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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 13, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta .VOI.UMIi X. U, ALBERTA, THURSDAY, SKPTKMBKIl NUMBER 232 GENERAL KORNILOFF IS REPORTED TO HAVE SURRENDERED BUI THE I Tewgrapuic'Cricf; Swedish Minister Says Gort. Had Too Much Failh in the Germans Rioting In Houses iind Stores 'Destroyed JIORE BOMB RAIDS. Sen. nartl aircraft on- Tuesday end Wednesday dropped Etwal loos of bombs on Ger- man military establishments In Bel- glum, hitting their objectives Bsci causing heavy eiplosloos. EXPORTATION POWER .Ottawa, Sept. Henry Dray- ton, chairman of the bean] of railway commissioners'for Canada; bas been appointed by the federal government royal to conduct an la- vcsligatlou ol the exportation lalo the United Slates ot power secerned al Niagara Kails, Ontario. DARING'ROBBERY. St. I.ouls, Mo, Sept. cut- ting al[ wires leadlag froui Sullivan, flllyTlvQ miles southeast of hero, four autoEnobllo early today locked the two town niarBtials ted a London Sept. Dally Mall operator In a box" car, rodo today publishes an Interview Us cor- Ilirourli th> town tlrJnE'EUns to raako rcspondcni had In Stockholm HJalmar Eranllne, In which the ocmi-1 1st leader iisserts his belief Ilial For- robueil the postofflce anil euaped. nlgn Minister Llnllman was Hot In. formed ot the custom of tho Swedish minister at fluc-nos Alria, pcrmllllns Monte San Gabrielle Slill Point of Contest on the Italian Front Auslrians Claim Losses of Ital- ians Are Over Quarter of a Million Udinc, llaly, Sept. and Anslm-Hungarlans arc engaged In bil- wHh citizens lo slay Indoors, blew (ha safe for possession of Montq. :cinl-1 01 Hie J'copJo's Dink San Oabrlcle. on Hie Jsonto front. A VISCOUNT READING HERE. bulletin Issued yesterday liy Gen. Cadorsa, menttonltiR Monte Kan Gab- rlc-lc lor tlio first time reveals that In- _.____......... _________ Washington, Sept. tcnac tlshtlns for possession German cipher messages to pass Heading, lord chief Justice of Kneland, has bsen going on since the laX- oueh Uio legation wlllioul troubling to decipher. "llenco we became Involved lu a fcandal of Llie first order ILrough blind confidence fli M. Bcunll'jg Is quoted aa saying. "Sweden's deslro to servo tias been rewarded by shame- ful disloyalty. Our fault lias been enormous more. "The GcrnVms rail us 'dumeii Scbwcden' (silly This colos- sal blunder proves that they truly- es- timated lue Intelligence of our mlnis- ters. "All parlies here uhlto In repudiat- ing ministers who have, made us play, a ridiculous part, but ivo cannot com- plain ol any measures (alien liy the a-1 lies whilo have ministers capable oi such stupidity." Bitter Comment Stockholm. Sept. Consor- Talivo newspayen Drifjblari prints a nlller editorial on the slalements in the British anil American press con- cerning tlie Luxbure affair. The news- paper says: "Tlie Larragc fire from Ixindon and NeviYork editors will tall entirely lo frighten Sweden out of lls-lioutralily." The SvcnsUa Dagblailet resents Ts-hatlt Icrms "Inlerfcrcnce. In Swedish domestic aud says the al- 3lei] press Is ulllUiug llie present diffi- culties as propaganda for tlie-forma- tlon of a party." The news- paper adds: "AlUallcmpts lo -dllferenliale be- tween a criminal government and a de- .celved pconie ID this caso are doomed lo disappointment. All hints as lo how v.c aro lo group cur pclitlcal par- lies veil! not afl'ect us." Rioting in Argentine Buenos Aires, Sepl. riot- ing vvlilch liccan hero late yesterday In nntl German demonstrations con- tinued throughout the night, livery German hlwiness house ond resinur- nnt In the downlovvn business district wrecked. The German Club nmi olher buildings vero damaged seriously by (Ire. Tlie police wounded Rovoral rioters seriously when Ihey fircd inld the crowd. Three of Ihe injured arc expected lo die ageable thai tlie police closed all Uic ulreels leading to the German lega- tion nnd consulate. The archives in these buildings taken to the slor- nzo vaults for safe keeping. Firemen ,-irmed with rifles, prevented.'llie mob destroying the offices of tlii Ger- man' Tram-Atlantic Company, which supplies the, city's llslit- Heavy forces of provincial troops am ettrtrd- IIIG the.railway over which Goiman- Jllnl'itcr tnxburg will arrive this morning. Tho caulnct'lalc lasl night approved tho action of tho president In present- Ing passporla lo Count Ijiixliurg. II Is said lo Imvo considered similar ac- lion In Iho caso of Haron I.ocwen, Iho Swedish minister but no action will bo taken pe'ndlnB the receipt of fur- ther details from Washington and Stockholm. The Argentine foreign nlclilcr al -midnight made public .Iho following "The government has proved Ino ipzls ol the Luihurg IclcRrama ami 1n consequence has Ihe following to Berlin: "'Argentine Minister plcaso deliver to the German government Iho follow- ing: "'The Argentine government has recognized nnd valued highly Iho exalted manner In which tho noverit- mnnt of Germany hns solved In ample terma all Ihe Argentina claims, _hut must inform Iho German government Mmt nccniise of Iho teals oJ Minister Luxhurg's telegrams which hare hcfin f' 'published, ho has ceased to bo per- sona grain find In consequence IhTs government has delivered to him hla paasporls.'" CANNOT KEMOVB FRUIT EMBARGO OllftTva, Sept. a dispatch from Iho colonial received by Ihe government, reject la express- thai It la Impossible for him Id reached IJils country yesterday on a Epecial mission relating lo fin- ance, calleJ on Secretary McAdoo, o( tho Unlled Slater today, pro- sentcU his credentials' and remained aa hour In conference -with him. CONTROL MEAT PACKERS Washington, Sepl. Government regulation of tlie meat packing Indus- try will bo. ihe next-move ol.tUe food lnlslrntton. A voluntary offer of rcpresGTilalivea of the packers to put Ihelr plants under a system bas been made to Herbert1 Hoover. "DRY" VOTE IN QUEBEC Montreal, Sept. 13- Misslssnuoi county. Quo., "went dry" yesterday, when the Canada Temperance Act was carried by a majority o( l-r1aO. The lull vote ta not ubliriQaGla. Tlie effect ol yesterday's voting will "be the cJosIng of over LwcnLy holele and a number ot relnil liquor shops on the first ol May. ISIS. BURN. Scraulon, Sept. tsen locomotives. nearly a half million dollars, wero defilro last nfglit DID roundhouse h'ere of the Lackewaana and Wnlera Railroad. there icon Id be no ser- ious Interruption 61 tHffle, Slrorad .ed'ont U. S. Invention to Aid in .Attaining Air Supremacy New York. Sept. .3---ArucrIcan fn- rcnilve geolus. aided by tho best scientific mind9 of Great Brilain, Franco and Italy, has beta suczias- ttil la developing an airplane onsine which the Unllcd Slates will rely on to establish definite supremacy over her enemies In (ha air, according to a dispatch to Iho Associated Press from The engine, which represents the aklll and handhvork of a score ot engineers, who pooled their sklH anil trade secrets In the war emergency, Is described by Sec- retary Linker as having in Its test exceeded the highest liojios aod ex- pectations or all war department ol- JJclals. The "liberty motor" has been de- signed siwclrically .rlth a view to Its production In quantities, and posses- sea tlio prescribed requisites of pow- er, speed, serviceability, minimum weight and adaptability to rapl-.l ductlon. Tho model which hag prov- ed Us value.la numerous severe tests combines the aiost valuable features of the European machines. v Secretary Daker that (lift motor has Leun found by expert engineers and army officers lo bo so satisfactory that the work of organ- izing Industry for manufacture has already begun and (hat deliveries may soon be expected. U. S. ARTILLERY MKX AT FRONT Challenge From Front to Forward Reinforcements AmDrlcan Training Camp In Franco, Sepl. (Uy the Associated 1'rcss.) largo ot Amorlcan ar- lIHep- has- Joined tLe cspcdltloiiary army anil Is well along ils Inten- sive trninfng under French supcrvls- ry Jnslructlon. Hitherto the arrival t (he arllllcry contingent lias been artfully guarded aud lo lenMon (ho tact has just been given, 'he Atiierican artillery men are using he latest ruoiels of the Tamous 'rencn 75's and also six-Inch hon-it- .crs. Receipts Almost Sufficient fo Pay Expenditure Including War Bills Ottawa, Sepl. the first five months of (lie fiscal year, tho domln- Ai lirsl the crowds ivcrc so unman- lot) a tnlnl rCTemie'or an Jncrcasc 0[ over Ihe same period of last year. Ordinary expenditure Including: Interest on var loans, amounted to or a bo ill the same an for the similar period last year. Cap.Ul expendi- ture was less than that of Itst year by both receipts capital ami ordinary accounts, the period 5n quest Jon-'show's o[ orer these expenditures. amoiintlriK Lo For the five monlhs.lh'n war expenditure Tho revenues, are about olent to met1.1 all eipendlttires In Jnrludlnff war expendi- ;urc. The overseas" uraT'expenditure arrnnged (or with 'Imperial [reaaury in London, Ing ol MoMe the tup of Monte San Gab- rlcle not yet captured the Italians ape novf firmly cslaWIshed just under the crest and out or. range of Austrian artillery firo. The Aus- trian resistance lias been of a most desperate character and there have lieen heavy losses on both sides. Fierce Baltte Home, Sept. bailie be- i-een Austrlans and Italians for pos-, session of Monte San Gabrlcle is wag- ing- furJoush' acconllaR lo Ihe olfirlal Blatoment issued today by tlic Ital- ian war department- New Austrian forces yesterday renewed their at- tempts to dislodge the Italians from tho slopes of tho lieSgM, but after ad- Tancfng at a few points tliej' were slopped by the main Italian line. A Big Claim. Vienna, Sept. The Kalian losses in the eleventh Js- onzo says an official state- ment Issued today by the Austrian war office, "have reached almost a Quarter of B. million, including, pflsoncrs." Frtnch Report. Paris, Kept. the region of Dlxscrioete on the Belgian front, says, the offitlal statement by the French war department, there was a 'violent artillery bombardment last night. The French guns checked In- fanfry attaclts south of Jurencourt. In the Chanipaene, Gbrraan .raids on the French trencnes were repulsed. On Russian Front. Pclrograd, Sept. Ari ofliclal statement- Issued today by the Russian war department Hays: "On the norUiern Russian front our advance parties after desperate fight- ing yesterday occupied Masoua, south of Lake Vlaouda, and are fortifying Ihe line of Sckcroten-SIIamayn. On the rest of Oils front there were lus- iiadcs. X'o reports Imvo been receiv- ed from tlic Rumanian and aoulliwes tern fronls." Report- IlcrUn, Sept. cavalrr posl3 ib Ihe south 4rf on llie northern Tlusian front yesterday vilhrtretv strong JInssian the of- announcement Issued today by the Gem an general headquarters Toronto, Sept. we hare to yield one inch of tho Canadian front tbat lias coat us so much lo claim, our men out there will have but one an- swer, for they will say Ibal thosa at home have descried us." This message Is a challenge- to all Canadians by Sir Arthur Currle, com- Taking into account mil give n favorable to the re- nuest from Canada for Ihe removal f.-r IbO embargo against Onnrullan frull In tho United Klngtlom. IMfflcultlca ef ffnanca and fonn; _ niflJco 1L jicccasarj thai Ihe whole of Iho resources of Great be de- voted to .malntatn (ho supply1 of cs foodslulff. BANK CLEARINGS. This -week 7nl.B72 Laat year......... fncreaso 33 Trinity Methodist cliurch on what he saw In Kngland and France on his re- cent visit. "Politics would dlo in Canada If men hail an said Col. Williams, quoting the statement nf Sir Wilfrid Laurier lie said was true (hat If Germany won nothing cisa mander in chief ot the Canadians In j would nutter to us. Tho speaker told 'ranee to lea-. Canadian people1 of seeing the British women engaged Iirougfi Lieutenant Colonel C. E. i In wheeling flour, acting as policemen, Yllllams, formerly cbteE recruiting ot street car conductors and in fact in fleer for Canada, Col. Williams last almost every HUB of work they word night addressed a large audience in (active. The C.N.R. Hffl Go Over in SeniU ITntit-Next Ottawa, SepL 13.-f-There_ia ._ In seasion until it goes but of .existence on October 7i Liberal opposition in the attempt to hbid up the War Times Election. act which will lie ready for Lhe con at deration oC the upper chamber by Saturday. Three or four days will probably, siiffice for the bill In llie upper' house 'and other work which will be left fo be done af- ter the end of this weefc can be dlspos ed of in a day or two. It IsT probable that (.lie senate will not attempt tc dis pose of the new railway act but that it will go over for final consideration bv the upper house neil'-sesslon. Pro- rpfjallon may be expecled towards the end of next week. There will bo a poEllion fo have the house rise net lat- er than Friday EO that- rnenihers can he home for Ihe weelv end. Many of those who live at a distance are al- ready departing ami it, Is likely that but a baro quorum will remain tn the capital [or the final ceremonies. Cab' Inet reconstruction )s eipectcfl nfler prorogation. Formal 'dissolution of parliament will not likely occu.' until the lallcr part of the first woet of Oc tober. STILL DEPORTTXG BELGIAN CITIZENS Havre, Sept. removal of the civilian population of Bel- gium continues, according to ad- vices The town of Routers, immediately behind the battle line in Flanders, has been evacuated completely. Ostend Is being emptied gradually and two thousand persom already have been sent from Courlrai. Many of the Inhabitants of Ber- laer have-been forcibly taken to Turcping to work' on the defen-, the Inhabitants" dlnge, Flanders, rich and poor have been made to work on military J OUnwa, Sepl, 13.A sapplemenl to the Canada Gazctla of Saturday last has been (suued containtnp alJon gfvJng effect Jn tho prohibition by imperial govern- ment of trading with firms and persona In various counlrles of enemy nalJon- allty or association. The names of the firms and persona Included in (he list number several Ihousand, the major- ity belonging to countries -of South America. Winnipeg, Sepl. on the francntsc lilll the Manitoba Free Press thinks that a measure more Jast In Its terms and wiser in Its application to tho war-lime c dltfons could have been drafted. "Thero Is something lo bo aaya the Free Tress, "in support ot Vllleneuvc Declares' That Can- ada Should Raise Flag of a Republic Believe Big Sum Flared at Bri Iain's Disposal to Buy in Canada Montreal, Sept. IB under- stood that negotiations to liavc a credit oC for imperial pur- chases of moaLa, lacon, etc., In Can- ada, are now In iirogrcss. The slatcment of the minister.of 'innnco a few days ago thai Jar credits to Great Britain would have Lo be arranged If Canada was to m lain Us export trade was followitf at tho beginning of the week by a con- ference between the minister apd representatives of the bonks. The credit. If It'.ls ranged, ivould probably spread OTCT a fairly long period, as the reaourcei of Ihe barifcs are-already pretty-Tel! lafccn up with financing the ordinary business of the country, [n addition (o the special business placed through the munitions board. ON SEA FOR X WEEKS Montreal, Sept, 12 -The scrlplionlst oratory of Villen- euvo came lo n sudJcn termination to- night. A I'DW rainules after he had ad- dresseil a gathering of anils In tfline Park In very Inflammatory words he was quietly arresled and taken away without any disturbance at tlic meeting. It was not for speech tonight thai VllleneuvD was [akcn tody by Ibc authorities but for prev- ious addresses, though his address to- night was specially violent. He said that when Lite time ripe It would be far better for the Canadian people- to raise the flaming flag of a free re- public over the parliament hmMtnga at Ottawa than, to slay under the tyranny of Die Union Jack. Men of the First Class Urged To Be Examined Immediately Ollftfva, tribunal under Ihe lerms ot tho MIHUry Ser- vice. Act must bo fcypvlnted hy Sep- tember 30, An orrWf-ln-cirrtdl to this effect hss If up- pofnlmenls by dmic mentioned, the Tnt.tk.ff ot jaitlce h empowered under tbe lo fill the rflcancles. The rasslng of tKe ordct-ln-conncll IndlcfiUoTi that tM fttit call for recruits will bened noon; There still remain a points to be determined heforft the order calling the first C.SSB Is piiblfshcrtV frnt ercry cflorl Is being mady (o ft void post- ponement. Be W9W. Men'coming wIlMrl Ae lint cluss are ignln urged by-LM aer- vice hoard to submit themselves for examination to the medical boards which will aliortlv bo established In nil the leading centres rf'popnbtlon, Xo recruit, It (4 pointed out, nmt be under any apprehension Ihat he will he certified fit nnle.u he Is able lo pass Lhe same slrtct lests' that ore Imposed OB volanlceri. The military authorities have no wish to Uke unfit men Into the army. kThe H mete' ties ly tbat Ihe authorities nay oMalo a reliable estimate of Ihe number' of physically fit men com teg within the clas'd. With a .view lo explaining .the exact scopo of tho act, leaflets are In prep- aration he senl broadcasL They will Indicate the nccessfty for early enrollment and on what exemption nfay be obtained. NO ITALIAN LOSSES Rome, Sepl. Is officially aiy noUQced that during tho week ending September no Italian ship was lost as the result.of submarine or by striking inines. Japanese Survivors of Wreckec Ship Terrible Experience Ikeila Bay, Queen Charlolte I el Binds Sept- 13. A mining lifeboat contain lnp (he captain and sixteen men of ib Japancso steamer Kotohlra Mam 'ir rived here yesterday aflernoon. Fu nearly six weeks they had teon toss Ing about on the North Pacific some of the party were In a, bad stal phygfcally. The KolohJra Mnm wag wrecked o July 27 on Ihe'coaat of Amcbitka, on of the Aleutian There were SO in tho crew which leli Ihe wreck 1 IhTce All we're well'prov Sioncd aotl It turns out that not single man was losl. t 'Two days ago second office Tcllii 32 'men readied SeaLlle, the captain and chief officer at HIR head of IJiii party .which .airlved here yesterday. They traTclled more than miles along the coast be- fore making jwrt here.' The party of 17 will leave here Lortiorrow for Van- couver, later they will embark for Japan. Tesae. was owned by Milaui and el rograd Reports Rebel Anny Has Surrendered to Keren- sky and Revolt Crushed the Tle> that citizens or enemy origin vita are not cipcclcd to light should not bo permitted lo lake' part In an election which Is being held lo decide iriietftcr or not Canada will put forth renewed and Increased clforla to defeat their fatherlands. A generous poKcf of confidence In (nefie electors might, however, have Justified Itself. "Nothing In our judgment would tiring BO much additional strength to Ihe cause ol the war as the adoption of the provincial franchise provisions affecting women with adjustments la meet the naturalization. difficulties to which Sir nobcrt Dordcn draws attention. This would enfranchise the women of fire provinces: British Col-umbll, Alborta, Saskatchewan, Manitoba pud Ontario. To the olher pror-inces Ihe provisions In the government's fid enfranchising the women relatlrea ot men overseas might Jtistlr'p.nplr." Vandals Deliberately Fired and City St. 10. (Correspondence ot the Associated The Germans, according lo Iho French claims not only deliberately caused (he firca thai have partially ruined the htau-tllul and 'famous cc.thedral of SI. Quentht, ,bnt pillaged thn beforo Iher set fire lo n pnrt of it. The vandalism Is laid lo the door ol offlcera and soldiers ol 117th regiments nf the 25th Herman division, and, more or less directly- to the commanders of theso unlls, Colonol Kllas, Klotz anil General Von Scharfensteln, are charged with having ordsred a systematic, pllligo of St. Quenlls ai soon as they entered the city. Officers, wllh soldiers lo do heavy wort, irfflt abaut Ihe cllr, It Is claimed, and carried off fnrnlliire, sll-verwaic, valuable plclurc3, and shipped Ihem to Gcrnnny. They oven took safei tilled wllh valuables and did 11 openly, piling them on to vios.ta-BJiaday.- The oKlceri aod of soldiers were observed, It In saM, 03 they attempted lo steal strong boxes from a bank. Tlic troops worked under orders lo establish a depot for loot on the route lo Camhraf whero "flnds'j from various towns were conccnlral-ed, The soldiers received (nglntcl-lons In Inke anything they pleased or tuut .vahiffbfc, and in consequence, have. "cleared (he: city of St. Qucnlln as well' as countless smaller places. Numberless. men. on furlough are said to have gone back to Ihelr homca laden with loot, i Nor has money been overlooked In Ihe vandal hunt. soldier of the 116th regiment Is supposed to.- uncovered thirty thoirtand add lo have approprlulen.il while sinaller snms are missing from .a number of homes. Today there remains hi 3t, Quentin homes only broken and worthless furniture. Everything' et vklu kai oecn carried away. I; MARKETS Spring Whtat Ml Spot Oita My4 Barley Ill Oetaiar Flax Low i. Fair ona1 iercnsky Has Apparently Sue- Aeeded In Once More Unit- ing His Forces Pftrograd, Sept. heleff, minister of labor In the Kerensky cabinet and member of the council of workmen's and 10 announced through ths official Russian agency that Gen. venture had collapsed ?nd the army al his'headquarten had surrendered, Hat Collapied. Pelrograd, Sept. td n official statement Just Gen- ral KornlloJTE attempt scorns to ollapscd and there la no longer any eason to fear a collision uetween tha wo forces. Often lo Surrender x London, Sept. Kornl-'. off, former cooimander in chief of the' Russian armies and leader ot Lhe re- lelllon against the provisional govcru- dent, expressed a willingneas to aur-. enficr on certain terms, says a dis- patch from Pelrograd lo the Kichahge 'elegTaph The provisional [overnnient, however, demands bit ;onditional surrender. Report, a Claih- Stocktolm, Kent' reports ot dCTelopmenU n Russia were received here tonight ly Vay'of Koparnnda. TraTellers ar- rirlng at that Swedish Tillage from 'etrograd report that an engagement aa occurred between the -forces oC Gen.-Kornlloff and part ot Premier iterensliy's troops near, Luga. This; soldiers Trere defeated according to this infonnatlon, retlrinr; on the capital and destroying a bridge nenr Petrograd-to-slem pnrauit... ._ Gen.-KorBilorf la Mid 'o TC- lesicd Michael V. Rbdzlanko, tor- mcr president of the Dam a, to form government -J. Moscow. Shooting In Petroprad while the train was leaving the elal-k Ion. Part of Premier Kerenaky'j. Lroopa were said to have jolted Gen. Kornlloff. On the other hand, the conserrtllTe Hufuidstadblatdet of Helaingfora', FlTiland, .yesle.-day reported, that Premier Kerensky was the upper band and that troops at tbe front were Joining the government. Turn Them Back, PelTORrad, Sept. division of General KornllolTi forces of Moslem troopi.baj reached 3lft, fifteen mUes louth of Pet- roRTQd. Kngngheft, loyal Moham- medcn officer, WM wnl to wi'Ji them and they agreed to abandon re- sistance to the proy.sloml gOTem- ment on condition tnit they home to the Cancasua, they must opt bs omiloyed aflalnit. Turks, thetr co-rellRlonlgtB, Kerenalty agreed lo the KornHoff Town. PetTOBrad, Septi thirteen mJles south soathweat ot Pet- occupied by ths forres ot General Komltoff after it had been by government troops, Gen. commander of the troops defending told Ihe Associated Press today. An- other Kornllolf force Is thirty-four miles south of Petrograd In the dfrec-, lion of Tsanikce-Sefo. Genera] Kri- of the KorsiloH troops, Is at Luga, ninety Muth-. west of Petrograd. No RKhtfof occurred so far. General Savonkoft's atatemeqt, first authoritatko one on milt-, lary'slloallon, fDlIowV. r... i "General Krlmoff, commander "of the Komltoff troops, and hlg staff, at No fighting has occurred so :ar. One "part of the Kornfloff 9- twenty versts" Cabout- H soulh of (ftbflut miles south of ThU Includes one savage dlvlBfon aftd Is Jn touch with all our advanced The mon of this division are moitt? slema, who went to the IheJr chiefs lo light the Germans and not to Interfere In Russia's inter- nal affairs. The'orgBn.rera'ol the re-; volt falsely fissared (hem they j gent against (he and1 when tliey discovered they were.real- iy marching they showed discontent. They then begcD. fratemlzInK with onr men. VThe other Koralloff (s ready In which wu evacaaled bccansfl Ihe town, li Apt part of my plan for defense of Petrograd and had there only regiment ot.shkrpthoolers. Men tram. lloin armies are mfrirlag crm- stantlr la Petrbgrsd and we trtt wefl Informed of the mofamenta erf tbe "All the armlet ft( the front tn solid -wtth the gpTeraTnent. Mftrt rtbfl genermli-haye, fey thefr men. I hare sent order, for the trial of the offkert in-wt bf mllllAry-retcJuttoiirt; ;