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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 13, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta SITUATION Order Them Out of Belgium arid Northern Is Now Halted n Across Tigris Turks At details are availiihle from the tUl noparlmenl as the announcement ol me Servfe commission with regard io the proposal io enforce the Militia Act ami lo call out men for home I jjciicvcdtliatsome such scheme is in but the evict Conn H will Hike is not U is how ever iWliiw authorities will nol enforce the compulsory hut voluntary enlistment Its chance Thceliicf purpose of the U i is lo release some men lor overseas lerlin Announces That Ail Ships Entering Banger Be Sunk Without Further Calls Cabinet to Discuss New Phase of Situation it NOW A PEER on the Tigris f westof bridge VranwaV A direct hit was ano some v Oh Sundayadvance the was re has oaiclallv notlfjod the German au HiorUIos that the must withdraw from of uci eium and norllrern leaving fnw iif iheif headed by Urand linitccl States ministerii Deep Regret ials Are Already Closed and real cslat men tSoVareMybeginning vw TWVJliitWpVUi w A lo Southern Alberta to looX over the at the state department D reijirniiu uua It said gpblraSeTwiiore l10 ly nothing that thisgovernment could few laitweeX on Inml business Inn timt Ilift likelihood n the to warsill a lot of BritishAdmiralty Has No Fear of Will Taks Care United States Have Saiied For Zone i GRAHAM elevated to of the f relief organization soon as to tlie announcement that the tune has expired for all exceptions in the campaign of i turned attention herelodav to questions which confront the American aovenimcntjii whatever next steps may be taken meet the lii the afternoon the cabinet met ana went oveithe Among now being carefully considered are A proposed conference of iieutrms to ouuine rialits of nations not engaged in Vllus has not taken I form ami its statuses hoi fen Nevertheless known the idea has not heen J Loading guns for arming of American merchant I ic preponderance of opinioii among officials who the president on this point favors having the navy turmsli the Aciion on Austriassitviation iirthe new ciimpaign Ihe new Count slill is C1 Rcplvtp for embargoes on VlongiiQrlofpf inactivity the ars in s nreacher pul chairman of i1 statedhere jHCI Liners Arrive Coixidians connalasancei are I eays todaysofLieiol cars twice ad vanced toward itlio jiosltlon thdrcgion of the Serein niouili ano hombifded tlieinjjisltli yesterday oy tlie RUBS on the Soreth the war Several The stale mcntsaVa the assaults were re Colcinaa CJovent Garden Iodine predicls there will B in Great Britain I May Iras been In tlie fdr47 years and base his past lyj in Crewster f iictins land no Belgians ie iieutrarsjiips cnteringtlie1 zones as in Beijtii OllCiat llie inimunity neutral sliips entering tlie lijimy haveH6w expired accbrding iq received sliitement says that t Aldntreai Active In PuWic Elevated Militia and Ontario Included Honors Assb today Bri Hniriittie Licon frarn from Lpnddn January here today and report ed hawing passed through the war being stopped and anythingunus here ihey are do tary work such as pulljri a ed wire rk such as pulljri fenczs digging trtri New Years civilian honors Sis Canadians Sir Hush Graham ol publisher raised j Other lioslors v Grniiil Commander of Michael r GcorEO permanent colonial Knights ram minders uf and Aiuert Kemp Doniinion minister and of1 manutac WflHsun jire niier of of Jllchael super intendent of the Halifax Knights Judge ajter of Ihe cxchenuer lor Mortimer of the Laconia thirtysey andoli the Ascania rnajority being CVrjadianc rcturnlnhfrom visits Hush am whose clevEilpn to the peerr last Anight has not losoVihctiitle erstood tlfat lio would prefer to keep ia namelint wilh an affix U foil llaron aiid Ear Graham already fn4the pel The announcement is accompamet by the statement Hugh wa the United KIngdon for exlraordinar iii promoting an su pr or I lngmea sii res f egua rd ins iute Hie i Frommow onj ilierfcforein all zones the warning il nnil lOUCGr Periods also V it were oarrymg raf passengers perliaps passe ade sub JincDougaJ an wliatIhcy had done m jnei ninse Ins thb nddrcs legislative assembly this afternoon The minister commenled ilioTC Vlonment Ihatliaq lakcn place In the aorth counlry through the bultning of r the JIcArlhiir had pro fofthc scUlcra gettlnc nf Ihe n m ine iirovmru names would be would hla task lo point means for seltlers gettinc coniclllllt for logic iiroduce Uoplylng to fortrothdttliejunjrihmoii icisms of liccause bcr for AV Hie the the ho had nirecisa arecrcating1 considcraolo ha i amongst the sheep herds in Irict and farmers who arc allowing sheen herds lo run in tho are warned againstthe ofthe cxncrimcnlal reports thai he lost 40 head from his other nishl task point out llC7j lllo nishl when several logic 0 wicked variety oBiccr of Ihe 13th hasbccn eivcn the Military Ur uufvpfv llinnoh wcllinfornicd L ii UOn I WU11J iiuyui t tiicin all the worrj i 1iv hv AiccAdniiral Baconrand SnHlwt such successes of heiiiier warrauttheir preUnuaars iVoasis nor aroxise SAYS GERMANY oiidoii Vebr iJ govern Accordirir riews received friendsin tho city no who left wia tne J3in military cross for valiant service mi the Swift crossed from England lo Franco last Before cnlstmt Swift wasa at the pro vlncial He enlisted In the ranks but won officers be fore thebattalion7 Twent Swift was also memuer of Jhe Lethbrldge1 police force Before coming to Canada no iwas tor 10 ycara a meniucr of Hie Briilsh Naval Marines and was China at Ihe time of Ihc Boier attcnipt to hrpak lie resen aK hibckader thc Amencajv govern men misl l says Wkadzne ac ca merm i mercdiaiH vessels imu In the Exchange Telegraph Companys Copenhagen cnt Tlie cofVespondchl reports the announce vessels denarttirc had CHUsed a prpnouiiced sensation American vessels referred to uiu which sailed rom New York for Bordeaiiji qii takes nlace on March poj complete w fin them M tnt i EQvcrnnu Dominion btamc In not scBinBj it CA flftfl ilfin the loans martn o iho Ca nnd that rroviElon il ihosptals sam sup o iho Canadian Northern flhe certain Ihc Itnitcd Ktm Wo wasrnadb torlhe conBlructlonof the Wo branchlines In tho weslltlic railway had undertaken to ueean by a YOUTH sixteen nr nt arid James Ihls Ing by lice MacHonald fo on May Lies track Maywheit Locai track oats may i rwKATHER was Count nornstorfCsyast day In Washington The Ambassador i aad Countess Von Bornstorff nnd iho 16834 embassy siaff late tonight 1533for New take pass I72inge tomorrow Banish ieiAiKrcdcTlcl for 5 The siisni uiuch of the day in anicu io nerspmufriends completing ihe clcvenlh tour Hnai ar alsohad teen for 4 over tho embassy to Swiss German intoresls In thflWalte first time e nrst lime inu s hccn gry paper slates thai operators decided at their annual pest in Calgary last that they vwpiild tnsipi an aerccracnt with the rtat the decision was to hare been kept secrel untUjtlie union approached the operators tirith a posal rihai a new Tsolfar aV tho Herald can learn day from ators will follow such a Itis drawn Such action or ators would cci the the miners miners on both of fii would refusc to recpgniie t ;