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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 3, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta VOLUME AUGUST 1917 NUMBER 198 WET WEATHER STOPS THE OF ALLIES IN BELGIUM KUSSIAS NEWFOUND DICTATOR AND SIUKS ARMY TO ACTI OX Germans Claim to Have Taken Capital of Bnk owinaFroin Ilctrcatiiig Itusshm JlAS BEEN SCENE OF BIG FIGHTING via He capital of has been captured by tho Teuton forces according to official statement Is sued the German genera Czcrnowitz has been scene o tome of the most bitter fighting o the war and lheABukowina capital hai changed from to Russian hSffls altogether ten Czerhowitz situated on iUver Pruth and is about 140 miles soil Hieast of the capital of Before lie war its populationvail about 1 Stlji Retreating i In has been evacu ated the waroffice announced Tho Russians are now engaged with the AustroGerman forcer nr the Illver Between the Dniester and tho Pruth tlie lius sianretirement is The Russian forces in southeast the otter a batjle withthe re tiredacross tie river Zbrocz at Its confluence with the river Improvement TnMorale j Times corres on the dato o July3iyc reports pfjiniprpe lii the Russlai army of ffieisfe against arid Th correspondent that the affecte KiiBslan regiments have returned I the Emperor William and Flel Marshal Von MaVkeiizeii according t the same dispatch made a triumph ant entry Into NEW PU5SIAN MIMJATURE These pictures show Uie youthful Socialistic War Minister when were addressing IrnniiB preparatory to the recent activity Today he Is lack at the Iront attempting to stave of fresh Blood arid iron will win he Want Voluntary For The Patriotic Fund Discontinued Now lire Ibe annual It wasalso decided to increase the granls by equal to 10 per President Tweedit held out tor a the coming year Cal Lothbrldge Turner Con nacher iiroviuclal meeting of the Southern Alberta branch of the Canadian Patriotic Fund hero it was decided that the branch raise during tlie year commencing provided the Dominion Govern ment declined to accede to the unan imous request of the meeting that fund should no longer left to vol untary contribution but be j Voujd Not AllowIt tqGircuj late Here Because Libel Oh Canadiais raised by the Dominion by jand the separation in thus doing away with fund The resolution asking the Dominion government to tike over the tuud was as follows Be in the opinion uf this meeting tlic voluntary system of raising for the Patriotic he and tljat the maintenance of the dependents of soldiers and sold iers provided by the Dominion government during the balance of the as specified by the Canadian Pat riotic rund and that a copy of this resolutlonlbe telegraphed at once to the Honorable Prime Minister of SirHerbert And patriotic funds Ir Canada be advisedby wire and askei to support this Sir ead to tho housa a rom Fpihering harrd regard tbiCan idarand Canadian if Fid dlers fan br Arthur bpo BULLETINS AGITATOR dispatch from Llmit military au thorities at kiev Have En Ig Mow Spreading East fi Broken Uys Reports this forenoon to the let was apparently Jneantto attractgeneral offices stated that a general attention to allegedshortcpminns on rain hud slarted during the night the part of the British government in and west and was continuing Iho matter Ram from anil would as far east as in so far a jt were held pies of the result of if 1 A M iifikthiiiiii ect as far east as rwhiie failure pn thp part otthe British gov ernmerit receivinga good It is the general impression lhat the dry spell has Southern Alberta will eiperieriee a being meantas at attackpcriou c general Police IJelieye Stolen Auto Will Furnish Clue to Cause of Deaih onCanadlin alitlio ritles of Ca nad n Its reflect fvery seriously n the t Canadian al eady been done by bie and exaggerated ther ns been aroused In sqme qVHers in More than a little mystery surrounds Ihedealh pt William the young Barons farmer who was dead on the road a mile from that town sbmq days stolen autp mobile Is believed the clue to theyoung mans death and the Al berta Police are now work Ins leadin hopoot solv ing the the oners jury Welsh was struck by a swiftly moving object which resulted In fracture ot the Marks on the Indicate he was knocke an tho top of the skul being badly The policp have now learned tha nn the nfeht o the fatality the auto mobile belonlne lo Olaf Wold of Bar was taken from the main slree ly person The next morning it near the weather prophets the three prairie provinces are have awetrAug ust which will delay Rain is coming too late fo fmakp much difference in the yields of any grains except late oats and ever with harvest almost farm ers will not be averse to some gobd rains In order to put tlie land in Shape with of the hood gono and the Ev erything to the belief that the automobllo hart either by Jpyrider pr bysprncpno who intend ed to make a getaway with later returning It hope that ac beiblamed on of tho Tho police aro working hard on the Too maiiy accidents aro happening these days and there is loo a tendency to steal cars which arc left unguarded by the own Welsh was a son of Thomas Welsh a O Canada altogether fair Harvest bo the p what thofacts eariiejt In years and the itireshing and 111 resultscould not fail season willlikely be over in plenty o o follow uport theJpubllcatipttOf a great deal of land tp lamphlet In SUtimenia be prepared for next years H t occurred in tui piiiphlel resoil conditions admit of fall lectlng on lo and grossly t was a gross libeTon igreat relatlvfes it home tosel forth without stating of troops unfair to quote pt present condItiohs of affairs at the outset of the larly at Siltobury plain it reason tha n jori tn e first contingent left but few relatiyesJn Canada The evidence pf John Hughes Is he reported to Ottawa that less than one cans ptr thojsand men per week tha average o I In Stjor General sTqiioted us reporting on May ttat the cases of drunkenness hi troops Jiefii a charge of clr J culitirig in STATE OF tMEGE A slate tf siege has declaredin the Whole Groew At Including AthentirTd according to a Ath tothe Exchange Telegraph cphipahy t BOMB NAVAL STATION iquad Italian aeropianea yester day effectively bombed the ar and military workat the chief naval station of Auatria on the accord official made todayby the Italian war depart i SOLDIERS PAY trade un taken up the question of ibiditra pay which is now miser compared with that of the Australians and At a meeting of 60 members of parlia meht it urged be plac three shillings Lord declared that the pay navy had not been raised fsr The sailors are Tn in A power ful committee has been CUT FACItlTIES Notiw has been given of further reduction in railway facilities In September on account of the exigencies of the mflitary iMirioph Testifies Eyy Senator Choquette French Canadians Were In Early Days Take Headquarters Stall iu Flanders Farther in land For Fear of Being Cut Off From HALTS ALL OPERATIONS as to Its Value Reports are com ing from Holland which declare thati the Germans are moving their quarters in Flanders further east which bears put earlier stories that the Kaisers generals feared their lines might he broken and the in Belgium That the battlei of Flanders will last several weeks at least Is well understood The al lies are using ruen and material on scale hitherto It Is ly says ahlgh Tlrlllsh that on the of this Cfenslve will depend he question of whether it is feasible to drive the Germ arts by force of arms from the occupied territory also the wider question of the ot a frontal ensive as a general strategic Regain Ground British ae cprding tp the official statement is sued tpday by the British war depart already have part ot the ground lost the Germans penetrated the British front jrortches on Infantry to the east o Conchy Le Preux last Attacks 3 Troops ot the Marnocli from lie the irri that the Chautau qua is and that out of a popula one nigh was He states that it has highly and that Ada Wards he wa of admission does npt believe the audi oriiimwill liold the audiences that ECO at the Y Opinion Chau auqua this clipping to he Herald tddayfrbni the La La GrandeIs proud of its annual It has no icFilatiptp In inyillng all Its friends and neighborship attend and to enjoy the splendid program which has been arranged Is anin offers Held In a beautiful the gath erln thefi of the Bostock ainendmenttfl Wp bomiardaent last night Hvered Ttdenl positions AtVriSreglon along a front of ibmt French offidil rfite Issued this afternoon sajc tiit jllinE for the def jrcement pfUiB bill imperial aci worked out as an aroratfl of thirea perthotre and per this kyerage ntlther ncreaMd nor atthougb at times there had to troops In the Shbrhctlffe General that the such as filled the parnphici In lion Is most undesirable among the reoplo of and pre vented by any measurd ppen 4o tho authorities having to tho troops theneclvea add the Canadian Orders reached thelocal ticket office of the the one rirtet from Lelhbrldge are go Into effect and the governmentlabor agent here thiimorning sent out first three Lamint It farrners make thell applications formen as aodn as pessibleai there are a number of aboutthe city who are ready to can be reachedat the BoarrfVof not Ecnatp tonighL A her of senators was and bllity that the be iKhpugh fort be made to ibring vote before the Friday Senator the debate the FrenchCanadians said thst at the time 6t theeulstment ot the first overseas enlistment had by English een insulted at Oenefal igsol philosophers arit r inthe grove If he mountain will no and Colonel all the attacks were the Eelgian front the bad weather contln1 Are Holding Positions British Front in Franca and 4Tbe British and the French and the Gemans alike along the front bl the battle In still held their positions late today in an Iron grip1 of boglandprpduced the territorial rainstorm Thich has been set When went on the 3hgllsh press Ing not PriJper would have got not French Canadians opening mohtiis proper appeals to the French lens would get fifty within a few He hoifr H would allies if the one men was proposed raise ere keptin Senator Glrroir of Scotia sam that the development of i compulsory service go believed that cpaptry mounUIn gaUier in iJ SVILL SUPPORT dele Wfrininec will give their undivided the great the great preaehers the great think ers and We also do not fprgellhafoldarid young like to IP bemade to to be so we bring from far humorists tlie rausi manikins for the The and was In favor of plicationof the lleve Uiat the questionshould to a vole In were expressed1 by SCTalbr Robert son representative of upper house and and while the ment received the suppiri ot SetjatAre Beyond artillery operation are cpntinulng with great there is Ijttle activity tlie exwo tEou of one or twp points and UM ish ahd French were reatbas ia solidated and strongly nrginlitxl po sitions t commanding the territory which captured from the nJans in the first few hours Julien today continued to storm the artillery of boti sides pounding steadily at their op ponentspositions at thin place British e again n posssesion of tho 300 yard frpnt just nprth of rret a sharp drive laat heavy artillery preparaUoa forced the Oennana trim tkte strong position and havo held It This was the pnly Geriiian cpunter tick of any consequence since Reports pf Tuesdays battle ikow that the front between Hollebeke and Lahasaeville was the scene of spme of the heaviest fighting of the Australians and English charting along this swept over many 1le Vancouvtr CRy I 7fel eralassociation last night while the fett they niigMt take at the con delegates number we go to the Chautauijus and get a change of a change in mode to make new Ing 24 vplunlarily announced their intenllor to stand behind the The meeting was and Eood fresh largely attended and of the most nar and enthusiastic DOLLAR DROPS IN 0 day tho American dollar Is wprth In Chin r This represents a r drop of three cents since t Isli The horinol rate isabout V fj v o BRJTISH DIPLOMACY Aag 2rThe critic of the Munchener NeaesU ten regrels that Brltlih AlploAacy has hcen more clever and sAccetsfti than Ilic German He MS It has con alanlly making new now IRIfflHOIEL to IhR August D Mcuon who has been running an committed suicide here Ihc before yesterday by shallowing a dose pf He got tho stuff from the drug slore saying that he wanted to polspn He rented a rooni at the Tober locked ucvlttfT wn self m and swallowed tho dose I L Ho was not discovered Mil the fallow fng The police notf fled and Cprpncr p who decldedan Inquest im fc BANK CLtARINQS This week Same week last year CADET KILLED mans lying In shell holes who were overlppked In the A ter the British troops had gone be yond these holes the Germans began sniping at the rear of the adVLinciig These snipers ere eventmil ly dealt with and theshell tiaM The German Iroops In UitJ section a stiff light In the ruin ed village of The British i were faced with large numbers of 5 Sir Clifford concrete dugouts which had no swr SlltPn is npt gplng to the Winnipeg face entrances but which were ap That Is a convention of by The attacking western and he Is not ern he ia not acllng In ccoperation I f ne 13 not acuiiR iu C4rap July with the Liberal conscrfptlonlsts to Cadet of of commons lie Is actlag klUed aeroplane for1 Would lie become a member of a coalition governmenl Well that Is crash west the camp this and of Vlc suffered a broken Archibald was unable to give in COD nocteil account of how the accident oc MARKETS SpM Local track 220 October wheat 2J7 f2M oils f lax 332 Ihere are 1 ffci McDonald had been keep dnJ declares i Ing houso here nnd Is nnderslpAl lo that Great Britains grMtett In I have made over his propertyto his ikli rospec Is I WEATHER troops forced their wa Into trongholds which contained these nien and to pieces with bombs This undergroaiid tunnel is still filled with German bod Situation British Front in A ArUllorr put to Sir Clifford lalt hlght when he reached Calgary PROOF OF GERMANYS GUILT High Low many had peSMwlon of Auttrlas ultimatum to Serbia 14 hours forelt Slivered to I Information i officials here I aid which publk today a funny question to ask a man UVKiM Tfiese were replies mliJe 10 Hues considerable Intensity continued lait alow luo battle froat fanHS bnt generally speaking thj ian gttns rets active this and the sltnatloa was At daybreak the ed a heavy gtmfire on the Bewlf quired British potltfons ta the im south of the TipreeMenin Rcad A Ovrftifln j August X officialMirey of the rtanders battle by the German genera through the Wolff bnrtan menUoM that Blxschoote HKM 1 for the first that Foreign Tnann adfnrHed this hitwerl when pretMd very clwely M to fort knowledjeirT ac tion of J4r whWi European ;