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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 12, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta Southern Albertas Big Amalgamated Stampede and July 22nd to 27th VOLUME JULY 1918 NUMBER 179 TISH BY ANTIBOLSHEVIKI FORCES F orces AnH Are Marchmg on Moscow A Big Clash Is Expected yVre Nearing Bolsheyiki Cap italrFood Situation in i Petrograd is Bad GERMANS MAKE STUPENDOUS DEMAND ON CONQUERED RUSSIA July x leader the Social Revolution ists marching Moscow at the head of numerous of unarmed says a dis patch from Stockholm to the Part of force arrived In the outskirts of the Bolshevik German July Germanys claim for Indemnity from Russia amounts to the round sum of seven billion according to a teport printed in the Berlin Vosslcho of the work done by the mixed commission to take up consid eration ofclaima growing out of the soncluslon of the BreBtLitovsk This commission has concluded Its lesslon durrhff which the German rep nys the pre sented claJmffaggregating the Darned or Immediate letUwnent ot is U Is Cholera In JuV to the great Ihortage of cholera ison tba in crease In Petrograd and of persons are dally tailing victims to saya a Russian wireless dispatch re poived Peace With Finland July Bolshevik government of Russia has agreed to enter into peace negotiations with Fin which had expressed through Die German a desire to irrange a peace treaty with BULLETINS ONE ARRESTED July of of Count Von Mlrbaeh German ambassador to was arrestedThursday according to a Moscow dispatch to Frankfurter Zeltung which transmitted from Copenhagen by the Exchange Telegraph Com RETURN TO BELGIUM July Havaa The King and Queen of the Belgians tarho had been visiting England have Returned to France by the sarnie taoans which they used in crossing channel to England the The return the news papers lasted thirty The loyal couple said they were delighted arlth the experiences of the aerial BOYCOTT HUNS July The Memphis Cotton Exchange today unanimously adopted a resolution to expel any member who for period of ten years after haa bsen engages In trade with subjects of any now at war with the United LAUNCH 18 8HIPS San July tesn large steel ships will oat launched hsre on Labor Sep tember If plant made at a con ference yesterday between directorgeneral of the emergency last tforporatleis and officers of the labor organlH tlons are ly hundred thousand of would be added to the United marine by the pro Shlpbulldlng pledged themselves break all construction ROUNP UP SLACKIRS July roundup by Federal agshts anfl the police of alleged slackers and unregis tered aliens which brought to var ious police stations nearly thousand men last contln x ued Tha serious Inci dent was shooting by a qov of Qustav attempted to from ths who wished to exam York card more close IV HUNS WILL STAND BYPjrfPQLICY Announced Terms Will Not Be Departed Says Von Hertllng July Is the closest union between the political leaders of Germany and the German army heads regarding their readiness to receive peace proposals from the allies if they are offered in a spirit of This is contained in a dispatch from quoting Chancellor Von The programme of Germanys for eign the chancellor laid down In Germanys reply to the Papat peace note and It would by ad hered That would be a righteous peace and Germany has not and will not her however strong the idea of destruction was express ed in allied The recent speeches of President Wilson and Foreiira Secretary Bal he forced to continue the FOR CAPTURE Alberta AttorneyGeneral Offers This For Grande Prairie Murderers July attorney general of Albertshas offered flOOO reward for the capture of the murder ers who perpetrated any of the two crimes committed recently In the Grande Prairie section of the pro Thla takes In the murder of four Charles Frank Par John Undward and Ignace Patln found slain on a homestead Mid the murder of John Snyder and hta Charles on their in the same FOOD CONTROL FOR TIME AFTER WAR July con trol In England probably will con for at a short while af ter ac cording to John the now hfad of the food cubjsct with the Dally control tald rf Whether food will continued after war on how long war t It oreat ed will disappear when It and for a eon will to act In tlon until nor mal HUNS MAKE SOME HOLLAND AmvUrdami July Ing to Germany from Holland alxty three ten thousand tons of two million 150 of fat quantity of thousand of and two hundred thousand In Qtrmany also a certain pf from Dutch an additional credit of million monthly CHARGE July djtpatoh by the tlss of M director of the Revue chargedv with being Implicated In of par sons In accussd pf cor responding with It n that he an In Switzerland governmfnt In CRY KAMERAD Germans Anxious to Stop Air Raids on Their Own Towns v July cam paign has been undertaken along the Rhine in order to prevent al lied aerial bombardment of Rhine The Landtag of the Duchy of Baden has been asked to pass a resolution requesting the govern ment of the grand Duchy to exer cise its influence with the Imper ial authorities to come to an agree ment with the belligerents to abandon on both sides the aerial bombardment of towns outside the zone of military In a speech in the Landtag In favor of the Deputy Narun de clared that aerial attacks on local ities behind the front serve no military purpoa and that only women and children would ATTACKED GERMAN VIENNA July Toronto Mall and which occurred In Vienna and other plaeea following the breakdown of the Austrian of fenslve culminated in a vicious attack the German em bassy In according to the moat recent reports from a reliable neutral Before the military and police could Intervene much damage to the structure e aald to have been July force con tlngenta acting with the British navy half a ton of bombs on the City of Constantinople on July It was announced by the admirafty RAILWAY MEN STRIKE July Russian railwaymen arc on strike In several acoording to the Leipzig the strike threatens to become May on Citizens to Arrest Calgary Officer Case to Supreme Court X July the request of James representing the Federal the appellate court this morning agreeed to defer its decision in the Colonel Moore contempt case until four oclock this after Chief Justice Harvey In agreeing to Muirs request said that the courts announcement would only take a It Is understood that If no word is received from Ottawa In the meantime the court will Instruct SheVlff Graham to arrest The sheriff has thepower to call os every ablebodied man In the community to hla assistance and that he will do so by proclamation IrTthe newspapers and on the bill boards commanding them to assemble at designated bringing i arms they July Import antquestion of the validity of the orderlncouncll of April can celling exemptions granted under the Military Service reached the supreme court of Canada this morning in the form of an appli cation of a writ of habeas corpus for George Edwin of who is under arrest be cause he refused to don a mili tary uniform at Niagara and also declined to be Inocufat After hearing the application Judge Anglln con aented to the Issuance of an order referring the matter to the full supreme court which will sit July This was done at the request of deputy minister of justice and no objection was raised by of who made the applica tion on behalf of As a re sult this application will be the basis for the settlement by the courts of the highly Important matter of the validity of the order lncouncll of April There will be no appeal from the judgment of supreme court of danger of the possibility of anob jection to such an appeal bolng taken thereby being In the course of bsfore Justice Chrysler explained that the applicant for the writ of ha beas Is a farmer who had boon refused exemption by the local He went before the appeal tribunal at Halleybury and exemption so long as he remained on the From this decision the military authorities appealed to the central appeal judge and the application was be fore Justice Duff on when the ordeMrvtcouncil was Like similar relating to the classes affected by the order it was not proceeded Anglln referred to fact that the ordtrlncouncll had been passed when parliament was In That was an objection to It whllch he said he would to hear He alao pressed a desire to judg ment of the ind Quebec Justice Anglln asked if t would be to ment In special session should court declare the Ineouncll Invalid and New combe replied that It LIMIT Apart from the habeas proceedings which eome before the full court bench next difficulty arisen over the point raised in other court proceedings that the one hundred thousand limit to under the Military Service already has been What Is the exact number of reinforcements is now a matter of A total of between and is but it is asserted that this is inclusive of v men who should not properly be classed as mili tary service act In any event some modification of existing clause is likely to be a matter of early Announcement already has been made that the provision will be amended only with the consent of ARRANGE A July early ses sion of parliament again discuss ed here as a While no apprehension Is felt in official circles that the supreme court will uphold the validity of the April cancelling certain It Is under stood that the parliamentary ar rangements for an early session been made should the sup reme court take view of the Alberta court of Robertson Says Situation in Great Britain is Much Better Now ANADA AND HAVE HELPED BY THEIR CONSERVATION Jufy optimistic view of the food in Great Britain is taken in a cablegram re ceived by the minister of agriculture from who Is rep resenting tne department of agricul ture on a special mission The improvement in the Robertson attributed largely to the American and Canadian campaigns for conservation and in creased production the availability of additional shipping the British food controllers regulations rigorous ecoiiomy in France Italy In crease in the English potato crop for 1917 of bushels more than Robertson finds that the com modities that are scarce are butter and With increased Englands cereal crow are in excellent condi Farmers report uncommonly large yields per The situation in regard to the sup ply of food is still dominantly import although safe for the and reserve stocks must be accumu lated against a possibility of partial cropsfailures next year or eome new war The need for sav ing and buying war securities is bet ter understood and acted upon here than In those deriving reven ues from farm which are financed by the recog nize the duty of Investing part of their receipts In war bonds to enable the government to continue paying cash for British Forces on Front in France Number 2 Million French Continue Successes Germany Cannot of The League Outlined Acknowledged German Has Been Active in in Aid ing Germany July WH liam former editor the Alberta a Ger man held here ar rest under a presidential has been buying supplies in shipping them camouflaged to whence they were sent to Germany by German agents working there in col lusion with was the theory upon which federal agents are working The fact that Krank enhagen was president of the Hagen which he organized by merely setting up an office here after his escape from wherehe was suspected of German activities gives color tothe The Hageji sknd Krankenhagen numer ous business connections lean federal agent said Krankenhagen makes no secret of his I owe my allegiance to I am not a GermanAmerican but a German cit It is too much to expect a sub ject of Germany to turn over complete ly and become antiGerman in of present he He will probably he interned on a diet of the best food of with the best liberties available and under most sanitaryconditions in a United States internment camp for the balance of the British Have Big Fighting Force in the Front Lines in France Now BASE NINE LLION IN DEBT Canadas Net Debt is Now Less KILL OFFICERS July serloue mut iny among the Austrian troops In one of the occupied districts of Siberia Is announced by the Ser bian press bureau The gar risen at the former Serbian broke Into rebel lion because of bad the statement and many of the officers were The mutiny wae suppressed af a veritable battle In which machine guns and artillery were freely NO FOOD RUMANIA July peas ant population Is In a more pre from lack of food and clothing than at time Rumania entered the Reports reaching the As Press from authoritative Indicate that all are If the Ger mans expect any food from the report eon 4hey have only the the prevent get a has exclu ded herself from the society of na tions and will remain outside or it as long as she Is embarrassed hy mili tarism and the door will not be open ed until she saya Andre who is writing a report on ttie League of Nations ifor the foreign affairs committee of the chamber of In a statement to the Petit Deputy Lebey adds The allies have organized at Ver sailles an interallied war council Why should tHey not organize there an interallied committee to study the idea of a league of nations This would be a sort of a small sized inter allied peace parliament to do for peace what the war council seeks to do for The two actions are parallel and This first Inter national parliament would he a germ of a League of July is claim ed to be the most valuable car of grain iu the was received last night hi the Winnipeg The Avhlch contained came and con tained or pounds of prices went up Tues A total of was realized on the The transaction was made through the United Grain Grow High Low THET WEATHER 49 July net debt at the end of June amounted to an increase during June of Revenue on con solidateil fund account during amounted to as compared with in June last War expenditure for June 1918 on capital account was ag ainst in June last In this it is pointed out that the totals are merely those of accounts which have actually passed through the hooks during the For the first three months of the fiscal year ehdod June the revenue of the Dominion totalled as compared with July Canadian war museum has just arrivqd from Eng via and Is tp be dis played for the first time on thiscon tinent in the exposition park The proportions of the museum may be gathered from the fact that H took seven largo freight cam to carry It here from the metropolis and It is not all here Though the countless cases containing the exhibits have not aa yet been It is known that museum includes one zeppe two ten heavy several machine countless email uniforms and all kinds of other German war mater The exhibit will take from twelve thousand to fifteen thousand square feet in the central building of the lo cal That is the amount of apace allotted It and indlcatlous twe tfeat at Jt will be FRENCH CONTINUE THEIR ADVANCE AMIENS UNDISTURBEL July village of on the Savlerea River esst of VillersCotterets has been captured by the says the official statement from the War Office The French also continued their progress north of Farm and east of Fav Javage northeast of feverolles also was raids north of Mont Didler and in Champagne the French captured fifteen official statement reads Our troops continued their pro gress north of Chavigny Farm and east of Last night our troops occupied the village of Longpont and the Javage Two one north of Mont r Didler and the other In Cham r pagne resulted In the capture of fifteen BRITISH RAIDS July raid Ing operations were carried out by ilrltlsh troops last netably In the Flanders near Merris and the War Of fice announced Prisoners were takenin a patrol encounter in the Kemmel sector on TWO MILLION BRITISH July British In France now gregate two million says the Havas correspondent on the British This equals the number on the front In TOOK PRISONERS July Brit ish party raided the German near south of the A patrol clash In the neighbor hood of northeast of Arras also resulted In the taking of In their operation In the vicin ity of Merris the British took 120 AMIENS UNDISTURBED Parlsr July and bombing airplanes have not harassed the city of one of the In drive of March alnce June Previous to that and during fighting along the Somme the bombardment of the city hat been eo heavy that the civilian population had been The Italians Take Berat July tion of Berat arid the capture of quantities of war material arid many prisoners by the advanc ing Italian army In were announced today in an official die patch frorn The massage of lass es Inflicted upon the In surprise attacks at Conca Laghi and In Val DAssa and of the re pulse of enemy attacks on the southern slopes of Saaso Rcssfb Bad weather was reported in tilt Altl Piano of WONT RATIFY July Chilean cabinet has refused to tlfy the recent look Ing toward the renting of Interned German steamers by Chilean The leading papers accept this action as a de finite failure of thl attempt to add the German vessels to the Chilean merchant NUNS LOSE THIS July has lost Its trade In paper pa per products on east South America tc the with i cording to a today by bureau of foreign and dontMttt i that mills will be able to DM bws MM ;