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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 20, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta UCTWMIOf.K, JAN'UAIIV 20, NUMBKIl 31'' reo. Official Sudden Peace Destroys- Whole Munition Fac-' lory, Witli Practically All E.v'ploslye' Store TOLL YET ASCRHTA1NED AWED SHIPS COME WITH RUSH, yUJRGES THE WOMEN TO LEAVE jf.n. O. Amiable, geiic-iaJ of the Canadian Pat-Hie'SU-amehlp company, wants to convey a warping rcgnrd- Ins their return, (p thousand.? of Canadian wn'niuu who have fallowed IJjeir Boidlor husbands lo KM gland. There are Canadian v.-omcti hi In comimtatloiiK.- Peace, inny come suddenly with a. Ccrioau said -Mr, Anil able, when H docs to mo llio start right away lo send Hie troops honic. Then I litre will be sut'li K rusli nf troops ifmt Uicre ivlll be JIG ships for any'oilier trallic, The work vrlll take at least" u year. In tho incanliino Eoldlers' wivqa-iiiust stay in Kriglaud and, of com AC, Ihero (s ihe Aus- tralian coiitljiEont to think of, and Lho men in McEoiiolumia and Orocce and Esypl. ".So the best thing Canadian women do Js lo get home Ml once. Hits sprlnp, holo'rc romes fn with a rush nml loaves thorn stranded, with no mcaiiK hf gelling home for many monlhti." FLIGHT R: Of the Huyal, Naval A is rcjiortcd to harcib 1 while I explosion hi a j unions'fa i-'lory jicar London Friday Rhl' Involved7 iiraellrally all the I plosives iii''.lhc factory, wlik-li was de- 1 slroyed -entirely. 'The. effects wore I folt'at a dlslanco and thrre row.i I of small houses, iji llio nclfliburhoDd I u-erc almost denjollehcd. ndweeii lio" Canadian lo have-. land been .rccorercd Hie Crolx I thus Tar aitil about 100 iibraons urc re-, iorie'd to luivc been injlircd seriously. AJ1 comminilcaUou with other din-. I1 rids was 'revered Tor a lime by tlio illusion; and the iMcLrauolllflii flro I lirlRadc could not aid Immediate-; I ly, the firo noL being in the IjQiulon fire1 The nu'rnb'cr'qf persons Killed cither' lit] the. tut the lias hot yet.-been ascertained. Tlipl saltfes arc-lint'nearly heavy us; was Ui (ilia hi a I i Dr. CtiTLsLbnlier Adiliaon, inlntsler ot munitions, yiritcd Uiff- sconttrbt o'n.1 He-has requested llio Spy Dismantles Wireless on Ap proacli of Haider, Clnims New York Herald THIS EXPLAINS SILENCE OF MANY BIG BOATS _______ j rcrc ali'avs his I In the UtfctorJ-, whicii was ilsclc de- coolness and _. bridge 'in the" firit firit 6[ ll'ib-.wir, Trom' E'Jnibplon.'lq-.'iolri in I ijoring'.'SvarciioijEe-fcclories, one "of, llhc largest dJ was here (loin- mill.' Tlic of llio ejciplo-Hliu only artillery rccriiitcd were' felt' for n sreat I" Ihn...province. iTIirec of small houses In thc'drnft of (lie -Oth "l9i-l I Immediate r.-cre pracflenlly: tor llic front, and-; was, aUaclieU "jto I rtcniolisyicif battery Ihc [liirc or hie are cut of their hands now, and in the hands of the government. officials of the. union have been In session In Calgary fora manner, disconnect Ui' 'it', itniiosfthle for wireless, l Unities for Hours AVilh sea Cnifl, :llut Though liadly New" I lives. :-Or.'A'ngcll. clilcf o[ ihe lllal "'alter ircrherfSnlltl I factory, ami-i number of oilier .work'0' liatt.hean wouiidei I people, .were killert liy Ihe einloEion iin action on .inn. Sill, nnd ,U .noir .in biiricil.-ln ruhie. IhoEvjtol In Cainierer' lie.Is snlferlns "The ciiier chemist.' a gnushot wound he oner.iliTes-lo seek safely, .himself] :ombnt i IJJ; York, .Jan. A battle' .Which jRslcd an liour forty tween the Driiish frcighler rLindcu Hall nnd n.Tciitunfc submarine iri; tlic Mediterranean, .with nearly SOD shots exchanged, between 'the two A by officers of the Linden Hall upon her arrival here lodfiy-frorr S'ayled. Tlie freighter came in A-orely slicllctl that she looked, a1? II she had hecn in an 2G slvois Over 50 Cai-s Daily Being' Sent Through _ Yards 'Jaw Elcvafor Full''.'; -J r' ly' aismall bf iveis earlier in .Ihc grain off jri ihe o'blpiit of steam but Ih'e domestic coal output for nbput as much IL.. L. lojided daily in; a demand for another increase, It wilt be "up to" the govfcrn'ifi'ent i Ihem. iv .r. The. closing, at" Hil'lcfesl, Frank'a >nd Fernie has caused.a .OIUUL HEAVY LOCALLY the mdnlrKof January promises lo be. unusually high., Negotiating" -u soon as -pbssiw: i.Thc AL tbe labor dc- here is that; wltliiii'tUe' _v._ as Vi'as llic case Irist' Jiiiiuury Tljk, average now Is we'll over 50i'cars JSI Fearing iockade of Now -lulin olil-lltncr lo'llifs vljvoj "in Lhis vlclnily I (or al his home 1 In Coalhursi 'ycslcfdayT aseil .12, dually Ihoing hellcvcil to have been due- to" I heart' Sleelc ..wan tire s'p.t CollterleK. I He leaves n'jh-ire'iml one sou to mourn hie loss.1' The fuueial be held io- iuorrbw'm from Slra. Steerc's I mother. .Mrs. 10- 'will nltcido'l by I (he body. Itcv. F. IMurnsViU conduct the service. GERMAN .STEAMER SIGHTED Hcutcr dispatch1 I from'. Klmliing1.' HollamlT loday reports (Jcrninn alcnnicr Uraula" Fischer s'nc on nur V ,-w: ATil.wtrp., '.'This Is" Ihc (irsl Idcnnan ship .thai liaa." passed In Ihls I direction, since the fall of AntwrriV I the dispatch adjts. I fr TO BE ftEPEATED TONIQKT' BF.RLIN Birlin, via Siyyllle, Jan, Repute pf British'.patrol j'alUckt and the BUCccciTiJt carrying oiitpf, rcconnoilering bV [Ger.-.> man troops on (he, Franco-o'etgla'n front are reporte'ii.'ln to'rfay'y of: ficlal. on- in this war area. TOWN Berlin, via The (own of Riirp'anla; on Friday by German, fc'an- ,'nounced FRENCH 'JJEPJORT. t Paris, Jan. lent artillery action the of Roys.'' and one ot Ihc shells still from (lie anVs hunk. .The freighter when atiiickci) [irbccedhii; from 'GibrnUar In Xa'pled. en the sxilmiarlno signalled her to snc-pul on. full speed. fight thai [pllou-cd the frelgliter sent______ S6 shots from her nioyfitetli ye'ssbl carricil coal troni U. S. CITIZENS WANT Cnnliff when attacked. ;-New York, Jan. most practfchl certainty that faces the Washington administration lo- a .Washington dispatch lo the.Tribune, "is that as soon ns spring permits the 'U' boats to ''cruise In Ihc Njrth Atlantic, there ;.will he a German blockade of the LfnKed States coast. There has of a disquieting nature'that Germany has ready .forTservJcft a new fleet designed .prlrnarily cruises.'1 3 TO GET OUT OF SYRIA Wjnishlhgloii, .Tan- lliaii 000'.United- Slates citizens liavij Uoucd' Ambassador Klbus-al CoJislan- Hnoplc ito 'gel them out of-Syria nml __________ __. there arc backliaul cliarges, lo-licep tlicir grain iii their bins jm the Darius oi1, if llicy lisivc Jn aii elevator at point -pi .shijimctil, Ihcy OTD lo nay, Ihc "storage. charges on it (here vintil such 'time as shiinncnts to Fort WJUIam.'nrc.resiiiii- ed. Tlic result of Llris pollcj- Is that line olDvator-s through ihp spullf'aro lirclty well filled with little 'ii oi; moving anvtuing oiit fpi- weeks. lev cir- cles liave been deeply.' by the1 president's nonilaallou.ot Dr Cary T. Grayson, .fricnJ, "physician and -golf (he post of uittlical dircc- tpr in ihc navy. wKh Ihe grailc or rear-admiral. Th'is ia the 'first ap- pointment of the klim ever made in (he navy or arnjy and ,T figlil is prcdlclecl-in Or. Gray- son is raised over the heads of 1H senior officers oj" llie medical corps. From jiasl assislhnt surgeon, with.the relative rank of llcuteimnt, lie M'oiiM be promoted, if-the Appointment Is Charges Aecirlenl[ Wns Result of Company's ;''i AcLlou'has been Supreme Court here by'II. for Arthur Courts, n gainst the confimiotl, aliove l-l llciilenanls, Su I Collieries. Dru'mriellcr, cliilrulng flO, The ambassador' cabled" {surgeons, with tlic rank .of li PROPOSES VOTES FOR __________________-comnmndcr aiid 15 medical inspectors. The iieV iiast carries a 3alarj' of v v v v v a .ear. lie old. The auntcur ps.'; jTi-nrrfs irndcr Iho of UJD Ml, v given Iflsl In Iho" Jrajesilc 'ho re- -I- COO acres. r.calbV lonlght for liciicl of Iho hnndrfida lu.'i Derlin, Tin Jan; of- ficial conimunlcalioii Mssiiert, -ic'ilay says: "One of our aulmmdues', coin-, maniled''by Captain bsi ary sixty milfts sauihoa: .Mnltn, sank Ihc lc.ll Oornwallls, which was covcrtrt Ly liglil" crafl. The Hrltlj'i .Taiiuary" llth announced the; by n subniariHep: Pit Ixiutlon, Alholl Uit3 mofil o- Cr.sllc. Kcoilanrt- BANK ROBBERS KILLED -i IN FIGHT WITH POSSE .Okinulgcc, ,laii. A posse. of JO men that left Jicrc search, for alleged banV lurncd at noon -with (lie OiVar Toe, Mart nud Hairy .ilnrti The Wen hid. bctn klllot in a skirm- Jan. Icy'has rehitrotluced his res-a-i. v In Lion of last session which provides that In provinces sucli -1- n> v Where women have, the franchise, (hey siiould alfo Lc v given Ihc right to vole for Ocv- v huiiton'mcinh'ers of parliament, 'or'clso.tlial they should be glv-' eit'.llio right to In every province in Canada. c- v ucceeded to ihe nvie of Ihc principal .lliled ish iviili the po5ae. SEPARATE GRAVED r owners, owning rtaore' TOR CANADIAN SOLDIERS .th tlio Mtirqui.i of Tulllhdrdlne, who has '1 j London, Jan. Orders hayo Wen hc.'llllc' is i Given >lhht. all Canadians dying in Kag- notnblo. rareeVrin with disttncttqn In Kharloiin i-zA nlher lanil are to be Interred In not. common, graces. Tlie government will be shown, n Ing and owning grave. r-rfliv Id- MARKETS Spot wheat Local. track wheat Ma local track oats colder 000 general damages for ibjuncs sus- tained in an accident in tlie 31tiUnndl C'olllertCH on Sopl. 11, 1910. Courts was n -rbpc rider In tUo claims that on the- date in three cars sent down .Into mine without beinp attached '.to'- the rope, wllh llic1 result, tbiit lliiy ,rin ftTVny, breaking his leg.', Tht cause .jb[ the accident 13 altrlliatcd .wholly the negligence of Lho coni- liAny.i .llesldcs the general damages, S333, wages-lost' and 1250 doctor and honpUhl Cervices. London, Jan. 20.-p-'-VpplEcations. for passpcrts Cor Canada: as for other Places, arc- hcing acruljnlzcy. L-losely hcrc now. nolvccn "slxlccn and "sixty hoth arc llfcelr (o of use in munitions molcing uationni service work have llllle chtince of obtaining per- (o proceed ic other narla of Ihc Manr nprilttaiJons for passports.lor women wanUns to go to Canhria for rtomcstlc service have re- ccnlly been Inrntfrf dowu. Ernlgra" and slcamship agencies, get mfssiou naturally arc much perturbed, bin the official repty.Mo proiesls li thai the national .emergency- Is such fc'charaflcr that It la imp a lo allow anybody might possibly' be useful to c'ouatry. c- v AM APOLOGY? To Hie Editor of The Uarald: Owing to.crili-. v 'tlsm being levelled Rt'ihc tint- -I- v wry hoys who WCTG fn'It It box v "at the Majestic .ItieaJLre -last night, we taKe this-means of coming an unilcrstahdlog v v wllh the ('lies- tion. v We tho bojs wlio parltcipRl- cd In this unpleasantness will v gladly apologize'-16 Ihc''said when It was seven miles distant. The German rapldjy closed, in anj whtn-alonspHo hoisted the German ensign, and.fiig- nailed the Draniatlst to atop, Im- mcdtnlcJj-. afterward lny> doors under the at the raider's forecastle' were dropped rcrcalinjr puns of nbout inrJi calibre trained on the Dramatist. An ooatload of Gor-'. mnna boarded Ihe -ICOXTINUED OX l.'AGE ;