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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 26, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta ALIMvHTA, V. VOLUMR X'. NUMHK1V39 MINERS DEdMNE INVITATION TO RETURN TO WORK IN PROGpESSi IN ENGLAND Chiihi. in' Have.Taken Prisoners iimLGuriK in Sudden Al- tucks Ycslerdav SAY ENEMY UAD .HEAVY LOSS ijiilllc 'nn'ttussian Front Still Success llic Ver- tliii] froii'l Insl nifilil the Gcriuniis nisiile. ;i( four jioints Ije- Civil on Linos is Moiv Car-, i rleil Out EVERY POSSIBLE MAN IS TO UK UTILIZED Non-Esscnlial Work-to Re' duccd io Minimum That War Work May Increase SENATORS t'rpm )ert to Hi of. .Yoyo. jiu il Ibry arc: Chas. JO. Tanner, anil Adam. D, Crosby, liotl fjoorsc Uamlllun. Ontario. THOMAS' 0. hvceri A'vocmirl Wood nnd Dead ism, llic (ler- settling in ihe lie J L'olNlon, Jan. First steps to- ward. civil mobilization, indicating CJreat IJritnln's adamantine detcrrfiin- iUfoii to figlii to a finish and to vic- tory, have somewhat crowded out tlic discussion of the atlilutlc of tlie UTV ilcil ii'.atcs toward the distant peace minis sverc linvoii wiili "icaguo" scheme. Star's-support, WLIL. "iiMii IMU, NMIM ot-.Uiirlccniycnre-.iiiiil severe .losses, liic-y liciiclralcd .'iidvmiccd trendies nciir'Hill'iifJi; Berlin's Report Berlin, '.liiii. 1'rencli Ircn- pressed nL Manchester-conference, lias rcinqvcd to -Ilaymoml-whcre' he has (lie Government, and resided ever.since.-, lie Is ouc.uf tlic way for cham. n'.osl Intliiciillal .aiij iiublle L ra5l materializing men In. (lie al- of imiuslries and cul- J.ways manifested imblic nffairs. For 'clgltt'ycars he.-jwas :of the llaymond school jjcicjlcv Vjta' for tivo chairman, anil' was scllcnl, down the number of men work- ing non-essential trades to a min'- ing lo a maximum cf- ,1 Lrades. Mr. Chani- contcniplatcs Hie Tn llKV.Hiyor. An section ol llic Iliijn' llic northern s'.' 'L piiulic nlfalrs. ;ircji, Cnal H, liiisl Prussian ciijiliiretl-win .'be his best-friends V'-'M- 'to Itelr fituess of ll.c sirong: friends.' Theati; -.Lwo rt of. pioneer; llplli .SKles of lliius- (lay.yiind wiilistooi! n counter joiiiing Ilie munition making army. Rus- sians to.iliu of 500 were (altcri- Drastic Restrictions on- Output Liquor 'i Increased Ihis 'Jan. year sylll lio altowcu to ilrink i ns'inucli, uecr .__ llic vcar ll.c ivar liegnn, lirid 'Oiicli jjrc''ly ivlll real. Ihcrii as. much, as it illil- llicn. Tliis wilt he (ho result ot of, Hie food .controller's drajlic' slrlcltpriV oh llic oulmit of .lirfiior, cordlriE to" representatives. tlic Li- censed Trade' Defence II is umlcrsloocl "that ml Wife of Sifting I N. Womar, formtr .of' Sitting BUM, noled kllisil st (lie ed Knee a.-quarter; of .a century- 390, Mtil Indian reseryiiLioh' In .fJorlh burns suffered whin n fire destroyed her [shack aV Lucky Mound. Detroit, Jnti. n; sor or llic' in prices ''will- fake place sonic lime before''111p .new rcgiiLV.Ijn Is iMec- ilvc at iJip'Wgtniilng of Ajiril. In ix: jicclallon whiskey lias nil- Taiiccd sliariily -price nmniii; v.-iioic. sale A ivnss inccUng ot retailers Uiaro has uccu summoned lo yttcnnftia. wiiat they Tvlll- cliargc...consumers. Thla H Is prctliclc'd, be iJoublcil. CALGARY; GETS THIS clioscn ns'ihe convcnliori city for llic AVwlcrn.' Canada asEociaUnn In Jamc? .wliryshoL anil ly killed Marshall immigrnlitin olnetr, Cnnndian jaln" ones ADOPT A RADICAL PLATFORM; DEMAND WIDER MARKETS, FREE IMPLEMENT! Adniil Destruction Among Own lo Sunk Britisher Berlin, via SayvlUc, Jan.' Dc- lails o[ the cjigngcmcuL German' lorpedo boat fiolilla- ami the Hrillsh light naval forces on Uio monv ing ot January 21 are given today In nu Overseas aV Agency tuiiibiinre- nicnt. "Immediately after ilio begin- ning of Hie ciigngcniDHt, whicli occur- red in say nn ov- I'1? fe-alcs Df A. yesterday a plaUonn which been dcaitcd by llic dlrcclors iu accortlance llic decision ot Uic council ot agriculture and flic, principles laid down-In', resolutions suljmiUed, to which al? candidates Tor (jolillcal office ivill lip' askcil to pJetlgo themselves Irrespective ,ot parly as foHows: Reaoly'eil: ;'-Thal Hie following jii-inciplc-i, which liavc been adon- lert as an associaUoa be embodied .'into .a [ilat- -farm: FurUier, llial 'a' copy of lliis sent'by cen- tral' brrtce-yip''.'ctfcry meniber of Hie prqvinclai.'ShJ Dominion _iisir- r every tjauQiJalo V i fofrclscVlon. cllU- Wilson Becomes y Unconscious QatspawofHuns York, Jamee M. Btck; -rcrmer. assietant allcrney- general of United Stales, address- ing the pilgrims' at the Banker's club here, asserted Presi- Wilson had been. the uncon- scious calspaw of Germany in his proposal for Iht .Jfpeace- wilhg'ul victory" lerrnination of the Euro- pean war and expressed the vicliori Vlhal in jury 'now, done by .Ihe suggestion of our chief mag- istrate. involves mast disas- trous" the Uniled -Slates In relations' with its sister rofjuesl that lie-.give Ms views in Ihe regard fo-llic 'various iirinci- ples laid down therein, and, fur- ther, UiaL the board or directors lie authorized to give such LJubltc- iiy to received, is (licy rlecm ndvlsaljle. TARIFF 1. InirFiccIIalG reduction of the duty on 'all goqJe imported from fircat Drilaiii lo one half. Lho rates al present charged unrter llic gen- eral tariff, anil that further uni- form reduction bo niadt, whicb will insure coiiiplulc free Iradc, willi tlio mother country, wllliiii Eivc 1 2'. That (lie agree- nient of lOlViviilch s1'" reaalns on ILo Unircil Stales slutule books be accented by the imrlia- inent-ot Canada. Minislcr of Announces He Personally Knilciivoi' to Sclllc Trouble ..Right on Ground fe Expected lo Arrive in Culgury Next >Vcek. AKE OUT ON STRIJC E TO STAY, SAY.-UNION OI'TICIALS Rcfcrcnilum on InvcsligaUon Uesult, Called For N'cxC T Has IJccu Declare.They. Arc Rowdy i lo Accept Nine and HalE Per Cent. Increase. HOD -T. Grnthers, niiiiislor Rcing Io try; his hand at settling (lie strike of'coal miners In, Utstrtct So. IS, by coming to'Die yroumJ instead of nt IOILK ilisliincc as he has endeavored to do For the past months. 5If. Cro- Hicrs is undorstoort to be on''his way west, and has askctl lhat, in'llic mean- time, llic back io .work. II is hardly however, Urat jllie mlncrfi will go Iiack-lo 'irork-unlli the trouljlc is tlelinilcly fleltled. They liiol they rfmniucd in the mil unlll'lack o( aclioii on the parl of the government forced thcni lo coroe bull out lo stay .until we the increase o[ itVi iier s Edmonton, executive' alalemcnt. "the rommanOcr's received a full nil 011 Hie 1 boat Thc commander o[ the Rolilln, CapC aT.'tlio'.UuUcil Farrn. Women o[ Alber- ta was. elected al PCS-' 5ioh of the. convention: Honorary i I'rcsidcnt.v Jean "Itced; I'rcsi- Baiter I'arlby, AHx; Vice- President. -Mrs. Ertgerton: directors norlhcni district, Mis. For- tt'mc, Vegrisvillc; 'Mrs.- A. N. J'orlanls. Poslmaster-Geri. Made Sehsntionally Dis- lay nt-Statements St. Oermahic, Dorchester Comity. I Quc., Jan. sensational affidavil, nllegluB llifit iiosl- luastcr general, speaking at Stc. Rose1 lost Hie iiileVcsts of I To A. Albert Sevlguy, In 'the bye-election ullcrcd disloyal and impro- per sonMmeiUs, Tvas 'given pul by Ihe Liboml organization licro tonight. The alTidavit, as- glven'out, rends: "Wc.-'the un'dcfaigiicd, declare ihsit licard last night al Ste. Rose, Jan. 14, 1917. the Hoik P. E, IllomKn make (ho following ilcclaration: 'As for llic Allison scandal, and others of the same nature, lei its '-suppose thai llicso-tlieMr; havc_Jaken ]dacc it has no inipbilancc for .tlie'people, or Sic'. Rose, licciuise il money. llial v-'as stolen.11 Pioneer in- da Meets Near Montreal, Jan. me- Kim, head.of the of A. McKim, Limiled, dentally Killed by a train on Thurs- day at Coleau Junction ;on 'the Grand Trunk Hallway --system between Montreal wn. Mr. McKim wss.on.liis way .to Oltavya. and gol' off the tralri al Colcau Junction, .and .in same " .killed, by a Irairi near the station. The body was brought to Montreal andx a coroner's jury returned a ver- dict of Kecrftlary Peacock of ,lhc LctlihrhlKO-' local to the iferaltl tliJs "TJio govcnmient prouikcil us Dial ,-ivo would get It. H Is the finding of Iho >n, by whose finding ivo DuCOiHufr to abide, Why should tlic guveniru'crU Mr. Peacoct: plates thai there Is doubt whatever thai the miners will accepl Hie cent, increase. Tlici- linvc promised io do so, and .it a, mccliiig of local miners night it tlccirietl io u'.-ite Secrelary Cnrtcr telling him Dial Lcllihvidga local il iitincccjsary io" take a vote on the iniestlon next Tues- day. The Herald understands' lliat Scerctary Carier is out no- ices to Ihe _cffect that the proposed efcreiidutn, wliicli irns (o liavc hcfii akcn next Tuesday, has 'been called Local Secretary Peacock claims" hal (here aro far less men lUe Gait Coliicrles today than tlicro verc yeslcrday, ami lhat the nicii-aro unnnlni'ous in the stand Mm local linn .aken to force a wage increase 'ot ier'cciif. Tiio Herald uinleralands Ihore .are iljoul 1QD meii underground loiluy. lii. So: U anil 'No.-C conilniied local secretary also tomplajua' lhat..llic Galtfcompanj has agun :hcrl nt LfJden alctrlne was ilniiiagctl. camlns prcsi: In lliis cily or rmuni his way tliroukli a colliElon wilh other boats. Tho Yr63 Dclroll'lo snCcly. After foUdwiiiff the in a serercly damaged contlHion, en oE llic (longer of cooscriiv lion. Mr. lilohilin declared thai even If cohscrlpllon waa nut in force, tfcnl would 'nican little lo tho people of Stc. Hose, because Ihcy had only lo go across the frpnlic'r lo get nivay. (Signed) VDoorcllo "Valnre LaiuciitaEiic. Londonj Ja'ii, German '.vessel- -jKeifed the'- Suffolk ccast oF. England; Us I night. there were no The followTng ollicial mcnt was given'out today: i "A small unidicntUEed, German VCESC! approached the coasl last ntglii, and fired a num- hsr of shclts only a portion svhfch reached were no casualties, and only Insignifi- cant PARHAMENT. TO. coal'.lo l lhat" itian> in tiers who cpaI a not liatt Ihcfr- orders filler! although thcu ith the ehnipany is illiat orders shall he fillcil {yithin 4S hours. The Parhontlale out [his morn hie IcaMiig oulj 'llitj Tabor and Coleoian work The Ilerakl lias posillTc infor- mation'that .the Tabcr. miners-.will (CONTIXUED OX >IJAGE EIGHT) I IN PEACE; Support Infernalioml Hepresentaiives Pence Conference Jan. 21.' The E anil Tho V-SO I'lent'of llic Women Grain Growers of, T Sashatchewaii, was an Interested vis- 'Sworn. me, -'JuslTcc" of the trail for Kcycral luilb'j.jl was fiunllj-lost C.inndian'pmtcnTin ,1 suburb in Windsor early, on Thurs- day morning. It .Is tbmtght; look a long chance aiul made Ihe snc; ccssful crossing 'lo the tee. LESS LIES BEING 1-ondon, -Ian. Cclosno 'Qa- iettc says no fewer .than W "Small, of Orandoii, was'man newspapers ftml a.rc elected president. no lougcr able to appdar. Toll Of German Brutality li Kheims 1 New' Yffrki; Jan! 26. Sixty thousand bombs (alien bri Rhelmsr" France, since the beginning of the war, and 545 civilians and 652 wounded, aciordinj to abatement prepared by WhHney.VVarr'tW Rrtjiitcci- Mr- Warren returned from France on rhursdsy wilh material iupplemcntary report to the French Ir.stltiilc tlon Rheinis cathedral. Of, the number killed SS c.'illdrcrt Mr. Warren said. The calhtdraT. he adcfid, has rccciyed bpmbJ ixnd All Ihe quarter thai surrounds II is absolutely _dcrnoiiihed. Icrcd the. Dutch porl of Yimiideii with- out helns molc.sleil liy the enemy." "The boat rammed by the V-60. not- Ihe damage "sustained, continued to participate In llic com: Kpr' at the convciilion and .eavo. n splendid address on citizenship. Wg" ileni tidoiilcd by Hie men on ..Thursday ffas the .farmers' Uio lirmciiilcs ot for itself (o ftfr him lo aiisiied in full abioluieiy. imperslive that the Local Society: be guaranteed a taro.V enough' Income, month' by.' have at all times beeh .ready and, svilling'-to sacrifice'tlicir ITrne and enflagemcnls in c-rder. to.make up. the raw rnate.rial confidently Eppeal to the "public, to supply ihsmwlih sufficient funds to men their monthly' aceounls. No one' can refute to assisi the ork of a society the sole.object'of. alleviafc'lht sufferings of those who are so bravely enduring on_our behalf. we (Jive so shall we we rcme'miicr so lha'lj we be remernbered. :Tlie Mil is insistent. Will you htlp? The demand, is immediate.'-The-neeesnly is ;