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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 26, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta I THURS1UY, JULY 26, 1917 Lenine, Traitor, is Captured ns Make a SUad On Ru- Front and Break Teuton Line Fire ji ViciutV 'of Colcnaa b Most'Oaaceroua uul Kg Forte Walchuf It CORBIN TOWN NOW RELIEVED SAFE (Speriil to Ihe Hernia) TJ. C., July coo! fclglile- TuiaccorapanleJ wllu winds, w'mut prevailed during the past have Jes'sejied the "danger from timber made moro easy the work fighters In this district-.' At 'Corbln 'yesterday the fielders Etlll had hard work preventing, the 1 spread.-of Lhe fire and, keeping LL out of .Ihe .so. far, .liiey have been rewarded-'wllh: success, eicept- ing tbe'-rburning of-a. stable and (Je- bu'o.dwelling house. Krom ppi.uts .come any .reports lending i'eW 25 lie part of. lie Eputh le vfa Iteil.; These ineo, (ire not: at jjessl nilstic, tiongh" both adnll "that a hea vy rain much U> preacrVe Amatcrdam, July Olir- man vcMeii'havc biin nurik and two German, iteamt'rt Thava. Uktn le England bj" Britlih -to, the ponUeht at Tcxel, one of the Frla- Ian lirandtrlof the Amsterdam Telegraaf, A German which had the ccr- addi, RUSSIAN WOMEN PUT THE MEN TO SHAME arlsc July assaults were last night along1 a [root, ot aboal two mil us on the front from a point east ot Hur- ttWsc and Labovelle. The French of- ficial s tale men L Issued this afternoon says that at the coat of tremendous losses tho OermaiiR were sblo to le Into elements of the French flral line trenches. Tho Ger- mans also renewed their assaults on the, French positions at Hurteblse farm, but the attack broke down un- der ihc trench of the French. The reciprocal artillery flrc on the loft bank of the River Meusc la Lhe Ver- dun region vrab maintained with Uio usual violence. French Report. Paris, July of Aubeme In the Champagne, the French pene- trated tho German trenches, the French statement says, and Inflicted Leavy losses on die Germans. OnoPj- er parts of the CliamnaEne front the artillery bombardment Intense. Ffghting lasted all night, Ihe French repelling every, atlack made by Lhe Germans. Britlih Raid London, July 2G. made a suc- cessful raid last night southeast ot soys today's official re- porl. "There Is riothiug else of special Interest." WAR SUMMARY Even the actual entry ot women sol- diers Into. battle on Hie eastem'front has been insufficient to Imbue the ranks.of.the recalcitrant Rus patriotism. They, are still In Jaree numbers in Galloln, leaTf of a ad; vanwi by tfee Oeraaiitts' and' 'ABrro- IlunEarlansl (he 'Baltic to Lhe JJlick Sea only at' one point along fhe In the'Southefri Ca'rpathlanR, hart tht RusslSTu risen to. Ihe occasion'' and shown some o[ Lhejr old 1L' Here fighting shoulder to Who IB Berlooftlr Ql'agafii In London, Rumanians Take Prisoners Damage IB Refina Fire Was Slighfly Reglna, July. live thous- the laces In the grand BtaBd it the exhibition brake out beneath the structure, destroying It within half au hour. Everyone escaped safely except six were allghtly bruised. The .fire-1, spread to other buildings before- it was subdued. Properly loss; to; exhibition board, J50.000; tip to 75 per cent. Buildings destroyed, grand stand, in- dustrial hall. Buildings damaged, nd- mliiiatfiLtlon headquarters of M. U. No. destroyed Veteran's booth, the several small booths" moBl of-which wiU'.birreplaced Today, Ihe conlenls of the Industrial coirip-iclng the con- lenLs mid stand. the at 4.60 and was ont'in-lMs than Jfc.hoBr. The grand- stand was. reptfeMijby bleachers ererled T'i with th' Rumanian allies, they havel; attacked and captured from Lhe Gemians, and the heavily fortified Teuton live on a'Vlde front. In Galicla, the preclpllale retreat of the Husslans continues almost .eyery- London, .July .dispatch to tho from- Amsterdam telegram from the that Brlllsh ufr- r two nlerhU German sub- aiTd .the town of Bruges, and fires fol- lowedlthe a.lUcki.? A 'submarine shed at ac'cprdlng lo ths it la 'p'r6bitlo tliat a submarine" WH 'blown np. A nlcetUig, 13th St. frobl Jrd ATC. S., to Olh N., li .ttlted .Hit .Friday .evening at eight o'elocli'.ln .WlUlamion's itorrj on Ibu north the io diicuts the ._4 4 4, C CATTLE PRlCei'.uiCuiNE Copenhagen, July Polltlken reports tbil t'ue Qennan catlle'hnyer has reduced fwr'cenL Ino prices he 'wlll.-jwr nelt week' lor raltla.lo betnnt lo A' cprrapond- In.mesl jiricei ti- p4Cted, -.i BREAD CARDS IN "4 SWITIEHLAND, Derne, "July. 4 land nrobauly'. will Introduce 4 bread cards Sopl lit with "a 4 4', dally ration 4444444444 where vfrom the Carpathian fobiliills to the region aronnd 'the government apparently not had time to put Jn force its strong re- pressive measures which M. Keren- sky, the head of the-gorsrnrnent'.-hBS promised to apply in order to sta'y the debacle. Nadvqraa, tn the fjjngc of the'.fobl hills, Stanisla'u nnd Tnrnapol and-rmm- erous smaller towns have been lak'en by the Teutons, who arc now apprcath- Ing the Important railroad Junction" of Buczacz, which lies 30 miles easl of Ilallci. Since the penetration ol the airman lines near Krovo, In which the wpmeu looic a notable pnrl, despite which numbers ot.the mlnoualy retreated to Ilielr old; posi- tions without even llio vestlgo rassmenl by Ihe oueruy, the Russians have not stiried from their1 trenches again to the too. PUBLICIST DEAD London, July JIanton an American publicist, died at Alalhglon Castle, MiWslone, -tho Sir Martin Con way. residence ol Huge Sum for OnL, July Al a Ub- mwtlnx lield asra" yestertay, 50 per of those present belne A. Lib- eral "candidate for Nlplsslng, staled I am clccledrl irlll gke die party. led by Sir Wilfrid Laurler, my" .In response to clamorous demands that'he :commlt himself. definitely on the cbris'erlntlon Issue, he declined. All of the.anealurs sidestepped com- pulsory Service question. Petroerad, Lenine. pAcfflat alleged Germar, spy and [ugltKe from Pflroprad since July 22. been arrested after Lhe grealeBt man hunt Russia ever knew. Lealae Uken at OzerkI, Finland, Thursday morning. Practlctlly erery citlitn of was partlclpatinf In a house Lo home search for loenlne. Pctrograd, July forces captured In Tueiday'i and Wfdnctday't battle on the Ruman- ian front, more than a thouund tiyi the. official luued today by the Runtan war department. The alto took 33 guna, 17 mochtrre guns, 10 mine thrawvn and much military On the front, itatement the RUB- alap captured ftbout a thous- and prtooncn.and'24 STEAMER IS SUNK German stJbmarlnd off the Ihe Norweg- iaii steamer "llanE'eat, eays a Norwegian foreign office report transnilLLed.; by the Central TN'CWS correspondent at Copen- hagen.- -The crew of the steam- er-was saved. CharlotLblowD.'P.B'.T., July Both the Conservative candidates v elected ir. .the iiyc-clcxitjons lor the P. E.I. Jeglsltture, lield today. ..Premier returned by a majority wt by 1. recent of the ml er, Hon. SI. Math lesoc, -to' >e cU lef Mr. Atsenault, who .was a member, of. Premier, -Ma thieson'a ah Inet, a warned the premierahip and the alto rricy- general. Premier Ar-enaalLwetit to his, termer consll- district of Prince, for Vhere he, was opposed by pr. DelarTey. For Premier SlalhieT fifth district of Kingg, J. ,D. Stewart, Conservative, was opposed Jenkins. 'R. C., biikUa'i breeVter, haa MT 'blooded now Ibeir way tron Bagltind for wWch paid W? JW. Thlf h ac- coming to a tn to the Herald morniu. WMa 'tbh arriTM, Mr. Hunrf .'fill- hate ptld close to for MMthmMl itook with whlcl Id breed ap'iilla.fliclu. The Iran EnjUi4 U to be the koat my single Canadian, :Mr. Htrrst .'fae years in breedfnc Hork... Hki' to 'lierctap a .lBlerest li y ertii which rill have both wool and qntll- lift, at Ure wool the wetlen biMfW 'At the Trtatb 1 C sonre r winning By eroding kraNta.W kMt vent- oped, u aihiBl tiktt iMta em 80 CTpmTtBCTd li" ,tt. Mann that recently he pl.tced an order, with Patrick, the Ilderton, Ont., Ont., July Mra... P. Flnlay, Jlrs. S: Xicltlln. Ser- iously N. B. Gerry, K Fin- lay." Mrs. Arthur Chlpmnn, all of'Fort WllUara; This Is the casualty list wj tho result of a collision this evening of'.an ailomobllo nnd street-car, at the'-corner ot Algoma and Clsvel Port Arlhur. -The automobile party wae on lls way to Current Klr- and, iccbrdlne to the iwlt- heiaei' of the accident, iota. Lho aulo- moblle and the car worn travelling at a.good rate ol speed, BO tbat-when tKe'y flighted each other on Teaching crjrher It was for either: to otop Iri tline lo arofd the accidenl. -The tonrlng car wns pleleiy wrecked. PIU.REDSHAW Was Prisoner In other Brother the' Front London, July appatttac Blow the description of the dot- glvra In a dlipalcb frvm to tie Post. inlormtOon ncaid- SM the (nm ot (be llth army i belief. It appmn that Bfaotrr abnt down their own I order to get thtt boraaa or Aot 4ovn the cun horeec In M her ntreated, twrlnc practicallT mil the artillery In the llta umt May'i hands. fir u the artillery ann tceksied appIUncea of the 1th ant i are concerned- ihera Is alu of their being aared. Tbe- were already a coupfe' of dan tho beat road on' the iboctMt rttreat. The rale of UM aomnft ailim'l be weitern irrnf haa the poaltlona an behind UM IDW occupied by the Omaai. Becoming an excetdbitfr wbethir Some time ago A. R: 821 19th St. X., recelred .word that his son_Ple. John William Refohaw wounded -and Thla'waj In May. This morning Awort-wai rer celved from the director hat Ftc. Redshaw had died of hli wounds while a war th Germany. The- informatioo-.ta ;av ahle from Genuan lIstafeceAfly pub- lished. tht Sydney, C. _.. ._.. _.. the Dominion coal company todayisVM that they had been mine the cause of the eiplosldn fe companies mine at Ntw- Waterfort yesterday, which censed'Ihe death1 of 62 men. Forty sli located early today of ri4 heen brought to the nitajecll Offit Ills Bald there was no'- hi tii mine. Tho month of-, ajrlcnHnral fairs Is at baud, anil In August Southern Al herta will be the mecca -for the crowds annual exhibi- tions'. The Itl wben operi lls annual lair. Vulcan'.Ij, on.-August 2nd. Thejl. conies Granum on August 7tH, and. Winnif'iW.and. Warner both on tne.Sth. On the 9th fair nsj-ch'ii Maiiatli .will hold Ita.'falr, 'comtolninff with Ray- mond-end Lethbrldgo'later on for the big slsmpedeJ-'naymond Is dated to open 'on 'th'e but will be held at LelhhridKe 'at-'the stampede August 15, 16 and 17- L. Carmansay fair "opens on the lllh .C.irdsion oh the' 17lh. GraaB; the 21st, and Tat er" concludes tnVHflt.-Dpetiiiic on the 1 .EMPERORS London, July 24. Renter's from Copen! telegram from Berlin; says; Bsiperoi William on bis the. Emperor.Charles at Fodgprjtia. En pe.ror Charles rclnnied Nothing Can Stop Wholesale Helreal of Russians, Who Dtsert Artifltry U WHOLE KEG1MENT IS SHOT FOR DESERTING will In mr at an, but It la nuUac IW but haata Hit- wart. R0fllHMfVt te London, July dlvpatch to.tM Pott from Petrograd aayi that ante Gen. Korallotfs drastic meanrea to restore order In the eleventh irnr. one whole division thereof wae blown1 to plecea by their, own arUUery to irence the InsnltB which all loyal roops artfflery lave silently end ured for. the Cow monthi from theae trahor raacala.. i Brnlan London, Jnly from Pebrocnd aacribe U> cara'a gallant part la liiulai retraat hi lotutrr. dtwrtiil.tkem _ of St' .Tie'BHtUb' -wounded and UM eo-opcntcd with Uw BoMlau caTairr in tront ot .TmranioL Ctfianif Hmm. Cnift. July A from Oapanhagea (Mram'eaiittfm- dnta'ln Gallfla report tie Gernun and AutzW.traopa cap- of nimitioM, can and wafoaloiida of faeil. aared light artfl- lerj. Many of ktary tared by. the bad prertooaly DMQ deatrored. The add that tie UnMpry'ii i of Uie. Kmtest con. In; ready; for hamiaV moit places OapKal Petrograd, July Tin urf the ceamnlns inert afinte and nscarillcif) the aiw rinm aliB tjiied fow per- tal deducted froia ceit.'oB at jttf H On ranoaoie etcVjdlaif er, (here iron two oncest. iroa the Capt. Sutherland Of Ihe 1> bl-the. city-today making- Lions for the repairs, to ke. Lhe.eiblbltlon bulldingj. Work be fltarted (amedlately. t h tiuimit lo torn Wek to the city all of the.b'aiidlngB, which :wfll be'aMI'h rate of artillery ''betag Capt. ailherland M In aeed laborers for tbe" men, with two or three roa aeed ,of aaillS v V.; Chatham, ___ and PkABp tapwttl.. !4, both lecOon Bern MkhiiM at Croai, were atnick aa4 t ed by a fart'eiprtrt MUHI5 LYR, ;