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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - July 16, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta VOLUME X. LETHBHIDGE. ALBERTA, MONDAY, JILY 10, I'M 7 NUMBER 182 GREAT BATTLE RAGING ON EASTE FRONT VISITED THE King Spends Hour on Ridge, Praising Gallant Canadian Troops for Their Victory FRESH HONORS FOR SIR ARTHUR CURRIE BULLETINS SUSPEND GUARANTEES Lisbon, July 16.-Constitutional guarantees wore suspended throughout Portugal Saturday. The country is quiet. The government's action In thus prnctlcally institution martial law, was the Eubject of prolonged parliamentary diGcuuslon on Saturday. AUSTRALIAN LOSSES Melbourne, July 15.-The Australian casualties from the beginning, of the war up to May 21, 1917, were C0,793 according to a statement Issued by the defence department. They were divided as follows: Dead 24,106; wounded 31,585; missing 5,102. It was (explained that the men listed an wounded' did not include those,.who had gone back to the tranches. (By tho Canadian Overscan Correspondent) Canadian Headquarters in France, .lu!y lii.-Via London, July 10.- Tho king during his visit just concluded on the western front wan Interested in the battlefield of Vimy IUdKe and in Hie men who fought there so splendidly. While on the Canadian front, lie stood on the highest, point, or the ridge and looked over the plain to the oast, where the enemy still struggles tenaciously to retain his hold upon Lens. The king had seen Vimy he- ! fore under a very different: eireum- j stances. In 1916 he climbed to the , top.of Mount St. L'oi at a time when! it was a frequent, target for Gorman j Kims and looked out toward the Vimy ment. MOBILIZE NATIONAL Washington, July 16.-Mobilization of the National Guard for war service began today. While no orrisrs for embarkation of state troops for France will be given until after August 5th, when the entire force will be formally drafted into the United States army, there are Indications that come divisions will be regarded as ready to board the transports soon after that date. HAWAII FIRST IN FIGHTING MEN Washington, July 14.-Explanation today of tlio quota allotment of tho selective draft army as announced yesterday shows that the torritory of Hawaii stands in a class by itself among the states and territories, having already furnished nearly 21)00 men as volunteers in excess or the number required from tho islands to fill up tho first army. �> > > > > ? ? ? ? > SOUTHERN ALBERTA UALTIES. CAS- In today's casualty list appears the name of J. H. Hump-son of Lothbridge, wounded. No information has been obtained about this man and his name does not appear In tho list of recruits. Ho is with the infantry. V. JpnoB of Pin-chor Crook, also with the infantry, is listed uu wounded. U.S. Warships Destroyed 4 Huge Subs London, July lfi.-Four of the largest and most modern German submarines wore destroyed by American warships which were convoying the first instalment of marine troopB' to France, according to a report from German sources, ns contained in a Berne dispatch to tho Rome news agency and forwarded from Rome to the Central News. , . Pres. Watters Says Conscription Will He Opposed if Industries Not Mobilized Ottawa. July 15.-J. C. Walters, pre sident of tho Dominion trades and labor congress, in a speech at Hull, Que., tonight attacked Sir Robert Borden, the premier, who he declared had been guilty of a breach of faith in not consulting organized labor throughout Canada. Labor would oppose conscription even by a Dominion-wide strike if necessary, unless tho government showed its faith by taking over the industries of the country and devoting them lo the needs of the empire. the same plan. But accommodation cannot be secured in Magrath for such a crowd. If the Lothbridge people will give the Magrath fair society the use of the fair grounds here for this year fir'e of charge, Raymond will join with them aral bring both fairs here and stage a big stampede in connection. The next year Lethbridge would stage the fair itself in an effort lo clear up tho deficit of $:i,�00 against the iair board, and after that there is little doubt that an amalgamation of several fairs would result in a big annual district fair in Lethbridgo instead of a number of smaller fairs in the towns in the district. All the delegates from Magi-alb and Raymond are favorable to a plan for amalgamating the fairs and' think that if their proposal for this year is accepted, the amalgamation will lie the natural result. President Marnoch spoke in favor of the. schomo, while Secretary Mc.Nicol believes that if tho two fairs are transferred here this year, the provincial government j will give not only the Raymond and Magrath fair grants but also part of tho Lothbridge grant. Mr. Mc.Nicol is very much in favor or an amalgamation of fairs and thinks the present plan will do much to forward a scheme for which he worked bo hard threa or four years ago. II STEAMERS SUNK BY SUBS Now York, July 1C-Word of the sinking by German U-Boa(s of the Ley land liner freighter Sylvanian, a steamship of 1,858 tons gross, bound In ballast from Liverpool to this port and of the steamer Kioto, 0,182 tons gross, of the White Star Lino formerly in the Manchester service, was received hero today In marine insurance circles. The sinkings were reported to have occurred last week. front the troops are being shifted baclc' and forth by means of heavy automobiles in an attempt to prevent further advances by General Korailoff. On the southern front In the Carpathians the Austrlans are said to be in full flight. Russian Captures . .Petrograd, July 1G.-The Russians yesterday captured 10 officers and 900 Austro-Gerinans in tho battle in Eastern Galicia, says the official statement issued today by tho Russian war department. The Russians also took a numhor of machine guns.  From July 1, the statement says!, 834 otlicers and 35,809 men were captured by the Russians. General Brusi-loff's forces also captured 93 heavy-and light guns, 28 trench mortars, 4011' machine guns, 43 mine throwers, 45 bomb mortars, three fire throwers, 2 airplanes and much equipment. 1 Drive Out Austrlans Petrograd, July 16;-The Russians � drove the Austrlans out of tho village of Lodziany in the Lomnica river re--gion and retained possession ot tho eastern end jOf the town. Northeast; of Kalusz tlie Germans began attacking this morning, the Russians threw them Hack. Berlin Report Berlin, July 10, via London.-Throe, attempts made by the British yesterday morning to re-capture the positions won by the Germans at Lorii-baortzyde, on the Belgian front, says an official statement issued today by tho German war department, were repulsed with heavy losses to the attackers, j-Capture Town. London, July 16.-The occupation by the Russians of the Galiclan town of Dolina is reported in a Petrograd dispatch to the Idea Nazronale of Rome, as quoted in a Central News dispatch from that city. Tho Austrian army of General Boehm-Er-niolli is said to have been thrown back on the Carpathians, Strong Hun Attacks Paris, July 16.-The Germans made a series of strong attacks lost night between the Somme and the Alsne and in the Champagne, today's official announcement says. They were re* pelled everywli^ro except near Mont Haut in the Champagne where they retained a few trench elements, British Raid* London, July 16. - The following was issued '.oday at the war office: "Hostile raids were repulsed last night with loss to the enemy northw�tt ot Fontaine les Crolsilles near Armen-tieres. We made a successful raid near Oppy, where a few prisoners were taken by us." THE DRUMHELLER STRIKE Calgary, July 10.-Tho policy committee of the miners of District 18 will meet in Calgary today to discuss ! plans for tho handling of the strike In the llgnito field. Secretary A. J. Carter is expected back in the city to confer with tho minors as also is Coal Commissioner Armstrong, who has been in Ottawa conferring wi.th tho government. QUENTIN ROOSEVELT TO FLY New York, July 14.-Quentin Roosevelt, a son of the former president, was among 40 aviators vno received commissions here today as lioutei.-ants in the aviation section of the army signal reserve corps. LOCAL MARKETS Spot wheat ................. 240 Local track wheat........... 220 October wheat ............... 200 Local track oats............. 63% October oats ................ 63^ October flax ................. 2831/2 WEATHEK Hioh ........................... Low............................ Forecast: Fair and very warm. Quebec, July 15-Fifteen thousand people assembled at tho Jacques Car-tier market square toniglit, to take pari, in an anti-conscript ion moetiiij which was addressed by Senator Laii-dry, Aruiiidd Litvergne, Laetaro Roy, L. Latourneau, M.L.A., and others, after which tho large crowd marched thi'oigh tho streets with placards b" .ring Ascriptions opposing const, iption. If the invitation Attended by the good people of Barons is accepted, and it likely will be, Lethbridge people will invade the wheat centre on July liOth when the annual celebration of the Barons people will be held. The Lethbridge Hoard of Trnde received tho following message from Secretary Hansen of tho Barons committee: "Barons will hold their annual celebration on Friday, July :i0th. We extend a hearty invitation to the Leth-britlgo people, and to the Board- of Trade in particular. Come to Barons for a good time." ATTACKED CANADIAN OFFICER. .Montreal, July 15.-Lieut.-Col. I. P. Rexford, formerly commander of tin overseas battalion, and a soldier of a High-laud reinforcing company, narrowly escaped maltreatment at tho hands of a mob of 5,000 persons on Fletcher's Field this afternoon, when, during tho progress of tho anti-conscription meeting called by Mayor Mederic Martin, M. P., Col. Rexford shouted contradiction of a statement made by Alphonse'Verville, tho Liberal-Labor M.' P. BEING ATTESTED The following recruit* have been attested at tho VictmittillKwfcfes Recruiting Office for Overseas Service during the past week: Engineers Robert McLean, Carl Hill, Herbert Muiiroo, W. A. Sooley, Charles Warren. Army Medical John Enoch Finch, Wilbert McLean, Gilbert Murray Seener3, Edward i,1 Ny lands. Naval Reserve Arthur Eugene Bishop. ? Tien Tsin, July 16. - Republican headquarters here have issued'a statement In which it is declared that General Chang Hsun, the Monarchical < commander, was assisted by interned , Germans in defending his residence and that these German;) escorted Wm ' to the legation quarter where U*v,took refuge. -,.',�,�- :h 725691 88 7867 17737918 5406 28 8806 ;