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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 15, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta City Entertaining Many Patrons ot Rbafirg Game ol MOK. l.cui In "I tin Uosl.k President of Curlers IMP. Supl! I'erYnefather llcre Autlioi iied loVGet That Many' in HEHE If ihcrc are'iiliy.'youni; fellows In Southern .Alberta .who to loin a military organisation; oic of the chic Kfl plenty of' riding, there are place open for. Ihcin with the II.N.W.M.P llie ffiSiis riders 'of Ihc plains, Su- licrintcndcn't'f'e'nnefatlier of "KV. divi- sion "lias'-beca-'aulUorizeil .to recruit 40 or. started'on will fjejocalcii bore tlic men for training nur- known as yet Vfhal plans tbB Mounted [Police .will 1st. when .Ihe nroS-ihclal'lsbvcnimerit takes over own-police. Bui It It known llie. be .Increased In one of llio chief tire, border This1 praciically-.scllles.il Hiat l-.eth largo [orcc-iftef'-Mfirch here llie more TStL il jiowresb Cranbiook, 8; lloyrl. I.clhbrldge', 13 (Urand lawe'l'crnK' 11; Clark, 12 Kabtiier "cnile Slinpan, l.cthbrhigC. 12 (Orand licrclimor, I'crnlc, 10; Camerori.'Craulirook. C Tonlclu't; draws are ;IH follows: 6 O'CLOCK DRAW Clark (Grand Mahon vs Morgan (Grand llercbmer v.i Cook (Urand l.ajv (Carinaneay) ys Johnson 8.30 O'CLOCK DRAW I'enl vs Iloyd _ Shepherd vs Wales Crantjrook N'o. 2 vs Katlner Hamilton vs Mi-.N'ubb (Urand i Speaker May be A. Permanent Appointment I.ociil Miners lint-May Oul-TomoWpw-Vcrnie Men Go.On Strike Tonight -C.'ovl. Issues Statement.. O.NIJH ALLIES MUST RECKON ON PROLONGATION WAR; KAISER WILL f IGttf TO LAST Lontloii, Jon. Writing In. Ilic Observer, J- U Garvln slrikes a nole lhal oxCL'ssivc optiralsui is dangerous. lie remarks: V'll Is no paiadox, Ijut a'lilain Certain- ly (0 say that we shall Insure Ilic Hie biggest- sot- speediest as w ecus by dclllicrnlcly reckoning wltll Ilic nossibility ol prolonged oiicrallons. It Germany gets over the cconoune liinfli between siirins llnal iibaso may well be a nglit to ilcallr, prolonged sis monllis lieyoiul (lie best iiresent csliniate of prolia.- bllilles. be palil. rcflecls Iho seneral oi.hiion.licre. Tliereis.no liclier in llio Highest quarters In Ijng- iniii that Gerraany'is going tlic aliies' terms. "Just "bail Sndisiioi'-fabla aF lliey are. and MlutiirV Hie lone run, For Ihe Ccrmaii iieoulc' Mr. Garvinl "Tli'caq as- blllcr Lhe-falal.'delusions of an over "wecnln'g If our chief cne nlles.-had llic-meails, food, and nlar power, iind if iliey could escape rub in field this year, they would earn the struggle tar into 1018 and batll in Ihc iasl gasnjrathci (ban come Io surrender: as.the'end ot II all." Must, Make: Greater Effort Times mil iary ccirrcEpoiidcnl maintains that tb lirolongation of the war "as the resnl of llie foredoomed failure of the Ibo allies as death-.-nnt only li) Ihe iiiiinedlali authorities iif the war. but also lo'lh; 1I30VO. lllluw v duly o'f making irealcr eltort in ordc to des'ervo1 He says tbnt Oc maiiy- did 'not for reply to h measures nioiUnVHEO. Io -expand'her supply. "Aye ouRht; llie cbrrcspoi cllougi, n'SwHli 'our effbrlV oh land, and especially Wlititt Prc- ferencc in Shipping'-and Lillle Chance ''IllalC OUT erlUrlB Ull iri.i.i, >ni.i io llio thefwcstern front, liavc'not been a decision or-cvcn subjects, bred up for nearly..at) years: Jlonli-cal. Millers Lo kloiurcai, .I.HI, IJv Hers 'Gazelle's .'.cnrrcsporitlc'iit. LAimlon says: succeed- ed in securing any-'riiiidincatloh in'ihc regulations of Ihe Brllish'gdverimienl which have Iniporl; o! Hour from Canada.' Sir; George..Fps tcr.'who has been ,ilealiiig with' the IlriLlsh cor respondent the s-..'..V.i''.-4 inclv difficult o'iic arid'tbat it is Vlonbl Salary'Scale of Other Cities Will 'ir Canadian "lit-ikcd'As liitsis For. to secure :my cuiiceEsloii' Jusi'.novv. Iliiain yl nM _ ic alxn'Ali oil nejadjusliiienl ,-i REEVE O'F FLOWERY PLAINS Ktzlkdin. Jan. a coimell of ,the municipality of Flowery Plains; last week'b.'Morris was elect- crl reeve .and a. Cope, secre-' tary-lrcasufer. Ihese Iwo posi- lions having been combined. V V Toronto, Jan. Is a an Ottawa dis- patch to' the Toronto that whtn Edoar N. Rhodes, M.p. for Cumberland; is appointed speaker of the'Commpnj next week, the appointment will be made perma- nent, following the custom of Ihe mperial' parliament. There is considerable opposition to the propcsal, but necessity, In the in- Lerecls.of parllamenl iUelf, of making the speakership.a perma- nent, office, has been-very appar- ent eince.confederation, and the present occasion seems Io he op- p.ortun'e'to depart, from the prac- tice of appointing new speakers every session." THE ox oroiUTOits Declare They Must Settle-Soon OrDmslic Action Will JteTnken The Taking Over of Mh.es in This Dlslncl.- in the camps about havejichl meetings. Snt Tornf. ami A TVrmr- Ian 15 Inreelv attended 'meeting of the Olidslone local unic, "e decided to discontinue work after vcnt overseas r. '.isVa f an se with the regiment last September. too'litlle Vldes to gel' ,lc- AlCX JldJUglllil. (lie would-be bad riien, wh03e TObUery ot Ihe Hank of Commerce brajicb at: In o: OS1 -ILjlgclllBr in the interests. ol tbe'.-puhlic aiiti' a dcyelon the inlcfcsls ot tli-d'cofiSnii-'ni'musl'lJe Ihe t-hlef coaccrn of Ibe 'government lu whalevcr action It decides to Governments Attitudd' Jan. 15. Strong 'attacks wci-e made Sunday by Hie and Ttuiianiiir on ILL recchlU c ip luieil-Tciitonlc posilions-norib of .UlL Sucnl'sca valle) on the noriliern nu front. Toda) s official an lent snys (heso attacks wcro repulsed. Front Paris; Jail. was adivri artillery firlnc; last night in the vlrill ity-of the mil In Ihe sec lo'r between the Msne and lire V luvcr by.Ihc government eyentUasl nielli. Otuwri. -.Tan. ln.--illinJay was new 0[ the ODerolors and jmhe'.rs railing., ly SI DCmci.n l year's for "foiir of the "to comc to terms, was given-out here i. _ lip'.-i company tin1 Jackson in 1) stric valcr. Most'of Ilic o'tticera 'of., llu rulser were ih' is hot l'. ji DR.-GEikErpEA'D Wliinipe'g. Jan. on Ibe essential features of tho contempt death occur- red here Ibli morning "'of. Or. Waller liaine Ocikic. in year'lie was for i5 years dcall Of Victoria'ar.d lat- er Trinity Medical er rny a brother ol Sir Archinalvl Gelklc Ibo famous s rtllll IJIQ Io a charge of then ami rob- .cases' before the king's bench enban They were remanded tor sen-. concluded hero yeptcrday. but Bgnln_ojl.Febluar> to hear a decision in regard to an ttidavll siibmiltcd by the defence. I' Kuoi JIngcc. one ot Ih cry encc until tomorrow niornlnE.atlloij >'clock. It has been known for some li.mc goes': njat'fj press hal Mcl.aughlill and Wilson wejild ilc.ld gulily to the charge. The ovi- leuce agalnsl. Ibem was si) clc.-ir.cut that it wnnld have been a.waste of linio' 10 have made n figbl. Several Manyberrics parlies were In the city ioday ready to give evidence II. Ilcislcrfcldl of Pnkowkl also'ap ncarcd and pleaded guilty on a'charge of stealing a nuanlliy of Has be se-ntcnccd lomnrrow morning nlso The rase of llcx.vs Andrew Ander son. charged with maiming ,two horses. Ibo properly'of'a neighbor was also started. 110 pleaded 'no giillty .The case was enlarged Irnlll loniorrow niorning to secure the evi- Oence of a veterinary. "T lissa, Hunianl.'i, Serbia and Monte- iiegro. His Kicellehcy-tbe Govenior- Gencral on behalf of. llie Dominion of Cnnr.ita, rccoghizeil-.'the event by send- ing messages to Ihe" rulers ol the four countries.- The messngc to His Ini- perioi yfajcsly.'lhc Csar-of '.ntissia, was In pin as follows: '.'The govern- ment of Canada express pro- lounil npprecialion- of Hie people of crown. "10 this dominion. for. the great services Io the inc heroic Russian arm lufeiidanls and, according ruuucitu UJ irrcfovanl, immaler- ies Io the-alltcd cause: They rejoice Publics- .L_. .UA his.evcn'ins- It Is as ..follows: "In November pre- sented n tlemann for .war bonus of .25 per cent., tu -the cilra cost, of living. L After several Ibal a German .Reports weather being cloudy, lighting nelly small." says Idilaj-'s'Ccrmall ed.lo the acluarconditions to Ihe Increased cosljof living to al and sOandr.loiis matter- Ibe company appears to make Maiiybcrrles dlvljl.onal r. point bclwccn Lctlitirhlur and Shaim- nvon. jjaayberrles' Is Ihc oilly poinl at near, the proper.distance for a di- hav- -T such morning hls or- fn'lhi 11 such this inoriiliiB lljat his dor- Inrs said be vvBS very ivcak. and il. was..fearco. his once ;..v- n s. tion of its' coutcnfs was withheld, by jrdcr.pt Ihc c'ynrt. nnlil it bad been considered. lY A Pringle's argument for the do- fciicc .of 'Mr. Jlagce and Mr., Deck cltecl, a jusllnifillloii of their arllcles. lie contended they were not being directed solely at judees'-nctins as comnlissiDiicrs- i In-Jiis. reply, Isaac Pilblado. K.C., asserted thol the defendants' declara- tion lhal Ibey Intended no disrespecl 'lo'the courts was refuted, at least in the case of Mr. Beck, by the fact that iuin" persisted in MS crltlciBms o Ihe' being clled.to appear and Justify his first statements. Mr MaECe.-ator.ling Io his counsel, re tThcted "not one and Ibe sponsibilily of seeing Ih.ai sufficicnl coke will be provided- In thb'.-Crows Xosl- to keep the smellers going. to assist in .live nraaufaclnre of war nju ninttons. i'-.' Bovcmment action Is r.ecesaary to prevent suttcrin; oil ifie :iir.alrics and to Keep Ib6 stipplled nith coke, such action will undoubt- edly bo" firm and vigorous. .-In, vie- nin er Hie financial govfrnmcnl actton, nine or, r.ccc'sary. will no donhl be carried al Ibo csrcnse of the operators..- fcholas' .Ilakcr. .a 'farmer llriiig rasl-vqf Conlls, Is at liberty on JIDOti ball, after havlas bscn for trial before. tho Mounted Police on Iwo charges.. He wes arfested on a ctiarge-ol Iradl.c with the enemy Ihrougll tjnited sratLi channels, 'and when arrested bo was found to be in cjiarse of a Miioer ot .U. S. German papers wliicli have been nrohihlted 13 Canada, lie will likely, appear at tbe sitting of .Hie'.suprcnn hgre nesl month. !'r ;