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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 20, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE TWELVE THE LETHBnmOE DAILY MEBALD Siberia Described as Being in a Transitional Stage Jnlf present Situation M Siberia amy be described transitional from the Bolshevlkl re iimH to conditions never yet permit tins An The mili tary Us forty thousand Czechoslovaks fcold the traniSlberinn railway be tween Samara and detach fnents occupying Novo Tomsk and Krasnoy The CzechoSlovak national court at Vladivostok assumes that the cooperating with Slovak bod ies hare overthrown the Botahevlkl in the aforesaid but details are not available owing to the total in terruption of All communication with the It that the Ctechs are tnovjn east ward in thei direction of their rear is It Is estimated that five hundred thousand war prisoners are distribut ed throughout of whom thirty five thousand have voluntarily joined tho Red Guards or become engaged In German political This number may be augmented as the Bolshevik have forcibly recruited war Of the fourteen thousand Czechs who reached are engaged In active1 military operations against the Bolshevik at Khabaro The Czechs tpday occupied Spasskaia after Overcoming stubborn Bolshevik agitators are trying to arouse the villagers against the Having assumed responsibility for ordef here the have mMntaln ed quiet in They do not support the selfstyled Siberian gov ernment and do not take offers of assistance from Husaian factions op posed to the It that the Red Guard movements are directed by officers of the Central Many Magyar troops are fighting with the Bolshe July Is The CiechoSlovaks are as suming responsibility for order though recognising the municipal and county Tho assistance of all the Russian factions in their operations against the AustroGermans and the Red Guards who are opposed to their pro gress is being refused by the The destruction of rallwa bridges on this side of the Ural moun tains is being carried out In the Gei man manner of Some o the bridges Were wrecked and are nov being repaired Situation Serloua Americans here say the evidence n hand shows that Germany is preparing to disorganize Siberian communlca They think the situation Is ser The attitude of the Czechoslovaks Is modest but The operat ions of the national council are being loyally supported by officers and men Americans wlio have visited the fighting front sfty they saw manj Magyars and report that many CzechoSlovaks found on the battle had been brutally mutilated be tore Important operations octinrred on July 4 in the broken country five miles to eight miles southward oi The battle front wns three miles Two thousand CzechoSlovaks were opposed by an army including numbers of sailors and who placed machine guns behind villagers anil factory hands and thus forced them into the trenches to fight the Czecho The battle lasted eight Mean time a detachment of CzechoSlovaks deployed in the direction of Nikolaivsk threatening the enemys road of re The suc ceeded in looting Nikolaivsk and es caped on eight including ar mored destroying bridges and tunnels on the line beyond STRICTLY ENFORCE Either Parties To Strike Pros f cuted If Arbitration Not Appealed To Scene from Pego My Heart at th Majestic next week Meet Me At The fair I SPIRELLA CORSETS Will be demonstrated in a booth at the Exhibition Hall during Stampede Corsets from Parker Martin RATES OH COAL July railway board in a judgment handed down today re fuses to grant the application of the Twin City Coal Company and other consumers slack coal in Edmonton for a reduction in the rate of slack coal to that The board says that if the request were it would be taken as a precedent throughout the not onfy in coal but perhaps in other analo gous commpdities and the revenues of the railways might be undesirably placed at a time when it is in the in terests of all railways that they should be kept in as high a state of efficienc as July order in conn ell hits been passed based upon th recommendation of the minister o labor with regard to tho prosecution of employers who cause lockouts ant employes who strike without first ap plying for a board of conciliation and awaiting its The text of the in council is as follows The council committee of the privy council haVe before them a report dated July from the mlnleter of representing that in numer ous especially In certain Indus the provisions of the Disputes Investigation Act of 1907 making it unlawful for any employer to declare or cause a lockout or for any employes to go on strike over any dispute prior or during a referen dam of such board of con and Investigation under the provisions of that have been en tlrely ignored by one or other party to the Recently this course has been more frequently foljowed resulting in cessation of workIn es sential industries which in many cases have been avoid ed had the provisions of the said act been The minister further observes that the Federal government has not at any time since the enactment of the statute instituted any legal proseciv t jon for the violation of its nor have any snch been otherwise be un except in few cases by prlfp And the minister is convinc ed that should the Federal govern ment proceed to enforce the said pro visions of the it would increase ts effectiveness in the best interests of the The minister is further of the op nion that an announcement should be made by the government that imme diate steps to this end will be taken o prevent interruption of work and avert the evils The recom mends Uiatssuh action by the govern nent as may be necessary to ensure he prompt prosecution of any viola ion of the provisions of the said Uould be taksn 1TOGK OAllGEBY Bombing Squadrons Penetrate Beyond the Rhine and Create Havoc July bombing have again invaded Ger many and have beyond the An announcement from the air ministry says bombs were drbpped on the Benz works at Mannheim on the railway at Heidelberg on blast furnaces in tho Saar district ahd on a powder factory at the latter having been bombed yester Afire resulted at the Benz Railway trains also were at The statement reads bombing squadfrons again were active during the night of July At the Benz works at Mann the railway station at Hetdet ierg and the blast furnaces at Bur bach were the Benz works a fire broke A hostile air drome was one of the han gars receiving a direct Two trains were hit by and brought to a and then subjected to mach ine gun On July the powder factory at Oberndorf on the southwest of Stuttgart was Bursts were observed on the buildings In the All our machines returned July govern ment appointments gazetted today in clude the following James to be port warden of Montreal to succeed the ate inland revenue dlv and Andrew Robinson to be emporary surveyor of the port of 80 deniral March told the senators that the had been preparing for an offensive against the British to the north the western battlefronfr to JULY afr 1918 MMMriMMIlMHaSattnAJHMMi simultaneous with thelf iMt of fensive against the FrancoAmerican for some General March the drive against the British wns Is the probable explanation jblvetktorJthe British pol lei of fol attacking the Germans while the Frerfch and American en gaged In their Allied military General March to nnanlmous that the German offensive might have been completely Stampede Specials One NEW SCALE WILLIAMS Sfightiy One Second Hand 00 WE HAVE SEVERAL SECOND HAND PHONOGRAPHS r which we will sell at very attractive Do not buy until you see theie instruments 8pECIAL INVITATION TO VISIT OUR EXHIBIT W OUR SHOW ROOMS AT OUR 31B SIXTH STREET SOUTH SEE THE NEW EDISON The Phonograph with a Indestructible Diamond Point needles to Haines Pianos and Player Assy boia Music EVERYTHING MUSICAL 316 SIXTH STREET SOUTH PHONE 1B4S ESTABLISHED 1900 1914 HAS A COMPLAINT July Kennkamp of the Commercial tele graphers union complains wa Labor Board today that it had not de cided the demand of the telegrapher for Increased wages and better work ing Granting of the right to the operators to organize was the only question settled by the board the complaint Its Easy to DCS Here TKey fit the eye and purse selected to your satisfaction to those who demand COMFORT AND For what better values are there than The Walkover for Women and The Slater for Men Call and See us when at the Fair and Stampede iR THE SHOEMAN Third Beside Merchants Bank British Airmen Have Done GreatpDamagp to Railway Centres July Wire less evidence of the damage caused by the raids on British bombing squadrons upon the German railway systems at MetzSab is afforded by an official British photograph published This taking soon after the double raid on June 6 and the night of July 6th and from a height of more than shows in miip tho whole of the important railway junction at including the famous railway triangle at Metz where an immense number of lines converge from the Metz central station and the toward the western The effects of some exceptionally destructive bursts visible in the amongthe engine shed and workshops the center of the and the remains of two tratRs completely burnt can be clearly also is evidence of great damage tp the net work of railway Hues in the southern arm of the trian Since the beginning of June at least twentyone raids have been made up on on CRYSTAL DAIRY MILK Represents an Attention to the Most Careful Sanitary Requirements It is clarified and bottled under the most sanitary It is critically watched from farm to and is right wheYi you get Youll find it the most nourishing food for children athd grown UPS I Pasteurized milk keeps sweet longer than raw Every bottle of our milk is deliciously Use it exclusively whenever milk is requir cooking or While youre thihkirig of call Phone 1576 and leave your order to have it delivered CRYSTAL DAIRY PHONE 1576 OF IS TESTED Has Stupendous Power and Are Com pletely Reliable July newspapers jive prominence to a report of a new type of tho British laving been tested at the front with greatest is about to be employed there in large No technical details fcre but t is the new machine has enor nous speed and climbing It s capable of carrying great weight in machine guns and other equipment and of attaining a height of twenty thousand feet in an aston shingly short It is said the machine can cover ong distances at a speed which leaves all but the fustost modern scouting machines far behind and is thus able o cross the lines and drop ombs and return for a fresh loaU within a timo limit far less than any of the earlier The engines or the airplane are de lared to be HO completely reliable hat risk of compulsory descent into he enemys territory Is It s added that not one of these wonder nachines bus yet been not vlthstandtot Uir itflMpl efforts u the John Miller Albertas Eyesight 404 Underwood Calgary WILL BE AT Dallas Lethbridge JULY 22 to 27 INCLUSIVE This is YOUR OPPORTUNITY to have your eyes intelligently examined while fa city at no extra expense as consultation will hie If you are not acquainted with my ask the many in and about Lethbridge who are wearing my Do Not Hesitate to Bring the Children ;