admiralty announces that the submarine boat b-3, commanded by George f. Cholley is now considerably Over due that it is feared Sie has been sunk in the North sea. A wireless despatch received Here from Berlin tuesday said that e-3 had been Sulc sunday oct. Is by German warships. Her complement consisted of 16 men. Sales by Frank flood British army demands Likely to keep Miles Busy All Winter Wool prices Advance. Free press special Ottawa oct. 22. Canadian textile industries will be kept Busy All Winter supplying orders from the British War office for immense quantities of sweater Coats socks Woolen underwear blankets etc., for which orders Are now being placed by the British Pur chasing agents now in Canada. They Are asking Canadian firms to Supply if possible one million sweater Coats purposes one million of socks blankets Large orders for underwear sheep skip Oats. The prices Quality Are fixed according to Standard regulations by the British War office. A urge number of contractors Are now in Ottawa conferring with the British agents in regard to taking at least a share of the orders to be placed. One difficulty is that the War office regulations provide for inspection of the finished product in London in Stead of in Canada on request of the Canadian manufacturers it is probable that arrangements will be made for having the goods accepted after inspection Here. Raw Wool Supply Short. Another difficulty is in regard to securing sufficient supplies of raw Wool in Canada. British manufacturers Are also looking for Wool there has been a Rush to Sis cure sup plies from the United states. As a result prices there have advanced 20 per cent in the past few Days. Can Adian supplies of Wool Are said to be very much below present require ments. Unscrupulous individuals Are known to Jive been operating at Ottawa of Fering their services to contractors to procure contracts for them by representing their Case to the government on consideration of a percentage com Mission on All contracts received. The matter has been brought to the attention of the government the arrest of Capewell in Toronto is one of the results. Other arrests it is stated on the Sale charge will follow. methods employed by these Confidence men Are to inform the contractors that Only by influence can they obtain the contracts that they ate in a position to exert this influence for a consideration. Sale of persian rugs postponed to tuesday oct. 27th at same time place. The rugs have not yet cleared Cus. Toms As i want these rugs exhibited at least two Days i find it advisable to postpone As above. Phone m. 8144 Frank Pearson. J by r. T. Travers i Public auction Sale at 131 James Street on saturday at 2 . Of a Complete farm outfit 15 head of fresh Mitch cows mostly shorthorn 40 head of horses of these Are two year old Colts. Terms of Cash bal Ance six months credit still be Given on approved joint Lien note bearing 8 per cent. 8 per cent will be allowed for All Cash on credit amounts. , live Stock auctioneer Central horse Exchange 181 James St phone main 2753. Keep your lungs Stag this advice is doubly important the knowledge that every three Mimerta some one in the United states acc Nita to consumption Many reface to realize they Are afflicted until it is too late. It is after colds or sickness from Over work confining duties or when general weakness exists that tubercular germs thrive because the resistive Powers of the body Are weakened. Only with fresh air stash Iii abundant Rich blood can one Hope to arrest their Progress the concentrated fats in Scott s emulsion Farni Nii fuel for Rich blood its rare nourish ment helps strengthen the lungs while it builds up the forces. If you. Work indoors tire easily fed languid or run Down Scott s emulsion a the most strengthening food Medicine known is free from stupefying Dongi. Avoid substitutes. 14-63 Scott bowmen Toronto Onufria. In connection with the demand for Shee Slein Coats it May be mentioned that these Are probably intended for the Indian troops who Wear the sheepskin coat., or posh tin to keep out the intense Winter cold of far Northern India. The posh tin is made like the Coon coat with the hair outside. Local notes. The Young people s society of Beulah Baptist Church Elmwood meets to night at s o clock. This in dramatic night the programme will consist of a Short play entitled the lady from various Elo cautionary numbers. Or. A. C. Zoebelein editor our new York is commencing a series of meeting son prophecy sunday oct. 25, at 3 7 ., in Elm Chapel Sherbrooke Street Ellice Avenue. Cook your supper serve eat it is to be the order of procedure at the supper class which will be opened next saturday at 5 o clock in the House hold science department of the . C.a., under the supervision of miss e Crawford. This class proved Verv popular last year with business girls for whose special convenience it was planned so that they could come straight from work. The committee of the musicians select dance to be held at Manitoba Hall this Friday evening promises a real musical treat with their orchestra of fifty pieces. In addition to the full programme of dancing concert num Bers will be rendered. Good sleep Good health exhausted nerves were fully restored by or. Chase s nerve food. When the nerve Force expended in the Day s work in the act of living is not replenished by restful sleep at night you have cause to be alarmed As physical bankruptcy stares you in the face this letter directs you to the most satisfactory cure for sleeplessness or. Dennis Mackin Maxton sask., writes i have just finished using the sixth Box of or. Chase s nerve food i must say that wheat i commenced using it my nerves were so bad that i could scarcely get any sleep. I would lie in bed nearly All night without Bleep anyone who this trouble knows the misery of sleepless nights. The nerve food helped me from the Start has built up Rny nervous system wonderfully. I now enjoy Good sound sleep instead of feeling tired in the morning i am Strong healthy Well fitted for my finally or. Chase s nerve food -60e a Box 6 for All dealers or Edmanson Bates co., limited Toronto. Thormities today stopped an attempted smuggling of a number of Sarnia aus Trian reservists across the River St. Clair. To port Huron. Two motor boats set out from the american to com vey the foreigners across the austrians were on the River Bank ready to embark when the police appeared on the scene. The austrians fled escaped the motor boats made for the other Side. Arrests Are expected. To build torpedo boats. 23 1 Reuter dispatch from Amsterdam says the Netherlands minister of Marine yester Day asked the chamber for a credit As the first payment for 4 Tor Peljo boats which will be built in hol land to replace 4 ordered in Germany seized by the German government. Stop attempt to smuggle reservists. Cite for a Brief visit prior to his Depar Sarnia out. Oct. The local a sail from Canadian shores on wednesday next proceed Dii act to London to report to the British red Cross society. His duties will be to act under that society More particularly it applies to the sick wounded of the Canadian overseas contingent. He will direct the distribution of supplies sent Over front Canada from Toronto Headquarters. Ihu. It. Grasps Catarrh powder direct to the diseased parti Imp ared blon to. To air Psia go mom drop. Miagi in Taco threat it Sec. Box Mower free. Accept to substitutes. Addict int or 25c. Parta by wanted ten acre improved Market Garden within eight Milts of Corner port age main. Immediate occupation. Price terms must in Goodwyn company 400 building. Phone main 5990. City of Winnipeg notice municipal voters lists of Winnipeg. Notice that the lists of electors of the City of Winnipeg entitled vote at the municipal elections for present year have been completed of the Flats hereunder written that elector or any person entitled to be an elector May Appeal to name of any person added to the said lists who is entitled to Rote or name of any person stricken off said lists who is not titled to according to the provisions Winnipeg charter further take notion that mid application May be made by notice v the assessment commissioner Siat Buch Appeal Wili be heard by Coua to court judge. Dated at Winnipeg this 30th Dot september a.d., 1914. J. W. Haleria assessment commissioner of tha cite of Winnipeg 186 Kin Street. Voters lists can to examined at the office of Tho c1w clerk City Hall at the of the assessment commissioner King Street Winnipeg Appeal in respect of said lists majr had at the office of the said Merit commissioner. Dut Flop Peerless heels like these w carry we look at the snaps offered by the Canadian importing co s fire Sale on Page three. Extra special for the week end to let in the new up to Date apartment Block Corner Salter Machray ave. All Oas finish Maple flooring. 3 rooms 4 private balconies acc conveniences. Apply at Block or 310 Cathedral ave. Phone St. John 2746. Suites to let Douglas Block Carlton Graham five rooms Bath an close in no car fare. Apptt caretaker or Douglas up. Manufacturing furriers phone Garry 4234. 16 Princess

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