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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 12, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta 1018 VOLUME 7F1 TT IF1 iEMEYE THE German Statements Lead To Belief Among Allies Biggest Drive yet to Come STROKE A SUCCESS AN DRIVE IS YET TO COME Objectives Recent Offen sives Havk Apparently All i Been Realized by Germans THIS IS INDICATIVE THAT MASTER STROKE STILL CONTEMPLATED June Ger inun official statement would seem to boar the Intimation that the German high command coasicers that the ob jects of its latest offensive already have been attained and that now the French are making successful coun ter nttacksi the thrust willnot be pur sued The great question to military cn ticshere is Whether General Luden ilorffs plans yet are fully revealed and If the foregoing interpretation was correct would bear out the impres sion held by many experts that the great stroke of the central powers on the western front is still to More Than The theory advanced by the critics Is that the big offensives ot March and Slay 2 both developed suc far surpassing the anticipation of the German command and were de veloped much further than originally and that the offen sTves oa AprSlJO qn the Ypres front am1 present thrust at the Noyon Dirtier trpnt were engaged in diversions FraheoBrI tlsh forces Iheth fronSJriHltM the Id and to present counter offensives is were conjp the confusion and Propose Substantial Annuities of Military Committee June the Pres bvlerlan assembly the committee on pensions proposedthat a year be given to ministers why had reach Ihe age of 70 yeare or who had piven forty yearsof and for with adequate provisions for children and and that to tal disability of mlnlrteru be taken as equivalent to retirement and that an enlarged investigate and make a detailed report to the next as of lor supported the An amendment by John London of lo reduce the age retire ment to 65 or 35 years of ser vice was lost and the assembly ap proved the Foreign During further consideration of the report of foreign missions Dr complained that only fifty per ot communi cants subscribed to the The deficit now stood at Bhp the quesflbn of amount of MURDERED THEN SUICIDED Juno story of the mart infatuation for Myrtle Styan which led Arthur Rodwuy lo lake her life and then end his own by the use of a razor on Friday was told last night by Arthur dead Kirls1 Both the i dead wero formerly of i The story was told at the inquest last On tlui night of the tlod wny ciiffie lo the MacArthur apart ment and asked Myrtle Styau to go out with him tiiat hut she MacArthur afterwards ask ed him to leave and Kodway grew Roclway went into the front room where Myrtle Witness was just going toward the door when he heard a crash and turning saw Rodway fall at his Myrtle was then on the TODffire FIGHT HEAVY TOLL VON STEIN FRENCH BEATEN Declares Foch Reserves Wiped Out and Much War Mater ial Captured disorder prodded by the unexpected ddpth ol their advances and complet ing preparations for their main The proponents of this theory point to the fact that the Germans still have a large number of fresh divisions ready to throw Into the struggle and that AustriaVpower Is still The opinion is advanced that it will not be before the heaviest at tack yet seen will be launched by the the deficit was of The committee on concentration of the work of the colleges during the war reported that In view of the vital importance of the colleges to the church life of the communities which they serve and to the university with which they are affiliated your commit tee recommends that each of col leges continue its work so that there may be no weakening of any power ful influence in the or edu Jmrt reach the cliannel June to the col of 19 year old men is delayed un til September The dlffi buUy arises over the limitation to of number of reinforce ments whichmay bo secured undpi the This can only be Increased byact of Total To Date I Up to the mdn act Ually have been placed on active ser Vice under the fn addition ftjen have been ordered to report b n grand total of Dion ordered to From these figures to bo deductei that men ordered to report In one district and voluntarily in anbtber who voluntarily enlisted In before ratifica of the slackers treaty and men had not been medically examined before being orlered lo Haw fur these affect the total of is now 9indor investigation by the mili tary advice of the department June fighting probably will decide on which side victory will reet in tbc present bat says Henri the military In reviewing the He says the flghtlnfl it taking the class ical form in which each aide has won on one The scales now By their counter the French stopped trie enemy from carrying out his plan and at time assured themselves of line of de The Germans now are obliged to keep their eiffeetlves on the firing line and to dip into their stock offf serves for fresh The German plan of the present shys Marcll Hutin of the Echo De in reporting the statements include the attacking and Storming of Compiegtifc by the cavalry or the tinder General Von Schoeler on Sunday Now the Germans not only are not at Com piegne but they show a great deal less vigor in their except on their With the French Army In June cannon and machine Kims have reaped a heavy toll since An entire division of the fam ous jaegers wns cut to pincos at while 11 guard div ision lost a great proportion of Its ef Other it Is learn suffered equally during thu prep aration for the attack and tinad vance to the narrow all the passes which were dominated by the allied EvoiV prisoner tak en seems horror stricken at the slaugh ter of his Yesterday was a Great Day For the Allies on Battlefields of France 0 Juno groat part tire French army has been general Von the Prussian war minister declared in a speech to the according to Berlin news The socalled Foth reserve ijrmy 10 longer exists the minister assert The success the crown princes carefully prepared attacks against the French and British on the hemtn des Dafmes front on May 27 nflicted one of the gravest defeats he entente has suffered during the entire General Von Stein made these state ments in a review the military sit at the second reading of the army budget in the reichstag yester Besides his loss in Contin ued the the enemy suffer d an enormous toss in war materials nd Immense stores of ammunition which were piled along tha lines of communication behind the front of the defeated French army also fell into our just as previously Creep Into Big Fleet and Tor Largest LtlCii YBl alien n v Uerrmms and probably against the cational life of the no loos British front with the object of again of the ties bind ng he h gh to divide forces school and unlvers ty students tp the ministry and no faltering on the par of the Presbyterian colleges to fulfil their obligations to cooperating theo ogical colleges and to the universi Other recommendations were fo release of seven to ten professor to take part in special work of the This temporarily reduces th staff ot the colleges to about half o the normal which the coin mittee held could done wlthou serious impairment of their efficiency The actions of the boards co leges in devoting their buildings national purposes during the war wa warmly The recommen dations were referred to top business Do Something With speaking on the report of Point acbooJ predicted that the FrenchCanadian race in one would be thirtytwo doubling as it did every twentyfive We must do something with bee or Qupbec will do something with us he They had than Roman Catholics at Point Aux Trembles school and they never had any trou ble with pleaded for an panstou of the Military Nell of In pre senting the military service commit tees spoke of his visit to the lie paid strouf tribute to the chaplains Speaking of the of the ho said that twothirds of those in the British gave their services U Is absolutely them to do thfeir work we captured enormous the British stores from TRIED TO STOP A POLITICAL MEETING ON CHURCH PROPERTY June tion by the head pastor of who ordered the audience to marked a meeting held by Bou for In the interest of on church pro This was one of a series of meetings Bouchard Had planned to hold the parishes of his The women started to leave the with the boys and but the great majority of the men refused to them and Buchard con tinued Juno official slate ment issued by the Italian Adruiralt today follows At dawn on Monday near the Da tnation Islands small Italian tor pedo boats under command ot Con Rlzzo Luigi De ililazzo attacked a Austrian division consisting o tjvo large battleships of the Vlribu Unltis class escorted by ten destroy Our units having boldly broke through the line 01 destroyers hit th leading battleship with two torpedoe arid the otherwith one and returne to their base Due of th destroyers which pursued them was damaged Dreadnought May Aus trian dreadnought was destroyed and a second one damaged in the torpedo attack made by Indian torpedo boats upon naval division near the Dalnfatlan Islands on it was officially in a communication of the Italian Crack Divisions of Germans Broken Up and Enemy Loss is Enormous Juno the Havas reassuring impression ias been produced by a statement iven in the senate by Premier Clem nceau on the situation at the said that decisive results had been obtained at certain points with mini mum forces and minimum the enemy losses had been en He laid stress on tlie re sources of the French army which at certain times had crushed the Ger man Details of the admir able American effort to dispatch forces to France were The KchoDe Paris states that there were crack divisions from Genera Von Hutlers army in the enemy forces which were forced to retreat in the French counter attack between Rohes court and In the divisions of the Guard commanded by General Von Schoeler wore The Petit Journal calls attention to the fact that the appearance of certain elements of Prince Rupprechts army mingles With General Von Hutiers men indicates that the German losses were as the German staff ia opposed to mixing forces from two difCerent the chief of staff Battleship of the Viribus Unitis type are four in number arid are the largest in the Austrian They displace tons and carry men 10CO That is Rateat Whicn Sammies Are Now Going to France June flow o troops from this country to Europe is at the rate of a quarter of a millioi President of Manufacturers Vigorously Denounces Agitation For Free Implements in West jt It is the total will be brought down lo leaving recruits which may be aecurod1 under the Service additional rein forcements ira daily being Available by the eviration of granted class one According to the latest figures ayall kble tltere are of men now under review B and U Category U infludeit all men have not been placed In a medical category or ire in a category lower than wanted the Pro testant church of Canada to organize and deal with returned He presented two one purely Pres byterlan and the other a union under which there would be local ctom mlttees and a national commission with a central union executive of the Protestant This plan had been approved by the and by other Protestant Campbell informed the as sembly that local action already had been taken by the Prpteitant churches June In the course of his presidential address today lo the members of Ihe Canadian Manufac turers Parsons dealt largely with tlie relationship between employees and and the problems of particularly as af fectins manufacturers and Under the caption of Capital and ho said We have now come to see that just aa ajmman body do its best rtninlesH the integral parts a react Up to claims roeiempuoas of Montreal The suggestion was up witty viuiw Adopted by the assembly and a corn undisposed of were innu appeal Central appeal Tb largest number of undisposed claims for egeiuptiou Is from Quebec City On the date ment ioned herexwere appeals from Quebec Btlll pending before cen ral appeal This has beeu greatly mittee named to select the Presby terian members of the execu V THE WBATHBB Low and 54 ing so in the case of our great industrial system there must be a living spirit of working together In order to complete Wo have more or less of the external form and have boasted too much about the body of democracy when having little of tho Lopk ing around and especially In old world though not unknown even in there are armed camps of capital and I have no hesitation iu saying that these should find some method ot These two classes must stand together in their own There must be a meeting ground where antagonism and suspicion shall not The situation at present is apparently de scribed by the quotation Iu the world of industry employ ers explain too employees ex claim too economic teachers proclaim only a aud politicians only desclalnii There is no one to in not Better Relations In dealing with better relationship of employers anil Par sons gave his conclusion that there can be no universal betterment applyj ing to each and every worker in any of cooperation without in dividual participation if we are to hold our own against other countries and nations whose cooperation we have to meet both at home and It appears to me that it is Imposs ible for UH to develop immediately a satisfactory plan of cooperation that might suit all the different industries with their varying There start head a month andnothing can stop tainly not the kaiser with his declared General Thomas British high commissioner to the United al a dinner tender ed him night by a number of prominent British and Canadian resi t have it on the auth he that General with whom I am intimately ac is very certain he has the situation well in hand and can now hold tho We have today American troops brigaded with British and French and this intimate as sociation have soon a ing effect on the futures of the nat British in CounterStrokes Tpke Prisoners FRENCH RECAPTURE TOTAL OF 1000 PRISONERS TAKEN June1 enemy raiding party last night attacked a British post in Aveluy but was the war office announced The British carried out a successful raid in the Boyelles capturing a few BRILLIANT COUNTERx ATTACK OF FRENCH June French have struck the Germans a hard blow along a seven mile front between Rubescourt and recapturing Oenlis Wood and heights between Cour collcK and The Ger mans suffered heavy and left more than a thousand pris oners and some guns in the hands of the American troops brilliantly car ried Bcllou Wood this taking three hundred GERMAN ADVANTAGES UNDONE BY June counterattack delivered by the French left fas undone most of the advantages gained by the Ger mans in the first two threatening ad it does the ilank of the enemy columns in the conifer marching on Compiegne from which they are only six miles The point thrust forward by the Germans in the center is ex tremely unless the en emy succeeds in flanking it by gaining of the heights on either This the Germans secured Monday by the capture of Mery Plateau on their right and Thies Court Wood on their Tonight they have lost the for mer and their effortsu to improve the situation on their left have been baffled by the French who held If the Ger man center is in greater danger than before inasmuch as it advan ced After three days of fighting in which the Germans have suffered serious the general situation remains un The enemy on the right of the Oise is not suf ficient to place In jeopardy the allied positions on the other bank between the Oise and the At the other endof the battle the Mont Uldier the situation has not been NO GREAT CHANGE murkahle courage and willingness to get at the who appeared completely dismayed by their Horses could bo seen rush ing forward to save tilt guns and Homo of tin1 Germans lost their heads The battle ground is covered with German i Tho count or attack of the Ger mans on the Crenel left which was the first carried out took the French close to lho original lines as they stood The allies got beyond Mory in another while a fierce return blow enabled them to reach the vicinity of Violent Combats June of the on the front between Soissons and tha the Germans attacked this Fighting is going on be tween the and the VillersCot terots Violent cbmbats are be ing fought on the front of Cutry and South of Heaps of German Dead June ground over which the French advanced in their1 counter attack Tuesday was literally piled with German the Havas correspondent at the front in retaking tfelloy and reaching tho southern outskirts of Maur the French surprised thd who until then had thought they were mas ters of the The retired in disorder and brought horses to the first line full speed in order to carry away their The ardWt and valiant counter at the correspondent proved that the French have lost Cv t At Big Medico Meet Should Ignore German Scientists After War June prohi bition Xor the benefit of military and civil populations tho necessity for each county in the United States sending a quota of twenty per oL the medical men into the army ser vice and the withdrawal ot doctors generally from association after the war with German scientists until Ger many has purged itself of were features of the address of Arthur Bevan of installed last the American 110 reason why a should not be made and some NO FRESH PEACE OFFER FROM HUNS June her forth coming statement of war not intend to make any fresh peace according to Berlin says an Exchange Telegraph dispatch from way Tlie of Pro cesses must bo the new heaven ami the will not burst upon us iu a Can Trust Workmen um at all afraid to trust representatives of our work men to join iu plans of cooperation in the interests of all When we think Qf what our men from rauks of laoor nave donein this greal coming forward largely under VpUiuUry enlistment and we further the valor they hav dis KD ON PRJCE OR Juim price of has been officially raised lo 75 shill ings a 30 AIRPLANES DESTROYED June one enemy airplanes have been destroyed on the Italian front by the British air oper ating according to to days war office statement re porting on the British operat ions iu this IN SITUATION June battle continued during the night on the front between Mont Did lev and the Oise without great change in the tho war office On the French left additional progress was made by French troops in the region east of Mery and Genlis Near the center on the Aronde In the region of he Loge Farm and the French repulsed violent attacks by the Despite repeated the Germans on the French right were not able to de bouch on the south bank of the Matz The French are hold ing in pah of the battle area south of Chovrincourt and Mares A GREAT DAY FOR THE ALLIES With tho French Army in June allied troops today showed the Ger mans they could not it all their own way by executing a number of counter attacks which wero invariably a Some Important territory was won back inroads even were made Into tlie German It was in fact a thoroughly good day for the who in addition to re saining more than one thousand The principal counter attack occurred between near Roubescourt and south of a front of about twelve Allied infan supported by achieved an advance averaging 1600 met They captured reach ed the edge of arrived north of Porte and Logea Farms and obtained a foothold at Ant The French troops displayed re night as president of Charles retiring president Surgeon General Surgeon Assistant Surgeon General Huckerand medical men trom the nations of the at tended the war meeting of the asso ciation in addition to hundreds of physicians and surgeons from all sections of the Justin chief of the mission sent to the convention from brought a message of hope and confidence the assembled to to the Herald Jiuie the sale ot school lands here yesterday out of parcels offered for sale about were The highest price paid was per acre for a section three milea southeast of There were about 400 buyers pre sent and great Interest was All the buyers were residents of the and if any of the land fell Into the hands of It is the sale is considered luite satisfactory from tho of the POOL RESOURCES AND CANADA June pooling ot resources between tho United States and Canada is recommended by thai tariff which reported to the Canadian Manufacturers Asso ciation at tue opening session today af the Windsor at Us annual ;