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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - March 6, 1915, Lethbridge, Alberta May wheat.............. 142% May May VOLUME VIII. LETHBRIDGE, SATURDAY. MARCH (i, 1915 NUiHHEU 72 WIN A TRENCH SWEEPING THE DARDANELLES SPRING ATTACK COMING ALLIES ARE ALL-READY NARROWS FOR AN ADVANCE Hon.CR.Mitchell Silences Opposition Critics-Time for Cheaper Money Not While War Grips Mark- ets of Europe London, March cable received Thc Miuiii.ilifinl Mptiuiisiu wilh It mornini; that tlic Can- which', 1'rnin the trend of tin: adiiins, after a desperatu resistance in (In: London newspapers from fiieiiM', Germans today, DJC gigunlii- .slrug- from a position early this is in (Jri-ut Urilain, week. The: Canadians lost, one killed. France anil U-ussia, can be aL'.rilmi- Tlim1 is no confirmation of Diis. ted largely the mnnrkiihlc rccup- Tlit: engagement referred Lo in tin: iN-'fitive powers by the Uoops above fable is probably tin; Kami: as of Kmpcror Nicholas. Tin-si-, soldiers, that reported yesterday in a cable hi spill- or Uic firm- Mows m the- nii from l'n f is slalc-l tliul llio Cinnnnn army under von HimlcnlMirg. Canadians on .March 3 made a bold hnvc limi ai'ilr, m.1 only to brinp straits says I attack on a (irnnan inllicting Teutonic progress u> a standstill, but Uialh the whole fronl until at the l.imc :il IraM it is admitted lin, ihc lifihlinv: has moved very near to the past Prussian fron- Warships Chanak and Shell Forts Further UD the Straits The of d and one wounded. id of ?hc Hist week war, ami the first nf licUrr wea- Ihcj: conditions after a hard winter, iind Ilif: allied armies in tin-, western: theatre, unarms readiness for tluu conferled onslaught on Ihc (Jermans in the prcpnral.ion of which (Sen. Jof- frc and Kicld .Marshall Sir John iuivc been doing so nii'icli i spade during the last lour Kroni Uio w.'i lhrough I IIP dunes of Kdmonlon, Alia., March Flanders, Lo Anas in France the. first week ot" the debate British armies appear tu i the address ended today 'without a have wilii.slooH successfully all tin: attempts oi Ihc Germans to break llmnigli their lines while from Arras Earl of Cadogan Dec d: Once Lord Lieut, of Ireland Paris, March 6, 4.25 Dar- danelles now have been cleared of mines aB far as Chan.ik Kalesi, about third of the distance through the Tenedos dispatch to the Petit Parisian, dated Marcli 5. The mine workers are workina under thc Her- Which are kecpinn up a steady bom- bardment of thc forts on the Euro- pean side. Germans Deny ThordiE' Claim Rotterdam, .March crew of the steamer Thordis will bo interes- ted lo hear that, according ID German papers, their ship was sunk by a snb- marine, a.nd not vice Many Claim Reward London, 3inrcli Daily Chron- icle says that the reward lor tin; first merchant vessel s'jiiiriiii: a (JenJian submarine is Dot' duly bein? claimed liy thc Thordis ami tin? Alston, but by il tra'wlcr as A fishing trawler of North Shield Loiidun, .Marcli p. m. eerlous attack or tiny kind on the sov. utlempls oi the Germans to break ('.nini.'in Fifth F-.H m eminent, not evcjn a siifjt'estion of a llmnigli their lines while from Arras ilLur> I'iftli barl oi charge of maladministration or wnnm- to HIP, snow-topped ridges of the Vos- Cadogan, died here today at the fill expenditure being -made. iluv. Res. tlic Kit'iit'li continue to win sJoir- of 75 years, lie one ol tint ivcal- locks of North Calgary frankly admit- ly forward. Thisls especially true in tliiest London ground landlords und led that there wns little lo I ho Champagne'district, although thc a great entertainer of royaltv. Thrr.n claims to have sunk a Gorman sub- Debate Over Wednesday skilful German commanders exact heirs to the liLle died during his life. marine on February :tt, but it is under- Hon. Mr. Mitchell had Hie floor at heavily for every step gained. Here Kail Uadogaii was Lord Lieutenant LIlat slie tlocs six o'clock. The debute will likely ihc French hope their chorts soon of Ireland from 1805 lo 1902. Me Hie category of vessels qualifyui last until .will result in frcftiiia; the city of also hail been Lord oi the Privy Real, the Itev. Mi-. HJ'ilodcs resuming hn ad- I'eims from (lie shells of tlie (icunan under-secret an- ol war and inernhcr. ('aplain of the sitamer Alston tlrcss expressed his plRusurn at Hie howitzer.s. I of parHnmcnt'for Bath. Bays he sank one in the channel last I Saturday. Alberta Mayors Wait on Cabinet-Salaries of Po- lice Magistrate Will Also be Paid by the Govern- ment in the Future liciiso meeting ai this season; it irojilrf uci'iuil-inori; iiicdiiigs of Ihe public accounts cniumittuc. This committee should investigate the rail- (jua ran tens which have sunk Hie province in dohi of tweuty-tivo uiil- Jious.he said. "Ho far [he Opposition liad Mule to a remark which evoked gove'rnmeiit applause. Tlie Calgary member spoke exactly seven mimiies. The afternoon previous, Jlr. JMllockg. In the coiiimencement oC bis address, spoke strongly in favor of prohibition and 'woman suffrage. He wasn't afraid of the "demond liquor traffic" or any-' .other influence in March attack of North Calgary. a German submarine, silent, unher- S. G. Toll in, Leduc, followed, dcalins aided and unexpected upon n big iner- ivitli iiatnraJ resources ajjd olJier (jues- chant ship thin no was i BaId..tho.goTernmenLiiiustJIlL.SBCii thc bridge ot the-Dutch Map showing progress of Allied Ileet in Dardanelles up to .March "nil. It will be notk-ed that the fortresses of Kilid Uahr and Chanak Kulessi. which have yince IJCLMI reduced, are nl the narrowest part of ihc straits. The Turkish ileet. was lying in ttie roads of Nagra, Ibeat it for the iratei ol" Marmora when tlie Allied lleei cauic- within .six miles ot" Its hiding plnee. yesterday's dispatches (old (liat the- Russian Black Sen fleet tvas for hurrying to the Straits ol llosphorus, so the Sultan's Ileet is in for a drubbing in the near future, no mailer whicli way it turns. An important development of Hie past few days is the bombardment by an Allied fleet in the Gulf of Saros. If successrul this will cut off llio whole peninsula and men guarding it from land communication with Constantinople. GRAPHIC STORY TELLS HOW HUN WASPS WORK Eye-Witness Tells of Submarine Attack on Unknown Ship in the North Sea Austrian Given Two Years in Jail; Revolting Crime Do well, conducted when the Opposi- tion hnvet-nathlng to ''Lerby Hudson, Wainwrlghl, TbuiM fault.with, the Public depart- ment, asserting llmt road overseers liner Ilyndam in the..Ndrtir Sea about iverc dlscoiirteotie in not answering letters. D'ea'iing n-illf foreshadowed retrenchments he [eared it would lie at the exiieiiGt1 of opposition ridings. Big Coal Watte Mr. Cote, Grouard, said -Alberta had the greatest mining resources in Ca- nada, ha ring a larger coal resatirnc than all the rest of thc country. Me regretted reduced production, and said a market miiaL be created. lie ulso Bald there must he vast improvement in the methods of mining, thousands of tons of liijiiile fieing wasted an- uimlfy. ifr. Cote, who is a mining en- gineer, dilnted al length on the pos- sibilities or manufacturing, showing tile large number of by-products con- tained in coal. Mr. Coie said-it wau little wonder -Mr. Bordcn wus so re- luctant lo hand over the resources, lie said the Dominion government should take more Interest in coal mining. Our "Bob" Campbell 11. fa. Campbell, jioclcy who followed, discussed the Wetaski- Win by-election, and lie, having- wllcn Ed" for the Tory candidate, made feol-j Ing reference ly the "horde" of Grit which invaded thc riding. Praises Technical Schools He warmly pnu'sed Hou. BoyJe thc success attending the establish- ment of technical schools In the Crow's Nest Pahs. He condemned IJie Importation or.British Columbia tim- ber for bridges, aud, proceeding, con- lemned the emphaaie placed on farm- ers. There art others. Why single out farmers Tor special legislation? Branching to Federal politics, he ad- .rocaleri holier tariff on coal and aald -the rallwnyB should be made to use CanndIan coal Hon. C. R. Mitchell Hon. C. R. Mitchell, al'ter a brier re- ference-.lo the character of the de- bate' Htatod. hla pleasure at the Iranlt- uesfi of the member for North Calgary In stating his position on certain 1m- portent (jueatlona wherein he ditfereu [rora bis leader. Replying- to criticism df the "emptiness" of bleu tenant- novernor'a speech, he salrt that It BK replete as that given Ht Ottawa, or In other provinces, and wag quite snif- iblc conditions. No Time for NBW Policies March vith attcmptini; to have carnal knowledge E'fl_yn.dcc the. age_ oi fourtecn. j-cars, Wasyl Uanulok, an Austrian iltiiisli constM ol Hillcrcst, was found guilty according to'U.ipt. Van Der lluevel, j the sentenced to tiro oi the Uyndam, which reached m lhe Penitentiary, today irom Rotterdam. The accused man is some fifty years' oi age aud has a wife and six chil- dren in Austria, while the girl he was charged wilh assaulting is eleven and Few Sailings from New York 1 New York, N.Y., March sive of toduy'g depsnures, no llritish i or neutral oceau llner.s will sai'l Troin j this port for Great Britain for eleven days, shipping men say. noiinini; oui I that the list of coining sailings indicat- I ed that for the first rime in lliirty ycnra, according to ilmir available re- cords, a week would pass without a sailing for England. Strikes at Liv- erpool, and the action ot the British Admiralty in pressing steamships into service a a transports, is responsible for this condition, they declared. The first savings after today will be March 17, when the White Star lin- er Arabic is to leave for list-jttibn's. The attack occurred Feb. 2J, -and the stricken vessel was slowly sti- lling to the bottom as the Rynda.ni sluauiL-d awny. "We heard- a nuiflicd said the Kyndain's captain, "nnd when we looked a, great white cloud of steam and smoke was rising irom !L jj0 (ho ship and slowly spreading over thc. sea. Tin; stcamet had been struck amidsln'p. We stopped and prepared to lower our life boats. they, swung out to thc davits saw Iho niej'fhanlnian lowcr.hcu boats and some of her crew so over the I "Then came the vessel's wireless rails for help. In tun minutes or thereabouts, a British destroyer s teamed alongside, and began search- ing rapidly for submarine. The clcfctrojci signalled .that no assistance was needed and advised us to proceed on our way cautiously. This we did. 'The merchantman apparently was saw licr." liali ycacs oi age. The evidence given in the case was Knight Ranch Will Operate on Larger Scale Raymond KnjghL ia not moving his ranching interests to northern Al- lieria, as a persistent rumor -would lead the man on tlic street to believe. On the contrary, he, as well as I lie Knight Sugar company, is planning to enlarge his ranching interests in Iliis portion oj Dm'country.'Although the Knight Sugar company isjnoving its sugar factory across thc line, their cattle, and other ranching inlet- ftsts will remain iu southern Alberta, neai R.ayinond and their operations nlong thtisc linc.s will he ,on a larger scale Ehan ever, an mierviciv with said that hiK individual cattle and ranching business would remain it is. lie is moving his sheep bands to the open country near l-loyumin- oE a most revolting nature, and iiiau accused if he had been young man lie ivotild Jiaro ordeicd in addition to the sen- lencc. IV. JI. Camplmll. K.C., appeared ioi the Crown aud L. Putnam for the defrncc. THIRTY MINERS ENTOMBED SINCE TUESDAY RESCUED Cut in Police Force Hoisted for While Yet ALL DIPLOMATS LEAVE MEXICO CITY v Wusblnglon, D.C., 31 arch The foreign diplomatic corps in -Mexico'City has decided to leave in a body. Dispatches telling of the de- cision 'were received here to- day by European diplomatists and forwarded to their home governments. 1 -t- a meeting of. the police commis- sion yesterday, the of rrdui> "hg the-police "force -was again laid over until the next inccting. Tt evident from Uin tliat the commission had not yeC "felt the IJulso. of the people" sufficiently to warrant 'them in taking" any drastic i Rclion. It ivas Hie opinion of Judge Jackson that "the city's bankers should be interviewed on the matter. Mayor Hardic, Canon McMillen, and Chief Skclton were present. Death Roll of Layland Mine is Placed at I70-Bodies Taken Out, 78 HEART WRECKERS Chicago, 111.. March should be less frequent this year. Lake Shore denn tan tes have organized a life-savings corps. S. S. LA TOURAINE AFIRE AT SEA Bound From New York to Steamers Rushing in Reply to Her S.O.S. Ammunition Aboard NO ror N.w Pelicle. wft open migc ls avall_ This s not a time for nev poJicjca .Mfl hc win {ml IICJCL mucli ns for colling a halt to 1m- -t 'hul Lhis ig iu ordcr lo prove what has been dono in the past, [v'c llis IIlorc in lllB ind fuljust conditions lo altered cumstflncee HS n rcsa'it of the war. lie lustlfled the discussion of Federal af- fairs, so Ions as grievances or lietwecp Federal aarf Provlii-. be l governmonts, and so lone would It' impossible to eliminate Fftdnral b" give liis more rang south. The. sheep will be moved uarly in the summer, Thc Sugar company has some 000 acres oi land in southern Albcv- and ML. Knight lias largo indivi- from the dlscusalone. Daal- l.Mg with a charge oE "policy Mr. Jlitcheli said that go mo or thc best legislation did not emanate from the government or opposition, n.nj, from the U.F.A.. rural municipal con- rentlons and othor bodice. Thc of policy la not-lhe ijuesllon. u Is whether, a government IB b'road en- oiiBb to accept Rood ideas ami liicm inlo legislation. On 1'afie LLOYD GEORGE DISCUSS DOMINION FINANCE MATTERS. London, -March financial po- sition, as IL affects the Dn- inlnions, 'will be discussed shortly at a conference convened fav tlic Chancel- lor cf (he Exchequer, Mr. Lloyd Occrse, who will meet the1 IllRh Com- missioners Tind Aiients-Gcn.eral trom the varfqua colonies. Ifinton, VH.T March Thirty ere found alive -today in the LayJancI mine of tlie Xew River 'ahtl: Las.C'oal Go., where-they had been entombed since Vast Tuesday, when a gas explosion wrecked one miuc and serious- ly damaged others. About 170 men, as far as could be checked up were thought to have lost their lives, aud thus far 78 dead bodies taken out. Idilinonlon. Alia.. .March deputation cE mayors of Al- berta cilies interviewed the govern- ment this morning re license fees, and were promised ihat the province would pay salaries uf police magjg- tlnougliout the province, salar-. ies ot" staffs of magistrates' offices, and a. promise that a more eciual div- isicn ot police court 1'ees won'id be considered. The deputation lokl I bat there was no hope of revenues from liiniov and other licenses being returned di- rect to municipalities. Tho question of non-payment of auto fees for motor driven fire apparatus will be deal I ivitlt by the provincial .secretary. Premier SIflon was the spokesman, ihe other ministers present bein? .Messrs. and Cross. The delegation was composed oC Messrs. Costcllo, Calgary: Kawtiiorns, Medicine Hat; Hcid, Lcthbridce; Hen- ry, lionn and Mdvatt, Edmonton. UNLUCKY New York. N.Y., MCiidc claims to be the unlncltiesL ninn in New York. Me IIILB only, oae arm. As he was crossing H road way, air automobile struck it. STORK Xe'w York, TURNS SUFF, 31 arch stork has gone over to the.suffragette Full Fledged Count Sojournis Here A full-fledged German Count, decor- ated with monocle, cane, and upturned, war points, the only real live specimen German nobility in cap- tivity in Canada, is one of the "latest arrivals at Fort McNicol, where the prisoners of war garnered in since tne declaration of hostilities abide In and plenty- the Judg- ment day. Five German army officers, includ- ing the were received at the detention camp yesterday, having been brought down by the Mounted Police from CaJgary. Major Stewart', refused to divulge the names of tlie captives, owing to their former "social' lint it. is understood that.' some of ill em were of the Hussar colony. 1 General Sir William Otter, chief in- ternment-officer for the Dominion, .IE _......... The Ions laggard bird left expected in the city next week, Laf- tliroe baby girls with .Miss Delva Co'ii- est advices say that Major-Genernl way at Bt'.lcvue hospital. Steele 'ivl'il not visit hetbbridge. Young trained nurses oC tlic staff of the Frcnch'Hosp in New ,ork photographed on' Hie when they sailed from New York for duly iit the Reid liospltalB behind the flrins linc'in Krancc: London, March steamthlp La Toyrainc is afire at latitude 43.06 north and longitude 20.14 ac- cording to a wireless receiv- ed here. Five gone to the aniitance of the La Touralnt, the message said. received by Lloyd'i ffcm '-he fitciticn at Valentia, Ireland. In addi- tion to giving thc noiition of tho ua Touraine. it caid that thc Rotterdam, Swanmorc. Corniihmsn, Arabic and others were nolng to her assistance. cd from. New. York, February 27, for cued frcm the Uranium liner Volturno, Il.-.vro. The position given in the mes-; which burned at sea with loss of BBgc Js flpproAJmstcIy 1200 miles west 122 Captain Cauesln was one of from her port of destination. Amonp the fir's I commanders'of the rescue the passengers ai'e five doctors and (steamer's to ton nurses en their to France, to be attached to liio ne-v war hoapital r.Mht Chatcp.-j GO Pr-ssy, near Lens. La Touralne, a steamer of S420 tons. unVier the command of Captain Cans- sln, 13 one of Ihe oldor tvans-A.tlantie liners, hRvinp.ljeen built In 1SD1. Slnca she launcheri. La Tour- Salvation Army's Canadian Leader to be Here Monday On .Monday next Commissioner (Ircn aitcr a loiifi futlpugli Richards, ihe comnuuidPr of-the Sal- vat.on Army's forces in Canada, yen- tlUVl'I" maS streets foundl-nnd and Alaska will UP in the Knox wlierc ivt 8 o'clock a city. Connnissioneu Richards is the jjrcat punlic meeting will he held at judicial who lias been appointed to 'n'hich' Coniniissioner Uichartls will dc- 1 succeed the late Commissionei: Rces, bv whose loss with a large'number of i-ijB "worship Mayor D. L. "llardic j officers of tlie Army in the Empress .supported b-- Commissioners Grace i of Ireland1' disaster last May wa.s and Rm'd, Uev. G. U. Cobbledick, finch ;i great blow to the-Army. Rev. A. II. Donoon, Hcv. David Hosg, 'I'he Canadian tiah'utionists are Dr. S. Stewart, R. X. Higiriuotli- themselves on the am, Dr. Lovering, S. Jackson, and a appointment, ot ('oiiimi.ssioncL' Rich- number ol other prominent citizens. J.'injs, ds in (iddiiion to Jiis great re- Thc -Connnissioner 'is accompanied puiaiion assail and an 1m- by Lieut.-Colonel Turner, the prop- iinni; Jeariei, he has won a'gtcat ie- cr.lv secielary oi tho Salvation Army putaiion as a speaker, and is consiuV iu Canada who. it-will-be remember-, creel one1 the most; fluent of. Army til, conducted tlic opening services oi leaders. IU: has served In .liis. present 'Ihe.Citadel two years ago, and Lieut.- ca.imc.ty holli in yqiith Africa and Colonel riargravc, who is in charge Aew in whicli" places: "the of the yoimi; people's and work lias hy great strides candidates' departments. Capt. Tiitte during .Iny cncitetic cominand. commanding ofllCL-r of the Leth- A vrry [nil has been ar- bridc.c corps, lormerly worked under ranged jov li.ii visit here, Captain thc "dire't'on of notli t'esc officers TullB and his people being .rtctcrmin- in their roapcctivc departmenls. Ma- cd to ict the UommisslomT sec' that JOE Hay, the Divisional Commander Lcfchbririgc is mean Tlic ot the Alberta Division, ami Captnjn Cominisiiioner and liis party will be Parker, the Commissioner's private met at tb'e station at 1.50 p. m.1 by secretary will also .lie present, a miniber of Salvationists, and will Commissioner Richards is being en-. uc taken around to sec the chiri tertained at Ihe home of Mayor W. to aid in the points of interest in automobiles. A't D. L- Hardle, Lieut.-Colonel reseue work. The captain and crew 3.30 a reception is-to be given in grave at 3Ir. J. D. Higinbothaiin's, decorated, with medals for their honor of" ihc Commissioner at the and Meut.-Col. Turner at Mr. '5 bravery on this occasion. i Alexandra hotel hy the Mayor and.Hodgson's, Major Hay at Captain It was tlss captflln of La Touralne City Commissioners. This n'ill be Tntle's 'new quarters on b. La 1'ouraine, earned Cho Ifrfated Titanic cf thc nine has played an interesting part In the history of ocean travel. She ar- rived' in .York on October 2S. Tlic French liner La Touralne .sal.l- 19ZiJ. VltU uersons whlcli preaencp of Ireberga in her course. Much Ammunition Aboard lowed oy a banquet given by the sis- street, anrt Captain Hartcc will. Icrs or ihs local corps of the; _. _ K. N. Higinhdjthaih.' lionisls at which nn'taddrcss will bc'l f All" who ininnd and a talilct uavci'.cd in l-lit1 .PfCTbyttrian New ..March j'auditorium of Ihc Citadel in mpnwiy" .cliurch. urgcrtjo be early Ln Touralne when she sailed las) lale MIS. limit- unlay were cases of partridges, I cr of Indlii, who wtrft loRt in the intended Tor use in the European war. "Impress" disaster with their chil- in their scaffl aK a crowd is.ix-: mid ticUts are bclnfi or'seals _" ;