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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 5, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta VOIAJMK X. I'WIUY, JAM'AHY St 1017 NTMJJKH'2J JJo Dishonor Attached (o I'ur- cha.se of Submarines am) Sale Ammunition ALLISON WAS TO HAVE JIBCEIVED COMMISSION Jan. David- son's report nn the sale, of siinill rmns nrnmunllion to the Uritl-sh admiralty, and (ho imiTlitiPc of two submit liy rtir lirltlsli Colmnljlit Kuvenn have linen In tlic r.ipp'of I ho suiniKirlue ]utrultaiscs Hie fuullnu "II Is cause fur tonjrraiuhiiion ti: nil aUijius, ihiU iliis imirh rils- cussed mid enlit'lietl enterprise was throughout, of blameless character Acquisition ot ilip-ic jirnlj Mily ii is iHilirvcil hy Including h-teh naval nntiiorilics. cities of Vic-lovla -and Vancouver ov; nnc 01- oilier of Hi LIU from alinck and I r-nonnuus tribute. j "Wiiat Sir Illrliar.l did in those of Rrcal cnsintj- ami ills- Irtis.i. ho, dc- RoVvns Ihc comr.imiiliUiou of (us fellow I'ounlrynitn, far motives were Ui03P of vatUolism a tut his conduct Hint of an lioiujraljlo man." [n rcgaid (o (lie sole (jy tlir militia (Iniiarlniont lo Ihn iirluiinilly, tliroufti Hie morllmu nr Kir Trevor IUK! Westoy AJJIson. of same T'n n mis of aiiiall nrnis aniriiunitlon at'" li' Greeks Grow Defiant Again London, -Jan, 5, The Greek acting In harmony wilh the king, haa decided ject certain clauses of the entente note demanding reparation in eonficijuenee of the recent fiuhl- ing at Athene, neuter's corres- pondent .it Athens telegraphs, The Greek government In ready to illscu65 other demands made by the allies. It has bsen determin- ed not tg declare war on tlie en- tente but to submit pacgively to all coercion ,relylng upon ulti- mate recojjnjj'.allon hy the powers lliat the blockade is an unmerit- ed punishment. The effect of the blockade becorrlng nr.orc severe dally. Rig- id control IG being exerciRed of the execution of breadstuffs. Bare necessities of life arc being told at prices wlilch are prohibitive to tbe poorer classes. Okliiliom.'i Arkansas' Towns smcl Many Killed And Injured UP USE TOKN 1'Ul'JLS ufthogro, toniKdu lo Ian, Tlic sec- suction oil Tbe COUJIUT u'liliin two ivct'ks swept i attaint Oklalionm and Arkansas on Sends Emiss'iiry ll) Intervene Till Uclligercnls Willing to Thursday a loinl or U lives, nil school children and KO injuring) many more thai It VCLS hfellcvcd today Hint llic dculli lisl would uuiouiil much lilslicr. All loss of Jlfo and the Imlk of Hie property ofi'pcicil in ihu rallcy wirn of Viiolou, OJiIa., 13 miles iiurthivc.it of 1're- I'iiratlonji n ero inado for HODJI at Iho country school tlterp. London, Jan. Koijieror ami Rni press of Austria-Hungary have a special to llic Vatican, urgciilly rciniGsllng llio I'opn to In- tervene for .Voiv-5 of ilils, re n ftp- -r 'Ai'i i ri rt JfsmlHMl at lliu founlry Kchool tlicro, V1 Y V V D HC T Jill ft ft 10 tlllj eniweJ lliu valley here .tonight, tnusnrl a tcnsa- M 11! I I lla IMly I OH tillage. Tlic I "on. tliouKti it was scarcely untxpcct- Lr, Ul I Ull JMlli 1 Ujschool Jimisn v.-asF ilashcd uff its foun-jcil. The dcspcralo economic situaUon Scl llnck One Week Later Thu'n Suggt'.slcrl Nominating Coniimllec Appointed The annual meeting of Ihc Hoard nf Trade u'lll he held dale nl yesterday's council meeting I lint tlic price of ?i') V.-.T.T not :is iv.-ts (hat v.'LIJn .tlmrc Is HVtcleure Hrat to ln> llic ultimate lictce, UIP account.Is slill open. thcro is no evidence of AIMfion fmru (lie transao- (tou other than hy ami (ljn( Ccitfi'nl Sir Sain Huehes. on cvi- (ft :ir.ylJiiiJff (ledui-iblc fvoin the H'lticticc, sliinflrf' of auvMiIns'tJiat .w.-mJd -afTcfi honor. Al.llijj-jiame linie that' Uib ie belli cavlicr In order to allosv sufficient time lor Ihc special com- millcc on fin-nice "to cotniileiu its work uiU also p.vold Ihc days on whicli the Lcthbriilgc bonspicl will be held. The ofHcevs ami council 'for ULC year will bo elected at die tpn meeting this connection the council decided lo follow the prac- .lico of Ihc iiasl two.ycu.rs iu upjioint- liaro Icnii, by lug a nomiuatiug committee.' In way more caro.-.conld lie taken sfole alirt each UiaUU .VnuUl 'hccii'- k'r-hai) the iiylhoviTlps able to o.ssort Dial ilie wprc-lii lo tliu adnilrciUy. Under uonnal conOHions. Sir Chas.-' pays, IhcVal'c-n unl have lukcn Sir reviews nl grcnl Ipngtli the evidence and ri-corcl lu the (-use and nrsuyiciits of counsel. The ymnliasc was nipdc hy tlic ud- tnlniUy Sir Trevor DawrpTi, who vaa reprcsenteil hy F. Orr Lewis, C'ciiindlan tigcpt or Vitkers coin- puny, witli whii-h Sir Tremor con- nected. 'In turn Sir Trevor secured, llir strrvitca of, .1. Wesley Allison, The ammunition WTIS sold at varEuua times sil the raie of S'20 per 1000. proposed" lie. seen Iho coiri'nhtce'td 'ascertain' his will Inercps to uct and Ms ability to at- Thi! f allow Iii B! ineti "were apiioiutcd fi nominating cofumftlcQl n. T. IlrymncT, chairman; D. Slinpson, ll. H. H- G- Ular 11. W. Long and VV.-Shaw. Thts cpniinfltce will .'Le asked lo miiiiEinUc' for cacli scat on HIP An nrhitraliou Jioarj nlso be JilUiointed at Ihe anniial meeting to (leal wtlh trade disjiutes of all kinds The- advisability of liaving sucli commltlcc was rltictisseil in the council early- in Hie year end It was prmhuicd nl the hearing Indicated found lliat (he Ja-r states lhat.lhit. ns llic ultimata prlire lo the iidnunilty, lluis nclliUE a of por 1000. In defence ol llin it i? nrgncd that Inis ?S included (lie cost of etc.. and that, any- way, dm ncLOunl is slill cpeu for final Sir L'h-irlcs says; in part" "Had liorvnal exldlcil the im- sates would have been of nil- vnnliigo to Canaila and callable on lhu nmrlla of vigorous lie fence, but Ihc conditions were nhnormnl: they weru of wiir. tt !FJ not ex- Inivugaurft of words to assert that the sulcs would not have liecn ntndc had nr-L the wnr environed the cni- nire. .OC the cviilcui'C nnil tines vrhlth iiniuifin the nnrh-onal hon- nr of Sir Sam Hughes, there none. During Uir. carrrnc.y of the small nriiia pales there did not arise an nf on. the part of Allison won Id justify Sir Sam Hughes coaimlttee must Itc elected al tht mcoting, Twclvo" men 'will bo appointed to tills cofnniiUcc nnd I will select three (iom their 1111 "deal wild any matters co before ,it. him tlic In reriiFhiB to mo agciU-of Uawiion." Tlic rommlsaioncr limls that lelicr written ny V. Orr Lewis on Jan boars out Ihn statement for the lime hcihE al least, thai the charge of ?ti to Ilie wag tu pr of niiflifntioii. flc conclmlcs: receives nn r-xcellrnt price for '.lie fury or lljp IjJj.yl, uj) ;i liuj'drcd yw vlicrc the school Dilies aiKagonisni (o Prus- nJs rrmii am' l'lc 'tnnihieiiee of Hie fall of from1 siooJ, liefus! lwH-n acrosjs thn ravine ;uid woll-im ii the owjoflhe hillside, or iwcnly- ine pcisons withiu ilic ImlldtiiK on- y two injury. Dead scUol- Iiai] lllfI'CVR lh" Kflifln spcralc attciuuls lllllcr mr (o secure from six to rieh 1'inir arc litHevtd lo i years rcrrly lujurcd that ilirlp ileulh is mo nei'Jarily expetlc-.il. One tcachci'. s Vcra Carier, is lo re- cover. hoelau-, (lio Indian mission nl ;ton, WHS destroyed, find viriually rpsldcjico.s siifforod froji) storm. HoJore rcacltluR Vireloii tlic tornado strurK ol llichville, levcn miles .south'west, wicchius u bnr-rooui Jind at Iliu coal jninp hcrt-. It ihen lifted ami rlid no fur- ther daui.iso until Vircton reach- ed. Quiiitun, Okla.r mites nortlicast of Vireton, also suffered from thc.ior- naclo. Ecveu persons Injured 1-ivcii .n gctKtr.ilu poacc lielwecn Austria and lUIy ould snnie- ao sc-j (iul oC tht wrcekaRo of the dual STROKE iSS PREVIOUS IRTS1NTHEWAR London, Jan. peace (dlk Is flying back and forth, Loth belliger- ents arc girding themselves for the greatest fighting yel. Talk from Berlin cif war to the knife will be by .an allied counter- stroke which will make even the unparalleled effort of Ih4 last two and 3 hatf years seem feehlc hy comparison. General Halg's report, reducing (o Ihe simplest terms the lallle of Ihe Somme, is In of public mind for what Is to come with tight- Jible weather. His stJdament that half the German army was engaged from July to November with thoroughly resulls lo Ihe recon- ciles the country (o pouring its life and resources without stlnl Into further effort. Man po'wcr and fighting (ackle are being piled up mouniain high back of Kit Sommc lines. The government and the people now trust Halg and will back hfm to ttie limit. His for Ihe slrenglhening of Ihe aeroplane arm has received instant response in ending Ihe government's position about melhocia and (he hastened appointment of Lord Cowdray, Feverish compe- tition In invention and eonlrlbullcn in this field have placed air supremacy first on ont side then on the other. Fop some months it rested with Ihc entente, bul its passing to the Teutons WAS ciw of the counts made against the AsquHh administration. FRANCE SHOULD PREPARE FOR SUDDEN ATTACK VIA SWITZERLAND Vrms, Jan. In Ln Viclolro, Ilervc agalu calls.alien- ind tlve houses desfroyeu by ils actSuties there. Is believed to ho [lie same tornado caused damage estimated' at at Success, forty miles north of Little Rock, and caused vevc of. projierty at buth tlancllc -ami Danville, Ark. INS AM lutcrcal had been revived In Uio mine labor Bitnalion by the tlatcmcnL that Comniissioner llarrtaon'a cosi-ot- livlns report lias been toinpletptl ani is now In Ottawa lieforc Uie nicnt of labor. II Is staled on Rootl authority tlmt the rcpon will show an increase In tlie cost ot living of about 10 per cent., ami H Is iiroliablc ilie npcralors will lie In fortiori of the men's demand for a 25 nor cent, increase. .-in ;ir K wiiu-n it dul, If. fjlfi sccnn of bnen shift lo 'or the mamoiK. Js 1( Ihcre lias nol licou Inter allowance .out or public moneys of tlic commls- Vipns'nr itrofils lo niUUllcmaii, ns (Jiera lias not licciu then limits of my Invcaiigtvlhig duties arc The minister stands frcn of evidence which would affect Iil3 rtcrsonnl or." DOESM'T WANT MUCH Torcntp, Jan, UaMwIn Mvilock, throntli solicitors, has rtiLi-rcil action at Osgoodc Hall for alirrbiiy or a month sipahiRl hor iiufiband, Cnwtlirn nrh, inillionalro financier here, and sen of V5Ir William Mulock. Jlrs. ilnl- dck 13 n iUo filter of Sir (ilcnhPlmc TRANSFER OF POLICE DEFERRED TO MARCH 1 Kilnvonton, Tlie ROV- crrtment ot Alh'.rla was -I formcrt today (tint :lic Ion had ilecidnl to posiranc nnlK March Ihi tratisfiir of (ho provincial lice duties from Ihc Jloynl Northwest Mounted lo Hie prorinci.il .iidhorilliip. A'.-. f, A nuiiurcby, and llic allies IOIIR have icon prepared- for some sucli movo. Coupled wilh this comes :i general .iiulerstaiKltiiif among allied diploiuuls be sutlclen, Dial mioUiur German peueu note, writ- .on in a minor key. IK likely to arrive al any nlouciU. Whether Ihifa note ill he directed 10 llic nculrnl rmivers __ or lo llic LcIliKCfcnts is as ot llllle especially as it lion to iho noccfsf'.y rjf Franco prepared for u. BUtldcn attack by Gcr- niany throuRli He points out. IhuL Germany lias called up tlic class of JJHU, glviuB Her iuoro troojis, wbile lier civil will liboralc from 500.000 lo men lor service hi llic rear or on the firing Jiiic. IJo eays ihe German allack, if It cnmcs, will be early In February, a profusion of light aud heavy artillery, machine neronliines anjl probally laiilis. Hcasoniug In this strain he' calls Immediately for the formation oE a great French army o[ manoeuvre to meet an aliack. generally i nought tlmt President Wll- Fon (s already acquainted gencra.1 1 import a uco. o willi Ths ps's Attitude Tlic attitude nJ ilie including tUo nvertiirca nf the 'central l.y la v powers and .I'rcsirteul Wilson's BUR- lions may liu exolainfi] as follows, lionliiig Id' Ihc slntcmont of lo the Catholic Journalist, uliich is here: Fathnr unconditionally' approves every Initiative towards jjcacu iiiion principle- as all Ills cltoTta are directed sliorlcning llic war. "but lie is convincwl tliat every Initiative Is dcslineJ to failure unless Hid .consent ot bold groups ot lielHGcr- cnt3. to open nneotintioiis for peace is obtained bnCorcliand. "Thcrcloi-e; llic Pope lias deter- mined Jiol lo intervene unless his rac- ulntuui or good oHiccs or cplialio ration (on-anl the esLtnangc of views ns a preJinlc to a discussion oE peace con- ililions is solicited by both groups of Berlin, via Snyville, .lau. u. itus-i an troons Leg an an attack this inornintr on position on Hie iinrt of the llusso-Gn.- litiHii front, north of KriedricslndU Ihe uar olfiee annouucoil today. Tlie lie is still in nropro.ss. l-'dur Uus- slan near Dvinsk were re- Briiigelicad Captured Ilorlin, via Sayville, Jan. iSFi'aj) position before -.lib was pierced Tlmrsdny by Hie Tentmiic ircops, llic- oifice an- nouncus. Four llnnmuian were raptured nnd r.risoncts were brouSM In. On Verdun Front I'avis, .Inn. was active ar- lillcry fifilillng last on the Vcr- iluii front in the vicinity of Dnunu- inonl ami N'riiiT, Ihe var an- nonncrs. FJacwlicro the night passed THE HIGH COST OF PUBLISHING In r.nnninic'iiiE an increase in subsrriiilion price amounting lo Si) IICT eeiil. and an incrrasc in tlic single ropy price oC 10ft jiDr p.cul., the Shcrbrooke. Que., -Hecord, sives the following figures showing the roraartalde .increase which hfts tnlicn id ace in-.the cost of newspaper pro-. dnclion within Ihe laal couplo ot years: News 30 lo GO per other paucr' (used 5S per cent; mctnl. 50 per cent; press Man- kets, 25 per cent; postage, 33 1-3 iicr ccrtl; I wine, 125 per cent; telegraphic per rent, lu addition lo tins an atlynucc has recently been an- nounccil on news ink. ninouni- Ing" to about 25 per cent A K DISCUSS SITE FOR SOLDIERS' HOSPITAL The nmyor'lms lo" allihnfl an .imporlant nieeling of the pro-' vincial'toinniillce oJ ihe mili- In The question of iv silc fir a sanatdrium for tu- bercular cases Is lobe discuss- ed. Will members of tliu Khrvki League liimlly atlcntl a snuetiut tonight at S o'clock in the council chambers to consider this mailer? (Jticbcc, Jan. has'been cstnb- isliccl at.the inly thefts ot nickel and coprtcr scrap at tlie Que- lec arsenal tlint none oi" tho slolen goods went across the bonier lo the United Stales. This hns been staled Heal Altitude of Germany Being T: Conveyed lo Washington in Secret Communications -Montreal, Jan. Wil- son IE preparing to send a new nole lo the belligerent pavers. In an.effort to (lad a way, mutuHlly conveiiicat lo Ihe Entente Allies and tlio Central tor Hie exchange of A-Icws on Ihelr purjioses wilh Ihe object of as- certaining waclher peace is sajs a dispatch to" Iho Gazette. "The nolc will probably be dis- the Gazette's rbporl a ays, "after tbe receipt of the entente. Joint reply lo President Wilson's commun- ication of December is. The charnc- caiirt by Colonel Lafferly, in tcr the communication will depend charge of (lie arsenal, anil by live CJiarrofc1 who linil a big .part iu rouiiiHng' up Hie aJIrgei) rolibern. The licnrliig of tcsHiuony in the case lias closed. Counsel for the liroEccuUon, day. dcfciire will in their rauses (od- RUTHLE55 SUB, WARFARE NOT TO TAKE PLACE WusiijnyCon, Jan. not to'lieglr. ruthless sHhmarinc' mi liartly ori the tenor of the entente re- ply nnd jvarlly on the attitude of the German govcnimcnt, virhicli'-is being outlined to the president in confiden- tial from .lames W. Ger- ard, al Berlin, narrpllDg Ihe result of his Hie last week willi' Ilerr von Bclhmnim-Holhveg; Imperial clinnccllor, ivuil Dr. Alfrcil Xiiunicrman, niinlsler. o( loreign af- fairs. Those communications, ac- _ coTding to lliu best obtainable infor- "iJninUoii, have already elveri the prosl- Zcnpclm if present jupcc dcilt ilis'2lit iulo Gcrmauy's VlliluUe. plans fail. Cotiut -.-ar. Dernslorlf, yutl particularly an outline ,of Ccrmnii Jast Jilplit -au- thorized the eniplialic denial Hint lie Jiad informalJon lliat dojslrr.ctivo sub- iimrlno warfnre was contemplated by Germany milRSs jicace plans move ahead. Tin's aiithfOri'-itivo .si mcnt tlie views of i lonrals, ilip- understood represcnfallvcs of .Hie tnincrs anil opDmtore, will meet the 'department officials lodciy (ci hear (he report of Commissioner Har- ruon. It IR heltevcd that rrcsMent Lewis Siockett is Ihc rcprcscntalh'c of Hie upcrfilqr.i in Odawa lo handle (lie matter, U IF nol fcioivn which of miners' oflicfnls prcdcut. An effort Is to be m.idc io sclllc (iic iiialter iiC-rorc- Jsn. Ihe having coiifcntcfl lo corUimic imlll 1 tltat What nttftmlc tlio "BEST PROPOSITION CITY EVER CONSIDERED" SAYS MAYOR BARDIE conditions upon which she will enter a preliminary peace According to Ihe Gazelle's dtcpatcli llic latest development is the outcome of a series of conferences President. lisa been having during the V-asl twenty-four hours vrilh Col. E. M. House. Col- HOUSR late Thursday visiiej (he slate ami with Secretary Lansing for an hotir, following which lie talkori llic rtestilent and left for York. i "Nolhing otticial is obtainable re- sarding Ihesp wlilcli were conducted In tlic strictest con- "the dispatch niids. _ Unlions Far Relow Normnl- Rich Men Are Hiding All Their Cash J.ondon, Jon. most careful I study of economic conditions In Cor- ninny rovoala that beyond doubt the peace offer was nrompted chiefly Ity tho reason that Germany IB on lha verge of Klarvatlon, This iRforiDs- tion is not baaed on the vJoiVB of neutrals or alhore whoxa i] Impression were gained In a visit to Germany and wlio wcra gaLcrallj- _'_' flBcil, JIL ftny case their view's cati- not tJo caniparea vllh actual evld collected directly from German D papers. Information shows conclusively, I tliat the and af tlie .Gorman endnr-l ance Is rapidly approaching1, Scarcely! a day passed ivilhouf serious fooill rials by underfed population .ire ported. -While (he press Is complain, ing bitterly of starvation of the pco-l plo tho authorities to duco the allowance. Medical experts eay tho present ration IK fur below] ha standard on ifhich U'Juiau lit can live. Milk prices in gen-] cralJj- hai'o Increased irith co dent decrease (n all biiHor fat a ance. The sHuatlon ihe ro'llkl Biipplr must be [M countless Geruiau] communllies !s illuslraled by cofiill-] tlons provalliug in Mayoite, normal times a daily'1' supply of qiian's. Tho allowance at the present'linie] is -about one-half of Th'el potato'- ration has also-'leen'reiluccj] j-sinullest iiosslblo oilier food" articles. Huns Horde Money don. Jan. mission Ihat many wealthy (Jer arc conccaliog tlioir -money, presum- ably against the eventuality of defeat, Is made in the communication from Ihc minister interior al-Berlin which yas prlntcdi In all German papers. "Jt 13 a fact fhat on XoTember Tllil of last year in casli anil secnrillea ;n circulRllon ihan la Ihc TOlUiU July, 191 J, Just before vrar brpVe pull Of course, a. conslflerp.blo part of (Mil Is missing- from KelcUshauk and has] fouDil its way Ihrough our armies In I to rarlous things, and It Is tleo I rue] thai Ihe higher coal of commodities] higher wages arid Increased nu of casli paymeuls necessitated by 'th'tl war have niade a return of the racial cy, to llic tanks touBlderahly mqrt] difficult, especially Ha noiclisbanh. "All (Lose causes do not in tliera] selves-sufficiently account for Ihe 1 creasing of money. CTOf, there appears untorlnnately "ij ho no other solution than the suppol Eltion that a large part of the publiJ has secretly UelermiTicd to _ sums ot ready money from the largca' notes to Ihc smallest coins. It raual oc polnt'ert out lo any one In Iff 10 ran co hordes gold and fails Ivcr U lo llic lianks, Is'.Eiif ning greatly against Ihe public'we [arc. Dangers ot such continued 91 :ion are so great thai every patrlqtil person must, now be aakert In ferre] out'tins evil procedure from hpu'se.l] i In the circle or his frieude' a acquaintances." Jlayor Hanlic is because he1 believes the llcnilil In Its editorial i I'cnlrtg cast rcTledlous on his Freeman Favors it Commlssfoncr Freeman is in favor or the incGling. He snys there arc n wliolc lol of things nboiiL Ihc mine but H l.i slated hi some Barters was mnJc Hint an Inclc- they wouhl not be averse lo cxlItTt R'nowlcl make a rcfKiTt ITIR a ten renl. Jncrp.isc Jf Ihc cosllon lhc Wraco miric (l lfl Propoa- or livlnc were slioivn lo hnve to for lUe cily. Kor two crrasod (o lliat exlcnt. hnl .1 lll's raorning Ihc council wns In will likely lie rlcm.inilcd lliat ihcjinformal scission consiJcring (he best niliierj laMc cosnizARCD of siicli aujCOJrE6 and nl Hie cml of inrreasc having been granted when) the ncTT nprrrmtMU la signed ncx! March the tllMrTrl. GETS U. S- ftEPLY Jan, American reply to General Carrara's rejcclEon nr Ihe protocol for of Am- erican Jrrtapa fnvLn Mexico was lahcn today lo Luis Cabrera. Hialrnyin or Iho Mexican commission In done nothing definite. however, thai llic council-mi'y call a pnolic mecu'ns In connection other civic mal- when Iho whole: cl 'ho rDte crs rto not n in ceding lict I cr than in any other wjiy. Commissioner Freeman says it MARKETS Spot uheal Lccal-track .AVhcJt May wheat Local tracV. oats with the tore Max face. The mayor says he wilt not EO OTI I IIP. nJiUoTrn In lhc capsciiy of an I 256 WEATHER engineer anil Defend rcpoil. fays llial is not the ctitiueltc of tlic'LoW profession. In Ws capacity as mayor Forecast: Strong northeast winds. York, hy John Molt, or the Amer- he mtsht lollow such a courfioT but [continued tow temperature, with local commlspic-ncTfl. hasn't dccitlctl the tiucslion yel. Is absolutely imfotalivc lliat Ihc city ly of coal for llic MEANS DEARER. BREAD .Man.. Jan. the reason- the cillrcTia hnvu grades ara i rel. ng tiecn Intonucd heretofore of Iho ality-oC llic coal hi the cUy mlnci that there has never been any pro- v v v' v to purcluiFo any other mine, and riOOSEVELT ATTACKS naturally nothing wns said aiiauL the .1. eiiy Mr. Krscman is sure liiat ivhtn llic doubts In Ihc1.-. nunda of Ihn arc clcarotl up, tlicrc be no hesitation in buying lhc Grace propcrLy. Gracc indillcrtnl snys he rioosn'i tare wlicthor lhc people liuy the mine nr not. He firmly believes it Ta worth niofc lo him than what Ihe city la Mayor llardic JA of the opinion ft the- cHizenu not already had h'ufticlcn about tnc- mat- (CONTJNUKD WILSON NOTE York, -Ian. lo ttin MeTi1. 'York Sun fetter I1 resident ThcoJorft HooscvcU has given oul n stalcmcnl aUncXing Prr-.sidtnl Wilson's nolc to tlio ticHigcr- vfcard cnl nations anil dcsctibiiig the vraspctclfl ir sighl whlcii the "conscjciicclcss gamblcra ol Wall strrc-l" had as lo hainl- IIHR nf l-nlieJ Stfllcs rurvlsu Toronto. Onl.. Jan. viev Ihe rccciilion givcri by ll Lor men lo national F err Ice cardl President Walters, rf the Dotivinii Trades ami Labor Congress, today sued I filers to afttlintcri unions, suing strongly for the national regl (ration schcmcT which lie descrllil as a bis Canadian movement hi frcl dom's cause. The national rpslslration, pom Is out- alilcnt leads'atvay (ram'col scriplion. .whereas tbe syslcui of i istriiUon oporalcd in Knsland led warH conscription. itr [every fabor uplonlsl ty rill, out ANOTHER WANTS 'JOB OUawa. today, status (hat In governiiiftnt lurviaii Jfoii- Thomf.t_ Clianais is mentioned ns Itsciy (Ifon. T. C'tiase Csssmiii as v ;