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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 19, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta TABERBI ZEPP ATTACS UNPROFITABLE NATIONAL GOVERNMEN vI ABANDONED s v Melbourne correspondent tiio headed by its governorgeneral commissioned Hughes toitoTm nimiliQr v Finer Weiiiner Expected ia xis Fearing HEARS OF 1RlSbNERS RELEASE Washington marine situation and attll tho government an liarciitly watching develop munis to Ispiano taking protect Stales riRhts when iho moment arrives Slackening 6i Iho ruthless campaign in four days Is re I uardedas reducing tho chance oi ai tack States vessel or loss 6t Slates 1ml with I ho com of weather K Therb was no furtherIndication to day oi I before the lah embaBsy tioeii Informed States I sailors taken as prisonora touenuany 1 tlin Yarrowdalo released The tho Swiss to Berlin iho rfor their Imrned previous message Inquired as iothe reason for keeping Ihe Ken and insisting upon their re iisrauBpbf uncertain communication and tne staiqdepartihenl officials were to decide todays dispatch SaTlniariswerMoilts last request or irTrBViouB o v department officials ara sith 3QTHG nir 1 which sworn Tho In aiiil as the v HuglieSfWlli re v tain ihepost premier ami attorneygeneral Joseph Hume ot thV has been given q minister ot Tranedv of Corre of the Associate Zeppelin campalan against London hai been found to be Cessation of the German air attacks on the DrltUh metropolis after Iho latest appearances of the big dirigibles over the city last fall not to forlultious but to deliberate determina tion of the German Jeaders to abandon these has long been done In the case ot U HAVE ALL LEFT GERMANY via The Untied States legation received no tice today that the United States con suls who were leit in Germany when Ambassador Gerard departed will ar Plans Switzerland via11 Sena Capacity if FarkerVHome burned io GroundBodies of His Wife aplSier FoundThree Children V Humphries i anil United Stales horrible llio destruction ot a residents In Germany will arrive with Cbmobyflre anil the burn IhEtodesiffoSlilnwelf aid five othe VSBT over Tabe I ininajes of hlslibus Whether tiio winuis for the mouu been nolitJeil Sinthe ha Coroae bf later mad quest to be held The Bonar Law important Announcement Will ASTect Canada ar chancellor stated in Great Drive in Fog at Dawn on Sabbath Morning Gains Ground JIG GUNS SHATTER I THE HUN DEFENCES Undid was official ly announced Sunday thatthe Brl tlEh captured German positions on a front of about one and a half penetrating German defences to a distance of a thous and and coming within close ranae of Petit north of Another im portant German petition was also carried along a front of one thou ssnd Important gains were made against the Turks n Meto in addition to forcing the Turte on ihe The By Philip With tho British Armies In the Field via which lias going01 for twodays northeast of not onlv brought in almost eight hun dred mbro but gave us Jm new ground onboth Bides oi the ui the high rising slopes ilomhiatlaz ruined of MJnumant nnfPetit All ibis continuation i of the j inents the cs 3hipV Danger New this Press announces Five American ships meeting ot the company Ellison is companys tentative plansior css annou from this port irenow on thehtBh seas eippaed the dangers of the sulirnartiie and sev a clearing for vators throughout In addition they are considering the i Caseto Be Presented to Grain Commissioners HereNextWeek i i iii i of Sir Ease Whofinnlly LIIL I were in the hLicovery reported tho matttr to Cor evening and who aremiss wen ling a horrible death in the diicovef ed tliecnar bodies of threeBrowivup the blazcet that time ins neighbors hum attention an athe child ThoJarnief whoflnelly1 made iKi hraisp reported matter to Cor poral wen IQ1S i forward auc esslvo short Gran ccourt so that Iho enemy had lllidraw from grounl 1thatrubbish lieaa to the scrap eap rises cas f lt and just soutii of Felit51 iiau ObvibuBly our nest niovo to hhut ifia enemyoff thatihigh grouia jot was done which destroyed their re mdSnsoflhe childrens bodies have not yel leen discovered in the The details of the tragedy dldm Tabcr till Saturday reu DOQIUS oi It is impossibleto i recognize Ihe re badly Britain andI This iiUtynsnt was to have been ieratoyd George delivery of his ponerl because of Jarv naotiatlons with ions rand allied and neutral DnriSicr next week the whole at FORCE CONCENTRATEpERE slorage elevator will be put bonus Vof cent oftheir nt tile eiiii of the I With Wilsons Per Wl Big Force to the EntejiteiLeaders New The states It has been informed on excel i lent aiiUtorlly that Colonel RooseveU is planning to raise an expeditionary lorcc in event of Germany to sail with it soon as the World pi ace lls torcc further At this sun Phairman Simpson of the retail i section will his onthe Winnipeg meeting of Com mlltce of Commerce and President Marnoch will also the same At this meeting i theWinnipegBoard of Trade resoHi I tion with respect to a national gov lernmcnt will be Counf von ing editorial In the coiicemiunju today to an utlack on it that there will former united be in the neighborhood of one le dred at Calgariforwhom barracks I otficlalposltlcn I ami stabling nccomnioilaUon will have imiibrtant to be provided oh March Comnilssl cntcnte by way of IthpUnited loner Perry admitted that he was buyinga for cry HO i3l looking for the siafi must have perfectly well that thiswpuid be uur heiVpoinl 61 attack They ened their garrisons In the neighbor Prussian tfooris ofHhe S3th sent up Rnnnllea of ammunition to thS The o5sof hieans beyond doubt of these two Mtraumbnts dered this ground to be Afteritwo days of flghllnrand eral counterattackson xliw Germans havo lost all the high aiid hold only the f listKeep whicn guards the entry It Is a knoll or standing an old Roman slxtr feet higher than the highest slope up which our wayIn dark PTussiausol ulers stillCienar this BritUu outposts sre dug belowtbeiii and our shell fire enemys earthworks Thejat lock nibrning was ivas Responsible for frusip frpnt something MM ine across the stream tion of Casement Expedition as in history as the mniifly ditch the Yser canal The tQjies of our men made a Hying jtRS weBt and of and oil the extreme rightof Ko an ol e mortal anything attack or of Its progress even lOura uftor in foiiEht aftonvord in heavy Ing like smoke from the ib a mat Hlcm typo of not to the I than fifteen hand and he u nrr Ing like smoe rom e a Thefonvard observing officers atari u and slared through but could s not even tho black moving image tell leas preferred lo2 anil preferre oai about 1100 lie thainhe force would need to be as well mounted as ever because the wlwle international lOi ing the firl vorv aAllR monlh is considered to be kt the entente gcner who have chargo of the and to it in acconiance with their oni of the waiters which uoionen has under acmaim r is o canarii anrl organize Ms force n theevent that his nlasB would Interfere those of the eralsliK tomako the organiiatton of his command here loo la said that he would Ihis cept wilh of the pre sident array chieis uut he feels that Canndas experience iiielasftwb years In organl still recruiting on a bbis nights eight the were ns compared with meccding district has again an enlistment duringiriemH s ot menrEnrolnjent hyflis wa s fis follows Toronto to va and Kingston Maritinic provinces 620 British Columbia German Has Hi Little Effect on shipments Thus line scribed to the is at least contributions i Eonar pn Penneralher UllU permitted to the tassy bad also m communication with ar Is This was best tho events which led tothe and cseculion o Sir Thus London learned in good tiniest the enterprise which the Irish coast and his capture innnw our men fievr over ek endS March ficrman IriSIl COaSt allU staled to the Herald United States that patrols would likely be called personnl staff were theipncs stated when thn Tmnrtralilft who delivered tho iumorab rrf to tho thj Unnuu oirtvwa neriin the ortMo ItCaTlV iniirirOia OU In 5 imtmt i is nppOiSUCtl nwortlng lo tte in1 would also on thejob the l expression V6C hearty Ser to lie unucu J b cwt i Figures I new liriiish war iA three precedingjears were 7OOWO lost Important In tho pro 1 ft is more men will be the nios be concentrated these points at Calgary or ISS cover SVC a raiiJiiiii i army of BIBTORONTO FIRE Jii this morning the With ASQUiTH WOUNDED 1 Is officially that Cpniniander iijr stated in the House of Com in he 4 Sonar Law said the nuni ilOPbS luilttj UOllSr lilt rp ber of applicattohs received Oil var loan the last slay was hat or were and tho rc5iill would not known until next HOLLAND ON RATIONS 4V i Additional food rationing win begin In Holland on Handcls qulry Is vnndcr houses 4 habeas jlcased on battlefields In the hut their observers were like blind Here and rockets tiarcd faintly like lamps mist on the Thanies Our guns firing riy knowledge gained hoforo the byexact in thrscienceof Theydld terrific work1 in destruction above highexplosives oh levery the enemygun silenced battcriesond them so lhatjt wrecked the barrage certainly had been ready for the atL of many of our and they amo in izei on forward for bomband bay on si work In the Germaiir trenches i in the nisn had no stomach for the fight vere weak with two da s had heoi shut off from ail supplies hr great shells from our smashed up oaolsack back to Achiet Lo dug the ot cra ters wiieretnsrailwayhad been 11PrisonersyesterdaJr weretimished hada sunken these In roun put Ip agabstour pr atleast troops who woro not tfc oomnlhRhnd Seyhave yielding iurad11 ;