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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 9, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta imiK, AL.HWTA TUESDAY, AKE OVER DEVELOPS- aildrcbs hi from he throne will ho moved In Ihe House o[ CpiiiinoW-ft-llio uf seaalnn by Gordon'Wilson1, member feu and Fccondedjii Vrcnc-l by J llcscan iea, member for. Jacques faiiler, Tlie'usual custom Is io Imvc ATTA tiSIFINDS SE'tlKEAS If iin'd' Oponiloi.s .lion' Agfcu'riiis Afternoon The Hpminib'njMiiy Act MUST OPEN i ilntish Government Mines Would lie .The' I'rccedcnl conference be- tween, the eoycrnrneni and the miners nnd opcr.ito'rs.'bf Ipislrlct _No. been held there nrc no now' members iivallablo for N. lllwdes. ho chosen as'spcnkcr wlicn HIP. house meets January 18. Acccrd; Ine lo itreccJcnl, Iho foi-mnl oiienlng. InclnilliiE'lbc addrcBE from Ihe ihion-'. would lake place on llie following On thin occasion, however, U may be iiKiccd lo elect the 'speaker.uml have Iho fin-inn! opiiiilue ccreinpu.i.eE "rMrljiislinciil-of calnncl liort folios Is'In-full effect- loday. .linn Sevlfiny, Who took over till dcn-jrlment of Inland revenue Mon day. left Tuesday' for Ooi BritislrTroops Perplexed by Ease With Which They Penetrated to Third Line-Only One Machine Gun on Yard Front-vWhat's the Answer? Illy With llie llrllisli Armies 11 was uuiiEUfll.'aJso, tlin'l tliui'C was IjUUEUl......--..........-.- in .nothing ofiiiiacliliie-giin- lire Tm 7 Via I Ol'lLlJ'l .131) I um: f........... i were nltual a belt then was __i-.i__ MiiriiTL- -irinnf Mm r.-iiil n.iliie hy KnGllGh and ScolilKh Iroops ycslL-i-duy .afternoon (ho east HlJo of Arms. II is unusual, for .In- Hlai-.co, lo rarry n raid into the (bird line of a comidelc system of German iuvo'vinft :i front of :iliout yards, wllh only a score or iwo day The impression-prevails M. W. oi-A'.j'wifl r.bt be resumed "nlll' luni Mr. Sovlijny will not bo op- iiils 'afternoon, '.when It. is bellevcdL- will he .returned by ol .u.i ,ha, the'ncnollatiohs "ach IhV L.ioi, pn January 20. Today_ P. ot in. U.ls war Ibal Ihe Ilnlis Government Intervention niondln look over Ihn In control of the mines IE suggested In of tlio post olllte 't m1nn I'Ql In control of the mines IE suggested in ol tno -r event of thc'opentors an-i.mlne work- r, Patciiau Ic nssum to dl.lles of Eecrelary of The Morning it be today. _ .___1_ _-_'. Elating1 that it will be knoivn toda whtllicr'jir not. Government jnlcrven. tioh id says: j "Tiib.closing of. the mines would be- 1 strious mntteVlb. the' coal eonsum- era of the prairies, whose supplies arc; Laid id he to. the smell :rs of Brilislj which sre refin- ing copper and '.zinc foV munltipn plants. The government could not see Ihe mine's, lole and It would not bel if 'the .operator stand In .Wales'. oldicrs have entered tics so ciisily. iiieneeu. Finally it thai dunne the German barrage was erratic ami fcvbic.; .Tlie attack Btoiuied retali- ation: .Were the Germans shoi I o: aininuiilllon'fu'r a.llr'ne. or nursing it for future uscl-. .Aic they holding some so lliinly.an' some so ivciikly (lliere are boys of class In borac .of .their front Hues) ihat Ilrltish Iroons can walk llirouB villinul fiBbt anil t-carch sroiiml f icriiions wilhout them; O vould KlliPjcd to build holies if one lud i lausht lime r.hd apaln tlsat ilnd local ueaki'-CEs Is fcrc slrcnsih. Still cven-'ioral wcaknu noteworthy. Thc ncrinins cam iifford to bo weak apainst Ilnl anyn'Uere. Ucrlninly th.i Germans were fris cued vcalcrday v.-hon llic llrilisli b liardmcnl' began in llie morning later when over more than a l of front, :i smoke bairatc, very OX" PAGE 'I'll Donahue is Again The Reeve Col. Stewart anttajor Ripley Are Mentioned in Gjen. Despatches Foremost. Jan. S.-At the'organ lion nieetiiiR at llw council "or- llio rural of Foremost. II Holioliou was again elected iccve id U V Willsc secrclary-lrcaauvcr. BATTLED IS NOW- RAGING ii End of Line Chosen I'nr Iho. Have I'lenly of Ilescrvcs GREEKS 'A HE WITHDRAWN; Germans Claim l-'iirUicr Gains _ in FifiMing for Possession of Northern Rumania Piraeus via London. Jan. Ministers of the entenle powers loday handed to the Greek gov- ernment an ultimatum, giving Greece 48 hours lo comply with demands cui.lained in a note drawn un by France. Great tain and'Ruisia on Deciir.lnr 31. he mines. Idle and It would noi nei... if'tbc operators'stand Respected Uesldent, '.in itoalli yesterday removed a resnect-. 'ed cliizen iin'rBo'ii Peter Jolin Inflcr an Illness of. iiiofc Ihan i during tlio jyhich.hc: i has' bc'ciV 'Ti'.ci 1 late Mr. had rcmiilhed-al his-.- work Ip lill-llih. ilay 'he ihrticesyAre Named Al the'first ino'eling" of. the The late Mr.: vVoslyng -was' born tiie province of lilcking, ..couinmmly. b( Tiackaryd, Sweden. -13-years ago: At the age ot camc'to Cnmida-and during Ills'whole life bee.ii! employed by IhrfC. P.-'n; in malnir.n: alice and construction, with the c> lion ot a couple.o! years while he and' I...E Tt when il-twk. over. ujvn LU in Lctb- U.rhJKc aboul seven .years. 1'rior to "The icli'airnicn'.nf-this tlandinc com-: n be was.Jn iiie'Schbol Board iield'lasl nighl Thba Ions wns appointed'chairman foi- the vcar llr-Swiln.. rfecreUry or Ir'easurer. Uoth are.new. members c having-' 'been- elected in ..............j IJ'Vrbivn ruiancc; B. Kennedy, build- charge 1E Ings and sites; k.-.T. KnBllsli, purchas ing anil inaringpmonl.N was widely present time ,iv; ihe esiiec- h'e was .Jn on the new to" Maclcod over the high level bfidge.r nllllilb ulteii'ding tilc'Separale nicmuers m .lira a son -rni; .iiiiicnn "P vice's .to the orsanivanon. Mr. L o d al St. 'Ailsna, has teeua-membcr.for sn e M h at there- Mr. Kenny of .2 years con- .enietery-.I-ellibtUlgo Lodge jiin'nn I lolly ii1- Southern lcn Icachcra kjEliiy respected by all'wbo knew him A vote nf. thanks was to m'oufn.him irwidbw am' Vred Kenny and.W. Lloyd, .retiring "V daughler.agcd'ia Bill h; .mo'sl of It as sccrc lary-lroasiirer' of the hoard. U is'understood the city council is nmklng- '.'similar' nrrangements to nuance-the Separate'school board as, ll'iosc -ninde witil Ine I'ltMIc sclwol board.'. I'od NAVALT RECRUITS Ollavva, Jan. 0. Seven hiindred have-'joined tb'e Iloyal Canadian Naval according to figures of enlistment no.to llio .cud of. lie vear Jiibl .Tlioso are recriiills cnlisjed'in.'Cannda.'for service In tho Hojal Navy: "Lieur-Col J.'B-.Btewart, olliccr com in-Jndlii'g' the Canadian Artillery llriKade: and.ijiaior Alvin Itipley of ttic 20lh Italic'r'yvrmvolicou nienlioned In diapatclie's. -They arc Iwo ot a long li'al ot Canadian any lime dnrins the '.wnv dale.; '.Cn'valry men im: just aching for their hancc lo gel at Iho Huns. Cavalry ire licins lirepared and 111 rcadl- Tlic Huns are cipeellng a ilnvc y on I c L.I-.. day on the northern end of th Galioian.front .near the Gulf of Rig Today's official .report says o o _. ..15.' alan'alUckV'on "h7m the riye- llre ..____., Aa were'repulsed completely n w'hich'ca'valry be used. Durlni; GREEK -fpOOPS WITHDRAW hcBnlllc of :-.-gfV via- London Jan 9-Thc were belnf made to lorcc'a-gap in the of. Greek troops from German lines so that ;.lhc Thtssa1y has virtually could ride Ihrough, Eonie-j Women armed wllh rifles are replaolnq (Jerman sluck :i sign over, the br Hjes and the parapet: "Why don't you.ride Jim Boards Must! P: Developments Enquify at .Wasliinu- tnn ttefore Coniniillee. ashmeton.. Jan. The conlimial rriiicmb'cr rcoi'ns ibrougli any mnrri- asc. service. Ho admitted lie.might iiavc drinking, on Snlul'day niglit.' W. Alkeiis, pastor of Ihe MeUopolitau cliurcb) staled that he iml married Esan and Miss''Alice iclephone.operator, 3ii Snlnrday nlshl aiid that man walked all rishl. ..MrE.'.'Alkens had nskcd hiin if he iii-l drinkilij; and he "denied it. lie -iald, and in Hie middle of llic ser- vice Kiaii': was asked it lie under- stcod -'iv'hat ho was Aolne, and replied lie was" in" hia sane s'enses.. Tiiii'.niorollly department, 'iclns fpr.'jliQ young rotnsal of Tham'aa Luwson tb an- OIOUU) in- wniling .their cliaucc'to make-BOpd, Capl Steeln says ho would nbl'iiavj missed his experience at.tbe.front.tpr anylliillE. althoUEh lie is glad ..lo, .be back home for a while'-.The .Veterin- ao- Corns is worked very, hard K tlio fronl. The men ore divided into Ihree nilal3, tho mobile.section, attached to' artillery nnd cavalry, see lions. During liis ten mouths at HH front, Capl. three sections. for llie sreater of the- lime he-was attached lo Dr_ tiah and Auslralian. artillery units PROGRESS IN RUMANIA oernn via Sayvllle, Jan Ic fighting in.the leading into he Interior of nnrlherr Rumania Is re ported in today's war office commum cation Notwithstanding ocle mined Russian resistance, the .Teutonic, roops stormed defences on both tides of Kasino and Suchilia valleys. Field troops have captured the Rumanian lowij of Gal taken more Ihan 5400 prli oners. German Story Sa'yville was pronminceil. artillerr actiuU -I., .range'al immerous points alont noica aniuuiiiniB Ihe ITnlon Hank, and tons'also provideil I o, creW j lut WW come in.'High; This arrangement brought smilcsTle: Low 'i; Tho ciarainatlo'.is arojv In leri... -30 noMcjl in all boiler rooms .v and mild. In Ki> KH iui Presence of lliese ofllcrrs in France marks Ihe beginning of 1'orliigafs actual P rllnralion in Bgnl iiig p.clivilies.-' -Tnc oiricen, Ihei'r, impatience to consummalc Holr ountry's cnlraiicc into the war bv ictuai contact Avith Ihe Germ-ins larapel and fighting HIM. II -s nnderslood Iho Pqftuijucse forces are eauippul w.lli 75-mlllimetre Bcld guns thcie bitter ies regularly conslltulmr; T OI the" Fortngiicso REGISTRATION t CAMPAIGN ABOUT OVER Postmaster'. Hamlj ind assistants will lirici.lcally'complete 10( ay IhR ask bf colleeling tre Niuonil Heels irallon'cards, and a census of mem mill be taken lomshi Ti been coining in t ell be saj'< tlgurca at sou ;