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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 7, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta KiLl'MK X. ALHHUTA. wiiONKSDAY, XOVKMBBU 7, 101? M'MBEll 278 TAMMANY HALL VICTORIOUS-ITALIAN RETREAT CONTINUES fammany Hall Forces Admin- ister Crushing sulls Elsewhese N. V. STATE GIVES WOMEN FRANCHISE New York. Nov. Hymn In a Elateuicnt after his elec- tion became.a certainly, emphasized ihat there was no "loyalty" Issue .it llakQ, as had been ijr JIayor lillchcl. "1 want lo make It plain to the i-orld." lie saia, "lint there was no ESUCS bl AniCTli-anUiu or loyally in- volved so far as 1 am concerned, there could be none for 1 am as good 'in American as anyone, aa loyal lo my Dag, as loyal lo my country and firm Ind delerniiiicd In support of every let of government ill (Ms war as lay man." Tammany Vlclorlous. New York; Nov. Hall lo rower as the result ot mayoralty clcclion. Not was Judge John F. Hylan swept lnlo otfiw. by the Isrcest plurality Esver given lo a mayoralty candidate, in New York cily. out there ivaa electee] him Hie entire Democratic ticket rtivillff Ihe ncn- administration ail ol Sjfbe sixteen voles in tlie board ol esti- faalc, which conlrols nil cily lima. Those clecled with Judge were Charles b. Craig, conlroller; Mfrtd E. Smith, president of the joard ol aldermen, and the presidents (if the five boldughs of Ihe city, r John Ilylan'6 pluralllj-, based ri.rluflllr complete returns early today, 'iras EXAMINE E.X-PREMIER v 1 9 Paris, NOT. Call- lain, the former premier, was -t examined yesterday by Capt. IJouchardon, who 1> InvebUgat Injr Ihe Bolo Pacha altalr. Tue former premier was under es- anilnallon for about two hours. U Is understood he was ques- tioned about bit conncctltm with, tho newspaper Bonnet Rouge and aboul .certain enj tries on Ihe stubs ot Uolo Pa- cha's cheque books now In HID possession o( Canliln Boncliar- dou. o c c- v Workmen's and Soldiers' Coun- cil Clash With Govl. and Cily Under Guard KEHENSKY MAKES A SEKIOUS CHARGE This is New Scheme to went Supply of Wafer for Tabcr Project Petroerad, Nov. between the general slalf In tbe Petro- district and the niilllary com- mittee ot lho council of workmen's and soldiers' delegates, IOOHLUE to- ward the strengthening of tlie staff by the Inclusion of democratic mem- i bers, hivo been brokta olf. The mtl- 1 itary coinmillee, learning that the oiilltnry governor during the night bad summoned Iroops In Ihe envir- ons of the capital to Petrograd, order- ed these troops to disobey flie eminent. The enlire cily is now guarded by loyal Iroops. The siCuatlon Is complicated further Details of Victory Loan Are Now Made Public Toronto, N'or. Thomas White r conversion privilege ulnlster or finance, today announced sues aiid will be fn tbe particulars anil terms of Canada's Victory Loan as fallows: Subscription books wilt be opened on Monday, November 12, for five, ten and twenty year bonds, dated Dec. 1, 1917. Interest paid ball yearly, June 1 and December J, Bonds will be lo. 'denominations as ?w BS (50. The price of tho uetv loan s to be par, 10.0 cents on Ibe dollar, tor 5 1-2 per cent, bonds, with lho privilege of spreading Lhe payments over a period of five months In mon- thly Instalments. In view ol Ihis priv- ilege of spreading tlie payments, and as a full six months' Interest will be paid Ihe purchasers on June 1, ISIS, lue bonus ot Interest thus allowed ea into future is- ol any present or future dominion Uses, including Income taies. Holders of Dominion of Canada de- benture clock, Ocl. 1, 1919, and of bondr o[ the three preceding Do ruin- Ion of Canada war loati fssues, liavo the privilege 'of surrendering lltolr Itoods in part payment, for s lib scrip- lions to bonds of Ibis Issue under the following conditions: Debenture stock, due October 1, 1919, at pur and accrued Interest. War loan bonds, due December 1, 1925, at 97 1-2 and ac- crued Interest, The two foregoing will be accepted In part payment for beads of any of tlie three maturities of (his Issue. War loan bonds due October 31, 1931 at 97 1-2 and accrued Interest. reduce the price, EO that ihejWar loan bonds due March 1, 1937, bonds yield the Investor 5.D1 per cent, l at 9G and accrued Interest. Ttiaso will OD the 20 year bonde, 5.GS on the 10 bo accepted in part payment for year bonds, and 5.81 per cent on llie five year bonds. -This loan will carry bonus o( the 1937 maturity only Ihla Issue. The Election Campaign 61 WESTERNERS Ottawa, Nov. another long list ot Canadian cajualUe-i at noon today, Gl names of westerners appear, of whom IS have lost their Jives. v From Tagliamento to New Line or Defence CADORNA ESTABLISHES NEW J1IL1TARY ZONE In preparation for the extension of ty itie act-on 0( premier Kereusky in Iho A. li. antl I. Irrigation system tastf ibrce Maximalists and Iwo and south of Ibetlly to supply Irriga- conservalivc newspapers. The cily tlon n-.ilcr lo Ihe Taber project iho ]asl ordered a dls- C. I'. R. has run lines for a big Irnga- or lhc brMECS between the llon ditcli In :'IB south fj- the pur- ltie cUj- inbablletl oy Ibe pose ot dnluliiE the necessary vul- ,vorlilllB tiasses anil the centre of the ume of water frcm the -IJElly river vie't of Car.latnn into.the SI Mary's Vancouver, -Xov. ft meeting rinclal president of Ulc Great "War of reurcaentntives of the fusion ele- associatioir. i'IV election districts missing, P'lhe vole for mayor stood: K lisa. P. Slitchel (Fusion) Morris (Socialist) W. JI. nennelt (Republican) -.Aside from Iho overwhelming Tam- nany victory, outstanding feature the mayoralty Tote was tho great {Increase in the Socialist -vote. In 1913, Edward Russell, (lie Socialist candidate, polled only votes. 1 presidential election last year [fjf, Allan L. Benson, Socialist candidate lfcj for president, received voles. The Socialists, 'while disappointed because their vote was short ot expec- some comfort out of the ftvct that they carried twelve assembly tlisrlcts, three ot which are expected to scnq Socialists to Ibe assembly at Albany, Tlie result of Ilie vote of or more soldiers and sailors now in mil- itary sort-ice al homo antl abroad will rot known for at lenst a monlh. Women Get Suffrage New York, Nov women cit- izens of New York slnle were given" unlimited suffrage In yesterday's elec- tion, by a.majority which la expected lo reach wli. n all election dis- tricts have completed their labula.1- lons. Barly loday, with out ol election districts missing, Ihe vole stood Iho amendment mid. against. In the Hrcaler city, which reversed Its stand ot 1915 the suffrage leaders predicted- five missing election districts would greatly Increase already large raa- 'Jority. The iiicoiniileteNoto for Ihe cily suffrage, as ag- opposed. The conical between Jlorlon E. Lewis, Republican, and Devoc r. Hod- BOII, Ucmocral, attorney general, Drought n heavy vole., With 833 elcc- tlon alblricls missing early (oday Lewis hail a malorlty orer ilodson of acre-than I fn addition (o Attorney' General the Ilepublloans elected D5, of members of the 1D1S assem- elected .48 mem liers nml the Socialists 1. In 1917 the assembly W'P.S' made up of 99" Repub- 30 Democrats'-anil '2 Socialists. MunfclpaUclCcttons In U elites up- state resulted In the election of 25 He- liuWlc'an ma'yors, 14 Democrats, and Jn two cities, 'BiilJnlo and Saraloga Springs, -w.heri no political dcslgnat- lona'appeared on lho ballots, tlio Re- [publican candidates wcro successful, v, Ohio.Prohibition In Doubt. Ohio, Kov. "the K pvesMentliil woman suffrage' proposl- Sticn decisively beaten, tho voters of early (oday aro'illll'ln doubt as (o wliclhor their votes.liavo made the wet or.ilry. At an early hour jihn. voles acalnat prohllillloii aro In no majority by the thousands but a of conditions aro ctnccleil lo also thin figure a allm margin. The >n wet strongholds, Hamilton county knu the city, of Cleveland, the vofb 13 all while two dry conn. of, which returned largo bejprllles In both.Q( Jie 'previous w'el' Anil dry fIghLj have loot from.' Olherwlso.lho jiltuatlpn docs not appear to favor fellher sltlc as the precincts lo come f ppcar lo be about equally dlvldcul be. :wecn tlio Wcl. and dry columns on lie basis' of Ihelr voles of 19H nd- 1M6 when slate -wide prolilblllpn mcr. Only (lit preliminary have been taken but the subenie has l-tfr. found'Jo iu feasible. The plan Ir In lake Ihe, water Iron, tin- Belly riv-ir, which rises in tho vlcluily ot Ijckes r.r.i! carry it cnji i-sh a dl'. i'i ihrour I.oavlll; cn'.iii It-Into Itje Jlnry's river nuoi-. the prin.: of Hic'A. K. and.; main dlit'h, This great projerl Is ma-fle ry ent waters. of. the ilary'B.. Tbe waters ot the now prac- capital, thus stopping lhc Won't Use Armed Force Pctroeiad, Nov. govern- ment has decided not to resort' to armed force for (he present against the military committee ol Iho sol ments here tonight'Donald B. Me- .Taggart was selected 'as the unlouist I Labor Campaign Vancouver, Nov. Drlllsh to BO before the conversion in Ilur- Columbia Federation o! Labor canol- rard consllluency Thursday'night as dates, in llurrard and In Vancouver Ihe choice under Ihe .arrangcmc-nl re- South respectively, V, U. Midgeley commended by'-lion.' Martin Rurrell and J. If. McVcly, opened their orfl- aud Hon. J. A. Calder that a Conser- clat campaign last evening at a mass valive-Untoulsl be selected .to .contest meeting of i.ibor In tie labor tcmplo. Vancouver Centre, a Liberal-Unionist There was a large turnout and the for Burrard and'a returned.soldier for speakers were applauded in many In- Vancourcr South. stances, csncclally when Ihe sneakers llajor Cooper, .formerly ot tbe'7th severely criticized the government for battalion, was tlie choice ot the' sol- discriminating in giving tho franchise dlers' and workmen's delegates, but dlcrs al the count ballols cast to women, lias ordered the ministry of Justice lo in a referendum' of liie progecute the members of the com- mittee. The military will take Ibe in commanding. "Snanghnessy .-'convales- ____ __ Is Ultlhg u feres ssar aaat-fltat revolt, and have ordered on Immed- iate enquiry and such arrests as aro The government will per- ish rather, than cease lo defend the honor, security and Independence of the slate.' ,n tiie Issue, miHUH' k necessary measures in a case of a .cent hospILsVand D. LaUEhnan, pio- rovolt Serious Charge Petrograd, Nov. addressing 'tbe preliminary parlla- and I. ditch is taking more and more water, and I this" year Ilia St. Mary's river b5low :the Irrignllou system Intake was: so low that it could be crossed anywhere with an automobile'. It is underslopd -the P. R, in-1 tends to commence work on the TabDr i project next "If 36 Iho dl rertlng Gitcli will also be put under, coastrucllon. onlTGil, to Ihe increasing rush of Mayor Marlln, M.P., has wired Premier.Bor- den asking thai the medical hoards examining men .jirider-' the Military Service Act registrations be Instruct- ed to all si night. The mayor also that the period allowed for ex- amination be extended. Ills worship also said he hoped no anvsttije would be taken ot the Inadequate arrange- ments lo deprive young men of their right to Tote. oElstrar Godln said thil the trou- TTM by inen asking for ex- amination wlio sllobld applied for U long ago. He aald ill the' Jcal boards that could be secured here were working and nlnht. At one have waited for two days and have nbL.bevn able to reach the doctors. The number registering al the prut office yesterday, was the nilmber anplyln'u for exemption being About fifty 'men re- main lo be registered la the Montreal district. Tho revolutionary .military cominft- of the Edldicrsr and workmen's delegates demanded tbe right to con- trol all orders of Ilio general ataft In Pelrograd district, which was refused. Thereupon ltie committee announced that it has appointed special co'mmla- sloners to undertake the dircc-llon 1 military nnd Invited tho troops to ob- serve only orders signed by the com- mittee. Machine gun detachments were moved, to the soldiers' end ivork- men's headquarters. The government IIOPDS for, a peace- fu) settlement of the dispute, on which account'It reached the decision .nol to resort to force for the present. How over, the soldiers' and woi mlttee wan decreed r.n Illegal orga: Izatton Rnd precoutlonary steps -were taken to defeat any attempt at a re- volt. VETERAN JOURNALIST' DEAD IN; TORONTO Toronto, T. Wood, [or ninny years an editorial writer on the Toronto Globe, died -lust night-after a lingering lllnwi.' Jin Wood had 3 remarkable .was born on n bnckwooila Hasl- Ings county, and Joined iho Qlobe ns A mcchnhlc In lie served an i reporter and tKcn wrole editorial paragraphs. Shortly.alter Mr. Wood look n prominent part In writing edi- torials on economic scficdulot and In 1902 published A [irlmtr in political economy. Ho Is tunltti by'hla fnlh- cr, Samuel Wood, now 86'years old, his widow and Wri A RETURNED it. C. Cooper, officer Shaughnessy cbiivtli.____ ticapllol was nomlnateit al a gpeclftl mcStlnc of tho drVit'.tt'Ar -VOViefans (o roprcscnl the liagiiclaliiJn Ss toe re- turned soldier caodWaW Cn Vtneatver Soi.iih In iho efctMiKI. It Is expected thai slipporl til nil ndlicreiils jbvcrii ntcuL cannldates, Major two soldier Cooper, officer In Victoria Victoria, Nor. look its ON PAGE D) South Alberta, Casualties Montreal, Nov. G. Baber, .who Is at hit.home .here convjksicing fromMnhuman treat- ment while prisoner in Germany for more than a-ytar, says If H hid not been for th'e Red pa reel R there would not have been a prisoner alive (n six months af- ter fating confined at Routers, where there were h-ndred Canadian i. IIYOUIOFIR Killed in Action G. D. OMs, Alia. A. T. Medicine Hat. Woundtd C. O. nivcr. S. T. JULcketl, Lelhbrldec, previous- ly irkmen's com- Amsterdam, Nov. fllegal organ- l-Gross, president of U One ot tho hlggeal deals over com- pleted In tbe lands of Ihe, Mac- l was put through ycator; by (he Workman Heally of clcod, whpn they sold for Merritt, his ranch of 2660 acres to John nine ot tho beat, known rmchera country. Tho consid- eration In tho'nelfihuoi-l.ood ot and ft good portion o[ ft was paid In cnah. The ranch Is 17 miles soulh-west'of Mac 1 cod and la one of Ihe test-nltuat- fd In the district. Mr. Driver lakes over the livestock on tho aold his own ranch laal spring. 7. Dr. Guslav Ine Austrian lower house, 'al tlie opGnrng ol Tuesday's session of that body, according lo a despatch' from Vienna, referred to lhc Italian defeat as followa: "Above all Geneva, Nov. 7. A Swiss cillzen conneclctl" with llie consular service has-jusl arriCednicre atter lia I been held u'p (or llirce necks on tlie TjTOlcse-SwIss frontier. He says the Hungarians fear more than the Aus- Irluns a 'declaration of war atrainsl tho uual monarcliy ty: Ihe TJniled But Were No Effort lo Recapture Ground In Belgium. Rome, Nov. Italians havo withdrawn In good order from the Tasliamonto river toward Iho Mv- cnza, it Is officially announced.' Situation Clearer, Italian Headquarters in Northern Italy, Nov. the Associated situation, la gelling clear- er and the steadiness with which tbe troops n'rc. tailing back to Ilia new posllions gives a promising oullook. The general conditions, none the less, continue grate, though for tbe first lime there Is a noto-of encouragement and confidence In the course of ev- en! s. The enemy's pressure loday raade it- self felt on Ihe cenlro and right, as Paris, N'ov. Germans made well as on the left wing. Hear guards, an altnck lasl night on Ihe Verdun enemy Brushes front at Cbaume Wood. The war ot- flee announces that the enemy was repulsed. No Effort on .British Front. London, Nov. Germans made no effort during the nlglit to re-, gain Ilie ground captured yesterday IMail Italian headquarters on lho Ypres front by ilia British. northern llaly. The- Italian scouts Retiring In Good Order. tdoD, Nor. Italians are ae in order Irom Taglinmeulo, to a dispatch to the-. Dally In "On llic balllcrroni there Is noth'ns are 'iehllng according 16 plan. Enemy lo renc-rl except Inlermillenl artillery on. Holiday were In tho neigh- said today's -Briiish war i borbood ot Maniago, twelve miles west ot Ilio Tagllauienlo. i [n! All the new troops wltlj jn [Italians'have come In contact past ten days were brought from office report. "Our troops have been consolidating Ibo position yesterday's attack. "A small raid was carried ouMaal U16 HU3-sian Ironl. according to theac-' light by Liverpool troops' no.-Ibwest -credited British corroipomlent with, of We caplurod-a few prls- -Llld Italian army. He auds that Amsterdam, Nov. 7 h deputies fn the Austrian lower, house' on, Tues- day, says a dispatch., from" YiCDna, asked Xeydler- for a slatement regarding tHo" pros- pects for the realization 'ol desire for peace cspresseil in a latter sent... to the deuuties by Bohemian women I "ae toward lle in Moravia. Tho premier replied that WD5 he appreciated sincerely the-desire of tbe women, and added: Venice westward and northward .16 Lake Garda, on tlie Trentino front, V Official. the low water In the Tnglia-. mento rendered difficult -clerencc, of the river, we Lave withdrawn .'our'.i order .ivard.lhe south. Ihoir readiness for .have proposed a peace pn because Ihe IlonEarmns; Poles loO' a basis of lionornblc. puacc is- Ible for us and our Scrlbus Financial Strains Washington, Nov. 'mpne- In disiiatclies recfelyetl nnil Slavs in the UnlteJ Stales greatly attcnllon to Be- outnumber Ihn Auslrfuns anil 6wn Tar linnnclal sltualion in Auslrja. more Ino Auslrians. He eenlly- Dr. WeOccrle.-jire'slilenl ol the a break V.lwcen the United Hungarian declared at a rejoice that the proapecU of States and Austria-Hungary has been have Imprbrerliaad -that our former' ally, Italy, whlcfcV for more thtn 'Ivo years was such a menace lo our southern frontier, It may be hoped 50'on will be struck from the list ol our enemies." BUY ALL MEAT FOR ALLIES IN CHICAGO Hov. plan fof purchasing In Chicago all frtnlucli needed by ths il- Del li lo be put Into effect Ot- cember 1, according to tlon today frem the of J. P. CoUon who will handle the purchatei at head of he rntvt dlviilon of trig food administra- tion, 'Mr, Cotton hat been In dally unttrcnai with packen and ilock men and It expected thai dtlalla of tlii plan for .picking houiet will soon be nounced, dallj- expected since Iho Teutonic al- lies' offensive bcean against Italy. CONVICTED OF MANSLAUGHTER Montreal, P. IJesro- a cliauCfcur, iras convlctoii yes- terday of manslaughter, as tlirough recklessness on .a "Joy'ride" two pen were killed, .Sentence wan. post- poned. public silling of iiarilament; that the circulation of notes of the Imperial bank had reached [UlcBn'and one hall billion crowns In September, aiftl is now probably seventeen billions. -The metnt reserve for tills enormous cir- culation is only and -In Mils siluallon, the Swiss experts say, Ausli-ia would not' be' long In suing for a separata -peace' were.she not nominated by Qermany. NEW Vlclbrfa, Nov. appoinl'menf fs arinbunccd of Lieul. ,Col. Mcfavlsh, McKenzie Says There Was No ''v Agreement Ag To a Limil of Oifawn, Nov. William Mac- kenzie Informed a representative of the Canadian Limited, lortay lhflt.no agreement had yel.bcon reach- ed between the government antl Ihe Canadian Northern and h.axl not Headquarters oft Nov. the As The'main fact of.I ited Kllh-Ihe Bki and CadornJ'- and thb na's line BM lib ;