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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 31, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta ,VOI.UMK X. E. MA11CH III, NUMUKH Ot CTION V 1 iwll ANOTHER HUN RAIDER AT LARGE IN ATLANTIC Sweeps Down on Shipping ami .Sinks Several Ships Carrying- Grain anil Other JJoiil; Uses Norwegian Flag lo Creep Up On Victims.' Hlo new Ger- man 'raider, alliipliil? pasl Ilio JJrilisli aitil secret as long as possible Ihc presence of tho raider It Ilic South Allandc. All n.iricrs on llirill, on hia're-' turn from bis cab- iiicl. It Jiis iutenliou Lo liavo dnnrr so iiiis winter, but Ihc call lo England delayed his action. Any reorganization will lie confined lo rciircscnlation from Ontario anil, Llie wcslcrn provinces, f ti tlie.event of an llid Congcrvatis'cs feel confident of co'm! ing up as far as.Winnipeg mcmucrs, .which Is half of Ihe scutalion ior Ihe ciilire Dominion. government. MARKETS Spot whe.it.............'----- Local track wheat .i......... May wheat Local track oats May OJlt................... May flax 192 191 55 WEATHER gress Tras made lovnM a settlcniRnt yesterday, and tho miners' renrcscii Lalivcs Ecnllered to all parls of the HigS.............................Wfdrslnct to lay the sUunlfon licfirc the Low........................... 19 I men. Secretary left Calgary Forecast: Fafr and modtralely cold, on Thursdaj'. lo hjakc nrrangcmcnls for" the and fully inslructw' delegates will visit each local iiuloi for (he purpose of explaining the sit unlion. A mcpliug ol Ihe membera ot Lclh brlriec Local Xo. S74 has been callei. for tomorrow aftcruon'. Al Ihls meet- ing Snrrelary Peacock will he present. Peacock has been In Calgary at- tending the conference and has been one of tlio members of. the special scale committee of four [row the min- ers' side who have been working with a similar commillce of the operators in an effort (o arrive at some con- clusion. -t- Meetings will ec held tohiorrow al both Commerce end Coalhurst Tho miners nt Comnierco will enjoy two weeks' enforced Idleness iii'any ac- count, commcncin? Monday, ai 'the mines are lo be pnul down for repairs for a fortnight. One ol Iho difficulties In arriving at '.i ficlllcmpnl or the present troubles between Ihc miners and operators Is (CO.NTlMJKlTaV PAGE iN'cw York, Mar, officers and crew ol Ahc Cnuardcp Or- the arrival of- which' at New York, was announced yesterday p by Iho Associated Press were cheered .before they sailed, says the Times this .morning, by the news that Lhc Ger- iniaii submarine which sank Ihe La- 'conla on February 25 acd tbe Kolla. itarcli 11, among other vessels, had.- been on .the southwest coast of Ireland, between T.uskars and Qucenslown ,ou March 15. .Several of the crew ot the Uic Times says, SQTT IJie command-: !ant in German naval uniform, landed- lir a patrol boat at Prince's landing slafic nl Liverpool at 4 o'clock on Fri- day, March and marched under- aimed escort, consisting of A s'er- gpflnl and twelve soldiers with fined (bayonets, lo Ihe TJale slreet-T ataiion where hn was locked up. ;