Internet Payments

Secure & Reliable

Your data is encrypted and secure with us.
Godaddyseal image
VeraSafe Security Seal

Lethbridge Herald Newspaper Archives

- Page 17

Join us for 7 days to view your results

Enter your details to get started

or Login

What will you discover?

  • 108,666,265 Obituaries
  • 86,129,063 Archives
  • Birth & Marriages
  • Arrests & legal notices
  • And so much more
Issue Date:
Pages Available: 32
Previous Edition:
Next Edition:

Search All United States newspapers

Research your ancestors and family tree, historical events, famous people and so much more!

Browse U.S. Newspaper Archives


Select the state you are looking for from the map or the list below

OCR Text

Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 5, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta VOLUME MAY 1917 men British Make Further Heap of German Dead In Wakeof MiEXCH THK VILLAGE CRAONNE Threatening the Jews Mny Tlic Jews in threatened will grains received Unlay by Adotyh of iulcrjiiilioua May have Qnlcr of IJXm AKOUM USXS WilKKti TlIIMJKlTISir DROVE THE GERMANS made further progress north rinrourt wood and near ac cording to the official statement toaucl by tno war office this By Philip War Correspondents JlAy via 3Iny hlnce the great Briiisli drive on April 0 when Vlmy nidge am the Eretch of ground east of Arras was captured at a cheap price a life as allies arc now reckoned In modern I The enemy has founiu against attackers desperately and fer ociously and has flung great against them to hold them away from his lllndenhurg main line running down from Droncmirt to Lat terly His Eirenjjlli lias beon Increased Ity tho roti arrival of new troojis and Ho is hurrying up divisions from rcrervpa In the rear lo take Iho places of exhausted ami batter ed ly British Infantry and trains have Weii IritveltnK across Germany with troops wlilrh have teen on the eastern His specially trained stunntrijpjieir or assaulting troops have beon hurled against tlie British Conference to Be Held Monday Afternoon To Discuss Im portant Questions TJiere Is a very feright outlook for a large attendance holh from the city atid from ou Hying points at the jire liminary convention the National Government Refuses to Rescind Its Note To Allies Slaliiitf Russia AVill Stay In the War To the Say They Will Resign II Acces Council ItacksTltcui AUSTHTAXS LURED RUSSIANS INTO ARMISTICE WITH THEIR PROMISES via May Tlie council of workmens and sol diers delegates has passed a of in the government by a majority of The number of delrgMs voting was Government via May Thu provisional government through Ilemicr Luoff Inia declined to modify the note sctn to llio The gov ernment declares the ministers lines ami although Uioir losses and War Problems movement This map showing the elahornlfi system of German trench defences around Lens was traced from n British The harriers through which the have cut ihejr way are here shoiva ivith prapltic each line Premier It IB TO semi another Thetem Austrian May MorningVest publishes lie following communica tion from its Iluugarinn correspon dent The Jtnnnns are actively nuraLiing a campaign by which they arc indeavoring to itersuadc the Jlus slau SociuliEts and those in power un der lic new regime hr Kussia that UierD Is no between Hus siaii and German war Strenuous endeavors ore being madu in iLis the Hussian soldiery in favor or This became appaf etu very tiitcrthe oluUqn took but tvlUcnce ot fd to areal massacre opposite Gram1 which has been launched in reiiresimUng a field work that had to he Thu Germans arc falling teicfc to tlie thinner line of trenches jimnmgovenmieiit will comply with I it lias now been found in the pages aplic and ward mas t0 held in the of Tradoj shown at the rir iicri is used not a figure of speech j rooms on Monday afternoon at Ijvo Hue is bnl an utter Other waves nf men oclock to select delegates to be held in the Hoard of Tradoj shown at the right of the far as is Is their last system of permanent defence until tho Douai Ills duty and leave Us post rather of the Dcutsch Karpatsen ZcUDiigran ep woulj officially Oernian fnimary organ followed these wlio fell sent forward the provincial convention to teheid to the Iaiighter with oriental ness ot huiiiiin With greatInereaso In German grni on Jlay Slucli intefest Is taken in the The nbor j men of the city held largelyalt endi than take such a st mcmicc tlie country with very by the Austrian General Veou ious Tbc eoyfirninent I and published tor the benclil tars masses ol raen ordered to liold or power from the monstrous caliicd meeting last niglit nt Uipyl bre to the flMd mor questions wlilcii raachftn sunnortius to have threshed out coiiTen At Mondays convention wijl he a general discussion of the loiis problenis so liiat larger vcnlions will ho in a position to talk as reprcscntaUvRsor the Lethbrldgc President Jlarnoch of the Board of capture the at nny cost or It will he rcallzej that Hie British hard It Is a deadly struggle on both sides ami heenemy seems lo tie fighting for its Itfo Inspired bylhp hnowteitee that at iasMie raiisi win or Hla men arc dying iii heaps hut Ihercaro THEiErea behind behind them other So Ihc Eniesomc business Knes on and Iiumftn conruiitlon Is Iseap ct high under this blue skjof French RopulsR Attacka May Heavy counter attacks launched by he Germans with frch divisions last night on positions captured by tno trench yesterday along the front from Craonno to Mount Carnlllet were repulsed in all the war office announced tn ndrtKinn tlin French made urofiross cast ot More lliati prisoners have been taken by tlie French Taks Craonne troops In a new offehsfvo Alsue have captilrcd the Tillage of Craonne and the ffrst German Kne on a front nf two and onehalt miles northwest of Crnonne J3 eaalern end ot the Vnuclere the scen0 of iniicli desperate1 flghling and Jta possession by the Germans placed a aallent in the French lino pfiralleltng the CliemhuicsDaines and thp Alanc The French only slrailEnt oncd out their line and gained a Blrtit nglc poaillon for further advance on the Vauclerc but nlso took nfl Advancing north weal of Rhelms on a Trent of two and a half hc carried the first arid look COO Trede is keenly1 in tflal Southern Alberta is well repre sented in this which has grown Into something first and he desires a large attendance ot the Monday Lon restriction of Ihe er of the of Germany has been decided upon by Ine constituttoii committee of tho Reichstag according to diapstthss from The commutes has decided to alter Article of the imperial constitution as follows Ordinance and decrees of the be Issued in ofthe Empire and require for stability the counter aigna of bs as5imts to the Tne declaration of the cort mittcc was in accordance with the joint proposal by ths nalional cenierTsts and progress Four Conservative mem bers votedagainst the The cominiUec also adapted the resofuijon fay the same propos ers demanding a btlf fixing the chanceJJors responsibility for any violation of hTa official duty and verificsticn cf such situation by the senate understands fully the responsibility lit has assumed in behalf of the coun in view of that responsibility it is ready to resign if it becomes neces r Foreign Secrctary the note expresses Uievtewvbf tlie It bus ojher The recent the woFKcd with the council of Tb6 events of yesterday will make the allies very sad while pleasing our May Balfour in Ms speech before the house declared the Menace of milliansm we free peo of the western civiliratlcn srft banded together to ffflht this men In this cauie we will surely MASS IEI ISSSELEC1 00 Now May mornings list of 132 casualties brings the total since Easter Monday lo Also Want Increased National Woman nnd Oiher Things Wasnfngtonf May occupied a In Iho cwctiUvcgal of tho house today kiltie Urlllili Foreign MlnlstervBaltqur arid rnim hers ot the Uritlah iritssloriswcrd re solved on the H was the first lime as far as the capital historians could find that any president of the United Slates had appeared in the Operations Noiv Proceeding Rapidly and Outlook is 1 Brighter Southern Alberta farmers arc cx jierlcnclagloday yic flrdt really warm clay of the iseertlng Tho wea which yesltnlay waa rnw and has turned decidedly and tho oullook Is much Seeding has been proceeding rapidly nil how and 1L Is ostl mntcd today that between CO and 70 AND MORE NEEDED c iif llio t crop la Many fanncn in illffcrent dlslricts iiatc completed their wheat necdlnc In some and rtacher Creek lllllc more than a sinrt hns bctn Spcaklns tn the Herald Fulrficild of the Dominion Ex perimental Form said lie had been making further Investigations as lo Iho lalest dfitc for whctil ninl fLmh thai May I2lh needing glvfa the farmer an even chance to harvest lila crofi before will glvo another whole week for wheat fteed nnd by thai tlnm tlicre will lie but a very sinall jicrccnlogc left to Great Britain to Be LoanedAnother Substantial Sum by United Mny loan to Urcat Britain wilhhi Iho nest week was forecast by officials hero The first credit Ing spent at tho rats ot n day on pnrchfiBes in tho United ami It is desired to complete the sec ond loan before the British commis sion leaves Washington and before tho first loan Is entirely used II prob ably will be InrKcr hflti flfslj llrsdnatcd of iiHoivanco o all sokUors 0 Ouc of tho most imporlanl labor meetings held in the city lor a lous llaic took place last evening when delegates from the brewery electrical workers ami typos representing nearly I union to discuss llic Win j the War movement and Uie send fug I of delegates o the Calgary Tlie problems connected wJlh the movement were fully discussed until a lato hour nntf the following siiggestions wuiu fliaile and will 1 jtj presented to HID conference here on Monday and also Lo tlie convention at Conscription of wealth and selec tive conscription ol Dominion wide woman Income laxOK salaries over a Oradunted Inheritance Gradoated tax on National taxation of wild Freo Importation of InOil and Industrial macUitiery from allied Pdlilfc ownership and control of all tiling power eleva i Abolition of cliilcl latior undflr Hi Xalional eight liour law and equal wages for loth Free for returned Kfjiial pensions soldiers nnd SOIfiPPOSIIl Strongest in he Pass Arc Voting Today on New Schedule May Wins ton former first lord of the joiniiig In the news paper controversy n regard to the responsibility for the present na val denies the chsrye that he did not fwor a naval of fensive fie cites Instarices to the contrary and says the re sponsibility for the psralyzetion of the naval offensive ties in no small degree with those senseless to the out cries at the loss of a flswy ships checked the naval enterprise and rendered the admiralty The re sult was that for almost two years not p single aggressive act apart from the battle of Jutland has been Miners of District ISare busy voting on the proposed new agree if will govern Jin this field until In jdlcatiojts all over the district are that w the vote wil be very as fl por of the men Jiavc been idle for several weeks nwalliiig tlie In lie Lcthbridgp unit of the tliero is a certain amount ot optimism t the men will nccept the new scale In regard to the susges lion of a new note Milukoff a should attemnl it we would only 1 The minister made allusion to a letegruiu received from the It is significant that he ambassadors or Fraucc and Italyhave called upon the Milukoff concluded his slatamcntby respecting our military needs ahd means of continuing the we arc dependent to a great extent upon the especially upcri it will ever a listing blot history if there should be thepbssl bllily or concluding a separate president the repeated the previous declarations ISiat the inipcrmlislic attitude of the government was unacceptable lie siid Neither work men are for Tcheldsc calieil attention to the fact WAS no interior discord and thai the only trouble was in resycct to Russias foreign Atcept Governments counoil of ofthe Uerman uuii Austrian on the southeastern This Jour nal as fiuotetl by the Pest Naplo in ad ing article entitled tells persuasion was in gress on Kaslcr The who Is credited the authorship oi has been ppflVct iulet eastern front fof some time The peace idea llnssijin goverument hasbeen in tlie Russjan RUBSRJH have even increased the desire for Obr soldiers have shown great rey for the feeling of the Hnssian soldiers and therefore on their Kaster Sunday we ceased firing all aons the line troni Riga lo the lllack Soa aiul all ulcng ilie Russian officers and soldiers crept out of their trendies am had con versations with our soldiers and of Russian soldiers were especially bitter when loiil hy our men that England intended to annex he Uus Kirin islands in the Raltic with the o crippling Russia gave of thn Russian forces German newspapers and periodicals from whiuh they could earn how deeprooled is tho sym pathy in our country for the new Riipsian regime and tree Russian anil soldiers delegates have accepted tlie governinenVs ex planation of its Mny Day noLeby fl volo of 3 to and has decided that the incident is antigov ernment street demonstration was completely swamped by Hie glganllc pro government demonstration or of wages ly a fair But from Frlday Friendsof Hie gor lUie Pass cainpa rcnotls are outdemonstrated the demon A sumniary of silimdon slrators last evening as though of one to indicate llat Iho arc nga repiea i The votes will tat counted tomorrow nr0 die result ivill ho known Jlonday accord the people stirred Into ft I tho agreement being acsecming realizaUon of the catastrophe overshadowing Hie country through tbe nicnneed fall of tho government turned out In support of the tenipor Opposition at Fernie I May A large vote being polled here oday on the pro jposed agreement between miners and The probability is that he proportion iviH lie turned down hy local meager news from out jsulo iiulEcalc a llko Smash Mow New Mny Sntuiilcvsj cliairniiii iTllic 1iny 11 IIITP lodity flml Uifi liunrcl lisid lo for will llic snhnuiniic Declare Hun Peace Terms May plainer declaration of Germanys peace conditions will be made by Chan cellor von BcthmannHollwcg with in a Spqt wheat not Ldcal not Miiy wheat noi wheat Lbcal track oats 62 Jlay reorganization of the admiralty apace nc cording to the parliament correspond ent of the Ho writes Thero lias teen iijort1 of during Iho last llirfR or fournioulhs Uiati tho puMIc Is Iwtuc but Uio mtnislors con there oiiMcficifty gavo It fresh Droflttly Bpenking tho fliio of scpivrato more clearly the figliting the tune reform Is l ilnncllon ti lion of i and The WBATHEK problem il is believed luive solved flic problem mah Low 5 Fair and of sea lord In future is lo corrcsirontl to Oiat of Sir Ilohortaon at the war In nllior he will lifnibGlf bo the chkf of an tnlargeiL war strenKthencd1 iiy tlie addition of younger officers of the ary From cml to end the Morsakn was lacked with marching crowds of all grades of Soc So completely overall ad owed and outnumbered were earlier manlfealants wlio demanded the downfall of llio that they appeared llusslas enemies could find IKlle comfort In the In In support of government Away with Xo separate ami similarfn Ecriiitlons gave tlie parade Iho ap pearance of a gato process Ion In con Irast lo tho anllgovornnient mob which was composed of Hie sliabbiesl and rooal iltsrcpntablc element of the Clashes occurred be tween these rival columnsbut result ed generally in nothing more hftn great cxcilemenl nnd rough handling on 4oth The newspaper edUorals this after noon dealt with the situation In gravest The Edtntauo Ke Hie review of tho working classes weianst find a way out in Order to avoid civil cmmci must come lo an agrefe nicnt wlili the tomporary government in tlie Interest of tho The first period of the revolution ended May 1 and now ft Is feared that JLlio end of Interior peace hAs arrived The govcrnmcnl is ouergettuftlly seek ITIE to rally around them tliat of the population whose class are cori formahlo to impeMalisUc interest of Man Also Only one Lcllibridge casually H reported Joliu Reed Is listed us Reed is a of at artillery1 bill was not connected with any of the batteries which went directly from Tti6 casualty lists contain he names of two other Southern Air Hoss ot who has been killed in and Stamp of Second Loan to Britain May ond loan made torfay to tho government was transfer red by Secretary McArfoo to Am bassador Spring ft will meftt Gnsat Britains requirements In this country for about three DRUNKENNESS AMONG v ques dninkennesj among In England which way raisdil in parliament has been Invesllgaled by tlio auth it is understood that the offense was found to exist oniy in ftn infinitesmal ;