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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 30, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta VOLUAIK X. .LKTllHWDGE. WKDNKSDAY. MAY 30, 1917 NUMBER'U3 BORDEN CALLS LA URIER INTO A CONFERENCE; MA Y ASK HIS AID IN RE-ORGANIZING GOVERNMENT 1 1 Ceaseless: Founding mi Arms Front Gradual.y Down (lie Kn- Foii- Urlllsli Hciidfiuarlcrs In France. Mny 2'J, f.orrtoji, Slay Ihc present lull llio Gernuiim sceai ner- vous. The Urdisli. from lliclr present posllloiiR In llociix can plainly .sec Douai. eleven kilometres distant. The Intervening ground is doited wltli fat1- lory-smoke slacks. Then roincs Doual, peaceful lootftng In the sunllflU. The liells ot .St, TJcrrft church fan be heard faintly In the rare lulls in Ihc bombardment and the [actory ouisldo town is in full binp.l, as In Lhc days be- fore tlic war In (Jib foreground of Uic lilcturc are heaps of enemy dead anil wrecked German defences, tlcitioilslicil liy guns of I lie fleeing army seeming ly bent on Iterating .the scenes of Jls ilercai here. TLiere Is no evidence nf organized lllnilctiburg or any other Hue. Bri Itisli avialors have loraterl nvcry centre ot-defence.- 'Arlillery Is Kivlnc Ihe enemy no respite, and night raids Imrrnss him AS Llic British re- ground.'German wound- fill say llic 11 In il CD h 11 rg lino Is a fairy a line of fools led there blind and lh3 Australians arc "de- tnons vomited by Reclzelbnb." Raids Repulsed London, -Jlay raiding parlies were repulsed last night near ami HTM of today's war pfllca report Cliappellc. our patrols Ircnclics nnd In Tllclcd Nothing else o[ spc- clll Irilercst nccuTTed. No One Knows What Will Hap Call Kor Strong Ciovl. in Crisis Socialists Gelling Into the Field In Some of Ihc Southern Ridings Tomorrow Is nom.naUoD day Montreal. .May Gazette's correspondGiiL at OUawa reports that It Is tlic belief .of_ most of the mem hers of bo Hi parties, thai an hour's conference between Sir Hohcri and Sir Wilfrid 1-aurJcr yeslerJay af- ternoon Ihc rooms of Ihc leader of (Iio opposition had (o do vvlch the pro- posed of Lhc govern inenl. ".Vuong the rank and file of liollj ihe torrcspumlciit lli.e Gazelle wires, "ilie opinion is gain ing ground dial die tiius has arrivo when puny warfare tmisi cease There Is before ihe government Canada the trying period of the clos ing of tlic war aiul wlial will require even greater the few- years following that lime. It is be- lieved here If AJie early warfare continues ivllh its present blllmic-ss. It cannot be confined to the house of commons and must result in a nation- al contest for supremacy between ilic hro par! IPS. II is Lerlain .Thai there vrlll be at once a reorganization" of the government." II wo3 thought until Ihc conference iltat only one man knew when this lake place and what Lethbridge Officers in France Too Much Freedom Has Proved Their Is.Maideliy Reply to, Knssian Xote oil Peace Terms Expected Xo Doubt That (he Wish ol Many llussium is For Peate Only llmnigiiout llic province lor the pro- j uo .brought inlo.llio toucclls ol vlncial election, and llic list of can- spvcmiiienl. Out llio lonrcreiice it-Ill'then be definitely known. taken licrc to Indicate lint the Vm. M. AK-rrlam-of Lucky Strike j haa lo Sir is umleistocd to be conlest'oB lhc Warner constituency as siu dcni. Word comes from Carmangay dis- Iricl Ibat lhc only opposition 10 Jas. McNnngnloii Is lhc.part of (lie Socialist candidate, anil JL-is now a race biUi.-cen Hon. A. J. and. Mr McNiuig.iton, as to ivlilcli of Hi em BCts' the larger majority. A soclnllsl mny run against Mr. McLean. TJie report lias iicen received from ClnrcEholm tbal Mrs. Kliinoy, ihe.N. I1. candidate against tt'm. MaHall, and the only woman .candidate In the warniinp jjp-the election In tlial rldins, .but 3hc. IB expected to lose, her deposll as .she entered the contest, loo, a fish I.' I Hon. Duncan Marahall speaks in Granum tonlglU and Stavcly tomor- row nlghL -1--, x. -Ing "l-onllriucd' 'on. south ot pt. -during jhc. ntght, accord: ing to en otflclal despatch Issued. io- the FrencJi vrar office.' ficmian Rl'tack on Moul Dloifrt. Jn Champagne, was repulsed, the Qtrmans leaving dead ami wounded on llic field. Berlin Report Berlin, Nay 30, via London, (British Admiralty via Wireless Inac- tivity along the" Franco-IJclnau front except for operatJons anrt.ar- llllery fire is Indicated by army hcadriuaTltr's report. Other fronts al- EO are quiet. wmww _._. _ ._ H. Stbwaft had'a-TCrr su'c- cessfui Crcefc last iilght-.lri- support "of Thomas Hani- lhev Liberal candidate, and It lool's good for a- Liberal win In. the Ihiee-corricTcd figUt In that riding. Leader- Mlchener ot the bpposltton eaVs lonifihl In llaclcod and to- morrow night in lo Ihc-IIcrnlfil Mncleocl, May In keeping irlth [lie campaign ol rnlsrGpresonla- tlon'bnlni; concluded here by the or- ganizers for the Con sen-alive: party. Is the slory being freely circulated about Ihe low n, especially among lhc women volcrs, that il was entirely due In lhc cfToTla.of noberl.PnlcrEon, Conserva- tive niemher, thai Macleod was finally able lo. oblaln construction of the big EtccI traffic bridge over lhc river, (or vlilil. the rcsldenU waited i As a' mailer of fnct, known lo every Montreal, May only one anti-conBcriplion mceti.iiB of. niafinilnde hi the vicinity. oT Montreal last nlglil ami this, held in front of the, Maioonneuvo Mr.rhel Hail, drew, onlv about people, who displayed, for the most parl. considerable "Indiffer- ence to the clorruenl hut' haphazard jpeej'hDs., There was R nbutl y.-iradD inimbcr of the'audience Jfning up with, flutes'and, month or- gans and marcblng a iintil their mcmbera dwlnrilcd lo fl, very few. Wilfrid rti.i jiittjilions and some go so Tar as to say, to ask bis co-opera 11 The cabinet re-organization will make an election Improbable and will give llic conscription measure the support Ihat will make opposition Lo il purely facilouM. present ministers deny that they have been asked Tor their resignations. vet none ot them will deny UiaL Ihe prime iiiinisic-r Is engaged In reorgan- ization. KrnUmanl here is that Sir Robert Harden, if he gives lion to llic Liberal Tvlng in his new government, will nol smlect nil (hat representation from the members Iti parliament. lie will probably seek to bring iulo Ins government prominent Liberals who arc nol in parliament, but ivno have a. national Mind Have Strong Govt.. Jionlresl, Slay Star on cdilo'rial-'.cpra'riientlhe on JJie-rJeceasily for. clearly-lhouKlil-oul action Ir government oa lhc conscription Issue, bad this lo say ot reports of possible reconstruction of Mic cabinet: "A dirlded Canada would be IJic beat news that could he carried to Berlin since lhc Dublin revolt. innately Hie men at the head "of our affairs secm'to realize this. This ap- pears lo be the Iwllom ol the fine crop of rumors coming from tlic capital.ol cabinet reconstruction. IT any man is playing politics today at Ottawa lie oufibt to he packed up against the wall and shot. "If there can be gol logelhet; j stronger mlnistrj' lliaii now exists it r onglit to be done, and done at once. I "Then let Sir- lloberL tell llul i ernmen! "what he learnc'd in Britain and lhc firing line.'Then let IliaL gov- LIEUT CHAS. KERR AND LIEUT. HUGH' DONNAN, of Lhc 113th High- landers, In field uniform; close to the trenches. v o- GUARDED KAISER AGAINST ATTACK 'Amsterdam; May 30, via Lou- v don. May to Ihe' Tageblall, part of the Km per- pr's recent speech lo the- Oor- niaii troops onjhe Arras front was Inaudible on account of ibc v noise of alrplenes specially watcliing overhead to frustrate an encaly attack.- (Dy Herberl Bailey-. I'elrograd, May'SS. via London, Tviay fs cjcnecled ilial the allies1 re- ply lo Hie Husslan note vrlih regard lo peace (erritorTal acrie-Tatlons. will be received here In a few days.' The correspondent uudcrsiands It will be roafuly explanatory, but vlH con- lain a few contossTons, primarily hi (he interest of Russia. Whether 11 will satisfy MikulofTs parly who fully supported ihe naifonaKblfc principle and alfo Hie socialists whose desire IB immediate peace and whose agila-j--------------.--------------------------- lion is directed to Ihe removal ol any I soldiers' and workmen's delegates and ohslacles to peace. Is doublful-.'Com- lne provisional government and hot men.hig upon the stalenuntsJu allied to permit-'adventurers to lei Ibc army newspairers on tbe iiollcy of the allies lhc bulletin of ihe. council ot -work- men's and delegates says of 'Itusaian peace without annexallop or "It Is necessary _lo replv distinctly and clearly, yes or no.. It yea, then there should Immediately-fol- low an offer to start peace ncgpUa- lions. If no, then the allied govern ly worse lhan those ot the allies, that the Russian soldier has had to march almost unprotected Hgiinsl ihe eDe- rates' Lull els and break with lore urms llio barbed wire enianeleraents, which the allies and enemy pass freely after artillery preparation, declares Ilial the' Russian front must be provided with munitions and everything necessary to. hialnlain-'the principle of more me til, less gun fodder. In conclusion, the congress declares Ihat the army ap- peals to all lo whom free Ilussli dear (o rally around (he council of (he become Ihe inatiurd [or foreign fields.'. 'Appeal Agaimt DrunkenneM. clrofcrad, May- 30; via May In the Illicit sale of Vodfea and a general wave of iri- toilcatloo vhlch threatens to spread lake equal respoiislbllily of themselves with'the govefrimenLi .ot Germany and Austra-JIungarj1 forVcori- I llniiance of war. No evasive reply- is 1 acceptable. Statements of French', and, 1 British governoienCs in par I lament, j nolwlihslandlng all do _. J uol satisfy the Russian'revolullorjary Mobs Attack Negroes, But Are democracy. Our m.nlsterg see (hat there, rnusi be 'jbfp'ufht .about ;a jiosltton of clcaruess al- low lhc tiuestion oi; lie sunk in the waters Finally Dispersed By Police nnd Soldiers Lay Seven-Days in Shell .Great Gathering of Canadian Guns Active CDy' Canadian Overseas. Correspon- Canadian Array Hcadiiuarters in France, May extraordin- ary instance of vitalilyMs reported of Hie soldier, Tvlio had been on pat- rol when he was wounded in the side ernment give the nation a policy thai and nrm b'v bullets and also ?iad a will teen us with lhc forrcs of free- icg fractured. He crawlet. into a dom li.l the war Is won. They ought.: EllcH noi0 -aml tltcr? during Easl St. LOU.E, iiJT. May serond-aighl of riots here readied its climax shortly after" ten o'clock last l while men and Iwo oe.6, hiid been wounded .by bullels, scVernl negroes bealeu and lialTa doz- en p.cEro homes bnrnecl, then subsid- ed suddenly and at eleven o'clock the entire was comparatively quiet. niotlne started -Monday night Follow-i ing (be meeting of Ihc clly council. at which leaders protested I againct wholesale shipments of negro laborers into Kast Si. Louis. Mobs formed qiiirtly last cfl quickly, nnd -were dispersed n.ulek: ly. Disturbances .began about seven" o'clock iii districts and were seclions.. and Xo comment on the show for immediate s clearly-thit'a ace'and.iiot'ift desir tirfnal Guardsmen about Ihe negro i a. cordon i and dispers- to be HMD 10 give ns a policy which vff no tear the llonnin on wule open. from Ill1rst. At l not pr nt the er Ireland, vrill carry llic whole nnlled r n Lion forward licliiud leaders whom llio whole Cnnadlan people will trusl." GRcEK SECRETARY HAS QUIT HIS JOS ABANDON HOPE OF RESCUE London, May ReulcVi .'flis- patch from an unnamed port says Hial all hofic has been, abandoned of Ihe rescue of the mleslng from !hc sunken Spanish liner C. Ue EJznelilrrn. The victims lneh.de 12 -women and1 cd groups-or. mcri. wherever sUliled, but as arc. lights-had-been shot oul, small mobs formed-and clashed wllh negroes Intervals, despite rty Chief of .Police jnel.Clayton nnnounced control. nigiit lie was able to crawl oul to j ihnl-'tlme Ilie slreej's were cleared where Bomq lay dfjnri and ex-1 of" the down-town sec- tract a..little, water from their bottles. Li, This was the only., thing Ilia I passed boims lor E.v d.ys He his. for seven yet when fourid; .iiid brought his bullet wounds-were beginning to lieal Sip Douglas-llabj, British comman- der-ih-chlcr, lionbrcd by his presence licrformcd. and" cscpllcnl music play- G 'diplomatic corps a shock. Mr. Con- slanUnido declared he "had liecn conlcn.'cd with being connected was, built long licforc llbbcrl palteraon cviir. thought of running for the legislature. 11. was bulll by- llic administration t FCimc years (IRQ Ihrough the direct ef- fort of llic latfi ,Xlalcolni McKcnzlc. Tlic late Mr, wna the chief Instigator of Ihc In (lie conrls which finally llic C. IV H- railway Co -pay (axes on, branch lines In Ihc province, n decision which resuUoL In thousands of dol- lars Info Ihe provjhclnl treasury which rightfully bclofrgcd lo It. of Ihe first monies received from Hits soijrrn wcnl lo CQnslrucl the fllccl IralTlc lory.of Itie at Staclcpd. Tliat Is Ihc c- and i3 cnUrc.y dif- ferent from Ihc ffllsb glory hclng quEol- clrciilntc'l from the commlltcc rooms of the. .TV y orgnnlzrillon.. JAPS TO RUSSIAN 'FRONT SOON Wnshlnsloji, May 29. Ilia- palcli ol Japanese troop? In- (nrge lhc llusslan (ronl llic next big movo In thVwoT.il (I In ftiillin.r.lnL.vcly predicted licre., Fcnrliig a separate llna- pence will) Oormany, Jnf> nncse publicists nro advising (hfo cotirBO snvo Aaln from (.lerman Tho Infor- -mHnt Is Tiigh'ln diploma I it clr- -fr fj small children. t .Jslncc Hie United Slates declared Settlers pouring into Southern Alberta in Great Numbers "1 li'jive handled ihe future, when flic wnr Is ol.er, this spring llian wore handled (hfoUKJi Uils.onicD in Iho we have lo. Ta'cc tho (ask of pay-Ing Hie wnr debt tvrc piling up, Nobody is kicking because we are piling Acting ImrnlgraUon Omc.er lliint war debt. Wo must ilo it In or- lhc; Herald, today. as 'Lo lo'do our share in lhc war. Bilt out Ills slaleTTjcnl O. T. Lallirbp miiEL Lc far-sighted enough to look ly n.EcrWHrdti infcrmed- .Lhe Ihe, lime when Hint money ivlll hnVe Hint lie had sold acvcii fiCRlloh.i (jc repaid. Tljc o'no suro way 'of Innd In lhc Qrnssy oui'snlvca In a poalllon lo pay .inrlnp, nntl In every CRSO dclit (3 to tncreasc ottr sgrfcdl- owners aro either on Iho land 0701111011011. nurl lo do HiAt we or linve awarded more setllcia anil yre mu9t tng [o ho done during Ihc 'summer. 11 In Ihclr (o make Ihe Every parl ot Southern Alberts as productive fls inisslblc. And bencfiUcd by llic influx of.niitt' fs exactly wlial ire arc trying lo Hern, and life Grnasy (he legislation we have ro- N'ohlcford nnd Barons dlalrlctrf pul Ihrough for Iho benefit of to have been especially forluuale farmcrfl, We wflnl them here; we accuilnR selUcra with means. Ilicm lo get money for, develop neir farmers al n9.chG.ij) a rale of Jitlercsl Uc4. In Iho Coaldale (.Istrlcl possible, find we want them to se lliat llllle jpwn Is today B ItTeafock so (fmt (hey rill 're of INow hprilRs arc on the land. This (5 jMberirt'e !np up on tho prnfrle In every. problem In ihfi next ten lion, Hon. Mr, Marahnll Is very pleise'r "That Is Just vvhal.-we' see lhc. development "toward' live llo-i. Uuntan nllniRtcr lii Soiitliftrn Alhcrfn, ani vlan'd agrlculluro, .who Is It) (he city pleusnre Ihe proposnl while dlKtiiRsIng problem 'should, hold n fat stock ahow scUlOrs for ?nlc of mircbred stock next 'snrlnj eH._ The pipers I Vfliloiis parts or lluxfront ID part In llic festlvaln: t Seldom. 1[ over, even Highland gatherings; have .so many pipers nnd such a var- iety ol.'laharis been of lhc pipe bands from f OUT lee ft bultallona present showed fifieeh plpo majors. 1G2 pipes ami 105 Thousands ol Eold-: ie'r's WOTO onMhp .pamdc .ground lo hear llio plpera and see Ihe command- Douglas inspected 3onjetoi Iho vt.ar Ironhles. l-'Thetp was-renewal of enemy ar- tUlery activity -during ihe "night, chlefijr BBtilriat-our back b'jt no, dhconntcrg followed, '-Ye-s-1 FUNSTON'S MOTHER DIES AFTER SHOCK FROM SON'S DEATH tola, JX H, Fun ston. mother of the la'le ick died-at 6 o'clock lost nlfihl from Ihc shock resulting from the death Of Gen, Fiinaton. Mrs. f'un- sloii collapscii at Iho .Gen Fnnslon San Francisco and had been confined to 'hor bed ever since, disorders .the and country, provoking, endangering internal peace, Is the subject of a sllrrlng tp-. peal lo citizens issued by the exccu-i live comioiUee of the council of workmen's, and- soldiers' delegates. was Ihe source, from mula ''peace without annexiloh' dr'lD- demnilles" sprang. Want Peace May 30, yfa' Lbndop.-r: The congress ot delegates1 from -the rent, after a debale on' the inammously voted the re- solution: army'ln" the tren- ches declares that it :o lake.every measure'to1 put i an _ofid as quickly as pqsElble-lo ihe'-lnleniiL-. lional carnage and conclude" a.-peace without anneialions or'-lndemmllis .oit a basis of right of all nations poap ol' themselves, ,pr'oclatnilng: the same time (he watchword, "jrbQ: ever viahcs for.peace for .war." London, .PelTo- jrad Is" very- good front jondllions 'are says a delayed" the. Dally NCTTS the however, siill'duL of, hard. country 'coniraltlee _ wise nor as PetrofiraiJ and Moscow, .and! are '_yi> nble lo jircveiit excesses vhtch .nearly always the and spirits slorea.-Kernesky; hiB Issued a special order referring iKrthlsvsaJ- Ibis Eoes on, thejiolittgilrea- doni ot IhiisiB will, a drunken sea of arson, robbery.arid out "Secon'rf, tho army pbmllng out that Ihc llusslnn soldiers have been-flcbt ing hitherto undtr condKjo.ns Inflnlle 1'etrograd r. "On Hon. Duncan Marahall Oppbsitionvfor False Ciimmissioner'Sajfi That prices' to be Lowered But 'CalBary, May 30.--R. A. an eDqu.ryihere[ Ibis nora-J- Bf Into'the newsprint paper Rlluilloiii of. .Canada, .before, a.. number of dally paper iludinj; representatives of papers from.; he head of .the lakes Lo tie coast.' i 'In lengtby.1 "aUte-': ment, .the commiBsIoner" annouriced' Hit an order hid beea'piwc-; ed at'Ollawa'extendln.f the Inr, he 92.50 rate from 1 to Jiily. and intinaled Ihat -atHbe meeting Lo K Keld in Oltavra on June J9 tlie ralll- inlerests.and be in lo get vtogether a Selection; a- Canadian auditor of BtanttlnEivho; ruoiild ib eihauillTely. Into 'tie coit )f production'.of neifipr.bit, and that-. IE this if as not done, he hlnMlf should appoint such an WliJle refualng1 commit hhnself. definltely, Mr. PrioRle in" imawer Itieatlon by R.-.L. Rlcbardaon, held it. out Lhal no increase "of' the preeent sel price waa likely unttl Mdltj had been completed had ibown Ihat the coafof prodactloh did not per- mit the manufaclurcrs a-.TMBOnable profit at i Mr. occasfon to warn Ihe publishers prCTent.that'.Ihe Impo- sition'by Ihe Dominion Kovernment on Canadian mills of a -ftlh'r.ff price'MI b-' sUntlally: lower-thaii Ihey conld get for ttieir product In. Ihe United States' J Reporter.) May. Hon. Duncnn ml ulster of agrlcul ture' dldn-1 r nlghl'5 (he erieiuy gun pils were made nicctlng here In the Inlercsls of Can; heavy .lowitrerq didalo Martin until 10.30 when J .l- and' an" followed by Tfre, look The .enemy guns not- been -h'earrt from In that irarllc- nlnr locnllly.. t" HALF, OF GREEK1 SHIPPING GONE lhc broken un anil Ihe people had led lhc II has been so. long e.lncq Mr. Marshall had addressed R audience that Hie back into (he bull ill rig and heard with pleasure, one of thoso flchllng sjiceches that have made him he had fin- ahcd on itie'stroke of 12 o'clock, the llic Cflrdslpn constituency and thai MARKETS Spot .wheat Local track wheat Local.track oatt Octobsr oati 23S 210 190 55 H Low WEATHER 2! becoming warmer. i minister ol aBrkulturc tor anolher term lp carry, on the work of Ills ,de- jiarlmonl lor lie has heen so cnlhuslaallc and wlitcli has made Al- bcrla H mddcriliroililioiil the length Canada 'and beyond Xellher'ltoil.' Mr.'Mirshall nor Mr. left. nny Ihing to be answer- er! In the acnllmeiitnl.nniienls Lo pre- judice whlclr stjehis'Uo, be Ihc stock In trade of the' Conservative opposl- llon la this and brcadtll- boundaries. handling ot the lons I'D lhc soldiers oil! masterly (ind the ahsolute'.-inlliicjSrlly ol the opposition cry r.Ealnst nas dealt without gloves. "The opposlllon." lie declared, gan tills campaign by discussing .the legislative and admlnlslrallve record of the government, theyr dldn.'t jo far alone thai line'.- found, there was nothing to attack.. .They couldn't (lo.anylliing but praise. TKoy have slopped thai nnij.afe.now. Ing up prejudice Tli'cy think H heller irallllcs. They say .we are prlvlng Ihc soldiers ol their 'role. They waul us to have Ihe soldiers vote by constllnendes was tried with so Uttlc success. In iimbla, where only 25 (o cenl. of Ihi soldiers In any and where tlielr welghefl In the llnal result Injohly slllueney In the enll're, n-p said It YDS not a fair soldiers lo divide (heir rolts up -Jpltj SC Illlle sections. We ajrettS w'flK Sir Rnberl llorden that il.wij. tlol lo take the votes bvcoiMlligeii- tlcs. The role of Ihe t ed'.ncepl have elected the publiebers thus relieved to He'did not de matter and yCS Would wekomn an asreement ot lielr .inHUtlTe situation1 byiiFeBtern publishers bat( he said present wasteful con j they wouldn't be 'repTeseni- l by OJt 'l aunptlon plVnewaprint coold not perinltieH to .continue... i; p. p. E! CONVENTiON Victoria, B.C., May eea- slons for the purposes, of organization commenced lodny In EmpreM no-J tel for the National cOBTentlon of Ike Daughters of Ihc'Emplre. THfts MORNING'S, BASEBALL GAMES NATIONAL LEAGUE Chicago, 6, (I, 3i Pllisburg o t 1 'Philadelphia Yorli J, AMERICAN, I York Philadelphia 0, 3. .Boston Washington 3, 10, Z. Toledo i, 7, 6; Columbia 8, INTERNATIONAL'. .At 6, llraore. 3 t At nutfaloTxPutfalo L 7 ;