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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 5, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta Scarborough Is Shelled Second Successive Air Raid on JCCU'iw London Hues Greal Damage In Streets KILLED, MANY just outside a liospi- the moonllBhl. Sept. coas'l', was bombarded last ulghl by a bostilo submarine. It was officially bunounccd to- day About half Iho shells lu Ihe thirty rounds fired from undersea boat landed three persons bch.g killed and five ii'jurcJ. but mile mater lal dnmase being done. official announcement reails. "A hostile fuoip-sriiio ap- peared off Scarborourjli about C.K o'clock last night and fir- ed about Ililrly rounds, about hnlfof which fell on the land Nearly Ready to Call Out First oTConscripts jr mllllary service or lo u.pllon. The forms will a, all lioslGHM-sl" III be 1 ihroug Men Were Thrown Long Dis lances By Force of Explosions CASUALTIES IN ouncement t JUt J NAVAL, 1UHUACKS London Chatham dls Irict for the Itrsl time experienced 107 bluejackets outrifiht and woui.i sc Four bombs In all tcl S.T'JSr The barracks was 11 ler Ihe Military 'Service Ail In khaki. Tt.ii Is a dcclarallon macV- by Sir nohcrl llorden lo reprMonullvcs of HID. executive of Iho Great ar etcr- when they attended Icrl a-sureu tne Ihe work now In hand being Reparation of forms of cxemp- cd lerlain anics will also secure demotion. Hir anv man with any reasonabla Vorf c-f to give to (he tribunal, either as lo Ihe benefit to the i .1- In rrsill! 1TOIU apply Tor all 1 ally liavhiB regard lc i __i----es would ;cltinE hjs parllcular ,linll cver> would e carr when the guns began flnnB e wu guns eg that the prac ,ce wus in ull (arl of Hie itticr. The ex L fC heard in one Irict and then In an- jsions tlicn ceascJ, 1ml s they were heart! rL Ol ItlC homer impossible tor olhcrs lo get into ppcincu tnal ULO c ed Iho town. lh nil nomhs were dropped lb "id >coplc Rushed Inlo Slrccls I I5c Met With Clouds of Gas Grcitl Drive On 'Front and 1'rench Success ItliKHIANS RETIRE MEyORE INVADERS .vaglug lor Tricttc. AllhilUEh ulfitlal announcement n lacking, there Uttlo to on dispatches Iron. e" thai San Oubrkle, Ihe. f Vistrian In oriVia "dWrlcl, valorous Italian troops. ol Iho entire i-haul dominatlnc tbe area. eminence, in fact, he IMI hen ly.'nanneu inonE farm hands this fall ana It Is eileved lhal the.-prompt action ol ho immigration department elone "evcnlqd making head- way. ly pnned o agltalion sme.t out llm raiders, but Ihey fa led ta o ale them, Iho visibility being low illiMind haze, Ihe Claim Halxas Corpus Is Ultra Vires of the no- nunion Parliament I ient n. "P.-iddy" Palmer Is nbw on his way.home from front. In a loUei received by City Solicitor nail Lieut Palmer slates that he was then Halifax, o.rhls way home. He was in nJtho front lines though It was esirc lo do so. ing Ihe moonlight. Immcdialely following -_-..-. inns 111 luc barracks rescue parlies were and the wounded wero removed lo one of which came Very near.lo a target tor oTs'dp'linc prevailed con.plctely over nv natural tendency 10 alarm arracks All survivors were msTaiil- ll their quarters and the greatest jlncssMvas shown. A naval man, vno in Iho barracks at the tmic gave the following account of the of us were asleep In our Otlam, (Cansto.f Press) Sept.-.-B.-rieporls Copenhagen, Sent, lain Von- Knchlivcltcr, the naval expert of the llcrlin Lokal Anzciger. wrlles thai he es- nects the submarine slnKlugs during AuBust to reach tops. (Canadian Pclrog-au, Sepl. t. first refugees from lllga arrived here in.Hv and civc- a dramatic ilescriptlon of their last lours In the ell- the llcrmai. occupation. The firsl she was fired from Iho direct.on of Likull ami fell early Sunday mornlns, causmi; numerous fires aniV spreading cloiulb o tsuffocaling gas. The people rushed iilo Hie streets, many only parus ilrrsscrl. and .hero was a general pan- rpach the railroad slntion which j be Ihe enemy's chief target. This lure u, 950 ahls al t .o te U.e enemys c.c lure u ers pr k. in heavy AlKlnai Earr son ea Vechcrnec Vrcmya which .Is reporlc H ot shell, declares several thousand next nighl, alter mlilnighl. a Ihe clly and the frorn an According lo Queiict representa lives here any resort lo lie on Ihe 'ground at round of irrccular royal EG nerc. it 10 ny such, move would _ hance of success. Illaiu Icctllcs irom the direction of Uxkull was resumed early in the evening, one shell falling a moving plclure hall, IK lo-ses, and anctner ciploilmg In Iho Hold Suvorotf. -The last tra n which left for Pelrograd was heavlly _____ A great many bulldlnes in 'niga. according lo the refugees, were Montreal Defectives on Police Find Two v Bombs ic Bdulum catupalg... launchins of tbr nejl onlcnle s Is anparenlly measure of jrepara on Iho Ocr taken wise: o Dominion flovernment an- nounwment of such a large pen- sion Increase, jmnuntma lo many millions of dollar, to local officers of Ihe G. W. V. A. by the cabinet Ottawa, acconl- Ing to their tialement here. naradc Krounn, showing Ihe hour of .Hie ex I have been in some scrips not drcanx that anylhlr- happcnine the roof ted off the house and blown K was Ihe fallinB glass lhal did Ihe were oosheil out ot.oiir Timocks into the broken O cers were on the scene In a.momu t nd worked with us H'" 'lls' ettiiiE the wouniled to hospitals aiiu, which used as a mortuary. Another man sleeping ,n a. dill...oni e t on ot theMormltory that e lid not wait lo pul on his shpes ,ind did not know that he was walking on irokcn glass until lone afterwards when ILO found thai his feet were bleeiing. Still auother man. with r niece of glass In his head flirt no know 11, "he shock of Ihe explosion beine'so great and a man who waa blomi across the parade ground onrt who alighted on nis feet, declared thai ho dkl not feel any the worse ?or his experience. he rinhl lo a writ ol habeas corpus I, held by a subject direct from ho he sece cron. by a suec ho At the lime of the secession ala all rlyhls and ,rlv leges -__t d this morning in Ihe boxes 1 'the polico yesterday when) ,cc' of Ihe dynamlto Mariineau nuarrles by Bull- Gross Earnings Three Big Cana i Roads In August Were 21 Millions" nuarc miles. Ircat." I'.alian ilv hiding. lllJL Ul il ecliig that it. bad exhlcd in ..__ and since the Stiiarls. Therelnrc, "'flflay to Montreal, wh nli-conscriplionisls claim, I Is not a (ll m. I with which the Dominion lament has any power to deal anu any interference with II must come i rom Ihe Inuicrial authontlcs. ine assent of Ihe governor general lo me i act was Ihe asscnl of a of the Imperial nulhorltles acting ?11C advice ol Ihe Canadian govern meat. There is another point. couleilerallon. everj- pri Miners Still on Strike at Kipp; Is Local Trouble Iho previous and our shores FHANCH1SE THURSDAY Otlaws! Sept- ll "S5 ?ccn- dec iednhcly (hat the frsn-, chiirblll will Introduced In Jhi'hou.. commons tomorrow by the Hon. Arthur Melanin. a'writ of habeas corpus was Whclher miners' watesjwlll refflnln the present figuvc and whclhcr coal 111 conllnue to be at the present gnro at Ihe pit mouth will deneml Ihrcc, unrtcr Ihe reiulallons ail ,lowh In Iho last agreement Blgnci1 e operators and miners o >i-irlct fio 18. The commission Is of A O. Harrison, fair wage Ificcr oi Ihe department of labor, csenliiiE the governmenl, W. F. Mt of Iho oneratoM' associationi am or the district board ol th ,1 illncrs. Dy Iho agreement It- liBTeallgallonn from hnnrd 13 lo hoMl in. llrao to time "niltho wages are lo b "P or 'low.n findl- ?lll bo held al l l olh r Ihe purpose of keeping Iho men In 1 he mines sleadlly al work in or "r that of may he In eased to Iho coji mine may bo averted on Ihe to winter. The trouble nl Iho Coal iral mine arises n-fl ot lha tact lh. ,e miners asking cxlra pay fo with earlh Ihe cribs or Urgo "ops which Iho company b.llld? for he purpose of aMIng grcaler safel) o the roodng of Iho mlnO: This has. ws now agreement Ihey appealed tor NUMEROUS IX he now agresmen extra pas' lor Ihla worlr, Tho appca was rcforrcil to Arm strong who ruled lhal (hoy shouldicon llnuc Ihe custom. They refused to d en and went on strike. The operators arc rather concerre over Iho precedent set by bis, slop- nage of work. Accorfllos lo the.ordc of Iho HomlnTon tor.l arc. anbject lo a One of 15000 o ice to uiu 0 at when 18 were, slefl, 13 being sent lo Jail and five nlerned. Spot Wheat Spot aOti October Oalt Spot I Montreal, Sept. S.-Gross t of tbrcs principal Canadian r Umounled lo decrease ot or 3.3 percent., as compared with the SB year ago anil Ihe, .trnction shows In the Retreat Conlinuet' inipeg. Sept. ncTthan cltlts in Eny blher Iwo cllles In Canada conv. hlncrt, and Ihe number proseculM In Wlnn peg has been lower lhan any olh- or Hnf which may be responsible, or ,0 aliens.getlng out of hand This nn extract from a report of Sorg- ant Fr.isor, nn officer of the all" South Alberta Casualties Tabor. Wounded, II. A. Renvlck, MARKETS RAIDS POSTS a .lament BORDEN ILL. Ollawa SeptT-SIr Itolicrl Bor fonllncil to his house with His Illness Is no quoted at p.r -barrel, o per 9S pound sack. Local Reduction. Local at noon announced a roil ot 50 cents a barrel In Hour, fol owlnc a similar .nnnonnceincnt In ke the aver aunyn "jj wcro not region of Scppols." official slalement A rail by Ihe imilar .nnnonnc VnnlncK This will make the aver aVo price of Ihe best grilles of flonr nB LelhhrUlgo all It Is figured lhat if re- l'M the basic price, Hour ID Cana. a lll Imvc lo drop lo about J6.00 retail. MORE BIG LOANS, Sept.. each to Great Britjin Ind Fr.r-ce by the government today, brlnalmr the the up to of l.cns." -J- Macedonian Front.. delivered an allrvcV which ended ta for them. ;