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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - March 17, 1915, Lethbridge, Alberta MAfSKETS M�y wheat.............. 152/2 October wheat .115% May oats .... ..... 65!/2 WEATHER High ................ ..... 55 Low...................... 30 Forecast: Fair and mild VOLUME VIII. LETHBRIDGE, ALBERTA, WEDNESDAY, MARCH 17, 1915 NUMBER 81 REACHES FORT NAGARA IN THE DARDANELLES MONEY ORDER SERVICE, ITAUT TO GERMANY, IS SUSPENDED AUSIRIANS HREATEN REPRISALS Sixteen Inch Shells Used-Belgians Advance as Water Subsides LITTLE CHANGE ON EAST FRONT Paris, March '17.-"The enemy is Had 28 Killed by Turkish Shells-Sweeping For Mines Continues TURKS FEVERISHLY ARM BOSPHORUS Paris, Marcli 17, 4:5.5 p. in.-A British mine sweeper was l)lown up in the Dardanelles yesterday with the loss of several lives when a mine exploded as it was^heing removed from the straits, says a special despatch from Athens. Isle of Tcnedos, March 18, via London, March J7.-The British cruiser a^aln furiously homhaniin, Nieuport, '^^^S^^^IcSv^r'^^^ ^-^l^ this time v.'ith 16-inch Howitzers,' says an undated message from the Fetit l^arisien's war correspondent, who adds : "Tliirty shells have fallen in the, town, making enormous holes and j gara, in the Narrows. She was under hot fire from the Turkish forts 'and was struck hy 22 shells. Twenty-eight of her crew were killed and ahout as many more were wounded. As the Amethyst approached this destroying several buildings, but no ; island in the mouth of the Dardan-one was hurt. ' ' clles a grand sight met the view of "Belgian troops, profiting by slight recession of the waters in the fleet of battleships, light cruisers^dfr-district they occupy, carried two Ger- stroyers, collieries, repair ships and H. M. S. AJTETHYST WHTCK PENETRATED THE DARDANELLES TO FORT NAGARA, MONDAY. SHE a the observer in the shape of a mighty AVAS STRUCK 22 TIMES AND 28 OF HER CREW W^IR E KILLED. will sugar mill Work this year ?\ Farmers of South are Anxious to Know-Is Beet Seed Procurable Will the Knight Sugar factory Operate this year? That Is the natural question, following the multitude of vicissitudes through which the concern has passed in recent days. There Is still some doubt as to whether the company has been able to secure seed for this year's crop, although it Is known that a Supply reached the western United States factories from Holland, and that a portion of this was promised the Knight factory for distribution amonn the farmers. I If Germany Forces Her to Grant Concessions to Italy jnan advanced positions. The first was on Ivloosterhock, a farm near Stuvekcnskorke, while the second was a line of trenches on the road from Pcrvye to Schoorbakke. . "Warships and monitors of the allies vigorously bombarded Westende. The Germans replied, but none of their shells took efiect. Torpedo boat ficstrdyefs protected the bombarding ships, shelling a German submarine which attempted to approach. The fire against shore positions' w'as di-ryftteran.^ The fire from the HCil on Page 3). fee. Numerous other inou ... . every month, will liereattcr be BOiRP-Igl; this ! on that side ol ^^^^^ ^yl^ ;