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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 2, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta JB.- AIUKUTA. ni PREMIER Krcilcrlcton, Nl.H.. Kchi In the'Meantime 'f Ai-cSl'ili on L MEW N. B: PREMI 'Shortage Aeutc CITY ENDEAVOlUNtt TO .RELIEVE 1'AMINL Is LooUihk Sctllcmcnl Shortly Wilson Has-no corner on r rcucriiiuu, i'-i llo-i. J. A. ?luitay. late mliijs. tcr of ngrlcuUiire; became prc- inicr of .New Ilrunswlek today In succession lo Hon. George J Clnrlic, wlio ban rcs.igneu on iicipiint'of III licallli.. Cases .1. A, J. DONOHOE, Foremost- W. A. HAMILTON, Letlibrldje A (lircclor of-Ibe U, f. A. He Is' president ot the first U. K. A. local lo lie organized .In LelhurMgc-. S, S. DURHAM, Lelhbrldge -Uh Vico-1'rcEldcnt U. I'. A. London, the. 1 isli lioiwlqunitcrs rciiori, us Is-. sued last nlsht, Uic 21M 13th Canadian liallalioas, ami also the N'cwiouiidlan-.l I.'- n-glmcnl w-cre mentioned In connection with raiding onera- rc lovei' 16 somp extent lomorrow Ceo ii.-Maclwy.oi the Western Lanaila lAeencv'lids ordered live carloads o I qliMHri' 'coal'- 'from Pass mines. ...Tht Iflial cSrloau will' be rc-cekcil iomor row aim'Iho-others the iKSglnmiiE o the week -This'-will assure .cltlzenf u c OVCI I ofmisliould-.lehyc ih.elr orders with but the con 1.Tills lo "sumniloh -trouble Is :hem tdfimercilvln-Seailns' largo-hull -Fcr'nie I oficoal'-ls-eiVrcmcly-.shoil here, n .ctudrsiiIferinE.lias yel. occurred r, a resiiltrot: l.Hf-extremely cold cr ami'lhb stoppasc of work last wee at tlioi'c'oal-.Creek The mines are now working. Ihoug Ihcre were a tew of the niemvho he out against relurnlns to work bcfo 111- Boveramcrit -had made .gooil o ''prosWenl iQmliam, 'and' Secretary Carter are Crotlic ieilcrai Manager Wilson is also to livke in the conl That This Soldier's Ability Should Be 2.T-Tl''n slon of Ihe Commons'last nlelif wa enlivened wilh seversrsiie.ccl.icB abb General Lessanl, liicladliiB' one by' S Sam Hughes, who m'a'ilo" some unco pliracntary references ;lo'.his form lilllary associate. Ion" Itodoluhe '.Lemlciix prals neral LeasarJ, and wondered, w had liol hecn elvcn cbmmaml of -ade' The priniB'.niinistcr .agri. "to tlie Hlliityaiid 'acrvlccs of G Ilcihacl 'iillscuBslons w ncral Lcssard, and had-put.lo h rlaln proposals, which he had ur m', Co undertake.'.: These .proposals o ivouW 'ainimunlV'afa'.Vprivately.- to r.. Ncmicux. for U.S. May Attack Allies at Saloniki ns.iiig -Authorizes Statement That No Ultimatum lias Gone (o ITISH ADMIRALTY NAILS HERMAN LIE nics Slalcmcnl That Hospital Ships Are Being Used to Convey Troops Wiisliiiifilnn, Fell. i-y Lansing said lie was unpic- irccl lo disclose whether any iiiminccmciil would lie niade Ottawa, Kob. 2--Parliamcnt got down lo rcsl business yesterday, -pir Robert" Ilordcn's resolution nuthoril ing a war .appropriation of half Athens; via London, Gen. Von Kalkcnhayn is ul Sofia [Q where lie IS presiding .111 w.1Bl trom Calgary ami Ednionlon. important of Ger- iast man', 10 Council Agriculture Asks C operation lo Enable Farme to Keep up Production Winnipeg, Feb. lo patriotism of Ihosc In Iho cities, cannot so overseas, is about to malic by the Canadian Council.of riculturc. Western Canada IE -fa with a, very are will; not be snfliclcnt help No Move Yet Washington, Kcli. ary tUnisim; the inlcmciil liiis morning Ilial ai- no coiniiiiinie.iliim had been cut Id Germany. The secretary refused io'sny whether any in: slriiclions had heen senl to Am- jassaclor Gerard; and declined make any stalenronl-for delay in aiiiibiiiiciiifj the'course of Ilio ilnilcd-Stiilcs. Support for Phoenix, Ariz Teh y passed a icsolulion lappcntd ju' connection. csieiuij. hminrl'llll -war.COllc I in wrccneu uiu suuicicni. uuui lf I uili nil con ion nuthoriz- ininpll.nii od aml chlnook last K-s crop unless farm eillne 1 lllll "1" "in D[ hilt o man, Austrian -n, solncwllcrc ...bout midnight. At arc r'e-.Morccil in some way. o.r pther President "Wilson U'd Mil aiuallack on-ini, by a lvarm breeze from the southwest.; Cannjlall couacll of AEriculturo.- .on action lie miiv take 10 same thins linllC n'v ten o'clock a Chinook was Ectting U was felt, Iliut (he onls billion dollars tor the c j-car, was passed and a lllll ha rear was passed unu uy it sK-en firet readlns-The same thing linllC U; MI-' rfmueclion With nlr I r. l.cmicux. adored ihat at iJ General inl's services, liad. not been availed t because ot the h'oslllity ot Ihe late -minister of niilllla.' Tlic fact was, he aid that the services'of. ftc, most ac osiplislicil coldier of .Canarta had no ceil properly.nlil.lzcd.-.'O' 'General lliiEhes Lcssarilj.yra y no rnciiiis the beat ofTicer. in Cana there" were .utliers, just- as Eopfl, iml on had. been Bnilly" ot actions': which bl-ongllt about his disnlissarbj" any other minister of iiilll.lla In Hie world. Gen -Huilics.llicn made a.Ions state- 1 hfi riTin ir v' (L-hl Ml nctit in TCgnrtJ to tnc .cti liail hecu j.- Thomas While's-bill ibrr'pwlnss for gent .0 one hundred million. ection wllli nir .-pT-'i. II nutriominE-new I Ihesulljecl of yisflKsipn icral purposes ;'un I one nnnuruu miuiu.'. i This is us far as either proposal coulil-he carried 111 one day rules nf Iho House. They will he fur- ther .discussed today ami will prob- ably be'nasseil. Tbe Supply cov- crins a quarter of the main estimates tabled in the House Wednesday-was adopted and 'awaits ilio assent of the uovernor-General in the Senate when that body resumes business Monuay There was considerable discussion of hoth money resolutions, more par ticularly the war vote. The talk re more particularly to recrui ver not been clctincil with surricient-detin OI I IIC Ills cxplalialion, GciiV.l.qs'sarll. liad con: ,.ig Hie eveuinp.. chilly blasl nnd tne senile zephyr met at Maclcod or thereabouts, and round midnight- the merciiry" there dropped froiu 25 above to 15 below in 30 min- Tlie_ychinook still-licld sway this morning throutli the Pans. From 1'in- cher" Creek wesf at II o'clock .Iliis cher ree wes morning Ihe mercury was still 25 above n iiic-Gcrman nolc -Hrilish Lie London, Fch'. i to he yuokss dispikh epcaliii'g'tlic'nllcgilions of mis in-, some [schcinowlilch might prove slnps mil BultnniC wlncll sc-rcltv1 of labor will interfere to" a on Icslimon} of 111 bnt the members found iause.for en- 2S00 troops Uic Htllish S3TSS n uiunc-i.ion ,s narrls'oii th'e D'oiiilnlon waec i-ommls liarribun, un. ..__... ...Mh.n.n oricr Ilarrtsbu, Uc .Domnon In session with Ihe oper Kmou thjs. inorinnB, .J- J- ly u, maiiaging director ol the tonsolldat 1> ana was 'arrivcil al. The nil ami 'opEralbrs'-arc apparently ]0( Ing for Iho poslllon and .perhaiis mimuinB officer was nil Orangeman as was also Ihe mlnislor pt niilllia. Sir Sam's second .complaint against Lcssard was hi-regard; to; .tlie the Toronto reak of the war, be- Harrison's Inycstlgatlon the Increase In the cost ot living. a a l.-Thc neu The now German niessage government, would naturally aiv .ply lo necessitlca oniyr.Ml lu, iusnr- ics- The Increase therefore .woulil no be (iri actual: Increase of Pcr cent. on the present waeca. s i The while IhoiiKhl to be Trilling to accept Ihe finding of Ihe government as rend by .the-govern- inent; -want -furlhcf assurances lhal any. aejecinenL cnlcred Into now wil to ono ..they, can dcpontl on. They do no want lo'havo another labor prob lorn on their hands when April 1 r rlvcs and Ihe old original ngrccnic.. of lfli'> cxplrca. The government 1 acllng hi the'nalure of "go-bcti Opcralpra and-miners will not late 'rllrccl. It Is Iho general Impress Ion Ihat negotiations now hclng ca rlcd on will last for aevcral days. I FOURTEEN YEAHS FOR .THEFT .OF SHOES lite to PiUe Dcimijrk snfcy aso iroiigh Ilic last period. "The violence ot ths inethocls now scrl by the belligerents presages lliat Qr LL Be trict 18 of the U.M.W. of said Chks. Peacock, secrelsry of _tHe. local union, this morning- i he lianile and steam coal fields will" scpl.-sle. All our l.illls dilfer-. svill' be settled at the con- vention. "For ono'thing such a separa- tion make the unions toy weak an organizalioiu and for an- other thing, I do not think the In- ternational board would sanction the split- ..j, Destroys'Buildine, Occupants Into Be- 'r low Zero' Weather Fell." perEons are believed to be deail as a result-of a gas explosion anil .lire which at 1 o'clock this morning destroyed the Ihrcc-stOrey lenement at 813 Fourteenth place, In the hcnri-'of the west side gtolto. A tem- perature of 10 below ?ero- added lo Hie sniterines of the injured and llanl- Ijibrefl'iho firemen anil rescuers. As the burning prevented _ i search' of the ruias at daybreak, mil> l.tsvo boillc.vlias! been recovered, those 1 of "ail! unidentified man about nO Ivcars'dki, who was croshert when the ,valla crumbled and of .-Mrs. Cbarlotlc -A.IS heard [or.miles. By.some freak ot the shock, the build- ncs n yards (listanf.wore'undam- ccd while windows were broken nnny blocks further'distant. .Him- numr ocy llielr desire lo coorerale willi Hafi a Very Bad Month London, reports of British hEadquar- ters, Cerman airmen .had a bad- psriod the last monlh. The daily reports show .Ihat-ljic. allies tc- countcd.for 75'G.erman .machines. The enemy claimed that they brought aowr, 1? allied aeroplanes, inasmuch ?s British headquarters 13 rol returned and .Pensacola, Fla., Feb. States schooner William Jones .wlill Alicante, Span for Fla., was .torpedoed ;b a Goi-man sulimarlne T.ithout warnin and serercly 1! schoq--'.in-si class, icconimodilions on I" rl-.ato Ilic port' slciilllCVS .WC1C lionl I0f Lisbon, Portugal, Spanish Attitude Onc.j: 2 -flic IHllllSlcr I otlawa; rrLSHnile' suli'-! ot' I he inle.iol spc ikinq In the minister of Juslice, wll Jumped overbnir.! cjlier of SOfCl.ll Ihcde, "X rcul'lrislvRBHEerF. is not nniavcllcd: J RRST CANNERY SHIP-SAILS liqlC, IS lltl'lO do 1 Jndgo .Doherty _was _ "jacle n..-j lliat lilC Spl mil LahlllCt, AuwkaVa.nilCT? sca'-'.jn view of UlC nCCCSSllj fOl dc, of (or ai Sp lllisll ncllll lhl> md v reason of Ilic ifriMtj of the circumstances ippeilcd lo Ilic [iiilriglism of the editors lo nd in niainlainm" i cilin disciT ilion. Danes Suspend-Shipping London, 2 fopcn liip itcli lo Hit. Times lliat undcivinliiir! lus been POST OFFICE RETURNS 10 the front as ajin imlco Dbheity was made While nosl oflicc returns tor v: J and tho 'month of Jntwary show coimni falling otC froni the .COO marl; ot November and De- cember; they arc still very v much above Ihoss .of a. year :ngri' -The lotal Imslaess done v thfbueh the local office in 'JanVary. 131T, was til.fl3i.17- W compared wilh Mb.SSS a year- aso. Stamp sales were {1685 as compared will mrjnev- orders issncd as coinparcJ with S1S.252 .and money orders compared with arc ini-s this siimmcr. Tliey organize an'nnlo clnl) 01 or a Bood roads' cluh tiling of Ihat description. h s iic i an 'he c Spot wheat 'as'senlcricea iodaj- h'yMudge a11caa Illng 111 Sllrtl I Tho plan for such a.i orsniinal onj Bot a hoosl ycsler-iay alteniojn boost ycsiernaj 1 ot Trade luncheon. .lack- fl. ililC- i-' 1-ilrc oi IV- 1 U'LICn IUC CIIHJ