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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - March 26, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta / VOLUME XI. LETHBRIDGE., ALBERTA, TUESDAY, MARCH 20, 1 AMERICAN ENGINEERS known to be m the area near ? the present flghtlnR. It Is be- Americans wore captured �^ there, according to the Gorman ? statement, are Amerlciui en- bayonets ns welt as tools since Inviolate isle can no longer,dialm that proud title." . > NTREWRAINE London, March 26.-Resump-\tlon of flgtitl^s In the Ukraine be-tween tha Qtrmnns and tha Bel- ^ ahsvlkl-la reportad in a Reuter diapatoh from'.Pftrograd. The Bolahavlkl ara aald to;hav� recap  � *  * � BERLIN VCCUKIRATKS church bells ..wflre: ringing in ^ * the western front, according to  t> an Exchange Tolograph :dU-  ^ patch from Qojpauhagen, The have arranged; for a special ,,( day ot prayer, .  ' 41 4> � � TAKE FIRM STEPS TO FILL THE GAPS British To Call Up Further Classes at Once-Try .Recruiting Again ' London, March 2C.-To fill the gaps .caused' by the Gorman advance in France, the authorities have decided to place the" recruiting machinery in motion again throughout the' country. In order to assist the government tbe miners have placed the or-gnnlvsatlon of their unions nt the disposal of the recruiting officers. "To place tor all contingencies," says the Daily Mail, "it has been decided to speed up the recruiting machinery, and the men already scheduled for calling up will bo summoned to the colors inore quickly than was intended. The government will take firm measures." s Tho Mail says the events in France have proved to be a great stimulus for voluntary recruiting for homo sar-vlce among' discharged soldiers and men up to the age of 50. KILLED ON WEST rRONT London, March 25.-Prince Henry of Rausa, head ot the younger branch of tho Heuss fnmiTy, has been killed In tho fighting on the western front, according-to a Central News dispatch jquotlng advices I'scelved at Berlin* BOMB HUN T0WI ? > ? ? ? CANADA'S MESSAGE TO THE SOLDIERS. GRiiAjesAy London, Mar. 20.-Turkish newspap ers. a Central News despatch from Amsterdam says, point out tliat on,, the basis dt the right of selt-dotermlna-tion,, the Criuioa must be joinocL to Turkey,' as tho iiiiltlc provinces of mis-sla, have boon joined to Germany. For three liundred years prior to 1774, the Crimea was under Turkish Sui^eranty. It has been reported recently that tho Taurldinn republic, including the Crimea, had been formed at Simferopol. Tho great majority of the population of the Crimea' is Russian and there are very few Turks resident there.' > Ottawa, March 15.-Tho following dispatch was sent to Sir Douglas Halg, field marshal, this evening, by His Excellency, the Governor Gen- > eral, on behalf ot the govern- > ment ot Canada: "My advisers desire me to ? convey to you the profound ad- * miration ot tho Canadian peo- ? pie of tlie magnificent valor ? an(?. endurance ot the force un- ? der your command in 'with-standing the enemy's desper- ato attacks. We have complete : confidence that the German ? drive will be adequately met ? and that final victory will crown the allied arms." > ? * * � -�> HUNSGELEeRATED WERE ARRESTED Chicago, Mar. 26.-More than fifty persons were arrested last night for celebrating the German offensive. Early in the evening police were attracted to one house by strains of. ."Die Wacht Am 'Rhine," and as a result of arrests made there,' federal and civic authorities combined in a . drive throughout German � settlements where it was found that general celebrations we^e ^i^ing held. EFFECT AGREEMENT. Ottawj)^, March ^^5,-Tho agreement which has boon arrived at betwoon the Grand Trunk Pacific Hallway company, and Its maintenance ot way em-plQjraas. is now in the hands of the minister ot labor. Itis rotroijctlvo to Jan. 1, last, and affocts wages,. working conditions,: etc, on the road. MINE SWEEPER SUNK. \^|.^na�n, Mariih 2R.e-Tl\e ndiriirtiity mlnoi'swoeper-lthraugii striking u mine mine, sweeper through strjglng a mine ()n.l .>.. � � french FIGrtTINO  Paris, Mar. 25 .-French (oroea are fighting north of St. Queritln, around Moyn, though retiring slowly, are carrying out strong counter attacks and inflicting heavy losses on the Germans, says tbe War Ot-fioe statement tonight; ', ENSMY LOSS ENORMOUS Loudon, Mar. 25,-raermau agents are spreading alarmist^ro-' ports among the oivilwpopulatlon' around the battle zoi^e^ot nor,thern France, according to,;.,a.-dispat The left bank of the Olse is being held firmly by the French;' "� ' The statement follows: . "Tho battle odntlnuea with'vlefci ence. During last kvoulngand'in, the night the enemy multiplied i his attacks on tbe whole front be-< tween Noyon and Chaulnes. The w French artillery,f well established in the region ot Noyon and 8U|)-pbrted effectively by our Infantry,': Is retarding the German thniit:fl �Fraciuent ^counter attacks haveji; been made and heavy losses fin-!' tllcted on the enemy. ' -I "Noyon was evacuated duringii' the night in perfect 6rd?r.'?;/ Tlie | V Fienqh are bidding:tbejlertjibankli ot the Olse firmly." - , , ,\Z- -li WEATHER High Low for���it-.F�lr and mjljl, - .'V/^? 01 18806346 0 75 365?26 ;