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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - September 12, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta THUHSOAW SEPTEMBF.I^ 12, 191S TliJi LITIIBRIDGK DAILY HERALD PAGE SEVE>! Made Every Effort to Stop War, Says Kaiser in Speech; Says God is With Germans . Amsterdnm, Sept. 12.-Speak-Inn at the Krupp munition works at Eseen, Emperor William declared that everyone In the remotes; corner of the fatherland knew ' that he had "laft no stone unturned to shorten the war as far as possible for the people and the entire civilized European world." Tlio omperor aafd R look two I" make pcaco, that one could not do It, uiilesK he eould overcome tlio other. Onrmany, ho doclured, �was confronted with her enemy's will to destroy her imd she niiiat place aualnst IhiH hor dotormination to preserve her existence. After mentioning his ofl'er.s of lioaco, tlic eraporor said tliut the Ger-inun leadefH lind made it plain lo everyone who wished lo understand, "that wo are at aj.) times ready to offer (ho liand of peace." "Who spoke at the very hcginning of war of starving out the Gorman women and clilldren? Who was it who introduced terrible hatred into I he war? It was the onsmy," said the Ki.iser. "Everyone of you 'n I he romolest corner of the futherlaii I kiiow.'i thar 1 left no stone unturned to ishortcn the vrar, as far as jiossilile for you a.od your people and for the entiro civilized European world, in Deceniher, I presented the encoiy public with a clear and unamblguoin offer of peace in the name of the Germ'iu empire and my allies. Jeers, contempt and mockery wore the answer. God Knows "He up above knows my sense of rosponsibilty. Repeatedly thirhiK the past months the responsible leador.5 of the imperial gnvcrnniRnt have nnam-hlRUously given to understand to everyone who wished to understand that We are at all times ;oady lo offer the hand of peace." The emperor declared the an.iwer of Germany's enemies was outspoken will to destruction and disintegration of Germany. "To make peare," he added, "two are needed. If either is unwilli)u;, Uic; other cannot presume that ho docs not wish to overthrow the other. We are confronted with the enemies' absolute will to destruction. And, against this absolute will to destruction wo must l>lace our' absolute will to preserve our existence. . Brave Army "Our bravo army out there lias shown you this will and died. Whether in aBsauIt' or withdrawn), or trencli fighting, the only thing that matters, is that the enemy should Iob.'? UH much us possible. This has occurred and continues to occur. "Our death defying navy also has proved that. I beat the enemy al ilio Skaggorack despite his great superiority. Our U-boats, like a consuming worm, gnaw at. -the enemy's vitals more than our enemies will .adniit. "Kven though, in the opinion of many of you, it is lasting too long. lOvery German man and every German woman must, in witnessing these incomparably heroic deeds of our army and our navy, be aware that we are fighting and struggling for exlBlcnce and that wo must make the utmost effort to efend ourselves victoriou.sly. not only through the work, but as regards the thoughts of our people. "Afany among j'oii have often asked themselves during this long war: 'How did such a thing.happen' Wh.v did we have to undergo such a tiling after 40 years of peace?' I think It is a (lucstlon well worthy of an nnswei' and which must be answered for tlic future-for our children and our grandchildren." "I have thought long on the matter and have come to the iollowing answer: / "In this world good clashes with the evil. That is how things have been ordered from on high-the yes and no. The no of the doubting mind against the yes of the creative mind; the no of the pc-isimi-st the yes of the optimist; the yes of heaven against the no of hell. "You will acknowledge that I am right in describing tliis iwar as the product of a great negation. And do you ask what negation it is? It is the negation of the German people's right .to exist. It is the negation of all our kiiitur; a negation of our achievements; of all our work. "The German people were Industrious, methodical, assiduous, imaginative in all domains. It worked In body and soul. But there were people who did not wish to work, but to rest on their laurels. Those were our enemies. We got close to them through our profitable work and the development of our industry, science and arts; through our popular education i WiU Pulsate in Your Breast, When You Hear the Eloquent Words of Prison Li ooooo He Was a Slave of the Huns for Four Years. Do Not Fail to Get a Seat in Wesley Church His Wife Died in Captivity, While He Languished in Prison-Only An Elo' quent Frenchman Like Beland Can Tell the Story Right. UNDER THE AUSPICES OF THE LETHBRIDGE ROTARY. CLUB Entire Net Proceeds for Charitable and Patriotic Purposes Tickets now ou saio at Rod Cross Drug Co., Hlglnbotham Drug Co.. Armstrong & Raworth, aud frota wty swabar at Xk� ItoUtiy Clu';. ' Mail orders with remittance should he sent to A. G. Baalim, mgr. Baalim Motor Co., or Mgr. Standard Bank, ami social logislafloii. Envy Inspired Enemies "JOnvy induced our enemies to fight and war came upon us. And, now, when our opponents see that their hopes have lieiiii di^coptivo ami hov/ our mighty generals, after whom your new .workshops arc I'Jghtly nani'^d, hav(\dealt them blow upon blow, hatred springs uji. Wc only know iho honest wrath 'Whicli deals the enemy the blow, but when hn lies prostralo and bleeding, wo extend to him our hand and see to his recovery. "Hatred inanife.i!'! ilself only among peorilcs who feel thom.sclveH bonlen. if, therefore, mich tcrriliio hatred exists among our enemies, it owes its origin to thii tact, that their calculations have been wrong. The "Criminal" British , "And now, my I'ricnds,')cl, me drar.' your attention lo KoninlhiiiK more. Vou have read what recently hapiieiicil in Moscow - the mighty conspii',TC>-against the present government. The imi'ilaraentary-governcd. deniot;ratlc Britlsli nation has endeavored to overthrow the ultra-democratic government, considering the intore.Bts of its fatherland, wishes to maintain ili< people in the peace for which it idam-ors. "But the Anglo-Saxon does not yel desire peace. That is how things are. It is proof of hi.s Jcoliiigs of inferiority that the Anglo-Saxon has rc-courije to such criminal moan.s." R PEASANIS' iiS POLISH PROBLEM Enter City-Severe Fighting isjRurian Is Insl.stlng on a Union camo in for severe punishment. Karl was fined .$.';o and coats for liaving revolver.-. His i;onK Willie and Kuri were fined $.')U p.iic.h for having shot guns, ami \V. .\lcKoy and .los, Onis-(.liunk. and I'rank Krink were eac'h fined $10 for giving the guns to this family. Reported-Eiifcliwdmen Are Anesled With the Dual Mon archy DEBS SAYS HEW REIRACI i Cleveland, Ohio, Sept. 11'.--The case of Kugene Debs, .Socialist leader, charged with violation of liie. Espion- | age Act, was given to a jury in tlie United States di.stri('t court today. (lis defense oonsisted of an address by himself yesterday, in which he ex-Iilained he was workin;;- for the good of the wliole world, but a.s !o llie charges, he says: "I deny nothing; 1 repudiate nothing; I retract nothing." The court was . crov.-ded, mostly with friends of the defendant, whose expression was calm and imperluib-able as the jurymen filed out. London, Sept. 12.-Rucslan peasants, who revolted against the Bolohevlki governrriRnt a few days ago, are repr;;cented to have entered Petrogrnd and to have been joined by a large part of the population, Lays a dispatch from Copenhagen lo the Central News agency. Severe fighting is proceeding in the city and fires have broken out ,it several places. ENGLISH ARRESTED. Stockholm, Sept. 12.- Eleven Englishmen and 11 FrRUcli citizens have been .-jnested nnd imprisoned in the fortress of St. Peter and St. Paul, in Petrotjrad, accordlns to app.irently reliable Information received here today from the Russian capital. The Englishmen incarcerated include R, H. B. Lockhart. the British consul-general at Moscow, who was condemned to death by the Bolshevik) government, but vjbo escaped execution as the re.iilt of the intervention of all the neutral diplomats. I Copenhagen, Sept. 12.-.Vo solnlion I of the Polish question lia:-. yet hniiii i found, accdriling lo the fierlin V'os-' sische Jleltuug tind the whole inattc!' i v.lll 1)0 taken up again al tln^ l.tcfliii conference between .Admiral \'on i llintz. the German foreiivn secrctury. I aiui Jiaron Hurian. Ilu; Austro-llungar- iaii 'foreign minister. Uepresentat Iv.s (jf Poland will not be called into tlu! conference unlil agreement in priii-� ciple has been reached, i Rumors of Baron Burian's impeiid-: ing resignation, says the newspaper, i are due to his determination to Insist ! upon an Austro-Polish solution of a I union willi the dual monarchy, a .solution whicli as if, well known, finds no ] favor in Germany. There is no reason ; lo expect Baron iiurian's resignation, I says the newspaper, until the Aiistro- Polish solution i.s finally rejected, if it is to be rejected. SOVIETS FOR SAFETY OF OFFICIALS. Amsterdam, Sept. 11.-The Soviet government has Issued a significant order to the AllJPeoples commissaries to take precautions for their personal safety, according to a Moscow dispatch to the Rhenische Westfaelische Zeitung. Henceforth, the order urges the use of only strongly manned armored motor cars In the streets of Petrograd and fvloscow. ADMIRALTY HEADS GO TO HEADQUARTERS Am.Hterdam, Sept. 11.-The chief of Ilie Geriuaii admiralty staff, Adinlrnl ,S(rher. Jias gone to stay pormanenlly at main heailiiuarters, according tu a dispalcli from Berlin. The sia.'ff ot I he naval war commander and other heads of the admiralty departments will also he located at main headciuar-lers. IS ABANDONED. Vineyard Haven, .Vlass.. Sept. II.- The foiir-niastod schooner Governor Power.'-; was abandoned off the Sou-Ihorn .Massachusetts coast after a col-liBJon with an unidentified steamer today. The si earner is supposed to have lakcn off I he crew, although !t is nol definiicly known that all bands were saved. TAKE UP MATTER OF wheat purchase Ottawa, Sept. 12.-a sub-committee of the cabinet will tomorrow take up with the western grain men problems wliich have arisen in connection with the transfer of the wheat purchases to the grain board of supervision. Mr, Maglll, chairman of the board of grain supervisors, is expected to be here. A number of grain men have already arrived. FOUN IH FIRE Mounted Police Round Them Up -Heavy Fines Are Inflicted P E OUT HUN GARRISON Stockholm. Sept. 13.-Dispatches from Kiev report that tlie peasants in revolt have wiped out the German garrison in the village of Brusilovka. A dispatch to the Moscow Krasnaja Ga-zeta from Orchet, government ot Mobile, says that 8000 revolting peasants were driven by the Germans from Swenlgorodska. hut assembled near Meajsholi, where they engaged in a sanguinary fight with the Germans and great losses were siif.'^ered by both side.s. Toronto, Sept. 12.-In extending, on behalf of the citizens of Toronto, "a hearty and cordial welcome," to the general synod to the Church of England in Canada, Mayor Church referred to the fact that 70 per cent, of the i'irst contingent were members ot that historic church. It had made n most noble, eloquent and Inspiring record in the present war. He congratulated the primate on his record as a parish priest and h).s "inspiring leadership as bishop and archbishop, known in Canada from coast to const." He hoped the synod would pass some resolution supporting the soldier and see that parliament did its duty by them. � The house of delegates concurred in a resolution of the house of bishops to appoint a joint {commission to confer with the legislative commission of the church prayer book and bible society, "to secure their assistance in the distribution of literature, counteractive ot tlie various aiiti-christian cults at present weakening the life of the church." prohibition zones. Washington, Sept. IL',- l're-;i(leiit Wilson 'today signid the resolution passed by congress cinpov.piing liini to establish prohibition zones around shipyards, munition factories and other war industries. Detective Lohb. of the mounted police, made a clean-up this week of Germans ihat have been found iu nos-session of fire arms. This morning he secured convictions before Supl. Pennefather in seven cases. William Budesheim, six miles east of the city was fined ?]00 and costs for having a rifle and revolver. Karl Kurce and his family at Diamond City, The Lennox Torrid Zone Steel Furnace Are so constructed as! to he the most powerful heatei's ever known. The reason is that the size of the fire pot merely determines its capacity lo burn fuel; it is the size of the radiating surface ot the furnace which determines its capacity to radiate heat into the liouao ^ from the fuel used. Smoke "r gas is only fuel iu another form and can be consumed when jlierc is a blase of heated air admitted to the fire chamber above fire. This air, admitted above the fire, beiug charged with oxygen and mixing with the smoke and other gases, creates perfect combustion, which could not bo obtained if the air had been admitted through a bed of coals. To examine this furnace ^yill convince you it is the one you want. FOR SALE AND INSTALLED BY THE 5I,|. HART HARDWARE Co 418 13TH STREET NORTH PHONE 1294 ADVENTIST GETS RELEASE FROM JA Ca;igary, Sept. 12.--After consider-abla negotiations and exchanging ot letters between the officials of the Seventh Day Adventists, and the Dominion government, Joseph Wagner, sentenced to two years at the Loth-bridge jail, has been released'and is now in service in the medical corps at Sarcee camp. It will be remembered that the Seventh Day Adventists, ot which sect Wagner .was a member, made no objection to working in a non-combatant corps, which concession was granted, hut objected to more than routine work on Saturday, which Is the Sunday of the Adventists. For persisting in his objection Wagner was sentenced to Lethbrldge. Wagner has been released from his sentence. In the meantime, however, three other inembers ot the church have been sentenced to like punishment and are now at LeUibridge, Similar efforts are being made lo secure the release ot these men. GOYT. RESEATED Archangel, Seipt. 12.-After conferences with the 'entente allied diplomatic and mjlltnry chiefs, the Tscliai-yoaky provisional government, which rocently was overthrown, was reseated today and will continue to direct Ihe afalta in the region of the north WKih the advlstR Cf the isinr:% BERLIN THE ALUES! FOLLOW THE ADVANCE OF OUR VICTORIOUS ARMIES IN FRANCE. SEE FOR YOURSELF HOW THE CANADIANS, THE BRITISH, THE FRENCH AND THE YANKS ARE BEATING THE GERMANS BACK TOWARDS THE RHINE. GET A GOOD WAR MAP. ^ 4-PAGE WAR MAP For "Heredd" Readers The Herald has cbtained, for exclusive publication in Lethridge, a large map of the Western Front, showing all towns and villages, rivers canals and woods where the Allies are fighting now and where they will be fighting until they have driven the German beast bacif to his lair. This map has been divided into four sections, each section the size of a full newspaper page and arranged so the four sectionscan be fitted together into one huge map. the First Section Next Saturday The first page, showing the lines in Flanders and Picardy where the greatest battle of the war is now raging, will appear next Saturday, September 14, in Do Not Miss This Map Do Not Forget the Date 6?5996 2 ;