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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 9, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta WELCOME TO THE BOYS OF THE TEEN AGE fOLUMR X. FIIIDAY, XOVKMDEU 1917 NUMBER 280 REPORT KERENSKY ARRESTED----NEW LEADER ITALIANS Is Marching on Palace Guard Surrefcdcrs (o I he Rebels SITUATION LOOKS ,EXTREMELY SERIOUS AniBlordani. Nor. Helnscbe vVeslfaellscho Xcllucg, ot Essen, Gcr- London, war oldco lo night Issued the following statement REV. CANON McMILLEN Chairman of the Local Advisory Board for tho Boys' Work Conference Big Loan Campaign Here X- Lelhbrldio'a big victory bond campaign starts on Monday. If Lelh- brldjo doca duty It should subscribe la Ihe loan. That Is a big objective people iopo to gain Ibis objective with quite as much case av'dur buys at the [ronl are gaining their objectives la the fate of death every day. .1 Speeches ,-wIII be delivered la (he theatres Saturday evening. The loin Ml) be nienUoneJ In the Em-Ices In the churches Sunday. The .ctommlleo alij hope to pull OH a big parade on Monday under direction o[ nChlef Hardy. victory loan. In fin, tea and twenty yerlr terms at 514 per edit, should appeal to every Individual be he poor or rlcli. As a matter of fact, It Is an Investment tor tbe workingmau, and particularly the ivorttinginan with a'savings account. The bonds are sold in denominations from Sai.CiO upwards, with lire months lo pay for The man wilh a savings account should transfer hU money trom a savings account at 3 per cent, to this victory bond at per cent. He Is not onljr making big inonoy, but he Is helping the boys at the front. jmiiy publishes a Stockholm telegram on aerial operations. Premier KereasKy lias "During.Wednesday, morning Ion ieen arrested and rala considerably liamper- Pelrorjrad led the artillery work. In toe after- London Iclesrain rcaclH noon, however, weather conditions lui- ing Amsterdam from a German Bource proved and Bonio successful artillery- forwarded by Central News says-and photographic work; was carried lhe Russian army on the northern Jout by our airplanes. Our loiv flying (ront has Joined the MailuiJlisls and ilred many rounds at lios- i marching on Pctrosrad. Palace Guards Surrender Petrograd. Nov. tile troops and Iranspprls and course ot Iho day, a number of bombs were dropped on enemy (ranches and AEEMECIIY forces holding Ihe winter palace, wcro billed, compelled lo capitulate early today "During tho night more than tnrec nnder tlio tiro ot lhe 'cruiser Aurora [tons of bombs were dropped on enemy ind the cannon of the S. I'olcrandSt. alrdronjcs at Gonlrode 'and St. Denis Paul fortress across tho River, wcstrem and airdromes. In the valley V A.I 2 Ih-! woman's battalion which iuo riyer Lys. Railway comrnunl- had been defending the winter palaco also bombed and sails- lurrendered. The workmen s 'and sol- ract0ry result were observed. -Few fliers' delegates ere In control ol llielr uostnc airplanes were oucounlcred, city. driven doirn out of con- was reported last1 lrol AJI enemy observation balloon height at Lugi S5. miles oou.thwest ol (ho ground was destroyed''by one fetroErad. Late yesterday after the o[ our ,ow flying One of foverninont forces had bceu'.drlven In- our to return." to'the lhe palace was teselicd nhii'a lively f're oE machine carried out suc- 'rind Tho Bruiser cessfLl, In the 'Ar- Aurora'which >as moored al the anu- ra the -.-lett: bank'ot lhe tola I Bridge, moved us within range, MeUBe ln the 'region'' of .Vourcort Uig Conferences oh Boys' Work By The Mayor Tonight beat tboy coiiW irlth'machfno guns. Momentary-Succtss i Pariai Nov; "Thpsa who Ihonghl operation! thn Russian, revolution, had, been vll, (slied said 51. jjpnrt" lakolt, ttie Russian ambassador, In an jriicVvIevr-whlch" appears in the Petit '.farlile'n. "Alas, now lhe blood ol tur yeople v.'ill again IlowMi .however sad" maybe the- venl lp power" of lhe Maximalists, It be momentary success. In my opinion it Is'the supreme effort of Ihe JIaslma'llsts. Tlils desperate at- daring can bo onVy the ftlgnal fprUhelr downfall and organiza- tion 'of .ihoVovolutlon in a national arid patriotic sense .which Is hound lo 'as- lure.victory against enoralcs within and without.'. "Russia, as a whole, la about lo rally around a national government line! form.for It a rampart of flesh.and Moprl. A radical surgical 'operation was pcrliapVnctieEsary, ntter tbs'mls- Rnrlerstindlng caused by Gen. Kornl- >ff s move- lu order lo assure lhe sal- vation of immorlnl Russia." Occupy. Important'Poits' In'France and "We made a'successful. :rald last lo the eastward', of Harglcourt. nothing of. special Interest Favors Establishment of iine as Ivatipnai Home for Nov. J. Balfour secretary of tor foreign affairs hna written the 'following letter lo Lord Rothschild, eiprtHlne.Ihe great- est'sympathy with lhe Zlonlnl move- ment. r "The governroenl'vlewi .with favor Hie estahllshmen't.of-Palestine ai the Nov. In and ab- national home for the..Jewlih. people IhoSmolny.Institute, lhe will use endeavors' lo o v ACCLAMATION FOR LATTA Reglna, Nov> S. J. Latta, hiinUler of highways in the ivas elected by acclamation today for LasfMounlaln. Will Have Public Holiday on Canvass ,for Victory Loan The 'teen ago boys of Southern Al jerta arij taking possssalon .of Leth irWge today. From all directions they: are alreamlng Into lhe. city tor he' flrsl big boys', wort conference ever held here. _Each train disgorges crowd ot .them. Every ani hamlet is sending them. There are 'our hundred of them registered tor .he conference, and there will.-he great evidence ot tbem bn'qiir Elr'eeia for Ibe neil.few days.- rhlle several motor cars, 'bearing mill-aircraft guns, facilitate lha achleveBenl ot Ibis ob- Ject, It being nnaerilood thai nothing will that, may -pre- judice Ihe of non-Jewish 'CommiUjlllei In Baltour adds that .this decUra- Iton of sympathy" with; the Zlontilw rlrifloni to and approved by. the Tlie Jewish "Chronicle, -commenting ori Mr. ;X "With one' atep Ihe JfrwUti caiite has made a-arest bound (tjt the perceptible llrtlng' of tie clond of cen- turies', a palpable that, the I .The exemption board in ite first yeilerday examined 1B men. Of theaevlt, were rejected on medical 'orbundi, four'otherc "were lold thit they Were In the wrong; claw .and should not have reported. pOMible .that out of the ia Ihi'board thai it td 101'inn, i record. JJDit rt.thjt Were placed In A'cjaat. 7 In B elaaa; 12 In'C, M 53 IS (Sprclal In the Herald) Mngrath, November always one o[ 'the llvesl towns in Southern .Alberta vrhen It comes lo mailers patriotic, are stepping out In the" victory loan. A public holiday, has been declared for Monday neit, when.II will be tho objcct.ot lie That is The Question Impatient- ly Asked Now By The Ger- man People Copenhagen, sius, naval expert 'of Ibe Berliner Troops Are On Way To Tho Claims An- other Advance Tagoblalt, notes a growing impatience among Germans witli the .results of the submarine campaign registered lu a swelling Hood ot letters demanding an answer to the question "When shall we have England Ho throws cold water on.lho optimists and warna Ihem against' accepting as reliable figures on destroyed torinngc, Including those apparently German and other statistical material, j Captain Perslus says that'vrUli the 1917 harvest and the Imports of tbe tie food problem can scarcely become a inotivo for the next six monlhs at least, to make Great. Brit- ALLIED PREMIERS MEET IN HOME Ilallan Military Zone, >Iov. S. (De- BoLh Brlllsli and French troops are going toward the front. The French and Brllleh rcpresenla- lives, woo havo come to Ilaly bad a contercnce ot two hours today with King Victor Emmanuel. The military measures railed for by. the present situation were, discussed and were in active and cordial collaboration. Ou Icivlog tho kins lie party EYejich and British, troopa ward tbo front. In the party am sell u bond'for er-jain inclined lo conclude, Ho ery man, .woman and child jn Slagralh. holds that the. submarine question That Is a' big objective, but watcli Ma- for ino Brilisli will be-'nol we' gralh's smoke on Monday. The day lcortinue lue But) It Js also being made "a "gravel day" when by two or three the town's streets -will be gravelled. women's Institute are serving1 rlinhcn and "their -will Lo a tree "dance iii" the evening. pay? feiza? In 'Possession of the Brit- Great Victory Nov. (Via Renter's. 01- laira Teleisraphing under dale of November Heater'? corre- spondent at British headiiuartera In E-ypisaya; "Cain i? ours. Tie enemy. 1 1. In, retreat all along (lie line. Large qa lillei of war material rind giins liave [alien Into our The Turks be gah 'lovweaken .after cue- ceiiful operallons akulnst Ihelr rlgbt by the Londoners and Irlah dismount (d Yeomaiiry, jupported by Anrac cav Airy "a'nd Y'eomanry 'and East Ang Ilcaiia, .who attacked the West, Gail iklwln, a'large con- intlon of tlie Liberals of 'the. Strain-' con.-, feiisrtl constituency loday Allah of Edmonton soiith vaa unanimously chosen as' standard bearer for the coming election. -Reio- Intlons -vore unanimously issued'de- claring confidence '-In.Sir, Wilfrid Indorsing his recent mantfeir to and reaffirming Ihe resolution's-ot Ihe Winnipeg convention. Tentlon was presided over by.'Hugh M.P.P., wtib predicted an oyerwhelmlnB Vic- tory for the LanHor Liberal candidate. A convention of supporter] ot .VICfo'RliC-; NOT. ier oc'eiemptlons'.applled for here are :Ser'vice.'repqrts number 12I.J I- 40 NAMES IN LIST Ottawa, are ID names of western Canadians' in today's midday-casually- list, v of whom 1C includ- ing Captain" T-'S: Acheson, for- merly general, grain agent of the C. P. R. who Is seriously'wounded. -K- vlailed to- tho British pfe- broad, Henry Franklin chief of staff of the Freaelr-wai-> Fernle, Nev.v One Eaat mine Coal haa been vliited by inother-Mvere; bump. ,-There wtre'.fi'o workmen. In the region ct the bunip and. thote. working in, ..the gatVwhlch waa Urge quantltle' CLOSE THE-PPPIT.: Hlo govern- ment has issued a 'decree ordering.the closing ol the port British Win Big Over Turks in Palestinfe mler, Darid Lloyd Oeorgo, tho French premier, Paul Palnleve; lhe Ilallan premier. V. Orlando, Lleut.-Ceneral Sir William Robertson, chief Imperial stall at British army head- quarters; Major General Wilson, sub chief ot lha Drltlsh general elaff, General Smuls, formerly tlie Brltisb commander In Sonlh Africa; the Ilal- [an foreign minister, Baroa- Sonnlnp; the French minister 61 ralssjpnj abri Focb, mlnlslry'and Iheir staffs. Crois LWenza Berlin, NOT. Austro-German orcM-'lti Northern Italy, overcoming he resistance of-tlie; .Italian rear-' are advancinE toward 'lava river, Ihe.war.ofllca announces.-; rhe coTumunlcatlori ,-ic lias beeii'CTOBS; d; arm- y the "rearguard, and ieaselessly on" mountain roads; and on he plain, In driving saow and pouring iln toward Shock lUlIarf Headiiuirlers, Nov. the ABBOclatedi prMsV. Althongtt every one tell that It was that-'th'e AuBtrianV'.wpnld 'cross ,the to, It a terrible ahoek wben .came atone.1 the'light railroad from Ceniona, wWch follows the right bait of the river. ThlB new flood ot migration, new aufferlng and new desolation. Tb8 reireat from >ordehoi to TreTisb re- peated thai from TJdlne to the TagUa- Many officers ed In getting through tie enemy Itajei! by stratagemi.' A Slclllkn -loldier. ar- rived barefoot and t> ran, aavlnj walked Jrom .Gor'bia, y London, Nov. The entire ii, sector last night at 11.30; while .th'e Turkish army in Palestine is re- '--1' f West County and Indian troopa ad- vanced- against deteaces. i TurXs destroyed some ammuni- tion dumps but the booty in great. operation resulted in i greal ylclory, due largely.lo the strategy ot General who. outflanked the L T-urki'lett and thus'annulling) all lhe'advantages of.their Ills tttorls were u'obly: seconded. b; I the self sacrifice ffr- iiilence ot nil ranks "In every encoun- The troops are now- bually en- pursuing the Tnrki, whoee llniSi 61 retreat are being heavily Iheiled'bV. tlie naval arm; i operations consisted In the Turkish' rear, to] to kit rlgbU." ISSilSHUN condcmnen for U-p Ihoaaand by aro-ilatloned In'.adjacent streets to unparalleled. coming Insure, tho to the'head- IA .Quarlera. The "Burdens'' nround. Iho Institute are wllh-molor'cars with whlcli to. cn'rry Iho- dclosoles" aro'iinn Ihe 1own. Nikolai Lonlno.acconipahled by hla lieutenant, zlnovlefl, received ah enthusiastic Ills arrival. Tnoy- wuro BCHrcoiy-. rccogalzeu, Ino'havlng shaved olf his moustache and Zlnovlclf having grown n' beard. From bio. hulllule Iho revolution Arrnlerrlam, Nov.. Von cornmltlc-o Jfl fasulng-ordor afior Pnycr, a Progressive has hecn order for (ho occupation of ;nlIWiy designated as Oerma.nXce-clnncellor, jlnllons and government accilrcllns to a'aemi-offlclal lelcgram The drdsrs aro bueycd .pronifilly by! received hero from? Berlin', U adds lhe troops and tho lied Guard! thai. Itorr Fried' lachmcnls of eallora are arriving trom} leader of'th'e Nflllonal-Wberflla, Kroniladt, and two as vIceipreBldcnI'pf lhe PniialanI slale torpedo 'boats pro OrjCbprcd In IhM mlnfatry; Is conii'ldeced probable. There river near (to Nicholas'bridge. Kavp' been frequent IBS 'a-i'j- rlUjljer' fr'jiril !on goyernmeat for tpinor- lowed-by.a hesvy flank row, when It .la expected-that: defences on lhe left which 3ollgll reitgm expected lo be" chosen, tbo Hugslaii ifaV engineered' and tai 'FrledWrg would the lii'vice-CBlnceUor ISiJ bt.clinlnttlDi Hujali'irpm anibrii ttel -S-Ice-iircslnenty, Reporti enecilci .la -the ylrtua.1, I IA I ho I opinion eiprfssed In nerrspap'ertcai-: JPrlal. cominfnl. 'A deapondonl flow o( the oullook IB (nkcn by" sonio com- claim that Iho .Iflufnrih ,p( lliejMaxllriAnsls la Wennc.srlsy, l.hat llerr Krledberg lirpaliloiicy. IC'Vhail h'aen re- poi-led llinl Cair. -.Von wtiiilrl hot'diJslgiiat'rJ Iho vIcc-ch .13 the late Liberal member before led the Liberal' onBlaufhtlpt the Irish. One of the features ot the tlghllng was remarkable'stand of Iho) Welsh h'orn'e counties Iroops-agalnst a Tn'rk- lo gel ronnd our right. heavy gnns fs still aud- ible; Indicating that 'Iho Turks are illll receiving severe punlsbmenl.1' AT VANCOUVER Vancouver, Nov. lo Registrar R. 8. Lenhte only mart put-of an eallrruted number of Melbourne, Australia, trealhig lowardE Ibe north. Brit- ara following the retiring Turks anil bombing j Q Forty Turkian guns were cap-'. otticlal announcing the' inan British' Ffench forces.' are against the ..Turklah .communications. along th'o'Medltcrranean coaat. 4 Genera) Allenby reports that on hla righti lhe enomy. la retiring on Hebron ,nfl that our troops hainpere'd reatj capturing prisonera and a trans- pprU_ Our.mounted 'riflef, advancing hrbugh Jeihanth, and thirteen andj reipecllyely, east .of wcfied.'lhe spilth bank of the Wadlhesu, eleven iniles ndrtK ot the old Turkish front, ritabllshlnK con tact wlih our forces advancing' irpra. Taeae latter Ufern'banlr.' pt lhe Wadmeati and Her bleb, reaching lhe railway and turning the position prepared' by the eneiny on thel'rivor." :vv.. Turkish coastal rail _......, _ iuKII. uut. Vi Hn number 01 Reuters available (or Class 1 In British voting day Till probably, be December ARRE'STED ATWiNr4ipEO. clly tory .work. LOCAI- .ualonUt.prWirles. 'delegates have-been'notllled by lor tie eelecdan ol delcax 'cilefluAt Frajilc Bnrl, In ofrraadiad rPallia, federal Ja' Mimday, will be.held Jri' city, .'Burke la acciiseil A local hotelman by a While here he (wsed as an Arae'Hfin' ppllco Pl'llcer.who was'golng to. JMiiSn-; ton IP take- prisoner.; AusuCtln'B hnll this evening at T. Thn-cOnvenllon W being held in lhe K.-pt t. hall 1 Monday evening, 4 IN Ciiieye Ing enemy communications' hear 'tho coaa.t-and affording .other .yaiuable as- tho relreti Wednesdar, maQldpal aathorilles a'eUlemOTt of he. Oeraiaiii tpmenlla'g i Oar Italian Armies Are Undef Leadership JSogl Rome. 'Nov. Italians ire belter organizer! than iVwas-om' the still holding'back tho Austrlans and banks of tho Tagllimentff lid torcap- acllons, while able of Indeed, some of tho.HalUn [he main body'ol.lba Iroops la estab- lishing Itself', on .tho positions chosen for the r.ealslahce, says today's official sUlejncnt. .Tho announcement say.i: ..lo arrlvo and cslatilieh IhemselVes on lhe.positions chosen lor resist- i y reiriguards and covering un- Its iitlll the'enemy by their traire.'beria'vlor.'atirl acllvlly." gents aro nolrnaled by'fgch ardor ffHn Ihn _'__L 'l__V___' IliUin