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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 20, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta VQLUME JULY 1917 NUMBER SUNS CONFIDENT IS WEAPON OF VICTORY THE 1laiit Will Develop Great Possi btiities for Our Coal 1 Says Ono hundred years will see th end of tho anthracite coal In Pennsyl In the people of ited States are already demanding that an embargo ho placed on the pnler to conserve it fo Ontario and Manitob will then baye depend on Albert and Saskatchewan for their op en ing up a greatniarkeMor the was provided tho coal be reduced t siicli a stalb that It can lie handle This statement made to th board of trails at a meeting last nlgl by chairman Dominion research council wh is in the west looking into the posa billtles of developing the various i fhe country In oidcr tha they riiay speeded uj after war to help pay the enormous debt or Canada which threatens to be as against about While In the McCallum visited the Gait Collieries iff company with President Marnoch ofihe Iraard trade and consulted the coal industries bl plan on which the research council is now working Is i the lignite What is Ilf By Now that we know that no one Is o get a rakeoff left Me we can get Idea of whit days for Intellectual social where highest sEed talent In the different lines ill be In Untied Slates such men as El Thomas Wll iam Howard Theodore Boose President Henry Van jke and inany others continu epent much bl eaion with the It is only by utilizing the Chiulau qua miking the appointments continuous so that a speaker canad Iress one meeting in the afternoon and me at nigh the great miss f the people to near such not ed andlts only by utlllilng the Cheutauoua Idea gathering In large crowds In a asmall town and country district ever be able to hear such As has been previously slated the Is in and Canadian talent Is not available yet to tho extentthat It Is In the United Iheprogram is giv ing great The following laa telegram from the Chautauqua of Coo small country place where the now being held Major Comirfit leo over sold Single son will go over great educational movement munlty is but yet getting universal support from country pntlpeople need not and help committee bythorough Robert Chautauqua A Einll So you can see thaUlhe ChaDtauiiua SB answering Ihe Its BriquetttrJi McC all briquet ting means of develop inEeconouilc fuel European is a different s thfen general toqd in western any bri quetllng so been a proceas lar with anthrac iio dasl the purpose of overconi But the plan on which the research councilis working will go much poal contains a percentage The coals in the Lothbridge fieldrun from six In pier of In Sastatch ewanwhere thero enormous beds easily the producl runs as high as water in its makes 1L easily It wTUnot stand the weather so cannot bb Freight as nigh as freight onfall So Iho nalufal Ihing to do is to drlyeoffthe Brlquettlpi will in proceas thecoal is a iargo revolving relortranrt vplalllo inalterdrivcn Theijfflldue contains pracilcally nil Ihe heating which can be ar andpressed large that rnado so far thai Saskalchewanllgrilto can realed and manufactured per ton a I making it aboutnine or ten rfpllars al whereas Pennsjifania anthraclle l laiddown there at present for about per loii and Market relchstao yesterday ajioptedi the majority peace a tvote of 214 riit Extremist Russians Re fuse to Meet German Attack and Huns Break Through July Rus sian failure to hold the Germans Tn Eist Galicia says todays offi statement due to extrem ist detachments holding meetings and discussing the advitability of obeying orders which soma regi ments had refused to The Russian statement says the 607th Mlyney regiment situated between Batlcov and KTanajov voluntarily retired before the attackingGer and as a result the neigh boring units also has to General Attack r Germans mat n general attack last night on th whole sector of tjre Afsnefrom b Iween Craonne anil usln large lrdtes of The war o fice announces that the French wit slood their Euriousassaults and mat talneil their positions everywhcr The ground before the French pos ona was strewn wllli German dead i rt GERMAN f 0 via Ar tillefy activity in Flanders increased extremeviolence ho German war office statement la Bjed Part of the Frencn posl d Later some of hese trenches were abandoned dur g a French troops hive pushed forward through t three strong Russian zones fol defense he and Zlota Lipa riv ers in eastern says toda s official The Russians suf fered the statement adds and are retreating in disorder The Germans took a tew thousand prison At Dvinsk and Smor gon along the Stokhod River and from the Zlota Ltpa to south of the ter the statement add ar ttllery fire increased in THE CRYING NEED PEACE AS VICTOR MitJjaelis Maiden Speech Is Direct Appeal Agaiusfc Peace as Proposed by tlte Germany Can Win With Her Submarine Warfare in Which She is Allies for War WouldbeRationer you know of any bill to cure a healthy Drafting New Army July for the began at the senateoffice building this morn ing at the presence of Secretary the senate and house mllifary a group of high officials of the gov ernment and representatives of the Is estimated that from 10 to 12 hours will be re quired id draw all of the numbers required to fix the order of libaility each of the COO men Fired Shot at Kerensky attempt to assassinate eneky was made today at the town of Polotsk A l spot fired at trte minister missed New July QcOdraan ind Alet were udered released from 100 bail cachby Unlfefl States Court ywhen ie granted a erfil tri cases In Washington FOHIi Pennsylvaniacoal Is shut I Aroerta arid Saskatchewan lignite coal can he treated and can be made to re placeitW in Ontario ant thus opening up a great niarXct for our comprises 12 percent of the toUl coal deposits of tho in the brlqueUirig there ari be ol enor mous valne to the coal mining cen A ton of llgnlio In the process of briquelllng off about eet of About feet of Is nsed for heating the tearing feet which canbe iised for heat Ing and lighting in other rhen there ammonia byprbdtict wilX be IJiltwrtanltor ng McCaliim statesthat these pro tases may he some tlmo in the future ut they are bound to come and tbo wnefit the centres1 win be en he fill do much to speed np production to Canadas vrtr Aleohal For whijo In tho Iso looked over Ihe A jrge part Of It Is not fn The csearch council now using IKp of PAto 8 coron ers Jury lastnight returned ilTerdict holding Willbm Mon responsible f jf Brije hom lie shot on a Sand Monday i netl irisy Beii hovering between life and detUi In a hosplf at Ren f rew jtet in Ills Leltchs 6 hospital lering from ballet woirad thrpliih hfl right lung anitir 1 Ure i MOR 4 ton nbpcrlM to the Coat Creek plosion fond brings total U over of which1 Wt are 80 dependents from thevrfM aster which occurred who wero slstatte froni this are i men III ly Ion the provincial tloii OVERNIGHT Having brought up relliforce ments all along the line the Germans and AustroHungarians licia have what a offensive against the From near the norilieaslern bonier ot Galicia south wardto theloV Kaliisz the operations full hut have notyet developed toanextent where narlicit battle In their Thelatest German official commun icationannounces that the Germans have accepted tho gage of battle thrust vnon them by the i in a counterattack on the line gtlaVd ing Lemberg from the east feftted the Russians over a wide front near Eelocholt which lies on nopolLemberg about 40 miles distant from the the norfh jpfVolnynla and still fartlwr north on various sectors to the Baltic es and Dvitisk heavy irtlllery duels are being fooght Near hi the famous Volhrnlan oriress triangle the capture of many prison Apparently the fjermans are Intent in hrofiWng the French line in the re on between Sofssons and another tremendous Essault fromnorthwest of Craonnoto eait of Iffio Ihefiiry were thrown picked troops were mowed down everywhere and theat like others thai had preceded Near Quentin where for tome tlroo the situation been IheGermans also delivered afront of Itoont a hal More succeeded In penetrating French line only to expelled from themin a i There has been no dtoinnlion bl the artillery dnols between the Gerinins sad flrlflsh Innorthern BelglnmJnor Ih the ceaseless attacks the British havebeen asking agalnit Otrnun trenches Coir many chy Le Preux these Infantry Quacks have resnlieci in the British regaining all the ground to of Afraa on the terrific heat the Bfltjsl operating the turV irthe request of the local Childrens Aid Society is granted by iho council all children under the age o eighteen years will Ie taken in charge by officers n on the nubile BlreetSiOr after nim oclock at night unaccompanied b parents or legal The re considered brielly at 111 council meeting this but nothing was Tho members of the council felt tint the restriction was too great At same time they recognized that certain conditions had arisen In connection with the employ Saljsfadory ijiawProducts Is Says ment of young girls In cetain places demanded someat Action will be taken All Is Quiet in Petrograd July has beLn restored in Petrograd and plans itriictUn ofthe on the basis of oarty reprtsenta tiin as before the crisis are accordmq to to Russian Wouldnt it UB about the fitfestlhin n the world if everWestera Canad farmer able utilize his straw for the gaso his farm or heating and lightln his farm buildings v Probably it sounds in the ot McCallum chairman of the advlsoi council of scientific and industrial r search It contalasgreat possibilitie andlo the members of tho board trade council last night that research workwasbeing done find a In he Intimated th ans arcunder way for the manufa ofa farril plant which will ithln the every farmer i With this plant it will be isslbleforafarmer tomanufactnre half an hour a day enough gas to and light his farm hometor n ay In severaTdays in J Experiments wbjch have been car ed out show that500 pounds of wheat raw will manufacture about c feet of process of manu acture fakes half an hour of me Jf McCallumalso thinks thatwes ern Canadas biriier twine should all out Vhichnow along carried out Tha ax strawmight ajib beused for msk ng linen of mechan hare a 12mile advance up til SaphrilM in the Cmicasni re the Russtarisr hare raids igifnst mini July proximately 5000 shots were ex Rio Grande yesterday at Ojo eight mllei southwest of be bortier ptrol and 3 number of unldenti There were no Americanr casualties but the two or three Mex Icim were seen to during the which started at 11 dlclftck yesterday morning and Minedat t Mexkam July lllchael the new Imperial German chancel In his address to theReichstag hursday declared his ad esion to Germanys com asserting it to a lawful mea justifiably adopted and adapted sation that Ihc submarine warfare Is contrary to international law and vio lates the rights of Germany had to choose this last measure as a counter measure of self Now it must carry it through for the purpose of shortening the Tha T shortening the submarine war Is accomplishing all and Dr Mlchaells opened his than all it is expected False peech with a hearty tribute to I reports which found their way in the on the retiring press as a result of the secret session of the Reichstag evoked for a time certain which ended at a particular They jperlal whose he aid history would The hanceilor declared war was orced upon unwilling Germany by the usslan mobilization and that the sub narlne war was also forced upon Ger isny by Great block do and starvation Subs Will Win War July llchaelis in his address tho Reichstag yesterday Germany would not continue the war a dav lonr r If It could obtain an honorable Americas intervention was not egarded with serious concern The German particularly the submar would master the The faiut hope at he head of the neutrals would check 3rest Britains illegal blockade was The Speaker had done all and more till did the fatherland no I clare in fact that the submarine war accomplishes in destruction of en emy tonnage what it It im pairs Englands economy lite and the conduct of the war month to mouth in a growing degree so that It will not be possible to oppose the necessity for peace much We can look to the further labor of the jrave submarine with complete con 1 desire to send home greetings to troops on all aea air and What un der leadership of greatcommand ershave accomplishedInthree years unprecedented in Uie worlds hls Ourthough U also turn to oar OH PAGE dlsKrvicu to the fatherlancl ilichaelis in the address said Bitter criticism bit been directed against a highly deserv ing manwho occupied trHs post be fore me Thiscriticism ha been oft Inspired by and hatred I think it would been better if Rumity and hate paused When the hlstorv of this War lies open before us we shall all alike appreciate what Dr Von BethmandHollwegs chancellorship meant lorthe enemy Appointed chancellor by the En 1 have the honor first time tocommunicate with yourhigh A great weight has been laid on my shoulders in a most time God and German INSTEAD OFPAf Commissioners New Cheaper Plan For Thir teenth cal i heeded ie flax straw in o that the waste which goes on Canada In onnectlon raw products Is to be if to do our in con erving I ventured to undertake it and shall now serve the cause to the utmost ofmy I beg from jou your tmst co operation in the spirit which has been splendidly maintained in this body during the said Chancellor Mich a ells to the Reich states men as shown by their blue that RusaEan mobilization must lead to war with they ad dressed not a word of warning to Rus sia against military while my predecessor in instructions July to the ambassador at directed him to say that we would willingly fulfil our aa an ally but must refuse to permit involved in a world throagh Aw Disregarding our com the man who kindle a worldwar does not writa thts Vv a man who Is laboring for peace to the v The of the Hvasltt army compelled to aeixe tin There ho to us and what is true of is true also of our partfcvlat ly the submarine We deny the accv It is more than that Instead of paving 13lh SI as has been here tofore proposed city cooncil will decide on macadamizing The plan has been nnder considei4 ion by thn commissioners for some and at a special meeting tills uiorning were prar pareilanil will bepresented UP the ratepayers tomorrov The dif f erence in ooit of the the neighborhood be In favor the An eight inch macadam street irpro For ttils the city would qlure to purchase a rock also heavy steam would be properly drained IKJ tkat there would be a good base the It Is pointed out that one of the vantages of macadamizingta txiatthe citj would have in band the equip ment and material or paving certain blocks each would allow or a definite plan of the city streets tp be carried la the case of the Is very hlgti j enough work is done to riant a paving sendlsc plant here fa do the Part o the money will be rataed by ocal Improvement bylaw and pot y a money bylaw which will be pii to aTote of tie Students Removed From lt v T by Premiers Motion military ser vice bill was atirftnced this passed through and will come a reading on Tues saw a lively In iebaie on two Imporfant the quesllon exemption of divinity students from mllftarj students In the provinceof i3fr ijiurier favored tempt ing Britain and tho united Changes made in the bill make It possible suppress newspapers at flagrant violation of this leg Iliat opposing or critic U Ing This romJU Mo ot Fervice and the liberty of the press tho nsucjjapermen of ojnnfttomj MARKETS wheat OctoMr wheat Locil Octefcer Octtbtr and The wVsJdrppped the hill on the mot ion a divis ion was taken npbh Ajnongst the liberals who the dropping the exempting fn Graham Ne Douglas and The nallonallsU voted o the other side The premier In moving deletion of the said dlvfnfty covered a larger clasi tKanhad been confer ptati ami the erm clergy accord Mnr to rtclwled practical ill the tai dlviatty Oliver and tie argument They protested a hare the same rights as other cion of a newipaper tlon without trial Mr tended llberately violated the taw irt pnnlshfil br swpnreMloa Mf Mi amendment rnovil by Otfrtr wiit declared lost on then way with the cotoMeraiiM wn railway act f July Zelting commenting recent seizure by Brrtlsh naval of German steamers oft the JXtch uy The Dutch guiufManH most recocBlM that we It mtaMrea and rtift to MreaJlr MAMHT READY 4 MPT v tag to a at the frala got 4 ;