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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 15, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta JJPSETcMfEDERAfJON, NO ACT OF CAN INJURE THE ALL! I Quebec. COIUCN Out I'-rankly for IJrcah From Dominion Con- I RTII Jj IJliLOYAL TO KING GKOKG15 l Montreal, June Croli, which elrculnles almost solely amongst the Frencli-L'anadian clergy and which bears a cross wllh "In "och Sinno VIncos" on its litlc pnge, Is out boldly I for the destruction of confcdcrnllon The editor -In chief, Mr. Jos. Begin 1 writes that confcderntlon !ias liecn fa I lal for BO years lo the Frcnch-Cnna [linns. 1 He says: "We have- been and bled wlille, as this political ma I chlno in tho hanila of the Kneltsh ma I iorily haa been absolutely disastrous I Krom bciuK pioneers nt this beaullfu I country, we Imvo become valets of I race which pretends lo be "superior. but which Is nothing-more than Oi Hie rapaclou I Jew. "Whal advantage, minimum thong l-ll beV'have wo got from confeJeralloi liiVo have 'worJced hard nnd II has n Veonc to enrich the Aiiglo Saions. Ou I fallh, our schools an -w1'. children, Iho well-h Allied Nations are Fiilly Prepared for the Eventuality of Russian-Hun Alliance for the Balance of the Wasliinslan, ontc June cn- liaviug expressed on i.. hrcush (lre.il IlrlUiln Iho wil o revise Ilio tcniiB of the pnlenlc al- laiice as related (o MIC war alms, are prepared lo ask the llussian provis- ional government :i definition of Hus Russia. The message ol thoroughly c the 30 orouy e that it Is ImisssS'Jte-bnriKily lo con- ll.e alleged democratic v Iowa n of their fancy. I e n utbursl of paelfiils chauviaisiu In lie greatest parl" of Ihe Eoclallsllc ircss The Allies were included In lie condemnation of Ihe llritish- Tlie note.l wcre'savagely analyzed anil the oU'bourgols Imperialistic coDicniioii was discovered unJer a new form. Heavy Punishment. Petrograd. .lunc provis- ional government bas issued a de- cree regarding all ads of military disorder InclllOlne refusal to fight ond also lliciicmenl lo fish! against tho government. Such acls, says Ihc decree, arc punishable by long sen- tence lo serve in IhR penitentiary and dcnrivnlinn of lights lo properly nnd ighl lo receive land under ol" thepesf l.ri.ish. coming land redlslribullon. which Included Ihc.caplure of Irar.o anl points london June ctril dren marched lo Ihc garrison ceme- tery at SUornclUfc camp louiv'y lo place [lowers'on Uic'graves "o'-'some 3000 Canadian soldiers. They sani patriotic ami llie mayor ani corporation or Folkestone participates in Ibo ceremony. Canadians buried Iliert arc men who died In the neigh- borhood of Sborncliffe since Iho .utbreak of the war. Toronlo, June senl to the Canadian prisoners In Germany from Switzerland will be replaced by known as bread biscuit, says n-l.onrron cable to Ihe Toronlo Tele- sram. II keeps better lhan bread la [the summer months. Prisoners arc said- lo-be receiving arccls prclty regl'larly, but tiic alest advlca Is that they sllll are not llowcd canned goods, though It Is ex- ectcd this restriction., will be re- novcd shortly. There are now about ,500 Canadian prisoners In Germany. I Ollaiva, June A. .Malh son, premier ot Prince Edward Islan LIEUT.GEN. SIR H. Commander of Ihc second British Army which won Ihe bij.Victory on Ihe Ridse ANOTHER BIG T vVaBlringUin. Juno 14.- -An al was loaned by tlie gov- ernment to Great Brilain-'todriybrine- Pckin, June 13. Presi- dent LI Ilung's uncontllltonal Was Ill'But a Puhlic-Spirited''. Citizen .U was a shock to Ibe people Lcllibrldgc lo learn at noon today o the death-of Alexander M. Mars iaieti ]n isui. rrumii-.r nianaser of the A. .Macdonaiu i. i DJ, profession-and a Roraan wholesale eroccry here. Mr. Catholic. was laken ill the laller part of last week and was taVcn lo the hospital where It was found'necessary to per- form an operation. He withstood the shock of "the operation but ycsterdav his condition began to cause aiKlolr and last nighl It was known lhat he could not live. province. His successor as premier of the province and leader nf the Con- servative party wjll be lion. A.- B. Arscnault, member -for Eumniersidc, wlio was member ot the Mathlson Eovernmcnl without portfolio. The new premier is a French-Canadian and sou of Sl'lialor Arsenaull, who in ''reillicr Arscnault is a The lale Mr. Marshall .was one ol tho best known and most popular ent ung ILJU, ycat method of dismissing parliament is business men ot Ihe -city Ho was i, In Ihe soulhtrn known throughoul Soulhctr strongly condemned In Ihe southern provinces, where altempls arg being made to nmalgamaLo for Iho.purpose of ottering mllllary rcslslauqc. It Is believed here that Lhe prcsldcnt's-ac- llon will precipilate civil war. Tha I'ckln Uazcllc, which hereto- ore has been the slronsesl supporter of the prcslclenl, now strongly ilc- lonnces him, claiming that he la 115- ng the counlry for his own selfish General Chang Ilsnn, mllilary gover- nor of the province of AnhKei, Is. ex- London. June H was announc- ed in Iho" house of commons this .af- ternoon that the government hie. de: elded .to -release all the' prlioncrs lakcn In the Irish rebellion 61 taster peeled' lo arrive here loinorrovi year sgo. NEW RUSSIAN GENERAL' I'elrograu. via Lontlon, June 14.- General Denlklnc, fo.-mcr 'chief o staff, has been nominated lo succeed Ccnernl Onrko In command ot Ihe arhllcs on the western front. a.business man of IntcB- ity, arid much ot Ihe success h.s firm nioved here was Iho resull or Ills personality. Obliglns and cocrlcius "was the soul 'of honor, and Lcth oridre has lost one of her best ell zens through his untimely death. Canadian "By. Birth. Though a Canadian by birth, tho cus totjay. As the celebrating was no good without liciuid .refrcshmenl strr (Jain All Objectives on a Wide Trout Have Made Very Important'1 Progress Recently. NEARLY MILE DEEP OX A 7-MILE FKONT ixindoc, June 15-Tlic Drlt.sh. slruck another blow last night on a front Mcsslnes, the war office announced They sained all their objectives, advancing south and ease of Messlnos and astride Ihc Coralncs canal. .Tin: lirillsh now oc- cupy former fronl trenches of Ger- mans from the rjver Lys !o the Hlver Warnave. As a result ot lasl night's operations and constani pressure ex- ecuted the Uriljsh have advanced their lines from 500 to l.OCO yards on a fronl ol seven miles. Not a General Advance, nritlsb llcadtiuarlers in France, une London, June 15.-- There is nothing like a general ail- nice on any front but we proceed ilently to occupy bits of trench and strelclics of ground which havet al- readv beeu evacuated by Iho enemy, ly Ibis creeping we now bolO a line of yards' in advance- of .the line..which we pushea cast of omines. The German storf nf British cav- alry charge in reglbu is untrue, like all other German utlemnres on T- nol-'efigaliedvaiia has not-atlemptcd' lo-tskc even ihc'srirallest part In pu- enitions. Mounleil patrols of half a doaeti men or so. have in a few cases been usefully employed, while Iho1 German filalement .that very few ye-, turned is only Irue because .the same number returned as went.' Berlin'Admlti. Retreat- Berjin, June 15, .via tircment of German forces at. two- points on the front in Belgium Is re- ported in today's official', slatemcnt. v Tbc Germans were pushed back by the British between Ilollebeke and the Supply Here of Greatest Importance "4 6nco tho project Is underslooi by the masses tho monster pcllllons "ill be Blsned and snbmlltcd lo leglll mate aiilhorllles, This pcllllon should be a clea i expression of popular will ot this now disaster of. confc-d erallon on Iho ono parl and on lh other part advantages Great Hrltal TOTld olilaln In according a constitl [Inn which 'would give ,13 closer con i wjlh Ihu nritlsh crown.. S. E. Slipper of thr, Dominion gco- og'.cal S-narlmcnt, Is In Ihc clly Ibrtay n connccNon will, preliminary steps o bo prior lo the water conter- nco oh Friday next In the St. Augus- ts hall. Mr. Slipper says that Iho onfcrcncc, which (s uhlnue In (lie bla- ory of wcslcrn Canada, liOiinJ to aM In Eolvlng Ihe problems o( in FORT SAUFF TAKEN. Ixindoi-, Juno Sal- Iff nn east Ehore of Iho Red Sta bus boon captured oy the Hrlllsh warships, U was officially announced llila ev- ening armers Ihroughpul the weal. lie, ilmself. has been working ti.' tlie pasl wo years on" Ihc program mcnt nt the well walcK nllplto I ami li'hl a posi'.lo o know the p'roblcrnx The progrtm fortW.dny's confor cnoe has been ironiiloM and from list of spsnVifti1 la evident irOTTl IP'C iiav ui ri IJ Ihnl grcaUnlorest has developed among those who nre'nVVIpse wllh the situation. Following arc Iho addrc'saas which will be delivered al Ihe conference which atx9.30sln Ihc llnn.-lMncan iWarahall, Minister of Agriculture, of wel- come. i ii koi wulcr supplies In farm development and extension of live stock Industry.' D. U, Dowllns, Geological- Survey Bcoll In'prospccllng and ,ne testing of artesian In cny Sonlhcrn Alberln." "Methods tor. fur- (her prospccllng of surface well water In Southern Albor'.a." "Chcaii mclh- ods or tc.illng for o( surface waters." f. II, I'cters, Commissioner of Irri- gation, for-.well walcr supplies from percolation frorr furlhor proposed Irrlgnllon projects. "Proposed wnlor supply for ntncli-am domcsllc purposcH from (all illlch In neck of land between Iho rlTcrs west af "Walw.tllll rteslgned, fol farm use." "Mclhods ot fjllerl-' Lsndorph, Engineer ol AVnler j Suinily, C.l'.H., ing for .Well Water on Western IJncs, and "Divining." S. Chlel Khglaeer, O.P. It, DN.n., Infor- malloh r'cWIvo lo water supply- for ale.Mr. Marshall had'lived much of ,ls life In Ihc United Stales. He was >orn in Plctou counly, N. S., bul en- tered mercantile field In the Slates, and before coming io Southern Alberta w-'as manager of the Park, Grant and Jlolr grocery concern al Grand Forks, N.D. Doming lo I.elh- brldge eight ypars. ago he en- gaged in farming east of the clly, his brothW-ln-lnw, Mr. .Murray, who Is at present here, being his partner n the enterprise. Three years ago he Joined the A. Yicdona.la" Co. here is manager of heir Lcthbrlugc branch, and has been n; that- volition continuously since. The Marshall wai 51 years of age. Upsides his sorrowing widow he loaves to mourn him.lour chil- dren. Donald, George, Alexander anil Kaiherlne, Ihe latter being now HI In tho Hospital. A brother, D. U. Jlar shall'Is farming about seven mile east of Ihe city. Six-other brothers survive.. John of r-argo, N.D.; Dan o tioalon, Mass.; Jim and Angus o Coenr d'Alcnc, Idaho; George o southern .Idaho and Henry In Xov Scotia, A nephew, Frank Marshall o he A. MacdonaM Co. Is living In 111 ly. Deceased was a member of lh Masonic and Knights .of Pythias or dcfsj anil also a leading member o the Unlled Commercial Traveller Lclhbrldgc council. Ho was also member of Knox church. Funeral arrangcmcnls have nol yet been niadc bul will lie announced lo- mdrri'w.: slroiiRer than two percent, he dug a' bollle of red eye-and -proceeded to get "lit up.'.' Constable Wlgg of lh provincial police, Intercepted him I bis mcrrymuMng, and before Magls trale Ellon a couple 'of hours- laler h was fined ?50 and cosls." Tho accuse clldn'l Ihlnk. U was tiuile fair. "It's no he ieii court. "The peopl on't know ihe However he lias ad 150 worth ol experience wllh the and will go home from the annual elcbralion Just that much wiser. TORONTO CLEARINGS. Toronlo, June clcarloes year In BIS. Ottawa. June wore no cry 'important ileveloiimcnls llus rooming in connocllon wUh Ihe poli- Ical slluallon. II la not yet absolute- y certain whether the. conscription will come up for second on Monday or Tilcsda'y.NSIr Wllfi Laurier asked Iho prime, inli'.islcr It t be deferred until Tuesday out It not known Ibal he has de. finilc nuswer. It has been-generally nssumcd as the day of discussion ol Ihe princlple-of llie measure. x region ot the rijer Douve andials'o Eouthwcsl of Germane Repulted. Barls, June were sent 'by Ihe Germans last nlgbl in the. dun sector al bin. 301. and oh the ;bts of the war office and dispersed. ___- Ixmilon, June British arm cd merchant cruiser Avenger waS'lor pedoed and sunk in Ihc. North Wednesday night." All but Eavod. Proposal Is To Advance These.1 Sums and Assume Control of Roads'1 Big Sums Raised Here for the -ijjo-- wdw _ 1 T T-i IV llonallzation nt.a (ulurc session of Jews in Palestine SFstMsysg Ottawa, June approxlr malcly will bo roqulred.to prevcnl Ihc Canadian Moil hern G T. P. railway from going Into ulOalion puniling Ihelr probable MARKETS Spot wheat wheat October, wheat track oatf oati i. October. Mix 2tO 236 207 2fS and.warm. AB a rcsnll of lasl hlghl's mass meet- ing Inilhc-.Maicatic Ihcntre. the sum of for Hie relief Of the Palesllnc JCwa who Imve been onf.ol Ihelr homes, especially Crorn Iho Jaffa district liy Iho Turks who arc carrying on Ihelr campaign of annlhilallon of llie Jewish race. The mecllng was not largely attended but In view o( Ihc" facl lhal Calgary anrl Kdmdnlon aro raisins 500 each (or llils.faml, It was consid- ered lhat I-elhbrldge well to colled so much on the nrst day ot Ire cartpalgn.. Mayor rtardle otriipled the chnlr and on llie plaliorm with him was a gal axy of oralorlcal lalcnl Including Itov, SmolcnJky, 'Her. ,0. 11. Cohblcrllck, Katb6r'. SlcCaffery. J. D.-lIlgln bolhzni, JuHgc Jack son, HBbbl dorfdmari nnd Ixjula Keel Mayor lurrtle opened llio.meeting bj Xlon at for relief tor the'Jewish'.sufferers .wiiJ have. been nu'iio The ap- peal came from Ollavva, and ho eaifl lhal bclnE.tattqn.up IhTOUghoul .CaJuijft (6 jlyc Uic C'JM- dian people an opportunity lo. help in Uilr. cbarilalilo work, There had been naliy appeals of n similar nature since the war began but l.cthbrldge people lad always done-their MJ In Ihls re- garil and lie was sure Ihcy icnrkiiri lo .Ihls appeal'as thcyihad done lo others. Olorbj of Palsstine J. D. lllglnliolham spoke briefly lell- lug of (Me elorles of the land of Pales line a historic land whlth.had (he battlefield of old; Ho had visited Iho country ond gave n very Interest- ing description of Ihe people'.whose grealcst object la lo llr.e In.petce, bul who aro continually- kept diggers drawn Ilirough tho mactilnatfoBS ot the Turks. V The Turk Deilfni Judge; Jackson was Ihe-ncil speaktr and he went on lo show.Wjlhe history of Iho TtirVs IhaL Iholr rltslgn on the Jew's Is one iif utler elimination: UthbrMge conW do '1 being- correct tnonl caucus of yeslerilay to consider Iho railway situation." Of this amount Iho Canadian approximately and the U, T. P. hnlf that amount. Should Ihls amount be provided this session It.Is likely ihat It will be under such conr dllio'na anil .restrictions" will leavS i. Ihe 'door vfhle open (or natlonaliz.-.- tlon ol the lines lalcr on. It Is unijer-, j ilood thai Ihe sucjeallon mado HlUOll lllrtl ILIU aubCUJlvu11 In caucus Ihal-lho BOrcrnmcnt could advance this amount and assume control of Ihc railways unlit.Iho .war s over. Afterward the C. 5. T. P. could be added lo. Iho crnil.enl systems. eltorla Iho terrible In a worthy cause. be CONSTANTlNE'S-FUTUBt :v' London, June ilAThe dent al Athens of Ihe Kxchangc.Tele- p graph' W3 he underslanJs lhal" Senator Jonnnjl.-.. the-'- er.tenie high commissioner Informed iPreB- ler'Zalmfj that when the 'j over and order which tho allies would -r- exact had been slarillrfe wfiiild be permitted ,'fl. siime hhi throne.'If such _-y ;