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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 31, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta .1 !K. JANUARY 31. HH7______________ NCMHEK '13 UNEARTH Pili TO KILL a'Great Sensation. UNRESTRICTED NAfAL WARFARE _-v ..__, WASHINGTON, JAN. 31.-1N TJ.1EIR NOTE PRESENTED TO PRESIDENT WILSON, RESPONSE TO HIS SPEECH if THE SBNATE.THE OTIIEU DAY, OEUMANY DECLARES .-Oil UN-RESTRICTED NAVA1, WARFARE, "i iil -A tuiispiriicy lo: nmvilcr German People in Great Misery with Hard Winter iici'soiisVliiii-gi-'ii-wilii Ilic cijiispinicy> in.ni-wiiiiiic .ii-rosl "on1 rciiifirkainc cpnsniriicy lili'tic WOHII--II ifiui cliarKcs'V-ivns'rcpo'rlcd tit Ilia I Tlic iSkiiich says: policti-liavc lo murtlcr lliivnrcnii. of paid Alice Wheel- doa, Her livb dnughlers und husband of one'of ihem, Alfred George Mason, were' clfargea'at-'Oulldliall here, loday, ivlth'coiisiilring 16 murder I'rcmler I.loyd Ccqrgcfnnd'Arlhnr Henderson mcmupr House ol Uommons and of London, JahV suffra Belies ob 'fiillli'nrV.. service, were. ar on a. remarkable con Eiilracy. today: "Th .vjoiiibii were ar rosieil All'-of: IhclrirwlUjb Derby aad Jhe_ Ir'.wMl. Mlract: Ilic WlflCS Hitler Cold Hi-ings Addefl SIis: cry In Food tality Iticreasins Amsterdam. Jan. 30, via London Jan. Germany always dreaded the occurrence of a hard winter.during i-ic wnr, realizing Bituattou must arise with Ihe cold of which It Vould be Impossible to esat'gerale Ihe gravity. That moment has arrived Cunei-al January lias now- Joiner ho Allies and Arctic weallier pre ails In the empire. Deep snow and everc' frost, accompanying mtcrriip- Ion of have partially niralyz-, ed Ihe- economic life ot Hie nation, lerlln presents a .picture' ot vhich Is heightened .by the pressing food problems. Everyone familiar with- Germany knows Ihe immense imiiorlanco of polatoes as a [actor. In j the dally life, lu Germany R3 In (orw a article ot food.'Polatoes are Euscep s tlblo to damage by f rost aivd allhougli cverv'cffurt has been'.made In Ger- many to prevent details of losses reaching'enemy countries, enough.; is r kiiown to indicate the extreme spr- No nmve orders for Grteo coal are taken by nr-enU in Ihc cjly. Tlicrc i.rc t.l present more orders on hniul lli.in nf whicli Hie siipiilv is very liinilcd. i' Noiic or Ilic coimucfch.! coal niiiics arc Lack nl work lion. Mr. Ci-otlicrs, minister ol lalior, is due in L.HB.I C1" The incrcnry stands at 25 below. Tlic fuel siliiajion in city and country is firuvc. i Weather 10 Below and Coal Supi ply-Very Low in City and Country CROTHERS MUST MAKE -.SOME MOVE AT ONCE .Is -Due Calgary Tomorrow :Gritcc Refuses Fur- Ihur Orders Big Sums Paid tcr'Tories- Ag- Report Implicates -Rogers D'erhyr''Jan la of 'Scotland Ya charges' "lliatviictcndanls.- on divers dnys -hciwccr, December 25 and the laying'this Informalion did amongst, themselves unlawfully aim confederate and agree'tbgcihcr -against the night HononiWe'-David1 Lloyd.-George, .and Ilia'.Right'Honorable' Arthur Ileadcr- sori malice thought, to" kill and murder, contrary Ib offenses" against tlio Persons Act 'of ourl his crown and 'dig-1 ih'fbimillbn Is signed by 'A; 11. iloilliln'i.'nroMc.utiii'g'.'on 'belialf .oi rke crown. After formal 'evidence .concerning Hie arfcsl'iiail been given, the case adjourned until Saturday. Mrs- Whecldbri" who" Is 51) years Old, re- sides in rieiuy with her daughter'.aged IS a school teacher here. Mas- on, li'lio is..21 years old, is.a chemisl of On -being arrested the defendants denlcii any..kiip.wIe.ilBO of 'the charge -make any sla o No "details' in. regard to tli the Aa near Ihe northern end of the Russian front 'repulsed several Russian They took pris- oners more than'.. 500 men, and .captured 15 machine ADMIT Berlin', via Sayvllle, Jan. On' Ihc northern Rumanian tronl( tht: heavy lighting resurned yesterday, the Russians making several attacks south of Pulna valley. The war office today an- nounced that the Russians -suc- ceeded in penetrating the German position-of support. TAKE HUH TRENCHES Paris French detach- ment'penetrated the first two 1 line's of German trenches in l-or- -raVne south of last nlsh says- todsy's olficlal report. All ocdupanls of the trenches were aid were taken; ic w. T The contractors, says the report, started work 'oh1 Ibis building on AUK. Stii The evidence of Jlr- Carter la quoted lo llie'etfecl that between Aug. 16th and AUB- 2Stll the contract price had been raised to ColloKiiw a lelepliono conversation Mr Carter and'' Hon. .nbbert. Hogers, thci provincial' minister of. -nubile works It Is slated that the- substituted con- Inict.wasrereivcd by. Carler-IIalls on and that OH Sepl. 3lh tlie.nrn.: received a conlracl tor ilras amounting" to' Tl'ecomrnlssiojor. slates In. Ins re- port 'that siiorlly after tlio Dominion clestion'ot Sent. 21. Hon. Robert noge'rs hctamu e! tlie D- minion caliinot." "liiil." th commissioner. "Ilic laxity which had Canada. There ed in various parts qT aeroplane factories underVihe'supT "-ervisipn" of the Imperial.; MunJ-: lions Board and -these' "the expenditure of many rnillion The Dominion, govern- 'menl jhe 'Imperial ine use of limy uu sin-ii-. lioii; However, il'la likely llicy. So ''able lo 'secure-more ,ralncre llial EO many of tl.eni are idle, and" In 13 mine ma'j do more to help oul. Munitions' BoaFd Camp Bordsn as ayiatiop grounds and this offer has been accepted; ir.j scv.-ral scjuilhons will be .mobilized and.: trnlncd there. jnCl, Hie liiA.iJ jiiDLlLUim, jau. v- nndcr'liis reginw in the Raymond In none too. plea Relief Needed -.-iimut-'oul of coal. and.must Jiave. EDtne.'" .'This was the plea of every- one placing orders -wjlh coal agents during tlie past tUe company refused during time to take orders from aiuonc who bad'severaidaya' supply on band.j.An effort: i's helnE made.to lake .care al os -rnnny people'as .possible, and il tlio'slrikc it Is likely .Ihnt arrangemenls Trill be made.to deliver more' than half, 'a ton to any.ony P Grace has civcn orders i ha t wives, be giveu. preference over.ahybodr.. Many tlicm-havc lieyer been lu a- position... -luring ,the..winler to'slock Imore than cnougll ;to last-a couple OL 'weeks, and seme -families are already.. suffering. One lady whose -husband is nt mo.. front rame info Ihc Gracc-coal-aEen.cy Yesterday nftcrnoou. She liad olily two davb1' supply left, aud -lucre were u .---'l.V-; [our. lionis Ib isition In rcsord to the, cool- sjiu- she-. .would, Miavp ni-c-ao llie Haymoad. tor cleclionT coal" dealers cua, e company'had coutribuled to tho. cara promi3ed but outeidc of tbcse, campaign.fuuil. In succccdnig .years. lho am0unt available Is-vcry li n cd.. T" campaigi ._........, anj O'Brien .slate .tLatlliBy. about seventy five tons ,1-': yeslcr- :.bi nian'y._.. 'rhe'commissioner. finds that the has established overcharges made by the Carler. company atnon.nj- ing In the sum ot flfi.QlO. Han- .nond an'd'Itodw-ay- were overpaid he amis, and .1. Wr ?lil S10ES The .I'tcg'rcrs Conflruclion Company, moll.tr. contract firm, pas. overpnld {60S7. i find." continues the. com- mimioiier. "Ihat-during-lho currency of ih- conlracla awarded lo the Tro Cof.sJT-JcUciiJ-oinDSDyJ the com made a.preseftl-ot 5112010 lion Joseph Bercicr. then iiailon: does noi near.; BUUM, Eleps may be taken to.nulNin a. hlggei sl'iiit at the clljvmiiia sbilhal coal foi honseholluse may be secured.. This. would only a rfrop.in 11 u buckcl, a? amount-_lc jmorc than 10 (6a.s It would be -well tor citizens to.gc easy as possible, oil tbeir. visible cto, ,A-numbtr'of..klnd-he3rtCG ritizens who tail a Mineral fupply. .r. Saskntcor. JM. MWTrouble- willi. ihelr .hasomcnto. Have Leip- toloers in the Drumlieller field is ft'dr r.cedyl.elgnbora. ThoM rewlas one miiio liaviiiE who have gcs inslallecl are conferee en work on a demand tor a 10 ;