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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 28, 1916, Lethbridge, Alberta VOLUME IX. LKTHBRIDGE; ALBERTA WEDNESDAY, JUNE 28, lino NUMBEB 168 Wilson Expected to Act Thursday if-No Word is From ,Carranza irorsKS OF PARLIAMENT AS THEY APPEAR TODAY. Chicago, June 28. Orders issued "today by Major- Tlipnui-s. M. Burn-, in command ;of" the'-ceiilnil depart-] menl of the.L'nitcd Stales army, for the immediate movement to the border of all units of Illinois, Missouri. Kansas and Wisconsin national guard which are "rea- sonably ready." Will Act Thursday Washington, June Gen- eral Carra.nza surrenders the 23 Am- erican troopers held aU- Chihauhau City liefore tomorrow night President .Wilson prpbaMy will go before con- gress Thursday to ask for authority to rescue them by force. Pending their release the United States government will not consider any offer of media- tion or arbitration. No Word Yot 'Washington.. .June official intimation had. readied the state de- partment' early today .as to when or how Carfaiiza United States -note. Ari: overnight dis- .Rogers .at 'City' brought only the Jnfor- of in at ion that a'special car day for Vera CrtiV carrying 70 United States citizens including 21 from Guanjajuato.' The manage, containing hut two sentences, wasjhs first word the' de- partmentlias heard'from .Mr. Rogers since he reported the delivery of tho note. It said Jt was believed Mexi- can authorities were investigating the Carrizal affair hut gave no indication of what would ho the reply. to the .United demands Another Clash Mexico City, June has bean .a clash "between Mexicans and Americans in Northern Sonoru. .ac- cording lo a report received from Brigadier -Dalles, military governor oE Sonora. were given, j Villa to Aid-Carranza Paso, Texas, June Villa was today unofficially reported to have sent the Carranzista" Genera! Trevlno a note.offering to mtisfor his followers into the defacto govern; ment's "army- to fight the United States if .granted amnesty Front view.of the new Federal Parliament BiiildingB now.in course: ;of construction on Parliament Hill, Ottawa. CASEMENT'SWEARS IRISH REVOLT WAS NOT INSTIGATED BY GERMANS London, June 2 Sulli-i discussion, with the judge. The attor-jan Irish brigade was to be quartered n, chief counsel for Sir Roger Case- ney-goneral, Sir Frederick Smith, re- ment, resumed his argument in an at-jplied to. these'arguments, after which .tempt to show the indictment was j the court''over-ruled Mr. Sullivan's faulty when the court convened to- motion.. day. After he had concluded his ad-1 Announcement was made by Mr. dress the court over-ruled his motion Sullivan that the prisoner desired to to quash the indictment. ilr. Sullivan's argument that iicHuiiueiit should be quashed the was make a statement. This was post- poned until the afternoon session. Sir Rogers Statement in Germany until after the war. If Germany was -successful the brigade Big ,Guns are Hammering German Lines Along Entire Re- pulse Strong German Attacks British Headquarters in" France, via London, June British guns continued today the bombardment over a broad front which was begun Tuesday. The Associated Press corre- spomlenl. riding Tor 70 miles behind the lines, found the same regular pounding of positions1 on both days, whether in the Som- inc region or along the Vimy ridge. Going lo a point on a high ground which allowed a broad swcqrof vision in rolling country or forward to observation trendies, the correspondent found the horizon al- ways hounded by slicil bursts. There might be a lull at one point for u while, but soon the inferno in that direction was re- sumed. Under cover of the bombardment Ihe British made numer- ous trench raids last night, bringing in groups of prisoners. The British released gas at certain points but discontinued this when the weather was about to be unfavorable. GERMANS PREPARED .GERMANS REPULSED AT VERDUN Berlin, via London, June Paris, June troops last sifted artillery activity on the British front is 'believed here to herald the long expected great offensive. If .the British mean business at this time was to proceed to Ireland to strike a blow for iiome rule, Sulljvan Collapses j If GermarV lost, the brigade was they should lind the Germans in (o he sent the United States. To-jStatG of preparedness; the correspon- day's session of the trial was brought 'dent here is in position to know that ____ to a sudden and dramatic close. While I the German line in the far, west has j announced. There was spirited fight- suimiiing up for defense, .Mr. Sullivan I not been weakened as the result .of jing near Thiaumont works which the night delivered another attack'on the French positions near Floury on the sector of the Verdun front over wlr'Ui violent fighting has been in progress for several days. The assault was checked by French five, the war office the struggle in Volhyn'ja and .the heavy losses.suffered, by the Gpr-T a? SEIZES Ii Sajs They Would Fight m Defence of Canada If Attacked ______ yesterday- after, remaining in [bridge to visit the Harvey sheep.sheai Coaticook. Que.. June inS camP- Laverprie, Nationalist ex-M.L.A., was the "chief Speaker at the St. Jean Bap mane and the Daily News dlspatch-froni. Rotter- dam, "is made in the Cologne Ga- zette, which ts apparently uneasy over the preseht events. The'German paper'is then quot- ed as follows: "It is remarkable that up to now in all .fighting on the new front in .Volhynia, not only have the Russian infantry at- tadke, but also their, rf.athoeis. of using artillery undergone a great change. In both arms the erioe of instructors ii decidedly to be noted The long prepared at tack of the tne southi west front, now raging and winch signifies, for defending arrnieis, very heavy losses, Is the greatest military exertion "yRus'sia has ever made.' Chambers Takes Over Pa- per Which Published Anti- Recruiting Article VSir-Rbger was offered to' me in Germany more than once arid offered liberally and uncondition- ally, but. I rejected every suggestion ot" the -kind and I left Germany a poor- Cr'maii than when I entered it. Money I could always obtain from my own countrymen and I am not ashamed here to acknowledge the debt of grat- itude.- I owe to many an Irish friend and sympathizer who did freely and gladly help me when I was on the continent. 'I trust I have made that statement clear and. emphatic enough for all men, even .my bitterest enemies, to that man who in the newspapers is just, another Irish trait- or, may be a gentleman, The ittornej general of England, thought it consistent with the tradi- tions of which he is the public repre- sentative toynafce a thinly veiled al- lusion iu his opening address to the [ghtsi using m Irelaid ot vUnc i he brought forward no evidence m this case from train from Ottawa and was Saiilt Sic .Marie. ,lmie Col. Chambers, chief press censor J for Canada, arrived on last first to-last, and which therefore you the station by Lieut-Col. Jones, j gentlemen as lavmen would manding the 227th Overseas battal- supposed that he would scrupiil- ion and Chief Vincent of the city pel-1 ouEly refrain from mentioning, t 'Sinceithe rising has been mention- ice. A nuarter of an hour later, hmvever: j milst-say categorically I giir.rd from the 227th battalion marcii- tnat the rebellion was not made in ed to the office of the Sault E'xpreas Germany; 'that it was not directed and toqk nosseiiion of it bj direction fiom Germans- that it was not in- jthe previous offensive, but there ib a interest to see Kitchener's new army in action. The general opinion is that the supreme test oC strength between the British and. German.ai mies during the coming summer will mark the 'climax of the war. In expectation of the peihaps do cislve military events on all fronts, I peace talk has been so dead las it is today. Claim French RepUlse Berlin, via London, June tacks in small forces made at various points on thp Ft anco British front in the last 2-i hours were repulsed by, the Germans, the war office announced .to- day.' In the Verdun sector'the French made a determined assault but their attacks broke down under. the Ger- man fire. Keep One Op Here Will Close he Hudson's Bay-.company ontest "the'right-of the prc rnment .to prohibit their Claiesholm June spite of wet weather a large number attended the mixed farming special here last, evening. Particular-interest-centered In the exhibits owing to being put forward bj the officials to boost tfie agricultural high schools. Officials of the train state that Gran- um farmers also turned out well on Monday afternoon. W. -F. Stevens, provincial livestock of the press censor under the itv of an ordc'r-iri-cpuncH of June .10 last. Sentries are on duty at the dors of the publication and the 'ed- ition will be kept under suspension for tlirt'o months. This drastic action of the censor- ship authorities is duo to the publica- tion or an inti recruiting article print m the LMirefab on T me 2Srd whiah spired from Geimmj one penn> of German gold went to ance or assist jt. Gentlemen, I touched on these personal', matters .'because, intended as "they "were, to reflect on my honor. they calculi ted to tarnish the cause T hold so dear. As Sir Rbger made the declaration tha't he never-had'accepted German and he liqu >r under the new prohibitiim act which comes into effect Saturday The company will I follow out steps taken by the company's store! in Winnipeg, when prohibition went effect there, and will keep their liquor stores in the prov- ince oneh; and invite prosecution from the _ The sVore to be kept open, however, ill not W the Let lib ridge store. Man- ind that not (agC1 srnuh has recehed Jip instruc- tions to open: and out Saturday morning .the Honor store ot the com- pany here Vill be, accord- ance with tins'-new act is likely that the Edmonton sjpre will be kept open to make tmT'test case. The company of fight- ing the. case through the courts and will demand either.a license or com- pensation f The local'hptellteepers have not yet as the jur- decided, upon theil course after June commissioner and Jas Mcuug edit i accorli ng lo th" chief piess censoi ors to believe Ins slatement. 1m- 1 iijtli it is lihelj thet keep statements calculated to ediatelj after the pnspner had cause dissatisfaction and hinder i successful prosecution of the war the chief speaker at the St. Jean Bap- T raBr-SLr! Sheepmen of Distiicl Will Get Over for Wool Clip was madp iaw In Canada but he bt, -French Canadians as a-1 whole uonlrf not do so He would he sold go to tho front himself.' He believed in obedience law." Mr. Lav- ergne defined his1 position as that of JL loyal subject, Ijrst of all, of Great Britain. He woiiid frankly admit that French Canadians of the province of Quebec, included, were to the present and to sending men to fight in It. French. .Canadians, he said, had no special, lore for France; They were under, ho obligation' to fight for her as ihoj were under no obligation to fight for England.. If they wore goln-, to light .for they should have something' to gay i in her government. Tf Canada were. they would all fight were Canadians and would'.flsht for. Canada. He did not consider tint n menace to Canada isted. Tf it. did, then Canadians were not doing enough they were not Inj, enough men .tlietf turned bi- lingual question reasserting his ai foady knoVn vleus Over will bo rdistrib'.jted .mark and new bands are feeding ,up imong tne 01 thp to the cornls each dax There wjll h no doibt be 20000 sheared at the disliict for this leara clip accoidmgjHanpx pHnt tWs to the closest estimates that can ntj work commends Itself to .all present be made by experts ThJi who nio taking estimating .tha.t the clip will be anjof ft. it takes the fleece off without Alexander Sullivan, two-per-cent) and, counsel for. the defendant rose and began his- address. In summing tip he said, the'charge against bir Roger 'Casement was that he had aided Ger- manj diirug the wir He declared that. Sir Roger was recruiting men foi senlce in Ueland after the Euro-] pean war had begun and that there was no idea of giving aid to Germany. Sir Roger tie said, never bad asked Irfshmeti-to light for. Germany and not one atom of aid.had been render- ed to Germany open bars on Saturday, July 1st to sell invite prosecu- tion In order to make, a test case. Geneva, via London, Italian authorities are using steel nets to trap enemy submarines with great success, advices from Hume Only recent !y an Austrian submarine was caught in a net at Taianto and the crew captured. Berlin, June The. trial of Dr. Karl Lienkncclit. Socialist leader, he gins today before a court martial which will decide whether he was guilty of attempted treason in time of war in. participating in the Maj Day peace demonstration in Berlin even million pounds'or a little better and that the producers win event- wuiy "2 iur. c" are iead> to recehe bids believe this to be estimate, Jas. McCaig. who oditr, the agficul r.o rouRh any second cuts and gets down skin, making at least.a hnlf or u "t1 '01 ger --taple than trto flneiei from same sheep last a very reasonable i under hand shearing. The sheep are turned out. in clean, neitt shape. There "hont the head or tural piiblic iTions of tho provincial ilofs and tho fleece comes out government, and who Is a sheepman has just retuvned' from the Harvey machine on Chin Coulee and has ihia to say., of -the' progreas In innchine HliLiung 'Shearing is still active at thft liar fully following .machine clipping. 'Mr. Harvey is already considering- the doubling of hia shears for liext his shed has been built with this In view Air. and Live Slock Com- vey machine piant.'The.numher shorn' missioncr. Stevens vifUors lias already passed the 12000 pound [to the plant Sullivan asserted the plan was that PEOPLE IN Legislation Cannot Eradicate Weeds; Must Educate Farmers f-------------------------------------- Glarosholm JUne 27 legisla- weed evil. The faimei himself must GREAI FALLS Suffers Paralytic Stroke Leading Here for Four Years tion Alberta's annual vyeed prop which mulcts oui farmers to the tune of rtiilllphs of Collars every Rura- WINNIPEG NOWimer? lune U7f-Tlie rsscss- Tnat is the question provincial inent commissloneis announce that and municipal inspectors are population dropped J list voar It is 202 000. asking at the second annual conven- Son of weed Inspector, which con- and Hnw to (r Tito the weed here this afternoon with L. L. inspectors wiU go out from this con- July wheat October wheat July data July flax Hartman presiding And it look if the -the in touch 'with the problem than aivjbody oise in the were 45 (iipglnnlng to realize that legislation 158 High Low Precipitation Font rains. WH1 never do the This opinion is given support h> the new slogan of the convention Bveiy farmer his own weed .The whole tone of tlit opening particulars of his death have been obtained as the Great falls papers haie not come'tluough Dr Gallhan who was in Great at the time, states that the acpount Of the bandmastei s death he to the effect that Mr Cline was leadirg the Great Falls band Satur- day night on the occasion of the de- paiture of soldiers from there for ac- tive ice He was seized aud clenlj T.ith a parabtic stroke and fell on thp sidewalk He was removed to ins home thit never regained con- isuess and died Sunday A son, bv his former wife, who died some time ago wlio is an at the government printing office, Ot- tawa, and Mrs. Cline survive him. Cline was born- in Ontario, and a Fenian laid veteran, hav- ing sened as a bugle bo> in I the regiments when onlj 17 years ace He was connected with the To- ronto baud and was bandmaster of main eastern bands before coming: west Mr CHne'was brought to four jeais ago bv the city, to reoi ganize'the Lethbridge band, and wag successful in nlacing it among the must be educated in the noxioun weed'fust Of Alberta bands He _.. __., Lethbndge (nrG5 and when his t >6ntract with tlio cannonading heaid off Farlskrona1- on Monday evening. KailstfronM is .he south eiistcrn-mostjpdlnt of Sweden There are ;