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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 11, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta yOI.UMIi X. LE'HIBHIDUK. ALHiiHTA, -TIlllNSDAY, OCTOBER- 11. 1917 NUMUKR 255- COALITION ASSURED-GIANTS TAKE 4TH GAME 1 PEOPLE Army to be Brought Up to Full Won't Be Moved GEN. KORNILOFF WAS LOYAL TO KERENSKY new Tlus- hlaD government, in a declaration to- day reffiirdliiff Its purtlcJpatforTJri the forthcoming allied conferQnce aays that while discussing (lue'allona con- nected-ultk the common war, the Russian rcpreEcotatlvee will seek to reach an understanding will] the sr. o? llie prtoclplea proclaimed by the revolutionary gov- ernments at Us Inception. "The IL adds, "will whole strength Ib support cf Iho coni'moii" cause of tho alltes, Lo defend the country, lo oppose every attempt at the conquest of lerrltprr1 ol oilier nallona nnd every attempt to Impose tho will ol others on Hug Mcanwhilc'lue govcrnmcDt will lake steps lo bring His army to jt5 highest fighting power to realoro economic and social LranautUly lo the country The naw coalition cabinet, including four mem tiers ol Kthe Constitutional Democrallc parly and OLIQ tndcpcnd ent, seems to liava met TT.UI the ap- .jirayarof (lie Pclrograd press except the Itarfital Xoralft Nlslilu which Is pro-Gerinan, "In addition lo carrying ouL an ac live foreign policy Iho new Govern- ment will JSFUC an olliclal stalciucnl declaring that (lie acrJous Internal dJf flciilly of-Russfa Is due chiefly Lo the Korniloff rebellion. The new govern incut pledges'that Ha Imeinoia acts will be on Ihe.basis ot agreements tu representatives ot 'llio geolseV' the tax-paying elements, anc the revolutionary democracy'. It points out lliat the success of the program is possible Ihe Tub .government's statement In con elusion says Lhat It-has three princl pal almsr''' Tn rnise'lfce .fifflillnj power, of Ihe armies and Navies. To bring order lo the country b; fighting anarchy. To call, the constituent assembly aa' possible. power or the nuselan army, It Is declared, the O WONT GRAKT( EXTRADITION Homo, OcL long conaldcrallon tho Italian-gov- eminent has decided not to granl (he oi trad It Ion al Al- fredo Cocchl, who killed Kutb Cruger In Nw York. WILL mm Sydney, .N. S., Oct. Con (roller Mograth Invest I gate tlif :roublc between the Ncfya Scotia stec and coal com piny and Its al Sydney Blinds and the request of he men that they given a tul eck'B work. This atalenient was iiado by Jajiiea 13. McLaugbllu, aecrc anit trcaeurer of the miners Nova Scotia, who has recelv qjl.a lolegrara from Patterson deputy luel controller, to that effect PlOUEDTOBllUP government follow the demo- cratic principles already promulgated by the minister. The declara- tion says: "The rigorous selection for high, command or men. whoa o technical capacity Is equal to all the demands. of modern warfare" and iyho at the saino ttmc arc ilcvtilcd lo the repub- lic, B.S well as to tha close collabora- tion ol Iho'htjjli command the naval and mllilnry organlzatlona hotli al the front and In tlio rear, Tirlll con- tho Lasts" of the reorganization o[ Ihe army." Tho gpvernmenL's statement ex- plains al length the civil nnrt military programs and- appeals tor national Fsari Subside. Pelrogradf Oct. With Iho an- nouncement, ot (lib now cabinet comes the statement emanating From a" gov- ernment source, (hot preparations for tho removal of the government lo M 03 have been a topped, as there Is 110 prospect that such removal will DO necessary In the near future. No reason Tor Hio abandonment' ol Hie evacuation plan Is forthcomlngr New Arrests Made in New Yorl Unearth Siill Another i Plot New York, Oct. 'mei charged wllli conspiring to blow elilns In the New York harbor -placed 'imder' .mest here' "'la's ntght by membere'-of iquad." The prisoners are Euxoii' Relitir, 32 .Tein l rebLauran 'Joseph ziiffert, 37 year old, a printer, Uhde, 3 years old, B" I'.Lhotrapher, tThde ier er has been naturalized.: The'othc two are American citizens. conspiracy In which the (hre rnen were Involved, accordlTJg to th police was responsible for Ihe di slrucLlon by and fires of (5 .worth ol ships and cargoes. "The chief allege Captain Tunney ;ot'the bomb srvnad "wero Dr.., Karl Scnlmjnei, who capcd lo Buenos Aires aud later mad MB way to Rotterdam, Captain Fran Von nintelcn, already cba'rfctett o conspiracy, Captala. 'OLLo TVolper superintendent of the Alias Line pie who Is now" under. bill, Cap tain Zcrnberff, an aide Rtnli leri, wlio Walter ,T. Scheeli a chemist, and the three men. undo arrest. Telegraphic Briefs GRAIN MOVING NOW j Fort William, Ont., Oct. as loaded at the like front yealerdey bushels, and as the result rapid unloadlngtlho accumulations arli'g tbo strike wcro practically leaned up by Eli o'clock. AVERT COAL FAMINE i Washington, Oct. 11. A general ontercnco of tho country's coal opcra- ors al Plttsbure, October 23, lias beoa ailed by D, A. Morrow, secretary of national coal association, for the mrpose. It was announced, ot helping ho fuel administration a coal auiluc. JOINS INDEPENDENTS Amsterdam, Oct. Simon deputy In the German rclchslag, bas ert IheT majority Socialist party to oln tho Independent eays ID International Korrcspondcz. Four ther deputies, It adds, are expected tako similar action. Three of the our are Edmoni] Flscu r, and llerr Huge! of Bayreuth. 1 IBM ALLIES Unlimited Facilities For Sup plies and Recruiting of Skilled Labor eWrih Oct. Chinese gov- ernment, replying to llii represents. Ivcs of llio entente allies concerning China's entry into the Ihante the alllej for Ihe postnonmenL of Ihe pay 11 ent of the Boxer Indemnity, Ihe re- Islon of the Boxer proctocol and the revision of I. he-customs tariff. China promises to give facilities for in limited supplies for the allies and 'or Iho rccruillnff of skilled labor. Sha wIM observe the strictest control enemy subjects, will prohibit any pos with the enemy, and per mlt posts vacated In the Eovernier. service lo be filled by the allies. The reply--txya inierKal' 'disturb be quelled, thus'allowing a' lied, commerce to proceed without la Urrupllon. Enemy shipping, ciccorc Jjig-'la, the reply can be rechartcreri from present charterers, bul en emy concessions must be controlled by China. C. P. R. EARNINGS Montreal, Oct. Pacli tc Railway earnings for the weekend Ing .October 7, dccreas' FRENCH REPULSED STRONG ATTACKS Tarls, Oct. II.---The Freaclr defeated a German attempt lo recapture ground taken in tUe French offensive) In Belgium thla vreok, the war office announces. On the Ver- dun Trout Ito Oermana broto Iclo advanced French poEltlons but ivero repulsed alter a spir- ited engagement. British Statement London, Oct. stale- mcbt Issued today the BrIL Ish war ofllco regarding mill tary operations oij tbo battle Iron I In France aud Delgluoij says: "There was a heavy ralu Ia6l'night Tho artd- lery shGvred consldcrabte ac-" during the ulght of Passachcudaele. Other- wise there was nothing ot special Interest, (o report." I- v Regina, Oct. ate telegraph despatches to the Poet, IhH morning fso.ii a source In close touch the political situation at OtUwi state that the western Liberal cabinet arrange- ments completed and that announcement In regard- to the union povernment Is being de- layed pending the decision of Premier Murray-'of Nova Scptta. The stated t.'rst ful tonsurnmatloji of the long Was practically as- sured, j Soon Ottawa, Ocl. look tig to tho formation of a union govern menl arc approaching (he stage of. fin allly. Hon. J.'A'.'Calder slatctl this morning that the dellberallons wLlch have agitated tbpcapfUl and the cauiif olaiement Alsace Only Bar to Means Yielding of Belgium .ry for past arc likely to be tcriuinatcdv.bglore Saturday. He said nothing which'-would definitely in-1 llcalc bis belief cither la Ihclr EUC- icss or fallurel The Impression ap-1 icared lo he sLrotiger. today, how Jiat a basis of BErecmenl will ,_, wblcl will. lead la [bo inclu-l V iter 1 Oct. ll.-rDurinff (he de- kg bale In the relclistar; yesterday, Den French Loss Paris, CcL French steamers of more than tons ivere sunk by mines or submarines during tho ivcek end Lag October 7. Two vessels ot loss tban l.COO tons were lost and eight ships vero at- tached' success. Six fishing boats were sunk. Italian Lass. Home, Oct. all seas last two Italian- steamers of moro than tons and two vessels of less than. tons were sunk by submarines. One salllug rcssel of moro than 100 tons also was lost. One and one salllug vessel wero attacked TrUhout result. Norwegians Lose None. London, Oct. one Xorweg- lan ship was sunk laet week by Ger- man submarines for the first tltno In more than a year, according Co dispatch to the Morning-Foal from Chrlsllanla. The Tldcnu Tcgn ot Chrlatlanla prints a dlagriui pur- porting lo show' that Norwegian, sinking's have decreased as the effic- iency of the allies In dealing vrlth submarines has increased. sion of a number Liberals In the cabinet. YesterrtnV afternoon the idea got abroad thp.t negotiations would declaration of Dr. Von Kuehliuaun, tho foreign apart from Alsace-Lorraine, there was no'bar to Drove to be successful, but following tonlinmiaU further last night and that Bclglui tonlmQunt rto a dellnllc UQ. hould bo giv- day, Hiose ,union llpi menl arc more'-.'optimistic. It la ap-1 'TllaL should ba heralded rorlh to parent Uiat strong opposition to union I a" tbc dcniKy added, comes from 'oath political' camps' anrll Guatnv StVessmami, a National Lib- street eosslpycreiitls some ministers eral, sald_ ho .would not oppose'ft re- o[ the crbvn'ivlip would'remain In a coalition cahlneLyKilh a" desire to re- iUn la tfrf erent of top many cbn'ces duclion of but ho thiught tbal dtsarraaincnt hardly Avas practic- al-politics. slons oeine the Liberals. -from, would Ti'ot undertake.lo dls- liad little to say, as Is bis custom, but arm aml Itojieil.tlial. Ton liiiejilmann a GbrraiiBfXans onBht lo have made clear -that A: E. Ives Selb Rflnch at'Milk 'River I.. U peacock' x IntlmatcA that Ills had been pleasant HOD'. Georce Murray, premier ol Nova Scotia, who was expected to ar- rlve'in the .capital at noon, missed a train and wlll.'not ibe. hjre until-to- nlghl. Al 1 o'clock it was stated that no definite action was likely to be taken pending; the arrival oC Premier Murray, who Is accompanied by A. K. MacLean. liart not tied himseU lo yielding up Dclgiuui. First Class To Be Called Saturday; No Choice Then Winnipeg, Ocl. in class one under llie Military Ser- vice Act have jusl Uvo more days in whicli they can enlist in any branch of llie service Ihey desire. From Salurdiiy Hie dale llie proclanialion will be issued, Ihe jovcrniiicnl has decided lo forbid llie citlisLinciil ot men called up, except in llio Roynl Flying Corps or (he Caniidinn Navy. 'Consequently, beginning nexl week ,all single men bclwcen (he ages of 20 ami 31, wlio will be draffcd for niililary sers-icc, will given no option as to what branch of service Ihey will go inlo.- Ottawa, Oct. ippoinlment of O'Connor, K.C., it general elecUons, has lo council.and be con- firmed. Mr.x.p'Conlwr will recelTJ Ibe from botS Ciuda and oversell, which, together, will deride the constit- uency. The- ormeA't' Ukoa In France Kill M it the. oillce of the Cuwllu'-.': ComnlMloMr In Pirle, reeorfed In England wBI W M'lbe otrke' of the hlfh oyBinuiiHoMr fcjrv properly conetlliited reiulla will then vOKtA ffneril re- turn lot oflMr rto.wfll itnnonncc the dual reiwt. In M MDitltaencIes where the reevlt home Tothig Is doe> .the.election will IM In ontlrthr relurns are It Is Eonerallyj assumed that Ibo 1m- returning offljer for tbe Dominion proverticnc In tho political ouUook JB tho cause. Fears for tho safety of Potrogrnd as a result of Iho capture by the Germans of RtEa, have subald- Tlio visit of Iho rilnlslers to the army .stalf >iaa ns ono of Its objects the reform of, tlio personnel of .tho nnil possibly Its removal elsc- Premier Kcrcniky, It Is- said, will a slop for the purpose' of TlsHlpR (leu. Komilofl who Is repott- ed to bo 111. Kornlloff Wai Loyal. London, Ocf. Tlmoa saya: Accounts of tho Kornlloff move- ment hitherto have been entirely cno- Billed. No word has reached tola counlry except through chaiij-ils un- def control of Pctrograd. Wo are ablo lo place before- our readers an Interesting document, namely, the or- der ot the day to tho nrmy on-Sep- 15 which gives Kornllolf's version ot flomo ovonts attended wllh the Movement., In this document Kornlloff gives Ms reply to mint, If not all tho diar- ies lUal havo boen hroucht against him. lie merely Intemlod (o conconirato four cavalry on (o crush threatened uprisings planned lo nroclnlm nolshovIM Krmlsllce and Conclude a.elitmcfui separate peace. When-Korniiofi realized inat: and could no !orf- Ker help th4 country, he surrendered himself-to Keren-iky with whom, he had beep willing to loyally cooperate In the country's caiise. lln Is still forts have not been all in vain. Tho formation of a coalition, ciblncl on hy hfm may re- i Mvvomont. WAR ZONE Wiehlnjlon, .Oct. '11. American sailing Teasels yMterrtny. 'wero (or bid ilcii hy tho Lo tnU (or fiio wsr inns. A c{ French iov- rerneMiiljtlTti Ihat ehtp3 peniilltcd lo clear was all such craft were Slre'clcd (o thtlr tyits tar transfer (o stetmirt soon lo lio conn ell recently 16 lamis'nii (urlh cr llccnsci for shlpinetils i'.fo ttw Tfsltls ami Iho rl.ifc Insurance ions nJ nu'lnillrncf" result of Ma Unit hita denied InitiMMt-'la soch ships. Exempt'n Boards Complete Ottawa, Ont., Oct. rlbunalH for the provinces of Alberta and British Columbia were released [or publication by the department of Jnallce, this-afternoon. In the sab- Joined Hit they arc Elver, by Judicial districts, the flrfll name being tho choice of the district court judge and Ibe second that-of Ihe board of'selec- tion: t Utbbrldge Dlitrlcl, G. Miller, R. A, W. A. Po'llock, W. U JohnionT H. Smith, Hesketh. I. F. Rowlani. N. Darker, W, 0. Smith., K. P. Conybeare, W. Symonds. T. Wlllord, T. Henilor- son. 'Bow H. Iloborlon, U. II, Jo'nnslon. F. Coffin. J. II, Donahoe, J. D. Milk Bruce, F. 0. Smllh. Bennlon, H. W. Brad- Mid tod District. .M. Olendonnlng, J. Jlldire Me- Mr. rincher H. Sliunton, T. il. Scott.. Cameron, W. Ool- Rev. W. K. McNlren. V G. Hit DMrltl. C, Shepherd, :H. M. Courtney, J. J, Jackson. Medicine Green, J. C. Hutchlnaon, J. W. CU'rkson. Armstrong, (no nom. (nations by Paul. K. R, R. Lelri bridge labor men passed a res- olution urging the appointment of a Iibor man to (he local tribunal and H Is not surprising that' Mr. Symoilds was named because Premier 'Gordon declared thai he was In. sympathy vrlLh Ihe Idea lhal labor; should ho represented on tribunals, Sym- K Biijifiortcr ot tho Mllltnry HcrTice Act nnd the measure Is cer- tain recede fair tul- inlnlstrntlon from the members of Llio ge Irlbunal, 0. T, EARNINGS Montreal, Oct. Grand Trunk rnllwftr traffic, earnings from October 1 lo 7 were last year increase CLEARINGS. Hoover Powers From Musi Have License Two big ranch deals hftrc just been 'completed ID which LethLrldRc me are Jnferestcd, A. E. Ives baa sold on his ranch near Milk being a portion of the Burns' I Harris, or Milk lUver. This 'includes horses, caUle and all the ranch equip mcnl- J. L. Peacock, the well known sheep mau.'has ]ust completed n deal where ho becomes the owner of the big Hallam. ranch on tho lied Deer River north of Jenner. Tills .deal Involve in the neighborhood pg Peacock also owns -a ranch north, Medtcino Hat. but spends most of lit lime In Lclhbridge, the centre of hi sheep business. ashincton, Ocl. machin- ery or the food administration ivas set .n motion today to'completc prepara- :tong for government control "Ly No- vember 1 ol Lwenly ot Aracrica's prin clpal foodslufTs. Aiithorily lo Assume provision orer the leading arUcles of diet Is vested in Herbert Hoover by a crocjamalion of President Wilson ssued last nfglit-. Under Ihe terms'of order licenses will be required for the manufacture, storage ttor. or bread, meals, potatoes, butler, and dairy products, canned foods, rice, staple vegetables and other stipulated commodities. Far- mers and small dealers arc specially exempted. Decision to exltml food control 'to the .foodstuffs mentioned was founded on a rtoiRrmlnallon lo prc vent 'unusual profits and eliminate hoarding and speculation. Ottawa, Ocl. An official nole will ho published throughout the Un- ited Slates on Saturday c.illlne MIC at- tention of Canadians' to the first cnll under the Military Service Act All British subjects, who .have resided in Canada slnco the ilccfnration of war nnd arc of military ngO aro-llnblo to military service under -the -act; nnd the notice will call the attention of Punishment Dealt Mu, lirieers in German Navy, Who Seized Warships REAT SENSATION IN KEICHSTAG OVER REVOLT Dernc, Oct. natmllzed Ara- rlcan cltlzeo of'German birth, who scaped to Switzerland from a Ger- ifln seaport in order to avoid mlll- ary service as the Germans refnsed recognize the legality of his nat- rnllzatlon, declared lo Ihe Assoclat- d PreEE today that the eveals to vblch Admiral Von Capelle referred, estcrday In the Rdchstig Incluco lie sailor of pany ships dismounted -fun) threw guns iverboard, eaiaulted officers and re) to obey orders. The mutineers, 10 said, wore (illicitly checked and a majority of them were ahot. f Though the movement wai ntlre- y suppressed, it the ilssatlsfactlon in'the bid a nowise .subdued.. jatd he hid- rlBlte'd many eeapofta andTconveraed with the.sailors and, hat he voi a-irare of the mutinous'- .plrlt of Uic men before the rumors ot dlEsatlsfactlbn began to tprizA. added that the movement not imlted to fhe navy, but that il fiour- shcd In certain regiments, 1ft which, mutinies have occurred. A Wild Sc.ndjl HoHorJaui, Oct. state- luouls ot Vice-Admlral Von Capelie) [he German minister of marine, hare turned the rctchstag Into a theatre of the. wildest, scandal, says tbe VoTV waerts, dlscoEalng the eipMUre. pi} mutinies within fho German nivr.' Tbe Socialist newspaper adds .that there Is no shadow of proof that iny. deputies were Eulllv ot'Illegal Iri c'qnne_ctlpn. wllh..lhe inutLay. rh'e-" Vos'sIacHe; 3- attack on the iallsts as 3. deplorable and rillegal trick on'the port of the goreramenL-' TheThe Tageblatt contends .that-.It the believes lliat the Indc-v iiendenl Socialists are. guilty, thoy must be handed over to the court. The KoctnlEche Zeitung expresses siirprige that the government It had such strong proofs-of gain against threo persons suspected of ..___jn did not ask the consent ot the reichstag lo take No relchslag would bare been ablo to refuse consent." newspaper complains that the. treatment of the affair In the. relch-- will'be explained abroad to Ih0' disadvantage of'Germany. Want Punishment Amsterdam, Oct. glilKy' ot complicity In the plot to paralyze' tbe German navy through mutinies' should bc'handlcd.wlth Iron severity; says the Khelnliche Zeitung of Essen. It iifda: VThey are liable to death penally.'' Thnnh God Llcbknechl, (the Cerrun Socialist leader now In prison) was properly dealt with and In the present case thcro can be only 'similar REVOLT IN TURKESTAN- HAS BEEN SUPPRESSED .Oct. dispatch reaching here from Taankcnl, capital of aars a detach- mcnt of troops under General Korov: nllchenkb has flrrlvcd hcre'and occu- pied "Mnerty Iho hcadciuart- era' of the local anrt sold- iers' delegate's, Tho rebels ar- resled, together with the Kovcrnor (hey had nomlnclcd. Canadians resident nils io thin provision. Ihe flrsl class Is not techni- cally called up till the official procla- mation Is published throughout, the Dominion on Saturday, (he. medical i boards are everywhere vrorkinjc to Llie limit. Up lo the week. ending Ocloter 6, llierc had. been men examin- ed, of whom 'were placed "In rncrltc-i? category men" qualified from the medical point qf-vlew for general service overseas. .Last, week alone thcro exATnlnnlions. Tho Toronto mllltap'" district heftded the list In the number of London came second, with MonlreaV a close third. WINTER mm AT Giants Take Fourth, 5ty Series Now Stands Even Increase 1 TI; Jef cent. WEATHttl HfCW. ;M Polo Grounds, I'orlt, Oct. Tho New York (Hants ovor tUe ChlcaEO While Sox today by a' score of 5 lo 0 and the KorTd'a series now stindj A even, both clubs linr- ITCO garacs each. Ferdinand Schupp, Iho Glume' loulhpnir, dup- HcAted Rube TJenlon'e per- forniAiica of yesterday, by plastering 1 tho Anierlcsiir ihanipionj if iih a iccoiiG vrnltcwnen. ..B4nny troko (nil In a rush durlnx "the'game, home "T- Batteries .today nre; New Schupp KM Rarldcn. Chicago, Kobe'r Schilk., The baiting order gent earlier to- >s correct tiicept Fnbcr will pitch nnd Jotin'Colltns will piaf Held and.-ViitooD. lefl Held, bul will, but tn tho.ordnj BB sent. Iho play the Glantsyasaem- bled .at second base and each man Sldi a. ot the allies and Ihe ed Stales, marched toward' the plnle while tho hand "My iounlry Tla of I Flral Innlnj. The GlanlB' supporters rose, en niaaso and IJIVB 'venl' to proloaced clieers as. tho OlantB rah 6nlo. the Held. The crowd vaa not il large as yesterday 'and there worb rain? Mfc ant apc-13 Jn Ihe oultleU.feletchers is the plale tar Ih9 Soi, Collins op-.strike one; foul., strike tooK John ColllDS' ftountet and thre Snow at' NVinnipeg and CMher Poinls, But Warm Sjin- shine In Other points ID the weet are wrlenrjnff _rplnler weather (pdaV, but -elhhrldgc' basks In. a .warm- Indian, sum'mer sun. ..The weather here was cold (And hinting of. snow yesterday, but .the.sun came .putTigaln and the. temperature'-.rose. Winnipeg. Winnipeg, Oct.1 accom- panied'by a high wind, fell In Wlnnl-' pet early, this morning. Ten degrees of froAl wor'o registered today and it. teven, o'clock In the momlug a 2S mllo'an' hour wind waa blowing. "Alii .Moose Jaw, ter set In this morning In real earn- est, the temperature falling (o IS greed above zero at six o'clock.' Saskatoon, Sask., Oct. high n heavy f'ost made Sas- katoon shiver last night for the first, lime Ibis fall, The'thermometer fell: to E.I durlnj IKe nfght, anil had not risen above n The north- .West wind, with an average velocltr of 1S.SJ attained hilles an a naxlinum. 61'. 26 iv.iY.f'" RED AHNlfAt'.. ,4 MemWs al UA'-'-llMl, Ullibi Mge biueij; in. "nmlat-.f. efl of the efonlrig IB (Ve'-'boircl at.tmtt.'-i room's, ropcrls .will ,W autmltlrt and offlcors elected, 7. ;