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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 3, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta uminniDGIS. AIBl'.UTA. SATURDAY, MARCH 1017 The Cure for What Ails Him Are Forming New Lihe- Have'Abandoned Much Material'in. Retreat. PRISONERS DON'T REALIZE RETREAT f, BERNSTORFF'MAY GO TO THE REICHSTAG Amsterdam, 'vja l.cldon, Slnrch S.-Count Von Ilcrna. r.. inrlf, former Ocrinau amljas iijrll, lurmui Bailor lo Ike United Stales has been uorclnntea as candidate for Ihc HeichElag.ln- placo of v Ihc late llcrr 'Von' Mcldlngcr, according to the'Tclcgraaf. v IlrliislriUadfiuartci's in France, via ondon, March Veslerday woe tunny, with' good .visibility during the Today n dense fog hid tliliiK beyond a hundred yards. 1 he enemy In now niipi'oxlmalliiB a i we may .exiled will a show cT force Counter-attacks are In evidence, bu Iho affair Is liot going altogether ,o tho ciiomy's' program. There arc proof, that he'ls destroying as mucl is possible and that a good deal whic oslremcly useful Is being abandon ed There was a. counter-attack las nlghl by Ihe. Bavarians at Le Trail loy which was -well handled. Hfl vvero Counted before our Blore'io llie, west the situation con-1 forms to the napaumc-Alchlcl le lot- it Ouf-ffoSjis are now al wort near" Louparl, norili ol U'arlcncourl. Close' lighting' Is 'place .there, thej_cnemy having_trled lo return lo "tilO pOSlUo'li iiu iuai.iGO'aCyll. llC V.aS nnohlo lo'-rec'ovc'r it. Arouml Oorame. court'the ground Is being syslcmallc- allv cleared. j appears Hie enemy has been care fu''to keen from his troops theJaci thai IJicy. were, actually In rclrcal Prisop'cra taken at Gommccourl re- fused 'jo '.bplio'vc. that Hielr coraradcs ad E'ono and the. fortress hid bee, Burrendered-.asMn. I'rlecVei-s Iron other divisions taken in this.neighbor- npL credit cillicr that Gom- 'niec.ourt-.dr-' other villages and rc- About. lW mpiiths ago-members ho Southern Alberta .Wool Association were talking 30 loi- this They liavo.-B-.iice rcvis- cd Ihelr figures tpwards; and arc ci- pccling closer lo 45 If. this s obtained It will be tin Increase ol.l.f ccnls over the average price secured Uy Shields, in the Toronto HUN SUB WAttf ALLS FARSHORT bv Ihc in'oiibers association Ic inoers year. This will be an incrcaep i of. er cenl. .which Ihey would consider KAISER IS A DOPE FIEND New York, Mar, Ger- man Bipperoi- IB a .physical wreck. Mid Is constantly under Ilic Influence of morphia and v cocaine, according to Hdgar K. llooi-c a dealer ol I.afayelte. Ind., who relumed recently from Germany, and Is stopping In Xew Vork City. Semi-official Statement Made that Details; Published in America were Correct-- Zimmerman Tries to Justify Intrigue GERMANY MYSTIFIED AS TO HOW U. S. WAS TIPPED OFF Much Irrigated Land Tnkcn East of City This Vciir will be no immlgrallon .to speak ot unlil after Ihe war. but o what tliere Is, Hie Ut London, March Keere- ary Zimmerman's Instructions to the German minister lo Mexico, as pun- ished In the Unilcd Stales, are ad nlllcd in Berlin lo have hecn correct- y quolcd. according to a dispatch to lleulcr's from Ihe German capital by way of Amsterdam. The dispatch quotes the following tclcpram re ceiveil In Amsterdam from Berlin on was apparently Friday and which hy the Wolff bureau. ouidal German news agency: semi "The American press contains re- ports about Instructions from tlic minislry of foreign affairs In the Ger- man minister 111 Mexico City in Ihe ivent lhat Germany, aUer mation of suluunrine warfare, tall- Stoles at Iho entente's disposal, ami [hat the Americans had not declared war onlv because they felt sure that' assistance hy n Irlciidly neutrality would he during lhat lime much more, effective lor the entente than direct- participation In the war. "Whether this American newspaperman report-. cd tlio lads exactly, we were at aj loss lo judge In a satisfactory since we were more or less complete- ly cut off from cominunlcalion wilh Ihe United Stales. Ihcre were other facia which' accnicd to confirm thla and assurances. Everybody knows these' fads and I need not repeat them. The-, entente'propaganda services have flcienlly heralded nil these pro enlcnlc r demonstrations In United Stales natural resource? city yesterday. "Tlicrc ia 'a fair amounl or 3-5 per cent, .which Iheywi for talking'45" cent wool at present Is lltal coulracls have Al- ready been made, according to the American. Sheep Breeder, for -MUn- lana wool at IV Gep.-.M. lUtch and Lewis, lohlijhe morning lhatlhc> were'ready 3S cents: U is uuuerstooi 'one contract has alieady een'iuailc'in thc'.dlslrlcL at 40 eenls, are mounting .with- wool.- A ew years' noL'-consIdered vorlh wrilie.t6.iake the.skjh'bf a er which me. cold .be ween -JIB -and 120 I so.noiv. Hides are worth: about -IS-'.cents per pound. Less iliau 15 'years .'ago -lie nncon, firiv net- ccn mm'fiin lo make Koticl her I ircal 'l irii i ol TnnnViml tlLHJKllllJll I cd lo keep Ihe United Elates neutral, if you ilnk ihesc (lemonstralions wltlil These reports arc based on Ihe fol- actual attitude ot tho b S tlicn 1...... jg'ohvious thai it was not on our part to consider whal defen- sive measures we should lake in case were attacked' by United Slate? There Is no record of an American' nowfipayer correspondent named Ed- ['rice. Edward Price Dell is the1 of the Chicago Daily-News. submarine warfare or, -February 1st, POUI1U. LeSS 11IUL1 1-J liesl were 'nol worth' more-Irian 3 els. I-calhcr and -ivool 'arc amoiig Ihe commuaities which are helping to raise of living. Bolterlnfe.-'operallons' by Ihc French troops'at-: BoVeral-points ,-aloug the this afternoons war "of lice', statement. Ucriin, (by: Tlierf bav'e "again been violent Infnrt try crigagemehts on.botlrbauks-orthe Ancre' in northern France, Ihe wa offlct'ann6nriccdvtoday. Tlie-Brll.lsl suffered the of sKly'iirisoners and eight machine'guns In addition lo 'tlicir'casuallics.'' The 3Isl be celebriled tomorrow with special se'rviccs'-'ai which, ncv. Principal Dyde" of -ilqlicrtsoh .tollcge, iidmoulon, will rreaclv'V.olh'-morning I and evening. Prof. is .noted as n most able spcaker.i.wlll undoubt- edly La heard hy Inrgc coiistcgations tomor'row.j SpeciaL-miisiC: is-hclus Ike choir. 'Knos: church J figures largely in. the hislory of ,Lcth Fear Thitt' Bill Will Not Be bridge's .Ici-elopment, beins-about-lhe Passed Itefore Session Dies -r-Stohejs Opposed Walhlngton, Mar. arm- ed 'neUiraljly-'bill running'a. neck and neck' race with Slme in congress today-. Democrat we're aiming to. gel it through before the session' at noqh-Vomorirow, but .were not the position of MB opposition. t where .llK-lgU some'' long' op'posilioii speeches Ihe great ma- of Republicans "urged its leaders were not sure'vyhere the latl moment would-, find' and the was .drawn out by Senator Stone's offering of amendments whieh.'are disagreeable to president. It was evident on all handi lhal 'he situation had forced, other legislation Into the jam where much.el- it would b- sacrificed. irsl church lo be estahllshcd .in a rcEuiar way here. -The. JIHF lor, Capt. tiie Ilev-'A. II. Denoon I at prcschl overseas us char.lam of th 113tli Highlanders. 'Ills place is bein lakcn jusl now by BeV. W..F...nurriE calisfied wlthlharretl'zpiie, and .asked other i succcc.le.1 in uo found adjacent U, the ciiy thisUht, 5 Tlic returned soldiers' colony of event of nillilary farms north of Coaldalc is :0rder ,to balance, if lalioii. The companyUdlieslon lo.our foes uoy, -en mid. Tim Pomifln muilslcr 31 AlSXlcf iirt Cljuil aa in ee'ieral Mr, Xbi- die .-la LU ._ __-.._j. declftring unt dK mouth if Ihe onU had ironlimica. It coiiipitrcs ,wt. r A centher dtmng Le.n v, declareil''ail linited .SU'.es ..declirjn.s in belter-c-oiidltion in1 South 'AluerlnJEho-uld offer .to the Mexican govein land with goud moisiurB1 conditions, al an alliauco arid arrange furUie ______. fnr a IMP- rron and I Tlidpn instructions. I" NIGHTJAR SUMMARY allU Wltll BYYU -r.iiicnv nu rtllmm-u nre-ent the outlook for a hlg crop and Tliesc instructions, 0> continuation pi present prosucrily expressly direcleil the is very hriRllt. Washington, March dent Wilson has no intention 'of taking action that VouldL bring war with Germany, unless con- gress IE summoned in an ses- sion. This" vvas communicated to" ll-.e Senalc leaders today, by rep- rcsentali'ves of the president who lake the obsltlon that if no extra- ordinary "crisis arises it will not be necessary to'call an extra session before late in the spring, and then onlv to psss any appropriation.- bills whicl; may fall at the present session. 11 AUSTRIANrPARLIAMENT! Dernc, via Paris, JIar. British Iroops have made-addilion- progress north and .soulh of the The slnlem'ent .from tho Lon- ds war. office which makes this an. nounccmcnl gives no' details of the Intest advances. NorlLwost ot I'uls- north rot lop Ancrc, and. in [he region of .Warlcncolirt, squill of.the Ancre and toward. Da- were lue sceiies of Ihc latest gains. The Germans anpnrenlly are. pic- paring lo make a stand on their pres- iql, reports -the. repulse against Ihe Brit- March-3.-A conference lib' advanced positions near 1 court and- In fact, a'Foster, corre'si'iondeiit of Ihc Associated Press with the British army reports that Ihe Germans are now making lo "make no VdvMces to :lhc- Mexica unless 'he .knew. certainty lhat America .was going ,1 [declare war. "How Ihc American government re- scivcd the Information of, the tinns senl hy a'sctrct. wavvto Mesico, not known. U appears, however mat treachery, anu'it, only.-must been Ireachery, committed on American territory." I The Central from Amsterdam says JUie Berlin, lelesram ivi repard lo Secretary Zimmerman s instructions to' Iho German: minister liri Mexico is semi-olViclal. Zimmerman. .Talks Ranchers Say The Live Stoclci ,Has Wintere'd-Better Thin Ever Before on a line running from Essarls, ihrb'usii Pclit to .the south- farmers Auslriati parlinmcriL lale next montli. Ancre re, bee., iiori'ine BrUlsll on Friday capluredl suiuuio'ncrt confidentially hy the rnm- iSsjr oner Ihree maehinc isler to Ihe capllal.. The, naIn re o, trench Bertin- reports siilercd conflilcnliaV vii Piris Mai u twin. ing06 oCin riuS1 from Vienna W; Sou- -iccomMr. nnrl In the Ancrc regiou. Rural Bbard Will f Have Capital Ten Edmonton, business of the b'parfl >o' far as the government will have -any .influence with it, will be. conducted on lisan lines. Us affairs Tflll- accd on striclly business -rrlriblples and tho policy of the board wilh re- spect lev Ihc rate, of- Inlcresl .lo he charged will bo to (is a rale lhat will ho Ihc actlwl cost-nf oblainhig Ihe money plus 'the cost of conducting the pal slill remained Ihe charge', to be ct. To slarl the scheme, he mcnlioned met. cncz hnd In the Ancrc'region. On Ihc remainder of the Iront France only raids and artillery duels; h'riv'o' taken place. On' the eastern front there has been marked ncllyily in Galicia and in nu- roanin. On the Narayuvkp, rlverx in German storming- detach- ments Mew nil Russian positions, and took' 170 prisoners. In the Valpulna, Berliii records, llic Huasians made five Irui'llcss ntlaeks against Anstro-Ger- niou flosilions on Ihc helghls norlh of ihe valley. Pelroqrad says Ihe fighting conlinucs north of Ihe Jaco mani in- It C 1 lenders and HodencK Aic-iiiermai, news Imreim: Sec; cncy about the English report lhal 'German ploL.had el'Mexico to declare K'nr.apiiiisl me United Slales, and lo Eccute Japan's id against United-Stales.! iSccrelary answered: land that it is impossible lor me to liscuss the facts of this reyealed.-plot ust al this moment and under these "Our cattle are coming-Ihrouglv the; winter In fine shape and we haTC net had to do ciich feeding." said GeorRO Ttdss of Ihe Wallace and Iloss ranches! t this imbruing. cojrse the) are somewhat pinched up inl lliree weeks more of hard weather wouldn t be ?ood for them But spring is il mos't hcrcrjmd..T.can that calllo have never really wintered belter than; they have IMs A Krssler, llie naymond rancher, confirms- Mr.- Hois stllenient His herds have come., through: In finej shape Ihougli they have heen fed. rather.heavily.-'..There plenty i, I feed, however. In all pails of Iho country-' o sar thai the board fvonld be. provlded'.will !l capital ol ilO.OOO.OOO. When more money was reguirctl the board woult circumstances. I lliorclpre .rnay allowed I'D limit my answer lo what la said in Ilie.EriglUli reports certainly aro nol inspired by sjm palhy wilh Germany. "'The Kngllsh :report csprcsalj stales lhal Gtrmany 'expeclcd am wished .to remain on terras o frieurt ship with the hut Ilia we had prepared measures of defence in case United Slates oun- -ft 0. -Harvey sals sheep have neur omo tlirough oclter OC course sheep owners heen feedlilg o''a greater or 'less cileni, and out scarce hie.llie tacl'.lb'at hcrp has .been no dilficulli Ileporls from all parts of Ihe country arc along tl e sarno lines as ndical'ed hy. these lliree well known ra'nchers, and there is no doubt IhaL livestock-.will go to the new range; [his spring in splendid (condition a sentence gives the business.' cct and effect of Ihe farni loans act, which unanimously, received. Us. sec- ond-reading In Ihc legislature yesler- day afternoon, on the motWn ol Hon. Mitchell, provincial treasurer, ind alter approving speeches hy 1-. ncd Deer, the leader nnd oilier niembcrs it the opiioslllon. The rale o't I.ilcrcsl on loans will have lo come before Ihe legislature 'have it voted. -Mr. Mitchell Ihoughl1 Ihls 510.00MOO would be 'sufficient' lo slart Ihe scheme with. It thai were found nol lo be sufficient it could be increased next session. Proceeding lo discuss conditions in Aluerta wilh rcspecl lo Ihc loaning business as Ihey found Ihcm lonay, Ilic provincial Ireasurcr Enld'-tlial in some Instances in was highly desirable. There was no greal laull'lo be found aa lo Ihc manner In which loan companies hail btcii as- slsllng lo uOv'clop the cgunlry In-Iho pasl. No doubt Ihey had difficulties lo conlcnd wilh and Ihcrc were -also henl'-Kiniroluns bleb. road. Rumania (letachrncnls were forced to withdraw, I'clrogmd says, from a. height norili of the Illvcr This Issue of Tho Ileralrt con- tains an S-paSiii'-ito section With 'articles ot local and gon- Washiiiston. Mar. mail los when the Cunard liner' was sunk, the post.; office department an- nounced Included lhat address- ed to Kjiropcan except Ger- inany.x Austrln-Hunpiry, Turkev ami Itussia. posted at New Vo'k fTom noon Fchruary U lo noon mnsi ueoree Februarv 17 as well as thai for South allege'd plot is Africa Australia India. The whole plot falls rial to --Joseph ttard.' i in case Unilcd Rlales does nol ,de- ________ clare war ogalnsl us. and If w.e as the report tillegcs.; v v v ol hosllje acls of the and ex-Premier Sir; Mall Holland recel. ork trom Jp.nuary 10 to February 17 nd for Norway, Sweden amV Den London, Marclr new Zeppelin on Bleep trials atnhcnl.caughlflre on Monday and was completely destroy cd, according "to reports from llcrlln received by th'e Exchange Telegraph company, by way of Copenhagen. fThc dlsralch says' that the crew -ot> Iho y.eprolln jwrishcJ with their airship, and, trial Iwo Belgians who vinieisnd ;thc disaster were arrested and taken ('rrmany, of Interest, al the', end cf thlrlv y the tcrin.ot the" and iinjusl. Accord Inc lo the records of Hie land lltle of loans in This was lerin.ol me loan, .imin (nlft] ,oans jn Inlcrcsl woiiirt-bo and In'intfi was lhc 000. The avenge rate of Interest wn mark fro 7, mid p Irilaln JIAHKETS- Spot wheat Local" track wheat May wheat....... Local track__oals i May-oats May flax 185 169 18S 2 GO .rt'igh orway, n. February 1 lo 'February possibility parcel roFl.mail for Crcal 'agoinsl m. s lost. :aily'-bad reayi-r- V I iv sons to do so. "I "'All -Jrecnlinc newspaper a. sborl v while arc really revealed a plot, when v __________________. hi [old "thot the Unlled States last FRENCH LINER ARRIVES year suggested to olheV. w York Mnr publics common action-against tjcr- PrcES annomicesi The French line many and her allies.. rlot r I-a Touralne, whicliMcIt linr- cnlly was nol conditional In tho least. tot'B boar.l were wen. ____. i In Hcrlm. nnd Lon- ONE BURNED TO DEATH