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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - March 26, 1915, Lethbridge, Alberta May wheat.............. October wheat May1 on'.se WIKA1 HER High 9 rising temperituro VOLUME VIII. LETHBRIDGE, ALBERTA, FRIDAY, MARCH 1915 NUMBER 89 RUSSIANS SMASH THE AUSTRJANS IN CARPATHIAN PASSES WASP GETS "DELMIRA" .March o.Ilfi p.m. steamer Delmira lias been sunk by a German anb- marine ott -Boulogne, In Hie English channel. The members f.- ol the crew "iverc given ten minutes to lenve thc vessel. Subsequently they landed on tho Isle of Wight. Queen Bess and Other Ships Protect Operations of Mine Sweepers CONSTANTINOPLE TORN INTERNALLY KAISER'S DRIVE ON PAWS, GOING BACKWARD If C. P. R. Will Supply Water to Farmers North of the Garden City TAIU5 London, March. Hrilish ittlcship tiuecn Elizabeth anil Aga- niemuon ami the cruiser Cornivallis entered Lhu Dardanelles Straits Wed- nesday night to protect mine sweep- ers, according to a despatch to Hen- lurs from the island of Tenedos, dat- j L-d Thursday. t II) o'clock Turkish I artillery at Frenkui fired live shots and tlie forts o[ lulitl Bahr also iircd. i The Hritisli vessels replied wiiu. rounds. To this the Turts made j no reply. From niidniglib until morn the minesweepers continued their work without disturbance, the cor- respondent says, and satisfac- tory results. DISSENSION" JlIilONS JN CONSTANTlXOPLl'j Constaiicius, Itoui.iaiiia, March _ iNcivs from a reliable source in Con-______________________________ CAMPAIGN- MEANS MUCH J the war party in the Turkish capital. The former is composed of German- ami those Turkish statesmen who, since the beginning of the have PARIS THE ABOVE MAI' SHOWS AT A GLANCE THE I'KOOHESS, FORWARD AMD BACKWARD, OP THIS GEKMAiVS THE WESTERN' FHOiVT. THE .ALLIED DRIVE, DUE TO COMMENCE SOON WILL SOON BLOT OFF THE SHADED PORTION DENOTING TERRITORY HELD BY TUB HUNS. nrrrn agra 2G -u. v argely represented meeting of larm- orsifrom t'ne north n[ AlagcatH was held iii-tlii! town liall lasl night never ceased to deplore, what thei' re- see it ii was possible to get water on Earil as Ulc political crime that per- j .he land. 'from the C.l'.R. 'mitted Turkey. 'to be used as a cats- i Mr. liridgc was elcclscl chairman ol the meeting, anil Mr. Hacking, secre- KOUAIANIANS CLAMOR LETHBRIDGE TEACHER'S BROTHER WOUNDED TO PICJH.T FOR -ALLIES. Miss Jane MacKuy received a wire this morning stating that her brother Hob. or tile 7th Battalion, 2nd Brigade, is in No. 11 Hospital at Boulogne with a. scalp wound. Mr. Bridge .in .opening, slated that. March 3 a. m-The I at a meeting some, time ago to .-con- 0[ Przemysl has caused .a'sensation iider .the-question of sugar, beets it in ijucharest and resulted in uicreas- the iactory at R, have since -stated thai the coin- isjen. lany was willing to 'do anything.' to 'ITALY ALL HEADY lelji the farmers raise beets, and it London, March 25, p. m.- A vas thought by the in that despatch dated March ai re- action1 that this .was an opportune ccivcd by tlie central nv itne to keep the railway, to its'prom- rcci LOUic sc. Ii this was done the-supply oE beets for-the factory would he as-, urcd. C. H. .Karran said he had had a alk ivilli tbc C. P. R. turB ives about thc. water question and onnrrncd.all that .the chairman had aid. "Everything ie in readiness Toe- _'a general mobilization ot thc Italian armies. Seven complete, classes are already under the 'colors. -The ture 5T Austrian and German famil- ies is reported .from all :parts 6[ Italy it is estimated that abqut persons of these nationalities nunr .D.OIYI flLUl 10 10 Uttered Unpatriotic Sentiments About Britain's Part in Great War liter view thc railway authorities and ee if it was possible to get a supply f wattuv They, however, were told ,liat nothing could-he done yet, as hey had to see-that all their own Frcdcricton, >isT. J. K. Iving, minister in cliarEC ol the N'ashwaak McUiqdist been found guilty of uttering unpatriotic and un-Dritish..sentiments in reler- Mr. Hacking stated that'sonic time uave left Rome. Trains from Mil: igo a. committee was appointed to Venice to tlie frontier arc, fillc'ri J wiLli Germans antl -ami numbers oi r Hungarians have left Venice liv sieamer for Trieste." DliTC'II SHIP SUNK Dover, March 25, p. cnce to the European war and the and was'supplied first. In reply to a Dutch slsamer Media was sunk oft' part being taken in it by Great Brj- ucstion, Hacking'replied that peachy Mead this morning by the tain and Canada, by a court of trial Jifs before the sugar factory German submarine U-28. She carried composed, of his fellow ministers of uestion-came to the fore. !-a cargo of oranges and was hound Now Brunswick and Prince Edward. Several questions were asked and in [LOm Salonika for London. Island Methodist conference. Thc he course oE thc-answcrs ic came q-jlc Mrili.i was stopped by the sun- cumi, oi trial has ordered Rev. Tatar's Agitation Results in a Genera! Measure Being Introduced K-' LET US -PUBLISH LETTERS FROM SOLDIERS The Hern Id Is anxious to pub- llslrall lelLerR from Luthbridge or SouLheni Alhena boys now on service In France. Special care will be taken of the orig- inal letters. We would be glart to be furnished with all letters. A. ff nt that it was understood that the niarinc and the 'crew were given fil- King admonished by tlie president of adory would be likely to remain 5 teen minutes in which to leave the th'i conference, and .that he ,bc re- vessel. They did so, and the submar- qnesteil to refrain from further un- inc then fired several shots at tile patriatic utterances. Their findings cars it tlie supply of beets was as- ured. Discussiun'along.various lines ook place and nearly -all of those steamer, which remained afloat for an include a recommend.. tion to tbe cori- tresent took part, and it was even- The crew rowed about in their fercncu that thc guilty minister be ually decided that a committee of boats until picked-up by a destroyer, i removed to another field. lur be appointed to interview the which brought tlicm to' Dover. ugar Co. and the C. P. K., and toi" lieni to do rlieir bcsL to' get the wa- cr on the land, and that a list be I, Iven them as to the, ariiounl of su-1 ar beets each is willing to raise anil Iso as to the. amount of water each aimer wanted. The following were elected on Lhc ommitlce'r Messrs. ,S.. Brijrgs, A. ennctt, F. Bradshaw arid D. Fow- er. A cariyas of the whole of the sec- ,ion will now taken so that the1 ommiUce know exactly -what. iej' liave to go to thc two with. West Troops to Move toSewell in Three Weeks Winnipeg, .March has been definitely settled that -Scwcll Camp n-ill be opened this spring [or thc LLOYD'S BET 4 TO 3 WAR ENDS BY SEPT. 30 London, March is belting 4 to 'J that the 'irar will be over by September :30. In other words, ering to pay 100 guineas to 75 guineas Tor losses sustained af- ter Ibat date and due to'the war. Underwriters think the. .proposition Js a good one. ONTARIO'S HYDRO IS MAKING Edmonton, Altav March bill of considerable importance to louthern Alberta was- introduced Into the House yesterday by Hon. Charles Stew- art, entitled Act respecting Ir- rigation Districts." It Is an ex- ceedingly lengthy bill, and pro. vides for the formation of irriga- tion districts and also for water Users districts, (his latter empow- ering uitrs to take over and main- tun the ditches. The agitation for the bill emanated from the Taber'district. Sheepmen and Farmers Are June 14 is Date Mentioned by to Rep.ace Roche Ottawa, 20. The Evening Citizen says "A strong election .rumor is current in circles chisc to the powers on Par- jliair.ent Hill today; It is said that Important Results of Fall of Przemysl Seen in Russian Blows AUSTRIANS ARE CRUMPLING UP Amsterdam, March rnent of the German troopi from to few-day ago, continueB. It1 la declared that German has been removed "from Bruges to Ecloo In connection with the. retiring movemenlB of the but this it not confirmed. It ii. certain, however, high have arrived at Ecloo. PRZEMYSL RESULTS London, March been predicted by mllltla ilnce the fall of Przemyil, Ruilll ll now di- recting her chief offensive againtt the Austrian front In tha In the north between ths Nlemen and the Vistula riven, the Ruiilin forces arc making little effort to evid- ently being content to'hold Held Mar- shal von Hlndenburg In chick, but dti- pcrate fighting it taking place'In where the thruitlng back the Aubtrlana along the Dukla and Uizok GREAT RUSS VICTORY official Buehiratl credit the Huiilftni tory J dally--------------- s the capture of fortiflftt the Lupkow Rait. formldabJe poiitfoni were taken by the AuBtriani" loilng; their machine QUBB and over 5000 men Unofficial tlan army with 'farther1 ln- Vienna the importance offsnvlvii in mountiln panes, but at the' time the fierce on thiMT have been .OFFICIAL. March London, 3.30 p. officinl out GERMANY'S LARGEST SUBMARINE U-29 SUNK London, March Ad- mJralty good to lleve that the German lubmar- ins, U-29, hat with all The atimlrallr gave no details 'I- of how or when the U-29 was C- aunk, 'but the report that she was disposed oC was.recalved In shipping circles with a sigh ot rolJef. Tweedic's Want of Confidence Motion Defeated-Edmonton Bulletin Manhandled NEW SMALL DEBT ACT Edraontoo, March first division of the cession took the legislature dividing on Ewing'fi want of confidence. at Uuok, to the budget lor- lujler particulars as to the estimates. f, .__ ijjle wag siiteen [or, twentyri'1 eight against, -a. goveriimeht'niajority of twelve. 'Col. .and Cap.tain. Hin'cjhillsi, tcday by the Freqoh war -q "Yesterday the great- er part of the front, wlth'-almott con- rain. Attempted by the enemy between and the Moselle were easily .and. fmmtdlately. "The enemy ;two .attacka at de Conienvoye and at northward of Verdun; threa at and two at Sola lc Pralre." QEnMAN'.OFFICIAL' Slarch eddqiiAr- wait for another session, hdf even j ters today gave'out a report on the until fall, but to go to the country.'profiress of the yat'feading as fol- carly ift the summer, the .probable jows date being June 14, or some .i0n tlic licights'oi the Mcuse south- ilay in that week." paired 'f wssion. There -four" DEBATE The budget debate collapsed with unexpected surldenness. Archer of, In- who had the floor, rose and remarked that he did not wish "to: take the time on the house Mr. Mitchell made ex-; pi aflat ions of the budget figures, clear- ing up misapprehensions under, which opposition members acemed to be la- boring, and it was all over. A few items of Supply were add. the bou'fe then went into committee on a bill to amend the Foreclosure Act. The discussion was confined to .law- yers. A bill a fleeting Edmonton. streets was put through and the house adjourned before.; five o'clock. SMALL DEBT COLLECTION Among the acta introduced WM one by Sir. Cross respecting the colVectidn' small debts. There has been con- siderable agitation among merchanta to have magistrates empowered 'to try small debt cases and tbe bill-will-' un unu he printed and submitted to Supreme. 'east of Verdun and near Combres the Court en bane for'a. decision as to French yesterday "again attacked the constitutionality of the bilh minister of the interior in succession to. Hon. Dr. Roche, whose health has strongly in an attempt to-take the probably as jiut. after a deter- Prf t hdmonton, March ]lot been the best The southern men and farmers the decision; is favorable the bill will- he put through next session. Toronto, Out.. March sev- enth annujJ report of the Ontarjo tahicri in the legislature yesterday, by Sir Adam Beck, shows that the sixty- nine municipalities which are iifiinp service, including depreciation, despite lure .this mornin; thc sheep GOOD .for three hours, and when 'probably aiso: testily before the pub- it was all over they were no nearer He accounts committee In-regard to a compromise than ever. The Cowley jlis'purchase of Submarines at Seattle men wore reinforced by President for the Canadian-service from the bpcakman oi the V. F, A., and dirt BULLETIN ATTACKS CROSS The opening today was marked.-by" d flurry created by the member 'lot .OIV ii.6 Ccntte'Calgary whiph caused quite a: mined were repulsed. "The fighting at still continuns. is expected in Ot- "The Russian rning and threshed out t0 dlwnion'ftom the'ordinary routine, Ij-J BATTLESHIP CORNWALLIS 18 HIT This morning the Edmonton Bjilletiu publiihed an editorial, altaekiikg Mr. Chilean government at the outbreak Heard both sides of the question at length and it will now be up to the fact thai the filing rntea in most have been reduced from time" to lime. Germans Try to Wriggle Out of Dresden White Flag Episode Cldresholm is Invaded by Lelhbridgites Bank .Cftarlngi Bank clearings. Ihl'a week totalled as agiliiit for Ihe corresponding week lasl year. Berlin, March .'21! n'irelesi to In the itemr of news given out todayvby the Oversea! Ne'ws Agency is the'fpliowlng: "Tlie Glornole d'Halli of Home .haa received a dlipatcb- Irn'm Athenf lay- ing .that the British battleship .Cora- wRllis has been ijleabled in the Darta- nelles fighting." Lethbridge Doesn't Mind Paiyjng; Nickel to Ride on Street Qirs Tireedifl and the oppoeitlon for attacking the attorney-general's de- partment, the first move aver :'ma'de' being Mr. TwMdie's attack eu the lands titles offices. The oppo'siiiou were criticised' tor not railing -a row- over Beveral murderers not having been appiebended in Alberta. TWEEDIE ATTACKS BULLETIN Moving the adjournment Mr. Twee- die bitterly assailed tlie Bulletin, ils proprietor, editor and house' report-" er, and contrasted it with the.." Al- bertan, much to the credit of tke laf- Mr. Twecdie repudiated bility' lor government failings, and. if the Bulletin's charges were correct It was. up to Messrs. Cross and. Mitch- What's tlie diHerencc between 41-6. losses were cliargrJ con- re- London March An. official iclB- "The Drcsrttn replied to their fire crcises ol tlie agricultural school i Hut gram. at Am, aU RU115 and three Mayor llardic Judge there is The iollo'-viiig composeil thc Loth- ___ ._ _ bridne parly who went out on the cent's and five cents? tinvie to the system 5-itiV in. train last evening to mathematician will throughout tin 'year, 'is they have minister of telephones., Mr..-. attend the elosinz ex- immediately answer 'li-6 ol a cent.' during these Uvb.Vjiiijhthfe -tiicte-'pill plyjng, that whenever a ihe ucople of Uethbriilgc be a profit over operating-OPen'sea of occurred In Alberta he alwajs put least that -whole Pmkcrton or Thwl. under Lt.-Col. Ducharme, the Briga- squadron, "mudc -the follow- scl wns In neutral waters. the object pi making the tickets .were sold for S for a quarter, have a street railway- system -paying diet-.- w -ing report: "As i.l.e in .spite of this, young'idea familiar with agriculture. The (inures for January and Februaty-vpart of tbe cost-.of r'lcc- FRENCH .GENERAL KILLED r'0n March H, in the nioniW the wanted to continue tbc nttack, the Hon. Duncan Marshall, provincial. show no falling off. Dresden was anchoring in Cumberland Dresden was blown up at, 11.16 minister, of 'agriculture, will be ptes-1 does this; nieao to the sys- Tha o'clock with lier (lag flying, while her-ent it Oliresholra, and tbe. Leth- tern ?t It means jiist ;thedifference be- aa opeiatibg. prbnt.and an op- 'bay, 1 Bland of Juaii .Rena-ghiri was attacked-, by .the '.Sri tJEb. Parie, March .Rena- ibjV uy- ctew gave .three hurrahs' for the emj i bridge visitors tiust that the .Iruits .Joieph De of.ii. .division cruisers; Kent and. and the jierbr. of their visit, win be the cstabHsb- of the French1 array, .wna j auxiliary cruiser Oraiiia dirnc-1 s disproves tlic British state- he wns struck in-, the hend Imllet' lion1- which ciiahlPtl the Drestlen 'tojincnt .Dresden hoisted.-a while inBlwcllne a-lreiicli at Hie-front: lisc only her aft Mil. (JlaUt IUVI1I10. .UIIOU are getting c'neapefc'electtlc light than ii the cars were .pjt.l -in Probably .if erating-.lbsB.-' 'puriog-. January and: the electric T.olild have to mentor an Ugticultural school in Febrtiiry" tlie be increasod ii' -'ths-end. the .peo- l.cthbrirtKc' district, where it is where in j ihe S2E.OOO it's_as.broad J January and Keliruary .pi -last year it's long, -V'-'Vi' ieiilly' nccdcil. GERMANS QUIT OSSOWETZ; Mireh nouncemtEt bai hJn. IB Pttro-, graij', fii't tbt corrsipciiiMt'cf tir's Telegram Co., that th? 6er since Sunday, have removed' afl- (our of their hcavj- baUeriti lia-: fore OiaoweU. ;