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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 27, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta I {VOLUME X. LKTHBH1UUK. ALBKKTA. TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 27, HU7 NUMBER 205 BRITISH FORCE COMES TO AW OF ITALIANS trail a Strong Attack of t Germans in Vicinity of Bourlon Wood .CAPTURE ANOTHER SECTION TRENCFES Heavy Fighting in Vicinity of Combat, Other Pointf- Brftiah Headquarters In France, Nsv. the British' have made mother advance In the Cainbral area and, according to the lateet reperta, have vwriied their forward through ths northwittePB Fontaine 'Dame, which they uptvnd at the be- ginning of (he attaeic iaet weak and Jhey are now have advanced atrnoat the main tract whiot) rvns tawt and West through the eentre ef the vllleoe. London, V Nov. Iroopa tare repalMd ariolher Oermaa counter attack at nprthaiat corner of Bow- Ion Wood, accordlnG lo >ar> Jtoday'V were taken !n asId alcpk will WTC to par; a oeeir pir eeal .Xne pnrMM' aM a stamp ttn to M eatanne et'corked botakn aeM 10 nDVnNCE M Jloskhjilm, Nov. Slanning minlater -without 'pqrtfolio In''n lah cabinet and who Is also leader., o the Danish Socialist party, has lo Pleter' ill Dutch leader, and .Camlile rltiysmahsl' Ihe Belgian Socialist' aecrtttary- of the Internalional Scfcla 1st Ihe holding( the conference of the Soclalisl Inte nstfpnale with 'the ptlej stole purpose a genera peace.'' Mi-'Slaunln'g, however, aacSlI thai" Ihe possibility.. oC, securing gates from "tlian jus nnlral and tome neutral atitn Is adds tilt aepaWte peace on the'eajt tront does not lie cratjlde of t moved to different places hare een stopped by removal of sec- ona of raJIroad .'track lk> prevent reaching Petregrad. Tlier were topped at towns Vuere food could ot be obtained. A Qhaatiy Failure. Loadon, Nov.-. Husslan rer- lutlonlEts failure" t their attempt at aoiulnUttatEon, ac- oralng lo th'e Petrosrad corresnon- enl of the MornlM Post, ua- er date u! Satnrlny. He "But uehlnd or beyond all this ap- chaos the forces vhlch miLde RunliB an empire not die and those who knov lluaalan Ms- ory -tfeil how alters will en'd.v "F.van as I the Bltdntlon Is cominK clear.' alectlons to the bostltuent 'aisraitlr wlJl taKe place but. tbe. cDDstliaeQt will not Bolsherlkl movement, Uial moTement may really bas. already damned the coBnidtueit aEsei 1 Gold 'In1 1 caJI Bttentlon to following. lactt; fast of. the. iaii empire, removed from Petmcnid to.taifcfmlta In IMS, wu itef cafrtaititB-farluer inlo-thg I erlor. 'It of employees ot lie ministry of fin ance wlio have been declared dismiss- ed for failure to resume their posts. They Include M. Sbpolf, manager ot the.state bank, which is still under control nominally of lha old author! lies. Efforts to force a resumption ol work under a commissioner fatted. Tho final effort was made yesterday, wliea It demanded Ihet tho em- ployees -ot llie. bank and minlstr) should line up for'or against Ihe Ool- shevlkl government. They all waikei] out. alon U In poMesaionXwjti tnUwprthr and. dla- al praduced a aid Is thote 'whicb 'lUaala relies foi'.lta dally-bread.- iioiiiieuteri] nnibn bAS'bceci UP TO MM DOME MILLS CLOSED Toronto, N'ov. 11, Delamar, president o[ the Dome Mine company, announced yesterday (bat the nilU will be closed dowa for tbe present, but shall klnklnc and development o( the luwvn ore bodten will be continued. The diamond drills will also be kept rkLng, Tbe Jacraaied ecu I of pro- duction h the mala reason given at the action of the directors. ;i That is What U. S. Congressmen Were Told on Visit [tf ,Front Comcil Frankly States there Been Wh.oleuJe Exemptibu itx jajcYadM the. _ greallpert el Little Huasla, lie Lower Ypifjitprovlncee and arem-fwUch'feede all Haesla. TilE ifiicn, istexlending.andrprorahiee lo corn the Siberian the .jM reserve and Ibe bread sup'pllM, Is muter. tie Elluatwa ie will: accept c. dictation neither from Keren sky, Lehue nor anybody clie, lent of all from Germany.' may' safely-admit a .lie curtoca IndtvhiuaUiiea. Ibrown up from lie deplis. by InUrnal flstorbancea but .and fulore mail look e) wh.ere'-a'nd in the meantttna tiey.nwat wait nn'concernedly -unUl .their old if above. Ine-jresent A Morercriwi ndon, Nov.1 council pi pebp.eYpf I'o an Telegraph deapatcli from Felroc'raoXdaled Sunday, hu declared montoriam fmm'tie day; of the beginning ot tie recent re- Volt. V 'A' dicree -lasved by'lie'cotmcil.'cre- ates a Special state' eaiKallcn cornmls albn 16 replace Ihe mrnlatry oT edqca schools are placed under the 'Control' 9' municipalities. NOT. .of peiia have been In tie pnrv- U> come. In; the'Montreal'.district.-. appeala deciaiona-of. the Vf, trfbaniijs under' the n errjce act km" been launchwl arent of exe ipn the province of.Q enrfce1 act have' been launched ay lie Lliiary die- trict.ol have tefwL la otfic- tbe number la to increased.- On Ibis appeilB, '.which' has aroused i ble thronshout lie Do- service cooaefi JMted- following slate- perfectly -ap- rap- .ue- eciate 'their have hted leiemptloM In a very larg uinber.of where no justification or.eiempllon utata, "Aa..a hae'beconie necee try. to Invpicp ;tae rlghl of appeal, on very large scale. Already over ppeals have been launched by Ihe military nprMentallve In -Montreal, nd more I'jNQ'ta Quebec, and n bolb are. being takefe lngi befc'havejfalied to' appr conseque lropad, Nov.'- miei lo Ibe conttUnenl assembly today tnd -and TQeadayr Hats MiMCewVnietropoKtan committee has .thai- the 'elections Me-tppned for a areek.' Atfiiaed to auttorttlM-loday publlahed a long Hi Thfe oan Campaign (UftrW awl tons H tiai part ia'itiieiii After: U M.-.I tkej Tlctory toothor ffiM rM-Farm- trl' :rtre. the Veil iowwa kwi] It la Vletory trond: 'J, W: 13, Olrtwrry, rto.'.Noblefonl, J. J. UwsOn, Ivor, M. Mecbilh, B. S. Xobbs, J. R, Saodhim, Sydal. Up -to -800 sotnicrlTWoni bare' recelvnl, the rales of btthl haldehs being 1 IS of the 'poo- mlallcm. h (he official atahdliaf of the UlhbrMge, rVroo'a, Taber dlslTlct M of'Friday. last. .Tne In >.t since. ihcoM bring v-p' -to: abpvt- leArnitf still (6 raise: DanlO Nov. war fnedrance .compasy'.has premium oo beiwem Eng laiad ne1 Denntrk fmn to aerre ceart, WONT b. Baker, who wee uc': IheHlnlonltt candidate for tie I IWuth Tort riding al.tae party In oppoevUon io MacLean, former' Ills T rmjuesl of Sir Robert' hal decWed1 from large "majority may be roiM. up for' Mr, who has St.- Rob- 'i V ork, Nov. Eight me of lie congressional parly; which left he United-Stales on October 15 to Mt the battle front In Prance and Belgium returned yesterday to an At antic port on an Amertc'aa. Inzer ant iroceeded to Washington. Hepresentative William B. Goodman if saj'j: "I talked with pro- mlaent French and Brltbsh officials ai well as with the military chiefs of the he allies In France and cone of them, Including Uoyd George, appeared- lo itve any definite Idea as lo the ble iIurallDO of ths i War. the mpreislon that It the.w'ar dlA not end iy next spring, it was llkelj' lo go 'oil 'or three or four yfeara OMjre. Uoy.d. George informed me a t a Inocheew that the alllei considered -ool ot war." >i 'Henry Franltthi BoilVjc he bad no alllM'woald In "view' of taVala.of BUtet. Wien'tte wair'. ikirta.1 'o ler Long March Have Come to Relief of the Italians WHOLE ARMY- AND ITS ACCOUTREMENTS: Teutons Pressing .at Thrw Points But Will Get a Surprise Soon Italian Hiadqvartere In Northern Italy, Nov. the Auoclalcd deter- mined attacks by forces on tha left wing of the IUV- lin fourth army, near Per. 'tlca, between the Brenta and the Plavt, were delivered today. The' enemy niahem were broken by the defensive troops wftn haavy leea-. es to the attackers. London, N'ov. (Via Reoosrt Ottawa Heater's COT- at Italian ceadQuarteiK described the magnificent spec- tacle ol British troopt marchlx Into Italy, comprising; ccTalry, aaV llllery and eittadlaa; along Lue tor mllea, with aU' other Branches of .tie army lowing. Tbe Infantry had s marcnlne steadily fcr mail-; lac iljtean mllea a day. Tne artlV- 1? ry la equipped with a gnat urn-' of guna ami b accompanied by. endless of lorrief, carta, v pontoons and 'other nniplete array, last corrMsOBdmtaajra'tne la .rfgoroualy -prevshie: 'at' three Pint' at Tumbi mcrantata latter; Veibj, Oie MOT lillaa. the heroic defence bu -V tt. J of Nefanata, front from SwfaairtaiU milee, .'tnyrtBaii 'niiaar; U i'Ternba- andi 'ttnifli cooeldermbln' aavahce'; fcere-mifct force the Taio point of.. attack' k iati Marttio.'vhl tie :BraiU, and ibe lilrl iwtol eoecuy" IMLI malitsJiftdi' 1 a'nginent tbla num "In Ihe ea'rller'itages of tbe sltll f-.the local, mil Uvea in' of Quebejc, from ihe clvlllaa'pop- n'e'tlected Ihelr InslracUoni ppeal eveEfthe moat obvious casee. Th.ese representatives are being 20.bave been and'; .others rpltolntetl In nejr Steps taken to tend' Ihe vtlme' aees they for :appeelme the w'oop ALCOHOL .Nov.! 68, drank a pint of Trood alcohol on Friday. iMf'and lived' .mill last light "wheavhe'expired In the Man- real _______ was made here toojgkt.'to orgmjilrfl a Laorler' r.lbenl The LO. O.F- hall, when BacUaj waa.'held; waa tilled, with tUreaao.' be- ing UM iauiual I ii ni niifliii "n W belw and ibe caiull report E, B ot tie lof spirit, and he fay a repreMBUttre of labor frohi'' Taber. both 'spoke, aflir; which. it 'liaf: ler Ubertl aaMdattn' orgmolaed, with A: J. Bergeron aj A." J, Bergeron as ii 7i? Barv gerbn' as ntfre. Mr. Barseroa UBS who apparoUr, cept otfln' In the -ntw' onashiatton, neeilleis ,to uy, to. add to.bls; of tbo orii Sifton Talks of tKie aritl Gpnsef vatt .Ollaurg, Nor. ol tne opening tlttlneT of the annu of -the lion here Ihls rnofnlogVas the annual ch'slrinan, 3lr Clifford Slfton.' Probably.Ihe moet oiitslandlng by the chalr- In lo water pow- L.' I- _____r____.He liiMigbsteJ thai as International cpBsalsslom should be aamed M 01 gaarantMlog tie Monomlcal 'devel- opment division of power SlalM and Canada, Sir; Clifford dwelt "j tpon ihe nuge In iorinft-.llon' wltli work, declaring, jWtj. branch ol service will abolllipn'.pi beMfll romigt.v will) l ei. (A cbalr- i ii matter M arcat abetl' of >'..J' bers, Is sllll a pritoner In of Ihe Germans. x-' Cruws and Wastetwl: said tke'- longer under Inr' the doclrlna.o) general worW kaa beeii taught RMcielty for'coeW Villon Pf all' kinds eWesokreei Vjr.tie Ineiorable hictssltr' moans of' Mid, yet arrived al a. the ecini sources. degree h> lie Wade try whers put Thankl, to UM glim r tWnUnillon ol-tte TtaUaa" aatata-' try, tie'- eaemyV kaupej Veen The an cet fflto tbe iaat tfce awr' _______ waefe eat ana th the. major ' aul .Flm aaa been tbe' ami.) heartoet, ton..': As: tbe' Wld ietdqouters'ui. u o a treat'atreton. da Jitttfi enemy, is ccjMMtnttaif.hlaV prce. lo'breei Stall- offlcVra erln wtti raporU Crbai poioti and berrying oB wtlk orieirm uoevvrlhg'of tUrrlng tmrml i to, frra; i ___e( 'tie rttmUoei' Ue-ooadiOci of tie't spWndld fight tier are i i'A'vK'' aj'foor OT five lo CM, pcrti reeicUng Ubu-'iaA -which ioietotuie kaaira. _ aveo aenUutnci odds.his wfti" a rf reist-; aiica, ifcayoajd' i''ill firm "alnioat" aova at aoiM aoUt or anotiW tie, ready to recaoevi u< had twt npibad attacks M drtrw tlMi.eMy but' after :i aertee o< charjes. Tie general mp tie physical condltnns of Ike'. VwUoi ttrmgiTle partlcaltrly trying on Ihe- rriops.- nril, be said, Ihtrs was tha't SrrlWs' enilurance aid naj'; iifal'fatlpae iccompanylng hlgitt days of ceaseleis fighting wluix Ihe. ThoH eilreme cold with tie nights at about H degrees "oove (ahrenhelL This .cold made bEcause 'Ids out any kind of away artillery action. ihlfCngof T was "he rMrn Id of IDC aWtm.nMimrM ;