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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - September 7, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta VOLUME xr. LETliHHIIX'.K, ALBKIUA, SATl llDAY. M-.l'TKMKKli 7. I!MM Nl 22 FRENCH WITHIN THREE MILES OF LAFERE-BRSTISH ADVANCE BRITISH CASUALTIES London, Sept. 7. -Cjitmultioii iMU.iiic till! lil'll i.-'ll foj'l'i 1 ... port'"! ill lll totalled :.'ii.(iii/ ofiii(!.' and lii'n. compare.I Willi I 1.IM i r- IIDI'li'll ill (III' pt'CVllllls Wi'ck. Tlh' casualties iir�-follows: Klllnl or died i>! wounds: Officers, r:7S ; nii-n. ".''..is. Woiiuilril or mi "-iii::: oiii'li'.;. !,.�. i ;.,;>�. Tola! III fin '1'-,, 1.11.'; Infill llii-ll in. -:>. German Manoeuvres to Pre-1 allied gov 1 s. will vcnl Spread of Unrest, Display the Real Situation. I MUTINIES IN ARMY ARE APPARENTLY i ORDER OF THE DAY] ES i ALLIED LINES I ffi N9E I American Forces Fighting! With French, Have Ad -1 vanced Allied Line to the' Aisnc River Defences of the Germans. ! IS DECORATED WITH CROIX DE GUERRE With Anii'i h an Iii'nili|Uiirl"i't hi ; For I . dc-popu- London. Sept. 7.-Gcnciv Incraltzation of flip German liition ant! widespread and prow-ing dissatisfaction in the Geinian army, accompanied by mutiny ai\d desertions arc describe.I ;.1 der,-fatches to the Daily Tclrrjr i p 11 from its Rotterdam con ll.pv.dent under date of Thursday. The correspondent says that information reaching hliu ii so sensational as to inspire scepticism, but dcclmei that he has received corroboration from authoritative sources which establishes the authenticity of the 'nforrnaiton beyond doubt. SocthinQ With Unrest iii' lirL.L.'I'l'i Ulill till' (',.' III.in. illl'V Jt.-li--s I hat ! very f.o-I. aini 'luilik- lo tin- blows I .mt �;>'iiii|itl Mat.rin .tnirl. * �] >-i � vv'��-1 e j Ilia aihatiri- hiiL, li'i-n almost a walk- j oier , ili-iiniu- I (I tiv i� ii'i-iiiti i-'Vitiu-iit i-i'.-tili nl hi hundred of it-, nii-n tn-iiiK  Many Desertions A louto nn'aln-r of de-o.- i n cii.'i'iii^, ill" ' o: ,� I'-imiiil":;: 1t is est itnal. d thai tlo i-.. than no.nun (t.si-itcr-tilon,'. I.uvko iiuiulii-1111'i>uK11 >>ut tin- i our. thorilii-s ai-.- I.avimt (h-ulty ui tiiiilin;; do-Ihn connivance of til -.1 1 lis l ti'l-i- '.v (i i' i.-. port ' ii in a on.- Si-''.irh- a Sited. at'i' or .'.a>.-.. anil ni'i' Linn-lli'-lr 111!" � m ;itli-r.-i| nl tin- an M ill.':-| l|ll- .. ouiip; in killK class London. Sept 7.-Bolshevik! authorities .it Moscow have b;cn warned by the allied powers through the minister of Holland, Denmark, Switzerland and Norway that they will^e held responsible for the safety of allied consulates nnd ministers now detain-9 ed in Russia. REIGN OF TERROR Stockholm, Friday, Sept. 17.- American refugees from Moscow who arrived at Hapnrandn, Sweden, say that while the storm raged in Moscow and Petrogtad against the Bourgeoise that the Bolsheviki newspapers demanded the lives of 1000 members of the bourgeoise for every Bolsheviki killed. The Bolshtvikl openly ciiarge the French and British with attempts on Lenine and Moses Uritzky. Newspapers received from Pet-rograd, the refugecis said, told of the arrest of British and French there and carried such slogans as "a bullet in the forehead of every enemy of the Soviet government." army ; .-ati -pi... -il aboil! im- ("ii'inyV frnut .Hid Is i ai oi'o cm i'.'inil y al:i;-.�t that illstiuici' iini.tlr.vanl. iM-niaii. know thi y havo to i.'li inoio i� o111j11 111� str.itrKi- i i From Reliable Sources I.oti'lnii, Si pi. 7. 1'ublir luti-'i'sl to �iay is (|iiin- i'lpially .livnl'il hi'tui-cn tlio ttnbrolirtt itilv.itn-i' of tlio allii'd tu-iiiU-s ami tlio appiiii'iit .'ii:iis thai tin-tii'i-maii iii'oplo iii-c In a stall- of iii'V-vuibi iitixii'ty luii'ilcrIn/; on (loinoriili.-.n I Ion Mori' i'lilorlal ..p.no is 1 >. - i 11 >-jtivi'ii li'.Ti! lo fill tu-c i-vriit.'i I ban lo Ho-ii'ti-i-iil of tin- (li-iiiian iiriiiy. Tin- In--(Iff lllat sonii'lhiiiK tiki- a p.niii' has Bi'l/.i'il tlio llrniliin popular!' is pol Inisi'il on storii's liiiiii iii-iii ral sinii'i'i'H '.vhii'li luivi' laiscil lalsr iiHpi'.-. :n Ho-past, lull Uliun ilir ut t i'liiiiro - of (bo (nailiTs in tin- Ci'imaii nation ami (In-uppi ills of lln> tiowspiipci'iL in tii" pub lii- to Ki'tiji its lu'iitl whili. tlH-y Ihi'in fi'hi'.s iidinit tin' si'i'iou iii-s: of t|u-milltiii-y iiltnutiiin. Trying to Calm Public  The itinpeior'.s bold vrin of assui-iiliri', ('hiUiccllor \'(�ii 1 liTtlinfi'ji fran rlllm? S|ii'i'l'll. (loll. l.itlKsi'D'tt .slrillKi'llI onli-r anil itlitivt! sill, Kit-Ill Marshal Von lliiitlwilniiK'rt pi'iirliiiiiiilion. arc .-illlll ill) llUlllifl!Ht offOI'lK tO i'lll'l'lt tin- fallliiK (Icnnan spirit, which it in roii- ll'lllll'll lllllKt I>X|kL til llllVl' i'lllll'll till-Ill fui-'.li. In rtliort, it is di'i'larod Unit fIn-(in man pcopln nnd pi'l'lliipn also tlio military rhlofi* livlilctiily an- r.ri'atly lislui'lit'd by ri'rcnt i-vi-nts. al are casualties 1-1. \V. 15. Frame and l'U>. Rot.-vri fMrCiillotiRh Have Been Wounded Tim lo.iil men arc in tin- i-iisiiiiltic! [ lodiiy. I.icnt. Yi'illiani 1-1. I'litnu', for ! iiK-i- prim-lpal of (ialhrtii; h srliool | v.-.is oiii! of I hi- two first n ttftrr ! join tlio l.(-ilibi'iilK� IlittliliiniliMv i lii'i'ii ivoiiiiiloil severely in the I litn-e. Airs, l-'i'aine reei-lvi'd the [ sane today. 4 j I't.v It. AI. .MeCilIloirKll. Hon of .MrCllllounll, Well-Ulioivn ill (lie has. also lii-i-n woiituli'd. lie was a nni-veisity stiiilenl illlll enlisted Willi the I.elllh'-'iilKi! I IfKlllilllllei'k, Other names on the list today are: Corp. Clins. Clai'lie, Ferine, ivilleil in net ion. nnd I'te. .las. CJrant. Of .Mar-leoil, dieil of wotmtls. . who is to , has left hies- Al.-X. eity. A'n-.-a-lv Ma-iuin'-::n mill-., o I'l-itioviiiK a Ih'.r.l ol Thiit tl,ei( li'iir an o\ nil ilisiiirhaiire at its hiitnls is iliaiiia-lieally proviil by the (ieiul, with which they trliil lo bar the path. Those dead lyltiK at In-lLfiiy plateau were tint siirrifii-i'd in any rm-.ldess ->pirlt; they wi-re di'Volril lo an nllrinpt to I'ru--trate tlio i;re(ite--t dillltti'l' that now tlii'-iiii-ns ilir (irniiiin line in franco. A Desperate Effort. Si'i'ini; that tlsey hiive thus pone-trateil tin- line wnieh one hail almost grown to rruaril as a Cerniitn frontier, it is no Hoi.iler tlio eiti'iny is sai-rlflc-ittf; men. i,'uns and morale in a iles-peratr effort to Kain breatliiiiK tillic tor some l'i-e-li iillolineni of their vi'serves, soirr here iihont the massif of St. (ioliiiin, Ii. f.veeii l.n l-'.-re nilil l.aoii. i-, lie- e-si'iuia] liillKe of the ine. Thai hitler hroki-n, more disaster would Iftippen than I'ditn the fracture of any other part ot the lino. Go Starvinq Into Battle. In tin- "Hurts to avert -urli a calamity the (o-itiiiins have hrom-ht one division by roail from Met/, anil into-tiler from Khclius, .sending iiu-in al-iimsl sliivviiiK into battle. Hut the (Icl'eti -e of St. iloliain nieiips nuich more Hiaii the ilefent of th'ti. Man;;ln's army, ;or I..ton ami St. (.iientiii up. fhiK- in -tin- liiu�e ami are .'s-,eniial as any other of the three. Hut for tiie American fori e iim-rot is in the soulheriiniosi of the three. since should it ftivn way | i i - will have had a most creditable hand In tin- Im.sl-iii'*. And after Ci-n, Alaii|;in's tell-inn sun-esses all eyes will iiattirnlly b- ii.viieil on the two aniiies- wlilcli are closiiiK up. one from ilie west, the oilier from tin- south, on the positions of l.iion. which is still foniiidalily do-fetidi'il. 'I'n look for victory hove wotihl si'cin too wild an expectation. WILL BE FORCED H DEFENCES French Forces Have Reached Tergnicr, Three Miles From La fere - Allied Advance is Keeping Up Beyond Expectations- Hast| s Men Fighting Forward to the South of Peronne - Enemy Will he Compelled to Give Up Chemin Des Dames. mile.-. BRIGADIER-GENERAL J. S. STEWART, D.S.O. miners idle at gen. stewart t.i Claim Single Shift Will Not Materially f(educe Construction at First .1 t- TWO AIRMEN ARE KILLED IU COLLISION. Sari anient o. Cat., Sept. 7.-- Two men were killed loday in a collision of airplanes at Mather Kiel.!. William C. Wilson, a cailei.- was hilled instantly. His homo was in llerliley, C;iJ. .lames K. Wilson, ami liter cadet, from I'ticblo, Colo., died from Injuries sufiVreil in a fall t! . ii. raid i Tin- strike -llua-il.ieeil no new teat mines are id!" a1 |. likely to remain innient lakes some have operations re - I WELL KNOWN MEN ARE WOUNDED ! Lieut. A. C. Keinmis. I'liicher ri'i'i-li, 11tiL-t hern svoutided In ni-lioii. Ills name iiplieiir:-, in the list.i thin utoi'ulng. Lieut. Keinmis, whoso dm-matic. Lstovy Is now well known In tlio west, was utice cnmmnuiiuiK fiftlcfr nf the Albuvtii KauKui'!'-. Ho lield the rank of LleiU.'Colonel when the war broke out, but. owlui? to certain tit ft' I-fiilllos w:ih tlupt-lvuil of Ititit rank. (,ater lio ttirnod up In Winnipeg nnd ^liliHtotl as n in-lvato. lie went lo live /iiiiit, and IIii'oiikIi ability and Kiilluut-tt won liltf comiuiHtiiou aA a liouieuunt. LIEUT, w. E, FRAME, .ieuT...flrj5(. KEMMIS (Hp. rernie, Sept lion here ha., pi tires today. i'ii both camp and so until the ko\ decided action t. hewed. 'l'lie miners s.-.-ia (ietermiiicil ( po'htinn to tin-I I'l'coiitiuc-iidiit iutis el niininn experts i illlll illSJ)!'! I 111 : . n i.eveii. the Mimic j ailll'l has been adi i .,il. ' ( They say th.o proiliicl ion will not i lie iniiiorialiy r) at the first, and thai the product el lhe mines ran very soon be bioutht lip lo pvcsoni averages and prubiihly be lili.ile lo y.u ' beyond tin.-.- fiiiiir. i'resfiii-nt IIiuks, of l)istr;ci l.s i-lieve and is in citiuiiuiiicalion with l-'nir Wane ilftirev Harrison nnd the coinmissioner of coal production. Air. Wilson is on his wiiy hack from the ciiUKl, accord in .n lo advices received by Mr. Iti;;:,s. and pi hours. A' 90 ;