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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 13, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta Kaiser's "'Holy Wrath" at vo TheReply of the Allies llestless.fUmlcr Prnlohucil Con- OltjuVM, Arc lo Strike OPPOSING HIDES l-'AU Al'AIlT Twice, By j Thrilri'ions, Expires Mondity. URGED TO STAY Ottawa', Biggs, .'District ;ie ol the is Bald to bs on the way'.'home lo the'welt, and il IE understood thai'Ihe .miners' In all the camps have'-been askcd-to re- main 'at'viork pending his arrival and a'discussion .of the situation wltri otliir officials'. a deadiocK .'In the negotiations between ihc miners and operators in their Ottawa contcicucc willi officials ut tho departu.cnt-.pf labor. Ihe min- ers ol District No'.. IS', II. -SI. W. of A. lire woudtrliis (quay; what..the nri', flcp will he. Tho .men. have Bilon Ihcir work, until'Jan. 15th. cvonins, will Icll the laic; whether; they, 10 offoit lo force-'lliRlr .n wage H Three-times hiyo Al first .iiiey liron'ilscd' lo.' work Dec IpMoj'.loiv risSn-io'liear.' evidence compile Ills report; on-.-the' cosl of-livfliK throughout report not hoiii" 'flaislicd'al that time, Ihcy prnmlEcd; to remain al r.qrki until Iljc 111" lii Ihe meantime the Otlawa fonfGrcH'coMKMl been called to con- sidcr the ieimrt, 'and no decision Irav- Ing been reached al New Year's, they -arc. their- promise tor another, lo days.' TiIo'.May is the last day ol .this jcrio.l; and .with .no "sbbd news Tliousurids I'rom I'ncirest To Uichcst Hush To SuliscriW Their Shnrc KI'FICCTIVR ANSWER TO HUN PROPOSALS BRIGADE.MAJOR.W...D.. ADAMS Canadian officcr-who lias- Just Ijcen t awarded Iho .MilUnry-'.Cro.ss..; Major i Jinny Corporations Substrihe Classes Fi'ccl) .ondon, Jan. lha'n four hours'niter the new British war, loan bad been opened lo subscription FII- yond i; their lust lor further enhanced Ilielr calumnious anscrltimB.. Tlicl aim ;-US HE of Germany. U.e dismemberment' ol the powers a vUlh n i'nd'llirfcnsiarancnl of the freedom at Kurono, and Ihr, under the iino yoke thai O'W-c-. willi gniMns Icclli, Is now emlimiiB. Mine ymc i t hl o( ihc bloodiest irl'ill i" an. unscrupulous economic .war, U.ey will also. Tail lo nccpinnl hjh 'u ffnlurc--6ur zlonous and our Iron HtronellloMv.il, with I, 'h o Hie front, lwrac' havc n1 ia ship" ami liislrek guarantee thai also in Hie (ulurc our Mloved atu aid lus.-n6thl.iE 10 fear. BuriiliiB Indication am! holy wialh Kill redouble of every German iniurand woman. wlicLher .'I Ho to work, or to We ore ready for al. 'Lrinccs The Clod who planted Ills glorious spirit of freedom in In icarls ol'our braj-e people, will also E'VC us and our loyal allies, t-sta iwlllc, tl.e fulj victory over all the enemy lust tor power and rag. l Himling Parties Clear Herman Trenches From Day To Day of Mstny Men. Quite Ready. To Surrender To f Gel -'Away From Front. lIiMPOUTANT 'GAINS ARK MADE IX THE '.ilEGION OF day hail .been ca'plaln In Ihc .VIcloHa- el Montreal, prlorlo the iwar.' jan..iJ3'.' 1-f The'Canadian lied Cross Is overwhelmed with par- cels sent from Canada tor. prisoners- ol War in enemy, cpiialrics. It nol seem to be known in.Canada tliai such jiiircels, ilthou'sh; addressed, to 'Individual prisoners, have auloroallc: ally lo p.-.ss through, (he and thai this lo send only Ihlrly "pounds p f.orfn.Eh to each man. i.iim ijunuui Parcels in many, instances ccjiic fonilni trim Ottawa. Iho men arc be- n anraaBed, cbmllliun tinning to .wbndcr'whal the outcome T'hn II is'likely ihat most of the locals will hold uieelinSB tomorrow after- noon "when-'ll.ev will coniimmlcalo their' wishes lo the district oiliccrs at Kcrnic.- -K.llicy Uleclde nothing further can. bo [Rained hy wAlling on the "Ollawa conference. nc F.n un.m-'tu jiTim-i. T.- Vave Ihe Hrilish iiconlc rciilicrt to tho nrocpsslon of peace notes slartei by (icrmany. The first subscription I" tlio new loan made shortly lifter 8.30 o'clock I in-the morning, was Ihe chcrnie.to from an insurance company Tills was followed by a flood of sub ECl-intious, small arjli great, 'i'lic larfi cst was from Ihc .I'r.idcnlial Assur mice demanded- 000 000 "worth. Several other, corpp ations. applied early in bc'lwccn Ihe Oral instalments. AHliou-h prosiiecli.se 1 had 'already distributed Ihroug -1 Hie'ii'osl jam'of "iiconlg wa 'clbnioi-ius at-ll.cvdoors ot the Uai of' when il was Dank tlerk 'uiisliicss- men, 'cDslorraongcrs. .-a iers anil women ot all classes, Ml morning lb-o i numbers qu.to possiblcMh.al n. strike order will go out oii Monday. -_- Mennwhlle tlie'oncralors "re silting tteh'1-nol-Mylng-iy word. Hut n Ihe action ot the railway co.nir.inles. lie- vending on this 'district for foal sup- ply ia liSyVrlleripn of Ihe probable fu'rlhcr action of the operators, Ihcn B Btrilie Is-i.dlslinct possibilily. The railways arc piling- H Is'this fact which precipitated die' action-of ihe 'SpoVune Chamber of Comlnerco oilier day m asKlns the 10 TClalialory..sloiis lo shnl oft Western Cnnada's'coal'.supiily. from Ilin I'enn- .fields Wsslilnjlon Idaho, had been shut olf trom Ihcir ordiaary.supiily of coal from Urn Crows Nest-Held.-The railways arc cciiservins tlic.oulpi.l from the Crows Nest mines, and.Spokane faces a coal lii this, field has now reached r. iicad, aiid the next IS hours will Icll vvhclher-'n strike Is to be the dead winter or v.hcJhcr -.in-bcreiibO in wages will 110 Lrantcil' Hie'hic'n. will assure their rai.aini.iB at work lo supply ihc enormous 'demand.'for coal' all over 'the prairie Farther. Apart .Than Ever Ollav.-T Jaii. llobcrt nog- Pr.o who liaa Montreal. I loir T W. Crolhera, minister ot lab- or and lion. Martin Bun-ell, -were, in furvlicr" cont-rdnco this innrnliiB In rcBanUW'thri'iAltiintf aiiuntlon In 1 Olsirlcl IS. Nellhcr .roiwcsciitalivca of ihe oi.enilnrs' nor Ihc mtir were present. Atlar Ihc csnlcrcncc It was kldlc.l lio solgllon Ihc ilVflcillly had arrived ot. M ain prosDCCluscs fon. llELPtESS IN MOBS Intense Kigliiing on Mnceiloniiin and Thrust I'Vom Trenches on Riimauian tish-Success Norlli of Anei'c. I Illy rhillip Oibhsi 1 Immlrcd or so prisoners to 20D Wiih il.fi llrlliBh Armies lii Uic l-iclil, previously taken. It Is a conliunalimi via. l.ondo'n, Jan.- al- of Ihc series of small .aclis were made Ibis nldrninB by the which happened ihis part of hL Uritl-sh troops to the north of Dcaii- ciurine ihe last ten dass. flic> ln.ont-IIan.el. in which .they. iiuslied have not been big hghtsi.laci vcrc 'Ihc Germans oIT some high 'sibiind important 11.1 unl.laiy I from which Ihcy had. olBervallpri.pf "allhoughvol local iniportaiicv, lint tiioi 'British trenches, and added unother very clearly ll.e rliauclcr. of Aiiis'i'crdSml Jan. 13.--: Thu UQWs'has mil Itat icrc ivire popular illsliirli- nces last Salur- crowds in trowds'. were iumCroi.Fi shops. such a.jpolnl U.ai thc.jroops quarlcrc'l lei ia Cratz were callcil Qlll. Troops incliid- cil a batiallcii Another-' tcEimeni 27th reglnic.il. was comiJosed Thu Eohlicis re- cn.ci.y -ui cunm-i.j (o'attack iiie uoiiulace'and officers nowcrless, inarched Uic men back to the barrflcks. Disturbances were rtliew'c'd on yiin- cluyj.wllhoul alii from the mllltnry They- were; on iinonsirics.'lo he scaltcred hroadcasl iinong the wsallhy clients and icrous merchants. Simitar, scenes were enacted at the banks in London and Ihfoi.eh'o'nl the Kingdom, as well as at all post olficcs: -Application forms were dislribulcd lo nmnilions workers everywhere, the government especially .askins .or-workers', week- ly savings. r CONDITICtN CRITICAL Prince Albert, condition' of 'Sei.nlor. wits ..uij necu today. en I'als Convicted and Sam Fate'Awaits Him If He; Over Uordcr WitliFood Turks niib nimei warfare nml the spirit ot i the men who are up lu Ibe m-ing lines, anil.tlio'.effect of tlic. dcfinllc ra.ul deadly llritish policy of hammering at Ihc Germans unccaBhigly .with higlr explosives, Bivi.iB thc.ii nojrcsl, no. sllcnto for the iicrycs.-no kind uf truc.i wliatovcr. Tho wcnlbcr in Ihe i.oui.try lie-, and lieaumont-Ili'.mel .a. r as bad as anywhcrii aloi.g Ihc -Ueliiiiil tl'm German lines Hcrli .Soine-time ago Ihe Herald announc il that'the Minneapolis, St. I'aul am. Hallway, a subsidi ry of iiio- C.I'.II.. iutended to miih ..ring-ibc. coming summer into Ih lorth 'bl Montana, with the ultinnte utealibn' of. hliildlnr; north into. Al- bc'rlii.to lap Ihe lAlhbridge-WQyburn Noiv conies an aniio.inccmcnl wliicl. Been'is to lend color lo Ihe opinion ihal Ihc Son lino is headed wesl willi a'.'aSr.cific, plan in sighl lo cfnnecl up vvlib coast nointa via Ihe Crow's Nest Hhc'of tho'C. I1, ft. H is staled au- Ihnritatively.lhat when tlic'-Spokane International line, f.ora Spokane to Kinssiatc.Twns boiiEbl Ihe C.l'.lt. anc Soo .line- jbiatly made the purchase Al'Uic lime, it was it was s'uicd Ihal the line had been ____.____ i Ihc C.P.It, hut n. C. Cor- -1 ot Ihe Spokane Inlcr- lohanncs II. 'VoS -.KoolberEcu, '.iatroaal has since given out that.Ilia Ilo'pp.. Ibncli. ..with volume nf irafr.c in raid on the Anatolian' coast, by- a Russian squadron is .'reported in a Central- Newa 'dispatcli'. from 'Pelrogrod. The huisia-nTVahx'.foHy Turkish, sailing vessels which were carry, ing-food-to Conslanlinople. ma'v lio'-iiEn'li'i.ir ever tlic riii.i ami tleeti. ll.lle.ll .m .11 .flowir the. r -V pets aiid sandbags. Jan 13. via l.o.iuoii.-Tlic Karjy yesterday morning a -small. iiHliougir e'xprcEsing .iielac-hnicnl of soldiers tol- k'lntio.ral wi.al it considers slurs lowed.the barragu as' far .as. the tirf- on Iho Central Powers in mail dugouls ami'Kavc jhe rneil uui.iiK of Ihc entente-lu I'resMent .Wilson, '-there, the .dealli- anil. and' alllioush ansercA" at' Ihc peace: surrender. One of condliioiis. finds consolation lii .the They, were wet, tom.WUy niiscrdunu bclic't Ibnt Hie noto will'' serve" lo. .men; ncrvts-ufotan by Jbe SiScC hufcs! nr-ctcd ctfect of Ihe allies' reply, ai.id ot.SM yards. ignore the second -'nernian 1. think there-were more of Ihciu which was miblN.nd Ihan Ihc atlacklns force, which eouslv The pau-aermiin only a i-aiiling parly.; This moriuns other hand -ivcr, the the attack -was, In slronger. force It inicalion 'iho impo'rl- was an acliqn ot-sorae Imnorl ,ud bails it-as a-sign that Ihe an'cc, haviiiB foi -Us oblect the central powers archill-, ing ot Ihal h.ell Erounil 12 None Arc ''Believed. Killed. .N'cw York. Jan.'- Four bunllrcd tnc cipiui nla n played a-foxy ganio. .Ihrousi bid a'.hollVon him" al-'.llie when e reus off his sentence in Iho Jail here if he n possession ol llnt.or fined iSO iiad cosla.by JlaElalraJo, Kllon. John l.i'iul' i'as liutdr'-ilO for behis dnink'aml.'ilisijrderly.-v- iousa Icslrcy'eJ 'b'y' lire and explosion :il he .1.. Plant of Iho Da- pont Powder, Company a onlght. Ll No Lite Uosl Now York, -Jan. While otiiclal Infonnall'gh' lacking II appeared loday there wis no loss ot life in the scries of -powder el'ploslons at Ihe idant Of ihe Dupqnt- Powder Com- pany.- at- llaskeli: X. J., last nlghi. About 12 cniployeCB were slightly In- ftrlhcr Ihc opcr- apari than nlors they wore a. few 'flays aeo. Further iftoris1 will together' brlng them EDITOR GETS DAMft6ES Itesinn, Sasfci, Jan.- JoSir ficoll cdltoV'of Ihc WWlcwpoiriisr- ald, was' a'wErde'd SJ.POO nanligii in tlis supreme cniirt lotlay for Injnrica sirone> hcallliy aiirl IS jcnrs ot aee-are now wanlc' lo join His SlaJcsly-GiNavy. Thoie lU'O qua of cnllsiins can iiow.reoko ap- lilicalion lo'yrcd. AV.'.Bowncr al'Ihe navnl rccrnillTig olllcc, Vicloril -iliin- slons, I.ethbrlclgc. This Is your onpor- luniiy. boys, lo serve.yptir Kins, and ecur.lry. Iii Uils however' Von Knolbcieen ,vas mistaken. His offence is ilol'Ci- Iradilable.. However, ho was ono'-ot the ilcYcri.daiilE in His Irial, and IhoUgh "not p'rcEcnl." n convlcllon I sasFaioon, J..... lislatibn 'aiuVbyhws romniltlce of Ihc mm would he an easy mailer If recommend'Ihal U a.'aulhoril'ics were to lay hands 0111 company .loins businoss possibility ot a in -lMe. charged n license fee 3 years and M5.000 Tine is enough, consldrrcd "prohablc Ibat keep VDli Koolhereeu rcllEiously. oil! ratily Ihls dccls- sustained liy talllhG sus cr shaft al' the King's holcl- Ihe clevat- STR. SUNK.. -.lau.' 12. Danish ilcamcr lias, been uiiuli by a r.bmarinc. Tlie crew was saved.. ursc'at tlie military i army headquarters i. npuncsd i.'.i> MAMiXn- 1 nthtrnlso welo saneil.nanls to- Voo.lv, WhV-elaml, llnl .'mam he ratily Ihls dccls- on ot the bylaws commlltce. MAHKETS Spot Local jr.acjj whoa Miy wheat Local "track, oilt -AVKATHBR PorccMt: i 20 -I Iccominj colder. Light Oreal' llrllaln.'.. in. suc arransciocnl can he -made, by Ihc war rccorda oliite, Vilaily newspaper for' ol Canadians serving in t.'anil France, -Is to be eslahlishcd: here, il proposals al present helng ingod nn officially arc carried lo "fru.ilion. SAYS BRITISH CRUisER'sUNK llcriin. via vl-. Ilritl bee llcriin. via Sayville.Man.-.. lritlsh cruiser of the Juno Ivpe, ha een destroyed by Turkish suniirc, l "lioiivinaiii'noJiiioiis'1..'.. French Report aii wis -irtillery flBhling in ot says today's Vil.cbl annhunccmcnl. In. Mactdonla Berlin, via Sayville, Jan ri I of Ccrna liosUlerontua'niei lil'-mc ng tnwr.rd Stravina were oday's olficlal report..from Ihe Macc- lonian front. Quiel on Galiclan Front irlin. Jaii. Coniparatha ra'.n conllnuca lo prevail, siya to day's ofli'cial report on the HIHSO- front. Thrust Petrogradi via London, Ian rtnmaniiin torcea In Iiio region of ttc viver Slanlc In JIolflaMa ef-r i 1 iolcnt hatlle AJsl-o icrnan troops, threw Ihe luck and occupied their trcnchc-- skis'n. BisHan "olitelal Bfitcmcnt is sued ot Ihe river lhc> invaders force.' bick Ho ;