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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - April 25, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta VOLUME XI. LKIMHUIIKIK. ALBERTA. liKHSDAV, Al'lUf. 2."). I'MS M MI'.I.H II I l)s� iv.ition eliowH ii (jPiir hriMk �>! L'n yitnls in Vidl!! ill I'lc /,i'('tiriiK>;i> Miilr at rhr \ iiidu-tivi- Rot aluiiK^lilc tin' *.!', -Mule it �as found tliai of flu fciiiriccii .;2|i;ansv.ay, aboar.1 all haii ......u .Lot to' ,j ('.-inadian Exploref Lies ' �� ' � - '....... "..... ' DanjjerousJy III on Hcrschcl and i.ii'iii. (', i'' Island and laiulfil on tbr first irdu"' of Hit? AIolo (m( lo,-:f n'n'i'ly fi'oiii tile ten-. it)U) Hlu'll lilt' From tin' liilny i'opcs and roii(> laddi'i's. "Tlicy to taki? our laddors." eaid a niarlnr. hut wf If't tl.otii i oni iif within It II yaitlH ami tlicn hlmv them iiway with gronadf;. Kveiy oiif of ju Imii Bifiiades and tiiad" llu- iilaio Jiyoly Willi theui for an hour. \Vc � huHed the Ofrniuns tliroiiKli sliding iloors and uiid'Tsround iuihsuho-^. Sonip of fhem run hut otlifr.-i koI Info (;orner� un�t RMiptd al Ud Willi rifles ami mai liiuf Kuns. Kvidenily tlicy were prepared for a po-jsible at tack as the whole place v.a^' ntuffod j^ v ith niarliluc Kuns," How The Ship Got in How the \'iiuli' tive went in !�� thus lif.-icribed hy an' officer of the uiariiies: "All tlie shipM \iT't't\ the �inoke cloud fifyici', iliii Hinallesi Kivin^ off .'i." -i ]iiinli :i>i Iho larBest milII there wan ii.i inipreiictrable >inoke wall all th'> vay trolii ZeebnitJKe to Ostend. 'I'liiH 'i (|.;ieivei| (lio defenders for a while liui when they found ns and sent up btar ;-liells, wo .steamed fhousU and K�t liejl. They Got Hell "All our nii'ii weri^ on dei 1; and wo Wfrc Hlielied uuceasinKly for twenty iiiiiiule:!. The Vindictive hiid three liowilzcr:'. an.l before we left the crew of the fori-u^o.-tt j;uii had been wiped out three time.'* by the gunners asliore. Our ^unnMs did remarkably well and liunipd lydite Inio the tiermaii pun-liers on I ho beaeli. '.Si!veral (ierman de-droyers wero nlonc;slde the .\1o1h aud thrpe of them kepi, firing at the Vindiettvo at clone rauKe, We (harged one and threw in fifty boinhn. A loud exploaion followed and \ye do not know what hecuniP ol them. "After fllnklHR a destroyor. wo forced our way ashore at the point of the bayonet, and eharited a jjuii crew vhicji had be(>n glvlni; much frouble. lulling many and dl.'p-; slmnld be tihtained a mern ([iiesiion of exiicil-j .itlacka have been ;(ivciiiiieTt j in a White Hook ajipcat-- a bvli r from It. Von Wild of 11m> 'e .man war min Istry in lierlin to \'nn I'.iin'ii sci'klnr. informutlon n^Karilini: liif lic^i ne-aii^ ol blowinK up vailro; i| I'lin.; "ill the I viini of an Kuroiieaa vji, ' 'IIh' siu nificant point is ih.-i ili .- Iciit-r was written March 11.'. liMl. alKuU five inonths befori" the oM'iircal. of the u ar. 'riil� letter ' ".\rco.'''r reports �several railway train wi.i. l.lin\!i up by ri'VolutiotlariPs (in: mi; Hir uonl.les ' in .Mexico, lu orrter to form an opin ion. whether, in the even! of an Kur-nil)fr of ! parliament for (ilcni^arry, died at hi; - Itepeati'il i homo '.I lie'lpalli ('ii-.ini, .\Ic>ni i-e.'il. man emperor ^^Pril I'-ith. .Mr. .1. .Mi Martin. .Ml', lor � (;lenp;arry. in the Kei|fr;il pnrliameni WHS successful as Hie only rniiinis' candidat'' to he eb i ted in Ontario by acchiniatlon at the last cl. ction. He was able to take his sia' in pailia in� nt but fidlowini' lii.- (.fiirn tu .Montreal a ft w days after ih'' limine open ed his londitlon tonli a ma\i tiirc. British and French Heavily Engaged Before Amiens, But Repulse The Enemy Geimaiis .Again Knocking at Door of .Xiim-iis But Hitve IVI;uJ'; I Liltlr Proi;rr,s.s New Offcii.'^iv Is On a Smaller Scale ritan Iliat of lew Weeks .Vgo. BRITISH REPULSE SE\ER.AL ENI-MY ATFACKS, INFLICTING HEA\'\ LOSSES; FRENCH LOSE VILLAGE, BUT HOLD LINES ALLIED AIRIN �'LAY NEW ROLE Watch (I'ermans As They Fi�rh( And Report Kvery Movement I'rciii h I IcailMiiarlers. .\piil -I - i (X'i.i );l,>s|ves idac^d on Unes ' i"*^ toward .Vmiens and ninse.|ii..!il ly Iri.siinien, II i.� notiii!:f; b at the!wb.l'h wei" lit!l.> jnaided. or were HUGE U.S. LINER Hian tlie old i'.aim of a powerful rcli^;ions orKani/.ition to defy the l.iw (if Oie land in :i mattei- v.liicii i i!i not rveti remotely religious." I The Times pioceed; to s;iy that the I re-ponsibiliiy of Hie llisli komall Catji-! oln liishops is inr iilciiiably serious lli(! attacks c.irrietl out on the trains }�� ipnitlnK a c'j.irKe of dynamite, or by the einpUv iiient ol infciTal machines ^f'up,. Von I'.iiieii reiilyin;; frotn .Mexico, where ii is now known llial he was indiisiriouslv idaiiliim the seeds Fear Workmen Have Been Imprisoned Below W'aterline And Are Drowned a;id must nol be forpollen, "It is ; of Cerniaii pn)iMi;:ir.di:. did not reRard HirowinK down, ii (hallense to (In^ Im- . 'lie operations ..f i)ie .Mexican revolu periai p.irli.imeni." the Times i on-; I ionarles as of .my partitular value, tiiiiies. �The Roman Ciithidit llier-' ''"ur niontli; hue: lie wrote inini .\lex-an liy has liene far more Hum to re-{'co City: peat tlieir old ohscure Intel veiitioii as j "! am coiivim i>l fiom iiersomil piers. She listed sud- denly to port. Masts antl funnel ZeebruKB" -Alole. is yuonMl as suyint? ('ame in contact with the roof of the tlliU (he explo.slon of the sulmiarine caused much concrete to tall from the Wole. llendull said; 'It was a silent and nervy husiiiess. ^Vo wen^ KOluK full tilt when we hit th(( viaduct. If was a good jolt and W.e. ran riciit into tho middle of llio Viaduct and stuck ther(fus we Intond-�m1 to do. 1 don't think anybody said nnvthinB except, 'well, we aro here all llKlit.' "We lowered a skiff and stood by �hile the commander touched oft the hse and then tumbled Into the skiff md pushed off. Ity bud luck the pro-^)oller fouled the exlmuist pipe ai)d left tis with onl.v two uarH und two minutes to Bct uway. The enemy IlRhts were on us and the muehlno guns were firiuK from tlw Bliortt. IJeforu wo made 2ui) yards tho sub-marine went up and there was a tremendous flash nnd roar and lotM of loucrotn from th� Mole fell around Us. Luckily we were not 8tru�k." Lieut. Stundford. who cumniunded the submftrluo pays tribute to tho Kal-lantry ot hU crow which numbered five, und speaks modestly of bin achievement. The Uoutenani said: "There is no doubt about our KOttlnR through. I set the fuse roynolf and I (hink It was done all right. Wo wero lucky tn being picked up ^y the picket boat. The firing from tho shore was severe and only the fact thut the sea was rough U:outluuo(l uu Page pier shed, this apparently, preventing her from turning over entirely. While the workmen ou board wore Jumping Into the water or climbing to the pier, other laborers hurried to the roof und endeavored to make fast the musts and funnels. These snap \ jied one at a lime, however, and ihe bow of the vessel settled on the bottom leaving only about l.'iO oi' -HO feet of the after purl of the ship abovi the surface. .Many workmen appear to have hotm imprisoned In the hold of the St. I'uul. Observers from the topt* of the buildings overlooking the pier saw rescuers cutting boles tn Ihe part of the hull above water, lelilng dowu luilders and bringing up the men who h�d boeii imprlBoned. Passengers on a passing vessel also reported Uiat they could sea men at wurk on tho eiposed part of the hull cutting holes through tho side with gas flame torches. ix Or*%vn�ci At least six men were drowned and a number o( others are mlttlng, according ts> some ot the workmen, who were atibwed to leave the pier Kivp of the known dMd wera laborers, and one was a member ot the alrlpi crew. BROKE UP MEETING OF SINN FEINERS Siiii KranriRco, April 24.-.Nsents of the (lepannient of jiisliie broke up a nieetluK being addressed by Mrs. Hun-!Kih Sheoliy SUeffjnKtoti, widow of a leader of (he .Sinn Kein rebellion, forcibly removed her from the platform and deiuiiied the chiHrman of the nieetint?. Wm. Shortt, formerly a I'n-iled .Sta�(^s marshal. Itesentment im thn part o{ .drs. SkeffiuKlon's uudilins against the officers became so HireateniiiK ihat it was necessary to turn in a hurry-up call to disperse them. The police scattered several gatherinKti of persona before thrtiats lo rescue Mrs. Skef-XinKton and Sliorlf t ould bo put Into execution. then iRiiiliiiK il !�> an electric c urriMit as soon as rite ir.iin had reacleil Hie appoiutcil j.'.ai i- I consider it out of the question Hi:i! exjilosions lyeparetl In lliis way would have lo be recl- otter, pass for miles through revolutionary districts :uid have no protection other than a pilot train. Infernal ipuchines. so far as I know, have never been employed " Great Preparations Another letter to Von Papon (mm the manager of the Potsdam branch of the Discoulotiesellschaft, has this poKtcripl: "Wt> have never before .seen sucli preparations for we.r as are heiuK madi> at present (lerman ^;over^^-nieut stocks fell today one per lent. Kind rcKards ' � (SlKlieill "U. .Mimell." This lettei- was regarded as of par ticular, interest by the Uriiish compilers of (()rrcspondenci> in view of its date. .luiy Itii4, while iKjKOtia-tions wi.'re still in jirogress to avoid war. ;.erriili ii;ii's of lialtli- s'lnadron.- wer disti ili.ucil s(� i:s to tl.iiik :".iil li.'i f;ice the enemy s progress. Iinnieiljately battle i-nKUseil oar air siiaadrons nol only reported the mnvements but delayed tliem hy attacking troops ami train.iiriiiK til' lirst two ila.v-i of tlie j battle, mists prevented activity, but i oil .Marili there followed Hie most .severe iiir biinle yei i.iu>;hl. The Vienna.1 air service w:is Hiounlit to have l.eeu defeateii. and until .March we liad had niiciialleiiKecl mastery of tlii^ air. Kor a week the r.erman army was without eyes or ears. On llie latter date llarou Von Ulclitholi's si|iiadron ;ippeared cm Hie battle lielil. iiut It was tlim toi late. The delay in the air servit e (Jernians loss of valuable lime. THREE FIRES IN WAR RY. SHOPS Are Suspicious-Destroy Material- One Arrest Much THREE KILLED IN PARIS OMMARDID Paris. April :M.vTha bombardment of Paris by long rung* cktinon was resumed today. There %ne> no cas-ualties llamlUon. Ont., April 2.').-Three men wcj-e kilhid and a number injured this moruing, iiV an explosion at the plant of the Kitmilton Tar and Am-niania Compaky. The dead are: Alfred liigrani. suiit.; Harry Sylvester, (ieorge Cameron. The cause of tho accident is unknown. The force ot the explosion hurled two of the men through a brick wull. INCORPORATE CRIMEA WITH UKRAINE LORD ROTHERMERE RESIGNS HIS POST London, April 2S.-Lord Rother' mere, brother of Lord Northellffe, hae reeigned from the office of eretary of ttata for the air force*, It it announced today. Lord Rotharmer* said that hia resignation wjis due to Increaalng Ill-health aa the result of Inaoirt-enia and the burden of reapoliti-biUty In hi* work. Ainsleril:itn, .\pril U.'i.-A deputation fr(mi llie Crimea hum arrived it Kiev to urge on tlie I'kraiiiian lladi tho Incorporaiion of the erinu-a in tho I'kriiine. accordiuK t(� a despatcii from Kiev to the l^ukul Anzelger of Berlin by wtiy ot Vienna. Tlie government of .Minsk and the distri'l of llomel also have sent deputations r;: (luesting union with the I'kraine. The eicrman odlcial statement of Wednesday said that tierman troops hud reached .'^Imferopal. capital of the t'rimea. A Kreat part of the government of .Minsk has been under Cerman control fur some time as has Homel. Lima, Ohio. Apiil :'.V -Federal agents today are investi^;allug three tires which broke out simullaneouslv in llie Lake Krie and We.stern r:iil-road sliops I'.ero lust ni^lii and practically destroyed the plant, valued at I$,".iio.iiu0. One arrest l,'e,'!i made and il is said others may Ic made iliiiiii!; Ihe day. Property loss imiiided at least ten locomotives urgently needed in war work, a new iiuin of troop (luclies. just completed, and a score of other coaches. Ten thousand dollars worth of Liberty llond subscr!pt|i)ns wee burned In tlie ollice of the shops. Fov some time u considerable jiart of Lima was tlireatened by the fire. FIRE BOSS KILLED Pernie, April 24w-While auMi^ intending tha placing of � heavy timber in one of tha mlnaa of tha Crew'* Mast Pa*a Coal company at MIehai today, Pira leaa Will-lam Dunnwa* tha atlck wMab faU on hiMj M�iao cruahiid, him Wwt ha npind al two o'clock ' thl| aftarnoeh' Amsterdam, April 24-The Het volk announce* that the German miniater to the Netherlands has left The Hague for Berlin and that the Dutch minister to Germany I* on hi* way from Berlin to Th� Hague. SCRI0U8 PROBLEM The Hague, April 2S.-Speaking today in tha firat chamber of Tha Natharlanda parliament on the aand and* gravel quattlons with Qarmany. tha Dutch foreign miniater declared ha could not and muat net conceal from the chamber tha fact that the quea-tlon waa a vary aarlBua one. Ha aald ha could net aay any mora about It- With the British Army in France. April 25.- (By the Associated Press.)-Vigorous British counter attacks towards Vil-lers-Bretonneux .ipparently re suited in the reclaiming ot a considerable part of the territory lost to the Germanr yesterday. The battle is still raging and it is too early to make claims. London. April 25.-Heavy fighting continues on the s.3Ctor east of Amiens. Reuter's correspondent cit British army headquarters reports. The Germans obtained a footing in D'Aquenne Wood, west ot Villers-Bretonneux, but the Brit-isii counter attacked and drove tliem back to the fringe of the wood. At sever.Tl places the Brit-isli have retaken ground and their position has improved consider-Sbly. Both British and German tanks participated in the fighting around Villers-Bretonneux. Two British tanks, the correspondent says, got ,-tmong a mass of Germans and did great execution. The Germans made a determined attempt to rush toward Kem-mel Hill, but without appreciable effect. The French counter-attacked and restored the position. HEAVY LOSS London. April 25.-Severe fighting was in progress all night in and around Villers-Bretonneux and still continues. Heavy casualties have been inflicted on the enemy there. On the Bailleul sector the battle is continuing over a wide front. TAKE HANGARD Paris, April 25.-The Germans have captured the village of Han-gard on the front southeast of Amiens, the War Office announced today. The battle continued with violence throughout the night in this region. The French lost Ha�u gard. recaptured it. and finally were Sixain forced out of the town, but are holding the ground immediately around it. London, April 25.-Three attacks made by the Germans on British positions east of Amiens have been repulsed, it Is rnnounc-ed officially. On the Flanders front late yesterday, the Germans attacked French positions northeast of Bailleul and were repulsed. Early this morning after an intense bombardment they renewed their attacks In this sector and again at British positions farther east. The British regained ground around Villers-Bretonneux by counter attacks and took prisoners. ON SMALLER s'" ai �r London, April 25.- (Oy Reuters Ottawa Agency)-The resumption BRITISH DOUBLY REPLACE NUMBER OF GUNS LOST London, April 2S.--The Britleh have lost nearly one thousand guns, between Tour and five thousand machine gun*, and tha total manufrcture of ammunition of between one and three weak* *inee the preeent battle in Franca began, Winston gpancer Churchill, miniater of munltlena, told tha houae of commana taday. All th**e loaae* have baan made gaed. ' The munltlena ministry, aaio Mr. Churchill, placed at tfia diaiMaai of air and ground sarvlcsa mere than twice the number af guns lost or dastraysd In ths battle in Pranc*. - Thara war* now, he added, actually mors sarvlosabia guna as a whole and more of every calibre than thara ware at the beginning of tha batti*. Mr. Churdhlll *ald alrplan** war* being produced mere rapidly than trained pileta ware and that v*ry tank loat wa* r*plae*d by another �nd bfttar on*� of the German offensive seems on a much smaller scale than formerly. Its objectives in yesterday's attack were exclusively limited. It is possible that this is do: to the realization of the great slaughter which has been attending the Teuton headlong rushes but the en3my has huge forces assembled in the neighborhood and if local thrusts like that which captured Villers-Bretonneu)'. yesterday can be repeated the enemy is sure sooier or later to take advantage of those gains to push on to the utmost at the best moment. As in the case of the attack which captured Armentieres. the enemy made two thrusts against Villers-Bretonneux yesterday. One was made against Mount Kemmel and was repulsed. The other was launched against Villers-Hangard where the Germans were evidently anxious to wipe out a salient and capture high ground on both sides of tii� road le^iding to Amiens before ^ttemDting another general ad-'ance. The other enemy attacks yesterday were clearly diversions. Correspondents at the front state that no British tank* have been in action for two or three weeks. ' Miih Hie llriush Army in I'raiice, April IM. (Two PM.lHard fi�i)i)nK developed liiis inoriiinc on tlie southern bnftlefronr ilie enemy nttacting soulh of flu Konime. uIoiik (lie line of VillersHretomieux. HaiiKard. Hailles ' aud Caste!. Karly developments in-dicateil that (he Cermans were trying I for only limited objectives, i On the llritish sector Villers-nret-toiienx wliiih uestle.-- on a rlilKc overlooking Ihe long stretili of the Somnie Valley, was the storm center and here jtlie enemy for the first time since the ' �ar be^an had tanks In action. Tlirei' I of these euKlnes of war accompanieil i the storming infantry, which at latt'si reports liad battled forward into the 'eastern oulskirls of the town, wlHwe 1 severe tiglitin:j; look iilai e. I From the French sect-ir tame word ; 111. I the Ceinuins had made very Kliglii. I�r waa also e-gau their attempts to advance on the lino passing ViUers-Bretonnaus, Han-gard, fialllea and Castel. The first attacks were repulaed, but, subee-quent attacks caoCered abovt VIMer*- . Bretooneujc, h(iTe caused ft British withdrawal from this vlllagp, according to a report from Pistd Manual iialg. Thia murka u Qerman gain ot (CONTIt^UfiU ON P4QB SOU. A 07770360 ;