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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 10, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta .VOLUMJC x; ALBERTA RURAL ASSOCIATION Musi lissome.- Assurance :Tlftil Anreeiiienls He Kepi, UNION'S CQiXTliOI.I.Kn This IsuS'liiti-mcnl Ily Opcmloc.s In Confci'eiKc Otliiwii.- Settlement SETTLEMENT.' Ollawa, Jan, At one o'clock this .afternoon Hon. Hofaert ROB-, ers'ilalei no definite Eellle'menl of 'the vicstern coal difficulty had been arrlv'td'at. .He appeared to be hopcfuj that II would be pos- sible to.' announce a solution of the pfOblsm iicfori lonnv- TKere v.'is-'a iilflher. conference this morning, between... the operators aiia'mlncrs. While the operators were" disposed r.lgi dick lo the i views c'ipresceil in the memoran- ''duhi Riven to the government on there 'Is a feeling in iiie air here trial ,'a '.solution of the difficulty will be reached which will avoid a '.discontinuanc work in'the mines nffccled. LETHBRIPGE QFFICER5 QUALIFY Capl. 1... Asiiullli ami L'ant. John SkeUon, fo'rinciiy. of llie mill l.ethbrliJBe Hlghtou'lcis have' successfully passed cx- amlnnilons in musketry nt the recent Canadian Mutkcliy school held :it Slioriicllffo Kisland. ABiultli losses willi inen- ami Captain Bkelfon se- cures first class certificate. of 1} --Expect'-a Compromise oiiawii c6i.ircrc.uc was'held-'tonight-between .the men IJCTS of.'ilio-sovermiipiil anil the'oper- ators.' On' Its conclusion lion, nolicrl. 110-ers arid 'mat Ihere'was nothing to Dial I was likely siii' annonricc.nicnl would tic The Wca pro- vail, Iharibr; .operators will conscnl makij agreement.; oiicof Ihd rcnrcscnlallvcs i oflWmeii-Jefi tonight ilfMlls'kfci allcnd'a .board mcclme .of Canadians Broke Up a Peace Meet London, Jan.. lyh'irlviind rush by soldiers led by a Canadian N. C. 0. In kli'akl wound up an at- tempt lo liold a meetlno on Tuesday night at a nail In Wai- lhamstoiv, on ttp- outskirts of. London, by James Ramsay Mac- Donald, Labor and Mrs. Ph'lllp Snowden, wife of a pacl- ff DR. MILLER TO. SPEAK large attendance, Ifi ?x- jictled tomorrow at Ilio Hoard of Trado Iiinclieon when Dr. Miller of Ilie Institute ol tor.ll- iiolocy will cildiL-is the racel- ing. The members of bolh tne Sotllcnicnl Also Give Giiiiritnlees King C'oiistantinc Asked For IJH.'illup nun. allcnd to hoar what Dr. Miller has lo cay about Iho relurneil v soldiers and industrial survey at Ihe province which Is to hi! made boejnning next week. The luncheon will be held In the Chinook Club at IS.3D iinil the aildrcss will commence at 1.15. SEVKHK CHITICISM OF SAI.ONIKl CAMPAIGN. riant! ;ind l.loyd-Gcnrgc ISotli Coinmilled To This Expe- dition and Won't Rcciill II From lea lo ,ishl: A. II. Secrelury-Trqasurcr; K. iimuin MaJIcod.- Director; Voremosl. J.'H. Youiigslown, (Seated) ilsl'member-of'par.liameht. After clearing the.hall of. all pacifists, the soldiers turficu a. meeting to push, the war to a relentless end. Ym-k J-.n 10 -I'orsislenl reports Cerman was incl in ami i en LVLlnv aitmtoon enrrent'today in well' as is id.utiiTvc Circulating Petition for Peace Now London, Jan. Democrats are circulating peti- tions to be sent to, Chancellor Oclhman Hollwen demanding that Gjrmany give up all plans of con- quest and make peace at once One of the petitions was found on German soldiers lakin.priion- er on the Somrrie within the. las'. few weeks. Tii'e nict the.Rbveriimciil'early m'.lhr at- a compveheii- sivd lii.rir case. -They Mill iiialiilalu-in'elr opposition trj the claims-of "which (hey cliarac, terizc sis unjustifiable niiirexorlnlanl. The government: has evinced some In ,c.6liliectioll with. II nUiiiUc; fearing "Ural slioul.d' the mines be closed, down by; reason of the "would ensue o Iho coal The rralort pointed out that the .llJP.nl' Involved only Olio-third of the coa cuss n other; M eel in ff., Probably ;Fridiiy f; RUSSIAN POST l.n.ldon, Jan. Iliissian lire- bus resign- ed According to the llculev coiTC-silan- Idenl at .I'ctroErnd. hoth I'rcra er I Tienoli and Count Isnaticlf, minister instreclion, have reslsncd 1'rlnce (iolitzlnc. r. and nemher of the council.of.the empire, las been appointed- premier. Senator (i" iiftcbilsky has ap- pointed minister of.lJublie.instrilclran. M ..Xeratolt, deputy foreign nlllllr'-- has been appointed a member oi council oi the empire. lil" Central' School 1 audiiW'iuni .llio'Sirel .'public- meeting for the discussion of .civic mailers in General anil the prop'cscd Grace Mine purchase, in .particular ,will be held, when "the mayo.r'iind ciminlssioters will pet .forth their -rchEons tor-sun- mines of Alberta; cpniprised .williii Dislricl thn duly n shortage. ;of lransror.tal.on "create a anil intimated iliat in llicir opinion any closing down ot Ihe mines; necessitated by.refusal p irraiit tlio 'de'mnrids of ihc ripen would be only ot shon duration. Hi? hinted Ihal V a'rc.isonahle increase could be 1 upon duvillo'lK.ol the jiorllng ilic ix Couviclipns One Miner Goes to. Jail; For Two Months -.Taber, Jan. has been tlie ijesUsceue of opcrt'ions ot the plain of. the attorney general's eparlmeut In seeking convictions for ilft-actions'of the llciuor afct. Ycslcr- mostly., foreigners. FIRE AT SHOPS -OF PRESTON CAR COMPANY Vreston, Jim. which broke out here about, o'clock this morning ,ll.l tlio-lareer ereriion shop ot-the Preslon Car nnj Coach com- pany completely destroyed this build- and the mclal working building. Tlie mill was sa'vctl liy hari work 'The origin of the fire is no known. loss will bo nearly 5-10 OUO. '_ 1-iight cars in .course; nf lion -ivere fatally Tom "the Canada West "mines, were lie object of proacculiou. and the ma- V of liiem paid ilic minimum nne aKrcr.cl upon iwi qiicmlors niiKhl consider, it. ,PAOE If -Dnr3manirs..ilalL can ll'all--over ailsflcd, he proiipsllion s a good one. To Ihe Herald' this he slated' lll.at hi-. reason 111 securing the properly would ,c 'to reduce the taxes.. .Without that object in view, not know that liio citv should consider altlioush the always a "ood one. If it is lust-llic.matter o a coal niiiic for Ihc'liowcr house, use the nrcscnt city- mine ,.will furnish r.qarbf.a kind, for more, he hiilievcs. very liilo ihc whole. [jroposaP at the riili'llV mcellnEs anil. thinks he can c opcn-minncd jatcDaycrs that ic'ls litil chasing llie" not'pi Ihc .foot of the rainbonv' di'an Paci'fic railway, li Montreal, Jan. joniy Ine with Ilic come across with Loninn, Jan. Greek counclj ol ministers favors accep- tance of the' terms of the allies' ultlmalum, accordina to an Athens dispatch to the Exchange Tele- graph company. Saloniki Expedition London, Jan. same elements of the press liisl responsible for the unhorsing of Aiqullh are nov; vieorously as- sailing the Saloriiki expedition on the' ground that it is dissipating the strength of'the allies and-is Impossible of big military success because of transportation difficul- lies. Lloyd-George Is an "eastern- er" and' Briand was largely re- sponslble for organizing the ex- pedition, so any change In the Balkan situation, such i withdrawal of the expeditionary forces of ths allies, would amount to .1 complete "about face" for th leaders of the two governments. Gives Guarantees Athens, via London, Jan.. The ultimatum ol the entente powers, after making Its demands on Greece, gives Greece guaran- tees against any extension of the revolutionary 'movement. Discuss Lund Other TlYpril .Will' Helurning Ottawa, A conference h'e- ir.-cen government add provincial' re- presentatives in connection-, wll.li :V.o- Al a'meeiinB'ot llie (Jail; ilosiijtur lloaril. it'.ernuon. ncv' Caiion J E JlurrcU-Wrigjit. waa .ap- poiriterl cliaiioian of tlie'board for thfi Macbeth and AlexV Joliiwlbne have been appointed M _. it TTinse ores- tlie noii in.a.u.b Icsire Iq relievo freiglit congestion, wilKbcconic eircclivc on .Satnrday iicxl: the ibla'l reiiuclions on lin'es in Ontario and lo do so and lahcn lo Lclliiirlilg'c, where lie will lie a sucst of -Warden" Itivcrs for two uiouths. The day previous Charlie Knos; a local barber, paiil a line'of and lio''liail imported 10 nottles ol GET- MAJORITIES London, Jau. Pafton and A. J: 7lh dian have .been eaiclted icmporary majors wliilc cgromaadnig coinranles. eiigines. SOTHERN'S FINAL EXJT .Now. Vofli, -Ian.' Definite jan noiincemcnl that B. !1. fiothcrn never will aiiucar oil-the slagc. has hecn made here liy physi- cian Mr rcturneir wkcro lib became last week.. .I.STOHEY BUILDING FALLS Jan. 9- The. fouv- 'clorcy. blinding of SLOI-- asc colapiMd atlernopn a.nri several persons are rciiorteil bur iu liic- ruins. ICCn UllUlie'l nuerii.ujj. ic.wa's perfectly sober when the rai.l ic was periccuj was'mailc ahu natural conclusion i lie.foint'Ttt.s that others hail parhn-l i tnnrl .TlltlCO Lav) i I-OiTI finauoial pnase o! ll'.c the Gazelle's cor- respondent, in London caliles, "is now niilieriuosi in all minds and great lire- yaratioiis arc im fool to make Thurs- day's meeting'it success.- The Cuilil- hail mecliug on 'Miursday is to he lollowcd hv -mass meetings through- out the United -Kingdom. Overseas dominions wftl not lo hc- causo nil Bnglislimcn realize that llicy uro doini; Ihplr-own almrc. One 1m- featlire .stKiicn pi in well in- formed quarters is-the reallincss of Ihe hanks "to make advances to cli- ents in order, lo enable, them lo nlaKc inliert Ilorden at noor.. I arc; Hon.-Edward; re Moil. J. T. Decarlo a Quebec; ion, Ht-'lL, Manitoba; Hon.-James, L.runswlek; lion. n. .M. .McGregor. N'ova Scolia; lion. J. A. Calder, katcliewanrPr-eVnicr II C; Ureter liritish Columbia, aun :M? l.can anil OlnlllUlu, lion Murdock :McKiuiion, ,-rmce Island.- It is cxpec.t- ed that Premier A. I... Siflon of bcrta, wlm has been -111 tfew, also will be present. Sir Robert will preside a( the con- ference Ibis altcriionn. million Bovornntciu will its nro petals -rcii nroviiicinl ----T -already slKtcd, relate both lo sel le submissioir.tiJ the (h'.lcgates. Tlicy will, na Victory Lo'an achieved will proMbly be dc.fc lil the conference is filially, concluded provisiim'for those wlio don'.l care to nc fuiii L "I i -'i ft Tliu k 111> affrlcilllUTG- -l.S linn'O Sn but e bin elollics men taken possession-of a conmooioas bill fday the-'books jusl around rom the Ur.n- e carers company, and those House corner, ami arc planning I'nnhiert Inrw ill point of bulk [arrangements lo receive wagon .oadi. looked and of prospectuses nnd to dislrihute then, Ic'ircscs Investigated, i.v minion. Those who know tne abovo convictions a3 a result. PctrograuY- via "London, Jan. 10.- 'nusslnu troops, attacking the German lilies lil Iho "region of Lake Dauil, weal nt Rica liave'licofed an advance .of more lhan a niile7 posltious. helwceii Tirul innrsh and M ihc war'oflicc announcc-1 lodav. In Iho' riEhilnBlln Ihis'Vcfilon since Friday, last the .nuaaianyhave cap- lured 21 heavy Buns and. 11 ,'German .Report Berlin; via .Sayville. Jan. lO.-ltc- ncwcd Itussian attacks wHh slrongcy forces sonlhwcs. nl Hlpn near'ihc'norlhcrn cud of the IlussoCaliciau fronl. The war office Ihcse cfi'orls were Completion o{ Weyburn Line r Would Save Farmers Money ff.fj m'f'-' pHESIDENT nnuounces' that without success. Rain Interferes rtcrllil, Jan. ivilh oil .Ihe rronl: army hintlqiiarlcri! announced Fnimers living -on :r ihc blirlmK- Manyhcrr'ics' hrancli.'ot'Hic C.P.lt. are Icsillh an avcraEC 6'. two cents per on every bushel of grain they shiii hccauso of llie facl lhal Ihq, sap fietwccn Manybcrrics and' AllavvM. Ihc c-aslcrn end o( BtcCl, is not com I'lelecl. This roprctcnls a loss on Urn years crop in' llial dlal.rlct ammmt- Inp to between and tins (act is In view pt lirccl line, would in.icr 2 '2-o-ciints eiich' UUEhel. "At" Mnnybcu'ic's Is directly south of Me.lichic pave Ihc "I'aliowhl 1111 likelihood pt ilerfctcn wllhlll the riest three wccka, Its construction nrbgrani for IhlsL The sap between M.Miyhcrrics anil Mlawan Is between M and 23 miles W1I1LM la o....-.......-- ]lal the coniliielion of Iho line woisin riobalilv Kivc a 31 cent rale, cited ing a snvlne ot over 5 cenu ncr While it roBsliIaicil likely tha Ihe company will proceed willi'th coasl'mction ol !lic this >car Ihere Is some dcuhl. All Ihe fanner sud the boards of tnldo along Ihc hue are anxious lhal Iht.linc be rpnplet- w p BANK RESIGNS liio. h'y Those who know the Idelaiis of tlio-loan are ntccltcd most! .solemnly to secrecy. GEORGE GOT IT Toronto, Jan. 'docloralo .of laws (Iionorus causa) of Ilia Univer- sity.ot Toronto was conrcrnd, ycsler Chicago. Jan O-innerntoat OUana. .Ian-. .-The There, -.is. -nn evidence early peace ;ii Ihe. of-: fices'of the .'iroiicrlal piunitions board iu Ollawa. :'6n-the, contrary liaratio'us are for a protraclcd slnig-. clc Since the elevation of.lllEiil lou lo Ihc.premicrshili; Iho Var'office plans, as nntcrprelca from orders Mun- tidns board, have redoubled iu vlgol. Expenditure in .Canada of scores ol .mllions Qt dollars on munitions plants-of many kinds has been ie- sity.ot Toronto was conferrjil, ycsler- Lnca6o. _- 'j dav on Rir Gcbrgo r.ameau. clinirman workings ol an allegei ifltvstem are In the bel.ef.ol I ii__.A hi a U1IIC ni maio cc'itly inllioriicd. In some cases n PlanlS- canaot possibly be .ready for months ami when'they arc completed Ihc national service commission will. jWlnnipce. Jm.; lO-Georgc. Enlonlo' committee of System are In the belief, pt unuonai seryK-u Suu........-..---.-.. I 14 years gen- N Allntncy Iloyae, revealed. In a li Wc Ia-Jor lor cral" manager of the liuion lounns i Inten rom 1 -The policy olthonftvr Ucuicnanl Augustus ..White K0r councii is evidently lo with his Unti-n. cce'iied.liy II. II- Shaw, who has- hccn -assistant general. manager for some years. It this Bralli arrt vb the, s at a "rate- .d.-s, Ilic sam r in ihc sa were con- Forcfnosl would ed Ihis year, an! the loss on grain In today's clatcnl.cn Amrc were- there says liic .ttsilw.ci.il. Attack'i in" Rumania Uerlln Jan. Counlc'r-iitlaclis.inadc by along llie northern lllUElans .were driven haci ot i 1 5 ccnls per bush'-lcos of Fokshani cl on Ml lents al.nrescni. which n-ouid a fooling on the left bank of a 22 cent nilclbo save! by construction the Hie Putlia.riTjr- ea 11113 -v-" 'hilimcnls'nt nrcse.nl, owmn'lo the back haul." will Im. one of the rcyons f.nt forwnrd In urging the ccnls rer lo uildcrlakc Ihe ccnstrtclion in .Ila as Is cnlbycd iflij program. ,i '.VI prcs- Krom >hc eastern cr.u o( Ihn .line there Is a Brcal desire lhat the bridged owing lo lilii "Buffalo Denver, William .Frcrleritk Cody (Buffalo soldier, hunter snd scou'., idol of juvenile-Am-rirj, dltd at 12 05 o'click ibis cflcrncon at the f Ho me" of his slslsr. With Colonel Cody when death came was his wife and da-jorit-ir, who hid hur- ried Ccdy.-Wyo., Ihc family, home, last to at his arw) hii sislf.r, Mrs- L E. Denvtr. Cot. CoSy had uccn.ln a itstc of coma since this morning. cainsi Iho police. The places listed wore enumerated r headings of "salnons ihlin-'-, "chiefs "ran-.be ra'iued." "'cannol "trails; houses" and -disord-lv-liouscs." In front of fonie ot thu tlsurcs such 'as olhcr HAY HAVE CAMPAIGN THE HOLY LftND. '.J- Washinptoli. Jun. Holy iJind nray bo. the ncxl imiicrtant theatre ot-war-OlTi- :v cial dispatched, received.licre y indiralo that the Urilish forCK in the Suez region arc. lire-par- OUliA attorney lo Sion ot ihe grail '.drtam Of 1 I v ;