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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 27, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta Till jrXli W8 NTMBKTl 167 ASSASSINATION CZAR CONFIRMED Cerman Foreign Secretarys Speech Evidently Does Not Satisfy All SOME PAPERS SAY IT IS REAL BASIS FOR A PEACE NOW June removal from office of Richard Von the German foreign oan be i judging from comment In conser villve and panGerman newspap ers on the reichttag the Berlin correspondent of the Frankfurter Zeitung sccord Ing to a Csntrsl NEWS dispatch from Bails for Jtmo Inininium program for peace nions wan formnlatwl by Foreign Sec rotary Von Kuehlmann in his speech to the says thu Koelnische Yolks The foreign H demanded nothing that goes Wyond Germanys vital necessities or fhat virtually threatens other coun The Germanla of Berlin considers that the speech opens wide Hold for peace discussions and nays It keen ly awaits the reply of the Entente al lied Many sentences in tho Says might be termed longer or shorter steps forward on the toau to conciliation and they came Very near the aims get up and regard ed as fair by the Social The paper contends that recogni tion of the preient territory of Ger many and her allies is a selfevident condition of while freedom of the seas and of trade ara also of the highest Germanys col onies must be The Zeitung a ays the the speech confirms the idea tha for the foreign secretary an understand ing with Grsat Britain Is necessary Und worth striving Stoneo For Bread of the most urltlrtzed In the roicbstag speech of Foreign Secretary Von Kuehlmaniii his reference to negotiations and not military decls regwflihg the according to dispatches roaahing the National Lib eral Oouut Von and othersprotest warmly against that Struzmann said the had a moat dopreiKing It offered the German he stones for The deputy declared that no but hammer brought peace iti the past and nalcl that reason the refused to believe in Gorman victories ia because Gorman states men are almost afraiit to mention In reply the foreign secretary ex plained that what ho was that military success must bo followed by Chancellor Von Hert ling also emphaaiied the same declaring that Von Kviehlmauns itatement must not be regarded as weakening the German determination or The Nonl Deutsche Allgemeiu Zel MiiiK expects the speech will again turn discussion abroad lo Uio quest ions dealt especially an to re sponsibility for continuance of the Yesterday was a com ments the Lokal The Kreuse Zeitung thinks it might have been hotter If Secretary Von Kuehlmann had bueu silent regarding relations with hostile countries and thn possibility of EXCZAR Who is Now Believed to Have Been T DUTY IN IRELAND Will Enforce Conscription Necessary in Spite of if June Special Cable to Toronto Mail and Empire The gov ernments intentions regarding con scription In Ireland were by Lord the lord at a luncheon given in his honor by the lord mayor of Belfast He said I must state plainly and emphatic ally that the government of Ireland will out its duty in this respect without fear or favor face of whatever of criticism actual tnay unfortunately or inad visedly be I do wish to sail false colors or create false may take it direct from me myproclam ation was no thought of abandoning the possibility of con nor was any such idea in tended to be Fifty thous and men and a moderate monthly quota easily could be obtained and would be obtained if the recruiting campaign was not wreck ed by hostile action or sullen If compulsion had been resorted the number of be regu lated by population was the rule in other parts of the BULLETINS ACCEPTS June Clem enaeau hat accepted the Invita tion of the American chamber of commerce to attend its luncheon on the Fourth of He has promised to make a brief OIL CLOTH RESTRICTED June cloth and linoleum were placed on the list of restricted imports today by the war trade Outstand ing licenses have been revoked as to shipments from abroad after July 3 and n6 new applications are being WONT ALTER IT June Reuters Ot tawa to Com mandcr Bellairs in the house of Bonar Law stated that the government was of the opinion that there was no reason to alter the title of colonial sec NO June Agen few bombs were dropped but no casualties were caused by the German airplanes which raid ed Paris last according to 1he Petit Parisiens report of the German attempt at an air bom CASUALTIES June Am erican army casualty list today contained eighty divided as follows Killed in 29 died of 6 died of acci dent and other 4 died of airplane 2 died of dia 2 35 misting in PEOPLE TO T OUTPOSIS June Austrian advance pest In the mountain re gion was surprised by Italian trsepi yesterday and wiped the war office announced Along the front as a whole the activity yesterday was no where of marked VIENNA June troopa yesterday made an attempt to storm Jol Del Rosso between the Drsuta and which thu Austrians captured Stl thuli recent according lo todays war office The en tiny was repulsed heavy Von Kuehlmtinns Speech Enun ciation of Policy of Might is Right l June Haulers Ot tawa former secretary for speaking at a meeting of Hie Victoria League at the said the Imperial war cabinet was the creation ofthe arising out of its He was confident It would never be allowed to j To sit on such a a lib1 oral If anything were needj ed to stir the people to sterner resolve would be found In the speech of Von A German peace resolu tion was one but a German peace quite Might made right and vhere there was no might there was he We would remain at war until that doctrine haa bssn beat sn to the June import ant decision regarding the grant ing of divorce in Alberta was handed down this morning from the appellate division of the sup reme court of four judg es being of the opinion that the courts here have the power to grant with Chief Justice Harvey The judges who concurred in this ruling were Justices Hynd man and The judgment was in the case of Board in which the petitioner seeks dissolution of marriage between himself and his the on the ground of The matter came be fore Justice Walsh by way of motion by the respondent quash petition on the ground bf want of jurisdiction in the court to entertain Instead of hearing the application the Judge referred it to the appeal It being the first time upon which the right to grant divorces has been DID WELL PETROGRAD June to a Petrograd message transmitted by the Exchange Telegraph cor respondent the food situation In Petrograd is Riots are taking place It Is and are being suppressed by the BolKheviki with aid ma chine 4 v A NEW QUEBEC EXEMPTED ASSOCIATION branch of the Honorary Exempted which of uieti who have beanhonor 4 ubly exempted from service overseas previous to the coni Ing in force of the Military Survice Act will be organized in Montreal and Tor where the Idoa This Hocieti would Innludu all those although iiot called for willingly signed for 4 V v ty 3f 4 With the American Army on the June number of prisoners captured by tha Americana In their drive Into German positions in the Bulleau Wood sector day night was increased today to fhe Americans also captur ed 11 big machine ten automatic a quantity of small arms and ammunition other WOMEN DOCTORS IN GREAT DEMAND June doc tors are In great demand In Eng Municipal authorities in all parts of the country are advertis ing for women doctors to take over tha work of men called for military Manchester wants a woman health officer at a while Denbigh and Derby are seeking women doctors for muni tion welfare work at a similar The government Is trying to get women doctors for pqitl in Natal and Egypt at a Austrian Nation of Too Many Races and Factions for FACTIONS COULD NOT GET TOGETHER FOR SUCCESSFUL REVOLT June is in ser ious but there is great danger in hoping too much from says a French official com menting on the situation in the dual Little hope Is seen in the possibility of ft fcucccssful Austria cannot negotiate a separate peace and It wouldbe a bad policy to extenda hand to her It Is admitted responsible cir the statement that the newa from reveals a very serious and troUblied situation In that but would be great dan ger for the allies to exaggerate the importance of possible Austria has nlflos who could easily provide the necessary to re establish order itrevolts The AostristjBjare submissive and have not the energy to start a strong revolutionary r the two troublemaking elements in the country could1 nol combine In Vienna theLabor party IB while in Budapest ft irf Their claims sire quite different from the iSaUwwllst clairae of toe Czecho slovaks and atitl nounion between army itsdlf Is neveririfluenced by labor troubles end It ia always pos sible to oppose the latter by mere mili tary Austria is in no way ready to ne gotiate but as an ally of Germany ahe ia only dead if would be bad policy to extend a hand to her now for our attitude be used agalntt the nations which stand against It is our interest to support these nations in their Confirm Killing of ExCzar June dispatch from Kiev under date of June declares that the report of the assassin of former Emperor Nicholas of Russia has been confirm U is declared he killed by Bolsheviki troops during their retreat on SEtNOFF MOVES RESTAURANTS MUST GET THEIR LICENSES June Canada Food Board announced today that a considerable number of public eating places and hoarding housss which are required to secure lic enses by July have not yet sfnt In their These sss becoms operative on July and on and after that date it will be Illegal for any psrson to oper ate without a license a public fat ing place or boarding June General the antlBolsheviki leader In Eastern again is advancing to Siberia frrtn tbe Manonurisn according to a Pekln dispatch to the Times dsted June The Bolsheviki forces opposing Gsnsral Semen It is have been order to return Immediately to Ur kutsk to defend the Soviet causs in Western which is re ported threatened by a counter The Kiev message was received at Switzerland and forwarded hero by tb 1 lavas correspondent in that Son is Dead June rre cur rent in PetrograU that Alexis Roman son of fonner Emperor died a few days says an Ex change Telegraph dispatch from Cop enhagen Received in June report of the killing of Nicholas Isite czar of was received at the state department from It was transmitted as a Swedish press report which according to the needed Was Shot June Press The Ukraine bureau at Lausanne announced today it had received con firmation of the report that Ihc Hoi Hhevlkl authorities Yekaterinburg condemned Nicholas for mer Russian to death iiftni u short trial anil then shot De tails of the reported execution arc Persistent Reports June tluii former Kmperor Nicholas has bcon murdered in Yekaterinburg arc in creasingly persistent in ic cording lo H dispatch from hat fity date not given was received here today by way of The Moscow tho dis patch indicates that the recent whereabouts ot the exemperor have not been definitely This statement seems as conflict with German re ports of the former rulers removal to ff PARCELS TO PRISONERS IN Parcels f of food prisoners of British and in Hoi f cannot be sent at pro sent though negotlatione are tinder way to remove the ob according to a letter received yesterday by Alder man president of the Prisoners of War from deputy minister of trade and iiAGEiOSSIN Figures Show Allied Losses To Bet Unduly Heavy in Past Month early today fiom approximately one third of the vote in the statewide pri merles yesterday give John en dorsed by the Independent Voters as a lend of 2700 over nonpartisan league candi date for tiie Republican Returns from the rural low are strongly in favor of Gover nor Frazier anil his supporters claim he will have a substantial majority when the full vote has bean June Reuters Of tawa publication last Thursday oftheadmiralty report an nouncing the merchant tonnage losses for the month due to enemy actions ehow that the marine risk totalled British tonsallied and neu tral tons as compared with adjusted aggregate for April of 456 tons ana tons iu May of last The losses from marine risk is stated to have been unduly heavy last The shipping ministry an nouhces that steamships of and ex ceeding 500 gross tons entering and clearing in United Kingdom ex clusive of coasting and channel traf totalled tons last KERENSKY HOPES TD GO TO THE That Is His Made a Huge SCANDINAVIAN CONFERENCE 4 June sixth Scandinavian minister lal conference since the be ginning of the Is being held at the Amalienborg Palace and will continue over In 4 attendance are the foreign ministers and other of flctals of Norway and The ministers are consider lug economic and commercial questions with special refer to the present difficult 4 situation in where there is a shortage In u large number of necegwuy articles of V June orders are issued concdrnlug Canadian of ficers Captain pay is gazetted aid on personal replac ing thu Prince of pay is gazetted Major is made officer grade Major Army and Captain British are gazetted deputy assist ant quarter master IX Is at tached to headquarters as brigade Major is gazetted staff WESTERN PREMIERS VISIT EDINBURGH June By Renters Lim Canadian provincial Manitoba anu Sas are visiting At an given by the Norris said that Can ada had hundred thousand men to the and there were ano j ther hundred thousand in He I anticipated that bushels j of wheat bp produced this I Premier JVJartiji said one thing which was binding the Empire wag a link of which link was the June Ker the shortlived dictator of Rus sia whose sudden appearance before the British labor conference yoster day startled only the laboring the British public looks toward America as the goal his He hopes to be received there as the spokesman of his country men and plead the cause of the new born Russian Today has to address the Jabor few days he will go to Frtmceand thence to the United His friends say the former premier does not like the word Intervention In re lation to allied aid to but pre fers the phrase help and reconstruc How Kerensky escaped from Russia and howhis shielded him from the Bolshevlkt cannot be told until the time That probably will be when they will not be endang ered by the At present is avoiding all uninvited Noconjuror pulling a white rabbit from a silk hat startled an audience of wildeyed children more thorough ly than Arthur Henderson surprised the Labor conference yesterday in in troducing Amazement per vaded the meeting to be follow ed by as a dark haired and smooth for eign looking man stood up beside BRITISH MAKE AN ATTACK ON GERMANS GET PRISONERS June troops Inst night took a strong point west ofVieux Ber east of and captured prisoners and machine says the official statement from Field Marshal Halg The German artillery has been active in the Lys t The statement reads By a successful minor operation dur ing the night we gained posses sion of a hostile strong point west of Vieux Berquiman and captured a number of prisoners and some machine The hostile artillery has beer active at different points betwaert GiVenchy and Robecq apd with gas shells against the northeact earn portion of the forest of ON FRENCH June artil lery duels south of the Aisne are reported in the official state ment from the war office In the Vosges the French took prisoners in The statement reads The tivlty of the artillery was rather lively south of the Aisne In the region of north of VII In the Vosges took prisoners in three German With the British Army in Associated German infantry in Flanders has been complaining of the ball shooting by German Cap tured orders show rmtny com plaints of this kind and It la indicated that German troops have been suffer ing badly from the British order showing that the spirit of the enemy troops had deteriorated in con A captured order signed by a col onel of a German regiment shows the anxiety of the German command to ascertain the exact strength of the allies opposite The order com plains of the failure to prison ers and recommends a renewed at tempt by qn ambush patrol because information of the dispositions of the British behind the front is Tho patrol went out as The In charge was captured by the British and the men with him back to their own TROOPS IN L June German war prisoners are in coipplete control of oii the transSiber ian according to reports re ceived here fro that The pris oners are commanded by AustroGer man Berlin advices through Copenhagen to London Tuesday re ported that Irkutsk had been captured by CzechoSlovak troops under al the former Russian com mander in The having served in the Austrian army formerly were prisoners in This may account for the conflict In reports on the situation at HAS AIRSHIP FOR CROSSING ATLANTIC New June the Italian airplane In already has a machine capable of flying across the At lantic and is ready to send It to this or to build one according to his ths execu tive committee of the Aero Club of America was advised last night by of the Royal Italian Flying Hun dreds of he wouli willingly undertake the In itial BIG LINER June Holland South American liner with a I large number of passengers for the I Dutch Hast Indies on Wiled last nlglit from Ymuldei for New On Raid at Jesuit College at Wont Retract June the Pope rules that the of the Jesuit order is at stake as a result ot the recent raid on the Novitiate at a of remonstrance may be sent by hUu to Great The matter has now assumed an international aspect owing to the fact that a full report has been sent by Father eriorgeneral of the order in to Father Chowakl at general of the Jesuits throughout who in turn will take the matter up with the head of the Roman Catholic i No Juno the Guelph Ministerial Association has not the slightest retraafe lug any of the a state ment made slncp I ho SjflvitiiUo tlon was madeclear atthoyi special meeting holil at the A i11 yesterday pastor of tht Street Baptist chuiCJli whicti was the authorised of the stated thai mill istera of Guelph hail uft quarrel with the Novitiate but they demand ed to know tho whole with re apect to tho question as to whether defaulterswere being hartijrod at TIEB June the ro suit of the strike Which is in have been called the local of the Sailors rji the threat Lakes and a sympathetic two stoaniers of 4he Detroit and Cleveland Navigation Company are being heltk herefc The uiftntter ftf muu involved Una UWt KlYSifc 9ttb 2J ;