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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 1, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta BULLETINS DISORDERS QUELLED. __ Madrid. Junt 1. via ordert participated In by soldiers have occurred In Barcelona. Sev- eral have been Imprison- ed In the fortrsK. nill'c.LeCt or Some of Ihe New Troops Being Trained SPIRIT OF TROOPS' IS OF THE BEST ny Canadian Overseas Corrcsnom Canadian Headriuarlera Arny I Kronen, June of Ami around Lena by heavy howitzers n> llnues day and night. U had bEr hoped that mine heads and other c. Ecntlals for an early resumption of o cratloiis 111 the mluo field might h spared, but the enemy has -done 11 work of destruction most cITccllvel and ruined buildings are useii now a tlieller for Ills guns and cmplacemen for his machine Buns. To refrain Iro firing on siicii places would leave It German garrison In Lens In ai: Impregnable lines. Thai part ot Ihc (ronl on which Ih electric light station stands rcscmbl the mosl shell-pitied jurj, of Vim Jlldge. 1'rojccllles making holes early ill thiKUlsliablc tllc small mine era ers have been thrown there dull Ihe past few days.' The relnllnllon of liio enemy llglil. although, now and then, when -what ho believes Is'an unusual eather- IllK In our Hues is suspected, ho puls on a barrage. Infantry activity along the line has been confined in ciulora- jjnljiarlfi Meeds Food More Than lion of German trenches by our pa- trols. Sometimes these are found bad- ly dsmasbd 'jaoMuplcil, bul in Ihcse cases Iho'Viicmy Is occunylnc posts behind theso trenches. In tlio back area Canadian Infantry OIL WORKERS STRIKE ..Tlflls, via London. June A BaVu_despatch reports alarming conditions In the oil dlltrlctc. Workmen there, the despatch have on strike and arbitration councils have (ailed to reach a settlement with them. ATTACK KERENSKY. London, June Petrograd despatch lo Renter's Myi that the extreme wing of the toclalltts Ls beginning, lo agitate openly against Minister of War Kerensky. PEACE DEMONSTRATIONS Copenhagen, 1. via Lon- ReporU from, trial simultaneously with the op- ening of the Austrian parliament thousands of workmen ceaced work and attended the meetings in dlfftrint parts of the city. Great processions parade the streets as a demonstration for peace. I Candidates in Provincial Election .'A. llois (Labor) The following is the full llsl of nominated yestc-rday lo conies Ihe. provincial clei-llons on June lib. nen Thursday. Constituency I Liberal Acadla A. .McCall Heaver Hirer .....Hiui. W. Garlepy Valley Hon. C. Mllchdl Calgarv Ccnlre.................... Calgary Norlb W. M. Davidson Calgary South ...-1. A. Mc-M'lll----- Camroso----.....Oo. P. Kinilh Cardslon.........Marllii Win. Moi'all.....1.................. Mr-. Mt-Kinney Arc Transporting Troops Naval (Juris lo Russian Front Now Cvn-iTiatlvo iN'.l'.L. and Indepl. K. C. I.. I'ruudfoot A. Uniy ..........I.................. F. W. 1'ijrdll I.................. T. M. B. H. Hillocks Illow ___ P. W. l.aylMi Smiih WARNED AGAINST A RUSSIAN ATTACK The Hague. May Yin London. Jons Germans undoubtedly cx- lir-ll heavy fighting on llic eastern froiil. Decent arrivals in Holland Coronation...... DWsbury Edmonlun Wesl Kdmoulon Kast Edmonton Soulh Kdson Glclcbcn High lllver Innisfail Lacombc..... Lac Sic. Anne n. X. Krllh........... H Si-hiiUKfld V. II. Northivood W. Wilson............... II. P. Atkins......'J. Tollon........., W T IlL'nry .U. F. KwIllE ......S. It. K i. i miu j F. Duncan .........Jas.- llamsay II. II pouglas .....II. II. Hon. 6. Cross J. H. Mclntosh McArthur T. Davis..... -lint (N.I'.L.) .J J. J Cole state that considerable transport otJLeduc men and naval euns is Koing on lo i Ulllc Ihc eastwards. The lallcr feature Is novel, and appears to Indicate n sholtage of licavy and high angle field artillery. Latest German, communiques con- llnuo to refer to the Increasing artil- lery duel along the whole eastern fronl. The Frankfurter Gazelle, lliis stelllcr Illlcy Morkerburg -.-W. F. Puffer Italnh Darter .-IS. G. Tobln IA. Gravclle Jllr. Stanley ..'Fred. Archer .'A. Gllmour liarker .Geo. Currie ]J. t'larki ]J. KniElj .JRcv. A. Ivviiif- J.W. I.ei-dy INM'L V. W. Wilson Tnilli in Story in Quebec Puper Tlmt Sir Wilfrid Has Refused lo Consider Coalition Is With Utmost Klfurt lo IJpacli Soht- tion of the Soon. I Xanton Pincher Creek Ponoka. Red Deer SI. Albert SI. I'aul :___ Ij. M. Glcndennlng !J. T. Cooper A. Mclnto3h ......'GCO. Hoadley..... HMI. Marshall Cloakcy Thos. Hammond .'John Kemiuis 111. Thomas .Ijas. Wler. (X.P.L.) (NM'.L. Or Campbell.....C. Cunningham 11. n. Wclllver___'B. K- -Mlcheiicr .JH. Patton L. Iloudreau ......'ll. Landry ...Ip. E. l.essaid.....Ijas. llrady ...l..lllon. C. Stewart n. Lav.'-l...... ...1..J. II. Pruddcn McJIorrls The Frankfurter Gazelle, lliis j II. Pruddcn ...jGco. McJIorrls Knight (Sac.) loni'ine published a leaning article' Sloncy Plain .V-. Frank W. Lundy..... u. Dcvinglon iuii.115 ____ Ihnl J. It- Uovlc J. Sutherland..... morning published a leaning arucie Diurnjy nan, emphatically warning lite nubile that Sturgeon-........ Hon.-I. It- Doyle io-callcd unofficial truce is now Tabcr A. J. McLean and Hie cnlente has apparently Vcgrcvlllc Jas. McCallum succeeded in arranging for a slmul- Vermilion lancous offensive on all fronls. The Warner I paper says thai Ihe Kaiser's warning I Welasklwin o Ihe Iroops on Ihc wcslcrn front hal a decision was at hand referred o this coming offensive. It slgniticant that Theodore Woltr. Is kept busy In Inslruclional classes. Many thousands of men. who have come from England recently lo make Kood ll'c waslage of April and .May, rue now taught the latest Ideas m naiiillliig grenades and ran- chlno guns by Instructors who come In from (he froul to give dcaionslra- lion. After Ihcsbr lessons drattis are furaduflly pui In Hie trenches along- troops.. BlrcraU are again showing fortunately their poor and their bombs fall wide of tlie mark. Friday, morninc 1 saw a groun'con- llnue lo' play Itall wlillo nn enemy air- ship circled above dropping bombs r.i Iho vicinity, x'-asl week under similar cohdillons on the French front when Rlrmcn approached a trumpet was blown and Ihe people got under cover. A reckless'Frenchman sometimes la rimcli better than the common 'sense Ilrlllsh. Men al the Present Time Monlreal. June hie fourth edi torial on compulsory military service. Ilcnrl Dourassa In his newspaper Lo Devoir, under the 'caption "C'ouscrlp' social "Famine Is more Ihreatenlng and immediate-fo'r England than for Germenr.'r What Enelaml needs Is not Eolulcrs. but hrcnd. m.liat and potatoes so true British gov cciiniehi has laken thousands of men from her araiy> Iliem at Ihe plough. so presslm hat: at the risk'of'offending'Frencl anvoya, Sir. Ualfouf and the -Brilisl dbleeatcs sEke'd- Wnshlngtou to sen K CONSCRIPTION 1JTLL IS STILL FUKTHKK HELD UP TOR PRESENT June There Is absolute- ly nu until !n statement made by le Suliol of CJ 11 bee tills 0f8rnlng lhat Sir Willrnl Ij'iritr has formally noti- fied Kir lUilien llonlen that his coall- lion proiiusals are impracticable and Lhat election be necessary wllhin two inouihs. No such letter has been sent lu ilie jiremlcr by the leader of the opposition. ,0n Ihc. con- Ij. l.unay......u. ucvingiim J. Sutherland..... T.O. .JV. 11. Cordon jas. -Mcuauum 11. Gordon Hon. A. L. Slrton F- Illrch'........................ F. S. Letfingwell Tennanl...........J...... II. .Montgomery .ill. Angus Province at Two seals. River and Athabasca. Eleven Seals. by represented by members In khaki. follows: LclhbridEC. Col. J. S. Stewart, Conservative; Hand Hills. Major 11. Taseblali. again warns Ihc u KaUm Llbcral. uertcliffe. Capl.'c. S. Pingle. Liberal; Medicine Hat. Llcul.- public to abandon all none o j s ConEervaliVc; Alciamlra. Major Lowry. Conservative; Vicloria. "CQCr t" innltht ic i Lieut. Frank.Walker. LiDeral; Ilihslonc. Licur Turgeon. Pcmbina. pac.nst press Umghl vcnonaldi.Liberal: Whllford. A. S. Shandro. Liberal; Walnwrighl. Capl. trary ii is dellnllcly kno_wn_ leaders are makiug a sfiriolis and con- scienlious effort In order lo prevent a condition ol chaos and to bring inlo existence a nou-parly administra- tion which will eulfle the alfalri of state until the war Is over. LliEtjuiclins reports Iliat negolis- lions liaj been dlseantiuueil arose largelv from the faci Hint Fred' Har- dce clilel Liberal whip, who went to Montreal wilh Sir Wilfrid Laurler lo a separate l he Uuich cuses the German chancellor clumsiness in his Lrcalmcul of tUEsians. It is learned from well-informed sources Ihal tUe German military par- ly were anxious to deal a smashing blow on iliel Russian front during Hie crisis of UiJ revolution, but vented by the complete impossibility of withdrawing men and guns from Ihc wcEleffi front. nr i I'lc. iucuonaiu, 'ijiutrui; A. n. Shandro. Llbcral; Walnwrighl, Lapt. thn Hudson, Conservalivc; Rocky Mountain, Capl. Campbell, Conservative. Strikes in the Petrograd Factories Are Threatened 'ood lo England before sending rllers to aid lIuvKrenclr and obtained [heir request. Canada has furnished all Ihc man-power she can for Ilib war without grave dangerUo her own ei- islencc and lliat of her allies." The article Koes'on out Ihal by sending her soldiers; the mili- tary and economic power Iry is being eibausled and the help they can give Ihe allies 'Is restricted. ricferrlng to Iho young men loafing about the streets, he should be sent to the land-Instead, of'the army He- also advocates conswipllpn of'rapital and industry-and concludes witli a warning tliat the eslabllshment of conscrlpllpn in Canada will divert European iminiErallon from norlh to Tiondon. June 1. Strikes Oslcnd ;md Hit Hard Make Some Advance London, June Many lono ol hombs have iiceii dropreil IlriUan Blrcraft on tht'IIoljiiaii lowns of Os- teiid. ami HruBC3. says an ofdclal slalcment Issued llils after- coon by Ihc lirlllsh war denarlmcut. v French Advance. Paris, 'Juno French captured a German vest south of Ghevreux. taking num- ber of prisoners, the war olfice an- nounced. Raids' by Uermana and an altack on Ihc Casijue wero repnlscil. i British London. June troops [rain- ed ground sllghlly dnrine tlic night west of Chcrlsy (Arms says f JJiyti cifrictal announcement, "I'alrol cncounlcrs resullcd in our lavor last nlglil near Goiucaucourl. Successful raids were mado by us last hfjhl near Gouzeaucourt. Huc- ccsslul raids were made by us norlli- rcaal 61 l.ocos aod near rioeBstcert Wood. German Report. J, via gun fire last nluhl reached a stage of great Intensity 11n the region of the Dunes on Ihb BclBtnn coasl'and In the YpfCf iiend, particularly In the nctoz sector, says tho offlcUl state- ment Issued lodny by dorman army licadqnartcrs rtaff. South America. FRENCH GOVT. WON'T One Ship Sunk Without Warn- Others Are tims of Attack London. Thursday. May American sailing s.lip Diriijo has been -sunk by a Oorraan submarine. The crew have been land- ed wllh the exception of John HRV, third male, .who was drowned- when measures to paralyee prodnctionjliavc teen detidsd; J20 of Ih'e iarseil belnngerf lo-JIrs.' C, J. Eckslorm am was told Ihronfh H. V. Gibbons Bnd Co. lor sorriclhltlii: llkte 115.000, !o William. Barons, -a wel known, farmer, oi that' rllslrlct, who has bccpmo-yery. prosperous In tha past two years. On, the [Hrtn.GaUes properly Mr illm slnlcs thai work will .shortly "started on the most- up-to-date ar.ido In Ihc connlry.- The building s-lll be Built on lli'i lols aclng 7lh SI. On Ihree ols It. is likely Ihal a lemtiprary building, which will bc-'liscd is an accessories department will1 be built, bul Ihls will bo with a -view, to m- movlng-ll at any-llmo the properly Is needed for a larger block, .as Ilaallm cxpocla It soon will-be. garaso will cost uetwecn Mr. and JrtlrtSt: mil t--.-. aiul-ivlll be ready for occupa.- ton by the time Ihe snow lljcs.. It Is possible lhat Mr. .Moore will build on his Filth Streel properly a carRgc also, seeuas more Ikcly lhat he will hul.l.d. avbiislness block willi an bowling alley and billiard hall In the .baser mcnt. I Us. plans In this "regard are no means definite; ITT-" j The sale ol these eleven Ibis week Indicates miss In Lollibrldge. luUldlug In Hie clly Is now acnllng different wholesalers, are In clly ev'sr wetk spying out Hie land and enqulr Ing'aboul possible local1--- Ihere Is Immediate, n--. buElncss blocks.Is There is no (riith.fn Ihe report In the Calgary press that (he miners at. Hlllcresland Bellevue have gone back (o work. The report arose out ol Iho fact Ihal coal la being loaded oil Iho dump al Ihc International mine at Bellevuc. The miners of. Ihe district are tak- ing pains lo deny any statement being made which would Indicate that Hero Is not absolute unanimity In their nc- ons. They declare thai Ihey are- it for a Ihirly percent. Increase, and' liether President While will ba able1 o move Ihcm from Ihls object re-', alns lo be seen. It Is likely that; loiiday will see n big conference in algary, wilh R. F. Green, M.P., opresentalivo of Ihe Dominion gov-:, and President White's com-i liltee from Ihe International union- lerc lo meet bolh miners aud.opera-! There Is nc? evidence In any o( Uiei ampa that tho miners will accept Pre-- Ident While's advice to-go back .lo. pending riceollallons. Taber union Is holding a.mtellnc onlght. .1 xradoni-'Jiinc. Oreal. Britain losses In cereal ships has beun onli- li'fx per cchl. according to a. slatemcnl made to Ihc AssoC-lated Press today hyj Kennedy eeon-i dmy. 'The mlnlatTy of fowl, lie had-madc allowances for .the, loss 25 per cenl. ot tMs kind in Bhipplwl.'., ;