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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 16, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta FRIDAY. NOVEMBEH 10, 1917 NUMBER 286 -1MR1BS Lawyer Named lo -Contesl Riding.Against Union Government. :DR. LOVERING PRES.... NEW ASSOCIATION II, Oatlonu. barrister ol chosen Tlnirsday allernoon by tin Laurlor Liberals In conven Ion here (Vcolilesl lliu IxithbrlilKC ri.llng In llio nlerc.trof Liberalism. Mr. Ostlund nomination with Ihrpro- vlso Hal He should be endorsed by the trades .and labor convention her. on Saturua'y ol ihi, week, and thai it the- labor convention chose- a belter man to tlie Intcrcits ot tile and the laboring classes bo Mr-'-Oalliind, inlghl reserve Hie right I to withdraw his nuuii. The convention was attended b> about 76 weiosaleE from various parts ot the riaing. the southern.portion Iw Italians Open Water Barring Further Progress of the Huns; Beautiful Venice is Now Evacuated -------'j; ,ni. Ihn BOTtral flu. aa caoi Ui Italy. Nov. mo ,nd ao armored work on Monle HUscr. men and flood gales of ITeiitonlcl !iEhtlng forces ullals, Ihe churches, bishops' ual-.ce and Slle rivers are balling Malcsl the Julians and'and prcsbylerles. [have been opened by Uallao are wining _M nullor. of Ilie Italians In lo..Monle Pasiiblo. On Ihe papal nuRclos at Munich and Vlenn the Hood gates uf the Piave ana tiie eflrotae, 6ac Iroops drove jr neccssnry lo appeal personally an rivers probably means au attempt 10 enemy Oui o( ti-o advanced lo Emperor William and Bn Jrown out the Austro-Uermin lorces durlng whlc.n auu mschlno peror Charles to oblain the (ultlllmen wblcu crossed tho lower Plave ,ell our hls V.nle. Empty Ihe triangle formed by the two rivers venice, Nor, evacuation otl Venice, Tharsdatf Nov. >nd Iho Adriatic also probably would Venlco l3 ijnjost complete, tills city lhe Associated Is now ,ana lou nu.. lhr> tami> treatment latle also probably woum Yenlce Is incest complete, mis cui Assoclbieu any German atiempl paying uBoeiifpne lhe same treatment emply, the population having in torce against Ilie right M Clcenza, with the dlf- reduced (roni the usual to 20, Italian army along the ,erenc6 that rU arl treasures were so jjisp: ,_ II mi 9 HI Plive. _.. nf cnrli chides al make Inelfecllve any German to debouch li Mink of tho Italian armi lerence inav Plave. South of San Uona Dl Plare, numerOus arid of BUCU_ pro- H OSTLUND UrTangle, the ill or below tea I In There only Ihres name, before the con venfon, thosc'o: L. a farmer of-lisybood; Mr. Ostlund. and Mr., t B.Tainler ot The ilime ot-Slr J'o'ck AVIS placad In nomination D> 5Ir Kugent-of. Taber. Mr. :plnced In ribmluatlon by Mr Talnte seconded by II- W.' Pll Ins. Ostluml, in a In which ho In itlmatert to wllhdraw naiu 1 Mr Talnlcr. Ho-.vever. an adjourn Kinent tor-15 minutes was voted, an Burins that (Ime.Mr. Osllund, who was i-. ,L_ ronvontion.- iSiil 000. uespllo Ibe proilmiiy ol Iho cn- 1'lavc sjouin aau numeruus cmy-lines at Iho mouth of Iho lhe Bile and Plave rivers are very clone lhai Jiu army of workmen was rlycr anll unsuccessful efforts ol together and near here Hood gales were required to transport Ihem. The. great the Au5lru-Cernian5 to allack on Iho constructed to hold both sides of Ihls 1 carvings, fine glassware between the mouths ol Ihe ,1.. land u ot or below tea a'nd'slinllar art treasures vrero pjave rivers. Iho remnanl ol rahiporled- easily, being removed Fopuiatlon Is calm. The city may he llic ivar. be defended In case of attack In The presehl removal of art treasures lo spare monuments and Deluded lh> heaviest works, ahlcli up treaslires The mayor of Venice lo this tlme.haj been protected by descendant of Iho Doges and sand bars or bid In cellars. Tbc i0 queen of Italy Important Colle-, ,odqv lhai would rcmaii Nov. U, via London general head- quarters today Issued Iho lolloping slaloment: our Irnops entered Fellre r r On nolli sides ,ol the caiilured by ilorm, alter having taVen German "sodaiiils Want Reich- stag to Consider No Offer London, Nov. independent Soc'allst group In the German rclch; stag has the. president lo convoke an Immeaiala.session 'of Hie rolchstag to discuss the peace: prrcr of Nikolai Lcnlne, leader of the HUE- ,Un uolsbcvlkl...the A'mstcrdam cor- callall 0 I announced today that lie would remain -rthe law. work ol An- c W" onl ui "ii i drea VerrobcMo, the maslcr ol ardo DivlneL'hlt was erected In ISIh century vrai .considered one ot lhe fiheit'eqneilrlan statues in the worl.J The foor glided bronze horses from the BaiUJca of St. Mark also were This was tlielr filth journey ai laken from Ito.nc o Conslanllnople and thence In 1901 o Venice. More, thin a hundred ears ago Napoleon toot! them to 'arls whence' they were relnrucl to 'enlce. thej- npwvprobably will be bQused-lcuipofarily In the museum ol he Daths oCDiodletlan al Rome. Aho4her.; Advance ihelchofce'ot as'prevailed "Von lo allow Ills name j BBS go before the coRverflipii. On Ibe tlsion ''vns nnn'ouuceil nrnldsl cheerB End Mr. Tainler mbvcd thal.tbo noml- [alloii be nude' unanimous. i Presided ,Un respondent of the.Cenlral News cab- lallsta also f The convention was .called to order: I. i... nr nacnt 01 me "-r, Tue imlepcndenl also L lhai the relchilag lake up con- VeWds Courlanu, Lithuania and Poland. '.'..-I No word-has raiched this .cpnntry 'of a peace offer of the Bolshavlkl.; to com-l London, Npy. a letter Lloyd GecrSf in which he cliries to Join the government--ai m'mlster ol aviation Lord Norin- cllffe warm tht premier that un- kit the ill'lei In Europe throw more'vigor into the etrugale con- trol of'the war will pa" Unlttd SU4es- Oermnny; aitnoufo InJ'rruptert for Tjie.progrim. of lhe lerstood thelr' purpose t3v..ad- id Well-Known Macleod Lawyer Dies on Recently -Ie Issues a Proclamation, Guaranteeing lo Over- throw Maximalists. SOCIALISTS TRYING TO NEGOTIATE GOVT., London, Nov. attempt lo nc- gollatc for the creation ot a Socialist, government In liussla and the post- ponement of a railway strike Ihcrc are described In an Ejciieuge Telegraph company despatch from Pelrograd dat- ed Tuesday. The Socialist leaders ot- tered Iho Bolshcvlkl lhe basis tor cu agreement: First, lliu disarming of lhe Hed. Guard. Second, lhe transfer ot the control ot lhe Pelrcsrad garrison lo Ibe muni- Ixmdon, Nov. neuters Ot- tawa AgencyjWrelegraphing from liritlsll headquarters' In France, Reu- 1' -esponde'nt last night said: noer- va Berlin The' town of Clt-ier's corr mon on the' northern Italian 'front has cipallty. Third, the cessation of military, op- In conslderallou of. ine acceptance ot Uicse terms. Fourth, guaranlee lliaf Keren- sky's army would be lhe only one dn- tcrlng Pctrograd am! would not fire a single shot. JMfth, the army would abstain from domiciliary searches and arresta. The negotiations for llio armistice- collapsed because although the sterikl agreed to fho lerms, the So- clallsls insisted lhat lhe Bolshevik! The late Colin Macleod was one or Vtt rr0m (be iiroooscd ROV-. Calgary, Nov. to a telegram received by T. M- Twecdle, Colin Macleod ot Mac- leoil the well known lawyer, has been killed In action. The tele- gram came from Mr. Macleod s brother at Ottawa. Huge.fiVater Barrier Italian HeiiquarterB in Northern Nor.' iaif (By Ihe, Associated nf-1 PlaTO ans u nelllng heavily, ours have been hcav- j: Wounded Cauadians ay IHB_. rtSBui_jaiou WOuDtlep gates'6rihef Plate QlJ'r aTlillcry work wlLh the greatest llQM'adnilrairpD. and eay whenever IHcy In nn Infantrj down m irrf'iki See that--ino sreal Lib-- kLpp la, kletly 'Billing'over lo 'the1 Conscryar EB arms; -The result was that a new would havo lo .bp formed re. JlrVLowlfcbrfy LcllibrMEe was [iolnlcn lempurnryjsecrclary. Mien lonorary., prealdduls-SIr Wll.trld jurler, A. 'J.-.iUcLean. F. S inir-sile', 'or [ojd. hava been opeiiftd or me miiuarjr cuBiucBia and taced-by anolh- i lie imv the best known and most popular rcsl dents ot Southern was a native of Nova and came west to Macleod ln.1007, where he en- tered law partnership T.-lth S. uray, who now. lives In Lelbbrluge. Mr. Sla'cleod enlisted first as'a captain ;in Col. Dryan a regiment, but lost His'-.commission alotog with others when.lie reached the old" country. In order.-lo. get to the front he renounced, .and took lhe rank of private.- Bv-.-.gaJlant, onduc.l he wqri Ilie .D.C.M.-recently rid also Von' gain nnd was'just ahdul to go hi o England'to' finish his training-.-, .'.D.. -ft _t_i.l nf from the proposed Earl Stirzori -buUeU' for I drir Emotions a'bYe'ii but sllll held both .-riveri released lhe water over the Idw- lying "plain. i- ,-_-------- y piain. The chief menace at'-.Ulis polnl Nov. 16.-ln lhe house _nivlb-t enem ords the-Mardu.ls.of Lansdoivne ana (hrougb.. the lagoon or dhersreiprassed cilv ,rom hlj position be- jiprassed app Irelabd. a wou.tuc j', Von cofnmUsionV.ha'ck 1 waslJuVt ahdui to'.go'bacV oUngiaml'tp' finish ills'tralnlnf. jMr. w'af about .Mycarsof-Jige. Hc4as" e-man .or being laut lawyers ir'omlnenl Cpnservallre mentioned on as I candidate... GLllLTY OF SEDITION. Nov. r! S. wealthy' Gor-. fl man Triumph, Minn.j lo'day iileaded- guilty ef making sedition's .remarks lhc Veccnt'Liberly- loan warning at mguu jTciQna ____ tlnie In th, rremler's policy ,c aUo.ap- Caving lhe ,irmne3i jlnlcil: i' i-ntlre ersw struggling.In Iheilcy Bleed. .ler. Those rescued: kepi andal by tt dancerous tacior Raymdnd-L, L. Pack. clinging lo wreckage -Tli. remainder shoulfnotp bo bver-esllmaled il J Head iUrt 22. IA milling ,T.ni- Vianl rtf Sir 'Mlilor. llarsli.' Flotcher. r Purple T. Hudson. 'C.-POLerson. Grassy M.cl.achlln. Uow Islaiid-h-H- 9- Bcoltlc. I- G. Ainscough. V Lelhbriclgt-H, Ostluud. I Bartlcll. CpaWalCT-John McCann. Reiolutionl adjourned- al this wlnl IP go" into, committee of the rholb for-lho pnrposo of [he problems beiore-lhe nveetjng.- 1- O'Brien.acted as chairman. Dnr- ig, llils Interval Ihel delegales p: clinging 10 of the crew, numbering 22, mining arid .believed to be lojit. AMERICAN8 WOUNDED Wllh the American Army In France, Nov. nuiaber In- nntrymori nnirymon "-w 'arrived loday at the b4se hospital. All the MHUillloi were "caused M by .the which eiploded; over bllUJl In the which a of shack group NO IRISH ,imfji kwrtn WMhlnglop, NOT, :.mml [ration to the United: Stales almost has GOT- IOH> commllteq ilnlcr, O. H. 9now, A. B. Pipes injh'Vin we adopt the ti'mfcsfi Slid endorse tho anmlnlslra- SnOUlU IlUk UO :---i a per 'cent ot the Sinn Felners. he said, i rere opposed lo armed-rebellion. M The Sinn Fein, Earl Curlon added, lad allenaled the scberer-eleraenls nt- th'e populnllon and II was good sjgn hal lhe Catholic church had repudiat- ed Felne'rj. Strong react on iris growing In Ireland agalnsl lhe Sinn Fein and It iroald be a great mlS; tako lo check It nnd thus play Ipto.lhe bands ol the eitremlsla., Sinn Fein speeches were lately valve for penl-up emotions. Jlr. Duke, secretary for Ireland, the ipeaker refused to cull out'the military on the .bcciiloi of an anprehended'rlsirig vhlch fizilen out That was a leather Duke't cop and a great blow; to tbi Sinn wonM be most unwlie for the government'lo risk-Jeopardli: lar'lbo biditot convention and of flridmg lo Irlih' -f- pajgn. be ou" Monday. sentenced- emment. Premier Kcrcnsky, lhe despatch adds, has Issued proclamations Ing his adherence lo the revolutlpa apJ guaranteeing the clearing out of the Bolslievikl as well as to Iho'lranster; lencc'of power lo democratic organ- preliminary parUamint and-the committee form safeguarding, lhe counlry and the revolution.... The railway union has senl a.deler gallon to Kercnsfey proposing lhat he should .wllhliold aggressive measures agalnsl' the Petrograd' garrison ".and the woritmcn. -The iiremler.iit Is.saM; replied .that: not pursue in r. course dr. apply repressive TClSlVe UUUtil; isiires .in llio event ot the Socialist lies arrivirig.aLnn'agreement. .the HESIDENT.TO'RONTgy... Elo', who was yes.le.nlayielecled. preai- .._; _r .KA-ctoniiarH. nil Homoanv ol V.'i'O Elc, who was r- dent of Ihe'Standard-Oil Company ot New Jersey, has been.a resident, ot Toronto for the past Mr. teagle'a lahilly has -been.'Identified with tho peirbleuft two geiierations. Latterly', lie has' been president oMhe Imperial Oi.lv Coa; Ihe-Inlernalional-Petroleum ;pany and In'g-'lhrougjiput. AJrpl'nei in Election sir'vvnirid L .1' LAurier, anu-ttinu IMQ yimiu..., Ediiibnlon convcntloni, plodge ourselves lo win lhe war, td In- addlllon Iherelo lhe following solution aa to labor: lhe jomlnlon Trades Labor Congress ttre gone on record lo create an In- labor.parly In Ctnadu, Inn Af-I.( llf "London, Nov. The Is. 'punuing the the. coast In.Palsi- hat made further, lubrtan- 'the office an- munttt. It ha'i a line Ludd lo a point isuth of for .'S oronto, Nov. iSMLaurler.-Llberals Albert Se-Vlarll unlonls vlgny, miiiisldr revenua, ad- lhe dressed the association Op: o Wesi Moiinl in-Victoria hall lastl Toronto, ejecllonn from lhe hall during ,lrae. the .minister peaking, 1 To Oppbse Ballantyne Ancierson wns ycslerdny.noininauu as vMonlreai, Nov.- lhe canejldaiejn Ilalton a Liberal, conven- at a union riisi meeting hold ilohifSr.ihe dlvlalon of SI. 'Lawrence- tiere.t- SI. 'George, al- Ihe ilonlreal Itetorm club las' Hon. Mr. JJallanlynel' unlonlsl candidate. Wollfsks-.-'-enllor of; Ihe Jewish Unionist Can'didatc Onl., NSv.Vle.-j-Aj. vchtion held, In Sla'dic TCs.tetdSy ;af- iNew iyin, Nov. answer, lo charges thai -Japtn lukc-warm to lhe allied armica because lls armies; are not lighting: on fields, Vhlch he said anpcjJ- occas.-. _ lonally In lhe Ametiran> was made before the RoUry Club bere_yeE._ erday'by Dr. t'. dLre.clr. of lhe East and West Newi Bureau., He declared that -Japan Is ilnrler- slood Jn Europe and Is carrying out fully Us part' as- originally agreed lipou and. Uiat II had. not been seqn til'by Iho allies to suggest In lhat plan. "If was Ihe wish neither of her al- lies nor'Japan lhai we enlef lhe Eur- opean war stage and' there no formal request tor Japan to'Sena, nn expeditionary "The reason is not. far lo seek.; Jap- an's proper 'sphere ol -activity; Is. the- Oriehl and Ihe Pacific." newipnper, Ihe Eagle, announced thai er710on. convenllon.'TliqE'.. on'was nominated.' newp, Liberal noirilna-, The ahnnuiiccmcuM "Gener The annnuiircmeui ut.it, 111 AJlentiy. reports Iba't during ycslcr-. t'lon" Bristol Nominated reported Cardslon, working sraopthlr, T.MterdiyieiceBt troni V IJ. which It lulure, even t i ;