Winnipeg Free Press (Newspaper) - May 26, 1915, Winnipeg, Manitoba ONLY MORNING NEWSPAPER IN HER FORECAST PROBABLE Yesterday to 7 68. CHANCELLOR OF EXCHEQUER a v j II 1 iiii Sun Moon 0 UNIONISTS MEMBERS STRONG Announcement Made all ccn last and Grey at Former J. First Lord ot the George Becomes fitst Minister ot Reginald McKenna Has Important ot Chancellor ot Exchequer r MINISTER OF MUNITIONS 3-hf: LIBERALS Herbert H. Sir Stanley Earl of Reginald gix John Sir Edward David Lloyd Walter Winston Augustine Thomas McKinnon Lewis UNIONISTS Lord Andrew Sonar Austen Arthur Walter W. Long. Lord Sir Edward Arthur TROOPS CANADIAN CASUALTIES Navy and Aircraft Raid of Latter Promptly Countered by Army TWO ARMY MOVEMENTS Rome Bulletin Indicates ward March of Troops Fore- stall Von May 25. Austria has truck first with her navy and 3tay casualty lists issued from the militia ment tonight contained 53 of whom eight were killed in action find died of Five men are missing and two are prisoners of The lists also report one two one of whom is fering from gas and thirty LLOYD Who Vacates Chancellorship for Im- portant New Post in New Coalition TO RON Service oil Winnipeg to Moncton Railway to be Inaugurated on June 1. Three First-Class Passenger Trains to Run J Proas i May Arrangement for the operation by the of 'the National railway from to Moncton together with the Grand Trunk Fa branch lino from Superior June tion to the head of the on been und F. P. vvith the other officials of the Inter- raft Italy's east Italy countered by a body of troops across he northeastern frontier and ng a stretch of territory alone the River hough von who has a reputation for foro- is reported to be in com- mand of tlie troops along tho new in a has forestalled Rome officially announces that Italians have occupied a ot comparatively important towns lave compelled Austrians to re- in the of the newest phase of tlie widened European which being appeals to sated by tho seemingly unending struggle in the other theatres ot the wai The rapid stroke of the Iv army would seem to bespeak a lonr out what th of the allied con tended months that Italy woul throw in her lot with the entent anil was only waiting far an tune Rome's first bulletin dealing with tho movements ot the army indicates Prisoner of Warl In 298 Lansdowne T 484 River Fort TENTH In Alta. FIFTEENTH Killed in LIEUT. ARTHUR 13DWARD, Cherokee SIXTEENTH Killed in May WARD LIEUT M. NINETEENTH Dangerously LIONEL and PRINCESS 1 SEVENTH HARRY -S j EIGHTH England reported TENTH Killed In 207 Seventeenth avenue east. CECIL Parry Saint Genevieve DAVID South THIRTEENTH Killed In April Died of laud May ALLIES ADVANCE NORTH Capture Important Trench Enemy Defended For Fifteen i GAS CLOUD 40 FEET HIGH Precautions Nullified Effect of Poisonous Struggle Along HARRY Montreal Died of DONALD Bank of LIEUT. JAMES WALTER N NINE LIST Slay 25 following list of casualties was issued at 0 FIFTH Wounded COM: JOB CLIFTON Dangerously LIEUT Private CRAWFORD Edinburgh HAYNES R on News of the Day LORD HIGH CHANCELLOR took place yesterday at the sittings of the Railway Com- mission between W B the ot the Grain ex- change arad the Gram on the mo ease or lates between the head of the lakes and eastern The toi left over Page S Startling evidence given before TDj William A that two movements on to the the the other through Fi ostensibly Trieste and the Istrian one ot tho cowns occupied the is only about ten unties Inland from the Commission chief lie eaid that received the The neir first tern ui front to has j. in the old of munitions in the new The constitution of the new cabinet e minister and first lord ot the tr DP 8 Flesh et loot ot get oi ody as of rb lo Minister without of the Curzon of KaSSor of exchequer Reginald Secretary of state for home affairs A. of state for foreign Edward Secretary for the Secretary for Austen Secretary of state for T. Lloyd First lord of the Arthur J. President of the board of Walter President of- the local government Long. Chancellor ot tlie Duchy of Spencer Churchill Chief secretary for LLIl be under the encv of W. B. formerly of the CPR The third from of the I. C. E. The headquarters will bo- at Fort Services between On tho western division Fort William and three first-class passenger trams will run each while trains will fee run on alternate On the eastern part of the service passenger and a inaugurated between Quebec a distance of and The at W U odate the A bi-weekly each way will also be VUL between Quebec and so that Quebec will be at into a drr canal lio of tly ero et TV worKs Une for McKinnon of the board of commissioner of of the board of Redmond Refused Hie official announcement on Ww cabinet place in cabinet was John the Irish National but he did his clear accept it. prime minister has decide a new shall the official statement from ignores gives details of tho Austrian swoon the Italian enumerating the damage em- the resist Claim to Have Sunk Slay 25 official com- today says Helgoland and boat destroyers encountered two Italian boat near one of which nut the other of which struck by a shell and compelled to er in a sinking condition Zo men of the crew of the Italian ing- its commander but the work of rescue was by the approach of two Italian which fired from a range of metres In the ensuing skirmish our destroyer Csepel was slightly but the Helgoland and the other returned th with apparent success and then retired out of i ange Dentist Was German Italian via Chiasso to Brought vith northern A bi-weekly was in touch with William Sail during the of the public registered in hotel undei an assumed name lio went to see Salt Page The of Canada tUio have it Ottawa today mse that bo adopted with the unemployment Page 13 TDr a B Wilson or accepts rarf to Tot on to church gation headed by Hon. Edward Brown and Dr asks Presbytery to 10- fuse Personnel ot coalition Cabinet was announced at London lost and one Laboi have accepted Page 1. St Boniface council was Informed tost night that the Provencher matter would remain in abeyance until Waugh and Mayor re- tuin from the east Pago o May report received from Field Marshal Sir John under date of May 25, of our line east of which were lost yesterday ng the enemy's gas have not yet been The amount of 336 used was greater than on any a front of five gas was emitted from ders period of four and a half and at the same time our line was bombarded with ating The gas cloud in places forty feet high from the of the line remained in- tact throughout the and our men have demonstrated with dus form of attack can be met and May issued by the war office night announces that important pro gress hafa been made by the allies to tho north of and that one o the German trenches in neighborhood of for the session of which fighting has going on for moie than two weeks has The text is a the of Arras oui attack today resulted in important pro To the ol Angres of La m of we carried the salient of a enemy work caller ui me same our took by assault Geirnan work which was strongly to tho 011 the east or the road from to we have captured on a front ot one kilometre of a he whole ot a great where the enemy has been for fifteen NO. 279. IN CLOSE TOUGH WITH SALT DURING INQUIRY Evidence of W. Before Royal Commission Architect Sent Witness to Where He tered Under Alias REGINALD Who Succeeds David Lloyd Georg in Important Position in New Coalition TURKISH LOSSES IN Ask Suspension of Hostilities Bury Make Con Correspondent of London Paper Places Losses of Enemy as High as Eighty May ations the Dardanelles are in official statement given SIR STANLEY Who Succeeds Haldane to Important Post Relations Page 13 Paris official resort tells of capture of Important trench May 25 are coming to the extent of the north of Aims after encounter Sir French tells of free of poisonous by Page l There was a big slump on the New Yoik stock exchange being BO per cent down compared the previous day Page 11 B Clement was nominated for election to the Provincial Legislature at an enthusiastic convention of don Liberals last night Page 1 Lady is first of BRANDON LIBERALS Unanimously Selected at En Be Elected by Man May 25 a great Liberal convention here tonight S. E. Clement was chosen as Liberal for the seat left vacant by Hon. G. R. In the provincial regaining Lady AiKins is y espionage system in Italy Educational formed A has just in connection ervice also goes into effect between Hearst and and a weekly between Hearst and Graham As for the far eastern section ar trains are now running between there is no in- tention at present to -a nor is it tnat a service will be inaugurated until the wheat next fall at The trams have been put on merely to the public along the and to tain quality of the traffic If the latter warrants changes will later be made in the Road in Fine The officials all returned pressed with the excellent condition of the and the richness of much of the country through it From a point 200 west df through the clay belt of Northern even into Quebec there is scarcely a place not been to some extent From to La Tuque the country is well The road also passes through several good round all tne A striking example beeen revealed at Milan Rudolf a native of had been for three years a dentist assistant at He was a poor dentist but an excellent and mado con- stant excursions into the mountains along the Italian He was recalled to to do military service and was When between Austria he wiole a hospital to a that documents left in his be forwarded to him They by the authorities Im- and in Page the west of the same road wo made very appreciable progress n the ravine of the Fond de Buva access to which the artillery of at Angres and the organization which strong had prevented have gained some ground to the west ot the of the front there is nothing Heavy Fighting Along May official statement was issued by eral the whole Dubysa from following information baa been from the general of- licer commanding the Mediterranean expeditionary May 21, first French di- vision made considerable progress are now close to the Turkish the 22nd, the made a determined attack against the left of the p.m. They gained a temporary but a strong counter at once drove the with the loss of over 500 A number of prisoners were Agreement May 23, the Turks asked and an agreement was lor a Chief Justice Mathers Says Elliott Was Very Credulous or Was Very Uncandid in March white William Salt was being sought by the public counts committee the Manitoba V W. Horwood was in regular communication with the The provincial in sent an envoy to Chicago to bring Salt back to but sent a telegram at the last moment saying he need not William A. chief ment inspector the new parliament was the envoy in He told the royal commission a startling story about the missing and Hon. George R. ex- minister of He testified that during the week ending March 27 Horwood sent him td for the purpose of looking up Salt and telling him that his presence was re- quired before the public accounts with of the Australian hostilities opposite and Hew Zealand the village of Double to the of on the sharp ing occurred on the 23rd and 34th and of the Vistula in the Opatow region the fighting con- the enemy having received re- to organise Wesley College Women pleased with reception them by Premier Nome when were advanced by a delegation Page 6 Recent heavy jn the in considerable the Allies heavy losses Turks Page 1. Arrangements have been completed for operating the Winnipeg to line and it will be inaugurated June J. include planed to Page l H J of of Mr. Clement and J. W. Fleming were submitted to tne Both had a strong mg and on the ballots being declared In favor of he oil the motion of Mi. given the by acclamation The city hall was crowded with a most enthusiastic gathering of als under the presidency of Dr J At the Dr. son reminded the audience that the meeting was a convention of ant he knew there weit those ent who belonged to the opposite party All that he desired those men to do was to be men and fiom taking pait m the business ot that on Page Twelve ARTHUR Well known Labor who is president of the Board of Education in the Rented by for Thomas Kelly Page 8 men suspected of bavins been implicated in the robbery of Snook placed under arrest in an for have greatly gestion at the port of Pago 3 Crops in Saskatchewan fairly good pi to an official bulletin issued Page i Wheat prices made a decided advance on the Chicago market yesterday On the the ballot being made known and a motion by Mr Fleming that the nomination be made there was a great display of Candidate Addresses In a short speech Mi Clement re- minded the audience that it was since they had put up a fight for clean government in this province but the regime of the Rob 1m party had a disgrace to the Dominion of Canada He believed that with the Liberal m powe Manitoba would have such legislation enacted that would place her in- ad vance of any province m Canada paid a tubute to what he describe on Page Portuguese Premier May resigned the premiership of today on the advice of his n He was premier in the government of the and May 11 he was shot and wounded by Senator WEATHER army corps to enable them to the large of dead lying close to pur Over Turks were killed between May and was a quiet day in the southern arena on 24. The ii conjunction with the British nava made considerable ad vance during with sligh The territorial division als was and our new line Ground Fiercely May Daily Tele- graph's eastern cor- respondent in this estimated that the Turkish losses In the Dardanelles amount to A large number of wounded are now being sent to Smyrna and The Turks have brought up large reinforcements and large numbers of guns of all types against the positions held by the allied troops on the peninsula of Gallipoli in a supreme effort to wrest from them the ground so dearly At one six successive attacks were delivered in one number of. Turkish troops now attacking the positions exceeds The main reserves of this force are kept on the Asiatic side of the and as each at- tack fails fresh troops are quickly across the 'The Turkish neet is also active in his pocket for the inspector set off. The trip was arranged in Elliott's office on the site of the new ment Horwood came to see and proposed that should go for At first Elliott he did not care to but Horwood said he could better than anyone They then went to where Elliott received for his own expenses and the rest for Horwood said Mrs. Salt was to stay in could rejoin her there after giving His is 48-60; 4B-60' 52-60; a 44- 41-72, St. in trying by indirect to shell the positions of the YOUNG GIRL KILLED Struck by Automobile Belonging to North Slay 25. A pad accident occurred about eleven miles from on Sunday 72 46-72 46-60 42-62 38-68; St. OCEAN Arrived at New afternoon when Alma a young girl of 14 was killed by an driven by o farmer of the Portal The young with two wai walking along tho trail and when overtaken toy the stepped to one side and Alma Bloom to the but she later tried to cross her companions when sue was struck in the Her back was She lived but a investigation is being 4 1 While Elliott was on His way down to Horwood to call Salt up on the long distance At Minneapolis Elliott Salt at the La Salle When arrived at Chicago he took a room at a and addressed a note to Salt at the La Salle asking him to call at his waited up for him until 2 but Salt did net show on the morning Elliott walked over to the La alt was not and hie note had not been Tho remembered that Elliott's telegram from Minneapolis had been This indicating that Salt called at the hotel for his in- Elliott to go back to his hotel and with his came to see him about He told them things were going in and drawing Salt into the cor- asked him to return and evidence before 'the He told Salt that figures in his book had been and if he could stand by them it would help the Salt said nothing about the He to return to It was therefore arranged that the two should go back by the Burlington to Minneapolis next But when Elliott met him at the railway station he said he had received a and did not need to go So surmising that the message came from came home MC f f Winnipeg Page 10 land seems to be taken to be called the ministry of on nue on WALTER HUME LONG. AUSTEN CHAMBERLAIN ANDREW BONAR LAW ARTHUR J.