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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 25, 1916, Lethbridge, Alberta LETHBRIDGE, ALBERTA TUKSDAY, JULY 25, NTMBER 100 Worse Situation Than Ever Now Over Irish Question- Negotiations Collapsed "rench Drive Enemy n Out of Trenches-- British Progress GERMAN COUNTER ATTACKS REPULSED S. Purchases Danish West Indies f.oiidnn, July status uf Ireland j from Imil lo worsn ever aincu tin1 Sinn Fein rising on Kastor Sunday for at present country is in tlie hands o[ temporary and maki'.shii't yovern- London, .Inly Tlie Briiisli mops hiivi- tho gmil-; T purl (if llio village of i iiys the British ollicial state- j iit'iil i.ssticil today. .The (imn-l ins Ill-ought up i-t'inl'ora.'iiH'iils jf infantry and tains, hut their cniinU'r-allacUs everywhere, the; statement adds, were repulsed by the British. French Advance Paris, .Inly On Ihe south innk of Ihe River Soiinne Mon-l Washington, July announcement was made at the White House today that negotia- tions have practically been com: pieted for the purchase of.the Dan- ish West Indies' by the United States from Denmark for 000. The treaty closing the trans- action probably will be signed to- day and sent immediately to the senate. garded every advice we hav violation of moat's proposals are not lair." Munitions uoard lay French troops eaplured a Properly Owners Claim a Big Damage its Result of Leaky ilcick of liousus soiltli of Ivslt-cus and drove (hi1 (imiinns nut of rcnehes norlh of Vmlmnmlo- nllicrs, savs Ihe French olliciiil Water Pipes Calgary, Alia., July tnjunct- lalemcnl issued this iiflcnidon. ion was asked in the Supreme civil 3ehveen ihe Oise and Hie Aisnej court here this morning ashing tliat the continuance of the water supply I of the municipality of Claresholm, i defendant in two actions, he stopped until such time as llie pipes convey- ing tin: supply be plfieed in such re- j pair that tlie water does not seep out evcrul German palrols were dis- persed near Tracy-Lc-Vnl. German Official Statement Biirlin, July Siiglish and Froncii combined attack llui Rivpr the- official damage properly over w itatement issued today by headmiar- iis ers -broke-down. On the eastern The first action. Is that of.James D. ron't the Russian troops succeeded in Carey, a farmer who claims' that water penetrating the German first line-On from the pipes has percolated over a small part of the front defended by and under his charter section to such mops under command of General Von j nr. extent his house and outbuildings .insingen. according to German ollic- are damaged and alkali in tlie Srpimd al statement issu'.-d today. forced to the surface. This plaintiff asks damages of al-Vl an in- junction restraining the use of the j water pipes until put in a sufficient of repair. No judge of ihe Sn- preine court has as yet dealt with the matter of injunction. Altic, market gardener, plain- tiff in the other action, claims he suffered similar damage as Carey. He asks damages of and an in- junction. Messrs Campbell and Ed- Calgary July executive of mondson of Macleod are acting for the'u. F.'A., with two exceptions, is both plaintiffs', in favor of the for whole- ;sale recruiting for overseas service Tom the farmers' organization by the expedient of having one or two moll enli.st from each of the locals and the remaining members agreeing to carry on the farms and take care of the bus- of their representative at the front One man who is very near the center of things said that he should ;certainly oppose it. and (lull with the exception of Director James Weir anil 'nice Sheppnrd, the other members of solemn agreement but I want the vernment to clearly understand that they have enterco upoti a course which is bound io increase Irish suspicion of good faith or the British slates. To inflame the feeling in Ire- laud would do serious mischief to these high imperial interests which we are told necessitates a provisional settlement of this question. "Some tragic fatality seems to dog the footsteps of this government in all their dealings with Ireland. Every step taken by them since the coalition was formed and especially since tlie unfortunate outbreak in Dublin, lias been lamented. They have disre- Tbe situation mains where it ilia! factor of This is said to bo ireiand thus re- [due to a number of causes, one nf Ihem was wilii tlie addi-jbeing the tendency of firms to take the unrest brought 1 bigger contracts than they are cap- about hy tile disappointed hopes of a settlement of the issues. Lloyd George Wanted to Quit able of Illliug. Another reason for the lessening of production, if is said, is lack of pro-' London July' Daily co-operation and co-ordination of reports that David Lloyd George, iu j large quantities of certain parts and) view of the failure of the Irish ncgot-la smaller number of other equally es- iations. of which he was the chief jsential parts. In other words tlie agent, offered to resign his olHce. jchain is just as strong as its weakest j premier's vie News, "is understood says theilink. 10 be that if j that It is pointed by officials verything -possible should be Mr Lloyd George resigns, lie should j done to avoid labor troubles as iL is himself obliged resign j highly important that, the production consider also. Tlie matter is not now being discussed." 22 Killed In Big Explosion at Cleveland the executive were of tlie same opin- ion. They believed quite enough men bail been taken from the farms already without recruiting more. COUNT DEAD lv Jlaria International Co. To Start Work At Once on Incorporation of Company Montreal, July Gazette's correspondent in Ottawa wired the fol- lowing last night: "Tlie manufacture oi Canadian nick- el in Canada is to begin at once, as i soon, that is io say, as the necessary arrangements can be completed and the necessary plant provided. The work will be done by the International Nickel Co., at whose refining mills in New Jersey, most of the nickel from Ontario is relined. The International concern has already given instruct- ions for tlie incorporation of the Can- adian company. "This information, while not coming officially, is from an authentic source, and the statement is made that no time is to be lost in giving effect to tbe arrangements now being made." Cleveland, July men are dead and half a dozen others dying as the result of an explosion of gas in the water- tunnel five miles from shore underneath Lake Erie late Monday night. The dead include workmen wl-.o were trapped in tlie tumiet when the-gas exploded and members of parties who attempted to save the men first trapped. Havann-i Raymond. July 2 temptation of a pile of money stacked just inside the wicket at the box olHco of the theatre here last night while Uncle Tom's Cabin ivas beinc played, was too much for some loiterer, who Mud: liis arm lllc wllen IUe apprehended, and there is no clue as of to his identity. The police are working on the case. Annual Magrath Celebration Is Attended By Large Crowds Magralh, Alia, July to the the consumation of the mammoth celebration, tonight, the con- census of opinion is. that it ranked as ionc of the best? ever held in llm south 'country. The weather was Ideal, and the day's proceedings were carried out without a hitch by the committee in charge. Large numbers of people camii from Ciirdslon and Lclhbridge. '.Spring Colineii was represented In iliirge numbers, breathing th" air of 'victory, as will seen by tuc large Jnuniber of in-l7.es captured. At n o'clock sharp the grand auto- mobile parade co.rmonced. J. Voorhies received lint for tho-lii'st dec- orated auto, representing Cross, iloujamin Matkln pulled down second representing the Pioneers, and A. Shelloil riuiiveil third. All retired to the assembly hail at 111 o'clock where the following interesting pro- gramme war. carried out. Song by the choir and consrcgat- entitled 0 Canada. Prayer; by the Chaplain John L. LOCAL SI. RIM BIG GAM ECEIPIS Nearly Ahead of Last Line is Draw- ing Good Crowds shells should be speeded up. ACTING MAJOR McGUIRE of the Lethbridge Highlanders. Plight Of People Is Said To Be Awful -Food Lacking RUSSIANS POSSESS POWERFUL GUNS MILS Joined 63rd As a Private a Year Ago, Now Major of Leth- bridge Highlanders London. -Inly dispatch to the Morninc: Post from Hudanest and tint- ed July 15, says that some Cussack detachments succeeded in crossing MHO Hungary yesterday, creating pan- throughout frontier towns and vil- f pjs anil causing thousands of ret> to swarm down on tlie plains. The Russians penetrated about SO miles ;uid then rapidly withdrew, fighting continuously with detach- ments of gendarmes. Correspondents explain the panic oi the populace hy saying that a' dozen Cossacks are sufficient to frighten and put to flight women and children. These refugees, continues the cor- respondent.'have greatly embarrassed local authorities who cannot them with accomodatiqns. Moreover. they block the roads, hampering mil- itary transport and holding uji sup- plies. Refugees are entirely without food. Cuttle which they drove with them also have nothing to eat, owing to sparse vegetation in the mountains. Journalists who have seen tlie ex- odus .in the Bnkowina region say that only the Servian night into Mon- tenegro and Albania can he compared with it. Everywhere are to be seen bodies of pi-rsons who diet! from ox- haustton and often besides them the carcasses of horses. Two Etzikom Men Help Fugit- ive and Are Now Awaiting Trial Tlie story of J. i-'. McGuire, recently appointed acting major of the 113th Leilibridge Highlanders, is that of a] 'man who in less than a year-has risen [ARTILLERY POWER OF from a private, the lowest rung in the' military ladder. Major MaGuire, ac- cording to the a breezy publication issued by Col. Two Etzikom men, Slesser and Dock- I RUSSIANS IS GREAT Pryce-Jones' regiment, was born in the county of Cork, in July 1875, and re- ceived his early education in that coun- try. When but IS years of age he enlisted with the 2nd battalion Con- Budapest, via London, July Overwhelming artillery power ta the secret of the Kjissian success, accord- ing to a semi-official statement pub- lished here. The article says: "On a front of a dozen miles normal number of ith which unit he is 200 to If this number is tachment. Jloses was safely escoused in Slesser's house, armed with a fully loaded revolver. "I would have used it said the negro in giving a statement to Supt. Pennefather today, ray foot hadn't been sore and 1 [knew 1 couldn't get away." j The aid given Washington by these I men who are now awaiting trial was j enough to keep the police on the go for three days longer than necessary. Had he not been assisted he would have been in the toils on Wednesday evening last. How He Escaped AVhen Washington dropped from the train near Bow Island last Wednesday ma six months' statement of street jmornlnj he graphed enuine railway financial affairs just issued Bpples... sald the IL Ih hllUVk II i tliic mni-Tiinw Commissioner Freeman it is hig morning.- that the system is nearly ?6000 ahead of its record a year ago. The blue walked faster." He Feinift, B. July The news wired out from here today that the miners had walked out at Coal Creek was as unexpected in town as it doubtless was to the outside public. A mass meeting yesterday had de- termined to remain at work pending tlte result of the executive board meet- ing held today. No satisfactory ex- planation of the precipitate action of the men when they reache'.! 'HP mines has been attainable. After an" ail- day session of the executive it is learn1 ed that the miners will hold another line is ahead and the red line hat! gained In all the system shows a net de- ficit for the six months of When making up the estimates for the lyear the council allowed as the deficit on the whole system for the year, after paying interest and sinking fund. At the present rate of loss, there will be only about de- ficit, so that Commissioner Freeman expects (o keep about within his estimates. Henderson park the mines will be idle in the afternoon in all tbe mines. It is expected that the jnlneiT, will then return to work Girls' Chorus, entitled "Oh Brln> Me Back to Canada." Address of welcome, Deputy Efrnest nennion. minci-s wm Hiiuiimi Piano Solo, ..Jl.ss Unrealot nlass ln th8 amt thnt shaw. _ Hoys' Chorus representing the army anil navy. Itccitatiojh Master Percy Poiilsen. Vocal Eo'o. Jninca O. Bridge. Piano Solo, .Miss Afton .Icnson. Oration liy Z. W. Jacobs, of Cards- ton, orator of ihe day. Mr. Jacobs, in short, clear cut sentences, linid slow- ing tribute to the Mormon Pioneers, nlio iia'.u played such an extensive inirt In the development of the great west, having transformed deserts ami waste, places to veritable gardens anil made tlieiu liiuaaulll ns the rose. He also laid stress on thu fact that it was the. ainitversary of MagmUi be- coming a town and ot its pos- sibilities. This waa followed by pray- er by the Chaplain. The programme was concluded by all singing God Save tho King. Sports commenced at 6'elock, the largest concourse of people ever as- OX PluE 3) is drawing good the merry-go-round proving an headed south. Corp. billis, Const. Eugel anil De- 1 b then left from Taber in an auto. They got track of the negro near 40-mile coulee. As they did not want to take the car down into the bottom, they left it on top. doing to the bottom they saw tlie negro about three-quarters ot a miie ahead riding in a rig with a man who afterwards turned out to be Slesser. They fired but. the rig refused ,to stop though the occupants turned and look- ed. The police followed on foot for six miles, running most of tlie way. Then they lost track of their man, and for added attraction to the younger gen- geUjng their auto again headed eration. Commissioner Freeman ex- tllo ]jne Tne negro was headed that peels a big day tomorrow on'accor.nt ,00i and.got down as tar as the of tile race matinee. I river. But everywhere he turned he 'saw police patrols, so started north. time of his ..discharge he was givan letters of highest recommendation by the officers under whom he served. Promotions Came Rapidly He came to Canada iu 1011 and in July 1915. he enlisted as a private-with the 63rd battalion, then being formed in Edmonton. At the end of the first month with that unit he was made company sergeant-major, and in Sep- tember was promoted to battalion ser- geant-major. In the same month he was given a lieutenant's commissicn, and in January, 191G, be was transfer- reel to the 113th Lethhrillge Highlaml- witii Hie rani: 01 captain. liy the daily orders of last Saturday lie as :naoe acting which rank now holds. .Major McGuire on first coming to the Lethhridge Highlanders, was placed in command of "B" company, lie is exceedingly popular with the men under his a condition well earned through his loyalty in looking after their interests in all Ottawa, July have been made by the department of finance for the appearance early next woek in all Canadian newspapers of the first advertisements of the Canad- ian war loan to he floated in Sept- ember. Advertisements will not give any in- formation as to the terms of the loan, which will be announced.later. Jt will be in the nature of a general appeal to the Canadian people to hold them- selves in readiness to subscribe for the loan.____________ More Warm Weather Needed To Ripen Crops In The South CASUALITIES IN JUNE London. July lists sued by the war office show that dur- ing June the British army losi missing a total of 1.510. These ng-jon [lj ures bring the aggregate total losses I two On Sunday he reached Dock's house about a mile out of 'Etzikom. From I. dur- therc ne started out for Slesser's. got ll but eventually got there. Mcan- otllcers killed, 1.032 wounded and S< time the three men with the auto were n- again, as were also the trom the EMkom detach- wo on account of the funeral of tho young j lo .dllte to of which number ciosed in on Slesser's man who was killed Saturday night. Sj957 bcljn hilled or died, 1S.456. llousj from When Con- a cusloni which Is generally observed i.fivi missing. slables Lander and Summerfield went Brlg.-Generals Kirk and Mercer were Siesser-s find their man, Slesser Brig.-Genel-al. Williams was Throughout the south country the crops generally speaking are progres- sing favorably, though a continued spell of warm weather is required to ripen them quickly lo the harvest. The heavy rains of last week covered a good deal or territory and were of great benefit. RAYMOND Raymond, July grain in this district is in excellent condition and with a few more weeks of warm weather will be ready for harvest. Over SO per cent, of the wheat Is headed out. whole district. Haying is in progress. 'There will be some heavy yields of flax in this district. told them be wasn't there. They made j on Wednesday morning pending an- to he a prisoner. Three other. a sepiren and in a little cellar reacbeii other meeting of the executive board brigadier-generals were wounded trap door in Of the with the operators at Calgary on nine lieutenant-colonels were killed. they found their man. Doct Thursday. i Tlie lists contain the names of Qipqaor then arrested ant: MAGRATH. Magralh. July week will Thuriiiiay. Fair wage offcers, McNiven and Har- rison are still here and doing all in their power to avoid a continuedi break between tho two parties. Thn labor department at Ottawa is keeping in 'oiK.li Vvitii the situation aud urging an amicable disposition of the diffi- culty. Meeting Adjourns Fernic, B. C., July mass meeting of miners has just adjourned after concluding to resume work to- pending further Tlie lists contain the names of officers made prisoner at Kut-Bl-Am- il I sec all the first crop of hay in the e stack, drain Is growing splendid and if good weather continues, harvest will be on in full swing by the middle MARKETS July wheat........... October wheat July oats.............. July flax.........i....... High Low............... 46 Forecast: ..Some showers and local it up for trial yesterday by Magis- Urale Sergeant at Etzikom. V.'.-.shir.s ------11 ton was brought in lo Taber last night and to i.eihbridge this morning. Ho I is thought lo be wanted at Walla Wai- Wash., wh'ere'he hrolic parole after being let out ot. llie pen on a murder o( Aiigust. In anticipation of charge. between executive and operators. Ihopderstormt but mostly fair. POPE INTERCEDES Borne, July has interceded ill favor of Roger Case- ment, endeavoring-to obtain grace for Ihini government. big Strong Intend erect- ing an elevator, to handle thoir busin- ess. NOBLE'FORD No'Jloford, July a few. words the crop reports for this week may be condensed into the statement that tbe crops are looking Just fine and good progress is being made. The heavy rain of last week came just at; the right time and its effects can be clearly seen in the healthy appear- ance of the sr throughout the Vulcan, VULCAN July with practically a month away harvest and this idea! July weather, genuine growing weather, "farmers around here are be- ginning to feel tiiat a crop in some cases as good as last years is assur- ed. Tlie grain is farther advanced, all headed out and growing nicely. Small losses from hail have been reported last week from the district east of here but it has not been gen- eral enough to do any great harm. Barley will be ready to cut in, about three weeks with the present weather. T1NCHER CREEK Pinciier Creek, July 24. Wild grass haying is In full swing in this dist- rict at present under the most favor- haying weather known In many years. Borne timothy has been' cut but in moU cases tho timothy will be gar. nored next week. ISxcellent reports arc given of all crops and of the var- ious grains, all headed out. hear oocaslonal reports of -especially line fields of fall' wheat, C. A. McClel- land, Fishburn, is stated as the <4 50 acres of Alberta Red which is c. glowing tribute to sciflh tillc farming anil a grand countrf. __ ;