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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 13, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta VOUIMR X. iE. SATUUDAY. OCTODKH 13, 1017 XU.MDER 257 CARVELL IN GOVERNMENT-STEWART PREMIER OF ALBERTA Hints at Heavy Hun Losses Copenhagen, Ocl. unmls- battle Ihcy have been BO great as to He Gefa Cold Reception in the But. Adjournment Taken WilhW Action ANGUY AT MUTINY BEING EXPOSED Copenhagen. Oct. German relehslnK- adjourned leaving behind U a laleat crisis wlilcli vioUllcal ob- zervcrs bellovo will lead, cooner or later, to the. retirement of Dr. Mich- Hells tlio chancollor, without a lowing. Although other parlies aro less adlvely in opposition lo Dr. Mick-jells tuau the Socialists, not voice has, bcea raised against the VorsrscrU ".Mlclmclls must EO." takcable Intimation o[ great losses sustained by the Germans In lliclr at- tempts lo item the Drlllsh attacks Is coaUJned. ID the lijesl comment of .leut. Cien. Ardeniie, military critic o( tho Tageblall, of Berlin, on he Flanders campaign. Ife refers lo tho German losses at Mars-La-Tour and Gravelelte In the Franco-Prus- sian var, averaging, flve-siilbs ot (he officers and one-third of the'men of the Guard ant! .Brandenburg regi- ments' engaged, as classic examples In German military history o! cilra- onUnary casualties goffered without affecting tlio morale ol the troops. The general llien Iheso losses ollcn 'are far exceeded la Hie present war, and tliat In the third Flanders Induce the military authorities to abandon tho usual, rule of iiol referr- ing to them, feeling that the sacri- fices of Prince nupprechl's troops have been such as to 'eutlllo them to extraordinary lhauts of the fallier- land. General Ardcnne-' pays, a grudging and belated Irlbulo lo the achieve- ments of tbc Urltlsb tanks which, ac- cording lo his verdict, though quick victims to the German field arlllhry' under good visibility, are able to do- liver a most effective flra from their machine guns whenever they are able to approach the Infan- try lines under cover of a curtain of smoke or gas waves and arc not to bo taken Uglify. White Sox Take Fifth Game; Now' Leading in Series New York Chicago FINAL SCORE ...........5 a Recent arrivals from Berlin report lliat current gossip there Is that jiichaells can scarcely last a month. Tho chancellor's L Inn tier In springing the disclosures of naval plot, against which, according lo the National Zcilung, ho was Ktronsly Advised, anil his lallurc to make headway against the relctistag ma- jority appear 16 Iiavc lost htm Uie Conservative und pan-German sup- port. Other parlies, including oven (Lo Nationalists, arc milled In open condemnation of Ills actions regard- Ing tlio naval plot. It is charged tliat the chancellor showed not only a lamentable lack of political acumen but Ills act also resulted In tlio re JiBbllllatlon ol the rarilcal Socialists to, a consTdenililC: degree, The iilmblghl of the government- Iho effect of the navel plot by Ihc Vorwaerls in "an: Interesting revelation that.lhu ccllor'f 'telegraph _ tb''riaTvspapcr despatches (he'authorities were consider- Irtg Iri.whlcli lorra the and 'Admiral Von Capelle coiild be lelesranhedvabroad. The-speeches at tho concluding session of the reichslag must bo read' in a llgal.of the expectation that the dfiys'of Mlcliaells-are fipecch of the Jlfldlcal deputy llauss- Tnnnn contained passages Intended to launch the candidacy of Prince Voh Comlskey Park, Chicago, OcL. Ballerles: A'oiv and Harj- dcu. Cnicago. Russell and Schalk. _ Umpire O'Loighltn decisions behind tfio plate; Klem fll Yirai; Rig- ler at-second and Evans at third. The batting order seal early In the days Is correct eicept that Thorpe-will play right field Instead ot RoucrUou, First Inning Giants: Burns up; ball -one; bell two; ball three; Burns wnlked on fryif pitched balls. Ilerzog up; ball one; slrlke one; Hcrzoj Blngletl Hums dashed to thlril.- Cicotte and tiow warming up. Kauff up; Burns scbroU on Kauft's two bagger to the right field fence, Herzoj; going o third. Zimmerman up; Russell was taken from Hie box and. CIcblte was sent In. Clcotle- had only a few sec- onds to warm up before taking tbe v SUPPORTS THE NRW UNION GOVERNMENT v Medicine Hat, Oliver Doyd, Liberal candidate In Medicine Hat, has announc- cd hiaiscll a supporter of IJic new union government. He has always been an advocate or the military service act. No one ha3 been, placed in tlic field' him. v Buelow, la still being pressed Ha rJgproiisry as possible, Gnslavc Siresseman ol the Nat- ional liberal party; Count Von Wcsl- QTp of Iho Conservatives and Stgfricd llcckslibr oE .the Had leal parly, folloiverj of Von Huclow, InunodJale- ]y roso to-defend the former Imperial whom they had endeav- ored .unsuccessfully to hare chosen as" successor of Von Ilclnmann- H oil wag. The candidacy or Von IJucknv was killed at that tlmo by the opposition ol Iho majority Socialists, who ivera then.regarded as-a govern men I parly whose support wa (COXTJNTJED ON-FAOE 5) London, OclMi3. The-Gemini have landed troops on tie Islands of and Dago Gjatt ot'Rlga, according to Pclrograd. M- v Ocsel and Dago IsUndi'ire entrance ot tbe Gait ot and pro- vide easy access io Ihe zaaJalacd over small Intermedlate-lElKnda: They are oft the coast of .theRussian province of Eslhonla, Oeael Island IB miles north ol Riga" which tbe Germans cap- tured recently... Tho landing man troops In EathoTiln would threBl- c'n the outflanking or (be Russian line and'probably compel'a'retreat on a wide section ot the front, It Indeed It did not open the way It- self. A railway line follows the coast Tighling Frinit" Is Now In CoaHtip'jr-PorLf olios' Switch- Gets Big One SIFTON MAY RUN -IN BENNETTS SEAT More-Evidence Suk Failure Amsterdam. Ocl. Admiral Von Capelle, Itio Gorman minister of marine bee resigned according lo tho Frankfurter Zeilung. Gladly Received Oct. of Iho resignation of Vlcc-Admlral Von Cap- die German minister ot marine vras gladly In Wciiiloglon laH eight, bccauseMl was Interpreted zs another proof of the failure ot the German submarine campaign. 11 has bern expected for some time that. Von Capelle would lose bis olflcla. head because of the failure ol tbe German submarines to starve and bring England to her knees before the cod of Iho summer. APPLICATION BY ALBEHTA HAY GROWERS REFUSED Ocl. The rail- >vay board, in a Judgment glv- en out today, declines Lo grant v the application ot Iho South- released J tho Itlr and mlW, 4 vfce." V.--. W-'-f. I'ertlsbii, iind '.rj sumption, of rccnilllng-efloTtijIfJcon-. troops and pioneers. They were" scriptlun is iicEatlvcd.'.rThla hy our artillery fire and .'lha lhaf Iho Opcrallon Ol Our hiacblno guns. rThtao At-; ylco act would pending a refer- rcaullcd' In lively engagement! bnrfum even If i pdrlltfrt of Ihb'rfa which clearly showed onf flf'il draftof lOO.WSO-WBre calkd (o the, erlorlly. The enemy left len prl-v oolorn before Ihe -jn onr-honds.- The "erieBiF'f ably be (he rise. Not'many made heavy." V r-' _ _ ovtal Quebec will tfanhly support YUKON PUBLISHER DEAD en, however Ihfe'lhfilxti flarlld- Sir .Wilfrid ;la..nol ahlrf'lo form in adffllnfstratfdn of flfa own, ho will Be ft friendly and.helpfuljcrftlc of mn, ui MID the tinlon government '.In! Record measures, except (hey-'con-Ilfospltfll.. ..'He wai- bin, Din-son, Y, T., .Ocl, n, publisher of the Ruhr ;