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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 6, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta VOLUME X. SATURDAY, OCTOHEU 6, 1917 XUMBKU 232 -f Washington, Ocl. oration be i we en (he llrlllsh ad-, v rulrally and Vice-Admiral Slma v and other American naval officers, Secretary Uanlela do- v claret today baa been complete since Ihc outbreakW the war. "The spirit shown al the ad- v said Secretary These Are Suggested in New May Also Enter JTURIFF MAY GO TO THE SENATE Ottawa, Oct.. Morning CHI- len Bays a story is abroad thru J. G. Turrlff, M.P., "may Riven one of Ihe ulna western, scnalorsliiiis which the government 'will be at liberty to. fill after today. The dissolution prorlanv, ation takes effect, at mldnigUt and to-1 jnorroiv thero'wlll be no M.IVs. Outline? Cabinet Toronto, Ocl. World, edited W. A..Mavlean, Conservative, 51.P., thld morning publishes the following n3 a probable coalition ministry so Tar as already rearranged, or announc- ed as more or less settled. JlarJtimtJ representatives; Border., first minister aud president ot prlry council; Hazen, marine nnd fisheries. Quebec representatives: Doherly, Canadian high com- missioner; DEondln, postmaster gener- al; ScvJgiiy, -Inland revenue; Bollan- iyne, public works. Ontario representatives: Mew burn, nUilla and defence; White, flnance; probably 'railways; Kemp, prob- ably customs; Gulhrle, solicitor-gener- al, Foslor. prob- ubly with or. without portfolio and leader of senate. The World aays that HOD. F. Coch- frane will probably bo chairman of the board ot directors of Canadian Northern. Mr. probably i on tho licncli.. aud-British Columbia repre- tcnta ('res: "Rogers out; Roche Mo civil sen-Ice; Burrcll to join civil; E err Ice ;Melghsn. to remain vllh "pofiioifii Lout-heed, JlXbly, lo be made "three of thesewill J be yninlster'.of- J. A: CdMehand other tVo i yet Bellied. The Mall arid Empire, Cohfleiral 'in-an Ollnwa dispatch, declares thai Dr. Mlcliacl Clnrk may he minister In Iho new The Western Members, llcgina, SasR., Oct. Hon. A. D. Hudson, minister of Justice; Mr. T. A. Crerar, minister of agriculture; [Ion. J. A. Cfllrter, minister of the Inter- ior; Hon.-Arthur Stflon, minister of railways. Above are the positions in tho pro Hosed union government which the liberals' now In conference In Ihc cast-have picked for themsel- ves, aceor.lInK lo Information given Iho floRlna" Tost representative Joday from a JJbcral whom "t is claimed. Is In ft'.nsa touch witn whnt haa trans jilred al the councils ot the Liberal actors held during the last few flays in Montreal and Ottawa. .Tho prop osUloii has been submitted to Prem Jer IJordcn and his decision Is fcelns Doub't Entry Ottawa, Oct." J. A. Caldcr J-B3 gono lo Montreal bul Is CJCJICL to be back'In llmo lo meet the other premiers and cnhlnct minis tors wlfcn they arrive In Iho capital hi government circles'this, mon there EGciuGd to be an Inclination, to doubt the entry Into the cabinet o Mr. Slflon or Jlr. Caldcr. Premie firewater, of Urltfah Columbia, Isaai Pltblado, ot ".Vlrjlnjieg, anil llr.1 Ala gill hear] of th'e board of grain supervlsori are belife menlfoued os possible net ministers.. Dr. Clarke, of Her! Deer BecmE likely to offered a cautne rank without .portfolio. Denies Fox to be Indicted v Toronto, Oct. Premier Hearst last .night 'denied that perm.EsIon had been given lo W. P. O'Connor, .acting cost of living commissioner, Ot- town, (o IndlCL E. C. Fox, manager William Dav- les Company, Toronto, for ralMro lo furnish certain In- tormallon required by the commissioner (Q have been ataled jiy M r. O'Cpn- uor here, yesterday. Statement. Ottawa, Ocl? W. F. O'Connor, Dominion coal fot living c oni mission this morning, .repealed hla a'. ncnl that steps nr'c being taken to ndlcl R C. Foi, manager ol Ihc SPLENDID SPIRIT OF CO-OPERATION fols, "has been one oC perfect frankness and ff operation. Our officers have v had access lo every bit of In- v formation admiralty officials "have bad In relation to siibmar- v inc warfare. Tlu-y have opeued every door to Admiral Sims v iiud his associates." Mr. Daniels' statement was prompted by published reports (hat DrHlsh Inventions for com- batting submarines had been whldicld. GLOBE SAYS EIJ3VATOR is ALARMING FINAL SCORE New York...... 7 1 Chicago.......... 2 7 1 Bailee and McCarthy; Cfcotte and Scha.k. Coinlakey Park, Chicago, Oct. C. The Chicago Whits' 'won ibc first game of the world's sorlcs by a scoro of 2 to 1 from the New York Qlaiits, lain UavlEE Company, Toronto, allure' lo furnish Information quired by the jovernmenl. When Mr. O'Connor'B attention; wrfs called ,to he denial by Premier Hearst of On- ario, Dial ponnlselon to Indict Mr. Foi had been granted ..he.' eiplaiocd lia( he had applied for-permlsslon to ndlct Mr Fox and (rial he hud been given lo understand'that'Iho request vouhl be grunted Lc had pent certain documents "lo Toronto, The documents.asked for by the On- arlo were being fur- ntshcd, lie said." Congress tor-take This .Step'After Sinking of Boat Washington, Ocl. depart- ment of state communicates to Hie press the following telegrams bearing on the cise of Ilolo Pasha, between Count Von Bernslorff nnd llerr Von Jagow, German unnlstcr or crcJKr.-affafrs. s "Xumlier G79. Fr-brna.y 26. "I have receirrtl Information Trora an entirely IrushToi Hi y source con-, corning n political action in OQQ at couiilTlca whicli would Lring "about peace Out of the Icart: iioUUcal jHsrsonages ot Uic coun- try in question ia ncrting a loan o( in N'ew which se- rMy will be given. L WHS forbidden lo give his name In The jif- ni.', seerns to BT- to ta of the grcateat possible imporlfl'ncc, Can't l.io mou-. cy be provided at once .Tr-Nfeir .Tprk'? Thai'the I Xalioua) League champions. Clcolte pitched-.unbeatable ball for the Sox. L Felseh's borne run and Jackson's great I catch featured the game. Thirty-two thousand persons saw the game. Big Crowd Present Comlskey Park, Chicago. Oct. The Chicago White Sox> pennant wlti- nera of Ihe American League, and the New York Giants, champions or the Kaliocal League, met here in the first game of the world's series In the euue of somc'.lhtrty odd thousand TGT- sons, -The Wbltc'fSoi rooiers depended upon Eddie Cicoltc to outwit the Xa-.v York batsraen, while iManagcr Mc- Gran- tried out Schupp, Sallcc ami I'crrltl In.tlio battery warm-up. All Chicago made holiday today. Every artery that Jed lo, Coraisliey I'ark puleaied Hlth n greal crowd, levered rrUn cxcltemonl. Hundreds, unahlc to gain admission to the park, mug outside of the high walla and followed the game as best they could from Ihe .'spectators, wlio shouted ilo them IhD.-proftress of the play. It was jOclobcr, day and. made to Lima, government proIiaWf.' will soon areak off diplDmatic'relntlons with Germany. -The first step whi zaken today when by aa almost uiionfnioiu vole decided' In; fi.Tor of such a course.', The Peruvian government 1C inslruclert its minister at Berlin to present to the i demand'that. aBtUftcflon'. be given ivllliln eight days Tor the slntioft of ttie Peruvltn burque-Lortoii. It via announced i( the derntnd not met' diplomatic relations' wouii] f bft broken. t W The Lorlon Inside Span- ish territorial "waters" list- Februarj- by a Gcrman-Bubailrlne.' Dtclarlng Iliat the sinking Paru Insisted that Germany ahould pay an Indemnity.1 VThe Gfirmah ernnienl offcrcj, tho caae to a' prfie court. t A dispatch from :Ltint l jknd AlberU, qurtt fair Now of u Sltllement of the Strike Fort Ont., Oct. Tlio clcralor slrlhc B Hi i a 11 on took on a. new' phase today. Negollallona dur- ing the past week bare been entirely In 'the form ol'an inlercbangc of "notes" bfidwflcn the parKea to Ihe rilspiitc, 'ctitclly through Iho Ihtcr- of ..Iho Bovernnicnt Last Ihy scftBlo'n the opcralSrs c'onsfintcd that c8mtriltt_ee' of 'the mrtnBgers phoutri-bo'sctectVd to racel fcrsonally. 4 flfmlJar'CbniiAillGQ of.tliu einpfoVeeB RnA.Lh'reo of.tHclr nuinbcr en-fo'jfSip'rcst.it-'li'ismI' 6d wero'-superlnlentlcDl McKlnnon o( Ihe .Torl'-Arlhiif F.leValor Comyanyj J, W. -frwln Ol.tho ConsolWafcd, W; Hiaihy '1 yany and hea.rt pjacii and Muir-' A! corrTmltlco of (hc'.erh; plfiycoa "llile morning ami Into aesslou at The j altendcd by X. Cromplon o( W.. 1.. IJcatr represenlftiB th5 (ICpartmunl ol Irado'.ah'd ctirflrnerco; D. .lonca, vlco'proglilerU' of :tha LonRshoremcn's Union; Clialrman Leslie, 11. noyrl, anil ComrnlSalonc'r J. P. Jonca of Iho Board Com- missioners. V Before Jho "mcelTnrf.cprniwcnecd, E, N. Crpmploh" and W. L'. Ueal eitreea- crl themselves as mdfc sanRulne of a setilcment being arrivod at: ?horlJy than, they, had licfiniaf flhy- freTlous of the ncgo'llaltons bul' It fa fission may (70 Jong vcrc wltliout success, "On ILo right bant of tho Mouse, A'ordun front) a more seriuua attack in our trenches In Ihe vlclnlly of Hill m resulted In a spirited comliaL Our oldJers drove back groups of Ihe eti- my whleli gained a fooling ID our ad- acced position. Our lino was re-cs- abllahcd entirely. "We made several snccosful incur- ilons In the ononiy trencbes, iouth of Julie Do SoueJu, Dorthwesl of Fayc- in-llayc and northwest of Itcfenvlllc. Our detachments ncnetratcct aa far aa he support line, destroying Q nuni- bcr of shelters and bringing pri- mers. "Tuero was intermltlent artillery Ightlng over-tho greater nart tlie "ront." Severely British Front In France and Del- glum, Ocl. Germans .suffered severely In Ihc Uritlsh aliack TJiu.e- Jiy and n along Ihc bailie front :asl aud oC Vpres showed "mnclreds of bodies araoug ho debris. At many places shell cra- Icrs ivero died dc-ad. Hero and lie re wcra wounded sometimes unj der a pile of coruses, .where the Drll- sh stretcher bearers had not been to reach them.' J r Along one section ot the Australian. front, a tbousaudvbodlcs were counted. A Itllle further south there an1' other lot oj 700. Some of these were prisoners ivho were making their, way bncki within the Rrillsli lines'''whan Iliey caugliL In Ilieir. owij antl hilled. One oflicer'of the Prus- sian Guards, wlio was Polygon Wood; said.that IJifllsb chcH Tiro dli" terrible havoc men'; Hold All Positions. Pritlsli Headquarters) in' Franfie, Oct. southern-extremity ot bailie lencJlng from the Jilgh- northward by Polder ho Covert, and' coc- tlniietl- lia _tltp; tbe'Gennivns were dcvotiLff most-al- lention: This sector lits bceri under extremely heavy enediy artillery firo Ihe British 'rusH-'stBrlerl yesterday. Today .tho. British were holding Elrongly to all gosltfona. aec: with the exception.of a few .advauccd a very, small area of the Reulel region where Iheydrew back" s'lfihlly alter a. third, German 'counter1 thrust. Ger- mans-massed for 'several .othor at- oil these were-.nipped 'Ti- the bud by artillery and machine gun tire. Wall Dun in._ The entire lino was remark- ably well dug In by morning despite the difficulties raleed by. the JlurrleB nf rain yesterday. The In lea I reports Indicate lhal Iliey have; llttla troubled by (lie enemy infantry al- though a heavy, bombardment Is be- Ing kept up by the German guns. I.atfl details confirm urller re- ports llial the Germans did not fight well most sections. In ninny plnces th'cy ran. The tafal prisoners who surrendered Ig great. "On one sector .of. Iho Anzac front they omountfltl lo inore than "flio Auslrians capturcn seven officers, Including; a bnttallon cpmniander, In one shell hole, and the Auzaca'also look Iivo. other battalion leaders. AL a point not far from Ihe Ypres-Honl- era railway an Australian officer sin- glQ-hantled look 31 Germans frofo a blockhoitae. In a sector to. tho north of Iho .nnfl other I'.rltiah troops who had fought together'before "jnade" a gala .occas- ion of Hie atlack. By special reqncet llicae veterans were Allowed side by side, and after a remark ably i forward "o their., ob- Ihpy were seen cicfiansins sduvonlra, hody -ot the'men went througli the German harrago hut caenaHles. In (ho battle about Pqelcapelle, Itowever, Ihcro was- conildaraWe sharp .work, .Six enemy ballalloas in. the front line suffered; from rifle and machine: eon fire.- Several, small counter Attacks were attempted by tho Germans In acclor, bul Ihey were -most. Inconsequential and they were hurled back. Sharp fight- ing 'occurred in Ihe .Juniper- Wood, south pf.TlpuLol. Tho Gerjnans ftlly 'Inimchcti a_'ihfnl assault ami forced the defending tlroops to way n little. Thlsr morning It ap- peared that Iho Drit.sh'JJne was vlr- lually that rcacliod yeslerdAy. It waa A purely locnl fight And did not affect (he general situation.- .On the northern wing Urn (forman atlock1 north of Qravcnstafel was-'smashed b jelly rester' day's fighting. Tho onemy reached Ihe 'Urltlah poslllon. Anolhef; drayn out. 6ra. flre becoming Imfrreisetl fadl.thil this Iho rnosl fecrioius. thai; (hfi i Donifnlon.fofa long Are becoming more vr a iubordlnalc Ihbir" the national (cmpt Just.gorlh of tho Yprea-iloufar.i railway was dealt with wiuld be fnlereatlng to HnnW.' what (he Oerman casualties have "been. Certainly Ihcy were. enormo'JS. Tlifl down Ilka rtillery Iha Germana wenldown Ilka lh.6 terrible artillery .flr DrJtljJi Runs. latest Indicate lhat the Hrillsh casualt.es, were arllllery had cleartJ iva> ec, Lh6f' oiighly thai Iho infatilry' had' fbirtJ HUlc. la log Ihcfr bbjccUvei. ;