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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 13, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta K. ALlMillTA.TlJKSIUY, MAhClI 13, 1017 SUOES ATTENDS MARKETING CANADA'S VICTORY LOAN Victory Doing- Rapidly Taken Hig Siihscfiplions SUHSCRIPTIONS AHOUT Ottawa, Mar.. Mon- day'i list oi Buhacrlptlona far from being here are that the Initial day of Canada's victory a new rec- ord in war loan Jiubicriplions. Much more money mbscrlbed on the opening day than In the case ot either.of the other loans. It will be several.days before sub- crlpllons made at more distant points are at the capital, bui telegraph a'dvices. Indicate that apart from smaller suBEcrlp- t'oris, big corporations and" finan- cial Institutions subscribed ap- 1 p'roxlmalely forty million dollars yesterday. As In the case of the two previous loans small subscrih era will firsl consider atloh, and then subscriptions will tii allotted in full by the depart- ment. J. J. McLELLAN ncclcctcd neevo of Eureka Muni clpallly. and French Con- Make Further Gains via London, Jlarch 13. LATK COUNT HIS INVENTION Premier Hordcn Told by Mill tiny Leaders They Are Among The Ucsl SPIRIT OF TUB HOYS IS UNCONQIII5KAHLE Lon.lon, March nobcrt nor- deu.ispeaklng to Ihc Canadian Associ- Press loday of his experiences at the'front, said he found Ihe spirit, physique and training of the Canadian forces all lhat could lc desired. He was very proud lo learn that In the fighting which resulted In such splen- did galna during recent months, the. Canadians look their full share and b'ore themselves worthily. The Ca- nadian ministers visiting a portion ol Ihc ground won in tlic last few weeks were greatly Impressed by achieve menl of the empire's forces In caplur Ing positions whicll the enemy cvl dcntly regarded as Impregnable. Si llobert said that probably ihc IJrilish In capturing such posilimm ncr-nm-. [ilisbcd .what was Impossible, a year' ago.- The ministers visited Uriiith headquarters, and were cordially, re- ceived by Sir Douglas Half, who af- forded them every facility to realize u-hal had been accomplished in the ARE PRISONERS Montreal. Mar. Inforraa- v lion received froni Liverpool marine engineers' association, the Gazelle's London corres- pondent cabloa, IB to the effect -j that the engineers of Ihe steamers Gcorgic and Mount f Templo (C.P.rt) sunk hy the German raiders two monlhB ago, are prisoners -at Krlegs- gefangcn Lager, at Neushelitz. Orders Issued By Brotherhoods. Calling First Walk-oul for Saturday Night EVERY ROAD IN THE COUNTRY AFFECTED, ZEPP INVENTOR DEAD Count Zeppelin Is officially report- ed dead from pneumonia and grief over the failure of his invention to bring Ibe Fatherland recent operations. They also had the Applications for Hie now Dominion war office announced .'German Well-Known Farmer Suffered Internal Injuries from Which He Did Not Recover Moose Jaw, Mnrdi Ernest Schnell died in the city hospital late Saturday night, the second victim of tho Chaplin train wreck, whicll look place Thursday morning last. Ho wos one of Ihosc In tho caboose whicll was split by the engine ol iho following train. His arm was so severely crush cd in-the accident lhat it was ncces sary lo amputate It on Hie way to the city. Oilier Injuries to head and.leg anil probaule. internal injuries result- ed in Ills dcoXh after several rallies in appeared at limes that he would recover. Schnell was a farmer and stockman ot Iho Clarcsliolni, Alia., district. lie was 32 years of ago nnd single. Tlio young man's father was notified at tho Hundreds Soldiers Imprisoned Helpless in Riots- Turn Hose on Them mseram, va disturbances among German delachmc'ilt iliempled lo ad- vance ori the Coury'road vas checked. Another futile attempt was made near Ecsulp.e Cblvi, two German attacks on Hill 185 and.on Louvemonl work on front were countered easily. -The French took 150 prison- ers During Hie night'the Germans French "People not wail too long.1'.said one bank manager..'.1! don't think'the loan is'going to last long." Another- manager Staled that some of the Wks hid hecn instructed lo loan money'for ihe .purchase ot ,war liomls on.a Ich per cent', margin. This is being done lo help out the govern inent.; l.clhbridsc subscribed well over to the loan, and though this Is not as good a season of IheJ year for investments of Ibis kind iii Lcllioridse, It would appear us'if the S100.000 mark would be reached this.lime.. Spskaloon Sontributfons Saskatoon.' Sa'sk., Mar. 12. Ten thousand dollars o'f-lhe new war Issue- taken up this morning and business in sight according, lo local financial men wilhonl counting a honle of small Investors amounts to I .Montreal Subscriptions Montreal, Que., Mar. from Hie start this morning. Montreal- SlillCS support Ihe'.. ers arc prepared to subscribe sener-1 or Will'- This is ously to Ihc third Canadian domestic -war loan. There is .no means of as- CTininins ihe names" of all new sub- scribers hut early this afternoon-local brokers reported over ap- plied for. Among the largest of these were: Sun Life Assurance, compiny, SIOOOOOOO- Ogllvie OIM' and Monlrcal Light, Heat and company _ Edmonton's Amount Kdmonton, Alia., -Mar. Jcs at the local banks nnd brokers' of- flees at noon today show llml nearly has been subscribed lo Ihe 'new war loan, subscriptions to which were opened this morning. orps and forestry corps. The inval- ablc service being rendered by biilk hese organlzalions and their exfra- rdinary efTiciency was acknowledged n all hands. -The ministers also' visit-' TrnoDS Ordered; Out But The time of Iho accident and reached the e Frida evening. The body ity late Friday evening. The body as 'been removed to Broadfoot's 1111- crlaVtius -parlors it. will rc- nil Inrmesl has been leld. Other accident patients arc i TJ-'-'II Crowds Have IJeau neuter dis- patch from I'ctrograB -says .General Chavalolf, commander OL- the Pclro- igrad district, has issued o -proclania- areUanTcomiorrVoT j lion forbidding all assemblages in Inint was heard from the patients i" I streets anil warning cilizcns tha my ol these hospitals. i" iroops have'been anlhorized to use Allhougl, a fine'spirit oi .confidence I mea'ns ,0 prescrvc order in the capital. Pclrograd new papers are not appearing, aud Lram way service has been suspended, II i reporled. A temporary shortage flour causing a lack ot bread results loday in demonstrations by a small por lion Of inhabitants arid the patrollin of the city by Cossacks in companies. Twice Loilay, ?-l noon and 3 o'clock in the afternoon, large crowds, composed mostly of students and boys, gathered in the Uevsky Prospekl, in front ot cathedral, the usual place for demonstration, but bolli limes were his docs not minimize the task which. between Avro.and Ail-no. ill the King's dominions, to assure ho triumph of our cause before llic Washington, Mnrch 13.--0r hilior ol' the Uitilci in Ihe vlcl'iity ot Narnur anc Iky ore reported liy the--Tc-lcgfaaf TlV paper say's Ihal only 'fragSiehtary ched llol T paper says reports of troiiblo have reached llol- all 'those centering at Chicago. sucb Mnrrh'li. B n.m.- esline easily. Amsterdam, via London, March 13 New York, Mur. Information, received by the national conference comiulllee composed of the managerg of great railway systems and made public by thai body today. Indicates [hat four employees' brotherhood" liavc- completed arrangements for q series of strikes to begin nt six o'clock? eastern time Saturday night, If tha conference 'on the eight hour. ques> tlLn held here Thursday (alia lo reach' a salisfactory agreement. The proposed program according to; ihls information is. as follows: Saturday G Call. out, all tralni men in freight service on Ilia York Cenlral, Baltimore and iKrlc, Atlantic. Cosst Line, Southern lailway. Louisville and Nasnvilje, ana he Seaboard Air Llmj. Siiclr an or- der' would involve 40000. men. Monday, March 19, spaye u ini.iative, seltlng a fine example la Hie men in ins battery. woy n ing the war, tlio fall between 1913, _______ -It IS rCCOltCll Winnipeg, March loday thai Mrs. Arlhur Turner, sister Winnipeg, March v inuay mat ,Mia. F Gall of Winnipeg, member of Robert Ibey, lillh her two childrc of Ihe Dominion commission has been poisoned through 'eating for the purchase ot war sup- v canned meats or lish. The Iwo chll- ........drcn were saiil lo ho progressing favorably hut .Mrs. Turner was in R in London Ihere was'acLuaHy a rise o( 200., In the nexl Iwelve months, the aggregate re'duction'was and In llic year ]usl' passed the reduction] from 1013 Increased more than These remarkable facts show (bar there never was so great a reduction spread over so large a population In: the same space of lime. There ia e-rt-; deuce lhat Ihe dimunltlon of public drunkenness Is not oUset. by the-In-. crcTlEe ot private for thll loo has diminished." ,i Asked as lo the possibility ofvher being a candidate in Ihc nexl provin- cial election, Mrs. Nellie McCliing told Ihe Herald yesterday lhat up (o Ihe present fhe had nol seriously con- sidered Iho matter, although many In- fluential people had promised her Iheir support nut she docs believe there should bo women candi- lalcs and that in all probability Ihcrc plies, is lying in IxnidonT nccording lo a cable received in the ,cily yesterday v v very serious condition. A messenger was dispatched lo Spring Coulee for her htubaiiil. who has been working v v 'there..this winter. e ama. Ihal llicy hart security for Iheir ad he not think Ihcy were In lercslcd in Ihe amfilKamallon. Th Eovcrnmcnl would see that securit] was provideil (or the advances Ihcj had made towards the ereclion of ihc I bo wiien tli Umo comes, as wo- Ihat they have Over-night War Summary ol inlerest in" politics. MARKETS Spot wheat Local track wheat May Local track eats May oate................ Hay flix .'WEATHER Asain (Ire French and Drilish war north of I'cronne, and also carried out ___I___.r..ll.. In Itin mull, nf offices record a gnin againsl Ihe Ger- raids successfully the Eoulli of mans on the Hue in France. Striking In Ihc Champagne region on a fronl of 1600 metres wesl of liaisons de Champagne, the French rc-caplurcd nil posllions previously laken by (he Arras. In Ihc latter sector, German positions were homlied and many cas- ualties were indicted on their occu- pants: Heavy arllllcry activity Is In pro- gress ink the Ancrc and Sommc scc: tors, according lo llic Berlin war John M.-Applclon. 530 llth St. S., r.cceivcj word of Ihe wounding of Pic.- Slanley Applclon on Mareh 5tli. is in S'o. II General Camicrs. Pic. Applclon en- isled with the LcthbridKO Highland- ers. He is suffering from a gunshot-' wound in '.he shoulder. Pic. Appleton Is 22 years ot age. He came to Canada from Belfast, Ire- land, four years ago, and prior to en- listing worked on the ranch ot R. S. Smith, .Boundary Creek. (CONTINUED ON PAOB Low Forecast: Fair. Irench was carried oul. while allncka hy Germans belwcen Solssons and Rheims were repulsed. The Drlllsh on Iheir part oi t'no The Ixnidon wrr office announces llial nine German machine's were brought down or driven down dninascn The Drlllsh on Iheir part oi tno.brougut clown or arivcu front In France entered German Ircn- and admits Ihal Bvo DnMsh machines chcs In the vicinity of rnlssiug. KILLED BY FLYER Toronlo, Mar. (rjlng to save her dos from being run over by a Irain Florence Holmes, eight years old was instantly killed by Ihe Grand Trunk flyer on Salurday afternoon al. Brighlon, Kfar Cobourg. The girl'i father is a'baker In ;