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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 17, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta SATJUnOAY, NOVEMBER 17, 1D17 TWE DAiT.T HERALD PAC1R NlNTi (CONTINUED "OS PiOl) BLESSING OF Tho government troops are (aid to have a fairly plentiful supply ammunition and to be capabla o( tolrtlne out for soina daya. Tlifl Ioi5 of Hfe'slnco the betlnDlnj of tho Insurri'clldn Is 'eittmalfrd U from Z.OOO to 6.000. General Kaled- Mnes. upoa the of the Kremlin are counting', Js report- ed lo havo cut Iho railway southward to prevent provisions arriving while ke Is moving toward Moscow. Disappointed WltK Kcrtnrity. I'elrograd. Nor. batlle Id wblcli Premier Koren- Jky detested began last Saturday mil continued until Monday night, ac- cording (9 the camuanJer la t-nlef of Iho ItolilievIL! staff. The premier hod flvo laousand Cossacks and several hundred military cadets with constil rrnblo arllllety. Tuo forco Included four guard regiments, Eei-cial batlallsiis of sailors sod nura Jems detachments of the Kedi Guard. Many of the nolahovlhl soldiers were wounded and a few wore killed ,Tlic Cossacks In Kereuskj-'a force cur attempted a charge ueir Tsarakoe- Selo, but sulforcd heavy losses', after which they retired Into tho town. Tljo Mai [mallets nov; hold luo Tsarkoe- Eelo. The correspondent of tho Associat- ed I'resa visited llie sceno of tbe flthl- Irie loslay and. was surprised 10 find aristocratic officers commanding', toe llolslif.vikl. Ooo of them, who was a -colonel, that they wcro dla- sppDlnleil wltli who- first destroyed discipline in tlie army an'i were against lilrn aim A colonel of one of Ibe famous Pet- 1 royrail guard regiments Is now corn- Tunndtr, of (he Bolshevist staff illrccls the-operations of hla nrmy from 3 house on a Mil top two miles beyond Puikova- Lstllc." lie Said, "began Sat- urday. Ke'rensky had only Cos- Backs, several hundred military 'cts, e cimsldernblD nuantlty of llglit "nnil heavy artillery and one armored train. Our forces Included four of tho famous xl'ctrograd Guard regiments, together with several LattalIOD3 who ru'ia from other lauds 4 Cut Milan i-llliens were aail worn I support ms. In the rtfudiilbllily I ''..-oX in supporting the HWtjry Sen-Ice Act as opposed to a rWene-nduni. I am not fJrald of wbat Katrati will do on December ITlh." how pleasant It Is tor dwell together In unity." bnlbren to He.aald that the, fact that orneeri of veteran regi- ments were vvllh the Maximalist for- and, to' their surprlBe, they were met by organized reilsia'nce. A heavy vollojv toppled, many of their horses, caused them heavy losses. This -was Uie_ luL- active attempt of the Kereniliy fo'rcw io attack and af- terward they retreated.- We now hold the Canada's Victory should you subscribe for r Canada's Victory BECAUSE Nationai, ,-'.safety, is :it'.i; and Canada must have 'money to support fighting in France. This Bank'will accept Victory to the amount from any one "person for kcdping for one. year without charge. Loans will be made to Wage earners on favourable terrnsifor- ihe. purchase of Victory How much this enable yob to subscribe for? THE OF Quickly Cuts Burnt-i Tariff Qwsllont. Mr. BuchiDin >.t.fn treat on to deal lie tariff umilion as 11 stood at prefifnt. Domeellc quezllons we-re In the bickground for the present, the war. Is finished Mr, Buch- anan declared (hit ho irould for same tariff principles as he had Is tke cimpaitn of 1911. Settle the- 'wax I first and then settle tariff But he believed that some- the spectacle of himself and Mr. Buch- anan on Ibe aane platform In support tho eamo government, though they ad been political opponents for aE a spectacle such ai Wai .belrjj ill over Canada loiay.' It por- uds something, and that tomothlng that, while It la alright to have con- oversy over political matters In mes of peace, It Is no lime for Inilde Ickerlnga during a war whQn Canaja being attacked by a powerful en- my- Mr. Hall warned the people of agrath that the fight for the return the.union government would nol e a ientle by any mean'i, but ould require all Urn beet orgi on the supporters of the-policy ol hat sovernment could give. He_theu ent on lo tell of the formation of un i government after a long struggle, nd that government waa created be- auee big men on both sides felt thai omelhlng (rea.Ier than economic mat- erg were at stake, lie said that parly nen on both Elder, had made eacrlficea n tUe reorganization, and that the lectors must-now look beyond tna men: of the eovernisthl fit the prln- pies they represent, believing that he men. are sincere IB. their desire Tor nld'n government. The Polfcln Conlrarted Ife lien went on to contrast the of the' union government and he Laurler Liberals. The union gov- rnment's oae policy Is to Can- da In'the war and support Ui'e bojs i the trenches In order that Canada light not fall by'the olng so nuch In the cause of' demo- But the policy of the Laurler iberals lo a walling policy. -Tie inll- :ary. service act will be Bubmltted .to referendum, and will be defeatod or tle< franchise act lie otlng'df anlens-wonlcr be d Bud men of Austrian and Gennen irlli would- vote against' the ct in order, that Canada 'lolght not end nbre. men against 'their, rotheri In the battlefields of Europe. ____jil oY Sir. Ball'said he there, rid from what he Knew of nd from the Idales In, (Vis the people if Quebec'did not want'to participate' n the war au'd wquld( defeat .the ,nml- ary service act hy in overVheluilBr tatnf good In Iho tariff reform might out of unlou which the'peoplo were noi eiuertlne. The npuker thought that ;t Can- ada, lent a solid union delegation to Ottawa, 'men of bolh Conservallve and Liberal leanings supporting goye-rnrAent all advoc-atlng things for tlift benefit of Western Can- ada, the government mleht listen and If certa.'s principles ana policies would benefit west were advocat- ed aiid could be enforced without dis- rupting tie'- if falrd of the country during the war time Ibere woulil be a verf food chance that Ihey might be adoptsd. It. was certainly an oppor- tunity whlcli the. west should not over- look of raising an united voice In llie House. Union and Wealth. Mr. Buchanan also, had something Lo say abouv'the coDscriptlnn of wealth which he understood to to a heavy in- tax the and excess adlan Industries, he aid'hot'.beifeve In Canada1 Bliould out of the blood of-tho bovs who are laying down their lives at the.froilt. Sir RoberlJI3orden had recently de- clared It to be a. policy of thu union Eovernment to go after a greater mea- sure of conscription of anil of already the packing concerns'had'Men limited in their profits to seven per MpL and.half the profit-hetTreen "seven nnd 15 per cent, after which: the government will take all the; profit. The government U'-'already, price of coal fBKn hss tbfeaten- eS to Take--bvef the N- 'Vf. tele- That Is a start and It o power oa December 17. Mr" Ball also pointed lo !the: ipec: acle of Hon. Frank: .Oliver it the Ed-; ubnton conVentlon. There eclared. for winning the was 'going to do It by linking hands with the peoplb of Quebec; TF .gainst liking part In the war. A world of infinite variety and boundless charm. The Most Appealing Spot on Earth Ask for free California Booklets ,The direct, pleasant way California is Plan this winter's trip to California irtw! will be gbcl to assiit you. Reservations, tidtrts, information upon application to L. T. f. fc- P. A. V, 8O9 Centre Street, Calgary lax which wouli] profits of Can- He declared that that any man make money beeii done urilon and If he knew of'lhe Lib II nnl It would not Cnnr had Just cehtiy alien labor might conscripted also. sale meaiufet wbYcfT' for'the prosocii tfon of the to .the utmost In Ibis crisis. Ttie boys'at the front are Io the. union, gfly.ernae on. December iT the" policy wh'ic eve ve tj decide fo h' would Canatfa of-lnanka moved by Fre( and seconded' by' Dr.' wai heartily approved'UA the au Jep'ce' got' busy 'tmiaedljite'iy on 'sigol ud bonds. 'FAT? OF'yVoilEN ..SOLDIER ONKNOVW scored Hon. Wilfrid Carlepy and ilarlln Woolf-lqr their attacks 6a Michael Clark' aid Mr.rsiflM In that invention. Mr- Ball dclvea intovhlstory hat union Eore'rnment was'nol a hew hing in.Canada. .Just years- his year Canada had a-union govern- ment, brought about by John ;'X. Ucponaln" and Hon. George Brown for ho piirpoao of effecting corifedenltlon ihd kcoplng 'Canada unlled.'" It at th'at Ime when there was no bitter iqllllcal pp'ponenls could Join' hands' in domestic policy, how much more should we lay aside our parly.preJuA- runs are heard 'almost at our doors-in order that we might have a 'sfrpnf w-at pollr-y; Mr. Ball appeal to party, ,dlfferencas 111 the -war Is over; to support the poU cy of tlie union government, which "la. a war policy rather thari: the lack bf policy of Sir Wilfrid i dolcg boys At the front.' Thpiwanda.'.otVThem'" i Mr. Buchanan In.' opening .'declar- ed that If he had been a traitor tb.hti party, as had ha'd Irlcd to aiid.taeTe are thousands and thousands .61-Llbr erals throuxhbut Canada who eiaclly the war. dealing-'wllli the. fonnallon 'of tne''un-t Ion government and the Llberali who had entered It and; "Jii went coTLtraa'tdhe piolfckifi now before, the people of Canada) tbjit of Ihe union gbverhrriefal which Hi jnii for reinforcements focfthe boya at. tb.e front and that of the Laurler Liberals which means.the dropping of Cinndi'.' efforts, to win the war. For: that. 1.4 eVaclly wbat the return of -the tantler Liberals; on December 17th mean. '1 thonght at one llmi ai 'aotne of yon may now ia'U' Mr, Buchanan, dealing with Ihe' Otiebw) situation, "that tho1 failure of Volun- tary recruiting In Quebec dse..'.o mismanagement'on Ihe part of .the former government of Str Bat I sat In Ihs House day BfteV day during the debate on Ibe ainuaH aerrtce Act, and I heard oa Uj slda of the Hpnie and ads enough' or 'Tbl< 'it iot Canada's and 1 -could notlhtlp tlie opinion thai r [Jbthir'rnemberS of Quebec thst-vray Ihe people thought, Inal woman soldienl captured ;at. the Win ler Is'uakiiowii. It Is reported tbat.lhey have been' transported io place known aa