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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 30, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta .VOLU.MK X- LRTHBHLDGE. MONDAY, JULY 30. 1917 NUMBER 1M PjSONS PERISH 1 f8REST FIRES NEAR FERN1E PROBE BAD RAILWAY WRECK Freight Crashes Into Excursion Train, Telescoping Coaches But .Only Five Killed Huns Sank Dutch Ships Sehevenlnjen, HetiwrUnos, July 29, via London, July meri arriving here aaaert.that the' Dutch fishing boats..-ntnk .yeiter-. day off thj Dutch coast by a Ger- man aubriarine w.thin the tafety lone. They believe -liiit altcgcShcr 1C-vessels' tent to the bottom. July An official In- quiry Into the cause cf the wreck o! the Alberta beach' excursion train anil a freight train on. the Canadian. N'or them Saturday night. Is In progress tills- and Ihe coroner's Quest will' he started, this afternoon. A 'warrant been Issued. for the ar- rest ot tho train dispatcher; ivHo is al- leged "to ho responsible. for the disas- ter. --He cannot- ho found. the list oTdcaiTslaiiucialifire, and I Kerensky Has jGone To Deserters Are Being Executed bv Wholesale BruuimonilTlllo, July': Han. "ol Waller Mitchell, Allies Wave Taken Prisoners in Past Year Loudon J-Jr 30. via neuler's Ottawa zing events on the westenvtront since Iho Baltic ot the Soinme in July 1916, Reutei; S corespuiKjent showa that Ibe Anglo-French armies during Ihe mouths took prisoner o( Iho euciur. of whom were oltlccrsiVWe'aHo captured, ]be says, 91S 780'trcnch inorUrs and 2500 machine EUCLB and forced the enemy-to abandon 100 miles of fortified superiority of Ihe Anglo-French ariu.es tm stearlily Increased wlille'Ve-aenl combats have shown. Ihal the morale of tie French is as hlfch and their lighting spirit as keen RS ever. In the Gouln a.meet- .s.the weak-cars era the paOBCn- jKr train which suffered from the col- llslon.' .The 'modern express car be- tween the engine and the first passen- ger'coach was not Injured a but'the "tiro coaches Immediately Ipl- merit's aim 'was 'agaltiil race, province RgalpsL -jiroTlnce '-'.and religion agalnstvreUtfpoA "I am op- poaed lo and i; do not consider myself dlilojel, nor do. Ihlnt that any man nr'DejrBpaper hia the., tracks. .TheVsldes, and flooring vcrk- reduced1 to and of- ficliis are Joss lo'nnderstaid how Injured tut a iajrge at jrthers ulrlng' hospital Is IhVlnll.-'pf. miles'wesi'.oi'..the' city on'the C.N.R. njalh'llne .near when "a 'ffeighi Imin'ctstbbund c'raahed Into a '-fioonllclil sp'sciai crowded iith' pass- engers C.N.R. holjday resorl? '..-'_. The'dead all reside in Edmonton. Archer, ageii S; Don aid A." employee THerchanla .'Bank; Charles IJ. salesman; Miss dfrk. Sr.-rloil3ly IriJ-irod; Josehh tf- dislocate claTlclc; A. 'tb'back -n-.d'rseTcfe '.in .in The of.'bpLh- cnElnc Jumped when they saw a collision wai Inevitable ami' avoided serious Injur Ics." Both crew's lnilat.th.at they, wcr running according: but 1 generailT- understood lhat. the Irclgh't should have taken a aiding at thrii Vest_ot the scene of accident', W. i. Erdwn de until i- Mr-. nrlcr, "the niah' 'wh'o' hadrior .'15 of Petrosrad, July Minister Kereusky liaa again started tor the front. Hla deslinatiou is army head quarters, where he will" holt] a confer one? with the commanders on the .var- ious fronts nnd also with Gen. AlesjelT Gen. Ruesky and Gen. Gurko, and.for mer minister, GiiLclitolr. At 111 conference it will be decided wh'clhc M. will retain his uortoli "olf wtr mln'sler. Admiral Kolchak rmer commander ol Iho Ulack.Sea.: eel, Is mentioned In connection frith c ministry of marine, a post also :ld by .M. Kerensky. Ordered to Units. Polrograd, July KornllofT, c commander-in-chief In Galicia, Las rdercd all officers and men on the autWestern front to rejoin their un- s before August H. In case of failure ,obcy Lhc order Ihe men will be tried i traitors. x Shooting Deserteri i London, July correspona- ut of the Times, at Russian southwest eadqaarlcra after describing the-rte- erllons and panic of- the roopr gays Gen. Kornltoff's meagnreB fialnal Indiscipline have been d and that he 13 executing deserters y wholesale. Rumanians Take Six More in Their Advance AFTER SLACKERS'-- Waatilhgton, July ing that thiHiaanoi of rnt.ri age are evading rcglttratloh and: have escaped the pAll to 'the Attorney Caregory' ef-all Unrttd to. -begin rciiind the. iUckarii and'BUrt criminal Imniediitoly accl dent.r-The falalltlee and'lniuries were largely.confined .to' one 'car. ol the-ei- curalon 'completely telescoped next. In front, '-The Ill-fatea .car, 'light con- GERMANS REPULSED Parll, .were violent artillery dUcIt In the1 ofj the French front, BtJtcmcnt Issued thla. Mternpon] aayt that German turprlti at varieua front 'we're repulaeid. i-''.- v "i -'RAMMED.-' An Atlantic Port, J lily' _ Arm r l_c'an t ra -it anthor Wf.itln'g aaTIIng med .by an Here' todjiy. The 'ship h'udrd wtrd" the beach a ilnk'lng con- dition. London, village! were taken in advance on the part of tioops, according to art official statement issued by the Jtinajiian war office, the etatement readi: "On the Z7th. between the .val- leys of CasTn and Putna we again advanced come'kilometrcE and oc- cupied the villages of Dragoslav, Neg'jesll.'Topeitl, Val- easares and Coiacul. We again took prisoners, and tome motor batteries and war material." Gniiser Is Mysterious7 The finding body ,..__ A fee1 son of'. Me- Kenile Welrt, Barons on London; July Britlah cruiser Ariadne tonii hat been torpedoed and aunk accord- Ing to an afficlai ttatement iaaued by the British admiralty. ME DtH Forest Fire, Fanned by Gale Sweeps Up Gulch, Trapping Train Crew Fighting Fire at Another to Escape But to Bun Train Through riames "But Kails Spread. )KAD MEN MUST HAVE SUFFERED FRIGHTFUL AGONY Df THE THE DEAD GEORGE BRON8ON, Engineer, Pincher Creek. D, C. Cal- gary. NICK MY6CHIVITCH, man. DAN DEMKO, cairlheok mini CHAS. GOYETT. N. Q1LIN. Uhldentlned man. '__ (Special lo the Henll) Fernie, Jiilr men burned to death, ten' horses dead, all tie log- camps o[ the Elk Lumber Com- pany on Randall and Spruce ereeki, Anslria -Hungarian Says They Will Aecepj Only-On Huns' lie provincial poHee liars.-Jhjjyeung man bad eridently. neenVknocXea1 down add killed: -.Whether iti.was a; pass- ling aalOTobile or whether II etall of foul play clue as el Viiich woeld enable to bad erttently been u'C at his -father's term 'about two alleB'fiom walking oyardi: town: when oc- curredr The waa_ not; found for some time and life "was erttact when Vienna, July JJ, via Copenhagen, July 'hat Aujtrla- [lungary was ready to .accept orablc peace, but. that Ibe dual., mon- archy, in conjunction with Ha allies woulJ liglit lo tbe Last eilrhmlty ol Ihe entc-nte powers declined Ib enter', ne- gotiations on the basis of a pea.cb by uudorstandlnK, as recently outlined by the German Imperial afid tie Heichstae, Count OUakar Citmln Von foreign minister in an- Interrlew.today discussed si length peace possibilities atid'yisltecl the scene bt tie tnwcdy -eilerdar. -The Inquest was. adjourn- :d -.until a postmortem "n-as-held pyer he s f.. and wonder Jts.Acciipan'ls night that general rains' bare WILSON Washington, July'' dent Wllion today .declined'afain hli oppeiltlpn to arne'ndrrienta to- food control gran providing for an''adnlnhi-' trative fc-Mrd of thrwrinrtu'd of orw and for a eorv! grtMlonal tafendt- turea In the conduct 'of'uii-'inir. i_ J! WANT INCREASE ON CAN. RAILWAYS. Big Plans Made For Trip W.ed Go Big DtmonstrationB tm .tratlo-n have occn-rred i'result ot tie arrM Coroner Humphries' was; notified Cnhadlan'Pacific.Railway ductora of the Western, lines', In he're all.-week, de- ''H elded to ask from- the com-' pany an Increase Ib wages which will amount lo' 40 -per.v cenl. OTer the prsaejit ule and. will Include an eight-'Jx hour day. in the United o N: rT, July Cur- ious storm last night made a.hopeless wreck of Ihe Nord-egian-Amcrican iUatashlp ran Cape itece tn-o weeks work ol .lightening Ihe cargo wai In progress and with weather It'had beon hoped to floa this week, but ahe'pounded jraylly, hi the sea the storm ind Umi crew' numberiig 250 who re naioed.on board after the passenger weie-iremoTed, were forced to iban don her.-' She was rut going (o pieces when'the last of the Men led her. Tin crew will be brought here today. Over-nighty War Summ Hiring retreated iroxlmately 100 'irmxi, where ontheni North Da'sotn. The ralnfall'dtd rabch cropc patches were' now_ .more' hope- rnl. A Ttolevt atorm utruck Aleian- ta down track ttUi he emw comlnf "to hia aid, aat free from dancer, waa vrat- nIO Dr. new lire anparatsa tnetallr ed, tte Western i TJn- derwrUen' aawciatlaa ;lu lott- .Ded the ctty ani eaU tbJit a redaction Ii fate 'of Are laaaniiceVbw, iatlig from The reduction-: amounta to- .ceati per hnidred, or tkfee'per Mat. II ffiit the money tie ownn of batJojhjii wjll saVe hi two ance policies woold pay r fire apparatus ja In lag mtclilnes ot (Ireat Qermauy are r-------- dte o( proportlona nerer before Mea, froBi both iMnr suilalnlng air- tctal loM.li at> i icfng worth he rtiLrtkit 4fctanct'M Ihp retirement of -Ihe .'alid Ike ailv'ance of the. that.already an 4'4> 4 4 444 4 4 4 ,4 lion hu been .Uimwt1 M Cretiipwtd, Ue rBpftiiiwtraJtt.oT- i-nilee.dtxUrit nod to tie of cS Mr- craft shot down or ttnl hprliag tartk- ward oat o' Aa.aii bdliiUon g'Intcaslly M.lhete'coia.kaw 30. fleroiaa.airplanes were accowoled for In Ihe-latest fighting, la to two ohscrTatlon shot nown' In. flames. The BrillBh waf office 13 of tkq miMdrMiMteH lo relora b their .TW OawHill 'dfffce1 aiMrts, howerer, tail Drillih were cordlnK to. lac story >i told Id th street railway 'departmeiil, (wo other cam of Sri Kofi's had (urneil Ihe corner and passed the street ear. Mr. car, however, didn't make the ran'-rlght In front ot Iho It hi the side, tearlag off i wheel'lod shoThig It i of ten feel. .Tie car hadly MBaihed. I tra6fc whtrt 240 and X STEAL1NC JIVVlLRY Winnipeg, Jnly 27.-tWallace; derson, nfed shoeblackj tmaftt, waa arrested yeaterdiy on of stealing jewelry wortki the proprietor ot'the CCNSOfllHIP. ABOLI4HED Joty 30.-TTie amis-. ler Ot the fnUfrior today calltd thlWft.'bf'rthe'.prkiMfkl tdtether awl jm- the aholltton of all except' by the acei to aia body'wUcB i erer. Tnls mta waa parried Fernie hoepttaL'knt dM tie nlgbf.'.. Tie bodlci 6t twe otken crew foaad aor tbe all ot then had lott fnrj attteh tt emptbac >tketr MntaT V v -'AM Frew Ferfttl The of 'tke. Omtiu riflttt FWale abMt twd o'clock few tfanaier rortea waa ea He read in a car, aad rorert Bart followed as xxn u ke lad i poUce aad -i ed taem to follvw.wttk medical 5 rlerald raprnafattre i Raaier Hart, and by tarwe were M once took AOVAHW. Berfin, tfirmith OMtmann -AMtrian tjmhiM thu Uwn. charje Ulway track tM Mtfljplil ;