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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 6, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta VOLUME XL LCTHBRIDGE, ALBERTA, 2SATURDAY, JULY 6, 1918 DROfN-PEACE ON WILSON TERMS MffiEicmskra Boat Canutes; liniL I LllVU jers Drown __ Or Are Crushed to Death Uoyd George TdlsrAmerican [Troops Huns Must Accept JrVilspn's Terms .__. iaUESNOtHGHTING FOR ANY TERRITORY HUNS, HE SAYS --With the -American.' Army On The British Front, Friday, July the Associated Germany the' conditions laid down by President Alison, she cannot have seace and she can have peaco tomor- row It accepts them. David Georges the British Tffemiei} rave Ibis message to the American. troops framing ou the British front ntter he-had: Been them at levlow to- BajO ThVirrival In JSrancs ot one million American' sold [era .lid made the Ger- raan 'eriperor realize .that bis defeat was emporor, the prem- let sakV hid many illusions. re- garding the wit.'' One these w" that the Hew American troops would not be capable of meeting' those of pe'rm-Biiy.-tralned-to the minute. _ Premier Lloyd" Gebrjjo reiteraWd rorcelullfV-MI the allies dp sot'covet ingle" jari- of soil -and do not desfraXto Germany ot or the Ger- RECENW Steamer Strikes Obstacle Neav Peoria, III, and Sinks in River DANCING'CROWDS GO TO THEIR DEATH; MANY TRAMPLED This-is-Iciest Loss When Defeated Bj; Italians ITALIANS REPULSE AUSTRIAN ATTACK Rome, July after desperate fighting yesterday repulsed a counter-offensive of.the Austro-Hungarlins direc- tion of North- ern Italian front, the Italian War Office" announced'today. Further violent asuulU by the the Italian potltlonVat forte 'iii Ballon were __ stood cently imded" in Beside h im wefc-Viscbunt, Milner, the British sec- reUry'of-'stabs for war, and William Australian prem-' said in :I.deaire lo con- Eratuiato you .on being .In, command of such-a fine1 body otoxt" of ilhef ttale mept fighting continued; yeiterday.-Qn. the idutherri wingiof-ouKpogHlont the tnerny: jiiceeeded .In prewlng ui back toWard' our main AUSTRIAN-LOSSES s hi n n .In offensive agalnit Italy and'during the Italian counter-effenilve .are at between 200flOO and 250.COO, least killed, In an official dispatch from Rome, based on num- erous says the Auttrlans penlrt .In beating the ground about: petition cap- tured by the Italians with a strong, but' Ineffective, fire. It adds: "Prisoners Monte Grap- pa ttate the Auitrlani had no idea i they could be biafenvfrora their- ttrong .fwenty. min- utes. The enemy Iwses were very heavy. His'near ly. disorganizedWand.i the troops 'feal'the lacV of baggage.. i; Peoria, III., July hid. recovered fifty one bodies at noon today In their search for the es- timated one hundred and fifty, and children drown- ed or. trampled to death. Federal investigation of the dis- aster was promised by Assistant United States District Attorney Dougherty this afternoon. Peoria, 111., July malely 150 peojilo --were or Irampled to death at midnight last night when the .excursion steamer'Columbia, carrying more than 500 persons, struck an ob- struction iu tho Illinois river .and sank. The excursion parly started from Pekln, fifteen miles, distant: from here, early in the spent several hours at, an dmuseioent park near this city and when the, return trip to Pekin was -about half completed, -tl.e steanjer ran; into the obstruction, on the Pepria In the fog, smashing a .big hole jn .hef-bow.; Thii pl.lqt, Slg- "nailecT full speed as tern' and soon as the vessel, pulled clear of 'the log or rock; she-began; to.set- tlo and within a few minutes, sank, carrying many persons': down. .'V, Boon after; the vessel1 struck panic occurred among the passe'n- gers arid- children1 Jumped Into the water without securing lite Those who: .could swim reached; shore, which was only a few feet ''away.. The second deck of the boat, where the danco hall is WON'T RAID INDIA AmrterdanVJuly Ger. man government has no Intention of undertaking a campaign Into India, Foreign Secretary Von a questioner In the SIX l-OST July Amer- ican army, transport Covlngtgn, homeward after landing several thousand soldiers in France, wasVtorpedoed and sunk 'in the war'zone Monday night. Six memberi'bf the crew are miss- ing, but ail the other men, with the ship's officers, Jiave at a'FVench port. No army or'' passengers were aboard, r; ONE HILLED July One man Silled as a result of a railroad aicWent at six o'clock this when the Barnum arid Bailey'Circus train number two crashWinto .the rear end of New York.Central New York-Chi- cago Limiled'at Glrard, four miles west of The man killed was Thorn" .Keyriyi ,25, of Murphys- boro, lljlnotsyj.a hostler. 'TO JOINi KERENSKY.- London, July Terest- chenko, minuter of foreign af- fairs In thVlatt Kerensky cabinet, has arrivedTat 'Bergen, Norway, says an Exchange Telegraph dis- patch He fled "from Russia by.way of the Murirfan Coast and e'xpiects to join M. Ker- in Paris. French Stop a German Counter-Attack; Artillery Is Increasingly Active Supremacy of Allies Is So Great Now That Huns Could Be Slopped WILL BE NO GREAT YIELDING OF LAND BY ALLIES NOW Ex-Mayor of New York Victim of All plane Accident in U.'S. vCamp Lake Charles, La., July Major John Purroy Mitche! for- mer mayor of NeSPYork.City and, an officer In the army aviation service was Instantly killed this morning at Geritner Aviation Field here, while flying in a scout machine. John Mitchel, killed-in an aviation accident today, became a fly- and TtillarT'troops'show that a new I er for the army after having been de- phaso of. the great battle la develop-1 teated last fall for re-election as may iiiE which might expand into a ma- or of New iork. He hod served one ior'operalion on' any part of the front term as tho chleF eiccuthe ot tin where tho situation was found favor- city, the youngest major ever elected to that ottico On July 19 next he Reporis'of thej recent highly suc-lwould have been 39 icars old _ I ccE6iul strokes at tho German lines jiajor Mitchel went Into the army aro taken here lotodlcato that General Borvicu with mllllarj train no' ibngerYe-1- Washington, July 0. roan power and rapidly extending con- trol ot the: air have permitted the adoption of a new policy hy General Foch, supremo commander of the al- lied armies oh the Western front, in.the opinion'of many observers here. They believe the sequence of hard local blows that have been struck recently by'French, American, British rrench Repulse Attempt ,08 Germans To Win BacJ Ground u, VICTORY OF SAMMIES AND AUSTRALIANS ,WAS NOTABLE ONE London, July German j artillery was active last night In the region between Vlllers-Breton-" neux and the Ancre, northeast of Amiens, where the. Australians have recently gained, valuable ground, according to today's War Office report. WERE REPULSED Paris, July troops under tho ur- jug having taken the course al Platte gent keeping rigidly while he was 11 Foch BVMl _ while he mayor. Upon Jom- the defensive.in.order to conserve his the aviation corps he forces :fp'r the expected renewal of the ferred to San Diego Cal, alter German "offensive. The fact that the Buccessfull> covering the cadet train Germans hava become complelely period ho became a fullfledecd prised and overwhelmed by several ot dyer. He frequently mentioned .1 tJ. -1 hpl l_ _ .si 1 great principle dent "I am dellgbled to have seon these herb near the fleli of the great- German Denounces Policy if world has. over known. stand a great American has said 'it annageddon fighting for tho Lord.' As Mr. the country side, resbiinded, with three Prerlous to the premier and; watched Dril- Ish' 'and training-to- gether on-nearby fields, v' -'Confident of Mwlt July.; Oer- man blow will not bo, less dangerous because'otiUi'Mim9 employed parlns comforttag to know tiat responsible for Ino eoamana.ol the allied armies are confident of the Mr. Bon of the exelieouor dinner..lo tho dele gales bt the parliamenlary commcrcla confprence. ;v.-( nt'is Impossible lo (orcsco the tut he-said.' '.'but'.I do believo.tha fatefuthour 6t this war Is upon aid if In anolhbr three months on enemy-hare won no strategic oSieol then their- cnmpalgn will have falle ann it''Vlll. I hopo'be a decisive The pormfalioa of the enemy po, ers was IM.MO.OOO; thai ol the Enlent nllfarics That In Itse leaguejof nations with a mil terrible, but the tcbnomlc force slwng. No. Ot Wag, he there was no 4onbt, jnst as th5 allies were stand- Ing together would they stand when ovfr to repair the The chancellor BO linineiiWe of-pcaes. There Is iw to It, I fear, except roitBedCrbiid through iTlctory. It will be fatal to' the world'and to the l( they ft'ro not aV'r.'dDM. Amsterdam, 'j uly i itte r at- tack on the Girrnaii. peace with Rumania and rnllifarlirnwismade in the debate In the relchltaa Thursday 'by, Socialist, according to the Zeltung Etsen, "Wa" reject ;the Rumanian he the Uk- rainian traaty, ,it will1 not Rurrtantiin Jews ttlll Uck rights. This .treaty Is ing but burterinV, for; petroleum and' railways. "The nothing but dltguned, pfrtiaps undisguised Here the prVsloWnt called upon the tpeaTcer to ebserye moderi- tlon In his :r Ihe 'combined Australian and American troops, assisted tby a fleet ot English manned tanks l German prisoners were ad t nutting ruefully that the drive had, been conducted twith cleverness and nvincib'e courage To this praise1 as added a lelegram from ileld Mar I anil Halg to ex- i pressing his warm congratulations on he victory which attended the. opera- tions and on the skill rand gallanfJTi with which it was eieculed. The and ytoday were Iheir ncwlj won posts' slons slronglj after having repulsed a series of three counterattacks dur- ing the one on each flank a third In Ihe center. 'All these enemy assaults were thrown back easily and still more prisoners were added to the large number taken yesterday, while many of the hostile" infantry-perched In the attempts lo regain that Jrhlch they had lost Additional reports confirm previous ones that the enemy, casualties (rom my. fingers. .Then the, boat -was plunged in total' nsrkness. I ran {or life 'preserver and got to the tipper deck. In time to help Ihe' women And children escape in Iho life A "Al.thal the waler was ap to the' state rooms Immediately below the'pUoi hoviso on one side and up (o W. Had Establish Bolshevik! Reign in Windsor, Ont., .Tulf nrres of Andrew Bobinko, 26, alleged co conspirator of John Perchuda, whc was committed tor trlal-on charges o the police believe they hav discovered a conHnent-wide plot I overlhrbw lawful nnthorlty and es fabllsh a similar regime fo that hi stlluted In Russia by .Trotsky an entne, --_-.. Arraigned In the police court ye ral hflllon francs have been trans- erred to Swiss banks nan banks, according to tho OrtetMnf it Thurgovlo f' Tho funds'are destined'to aid fc volutionary propagauoa alona; Bolshevlki lines in "nllled AT with Sulfaerland as a centre or ntrlmo, according to the Trt; June" It Is slated thit the s encouraged by the Germans seHledModay the guaranre p proving a ttltutc for by th. senate- T for hto ;