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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - February 8, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta p. VOLUMt; XI. LliTHBRIDGE, ALBERT^; FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 8, 1918 NUMBER f)0 mm STICKS Hoadley Is-New Leader Ottoman Empire In Complete Accord With Teutonic Aims I As Now Expressed .WON'T CONCEDE f RIGHTS OF RACES i IN THEIR EMPIRE Amstordum, Feb. 8.-Turkey is in completo nccord with the attitude of Gennuny and-Austria as exprossetl in the recent � spoeclica of the Qertnan chancol(ur. Count Von ilertllng, and the Austrian foreign minister, Count Ciernin, the Turlti.sji foreign minister, Nesstmy Bey, told tlie chamber of deputies yesterday.VHo also declared: "The Dardanelles will remain open In the future to International traffic na In the past and on the same conditions," "We adhere to the standpoint that tho fate of national groups which were not independent before the war, cannot regulate, except by means of' lnstitu(lon,s created In accordance with the constltUtlorts of each Individ-xial country." , J'he .foreign minister said he rejected all proposals which meant interference In the Internal affairs of the couritpy", and conchi'dcd his address with the declaration that he was in complete accord with the Gorman and Austrian policies. ,ln his address to congress, in reply to which the speech of the Turkish nlinister was made, President Wilson '.said the Turkish portions of the Ottoman Empire should be assured a sec-uro sovereignty but the other natioual-Itic.h now uiider Turkish rule should have "upmolested opportunity of auto-ijpmouB development. He also .said t.Ho..DM'da;ielles should be opened per-maiVently'as a free passage to the hips and comtaerce of all nations under Internatlprial guarantees. (ap^l tpVThe Herald) Ettmontoni Peb. 8,-George Hoadley, member for Okotoks, has been named leader of the opposition for the present aea�)6n. Acting Dep'y (Special to The Herald) Edmonton, Feb\ 8.-Norman Harvey, aecretary of the railway ~ department who hai bcfen acting a� secretary to the pi;emler, has been named acting deputy minister of telephones and railways In succession to W. Harmer,. who has been appointed senator. mm THAT DIPLOMATS Ai TOLBTOGETOUT Bolsheviki Reported To Hav,e Told Entente Ambassadors , To Leave [Capital NOT CONFIRMED r COSSACKS GROW IN STRENGTH NOW Trouble With Poles Cannot Be Settled And They All Resign Amsterdam. Feb. S.-Dr. Von Seyd-lor, the Austrian premier, has tendered the resignation of his entire cabinet to Emperor Charles, according to a despatch froiU Vienna. The resignation of the Von Seydler cabinet, it Is understood in parlin mentary circles In Vienna, is due to the opposition of Polish deputies against special debates and tl\e provis ionnl budget. The opposition of the deputies makes a majority (or the budget doubtful. President Gross, of the lower house, .nnnouncing the Resignation, said that according to the constitution it was necessary to postpono temporarily the sittings of the house. **Let Thiere Be No Doubt of Tl^ Gravity of the Situation" . . J--.-V � Ijondon,-Fefe 8.~(via neuter's Ottawa Agency).-The Times in an editorial on thU^y.dar'B imperial war cabinet, eaysl "Let thero'rjpw no doubt, either'here or in the pomlnlona, about the gravity of the'�ttaatlnn and,amount of labor awaiting It. It Is wi^U th.nt must be done o^'the efficacy of the British people an a nation at war m ill be certain to ftutjci'. Last year wc observed that there were critics in th'i Dominions who'were disposed to ho skeptical aboiil! lhiB,.Thl3 year thoro can be little oxcliac for any such failure to understand !t." The Big Clash Will Come in Belgit^ and Upper Alsace RS ROOPSLOSITH -o MAY RELAX FUEL ORDER IN U. S. NOW "Many Westerners On Furlough -Nanton Officer is Returning The cabinet -of' Dr. Von Seydler, whlcli was formed last June, was reported to have resigned durhig the -J-recent laljor'crisis ia Austria-Hungary. This report, however, was not confirmed. . Dr. Von Seydler was able to bring ftbout.the cessation of the strike by informing laijor delegations on Januarj-20 that It'was the Wish ^6f the Austrian ^emperor.to end the war at the eiirtl!�8t T�d&9lfiie moment by an honorable.'peace. Otheir members of his govei;nment introduced labor and military reforms after which the labor leaders ordered their followers to return to work. This virtually ended the strike In Vienna. A. TTalifax, J'-cb, 8.-The second sleam-V to arrive here with returned sol-(liers since the' disaster of December 6 reached port early yesterday-afternoon.  On board wore 147 officers and 503 men, , The officer.'; are mostly en route to their homes while the men are bound for Quebec, where'they will bo boarded. The Hat of westerners follows: Winnipeg-Lieut. Col. T. G. Ding-wall, Major F. D., Alderson, Captain Malcolm G..MacVicar,'Vlon. Captain A. Paul, Captain,P. C. R. Schiller, Hon. ' Captain J. Fartiuhar, Lieut. T. S. Cook, Major R. ,T. Shore, Lieutenants "SV. Denbigh, A. Massey, C. H. Spragg, A. P. S. Mclioan and I.. D. G. Strutt. other, western points-Major R. E. Cram, Regina;  Major William A. Groves, Saskatoon'; Captain H. Saw-ley, Nanton, Alta.; Captain M. Doyle, Beulah, Man.; Lieutenants G. C. Daw-on,. Moose Jaw; W. G. Ashloy, Alberta; H; R. Aspwell, Stonewall; M. M. Richardson, Saskatchewan. ' Vancouver-Major W. McICay, Cjip-tain II. H.-Ailcott, Hon. Major C. C. Owen, Lieutenants W. L. Darling and A. ii.,Mills. \ ' British Columbia points-Captain A. Turner, Sllverton; Lieut. B. G. Prior, Victoria. O. A. M, Captain T. R. Krpwnrldge; Captain C. S. McKee. .Nurslhg'Sisters-J, Haycock, iZ. 1. ICep-Vel and J.T. Ramsay. � - E Bishop Harker, Magruth, on - Board of New Canadian Co-opierative Co. Toronto, Feb; 8.-Wool growers from all pver Canada who have boon conferring h^re ^for the past three days termiuatetf. their jeliberationa yesterday. Tlje following directors were appointeil to the board of a now Domlnlon-wldo co-operative company to be known as (heCauadian Co-operative Wool Growers, Limited: British Columbia-Geofge C. Haves, ICamloops, B. C. Alberta-J^. , Wv. Renton, Calgary; Loyl Herker, Magrath- Saskatchewari-y. 11. Follettc, Duval, Sask. ^ > Manitoba-George Gordon, Oaklnke, |)Man. / Ontario-C(JI. Robert McEwen, Lon-ffbn; W, A. Dryden. Brooklyii: George L. Telfer, Paris, Ont. Quebec-J. A. McOlarry, Lonpox-ville; J A. McDonald, Shawvillo; M. St.iMarle. Hoes River. New Brun�wlck^AngU8 M. Avard, Snckvllle. , � y Nova Scotia-Stanley Logan, Am-liersrt.^- � . Prince Edward Island-rWlUIam McGregor. V \V of living commlsalpner, I'', O'Connor, Vltli respect to hla asBertlons that there were bxt'oss holdings' of cold storage; produce In the country was condemned shy the convention, A resolution was carried which recommended th4t the findings of the appointed cothhllHslon to Inquire Into tlio cost oD living should pass througlj. the food controller's office. � � IXTENb POLICIES Dbrpnto, Feb: ,8^-Legislation to per Bit insurance'companies to make ar /rang^meuts witli returnt^d soldler'i lo continue ;ln force polloios lakon on!. PV�y munlo'lplilltleB^or thimi will be in-trodueoii' in 'ilie Ontario leglBlaturQ thlH,��8�Iou, Wlll}am Pniudfool, lead-ei'.D|[,,U)Q o^pOHltion, propuHCH to t^rlnic .ta'8k)Cli''a l^lll, vrobithly today. WANT JEWS EXCLUDED Montreal, Feb, 8.-T)ie synod of the diocese of Montreal which concluded Its annual meeting yinterday afternoon, decided against thb- request of the Jews for represeiitatl Bolsheviki Not Seriouo . Amsterdam, Feb. 8.-Advices from BudnpoBl say that County Julius An-drassy, former Hungarian premier, de- Toronto, l-'eb. 8.--Lincoln Kyre, in a special cable to lUo Mail and Empire from Paris, says: - , "Latest information to hand here shows the Germans arc continuing troop concentrations!at throe important points ot the.line. These'appear to be southetlBt- of Antwerp, around the Thionville-Motz dislrict and in upper Alsace. ~ "About the middle of January troops assembled In thea'e parts of the line totalled about SS'aiVlslonsi (about 500,-000 men), many of whuin,came from, the Russian front. , Swiss Take Steps "It seems evldeik^ that the troops In use In Upper Alside could only have one objective-tlnkt which faces them between, the 'DBper Vosges and the Swiss border. la;this way It appears slgnittcant that Si(^itzerland should at present be moblliBing many more troops with the intent- of protecting her frontiers. The" Geriiiun, Swiss and -~" \ Austro-Swlss- frontiers arc at present'\ closed to ail traffic whicli piay mean I further Important niovcincnts ot Gorman troops. Close Belgian Frontier "Advices received here from Holland say that the Belgian frontier ia, too, closed for about a month.. It is also reported that the Germans are iVulUlIng large barracks in Aix-J.a-Chapelle' region to house 100,000 troops. "The enemy seems, .so (ar, to have given no signs as to where he is likely to launch Ills offensive but French military exports deem It probable he win attack on possibly two parts of the French line--In Champagne and Lorraine between Tout and Nancy- with the Intention of forming biK salients 'in the Prem:h line. "It he should Attempt to attack he will find stubborn resistance, for huge preparations have been made by the French." Washington, Feb. 8.--With the total abandonment of heatless Mondays throughout all the states south of Virginia today, fuel administration officials were hopeful that continued warmer weather and improvement In r-Jllway traffic would permit a refaxatlon of the order all over the United States after next Monday. 3-OAY E Foity-Four Bodies of U. S., Troops Found-^Statement of Survivors Landed iHT^ G. P. R. No Shipments Taken Save for Allies-.Sls^sh Passenger Service StrikeiMay ict 18 Calgary, Febi; S^r^riiere is no possibility of th.er;;iiii!B : nda'B flro losses during Janu- * > ary. 1918, l3^2,688,5&6, compar- > if ed with the Decohiber, 1817, COO for January, 1917., ? > The total number o.t.tatRll- ? tics as the result of 'fires' in' the groates number ol flro fn- ? "yeftra. ' > ^ ^ , . ? I* * * *   !�.$�..,>  The Herald special despatch from Ottawa yesterday stating that the duty iwas to bo removed from cattle entering Canada from the , United States .In confirmed today by a despatch over the Canadian Press leased wire. The Herald waa the only Can-ddiah newspaper to carry the Information on Thursday. Following, Is the Canadian Press despatch todayN Official Dlapatch � Ottawa, Feb. S.-The government has ^ put cattle on the tree list. In future cattle on which there was I general, tariff of 2r. per cent plus 71/2 per cent, war tariff may enter Canada free of duty. W. Sb^w, manager al the P'. Burns ,Co. branch here, statee that in his opinion the removal otthefduty will not affect the pricxs on cattle on either side bt.thQ^lIne. What the new order will, 'do,; however, will' be�4o make available to Canadian farmers who j.wlBh to do winter feeding the Btock-clared in the lower house that he was lers from the States it tb^y care to convinced thfellusBian Bolsheviki were I'goacroBB, and pay the vrevailing the piiceH. Montana stockers wliv now be within reach of ihe farmers of tho t^ethbrldge irrigation beU- who ^hereto tojre.h.ave been going to the Winnipeg market, to secure them.r "The order Bhould reliult In greater production in Sobthern Alberta," said Mr. Shaw ALL SAVED , v riot serious In their peace Intentions. Count Andrassy added: , . ,"The Bolsheviki are Jioping to auc-ceed through their agitation In organizing an army In our midst that�8hall terrorize the goveriin)/ent."  CAPTURE AUTO BANDITS  � Middleboro, Mass., Feb. 8. - Four automobile bandits who started out last night to raid postottlcos on Capo Cod werp captured here today after being fired upon-by otflcer� in this town and at Warehani, VI miles away, WERE RESCUED An,Atlantic Port. Feb.' 8,-Captain .Aliller and the crow of the Bchooaer Emily Anderson,'abandoned at sea Bev-eral days ago, arrived here yesterday on a Britlsli steamer after bolag rescued from the.disabled craft. The lilmlly AnderaoiV was bound from Op-1 High orto to St, .iohn^, Nfld,, wlioro .-jlie 1 li^v^;,-wu� owned,, with a cnrgo of aalU ^ \' F�r�c�tt: Fair and mild. ' Washington, I-'ob. 8.-AH riiembers of. U>c naval armed guard and all Am ericana. ot the crew ot the vessel Were saved v/hen the American steamer Al lamance was torRodoed arid sunk in th6 war Sione last Tuesday, A state department despatch yesterday said �Ix foreigners among tho^ crew were lost. Kdmoutou, Feb. S.-It is stated here that the-legislature may adjourn for three weeks lo allow Premier Stewart to attend (he iitter-trovincial conference at Ottawa. Adjournment may be taken Monday. Fisher Is Speaker Edmonton, Fob. T.-^Hon. C. W. Fisher, mepiber for Cochrane, was unanimously re-elected speaker of the legislative assembly of, Alberta, at the' opening of the' first session of the fourth legislature this afternoon. The motion was made by Premier Stewart seconded >y Hon. C.,R, Mitchell, and there was no opposition.' When the-speaker,took the position he has filled since 1915, he was greeted by general cheering from the members ot the house.. ' . Not Wa�tiii(i Time After the speech (from the throne the premier Informed the assembly that the debate oh tlie address would begin tomorrow after'noon, the'�peak-ers being: W. Rae,-teace Itlver; and Dan Morkenberg, Innlsfall. E. MIchenerof Hed Deer, was present in the house and signed tho roll ot membership..He states that he has as yet received .no officisl intimation of his appointment to the senate, and apparen.^ly no Ucttoni will be taken on the question of IeaderShIp_for'the present, r t Tonight raemberB ot the government and of the' house attended a reception given by the' Lieut. Qbveruor and Mrs. Brett, ' were features of today's 8e8slDri''pl the Canadian Railway 'wft.r hogtrd. Passenger train service will be still further reduced by 42'.i,fl00 - paijBonger train miles,in thq .period bel\#e'eri now and 'the end of April'subject to'c6ii;-,i firmalion from Ottawa." Thlsmeans a saving of 22,000 tons of conlr in .addition to the GG0,0UO tohs already saved in.the same way. ,  No freight, except food for the allies, and fuel will bo loaded oil any Canadian railway on the heatless days. Freight already loaded will move as usual, but during the period when Canadian factories and other producers are Idle because otithe fuel controllers order, the ."railway corij-panies will not make up any new trains. This means a saving not only of the fuel needed to heat buildings, hut also of coal otherwise required in the yard engines. FRANCE IS NOT BLED Has Now 2,700,00b ]^I�n in Field and Making 30,000 Shells a bay : A SERIOUS LOSS Tol-onlo, Feb. 8.-Fire which broke out shortly after six o'clock last, nlglit completely destroyed the garage of the Royal Flying Corps at Armour Heights arid caprlcd with it a number of valuable motors and.motbrcycies. The loss Is eBtlmated at �15;000. ' . Boston, B'eb. 8. Assurance that Prance was not "bled white" was giv^ en a large^ gathering at'the City club last night by Stephana Lazanno, editor ot Le Matin ot Paris. France, he said, now had 2,700,000 men in the field as against 1,500,000 in 1914! and she was making, 300,000 shells a day as against 1,000 when tho war began. � ' ' Since the beginning of the war, ho stated.the French parliament has voted war credits of more yiaii! ?20,00(r,-000,000, all but.two of which base been subscribed by the French people. B'rance, he sald.'liad been able to loan more, than �l,000,000,0d0 to lior .allies and give them 25,000 guns, . WILL SPDR U. S. TO GREATER EFFORT . THAN EVER NOW London, Feb. S.-Revised figures Indicate l*lat the loss of lite on the Tus-cnnia probably was considerably more than yostej'day' estimates. It Is now believed rnmpleto returns will show the number of dead to between 100 and 200. 44 Bodies Found Washington, Feb. S.-Advices to the; war (lopartraent accoimting tor all ex-' cept 113 ot tho 2.150 American soldier.s, who wore aboard tho Tuscauia when' she was submarined Tuesday night, remained unchanged today and officials an.tioualy awaited additional details oxpcclud to clear up the conflict with foreign figures on the losses. Cabin press dispatches from an Irish Ijort l.i.sl night saying that 44 bodies of Amerlran soldiers, battered beyond recognition, had been washed ashore !,'> niile.s from the scone ot the torpedoing dampened hope that the troop losses would prove very small. Ac-' cording to figures given In earlier press dispatches only 101 of those on board, including soldiers, members oCi the ch:\v and passesigers were missing. This had led officials to believe that with the heavy loss first Indicated among the crew that most American soldiers had been saved. r A)Tried Captain London, Feb". 8.-The captain of the-Tuscania wa� Peter McLean not J, L. Henderson, the Times says^ Captafu', McLean last month was awarded the Order of the British Enyilre, on/the recommendation of t^e Board of Trade.I He has been In the service of. the Anchpl- Ijine for twenty years and during the war has carried many cargoes of munitions and foodstuffs safely,^' ).hrougli' the danger zone. ; To Greater Effort ', Ivondom Feb. 8.--That the slriklni'Of-tlie llner-;Eu8(janla will stimulate, the;' IJuited States!;,tp even'greater resfflyo arid sterner, effort's on behalf qt' t^ie fight for democracy Is the opinion generally expressed in editorial conunenf in the morning newspapers. Satisfac-} , tlou Is expressed and congratulations' ' are extended that this, the first dlsas-., ter to any American troops shows the emptiness of the German boast that tho submarines ^^t�uld render the transportation of the American armies impossible and would Intimidate tha., Americans. Nevertheless, it Irdeclar- ^ ed, it Is too much to hope that: the i^uscanla will be the last victim, though the conviction is expressed that the American' nation realizes fuljy' the difficulties ahead and ia prepared to meet them. Mu>t Matter Subs ^ , Some of tjje editorials say that the submarine menace' has not yet been mastered and remains a grave problem to which the. allies, especially Groat Britidn and the United StatM, must devote all their energies in vjeir of the imperative need of keeping'the Atlantic route open. The Dally Telegraph says: "Tho Americans have defied, tfie pirates all these months and �we are , convinced that tho sorrow atad anger which the loss,of life on the Tuscania will occasion will only steel the hearts, of the people to persevere."' "A thousand raeif will step forward > to fill the gap left vacant by each of the dead," says the Dally Mall. "Am-, Orleans are looking the task strj(lglit In the face and dangers and^dlttjcul-. ties, oven-disaster, will only'^aerve to stimulate and steady thorn," DARING THEFT Hamilton, Ont., Feb. 8,rr-FartIcular3 of a" daring theft of J5,006;'from a registered mall bag at Smlthvllle Station, on the T. H. and B., have bepri received here. the proper authorities of exporting/countrloB fai' permits to ex])ort to Canada and to make^'ecommondatlons with Regard thereto, � ' ; ".i. 3. To undertake and Scarry , out such supervision as may- be neoessary of all Industrial und commerdlal on^ ,orpri?.os and JH^ oo-o;ieratlonj; with >roducors to preveufwaete^of, \(i.^or, of raw materials andf"Otpi'0(^uotB, v '. 4, To make recomtjjenflntipns Jar the inninteuance of ,t|ie4se8in^ntjaly';ln Tho Da^y Express declares that the U-boRt that sank the Tuscania did a\^ bad ^ay's work for Germany. It adds: Send More than Ever Baltimore, Md., Feb. 8.-Submaririea' or no submarines, the United StatiM will continue to send troops to Frahce,' declared Secretary ot the Nuvy Dan-., . lels, in referring to tho torpedoing pt: the, Tuscauia, before the BMtimox* i Press.Clubj ' "Just as fast a,s our ships can,carry : men to Kurope, they will go,''CQij'tiii-ued Mr. Daniels. "And just as fa^t as ( they are equipped, they will be aaut and ships'will carry them, and no sua : living will ever again. Bee . Me 'ttoy when our goods will be carried across the Atlantic except in ships flying: the ; flag of the -United States." ' ^Survivors Landed .1 > Washington, Feb, 8.-^The navyrde-', partment'today announced that latest reportp df the survivors of the Tuacua- ! ia show 70. of fleers ana 1,274 enlisted / men ot the army have, been landed ii t >. Buncrana, Ireland; that'll! ottlcot's'.' and seamen of the crew' have hetvn ; landed tvt Lamp, IrolandTand that ap-'j 1 prpxlmately 570 officers and enlisted ^ > men otvthe army have been lauded.at' iBlay, Scotland. � . > < � "In addition," the department v ap'-i r nounc^ment continues: "Approximate- i ly on, Boldlerc. and m'ombers. oti tbe';i; crew are reported to be 'in hoBp^tRls,' Six momber-s pf tl�e crew and ^7,'SOU diei^B ai-o in the military hoBpi,t�l Mi Londonderry. Ten soldlerif - aref Iji^ Louglifoyle hospital at liOi^doud^rryi and nine soldiers and two ot'',the'�!f�iwff pre In the country-biliritt�u-rta4;' "~ donderry." * 1* 04 20 ;