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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 26, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta The Italian Front Hcliernl To lie Object of Next Drive by (icrnians. BUT ITALIAN'TROOPS AUK FULLY I'KEl'AHKI llotnu, Mar. vln London, Kalian mllit IhaL Austria and tier many will nharlly bcqln R violent of funElvQ iiRumbl [lie lines. Hln dpuburg pcr-ourUly mspcHci) 11) cmlre Italian front, uhllc Held Mar fihiilljCoiirad Von has re signed.his jirjsltlou at Die head nf lh> Austrian general slnff. lo lead tlr campaign. Last year his rjxiioililio: failed, hut tills turnip, wilh tbe liul of German ami a J vice frci Hindonburg, suiil Mac- fc en 9on, lie pinna to reach Ihe plain of Lombardy ".ml there dictate puacc terms. IIoctzcLiiIorr lias made; Italy's destruction 11 lifelong study. Send .Them To Italy London, Mar, use Hlndenliurg make of (he divisions He may be able to spare by shortening his front in a Daily Mall dispatch from Milan. The unatii- IQOLIS answer Is Ihat he semi thetn to (ho Kalian Front to help in a second csneillLlon against Italy." "Italian press vle'.vs the fa attack calmly. The Austrian deeigtis and t'rcpnrtions on the Carao and Trail titio fronts fravc been known Borne thno and U is confidenIK- Iiecleil here that all measures "hJivo been taken lo mcel the situation." Ocrniiins llclicvcd To lie ('un- cenlnilintc Var a lllaiv To lie Struck Towurd I'ctrogrnil. MLJTSA MOBILIZING IN 18 STATES; INDUSTRIAL MEN AIDING GOVL ______ L___ ___ n j J Germans Trying Out New Strategy to End the Trench Warfare RUMAMNIA'S FIGHJIMG MONARCH photograph Bhoiva th'o King of Unniauta leaving llic ot ouo of his olflcM-rs ('omiuandlnt; in the fiolil. The has been ivilh bis Iroojis from tUo Vjyy and ha si coniinmilly risked his Ufe. Note- the sleel trench hat, elmlhr to tho privalo soldier's, thai lie if) wearing on hif, L'ILL Murtli InU-si communiques oinJuti, Mar. (Usijatc'lJ- es from Prtrasrad dated Friday, cm- stsie the seriousness of llio situa- tion arising frmn tlic German conren- Iralion on tlic Kisa-lKlnyl; front with t-erlaln Intention of al- through to Fclni- It is oil lliat the ghorlcnJiig ot llie (k'rnmu'front in Trance Is j'art of the ID menvhoJm by a KUddun mill [rfcinetMous Mow Ijefore the country can recover from tlic un- settling nlfects of tbc rcvn'i3lion. According (o the accounts of conditions in notu-JtlistanJiii" ids tend lo confirm the opinion In military circles that the German iclicat hunt'ended tor tlic moment. He tho proportions of a vast biiUlt1, in which the ullics arc ullack- inK rclpiillessly. 'TJiis is tjonie out by the fact that the outpost skirm- ishes are over and the cavalry has liccn withdrawn to the roar; also, tlio In a I. defending HIP. roails In the valley of the HrlicUlt, plateaux between Lc- Caienu and Oultc barring accps-'n to tbe Sambrn valley sind the liclphl: of Ralnl GolKiiti and La on, tbc full ol ...____.......... which would necessitate tiio Germans i! (jITuied by Hici Germans dm-1 reireatlng In the Champiignc and oV tiic lasi few dtiyri is assuming li ihr: French to inarch an Menfere1; TI'.o snnio orlllc Is convinced ilial I'l-i Germans by m mfliiis alian doncd Ihelr orifcl'iul liloii cf TUT In3" tfiat having fi. ti LH'ak Hie nllics line es, Von is Washington, D. C., Mav. niany's "clear violations" of the treaties of 179D and 1S2S and her "dis-! Berlin. of Republic in Hun- sin Certain To UP Followed By Revolt in Germany. The. Hague, Mar. 25, via London, March 20. Stories circulated w such that revolutionary outbreaks Imd" occurred "In various perls of Germany, are undue. This is proved'by slatemfnis made todnv- two DulcUmcu ivho arrived here from Al llin sama lime [lie travel- regard of the canons ot international, Icrs report that the Russian TOTOUI- courtesy" were assigned by the Unit- lion lias brought shout, a, tremendous States as the reasons for Ihn refusal change, especially in Ihe southern tt> reafTirm or extend these in Ihe opinions of Prussia run! inents. The iiatB of refusal lo Gcr-1 Prussian militarism. many transmitted through Dr. raulj The Kaiser's theatrical Killer, Swiss minister, was made tlinnUs to lllndcnhurK is only one ol lie loday by the state iicnarliDi'iiL anil i the many Inireruil manoeuvres In ken disc loses that Ihis government ''is scr-lits public iously considering" jviietlier Gcr-' niany's course has uut Mtcni. abro- I treaties, tlie noto says, in view of clear violations by Germ an in the armies i has been shaken )iy Hie victor _r retreat. The Keiser's congratu to Ihu Kins anil Prinn of Havana nre destined to quiet tin rinli-Pnisslan feeling of-thc liavariai people, and the "fact lliat the, Kahui has tnfcon a personal haml in admin islerins coiigralulnliona' to bis people shows lie is fully alive tu the of Ihc situation, not only for Germany hut for Hohcnzollcrn IIOUEB. I Tn artier (o pi forces in both cases are far greater, amounting to' several divisions I engaged in the rc'rent i [llitr this is the''end of I however, Is a moorrnicsilon. It Is gen- erally considered that iho only yller- nallvn to trench warfare is lighting In the oflon, but the nillliary criiic of ihe Purls Midi poluts nut today that there very well, be a third alternative. U. S, Army Being liapidly Put ou a War Footing in- Anticipation of Sweeping Action by Wilson's Cabinet in War Against Full' Naval Force lieiug RccniUert. i GERMANV HAS MANY SUBS READY TO GROSS ATLANTIC TO ATTACK Two More Ships With Americans Aboard rAre Interests of Country to be Called in To Aid (lie Government and Council in Industrial Preparedness. tion u( Ibc t'uycrirj'uiit. and region-1 consisliiiK OH the German siile ol lenders to'conduct thn ivnr ivltli' series nf defensive positions, one ecr- lire They say li.iL lime iicedcil to icslove the tlls- of the army navy aficr Hie or-cnt uiiliRiival and they rcmrd in- :ilenl5 arc hiinlcrini prugicss tills dlruclion. Among is he inovoixient of cxlrcinlEts In put iuM ovcrlhro'v oT tliu llouiunoifs, Imr- aucrats iinil ruling; n the forcfruni of all naiicmal eifoi-ls. This niovunicnt is iHiUcairrl by the appearance in the Socialist 'ruvda of a resolution of tlic Soclal- IciuocraLit1 party's ccntnil commit Ice tivitingr soldiers to tlifi and go over to the Germans. It is as- serled thai Hi esc sici.-s would inmicrli- 'ilely evote a fraternal response the Cenuaus and the would prompHy jicojilc to co-operate in ovcriuruwhm the ruling classes uf Uussia. Sonic1 aoluiers in ire sni'l to spent days In wrang- ling over Ine wonderful ijroinises hclil ;orth by tlie Socialist propiignmla and Lo liuvc sloypnd thinking about the ivar they believe to be over. ics .commanding', another with inter vunine space Tor' inanoucvriiig. 'I'lic VUlllllfi lur uraiiund iiug. iiiu tuuticm imtn n m-.j writer suggesls Ihat this may be Yunlparcil in the rear of (lie present posi- ndt-nburE's miinch-viiunLcd design i lions sooner Ihan expected. There is revolutionize '.warfare. Thn t'er-1 reason (o Jjcllevu (hat grcal milKary man plan, in this case, would be to establish llic three following posi- ]IE, tlie plateaux southwest of Cam- mm Hie establish- ment qf a ItiLssInn republic it nil German nzects in neulnl trlcs, c.spsciaTS Scandinavia, have Philadelphia, Pa., Mar. !'ce" ordcreil lo do dieir-'inmost In T. Yarnall, Ircasurer of the Valley Unilroadkcanipany, and widely irnvcriiincnt tvlio arc Xnown in railroad cirriej, was shot' and probably fatally wounded liy a negro burglar svlioin bis wife- had found in her room at llieir Iionie hero lasl night. Hie members or tlie Riissinii WashiuKlon, Mar. 2tJ. Absolute of HIR -leivs ii) Russia ivitli others tp own property, lo reside In any place, lo teive in Ihe army anil ,tn participate iti cdnr.alional ad- naes nl Hit; noils bus-been ofikmlly, say arlviccs re celved al tlie Russian embassy.. Therefore it is understood [here will no further restrictions ulioii lliu i of DR. FRASER ACCEPTS CALL TO GALGARV. Vancouver, D. C., Jfarch Rev. Dr. llugli Krascr, of the First Trcsbytcrfait Church, has accepted Ihc call 10 KHQX church, Calgjry. Frascr pastor In AVinntpes at one (Inie, hie former liomn being at Mordcn, Mtiintoha. ]Ic came here from'-California ibirtcon yearp apo, Hcv. R. 0. MacDelh of St. I'auVs church, who also is a former Manitoba! an. republicans. Herman arc bpl imsprjTls to or Aninri- ws n'lio ilcsiret7 10 visit com 1113ii Id other persons. False .That They Huri Landed in ade Effective., Wnshingfon, D. C., ildililional infuiilfy vcgiiiienls ami five nddilionnl separate bntlnlions oft Xnlionnl Gunnl Iraops Iiuvc been ordered into federal service t'oiV protection of property in llic event of possible international I order. Troops Imve been called out jn western and middle wcslcru slates, not including EI list ol" similar orders made public yesterday. MINNESOTA M01HLIXATION. SI. Paul, Minn., March of Hie First nesohi infniilry, was ordered today by Secretary JVav fiokeif in a telegram to Governor Buinquist. .__. ST. LOUIS ARRIVES SAFELY. Washinglon, C., March American liner St. Ihc lirsl nrnicd American shin lo cross tlic Atlantic, IHIS safely al lierdcslinnlioii, Secretary Daniels announced today, 1 SUBS READY TO CROSS ATLANTIC. "Washing I mi, March (Special to Chicago ficnnany lias 200 siibmarjnes cnpajlc of crossing the Atlantic according to advices which have reached the, navy Gmiiany has laid down lio new capital ships or destroyers since Ihe outbreak ot" the war, confining Hie new construction ____ jji to submarines. Svdnoy, AiiBiralia, March 25 and battle cruisers in the course of construction of ihe elect- at the outbreak o[ the war, nave been ion tn New South Wales imH- as Iiavt destroyers. Asidc-fi'oiu tliis, (uTfiiany's naval conslviicl- ina geniuses have devolcd their eft or Is to turning on I large i int" en inanoQiiviiii'T in lhr> njiri! llll h.3 :i fJifiiice to snianli In of this, it J seder nearest Paris conllii'JGs to t'io si cue of Ihc lierccst [iRlitlng. So far llicrc Is no doulit the Frenth liave liail tlic best of tho fighting in the open, tor Lhu German attempt to hold the canal rnilcrl wilh their be- ing hurled bacfc for several miles. The vigor OL llic allies' onslaught apnar- cnlly (Jisconcerled Ihe Germans, iniil il is possible may lake lo llic concrete lined trenchus they have nrc- nvcnts now developing to the forefront leaders whoso names are already famous. UASOH. PAFITY BEATEN NN. s. catc Ihat Llic. national govern- incut party ia certain, of 5-1 'seals in IIio now stale legisla- ture, the Independent Labor- itcs having 35, wiLh four seals sllll in doubt, thn sjienker, anil McGowen, tLc ex- Labor leader, are substantially [lefealed. The Issue ivas Iho formatloii of a national stole government to assist the gov- ernment of Ihe commonwcaUn. in the proseculiQD of llic ii.ipers u-ilh starting :iier persons, i t mini asaiiist M. Kcrcnsky, HLISSLUH minister of Justice, and liis supporters, people in tiermaiiy believe thai if llus- .sin. hecoincs a ru-imblic u revolution In (luiTiiaiiy almost certainly be ihe This opinion is shared by j Maximilian llarilcn. In today's v i Xunkunft lits reailorg nnl lo Ihat. the llusstsn revolulion will have ciTcct only tn Itiissia. Tlie revolution, he says, is not necessarily v'directed InslltutiQiis nor TV mild a Gorman republic Hi Ion, Jlar_ 20.' Rumors bavo bnen'iii circijlalioh for several day of tliD landing of Germans in Scot- land or at a place on the Kngliili const received their quietus llltl liouse of commons tort ay. Uhanceltor Donar Law said thai so far as U was I possible io give any reason Ihe1 origin of Ihc rumors they proliably due to Ihc fact tlmi home rie- fense trooys had been lolrt to be ready for an emergency. This often hainienec] Imt in the preseut instance ff.created an imnsual commotion. Keplyhig to Arttniral Sir licdworth -Meux, iiicnibcr of parliament Tor Portsmouth, lion a r Law said that Ihe tuition of blockade )iad fully cousidcrcd by the cabinet with its and that llier were sai- isficd that the rrescnl policy was in principle and efticienl in ad- .hlraLioii. Advices from Germany (lirdiisli neutral sources, ihe chancel- lor seemed lo conlirni tliis view. MOVE ENGLISH CLOCKS APRIL 8 London, Murcli flocks in the unilcd hlnRrtoni. it is announced otllctnJIy, will lie moved ronvnnl one liour April S. Tnc clocks will be moved bad: again Seine-miter J7. In llaly nil clocks will be moved April forward out- hour bchveen 1 mid- September 30. Franct Owned By Hon. A. J. ill (3pecin! to the UtraM) Taber, March residence buildings on tlm C. Y. ranch, owned by lion. A. J. McLean, were destroy- in ivhlcli Hie Lolal loss wns in the nelgli- u'i's oC submarines and to imp.raveiiicnls.iii .suhinersiblc criifl- "FULL NAYVRECRUITED. JUnrcli Wilson look slops lo place Hie nnlion on fooling. By cxcculive order lie (b'r- cclcd Hint llic nuvy be recruited delay (o Ihc lull auduir.- ized war slrcntjlli of enlisted men. Taken in connection willi emergency naval coiislruclion n I ready ordered, this inoaiis (hat Ilic [iresidcnl has exercised llic full limit nf his legal powers J as commamlcrin cluef lo prepare Ihc iitivy for NATIONAL DEFENCE COUNCIL C Washington, March council of national defence called a meet-; ing today of its civilian advisory-committee Ccr April 1, when congress meeta; in extra session." Its aim is to have (lie committee in Washington ready to meet any industrial preparedness demnnds tho president or conerees may WERE AMERICANS ABOARD Washiiifttc-D, March loriiedoeine of the Norwegian steameA WiLfrled with two Americans aboard and the British steamer Cborley, %-ith three Americans aboard iras reported today to the etule deparinicnt. The Wllfricd was warncil by the German, aulimarinc that sanX her, but carried, no contraband or anuauienta. The crews wore landed eafely, Lorhood of There was no in- surance on the contents of Ihc two houses there was sonic insurance on the buildings. The firo started in (he residence occupied uj" U. Coulter, manngcr o[ theTnnc-lt. an overheated slovc-jriiie bcins cause. The servant l tirnl Ihc chil- dren were nlone at (lie anil Mrs. Coulier l in inic. Mr. town, Iml MihvanliPc, Wis.. March ial lo a v.-ill move" Us clocks forward court order isucrl Ijy of beginning March 2-1. aim of a revolution in Germany. It! Curtillnr. Ad Wolgasl now Is a would simply be directed of his wife, who lias liccn appoint-" and rnissian military clifjnrs) of bis eslatn nf they were nhlc to leave llio Iv.iildlng also j in time. Tho Inrns on the ranch pverc ileslroyed -tu ;i fire a MlUc over a year SIKO. who are k-ading tlic German omplrft Wuigasl is now in :i Miliraukcc tiirnl- ji3 rn'Jscry 1 sisrvalion and disaster. sniioiinR Trcni n brain v IT Ihc revolution were lo come Symptoms uC IIJ.T lieci'-iic ap-jv [would ccrtainlv start in the southern! scvcnil inonlli9 ayo and ho [slates, especially in Snsouy and wag swindled out. ol thousands, wlicro'shU-Prussianism rims bought "race horses" Uial liirncd nul QUARTER BILLION TO THE WAR LOAN. high. Will Endeavor to Provide More Equitable Assessrn't ol Ihe presenl method. It rvas poinl- cil oiil llial automobile sales agencies arc assessed nt a very smsiH figure, rcTiilc rclall Rroccry i-oncenis, which inako'a vcrv small ol pro- lil in prcporllon, have to carry Ihcii.'nnd of lo do If a tax on a, rcn- HI hasis Is inslilufcil, if is (lie plan will be rr.oro to he and nought properly Tight and left, acquaintan- ces atnlp. 'To stop nis ivilil career liis wife had him examined. PRINCE IS SI! OWN F MarUM. March via King AKonsc mecivpfl a wirolesa to (no offer t that Prince Fried- ririi l.eopnl'.l of Prussia had been in- formed from France thcvt his second Prince Fricrlrtcli Karl had been It (3 aifo (hou.qht (he plan I phot down by artillery while flyinp E KHI Bulletins From The War Fronts FRENCH ADVANCING Paris, Mar, 26, withstanding bad waalher and the difficult state of the ground, the French rantlnued to lio.hl and io vancc south of the Olse.' The war announced that French patrols reached Fofembray goulh of the Forest of Coucy- 1 The German's made heavy and useless sacrifices, state men V says, in several attacks ytslcrday on captured by the French between the.Somme the Wherever .they ap- proached the French positions they were thrown back by coun- ter-attacks. 'ihat ihcrc will an effort made ID amend the city charier at the ncxl Re-salon to provide a. more cquilalilc asscsamcnL on business concerns in llic city was practically dctMcil at mormng's sosaion of the cily cormc.ll. The plan Is by no means complete, liuI the evident dissatisfac- tion with the present method of as- sessing etocVs of luislnass concerns has led llift council lo dclcrmlnc (hat somri clianpc will have lo 1m r.iado. The council a Intlcr from A. B. nimTop. counsel for .7. II. Tnr- Bcy Co-, in which lie Is to nnhii lo he used in cnidin.c: The council (o fl decLaion. era) ilisrufsfon of Ihn iviiolc matlrrnl City Assessor Mccch is mllicr in- Ihc nr-ii ronvenlion ot thi Union of Tho olT.cial German slalcmenl ot clincd lo favor some plan for Allinrla as nil the Thursday tald 1'tinco Fricrtrich Karl, Ins a rental lax, which taken in rcn-Uowns and rlilra of ihe province nre a of Kmpcrnr anil an Junction with present aasc.-smenl j farr.l wiili the same praties. aviator, hail not returned from OUairct, .llarcli it '.viII be several days yet be- fore- (liR finance tlep.iriincnt re- reive through the ninils from points Ihrouslionl Can- ada Ihc Tinal list of subscrip- Uoiis In Ihe war loan, they are now crrlain that Ihe loan will -.-jaru r; he very much oversubscribed, vl F'nmcc arc contained in Sunday's cas- Minister of Finance Sir Thos. -I'iuaUy lists which sliow I'tc. Duncan WliltR Intimates that IhR total v-nisk fit LethbridRc, wounded in ac- Kiibscriptions including Ihc I'le. lelt I.clhtiridse with subscribed by. Ihc ilAUi UlhbridcQ banks and including tho con- versions Into the new loan of. bonds or stock nf previous is- sues, will agRrCKntc at least a tiuarlcr of a billion doll.irs'. IiulicaUons llial Lcthbr'nfgc men vjarc parilclpallng In Ihc hip drive in j was .laler (ranafcrred to another oat- before going to France, lie rc- sfilctl at .1509 5lli Avc. X. .v JIAUKETS Spot Wheat PURSUE TURKS London, Mar. de- tachmsnls in Persia, pursuing the Turks, have crossed the border il- ls the Turkish village of Mosul, according to an official Announce- ment as forwarded m a neuter dispatch from Petrograd. GERMANS REPULSED Petrogradt Man 26, via Ihe discharge of lour gas waves, the Germans yeaitrday at- tempted to make an advance near Postavy, On the northern part the Russian front below Dv'insk- The war office announces that the Germans rcoulacd. Expires Saturday; nrid Consequently Strike fs' Fully Anticipated. j1 FINDS GOLD NUGGET IN STREET FLOOD WATER lo tas doctors, nvor the Uriiish line !n tlic regioii ot Lccal Wheat 170 nnd other Tirofessioral IVrormr nnd lutl v.'hoEc taxes rvre (heir incomes ivoiiiided prior- May. Wheat hose taxes rvre not in jimporlton tojtrj.Oy ir. (hi; ston-.nrli. Tbc L Local Track Oals clr incomes. Ihe prince would te operalcd on I May Oats.................. Mayor Hnrdio is a fim-j tcilr.y. 'May Flax llclrna. Mor.t, March Gold. washed Jrom tho JiOIs, perhaps, by Ihc rtilninturc flood which In dashing doTn days was dis- 1 covered before the prinripal hotel Hie W. with powers, way eliminate Ihe Lcihbildge over Arras. WEATHEU High........................... Forecast: Fair. he-art ol Helena today by Gcorpe Walker, pTOsldcnt of an Insur- company. The nugget, which Is worth 57, had bocn polished lirlshl I by [ticlioir-.on Ihc paved stroels. Al Ihls time last year, a maggot worlh ?15 was found In a dllrh ivilh- 37 In the outness district. Helena II bufIL on what was once the richest placer ground fn (fie slate. f. HAND OVEft APPAM Washinslon, D. C., Mar, 2S, Immedialc Iranstcr of Ihe prize ship Rl New- port News, Va., lo Iho Uritlsh owners, was ordered today by Ihe Supreme court. This is the last slop in taking the vessel from Lieutenant Hans Jlerpand Ihc German prize crew, loll ow- ing Ihe court's decision that ihe Appnui ik-Jxlvii American v v According to word brought to city Saturday night by Lhe Western Canorta Coal Operators Association, the ouliuuk for a setttu; nont ol present troubles between ilia miners and operators arc far froni bright, and with only till SalnrUay night led. In which to arrive at aii lirecment, there Is not much optimism Ihat trouble will be avoided. Hon.'-Tl Crolhcrs is still confident (hat af- fairs can be patched, .up a rupture, and on Saturday [in went to open scsgioii with renrcacnlalivcs of, both sltlca in an effort (o arrive at soiric basis of settlement. The result was thai four men from each aide were named lo endeavor to draw up a provisional agreement. U is Intimated lliat if the new ruent'Is not signed by iie.Tl Saturday night, Ihe will continue work- ing Jf negotiations have by that time reached a stage Indicating that a set- tlement may bo espectcd shortly sf- tarvanla. The old agreement esiiircV Sntunlny nlghl. YOUTH MUST PAY CAULS AT POLICE COURT Plain field, nine o'clock every morning for five years Elmci' Caylc. twenty, will have fa himself in tlic FlalnAcld. X.J., police court to fulfil the requirements of n prolxvlion nti he was placcil trying to In the hanlware store oT hLsiJathir, ;