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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 17, 1916, Lethbridge, Alberta Success For The French ierce Denunciation of Ameri- cans Who Make Millions in Munitions for Allies ITTER ANTI-BRITISH PROPAGANDA RAGES I'liris, Ocl. Hroui of houses in Hie village ot Suilly- Suiiliscl, oil the Somme I'ronl, was caplmkl last iiifjlil by 'French, the war ollice amiouno cd today. .A Gennan counter- attack was repulsed. German Claim Berlin, via London, Oct. of the allies Monday near Gueudecour on the Soramo front broke down uncle German lire, tho war office announces German positions on both sides of the Somme were under Heavy nrlillei Ire the whole day. EARL INJURES) London, Oct. th Carl of Rothcs, has been injured tlie front. It is not believed that his condition is serious. London, Oct. W.-An anti-British ropagandn is now rasing in the Cer- an press as never before and also ,r tl.e purposes of "propaganda tho are issuing at Amsteid am Deutsche Voohen Zcitullg. m the ifst issue of which there is an ar- cle full of tlereo invectives against lerfereleisP-whataUie Deutsche Voclien Somme, our best and brav- >st are bleeding: they also bled on he Sleuse and on the Ancre An un- Daralleled hxpendltuite ot shells (is 'tirnmz the trenches and their connec- tions into heaps of sup- plies them? Who, at the bottom is waging the war? If you ask th L war Pictures enclosures by day and sleep in terns. Pflrofjrail. London, Oct. troops are hcuv- counler-allackinH the, Hus- sian lines in UK-, regions 'south- east' of Uu1 otlict' iniiuimml today. The attacks were launched after a bombiirct- inenl of great intensity in Hie district north of Korytniza, and near Solshovlse, live miles of The Russians took 50 prisoners and one machine gun during the lifihting. Claim Russian Defeat lld-lin via London, Oct. lia've suffered a licavy defeat in Galicia the war office announced to- day. Itcpeated attacks were mid trenches on a Iront ot Va miles, I were taken by the Austro German tor- no t give much information s Nineteen hundred prisoner.. M machine guns were captured. new prlE011 What Propose that Duke of Connaught J Should Take Charge There of Voluntary Recruiting London, Oct.. 17. Lord in a letter to the press today, says that recruiting in Ireland is at iluctors trainmen of the dian Pacific railway this morning, it was announced that the count of bal- lots disclosed SH.7 in tavor of He has a( als made some days ago in which ,r thr. i he said that the dispute had in 1914 nittee 'been tun subject of an arbitration or'! award, which the'company had agreeo Th -To accept, but the men Had rejected. As however the war was on. the men 1 i hail then notified tlie minister of la- A few weeks ago the men re-opened the matter, when the company again offered to accept the award of the! arbitration board, together with some further concessions entailing heavy ex- pense on the company, but there were few points the company was unwill- ing to concede. It is understood that the view ot the department of labor at Ottawa is that nothing in the nature of a strike can take place until the dispute has chlnery inherent in the mivai'iilne mottier, son, and your ,u ask the that recruiting has robbed standstill. Shortage of drafts for the hone her reply i "Lust for pro! t hone mt of American millionaires.- "There the co.unt.ry whose war aim is quite pl America's object is the becoming of the sole world bankers by deliver- ing immense war supplies. "Behind the. Somme front stands an enemy whom we cannot reach. Heie ?he a one-sided war against which we are unable to retaliate. She ;ls a vampire, who sucks the blood om -Europe's arteries, because she able to suck in at the same time Europe's gold." stannsuii. u, rish battalions is so serious that mi- ess something is done speedily these divisions permanently will lose tneir distinctive character. "It should be placed under the con It SllOUIU UK uuuu.------------ trol of some one who makes the same apeal to the Irish imagination as Lord Derby's typically British figure did in Great Britain." "Lord Dunraven continues; The Duke of Connaught is coming back from Canada. His Irish title, popularity, his lour .connection the army and his fresh contact will the Dominion, which has. set a stirring example in voluntary recruiting for tlie cause of Empire and of lloerty. combine to make him the ideal man me be clearly .understood that plan can only be temporary. Log- ically conscriplion must follow from it in Ireland, even as it did m Bri- tain." ibiauiui.. ].0r at utt Ha-i, vicl tivcs the. SSJ'SSi tSs period." Major Robins and Major Kerby to Speak at Wesley Church Thursday Evening Andrew Naismith, who No Inkling Yet As To Identity Tenders His Resignation Wllo is ihe dark boras? Whoever he may-be, lie is about to, first inkling that a candidate whose name haS] as yet not aeon hinted at, 1VOThe race6which hasn't yet got away from Ills post, promises to be a warm 'one Commissioner Grace is out .to defend his administration of tlie past three years and will have a large fol- three years bfi Tmgeli Ih the 39th. Lieut. Mawmith was hat the a the ate information regarding the proposed registration for national ser- .vice.________________. DROWNED WHILE BOATING tims were unmarried. Soiia, via London. Oct. mous losses were inflicted on French troops in tho attack of last Saturday (Special to the Taber. Oct. farm pro- erly was offered for sale at the post flice today, consisting of about 150 cres The land is situated about 1% ,lles from the post office, and spirited ids were made. Ultimately the bUl f S3GOO by W. B. Bullock Co. was eclared to be the purchase price. B W Luckhardt was the auctioneer. The encumbrances against the pro- icrty will.make It run to about. ?2S per acre. Winrdesg, Oct. croyv" will appeal from the decision of Hiogarl in freeing the (our nevetpapermen who were re- after being eentenced for contempt of court by Mr, Juttlce Gait, lilting as commissioner in the agricultural college inquiry. fcerlin, via Sayvills, Oct. -Detailed reports about the recent fishting on the Somme from shovy distinctly that the attacks between October 9th and October 13th ar. to be reckoned among the great- est actions of the whole Somme battle" says the Overseas Agency. "The objectives of great British and French efforts were Bapaume and Peronne. More- over numerous hostile attacks of violence were directed against the .front from.. Courcelctte to St. Pi- erre Vaast wood, north of the Somme, and between Fresnes a d Mazancourt and against Chaulnes, south of tho-river. 0these en gagemenis, those north of the Somme weremost ON nua--------COMMISSION A Mayor Hardio has been defi nitely named as a member ot the Alberta branch of the uili taf> Hospitals Commlsion ac coraiug to word receive.! this morning. Drought in Argentine Also Helps the Market to Aviate To- wards Record'Price 'Snow is falling through the three western provinces today, putting an absolute stop to.threshing even-where The result is that, corn- Led with drought in tho Argentine, wheat went soaring this morning, Oct. closing seven cents over yesterdaj s bringing wheat back over the mark for the farmer here. Options on other months besides Oc- tober followed the cash wheat up. The Indications are that with the same sort of weather tomorrow the market will conUnueTin its upward trend because everybody, believes two dollar wheat 13 Threshing in Southern Alberta, ac- rordinK to reports of grain men, the r PR, banks and other institutions watching tlie. progress of is about 30 per cent completed. Sh.I ts for the past week from th I, have been over bushels nd the elevators are well clean so that the number ot car wiii drop rapidly until good The -premier's action in relindUlsh-1 weather sets m apm. lue the office he has held for 11 years r was rendered necessary by the state j PREMIER TO RESIGN of his health. Mr. Scott, never of a verv rugged physical strength, was brought to death's door a few years after he became premier, by an acu e attack of pneumonia. Since that time he has found it absolutely necessarj to exercise great care. Some four 01 nvn vrars ami lie had another severe iSineK a? which timea lie advised toitG even greater euro of hiuiseit and refrain from the intense applica- to public matters which has chai- pcte'rized his whole career. The government has under consid- eration the situation created by Pre- mier Scott's resignation, but it is not I anticipated that any announcement will be made for a few days. In aie meantime members of. the government i will no''doubt consult with their sup-1 .rs in different parts the pro- Bucharest, Oct. mnn attacks in Transylvania have S repulsed by th. Rumanian., the war office announced today. The Rumanians are holding posi- tions west of the frontier. CAVALRY ACTIVE IN ARMENIA petroarad, via London, Oct. 17. -Fighting continues all along the front in eastern Rumania, but no change In the situation is dit- S I" today's official announce- ment. Heavy cavalry flgh.tins In Turkish Armenia, In which great losses were inflicted by the Rus- sian" is reported by the war of- fiCC' BITTER 'FIGHTING 'harartcr still going on ,n aU the Transylvanian .passes. Ac rordinq y I van i an H news dispatches the neginn, Oct. ie.-Hon. Walter Scott ed the premiership of Sab- Take Over The Banks and City Con- stantine Comes In Hurry from Tatoi ALLIES WILL AID IN STOPPING RIOTS London, Oct. miral Fqurnel, commander of the Anglo-French fleet in the Mediterranean, has handed the Greek government a new note of extremely grave character, says a dispatch to the Exchange Tele- graph company from Athensf dated Monday. Following the presentation of the note, King Conslantine, it is said, came to the capital in haste from the royal residence at Tatoi. The railway stations of Ath- ens and Piraeus, the city hall at the capital and the Castalla bar- aoks have been occupied by 'rcnch and Italian sailors to the of 1000, while 150 blue ackels, with two machine guns, iave boen stationed in the muni- cipal-theatre, according to the dispatch from Athens today. The city is quiet. 1 An urgent cabinet council has been summoned. It is officially explained, adds the dispatch, that the detachments landed will assist the police in stopping de- monstrations which threaten trouble. ___ -London, Oct. to the Vossische Zeitung, says a Renter dis- ce e, from Amsterdain today, patch mmander of scond Liiiier ui army corps has forbidden of the Poinmersche Tagea It is established, he of'the Bremen'was incorrect. ,_____ING IN A CIRCLE HEMP fHUf.DS SOLVE PAPER PROBLEM o all is needless for to comment on Ihe effect o prohi- bition iu regard to as from time to time in. has been conveyed to you. vSS Sw tliem- con- vinrctl mat