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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 30, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta Very. Appropr iate.-Yes, Indeed 1 Men Refuse lo Kelurri to Work Here Till Croihevs Comes The (Jovcrnmeni Musi Take Aclion Very Crollicrs Here In Day or Two'- Hip; Move Which'Will Conic With Arrival of Wcnlher Vitriol; Drills Ft'orvi Speech In Which American Dcnoiin- Vces'HIs Own Country citrrics EXPECT UK; MOVE'DY GEHMANSi TELLS TORONTO MEN SENATOR FREDERICK One of Ihe new annoimm.ciii.slo (Canadian Sbmito. He fa president he Canadian F.leqlrlc a be Canada'Foundry ,s a! Uoycl-Ucorge Is Nol Doing All Possible To I'rcpnre For II MBANTIJ1K C1TV AND COUNTUV COAL-KINS GETTING VERY A Spineless Diplo- _ niiitiel'.Corps Filled Wifh _ Politicians Jan. Iho Unllei Stales is'Buffering from "clammy vrnf. In n. despcrali- effort lo preserve a "benevolent ncu iiud.lbil the molto "Irust In (JoiT-niuniinaled Ihc Unlled Slate cent 'but nothing elao In tho country. of..the statements -Monday in a remarkable address on the "Hun aflho Ksle" lo Ihe Cana- dian-Club, by Ponllnoy Uigclow, Un- lied Stales aullior and Journalist. Mr lllgcl'ow left his big audience In no doubt aa tp'whoTu.hls sympalhiea lay lie declared knew German) Inside' and ouiside. .Slio had been fattening'..! Iho.Far F.lisl oul of the generosity" or Hie Kmiilrc. Describing 'llic-'consular Etmcc of his Bigelow declar- ed thai if comprised "broken-down, wheezy political bums, cheap, worn- Only Few Days' Supply'I-ofl: In Most Cellars-Gas Premie Low in Ciilt'iiry Hul There is Lillle Danger oC The Supply Giving Out Trlhinc'B correspondent in London-cabling list night, declared lhal the earnest de- sire of .the British people lor "sur- says, "It has found its ivllh obstat.les." miners in ll.'c ligni'lc .flclilor nislrjcl is n Hie onlptil of the (lriicc.iiii.ic, which is c.lien lvjHoblin Too lie! Requesl'Io'Sever The Chtt'rgcS Wlnni trial o niliee Jan. t 'Sir" Rodmond .Rabllri, Owrge iel Kl.all--iva.ii. sir .'nigclbw-declared Iliat; II Great lliolLliold. upon IhcyVn- lied' StaleVTfaiSSp- did, Oe.r. i. lAll. sail aca -swe'eii-.-iip evijrj'lliing. ;llC y will have lo comb' crawling and. ivhln ing to -Montreal and Toronto for pro 'lection." .-'-.ffCJ. _'_ II.Bl (hat Sir Ilo'aiiiqfiil'.nohljlY..hli been, very jjl andjjlat 'condillo wan null-such-. .-adylsab ihal ho go ib'i'wrinncf.ciniialo: '.ror- 11 lection.'' might-as-wcll underslana eac oilier -continued :jlr. hlEelow, "b, cause oii my'siilc 'ol Iho line, bctwie Iletirpv.-s IliUernians anil 111 pro -is scarcely a man with- roil. cbrpiiseleVraii'IliiiJ u place, and there Is hardly a' that will accept let- ters llial- interfere willi Ihc neu- trality 'llial. Has lic'dir iihnoscd on our "naval- commanders have.' been lo uc iieil- 'Iral-lliai'mcans-lie very to.ihc Germans, have 'never Icamcil to -be It wns Hie sporting spirit ,'whicii -caiiseil Admiral -Cliiches- ler 16: baclr.LD- Admiral. Dcwey. in Ma; Iho cha'recs and. nqili'tc-u..oVll 't.hat Ihc SlrV.JiisHdii'-Prem gasl. hhd.refused from ll'.e crown..... Mr. 'Andrewa said-.'. Sir d r'iiiiue jvnuruiva said-.-.Sir .'Itoilmo would rather risk liis' liirv'at ot Ibe present assrzcs'lhan.liayci U cases severed. Ilia Lordship went of .Iho wholejcifsc afler a-brlcf ' on-o.., ecribed-I'anl as pollllcla.i ecre-an a merc-'UnileJ-Slntcs pollllcla.i ami aposfolic cowboy with Ihc mouUimeBS ol Jennings Dryan. 'oMftcMi Hial-ifis built on the largest rtcmicslic H Tlilrly-ono.bc-1 runs out. Jaek ln lllclr leel ll.e pinch nl lack of coal nil spulcu in raid llic coal Lnnts heDriver rlk'cs. Vor tills reason, the apparent ins I imlhilily to iji'llll ill liildrcn Iju.sciU-home dipped to nnf L CV MniNftTlflM' iSLvi.e.lS.'tolling.IIP I JiM f A i I1 UR 1 u i.....-. cr's art ready lo put Iho'gas back in (hcir-rurilaces nhcn supply Counsel Gelling iOO On is no (liinfiei- (if Hie lircssiirc "The fellow who crosses lha border at time or his "country's need." he said, "will' carry-Iho brand onV In yellow IcJJera on his hack tor Ihc rest of his life and no miller whal n'qed wo- reel for Immleratlon to fill up our ranks when Ibis v.T.r i? over may wo never come ..lo slago where. will welcome back Iho fellow who took to his Linen J llahls rnadc[ by reprcscnlatlvcs of, the nllprriey gc'iiefaVs department, as- slslcd'by'lliei'cllS--police yeslerilay allcrnoon, on "a -number of rooms m the1 Cbalilale Hold, resulted In seven rascsTpr. ihtnicjioiis ot Ihc l.inuor coming hcfoVo JlBeislratc Blton this morning. "Four'of the accused. Jcar, Slubbs, Hnnier .McMillan. Itobl. borne were found guilti' of. having liquor In their posses. I) sion in a puulk-place anil were fine. SBO and cqsls'each. Thr-- cases against the 'olhbr llirc'c-men were dismissed on nccpu'nt of .lack ot conclnslTC cvi- Hie firsl cases In I.clh- .which l.nvlng liquor in a hole! has licen llio chirgc; ami a large number, nllcmled the trial. The evi-. dcnco Iliat llciuor WM found. In the rooms of the 'accused wns Adm lied, hut in Ihe Ihrce cases Iho evidence waa not conclusive nnd tlio magistrate save it as his decision lhal, ns the acl waS not intended lo a persecution he ivould'slve the accused Ihe Ijcnclit ot llio douhl-and-let Ihcm go. In Iho case o( Stnbbs, the accused P called In Ihb oilier cases. Ihs ac Industry a Y lor S. Alberfa Jan. striking Euguv--aLiun ru- by 'Samuel 'Chapman, Unionist csr.dl- dalcMri'.WoEt Perthshire, the scat through Iho. Marquis if'tiJllibardinc Euccecdmij ES ths buke'.'of" Atholl. Chapman writes to'tfie'-a'cotsmen suggcs'.ing West "Perthshire should Sir.Robt. Eordch !to .btconia ils member, i- years ago h: sugkeslc'd that the cabinet should btcorhc truly Imotrial by (r.vlting premiers' lo scatn In-lhc" Qrilish Conrniops, -and he 'ricVlvcd'tllls reply from Sir Robt. "I your .suggestion with Hie grcilcsl ppssiQle lntcrA cst, Trail of Ssnsiitions, Sudden- ly Ceases Uis Questions New YorSJ Jan. nne'ipcclcil- ly as Sherman I.. Wbipple, (counsel [or the house "leak" Invcslisallnt; coraiullo.c, brought the name of Ani- bassador Von lieriistorlf into .his cs- ainination of German official s fricnJ. Arehibald New financier, he a? auldcnly closcil m., direct Intcrrocatiuu ot White loday after oblainins denials Irom him, that he hail received advance inior- maiion from any Oerman-official re- any of the recent peace niove- avn' cstablislieil Ihc cloae rela- tionship belween White amljlhe Anl- taSJi-.doi- MondW. and questioned the closely aliout Iho eff- orts of Thonfaa W. l.awson. lo ar .uiBO a in'EClIr.s with Von Bcrnatorff Vh'ipple drew an expectant mdlcnco Ib the hearing. room. i-llli rumors ot possible sensations lyinr .fast Whimile While lian half a dozen qucslloiis and Inrn eil Km over" to the committee io [urthcr duslry toward a supply pi- flax fibre for a linen thread Industry, Oliver nen rea ur, son of Wni. Darbqur of our anfl Sons.: big llnSn thrtad Darbo Harbour an mannfaclurcrs or DelHsl; Ireland, is In'LolhbrMgo for A few: days invest vondilious, ,and while he will nol say anythliiK derildlc.'.lic ndnhls his belief lhal Ilie'1 InnuslrjF. .could bl; oslablishcd' somewlibre. in, Western Canada to Wni. Harbour and Sons of Dclfasl rvc, of fibre per acre. Tho need is.Jipl ,earl so high In oil. Irat. llic fljir.c nanufarlure .lie annual underaux heie nql or hor pnH a IftfelV .thread' (Mildilc1 me annum Ii worl In Iho neighborhood ol _. onftn -an. icrCKpary for the Ihlcu ibrc aller, yielding lo live tons v AVh'at ii inslry Is .1 inncll! F El Jan. last night made'another offensive., the renlon; of Hill. 301, norlhviest of Verdun, ing tlie French trench. .T.hc at- tack, says today's an- nouncement, was gun fire, with tosses .lo Ihe Germans. 7. GERMAN REPORT. .Berlin, via ?0.rr French troops last nlgnt- dsliyer- cd'four fresh.atlacki lines al Hill 304, northwest of .-Verdun, army headquarters an- nounced attacks failed of success. "in llic dawn this jior'llins on 51'J westbound had J ri.iid aliening at Monarch when tin slpcpcra derailed. The pas rather scTcrly sliakeu .early so high In oil. irai. 1110 i r.B lhcr SCTCriv shaken ,-.j s worth nboul HO per Ion. so .llmtjlf onc was serlously berries Allawan e I can be grown here H would rn.aHe a l.imhled from Ihcir hcrlhs bridgc-Wcyliurn lin "Even if llic were lo aulh- orizc Ihc completion" of Slany- bcrrles-Allawan gap of. the l.eth- Ihls year we L can Breol Induslry were a factory osiab- lishcd 10 manufacture the prpilucl..Mn eoine'to have cxi.crimcnls will! libfc Has made al n number ol cxpcrimclllal slnlions in tac west this 1 _- ...Jll d.lnkllcl. Illft Lions in lac wcsi mis summer.-'and These will IJosslbllillM ot Iho anr.-.wltll Ihe mercury stamlmg at forced lo lakc-rsf'isc ,.n llic.'d'cy coaches. The two-slccacra left end the rest of the train lak cod wllh 'about an hour's line cleared about The riucstion o.r labor which IE recclTing nttcnllon, bonr can readily see I'nal enpngh la- I i -_ i. flnr hilUlllO H DV. n purposes, but for purposes connfctfd with the establishment of-I'.omeH'Jle In Ireland, Ihc cprnpaivy Is. forced to pay 25 cent's 'per man per month, which amounls to ubbul J25.055-.ucr annam. The company considcrr.; Ihls tax up- Ifalr. and along with several other bis Iho rvl-iindirsliics. they tfa loqltinc 'an 'ConyiLiiqiia ni- niccvprbaecutc K. From the .lax Is ot W So-M conldn't find stenl to coninlcte it We t on our IJCBJO se oUEn sleel now lo keep our mainlcnnncc and repair, work. Wllh lhal statement, made lo the Superinlendent J S1ARKETS Herald hy. liroush the Alberta dlsCricl, lirous e Cameron B.iid Ihcy were not so .brisk nVhelorc Christmas bnl imrieasur. heller Ihan a year OEO, TiouBh mbargnes on gr.-.ln shipincnla many poinls serve to lessen- the amount of rqeighl IrafliS, the moving more than Ihey .last winter. At 'the present about 130 cavs nre being loaded out dal.y, gc division holds Taken by No-.v Inlerned in Germany I'roni the Yatrowdalc s Copenhasen, Jan. The Eks'fraX v-jV-! b'lndel reports Ihe orrival iagcnlof'26 Swe'clish, Norwegian _a'iiil cs seamen belonging to '.llic crewol.ll.c Drillsh dale, which was.tapUired m'an raider iiriiie soulh_ had been Interned nl. Ncn'strislilz. .-Ac- cording lo these njen the Varrowdalc piocceiled to a.Ocrmaii-.pprl.'hy ot a-coursi-. north ut'-i'aroc'-- Island, along the" Norwegian' 'coasl, 'loathe. I 'Slum- miirilience UiroiiEh Cailegat 1 Sound lo Swincmnelnde. The Ekstra- 'bladcl qooles-tho Swedish. crews rroni armed ships sunk hv Ihe raider held as prisoners. in Ucr- hiany include ibelween 200 and -300 United Slates cilizens. and the "iVi licuuiiii i_nriTnpr -niii i n cm. S M ii unnitiun visit yesterday aflernoon laiui aa ta liunt bo found, hut he says Ihcy chines now for cullinK It vory closu.-- lo the grxmnd, while they are cip.cri- j" me'uW In the Stales wllh a mach nc. (o-Inrush, flax wilhonl brcaklus .tho; -Tris possibllllics of Mr. irip st-i enormous, bnl nl course every- thing depends on whether the riyioh- mcnts with Iho fibre flax prove, suc- Spot .'wheat Local track" wheat Hay Ihftl 'ihe [.cthbrldge-Wcyburn would be completed In glimmering: U'_l3' Just_ line 270 WEATHER II In IHC n nb-' lv- Celhlng might happen a dlllereht lace Bn the matlcr. hut Mr. Oinicron was not al all vine (aimers out that way are prct ly well olfr said Mr. Cam or. cons North of Calvary about 30 cars a day are being loaded. H Ihal-the.CalgJrl _J ,__ IMo Northerly winds and United aes c. tour Swedes and ono ilo says the Yarroivdalo did not aight.. n- single Drlt'ish vessel Ihrouthoui r.the fenllre voyase alter she was .captured.'.- The vessel had all her lanterns. lilhted' nt nlEht Irom Cape Lindas, nacs, oft the coast of Norway, she reached Skagenl, on the nort.i coast .arrived 1 .at Swlnemucnde Dec.' 31. Men taken to prison camps at Ncus- treliti were slven little food except kohlrabi and -small V allowances of... _. H I. jusl possibe ta.e a internal elevator will be rilled this .to tho 'u'cforo leaving Germany. men" released l B winter, said Mr. smile. There is r.o pa c.sQ cehd sraln csccnlllo the Oalgary, e c- valor and to the milling valors. Grain is moving to .o lo January ,19, i Varrow- an harbor, said she car- men rrom them very m conditions 6t the Iloard ot Trade.-; t ;