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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - March 6, 1916, Lethbridge, Alberta VOLUME IX. LE'l'HimiDGE, ALBEUTA. MONDAY. MARCH (i, NUMBER 72 CHOLERA IN AUSTRIA nniiovii. via I'iiiIh, AhircU li. --liil'oiiiialloii hnt> lioiin rcLTlv- toil".;, ii^^rrcil upuM iin;ifli.inii'?it,:ir,'.' p.'Kiliim 'vii'.'rc 'hi'. .�MliiihiisiI'mi(jii : :.i'|i I's 'ir � i iiii;ii;'.-iii llii-. I iih Uill l;.. lie lOfi FLUMMERFELT LOSES VIctoriu. li. C March 'i.--l)y a ma- i Jorlty of 28117 votes, II. C. Ilrcw.stiM, 1 Liboral ciiiKtidalu In Sanirday's hj i^- j cOcclion, lor r;>io priiviiiclal lngi.sla- : tiirc, was eloctoil ovor Hon. A. ('. lin I, Lower Assessment Means; Higher Rate-Likely i to be 33 P Tapper Won'' Lead New Party ', VtiiU'.oiivi^i. ii. ('., M;v( li >;ili - ;>ii'I I C'liarli-.^ llihliiTi 'I'uijpiir, inK.Tvir'.viMl , "f* , lodiiy. .said hi: had iiii amliiUdii in h-ad ''.^ ' l.hc new lii(U;]j('n(h;nt."('f)n:*f'rva)ivo � parly in Uriliidi (Vdiniibiu and would IM)( ronsidi'r il. Wlii-ii v"'iri-(l Ironi 'liiililics sonii' ,M!ar.' a(.;o, hn mtondt.-d I lu do Ko lor Kood. 11" he i vi-r i-lriiinOH jlhat dfj'isioji il will In; to rc-ont-'i' tho ! fi'di'ral arena, hf .iiiid. CHARGED WITH GRAFT; DEAD Swill Curri'iil. Mask,. .Marcli '>.-.loliii i''. Lindsay, who was arrosU'd a I'-a da.\s in (�onni;;'t.ii)n witli ilic liigliway dopiirl nii'iii alli'PiMl I'rands, and who w.ii- rolisisi'd on hail. dropp new (Inure was not received | witli a ver\ great deal of eiilhuKiasiii. ' However, tlii.'re is a lot of pariim still io be done, and ii is pretty safe to assume that the rate this year will i a hearty reception, beinj; lan Khoulder high by enthusiastic friends nlong Broad Street. li,^||iior he niindi, if nnv higher, iliaii in I'.nr.. while the a.-sessiiient is reduced ja cou]ile of iniliions. lu an address listened lo by MiOfi � '"'K'"''-'*' ""''''"^ morning; jieoplp, ho said the result spelled vie- ; tory at the coiuing geneial elections j aiul the ilooiu of the "inaitliine." .M. A. MacDonald, .M.l'.l'., also spoke. The member-elect will be In-troducotl to the legislature on .Mon-duy. . Clomnienting on llie result, Hon. W. J. Bowser said: "ft is the fortune of "war. It will make no dilTerence wlial-over wifli the carrying out of the pro-grain laid down in the stieech from the'throne. Tlie measures necesstiry lor that purpose will he introduced as soon, as possible and passed into law if the lionsi- agrees to Ihein. ua 1 Imvo do doubt it will. The' iieiiliie BGem to think they needed an opposition in the houso, and now that tliey have one 1 can assure them that 1 ; will place no obstacle in the way. ' but on tlie contrary, will ),rant every I facility for such investigations as .Mr. Brewster and his friends may desire [ to uiuke." Will Resign Hon. A. C. Flumerfelt will on Monday resign as minister of finance. The portfolio will be (aken by anolher minister until thi! general election, lion. \V. ('. Ross probably will ac^ as fur the exiieriTHturp estimated in tin ((riM;i:ii o.v Pahi-; o) MPMEFOR Berlin, March A.-The admirnlty ar.nonnccs that l!ie cruisor Mocwe hr.i enterc:! a Ocrirr.n port with prisoners of and S1,00,000 marks in gold. Cruiser's Adveiitur.-; Amsterdaiu, via l.cndon. .Man h 0.- I The lierliii newspapers de.lare the I .Moewe's adventure lo l-.'.'.ve been one �of til'.' KVi'ni "Vents ui' lli(.. \Ouv and ' urge the .governmcit to permit other I :i)iipi; to go out on similuv missions ;froni Kiel. The Lokal .Auzel.cer, says !"\\"e are dei/ply proud of the Moewe. I Her daring has written her glorious I name In every German heart." I The Vos;;is(,'he Zeitung say;.: "Til:.' .Mop.we proves to England that iJer-many is unconquc:able at sea." The i*crliner TageMatl say;; "The .\loe\ve';; return shov.-;; I'lat the Kni-ileii spirit ev'er live;-, in llie Gornian navy, i Her co:-ur.n.ndav ar.d erov,- ;;rr' :iiir(; of llie ctern;il j^'atitudT of (Jcv-many." way act. which vvas rushed thiough | the CommoiiB and .Senate ia.-t v.'eek. � aid v.-!)ii;h is rtesiiciied to fa'-!;t;,t,. ; .-!iip:uer:.;i of wheal from ��;mi,c(.sted (li:;liict!i of the we;,;, the board ot j railway commisBion.;r.-i today issued ^ judgment dealing with the situation in | the GooE-n lake dii-.trict. Sask.. where ' ; condition;! are worse than c;lsewheriv \ I'lider the terms o; this judgment the j ('. .N. It., is ordered u; iiri/vide lliOu j lars and ^iR additional locomotives l\)r i i;i!T:!ediate movement of the grain in j thi.i di:-tricf either lu the government i terniinal einviitor at Saskatoon oi' j transfer tracks at that point wliere ed- -Damage Small-Several Counfies Visited London, March 6.-Twelve persons were killed and thirty injured in last night's Zeppelin raid. Three Zeppelins took part in the attack. This information was given out officially today. Official Statement The statement follows: '"The number of Zeppelins it is to be taken over bv the G.T.P. I tool: part in Sunday night's for carriage eastward. The C. X. R. i"0"' li'ilieved to have h(;en three. wliiidi raid is i'i ordered lo maintain this additional equipniout on the line serving the Goose lake district until the condition \y, relieved. Judgment leaves it to two raihvays concerned to agree to ' proportional riite for the carriage of gi:alii. i II is expected that an additional i order will be issued affecting other dlHtricts ill the west, where there is a!iy sign oi" continued congestion. V, W. C. A. Worker Tells \Nhal is Being Done to Protect Girls ".\fter crossing the coasi, the aircraft took various courses, and from the devious nature of their Might apparently were uncertain as to their hearing;?. The area visited included Yorkshire, Lincolnshire, Rutland. .Norfolk, Huntingdon, Cambridgeshire, Essex and Kent. "As tar as is known about 10 bombs were dropped altogether. The casualties, so far as ascertained, amount lo: Killed, :i men. -i women and .j children: injured 3.';. Vlakes Lenten Appeal to Bel Sett igerents to Their Differences French Have Repulsed Al. Attacks-No Further Gains Made HUN DEAD IN HEAPS Rome, via f^aris, March 0.-Pope Benedict lias again raised his voice for peace. In a special letter written for the Lenten season, the Pontiff i Qxp^Qt^d says he cannot sit silent indifferent to the terrlbli! conllict which is rending Europe. He recalls all that he bus done to induce'the contending nations to lay down their arms, virtuullv throwing himsidf between the belligerents and conjuring them in the name of the Aliuighty lo desist in their Iilan of mutual destruction. The I'on-tiff again sets forth the proposal wliich he made some months ago, as follows: "Each belligerent should clearly state his desires but should be ready to make necessary sacrifices ot pride Paris. ^larch C.-Yesterday was a, good day for the French at Verdun, according to Information received this morning, and public confidence is greatly strengthened by the news of file continued repulses of German attacks, in military and political circles lively satisfaction Is expressed regarding the situation and opinion now begins to prevail that the great effort of the Germans will be moro easily disposed ot than was at flTBl No Infantry Fighting Paris, March fi.-There was no infantry lighting north of Verdun Sunday night, tile war office announced, this morning. Many Shells Used Paris, -March 6.-French officials who took in the battle of Verdun estimate that during the first four days of the struggle the Gerinans dls-charged ^,000,000 shells, most of them heavy calibers. The number of projectiles fired by the French probably was as great. .Vothing like such an finance minister. REBEL WAR rLAG RETURNED New Orleans, March 4.- A lonfed-erate flag, taken from the city hull in 1S6S, by troops tinder General Benjamin F. Butler, was returned today by Frank I-,eiberilcli, election cominlssimi- .Mrs. Hiirrington-Hani. Honiiuion su-iierinleudout of immigration for the V. W. C. A., in her address In Wesle.v hall last evening slated site had Just reiurncd from tlie Hrilisli Isles, and from what she saw of the advertising Canada is getting, both in the Hritisli Isles and in the ccnintrlcs of tile allies, siie predicts a very heavy tide of iiniuigratiun after tlie war. She said that in the trenches, tlie hospitals, and trtiins the soldiers are everywhere talking (.Canada. .Mrs. I'tirrlngton-Ham Is on a tour, The material damage was: Twoilastin terrace liouses i)ractically destroyed, one olllce. one public house, cafe and several shops partially destroyed." and particular, interests, thus ending expenditure ot munitions has been file mon;U.rou;i conflict in accordance knowu before, even in the Champagne with justice and re-ostabliahlng peace attack. The whole theory of opern-advanlageous to neither side, but pro- tioas was to pulverize the detencea I lilahle to all, and therefore a just and , at long range, drive out or kill the liieliniond, Va.. .\;;;rcli il.-The lower branch of the V'irginia j.,oaeral assembly Satiird;iy ninlit passed a statewide proliiiiition iiiil s.'i to ;"i. The bill has passed the senalo. One ipuirt of month for each person is llalifa.x. .\. S., .March 1).-ilalil'ax and the Atlantic coast were swept by ione of the wors! blizzards in years on ISiu.iirday. I'cnisiderable daui;;Ke was liione on the llalifa.x water front and wiiiskey the limit iiiaced by the bill on im-; (he xuva Scoiia coast. The schooner portatinns of intoxicants from other | Kel'crni went as^iore inside of a reef states. The law will come into op er of Boston. A letter expressing the i �1' ? *->, ? : ?� > ? ? '> ; 1 tired to the Raymond oUwrge .iU' liSSS 1 � ^ and in litO" his death took place. No more faithful worker in tho history of tho Preshytorlau church in the west has boon knowu than the late Rev, Mr. McKillop. Shortly attor Rev. Mr. McKillop's arrival a Sunday school was oi'.^ai^ Ized under the superintendence of J. D, HIginbotham. Rov, Mr. McKillop was succeeded by Rev. A. M. Gordon,' who left four years ago, and is now at tho front with an eastern regiment as chaplain, Rov. A. Ct. Cameron was the next pastor and remained until the arrival ot Rev. Mr. Denoon, tho present pastor,' last year. Rov. Mr. Denoou has lu every way proved as worthy and lUustrouB. ait encumbent of tho pastorate ua hlsprei docessors, and thevtiongreBationi.jmr continued to grow in jnumbers uivaita,;: Influence under his guidance, ' ., (Continued on Page''aj] 52 46 ;