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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - January 31, 1916, Lethbridge, Alberta VOLUME IX. LETHBRIDGE, ALBERTA, .MONDAY, JANUARY .ll, 1916 NUMBER 42 ,  : ? :en gazetted Companion ot llio llalh. Berlin, bv wireless to Sayvjlle, N. Y,. Jan," 31.-Italy has decided to continue the campalfin In Albania, according to Vienna advices given out today by the Overseas News Agency, and Is said to have landed an additional infantry division and several batteries of heavy artillery at Av-lona. SMEIRA MADE sums N PAST YEAR Moost; Jaw, Jan. 111.-'i'lio fuel sit-' ualion is already serious in several Saskatchewan cities and many ot the ' small towns are j)ractically without ] coal. 'I'lie Canadian I'acllie railway ' iuis given right of way over all Irallic i lo coal, but witli a blizzard such as] I has been iilowing during the last 2-1 , I hours, even the movement of coal j I will soon become impeded. The V. P .1!. hart ."i."/ cars of coal in the local yards this morning, 40 of which were for other provincial i)oints. However, the yards are so filled with snow that it is almost impossible to spot the cars and as every nlongli is necessary to keep the main line open lor passenger and freight trafllc, the j situation is liourly becoming more serious. .Mayor Davidson hat; received several requests from citizens for coal, and this morning in(|uiry found that the stock of all ]ov.a] dealers pooled would last but a few days. Coal dealers are besieged witii orders, and one of the largest concerns today refused to promise delivery before l'"viday, as there was such a rush of (M'ders. .\ special^ cliildren'.'i matiiieu at tOe wUl'be given tomorrow only at the .Maiestic theatre, where the French war pictures are being shown. It is tlie desire tliat all possible of the children see these liighl.v educative pictures of the war, and it is expected that special arrangements will lie made to have the scliooi (;hiidreu dismissed half an hour or so before the usual hour to give tliem au Qppnrtunily of seeing the nicturos. ies Have Has Been Eividence That Allowing Subs. Constantine to Secure Supplies From Greek Ports (Jttawa, .Ian. I!L-Tin? proposal of J" I taxing profits of Canadian mauufac-*'* 1 turing arising out of liie contracts ' for war munitions, is to be brought before parliament. There has been more or less agiimion lor some time for some sucli legislation and it I has been referred lo in the debate on the address. It is ratlier e.\pect-ed that by way of amendment to the lindf!Ct tlio l.ibei'als may suggest son\e such form of taxation. In tbi-meantime .1. C. Turriff. .\I.P.. for As- where gasoline was seciuestered. AU of this is part of the evidence in the venting the navigation of Greek ship-i'^"'""' showing the Hellenic rulers coinplicily with the central I'aris, Jan. It is reported that the Allies, who are practically pre- ping. and thus liavc slopped Austro-(.'eriiian submarine warlaro in the Mediterranean, Imve secured convincing evidence lo llie effect that the Greek King, has I'avored in every possible way llie operations of the -Aiislnan and Germun ' submarinos, which were based at Corfu prior to I the French occuiiatlon, and still are based al other Greek islands. Sub- on tlie seaside at Constantiiui's villa. Kilnil rei.urlis from' the street lail-way'B lyi.") opertitlonB wore tabled al .�Vlonday morning's mooting of the city commissioners, and from it is learned that the street cars inltiiri earned ?iiG7T.Hl over actual peases. Appreciate Fund Paris. Jan. 3ii.-The lepul.-^e of two (jcrman intaniiy attacks upon I he i'rencli positions ribar Uoiupierre, south of the Hiver Somme, is an-nminced by the war ollice. Used Hand Grenades Paris. Jan. ;il.-German forces last j ulgbt delivered two attaclts with! hand grenades near Hill .Mo. HO, both ! of wlilch res\)ltod in failure, accord-  iug to the French' ofiicial statement i given out this afternoon. I sinibola. Is sounding tlie House on : nmvincs are also-said to ho based the question. He has given notice ' of the following (lueslion. "Is it the intention ol the (li.xeiu-i iiienl lo consider the advis;ibill(y of' lollowing the lead of Great liritain ! by enacting leglsl.ituro ievyiii.g la.v- [ alion in respect of e.>;cess imifils j over standard of profits of any trade j or business arising out of war coi\- ; tracts'.'" i powers. This evidence will be sen-sttliohally divulged at the opportune moment and it is bountl to hasten a climax in the Greek situation, looked for in tlie imiucdiatc future. More Plots Petrograd. via London, .Ian. 31.-� Iiiformaliou has iieen received in Iio-litiual circles iiero that the Germans are trying to arrange a meeting between King Ferdinand and Prince George of Greece. / French War Pictures Now Here, Highly Educative French ellicial \\ar pictures, of Kiui; tieorgo and Pi'esiUent Poin-i,n Uie French (voal in France, VJ""' {"'"'''''"''"S a vast section ol the the. Majestic the- . The lalccii will be shown I aire, under the auspices of the Her-:ald, conitncacing this aflcruoon, for \To Give Evidence in Murder of the y-v . O 7 T* '""i vDiiuiuMiiMg iiiiD uiicmuxii, Ku I ana rinnini' tut live, iJUeOeC Soldier =ifl"�i�"'w Uiree evenings. � Im? commencinc; at si . ....., v�f.^� . .pii^. pi[.j,j,[(.^^ while not sensatrioual in ruunino; till 11. Thti I German Report Appreciation of tlie campaign for j ijerlin. via London, ,Iau. ;!l.-The funds for needy soldiers' families is ; French have been making repeated operating e.v-, evident today, and thouKli the � col-1 attempts to regain the ground recent-llecting cominittce has not been ac-f|y losi bv them near .Veiivllle, the Uie actual earnings ol the sireet  live, the fund is growing. The cause army headquarter,s announced today. Hi-^y-IOMl, is recognized as a worthy one, artri . 13ui all fheir attacks have been beaten able lojoff, thC;,Germans still holding their a lew nays all the i newly won trenches. railway last year were S^1.7I0.rll, is recognized us a worthy while the expeniUture (or operation tUc committee hopes to he amounted to S,'1S,0S-',S7. Tlie esli- secure within a few days all mates for I'.il.j placed the earnings money needed for their purpose. , - at $:i8,,"i31.iUi, while the estimated ex- The Herald regrets lluil owing to u (THINKS WAR WILL lienditure was placed at *37.l4ij.0ii. mistake in leporting a contribution i LAST OVER THREE YEARS While the actual oxpondituro was over the telephone oil Saturday a higlver than expected, so also was the ; svibs'.;ri])tion was wrongly cM'iUVed. revenue. It hp.d 'bepn expected that Mr. Frank Colpman and family gave the deficit for the whole street rail- a $Um) suhscrintioii. 'I'he fund 'low way department would amount to stand : $:i7,000, whereas the actual dellcit | previously acknowlsdged .......$111,00 F. (J^olpm'an and i'umtiv Shepherd and Piinlop .... v.. A. l':wart ................ * Paris, Jan, 01,-Five French aero-pluiies eugagpd a Zeppelin which on Saturday niglit last dvo)>ped l)oml>s on Paris, killing and wounding over two score people, acordiug to au authoritative statement issued today. The first to attack the German raider was a machluo piloted by a soi--geant, who was occupied in pati'ol-Ing the upper air. Ho dofendod with much eiierg)-, t)u the French soldiers going into the to the girl or boy over 14, writing the best essay of !)00 words on the pictnres. These essays ate to be completed by February'7th. -Ml children attached before lie receiv(Hl a commission for overseas service, lias arrived in London to give evidence in trenches, taking up positions, or ly- defeiice of tho ofJicer who is lield for the murder of Sergeant Ozanno, of the Canadian Mounted liiflei*. ' GIRL DECORATED l..ondon. Jan. 20.-The Canadian -Vs-sociated Press is authoritatively informed that the recent decoration of .Miss r.^aura Ryerson, ot Toronto, as a lady of grace In the order of St. ,/olin of ,leruKaleiii was in recognition of lier "coui-age, fortitude and unselJlsh devotion In tho Lusitnnla disaster." 1 J MMISSHRS WILLIAKENEW RECRUITING CAiVIPAIGN FOR KILTIES ON IN EARNEST NOW Pulpits Sunday Given Over to Recruiting Sermons-Kilties Attend Church- 100 Men are Wanted From Lethbridge During This Week iiig down in front of shell lire, you know that it is real war, and herein lies the value of the pictures. The will be admitted to all performances Inst reel sliows a wonderful pictuvc for l,')c. Have Signed No Treaty With Japan Tokio, Jan. ul.-The Foreign offlice denies the report from Uerlin that Japan and England have signed a treaty recognizing to Japan superior rifhls in the far east. > :� ? : ; : .> .;. .;. RUSSIANS .SURROUND TURKISH TOWN biowly but surely tho city'bull is being (losorted, and within a-uouple of weeKs will be nothing but n barracks for the police and tire-dopai'tments. The admiiiistratioir oflices with their starts have riittud. ' . ......^, .......^.., With the change iii the pdljce' and lake"tho'hiltiative? lire departments. going, into elTect | Consequently the big campaign is The recruiting camiiulgn Kilties is off with a bang. ..... drcd moil in Lethbridge in three da.vs! Seven liundreU men in Southern ,-M-berla as soon as iiossible! That is tho oblect of the campaign. Tliat is tho mark which has been set by the central recruiting organization which opened up in earnest its campaign for the Letlibridge Highlanders yesterday and which will extend lis efforts over all of Southern .Vlberta. For llie Highland regiment, the Urst killed biitlullon to bo raised beiween Winnipeg and Vancouver I'or o-Verseas service, is essonlially a Southern Alberta unit. It will be known as such when it goes to the front. And since LRthbrldgo Is Its headi|uartera, Lotli-lii'idgu citizens feel it their duty to lor llie wagon. Do your bit. Kvery little press of business did noi Ijlind him One luin- iliBlps, The Kilties niim.ber nearly 400 now. Going lip. Tonight there will be a uniformed olllcor at every one of thu theatres. .At the .Ma.ieslle where tlie French war pictures are boing sliowii; at the Orpheum, the SUirland, and Empress, On Wednesday niglil tho speaker at to his country's call. He did not say to himself thai ills country could get along without him. Tho minister said lie had heard a man say a few days ago that he holleved the war would end in a draw. It must not be ,h draw, declared tho speaker. MURDERE 10-I)P D Biifialo, .\. v., .Jail. ;il.-Two pei- BLIZZARD RAGES, RAINS ALL LD Jloose ,Taw, Jan, 31,-Tho -n'orst blizzard to sweep Saskatcheiwan in. years raged all Sunday night and -Monday morning with the result that traftic on the railways Is practically paralyzed. Tho thermometer today is registered at the zero mark, lb.ut a 'lO-mile-an-hour gale Is filling all cuts-on the railways faster than it is possible to plough them out. Linos running north and south are naturally tho worst affected, although No. 1 Ini-perial Limited, on the Canadian Pa-ci/h; railway, was stuck in a snow- the Jtttjestic will bo Col, I'ryce-Jones ,'lonlh blow lo democracy himself. Yesterday the Kilties la full stiongilil paraded to the various churches and listened, witli the others, to insjilring r(|Hiruiting sermons. Anil the recruiting organization Is ^indebted to tlie ministers for the very lino sermons it will be a sons were niunlcred, another probably i drift between -Broadview ami negiua icy ,t it. is. fatally iiuured and another severely this morning, and it was necessary to 'I'he lenders of the nation rocognizo beaten up in au automobile it, and aro trying to' make people on Orchard Park Uoad, near this ReKJna realize tli� culumlly that anviliing but city, early today. Several hours j a complete victory for the allies would elapfced before tho city aiid county au- be. All Germany's hatred is concon- tlioritiis were informed of the crime trated on Groat Britain, who siooii and the assailants made good their ____ _____ __________ athwart bur autocratic purposes. And cscaiie. The victims, proinincat Buf- dellvored, and the rousing manner in'there can bo no jioaco until the gods lalo nsidcnts, and members of tho which tho various topics wore dealt "f lu�t "'"l I'ower nro drireii from the same family, were: Mrs, .-Vgiies M. hold-up send out a plough to bring her into with. At Knox Church At Knox churcli in thu Tuesday, it is .the ri,t^itio,,; to make | on: "vcst^^i^fly Urn .mbllJllsS ^ol^^* ~, li^liveredT'v^v recrniUnL' HornionR I'mi,, nmirlv nunm-' "l*^.^' ^- J^-"00� dolUoied a ^el>, odation I recruiting sornions from nearly overy ' ..i,,',,,',,,�, depart-j pulpit \n the city. Today the public I ^jfj ,'ni ded tor 1 is being lilt square in tho eye by big! ,,,>,!,.. , some clianges for the accommodation of tlio slalT tiC the (itimhined ments. More room will bo needed tor i is boing lilt square in tho eye by. big liiemen's tiuiirtors, and as the city has! recruiting posters plastering the town a lease on tho whole of the Uounaii' from euil to end and back again. To-block across the stfoot, whore the nlghi, and subsequent nights, ihoy police, asscssniout aiid tireBHUi'ei.''s dc- I will llaton to sliort rocriiiling speeches lartmeiits aro alreurty lioUsofI,. It has i In tho various tlioalres from mon in leen decided to. move'the commission-| uniform, wlio liavo offered tlieiuselves others tu ers' oflices to that bulhtibK. Uuilding'and who are appealing to Inspector Mccch is." aU'cm y workliigi join them. VAthens, via Paris, Jan. ao,- Uussiaus are surrounding >?ierum, fvoin which city the 'IclBh ituthpi'Hlos have fled, tji'dinff to � reports reaching A strong RuBBian- col-g'iadvttnoing to the Tigris "tlio u on plans for the new oHicos, It i.s tho intohtloii to;ront quarters in the oUl hal^to^llblio^ ai"l lirompn Seveii hundrod mon more aro needed to bring tho Kiltlos to fnll strensth. Ono hundrod are wanted from Leth- and it is hoped, the revenue will cov-j bridge city lii three days. .After tho or the cast ol ihe lU'W (luarlcrs j tho administration stall. tor Lothbridgo campaign is completed � it will be oxteudod to the outaldo dis-tricts, CommlttoBs are to bo forihod LONELY HOMESTEADER , :, in oach locality. Speakers are to be DIES BY HIS OWN HAND sent fortii. Active recruiting in every Sasltatooh, Jan. JU.-Kvldoutly pre- form is to be conducted. The Killlos ;i'Brrliig death by lUs pwa li(juci to j need the-men. - Thu King or Knlser-. llDgorlng horrors ot tloath bygpld and i wiilch'^ 'inie Kilties Kill tho Kurso of cvposure, .Magnus A. Oeterbai'g com-1 the Kaiser's Kultur. Will ..vou h^lp'' in his sormon, "A Young lis Country." Taking for tho basis of liis address the old story of Nehenilah In tho court of the Persians and his patrioti people, the Jews, in need, the speaker between N-jhomiairs thot oC.lho young mun � Nohemlali saw his Tluvt Js ono lesson to the old story. Ho oyos to his duty. '"hd. Toiler, 07 vi-ars old, shot in tho head Nehenilah fell his country's call and anil instantly killed ; Kreile-rick C. answered it. Tliat is always the case Tniper, son, beaten to ilcath with a witli the true man. He does not blunt instrument ; Grace C. Tcipor, need to ihe urged. Our men of Canada daughter, skull tractuiod, will die; stand in tlio same place today. It Kdward 12. Teiper, son, �beaten on the Germany wcVo Bucoossful in tills war, head and left senseless 6ri tho road, the military law would supersede the /riie faniily was returning from Orch- Bottom Drops Out of Wheat Market 'I'lie bottom dropped out ot the;: grain market today as a I'ceitlt of the i-weakness dis.ilaycd on Satuiday. Maj-. wheat, whidi opened at 130, made a Kain to 131i shortly attei: . opening, but a rapid succession otdo-;' dines brought the close price downs MAKKETS May. wheat................. 127% July wheat.................. 127 May oats..........____..... May flax �................,, .. 214 niltted pulcldo iu hit) lo)ip near Wntsou, stisk., "1)1(1} wp Homo Guard or Kilties, come tilO)\|{. Join thn thi'oug. Get Into tho hmvi| High Rpreoast: \ WE.^TIIEK thing to do. M'6 don't know his prob. dow of Cionrad Teipor, who foiimlcd loms. Hi^t let every ;man- search liis , the lUtrtalo Structural Steel Co. ' ' Fall- and cold. lieurl. l.fot lilm read jvliat is there, and U the call is Ihore, let him answer It. He will,not be ninklng a mistake but win boausworlng tho call which has lor Jls purpose tho adiulnlsterins .of a death blow to the greatest nien-2' uco -t|(o deiuoeruoy. of iho world hua -13 I over I'tiOft^.':' , - - (OuNTIUpJip Page 3) WINNIPEG CHURCH BURNED \\'in?ilpeg, Jan. 30i-^Tho PolnL Douglas Prosbytorlaii church was-i*:* ? Calgary, Jan, 31.-The f Cfil- ? gary and 'I'dloUl Hue of tUe'G,' :�'| T. P. is suovv blocked and: tlia ^tii burned this morning, tho loss boltig placed at $25,000. Only the sHeleton-walls -wore lett Avheii tho paTlBhlonovn-arrived for early aorvlces.:-The CfUlgfr, of the (Ire is unkno^^n ' - ) northbound tnilu did jiot leave, i^} this, inornine, Heavy* drifts lu *" tho nolghborhood ot, Troeliu' ,, aie sttUl to bo the (ihlet ^o'!j5,.^.'<-S stacle to the operating'otcttiai,*";-brancU. ? �V ; ? ? "V .t"'* ?^V'4'%-*^'*f* 9911 25 84 51 ;