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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - September 10, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 10, 1918 TIfR LfTmmmGK dailt weralb THAT SON-IN-LAW OF PA'S PAGE THREB By Wellington op"fA Pf?EACH J eoVMENYS *rRYW T CONSERVE SU^R P>S WEU ^ VPf^CCEP-SpOSE^OU CUTOUT T-iEffnM'CANPY?-(--- b-BUr-i-1 ^>- 'NEW TOWN ON THE m RAILWAY VladlToBtok, Monday, Sept. 2.-T)io town of Tchlta, on the trans-Siberian railway in about the centre of the Trans-Balkftl region, has been taken �by'the Czeebo-Slovaks, opening up their route toward Irkutsk, according to reports received here, Tiiere Ijas been no official confirmation of this, however^ Jn the region toward the north of Vladivostok, the enemy is retreating, destroying the water supply by poisoning the weHs and by other measures lis he falls back. Ho Is understood to 3iave retired as far as the town of Khabarovski The allied groups are keeping in contact with-the enemy, but no serious engagements have occurred. There liave been indications, however, that the enemy purposed to defend Khabarovsk. Many German Prisoners Tokio, Wednesday, Sept. 4.-It is reported that there are at Kiakht, Trans-Baikal. 1800 Austrians ant Germans �who were made prisoners by the Bus-elans before the revolution. Semi-of-Jictal reports are to the effect that thq Bolsheviki had defeated the Czechs north of the Caucasus region along the Volga and near Kasau. The Czechs in their south Ural positions are de clared to be at a disadvantage. TWO PARTIES ATTACK THE CROWN PRINCE Tot His Famous Interview Denying Germany's Responsibility fbr the War Washington, Sept. 10. - From the *wo extremes of German lines, the SociaUsts and Pan-Germans, the crown yrince 3s being attacked'for his recant interview deayiag responsibility for the war, A despatch today from TVance says the Socialist paper Chem nllz Volstlmme declared that if the government premeditated an offeni itive, the crown prince must not be tnamed as one of its spokesfnen, as his "'bellicose past his notorious attacks-l Ilia ultimate manifestations at the r�lchstag and elsewhere are in complete contradiction with the way of ispeaking he now wishes to adopt." Another Socialist paper, the Arbeit ier"2e!tung of Blisen, ironically recalls the crown prince's speech to a regi-PMKt at Langthur, in which he says: "Tffe jroudcst of my life will be the (flaj war breaks out." On the other hand, the Pan-German Deutsche Zeltung now demands a.dictatorship which will get together all (those who have a clear perception of ithelr duty. The despatch says this confusion Jn polftloal circles in Berlin explains the remarkable statement by former Chancellor Von Hertllng in his last Bpeech about the dangers menacing the Imperial crown and dynasty." OF BIG CONSEQUENCE Ottawa, Sept 9.-Replying to Sir Robert Borden's message of congratulations on recent Canadian yictorles in France, Sir Artliur Currie, In a'ines-a(e received by Iho premier today, ftsserts that the victories won by the Dominion troops will "have far-reaching consequences." The massage is as follows: "Canadian Corp* appreciates In a manner beyond power of words to express 'warmth of inspiring message of con-(ratulation by you on behalf of people Mt borne. Canada has always nobly supported lis and we fought, as she �would . hare u� fight. Victories of ]ait month have been truly great and must havu far-reaching con8eAIR SHOP H. LANGL'EY, Prep. 40S2ndAve.S. Phone 1731 Next Fire Hall 9 DRAYING Of All Kinds WesternTransfcrCo. Limited Mn�*.-C P. R. Pral|M � PHONBB OfflM  tebtsa.........r AUCTIONEER Long experience in stock and farm machinery. Sales conducted la any part of Alberta. P. LAVALLEY COALDALE, ALBERTA For Datea and Rates Call The Dow&ley Land Agency, . Leth> bridge. Phone 1809 ' L. A. H. Repsa Draying and Baggage Transfer to Alt Parts of the City. Try Us. Charges Reasonabte. Baggage delivered day and night. Leave orders at Lethbridge Clothing Store, 5th St. 8. Store Phone - - - - 1450 Res. Phone1869 DONT ' THE WAR VETERAN ; when you have a I JOB TO DFf^ER 1/ Please notiFjn^ Sec V Veterans' Chiii Phone 372 IRyAHERALDWiD CANADA FOOD BOARB k LICENSE NUMBEfi ^ . fM 29 83353?1087 ;