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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 21, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta DO YOUR BIT IN THE RED CROSS CELEBRATION HERE, DOMINION DAY .VOMJME X. LliTlinillOGE. ALREUTA, TIILUSDAY. JUNK 21, 1917 NUMBICH 162' Fear of v Onu Piipet- is Very 'OjilsyoUcn" on (lie GEKMANS WOULD SACKIFICK AUSTR I A London, Jimp Increasing frlc- Germany ami Austria Is Indicated by nn'arUclo In the Frank- furter XellunK -.wMcn points out the uiulc-s'lrublllly of permitting Gcr- manla -'Irrcdenla, 'comprising DDtt Cqrnians Jivlcs In Austria. The newspaper argues that residents of 'Germany lumibU sections of Aus- tria cannot be -owl rtustrlaus anil fiood Germans -simultaneously. It In- timates thai these Germanic portions Oi" German a'ltl that Austrian Poland should be in- cluded -In (lie rehabilitated klugdom cf Poland, Is not suggested that Gerroan parts of Poland .should be included. Tlila is tho most' polnt- cij expression of tho subject yet giv- en In luc official Oerman press, though n considerable number o[ Eueeestlons have made lately looking toTvaril Germany's expansion at the expense of Austria alter tile var. UNION OF HUITlSHTANkpAUTILIjKKV.CAV-ALKYAND IXFAXTRY OX MOVJvTO litiLGlAX FUOXT TL'ie seldom that a TJrltlsh 'official photograph Fliows much of pictorial value In A rictnrc. The "tank1' may he seen to the left background. Behind It and lo the right arc cnralry. Ji) tlio foreground arc I Jril.5h. Tommies on llioir way to llic front line trendies after a short furlough., In I he centre tore- E round are shown.field pieces with-gunners spreading out. their ammunition preparing for the coming engagement. GERMANY TO OFFER PEACE Frederlcton. N.B., June Brunswick provincial parliament last night adopted a resolution In favor, of- negotiating with Nova Scotia and Pr'rvpe Edward Island .relative lo the formation of a Ittive union of the Maritime Pro- vinces, ,By. a nan-party vole of 25 to 24 'the. legislature agreed to Khclve the women's suffrage bill. Wih Troops V Eight Members of; Crew Torpe- -doed Britisher' Are Killed In Their Escape elroRrad, June law has been West era Siberia, of wholesale murders and robberies icoinmiLted criminals who "hart granled ain- nesly and liad joined Ibe forces of Ihe militant'army. of these pardoned crirL-.ials have'b nrrestetl with about SOD others. TW ly persons were killed-and'. A number Vou tided. Troops Clash V- New York, June porsonB were killed and In clash between government troops and supporters of the'newlyftormcd Ve- rm bile ol in Ihe. province .o Tambov, Russia, 'according to cable received here today from' Pctfogrni by (lie dally Forward; NAVY MEN. June the ginntns ol Iho men havo onllstcJ Hie JiOA- is yeater- ilay brouehl 1203. Expected to Make Offer to Return to Status Quo -v Lontloni June Corilral.rjnjvcrs lo' toncludc peace wilhliiissiii biillic basis of no according lo-a lugli Germany will make an immediate allcnipl to obtain peace licfprc llic c'nd of July. The proposals will prolinlily toward're-establishing Icrrilorial boundaries in Europe as Iliey existed before Crops in Germany are siin'cring severely from drought and all indications point to lerv riblc harilsliip being expcrienccd'lbcre, which by-tlic lateness of the harvest. Added to.ihis is the fact Ilial foot] shortage in (jrcat Hriliiin is.over for the summer. .Shortage of ships, regarded in the light .of .complete! figures of losses from submarines, is causing less pessimism and it is confidently ex- pected Hint llic output of new tonnage will soon be such as lo mpic thai, counteracl the rale of'loss. sinking. Tolalls Dili Not Answer Questions Ottawa, 'June .21. Ol'tlie nations service- cards dislribiiled througho' Canada tbrougli the ol th v f _ BANK CLEARINGS ending today Sanic period last year "Increase ol 100 per cent. Tarls, June Ccrmnn snli- Binrinc wlilch lorpcdocfl (lie Drillsli steamer turned its guns on (lie I'fe- JioaiB-aml .killed eiRut ot the, occu- idmlrally nnnounccfl to- nhhL. "One or our patrol boats of the Mrlllann Hie slalement "rlckcil up fiQ-men liclonelng (o the EubmarlTicil British olearaer and drove otE.wltn, Its guna, two submarines ivliicli were still close to the boats In which the crow had taken ref- ngo Ilio.nlghl'hcforc. A palro] boat of the same flotilla saved 60 men from the 'steamer. Submarines which torpedoed-her, turaeil gitn on the life boale, klllmg eight ot the crew." IHEENIHESI Winnipeg, Man., June cool wave 5.ruck the west last night and Hshl froVs'arc reported front ,a few tiolnlB In Manitoba arid Saskatchewan, (hough It Is not believed were of aufndcnt severity Lo Injure lug crops. Ple rity to rsoit ai ,nd Cjrpress.Hlver, Man., report all degrees ol this I.onrton, June 113 discussion of representation ,'of :the people's bill yesterday, the lio'use of commons by a vole of'291 to 2B decided that the women lo'vole slicyild be iifc-poscd In the hill, i HAYTI LI-NSS UP U. S. AGAINST GERMANY WasiibGlon, J.unc Ameri- can, minfslcr at Port an .Prince'.has being the reached, nc- mU'lsed Sccretary.Lanslne K cording to Hie official'.wfalhef stale- mcnl. KamsBclf, reported nye degrees of frost and lome other, places one to three are rising today, Bud, la predicted for tomorrow. Ollaws, Thomas "While lias arranged Lo mako a Ttir- thor advance of f to the Im- licrlftl government to he (inert for the 'rmrchnSe of" ihunlllons' and' supplies I CViatla. The fidvnnce- will ho made Al the rale of a monlh dun Jng Juiio, July anil August, Tho Imperial. nnlhnrlllea regard the con- tinued TTOducllori of .munitions In On n ad a an, of (he highest Importance in conticcflori wllh the frreat offcriHlvo now. being carried on In Flanders and Ftafittj r'Gir- S certain type of shell. jhft nrilfsh mlUIiry cipally .depend upon Canada's Indus- trial esUbHRliracnls, whose output has In no em pill part lo IHa "Tcccnl success lal Ihe'fronL. These Munitions can bo pnrcriftscd In Can- only If' (Janada pMvldca the money of A iOfiii lo tapon itil lTp th> KTid tho tanks Tor Mia v The credits now established by tho goTernnifinL Insure -continued Hunllkrn'orders for monlKs to come. has-sevcrcd dlpldmallc Germany, tlic guarantees llaytl dcx- mandcd not linvlng been tulllllcd by Ifaytf protcslcd against submarine warfare and now stands alongside Ih'e United Stales. -r postmasters, have been re turned to the national cpni miasion with uil.quesLions lliereon a fully. The number, of cart will! partial answers arc an cards iyers returned within is .uiionsvered, In most CBEI of those who sent in the ards "unanswered secured. Th that It had eivcd-TcLurris S5 per cent- he total number or.males belween the RC'Of IS and 65: years Iu Canada. It msl be borne In however, says he of: (he cainmissfon, tliat lhcf pcrccnlajge who failed lo send n thc'carcjs Hie majority would like.y c s'irigle-raeh apparently fil for mill ary London, June Petragrad >1a the E tech an 38 -Telegram iiy that the of voldlerE'-and workmen'! delegates from "the whole of Ruiala ytstrri day voted In the provi- sional government and onanfmous- W Adopted a Imrnedlata reiufnption of offensive ,-and reorganlrjtlon of the army. A war! cabinet formed, Inciud- Ing leaders 'of the Ruwlafl army, navy arrd, technical fcpreienta- tivei Water Supply Conference on Important V "The ot providing, .iralcr Hires we applies lf> the furmers of Soulhcrn Alhcrta la one .of tht mOsl-imjoil- nnt antf t sure thai (c5' rnorrow's "j: great benefil In solving. aald n. Doirllng of Ihe Dominion Ocolog- Ical Survey to Iho Ilenld this norn- "I have teen working-on II ndw for (onplo of ycirVanil Jrolhera maintained that the adoption' of the referendum proposal would be iu an noun cement to the world that he Canadians are quitters. Mr. Lipolule opposed the bit! in several grounds. He declared that It- would Lu Impossible to enforce con- scriplion. In Quebec and that the basis- of selection as provided by the. bill would'be one of discrimination, f'rcil Pardee moved the adjournment ot tha Ry.- Commission Says li Be i Regina, June From statementB marte by 'Chairman, Sir -Henry of the cdnimfasiOTi .ihis''; morning, it is assumed tilt, the 'ct Time- Ilcporls receiv- ed frpin Lugano" say that cx- iing ConslaHlipe of Greece was coolly, rflCGived'thcrc. After diritior lie air concert, -where he was ricbgnlzed-and hissed by n croun ot strangers. On entering the :oucert (lie, former, king was Jostled. lie left n rear clooMo avoid the cnrlns' crowds. Reports' arc that-Con- sUnllne plans to rcmala at Lugano only thfeevbr. four. days. endment calling'for adoption would kill measure. There Is [hat the six nionlhs' hblst'.wlll carry. The'Liberal" mfembers' from Quebec elated tonight that probably vote ngalnst the Barfetlc am- endmciU, aS they hare 'declared'In.1 fa- vor of a referelrdiim.' ffi Jh'al will "only get tho group of Tormcr nationalist Dp-Trcltc, in. opening his that a. lavr should ue passed forbidding prime ministers o[ the country during (heir lerm'bf b-e- causb'wlicn a primG..miiifsler lalces'ft trip to England he returns a hardened I Atlanta; Gn.VJu'nc 21. of elected Interna- tional president of Iho InlDrna- Ubnal" association of notary- rlulis annual cOnTcnllon hero (oil ay. INVESTIGATE RUSSIA'3 via London, 'June'' American; railway commission which Is now In Pelrograd, to maVe n, wider Rna- railroad resources 'ttiari' waS'firBl con tern plated and a trip through the eould is cow teing1 corialdcrwj. The commission, .ia coiirldent'.lliaL ereat Improrcrncnls arc practicable, -even wHh'the deficiency In roll- ing stock. The Immediate 'problem Is the commission bc- iiovcs.lhal cren unileT ItrcsecL con' dllions traffic can more than (Iiree-fold: Attraction? Planned the Red Cross Carnival July 2 Spot- wheat track October whtJt Lecnf IrKk October oaii Oclo'bf r fin' 241 '213 273 WEATHER Hjlh tow' (CONTINUED ON i'AOK I Fair, rising tairipcnturc. I'rcji iarattOns s for llic Wg Ked Cross at llcnderion Park and fair are leklng shape, one. July (0 fao One of the bff avcnis of ycnf. .All Ihe spcclfll committees have boon airfick anii.aru npw'al TJiork ari'Sngjng for the.vflrloiii fetUufM of the, eniertalnmcnL which fa ex'pecled. lo draw Iho whole popula- iho cllr arid Ihe .country for around to tho park on Ih6 date %Otrcn fav'omblo weather, the.blgRCst (no year Is'ox wscleil lo-tisliahfe cfly. Thft phn9 Incluile garuca.of all booths of-'overy description, fliilo rnc- w; during .he with bo4t races And -r -Js :VK- N dancing at the lake the.-program (or Ihc V" Events wll .start about ono o'clock Various .athlellc eVents, .ten In nura btr, will occupy about (wo hoars. Th next-hour "Wll! tG 'iliti mobile races. Al four o'clock' a hs gamo between Lelhbrldge alid Bill ho staged in Ihs oral liisMi'lh race track. Arrangements; rnarle.for feeding the rhullltuiid grounds so that ihc remain for ihc evening'perfbrfnance'i Ihe lake. Tlic .city land willI JwJ" .to firnish music rlurlnglhe ould dot be necessary tn a'ubdiit vidence Ite.Dililns priviteieB; hich is uno of'lhe--wofat'fanlla that) t-i have fpun'd Icallon. The cbalrnan also anpoiucV. hai'lha conimlsalon conceded 1C uniyerEaJ fjolstt anada wa? not' potaible ai not be treated in 2h: ume'BLan-J er as the east He turUMr terc would be no with'I ommodity rates. German -Naval 'Expert