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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 10, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta GREGORY FIGHTS HUN SPY SYSTEM AttorneyGenerai Organized Great Secret Police t HES DO ING N o Wireless Communication With Germany Aliens T T O R X E V M3 EK E Ali A THOMAS WATT i 1 his rmy cst1 n the SIMM Department of Justice believe they have proper means of Sreat spy system the world ias tier in Mid which stretches its tentacles lothe Jurther parts of in Arizona towns for After nearly four of war AttorneyGeneral Gregory and his secret agents have definitely decided on an Edmlnistra live anlispy and it is Ibis Sanity and According to the chief iegal official of the Government the two grave dangers which confront the United Stater in dealing with the German spy menace are indifference and And il is in guiding the counlry Sown the dispassionate middle ot the road between these two dangers that the energies the anti spy army are being How well they have is manifest ed in the records since this country entered Jhe world conflictThey undertaken the tremendous task of lighting the most elficient espionage machine ever o handling toe millions of alien my sympathizers who areat and at the same time of preventing a wild hysterical feeling that would in rioting and Been Done latterproblem the AUqrney 1 General and his aids look upon as oi pressing Tbo are between two grave of so conducting spy campaign as to lull country intoa state of apathetic disbelief in the spy thus leaving clear field for the myrmidons oftrie TVil The of slarmln the country to a point moVi violence be against and While upon the D3pimeht cf Jnsllte falls the grave of bloclung every anti ran alien enemies ITOLD THE KMT Labor Member of Parliament Says He Was Blunt to His KING WAJFcURIpUS I Dont Think They Can Cal Me an Said the Sir Chairman of tke irkt Conrinlion O1R HORVCE who was unanimously Chairman ot the Irish Convention in at which many factions will try o their HARDEN TALKS YET AVOIDS JAIL German Newspaper Man Seems lo Be Only Hun Able to Do ILLOGICAL If Defends the Worst Brutalities and JKcn Attacks German Government for Its and in hts denunciation of IbeVgoals of her mpenaUsifc ppilcyS only yearsagcihe saittlial England could by getting her control c1 her letting Germany overrun thesfnall nations of thought was wheh the arinies burst into At In Die Zukuntt regardlng theIaud of King Albert i was a more righteous one which has crush edrlier never one conferred greater benefits on the conquered ib French Hus he British Labor ie furn Iron Y summons lo the King cam quite Oa teturnln home from a meeting on recent Monday 1 found these woi wired hy the PrimMinister Very urgent come and see me a four 10 Downing Etrect IJoyd I did not go to Downing Street unt the following inte viewed iiy Lloyd hea him say the Kin wants lo E That was al At V found myself at Buckingham Lord Stamfordham conducted rne into the Kings Before I got to the large room where the King which overlooks the Queens 1 took care lo ifiqulre what ceremonial behavior None at replied Lord Slairi without I went7 straight to the Kingpin my and with my buttori trimmed by the shield badge of the and a Jiag TURKS TREASURES WORTH of Beaten Gold and aids HIDDEN IN VAULTS There are Big Doings When the Sultana Gives a the Dutch Now in America posed photograph of Louis the famous Dutch 1New York on arrival I America car tosnsiave been recognized as n factor in mpiiUluis public opinion of mans the SraKmd DelTigerent conritriei Ho Is passionately his pictures in their behalf have created or him a feelingof deep appreciation anci fermany irAnU sian territoTi1 1 may be an Iron ship Jn but H has not yet silenced African acitviiy o i ajjtfu vi t my whether that Issue rot theform moE his Die there bas been HarJen also Justified tho execu tion of Edith frying Whoever atlils to our armys dan ger iritis Inever lo be 7 it takestheform ot iVVjcssent by Iniorma movements of American Vja in ships and troops or the form of Arisingin a I Western So far the Gregory slogan Sanity and Vigilance has brought net The arrest of about 3DD enemy aliins for suspectei antiAmerican The organizaUon ol the most com plete and intricate system of Federal secret police that the UnJted Slates ever The or less thorough Ihousands Df alien antf suspected per because of their leanings art potential The absolute tempc rariiy at of all secret commu nfcation between eotray aliens in ThlSyCountry and the Prussian Gov More Eftciency THIS last the antispy assert em has been achieved EuUhey declinc to a permanent ilsruplion oIGtrman communi They are prepared to find new evidences ol Germany efficiency every and they expect to deal with them But from the AttorneyGeneral they declare lhat the servants o JfAjsor who itre doink serving In the United Slates just now are doing little re porting these As a matter of Ihe AttorneyGeneral and his intispy force lock the trans to Germany of military in formation of any Value from the United Stales as a practical impossi They are much more con rerned over German plans for causing They have jitted the problem lown this way and thorough InvestigV lons have completely disproved the jtaftTingand alarmltisr stories of wirelfss transmission of InformaUpn A gcodsiztd crew of Invtsilgalorg wcnt at these icd from HaHfa to the j Ianama thty chased the elusive secret Uic Etcrct service of Great Urilain they dclenhlncil Lhat there was no wireless aialioa or ilalions on land or sea on Iha Am contlncnlpr of the as unde tha control 01 Unittu her ot allied ihlps and shorft lislcning in on all nH the spy chasrera iured themselves lhat therevas no iossUjlHly of raising the Kaiser Vio one of his lash thlag and everybody whom from the Kaiser and though the Zufcunft was recentlysup pressed this has been done but suppression has never been per manent up to this tEme i rough play nor pasUme He got up to shake hands vllh I am pleased to see you said His adding Sit tell me nil about V Some Straight Tnrths TJ EPLYIKG to the 1 said thai I pleased to see then went with our together with the Kings lasted thirty We omitted details on any subject time only allowed discussion nnd mostly concerned know thinsI let the Kins hive stralghtest speech that ever I his mind at testabou the likelihood of Russia making isep arate V I let the King know thai Ihe hbWin up of foodstuff contributed the chief causes ina revolution tha QUEER RENTS PAID BY TENANTS OF FijS MAJESTY ukecf Pays a Tiny of Bowl of and Fag gots ate Other The goal cf our enemies is demo racy and Independence for every race ripe for he said in his atesL If Germany blazing ver that goal the great celestial sign f the then reace Is reachable Over all Questions agree ment Trill be achieved but if hat condition things for which millions of people sigh appears to her to then she must ight on until one group conquers and other That is the hind of hurled in of Kaiser and Junher dom anA which has made Maximilian Harden the most fam and hated Jour nalist In How does Hardun get away willi of ine article in represented Which thosewords he flung out a other things which must the authorities In Berlin ivonder whether they had bet consratuiale Harden for uphold ing the Govemmen or arrest him for gibing at Harden is the son of a Jewish mer hant His real name is Us impatience restraint and con ention led he was 12 years tdrunaway from home and Join a Troupe of with he wandered ownsin thVnorthvof a hts father got wind of his whereabouts and forcibly brought him bach but the lasle of gypsy life had thoroughly delighled the revolting throush means of against grievances nialnly affectln At this juncture the King told tn what induslriaiy ha taken during absence n replyI said that Russians an British alike protested against I marked distribution J saidlhat bofh countrle ry suffered bravely and wl proviaed justice ameiiorat heir Then I hcco con stitutional government which permits the will of tlie people to be enforced the Kinfjansivered dont think anyone can call me an do T N June the date ot Water Duke of VVellinjitbn paid King George the rent tot t rath field the estate presented o the Iron Duke for his great he duly entered In the j is a mlntMurftNapoleonic will rest tor a year nthe Guard Hoom at Windsor above be bust The owner of the Foutfs in pays rent to the Kingfor hesc lauds by sending him a Inicket ul of snow every As lien Nevis lughest mountain in is and as snow lies on it sotne the whole year am al ways TJill into a smal bucketful can generally le obtained On the other the tenant of in has to send a gar land roses as rent for his estate Doubtless bo doea thing piledyp and ruDtiln It Is more than probable JhaI the Queen look for this rose rent the Manor of Adding ton of themost comical rents bowfot As the King is said nof perhaps Ihe rentis winked at Tie holdet the Corbet estates undeithkes the King with bacon during the whclo imehe s loading his troopa in per rent since Gcorso II icd at Ihough doubtless George would gladlyLlead lo N the Green Vaults of the Porta IHea hidden away what Is perhaps the greatest treasure tha colleciea for cttiturles by Tur keys gicedy rulers and hoarded away from the gaze of any Inquisitive mor No one has ever been aMe to estimate value of Ihe BuHaua for the treasures arc guarded day and There are at feast twelve of heavilybarred doors to 1 pass the actUrl entrance is to this Aladdins for every lock there are two keys en trusted to as many each having twentyfour These are supposed to spy on tach other aa as protect the guardians o the The Jewels appear to consist mainly and unset precious All information regarding is lept because of tbo impov erished condition of the ami tt the exhct amount ot tho Sultans weauli was discovered certain un scrupulous such as pnver Pasha and his Young might be templed to break in and Tbo gossipers of ConstimtJnope tbat if a person offered for the Urecn Vaults anil secured their contents he woulo maka Perhapsthe tiirone of beaten adorned with millions oC and set in is the most dazzling object in ihclreasury of tho Shadew ot God on Selim ever brought It from Persia away back in the fifteenth when traveling was so Is luite beyond human Emerald NOWHERE In the thoro precious stones to compare with Iho two great cmeralfls which adorn the top oC the Sultans throne One be Car wiser to leave It j to the A sliort tErhe ago the Kings ot thcni weighs 4 anrl is as big as a mans tho other being a triflo On a oC cboiiy and Endal within reach of the stands a marvelous tankard encrustedwith By its sideHes a platter wrought of Ihe purest gold nnd with On the ground sur all to and if the King ever looks down his rentroll he must bo hugely especially in these flays ot food The rent is a lous rent wild few years later he j got Dn toolher matters nnd RT1 For m to Some say that his influence Is 50 his power so that the German Government does not dare to do more than periodically discipline this enfant mincUul ot the unsavory Hound TaW revelations of ten years recall what has been hint ed in circles supposedly in Harden has evidence left college and became an stayed on the He gave UP when he real ized roadto fame for him lay tempted him whilehewas yel1ittle more than a our vessel from lorsian antl Vsan not edo attack progressing at 15 knotsllons ago in one ciuartcr ourly iSa old we had to similar In character lo that which drove some of the Kaisers Intimates into disgraceful evidence that he would produce If persecution o him and his Journal passed the hounds of perfunctory Do not force me to play my last card he exclaimed during the Rmiml TaWe1 when heckled by The Play you and stop making HISTORIAN OF WAR everybody as the creator of Sir Arlhur Doyle i3 destined to chieve lasting fame as the historian tth1s Since the outbreak o ostilUks rilr Arthur has been huslly ccupied In writins afiJOjiular history of the campaign In thj western thea re of It is being published month by month in aIond6n maga o m I noticed how numerous German spieshung about the port I I left the Paace the King lc object of us al ver the Whiat 1 Told the socialefl with my recent to iemphasized thifact that lien on pur outward Journey no pro ot fuel was Increased by the additlo of jhcse came from the as rent for certain City EcDiciiibvan cor had duly tho Tvaiv Couris wllh the faggots and set a lUitrcceipt for funniest of all rents en tha Kinss 13 tile one which insists on the holders ot certain lands hoUtng iho Kings bean wiien he is seasick As Kins likeMs William Is sailor indhas trnveUcd by thousands of any monarch either of this or an other it not likely that h will call to pay his cnr I rounding scat ra erert thousands of To aothat hecessUatea clmwlnffoff thousandsofGerman troopa from the On life other Russian offensive Memeci imminent Us sue cess mightterminate this war at an cxcceaingly E end or the yeari i said that Iratcrnitj between Rus ANEARL fnilE nuchess of in aId iTon to being an InJefatlgaWc war n highly successful doc fnn an GKCCedirigly skiUut is also one of the lend TIE authorities on the and wllh xquisitelycarved dlamona The magnitude ot the whole thing makes one gasp with amazement Tiiere arc effigies ot tho Sultans lad In robes ot Statefrom 1451 lo with Jevrels on heir and swords which aio as arc tho won lerful rabies and lnrlhV clasps o Ibrahaim arid Solsman Xo museum In the world can boast a richer collection of and Iho all tcjeweled or wrought of Banqueting WHENiho elves nuet in her harem sury Is generally raided for the oc At ono ot Ihesc revels bou quets of diamond flowera stretching oat Of ourcourse to aVoidjquickly Stowing at when of the this friendliness ame transformed inlo anl counteractca by vicious British ATSRlllold Iho when were freed from danger Karden did iicfi Eut there Is a possibility may hav he trump his Nor does the end There arecontradlcti6ns In Hardens writings there aa in those of Perhaps he Incors reproaches on ttiis score sheer encv for Ihe gods conaisiency wor thipped Ihe averasc What ever the reason may periisa of his articles reveals sonto uirange Often Contradicts HinueK H 13 lo the for it Hardenfi extravagant ad inlratEon for the Incarna tion of with whom ttfe editor of Die Kukuntt was on terms of Frtnk as ha has from side ot pigan becji he espionage at we spoke on behalf of the British con gratulate Russians on Ihe nnd the1 triumph of Governmemr We lolcl assembled crowds that Britons intended Id this war till was crushed anil France and Belgium rid of Ihe thorilold the Kins questioned me on ray views lesartllns InbrirCrisis In tills Ilapld dissolution all troubles would oc i assured the people were Ml irraieii humane from shoulder to shoulder were worn by tho Sultans The Sul tana herself was adorned with ropes ot pearls of unparalleled ana In mil history generally of her ears were1 birds the stee of butter sparkling one dny recently the Snltaris troi3 for Ihe Unwary presented by the curious pronunciation of some oltl ajil Scblch Ihe Duch CE3 toiJ an arnusing story concern ins tiic title of the ot wliichr is sounded much as H spell wifj of a wealthy manufac then jusi pushing her way Into was giving a ball at her it 11 strikes would Much mnn vHqrn s e arises llirough authorities lie l toward Prohibition Would Fail IKMINDBD the King that the card EVStenlbf exemptions worked 1 then IOIU uie ivjitj concerning Bngtandjt policy unfaifij for the laljorlog from the doing the same work upperrnoafc 11 sian I tolil Wi MfiJesly how on slans aikcd wr objects really to get equal Whelliicr ws re helhsr India would obtain 4cmo crollc ana the Orrman icolorilM would be also whether Constantinople ind Dardanelles be given lo Russia nssuw the King thai I confirmed Bngland9 dlslnteresled ipltll IS this si lo Jie Ilusslan The nusslans litarci ngaln thai Bngland 10 annexation of from Oermany for all devastation caused by Conversing further on Husstas She did not Up to iilm and arc Ihey gotns to grant should ba BMntcd nol IrelanrJT ashod ojght to depend on the ot work ftoM Jllmthat RU5cmpioylrig the lime orf the aims and Reverting again food nuea thls war j ndvocated the trial of llic fam ly If pctsons custom to particular shops wliOse re tail slock was known to their onaiom caelijndlvlilunl coulrtreceive amounts as stateri in ilm who lin My name he It Was Earl on and heir of the Marquis of kriW no one name said his Vou are here without an The young man bowed and Imihcdl Ihe upon return Inrf sent of In11 lion to the lady FOR ALL ls Boing lhe rbunds con cerillng the Inrnilrylnslllutcd by ievohport into the best In rcstaur maro infant used to bo tortured by having her hair done up in n knot on1 the lop of her head In sde a diamond front ot her dress covered wllh diamond or tier hands were encased i with golden tniltcns ptuddedwith precious 1ew are aware that the Sultnil is In receipt of paid to any earlniy like a has the right w nsKiur more Should bis privy lurse run Tho treasury o useless wealth hoarded away In the Green converted Inlo cssh and used for national would transform the rhseraulo Ottoman Empire Inlo one of tho rlchesl pow ers in Ihe Mef tbo Palace 1 lold Ixird who uouWlcss this news to lhal iclal prohibition Inthls country can brlns only disaster to iia sharoin his wanl nhiy hot assume Ih against Ru FJITHIOTIO MARKET gardener lold the iriany vrllnesses called before the co mm 1 1 lee was a certain slolldlooMng parllcular article if fooj under illscUMion altho momenl happened lo of the ashed incl denlally Hampton tribunal had BcraplXV worlh o clirysanj thcroum In orikr to worli ot potatoes i How do l It In the reslaur TOOMANY ORDERS nOMMODORB Iho hero of the recent exciting In the North wns teljlns IiAlhfir gopdflfory tno other day iboiit two ladles he overlicard discus ling n certain V The distinguished iuca should lie vtry popular bolh at home nnd of which he continually receives some new decoration ov other with which to plaster broad Bill Isnt he gelling fntr exclaim of the he sccros tohc putting on my what can y6u nnl or marjor noi blandly repllod the Mteri call It ptcf safd the lady The poor nian has pot to to find room for all new i ;