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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 18, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta GOVERNMENTPREPARING TO TAKE OVER THE MINES HERE Bjtitih Mcuie Trenches Depth of Sev- eruriliindred Yards LXFfciCT -HEAVY ,OSS VOHCES Tlnlisli -Make Xiiiins Cus- unities Are, Light iJyrliti; vjiit The evacuation oJ Herman1 positions' licjir Scrre- on the by the war office Hrilish allack near lias' repulsed after vlolcul Big British Gains London, Jen. IS.r-Tlie troops in ihe Girjiun liard at-livo placoa lor nc cord in Q lo'ilic latest Urillsli comimihi Norlliwcsl bl Cjlc Culourie llic C'aiiridlans carried out a' brill! an raid of'. German "trenches on n frori of ami penetrated llic posi lions a'dc-ith of 300'yards to III tlernmir second .line. The German-dug outs were .complei'ely wrecked inr cien; wore-mndc iirisonerfl. Tli casualties. ,t nc-aiicbvvGsiVr-Ancre anal lie GO I despite n coin -'tpr-RllacIv'lp los -lioav II wider tbo Urittsh barrage fire be'Canadian 'Allnck morning jniotlicr laidI was j tarrieuV'outv-by' llic troops o'P'CHc Calo'inicV1 (vest''Tit narllei..eijl6red Ihe eheiny's trenches on a seven hun- dred ydnl.'frbril.aml [icncliiitcd (o a drplli of tlircc hundred ns his second line. "Heavy: losses were on" ilic" Germans and all liis tlagoiils" were'cbiniilelcly officer'mid' iiinctylhine nicii of'oilier front, wlio has been ccioratetl -with the nisUiieulslied- Ser- Ico Order. Appeal for Red Cross Workers local KcU C'rtiss Society wlsli to Impreai tiia necessity- of every woman In Lcthhri'lgo' ami vitlnlty pultlnu, .forth, greater effort in Hits than they liavis in [he past. The Society exlrnd u hearly welcome lo all to epnic to, the Hcil Cross rooms any day. Workers on Wednesdays lire especially required. Workers and rnore' workcrH are needed. The- demand for Biinplles h Increasing an'] there arc nut cuoukli women lo accomplish Hie gigantic tuck. The Society glad If. cither L-OIIJO and sew in (lie rooms or have sewing sent to' home. it women would sioii and tdfiifr of ilic sacnficos the uoye at the front tire making for "ua eurcly every one of us would do our bit. Vi'ltli thla. tlioughf Jn-.vle-.y another appeal Tor workers should not be necessary: Present Management of Will Remain iiif t. Takes Them ripw. to" he'written "Li-ut.- -The gallant LcthBrldge'Cioificsr, commanding the-'jnivVABillery the decorated with Service .Order -IrwilLbe remcmbEredj was mcn- Uoned'ja :few weeks ago'In dts- the front, and he is thc'vflrsi- LethLridge officer lo re- the D. S. O- OtUwa, Jail. IS. H Is staled here Federation "of Labor, of today tliat'tlio goycrhment will llhelj- tile ilclcgalc, lio re'matii'eil Qllow-u 'feivdai's to llcJovo ac-J In'thc city lo keep in [Olifli wlllr'd lion is taken in regard to the iveslcrn iveluinnchla. -t'> coal -sliiiaiioii. .Il'-.'s mulerstootl (liat n conference Is in progress at Calgary KIKpmciits tram nils 'dliiricl hiive heavy during .thp'-iBast .monlli rman Hiiidcr in Boulh Allan- lie Operates on Accepted Liner o[ Hrululily FOUR HUNDRED UJST- FROM !VESSKI, Description of Itaidcr leads to Ilelitf She is.lhe Moewe or Sister Ship Hit) De Janeiro, Jim. Pcrnainliucii -llic Jniirnnl Pcijiipho, prinU n stall1-. incut iill'rilmlcd lo.ihepiirsei'.nf the lirilish .slciiiiici' ..NcllieVljv' II.-ill. Ilial Die r.'iidci- sank' (lit; ship -ivjirnimj; and lhal. I'oiii' hundred jVcrsons I arc Ijclievod to liavo losl.lliqii1 liVL'S. Wliilii nolliiny is, lauiwn as lo lliii identity'o'f life raider, (wo livpti'lic'sis liavc I JYoiri' details.'SHJI-. I plied liytlic crews tif Ilic'siujk'ciVI ships. One ol' these is llmrilic I vessel is Hie Gcciiiaii Tilisiiiai y I ct-uisei- Vinela; bill Ilic oiic''mijSt tienerally liclil. fs Ilitil llie snaps, it is not likely be. IH-IM will lianticn nlllioiighrUicre is always of the Gerhian troops BO fay or- on- position may ask'sohic of (he governnieat. or sonic stntcrncnL It I'desfVcsVto make kuovvn to Bx- cellcncy, llm D.ithc will not participate. In today's Sir. Chnilss deputy, gov- ernor, will nllend fn thc'.Ennatb, and will "instruct the to 'felnct a new sneaker. 'rqniorrow V the ceremonial opening- Excellency will he '.In aUendaii'ce''-aud w read the siicuch. from ilVc'ihronc.' Tim debate on the. be proceeded ivitli it will lie' moved by-. Gordon WlJspn. of aril seconded- by) J. 'A. Dccuric. of Jacques 'Carder, Ih-Froiiih. Reichstag Fc shins sunk liy airier rpjioji lluil inilnlly A wim Icnl of llic Journal Oc rcporls. llial Ilic sailors .crvidwcd to ;1uivc been ;cpL'for I wo tlnysh V'Hic commander sli'jiincr' Nnulcs is ssiHl. to I declared "Ilia I Hit raulcr'; nronrhcd liis ship under' a Loss Londan, Jan; The Forctgn office Inlormctl llie Press to'flay -apropos Associated slateinc.ils Jan.' -Moniing Lc rnlhvay legi.sJatioi: iioviH hroughL dowiiiinilil spring the liarliameiitary session Is closing.' "''TJilg Is the _word our urine- lueaibers who ng In Ottawa for tho. upciititg-V nlso the trails conlincnlnl lines whose '.ro present a' lives' have hcen'' vratcliing Oljaw; closely ever since the ponUcd the coraniissioii; 'to. upon the has. occurred ,-lii'ilny.1'to thrd'ir.Any' now light .upuu'llie proL able devclopnieiils In' llio .'p'arliameii tary situation. There kinds o rumc-TS afloa.1 tha Sir'llobcrl Dorden may riot jrapcrial conference.-L will ir.ecl in caucus lhal 'may tend to clear up the sltua aiipcaT'lo'-havo been published in Cnn ail i' CaniuUan ntckcl.was to Germany "Ihrongb' the thai' on' llic Demsch- first voyigc sha cnrrir-d one smnll .cnrgo of nccesslilcs, and Cans nlctcl. Tills -'Cvi. throur.ii the b'.rcacii'-oi faltb'of a or Wcak'cnc'tl. Mms' and the un- 'methods of rshouW (all Inlo disrepute' involved' In (his Steps were tr 'their onir people. ..finally, .that bchtntl to Stales firm and no Canttlian firm uchinil all treaty nr: rVngemcnls for iircvenlins or llniltins hostilities, some form of Inltrnalional sanction-, should be devised vihlcli would give" to tlic Vardicat 'ng- MARKETS t wheat Jan. Iraln Ilritlsh eoldicra aboard reUirn v fag from leave, was wrecked v last night on a IJolt railroad' owing to a broken The tolaTtlPad'. 13 given as 16 nnd the Injured iO. .....i... Local track" May] Wheat LacarTracfc oats May oats L-. May.fldx o o o 170 190 49 ;WKATHGR Fine with ntuch the same tempcraluri. Loiitlon, CJcnnnn' raider- iii litti ininoul place .'in: the II is gcjiw'uUy llnU I lie. raider may joy lorig'iinniuiiily. Anxiety is expressed over. Ihc'-ArgLMilimi iiiKlslocl lUnitu'd llial llie loss' of. sucli niiiy be severely fclL top of. lljii-J submarines.'.' i. tion.' n linvc eusurcj against Us v mcr loreigu ha? been" The foreign office dtrcc's al- tcntion h[ llie 'slatcmcht glyon Ihe C. In ipctpbcr. when J.oril itoberl Ce- cil, unncr-Rccrctary; .Bneahing in re- Earil loathe statcrncnl made by him in an United States proas that certain amounts of nickel cmanallbg from allied terrilory which were dispatched to the Unilcd Stales ultimately: found to Oer- tin1, boird Ihc'licutsiihlaVid, sitd UiM Ihl3 lu TC-fcrred lo nlcXel from he" hart no fiirlhcr Intention 7 or crUleUhis Ihe Pirrangc- mcnts for 'cpiitrolUtfg Can a titan nlcfcc or of -any Canadian nickel reaches Iha tncriiv. la perfectly laVcn nnd-arrangement3 ma'dc by Uie C'flns- dlnn regard to nick- el. i Friends in t'lrc -city, J'liear'of the wounillngot Pie. A. SI.. Mc-''; liiue" P.-e'sby'terian chl missionary Mr. ]jic- J.cod -joined 'llic- 113tliV Lcthbfiilge lligJatiders. lie across to Franco; pn Dec. Slh, "OUi. He was, wpundci-. ne'ck and ami'is'nbV In nn Engl'ish hos-; is fearciUlhat he'-mayjoso the. use oi' oho Al lie Y.M.C-.Ai v-- C- Manyherrics, is 'reiiorlcil as .anil Corp. >v- lienjamin, Clarke, Hjllci-cst seriously ill. NEW RUSSIAN AMDASSADOR I.oiidon, ,i Jan. 1'clrograO ccrrcarondcntsaygjt, is reported In the' Russian cap-; ilal thai Sereins Sa'zahbf; for-'- nrabatEador lo Orcal Urllaln. Govt. Reassuifes The Aliens v V -'s: Ottawa, Jan. alarm created among corr.e'of the' foreign-born population'- In- Cana- da and tSe exodus Irom some parts of Canada of a nurnbtr of non- CanadUn-fcorn cilize'ric 16 United Slatts stories of Impending'c'diitcrrpllon, "he slatCiTitrtt Ins been "rVo. measure ofr CDnscViptlon has yel under coniidtratiori j by the event compulsory.-.mililary vice could only-apply'to .British subjects residsnt in Canada, men on farms or'. Industries csssnlial for, Ihe carry-' Ing on tign steel plants coal mln3st are engaged In. work 3 of such poses even if computiory service should be adopted, there ie liltle probability thai they "would ;