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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 2, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta IMS Torpedoing of Canadian Hospital Ship is Latest Act of Hun Brutality ttORDENS MESSAGE Otf DOMINION DAY thfi following sa sasrss Win First Aid at Miners Con tests Here MARRED PROCEEDINGS M The nrumheller mine rescue of I he nrumheller Mine U M mo o IjGtnui to compete in uiu contest here on declar they were sent two tfftms bu the Lethbrldge team from the Coalhurst Teuton sub marine sank the British hosp ship Llandovery 116 miles southwest of on June the British Admiralty announced The text of announce ment follows About clock Juna 116 south west ef the ship Castle was torpedoed by an enemy submarine and sank In about ten She was homeward bound from Canada and therefore there were no alck or wounded on but her crew of 164 officers and and she carried 80 Canadian Army Medi cals and 14 female hie total or 268 only one boat der The Haguo preferred to torpedo the Llandovery the Admiralty lasued the following comment on ine GiirmanyR awful debt to tne world continues to Another hos nitnl ship has been torpedoed ths Ime 116 miles from the nearest turned adrift r to or swim us they DOBI might And as it was a Canadian hospital ship re turning from Halifax with no wounded n talc of crime reveal u wanton deliberation on the nait i f tho submarine commander and a most siig zests the hope on his part that Do would find he full of Injured and help less our Dnmln resolute Ing side nations of world W unjDf Htlll slroiiB and of stand 1e with the other Empire in the In this supreme it finds i Allies on AW the Fronts Have improved Lines Italians Make Advance Sammies Take Village fo ft holiday crowd In supposed mine tunnel had been bu above the representing mine an h team was given a different pie work to It was supposed in e nwe that an explosion had men and shut off the It took eaVli team nearly 10 minutes to go through Its who e pro Speed is a requirement ol the but tlioroughnesH The judges for the event were Itatrlct mlnn that each team charge its lifesaving equip all its and do everything renulred in the case of an actual mine minutes In a smoke room imprpvsea under the iudgea stand at the raee traclcWB one of the requirements under the rules of the Eaeh ihlrpd to havehis felVaUsr downing ap paratuaXftttd again after coming out of room close of the A Serious It was while the mine rescue evente nere being staged that an accident occurred which might easily have had fatal As It three men wore These were Tom Long who is in charge of the mine rescue station at G mine of the lalt Collieries at Jock fire boss at and MRlcolin Morrison 01 Mr bongwbrth was taken homo in The accident occurred about tltree oclock while a number at men taking part in the mine rescue work were busily engaged in a tent inside the racetrack charging the Proto appar being used the Part of each mans outfit is a pair of oyl 1 inders which are charged wtCu oxy gen to provide him with the necessary lifegiving gas while he is fighting the fumes These little are charged from large car tridges of oxygen filled to 130 pres or 3800 The little cyl inders are llttod to a speciallyrinaae pump and through this the oxygen is pumped from the large tank into the bility Wthis It is to be noted that m indeed in all the Gu man submarine had a perfect i ight to and search the hoapltalshlpun BUlZETINS LIBERTY MOTOR GOOD July 2A report from ViceAdmiral to Secre tary Danielg says recenl test in European waters of a sea propelled by the Liberty motor dornonstrated that the en had better climbing and load carrying qualities than any of the best European MARTHA INDUSTRY June Nationalization crthe naptha in dustry has been decreed by the Bolshevik The man ufacture and sale of naptha and Its blproducts is made a JAILED Red July leaf was convicted in July I the sinking of 8X I nil the torpedoing of Canadian hospital ship Llandovery the ntwspapers loay i In the presence of such uiihpeak le infainv deliberately repeated vs the Dally Chronicle it a breath to reiterate the hich everybody with a spark of civ ed sense we wouUl vlte the German people to ask them elves what Is the use of their states on like Foreign Secretao on Kuehlmann to JvRh j of sentence July STREET CAR MEN STRIKE JMly and Victoria are without car service The tee car went on trike at as they had while crimes so dishonorable and ontinue to be carried out by the ord rs of their The excuseof the attack on the says the Dally was a lie and the German officei who told it did not believe it himself when he said to the captain You are carrying eight American a particle of truth n the the Oanadland confident In the ul tlmate and complete triumph of the allied The enormous and varifut resources our Empire and the a are being thor oughly and effectively organiz ed and mobilized to Insure that Its utilization of hose resources the aid of applied science there has been n marked and impressive ad vance since left these shores fourteenmonths The pur pone of theenemy Was to at tain a decisive victory by the relentless and cruel Use of sub marinesthat purpose has fail ed He held command ot tne airwe wrested from In each instance the best brains of the wern The lesson need not stop Now Germany hopes to attain its end by striking with full force while Russia is helpless and before die power of the United States can be We believe this hope will prove caually Prance and Brit ain bar the Before this message is made the enemy may renew his the Canadian forces may fcinflcrgo a test as severe as they1 have ever en They hold Canadas first battle line and their coun try bids them Ood speed m their glorioiijs Italians in Local Attacks Have Retaken Positions Held by the Austrians Italian Army July the ed local re suiting in the reconquest of Mont dl Col del Rosso and Col di Chelo had for their objectives the the Italian front west of the Bren ta and the driving of the enemy from the he captured last lost to the Ital iana In January and reoained on The Italian losses were slight compared to those suffered by the This due al most entirely to the violence and accuracy of the Italian and allied artillery Under of this the Infantry was to take the without much and to dig In at The artillery return been reaching the plains behind the and destroying cen turies one hundred and fifty old on Mont Melago have been torn The attack on Col del Rosso be aan Sunday morning shortly be fore The Italians took the height from the third Edelweiss division which formerly fought under Emperor The di suffered Italian airplanes them with while the Bersagelieri ex acted a heavy toll in hand to hand Many of the Utter wore their red fatigue during the A COSILY Ft Race Ford Cars and Over di whichwas entirely A Chinese laundry nearby was also ie engineer ot Mr B they There was a good water pressure British and Americans Imrove Their Lines in At tacks Over the Holiday Paris July village of j Vaux west of Chateau and the helflht west of were captured last night by American f troops in an operation on the Marne carried out In con ncctlon with the the war office announced More than 300 including five were captured in this ac In an operation on the Marne carried out last night west of Chateau Thierry by French and American troops in the allied line was it is The success has resulted In an improvement In the allied line between Hill 204 and the vicinity of The French carried out raids on the front between Mont Dldler and Noyon and eastward of Rheims In which prisoners were German were dri ven off by the French fire near Belloy and in Upper AuBtriansj But Swit Many Troops France take them to Germany as proof of aUled guilt in using hospital ships for News declares the sink ine of the hospital ship stands out as olteofc the most horrible incidents in the Hideoui story of submarine war Thaw sent to nonaiTan Tn no circumstances of the Felice director of the Italian declare theHmcs does the story rtlfbureau of information an address fe from those of other hospital ships here last that have been In this He added that allier n an hawsent to the ltaHftn declared talian tho r work this walked 60 ARE KILLED July that nave uoou it points that there is an added horror in the repeated at tempts of the submarine commander to justify himself by accusations against the victim and in his wild fury of gunfire and destruction rushingto and among tne If these were not attempts to stnK all ths survivors and blot out all trace or the what their jnoHveT now that Italian He added tnat now by the recent victory of the it should beemphnsized that the Italian armies alone halted the Austrians at the Flare in the disaster last and that unexpected stand at that river made it unnecessary to call into action at time French and British reinforcements lined up on the n ihn t nft U Hit of the wnai mo asks the U is unforgettable that the news of the it was officially mced and seventy persons lost their EXPELL ENGLISHMEN July The spondent at of the from HUNGARY POOR 01 While this process was under way about three In some manner tbo which belonged to the North American exploded under the terrific The pump casing waa burst Into pieces like One of these hit Tom Longworth under the right eye and also on the causing nasty cuts which bled Lang worth is a returned veteran who has been through somo of the heaviest fighting at the and yesterday s experience must have reminded him of he days in the trout line force of the explosion was ter rific and the noise blown out of the and 20 feet Ho was hit in the stomach the Coleman was badly cut in tlio and was on tho left of his fingernails being bJown The doctors and first aid teams who present tor the hurried to the and adrolulsteted first Lpngworth was taken but who was u member j nilnairescue after refused go stay 1tftKe place with the 6 litthe reabue contest It 13 understood that the govern meirf ana mine officials will hold an enauiry into the cause of the acci Whether it was merely a de pump or whether the BBB was will be No ttnoh t has ever befpre occurvet 8 pump brpugbt use wneWjitN CoallittVBt pump Hungary this iai Hunaarian report is largerjhan in but that In March did great damage to summer Jrults and garden TU9 Liiot to Canadian Red Cross men and women came to the knowledge of the Canadians on their national fes The other Hrttish people will not forget we will the American Partial July official list of the and men of the Canadian Army Medical Corps who on board the nltal ship Llandovery is avail able All the appointments were made by the admin stratlon in Captain Sheffield a member of the steamers hospital who dirt not sail on this trip on account of today furnished the Canadian PreBs with the following par tial list of the officers and nurses on New senior medical officer Major Major Edin Scotland Captain graduate of Toronto Medical college Captain Queuns Kingston Nursing Sister John Nursing Sister All the officers mentioned had serv nvpantlnn hi ed in Major In Vancouver einforcemenis iineo up uu Mr Qerrard asserted that the Unit ed States should reestablish the Rus sian so that the Teutons i tVtnr CZBCHOSLOVAKS AID Italian Army July the Asso ciated Czechoslovak troops distinguished themselves in the capture of Monte de Valbel la by the Among a num ber of Austrian prisoners captured by company of Czechs was a brother one of the men in the victorious company soonj es tablished their Identity and a joy ful reunion took One of the questions asked of his newlyfound brother by the prisoner was WhoseQJIfinjijye is this The Italians seem to be doing all the FIGHT ON TO SAVE MOONEYS lORtALIZEIRUIH Great Britain Displays Wonder Empire Cohesion in the War i Reuters Ot WERE June troops last night attempted to raid the British lines north of the Somme near and on but were the office announced Br tisn took prisoners in patrol en HUNS July last after a attacked to the northwest of north of the m an attempt to regain the positions lost to the British Sunday The enemy in gaining a foothold in one of the British the war office announces but elsewhere they were with AMERICAN to defend that bor Canada Now Hag Plant of Its Own tolUflne Nickle Port Sany of st twenty started opera illUOTAND Turkey and Bulgaria Want Too Diwnte gration Speedy July IB becoming alarmed by the tendencies of her according to bo seriously damaged by the liukish iwa 1 policy of II the officers mentioned had Burks lust for conquest in France with the exception Garmwl paper la great that jor who had been the papers are Protesting 1 against the growing demands of the gtitea Rns is increasing will UuTdVeV an all a member the Army San July on application of Thomae tenee of death for murder for a writ ef probable in relation to appeal from the judgment of Judge Franklin deny ing a motion to asldt the diet waa heard by the mo tion was then aubmltted to the court for 1 over to Sp7nMJatf rffi Egypt and the France and the the Marne the Associated liant after hard American troops on this front last night captured the village of together with a large slice of the Paris highway west of Cha teau two of wooded The Americans took 257 including five and captured a quantity of ma chine andother In the Vaux region the Ameri cans took the Germans complete y by Most of the prtaonm were taken out of and dug many were of but from the number of dead in plain view varEu the total have been a thenecessity could be quad IJNCOMK Some flue turnout were exhibited the first aid And anpy woife wWUJted were entered thu Beutor being thu Mlcliel ueen iwceuvcu from Halifax by his parents which had beun mailed just before the eparturoof tlie GERMAN ORDER REGARDING CLOTHING July 6er man clothina issued an today under which Qlothlng can no lono ar be obtained the appllea apsompanled by a properly iivina In tall a Hit the clothes in thf IT that henceforth lined In ntimbfr of oocktts It vetti and maynot have than BOYCOTT July a fl meetina of the rhembers of the Liverpool Cotton Exchanoe today it was that no member or members of a firm shall trade either direct ly indirectly with the present enemies of Great Britain for a period of after FOHSIGNER8 IN HOLUANO Ttae July ave now Hottund a reiUlt of the war 01 les ot Tbi 318 SoneiVof M07 German r of war A m 1428 BritlBlJ July German along the River in the of Northern be ered in connection with In Russia which gradually oping in d rac of the at There to he that eMtnte traffic at Areh been for will soon The Tnd an Line as their damawtl for an Ice port on Arctic MILLION ARMENIANS HAVE REEN MASSACRED Juiy to the British Labor on behalf of the Ar After declaring that the truly will calamity In history it to the a large portion of the ap of the unprecedented committed the war began In Armenia It that nearly a million have and the country broiifht to a ern and French must be are among the included In gVamme by the of by a of the Prussian house of ing to a from Ba ALLIES RECOGNIZE CZEWMIN French and Britign take Official Recognition of the CzechoSlavs Speaks Sympathetically of Lor Grey8 Ideas of League of Viscount on ihe league i High Low THE 74 60 Paris luly the tooepenilnce of ha CzechoSlava as a 1 teleiram received from BaJ foitr BrittaU secretary ty foreign affairi BrltltiU jtselt with tbr exprBBsnu by the Frepoh isrr tkwie who HTt undar the ty ranny of the f our s years world is Of one thing I am he that is those who went out in August witli imperialistic desires have realize that the Powers welfare of tne nation are not incr Td when millions of its j orn into bloody fragmen s or or nlod by shells when billions o national fortune are destroyed on the work of destruction when the birth rate falls and f Seat rate and crime steadily increa the inaxperlanced can 4f Viau OU1 III Wt but neither aldft can LABORITEB V PEACE West Reuters enthusiastic National town ;