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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - February 9, 1916, Lethbridge, Alberta VOLUME IX, LETHBRIDGE, ALBERTA, WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 9, 191G NUMBER 50 Sir Wilfrid Endorses Resolution in Splendidly Patriotic Address ? : ? ? ? ? ? ? : ? NEED BAKERS OtUiwH, Fob. U.-Tlie Ueparl.-iiimit or Mllftlu (loBlreH lo 6o-ciire 12.1 competent biikors tor overseuH Hurvlco. AppltfiWits Tor tlioau i>08ltlonH iii'o advised lo illw Yurk, .\. \.. Kcli. !).-Advices i ScRravc on sinlit lln' l^.iion said, received hero todav assert thai, the "I'leasc Ood, today 1 will avenge. , , , Ocrrnan warship Koon, allaRcd to bo Craddnck." Thq Jiooni was severely Seagrave was in command of the the 'ht be filled hv deliv-i at K.'ic. deli\ery to be made in Oc-| ing done. The result was that, in or- erv by Oct. IflK! or later, tober, the grain men came out win- der to protect themselves in the. For the defendant, it was endeavor- ? London, Feb. !i.-Dispatches from PctroKrad published in ilie morning iiajiers declare that the convocation of the Duma lias been received with genuine relief and the universal ex.ueclatlon that It will clear the !)oiitical atmosiihere. .;. .;. .;. May Propose Minister of Aviation-Delegates Will Meet ners. .Judgment was given for the deal, the plaintiff conipany purchased, plaliitifi for $1233.7."!, and costs ot according to the agreement made the action. L. M. .Johnstone for plain-' tilT and W. S. Hall for defendant. cd to set up that Mr. Harris in making the contract clearly under- the responsihility. As a servant of the people, lie realized that tlieir highest and best welfare must be the "Illy consi Gei-j ^^^.^ Williams, wlio has been in today brought before a body of immi-base tor the, (oud, ,vith the work of the district gration inspectors here to explain al- Sarnia, Ont., Feb. 9.-Rev. a. a. man sympathisers as has bern promoted; nadu. rank of major while She is adoptln.; at Bucharest moThod^s I " '""'T. "' ^"^ "'""'y-^T' ''^T identical to' thoHe she attempied with . f,::^"SfcY & uartet "a ' l" Italy before the latter's intervention. I "."!' htadquaiters at Cal- Iter main eiTorts are now directed to-1 "'m./i,.,. n!v,,,. i u.... , ward provoking a ministerial crisis. I Tli^^' since,her husband had been the incum- leged. pro-German sentiments and ut- Hinco she roali'/PK that ,nlv , ,..,l,inf,( ini^^ernmeni, camp, ana: copies wore mane oi conposed^^^^^^^^ '"'^ ^'^^""^''^ with the i cords alleged lo have .oud n'venl 110X1 la's' stam wTi '''T^- '"'^ '^^"T- "! " '""^''^ �' 111.. niHA� " I '""^ '"''^1' several times compli- plcion. ______ I iiii-nted bv General Sir Wm. Otter, - ilER ly JOINS inspector of internment camps. ! bent, made ;i strong plea for the po- terances. Holzer emphatically denied Rpnnris of tbi,^ i-hnra : .;. > .;. MINERS OPPOSE CONSCRIPTION Sea Planes Raid Coast of Kent London, Feb. 9.-Two Gerhnan seaplanes raided the coast of Kent today, dropping several bombs. No casualties have been reported. London, Feb, 9-The creation of a new office of minister of avia-tion Is part of the government program for the development of better defence against air craft attacks in England, according to the Standard. The government will announce next week details of the new scheme of defence, the organization of which has been planned. Prepare for Zepps Precautionary measures against future visits of Zeppelins are being rapidly pushed, not only by the governmient but by local authorities, particularly In districts which suffered most In the last air raid. Restrict Lighting Today 150 representatives of local nulhorltlea in the Midland counties-will raeeet at Birmingham to discuss protective measures. Herbert Samuel issued an order extending to the central and northwestern areas of England restrictions on lighting similar to those already enforced in London. Such lighting restrictiona already Iiave been adopted by the local officials of 'several towns, one of the most stringent orders being adopted Tuesday by the town council at Strat-l"ord-on-Avon, which declares that special vigilance is needed there on account of the great historic value of many landmarks connected with Shakespeare. BIG RAILWAY WRECK CARGO ON FIRE On Saturday evening last the presentation 01 ji" riiiir was made lo Pie. ,, ....... , ,, , , : London, Feb. S.-With liev cargo of' council Blulls. la., lrrow $C00O ii pieces under the leadership of,'Berlin, about 1,500 vards of French . Appleton. Tlie hand has made) posltlon.s. of Hi Corp, uxcBllenl progress during tho. few days it has been organized linU promises to bo n popular organizatloh. Thoy played aovoral aoleotlons dtirlng the evening wlilch showed that they have llie foundation for n very flno hand. , '�� The program was one that appealed to the iiion. This was (julto evident FRANZ BOPP INDICTED Washington, Feb. S.-German Con- plain, straighttorward way told the et.s ate whistling ovc'riieail7and after witir'the"council'aT next"week"s"sos- tlie purpose of reaching, i� more favorable agreenienii ^ � , i , ,. , - r.-- - ----- -.,............... ,...ision of expenses, At pres- 011 the \voods at St. Julien last and safe in the trenches. The real fun ent tho board is paying $50 of the � spring alter lie Imd  been in the begins there. You wonder what'.s in town solicitor's feo.s, $25 per montli crowd just what to expect when the getting into the trenches every man sion for the trtnchcs'are reached. The corporal talk.'i about; that bullet which passed possible, ., n was wounded in the famous charge right by his ear. But vou feel line in the divisii cHmea 'We|e'.j'(jiiQnod Whole .buUalion, Tlia. liud u crowded with men in ithaki ^Vtth only a sprinkling of civilians. Llout.-Col. Pryce-Jones, oflloer foui-mandiiig MlilU, was the chairman for Iho evHuliig, while the wiintsi^of the men in tho smoking line woro'looked inter by Frank Watidington, ^J.'^ 'R. Oliver, R. T. Brymnor and othacs of tho Clti'zens: Oommlttee. anl ficnoral Fran'/ Bono waa iiidiet'ed trenclies two mouths. He was iu the front of you in what is known a� of the .(olnt assessor and collector s iifsairFmncsco^? hospital tor sevtn mouths recovering 'No Man's Land.' At dayliglit the salary and one-half of the jomt oihco lurr tyav n roiinec^^^^^^^ from his wound.-As he told the hig order comes to 'Stand To.' Yoi, tlnnk expenses. calfed CrtUw X to blow m crowd, the medical cqrps wanted to something is going to happen. But it ..... Patriotic f""d Z^. amputate his. arm.after he was generally doesn't. That l^j;^^^^:;^,^^^^;^^^^^ iittacks wore triotic fund, and about $500 moro.  " has been promised. Billy Maclntyce, was no of the well known Macintyro Ranch, could shoot Is tlie largest individual donor with ______^ . a .....V. .ua..,., auu u ptc.w .t.a.,su. �,>u m- chauccs ^ at J u check for $300. 'nu.mas >Iopltiue; Mav whea't- 1261/J little; crooked and-a little weak, but taken. When the Teal heavy attack piobablv ranks second with tVQ,niltj^, July whflat 24% to mo.'it's a mighty good arm yet." starts, the serious biisiuess begins, sum of $00. May � o^t? .......... . 46/8 ' The corporal told ..this by way ol Kvery man must do lus bit. The man ii  T'V/ U"> lit. The man The school stalt at a sliorfc.meeting showing tho very excellent treatment who can keep going the longest wllli- last week passed n resolution 'to* ' accorded the Koltliers who arc so un- out beii ' ' ..... ....... fortunate, as to ;bp wounded in - the lighting lightthg'lines:., ., i one big '"Ph, �ri.i.r t.rnininb- fnr t.lw, wnr 1,�. .Tnl,o, 1 u.,^ nnl .,..1 1....... , UkOWlSB respQIlded, anilftS It being put out is the best piocu ot: coiitrJbuto 'ii per cent, and' aS'uiwh -rhtiiig machinery. ','1 .was m only; moro as was possible o� tho iU 16-'siil- Vi le big attack-on the \\oo,'ls at SI),' arios to tlio l^atiiotlc Fuml. TUo sill- "eats have likowise respQiuled,^H^.I}t'g6lMr61 ear, g^vo ^a �eilrisMftaTj^pjitiMto^ o'tho iwud ot $100Mn.ot(k 'mm ' 8417 40 51 ;