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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 19, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta VOLUME A. MONDAY. NOVEMBER 19, 1917 NUMBER 28S FIERCE FIGHTINGi MOSCOW STREETS I SKIS OF Provisional Govt. Has Support of Large Force in Beat- ing Off .the Rebels. THE SITUATION IS MORE SERIOUS THAN THOUGHT South Alberta I Casualties London, Nov. flgtillng hi Moscow between the Bolshevlkl and troops ot Ihe provisional government has.been far more serious than, any- thing Uial'has occurred in Fctroerad, according.to special dispatches rficelv- here from .Iho Hucslau CH'Hal, The_ Pelroerad correspondent of ihe Dally i Driver 'sdya lie talked with a mem- next ot 1 her'of-Ihe-Moscow City council'who had conifl. to-Petrograd. lo appeal for kelp: rv He-was LcElcped for four da'yi In the council building from which lie made KS way" to Ihe railroad station through tho Bolahoi-lkl lines. He ssld I the real flgliUrig besan on November, JO v.-heif Ihe flilshevlkl force Ihe Krcroliri. They were excelled by a pirly ol cadets, who. In Ihelr turn, were killed by tho llolslioviki. The revolutionists later were agsln driven from the kreailln. Govt. Force. In Action T. G. Black! e. o'Ud of Wound> Gunner Chas. Werley. Lelhbrldto, ncit of Mn. Iile ot Mar. C. Mitchell. Vulcan. Win. Taylor, Tlurnils. Ounuer Cuuiley; l.ethurldge, nest ol Mn. Knsland. Pte. Oeo. Lobben, Plncher Creek. Pis. Wm. Renwlei. Hijh neit of tin, Macleod. Pte. Cyrus McGtaddery, Macleod aeit ot Hint, FOIBUS, Out: Bomb. Kd. Lelblirldge. neit ot klu, Calgary. Pto. Alfred Williams, Caraiarjgay neit ol kin, England.' Pie. Alci. Mcolonoy, Bow Island, nest ot kin. Okotoks. I'le. Frank'Coward, tethprldjo, next bl kin, England. Pie. Cnas. kJn, England. Coults, nejtt ol HWFIIJHE MADE Nominations For Federal Election Latest Report 'on Cold Storage Plant Confirms Report That Flavelle Was Profiteer. Oltawa. Nov. IS.r-That Ihe profits made by the William Davles company, and MatUicns Blackrroll, Lid., more particularly Ihe former, were eiwp- llonally high durlug the war period and yielded "an extraordinary relurz upon the capital is Iho most Important statement made In tho re port of the commission appointed lo Investigate further tho hualperees-of these two companies. The cbmrnls _________- f Ion, which consisted of 0. Y. llender kin. Ireland. BQn> K_0__ and Mr3. -A. H t; x, ,iit i Broiilc and G. P. ClarkEOU, has niado Jt Un.Backy Mount, r, House unaninloU5 ,epoll io HoB, T. W Corn. P. D. MacLesn, Stirling, Alia I _ Gunner Jas. Ervlne, Taber, neit ot Froin November 12 onward, the dlt- pilcli thq counc'Imaa reported that tho military operations .were' con- -.tcentralcd In the centre 6T. Ihe city.. ..fie; government force coh'slcled of iaobuf 3 OQO-military .cadets and a oi-Ba.nlied; White Guard of Corp. F. O. Graham, Clareiholm AHa. E. I. Cook, MmjrberrlM, AHa. Wm. Seaton. Taber, .Alta. G. T. Rlley. High River, Allm. Qaaitfd! Bomb. LarbnleBller, I.eth- bridge, ueif of Jersey liltr.J. Bomb. John McKay. rieil of kin, Scolltnd. Gunher Herbert bridge, neit of Gunner Morler, CotUjurit. Gunner John neit of kin, Engbifld. j'! lUelr'uir rapfc.jful .thousandi '.oi -ibid; tram tho' krenilln wai Wm bardcrl'toutlntously [rom Sparrow Hill, chiefly 'c'f the peaceful population, hJUctl or., wounded-- .up.j to Wednesday, Iho councilman said; arid following telegram from.HaHley'.Dewart, JI.P.P. ha- dafly. jve Btriaignl.IJbCTaJLaindldaleB In al last 55 ridlaa-s, lahflr'ln the balance ..dwell, Guthrle aid Pardee are. all op- posed. W eipeeV 35 In lo the. centre of Ihe c.lj. [mmK fottm the JBMltlag 0K Wednesday- the Cr.lbedral ot Iho nugjUori; .'Who lie kaiser vole AaEUMijHion-within" tho Kremln with ,w Every11iiiii.iiidicat.es a'popular thq [amans'lower, ol Ivan Veil.ky was >weep- manlpuiition and destroyed.arid Iho churclrnf St. Bull. comlpUoh. will not'control.' May go .caught fire. .'This "wanton destruction weji. with-Sir to. apeak' at n slirlnos, tlie correspondent meeting at Winnipeg'abbot the Z6th BBJS, whjch'even ,Napoleon; spared, The heather li icsmnil to liare stimulated both'sliles -.'Y--. TJio corrsspor.-1 TV. A. Bu Isher and monil, Dday ttt'lh Hoy R. Da and a poll December 17i V- W. Slue! nominated as S. Ball, liarrisl Jcllelf. larncxl herd, harrlstci phyEl druseiat; of LelhbrMge. pub- Knowlden, shosmaser; Alex, Mc- t Paci. ol Hay- ,'ulr nominated irt bousb Ken before .s otllcer, Jrolhers, minister ol labor- This rft ort after being under 'review by uli committee ot the cablaet ol which Hon. N. 'Iloweii, president ot (he rlvy' council, Is chairman, has been made public In Us entirely. Incident lly It la pointed out that owing lo tho .ctlon taken by the government re eatly It will be Impossible IB ure for packing companies lo make "xcGsslve profits.. Under Ihe terms of lie order in in future :an makp by way of profit a maximum of 11 per cent only, they can retain 7 ler cent clear and one-half ol their earnings on. Ihe money invested' be-' .ween 7 IB per cent. Above 15 per cent'all profit are 'roflts made according lo ihe report ot the commliilon ran u Ugh u SO cent on the money Invested.' The profit wai made by the William Uavie'i company during the year 1916. farmer, Magratfc; Culloch, plasterer; R. Andrew Smith, barrister; Robert Saga. Cashier; Hardy, fire chief; U. A. Simpson, mer- chant, all of Letbbrldgc. J. T. Wll- lard, mayor, Taber; T. II. Walker. farmer, foremost; S. Eltord. larmer. BurdeU; G. F. Bletcher. banker, J. T. Graham, merchant, H. J- II. Skelth, brolier, E. H. Wilson, broker. C. B. Bowman, broker. T. II. McCready, drugglet, II: G. Clarke, merchant, C. 9. CrosU rancher, W. L. -VacKcnzlc. electrical engineer, J. W. Ban-den, merchant, C. 5. Donaldsou, mining engineer, all of Lelhimdge; A. E. Dupen, mine.operator, Royal View; C. H. Turubull, farmer, George Sar- Fraiih Hanson, farmer, alTof Turin; Robl. Harvle, farmer, J. It. Norman? farmer. Picture Quito; N. E. Woodcock, farmer, C. A. Van Brocklln, 'farmer, Turin; John Gen. Maude Dies (CONTINUED ox PAGE 5) TheBistnct Loan Campaign London, Nov. Wrr-Flve Gerriwa aubmarlnu' daatnycd orl Saturday., premier Lloyd .made thla todMy.ln. ..thc'houM'cf.eofnmoiia. The Itr aald he had no furthar fearjof. STEAMER Scaltlej Nor. steam- er grounded on'.tlie rocks. In the.narrow pasaafe of-.fiun- ncr' Strait, iputheastern Allskj, ullp- ped from ils perch ancl sank'at hour last nlchi accordlrig lo wo'rti ceiyed here todayl The '265 PUMA-' gera: were ptcked-up by atearaeri and landed at WriugeX S- Toronlo, Nov. WM midnight church of SI. Basil Is a prlw- less'.'lreDJure'antl one of-Ihe wonders .of oTlontalirircliltc'clura, while.'Ihe cathedral 'of the Assumption was the glory; cfjlhb Kremlin. The nows will mlnlstor mark'Jiaa'beeri. was! so shocked Hint he re- Victory Loan- cainpiign.. At Dominion out lias since .wllhdra.wn his' headquarters rM'Sliatfon. .Ho. has Issued an appeal rA a total bl rbdt.Uie un- to the'ueopl6 to ilia subscrlptlona would bring tho exclai Bides olio hears.the actual-Hgilrea for.'thii.'firet 'the Germans JB advance'of _-.......lio this.1 peacc.concludott In Moscow, the ebrrespbn'dcht'says, IB a poaCo :of exhaustion and fear that Trfej'ns Victory- for neither side. A' illitpateli to Dally-iVlall from .-Pttrog'rSd Fepo'rta thai tho art treaa- dre; from tho' Hbrmltage' Putaee, Pet- were Bent to llio Krem- lin for 'safe' kciplnay have been, Hlroyed.' It-liTyif-'alio' lhat the llolel Melrdpole gueslB, Inclildlng a fionitrer at foreigners, were Velipftrad; the..dispatch wan quiet Sundijr Mlhough thd popttLKce IB'" Increasingly tn itoai .con'onnilf I he f u I ore. tM ration ft'...... The of the for only three of four fUyi. Ontario, irtUi la the'oily covered by full ritariipp to'Satoroay night. FoHowlBl1 ire.tiiS far sent In to headqnartan', By District No. 1 District No. Prince Eiward Island, DlatrictCNo. 3 NOT'B Scbtla, New Brnns-' i wick, Quebec, C Montreal..city and laland, 7 Onlirio, Manitoba, DistHel ,No. 3 S50; Saskatchewan, Soolh IJIslrlcl.No. 9 Albarla, J North Alberta; -District 10 British Columbia, Dlltrlct.No. 11 .This makes a grand lolal Jor-lhe 12 Dominion amounting to v .Subscriptions in Toronlo'on'3iitDr- amounted to for In, tho province''waa an- nounced as Oftlcl.Blly recorded Saturday. London, Nov. Maude, British commander In Mesopotamia, died yesterday. An official announcement Issued to- day saye, Gen. Maude Mespolamla liter a brief lllneli. Advantage Has Passed Into' Hands ot Brave Italians and Huns Are Thrust Back, TEUTONS DEFEATED IN. AN AWFUL FIGHT C. B. Rcill. to Run in Medicine Four Candidates In Bow River nome, Nov. forces hive' begun an offensive on the AsSago pla- teau anu have occupied advanced ele- ments of trenchw, the war office an- nounces today. Further alte-mpta ot the Auslro-German troops to cross PlavQ have been stopped. On tha front rre.it of the Plave, south ot Quero, great numbers ot AuslrtKlerman troops are attacking the Monte Mon- fenera and MonteTomba lines. A Fearful Fight Iltllan Headquarters In Xorthera- Italy, Nor. the AEiociated Anslrlsni who forcC'l their way acroEs ibe Plc.ve river above Zenson have been Ihrown Into the riv- er, drowned, bayonetted, killed or capf-' ured, until col an enemy.-ricinalnB on the west bank al thai most threat- ened'polht. The fight was onb o! the most fearful chapters of the war a'nd one o' Ihe most glorious. Details in the been gath- ered from eyewitnesses who saw tha fearful carnage through >Mday- night and yesterday and who stared until Che west bank was cleared except-for the on the ihort and'lifUia foreground. The wounded were io nnmeroui Ihal unloniBt, 67 H! GaluraluS; many .nave not received succor.' eld Socialist and had staked, everything.on.; jetting-lo the weit'liank of the and fltab'ed i g hlm'-on the.eaatern Important dovelopmtnls-took plsco In Ihe political situation In Alberta on Saturday, Clifford B. Itelliy, Laurlcr Liberal, in East Calgary, retired and will run against Hon. A. L. Slflon In Medicine HaL He wns nominated at convention held in Medicine Hat on Saturday. Laurier Utferil' Eupport. In East Calgary, will go .to Hev. Wra. Irv- ine, labor repreiehiatlre leagne. candidate. t In BOTT River roar can- Mayor Hailldiy, ..of.-. Hanna, John Hi total to date Ixrthbrtlge suWllstrlcl touch'ed the quaHer mlUlon dollar mark In the first' nmpalcn, ud the iecond week looka bigger.Uian the; flrat, {or renprts received early this morbiDg'Indicated'Ui.at Uie total would pus the >300.COO marki by tonJuhL Tbc bpth'7 to -Trio. trlans" made, the flrtl'move I'-Cltx.of (__. 'and professional (eairi deieiates prtaeal an-lmprpvised bndse.with iowinr-districts: Iron plates ror_floqruig. TV.nrnnv 'TI.I. '_4. Loo' Wong Champion Bi Glelchen 6, Deltt T.'.Drurn- helie'r 5, Horee'shr- Wayne i, aid B'a. hallol'Gouge received .17.. Arthur 13 and Smltli-lO.r'Hr are }I60, Frank Yee {50; No.1.1, T-- liy.leailB all th'e retfanrt Is glilag the city teamB a hard run. V iTealtrdiy the Chinese 'Msldent the" city met In "einiori at the Chli NaUpnai League rooiBff'.wJth.Presfdent ralrinan; Wong In' th'e -Ichalr.' 'S. J: Shepkerd, Harry Dawaoa and the pre- sident apoVe and the rfnult was that 48 but of the SO pfnent 350 Lee Wing Fred Wong John .Fhlllp Wong ?50, Woo Lip Qiion Appwet J50, Jang Wai f50, Mah ?50, Jin 91ns fBO, Yip Wing On Lung Co. 560, Wo Chan Co. Cow Dong foO, Wo 550, Lun Lung Quod King >50, Chong !SO, Liim ohn lad. laland ._____ district Iflj doing Jspljlpliij. for tha Victory loan.' This.was about five o'clock.; aoe 1, Morning .Glory. 1, inoTDliig.aDtl.ln the mtst at. that early.--' lassano'.l; hour .'they, got acrpsY the., channel to. the. bant -ThB-.' iir 13 and Hr'. Smltb'.c teii feet the men Vadedr'acrpB.' v', s waa then withdrawn and. a water abo're Ueir WaiBlB.' vote'taken iflrit rush they Bwevt put lour.Ittllta nd machine mm DltUrles.caDturiui their is "and McAHluT wai then Mr: Jesse minee- practiced before coming to Alberta.'. He'lived for some time in CabjaryV a mine operator In This makes the fourth. caididite to -enter the field In'.lie- ency, the others being Mayor.Hqw.Brd H. Halliday of union; can ate, D. H. OalbraSthidf.Vnlcan.ilJifl -partisan and dldi non-pi John Keld'of Calgary; the'ioclalist no- minee.'. in M.dlelnt'Hat MeiUclno Hat, Clifford machine gun DltUrlei, capturing their guns'aud driving the-Itallus tp'.Uie village of Fagare.' Here th'a.repl Italians had; recovered. froiiiyUie aurprlBe, and foofht .like to hand flrtt tiroigt the streelB of-.the' town wlthi M.pbiciB- for arilllery of machine roua, the Ital-; Una using baypneta, hand knives and 'gelatine, AUBtrlana fried tarthrow A Jtiie-aroVDd.' th'e'town and aucceedBd In part on one Bide nnlll the' Italian batlerlCT: north got the tinge of. the llne.ontalcie the ahelter of Ihe'ttfeeti. ThU luw waalheflrtttbhe deaoUahisd i thaM nn 'Hi'fm'' B. Rellly of CalgarTiJwas chosen fry I tbea the ItalianB pn.tilB 650 Labcnr iri Long Session i Einially Nominate a Farmei 'J from the Mberali.. about j dreHed'lhV'lVbo'r'con'rVnlion'eariyTn' rteri rvf o' nonncl aVarf Stturday nfght fiwn 7.30 In-lhe even-1 Ibe evening asking for .neri-n a pouriu ,nf nijnUBj In Mr. Ostlnnd, withdrawing before the one of the hottest iemlons of the kind convention got down to ever. ,The convehKo'h -sras of Ibe hoi- they itlt ,esslons ever held In LdIM (ho IJfctrtl Bl 7.30 and listing till to' three ijuii Iw'o'dayJ.' J'l.li hoped py Ihls action to' avert fanlrielror twelve days; tonijon, Nov. dl! Htch tr'oin toddy makei WESTERN-LIST Ottawa, Kov. were men'and otflcen In lie Hit Issued by tte tnlllUa departnunt on Twenls' .foir-were IS of wounds, In Canida, two seriously 'giutteil, 15S wonndod, two re- 'tortaxt to duty. There wens la all. CATTLE MARKET. Chicago, Nov. cattle nur- kel-: loilar firm. Quotation; kelf- lo tna Henly ol ualgaryjJwas cnoscn. oy.ituca UJK night Linrler Liberals of Medicine Hat con-'l advanced cheering, hewing The Ibqarcora-'slltuency their caniidale'lo'oppose I way. .The enemy held at 'ol a lot "of" live' Hon. Sitton hi lie forthctilnlug began.to. seek cover ib'd finally; bple responded to 'election, at their cohvCTtlbn lield-here Ihe Italians pushed Bow Island Saturday back to.the of Acadla Valley, and fi B.'Sparkil ot the water and. BCBghl to .'jetjito; tL. Jenner, bolh-farmefs, were aliS'n6m- .sand bir.: All the inated, but Ihe abandoned-. Most nf the tho former got the.waterls edge'and volei cast by the delogaiea. SiriMM- who saw the'Bruesome the man made the bodies along aMi'ta the' Ilural delegales came 'dslermrhVd to water-; rernlnded-hun hi U agers.got busy opened and during 'ihe-10" liifnule'" In-. tcrmlssion before domination maniige'd lo swing voles lo terly unknown to'ilnidst all- 6t :'Ibe deldgalea, Mr.; ;.the Vehlco, Kov; l-ambls o( runs- It: heard' 'tfa nlght; and. day< aa Venice coast batterlx .it Iho mouth nomlnallon. b'docX aftermocm m of (Ireworke durlitB; trlan.alrpiant'Oew.dfeT the city, hull of'the bol'irttn well known local pvbllc'' spirited iwc- -.iJowett Of. night the labor pirty held a convention and decided' nol a'caadldite In low- 'j ell has drotped aectpUd the uorabiitloo pres- platftfmrjHll bi.tke plat- '.'deberal Skrnaer bu reeelred dated tl Moscow Uylac Ikft-U' nt ada.' Tie tko "TOlutlos IB ilai eiSTii1 rt days ujajnal gonramffll'.ny I Itltl.nt CUrlUillU.'-.. If- HiHWJff. Tomorrow njyjit In SBffiE1-- I ;