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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 2, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta I.HTJ1BMIXSB. .I'WDAY, M.VHC11 2. I9K DOOMED TO DIE ON TUB IltblL SKAS 15Y HKAllTLliSB HAIDKIW Brillsli 'ciiasih'B Defenders of Kill'Far Dp Tigris Toward lingdad 7000 BHISONEHS NOW f IN HANDS OK JJHIT1SH London; Miircli Tiirla are lioiili.iininfj to retreat before the yiclorious Hrilish on the Ti Hi-is 'front. A'n plliciul iiiinoniicc incut was uiiidc Ihnl'llic infi.Tiirks on Tuesday moniini passed lii'mugl! miles liorlh-wesl of Kul-cl- Amnra, and hall' way between Kill aiut .iVfjdsid. More than 70.00. prisoners-have been taken since' December !lnl. -The'slaieinent issued by Ihe ollicial nrcss'lHirawsays: .report of the WON'T DISCUSS THE MATTER.WITH HUNS IwiiBlilnslou, March 1. message of statement of'any kind'will bo or'has heeii sent b'y the United States govern- incut to (ioniums' regarding Hie Hlmnicnnaii Instructions, It was Blnteil officially today. As y'cl bffidalK said, there hurl lieon no comuluiilratlon this government anil Mexico, but 11 probable tliat there will bo, siya on Ili The clrrtn London, March Information re sources, Is to lli.o effect that (be reac- CHINA LIKELY TO JOIN IN I'ckln, .Mar. French mlnlBler anil the Uclglan charge d'allairea reiiHEcniinB the entente allies, have invited v China tu enter the war offer- tiiK licr of Hie Iloser Indemnity and a revision of the tariff as inducements. cab- inel crisis H imminent. "Tho vice president and tbe premier aro urging L'lilna to Join the entente. Are Sweeping Higlit Germans Claim.Some l Small Successes 4 FIGHTING PHOfillESSING ON RUMANIAN FRONT v officei' ivimriiand'inq in Mesopo- tamia gives Ihfi following: Pur- jtu'it iif the rcircajiue; nneiny conjiniics and tho Turks in great confusion passed through again been a sorry lizzie. ,Vconterenco .....c'veiiinK ol'TiicsdilY. or the chancellor's.foes called to uc in from hour to hour il will lie 'spine, days before a com- [ilele. list ol' otir caplnrcs ciui be co.mpiled. W tbe anproxi- malr. Uiuiires arc: Prisoners, .'makiiiB1 lolal. of over] 7000 since, lite commencement! nf operation's 'lust fjiii'is inorlnvs _19; iiiacliiiic. Hiiiis II; II. M.'.S. Hy ships 3; luns 2- barges 10, and pontoons lirldlhcld In Tieriin' was the, fillcn, internal Ctpiirnithe Sinking of Huh Boats Boston. Miss-, March flrmation ol the destruction of a the capture of others has been brought here by the steqmerykanws. Just in af- ter traversing miles trtm Calcutta of ers. by. the. .Kansas, .which, had called al St. Lucia, in the Wcsl Indies, for coal, that the DriUsh'.cr.uiEer Amethyst 'had sunk one raider and captured two'others oil the coast of South following the sensa- tional raid on shipping German opponents of.moderate, peace are Ihu's checked, tcmorarily al leasl M-i" iyil Suit Being Gault Has a Counter- Jlonlvcal, Quc., March The cas- es ot Jlajor Hamilton Gault, organizer f Ihe Princess Patricias, Is su- ns liis wife, JlargiierUo-Clark Stcim- us ifor 'tl's to. bed and and of GauH, who has a ross action for separation" froin her insliand, arc being' heard iri camera here by Mr. Justice. .Weir. lawyers on both sides joined In application to he jmlgc.-whlch was for the order shutting the- doors on the, nun ic.' The ground -for -this was (hat a rahlic trial would :he I iublir. .onlerT Tho chief, actors cm r the .caECS are Major iGaiilti- whose nrll- ficTal docs not'.sayc noticeable limp, when seems T mulm, M-irch has been learned from a reliable source Unit Gorman asents' efforts Uniled's'nle, any move.toward theUlfeslniclioi, ol Ibc Imnpico oil holds.. CONGRESS FAILS WILSON i CHANGE IN U. S. Wishmalon March seriate.Icday-approvcdnic nclioii _o[ lie ily Leader Mann, EFFORT ''w, Wishinnlon M-irch next move-in the "program of pulling Ibc Uniled Stales m a xpctled lo be Inter accepted by Ibc bouse. i _________-' _-_ _ Ixinrlon. March Lloyd undo -and foster father ot I.loyi George, died on Wednesday nlEhl n Criccioth, at Iho age of 5Ir. Uoy( was for over Jiall a century joint tor of the li'apllst church at Cricctotl scrvnc tec or reward. H lived to tec his orphan nephew ris from a childhood of uicasrc prospect (o be Jirimo minister, and ivas ]iroud inoniciit in Ills life, clcclatc six years ago ho paid a visit street, alllioish he rare Paris, via London, SlurcJi 2.-' I'lic capture of nul Kuisicux bas bronghl up lo 33 (be number of villages atcd by Hie Franco-British soU, iliers since July 1, 1910. Huns Use Dig Guns dispnlcH to tlie Daily Mail from British headquarters in France "German howitzers are. using iinmiriitioii freely for the ptir- osc oHrving lo prevent rapid jnrsuil. The rclurn of clear; ry Yvealher is favorable lo irilish." German Raids Paris, March Gor-1 nan raids occurred shmillan-i: onsly last night OH...Hie, front vest of Soissoues and were bro- ;eu up by French fire, .with osses lo the (iermans, Ihe. war. inicc announced Inday. A Ger- 1JU I- HlUb undertook a railway Journey.. The irareiits. o[ David Uoyil-Gcorsc. 'raudu-i lent Grain1 Checks I.alc yesterday afternoon Hie jury relumed ii verdict of "not EUlUy'Mn, Hie Case of W- Skinnard. C.. P-. K. I KAISER HAS CtiILL f "London. Marcli '2 Tbe Gcr- man emrjeror is suffering from'v a'severe chill, according'Id a 'llerlin resort received the Eichangc Telegraph company v by. way of Amsterdam. 'It is staled Hint tlie cmneror is com n'clicd lo remain indoors, but receives, the communicates daily .wilh head- quarters.. The dispalch- says (hat Hie patient's condition does not callEC anxiety; but tliaL his doctors 'Insist on great caution. nan trench near in. Argoiinc, was milled and pris- oners taken.- Germans Claim Success. Berlin, March .'2. Twenty prisoners remained in Ihe bauds, of the Germans after _thc re-' pulse-of a sharp attack by BrH lisb dcla'chiiicnls east and spiilli ensl on lire' Krrincp-j Bclfiian: front-yesterday, ,'hcadipuirlers Announced Icidiiy.: O'lher, prisoners :inndc.-in. "isolated' mil. L r _- t held by'.lbc, lirilisbMiftcr; lljcli-" fatlacknear-Saiily and in'clasliS near Ibe.'Ancre, and 1'oiir chine ginis in all fell inloxGer- niim bands in opcratiq.ns. Other raiding aclivilies are' i ported. j- .ijattle in Rumania I Pclrogi-ad, March lan inkl r r--' heights co.Uinnfcd yesterday, said, -he E IC ofiicial'' slalciiicnt issued today. tlio war connlcr Rumanian, detach- Calgary Glh March To Discuss The New Agreement it> tKe llerila) District Led -ecr iilant and whit to do vtitli II wa the chief Hem on the yirosram of th scale tion for her own annlicallonjfor separation ic facl Iliat JlaJof.Gjlult .applltd lo ic. senate of Canada fpr a divorce, and HEECS tbat during' Hie senate -liear- ns, he' grievously ,iUEulled her and njurcil be'r 'making He ailed In liia application for divorce, icncc the. proccedinfsy eoing'on ere, on which hearing begun esterday. l DOCTORS RELEASED Berlin, by wirelessVtb United surgeons and 'two veterinary.' surgeons, hrough o Germany on the' steamship Yarrow dale, left Berlin this morniriB on thi ......____________ i nc committee is very busy the ma ler of a new scalCjOf wages witli to mccl the operators on (lie 6th o Marclj in Calgary, the lime which ha been aRTceif upon by bolh sides hcgln a.-.tonfcrcnce regarding a agrcorilenljlo'lakc Iho place ot the on which expires on Iho 31st instant. The vlce-rrcsidciil) ann secretary, tosclhcr with delegates wlli-Coinpose I the miners 'delegation to meet Ihc operators'. .In'Ihc matter, of the re- jected teller's report, whlcll throws open (he elcclion of officers for new action, an election'will be called Im- racdlatcly-aftcr-Ihc Calgary confer- which lime officers for the way to Denmark. n the case, lhat accused _. ro'usiblo for the wreck in that he; I 1 lirow the switch which caused- thii 11 I wo eiiircascs to pile into each ether. I- I i iccuscd icc hlniEell.'admitlinE a? much, still if was shown by the defence that accused was' nol In tho'iirop'er .slate ot health and became confused at Ihe ast ruihute by fhe changes from the rules which would have called for the against him: BREAD CARDS IN FHANCt Taris, Jlafch H was onnqnnccd by Ihe rointsler ol provisions lhal bread consumption in France be regulated hy cards. Orgiinized the Unit-successor Probably He Lieul. Fisher Financial Affairs of Province In a-? Satisfactory Condition duced ty HonTc. It. provin- Ireasurcr, to provide for the issuo district, will 'again he throughout the district. for Dclcgatca R- bakes, of Dankhead, and NT. Thacbuk. of Catimorc, nrc" leav ing tonight (or their respective homes on account of sickness-in their Tamil ics. tl Is expected lhat Iho work n the. convention_wlli ho finished by Ihc end of Hits week. NO SPECIAL SESSION Washluslon, March tnnulrcrs loday lhat ho l to Ins I George Okoloks, was read-a The resignation of J. Nel soli, nt organlzins officer of Ihc TStl dcuot battery, in Irainiiis- here, has h'cen nimdunccd in orders from heart quarters at Caigary. Mr. Nclsotf resignation lakes clfcci Jlarch 1st. Lieut- Nelson has commanded th since ils organization las summer. .He raised the Cist baiter which went overseas under comman of Capt. Collinson, nud has laken keen interest In recruiting for Tar March ed reports sinking of .the Brjlish barque.. Galgorm Caiili.i and the Donaldson" line freight steamer ..Trllonian, both United States'" citizens aboard, two oi wtiom -ard missing, were received by" the slate department loday from Consul Frost at Qusenslown." The report follows: "The barque Galp.orm Castle, Gueenslown; from Buen- os Ayre's, 'cargo attacked by a subrnarlpe 4.30 p.m. Feb, 27, 74 miles west-southwest of Bull- rock. Four :United States citizens aboard, two'are missing, believed lost, William' Jackson, New York, age 19. and David Walker, negro, Green county, Virginia, aged 30. Americans Eaved.' Henry Merrill, Beaver Falls, Pa., and Harry Richardson, Hanover, Boston, both While, all United States citi: zens, able seamen.'.' LO ITIB ILCranu Edmonton. Jhc Icclsla-jsecond, time anil will now go lo Ihojc'us overseas forces since the uegi ure yesterday aflernooirR bill inlro- raunicipal affairs committee. The public Accounts As announced yesterday, the nuWic acconnls were brought down, showing supreme court against Eugene on, two brothers from "Wclli ed willi receiving from Milling Co. the slim of S5GOO employment' of fraudi' cheques, was started and'.coiiri-Eni. 1111-1 lil len o'clock. The fpllowiiiB jury, was] ficrinaus, empanelled: T. 0. Kins. G. T. -Wride, forced lllC "t Wra-JIoore. Emil Jolinslou, A. Scq Lncllls which.liad occupied vll aud B. C.Law. P, Conybeare ncaj. Village of Rc- ,is proseeutiiig for. Hirf crown, while O.W'-'n1' p. Harris is ncliiiB for Ihc accused.. .IKosa to Thc-caBe-iiromiscs to b.e.n long-one; and court will adjourn' tonight'.until .Monday. It is expected that.Ihe rase lor Ihc prosecution, will be concluded Ihis afternoon. Witnesses last nislit were aim Terry, elcvftijr inspector for the Bilvie Hilling Co. at Medicine Hat. who gave evidence of liie findings of discrepancies in the 'books, of, their acent at Welling, who ccently was sentenced Ip eighteen lontlis on a charge ot defrauding .lip ompany. John Dunlop, nssislant sen- cral superintendent of the company at Vinnipeg, Ihen gave evidence along the same lines. Tills morning-and .all (lay. today Voorheesr was .on the sland .for-'-lhe crown, giving detailed evidence ot Ihe malpractices hy which Ihe Iraudnlcntly obtained. Each transac- tion was Investigated, showing .Ihe number ofinslarices in which storage checks for wheat had been issued by Voorhccs lo Nelson Bros, for which no wheat had been delivered, i y. The defence case will.begin Jlon day- v District -Will -_B'd About To Pay Share.''. On Saturday Iho miners of District No IS willYcceive their first war under the sctllcment.or Ihe .4 Agricultural Problems Being Dealt-With ,by Legislators ,u TCCrc hrougnl nown, snowing o residents of the province of ccrlin- i in me.general revenue and lht catts ot deposit or Eccurilea honc on demand was rrad ft-first time.-The; securities .will be at intcy-sl Ihe] rate of 6 per ccul. compounded "naif; yearly may be Issued In on Wilh respect to Iho telephone ac- mt there Is on income ac- mi alter, providing lor fund payments of making an uc- amount nol Ihon the put- sum ot 5376.131.50 which; standing deferred revenues of Ihc )1M province na Ihcy appear flt- Ihe end of S7, the preceding fiscal-year. Ihe the system has of revenue! as they lire from lo jn of emclrncy, lime raid helng allolnled lo a flpeclr.lia privately owncil account lo ilpptinil luc retire- mcnt v-.-.----- 'Local track oats............. ;n treated mil ot the earnings item, borrowed Isl Hcrnld) Edmonton; Marcli having In view n closo season of one year tor prairie chickens and narlridgcs. and a deduilc ?lalcnicnt.lhal the govern- mcnt Inlclldcd fo deal wilh Iho coyote were Uic. fetliirca of the Ural meeting ot the ngrlculturo co-m- inillco ol the legislature which was held yesterday afternoon" under tlio presidency of F, S. LotTlnEwcn, War- ncr. lalloii should be Introduced lo deal cent strike. Tho .bonus'will bo hy Ihc companies' for' the, c weeks of February, and will to' about tUroushouf the, dis- .Irlct. F. B. .Harrison, commissioner, cxiicclei! in Ihe city shoftly lo m'ake arranGenicnls. (or -the ment'of the government, share o[ tho oar to otll. The coal movement has..never known lo be heavier than It is present time. All .Ihe' arc working every available man, pro-: duciDg. a., heavy lonnago for which there Is a good rtcmand. Uetween Ta: wed n maintained i i undertakings may equal lull none sur- Intention of eaillnc'n special i .The a'cl to amcmi t1if..l.eilibrid5c 'Mission 'con'tfcsi. I city fhancr, whlchl Is.ln cliaree otl ICO.N'TINUM) ON PAGh WEATHER High Low Forecast: Fair and cold. aiyi- Hon. Duncan Marshall, having In the committee that there was qnlte a dercanrl for lhe_ close seaaon, the mcmtir'.rs decided In'favor of It on Ihe motion of J.' A.-Mc.CollJ Acadl.i" seconded oy'O. I1- Smllh, Cnmrose The commlllee rtUcusscd at leiislh the with, tlie mailer. Mr. said lhal In consequence of the acl'pas'scd In Saskatchewan numhcrs 6f nnsOlmd horses were now' coming Into Alberta. Horses brought in from Ihe outside to be sold here sliould havo to nass a veterinary ciamlnatlon .by ail oilicial appointed hy the department. .Thii would save a lot of men wasting their money. Any amount of liprsca wero bought every year wretchedly iiiKbuv and ycl Iho men who bought them du not know it. He had, he said, seen her and Coleraan during tlie'p'ast-'Iqur dayt) there have heen 1000 cars of toal oadcd and shlnpcn'.out. 20 horses sold for 52000 that" were abso- lutely unsound: In reply to J. L. Cote, Grouard, the if r.n act were passed .It could be pro- vided that II would nol: apply to Ihe northern of Hie province. "ON. PAGE Berlin, March" via -Londe-n, March 2.-.The admiralty made the y following aiinouncemeni "On March 1 expired (he "CEriod of grace allotted for sail-V ing ships'in ,Ihe 'Allaijlfe, From.-: this dite, no soscial warning be given to .any ty .mhniir- i ;