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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 8, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta I .VOUJMK x. ALDEKTA 'MONDAY, MNl'JAHY 8, 1017 NUMIIHR I ESTABLISH WING OF TO ItKTlJKXIXU XIUJIT OTPSIJ CANADA Will Have: Factory and Instruction School in Dom- C I i.'xtriiurdJjjiiry, pliolosrnpli allows of a l-'rcncti Hoursel DClieiYlC lints. H in not a slmi.lo mailer a .laiidUiE "liomc" IK tlic tlarfcnfM ut tlic nigiu. 1 ilf'll O 1 1 A IV I IT 1 -arid" Vyilroupply the Money-Lot. Hoare to" be In Charge pf Instruction School iiEjjhL iriirovcr ihe C-JIRMIV'S tlie nlfilU. Thc-trarehMgM lljutiiinalo "ihc'curroufuilns ICVriloJf powerful enough 10 Jlhinilnalc the surround Ing tc-rrlio Jaiu Gazelle's] Izatlon Is Imperial, correspondent in London, cabling re-[ "The r.tleijtioii of Ihe gardlng Ihe cpmlng establishment, of has been drawn jo the fact that, at cays: the flying corps in Canada, "The scheme for an dian flylnp corps, upon which Colonel Grain Morden has been working (or the last.year, teems to he disposed of by an announcement of latest arrange- present, when daring formed by Canadians, credit docs not go la the Dominion) hul Sir GeUrgc j Per Icy has now arranged wild thei director of the corps to keen him In-i formed of such In factr the '-L GERMANY PLANS A TRADE WAR WHEN 1SSIGNED UP I jHas Eyes on Tracle of'China, and South and Is Bending Every Effort to Capture It-Bus- iness Experts of Country NoW Outlining Plans- Big Business Behind the Gigantic Scheme hat, at I n r fV. D 1 D 1 L re per-iUpcrators at Ottawa Diisv Week at ts, whereby twenty squadrons will has wrfiten to Sir George be sent to'Canada forthwith by thei Canadians Flying Corps Royal Flying -Corps. The establish-J are doing very weH.snd Jre in every Provincial Premiers Wide Temperance Wanted-'Doukhobb'rs Want lo Fight rnenl of a training school and factory In the Domlnlarrare.lhe two chief ob- jects In view.' >..'._ "Trailing In practical flying will b; given hy Cofonrl Hoare, with several of the' officers of the Imperial eta If, nnrJ perhaps; 'a few Canadians. The Canadian scheme really reached a deadlock on account of. the financial proposals, as the treasury refused to find the bulk of the money, but this wriy n credit to the Dominion. "Colonel Grant Morrfcn is submit- Ottawa, Jan. promises to be a busy ir. government circles Dominion-Wide Temperance .On government be .forthcoming since the organ-l Board. sliiciioii or abolition ot fatlurc and fniiioriiUion within various provinces. i.s to Jo .away v.'llli Hie liquor lie (nlcr father Sergt. Major Beards of Battery Gets 'Another Lethbridge soldier has been "signally honored In the per- son Mark Beards, has' won ;thc Distinguishid Conduct Serflteant-Mnior j Bcarda, was .one' of the first ar- tllleryhis'n'to erilisl from going, wlih .the 20lh Bat- tery.y lipw', iergcant-rjiajor of the 22nd Howitzer Battery. Some tiint S.QO he and in the hospital, and U is only that Mrs. feeards, who" is still residing here, heard of'.the honor which had come, to him. In' private' life Sergl.'-MaJor Beards wrisJntercBltd in.lhc'lumber busi- iices'. Western Cop[ Operators and employees are being continued with the hope thai a solution may be ar- rived al. The operators are slill holdiijg out against a further increase of wanes jtoths miners to cover in- i creased cost of living .The Increase 1 asked Top is approximately Provirclal Premiers Meet i On Wednesday the majority ol-ljio I provincial premiers he iti (lie on invitation of tlio govern- men. lo hohl n conference relative'to leglsluttou, hot'i ami vlncuil, in Hit inlcrcsls of Cauada's rciurncd sctfdiers. The conference will of the most inijio'Hiiiit ever lielrt aL llic cnyiLil. D Is ;Postmaster-General Secretary Scvignv to Inliind Revenue Pale-' Lambasted Out of Over provincial trade in Jlijuor which has developed tintu the atloiilion or jiro- lilbUtou a majority of Hie proi'inc- PromlGe OOicr tleluKaUons ;irp expacted the week cuiincclloii with lha National Kcrvitc niDVcmcnt, in- a. delogaUuii reprcsenliug Hie oljurs of Western Canada, who" want lo be assured Llml there is lib' of ILcni upon-to i-ii-t In tlie war, Tliey iviH out Urn they camu lo Cantidn ivilJi Llsat they would be fttn from mJlltacy service. They will d'juliUcss lie assured 1 hat (he Ibe .uiidcratundLnv; ihr.t tlicy would be :md ibnl- Jl ;s not u scrap Jan. Details of CJcr-i Tar Veacltlng plans for con-! a n'orld-ivMo I rail c raropaigu, jflei' the wfir inaUe public Sun-' day fu a. lecture Frederick William for many yrar.s corveajiondent in llcrlin. Mr. WJlo declvlfCi .lliat lliei'C were p.QiHiltess imlJcallnjiB tliaL German Unaiue. coramorce and indus- try hope to tie bolter orgjiiiized for i-hcllnii; business throughout' globo, llian any otlier of the great trading nations, f DC) ml ing the United us German lUiiuufacturfng antl iH.slrilmlion sj-stenis nro tlio only ones of (lie first inagnUmlo wlncli'Liaro not Ijtcu abnormally iireoccupieil..- during The last hvu and a half ycare, The speaker paid llial Gerninuy's ciitines of recent limes have, been particularly active in Cliliia and fCovri.MJED OX PjGE Houlli America. "Wljai few people, nf Ocinjyjiyj scein TO lio Blalcd, "is ilial tlio Krilscv'-s gov- ornmciU recentlj' is jjractically n scparalo government foi llic purnoee of paving Ihe way. for a I trade war. set up a called imperial board Tor the ion of economics, constating ojT nine of {ho finest business experts In cuuiilry, arc working day anil nlgliL io tr'aiisfpr German comroerctt rvoin a .war to a peace h3Fls wJlh the least posplblo dolny. Tlic-lr main tun-, ecrn Irf to arrange-al Llic earliest, mo- ment the largest possible supply-ol rftw uialerial, c'speelflHy frooi the United Siules. The Hect ot 30 or 40 mid Gertnaii liners lied up in N'cW' Vork harbor arc to mike their' home ward hound Journey after Iho" war packed, to the rails with CAM cotton, copper, petroleum,, zltk and all othnr manufacturing sla- ples ivjiereof Germany Trill sucli need." saiiJ thoro Is hardly an In- dustry In Germany today, from bank- ins to tlyes, which is nol girding itselii up hi Uie iu order lo liroscnt 'a moTC 'united [rc'Jl p-ycv' tho niomeiit peace hrcaks. Ambassador .Gerard Asked To Explain Berlin Speech .Wesleiri.Heturns Reach Ottawa I From HHODES' IS NEW SPEAKER Quebec As Vcl This is .Viiluc of Crop Murkelei To Shipped Bushels S.'-HTlioiigh tlicre arc Lo fill National reports conic lo headquarters sU, Ottawa of liic inoYcmciit. ('nnls are coming back by thousands ami even ten? of Ihou- sniuls. atni Jii case tliey are Ollcil BulK of'Ihe j west, where the' initial distribution, of c-nrds was made, The reapoiisc', frdiii Ontario strong.' cards ure com- inn in lierG slov.-ly, Iml Ihii nllituilc of tlcrgy' iti support of the la oxiiccicil lo produce Bond Tcaulls! f- c- FINAL VICTORY FOR v- PROHIBITIONISTS IN B. C.. Vancouver, Jan.. cable ilTspatr.ti yesterday lo Brlllah Columbia protiibilinii hendqunr- IcrH Irom the ofliclal scrutineer of Ihc soldiers" voic in shows a I'unl victory for tliu urolilhillcm act voted on In Hits province several months ;igo. v Liquor Interests hnd hoped tlic v Hrflish C'ohlinbfi] soldiers m Knglaml France would re- the prohibition majority given for volcrs who remained aV home. Jant recon- alrucllon neccfisilaL-d by the dealii of Hon. T." Chase, Casgrain was accomplished at noon" today.'Hon. P. E, Dfonrfin has been removcri .from Ihe department of secretary .of statc'to the post office depr.rt- mcnl vacancy.- Hon. C. L. Pa'le- naudc has 'bscomc ol siale, and Mr. Speaker Scvigny, M. P. for Dorchester, becomes ler of "Inland revenue.N Tivise changes were somewhat expected. E. N. Rhodes, deputy speaker, will move the chair, and Joseph .Jlainville will be deputy speaker. .The three newly appointed members are lo be sworn in at the governor-gen- eral's office. Mr. Scvigny will have to seek re-election, and nomination day will probably be fixed for the 20th with polling the 27th. The new speaker, will, be appoint- ed on Thursday, .Jauunry IBlh, when Ihe house meets.. LIVESTOCK A HIG FACTOR] Jan. Free Vrcsa' thu rooming, in an exhaustive (nhi-.- Ifltion of innrkcL returns foba, Saskatchewan :aml Allrcrtn fcr 1016, says Lliat the value, of and dairy riroiuels 2.111! tlio fust imir of tlic grain crop of tlvi-Dc pro- it total as- ami for 1014 as Sl-iO.GOO.aac-. It is stated lliat of'wheat Ins jusscd Wi'nnljies oT.Uic K'l'i croiK having a value, ID (lie higher lirices, of onli- tnan llic corresponding period of llif> here hail a. .over liigher than for Hie g'nmc months of llic previous year. 1L i.s cstimntca LhiiL liiisli- els of wheat remained in the imcflof -'evalors ai the close ol tlio year.. Tlic. year's tolnl Is inudc up folioiVs. according lo Ihc Free -Wheat, Lawspri occu'plctl niucli of today's (he House Rules commit tecrhenring; on the alleged stock mar kcl leak in" President peace Jiple, M'Uli runoihg row the coiniriHtce vrli'ch ended in. inucli of Jtis .staleincAt beins from the record and concluded ivith a y.-lll not ronatdnr liicni. In fiirl, Ibcl A ilispfllcli li> llic Colngun Uic cniiiinunlton o[ tlic war. SASKATCHEWAN covr, WAS EXONERATED v Sash., s Jan- of any wraus-' with (he, price in Is hlstn'r from Vienna saya r Kohstcin, pre; i MJC retail prlfc licrc. Al rtrescnlisi'lpni the Aualrlnn JcutJ 1ms private houcrs faSkd lo represent artciiualcly Ihe ii r'rn of deaitli of the j civilian lo ihft mililary flallonD Reduced In Germany, v I representatives ot Ih2 food depflrl- AitisLcnlnlu, vtA I-onvlon. Jan. S.--mcnl. giillty or tloinp, in conucclioit frauds :n thfc protiucc in an interim rfr-ort nf ihc royal jiidt martc 10 ihu licnlOnanl-. governor fn --conneil. Trie rc- jiorl finds (hat there ia no evi- dence to eslablisli tbnt any. member of Hie government hat! .in Y k'nOTV ledge of t until J. K. Itrarlaltflw, M. lx A., for Prince Albcil, maile bis laturc. Scu.ilc met, ilfdi The chairman stop- Ihcre. Then followed .between Larson ami lative ivhicli was nnlii even lo the ofticial alcr CJinirnian rappr for order ,i and reared, will not be hitimiilnlCil.T Finally, .tier hy tbc nous report by the Overseas News .'Agency t lltr.t Ambassador Gerard, at E ptib-r' lie welcome back'to Berlin, liad said that "never .since, of the war have 'relations twcon thd United-Statcs.-an'd'Qer-'7 manybetn sa were inquired Tnlo officiajly by; the slnlc department, today, through a cable lo -the'smhassador person- ally.- It Is Indicated that the re- port as quoted did not convey Uie '.true view of German-Amcricaq rt- 7 latlpns which commonly have beep- Vv-il described as strained " submarine ac'llvily. Legisliition lo Ijc At Coming Session .By Sir Thos. .White. J j_l Oflaiva, Jan. IL is prnlmblc lhat il the sossio'n'Slr Tlioraaa liite, im'niatcr of will inlro duco Laving for'lls objfeci "ihc rdlnius copper, other inelafs in CanaiTa.'so Iliat in war lime llio Empire will not have lo dfr liciuV for thpEC indisiiensablc oietala upou foreign sources" of supply. -OlTi cers of the t of finnnco .for charges iu ihc IcRls- Inlenliotia'in .that tlteairo of If HID Salonika offciisivD--lho-jgh ahv.iys, of course, subsidiary to the ninfn the Trcstcrn front he condnctefl on EL Eftrioiib scale, (icrman ossisln'ucii would "UL required for IluJsyfja.- If Hie role ol the Salonika tinny to he defensive Hulgaria'e own re source.1? will bc'ndeuuHLc. King Constant inn is prized by HID Winchester Gnartllan nu a Kind of Ijaromelor for Koulheastcrn Ktrropc- Gcnnauy cau infer from Uic fillicil policy hiinMlic nniuro, of Ihc the" al- lies in .-''If Uiu allies are nod era ic c'cncilwlory, GRrmuny in infer IlisL (lie alJies