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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 19, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta VOUJMK X. i v.: v JANUAHY COMMONS NOW IN SESSIOm--THREE-IfUN RAIDERS ACTIVE Central Praises Valor of .Can.atltyn Troops arid Kore- i'lislft jjfQine'jhipbrliint ItegJs- lation for Thtj Session. -3 ,v j r 1- XvA OLlaVa', little of Uio uaiuil Ihc session of llior 12lii pnrHamenl ol Cn- duly .'opened' by Ihc (lover- iior-Gouonl, ihc Duke of Who rictcd''rbr'lhQ. firsl time in lliEn; I'oroinonj'.'.'.slHt'c ['conjni'g to The members of iiic'ctinfmouB attend- cd I ho bar of. the' senate antl lislcneil j to the Ihe' which; Cnriaila'B shurc- in Uio' war 'nnd Iho jir'ohlcnis .cillenil-1 mil session is fore-, nne. auri BOIHO j Important iegtslation is to uc tnti-o- v "Speech From Hie Thr.i'ns I ;b'( tlio Senate, Con-. Uemcn 'of Ihp.HpiisG of destrji-oir.llifs occasion'to. express of. 'tlic honor confcrretljjjn. "nie'-by the Khie'lu ap-! pointing''mo'; of- j rite u'i God-ernor-OcDCral. I esteem It a high; urlrlfcgc ;lo closely identified'U'llh _Cariada at a June when J filic Is'faking so'splendid a part'In Ihc "vorld-ivlde. struggle rind iook for- her ability onrl'-capacity to cVerfrlfitr mi-, ovcr-hicreasijiff InHiiiMitc lii bringln's Ihc war in a victorious conclusion. (jeai't, ig rp- >in -Hint resources- of Dominion will ttm- be developed-Tor ilie lasting benefit of th'G'.cm'u'ire, nnd In llic bc.U Interests, of.liberty and huniiintty. ThoiisaMf of Syriktys Starving Rome, .via and thousand, "per-'- sons. have died .of starvation In Syria, according to, Information received by the Cprrlcre De'ltallu.. Lebanon Is said to have Buffered particularly, while at Beyre.ln- habitants are raid to have.been picked up on streets ot hunger? The number oj suicides IE Increaclng lo an appalling pro- portion. Similar are re- _ ported as '.lii 'Palestine Jnd parts of the rHtcrlor Inhabited by Orange Sentinel Slates Record Disappeared and Has Not Been Located i Russia's Big Toll of Prisoners London, Jan, than officers and men were taken prisoners by the Russians 'during the past year, arid 525 guns capliirect, according to the Russian service' organ as quoted inVs News dispatch from Pel- rograd today. The Journal closes Its review cf the war operations during "the year with the Following approxi- mate figures of booty taken: Oflictrs 877D; men guns 525; machine guns 1661 Lrcr.ch mortars and mine throwers 421. After Will Be Able nrc" suffering fronr.il'.nUirlll'.M Jtlic iiosslblllty of DCjica U HOW exclml- [cil. The I'opc is ilaeplv cnnj-cnitd I about the dnuger of.'Gemiahy's ]iolin> lot frlgblfulnesE, saUj havo been re- j sorted'to In slieer desperation, when all liojic of pence .mijt losl'., AK.liI? cf forts an; now being directed io.nyorL ing-such disasters n's.'rcurlskls.agadist i prisoners of iron properly-on .a JaryeVscale. -iircEie a flopciing ofiicc hcra of the lauulaliaii, of the this itftcrnoon. ''rciich-Caiiadiaii ciiHsliuciils tliroiigh-Q _ _ __ out (Innada. Accordjng lo this puli-iV [cation lire reran! on- Tj .7 T.T TVT C? inslaiH disapyearca over Sim- hj I J I'O I I London, -7un. creation i; armada lltitlsh liiertE tile shipping within'.sU inonlhs aft the end of Ihc war, ivss prouhcsi y ami 'has not been 'Incalcil since. The chief nf branch lutety refuses lo discuss. Iho matter or to c-HJip" tonfirni 'Or deny 1 re- rt., It- Is uiiilcrslqoJ.Lbat {he tabulation ya'pncorcd' all llfiit the records tire still available, it ueiiiK-a iju'eslion of gblujj-ovoi1- the work alien': Incldenlly un inquiry in iirogresa to determine where; how anil by ineaos -ilici record tllsayjiuaruit. SHORT OF COAL v: Chicriyo, Jan. schools in L'hieasu hnvc r.n avyragc of owe supiily uf coal in (heir tmis oijd'llic sliglilcsL with deliveries will close them. _ While the difficulty in obtainine; fuel bus not caused prlraUou in. the vast majority of Itoines .-mil buildiug.i. in This Sec- linn Prpvincc Which Would lulnbr comiricr- cifil illspules aiisc-beLwcch lv.-o par- nts In part 'of llic II wlll.be possible, ii Ilie j ot tl.c liigli aavnl eulliorJly for "shipliulldlnjr in' firca Ilrilatn, it so ircally nugnn-iitiid -during" ilin hat tlic British-yards can easily out- all fiDrnjjin'coQiiJelltioij. "Once o'Jr effort'is on The cipViiro.-yof -two Jan._ German auniorilics nascrlcd Lliat in an-nUe lo prevent sueli :l possibility "eycvy efTort being niadc (o cxpeililc de- liveries. '.I'd.'1 rldse will Vr.teriain I.cllib ilio Alberla FedcraLioir or rnninilUcc of 12 of the beard was Ihe act incorpnval: his 'he board, .to. settle siich disputes ns inny-lie'referred to H. .The board hns" hat) Ihc iHwcr lo appoint such n but Ibis Is the flrel year Ihc baa ever been exercised. -The members, hf llic nrbilniUoii- by lollnl, carri 191ST MAY RETURN TO SARCEE Ollawa. Jan. (s stated liere that I he battalion, is HOTV sboLit np to linlf strength, fljui'vthlLh 1ms since the Sarcec camp (lls; bandcJ In the fall been stntloned-.uL Red Tvfll be moved to Calgary within the next feiv days. and the Failu're of >a'n.' attack; bv GermarTs cast o'f Lemterg, in are reported i in today's war. office WEST There was rjj cha.nflt-'in the situation -on Ihe- French. front last night, today's of- ficial'-anjiuuncemcnt ,says. .SAY RUSSIANS FAIL via Jan- Russians, made attacks on Thurs- day on German positions along 'ihCi'nprthenl front, north .of Such- [tza1. valley. 1a today's official .announcement, these at- tacks' foiled with heavy losses. DEFEAT THE HUNS 1 Pelroprad re- ports" that the Teutonic army has been 'definitely defeated on both' wings in Rumania. The battle slilljcontinues on the center front. The .GerVna" Austrian army is eva- cuating Braila. mercliaiiL this tald. 'It "will-he .po'RBiblo la Iniild (a Jess Ihau, 90. faster. lif they- are slanclnrilizotl shins..-, Kytn with' s'o inuch labor'.diverted, lo fvar mrposea wu con- ilnict ton liners iU'Ht''Tce time. '-The iioutrnl Inlcrpsts shall not. h'e-hHp'vfCfl 1 n' I nter iv iih ti er many's for victory." was i "of (lie lVus.4ia'ii DI Information Shows Tfutf turcd Prizes Arc lleing Armed Uy Huns For Commerce. Dc coiixenlion' cwirls, for at last nlyht'.s meeting Wonril of Trade, sn Av Kinncr, ni: ivas elected president of. llic' while Wnltcr SmiUfin of for- merly q[ Lethbridge', wfcs clcciftd'aec- At the closing 'Besaion a fesolution Messrs. O. 11. .Marn'ocli, Jl. .1. II, IMtcr Falrndd, II. immc three inDmhcrs Ui ilcal tvliJi U anil they bare Ihc power lo cxatnlnc witnesses un'iler oath. The connnii- Icc was" .carefully Bclcclcd .so. ihat (licrc "iipghl be aJihost every lino of business' represented thereon. parsed lUEing'thQ-gov'efnnienl lo allow the sale of three jier 6cnt. beer direct by the the' also iisked th'af'nii .Inrreasc" nf cents per-day '-be graiiftil- letlcr MARNOCSIfRESIDENT, SECRETJRf BOARD OF ;7.- Kor the-fourlli coiiaecnlive 0.. toiiinilllees ami sections were CliaiVniaii lilghivays and Urllon of casual lalior- am! in" rogartl lo tlic, com pens a I (on, London.. Jan. llritish tfons (raiifia cling' If fc insurance host- ncsft i the b TVBT claims from WAR LOAN WILL BE UNtl'MITF.D IN AMOUNT iW INDIA London, -Ian, India olflce announces that t the govcfnmcnl. ILRS arranged lo fssuc foan of tiir- lluliicd amount In Indlni 'Yhp rftlArc s will be hnnderl .10 thft Drlllsh for war purposes. eral parly, according- to.' a'n 'AfusJLcr- dan] ilisiiiitcti lo HcutcrE.'; fricdbcrg ivas one ,cf, icr 01 speakers iroEcculion or llic war and increased submarine nativity.' 'lip -s'aiflr_ must .expect 'from every, neutral ilo not Jay stress -on li_is .-ni- where for us it is a -nglit for existence. Such interests..- must- not .ireveiU us from gaining n will palisly CiCrniati nsulrations anrl safeguard HID world Fro'ni ncH'VaJid bimilar .catastrophes." Paul countries so acute according to-pffj-1 clal. dispatches recoiycd hero lodiiy, that Qven'lhe uiaxinuhn on coal ttjiusuurtatiou" tn feflcvb shortage" In France arc reWsinglo'. carry" conl'ffoui-'IJrUish ports to nilled cohutrlea, as nuiilml porls offer bet-; ter rates. i- hnch, ivorha, Hues, 1'riisslan uihilBlcr- oE" publiE: made a speech -along, similar 11. Mnrnocli. was last "night elcctbi) ot Hit KcUibrfdgc HonVd, Codvenor Trade, .lies was .nomlnaled byv.lhc llprnc. ncininating commillcc.-Xo other name put in iiniuinalioii, moving that ihc rules be sUKpcmleil anil die election be made .unaniniqus, which motion was grcclcd with .In- llrymner Is nRatn vicc-pnisi- dcnl, being elccleil ovcr: Jolin" llqriip by n close vote. r-' J. P. Oliver succeeds U. J. Hay Cohvennr Rclail A. Slnfpson. Convenor Minr AV, Crawford, i Cbalrrann CrcciTj .Coiiyenor Lumber fieo. T.und. .Chalrninu Jlcmpprahip a. J. ShcpliGnK Chairman Professional n. sctrcinry. Mr. Hay haa been scfrc- Oh airmail Hillldwg and Conlrncting I dry 'of the for four ycara.-.. fie 1 Smith, was nominalcJ last nlghl but'rprusoU Heal Kslatc Cbalrmah Ken- Enter- prises and Publicity Torrance. Chairman fclnlcflahinient Cflinraitlcc Ex-oflido Membtrs of the Ifanlfo, Vf, A. nuchnimn M.I1., nml Lieul.-Colonel Aflvisori- commlllec lo llio provin- cial board of tcchrilcsil education in .-There is nothing new mine Inlior All Jlhcimtiies iir'c working, with no sign of agiln- UOQ on the.part of the spciii to satlsfieil with the govcrnincni Hint the 10 uor.cehl IncreaEC ulll be forced.' Action. paus .Criticism and May Lciid io.Troulile London, Jan. sovcrnmcut's decision' lo-call-halt .'of thei agricultural workers to Hie army and replace them by nien who aro iiorf' sellbclulcd.for seilenlary work 'or Si-o- men, has evoked a flootl of ongry pro- les ts from farmers and of press criticism on the unwisdom or such.a course at'a moment when Uio national interesU; iniperalively From the Pass cojncs word Lhtit For- the utmost output oi food- nio an-1 Krank ai'c stlVl out, -ivhtle-at producefl, anrl .when. Ilillcresl lortay n volc-'Is is Mlmr lo use Us wholu 'energies in this direction. These critics argue that there li.it! been another contest ;between -llio bonrd of ngriculluro and the war-of- In .which Uic ivnr ojfice governmenL's ileclaion.Is regarded as the outcome of the recent conference in London between ;llie. war council nnd General Nirclle, French com- nnd 'Field 'Marshal'i It is announcril that-the government accepted the plan tu.enlist women, for farm .work on a military, basip, the women.bciiig )ia lo rtechlc whether tlic or remain nt work. to allow hts iinnic lo ?tand, staling llial liis business v.-oiild-. nol him lo Rive the lloic work. Thf1. nncncs of J. 11. Oliver and A Smith went befcrc'lhc Mr. Oliver being circled by ballot.- The fhairmpn and convenors'1' ot lerman People Grumbling Ucrlin. Jan. thl Yirsl'tlrae since Iho war began the li i i QIIIL.U (.ILU n Eli MIC of (bo war lo lMl-No-jeraI Rlaff has appealed.to BIG SUBSCRIPTION London, .Inn. in. Harry louder, .Scottish com- cfllanr has subscribed fifty (lioiisnud iKiuoda lo the war lo baa hail constantly to the document. "The attitude of-.'lhs press.In (his matter deserves special liralse. There has liccn no of plaints, grumbling ,anil nusplclpn confidence In our higher coniniaind, gundcrcd by the hardships, of tho rcorlc mvist cczsc and mest rcrtllzc the dffficiiKics fflcing the-gov- ernment, Furs an anpcal wMcb.ia'pub- lished In all Ociman newspapers and Chairman Agricultural H. Fairfieid. Cphafrmrin Rural Relations Commit-, S.'Dunham. Chairman finance A. I'iirkcr.. Cnnlrmnn Hallway Tra n scoria- iiojl IJ. Mackoy. Cbtilrman Freight Committee J. liny. i ..Chairman Municipal and Civic Im- provomenls AV. Dow- ner. prevorational and induslrinl rrcsidcnt Marnoch, r.dwiifil ni.ickbnrn prPinchcr.Creel has died of wounds according to today's casually- r list. CoHn Mc-Kcnsla of ed as wounded in Ibc fame HsC Oliver. MARKETS. Spot evident Ilrym'Tier nnrt Secretary The nice! ins7 last lilght was largely THEY ARE'LOST Luucaburg, .V.S., pncumonld, MHctcd and clothed by tlic war office. Incidentally.; the decision acems likely lo revive the ncrinionlous discussion of Ireland's contribution to (lie army, It-1ms already been suggested that laborers should be brbiight from Ire- to replace' farm -liamls. taken 10 lilic crrrty, and II-lias also been argiicd Swiss Fear A Hun Invasiori ortnojbul H. has been oitfcrenL In wheat by Karon Von Frcytag Ixir- cn.- "H cannot ho ilcnled ibal lo home affairs. VEverything upon not.loi ling ihc splril of the ration sink en. account of the war. To nasnmc'.UifU such Q .thing could lianpci would be iMayrwhcal it-- Local track oats 'L 1 1 L to lose In Germanism l let Uicsc who would strengthen this man nation during the present world faith abar.don been alive to Ihe and suspicion of othe (nil. nai HAS suuiija amc vu me uii-juuu "v. viticnUlcs which OUT jnUUari-'lcatleTshiplniodeTato In Let them lie 27251 .Rome.' via-London, Jan. 15. Aa- nounccmcnt ot SwilierlamVa new mil- itary mea'surca 'to goard her frftntlcrs produced .a, ncnp here, It waa ni firs', regarded as Indi- eating that (o lend gorernnient apprehensive of a change in the whlcli the general pnblle bail had no warning. In nn lalcnietv here the Swiss win High Low WKATHEK sl: Fair and cooter. ruler safrt: ".Measures bv country havo Rs'lhclr only object the furth-jr RsSnrancc of ils neulralily through-; Ihc ndminiilmtlpn o[ Us readiness to rlctcnd it with force 'any .ollefutit at riol.ition." Tlic p.ctfoji of Ihc Snijs e Is lafcen here as Indicating thai llic most violant and perhaps Ihc moat decisive conlllcL of at hand. INTEREST IS GOOD Ottawa, Jan. 18. Tho, depailment of finance 13 cns.igfed nri.cxicrvsive ndvcrlUlng propaganda with the Isiiic of war Eatings certifi- cates, applications for T' pp being aro redcc-rnablc in three years, am] out at the end ot Ihnl period at.over lliat the exiwrimcnt hri3 already ucon_._ bflffglng IrJsbrow) ine munitious faclorios that it produced jeal- ousy, and dlstnUgfaclton 111. for a similar experiment gard to .farm liand-V Thn belief "has been 'esprepscd Ihat public opinion would not tolerate seeing youne Irlah- nicn engaged ih faroi-i-ort-fc pormil Englishmen T.O risk their livts at the TroiiL ENTENTk CONTROL IN GRECCE 'Athens, Jan. IS, via trol by entente allies, in Greece will be exercised by delegates; Irom al[ Ihu Russia Is sending a special officer here for Ihls" purpose. [lo will replace Hie Itussian military attache, who has been ordered oti ac- S per cent, inlcrosl. j live service. ;