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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 16, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta 'iVOLUME X. ALBIiHTA, Tl.'KSDAY. OCTOHEIl NCJ1BKH 259 MANY ASK EXEMPTION-NEW CABINET IS NOT YET NAMED Huns Made Another Futile At- tempi on Verdun JJriiish Front Quiet Paris, Out German attack on the Verdun front lusl niRhl was re- pulsed by the French, li Is announced officially. Tlio follows: "On tlio_A.5DO front tho arlillt'ry ffeliting wns less Intense. niudc two suc- cessful attacks on (he German lines, one east of ILIicluis, the oilier In the Argonuo, in the rcyion of Jioureullles. Our dc.achruents destroyed numerous shelters and brought hack prisoners. "On led bank of (he Mouse (Verdun front) wo repulsed n German nttack north ot Hill 301, "On iliu right bank of the river tho artillery righting era In (ho sector north of Quirlcrcs Wond. Everywhere'1 else, the nlglit was calm, "Gorman' aviators bombs last nlglil hi tho region of Dunkirk. There wero no victims, and no ma- terial damage was caused." Successful Raid. London, Ocl, "Northweal of Ilullccoiirt early ihU" morning Iilsh troops carried out a successful eays today's announcement, "The enemy's artillery showed con- siderable activity during the night.In the neighborhood of the Vprcs- SI ail en "railway." f ftoble -Sell'si Portion of Barons to Town, For New Record Price Return Alsace-Lorraine to France is Vital to Peaqe l.onilon, Oct.' editor of the Amsterdam Tclcgraaf la a letter to iLe Times writes: "The German foreign secretary could liurilly throw over the Imperial master who diclared In August, 1SSS, a few mui.llis after his nci-CFslou to the Lhroiie, 'we should rather sacrifice on the battlefield IS army corpi and In habitants (bait (o give up a single slcrifl of what wtt won.' v "These ivords were uttered In pull I c by I.ahc.izollcm at Slrassburg In regard to the territory robbed from France which Kudi.inann called a glorious Inheritance. It IB glorious only because of the >nfneril wealth or Alaace-Lcrralno, which enabled Germany to prcparo herself for the present war. Without that mineral wealth would be In great .difficulty lo prtjmrc for another war. Therefore, apart from Justice and right, the return ol these two provinces lo France iilll he f jud- amcDtal security foi1 future peace." Large Percentage First Class Is Applying for Exemption Word was received by J. R. Oliver this morning -from head- quarters of lh; military district that the medical board lo make eaamlhatitmi ,of men under the fret draft, In LethbricfQe on Monday, October 22nd. There- was no great rush for exemp- tion papers tod Ay mid Lhe authori- ties arc not cipectliig any move- ment out ot the ordinary, until nearer November Itith, after ivhlch dale np- plications for cicmpllon from y service will not he received. Thero Is every -Indication, however, Hint llicrc will be B big rush on Monday when ibc medical hoard will Ell. Many men, who feel Ihey have no reason for asking exemption from service are walling lo hear the result of medical examination before sign- Inc for service.. Many.Claim Exemption Canary. Ocl.'lG.TTOut.of a tolal of itlij- report forms received so .far by (lie Alberta regisirar, J.- Carson, -131 are claims and; So're- ports for service. Two Medical Boardi ;nbw on Iwo medical hoards are expected'lo'si L in Calgary daily lo cope wHh Ihft rush o( applicants for .ezauilnatioii under the Military. SerYlceTAci..Similar, arrange- ments are. being made; lor Edmonton, BIG SHUFFLE IN CABINET Copenhagen, OcL Mar- lial Von llindchburg' and Ren. Von Ludendort have received leaders of he German trades unions, who laid efore them complaints against the emulations Issued bv Ocparlmeot cads of the army limiting, or In some ases paralyzing the freedom ol action f the unions. The outcome of the onfcreuce has not announced but the Vorwaerla of Ucrlln hcllcves A record price for southern Albert 1 farm lands was established ycslcrda; I nt Barons, when a was complete whereby Uic. Noble Foundation' sold that portion of Its Darons farm lying ivcst of UIB railway tracli, lo Mr. A. i Veraluys, of Darons, for ?tjl> an acre. J Ths Iract 340 acres lying close to llio town of Uarons, nntl In- eludes the- farm buildings which- arc J valued al some thousands o[ dollars. f! The lolal amount involved Ih tho deal J la close lo Harris ami Co., of s'olblci'ord, concluded the deal. The price ot is a record oncr'ftnd Htbe fad thai the record prlco ncrclo- 1 fore, nfirnclj" ?Cj: nn acre, Js also licld j by Ihc Barons district, speaks well for B that section of Ibe country. Tho rcc- (COXTINDED 6) Finance Minisier White Has Ar- ranged lo Finance Cann- rihm Wheat Crop onl of s lumlc some time ago in in deal put through by Grant and Molr, (of Tho 340 aero tract Just sold Is all In j iu mm erf allow save wlilch, is llsown lo winter rye. .Mr. Noble sfafca I IhaL tho value of the Inr.d Ta largely B due lo tho proximity lo tho town o[ ANTI-PEACE PROPAGANDA Coponhaycn, Oct. a IllIiiMirnrlan Socialist newspapers rlan hen _ cclved hero report IhaL an nl'.cmpl ty million Hollars and ._ _ llia.s IJCOM made In slart an ajtll-pcacc B IJTOpagnnila In Hungary. The, propa- Jjganila la laid lo tho Krupp nnd allied Interests anil Iwo million marks arc (0 have hccn'set aside lo cstnb- a new.inapcr Iri Duclnncst to carry on the propaganda by mcnna of.'mov- IlliiB plciurca. Ottan-n, OcL The o finance announced'. loHKc .presa toda> IhaL Uic Hnanclng of surplus of Lhe Canadian wheaL crop of tlila year has- satisfactorily nr ranged. ThJa aimpunccmeni follo'vs upon Ihc conference, recently hclt here between Loril'Heallng1, ITIR fhR impcrlRl governmcril, the minion eovcrnmoiit'RTid tho exccutlvn omccrs of the Canadian Bankers' as social! on. Since this conference, the mailer has been under further ncgdtl nllor.g wltli Ivord ReArllng through Ih minister of flnnnco, rcsiillUig in Urn ot flcial atalcmenl of -today. The ninoijn Involved Is over three hundred and fif nrrnngciucnl made lor. Its financing o[ the u'moaUmnortance Lo Ihe west cru agriculturist, who Ii thus assurei of the price fiicd- for hfs'-gram am will ensure to UIQ: advantage of MI whole ot Canada by reason -of Its re latlon Lo general-tiuslncH'-condition throughout tho Dominion, [Chased Hold-Up Men 75 Miles; Brought Them Back i After an automobile cliaso .of 15 fSOO. ScrfiL put his fad U oi lies In the early hourd of Monday iiornjng Sorgt. llowker of Dip city Exillct forco walked Into a back room jjift the bar of Ihe hotel nl fiunbnrrtt, IjUonf., and put Iho nlppcra on Jones, llfljas'A. Winter, Wra. O'llrlcn 'Jonrail Ilnff, who nol filx hours tjeioro atlmlnlatcrcd knockout drops Io s. Klllfton of Orion, relieving him Itif 1700 Kxnreas travel- litra' chciiucs, one of wlilch Lhcy bad. j'orgetl to "nay .tliclr'laxl driver J39 111 tha line. Tho catch was about Iho emoolhcst hn( hflg been: [Milled off here "for a jpnK lime. Tho lbrca men had (id- iifnlrflcrcri Ihc ttopd to some- Jn NIC vicinity of 'First: ATP. riboul' two Sefcl. iJowkcr on Ills rounds fl Ijflxl-drlver by llio nlck-nftmo of t'N'uls" had picked up llirco 'ers'for'lhe' llhCj and thtuklng- they Eono alter booze (6p1c Ihe num- Kdmonton, Oct. announce icnt regarding the new Stewart, cahl- eL has yet been made. It is slated 11 the members of tlicLSIfton cabinet my not be included In the new ad- uiilslration and that some surprises re possible. HQN LEADERS HEAR COMPLAINTS OF LAUOR Nova Scotia GoyL Holds Caucus Decided I May Washington Halifax, Ocl. ten o'clock fotlay rlie government, of Nova Scolla was called. "together In an Imp or Lit nt session Tor the announcement will ho made whether Premier Murray' shall enter Ilic Bordcu government or remain In his prcscrcl position as head of Ihc provincial legislature. lion. W. S. Ficldine, who Is not with- out great Influence among Lhe Lib- erals ol Xqya Scotla> came Mr. Murray from Ottawa and was pres- ent al conferences held yesterday. Practically all or Ihe members of the provincial govern men fa re In the clly and with them liave come a number ol olher y roinlji en L men In Ibc parly counclla. That Sir. Murray not only looks ivjth favor upon the union gov- ernment bui filial-. hc; would gladly take a share In tho [Solution of Ihe tremendous problems with which tint government will be faced Is generally understood, r Among the Liberals wlio reached Halifax yesterday was E. M. Mac- donald who remains Lhe uncomproui- I Islng opponent ol tbe union tuet.t and ivhb at the same time is said lo be willing Ihc prem- iership of llils provirtco should. Mr. Murray cnler the federal cabinet, A', "MacLean la jioti-cginniunica- tlvc regarding Lhe gen- erally being lhal he would he wilUae.te-enter the Border! government .provided Mr. -Murray yields to the-'presaurc being-oierlal American Navy Aids Allies In War Against the Subs. hat the grievances of the vill be Invcsligalcd. unions FRENCH DESTROYED TWO TEUTON SUBS Paris, Oct. warships flestroyed ,lwo Tcnton submarines In the in the last week September, oc- cordlng to Information receiv- ed loday by the French min- istry of marine. in control oC MacLuan lo have be ;Mr-L Slrj'fity.'s-J.r6t, choice should the provincial V vacancy' be made, but (here Is a conslderable-cle ment'of the parly to wlionl tills-would be objectionable. A story has gained considerable credence around the city, today io the clfect Lhal Ihe present member? of Die .Murray cab- inet woulil prefer MK .Fielding if an outsider were to be brought In. After a short' session Ihe' caucus adjourned till tonight bcuause one of the members Invited Lo attend had not been able to reach Halifax. MAY GO TO U. S. Ottawa, OcL Is-renorted (hat Hon. J. D. Ilazen, whose former port- folio of marine and fisheries 1ms Lceu given to Hon. C. C. Ba.llantyne, may go Lo Washington Lo fill a new posL'of Canndinn lifgh commissioner to Die UnlLcd Slates. U. S. Paying Quarter of The Total Cost of War New VoriV. Oct. Associated Prrag today carries the following: The War Is coaling tho belHeercnt nmlons of (ho world til the rule ol JIGO.OOO.OQO a an Lho United Stales Is paying al least one-quarter ot this staggering mini, according io estimates made today by iho Mechanics aoj Metals National Rank of New York. The Fstluia'teir at the beginning of the war was and a year ago It was This country'a rale ol la greater tlinu any olher nation. Great Itrltaln second and Germany uoxt. By next August, according to the bank's Ilgures, Lhe total cost to (be world will Lo Already expenditures have exceeded of which all but a fraction has been translated Into ponnnnem national Indebtedness, lutcreet on public debt is now calculated to be ten pur cunt, ot the normal Income of (ho Gcrmim people, aa compared less than one-half ot oiic per cent, fn Uic case of lie pecplo of this country, Tho developed national wealth ol UID allies is placed nt JGQP.OOO.OPaoDD In thc'hank while that o[ the Teutonic jtmvera U given as The lolal military strength ot the allies Is against a total for Germany, Austria, Hungary, Du.garla and Turkey or ARBITRATION BOARD CMR. Ottawa, Oct. Ottawa Journal-Press says that zie and Mann will appoint F. H- PhTppen, Toronlo, as their mem- ber of the board of arbitration which Is to fix the value of the Canadian Northern slock. The government repre- sentative Is Sir William Meredith. Phippen'and Sir Wil- liam Meredith are to appoint a third arbitrator. If they fail to agree upon a man the choice will be left with Sir Walter Cassells, chief justice of the exchequer court. Hon. Frank .Cochrane, who has retired from the portfolio of rail- ways and -canals, will immediate- ly take-up his new duties as chairmz'h'of the board that is_ to administer the crn system. Canadian North- BRITISH- CASUALTIES LAST -WEEK ll er tar. flvo o'clock Ilowkcr met Ellison wander- Ipg round hi a haH-ntiipcr, laid; ho been shaken dowd for together, RoL Hole cor driver by the' name of-Hill-While man and heal II tor Coutls.'-.'Al War- ner and Milk HlVflr he got (rick of hi3 quarry. Then they met who said that rnu three holdups liad out of tho car about Lwo' miles (lila hM0 M. Coiiltn Bnrf b.eflL II (or ft Couleo which runs acTofcV' Ihe Hricv Rergt. Dowksr decided Ltiil he would go across tho Ifiic and) try. to get truck of (hem at Kunbnrat, Bnd lie wag In Ihe trio had healen him there bj 20'mfmiles antl laken ft couple of drink's. Tho sergeant had Juckllr 3. Immigration officer at Coiitfa, lofd him iho facts, arid ho -inM. "the country's The'lrlo. wayed extradition'when Ihe 'officer threat- ened-Jo Iny'a chArge for iinlawlully 3. and Uic whole parly back In Lftthbrldso about 13 hours ifler slBTt- cd llje They, a p pea rod before this .WCfe" cpmand- oil until Kansas City Stock Yards Burn Head of Cattle Lost Kansas City, Mo... Oct. than one half of ,lhc Kansas City stock -yards, the second largest In thn c'ounlry, iras" iJeslroycrl by fire early loday. K WHS estlmaled after the fire had bccu bfought under con- trol, after raging for two hours, lhal several thousand head of cattle had been destroyed. Some estimates ran as high as Icti thousand. There wore 47rQDO callle In the yjnls Qt Ihc cloic of bustncaa yesterday, It was said, and while II was possible lo liberate moat llicni, so rapidly lite flames gain headway thnt many word" caughl and Inirnod. Hundreds oC callle liberated from Iho burning structures reached Ihc iJown-lown. section of holh Karisas City, Mo., nnrt Knns.ia Glly, U the Uijrd disastrous flro'In (he hlalory of the Kansas City stock yards, The blaze was. discovered two patrolmen In Kansas City, Kan- sas, nnd before I hey could suirinjon apparatus Iho flro had bcco'mc un: manageable. Kirc depardncntt from Loth Kansas CILlcs combfilted th'fe The origin of the fire un- determined'The olher Iwo were'caus- ed by carelessly thrown clgarc'lle Is. No cstfmMo of (he financial loss a available.early loJAy. Montreal, Ocl. weekly paper On Hal unlay pub If shed a niory that Ihe Liberal In Lhe province trag divided .and new wing VRS Ing formed under Iho IcadcrBhlp Hon. J, L. Perron- Yesterday M, Perron Isiued Ihfi atalemenl: "The-alory an far ai-1 am Is itsdlulcly false, V] sland as a alaunch punportelr 6( Sir .Wilfrid hccaiisp I believe in his. capacity uf state MINERS WALK OUT. -Springfietd, (Its., Oct. cause .wage Increases did not beccme effective today, coal miners in central did not appear for work fhis morn- Ing, ft was admitted at the of- fices of the Illinois Coal Opera- "'tors' association. London, Oct. Tlritlsh casualties reported iri Iho lust week amounled to Tliey are Oividcd as follows: Killed "v or died of ivounds; oJTicerfi 277, men 250P. Wounded or miss- ing, "officers S37, men on, Oct. naval co-operation with IDG allies was further discussed lortny at a confer- ence between Ihc Llridsli anibaasa dor, Sir Cecil aprlng-ntcc: the Urll- lali naval attache. Commodore Gaunt; Ijnlted Slates of the Navy Daniela and Admiral chief of oncr.iKons. Xo announcement of Uie of Ihc conference was made, ond ll was generally regarded aa a sequel to the discussions which have been going on hetiveen Secretory Daniels, Ad miral Dcnson anil Admiral Mayo commander of the Atlantic who recently has from a nava conference with Lhe allies at London The only-announcement. Secretary Daniels has made of the conference so far Is that they concern very grave subjects. IL is supposed the .conference con cerncd measures lo combat .the sub marine campaign. U was said tin bearing in mind always the danger o ovcr-opllaiiain, Hie f-progress being made by "coriibtnefl1 fleets 'i more lhan merely cnctiuraging. k AIR RAIDS ON BELGIUM, London, Oct. DC rial raid over Delgluni were conliriued- y'esler clay. In iiatrol encounters two Ger- man machines were driven down.: Members Will Iks Immune from Prepare For i Winter Campaign Patrografl, Ocl. provis lonal-goTcriimcnt has opening of the preliminary parlia- ment from Octoher IS lo October 20. I'eople Did Not Warning of Did Us Best That is Aim of Allies in War, Says French Journalist in New York New YorKi Ocl. for hu- manity and one fav- crablc alone tor franco, or .the United Slates, or' the entente liut peace Hint will guarantee to nations large and small, universal respect for right and justice, Is the goal toward which war-worn France fs slruggl'ng, Fittcndlng Hie Boulhern commercial.congress in Ilila city were I lolfl yesterday Stephen Lauznnbe, Pclrograd, OcL. landing of ierman troops Oeaelleland could iave been averted only by risking tattle under unfavorable conditions vhlch might have resulted ID Lho open- ng o[ (no Gulf of Finland to Ihe eu- cuiy. Admiral VcrdcrvBTjy, minister oC uarine, said today. The Wow Is a hart! one lo Russia, but the.Russian tlcct. apparently was In no position. LQ bind- er ihe Germans. cfl Ihe admiral said, iave several time drawn odcnllon to .ho possibility oC such a olow and I also dfEcus5cd the slluaUou -.vlln. Premier Kcrcnsty but no one paid at- tention to tho government's warning. Although we arc at war, our poUUcs.1 differences have been given first place hi die minds'ol the people. Tbe Ger- mans take this Into account and events show that they hare been ably to'takc full advantage of It." German naval power Is (our times greater lhan that of Russian, the ad- miral conllDuetl- The naval 'lorce in (he Uulf of Riga did everything-poa- siulc to prevent a. landing of (he Germans and will continue lo carry out all orders ot the minister o[ marine. Tho mlnlslcr Bees no 1m media to danger of n German altemrit Ln'c Gull of Finland. He expresses' lie belief that owing to the lateness ot the season the Gernian operations will .lie localized. The council of workmen's and soldiers' delegates has Issued an appeal to the army and Lhe fleet To obey Ihcir commandera and to'Tight to save and repel the Ger- mana'.froiD the Gulf of Hlga. P Qcl. lC.-r-Thc .iBiullnE force on-Ihe Russian Istenil of Ocsel Is developing its iiussfnn war ofllcc nnnounccil today, and the Teutons arc being reinforced' wllli acldUlonal Germang Iiarc .InatUutcd en prtcqslrc against ihe Svorb peninsula, In the, soulh- weelern section ol Ihe island, with Ihc object of capturing Ihc Russian ball erics at Scrcl. These Latteries cover the entrance (o tho ot- Riga. i' Full PoEceition. xBerlin, Ocl. GermanEhavB taken full possession' of the main portion ot the Ocsel Island at the en- tranco Lo Ihc Gulf of war office reports. The 'Russians have been Isolated cm Svorb peninsula and arc offering resistance. Ilnno In the GulC of Riga, have occupied by tho Germans. -1 Berlin, Ocl. Itavc cantured. prisoners on Oeael hi and and thirty gunf, Iwenly one machine guns and several air1- planes, Inc statement sayj. The es- sential-'part of thu Germans' Uak on he Island was accompUshed In four days. Order-In-Council In Wed: nesday Limiting Profit to Toronto, Oct. coal dealer will ho.allowed to make a profit of more lhan fifty cenls a Lou tlfler ortnlng of the constituent assembly parliament will suspend McmbLirs ,of -parliament pprllajne'nLary Jmmimlly and he .CK- empt from service. Any measure adopted bj- Lhls body must Lear the signatures of at least thirty members In .order to become cffec: The war ministry lias senl special commissioners lo eacli army nt Ihc front-to make'plans for rcvlctunlliiig i Ihe Lrobps'ln preparation for Lhe com- morrow when Iho onler-in-councll re- caiiihicnilliiR thl3 to the council -pre- 1 ifife wlrilcr caillpalgn, sided over by Fuel Controller Jlasrath nt Xfonlrcal yoslerday. Is Issued. The I regulation will apply all over the Ho- 1 mliif sfllri II. A. llarrfneton, thai allowance for operating expenses and nl] orerJicart charges would be made so that ihe dealer woufd get a net profit of fifty ccnls. "There, will be severe penalties for Ihe Infrlngcnicnl of'.the ndded .Mr. [lairJiiglon. pect In suffer sllll. SI. Lam- nnnc declared. "We nre flghllnE.Lo nave humanity from dcgradltldnB, for liumanlty wouJrl be degraded1 If Ger- many won this war, France la lu for all Ihe war." -fr 4 4 GENERAL SATISFACTION HENRY FORD HAS CHANGED HIS MIND Detroit, Mien., Ocl. Llhcrly Ixian ilrlvo received" power- ful ImpcLua today vnen It An- nounced that Henry .'Ford had con- tributed anil thai the. Ford Motor 'Company had ai similar conlrlbullon. Koril'ff subscription Was nccompanlcd a slalemeul dc- daring that Die Unlled Sfatcj, In making war .on Ocrmany, -'did bcsl Llilng that ever ,happened Iho" world." I Winnipeg, OcL. an- nouncement, of the finance mln- Islcr financing of the 4 CuiiDdlan wtienl .crop of tills yenr has been nr- 4 ranged" was received with gen- 4 satisfaction by Lho trade, being regarded as a'big alep 4- forward In Uie of get- llnf ihe crop moved. WEATHER 47 36 t; Cool, with mow, 11 all Oct. -alleged sale of llriuor to soldi era landing lie re from shins Ims relumed soldleffl rccCpllpn cOmralllce and temperance (o hcllon by the to memliora'of the reception .rommlLLcc, -Lhero wero about 20D their trfcdo Six hundred rci 111 rlietl soldiers landed al Lho pier last ivecJr, were held for a few days, and, being Without funds; the military nillho'rlt'tta "ranged IhaL each ebould gel n pay merit of Tho first night many of Llie men returned lo, the pier In fairl condition BS n liquor, and the staff I here was itept busy nil ntght-attending to day men.Tvllh' jter'hnps one gone could foe, with bandages or; their heads from by fallf, clc. U wis flllCRcd thai liquor was put up In egg RliclK mid.sold lo the soldiers. IfAJIfai fs a dry Iowa. GOVUSACANDIDWE (RpecLal lo the Henild) Montreal, Oct. David Warriock, the retiring member of the Houce for Mao- !cod, Alberla, notified Mayor Holmei..or Claresholm, that the formation of a union govern- ment having at fart been plllhed, he will tupport the gov- ernment a win-the-war caiv dldate. i Dr. WaKnock one of the.ehlef veterinary offrclila of the Srltlih In Canada all'-the horsei purchaaed In Ihe Gtatea.and Canada forsU9e on the battle fronti. 'He hac been at. work al- moit since the begfantag cf th'0 war. He a strong wirr-the-war man'and a thorough belleverHn the MIHUrv Service BUI and'ill other war .measures for maintenance of Canada's place In the war. ELECTION EXPECTED IN DECEMBER Ottawa, ,0cl. officers for the coming elec- tlona arc norf under consldcra- Oct. Mnnrlnv cv- onlng ncxl In Winnipeg a public beet- Ho'n by tho government and Ing will bo addressed by Hon. 'Arthur Uic list la oxpccled lo M Melghcn, mlnlslcr of Ihc InLcrlor; ready Uon. James Caldori" mlnlsier of Ira- merit lias also'Iho data of migration and 'colonization; and Hon. efetllons under Thomas A. Crerar, mlnlsler of This .will probably m pa- Lure, The purposei of Lhe meeting will ceraber. In eonuecllon with L J i- oreraeaa .mllKary remain'''fo be to Irilrcctuce the new union govern' v menl lo (be people of veslern-Ctuidi, it- Ihrec scrutineers and. (0 so far'as this fs al be as r and. (0 so far'as this possible, 'the progrnm b( the goVcrn- representing the menl. On' tho (ollowkg rilKh'l, Tiies-i-i 'already been named as day, October- 23, Iho scntlne' the ftppftsltiOTv. (ircss i ;