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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 14, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta FRIDAY, NOVKMBKR U, lUl'J tfetaW [VOLUME XII. NCMBER 283 Decision May Interfere With the Dorpat Conference Now Being Held OVERTHROW AT BREST-IATOVSK Nov. Bal- llc states Conference it Dorpal has teen advised thnt Finland haa decided ID aid Ren. Vudcnlldi with ilirce them- eenil soldiers IQ a ncvr nt tempi to lako within (he next few wecfcs. Tilts (levelopmcut lale today may lerlously Interfere with, nnd pcrliaps. speedily bring to an end the efforts ot ihc ilai'ic stales delegate-3 here lo reach nn agreement with the lluialan Uolsherikl, BolshlcB Overthrown LONDON, Nor. JIHVC been overthrown In llicsl-l.Ilovsk n soviet wlrdoEs dispatch from Mtis- cow today adtnlts. After Hailing the Insurgents there lor night days, iho dispatch says, tho IJolshoylkl with- drew' "under ground." (TliG expres- sion Is Commonly used In H listen lo! indicate the temporary nhinrtoa of nn attempt to control, tho defeated j clemenla scattering and abandoning open orgaulzwl efforts for the Lime Tho communication assort9 that tha Bolshevik nrmy in, Siberia has captured ions of grain. Another Announcement, tn (ho message Is to the effect that tons of oil burned in n flro RL Grozny I, In the northern Caucasus. AUacX Petrograd Again 'WASHINGTON, Nov. .-itIons for another attack on Fetrograd ivlth concentrated forces despite tho curly winter ia wcatern. II us si a. am be- ing made by Gen. tho a array, today slated. Gen. J was EtilJ lo be confident of his "ability" to Lho clly, although lils'forces nave been drawn upon-for duty elacTThere. ___ Conditions In Pelrogracl Ttcrc re- ported to bb worse than over. In Ihcj event of Urn of Iho clly by Gen. YurlenUch'a army tho Finnish government has agreed to sunyly tho population with fuel and provisions! According lo reports, Trolalty has written a letter saying ihnL the dan- RGF threatening Pctrogrnd has been averted, hul not removed and thai Ixmlne speaking tn has de- clared that he puts every nopo In Iho Tvorkcn of western Kuropc. Ontario's Farmer Government 4' v "J1 IMo ,4 re, ,4re O. C. Graduates Predominate 4 TOHONTO, N'OT. followlcc are aomt- of the personal char- acteristics-of the Drury cabinet sworn In today: B. C. Drury: A. firmer who teen actively engaged upon Lhi: Dnjry homeetead at Crown Situcoo couoty; graduate of tap On- tario Agricultural College, and a, prominent ,Ilgure in the movement lor years; ran as Independent-Liberal In 1017, but was lealcd. II llaney. K.C., attorney -central: Toronto Jaivyer. who has been prominently Identified, Trith. moral reform moTcmcois. having takea n Icadfoc part In tho .war azalnst race (rack gambling; a Lit- eral. Jl. II. Grant, mfaicter of education: Carleton couniy farmer, xrad- utlo o! tha OnUrb Atrlcullural College and iho University of To- ronto; baa had coasMerable experience Irt county adruInlslrailoE; lor.- Smith, provlaclal treasurer: A well-known Porlh county alock farmer; formerly a school teacher. Has bad experience as town-hip clerk; a farmer Liberal. H. 0. Xlion, jrovinclal secretary. Farmer, Branl county, a graO- utte of Uic Onlaria -Jgrlcuhural Collrge and an energetic supporter oT the United Farmers' movement; former Conservative. C. D. IlTefia. ralalatcr ol public works; Uuns (j big farm in vorlli county, an Ontario AsricuHurnl College and business college gradnalo; has liad exjtfrleaco In county and municipal admble- irallon. a Ijiberal. Manning' Doberty, rclnlaler of agriculture: Peel county stock raher ami an authority upon agriculture, post-graduate In agri- culture from Cornell liDlrcrelty; was a lecturer aV Ontario Agricul- tural Col logo; formerly Conservative. Hcniali Dow man. minister of lands, forests anil mines: Fanner at Ixiup Bay, Manltoulln. Tte IlrsL United Fanner lo Bit In the le'gls- lalure, having been elected In October, 13IS. Waller Hollo, minister ot labor anil health: leader of Independ- ent-Labor party group; a broom-maker by trade; editor ol Labor News; a Hamilton-mail. Henry Mills, member Trlthout portfolio (until rcparato department, ot mines is Locomotive engineer at Fort. William, formerly a miner, A member ol Fort William of education lor several LleuL.-CoL Carmichael, minister without portfolio: ColUjgwood. Served overseas for four' years; disting on several occasions, Farms near guished himself BULtETiNsjLETHBRIDGE SUB-DISTRICT ALMOST jHITS MARK FOR WHOLE DISTRICT Veterans WaiitVote On Bonus YANCOUVEh, Nov. Lcing scl aside by Ihc ;ie- lion of Ilic7 Dominion govern- ment in linallj1 rejecting any sug- gestion of a fnclliei- grnliiity lo veterans of. Hie great war, (lie incniljcrs nf llic local brancli of llic GrcnlAYur Yclerans' Assoc- j iation Insl niglil decided to ask illie Dominion cxeciilivc of Ilic IIINDENBURG CHEERED BY DERUN STUDENTS BERLIN, Nov. Mir- hal von Hlndenburg, who re- ccnlly arrived In the capital, was the centre or a demonstration last night, when he InEpected the guirdc and caiieti at LLchterfclde. Qen. Ludendorff accompanied the field marshal on hli Inspection. A torchlight parade was held and the band played patriotic music, while the student! cheered Iho field marshal. Victory Loan Workers Sec One Goal Subscribed Till Thursday Night, While Objective for Lethbridge District Under Chairman Shepherd Only Chairman Harris Confident That Three- Quarter-Million Mark Will Be Passed. 'Hat Airman's Body Being Brought West In OTTAWA, Xor. Ijody ol PJcul. Harry Dobbin, the Victory Loan .aviator vrho, James P. .Munroe, Inalion-wide (o S jslcps lo have UlC Dominion left Ottawa Ibis morning on 1 M f r I Ihc l.'2Q Cflimdlau Pacltlc trflin (or lest llic feeling of Ilii? 1Uo home or tiio dead RAYMOND HAS FLAG AND FIVE CRESTS; CARDSTON HAS REACHED FLAG QUOTA I'p to last evening LethbrldEe City .A. Nlcas, of the White Lunch Cafe, and Coaldale had purchased or (ho most energetic local can- vrorth of Victory bonds. The cam-1 palgn Is fltlll going RS ehowu liy ihc fact thai subscriptions Ing fame Into Ihe headrjuarlers Ijy mall Ihfs morulng. On Tliureday of tills week ti state- ment was issued by Catgary heail- HuarLcrE allowing the following pro- gress marie up (o that tlmo by points In Soiutiern Albcita: District Xo. Suit. row's Neil Pass [people on (lie qiicslion. It was j Ihc unanimous Opinion Ihal Ihc association ninsl take a stand f fore-Ihc counlry on Ihc land must seek Ihc weight i public opinion in its proposals.. 10 LOOK M Dr. Tolmlc, Mlnisler of Agricul- ture, Suggests Appointment of Foreign Agents OTTAWA, Nor. plf.clng ot ft Canadian renroacMattvc lo look p.ftcr devqloproeDl of Canadn's ex- ports of Is advo- calctl by Hon. S. Tolinle, minister r-f aRrfcnJlure, Injn foreword tn (he November tasne tjt Iho Canadian Apsrl- c'nKurnl aazcitc, hy llio dcpsrt- Jnfnt of agriculture, After (IcnllnRAvIth (he Browtn ol tiro natlonnl flcbl njld tbo onln- Ion Ihet K handled hy the de- velopment o( natural Tcsources ot Uie Dominion, Tolrals proceedg; T bcllero lina arrlyed tho ariTlciiltunal Jnleresla of Oinnda should the very beat man AVAllabM Jorflj'ed In )yondon to look arter nur1 and to asi our foods placet] tho niarXel In the poialblc, shape. "H 'la the rii o( Hie Korcrnmenl to locftlo for the farmer Iho best mar- kfrlij keep him ajArltert ol their slato and Informed on points pcrJalnlug to his ft furor the enlarging of our cold facilities (or over- reaa fhlpplr-B ,ftnJ tellcro Hiai this xrlll be n itcpiln aulslln? lv com- pile with -foreign countries. )Vo can Hot control export prlcea, hut wo seek lo placs our'sooQa economically, on foreign mirkela And thus fncrcnso our Will Press Murder Charges Against LW.W. Murderers CGNTRALTA, Nor. 4 Work- ers of ihs In -conneclioii >yith.thq shtiot- ing- nnd 'tlealhs, here- Tuesday, will bi: pressed immediately despite the les- tlmiinr Introduced at the earoner'n Jury yeslerday, J. p. as- sistant rounty-ottorney. to- day. Cunningham made this sliite- irtcnt In commenting on "tllQ .lesllmory given at Iba .coroner's jury by Dr. Hlekell, one of the marchers, to the effect UiaL LliO' former eoHlcrs ai- tacherf (Tie hall before any ahols wcrs firel, Hold Memorial CBNTUAL.IA; llc nieuiorlal services Wr -the four American soldiers killed "by alleged In- iJuslrlnl Worttrs the World dur- ing tlio armistice day parade here Tuesday will be held tero Intc today. Worker Shot UENTHALIA, Nor. H.--G. A. Godtrey, who described litmsclt as a iilllvrorkcr. shot in the shoulder early Loilay aj ho i driving an au- Lomoblle throueh CheLalla. The stiol was fired by a lormer serrlca man, ogling au guard, after Godfrey had failed to obey 1 KB command to halt, repeated several times.- Soldiers as Police Sher- 1U Jeff Darlell _ in can Legion members last -nig-Til special' deputies to aid him In a coaiv (ry-ivlde fight ort Ihc Reds. Labor Paper Raided S_KATTJjI3, Nov. Tho SeaLlIe Union Record, a daily newspaper own- ed by Ihe Seattle Central Lflbor Conn- made 11s appearance again today. Yesterday federal- oJDcers visited the planl nnrt arrt-steil Us editor.. K. B. Aull, and two the labor couricil'i hoard of directors. Ihrco ivcre at liberty under bonds to- day. They chargcil with vlolal- 1115 Iho Ksplonage Act. After holding the plant- for hours. It was turned hark lo the own- United Slates District Attorney IlohcrL C. Snimdcrs said officers car- ried from Lho hulltltng a truck lond ot boo'rts and papers which wih be searched for cTidenco lo lie used in the 'prosecution. It ivas lltal the Ilecord condoned Iho I. sliool- ing al Ccnlralla Tuesday. airman, ii-hero interment lull lake place, on Monday. The remains ivoro Recompiled by Ted Dobbin, twin brother ot the de- ceased, and Cant, llusscll Smith. A small party of Lieut. DoLhlii'a closest oj- friends were at tlie Elation. They weri! Mr. and Mrs. George -Coyles, CapL Muckleslon, Harold Sykes, llr. and Crosslcy Sherwood and Ma.Jor W. n, Dlack. Resting on lop ot Ibq coffin encasement, were two argc boies floral tributes from frieDda In the city. Will Have on Treaty Uiscusaea it PARIS, Nov. feqiiest by the United Stales that reser- 'vatlons lo "the. German treaty be auerrted to by the allies, is understood, meet with a neoative reipcnse by both Great Britain and France, accord- Ing to semi-official sources here today.- The situation ere i ted by Ihe delay. In ratification of the treaty by the United Slatei aenv ate wai discusied in the coune< of in London between Stephen Plchon, French foreign mlnliter, Premier Lloyd Oeorge, .Wintton Spencer Churchill and .Arthur J. Balfour, It became known here today. U.S. Coal Miners Not Anxious to' go to Worki Lady Aslor Thinks She'll Win By Majority-Other JJye-EcIecfions Ecnor.illy showed disposition lo ;nvait devcloumcnla of the mcctins loday at of miners arid operators, called by Secretary of Lahor U'llson to ncgollale a new ivagc scale. Th, Tolnuo concludta: "rt'o need but vfi want the kind lint will promote harmooy, unity nnd Industry Cthroujrhoul Iho Dominion. Qjir rrtust be eelectod, antl fin] 7 thrisn who will ntlopt our sland- Brrf of 1'iTlnx'nnd respect Jaws considered desirable people to bs- como adopted as Canadian citizens. Tho mank tlKflcultles trfi BOW foco can lie ortircomo It ire labor In har- mony for wio nurpoBO of nienlSng our flnancjal ivllh our acrlcul- jhiral prjOduotB." NOT. Increase in the amount ol bilnmliions that llieir participation might bo mis- coat construed as Bccentance of the union wag in prospect today. The miners principle, operators of non-union minns ouLsldu oC comhclltlTd fields slated hero today that they -would probably not ficccpt tho Invitation of Secretary Wilson to take part In llifi conference holweeri union miners and operalors to bcsin ncro today. Tho output ot tin non-union mines la (ona or one-sixth of thG nation's pro- ducllon. Tbo flraL snag bf Iho confftrcnco will bo Iho unwillingness ot operators out- Blda of tbo compellllvo Add lo enter Into negotiations (or nnolher nation- ilmllar lo ington waRQ during lha war. Thai ftgreemcnL Inaujurated bj Fuel Admlnlstrelor OarAeld wai the ftrsl TO MX tli9 sanm da to for iha expiration ot contracts between operators onil tnln- ors In all parts of (he county, Ofiposi- tion cxpeagcd to continuance ol this nrangcmcnt hecauee 11 jrave (ho union officials power lo can nallon- ivJla ctrlkftr Union Not WorVIng PI.TT3BUHO, Nor.' a union coil mlna In ihe western Poruv sy Ira Din flold wns fn operation loday and operatorA anti-labor lenders few, If ivoiild return lo work until Monday. All the offlccra of the union In Washington lo nltcnd Ilio confer- cnco trllli Ihe fiovernmcnl anrl Ihc operators' lieatlqu.irtcrs gave out Iho slntcmcnl "Vtfo havo no raporls from anywhere." Xon-unJon mlnoa were opnrrflJng lo capiclty. It Tras flsscrlcrt by opcralors, and coal was ho ing limicil ftTi.f shipped wilh- nil speed. Awaiting Dcvslopmcnts OlIICAUO, Nov, produced throughout country Kour bye-elections are now in pro- Plymouth, where T.nrty Aslor The llepresenlativcs oC Urllain, Soulh Africa and India To Visit Us WASHINGTON', Nov. IRTI ArranscnienU are belns made for a short tour nl cHalern Cd'.i- ad a by tbc members ot'lhc delegations from Great Ronlh Africa nnd India Lo Ihc International labor con- ference. Invitations (o this effect have been lendcreJ by Iho Dominion government aiicl hy the Canadian 3Ian- ufaclurers' Association. The date vf Iho parly's urrlral In CnnarJa will de- pend on progress made at tho confer- ence, Nut U Is expected lliey Trill bo ablo to leave here beforo Iho end of tho month. According lo Iho..'p7pscni_ hlt la proposed to pro-' pr lU coed via Niagara J'alU ID tho Ontario Industrial centre, then, lo Ottawa, Mon- Ircal nnd SI, Jehu, jV, P, IlEl'UJN, Nov. Tho German Jnbor delegation leavo for Inglon on Nov. IS, Thoy will parllcl- palo In the International labor confer- ncher Creek 'InTosholnj Pay ton ..'armanEiw___ VafJicr....., aber 'orcmosl Uarons Hirer Cnrtlstou ilagralh layrnoad Medicine Hal low Island letlavr Retlcliff .tvine Visiting Ladles Subscribe to Loan Two lady visitors to Ijethbridgo are among largest suhscrlliera localiy o the Victory Loan, each taking 100 ivorth of Londa. Ouo ot these big subscriptions obtained through the activity of-A. J. ichlelfer, of the Royal Sloro, and A. Giant British ,Wilh Eight Passengere Tries 'an Experiment M1XKOLA, N- V.-, f.'or. Admiral Mark Kerr's giant Haridiey- "Inpe 'tombing plane look the air from Mitchell Field shortly alter 7 o'clock this mom ing- Tor a nonstop flight to Chic'rigo-. Thcf' plane carried eight passcnecrs-and 3600 pounds of e.v- iress for Iho American Railway Ki- pracs company. Admiral Kerr erpficL- e'd Lhe triv to take at out 10 hours. The freight consJsled of 3500 pounds df women's clotbinu and furs. Tho facet! a 20 mile north weal-wind ,t Ihfl hop off. Major J. Brackley, of me Brilish Royal Air Force, piloted Ihe giant crifl. Archlo Miller, command- til the army arlatLori fields on Long Island, vria on board a guest, ot Admiral Kerr. A representative of tbe express company and four mechanics 'were the other jtasEengcrs, It was intended lo hefnre i] break, but cold v.-ealher chilled the engines nnrt dolKyed the rfeparluro. The mechAiiica liacl workfil on (he en- gines tor the greater part of (he- Tiighl. In Ihe glcvru oC powerful search- _ ils.. Just before the start, contaiii- crs filled boL fooil, which the vapsengera to eat en route, ivcrc placed on board. gress. n lively coolest, poJla on Sat urtby ami the counting takes place Nov. ?S. T. Oay. her Labor oppon- ent, thinks he TV ill win willi voles 1-ndj- Aslor's and the Liberal 7000. Lad.r Aslor rlcclares elio will rccolva majority. Moro cllspasslonalc jiropiicts, Inulurling the Unionists, estimate a heavy vole, Sonlh Croydon polls Friday, couul- IRR tflkiog place Nov. 27. The vacan- cy Is caused through tlio realcnnlion o( Ian Malcolm. -The Unionist candj- dale la Sir A'len-Srrrfin, Uie Liberal cnnOliIato, nrfi Alderman Iloitiicr. The election is phenomenally rjulel. The Tlianct vacancy fa cnusert (hrough the dc.-Uh ot Commoilore Craig. Tho Un- lonfsl candidate h Jlon. K. Harms- worth, son ol Hothormcre. who makes a grcal feature of Hllcgccl wnalo by Hie government, Tbe Lib- eral oanrfMnto (s Cnpf. West This election (s alpo uneventful. Balloting took plnco yesterday nl Qhcster, Durham county, where Jorin Fanners May Hold Meeting Early in Jan. WINNIPEG, Nov. meet- Ing of delegates of the Canadian Council of Agriculture Is expect- ed to 'bt held late this afternoon to fix n date for the holding of the propoied inter-provincial' con- ference of organized rep- of Ontario, Manitoba, Sasfcalchewirr, and si which plant for Inaugurating the new farmers' national political policy will ba formally dlccussed. That the ffrtt week In January will bo decided upon is the gen- eral opinion of members. WIDOW OF FAMOUS RUSSIAN IS DEAI LONDON', Nov. Tol slol, widow ot tlic famous IlusAlnn and OllrnoreJnovcllsl, at Yaonaya, The other Jlo.OOO vraa Landeil Ihrnnsli one ot ihc local banks. MtEFr.-. Sclileilcr anil Nlcas report- nl today lhal tliey aro hot on Ih9 (rail ol another There Is no sign ol abatement in JHft.o50 s.oo n.ioo 51.500 675.700 J.050 37.900 U 11 131 7S SQ tho activities or the canvaEsere. bridge Is eoiiig ctrocR. The Ellison Milling Company, Tvhich had nlready J7000 worth of Victory bopdF. tlecideil yesterday to (ske anoibcr J3000, maklrre1 flO.OOO in ell. This company is also making subscriptions through Its oytsldo branches these will likely total another MQ.OPP. George W. Green, of the Ellison .Milling Co., is one of Ibo slrongesl- tdvocates oC tbe Victory'Loan in tills rJcl, or anywhere else for lhat matter. Ills company b'as EUbacrlbcil. very lilicrally lo all urcceding In addition to this Mr. Green is one ot the most successful ol local can- vassers. Tbe Farmers' Fire t Hall Insurnnca Co. directors decided to subscribe- In all. neinemberlng lhat the company bad its Inception In Lclli-' bridge and that the majoiity of Us shareholders are iu thla district, Man- as Director-M. P. Johnsoa decided to npporllon his imrcliaso of bonds as follows: LfclUbriige fiOOO; Calgary nooo. 'his In Eplte of the fact Lbat Mr. Johnson was one of the duly au- thorized canvassers in Calgary. In fairness lo Calgary iC must .be cadi Ihal Ibo coiumittte there toot no ex-' ccption to Mr. Johnson's attftudo, which, under all llio chcy considered reasonable. Takes Reins TORONTO, Nov. According to schedule, the government "of the' pro- vince of Ontario passed into the hands ot the farmers' coalition cabi- ict, headed by E. C, Drury, shortly Hjloro noon today when the new pre- mier and his colleagues were at EOTernmcnt house by the lieu- .enaiit-governor, Sir John Ilendrie. Thou they proceeded to tbu legislative buIldlngB vrhcre (her were Introduced Iho Etaffs of llieir rcspcctlvg de- partmenlg, to whom, In every case, each, new head was practically a stranger. Only one member of the new cabi- (From Our OTn Ccrrtaiwndenl) RAYMOND, Xov. Raymond .-to-: day .lionsIs the Prmco of Waljts'-'rflac and five crests. JSnthusiastfc Tvbrlc ihe committee and flno oupport trbiii--- thc'people of the town and dislridt resulted in the qiibla ..licinR passed' yesterday and bcinf; added to it, bringing the lo' Jiaymonrt Ja iftcr Ihc Ger-. man gun -for ol subscripliona In Alberla, net, Hon. Bamah Boirniao, for Maniloulin, and minister of lands, for- ests and mines, iras a member of the Inst legislature, aud nonb of the. oth- Jiavo crerhad seals In Ihe Ontario house. Scats in (he present legisla- ture hnve yet to be found tor Ihe pre- mier and for Hon. K. Ilnncy, attor- nnrt lion. Manning Do- lierty, minister of agriculture, but 11 is understood that various .offcra.of retirement by elected members have been received lo cover these. This afternoon tho Drury govern- ment council held Its first official meeting. Many matters' await immed- ate attention. Parliament for Speaker? The question of the election of the speaker for Ihc new houso has still lo be decided. It la sift ted in somo quarters Hiat N'elson Parliament, lib- eral member for Edward, who had United Farmer eiipporl, probably will bo the man for thla po- altlon. Cardston Gets Flag (Special lo The Herald) CARD5TOX, Nor, reached 76 per cent of Kg allotment. HI !JiB Victory loan last nishl, niiil during the' balance of tho lime we, lope to go, ten thousand over nark set for us. There are come large subscriptions ookccl for on the home stretch. TVe have never fsiled in doing bet- ,er than tha amount requested of nnd dcsjiilo Ihe ivorst conditions experienced In this end ot we are going over the lop. OTTKCT1VE PREVENTS PRISONER'S GETAWAY FRIEDR1CH FAILS TO FORM CABINET Xa'llonal-Pemocnit, contested Ihe seat, (NOV. 4, according I j n dispatch lo the 'Dally Mall from Hclslngfors. Countess Tolalol, before her mar- rhgc ivaa Sophia, Bchrs, daughter of n fashionable MOSCOTY physician. She. was married lo Count Tolstoi In 1S62. Tho couple had Slxleec children, Count Tolatbl's 'ragarlca In hts lat- er life, which led h'rrrlo.fUo' from his family Lri search of a simple modo of Nor, 14.-Efforts by Pre- mler Frledrlch lo form a coalllton cflfllncl havo (ailed. Count Apponyl, a former Hungarian premier, has been summoned to attempt lo bring the paf- tics logelhcr. TORONTO'S DEPUTY FIRE MARSHAL DEAD TOUONTO, Nor. J. IMckey, assistant depuly fire marshal for Ontario, rtle.l hero yesterday. He Was about years ot af CALGARY, Nov. Smart work on Ihc part of Delccttv'c Hhocppe, ot the provlncliil police prcrcntcU k'daring nl'.ompL of Arthur King laat crcnlnE to lump his bail nnd-cscapo Iho clly lo Jlonlrcal. King was nrrcsled some days ago on the charge ol counterfeit- Ing anil also on a ilqitor charge and was Riven ball (if Last cvenlnR King wag discovered boarding Ihc train f6r Montreal. ;ilc was ptirstici through the train by Iho dctccllvo and finally landed; "King naa replaced In jail und will now fact (he addltlormf charges of. altemplcri carape, ivlih having tvhlskeyV carrying a gun antl wfth" having drugs. MONTREAL BREAKING RECORDS living, filraln upon his -wife. said to have Lcen rt greai McGILL MAN HONORED ov. W. Pigeon, of McOfll has been cltclcn to membership In Use Royal College of Surgeons, England. Election Being Fought on im (o Give Soldiers Total of relurned soldiers' assocUtron Solid for Premier Hughes, but MOXTHEAU NOT. 11. Records In group's yeslenlay 'vftb :h9 clly and Island Victory cam- paign, when the tcnms for the llrjio during tho threo ivcfchs' tlmo-re- ported ever for tho while tlio first team reported' ovtr fl.DOO.f.OO nnd HiiolJier hrol.'O-r.ll records' for ttic" n'nrrtbcr Of subscriii- LONDON, Nov. (C; A: Tn-? Sydney correspondetit of the Mornlnjf. Post say tho federal la now fairly launched and there is.. every prospect oC a bard fight for trm- soldiers' vote. The executive of. 'their organization Is still loose and Many of the rank and file aro uncertain. Apparently llio soldiers' rote wyi decide between the two parties, Tn p. few easel farmers' nre Bplllllng tbo voles toy Mr, tlugbes, K balllo' has raged for orcr promlicd gralulllcs totalling' Mr. Hughca offered; bonds redeemable at a suhscqucnt dale, whlleMr. lead- offered cash. Tharc'jpon, Mr. Hughes offered cash to those In neerl appealed to .Ihe soldjcrs lo accept bonds from patriotic moilret. Now', however, .Sir, Jiu'ghes carded Iho conipromlae and has .nouhccd 'at Adelaide' that the banks havo agreed 'o cash the fconrfs on de- mand, -The bonds ivlll be issued Tybeii parlfnriicnt meets, Scvt-ral Teturncd are 'can- didates, Including geneValj, Jnnlor of-.- fleers and .non-commlflaldned offlceray They arc, of Iho NallpnaHst parly, ff Gen, Monash, "ihe Aualrnllan commander, hart been- It 13 cerlain he woul asked to slant! as (i.tandl ;