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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 24, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta X. LKT11BH1DGK. ALgKRTA. 21, NUMBER ITALIANS STILL OUT AGAINST HUNS Opposing Armies Ate Locked in pierce Struggle for Moutain" Heights rTALIANS'HOLDJNG THE ADVANTAGE Casualties Are ians rfyve Recaptured Im- portarit Positions Italian Headquarters In Northern Jtsly NOT. battle ot mous tnlns Is raging wltli unexampled vio Icncc Italians ae'ln hold Monte T.oiuta anil Slonfe Poralca which they lo'sl lasl nlgM. Tho losses liava bsen very but the enemy's lor exceed thoso bt'lhe Kalians. Furious1 Itillan Headquarters in Northern Italy, Nov. (By the Associated succession o[ attacliE anc -counter attacks followed rapidly throughout ycEJordar oil the lillls IweeDvlIra Pm-d null Ilrenta valleys ulfero the Italians and AustroCer i mans are engaged In'.tnrlqui combats nfig'ades and rcslmeuts, their nurn Itera 'diminished by tho struggle, were re-formed and returned to the fight In one section where the'rc wore Uijr ty officers, twenty-seven were killed or I but-'-Ilia remaining fouilii tie.iallle of Ino Uilrij'. D, H, QALBRAITH, Of. Vulcm, Xon-Parllun Candidate In Bow River Hfdlne ma GIVES ii Loan Campaign Ancient eilies Palestine'Be- ing Enltred by the iBrilish. London, fiov1' The lite ef tnclint Mlipah, virttt wot the Jeruiilem' Nabulea road, has been ilorniid by: the Bfltlih, the office .British bit ad- vanned K6rthivard were forced back by the trpbps apprraclied JlO'intaln b.l.erlM had 'been. 'W H2 ed.ln mountain cmplactnienWfanii-as Kl-Foin bv.er. thete I the Italla'ris'ndt.only brought .the .wheels. -n'hd JlmbiJrs, lialr'.prlde not'pefraillhii i day and the Ilerce.altict lasted threap quarters" of an hour. '.The'whole'field "was Bad the ground was atrcivii wlth'dead. Ii'waa amid this" weHe'f.of bodies and'debrta Uiai t'he'..nallan. lines wore, re-formed find from It'they moved forward stead- ily anil.JrresljiUbJy. until the disputed ground 'except-at one -liolhlj where" the struggle still goes on. ilt.ililB last..ileJnerato-chargG the of- flcera nuii ineii were .eager to'advlince, preferring'death' -to pri- soner.' f the approach of from-machine Kun fire. .They had} thalrY.llril eight of !the adTBbclng.forcea'at'.thV .bridge: lead und UK'allacli- lag tho ftrange inoaslers which1 Uiev existed. Only 300. Oerinaiil were hoidlag'the i'ltw left In the cellars, .wlth'dreir -ftre' tbe ;WiUi the crowd who taVBrltlira, .were two from Alsace and who were dellibted and-ware waltlnx to ilro Ihtmt-lTM nt'ta wttt Ihtr tort Vtte Uwlr cap Amertean AH ither. foort by, the OF M ALLIES Arraigns U. S. 'and Britain in Bitter Speech Before. Ignorant Classes SAYS BRITAIN THE RINGLEADER OF ALL U. S. Forced Into War by Capitalists, Minister Says London. XOY. Dally Mail In UB issue Ibis morning printed a dts- patch from J'olrograd which reports the salient feature's of a "violent dem- agogical suaoch." by .Leon Trotzky. tho Bolshevikl forefgu minister, to the couucll. The speech, says the correspondent made posfilblo only by the level ol Intelligence of Iho foreign -minister's audience. Tfolzky Indications of how- the alllfs and :lle enemies had received the peace proposal! noto. He dealt blows all around, nil only bright hopo being Italy, whom he considered ac- tion, owing lo'ner loss ot artillery. England, wn'o was the ringleader of the whole movement, merely continued the war for whit "he could get, ac- cording to the speaker. Franco's reply was In tho form' of a Clomenceau's middle class, Imperialistic cabinet, but the French people are looking on- ly for a reasonable excuse to emerge from the-war wllli lorae delm of vie-? Wry In mrder (o-iosHfy t Into ,Uie _ .Tea Unlled Slalcs'only entered the war because forced Into it hy )iv ra'plfaliBti and'ai dirt _ not: de; sin' ren sprd" with-favor the RHilsaji.gpTfrri- meot composed of and Xje'rmanT "lijolcfed .In lujther of c the 'Rosiuis a'rmr'i kBl'Philiilp Schclaenfaun, hid resolTed'to declare 'open opposition' to the Qerman- Eqterii- meat to ii to -After" telling ,h'l3 au'dlence 'jail secret (reatlei wquld.be Tro'zky Mid .that.any were not binding on Husala and he' Votild fling-them Into the rubbish The .IJally Mall's correspondent rb fora -to cif' an nticropt to eiboilsh a revolnlionary govern- Ilussla but ho Is .convinced that It la almost impossible for'- any rabvemenl to holij the country togeth- er. Gives Them Shori Reign Ean Franclscbf N'ov. Ihe Dolshevlkl In Husslb will be sliort a man strong, enough to lead a, In the 'opinlpn of. Cooal Ilya Tolstoi, second son ol (he late Count Leo Tolstoi, .who Is on.his way to New York. _ "I have Just rcturRctl Irom a tour, of he salu1... "Tho MaxIniaUBta Trlli- not' remain Jn rower in Moscow tho sentiment Is against toelr tactics. snd' Moscow represenU Ibe best thought in Russia. "It Impossible: to say whether nussla .will again become a factor.In the war Iiufthls la both in the country.and In tho cities, are Weary of It Is only a question bl whether they prefer war or German domination." Oerawii'whd plictd Tery' penal tin on wtw any Vac tni of t'bottle of CilW lor line ot ten tmnct or Hrrrt''" ind pan- .y Amsfcrdum, Nov. In the Austrian holiw of .dcpullei, Premier Von Zeyd ler, according lo'a Vienna dispatch dMlsred that from Information reeelT ed by (he foreign.minister up''td.fhla time nfa RassUn notce had been nide on.lhe Austrian Ironl. He the offer .would'be a spirit and that .nccommq- datrng tcrtns' would bo accepted.''. .Tin mini condition] .In he', salcn did not allow cleftrjudcment ji, to whether the peace-party there would be able to the object. :crdsy from UK marV of Jl in ;IB Vklory- Loin drlvo for ihe first .Ime. Only was turned In at icadquarlcrs. will tip for every member toUl abnounced by the Ca! rarf: and reported 'for. the Pope has New PeaceOffer Toronto, Nov. Mall and Empire In a cable from London to- sayi: "The Ziltung that the Pops will shortly send a new peace hole to all the belligerents, mays a Rotterdam despatch tc the Dally News. "The rott will enter more fully thin the former one Into Bupget- t'ons and conditions which, is far France Is concerned, will be Influenced by Information whfch the Pope receive j from the French, cardinals who recently visited Rome." linmttliate'district IB ?Qn the UiS. Soon New Yoflt, Nov. 24.-rGtrman si- the near fulura.wi Amer- V lean Matt cities wen predicted lo- day'o'y. Robert E. In addnia here before a of.rievily. enfrah-. ''chlaed "women on. the lapic of- arrlal ...-------COfctaANMhlN ronU In ItaiJrH 4ftdal-' If ton inall la'con-, Trotsky PubHsKes Documents of-Foreign Office, Inelqd- ing Secret Treatfcs v Feirpsrad, Nov. lort of cerlain confidenlJal com'm'uiiicaH6n3 hjlween Ihe Husslan'-fnrnijn olflca governments were published today by Dolshcvikl and Spelal-Hevolullonlst; newspapers at Ihe hjsttgalion of Leon Trolzky, the BoltnevikMlirelgn minister. Trotzky safs that documents. Ihouc of the "Czarlatfo, Bourgeolse cand coalillon govornmenls" and' from them "Ihe Ttusslah nniloniand Tn the world' Djkilst Secretly made hr financiers and trait- ors, through theirs barllameotary aold persdnal documenls-" i and Austrian, pblltlclann, .....make them that'wfien iho Ger- man-proletariat by means of a rev. plallpn secures access 16 their chan will flnd.lhcse ilocu- inents which ihow np In no bet (erllgol than published, Secret Treaties i Nov. documents published the Bolthorikr. Include secret; treaties and telef'rBhis sent h'y Uie'XiiuIan foreign jfflce, ambassa- dors.abroad and ambassadors In Pel- rograA.. In all, seventeen documenU ,f rplzky mar try to m capital out ofUhese MftntrtBl, ndsy. ft. DuV twnSliy, .Ubtril Ccan4ldait In Cawhr-Oirtnmwit.Jn '-'-1' If In hk rmnf U> pirt '-tWw, MfBrt'-tni BlM f 4 4) TBIBUWAL6 4 4''M, Biggafl K.O.i of M ftltarf. j In Ifodajr. lit JtatM In case claii two Ic reqhueil the tame -local trtbnmU will .-1 ot police.IVelsby relumed to, loin .onlght'.from Dull River, where he aeen for ,l'wb' days looking into Iho murde'r'iot Wm; a man nbpul 50' years ,'of age who -was 'working'[ a; camp Iwo other men ;elllne out Hall was killed Adam; Advanpes Near CanaU Du. Nord by1. Severe Struggles ARE EXTENDING GAINS RAPIDLY HOWEVER I Names L. L. Pack as His Can- didate in the Lethbridge Riding OllawB. Nov. WiltrM Las? ler Ihls .evening.gaTe.outiUie.llet ol candidates he hjad 'endorped for.- thi IiBrnose of overseas-v'oliaifoKThe .Hit candUKles In ihe The Cavalry Do Great Captured Several Miles of Ground at One Sweep London, Nov. various polnti' in Ibe CambVal region, the Brilbh uade progress yes.lerday, of-: Ice announces. More than 100 guns ave been captured recently In this area. Tbe statement follows; 'Operations were successlnlly dr- ied out by" us yesterday west of Cam- r iral. After severe fighting In which, he stubborn resist- incc, our Iroopj storrned the Import-' ant and dominating and high ground Luoul Bourlon Wood. To the oast'oC--1'. Jourlon some progieH was made lii neighborhood of Fontaine' Notre, Dame. West of the wood our Iroopi made further progrees along the Hln-- denburg lino aslrido the canll "D'u N'onJ, lii Iho vicinity of ItMuvres. Fur- h.er West, bBtwcen'Moenvres and Qne- ant, Uie London ScoUlsh caplunxl an mporUnt spur, giving observation er Ih'ellintlenburg. line to. and north. t j-V, the. vlclallr of Siills-CDuri'-piir-'. lows: Warner; Bow JUraf. -'.W: 1. Ciliary East tLiVpr) J. A. Edmonton -Wnt Hon. fYant Oliver t. Pack Jfcltor.; Medicine iiat, C. B! Reilly; W. F.' Putter; British Don nelly; Cariboo, R. -F. Lelgbton; Com ox-Albe'ral, ,W. W. enay. R. II. :Beattle; Kootenar West, J.-H. Maxwell r A Stewart; New AVeitniintjer.f.Rw.' p A. McRae; Skeeni, P. Slbrkj'-Viiicon ver Centre, W. W. Mclnne.9 Vancon ver SoulbY- Charles' tofla Ilende.rapnj.Vi'estmliiitcf District, Major rianis'ay; H. S. Palter son; Lisgar.ao. W. Qnlnn; MacUonild M. Welsh; Marg.BeUer F. -Hamll ton; Xeeuawa.'Aleiy Dunlop; Portag'i La I'rairie, BhoHcllffe; P. Hoven cher, John P. Mo'lloy; A iy.lh of the 2lst In Iho bunk the. coroner's Jury Inves- tigated, tljp matter returning a 'ver- dict of death 'from' hlo.wa of an axe In pf.'Ja'mes. Touag. A man named In 'the camp suited thst'he had Icft.lhe man Hall and ,Vpung .'In Ihe bunk house when out lo cook'breakfast and about .ilfUeri.'." minutes' after a'nd asked bring-a-light'to' rae, bun houjo as he' had .killed..a' there, AAderson went to the door'and seeing Ihe m.an lying.oii .Ihe; fipir.ho to. another or eight niiles awa'y aud.'gave Young his name" as John 'Francis went'to Pelr- camu'.Blx' iullea nwsy-and told cleric that' lip hsd killed man In a'fjght' hlm.'lp. ahn-.coroner. The clerk phbricdao' Bull, Elve'r and the man remained at the camp" until the policeman arrlreo' him In claims to: be a re- turned docs not put much corilldcDcc'ln- wtist Ihe man-'aays. ffe.clfllraa to be frum St. Johns, -N.-Di Is about Iprly-lhrep ycafs of rellui- IniirV hearing next Taeaday and will bs taken to Kelson Jail l( committed. nisaro lugTloM, Soarls.-i.'Tlibmas BucX Ecrgt G: TVJn .rpopa gained further (round. during" -hostile. BtTOUK. ,ber of p'rlsonerg.'- thel 'Tr-hMtlle point' n'tUvTTnum[ Dttalli of lifiiflci Fighting .British -HeaAuarters .xin" Mday, Nor. :S north''and south a. point a'll'tUe west of HavrlEeonrt. main Illndenburg built ilong this waterw'sy and British had'lb fight big.ditch. There was .Intense nlpeg Centre, K. S. Ward Winnipeg North, H. nigeslLabor) Winnipeg Soulh, JIacMillan.V Asslnipqia, H. Wad dlncton; Balllefnrd, -'C. A. Conrley Hutabolrtt, Dr. Haro- Klariereley; 'W Sew4rd; C.-T Cone- ford; Prince Sam JIcLebd Regina, A. .MacBcth; John Saskaldo'n, 'James 'Casey. (La Swift r.urrenl.ijl. J.-.Reilly.' 'Up' lo this cveniiiR SlrAWlifrld nndccided as to the enrtorsatlqn candidates In a n'utdber -61 'conatltu endC3 In some of which ther? art, la bof .and- Independents'. Include the llamlltoii'seaU.' Apparent- ly the leader Is "riol endors- ing caiidJdalcA If as lo thelrdtslre lo have his. approval ot his candldatjiro. The undecided scalA are: Eranl, Rtlny River, Hamlllon .Wesl, tfimlltpn Hast, KenC Lmcoln, Toronto'-, 'iVeai, Wellington, Yarmouth arid -Clire, Muskoki and McKcnzle, Saskatchewan. WHTEBN UST; I Otlawa; NOT. cas: nalty list' and vfCEle'rn .were' killed In ecllon ahcl'two dlei of wounds.' _.. secret nature of the altatk'no'artlK J lery'conlrt be used to.cut tie trecien- dous long string ot barbed front of trenches and thb tankc not operating In this Therfr, fore, It was. neceasiry." men enlanglemehis bomb tSem. to In forcf their way a' big the'lrlsh cinw.uidtT eit_ hart no to. charge thct. and on .with, soon fury th To The: People of Southern .A APPEAL FOB THE VICTOHV LOA'- The-Vfcto'ry'. campaign In Ilia t wllb 'on. Monday and days.ldgp'. is' last Week... Jtisl.sli. .ifl Itoailnloh of aiia, )s: Bsxed to do his or her welfare ot bori ..____ yflttratlf ._ i; you.dono r halt tjtfit" it becaoai jinjiert -The Lethhrldio commlUee know that .time, with' everr- snoal e or what Is b.elnf'doce.by the men .who Wt'lhslf hotMii ".and places day, but possibly Cwp, The Can conpelled (o rfesert gi'ns and abandbn. Ibc' -fcf-'-thcm .were. t w( of thc'ddgp.uls; oh-v: Iho :'.'Thli> fight ISjcurifed "at 8 o'clock Tuesday, >_> morhjiig.-'tn Iho meantime machine'suns oii'lhe caalera '.the'danjai giving and is'socn us Ihe high hunk FiiVcaprV'.1 lured British engineers began building nriilgcs; ihe waterway. (ii. v. a-or ow ar ;