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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 13, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta VOLUME JUNE 1917 NUMBKR 155 Debate Will t iiVcncc at coiistruciioii ol Cwbiiict is Now Under 1JI5EKAL M15MJ5K1JS WILL KOT ENTER 1 June1 second read ing of Ihe military service bill will orobably bo proceeded ivitli in Iho liouso tilts If il Is uol taken up tomorrow if will be on Tlio Liberals will bavc anotlicr caucus on Thursday and will probably be readyj to proceed with the debate on Iho mca sure In Ilio Afler litany days of slress compara live calm prevails in the corridors of the Speculation is confined lo tho likelihood or not ot Ihc opposi tion being able lo agreo amendment ujibll which lliey can unite nl least In Ihe view us to tn their the policy of conscription should It is not generally lielievcd lhat clllicr one sideor Ihb other will show a united vote on Ihe oud reading of the bill is Cabinet reconstruction within party IE In Ihe air and is likely to come a H is In connection with tho succession of Patenaude who retired from the cabinet men RUSSIAN MISSION 1 REACHES PASSEXUUllS ESCAPING FKOM LIXEK TORPEDOED WITHOUT WAUNLVG June Husslan mission 10 the United Stales headed by Boils Batibmcteff as ain tmssailor lias laiuled at a Pacific port The part con of about 10 Ul will 6toi first1 at Seattle and proceed at once to AVasliiiiK Will Be Completed This Welland Cost 50 Million June Frank minister of states KK OF HE NEED MORE WOMEN WORKERS IN GERMANY June Keuler dispatch frocu says German newspapers are publishing an appeal to wom en to serve in jcrniau am munition The appeal saya a sreat increase In the number of woman workersis AHtasFinally Accompligli Thiir Aims in Greece Action Was Unexpect ed ill Present 110YAL FAMILY IS A STILL IN ATHENS Here is one of the most unusual ship on The liner was the French Sontay1 torpedoed in the Her and the captain remained on the bridge till the water reached Then he ran to trio stern and when was waving Ills cap and shouting Vive La j A BIG AIR RAID OVER EAST END LONDON lioiied Include Judge Tollier June death of 43 persons and Ihe injuring of 200 in to days air raid was announced in the Ihe rails have now been laid on the I Hudson Hay railway to wllhin VI House of Lords loday by the tarl ot ot ECcomi secretary ot Things would be simplified It b d ocrosa will JTlie secretar engagements occurred in Iho air but lie results atjthc present are uncertain The raid over the city In milling had also resigned his seat in Ho Speculation is now turninc to what happen in connection with Iho bill lo extend Iho UJcot but it may lie somo time before it Is brougriidovin in the There is strong probability Ihat theremay differences otonlnion In regard to llns which will make it necOoSar to tlm bill if it is pressvi Rowell Willing Citizen states N tWrlttmell leader or Intf Itbcnl oil position Inflhe Ontario legislature is to enter the cabinet Liberals WonlEnter Winnipeg June 13 Ottawa correspondent of thn Winnipeg Tele wirestoday in part as follows speaking Uberals cided not lo the cabinet without the consent of the whole Ihe speculation on cabinet reconstruction takes a Sir Robert Ilordcii will undoubtedly of the house for some big Canadians irre spectlvb of information Is be available for some days be this summer and the would lasted ahout 25 ryasaidOIheShcardtne iMcd and5oof the injured were cliil he nxcecilcd when fuller rails will be laid into Port Nelson before the end of the The estimated cost of the conv pieled terminals and harbor jthrauehout lie east end thismorning work is twcnlyElx million Mie expenditure so far of a llt itlc over eighteen million Mr Cuciirane estimates the total cost olthenew ship canal be with about rJL Cl alreidy u Sltl With Electric Co Coracs Quickly to a Climax reports bed been VIcc Adrairal William Kims in command of the naval forces was automobiling Iho time of thn air raid and Iisd a unrruw escajio fcom a The cast cml of in live Iho citys surtcretl lieavily from the Dombs fell in many congested tltslrlcts and while Uie imujbur ut cabitaHks has not ascertntnetl two rcyort ihantlling upwartlof four of flcd acid seriously reported to have been brought down lu the house of Chancellor Ilonar Law had beet killed and 67 injured in the raid uver London as far as Tie ffjiiGWingGmCial statement was issued Lord French commander of home defences reports that about 15 hi of Senesalle Leyland Liner June Leyland lin ndonwasbombarilcd today by lifi passing in the vicinity o Anslian which left Boston Mai hostile A large numNore estuary of 111 30 for I nerpool has been Pursued by British June The east afitilc cirpliincs licard Lontloii teei Sunk With Loss Megpantic Also Goes Down South Atlantic ifticr Seyuaua with passengers has been torpedoed and sunk with the loss of 190 Se juana was sunk in Ihe Am ong the passengers was otBritish airplanes pursued the Germans flew over Essex to Ixm rton reports of casualties have been recelSedtbls far German air planes over London shortly bptnb struck a ling One of the airplanes is n Thames at about 11 They pro ceeded toward separating when they covered about half the dis v The east end London has been attacked andboinbed but no reports hure yet been received casualties or Antiaircraft guns of Lomlon defences have been in number vsisUU NOT ALL June strike o the street railway conductors and irio this tlel iipnll line of the North Vahcouve aiid oirncil hy Hi British Columbia IJlectrlc Hailwaj Jpt awheelturned aiid the compaii rnade no ciort 16 take Hie cira out ot Tho dispute Ijclween Iho Company anil Us men came lo a heat KO rjufcltl thai Ilio public was imjire tlio uiornlnB Iftihdrcds of jitneys did a Innving there w6re tliouaauds of early workers who lind to wnlk in from thei1 homes in Hcccntly the union presented a de mand for an increase of wages lo meet tlio high coal of Tho company pared for iho urn of events this offered compromUe not Hcccptetli Sti far there hna hedn no 11 Is slated that tho com inn will mak6 no effort to operate Ha JUney competl lion haa caviscri sticli fl serious falling off In rovenue that Ihc cars iii the city have for months been operaled al a loss anil the company takes the posl lion Ihfll tho longer thostrike lasts the less will iHo nionclary Light ami ire for the presLi being hialnlHinctl Toronto Ont June 13At the an jiml meeting here todaj of the Can adian Press includes n Us membership praclicilli all Ihe dim papers published in Ine LXmiin on tlie plan for the Canadian nat ional news lias al readv been npproved bi the exist ng Canadian Co iscTs gathering and distributing organize fons was adored uiianimousl Mel Slone general tlie Press congratulated the publishers and people of Canada on thisgreat forward step npt lonal unity and oitl hov be proposed sjalem of leased Hires from coast lo Coa Ja and lentl to briugjall1 parts of the Dominion inlo Ihc cloKcst BSEDCJ Directors for Ihe elecled as follows John for Hrittsh Columlila J II for Alberta Herman for SaskAl Richardson for Jlanilbba At Hnson J Wackliurri J H ncr C Crandall J F SlacKaj E Xorman Smith Hoss RobetUoh ami Slack for Ontarioind Quebec ard G lred Tear Marilime At R meeting of Ihe placid E y Slack was elecled T H Macklln first W J Bhck arid Know Ics manager of the evening iaper section was appointed general Has Abdicated London Times Says This Ms Would Be Fair ilonlreal June Gazettds in cables Inat he onlj comment beard on the Can conscription bill thero yestbr day was thai Canada should guard lust too much espec the tribunal methods which have caused icsletlnite delay Fng Tiul with men who strove to put The general feei ng omong tlio Canadians in Condon that an elcclion vould he hesoldiers even If the vote were iken FUIlornlK discussing con scnphon in Canada The Times the comfcuotulpot a Warning tigalnst themischjevous a sumption that opposition is solely KrenchCanadian in The Times sees every hJU Sir Ilobert bordens resolution will he via fal of Constautine king of the Hellenes fl In response to the demand of Ihe proiecting France real llrilain he abdicated i loday in favor his second sou1 Prhice This cnmai in the affairs of Grceci was brought about througii the ageiicj of the French has held posilions In several JVenct and who arrived at Atbenf i only a day or two ago on a special mission as a representation froTt i Great Britain and Ht j had previously visited Salonika anc other and he lost no tlmo Ir getting into conference with the Greel The demands of the pfiwers respect ing Ihe abdication ot King Constant tine also apeclflcally eliminated Crowi Prince George as bis tbt croicn prince being included amonj those Greeks In official life who wen cunsiilered strongly proOcrman Botl the former king and Princo ii auutiunced tnhv b Premier Zai mis intend to the countr imme uune It i lelfortcd tNt troy embark on a British and pro teed lo Switzerland by way pf It is presumed that Prince iler will lake up hia kingly duties will full acceptance of the Ideas whicbthi protecting powers desire to be put in to effect in the government of Greece during the precenl ar He is 2 of age and had been free fron antientente proclivities Would Defend King Pno to the the kings deti ion Greeks lojal t the crown gathered for the protettioi Tiie tbe ot the sovereign On nighj a steamer df 2000 re ervlsts lonneil a cordon arouac and sunk by a German according to cable advices received y agenls here today Advices stated that tlie creA hat been saved although jtlifuofficersvOf the line said tbfa bad no in Cormation regarding oV where Ihe Analiaii ivas TJie sbip and cargo were valued at 000 A Green SellsYSheap Ranch ill Rnnch Selling Fast h tons gross and In HALF BATTALION ALREADY NTevc June of Britons anil Canadians for the British armv liai been so successful was announced todaj bv Brig Gen IA White in cbaree of tbe campaign several hundredin will leave for Canadafor a dj of intensive trainingprepara lo going overseas Illl AFTER June 43rd gen eral1 assembly pf the Presbyterian loniglit unanimously agreed on V inTegarrl lo Ihe project ed union of the MMli denominat ions practical assures n dl3 continuance of organized proijagaiiila for and acainst trie tiro ears after tlie conclusion of tbc One of the land deals which lias taken place in district Tor some has just been closed wliercbv Albert Green lias disposed of his farm and sheep The farm lias been soltl to Cooletlgc for Coolertge lias since disposed a A half Interest1 In Greens sheep ranch on Coulee consists of several sections and is en ideal sheep grazing II lias neen eoU to Hagerman for W COO Tins jloes not in elude Hie cheep The ranch lii ctiuipped with including one of the most modern hquscs In the south countrj x Tliere5s a great deal of land chnug ing hands Tabcr The which was put on he rnarhetlastfall Is bought partly ly ndVeoUlers aud iwirtl people living vln the dis Tlie edge of Ihc ranch beeil dispos toa of four or five sec lens i manager R isslaf anl general manager with lers in IRISHMENDRAWN i CLOSER BY TM6 WAR Edward arson alluding liy tko hoino ot cornmons lo Ihc death of Wflllo anil recalling how jft had hecn cared for and treated on tno hat tlcfleld lj Ulster men Hnld If In the Irenches Ihey could lighl side by side liberty cerlalnl so far as ant I will do all in my power to assist in some solution of Ihc Irish question which will mcel Ilio deals o Illjcrly of all parties In Juno Gazelles correspondent iri Lomlon reporls lhal AgenlOencral John of Albcrfa hart recolvpn1 a and Act ofpar llamcnl for tho pruvlnclal election on fho field affd In hospitals Announcement tho rights of soldiers lo elccl tuo candidates will b advfir Used llirj corrcaprvndeiil find nominations will bo received to tho mlildlo of July 4 KlNTON MAY HEAD 4 ORANOTRMMK Montreal P traffic manager of lie Grand Trunk Pacific fill will be appointed getiornl man ogqr accotdfng lo wellInform talk In raluay Juno following J ot icial communication was made public icre Ihls afternoon fight ng occurred near Jlpiilln itonlc the njillo Du Jlcsriil and DCS Sorchosewin A Jcrniah surprise altael near Chovailchoe whero else the night compara kely Repulsed June Kcpntse o On man minteratlacks on positions newly occupied lir Uiu Hrilijih Ihe Eouche rlicr wv itmounccd In war oflEcc New June penitentiary fiontcncc of IL iflonLhs nntl 25 Tor not registering uader the selec tive rirat vins Impoficd by United Judge ChaHielil in ItrooMyn on llerman P I cvne school tud General Perliine anded ai Boulogne this morning and ill arme in Paris thfa evojilng Gen rol Persliingwas met atithe guay by reoresenting tho rencli government commandant lueT representing tho minister ot war commandirig the lorthcrn region gov rnor ofLillo and oilier bf Iciah Uritish soldiers nnd marincs along he quay honors a lie flying the stars and jircceded U destroyers and accom iamed bi hjdroplanes and lingiMc the channel the Star bi A Asleamed up Milllar bands plajed Bpangled Banner and Lhe Marsclil as General Pelletler and his boarded the boat o welcome Mrs Annie Cunningham 727 12th SI S rccehed this moralnrj hat David hfid been ivQimikrl In the flslitlRg on lie western front on I le Cunningham went lo the front early in the war vtllli a Calgary battalion He Is snlfcrhig from a gunshot wonntl In the led toot and hns been admitted 16 a lloulognc council apjiolnlini 6 fuel controller stiles Spot wheat Oclcibtr wliert Locjil trick 6at Octolxr sail October flax 2S8 59 273 liilic orderIn fngralii as lhat the of Iho uel Cbnlrbll6r will exam ine Into the coal situation or eastern nmi middle Canada from Atlantic coast to the flpck nin mtalns as to he probable demntads foi1 the coming season theoutputpf Caiiadlan coal that can be relied upon to meet these tcmandai measureswhichmightbe adopted to Increase the output Iho of obtaining the from outside of Canada fransportatlon Canadian and foreign cooperation between cattiefs and consumers and 10 report andrecommend 16 the goternment wilh a Men of securing sufficient coal Tor Canadian re tulrc nients during the approaching season High Low WEATHLK 4 J risin 64 IRISH DEAD I ondotl June Jam es Chant ber V P for pelfnil Soulli wrjo re cenlly solicitor general for Ireland IcKaal Urtl Ilo palace inhis If thai should be Tiecessarj headed Commander michaehs was r elied bl Coastantmi and pledged of the armj and the people to his cause The kings onlj Teph was an appeal that the All effortol agitators to start l1 anife tation and tho army ot leers announced tneir Intention tc obev the order of Ihe government tc no part In any demonstration untj II maintain peace Agitators were still attemptjng operate in the streets ol Athens to i night but there were no disorders anl everything leads to belief thW there will1 be none Still In Atheni London June King Con stantine and oher members of th Greek rosal family are still In Athens Accordingto CoEstantine desires to leare Rfiutflr fl lorrespondent at Athens says Ul miUj tan measures In the EuK of Corinth andielsewhere have tarried out jitlsfactorlly 1 ondon June 11 mceaent t the melhorli selected bj the o deal with King Constantino was not expected Intimation ol o be taken was given In the HOBM Commons In well informed quar ers it is believed that the situation 111 Se rapidly It is said on highjst authority tial he entrance of Iho Unfnl States nto the war had a direct and import anC influence in bringing about UK iresent solution o me Ureek Plans for dealing wilh the lion King Conslantlne pro lirst began to aiauma definite shape at French Italian conferences held in Savdyr j 11 wlien Llojd George and Paul IVench war minister found selves in and tntvx Italian repnsenlatho seen toi be ol the mind The of the details 01 Ihe plan was placwf J 5 in the hands ol the In Ittl collatorailon with their and Senator Jonnart was sel ected to take on the work with ICfrognd lunc 13 The KronsMdt reioll has reacneri a icw critical stage owing to formal repudiation of the Secessionists coun cil of dciinlies Tlie garrison also unanimous passed a rcso utlon denianding that the council ohej wlitch ttic pro ilslonal covcrument Issued In de cnse of the rciolulfon or defense 6f Himsla agotnsl llid foreign cnem This resnlullon sofrlghlened Ihe coniuil that 114 presl dcnl Studenl has Pctrohrad wilh the aim o of fering concessions lo IhejCablnet ever support might be necessary rrfttj General Snrrall and Ihfc admiral manrtliiK Ihe allied fleel in Greek witi CRISIS 6EVELOPS ITALIAN CABINET June In the Hallsii cabinet developed when Icael expected onlr afew licfofe the Is ited Tor I Pan lune minis Irj of announced af ternoon that arvacctdenl had m one oMtp facCorlcs now making large ivumber Ct XfflimUj 11 Is MM liail lircn Iskcn lo tne Irospltal ruins o the fact6r searched Xo thus far liad obtained Ing the number at awl wwtitCjv ;