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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 7, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta o.i NOW writ THE ALLIES i WORLDS FIGHT FOR RIGHT SATIJUDAV, Al'JIII. 7, 1017 REPUBLIC DRAWS SWORD ON SIDE OF CIVILIZATION 311INERS CAUGHT M EXPLOSlOj COAL CREEK jj Q r- N U. 0. :l Entombs !ii hiUte oi' Them VicliinsrMttM'teiirsiiMl ties Hsis Been Slow. German, Raidw Said to -Now Be Menacing East Coast If The (oHowlna a complete Hal. of those lij.the "Coil mine at. the Is lillk hgpfl.of "rescuing" any of (hem 'J. Alklntp'n', Weil Ftrnle, widow and oIe, widow and IHLIc eTso'n.aC front In the girl at army. West Fern's, and children.' T; Bcrseito.- Joe.Bravln. Eqseltb., %.F.', "A.'Barton, Fernlc, single, Wnv Clark- Fertile, widow and five Ferule, r "v fernle, single.. H. Fallp. J. Fallp. P. GIov, Graconiizl, L. Hector, H. Haydock. A. Leonard, J. Monks, widow. James Hugh Molarkey. H. J. 'J. H. MacOouaall, Meachlm. F. Pallncndle. f Wrn. Creek, Fire Bosa, leaves widow and eight G. Richardson, brother killed al one wounded, James Smllh, Frank Smith, J, Stellga, of'VP.-Corinley, VJugVi H'i' Meachi'nV.arid F. Ben- recovered. (Spdcinl Ht-i lin's sulili'd' occurred.at Icii (wciityi in iiiunbci-.'iljrcTrmiiip whic.li i.v.iii the Siinic niiiiibcr oiic il'wus fciircd liiiirbycirallcclfci Newport News, Va., April The pretence of (he German raid- er oil the Virginia Capes was of- ficially reported fcsre sea- going lug has been-dlspatcVied to sea warn all and In- coming vessels and to order all outgoing veeeels to. turn back. The tug IB equipped with wireless and expected lo reach all ships In the danger zone. 'Passes Ughlahjp. Boston, Mass.; April following message was today re- ceived at'Boston Navy yard from the Nantucket Lightship: "A raider passed Han- tucket choals lightship bound west ai Naval official here reported tfiat the raider had two large stack 'and was painted ,.i clale.color. Her size was report' cd as about tons, Flrtl Breath of War April 7. The report of uff Allan- tie pnris was Hashed along the sca- iKiard loday anil all shipping praollr- ally u'us lied .ujt while naval [jairols out to .cslallUli MIC Identity of mysterious lanes. rciwrtc'd near the H i the Ural IJreaili of war at the doors of am] K.ent a thrill through tlic co'unlry. Tlic first report came from NactuckcL which san- n Blrangcj ship paKElug at 7.20 o'clock this inonilug arc! promrrt- ly fepgiled H to.lhe Boston navy yard and riavy (IcparlmciH. Dcslroycr Holillae are at fiea tn the yldndy and preaumably they heanl t Capos t-aino from llnmpton Hjiads, whc-re slilpiiing liclJ fn port armed craft went to bea lo In- vestlgate. Navy-blliclala ihp. many jwrts of raldor. wMle Ihc soamasl iBJllllSOIl illld HIS (JOVCl'IHHCHf hVCI'.V al high tension will turn out to be unoJTemlliig (ramps. No prcc-aulloiis arc being overlooked, however, and', the navQl-pairol la on the alert to ex-, amttio all strange ships. Offlrtflln j considered It would for a. raider. (6 venture so closu to ports j which arc known to be guarded. I They would expect the raider to tie j off At sea on (he edges of the shipping! Janes, .Instead bC venturing close en- (he Coiniuini Isiiomy oi1 HeprcsciilatiVes Give lU Majority Tor Wsu1 ough to shuro to he oliservcd ond re ported. ,'April day of wilh Germany, irvfrv guveniincnL iitjLncy in ntMitvri. along predetermined the wlrelns.s wirnfnf which It was considered not improbable] lint's, willi congressional'commitlces ill work oil the new coast Ihic nh'd set out to locate (ho thai wireless vrnriiliigs caused by the I mysterious crattl i Meanwhile. shlni was warned not In .venture, out; Soon afterward a icport of a raider off the Virginia mysterious ship passing- Nantucfcel heard -all along and) might be rCapohslble for oilier reports of a cdranierce .raider lying In wait. inivy Mis noSyly power bonl coasl 'patrol Cormorant Destroyed Five Men SC' _ out was within-11- (eel .of men nml Jill well Mnny "a great majority of nnftcrs; Cayt-ih .Occurs. Fc'nilc, April T.rr-Grea1 -lipen m gel Itst'if-names a correct miners ..who were caught I IT the mine last nlghl; 'eavc-hi occurred about ft. mi jo Jr'om Ihb'cnlrniiCQ of .Number Three lioJst al thai "place jias_ II la ihqUElU'lhal sonic slJll in HID. mine jriaj liave ueen'.'cnu'Ent.'under, Uiis cave ns pi the tlmp'ipi llie. liiiyeTpfisscd, tills spot ami nro towards llie 'face- In hbpea of rnon'_turtlier" alone.' '.Slight; Ifdpe's arc Hndhig itny' of Ihoni alive; "'v Work Slow v Apr. the rcscuera at number three yielded- no "more Jesuits Uiac'ovcrlug llio bodies of the thirty in (Iic'inlne. The is" progress very bodies of rock lo .bcF.Jjlasted in order lo make or oilier .bodies. Is rendered more than Oanally. sail pKing ;lo '.thes faCtr'tjiat JucJi" a'largo'proportion ol tlioso rnarrlcd! men Orcr.-U'enly-ILvel children arc left. fn- boss and .'cstoemrrt. I Ic -wpu Itad- cr- In all Boclal .sporls'srid .took ap RUSSIA-WOULD MAKE KAISER OUSTED (er In they were mccl neiL ".Thurstliiy public v fit Cos Crcelt, Vliere he majij .Wm.-' Bird ot leavca' a Widow In hciflth. Ito haa a sbn.ftt Ihc rrbril nncl a Httlc girl IipmG with her mother, -JbcCflmnbc] tamlly. Rtch- but had 'h kilted At the front ami rtiiother'Is su( PAGE PAGE AND FRENCH O -_HN CONFEHENCE .Mar- ahar Viscount .French, com- Jtiander-lri-cliict or the armies v .in (lie Untied-Kingdom, visited Walfer Uic Amcr- lean the cmbas- v sy this morning. rashinEton, Aiirll German at Gu has been blown The Cgrraoraiil refused, .surrender to American forces which u-ent io'Eake possession of her antl waa deMroyed by her crew Tvro German'warrant officers, five ot the .crew wcrcf" killed hi'the ..Tivonty (pfficcrsr' twelve olficers, anil "321 enlisted iiicri-iverc taken prisoners, 'v The navy .department's announcc- nentisald: "Interned German .cruiser Cormorant-nl Guam refused -ta'.sur-'. render., She .liersclE up, killing i-yfo warrant nnd .ciili.sl-- Tvvenly officers, twelve "war- raut otnccrs anil 321 enUsfe'l men ivcrD. lakei) prisoner.'.! .The" message Ihs navy (Icparluient at .rt a.m. tortay. froiii nnniqiii _.Hny. Sinlth. Bovernpr jti Guam .and The Navti; alnttou there. The deatfucllon oi S o'clock L'nlghl, -Washington time. .This i s thti >'i ng Petrograd, offJiisUcv KeK :-ehtki safd ,.ln-an-mterview [ioday. that'll Ihe Germat'n fellow ,tht dethrone'.their} "poiRlble negptia- tions." t--: London. ;Apr. Piews Informed' alien1 cf war" ?fla'.fisr. Gerrriany may' be exfpected 'by .Monday. Jaiieirb, April b( Ihc torpedoed .nrazMian .islcairicr Parana cables tho klllhiE-.of three tT s'everaJ Eallors' by cxplosbh of ship out .wnrnlng ami "dbno_uncc3' ducl or Die Gcrmnn Cheer For 'A Sao crowtla paraded Ing (he national .h'ymfi nnd nflga. Pflradca of Ilic newapapcr pencil wlthonl diadrderi 'Bltej-'lisi ing to l "K FRENCH REPORT Apr. adfng went''on dying last night front south of St. v-.QLle'ntln, the wiar office announced Artillery was very active east of Berry-Au-Bac.- German forces caught.under-iMf fire of' French' -i X.guns rWere '.'dispersed. South of a German -'attack was repulsed. ,v Grenade fiflhting east''of Sapl- -rie'iil -resulted advantageously to West of the Mcuse the German trenches: were BUC- ces'sfully raided by French tropps.-'-. FURTHER ADVANCES v _' Paris, j Apr. -troops advance 'last night'on .thV.new line jn of Ba'ndrLcourt, according to today's _war office statement-- Grenade at- tacks northwest of-Reirns enabled.- >the fur then posl- ttons wrested from' Ihem- by the' ''.offensive CLAIM VICTORY "Berlin, Apr. German statement claims the capture of Russians and..considerable rarlilliry'on the Slohold Hafe (o J2.25 nil uiicirlainty. nctJoii rcinoy-ed .by- the war- yesterday; wheat took aTtiilli1. Iht.s iiiprnlng'tlial sent it up lictorc-Iho close.; lt: wtis :i violent session- the- :wh6al'- c'x- chnnges.'CaslV wheat hag passed Lhc. 2.10 mark while -May. wheat Is quoted at (he highest Vcc on. rec- oril in NIC Winnipeg grain ami Ihc. highest price for wheat within SO i.OcloLer .wheat, thnf Is this year's JiniipbiV--12 -.cents on ,thc govcrnnienl report that. Ihe ulnler wheal lic-.'niily CO per cent nonnai; or 000 nushola. October.whcftt closjstl'lo- day ni This IB 46 cents n.lghcr than wna offered hy Sir Gcorgo poster a month" sgo. .up lt, This morning's i rmoicil al indications rvrfc thai Momlayvwin RCo another In-, erf asp probrihly1 15 high.rccori) for Hour. Sugar jump, being quot J wholesale. Thpjulcp of hDgavllircatcnsUo'-go 2o.nirirt on the' Chicago exchange, anrt'pork has'followed siill. Jumping this morning [rom 534.00 per "barrel. Live hogs'ftrc quoted-In at HP, Ihc lijah pricb In the history of the city, J enough lo inakii '6M lufii green wilh'cnvy. Nnviil niililin juid iiavfil reserves were conVplying willi i to join.the colors. r From many cilics canie Mint Ilic Uiiilcd Sliilca .uitl carried oiil ol Ihc ol juslicc fqr.ilic 6f sixty tlic it lo iillow fit 'v Oilicinls liiid lilKHil'dctci'mincd. lo sliips, iicm-Iy 100 liiiVc bccri scixcil Tor scf-. vice, no Wits nuulu Ilicy jjtv confiscated or t'losc ol tlic sltiLions :ind iiil excepl-lhosc wa's'imlliomccj Apr.' on the ca'asl of "again- bom- bartfed Tast-nlght by. German aero- ..There no': "casual- was -announced ,offkially.. BOAT SUNK. s. r-.New .YorV, Apr. relief.-shin Anna Fostencs, 'Mng worth of flrain lo .lerdani, has been Ge'r- ma'riWubrriarine. Washlnglon, April prospeclive slump of inore ihan' bushels In the wlnlcr wheat crop as compared ivfUi last-year's crop first war feeding "p'rohlcia'tp confront the conn- iry. of the dejiart- ment of agriculture Loduy, the first for" -liarvcsl, -forecast triit niich o[ a-decrcaae; although Uic ac- reage is-much greater. Chicago, April 7.--Wheat prices jumpctl. skyward today on-receipt of :hc jiows that 'Lhc 'govprnnienl croi report: showed the' ilomcstic jn condition far brsB than even the most LulKsli casts had Before Hie. inglou otftcial (igurcs were at hand the "mJrXrirJiad suffered a. .sharr drop on account o[ reports of (hn u ptf __ allt' _ ..inarchHnt sfeani-j ships di "EiiVopc' iatl .been ordered to. returhy .ports. All sucii noreil, after 'the] gbverniiient crop" es- timatfl cnriie.' ExciiDil trailing carried Iho uiiward ascent ot cents in viiriccs, which' were irregiLlar, varying, f rom ftc olf to v.-lih" arid July at 175 to ilaWt, a'sliarp decline'.nil then; nearly in unparalled liill., ....._.. Tienstiry (Itpiii'lhient'duViscd irfpaifs'ot' fiimls; SL'I J'orlli n inovoHcnl lo increase and conserve, llie naliou's fopit- ___ slull's dislribulion- 'Many otiicr.sUnilor aeliyilics .were started after Insl night ihillar -'coiiiniiltcc "also Ifad .v announced Ihc nriny liillniiHlcVVcdnsuIcrjiiipn loday. congressional .ticlioh. Hie only (liing Uic-waj1 jr.cnl nin do lo iiriny nJrccsJs-'lil. order, the ?aac' ;Gennaii sea. raider Apr., 6, via London." Apr.; French army, freed from further active" service th'roii'flh wounds and all decorated valor, are. sailing for New Instruct Harvard students Vinf modern" ''warfare.'- The' Paris Harvard club gave them 3 dinner Thursday. _and the Arnerfcan rnade li them'its'qucsts of honor the Jo I- owinrt. day. L--; MARKEtS Spit iwVul Lacal. track wheat Lobal. track .oats. 63J6 viPv 220 ljeh'..ki -..V 43 32 Fine today and .Sunday Id full slrrngih.. J 1_ II scchn.'tl likely Inrgc of the war's, cp.s.U. for Ihc firsl'iyVaTvalbiirXiiiiay run ahpvc''Hit JpS.oOO.OOO, al'-azu, private secrttify dent Menccal- to the Cuba nevvs bureau ji would'not-ptrifiil Hini ttf EUppqrUths 'state prwar'jbtt de "v Miss RanKin .Overccme, hcsd the firel -V called by the vH.V.-v ehc (Continued o ;