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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 1, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta THL'HSIUY, XpVI'.XlHKK 1. 1S17 VdU'MK All Made lot Cam- Itelurning Officers Appointee! XEED BIG ARMY OF ENUMERATORS Ottawa, Oct. were is- .calling [or a general M- A. MORRISON President of the Veterans, who has BRITISH Men Examined! I" Advancing Under Gruelling Fire of Huns and in Face of Terrible Conditions FRENCH HAVE SOME LOCAL SUCCESSES Drilish Front In Ilelslum, Ocl. (fly Hie Associated Addition- on .Moailay. December 17, .ipiiobicd collector of customs J al dclalls ot the flchtlug on (Tie lofl NonilDHtlon day ii Viicd Icr Monday. November J5. -Tlili applies to all "conslllucnclea uxccpl Yukon territory ID the Yukon, nomJualion day v.'Ill be 31 anJ tolling day four later, Monday, January 2S. All vrrils are Teturnnblu en February 27, JU1.7. Parliament IE summoned to on llic day following. clccllou .ivill wllbout inr- ellcl In1 Ihc history of Hie'Dominion. The graining ff the franchise ta sold- Jers and sailors and their female relatives at .home has cnlailal the J creation Of new machinery mllliary and nAvaLi.ills will have to be helJ'in Itclpluin, (he hofc. The medical examination board is IrvstEslrjn here tod.iy in the past of fee building, third fliior, and rrany men arc appearing for examination. Capt. Bayficld, chairman of the board, wishes it announced that a telegram was received from headquarters last night, asking ihc board to exam- ine all men who appeared before them whether such men rcg- Ib'tered with the. postmaster or nol- Eighteen men had appeared before the board up till 11 o'clock and of these 11 hed been exam- ined, three being.classed as "A" men. .The medical board is com- posed of Captains Leech, wilh Drs. Con- nor and CraQE of the city. Exemptions applied for til ihe Lcili- iridfc post otflce uji Mil noon today number 2S7 while the applications [or: service ore 81, bringing llio lotal un to 37S. TLe r liaise In llie plans ol The modi-1 cal 'board whereby nil men u( class one presenting themselves will tic ex-1 aiuir.cil promises tut (.lo'.vn work of the exemption boards lo a tfrrat lent. Under (tie new ulan, whidi is belns followed !n tlic eusi. P.ICU nieii- j tally unfit for service will be auto- j malic-ally exempted and the exemption board will nol be required lo make I the decision as would liavc Lcen (lie ease had (lie plan of having only those reporting for service examined before HUEAK WITH HUNS I the exemption hoards started work. lit is estimated that two-thirds of DIG men In. JLh.e brc other Ihan A lucii medically, and these rejected ino 11 will not need lo appear before the coemption boards. of Hit Cnnadiaas ycstcrdny artd to thfc heroism of iho Iroops .who: were EC lit. out tlirousk the morales (he region of (he Lclikerhotcrljcck j iind Padilcbeck rivers to iiustt Uielr MILD [orwaril lo protect tho Canadian Hank. TJiat tlit-y ivcrc able lo move More Than 50 Per Cent Hun Subs have been Sunk London, forty niul M. A. Morrow Receives Ap- pointment to Vacancy in Lcthbridge'1. al nil Is lht> amazing; thing.! fifty -per ccnl- of Ihc German )L is rcporlud tliut some of the men rines oitcralfne In (he Nortli-Sca, the were drowned in Ihc shell holes aii'J Arctic, and Ihc Atlantic.since the be- lionJa ivhlcli caver Uic Many ginning' ot have-been sunk, of the (roops so laugled up iu Ihp 'said Sir ErJc Crudes, i-rst lord ol the mud lhat they had lo ba baulcd oul .admiralty, in "Ibo tiouso ol commons stuck to today. submarines were being sunk to an Inrrcasmg extent. TjuL ihc Germans bulldlnt' llieni faster than llivy had done hitherto. In Scr-lemuer, Eric continued, Uiero was a Heel on llic high scag an increase of- 20 per cent In num- bera and 30 per cent la tonnage of liritisli stips as compared April. adlan. commissioner in Paris. Those 'cast. In'Ihe Untied Kingdom will be counted al the office of Ihc Canadian .Commissioner In L-onilon. MilUary voles'- cas( in Itermuda and Canada-vrlll be counted under the supervision ot the general returning officer al Ottawa, F. O'Connor, It is anticipated thai about live weeks .will elapse beLwcci: polling iluy ami final announcements liy llie general reluming officers as to .Ihe final results Jn nil clcctornlcs. Tho now lioiisc of commons will con- sist of 234 members us compared willi 221 In the parliament. Returning Ollau-a, Nov. "iig ccrs tor the pcncral clecUona haro licen In Saskatchewan, Al- ncTtaJ' i'rillsli Columbia and the Yu- ,...lion as follows: Saskatchewan. Conalltunecy. Returning Officer AssInJbola, A- tirccr, Oxboir, merchant. UallLefonl, G. Bond, UaUlcford, farmer. lluniboldl, It. Nicholson, Kyhnor, farmer. Klntlerslcv, IIaborts, Zcalandla, -farmer. i Mountain, C. L. Campbell, No- London Nov. Exchange Telegraph dispatch .from Copen- hagen says Norway has presented a note lo ln connection with thc sinking ol the Norweg- ian steamships in the convoy of neutral merchsntrr.en which were attacked by German cruisers In the North Sea last month. The note calls attention lo the fact thai a year 390, after the sinking of Norwegian steamships in the Polai Seas, Germany was notified thai the Norwegian people would any new case of the kind as A violation of the laws of humanity- BWFACWEI Italian Army Is Successfully-Hallling With Invading Forces ALL SECTIONS OF ITALY ARE UNITED Washington. Nov. thousand German soldiers, In-- eluding two generals of divis- ions, were Killed In the great battle on tht Balnsirza plateau, according to cabled reports to- day. General Cadcrna Is push- 'T9 reserves rapidly forward wllh every prospect of checking Ihe enemy's advance and British and French support will be Immed- iately roi-lhconiing It was PRISONERS. Berlin, Nov. Austro- German forces Invading Italy have increased the nXimber of prisoners tiAcn 1o_. .more than They 5CO Italian guns. The foregoing information wat officially ,lLc. last quarter the Ger- mnna lost as as they Hit Canadian flank must no protected. menl's Intention or apjiolnllDg an ail- Slorcs Keep Open'Nights IT .Eight Dead V I _ _ _ arc concerned, while appeared Lo lie indifferent, tnerejnfc lures of llic act wliichVa'rp- Important (Veterans Suggest-That All Carv I didates Named spirited along our now positrons ih Belgium ami on the front north of the Aianc. Tlic enemy without success ail attack on our srndW posts north ot the, northwest ,.pf Rhcfms- j. "We made several successful in- cursions to the German lines IJethincourt, southeast ol St. QiienlLn: _ _ TT n in the Champagne, in thc sector .of Drunken Brawl in- POO! Hall- London, Nov. persons killed and others Injured in the German air raid, last nlghl, according to an official statement issued by the British vrar depart- ment. kornla, MacSenzfe, II. A. salesman. Black, Yorklon, Sauafti; in tli'c Argoune, in llic reslsn of Bolantc, and in llie north ul FHrcy. brought baclt 40 prls- j oners nnil Inflicted serious losses on Wlnn.prg. Nov. ttie enemy." Ihfl executive, of Iho .Great War Yet-' eran held 'following resolution was adopted: "Whereas wo arc-bf'tlio opinion, Ibal candidates' for -the -forthcoming j federal elctllon shbiild be 'nouilnnteil n conference nl reprcssntalivcV of all Influential bodies in llm fiiy. .'ind in vlefr of thc pros- pective candidates, we believe dial they jlo not rcprcsoht ,lhc. clcclora nulslilc of Ihe .bodies ..noralnallng them. They cftn in no sense .what- ever be considered ns can- rlidalcs as Ibat'la' tlic. wo seel; above all olhers, a conter- cr Also Charged Un- der Liquor Act maximum pro tine lion ot food may be _ _____ _ was the gist of a rcEolu- once fully representative" of Introduced before the Conscrva- N'cxL-of-kln, Liberal, Conservative, "T------ Maple Creek, A. M. Croba, Maple Crcok. .roercbant- Mooso Jaw, >V. A. Munna, Moose1 Javr, agent. S'orth J. Mar- cclin, farmer. Prince Albcrl, T. Prince Albert, Hgcnl. QuMppcllo, W. flu'Ap- farmer. ncslna, J. W. Suilth, VfclOTla Avc., Saltcoatg, S. J. Mngford, Hotttbury, fcrnier. Saskatoon, L. UldwGll, broker. i Current, J. llcrlln, Swffl Cur- rent, Rcnllcmnn. bar- Great U'ar A'cterans, and Army and Navy Veterans should 'be called lo nominate caridldalcii-to give ill the oponrlunlly-lo Vdlce their, views'; anil thus na far aa_ possible, preyont the game of bclnir plnycd1.under tho guise. of untoli .governinenl pro- paganda. from encli TWeKe .representatives of the above mentioned bpdlcs should .be. called In sucli con- ference and Ing 12. llio army niul navy .ve comprise sli front the'Biir '.company of 4) ANOTHER ATTEMPT, Madrid, .Vov. Alfonso has asked Antonio Mania, the former premier, to form a Senor Marua Is a leader al the Conservative- parly.. tr -'j RAID. HUN BAAE3 OcL admit' nltr lonrghljsausd llic.follow- ing atntcmcnl of diriatfon ac- v -Monday nlghl Ih6 noyq! NrAv- all Afr Service 'carried out raids on anil Vm'saen- >'t from lit tans should iropCHii war _____ navy vet- crans, and six 'of Ihe geftisral ,organ- fratloti, (fins plying 'Ihp returned 'sol- diers proper representation." Secretary WV staled lie had received n; reqiitsl froni Isaac Pllhlado, K.C., asking .thai a commit- tee of tire (1. VV-' V. BfiAiilil.mect n committee of foiir.df thc.Ubcrala or South not lateir1. than Fri- day, N'o commUtcft BppOlnlcd to mcel Iho however, anrt OGOFBO W. Allarij as union gov- ernment 'camlldalo for Soulh Winni- peg was nol ciuloreed, GERMANS airdromes Tho was-GxcGltenl ind nc- .._.--Uns WRS Jtiftdc. AIL rclu r THESE SHIPMENTS Amatordam, Drlllsh contention thai ".Band rtmt firavol trnnaporleil lo, Del- Bhira by way of ilnHanil Used for iiillIEary purpossa'by (ho Germans la JiiattKcd In Rrt, pUDllshcd In Ific TcJegraRf. ,_... dclallcd statements of the such material for 'mllKery, liso ol roads, nil] bolts, coist- defences and other needs.-.'; DR. Torpnlo. iho II.I.. imetlim of Ms hoilie. Ho li In' year, (Special to tUe HcraTrJJ .Tahcr, Nov. tlio result of a drunken brawl in liia barber shop and pool room last night about eight o'clock, Chas. Knox, colored. Is on trial today on a charge of attempted murder. Knox sfiot Wall Howard, anolhfer colored man In tbo face. AT- j lor: Ihe bullet had been 'extracted from HoivflnTs jaw, he was sent lo thc at l.etlibrldgo. Howard was atlencletl by Chief who I gave first aid. Howard, who origin- Winnipeg, Oct. "comes from Tennessee, came ih of nicn'nnd woman power so a j Travers the other day, "ho hnd been working for the Southern Alberla.Land Co. Knoi was Immedialely arrested last nlghl after the-affair, and is be- ing- charged today .willi attemnled Ho ,ls also being -'chargca ivith. a vfotallon of (ho liquor act as. considerable litiuor was found 'on his HES US 0, Veteran Officer Leaves Services Hut Will Give Succeeds OttriwQ, Nov.' D. A. Canada's veteran quarter- mas icr ficnerfll and now the senior huge UnOcr j of such an tho movement upwards -of id llieir stores ivithJiv naturally accoinpiiil-, ''.-W wllh IhcYamestafT-ob has bcen-work-'cfl extreme'liardships Ing during "the dav. Another Import- detached instances of nMvoida.WB ant ciausD calls for a iminlrobm.iYagc These larger keep slores open 'on' Siliinlny TolvinK tho. .ino oveninEs nor during iho fore Chrislreas and other .'liolldirE, i dus wa payrolls and these a buge army .lias been, Ihe factories act' In- In Hie face of -overwhelming btlds lids come out of the ordeal anls must. Keep musl bo open to Ihi speclor at'tinr time.'.: Thc clauses reslHc.tinE the..hours ol work of employee's, on Saturdays anil on days preceding holidays', has Great ueal. of o6poSltlu'on but Intact anil i colors flying. Thc Germans and AustriaiiB FfHay inornlns at" wlipn'.eL by picked Ilahan tons-will he made lo have.Hie plraox-1 who ottered tliomsc TM tm Ihg. Ions ruling removed, I-olliOrWeo rd- premo sacrifice, so dc-lsycil Iha lallcrs H5re been lnyl'to.1 lo march ot llie enemy thai Iho ll.M gales lo lliis donlBrcinc'fe: I "my Had "me lo cross [lie middle and The aci olsa calli IBOIIZO- in ffAaly .rclreat. The body ot Ilollan lion Conrcrencc of AVomen dcflcgalca represenlins llic Women Urnln Grow- ers nnd Hie Home Ucor.ornics Socle- lies in all federal constituencies of Ihe province In session al the Port Garry holcl Mils morning- together hotel Mils morning- together This will be bla lliird or- nn" willi HIE provincial sub committee vlcc llio- food conlrol advisory commlffcc. [t-u-as passed without a dissenting vole. A resolution calling on tho food con- troller, to conserve sugar by slopping tho manufacture n'nll salo of nlconollc drinks pnsscd, as was also another recommending lo Ilanna that In.vtcw of'llie shortagb of sugar and need ol inverting-it In the use of thc allied countries In Europe, he make n regulation to prevent thc manufacture and sale of expensive candles niui confcclfons ami lo re- strict the-expensive methods of pack- Ing and advertising. ployoes at the Labor TtiainleVhen'she I of the ,mllllary now' relieved ot tho actlva nilniintstralion. of Ihc quartermaster's hrsncli he '-will, bo rctnlnecl by thc j nriliUa council arid by tbe government In an advisory .capacity on general rjroUlems. conriecled ''with wsr cfjuin- 'menl, clc., Qoneral MncDonald liaa .been actively connected vrtili Can- [ada's inllli.iry-forces for over half a lie la-one .of'the .nost re- spccleri and most popular members of tho headquarters staff. Since Ihe mil- explain to der Ihc.neu' lefilsUUon'.-. break .war he has hail charge general secretary" tbo hilnlst'ry of -All'Scctiilii United _ London, Nor. The disaster'on the Isoazo has welded seclloas'of'Ilaly.'a'nd has poHtlcnt antagonism, says the Milan' correspondent of Iho-Telegraph adds that everything Is. being dpne'jto meet ;Tibpps arelbelnff' hurried'from depots trid all a'yallable rji.' "sources arc being dravjn Ihe jreal arlerlcg ing lliindreds ol ID 'all hospitals arc demanding'that- they be sent 16 the front.. dred'sHch. application's Tlomo nlono. TRAIN WHECKER GETS LIKE TERM Clia'tlinm, Oul., Nov. Lite 1m- prJaonmcnl was the aenleuco Imposed by Mr. Justice.Clutc this Prank JlclJonoM who'was convicted ol manslaughter tor removing n rail on llic Michigan Cenlral railway ilear nidgclown on'lbe nlghl ol May 31, 1011, causing the wreck dt an ojqircsa nnd the de'sth' of Knginccr Qulrtlan and Fireman Iliissell Oakcs. Ontario ond Detroit police denied McDonald's asicrtlon fils conlcsslon al DB- Irolt wna oblnlacd under pressure. JIclMnaltl's brother Harry Is still awnlllng trial on llie same charge. v BAKK CLEAHINdS This week Usl year .4 Xov. Gcorjse Von llerlllng has been rejected as Imperial chancellor, by tlie rejchalae majority leaders, according lo spec- ial illapjlclies from ii'lilch conslrno llila as a rebuff 10 and cquljtmcnt of all kinds. WEEKLY SUMSIARY of Ihc piifchaEp of lens ot millions affairs, salit Tha lh'.'j _ j .dollars wortli of'clothing, ammunition j skoholeH. former Hfelan minister. sun- got a-ray" of labor, who: ijlho otid; 'soiflcrs nnd worVnien s batllo when'thr, llrao comfar' as their rcprcsentntlv? ,tq ths Inter-, Tho Auslro QcfnTans are being. heM'- oninnivTr. i M held j in.chcch lhc onillle SHIPPING LOSSES In I'arla, woiiM not-.nlleii.t, the 'con- Venetian plains la wllnoib fercnce. HefarrlriB .fo. M. Skobeleff's hindrance sclcclion uy llamenlai-lsra. flnparcnlly were cs, be- fore. the German wlri'lcsa stalemcnl which was sent oul yesterday an- nouncing tliat Von Ilcrtllhg Imd beatv offered llio place nml was consttlllng wllh releasing leaders. i 'An Amsterdam dispatch tolhc-Dslly iBxpresa fays thai Count 4ron Hcrt- lliig had conlcrtr.Ws'wllh Ihe major- and that Ihey opposed his appointment bccaaso-ho: "against lhos rclchstag Aaolutlon (of Vithoiil annexations ami Ihc demo- cratic parllamonllry system. WEATHER 60 l milder. ipirali; laaucil nighl, I'ol- Atmals .sailings British nierchantment over l.Wn ton's slink mlno.or submarine, In- cluding one previously, fourteen. Hrldsh. mcrthnniincnl under JCOO hms, .Vlsnlng craft, Siirilt, none. Jlrlllsh; .mer.chanlnicnt unsaccess. tlili-j v Ci' V1 Losses shlpprng or mines durlnghihe-4V'epk ending October. 28 wsa'.i'wp Bhip'ii'.'ijJ-'niOlO Jban toris- and oncv Vessel o[ Icsa.'t.lian. Ions..; No.'xiishfAg boats altnckcU. unsuc- All Allies Aiding. Italian JlcartquarEera In Italy, Oct. He Lloyd sadl that the of a. raid received much atlcnllon, ris, ;in tliolr'relalivo vasl sccllons .of London 'ouehed, they nro icily ..-.E, for cent men's delegates; .''Voli may that Iho. allied aHsol- lo' cofcstnl -Si; part The.meellnE. In prospectus fib I a yaal feren'ce Jn which .'all bij and ntu( Idle, '.will. 'a? consul-1 tatlon of: great powe'fa trtal dcslro.lo hnrc, for lo uenl .war nlnis, but'as !o carry on uiose who' thfi v') the'war, N'o ona-'hlUfmemiyors ol j Is offsel I b BRITISH CAPTURE jcneflcial London, Ntv. .of tun even be hit the .and Becrihebi In tesn enemy Ini ill.Kiiropa and eapturid .is .part ;