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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - March 14, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta VOLUME XI. LETHBRIDGE. ALfaEBTA, , dTH^'�SDAY, MARCH 14i MAKING FURTHER fAOVANCE, PALESTINE . V � '-�-. / London,' March :l3,~Atiacklngs. evor an olovan mil*' front en ttio. cbaatal aeetor In PalaatlnO,. Baat >>-Analliin,>8suth African and; Ini^ dtan troop* have advaneajd/tb &; dapth of threa milea; aeeeitllna to . an official atatamant Uaiiad by th� war offlea tonight. : HVNS PERSECUTING RUMANIA NOW terman Nei&papers Believe Splitting U|> of Rttwia Into JSiiiaU State* Bad Policy mLBEMANY * THORNS IN GERMANY'S SIDE IN FUTURE . y " " ^ " � AnmUrdam, Kar. 13.-Some BecUona t tho aorman pr�as are bectitnlns uii-aiy over developments in the Far The Krankfurter Zoltung conaiders lliat the breaking up of Husaia Into a riliinber of Independont states >r a bud policy for' Qerniany and urges -llie Kreateat tact and prudence be used Jn dealing vitlitlie border atates so thatjhoy will not-"ln the tnture long for a -reunloii with Rtigala'and become so >many thorns in Germany'r .Bide." " . . � � , .."Tiie newspaper adds; "Clearly tlie eintento policy is to use the\Japaneao �lllahce to afiiova Qermany , out of AsIaticV marketa torever. Germany played' their gamp by breaking up Ku&-ala. Germany has no more Hope than �wer ot being able to conduct a. Far  Kasteni policy^ except in conjunction with Great Hritain and Russia. Tliat Is why ai weak Huasia will not contribute to Gerihany's ultimate weltare." The Vosslache; Zeltung saya: "Germany too late^.began to realize that the timo might' come when the United Stalea and .lapan will see that.>war is not always the moat profitable way at acttling ditfir.ultiea. Germany's Hus-Hian policy baa played the game brll-Jiantly tor Great Britain and the United State^. In the aamo way Germany ]ias increased Holland's debt of gratL-tudo to ,Groa�,Britain. It should, have . IJeenJGerriiaiiy.'S game to earn .'Holl-�n4'%gratltuae!., |5y guaranteatiig her , .t})i|,';9^fe^p^pBea$ibn of her^Bast'Indla^ Voloi)l6l�i bift'lftstead -or this' aha' ce-raented' 't|ia'''^nglo:Japa|ieiie:v^ limf'tloljyerb^'i^ Dutchco Y.Japa'nesa^'pr^lfiVe 'southward by open'-: { Ing the.doorio, Japanese ^terprlae in � Woohlniton, March 13.-Atth� moray of hor eonquorera, Ru> \ manir ia bolng aubjottdd t*' meat draitlo porabcutlon/, Amorlean Mlnlotor Vaplbka at Jaaty,'rper^ d today ta tha aitto dapartmant. TTatwIthatandln* that ,tHa tarma of paaea hava bmn algnaii' Ru* manla'a baundarlaa ara balng al not come by>talking about It. 'The critics had fogotten aomething tliat was, essential-that once' a was begun you had to fight tor It, ENFOR war Plan^stic Regip^tions Toi^isb Ve0iBi Who lessly tfiiste Food THE I^TE JOHN TAYLOR JO IIES VERY SUDDENLY Had Been Feeling Unwell Was bne of Best-Known Meii in S. Alberta M'lnnIpog,,Mar/rtrti)nc new re-jiulations drafted|'by the Canada fdbd. board'pHmding machlnary �nd authority OH^;ProvenUng and l)linishing wMfUl^to of any food or food product'a'.'blther hy individuals or by .coldnStorago or other "food handlinglcpmpanies; providing for .prompt^.aale of food products by wholospjiBrs, retailers or warehouses, Mi^^ifil'^ wlicro hoard-^ Ing longer, wouldpTesuU. in deterl-orotion; giviiigfthe .fooct board power to forbidjShcf* itsB of any kind of food.'exgeBt at certain specified .times-,llflA|; power also to prescribe the amount of any kind or kinds of food'that may be sold, consumed or uaad^lt any one meal i or within an^^atfifcltlHd tlm^. In "^the case ot-rJ(il#^on of tho regu- lations ill regard to food wiisle, tho onus for prosecution and enforcing of penitUles Is passed on to the niuhicipal authorities, each municipality being made re'sposi-Hible, for the enforcement of the regulations within its own municipal limita." "As a further aaftiguard against the holdihg of food for apuoulatlve price Increasea, the board is given power to define the amount of any , kind of -food that may be purchased, or hold by any one person or company and may seize all amounts purchased or held in excess of the amount!; prescribed. "The penalties provided for violation for any of 'the provislonsrot the new regulations are a fine not exceeding Jl.OOO and not less than $100 or imprisonment for a period not eJtceeding three months or both fine find imprisonment. .Where the prosecution Is instituted by tho niuhicipality the fine goes to tlie'provincial treasury." HUNS ARE NOW INVADING FINLAND Petroarad, Mar. 13.-A atrona German detachment is reported to have occupied Abo,'on the coast of Finland, west,of HelslngfCrs. The Germana Immediately began io march Into the interior of Finland. TAKE ODESSA Berlin, March 1^.-(Via Lon. don)-German troops have enter ~ ed Odisssa, This officia^announoC' - ment was made tonight.-' Promised to Rumania nerliu, .Mar. i4.-The German troops which occupied Odessa wore sent in an agreement with the Uumanian gov emment, today's army, lieadquarters statement announces.: , , Allies Will Take Over Dutch Ships Hope To Sieciure More Teachers -J^ouQtry Districts 40 Pay City Fees Montreal, JMar..l4.-The plan of relaying rails in order to keep the rall-waya- s'upplied has been materially" modified by-the decision of the government on ttie urgent; representation of the railway ivar board to o/der 100,-; 000 tons of rails from the ijorainiou Iron atid- StoeJ company, it was stated at the r^ilway,;War bo^rd yesterday. This Buppiy; with tliQ 50,000 tons to come frpm the allotment i-olled in the United States for, Russia and taken over by, Hie American'government will give the Canadian roads all but 50,000 tons of the^draoiint they.need to handle the kWar traftic; ! _ . (Speplal;to thesHsraUJi t ^4pi4jnlop;^%%^^^ sal- arj',: of''tTOpeVl^phthifor'teachers of ssclibbla; In. the"riu^^l i||latribts.,of the;. ,'t>ravlnallow the Jfate, KlncrisBfioTiasJjotdiBred 'hy the board.of .^^'dil'war^dmtnliiiiibner'B last Jajtuary. .. , '*,T^e date op)Whlcb the rate Increaie yshaligbv'inidt effect la as yet not de-? tinltely.siated.but It IB likely that the V)rdor^tt/(pounell vflll fix AprH 1; The elateiiDcreaseVilti'faunderaiood i� grant-aditis a teniporary^ , � ^ ROOSBVEtT'S SON WOUNDED IN ACTION -JNew York,ili/lar; 13>-Arahlbalel B.'Rpoieydit; a "son of Colonel the>( v o^ore'R^joaevaltp'has been vveUnd- ' � ed;;ln�ae�lbni with th^ American ^ � fo^caaiJIn'FrBiiea. . A cablegram ' ' 'w�a racalvad^ today at the )oelon> ^ al'i'bffliivii ^iiraiiy Yourig Rooaavalt J^avb�^tal^|->i^^ � : �tJAi*t>fitepiiviJ^:'i * ; ^ba(lbhi';^4i'bhl=13:~Gipt�ln A D. �elj;irvjjiigvq(:!-tji(^,taioou8; Vancouver idat~e4 sbhools." 'Of cohrse^parta of the country are not' suitable for them as yet, but a very donstderable portion of tho provinqe.ls;" > ~ ,  i South,'la'ITaading Consolidation,';b^i pointed out,' seemed to have beeh.jtaken tip mopt rapidly in the southern, i>arts::ot the prov-incet-andlie a.ttrjb))ted thatlto the fact that there were a ebnstderable amount of American ^8e>tlbu wh'pi^had been used, with, pohsoHdatlon at, hbme because America ha4>und9Ubtedly taken thb lead in Ihle niiiter.viV ' v Tb^ departmieQt b'xpe'oteil'. at; the itnd ot the year to be able.to record aiarge increase" in- 'thei.::iiiirabef "ot: those achoolB.'.' ! School; Attandanea . Proceeding, the iiilnlster said that lii 1917 there were :99,201'pupilB In attendance at the* schbola. hi the province. There Were K'7^6: in tlie grades above 8, and 1114. lii'attohdaiice at'the John Taylor, managing director and founder of,tho Taylor MillinR and Me-vator Co., died very suddenly this morning u.bout nine o'clock hi his suite at his office at the mills. Mr. Taylor^ had been ill in bed'for a couple"of days ahtforlng wllli pleurisy and pneumonia. Thia morning, 'however, he roso,,and fainted, and before he coui^d be go'tten back into bed lite was extinct. J-A Canadian . Tho late .Mr. Taylor was one of .the beat known business -men'In Southern; Alberta. He was 'born a. Canadian, Coming from Ontario, but when young went to North Dakota where he en-: gaged In the. grain business. - He.came' here about 1905 and founded the Taylor Milling Co. in which ho was tlie chief shareholder, building-up also..a line '61 elevators,- which-ihe had dla-poaed oI^flhl>p ii 'Itw nvpntha- afoj.^J" was also heavily luterostedMn Delan' Liraited. ixi. which' he'^ii' the chiot ''atbckhblderV and ow'ned a iarge^'tarm southeast, of the city' 'wlitph He had stocked heavily. Mr. Taylor' was a shrewd bualnesanian and always in public affairs, especially, in those bt.tiie Board'of Trade,.and he was chairman ot the' transportation section olf that body for several years la politics he w^as a Conservative;' Mrs. Taylor has been notitle4 and' on her return from Portland'funeral-arrangements wil^be announced Bolo's;;Appeal Is Rinsed oonsplldat^ ^'ohbbli^v ...... � KaapiThajn Q^, Aaurvey.had ahbihiTthatihere were less than 800 'frbttt Ararat, districts at high school,;, Remin'dihK the house of thoxllfflcultl�ar^har^;^V(|ra InVkeeptng sbnie sobobia open''and.properly maintained lie, said tbit the; legialtitlbn prp-poaad .would h�)P,iiiAbb �oiitlbuous op-'�ratlbaa;bt the Bokgola,';fUa'bdaarted that brarye abltbbl^/lilibaM Db^lMratad duHBg'tlib.-wKalb'- ichM:j^ cost of the 'edUMtlba.'^^^ wb country qhJildreh..attbndths(i)�d;ll> taaid;be�n aaolded 0 BoWaitsifl^tfilai'irby iiMMl/0l4fftt|iWoun ^pajr,:Mitm�f^ ^ no per bent^bt thb^bbk^tibt th^ ia the towrio^ or oityM^^ITM litylng the. (^ducatlo�.''iThe,cbt!iir?B()?^^^ would !bbv.pald;b)it.p^^^^ of the prpYln6�;'\rM bti^iilflnpMased, ' ^ the^^bt WM r al^bifi-^tfrpytalttn; In- .the whioh'^ltv wii^|bVlP!^>^ the. ^ahbrtw:^t^^j�wfti Made No Statement thatlcli adiaii Forces Wwii Drunk: \^ ,,-;6h^^na|pa^>v;^||, Calgary, Mar. 14 -"I*have maqe.the stateiAent to .the lawjrers. that if they want n^e as a %ilne88; I aih'perfectly willing to- gb and, at ^thati I- tljjnk I might be bt some asslsUniGn'.tbBaileir,"' aaid, Capt. -Hi E. Lyon,?5riio8a waa mentioned In the iriallbf .jCapty hoed Paria, Mareli;s12.>-(Delayed)- The appeal of .nolo Pasha from .'thraantance Af^Jleath imposed by courtmaHlat;farjftrcaaon waa re-jtcted jtoda^.'b'S^Athe court of re-vlaloh .which ep'rifirmed the orlg-inbl Judgment. '';:^the same action vDba taken.,by>''.ifhe court In the caae of Darlua^P|>rchere, who waa tried - with lelil'VPasha and sent-ehead to .^hrae^ years' imprlBon-'mant .'r.';*. ZEPPS AGAIN RAID, FIVE ARE KILLED Second Raid OVer England in| Succession in Wliich tkpv� Are Used Unless Netherlands Agree ^Td Arrangement By March 18- -Will Stand No Delay Bailey of Toronto; who i)raB'- �entehl to.three months' Imprjsonment foit-ifiti-statement�:ata tempenihcb=6bnvei�t^A in Toronto, yosterday.'^^ - 'i^'f/^'l^pimi^ "Captain tyoh.la a vvellijrebwn'iyiaff^^ nSore man^and lett,thereStt'lsiig^i; lieutenant colonel j.of, the .IMndbiiitai lion. In-.order to get Jtb.^^e; flghtini' line in France he to* a'^MducbdranT and aaw conaiderahl/activa'^sbrTii ttnd was in" touch with.fcontate-inanton'Mondayflight's .raid, says: ,"Tbe number of victims of, last adght'a bombardment is now known. InviPariB' 29 were killed and fifty in-JareA: the suburbs five were killed aa^^tWienttr nine Injured. .Unfortun ateiy,.t(( these must bo added sixty alX'bthers who were crushed to death I'by a cfowd in a panic^at tlie entrance to :'tKe^ Metropolitan subway, station, wberb-'they were seeking , refuge. Ttjese/last victims of ;German bar fiar(am' are almost all women and 'b|i!lareta:. One hospital jvi^s. damaged 'lously by,bombs which kiUe^ six rjl^iired seven. '�^ints where th^ bombs fell j^Paris and in the immediate ibrhood, were not very..;numer; '|v1arge numUer pt enenky mach-fe'forced to retreat before .the. .'barrage. They>dropped pro: .^^ .. ;'on suburbs tor^a . great dls"'-.^cfjfrbm Paris. ^'^I'l^trihg the raid four^Qbrtnan avia-.tora't'wbre. brought dawn,^within our :likibs^ Two tell in the Irbglqn of Chab be^:f hlerry one near Sibitix and the 9^i^r,,heBr Soissons. - Tfiirebof these "jireipe .bf' the G.otha, tii^e while .the ;fouftK :'waa an ortllnairy tworseater. ^OM .'btmie Gotha maphltjea was de--jlti^edbyfire and the pilot-and crew .ibiirned'to death. . U - ; . � iWl4M9St5-bt the other crews Syere not injured; . , ,'(Two policen)eu weVe, killed , and three.injured hi Mobuay's air.'^rald One ,'bt the wounde^. pbUcemeti .was ij^eg^the.Military Mjril�l,v.-- ,w ' London, Mar. 14,-In las.t'night's airraid one airsHlp crossed the ooagt and dropped lour bombs oU Hartlepool. Six dwelling bouses were demolished there and thirty were dapiaged^ Five per-aons-were klll,ed-,and injured, >-liast^nigiit's air riitd was the second made in two days over EJngland by ZeppeJlns *hlch prevlbuslj^ had hot been employed in. these attacks for sev-flfiO months;-. In neither case, how-eydifriWas ato'�ttbmpt-n�ado to reach thd CbVidbn-dietU^t; wh&)e German'dirigibles -inbt-.wlth dlsabter on ,previous expeditions.' Oh .Tuedday-'niglit, Hull was. bombed.- ijariileiiobl, attacked last night, is a North' 8ek-port of sonio 65,-000 inhabitants,In northern England: nuniber of others CabbdiatV^qfQcer8'i>i board,, there wasyibuph'tJcbifVei ' regarding mlHtary ,niattera,/;6u would be dlsoussACl by^. bWlceri'ii themsTBlvea. He rembmhiBfed'thai tain, Bailey; ^Kow,od- much, intejr tainporahce 1 matters aW ;>wjMtJ.n at n>Ternhient. The seizure was mAent to that purpose before that tlme.^ 4 � This will bring .practically a million tons of shipping to the aid of the allies at a time when they are sorely needed.' ' The Netherlands minister, Augustus Phillips, had an engdgement with President Wilson today and It was expected he would |>resent from his government''a""'f(naif aji-"'V peal that the action be delayed or ' .at least modltie^." �-,. British and 'American diplbmatic representatives. In addition--'to . being recompensed, for the loSBjbf; any of.the ships the. Dutch are tb'/-! lijan llnea. The amoUht of.pliotogra--; phy wprk that has been done is amas-v ing and a largo humber' ot the plcturea i weretakeu at closej^qiuirters. ' ' i'Bbmbipg.i'llarda.', . Bomlt)lng\caid(ki,hX^, British aTiafors . , i h.avQ,.been almost; oiihtinuoua. ' One �e;Ap ^�e||' Ma'reh against the; 8, , . _____ are now at LWan-Chow,.Chan Kwan�i|^^.^^ and Tleh�h In Ghl Li'pijpvince, ;in Thf .Piii-chase Price Will which.pekln is also:rttuat�, C- ' >� ^:-,�^;,,*�i, bono �� Preaidehl. ^;eng'si desirbltb resigh; .l; , pro.�mately fiOO-at waa expressed.-atVa',,Cabinet " ^ $haCB where he producer aj'telegram which . ; ' �  � he propoiedvti} send;to the provisional , ; . , govornm^ht^idbclarlng" that the .aitua- Montreal,'.Mar. . 14;-^^rangemenits tion .wa8:' tc^:' difflcuHv tbr^^lm i to havoibeen cbnvpletedifbrttho purtihaBe solve, -iy'^^vt;.'A;'^'fc:V,::-^v.:>:.rf-:of �th^Nbrtliern� CrowiV;�BSlk;'by-:tiie :':-���.\iS^;:^y^i\:�^. '.:':;:;'�.�...��;� RojNal'Bank o'f_Canad5k..-v,Tr>b:pnrClia86, ^OSPITAIi>SHir'' ' �� � P'lP*-wliv bo;;�-approxlmaieiy?!i^60:^a: � �" ;� .�-;v.-;r~U^W4ii^n''; g|||PEAqp WIT^If'TURKBT^ .-K^M'jI'Cj -��''"-"-�' � -I ����*iiwi'V^^'^'^>j^^;"'"j.'.-^-tbb, faioi|t -..aucceBstul - expedit(bhH (kvas that: agiMnsE.three ; eneifay'^jWN 'dromes on MarcTi ,9. This raid -fas carried out by a Ikrgb number ot nfabh-iinbs d.uring the day time. A British a'eriai'fleet .arrived at an hoUr when number'B ot German machines about' to start were standing: in a tield{near their hangars. The British attacked; at a height ot alwut 400 teet and be-' cause ot their low altitudb wbre'able to shoot with_; distinct miccess. Several buildings^were sot on 'fire and direct hits were made among the German machines,- . >" '- a � . ' The British returned (lying at  a height of a hundred feet which']u|it enabled them to clear the tree tbps.i They used their guns on every military object in Bighr, The first attacks were on horse tranaporta. Some of the horses were killed and the rest stampeded, upsetting tha wagons. Another horse transport - waa; Bt^mpedbd and. then a - detachment btfaiarehlnic InfBtitry came into range, Saveral at th^ soldiers were- shot before they could escape. AU the British maoh-' ines returned' safely. -tAb a mattair of fact they were hot-attacked at all. �' French;Suceoaaea � ' , ' � i;ai-i8,' March 14.-French aviators have accbiinted (or (our enemy mach-' ines, according tto'ji the. report from the war o((loe last night which also reports, a successful Belgian forWard ihovement near Lombaertiyda. ' V : > The statement follows: ' ':' , , ."There was, strong. artlUary activity,' ' -on the right bank of the Meuao.'v' r ,!"Durli]g the 'day a^German .aiacb-' ine Jwas -destroyed and threa others were (^amaged sbverely.; Mllag wlii.'Jl^ their own lines. - . . s "Belgian^ conimlihlcatloh; Shbrtty after daybreak, after a violent'' bom-, bardment, bur 'trbopBventered the,xeh-emy troncbes sbutheast'bt Loiinbaert-^i syde.: After klitlhg the occupants bC the trenches ln;the first line, and ihoviV,;SS5 lug forward' we oheoSed , a violent,. >. counter attack >fu hand tb..hand flght-^'!' VfC jlng.;i ^Thrrenemy then.'!�th;e(4.^tbplBlf^tfiSc^ fiecond line. The artlllery;wabractivai>#VrS^ _ _ ._. tbe^whoIe!r��^2o ye�^Qid��"--^ 'jpWVffqr.ffinilniSi^^ . 40 447070 31 ;