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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - March 5, 1915, Lethbridge, Alberta MARKETS 61% May flax Forecast: VOLUME VIII. LETHHRIDGE, ALBERTA. FRIDAY, MARCH 5, NUMBER 71 ALLIED FLEET FORCES WAY DARDANELLES, DESTROY THlEE 7 THE Above on Ilic left HIT. slimvu fiirtiliraUoMs the way lo Tlic forts sliou-n in liiis pjcf.irc guard Ite HdsjJJicmis Cun.stantinople anil ;irc typical oi llio [ortilicaliuns alonf; Llie Danlaniilli'S which are now lieini: raiiiutiil. In ct-ntrp is Vfln I'olll IHSW commander 01 the German liatllu limit succeeding Ailmiral Vim liiglciiolil ivlm was tcmnvcd rrmillv. Von Polll is liie man rfiiiniimW liir submarine blockade oi the llnlisli Islrs. N'n dolilit IIE is now anxiously viHcliing at llir Dardam-llcs noiiilmni' Imppcn when Hie powerful nllieil licet UHTE lias readied the Turk capital, and is released (or dull- in llir Norlb Sea. On tin: TiRlil. 'is' theS-supiT-rlroail- nouglil, of whicb we are all talking, the tjiicen lOlizaljclh, carryinj; cipht guns, wliicb are being used NOIV j'ur Ibe firM liiue-jn naval hi.s- tory. Against llir inrill-uciuml sliells Uirown by Uiis Urilisli nionsUM' the Dnnlaliollcs forts, many nf tlii-m 01 Ccrinan construclion, equipped with Krnpp guns, are as niatcliwood. 11 is merely Ihc history of Lii-ge unit Antwerp repealing iisL-lr. THE QUEEN ELIZABETH, THE DADDY OF THEM ALL ATHENS HEARS TURKEY MAY OPEN THE DARDANELLES VOLUNTARILY DOCTOR ACQUITTED IN BLANCH YORK CASE MAR'RIAGE UNITES GREAT -POLITICAL FAMILIES London. .March 5. The union u[ two great political families la In the engage-' ment of "lion. Nell Primorfie. youngest son of Earl of and LaUy Victoria Stanley, the only daughter or the-Enri or Derb'y. [FTUPDi L mum NOT GUILIY White Slave Case at Macleod Peters Evidence to Convict Federal Politics Discussed in Alberta House-Trib- ute to Cardston. GARIEPY EXPOSES TORY ALLIANCE Xapanee. Out., March 0. K. Robinson cf Taimvortli, wuo clRdarud not sullry of murder by a jury, CH trial thren days, facing ;i cliargp of murder in ruimeciiion wkh thu death of Blanche York, a Tam- wortli girl, who, it AVHH charg- ed, dieil an allesiiJ crim- innl operation, said lo have been performed by'ilie doctor last July. The girl's body .and that of her cln'id were subse- iiuently found buried in Hie ccl- lur of the doctor's home. Crew of Goeben Manned Fort Ham.dieh, Reduced by Yes- terday's Operations DEVELOPMENTS AFFECT I1ALY VERY GREATLY London, March 3.20 Russian Black Sea fleet is steaming toward the Bosphorus, -says a dis- patch from Rome. Giaornial d'ltalia if Rome telegraphs fleet has passed Edmonton, March j Federal topics occupied the j turc today, and there was lively speaking. Opposition touchiness on broken cd by innumerable interruptions. One of the brightest and most vigorous speeches was delivered by the member Cards ton. 51 r. IVoolf started oil by asking'when the opposition ever before posed as champions oi the far- mers. Last session they bragged about represent ins the educational centres, shook hands with themselves tli.it they did not represent rural rid- ings, and sneered at Liberal as clod- hoppers. RL'Ferrmg to Uiu .seed grain distribution, Mr. Wool! said Lhe coun- try belonged Lo the people, not to the Conservative .party, ;ia one would imagine to bear some men talk. Con- servative opposition to the farmers was further evidenced bv the attack. Read to ths First Contingent on Board, Crossing to France that the Russian I Surges, Bulgaria. I Rome, March rumor that Tur- i key will voluntarily open the Dav- hlanellts tu UK- Allied fleet has gained wide-ciruulai-ion in Athens, according I to a despatch Lo the Giornalc D'- Italia. frnm its col respondent' in Lhe .Greek city. Tlic of the battle- cruiser Crorbrn, is reported to have manned the in Kort Hnmidich, -which was silenced yesterday. Ports Dardanus and Tbeinerlik also partially -destroyed, and their guns rendered incficctivc in yesterday's bombardnuJnr, which enabled the al- lied fleet, Lo advance two miles fur- ther up the channel. "It is impossible for Italy tu re- main imlifiercnt to tlie events taking (Continued on Pape Macleod, Alta., March Q three-days' trial, which was most strenuously contested at every was further evidenced bv the attack, j Ottawa, March his alage, a verdict of- "Not on on Lhe machinery bill which has prov- 'inspection oi Canadian lirst con- botb counts was returned this after-Jen a benefit to the agriculturists. tnigerit, His. .uajesty wrote to Lhe u noon in the trial of Frederick Ncidis, WILD LANDS TAX Uoons, to be read lo all units on the! who was charged with attempting to I WooU discussing Lhe wild lauds ships niter Llieir embarkation for-j procure one, Mary Jane Burrows, showed clearly where it did not Francis. The government has issued' girl under the age of sixteen years, to an'ect yle actual farmer, despite Tory the text oi Lhe farewell, which 101- leave her home in Canada and become misrepresentation. IJc charged tlic lows an inmate of a house of ill fame with-j Tory parly as shedding crocodile "Oiliccrs, non-commissioned officers In or without Canada; and, tears for the farmers, but the [arm- ami men: At tiic beginning oi Ao- that the accused did unlawfully take ers; jiavc them marked as enemies in member I hart Uie pleasure; oi wclcom- the said Mary Jane Burrows out of the disguise. Continuing, Mr. kept ing Lo the .uDiner Country this line jjossession of, and against the will of the house convulsed as he quoted contingent irum ihe Dominion oi Can- her father, under section 315 of tlic Scripture descriptions of the Tory ada, and now after Llucc months' Criminial code. i attitude, one quotation being, training 1 iiul you (Jod speed on your The cane wtib started first thing on your lips you draw nigh unto me but way to assist my army in the Held. Coming Here to See Prisoners Tuesday morning, and was heard In camera. Frederick Neidig, the accused, is :i your hearts :iru far from me." THOSE VA.T JOIIS Dealing with i-'cdcial issues Mr. ULaiMIL, WIIIL 1villing and prompt i out oUcct." They diun'i live the clever to our common I lag you have Canlstou member's castration ol Ihc famed the gratitude oi Ilic motlier- iland. restive- under Mr. WoolE's caustic cri- interrupted several limes linally appealing lo the speaker with- i rRTBufE'TO''c'ARnSTOX'S LOY-I "nV >'olir f lim' linents on the field of battle, I am Continuing, Mr. Woolf paid trilmlc 'ti'iiliilent thai you will emulate the her will. On the ev.fenihff. to the cdu'cal.ional example of your fellow coimtrynirn he accompanied the girl to -Macleod, crnmenti and was again interrupted in the .South African war, and Lhui where they registered at the Alamo Boarding House KB Air. and Mrs. Car- son of Ferule. They spent night at the House, but hiid separate rooms, and In the morning the girl wont LQ some relations Grnnuin, while Neldlg returned on the west bound trein Lo Bellevue. According to the girl's evidence, they met again at the Macleod sta- tion unexpectedly on tlic Sunday ev- ening, and proceeded enst, the girl al- leging that accused tried to Induce by Twcedic, and more than hehl his help to secure the triumphs of our anus., "'in" conclusion Mr. a lri-; "T shall follow with pride and in bute tn U'" patriotism of.the Cards- a" movements, and 1 ton district, where, in his town, pray that God may bless you, and men are. umlr.r arms, two-thirds of OVCLYOU.__________ I them former Americans, tlic hcbt an- to R. Honfirc Bennett !s .aspcr- CLAIMS OF MEMHEK LET GEORGE DO IT Geneva, via Paris. Mart-h -I. dispatch from .Munich says that Field Marshal Baron von der Goltz, who 'was seni tc ConstaiitiiJOjjJe from CJcrnuuiy ay military adviser for ihe Turkish governnuMH, haw lelo- gTRpheil to Lhe Gernian inili- lary henilquarcers asking for 50 German iirtillery officers for the defeiree of the Dardanelles. The field marshal received a reply, ihti dispaLeh stiys, alatlu.g tlmt the Germans needed uriiliery officers, and adding: "Do your Campaign Starts in Raise Your Own Vegetables is the Slogan Official Thordis Got Cap tarn a Hero GERMANS TWO FREIGHTERS London, March German.sub- marines have been sunk i.ii British wa: tcrs; according to an official announce- ment given out in London today. The text of the statement is as fbl-' lows: "The steamship Thordls hae now been examined in drydock, and injur- ies to her keel and her propeller con- evidence of Captaijv Bell.and the crew that on February 28 the ves- sel rammed, and, in all probability, sank, a German s.utmai'lne, which had fired a torpedo at her. "Yesterday afternoon the German, submarine U-8 Was sunk in the Chan- nel off Dover by destroyers; the of- ficers and men were taken prisoners." Captain Bell a Hero London, March Bell, master of the steam collier Thordis, is the hero of the hour, the Admiralty the Ycrfc shire Post. Commissioner Grace Is calling for tejiders for the use of- Victoria Park summer, as agricultural ground. IE the scheme is given a good rccep- by the citizens n campaign for the cultivation of every foot of vacant iround in.the city will be started. It is estimated by Mr. Grace that if qv- ory available fcot of i-acant ground in the city were brought under cultiva- tion and, sown to garden vegetables and potatoes, the citizens of Leth- bridse cou'id raise worth of produce this year. The letting .of the ten acres in Vic- toria Park is the result of consider- able planning on the nart of the tie- partment of. Public Works to .cope j to'cftptailr HellT- with the weed.-situation. Lnst year the city spent some S1GOO In getting rid of the noxious weeds, and this ex- pense would be entirely eliminated If the citizens'would make an effort, and cultivate their own vacant ground, A plan of the unseeded boulevards s now being made, and when it is boulevards will be 'Jet out in strips Io persons who will guar- antee lhat their strip is kept free from weeds.. This ground has been sum- merfallnwed for three years anil iliQiild be In excellent shape for the raising of garden truck. No charge will be made, the only stipulation be- ing that the strip is kept 'weedlesF. If a'.l lhe people would taKc an in- terest in this said -Mr. Grace, everyone could raise enough vegc- OTTAWA STRONG ON CREATING JOBS Ottawa, Om., March 4.7f-It came out in 'in. Ibe v Ilouae of Commons today its :three "years in office "'Jiad crettted new. Jobs, rhat ti'ma'it'diJfl dismissed 349o and left the for ether causes. For Lhe 10.- OBu leaving the service, the government appointed TO FEMES Big Patriotism and Production! Meeting in K. oflP. Hall Tomorrow Afternoon If the men under arms in Europe are to be ied, the-farmers of Canada must do their'full share.' nvestlgation bavin? been reported" to If the armies o[ the allies are; to fight' have confirmed his claim to having on full stomachs, Canada must an-. sunk a German submarine, and there- swer the call for food. -It is qn'ly- bv won prizes amounting 'to Lhcir belts taut that soldiers Tered by ihe Syren and Shipping Jom--''can of their full' lighting capac- id by 31 r. Crowle, a render oflity- The measure of victory winch the; ;boys of Canada, the Motherland and The editor oE the Syren and Ship- her allies arc to gain, will depend ng Journal received a telegram from largely on how Canada answers- tho CauLain Bell saying: "The Thordis has call for food supplies. Then there are been dry docked', and one blade" of her The thousands of people in Belgium propeller is gone and 'a keel plate I who will go hungry unless the west-' badly damaged. The Admiralty is sat-', cm fields are made to produce as-nev- cr before. More grain per acre and ,more livestock must be grown on the .farms of Alberta and the other "IJravo. Captain! Accept our heart- 'tern provinces, if the world's demand isct congratulations to yourself audi.is to be met this year, the crew for your splendid-' achieve- j It is with a view to stimulating ment" ijirorluction from a patriotic point of the 1 here tomorrow afternoon is being isfier that tlie submarine was sunk." The owners of the Thordis imve Germans Claim Two Sunk llCllUCb III Llli; kjllcUlllUI .1 J. 1 1 1 I. T, on i H. J-l, story )Tnled in the. -Norgcn -Post. ;which is equally important '.as tliu thcrs will 'tali on the. oilier discourse on tables'to keen himself and family, all Sic next winter. do not oiv'n Ilia va- JnlcIla lv will. KKil. Hit- cafilaiii, says Hie Jvor- and fiell, whilB en I'ost. "e assol .that, "lie passoli Archibald, nominioii Livestock saiciv inrougii ll.c mine-.liclds by tol- Canada's fore- (liter Uuci Inlcillimnl Ollic- cant.lots, lint if anyone lias vacant W mosl live stock experts, will talk on n [oi lliL Uninini n be in Li, h-j proiierly wliich Ilicy are willing should man admirally. j hnd L m i days to inspect the be plowed and seeded, we would be 7ilr. I'atlprson, of Mucltod, is not cljisscd riniong tlio orators, fol- lowed with a ipeccli oE the usual i detection camp here, where upwards to list it. and- assign it lo appll- -r-r w -r i detection camp ere, were upwars s o ap- Kl II I H I I 100 German, Austrian and Turk- cants who may place their apinlca- MJ I ish rcscrviits arc in bondage. Pre- lions 'willi us." Shipping records contai the. need for nn increased production ui bcci mutton, pork and dairy prp- "9 .ra.cn' ducts. Tiu conference is. to be held in i f, i JJT i -tiuna. j lie iJ- m uc uciu 111 tlon of a ship called the.Goldllight. lhe Kniffllts ol Pytbias hail on SIX IX ALL SO FAR !sticet, commencing at 2.30 in "the. her to remain over for UIQ night at calibre, tie said Premier Iiordfin bad u. crciv of the U-8 niimb'cr- Jone by'tlie p: uara't'ions are bring made lor the re-. The [irst move alouK the lines of a London, Jlarch German sub- afternoon. Scats v.'ill bo reserved for ceplion 'of uwia prisoners, and the "cultivate the vacant lots." scJieme JiQS'f marines Vcrc slues the bcgJDiiing JarJies. There will be a Dover, via London, j, work on the quarters is being now been made, mid everyone, should of the war, it was asserted at the gram under the direction of R T Lelhbridge with his people, although done more In Tour yuais than'Laurier ing 20, was 1 new quarters is being now been made, aiid everyone, sii insoners. Tlie arrival of, help In making the city'a green spot) admiralty iliis afternoon. These were Ilrj'inner. she held a ticket for Jllnot, N.D. ,liil in nilicii years. Jlr. I'ntfrrson and was takrn Conductor Dnrreau, who was in said (lit lionlni-govcriinipiit is Rivliip' iin armed escort. No further word as to the uossibil- cliarge of the Irain, was approadioil I soiithmi fannies lelicl free, a pic.cc: The U-S was Einallcr tlian the lat- ity of a visit from by NeidlK with a view tn tlio girl slay- of news the licii-lnirdrnnl fanners will On man snbmanncs, Itcr displace- sieclf has been received- Lieul.-Col. over at l.clhlindsc, nnri perinlf-'iic pleased lo hear. nicnt muler water bcinE only i onsineer, inspected tho j Hon.will hold a smoker a on ..pace 31. iCnntinucil on TOM fix I unis. I local battery today, __....._......_______ All who have nati the i andcii al Dover toilny some German army officers, arid oth- this summer, 'All It requires Is a 111-: 0-15, "sviik "by the Birmingham, Aug.; sure of attending musical recitals u to Dover castle under t-rs is expected lie effort. '9. the [J-18, rammed by a1 British '.dvcu under Mi. Urymner s dirLotion patrol boat .Nov. 23'; the, U-8, sunk of the. excellence of the enter j by drslroyeis of the Dover flotilla in faiiunent" that he and Ins choir and moker Tonight The ,St.' John's Amhulancc assocja- fbe English Channel o.H' Dover, and soloists can provide, .and frptu on.will hold.a smoker at St. .Mary's three other iden- the Herald learns lhe musical ihall tonight. Ilitv-has not been cstaulished. hers will be worth hearing. J ,r ;