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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 3, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta LKTHUlllUtiK. ALBKHTA.V- XOVK.MUEH 3, 1917 The Destroyev Is Most Effective Weapon Now Against the Submarine Offensive Collapsed at Most Vital Paint, and Italians Now Siife BUT PRESSURE OF HUNS STILL STRONG New York, Nov. special eaulc to llio Jlerald from Homo says: "Tlio Giornalc U'ltalla says Ihc Austro-Gernian objective to cut Into the 11 alia u armies1 can now be cou- eldured a complete failure. The most acute period was passed wlicn Hie enemy's advance collapsed at Ila es- sential point. True, the strategical key to the Julian front is now threat- ened, but the Is In battle man- oeuvre, ro-orgajjlzlDK Us work and obedient to command. "Animated by DehtinE ardor and Ilred by the Iricipient failure, ft now. lias a thirst for victory" and revenge. "Tlie concentration of Ihc Italian army on tlio Venetian plains shows it haa hccu completely changed in character am! is formlag Hsclf lolo lines. Facing two advcmrlea; the Italians are pre- jmrlnE to .light" on this baCUellclU on tntny occaalona during the centuries have, been decided llie des- tinies Noticeable, '-t Nay.-' preflsuto" was inore UQUccablo yestcr- dny. on (ho left wine of Ian armlei on fcila men to ot-, "by the Italian Base of lie American Flotilla la Brlllsn Caters, .October respondence of llio Associated Press) taken from capturad U- boat commanders documcii- tory evidence that the destroyer Is the moit effective' pi present wea- pons agalQBl the submarines. "Avoid- When a submarine (rfcu to torpedo a convoyed EUumarines arc compelled to do owing lo'the Insuf- ficiency of unconvoycd there la ahvavE a destroyer on the scene and llio chances of her Ling" that particular submarine 'get- ed a .is .Hie ,oft-repealed I correspondingly Increased. The entry. In fact, Ihcae logs show con- clusively Hi at the submarines arc having a hard lime of 1L, The result of activ- ity during the jjasl four ireaka been not only a decrease. In 'casual- tics to merchant but also a still more satisfactory .Increase In the number of suhmttrlnfet .sunfc. Tue convoying riierchanlmen las now reached ol conslder- ble many months' rork of train. DE botti the officers of raining ships and the .pei'itonael of ho patrol flotlllia. onroy.was undertayin -primarily at a defensive it now been developed. tnat convoying li-a( the ame time the best; offensive .liieas- uro yet devised iigaiust the UTboal, Ths offensive' may best be Bhoi Resigns To Public Works "Winnipeg; NOVY Morris tflirially iyinnunccd loAny that Hon A. H. Hudson Bas resigned trom llio office ol Attorney General. The reslg due to no disagreement or difference of, opinion In matters of but-becauab Mr. Hudson's prlir ate business Is demanding so much of his llmc.r T. .Mr. Hudson's Tegfgniillon lias been In Ilia premier's hands for the paa three and Jl was only at thi premier's request that ho agreed to hold ofilco during U.o Jhlerrchlns .Hon. Thomas" J. Johnson, minlaler or public works, jvll.1 succeed Sir. Hud- eon as attorney gerierftl, nnd Mr. John- son will "bo. succeeded In ihp public worfco department by _A. Orleraon, meralicr for MfnncitoaA. Hudson's'. resignation lakes effect from ,Lhl3 dale and Mr.-Grlcreon will sworn. In Immediately 'on the re- lurn of the Ifculcnant-governor" who Is at present out of the city. side ol convoying Fidd Great Difficulty in Adjust- British Naval Forces Destroy Hun Raiders' Off Coast of Sweden lie Ottawa Free Press wake of a torpedo is 'generally Been uy the destroyer's lookout, aud it gives a good lino on the direction where the submarine Is lylrg. The destroyer Immediately slecra a course full speed In the llnfi shown by tbejsaya; lorpwlo's wake and drops- repeated operations will he depth charges along this course'.'' in full .week. nom- Jri a conBldereblo propnrllpu of Inallon 'daj.-.'only two weeks distant cases llils 'proves effective, tor these Jnbt more cent of the no- depth chnrges cause serious com- i lonlst noinLnations have yet been motion over a considerable radius, made, white on i the oilier hand the The Associated Press correspondent ilmo at IheJr disposal will not he was told of three cases durlne ilie IsuKlclen't to prevent con'-Merablu past forLnlglil In which submarines I numbers ot actoallopg. So Tar as were thus destroyed. In" many ln-jtho maritime provinces stances, no'douht, submarines are are_coucfrned ft? Is anticipated tliat destroyed any visible lodlca- lli'ere will :'n'6t .-tie much trouble hi tlon above water of their loss. Silll the nomination of' unionist candidates, otbera are badly crippled, as In the (Ontarlft llie chlct dlf caae of the damaged German U-boat illculty. Hon. Dr. minister o which was recently interned In Spain. railways, -vill stand for re-nomioa I tlon In '-GriBBTJUe as llie.'unionlsl can dldate at PrfiEcblt ori Monday next B. C. Rae, of wu .npmihated by Llberiir KewAWeilriilnster at COB-. lo declire" of the Dorden unloa Mr. Hc- lUe'arid' T. .PiirUrtOB.'.lwb f -Alralght and J.' B.- JtfdliieJ t unionist, were 'the three In the Held, .Will Support. Vancouver, j. Mac- dpnald, nominated ai Liberal candidate Soutt'-Vftncou- 1''" yer, re- turned CDJV servallves and-Win In an address here thai he would give Ihft present government ialr and favorable'iupppjl'If 'returned, but was still a j ARE FRATERNIZING WITH THE GERMANS Petrograd, Nov. troops In -Vishncff stctor day rmlernlzed wllh the German troops, ji wai announced loday by the war office, neft ic a town on the Russian .front of Vllna, north of Niemen N'ov. 2. A, deputation of v the executives'' ol 'the i patriotic fund .of-' North' and South Alberta, headed by Rwlpg, K.C., M. ot; Edmonton and T. M. G.- respectively. Inle'r- Viewed Hon. ...the provincial premier, this ailernDon government, ana lhe ,-j_i- u ment. maKe En appropriation o[ I ire continue as such- -He_declared he had beftn 'In favor conicrfptlcn for yeave, UibltLg'-Daen without taking wealth'would, be'a -HUN POWER BOAT WAS DESTROYED London, Nov. ittick wu rniiJi today Bfltrth palrolllns the Belgian coiit by an tkctrlcally .eontrelled .cpeed boat. The boat wat dettroyed, t .R( new tederal.elecUons act would JarseJy stop Turlher ypllin- tary contrihutlona ifoin the larga' lot- elgn-boin element o[ the population In this province who have been dis- franchized, nnd thp.t If the iiAtrlotic fund Is.lo he malntnlnec] tho province must come. lo the, rescue. The prem- ier ciprcsseil hla sympathy wUli' (he delcEalloii. The requnst ivill be con- sidered by the full caMnet. Philadelphia, Pi iv. Oc- lober grand.Jury In presenl- nier.l lo the country ecl that 'impeachment bB Ir-jtituted azaln'Bi.'MtiyoT thoniaa n. Smith and that Wllllsm H. Wilion, di- rector ot the depinnieBt ot -'pnbljc safety be aamBirilr from office. The action ot the', iranA Jury, gro'wa bit of the ftttk wtri fned hi which a polloimanw.u.killed. May- or g.nltrt, wvtnJ police of- and tttportedi (vnmen arc under with conaplracv to wtth Iliben corpni irrncetduili'' lo re- lease tie othen from the bAndi'on arftknd crt lack of evidence are ra Ih4 county conrts. There Is fla yet no Laurler candldal' against Thomas White wil stand for re-nomination'at 'or. the county of Leeds on day, and V111 be Accompanied by Han Hugh Giithrle, Ar C._ Hardy :ol Broct villb, vrfll him- as a.Laurie candidate. TV. RowcU has yet' not selected his sealr'. Liberal of said b mlehl citric lo grint-him thi "there. lq Major wlirbVitta uniODial chjj.ipj.Vih Llie eaa rldinR. In I a- 'depute-, oVertea Ihe JLnjeraf candidate n-as favor llam" HeDilrle; return; "oj-TV J. Stewarl.-ihe Eilllng flas ra-nomtnated, therefore U would :'aiipear a atnigaVL-lbera) will In PAGE SEVUM) he o( luppllf! said: do not doubt Hint ihft United And Ihe entente allies with i Cunninpnam, pneldcnt of the British Mfcnnfacturcrfl ABsoclatibn, Tn'eeUnK atlon-yesterday and. Ts'.'of .TVIpejpeE, where alwofk day'Ig ten iraln'st e'lgrii' had'necurtd..the.contract.- Some On Situation N'ov. TMpst' i of, ''.the mornlnR tho commont Is Pelrogrtd cor Telegraph, who Is" BOW writes: 'IPrcmler sems.to have been HHIe too seriously, lii been' cooslnied is hlnlX "that Rnssli Is (syhir with' Ihe-MffaY01 fmte.. Thfr Iheoay should not allowed to eetabllBh; Itwlf. iV.FTiibiWy iall'.' wu to- todltate t. of ipme time arvuae Vither .IhaXiVsueplr'uJ.- It ilt and e llBh; Itwlf.J isltyVjjrttbe.ii fa to n than das elipWd jlof e Ihe. out- of the' until S. about.Russia's share fa the war. which lias been greally inineresllmal', ed. The essential (act Is that what llusjla had she has given." 1 Immense' Sacrifices. Tho writer then of the mense sacrlllces In men has mndo and recalls the rpTelitMtf, In' of former ralnlslcr of war, of. ilan 'kcjoesf JKorf. Mela, 'atones and flsli isslsit creanUed. German Heves that; have teen: _ '11- i Ions of Ibe -pajiiimi I91S and iii.v.life" of 'irpijyfiii'''nt-iuA-'i ;er-in soaw 'of ihpj (wrtheni ,nd lo Ihlnk aboli; ;