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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 1, 1916, Lethbridge, Alberta VOLUMK ALBERTA 191 i NUMBER 1 Says Germans Will Fight Till Cruel Enemies Are Crushed via August Emperor according to n tcl TO VISIT COALDALE By way Hue CounterAt of a the hcthbrldso Board of Trade will visit Coal dale tomorrow on the of tho inniial Coaidalu The Hoard haw buoii invited to attend in a boly and ninny re It ES NOW AMPLY i egrnm received here today from thu picnic is to lio hold ia Hie Krove of lha Nurser he a draw jng card Tor tho people who arc SWeIlcring in the has issued the following proclamation to the forces on land and tlie second year of tho world war has Like the first it was for Germanys arms v year On all fronts you inj llicted new and heavy blows to tlie Whether tho enemy borne down by the force of your at or whether reinforced by forj eign assistance collected and spread into from all parts of the ho tried to rob you of the fruits of former you have alj ways proved yourselves superior to Even where Englands tyranny was namely on the free waves of the you victoriously fought against gigantic Your Kaisers appreciation and your grate fnl countrys prnud admiration are as I Employees of Local Tailor Shop Biircd tor your deeds for your unshakf en for your bold daring and for your tenacious j Like the memory of our dead heroes your fame also will endure through all j Laurels which our overconfij Abe a fifteenyearold boy is dent forces have won against the enjin the hospital and Steve a Gretk Rush into Street Covered With Burning Liquid cmy In spite trials and dangers are is uarlly used up as a result of inseparably linked with devoted and untiring labors at rcceivecl a sasolme Strength at home has sent an occurred just before noon today fresh inspiration to tho armies in the j in Hyts tailor shopon 3rd Avenue It has continually quickened opposite the Hull Wiley is our has kindled Germanys en1 badly burned about the face and arms thusiasin and has terrified the while IIyta arms arc burned and his Mygratitude and that of the fatherjface tfie nation at The working in the pres strength and will of ihelng ahpp at the rear Qf the enemy arc not yet We mustiwhon for HomG unknown rea continue severe struggleIn order goll the gasoline tank throw tosecure thesafety of of the tank homeland to preserve the honor of theovQrthBiir ran scrpfimlnij fatherland and the greatness Whether the enemy wages war with force of arms or with calculating to his hair in nyig iip and down ftfe screaming for He was hurfiml to the Jackson drug store and Doctors ering were rial led to CANADIANS EECEIVE U NIOX JACK AM German Case Before Neutrals Has BeenLnst Forever By Latest Outrage Count Von Bolhmcrs army is jrqMjrled lo be almost enveloped by the Russians in says In dispulcli from Cossack divisions after Ihc occupation ol are said lo have destroyed the railways behind the Austrian Tlie Germans are withdrawing from their heavy ar food and munitions says another dispatch from The city of in is said to have been completely evacuated by the BRITISH LOSSES IN JULY July British casualties reported in the months of July in all the war areas totalled officers and j fffif A we shall continue as botore j Conller am Lov into the third year of the tno Hyt Wa3 also spirit of the duty to and for treatment The fire rlepart iin unbending will to victory permeates raent was ou to stop cur homes and fighting force quUe day as in the first days of the mudl danlngo to the which is With Gods gracious help I am Tho hoy vlnced that your future deeds 01 street North equal those of the past and Main via Diplomatic Germany already must be sorry that the marine commanders in Belgium assassinated Captain Cor the results of recent steady eudea I vors to appear before neutral coun tries as the keener of international law has been HWUJJC completely That is plainly the effect here where the outburst against German liultur is heard Publication of the fact the act for which Captain 1 tKffeted death was sixteen j mouths old serves only to accentuate the anger of the A crushing comparison between the cases of the I aud tlie Brussels appears These two piclures show the presentation by the Duchess of Argyle to j ja Gazette de which HAVE IMMENSE EUIPMENT NOW react ing with more than usual vigor north of tiie have made counterat tack after counterattack during the last 21 hours without in any way changing the positions of tluf According to the French official re ports all attempts of the Germans to regain lost ground have been beaten oil by French rifle machinegun and artillery while the work of strengthening and adapting the new ly won trenches is being carried speedily and methodically by the engi neer French commanders regard the situ ation on the whole as excellent and say that arrangements in the rear of attacking forces have reached a itch otperfection never before Ma terialof all kinds is in far according to the actual and is in attempt advance IBank clearing records for trie past time is three years were shattered in I The fury of German assaults and f effectiveness engaged representatives of the Canadian in the grounds adjoining Buckingham Palace of a flag and the gift of tlie women and children of i hospital five hours A coroner jury brought in n verdict of accidental Prominent Farmer Digging Well death and exonerated the SAD SHOOTING AVil iliam aged a well known cit jizcn of North was shot by his 10yearold son last when the hoy accidentally discharged a shotgun playfully aimed at the Hardy j was asleep on the Tho charge entered his body and be died in the s Here Is in is Crushed by Cavein Special 10 the Bow July Edward Con a prosperous farmer living about 14 miles from this place was fa tally injured while digging a well on Friday A heavy piece of dirt fell from above on his head causing concussion of the and while the unfortunate man vas rushed to the town hospital be succumbed to the injury Saturday evening about 1T t AGAI New previous re in the epidemic of infantile par The interment was held in alysis were broken During the the Bow Island cemetery this afterj 24 hours ending at 10 oclock this a large concourse of people folj morning the plague lulled 57 children the remains to their last restin the greater city and 150 new cases ing The services were held were reported by the health lepart urider the auspices of the of the Zep pelin airships which raided the east ern and soutumuitern comities of Rng land last night was picked up by scnrchlights and fired says a southeast coast dispatch to the Cen tral Newa it is believed that the airship was hit as she appeared to tremblo and then Raided Eact Coast B eastern ilounties of UnglancI had droplied by the Zeppelin airships lnst I It was offldially announced this even Ing that there were no caoualtles what ever as the result of the projectiles thedropped by the Zeppelin airships last DINED PARLIAMENTARY DELEGATES July Majosty6 gov ernment gave a dinner to the tverieas parliamentary Pre mier Great increase the number Touch With Many Who Will Come who is to represent the provincial department of agriculture in Lethbridgo in issuing certificates to harvest reached the city last night and has taken quarters in the witness room at the court Mr Weir will be prepared to act in cooperation with the board of trade and other mediums to aid the farmers of the south in securing all the harvest labor they He is in touch with a large number of harvest hands in the United States who are willing to come here for the He states that the soldiers available from Sar cee wili not begin to fill tho need and of deaths is attributed to tlie seasons i other arrangements will have to be worst wave oE I BarikersShow To Meet The Farmers Needs NEW SECRETARY July TCd ward a barrister and Un iohist member of parliament says with a sudden unseen the Lusitania was sunk and over defenceless women and children Germany found it cause for A medal was struck in 1 honor of the event and the school j children were given a When tho submarine commander was lying in wait for the Lusitania he knew that if he failed he could sneak Captain Fryatt endeavored to force the German submarine to sub He knew then that failure for was today appoint ed to he the new chief secre tary of Ireland succesion to Ineant instant yet accord Augustine The new j ing to that winCh Germany has chief secretary will be given so anxioiis to spread in a seat in the No new I wlile u was rigilfc and ilonorabie to lord lieutenant of Ireland will v j sink the LUSjtania with its human be appointed to succeed Lord it wrong and treacherous who resigned after I Qf to attempt to save his ship from a similar Would it not be well Cor everyone to consider what sorioi place Elirpe would be if German ideals emerged victorious from the present cultural conditions havte upset the the outbreak of the Dublin bell With one month left in which to ship out the remaining surplus of last years Southern Alberta the dist rict has now passed the bushel Eleven points have pass sitious about Clery and are gathering Heavy fighting is looked for in the British Repulse Germans of Bazcntin LePetit in the region of the Somme the Germans last night attacked Brit ish positions but were successfully re it was announced today by the British war Another Failure via of the River iu the Somme re tlie ed two attacks in strong force against the French positions in the Lihous sec says the official statement by the Freucli war Both at tempts failedbefore the French It is German Official via troops have driven the British forces in Northern the toll levied by the flames is placed at It is possible the list may be fur ed the million bushel with Foreout poureaux Wood in the region pi most within striking distance with river in was offic Stavely and High ially ann0unced today by German head I River have been added to the million iterranean with her German or Austrian Charles ther augmented when later reports i Himterr reported He believes come in from outlying farms and set he ett the submarine Iv class list siiice the last The financiallossMs as yet impos sible although known to he Jliitlieson is practically wiped out the losses including the Toronto and Northern Ontario railway station and of the United Farmers of arrived home yesterday after yisiting Winni where he attended a meeting of the Canadian Council o Agriculture and also met with the Hoard of Dunham says tho meeting of lie council of agriculture was a great success and should be productive of much For one thing it was nut on a nernwneat baa is with a permanent secretary whoso head office 1 J0 and ar rangements were made to finance the Among other matters dealt with by the rural districts more and homelike tends to increase the value of the land and therefore the loan Cochrape is in ashes from the Prince George hotel The Abitibi companys pulp mill at Iro quois Falls is A tabulation of the loss of life in the forest fires of Sunday is made up companies will in the end havo bcttci reportg totals as security bccauso of this objectionable jtollows The matter of loaning inonpj on j livestock was also dealt with I ho r new Bank Act allows tins but the hanks are just now working j out a scheme to bring the amendment info All tho members of lh council are to consider the line which should be followed and at the meeting will submit their ideas so that further amendments to tli3 act 14 101 Matho on 3o 2 Iroquois 12 jochranc 20 MONEY RATES July 30 fllfi pence per 4 per Discount short hills to Throe 5 to 5 WAS CASHIERED July Arm the Reserve Field Artillci has been by general court martial to be cashiered Fernie Miners Again Idle In Deadlock At Calgary the bankers and farmer rerresenta1 making loans on livestock more iir ic jper cent may be asked for at the nest The discussion oE this lem was on a Very high The meeting with tho Board of lives was tho question of some of the loan companies term obnoxious The unearned increment tax and the wild lands tax in this proJ vince were put in that class by Grain Commissioners had to deal with of the members of the but j the hybrid grain ticket now practic representatives strongly J ally sauctlorioil by custom arid IP defended this claiming in use in this The convmis that anything hat tends to fill heird both sides but will the country with Battlers and make Vo decision until later MARKETS Track wheat 127 October 125 Octobar 43 bctofaer Flqx 187 WEATHER Low 83 49 Forecast Fine and very Special to the miners are again idle arid a mass meeting is called for The unofficial state ment is made that the pro also Tlie failure of the con ference at IP tho canst tho stoppage Local Situation IiRthbridge miners are still at work in the Gait mines today while the un lioh and operators ollicials are still at tempting to get together in JAM of the men hero are not back at but so far as Local Union J574 is the men are Those who are not in their places are Staking a little The action ofthe Fernio miners in walMng out again jesterday morning has once more erabarassed the situa the strongest hope ia ex pressed by both and operators locally that the trouble will be clear ed up without delaj Get together CalgaryrAitf to noon today I the representatives of the miners un ion and the coal who are holding separate meetings in Calgary had not got together or i joint con Neither did there appear to beany possibility of their meet this morning while the union of ficials spent most of their time in trying to get a line on the situation at where the men are on strike In view of the attitude of the min ers the people here in touch with the situation are predicting that the union officials will shortly find themselves compelled to make astraight come through or strike demand on tlie operators in connection the ten percent war bonus This of course is only Both sides are extremely in giving out for publication President Lewis Stockett of the oper said there might be a meeting of the executive today but he Was up On the eastern front the German ot ficial Russians are exhausting against the German line on the Stokhod in in fruitless REPRESENT THE Party Leaders to Move Resolu tion Declaring Canadas Attitude in War the war an nivorsary meeting to be helrl on Mo GUI on Friday evening next Rodoiphe former post master vill act as official rep resehtative oE the Liberal party ill sup porting the resolution to be moved b Sir declaring Canadar attitude in relation tothe cpntinuaaci of the war until victory s won by thi allies It was at first hoped to have the ra solution seconded by Sir Wilfrid Laur but the Liberal leader is enjoyim rest at Murray and could not it is conveniently in Montreal A the Canadian w ;