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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 21, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta VOLUME X WEDNESDAY, NOVEMUEH 21, 1017 NUMBER 290 SMASH HINDEN Women Who Mav Vote (Qemehceau Makes This Plain In Cnn Satisfy But This PIN GREAT FAITH ;.-ON (J..S. ASSISTANCE Paris, Nov. war ala o! Clomenceau la lo be a, victor, he told-the chamber ot deputies to- day. "If Germany expressed a wish lo en- ter tlie society of nations I would not M. Clemcnceau said, "for Ger- iunnj-'s algnsluro cannot be "You ask what my.war slma are? My aim Is to bo a vlclor." Socialist Minority Parli, Novl minority of Co hi the vote of confidence given Prem- Clemencaau; In the-cKamber last night, vras ine'de np nlmosl entirely of Boclallili. Some ol that party ab- lUined from voting. One Socialist. Andre Ltbor.TCtcd !or Premier Clem- Clemencsau'i Speech- i Paris, Nov1; Clcmenceau 'read to the chamber of deputies this tha ministerial declaration which--had.been decided upon try the Bew cabinet." Jl tbe senate lie docu- meat w read by Louis Nail, the mra- Istej of justice. The declaration was as follows: "JVe have accented places In Iho government in order To conduct the redoubled for; tha 3! o! Wsr Else-, Uooi Act, the franchise Is rtveu to following women: v "3Sv (1) ilvery female person Blialh be 'of rotlng and qualified to vote si Domlalon election In province, er In the Yuion Territory, who, twins l British subject and qua- lified lo race and retllence, as required In the cues of'a mate parson In luk or Yukon Ter- ritory; H: UIB case may, be, fa the wMoyr, mrjiher, sister or daugh- ter of any ptrton, male or female, Uv- toe or demd.'who Is serving or has servved without Canada In any- of tho nilHtaTy forces, or ffUhln or without Canada In lay of the natal forces, of Canada or o[ Great Britain In the pre- sent war: Provided tbal this sec'.lon ehall not apply to, the" wife, widow, mother, or daughter of a person no longer service as aforesaid, unless BUcn person has died In or has been honorably discharged from such ser- vice, or, ID the case of an officer, has died ID or hai been permitted to resign from service or has been -dls- penied by competent authority from further service, or In" any case; lias died after, honorable discharge, resig- nation by permission, or dispensation Iron] further aforesaid. Such naval of'Canada jEhall ue'deemed not to include mem- bers thereof engaged within Canada who become' mpmbera after tha paeslog o! this Act." Take Hun Defences Five Miles Front W.-RO'Con- reach.'- oi district.' cor adda; djiekuged otherw. that the aecond cjats of men under -Military Service Art are to called oirt In are official- ly declared (o be with- out foundat'on. The >eCond clasi comprlto: "Those who have attained Hie age of twenty years'and were born not earlier than 1883 and art rnar- rJed, or are widowers who have a child.or children." Reviews Situation Do Not Contemplate Calling up Second Class Toronto, NOT. SI a statement Issued at noon today Sir Robert Gor- don says: 'The union nominations throughout Canada.Indicate a thorough realiza- tion of the serious Issues Involved in this election. Strong representative men have' been nominated in all the provinces. It was anticipated and riop- cd tliat In Quebec there union candidate in every1 constituency Unfortunately this anticipation' was hit realized. Vln, eleven constituencies arrange- Capture Afl Line in Surprise Attack Without Hun Line Giles Way From Amlto St. Thousand Prison- Retistance Offered. r'l'he Hindenbnrg line has been broken lo ni'.es, the war office announced today, med the first system of the Hindenburg iole front between St. the London, Nov. a depth of four to British troops, line defences on !h leaders tempered bj name would on the hats, trials mjTr derotipn Vhlch gare their elders re- Through.them, of the Immortal; nallTe land, in the noble ambUions of peace, will pursue' iiiel cqurso. ot. Itg deslh.Ies. Those frenchmen who .wo wore conitralaod to'ibraw Ijadle have claims .ttponViiaT Thelr'dcairc that''none'of bar 'tfoughta Lurn away that'npno of our acts bo'foreign to thalr Wo oirfl them erery- wJlUdut any Uilng lor --France, bleeding in her [or Uio I "Tile duty Jg to stand by.-lho-iioldlcrs.-llvc. Buffer aad-flgbt t Wltb_'themj thai [is npLibf'lhe.ra'lherlanfl. Thc.liour haa TJO solely.French, and I iritH Iho prldo lo declare Ihat that But- i flees for us. Let overythlnB loday bfl blerided-L'ha clalnig ol.Hhe frout.uid ttftlr ftas I and .tQ( Iho'rear. .Let every -liatf on-papers to a tUterriwit by a member, of the Judlc- laryTlii.this lo UIE cBmng men February next. There IB no'authority, however, for such ind therei.s.no TO for 'any iwih outlines. Up to ent time riq such "action has been'itni der coDE.Merat.OH eilher TJY the'rolDifi; ter of mflltla or by the government KB a whole. H la anticipated thai qalremetiU can be met out of the clasa already called up." U.-S. Takes Drastic Step To Clear papital of Alien Enemies .teififctiUilt.tbe military Boniface; tribunals lu Manitoba" have appealed Valmoat all ;he tteciiioos made ilonjlliat ta some localities a whole- of U Arlirtery Had to Be Turned-on Them To Quell The Re- bellion7 London. .Nov. Official reports Is the of a mutiny ot Russlan: troops last day that natlteV.of Oermany who In France'haa been published In _ thousand prisoners have been "ken. The whole German line west Canal Kord la the.Bapaume- been .caplured. towns of Marco- at i3 fenown fts tbe Illadenburg was establlslied by Ond last Spring Jfbeli Ilie Si'-' appetl press .hy th? provisional gov- 'ernment. Soon after the royolullon had hrokeli out In there' ip- act' provfdea t Mr. Justice "TJoff-. That BOTerntDent 5oea not; Intend to stand sach. alleged dis- crimination goes oc In.certain lor.all- staled by the prime min: lateK tonight- -j v further Lettered.that Sir Hob- 'will announce In hla speech -propOEsia IncreaRe the allowanco to the dependents. of ioidlera ,'oTersoas. This: question has been''engaging tho of sold- iers iyerseas, Tliis question has been anRag.ng." Iho attention of the militia cbunfifl and the war-committee of cabinet for some time oack. Tho need of. Increases in of the cpst.of-llTlns has'loiiE- been Per'Cent Grain ted .-.Montreal, Nror. percentage of men jefnaed caeiuptlon bTlhlfi dls- rlct" la 2.97 as cbmpared-.with'82.09 Tor the men firp.nled exemption under the, Serflfce Following are, a'taUstlcs sell Jftiirrproducts; to th'e allies at the big'.pricesvffi are V.o "I1 k- Te .got and money __ --but sfie la apendfQt her ie French-drlyf on Iho 5iro borders'.' it the line Taa bj no means. The jeopie-mnsf tteHr vlheU-.progreM.-.nd serious m6aey'to'tie EoTernieiit; lo iolsheviki Losing Their In- fluence Now With People and the Army OFFICERS ARE NOT WANTING PEACE Stockholm. ,Yov. Reports' ought latest- travellers to reach Toroem from Pelrofrad Indicate hat a remlslon ol foeline Is setting In, afloat ihe Bolslievikl. Regiment a of- soldiers hare paraded the streets at be Russian capita] bearing banners vlth Inscriptions such as "We want no'Beparate "Down" with Pet- rograd's domination" 'a minority party and "Nicholas" Tho Central committee of the BolstiovikJ 'joclallals coalition has pissed rwoluUpa demanding liberty of the press, -he dismissal of the lied Guard and the immediate' cessation of. fratricidal war. Maxim "Gorky's er and the Narodoa also de- mind that tte Red Guard be disarm- ed. Minister Morris learns' from a cornpotent BDUTCQ that the food Supply In Pelrograd la .ominously short and that the bread' ration Is noir ILree, quarters of Huaslan pound for two'days. Nearly one-third of the members bl the executWfl .committee formed by the MaxlroallfiU at the outbreak of .the revolt have resigned and It Is report-, ed that the; remainder hare conferred' dlftUtorlal -law making-' powers qa Lenlne, who. la- altering lift now iaanirigV -Movlnfl Afliinit MOKOW NOT. 21. Swedish; 'press reports on Ihe nltuatlon In' RUB- ''bv" the" stale rtSSed 10 been effected. i life. 'Tho force of (he I (hnl.'Tbat b wbat'aalmi us thej work u w.U Mllo liiDjr fight, taken -oat papers era formed up In v-- i "Mcli compiacd of Ihe moaL'.aclU.I Uon were senl lo Bdprg, the ptH- the same as tiotewbo taken no .....--..._ _im at til; Abont 3M moallr -wsllrfi- and roechmnlcj, left BOW .in' ID dale wisliingftm eibdm re lor Hid.Victory, Loan ,'-v; Y "he District Loan to the Islo of Alx. The othera'.wn! rernjin a( Lacourtl unlft'tlie-sjld o! nti'enquiry ordered-by tho iK-ovlilona] PRdFEBIOR DEAD Montreal, "Nov. 6c- llttle of speculation at- 4) contfnue to to UiiKrat tie moTraenfln II, early appearanco of being dont wlnt eIUleT- illlous tbat beea un: on the western front )n of their new anhlea strike effec- attack came .aJmoat the only premon.l- 15 a series "otsome- trenii raids. ETen ire operallona In thl3 ,1'nleht'by llio Brit- [cn Uio German staff taken measures trj a hint, that a push or over such a wide In prospect. U is tbe sad the "We.muii not Interests to buy. op If tkit the lime came to would-bit'tie woat that would hire heavily, ;with- no-. and possibly In tirae wl'sm.we co'tld not afford lo pay.7' V--'' L' SOLDIERS Montreal, NOT: a change king's .reEaltUons tlirouRh an officers and to 'attend i wtieni' tiet'n killed In" rtolB.; The deparlment has-' no to confirm the reporti. Trotsky Foreign 5 Pelrofcrad, sNor. office haj been -taken over by Leon TrotikTr sub-aecre.tarT NermtoTt! wh'o charge stac'e tta arreist ot-M. Tflfestcbecko, formally narreoderiDc control and departihe alone with the. employees. 'MlUtary ttaff hftadqnarten -roik li 'reported to be at rtaadstlU, excapt the bnainesi of army that irttt- In a few'days Lenine i a'nd Trotzky. Trill 1 annpUEca the eacoMsful of a workmen's and go'wri-'v mcnt, aCter It b.hoped Tpr- irtt Into oC- flclal thwmai Oift forein minister.' 6erioiu the workmen's. and, Boldien' lions lUronghout tte country Is. threat- ened throaeh the of two e'en- trai comoiiUws, cjjJ orlty u the dnly.e oir Is n, Tweedie and v Big Adyiance Palestine hm advirfud of Jenatlem, fielwir cfflce aniwurvccil. JUMPED TO I Reported District I, (jarrt.'s.'a. .Dtohirn Sj.WX i Dlttrlcl Ctot. Dtttrirt '10, (At Dliirict 11, C Diiirlcl 1, Cipl'-'Ol'.B.- Dhtilct 2, Cifrf. A, M. a fl.V. ailibo'na' _____.______irnlDg of Prof.'Clar] professor 'of McOHl Unlvenltjr in mental and moral wfcl 32 age and WM born la'PtM- ley, ScoUaad. i: P. TAW- rtiice; rornivir conRmtrnan from whoso home Nortfi Juirtpedf.to-his' death lodajf from eighth floor o( the Ho- tel Helmonl. It Is said he has been suffering from R ncrr'ona breikdon-ji, a nole saying that not slanil Iho prossara'iny ranjer, T nounced his ported :by. lion, In II ment and T.-M. rlMe (n Call ci once locibdlng a of wl nei A- 'BacaanKD, an- and tras- snp- rolnlsler iftw -driion govern- candt- i. auilf- 'te; number of la- their MOn of J 36mo lad 1 oming, election. of ipeikers, 4 t _____ 4 sari: "A .Oermu. under command o( Uetrt. laodl deitroiftd a British rncrii-; .4 tor a destroyer oft tjf- UNCHANatO prol The n! ih'tj .Union .Vletbry'-Uiu? ,ias' 11 Xreat'OuCbnrat of rhetrl pfcaldlng, sild Itwae 4 brl.dge Ihe Dominion.-. An _Jon'ibj-efjlirtnt Id rtlarn to tie _____ -who h; tho of whom had been bat "I am supportingvprilon 'ipTftrn- ibo only consWera'tkm; today.-h win- nfog tho war. I warti-fat be tirae to my.Canadian 1! was not' prepnroA lo link-part jj lor the sake of giTlnn.iuppormo the mm are my. sacrifice, what or Mr. Sllton's or parlson to .the ours are making at the Lsmter cortrcmMt, wlio Minr ol the reclprocltT S; hid been alccM tbli'week by nutloB'u. npfOTter of BoVvrnmerit'. not (dropptDx on. ecoaomle MJd Mr. Buchanan, "I nm'mtrely tieru bshlritl jne to uid roranoirt. Maay'of tbeB'4, or.Mr.' Carrell.ibnt lotas till not bury Ing (It It is htrj and help CanaJal" Tlio Union Buchana'n, wns an attempt 'vf'ftt Ike tiest mon If .tTolon thai dMate of both repre- of all IM'sreeU This goTerriment wisfaot farrnel by Interesis, the? biggest In Canaili today, tte'Trlnnlrig of (ho-war., Many LlbsrilB wirt'iaOt.ia.hTOTiol nlon Bor- en was at (BT' ernmeat could ta ______j about, wcre willing to sacrifice! .why should noLererj'.L Kig-to do BO.' Ha lie .works now afifi 'r'ThB m" {iimiffiffiEm for he rrarpOM prepared to. tict ApuWnot eTeryl Liberal the "Hite 1 cacua ot 'ol 1L -I( I have ain fn'the company of H.' ..-JEUi'den) president ot Iho Manltiiba' Grain idnrwers. I am' trayclllng. conrpkny ;of J. -A.' Mature, presl- i' ilenl of tWsastolclicwun Drain hs.s been eleclcd by accU. mailfjft' M aunportlng r tinlpn i am travelling In qt.'f.'A. Crerar, who was iead i Onffi Growers Company, afid i! MUuttT at porting unfonf JpeSu: frored Ibat Ibe hitereaUO the: my oiner Mr.' r. -i sons for.'suprrtrtlig 'Act, a lutUfti V- tiij'' ;