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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 14, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta VOLUME X. LKCHHltUXUC. ALBEHTA, WEDNESDAY. NOVEMBKH M, 1917 NUMBER 284 KEREN SKY AGAIN HAS UPPER HAND IN RUSSIA 'Austro-Germans Claim An- othtr Advance, But Ital- ians are Holding Out PARLIAMENT WILL i BACK UP ARMIES Berlin..Nov. capture forces ol tlio lowns o I'rimolane, In the SUBann. and Feslro. west of Ihe upper Plave river Is announced by Iho war pllicc today Full Support lo Army Rome. Nov. (ban 600 sen and deputies havo arrived-In Rome" from' all parts of Ibo counlrj lor tlio opening of parliament today Tlie prevailing talk amo'ug them !s IhaUlie people pi their constitueucle ai'e determined lo snpport'lnc govern BiBrit and the trmy lo Ihe fullest'ex tent In resisting the Invasion. Refugees fru-ii occupied lerrltor contlnub to "pour southward. The are receiving assistance everywbere- Still Holding Front Italian Headquarters in llaly, 4ay: Nov. Iho Associate Pressj-yrho-Plave line sllll holds i the against the heavy, conlln ubus 'artillery fire, from the casjfcr .hank and the.', efforts: of the Auslr, Germans Ihc stream. Thes efforts have'npt taken (lie proportion of-a general movement hiltallons crossed- Ihc river on ppj too'ri5''iiear'Zehs'ph. The Italjan'arli lery.coiiccnifaled IU fire on ihe rail either destroying them midstream or-pushing (hom back o llie.rjverfbauk. Toe fighting .h'er ijlJo' have etuV'rie'd' from" t he': Ijatlerli [r the German fir ft- rls'r eiiremeli'.ihcivy .but bum, mldd eiihera.dlyersion br'a pr h' hfiivy attack gelling down Into U Bassano-and the'-plain Ihas soparatljE the'.Italian a I ihy .Trentlrio front from tli oh the Pia'vc.- indicate th _lhe 'enemy: U operating on ma Genera] Doroovicz Is on t' .Yon Endow oh" Ihc upper Piayc, Gen: Trentino and-Gener Cnnfail in .the western Trentlrio. Buelow. the.task 'trying lo 'force ihe centre while Bor- press .111'Ihe Plave >an'ci Trenlihp wine. An Jlallan aylalor who rnndc one of Ihb last flights bv6r UQInc after II was clly .was damag- ed birt.lltlle. Ho'says several largq. fires' nt separated points were ,aeen i ami tVio hope is'eiipreascd-that one of theraiwas.nbl.lho city hall'ol Udlne, which -Is "a -handsome monument .of Venetian architecture resembling the .Doges Palncer' 1 THOS. BIGGS 'resident-rf[ Dlatrlct 18, U. M. W. of A. and In the Kooteaay in -Iho federal Election. Defeated by Straight Vote in House Was an Unusual Occurrence. 'Coimf That Day Lost Whose Low Descending Sun Fiadc Your Hand No Victory Gun. British Completely Repulse German Attack in Flanders Noy. Cerniiua her of successful raids, particularly k mcl wilb a coiupleie dtteai at tbelBOUlli o[ Si. Quentin, cast of Saplgneul [.Kinds yesterday m apd Cliaume Wood ard- IVft _ ._ Itie war office reports. An i attempt to the ground re- leciitly vvou bf ihe British near PUSR- chcndaele was repalseJ. Tlie inunlcatlon 'follows-. WITH HIS MIMSTRY tnicry already noted, the Germans PAiNLEVE RESIGNS "Following up- of ihc-Jr ar- ycslcrdaj- attached positions held mln mm- b back ten "Elsewhere Ihc night was Berlin Statement- tier] in, NOT. Ihe op- erations la the East and In Mace: dojila, Ibe official statement of Ibe German war oltice loday says; "Eastern thctlre: IBoulh ol Ihc Klga T> i v -nPVP mn Paris, Nov. ie ane.e m- islry waa dofcaled by a direct vole lu t oil lhe Etound uorth- of j Petrpsrad railway our .josls .repulsed snack was TO- Has Ambulance-at. Front DaV Saved CiH- MM Taxes Jfagrath, Nov.; Magrath branch ol the .Ifed" Oross- soclely has received word thai of }3000 for the purcjasb ,of ai'i'ambul- ance had been .toe am- Dulanc'c had hcen purchased Slid that it would be senl'lbjhe .frost 'as, Ihe Mazralh lied Cross j'Anibulance'-- No other branch ot'lhe Bed'OfbiJ society in Ihe-provlncelhas, at Ihe .'front-bearing; Mr.1 'Brad- lift presldenCo? local'- branch and'in very, proid ol iio. Iho chamber of deputies today, and later resigned. U Is the llrst lime an aclion Iia3 heen taken by Ihe chamher since Ihe beginning..of the not lo vote against Ilia government, hul to express criticism by abstaining from their votes. Strong dlssallsfflclion with the go.v- eroment's handling ol the Ilolo Pacha affair Is belioved to be tlie riiotlve which changed Ihc passive discontent to active opposition. Two oilier things thought to had a part In Iho JowQf.ii: of ihe Palhleye cabinet were tbe-premier's statement exonerating M. AJalvy, Ihe former minister of Ihe Interior and Ihe fiasco altendlng the irosecullon' .of L'Acllon Frahcalse, edited by Leon Daudct, the accuser of M.' Malvy. The ministerial .crisis "There Is nothing furlbcr lo report" French Front Paris, Nov. ivas very active lasl night In Iho right bank of Ibo WenTe (Verdun says today's-bliiclal communication. detachments .made a .i. "on tiVeWwftVoTTMaKvatb more loan a dollars la.Uies: On- thai teams1 and from' pit 'a'mlle from'town" all'1250 in. bllla'wlll .be head ol population. At n'ooD th'e.iromen's' In- inner; U'100 sl'ltute served d Inne flallnn IlalVi Tuosilay.-N'ov. 13. Cars in Norlhom (Uy Ihe Aa- sccllon "6! Italian armored' motor each, of firera In tho.lnr- rets, Is Just hack from one.of tlic most IhrlllifiE'citperkncea of the w'sr. Tho these cnra ivas nssl ed-was td'liold iht brjilgcs from the Tagllamcnlp jq tho Pinvc rivers until the caValry rear guards hacl-pasBCd cross, and then (o burn the Tlie-'comniander and a Tiuinber of secn'by tho corrcBpoillleni al' their CRnip, recouiilEd ;thclr eirerlencej as though thcyweic efcry day occiirreri. 'l.lugo, CP-rs rcscmbllnE: tonka stood bout at Iho (he scars I hey., received.'In tho rccehl yprdcal. bodies tteePdoor, 'and for'obser- vation; Durposes, two sraall I Iro'proTlded- The .two iun-cla aWe Iho linger ono liavlrfg 'one (owor-lwd'." allack by Jtussinh.raiding detach menls. of Gorodiszozc (norlh of Uaronvlchs) an enterprise by Germ'an and thrusting troops ivas successful. "Jlzcedonlan front: The artillery duel on Ijie.heights east of Paralovo and In the Cerna. nend increased lo considerable Intensity." TororiiO; ollhe under, which men were kepi ccnics on the eve ol'lhe Inler-allled lVIthout any "clothing on' >bllb walling conference here and every effort, will (o tHe-doctbrs al Ihe be ma, e to setlle ly. ,-as young men .President Poineare will begin con- A-3, when'they :-Kere called iMltflHnn.i Telih nnl lical leaders Inmnr. ,L- sultations with political leaders tomor- row morning. CAK'T SEND. JAPS. BoJernrrwrit .-campaign1. In LethbrldBe .Ing night. Further; particulars will be announced :later. lo hi lie blunders bebi ___.1_ I... lln .Illn.. In' II, iflim fli made by the allies In Ihe'paH iEtho patch from Copenhagen. M.' Kefeisiiy.'f, conduct of Ibo.jrar.- Ilie" Bols'jiey Paris, Nov. Benitt ytitcr dny volcd lo suspend lhe..irflmb.nHy of iHumberl', Downer of the Paris Journal.)'Jo .illow. IJolo.l'acha, arVest1 age, In InsllLule Hurahert. liolo Pacha ha'BVchorged lhat .he loaned, money tp in brdor to :p'urchas4 of (lie Joifrflal. lie also hai.yccUsed; toe senator of alor Humbert lastiWdek' Vsked. Ihe senate, to app'rove' [he'Isusperislon :of Immunity, after to lih csarnlnlnB had employed the him of meeting aOEdmonlon >-cs .'f-.tie resignation, or Mr... P- M- Black ds.'public ulillties commlsfioner It decided'lhat the appolnlmcnt of a successor will he London, NOT. poVt'pbned Black join- erica's share In tlie war, the ed last March-it tbe press savB; John StocKs. .Preylously "If Ihe enormous resources of; thV he aad.been treasurer of. P.-Burns United potentiality' (or Co" The'reason given lor "his reslg- warfare to he employed wilh tho gre'ail-. nation. by_ Mr. Dlack'is-to tlve him ----------1L1-.........-----------------L'" devote to hla work as as- est possible Is clearjhat tlffle lo co-oie'rallon .matt- be Ihorough 'atuK; sls'lanl'tobd wilhout.reservation. go so lar.'as' Wlaira, Hot. 'iJ.i-lfon. T; Wi Crolh- trs, rfilhlslcf of labor, vrhen asked Ilila id lo'aay !iatlliB iitiniy ol the new el- lied war council entirely .up on American reprcscnlallvea silling wllh the British, French and llalians, BDI! on ah American soldier joining the Inlernalional slaff." TWO STRAFOHT LIBERALS SI. John, N.B., Nov. several hundred Liberals ot-Sl. John -Albert TOj.OPPOSE F. MacLEAN Nov. Jogc hail been Invite'd lo be- come' a'lahor crindldale for the Soulh York'Tiding, declined lo accent, (hi Four names were sub milted lo' (he mecllng and ttro were a hallol was taken to de- cide'; whether fiichards, firesi- (By tho Canadian Overseas Cor-. ......_ respondent Canadian Headquarters In France, via has 'ailed. The. boasted attack which was .o have swepl our 'Iropps- oft Pasach- endacie ritige launched late yes- terday afleruoijn.; From VindicliTe Cross foadsti'iu- "ann tne en- eniy.advanctd. In force, only .to be' met of our artillery, causing hlrri, heavy losser every slop' of the-.way. Those of the eneray.-n'ho survived pur'barrage -were caught by rifle and .machine gun'fire and .repul- sed all along the line. .As he has fail- ed to blast our men ,oul of the posi- tion! so has failed them but.' Canada is secure on Ihe ridge.-.Our troops have been .Ualiy ning the fortvard line, while our guns have been advancing lo new positions. Prepared for yeslcrflay's attack Our artillery, arid- infantry .cooperated -in the of picked llghline of the. c'enlral empires. who meet lortay have their-way In the fleril of Ihe lahor J. T. Gunn frirly conrcnllon, Iwo. slralghl .-sh'oultj' be (lie candidala The lailer men silppurllnK Sir Wilfrid Lsurlcr i by a large malorllf. Ilr will te npminaled. t wifrofffosa AV. F. MacLcan. s Now Reported lo Be Com-' plelely in Control of Sit- uation in Russia, HIS HEADQUARTERS ARE AT MOSCOW Stockholm, Nor. Kcr- msky has entered PeLrograd. accord- ng Lo desiiatch received from the correspondent of Iho Swedish News Agency at Haparauda, oa tho i order. Kerensky In Control London, Nov. Finnish Tele- gram llureau IhD whole ot Rus- sia except a Eroall'part of PeLrograd In now In the Iiand3 of the provisional ;orernmenl. Tlic proTialonal Russian government referred lo In the foregoing Is the gov- ernment o[ Premier Kerensky, which the Dolsber.kl allempted to over- throw. v Want SoclalliU To Act Amsterdam, NOT. German Independent Socialists, according lo the Tageblalt ol publish In the Volte Zellung of Leipzig a manifesto calling upon the Socialistic proletariat Jn Germany to respond to tLe liusslan peace offer as made by tho Maximal- ists in Pclrograd. The manifesto aug- Eeafa Lhat meellngs to lield .esveo'- where In favor bf, a general armlstlcb for the purpose of obtaining ajptace ivilhont anneiallon. Kerepiky'Has Ixindoti, Premier Kercnaky- ID PetroErad, companied by troops, is !he Russian 'iifi to an Exchange Telegraph-dls-' Tha premieres' be pfes- Tbe.waL one with the tial poinls'of his Paris.'Ipeech'aTidjfne policy which. It and prepared to'hold altitude of. the unionists will-have fecl on the parliani' Chancellor said he would not repiaui'a itie conlltion cabinet.unless ed Ihe general support ,01 ihe ,iinion: isls. There is a good'deal of criticism" of the premier's new-policy from'the unionists, allhoL-1- course, may bc.c Lloyd George la speech "Vr NEEDS :THJ5. MAN. Winnipeg, the. urgent reqnes.Vof Pood Conlroller Hahna, The board "of: control this .morning agreed lo release P.-B. food in- speclp'r, for service In Jlr. Unnna's dtparliricnt' f.( pll.iwa. Southern Doing Its Share: to A Raise Millions of Loan -i Amflterdani, ap parcntly-by Ihe peace of- fer, the ,b( .the Nnllonal'! says: thai the HulgerlinS s'elvct to be tronhle'd 'by. the'-declare (Ions of Russian of the It I day, nevcrl PouTing In unanimous fdlur? perlously d.eniJnds'tho -possession of Dobrudla to the irioulh of the-IJinubu v lorded........ J60.S60 j! Mr.. Wilkinson started oul mori irded Tuesday I appllcallons. One Frank am MAPLEi''' CO. HAS.'EXTHA piyil .Montreal, Nov. Previously recorded Officially reed i Total official Iho figures officially record- ed 10 dote In the big Victory Loan campalBn' of Iho Lcthbridge clty-.dlvl- slon showed llllla Increase for Tues" day, nevertheless the subscriptions are li this morning as n result ol 's nnd-the c.Oin- Ihc tpttil'-Is nov? wllh 'several -thbnaarids'dot To ilato (lie organization IS i not smoothly ns the i_ ____ vould like. Some of Ihe canvaiseij aro Just'starting lourfy for first time. thc-chd of the week, hor.'- Ihe whole syslcm of Bh'ould be' clockwork.and" raah.'.OI.Ibert I.undc, took was so robr lhat his slock farm because he hod no feicl and ho money to buy any. lie is a "homespun" farmer, Cole id 11111- Creek Nov. cam- __ 'selling ol victory bonds 19 nowr', fully" organized and a very" in' working his section evinced hy easily rail Presidio, Texas, Nov. between Villa forces aiid.Meilcan'gov- cr'ninunt troops 5.20 slarled from the radually with the ,day- Ighl I'nlo a conslafit shots.- No artillery, machine-Sim'.' or hand bombs usAl In-tho fnat-at- tack. Amcrlcnn Ing the ford opposite reported bullets are- falling .on Ihe American side ol kl..- City. r w-in'Pelrbgrad ami hasilak-; npuncerhcnt of Jureau-says.'- According lo these were received m a cablegram, filed: at-' Stockholm 'at 4 o'clock ye'slojday aflernoon, Pj-cinler Kerensky defeated the- Bolsheviki at 'Tsarkoe-Sclo.-'s are reported; to-.have troyed Ihe Red the leiegrapb Vv..- lines are now In M. Kerensky's the.fTelegrani Bureau "leporta. For fee last three .days reports have coming in- from Scandinavian sources ol Ihe defeat of Ih'e-Bolshev- ikl, liul they hivi been contradlcl'ed hy wireless despatches' from. grad. Th'ls is Ihe that an accbnnl has been received of ibaltle't at Tsarkoe-Selo; -a'-Kerensky victory being-rejwrted New Capital 'at .Mptww London, Nov. Finnish Telfr gram'JJu'reaa says Moscow li the head- quarters bf Iho'. provlilonai.. govern-' Kerensky..has''. Issued orders from ".Moscow have appcarefl in Ihe. Pelfognid as well as the Helsiiigfors. which have headlines irinbunclng that '_-- the Bolsheviki Is nearing Us downfall.. General Kaledlnes; the'Cossaclcaead-, er, Is said to rjt'dlclalor' f or.'Sotrlhern nussla. orders .ol the prbvlnelil sky, Cejicral ..'i? The.Finnish Telegniin irarein'i overthrown, tile' Bolslieylkl 4q sag- slpn of _the samft-reppiis, 'which; were con Irad feted hy'- the jinnb'up'cement re- ceived Kerehsky. torcCT hidiheen' dcfelted in a near.Tsajskoe-SelQ'.' J Jlonlreal.'Nov. first enforc-. ed enllslera under Mha .Jl.lillary Ser Ira dividend .'of ________ _________..... d.of lOTioKceht. Maplftl.eaf morning when of the Ilcn-' paid first dividend im the cbmriion derson commission, which la April of.'.iSlS, ,.T' jjccUred. a'n ox- Iho dally figures are expccldd crease by leaps end bpuncla, Tho-lZ. learas. trlcts Ih.lhe Immedlala Lclhhrldgd are-hard It ine iinoingR 01 ice comimg.tipn nn--.wnicp BCIDI-------- Ihal IhU cent. the canvartersrTTheyirari rofiiuii which Itoa. W.. MarcH-31.'' tit Ihan garf JD April. of. evident In ia' tb'lhb. r'erxirl' of percent, cltv has UA -U..-7.L.J ,ucij as and toe; report! tre'. rtxelvea LethbrlAce ;rlct will have foil -_'.. eominUslon loft Ion Itil week, but lhat rltal bails. Oi rail! 'as.nol-laken'wiien the.nVlA'hv an extra Mr dlvl- few at Iho' denrl (or (he cnrrrt't will ..To dalo OQi'-h'ia'bccn subscribed. i Going Sti ring .Mlg'ralh, Nov. lllllc lown of Magralh raised In (ho flral day Loan. campaign.' Ma- easlljv raise Us quota of and la golDE'afler Bltlrraort, Nov. Flgiir'M record- ed tdt the Victory Loan'In the Pass Id lasl nightmare: Bltlr- i- vice premier-and-inlalsler of ttaUMn the laic Brbnd-'eabrnel; It ,na parade, elc., but a cbrrrnrlftee of our bcsl'busl-. nejs appointed do subsdrlpUons loV.the (own proper'and 'lite', oullylng pafls of Iho district divided and the fol- lowlcj'nlort appblnlcd anrl carry pn'the'lgpicl M. B. .1. Elllbtl, all th.OTCmalnd'er' o! lb.6 district lying soulh Old J., J.'Bra.n'iHy'VThe (own combilUeV la fij H. BtrtsenbetTy, J. 3- Camei- f c. 31as3 provided .wlttr uniforms'at ilcpot battnllon comman'ded'ibKlAeut. M: A.-Ficiic. td Ipr, liboT haV' ali.ois. _ ._. so the .-The people here not-1 government are maloritr, or'Miilfalllsts, troops have 'Joined adds. Would Austrian newspapers print a sUlenient from Ihc CWflclal Newa .'Agency pointing out Inaljhelthef. Vienna 'nr Berlin has rfy t ipeace or'arinlsllcd proposal from the Husslan'governnient .1 and'a's long Iho now rulers of nut- I Bla'dd'n'ot-'subralt proposals Ui.e-.cen-.; i tral.powers dare ilo nothliifr In Ihc according to a. despatch from Vienna. L Should rclal.n; the opper liand In Jlussla .and come .Iqr- ward -with 'a poaco offer Uip. Hungarian government, would, statement says, Imtnediatoly estab.Hih accoril'wl'-li'lis allies nnd -fli, a; i.- 'm'ph i V; workmen and rmr'.j: the statement, cOntin9 capable of forming, a' (nre tor serious peaiia of i Kussla. A Just j la'-com and" .Chief .Jui- caaJ'rmfln; .4.-.-- for tnV. So'taMiiy, if1 CarnWr by 'anneiatj has. undV present _____ go'tjrrti ;