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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 21, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta WKDNKS1MY, AUGUST 1318 rm ummirnxn! DAILT PAGE THREE THAT SON-IN-LAW OF PA'S Wellington -HE'S HffiVlK'HrTr-CHECK.8'1 pRtflLEOeS :.w ft po Ttf owe cfcusnT HIM! REPLIES HaTe been receives lo: ibe following box nunberg ini aro waking to be called (or. 10, 14, 15. 18, 15, 26, 'M, 3T, 75, 92. y. OlUwa, Aug. It- has keen decided by the militia depart niciit'lhat. young men ot the 20 to 22 class under the Military Service Act ivho were really only J'J years of age at the time the proclamation calling them out was issued.- are not liable for serviced and should be released this decision docs not affect voluu tcers. Men between 1? and 20 tna; stni volunteer for service and who Imve volunteered In the past will- slfll be expected to fulfill (lie terms of their engagement by serving as long as (hey arc required. Sonic uiifort-, uualc .misunderstandings have -been caused, by tlip publication in ,the jirofts'ot'a notice dealing with the recent offer providing for the release ol tho lO.year old riieii, called In the year class, a tiuhibo'r of pcojilo .xfciinkirjg that the equally 7to Ottawa, Aug, calrto dealing with political anil economic conditions in Russia and in the course of tbs cen- tral alliance lias been the uJreclor of public information from the British ministry nl Information, The cable reads: "He-cent EoIIilaiy events are having a markedly depressing effect on Ger- man public opinion, desptte all at- tempts to camouflage the real stale of things. The- conrl'ctlonv obviously grows that iiot only the German sum roer campaign on the western Iron! has failed, but that Germany in the east has assumed an impossible polit- ical burden. From Hie cliaoa rum- ors emerges Ibe fact that j the" Bol shevifci regime Is failing vhHo.the succeediug government, oC whatever fonn, is not likely lo be friendly to German imperialism, which has' sup- ported the Bolshviki. "Germany took advantage ot the .'Officers Shot By .fused to Renounce Rus- sian Citizenship Aug. hun- drftd of fifteen thousand officers ar- resled in Moscow, havu benn shot, ac- cording to a1 letter .written in Moscow on August 14 by. pr. Alfohn Paqunt and published in the Frankfort'ZcN lung. Some 6f tho'officers who re- nouiicefl Russian citizenship and ac- quired German'or Polish paiscs were, released at tho request nt tho German consul general. The remainder was gCjik- jo ji-jMncantrattori ._camp -.snr rounilcjl by artillery. (To (fleers; 'J3 added, subjeclefl to.conditions "Ueggaring all description." Those imprisoned Included a for mcr generals and colonels. Paquetsays.tHal several hunrirec ..French rao'n V'haVa 'jarrived; -In Moscow a ndcte: (bat'further arrosls of reprcscn BonrReoiso arc expected. this (provC3. Inadcqi td f order1, continue3, p, public .execution Ift' uhavol'd mporary, revolutionary; distraction sow seeds of trouble., iti Russia ant] ow will reap the wlilrhviiiii of Its owi ccount, Mcanwhtlo Ihc C7.echo-Slov ;s are valiantly' contending "again si .perior [orcos und suuerlor armament id have maintained, hold in an. ex-1 em'cly 'critical' anxlouslj- waillng baequate alKed help on which lelr very existence depends. This ust be .lorlticbmiiiB unless we are to acrlficp' 'this, herflic ''rallied bich Britain lias just recognized as uch. Tikrahio'peasants, .exasperalcd y German military, giv- ig obstinate trouble-to their oppres- ors, while Bulgaria'and Turkey al- nost openly reveal; conditions" of dis; Us fact ion ivJtlt "each other ami Ger- many.; -r i .11.. x_- In" Austria 7 "In Austria 'conditious are worse. Ivcn hnrmless "wpraod'and children, sscmblcd shaps'for.bread, are eported to "bare iie'qii fifed by roops, winlc corrupts le army and open.revolt among units re ]iovr iitot uncomnion. NeVcrthelesR; must, be discounted, or Germany is still the pillar oE the entrot alliance and only understands uch physical arguments as u crush' ig OPEN BIO NEW TRACTS Vancouver, Aug. 20.-rIIon. E. T Barrow, minister of agriculture, mtl .lined In an Intortlow-today a pla for- opening Inymctlfflloly (or aeltk racnt an nrpn of Dltjr Ihomani acre of new Jamf In the Bulklcy and Nech aco' Valleys, along tho Grand Trun' Pacific tiallwaj-l RESTRICT LOAIJS. New York, Aus. Approval tha Federal, Rosenre Board's rccom Tnendftlton for conservation ot credit by restricting loans lo uriproductlv was rolced today by ih New York Clearing llouaa Assocl tlon In notfca to meraher banks. Th notice, issued Jiy tho clearing house cprnmltlcft declared "Its entire-''- sym- with' the Kciiernl Toronto, Aug. letter carriers postal clerks decided at their meeting Last night to [-avc the question of acceptance or rejection of the award ot the sub-committee of the privy coun- cil In the matter of Increased sal- .aries over unlM the Dominion council held in Hamilton, September 4, 8. The award was discussed at length and n mot- ion to go on strike was brought before'the meeting but action on this was postponed until the Ham- ilton convention. WAS DROWNED. Brighton, Out., Aug. drown- ing accident occurred here today, when Charles Auston lost his life. An av iator from the Descronto camp made a landing on the beach here, but a sud den gust of wind took-him into the wa ler and though ho walked ashore- his airplane was being blown out into the lake. ?lr. Auslon wenl with the avia lor in a rowboat in an effort to get Hit airplane ashore, but the boat was up- set and -before assistance could get to tbeiiij Auston went down. The avia- tor was picked uu later. Madrid, Aug. Jose Marina, tho imnisler of war. loilay declared that the International situa- tion gave jjo occasion for on the part of the Spaniards. The note .re- cently sew I by the Spanish'government lo Benin regarding (he sinking ot Spanish ships, by f.crman submarines he saiil, was written in a firmer tone (ban. wore previous Holes but It could not bring a ch'angi! in Spain's attitude of neutrality, much less a rupture of diplomatic relations with NEW DUTCH PREMIER London, Aug. Jonkheer Coiyn, former minister of war, will become Dutch premier, cording lo ajranncuificement made byLthe Amsterdam Telegraaf and transmitted to the Exchange Com- pany. -After. Deputy Nolens and Deputy De Savornin Lohman had refused to form a ministry, Queen Wilhelmina summoned Colyn to her summer" residence at Hetloo. TENDERS Tenders yraiilcd'Tor the tnlldiiiK of frame mecliiig house, size lOxSO lasement worK iiracUcally a j! ill 'lans and spceifications can seen ti Spring, by Bpplj-iug lo P. P. Fisher. ;-All .bids'to be In Sept 5th, 'The conimiltec reserves Hie right lo reject any or all bids. Cer" led check of 10 per cent, must accom iany the uid. F. P. Ad J I HIllBiirtoK TENDERS Tenders will be received by the im derslgned for tho delivering of coal I Ihe employees of (ho Oalt Mines. Cos hcing delivercil bblh'fr6in N'bl C rain ami from the High Line. Bacn lende lo state price per ton for cklirery'o same. j. Tenders to be In not Iator lliah 3a urday, Aiisust 2-flh. (SBd.) Secrelary-Trcaaurer ti. U. U. J.f. W. of A. Ad LUM8EHMEN ADJOURN TfeJ liirabor nanufacturerj, incraborj of the Moun- tain IvUmifermon's 'Association, who were In session here today, have com- plVisd their business adjourned. .Tho.pTtnclpnl Iho-mecllng 'was the Heclslon lo go out nf ler the c.-if tern 'CnnaiUnn market lor nnlshed lumber and to sehil a delegate lo Basl- ehi, Canada for Ihe purikjae of Olives- llgMttg At first hahil, Iho condllions thci.'raarkcllos of luiubcr ID Machinery Tractor Repairs OF ALL KINDS Cylinders rebored md i with new pistons. 'Gears arol giates for ill popular" mattes of engines. aKischel T ;