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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 23, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta -V .1 fferaW VCIU'-MK X. USTHBltlDGK. OCTOBKR 23, 1U17 NUMDKH 2C5 BIG FRENCH PRISONERS Gain New.-Ground Huns Helake Small Area of Trrnehes FRENCH REPULSE AWACK Ixmdou. Oct. lest of the TJrJtlsh .ojlk'lal statement Issued last midnight roads: "llljjlily .successful minor opera- tions vrcrc carried out by our troops tills on Ihc battle Trout In the neighborhood of I-'oclcayelle, nnd In coDjuucUoii with the French, south or llputliolst- forest. Kast of Pod- p, liallalloHS of Norfolk, Suffolk, mid Berkshire regiments and ot the Norttiu'inlicrlDnd Fusiliers, at- tacked front one and onc-hblf miles and usjilurod n nuaiber of strongly- fortified buildings and concrete redoubts on K hill cast of Ihe village. Ilnln had again fallen during Iho tlio ground sJip- lierv and Iho losk of assembly rtlfti- uult. In sjillfi or llila, the whole of McLean and Robertson Join Govt Ollawa, Oct. 53. There wore (wo more additions to 'the union gorem- in en I shortly before one 'o'cloclt to- day, when A. K. JJacLean, formerly Junior Liberal -.inerobcr for Halifax, and Senator Koberliou were bolli sworn la as ministers "without pori- Jollo, 'Sir. Mcl.cau, understood will shortly be appointed chairman ot ihe Eiib-commlUec. ot the calf nut to Lo created to study and deal with domestic problems of, tie Dominion ?IK (hey arc ntfcctcfl by llio war. Tlio committee will a -parUcular study of jirobablo "aftcr-tlie-war con- dftfons and of Uic that should lie taken to deal .wllli them. A3 o >memljer ot the house .of commons. Jlr. MacLean one .ot Iho. fore- Eiosl figures on" tlie oppasKlan of Ihc ILQUSC. He was the recognized lin- nnctel critic of Iho Liberal, Tarty and last Bcsilon supported the Military ervice Act. Senator Kohertson la a native ot our objectives, mrc captured after fierce fjglitlng In wLk'li Germans were killed.' "Our. troops southeast .of Poclce.- Iiellc tlien prosscil on anil cnrrien the ground Ijoyoud their objective. "Further north, Gloucester. Che- Lancaster Fusiliers and Hie Manchester atod Iloyal Scots hatlal- 10'ns; In' co-oiierallon willi the Fnmcli, t on on t of more than two from lite Yjires-Stnden railway lo ujiQinl north ot Maiigolacrle. Se- .'fjghUhjf 'occurred but the ern of forest were aforig.- with'.i fiirlhcr series of "anil Out., ant] Is vtcc-jircBldent of Ibe Order o[ 'Railroad; Telegraph- ers. In the senate he ranks as an Independent labor repreaentallve. was appointed to the seiiale In Jan- last being the first rcprescula- cf labor lo lie given a scat In FRENCH MAKE BIG GAIN Paris, troops j a fronl of from citflit to lei in an offensive' flimsl Unlay j kilonicli-cs. -Tlie prisoners taken; alp lo Ihis lime nggrcgatc .UXXl: north of on Ilic gllris jiavc bneii'capluivd.l front, accomplished mi advance of three kilometres on Enter Protest Against What They Term Most Uarhnric Act in Attack on Convoy 11RUTAL COWARDICE, SAYS ONE PAPER enemy; .M _____________ attacks in IhV vicinity o[ Yprca Sta' den rnllWny ;and succeeded in 'check- ing the. advance" pf our astride' Hie railway but' at ell other points they 'were able (o slop them, "Two" huniireii prisoners were cap- tured and 'heavy casualties verb flicted on "During. (Ho nlgliL Ihe t'liemy raided one ot nur Eonth of thr Scnriio river.-' 'A of our men ara -Cerriisns Mtscked I-ondon. Ocl.' Tho Germans last niyht- attacked one ot the newly-cap- tured rjrllfah nosItloLsInFlfintTersarirt forced troops folding il, UJR var announces. KlsewhciQ the Tlrlllali gains of ysalerday have bcci 'The statement follows: "Rain fcir'agaln laul t nml tho tled. has been "stormy and unset- Early. In -the night the enemj ,hc upper house. JlobcrUari Ift a'broUier of Hay, LeUibrldgd: Aisne Huh Siiper-Airfleet Suffers Deathblow ip Loss of Zepps London. Ocl. Jotut Scandln avlan protest, U is-expected, will he lodged against Ihc German sinking o[ the neutral steamers under convoy In the Xorlli Sea last ac- cording lo a despatch to tho Morning Stockholm.- A dispatch lo the Dally Telegraph from Stockholm Bays that tlie Swed- ish press, oven the pro-ticrman sec tlon .speaks very sharply analns! Germany. The Svenska DagbUdcl describes the Incident as one ol Inexcusable lallty. The Social _ s (hat II was a cruel deed onJ wii: breed unfriendly leellafia. 'Ihe Uag ens Nyhetcr declares thai It was tiot i naval or military operation but mere piracy. Newspapers Bitter, Chrlstlania, Oct. Norweg- ian Jiewflpapcrs bitterly denounce the "murderous attack" of the Ger- mans'in-the convoy action week In the North Sen. The newapapcra In Ilergsn, where survivors o[ the. at- tack were lalten, demand the de'por- latlon from Norway or all Germans employed by the German general pur- chasing agency. TJiCsc Journals' call the attention of the authoritiesLo.llie danger ol Norwegian tracte from "this German eang1, not only novr ivlien iiiuoy of them are rnm'mon spies liiit also In the future." .The' Christ lanU tiewa'paper Vec- Ihe affair .was cHarac- Xurlcb, OcJ. is In ma urn tag over Ihe loss ol at least lour Xcppellus In; the recent raid on England.- according to advices re- ceived from (ouns on Lake Constance. of the crcvs ol 'ihe'deitroyod liv- ed In FrledrlcbsKiten where they re- thelr .training. The King of meesapcs of condolence io tfre fanjIHes ol the men lost In the The SyrlBS newspapers express the opinion thai the''disaster In Franco fa a deathblow, (9! tiff raft of the Xcy- peHii type. The newest Zeppelins, according to received hero are 1GQ feet-long and.70 feel In diameter. engines tievelofilng 2.000''horsepower and aro able to keep nir fifty hours wlili a crew of'2D men'and a lo-ati of projectiles. Latvvt Report .'Octl, Germany probably, tost onejhajc of her total ef- fective fleet ot.. aHp-ftr-Xopitelius as n result of the'ja'iiTot Ocloher 20 over accorfllBjB :to. ofticlal cable- grams received, her-f. .All France is Attacked one of our new posts In llio of Hbiillintst-forcBt, ant! forced Ilic: Iroops lioldlng It to fall back -a oliorl dlaUince. On the re- front our gains Lave been tmafnlafneil..rmd r Altaeh. Paris, Oct.' 'li, An attack wns rhatlc, by' lha French morn- Ing an the AUfto iron! oC Sofasoiis., TJicvwnr office rcporta ilial 'consldejaltlc progress -whs' mftdo along the whole halllc froTit'nml Iliat prisoners were taken, '11 Hun Planes Brought Down. German qlrplaneg' down by Brit- ish avnltors "In- recent, flshllnff over Ine battle firsa In norlnorn Franco, nnysr.the official statement GD avln- Isancd (ho war blflce. Ger- nnri rahway slatlona werttibonibcd hcnTlly. Ktght JlriMsh machines nils a Ing. gavq the reconimend minister laliona ol ihe jirc Hava been amended prder-ln-councll, ajiproved by his trnor-gcenral. '-r "TUp aniendmerits.. niide are far in ihelr.CeffecL.: They .pro- vide for an. Increased allowances Lof and-In rtBpect'bf 'sold- icrs and snllors -riqldfnis, 'ihe. lower ranks, up 'lochliUn'g the of snb-Lleul. In (he Canadian "navy ami llculenant in Canadian ep- nedltlonary force. "Tlio most Iniiiprtant-.diinses pro- Vide for Increases and allowances. bo considered as having cb'iVie'Inl.o' force on April 1, 1917, artdjn Jhfa .wayall pensioners ivlll be' enllllid'.to e-s- tra cheque covering' Uctivecn llio panifon ilnce April -pxcepllohal cowardice. The iieWpap- cr adds that the .Germans; having Uie Brltlih Warships out of Ihe. game, acted against merchant meD as if- Ihey were the entire Brlt- Uli navy. "It was the niOEl Bastardly any n-avy 'says Tldcns Tegn'. outr-jvals all oUer jerman Tofcntb, Oct. The discharge fi( advcral at Minimal by ih'o Great XnrihiresttJrn Tclefirnph Company Is alfcged Ny Iht Iqlegrnpli- to retflltntory measures 1 and the dale on ment la made. .The ihe adjust- .will .if- feel, the pensions of, sail- ors nnrt'tholr orphan by. Cflnnda for irtnsloiia'-antl allow- nncca will lie aripjfo'xtmalely p" cent. At tho present time'. Ine.annual osiiendlluro Jnvolteil fire million dollin. Wtlii Incriam now. aulhorlzed. Tor Tensions 'will be million dalln'm during tlie fiscal yelr. "A second cliahjio' 'midi is .only sllB'ntly less knjiotUnl' ,11 jitovldcs that dlaablllllcs stilll' bo Inlo 20 classes In tho IiiUirc cUsaliled.'intn.' car-, talrt' lo' receive "based rilr- oclly'. on' tho rf Ihb dis- ability which ther, "A tnlrd ImporUht. chjh'j't ,ls Iho MutliorlzKtlon o{ aUpwnnce Tor a marrlcil Up lo present' ih4'tinmar rleil man of hy'lhe company BRnTnst tho mftMin_ Jhfin auccexklnl In mial_moetlnE ENDORSE l Dawson, V. T., Yukon Conserrallve he (o accept (lie nwanl of ,llic bDnrd.oficonclllaUon. The labor rlopartmeht al OLUwn has been (o n'ntl'lt h. .there jinay ba anoUicr strike wllhfn .tho Tieitlfew.da'ya', according to -union PROSECUTE MEMBERS SKOKLOUD1S CAHINET v. t; Alnensu...0cl.. tioteico at Mmstit, 'unA Ms "eilleagiieg .by, M, nhallfi, Ihcs chBm- VolbJ lodij-ln (nror'of' pro'ecut- 1ng ot SKou- cablnci'ln which M. nhdllla was of flflancc. ONTAI'IK'I'S. CONTRIBUTIONS Tofroiilo, "tffif. cqnlrl- llio Brlllf': nil' ftircr year, il fll llio jot. IhO pfpvliicc; linnlcn govtrnriettt, endorsed Iho Uaot over what Hie despalcbes do- clari to bo' Ibe grealCBl dolt'al ad- mlnlsttrcd to an air (lecl elnce the beginning of the war. The gratlflca- titin Is more Intense because 11 Is now wj] Ihal the German ralil an j'.lclupt lo carry out a fearf.ll threat of vengeanco "made four days before. On Ihal occasion llio German gov- ernment jciil out a warning lo both France and'England of dire iiuiilsli- menl lo follow what the Germans de- clared to be unwarranletl and iu- humnnc fltlacks by KrlllEh and Fre'ncli avlalbra on peaceful German, towns. HeprlBals were threatened lu .an orilctal German, coriiiminfca- Uon wlilch'hi part read: "For every brlcli falls from peaceful Getmau homes vhclc build- ings will be overthrown in' Paris." The' official French report ot the altcmnlcd German raids is as fol- luvvs: "Tbe firsl Xcppelin brought down tell SI. Clement on Ihe borders ol Ihe forcsl of Mandon, (en kllomel- res from I.uhevDIe. II was seen al C.20 a.m., journeying with two olber UNIONIST TO OPPOSE LIBERAL CANWDATE Vorktoo. Sash.. Ocl. raect- ng called by Ibe Grain Growers' Aft- soclallon to the adTlq'ablllty or pulling a union wln-the-Trar can- didate In the flcW Ic llickenile con- stituency was held in tbc town ball last' night anA II was unanimously decided to unllo with other' aectlonl o[ the consltlueccy lo. place a union- 'st candidate In Held In opposl- llon lo tlie present Liberal nominee, jcorge Mcl'hce, wlio.has refased lo withdraw. An eie'culir'e represeu- lallvn of all parties was appointed and organization work-will commence al once. (CONTINUED ox PAOE 5) -BRITISH LOSSES. Ixmilon, Oct. casuaHies reported iturlns (he week entline lodar tolallsfl The losseg were dlv- ioHows: Olficers, XIH- I di? c? ypundB, 362; -fr The lllllc comniiinlly li.SCl. IHEltOFffllS Grass at; tUe bonier; sauscrlbed __ 000 it> .tile' lifierO- -a .public meeting; (here one evening lisl week. .-'This :lnay .give sonic yhal coromunlly when Ihe victory- loaiiris anrioBpce'd here the middle of -next rn.ostb: Tbal l.clhbridEe will be ask- ed to' ralBC al Icasl hal[ a million dol- ;.iars seenis lo be prelly well 'eslah- flfshed fh'oneh no announcement has y'ei come from the central commlltee of which G. U- Mnmoch Is chairmnn. C.. D. Taprcll, supen-lsof of this district, is In Taber .today arranging (he Tlclorj- loan conimlllce there. 4 4 ft LAURIER TO ISSUE- MANIFESTO SOON OllBWB. Ocl. Uur- Ter, who was slightly Iniliposed yes- lerdaj-, Is belief loday. The Liberal leader-will leave for Monlrcal on Wednesday morning lo confer. ;wllb his supporters In retard to Ibe ap- proaching campaign.. .It, er likely Ihal Sir 'Wilfrid, will Issue a manifesto outlining hll position before Ihe end oE.tbe week. Meighen, Caldcr inif Citiaf Be- S United Wlnnipeir. thousand' people 'copvenllon hall pi the Industrial bureatiipnishl "ond" ch'eeriid Ip'ltie'echo.'-'the' exposi- tion of ttie alrni of IhViialo.n 'I Puts Two Dreadnoughts Out of Commission as Well as Some Smaller Craft HUN ATTEMPT TO LAND TROOPS FAILS Petrograd, Oct. Gennin. one cmfser, Iwelva orpedo uoata and one Irangporl werfi ut but of action by Ibe Russians In tie fighting around the Islands in the Oulf of last week, but their ulti- mate falo (9 unknown, says.en offlc' al statement lieutd 'tonigbl by lusslau admiralty. It' has bMn islabllsheil thai at least ill torpedo )0ata were eunk la.tbc' fighting. Th0 iusEluas lost the baltleabJp Sun and i large lorpeoo boat. The BtalcmflDt ui Us review of tha IghtlnE eaja that the Russian units ought excellently agalrisl tile super- orlty of Ihe OtrmanB. The slate- cnt reads: "During October 21-important en. emy naval torcea, toeelher with raneporls were br our oul- posls In the Gulf of Riga. In Moqh sound the enemv seenia lo be clear- ing Ihe waler ol otnlrudlons which laid down. There waa no activity during Ihe were discovered In Iba Gulf of Flu- land. Review of Operationi. "As llio'naval operation! In the Ballls isles have now endeil, it- possible lo review Ihem. The task our fleet in this region was, wllh the organized poailion of Mooii Sound as a base, lo prevent enemy lo seize Ihe Quif of Kiga and Moon So long as Iho German' fleet .such nri operatjdii' "intripr Im'porlancc asrln: Sla. neamely.; Iwp dreadnauEhts, ouf naTal.fprces could cope.with pijslllons; -'We' ofgantrcd Incoin- PlWfflllONuOVI. Cannot Be Sold New in Pack- ages of Less Than 20 Pounds TARIFFl OUawa, Ocl. order to elim- inate iHe wsslc In. packages and the increase In'cost to Hie consumer "in- volved In llift trade in small pack- ngcs of -brcakrast (odrts cereals and cereal products, onlcr-in-coiincll haa iiceii pissed, upon the recom-, mendallon of the fooil conlroller, pro- hlbUlnE Ihc Rule, niter a sftcclflcil date, unless UccnscJ, such iocds In original packsses of less weight than, 20 pounds. In special caEes Ihe loot! conlroller may bale In smaller pnckagcs .t ncccssftry In.the Inlereal of the public. Manufacturers rtnd ivholcsalcr dcalera are slven iinlll Nov. 1 to dls; ot tl.elr slock, but on antl nHer that date tlicy must rot offer for sale In Caniuia irany foods known- fla breakfast roods or cereals or flour or olher foods ivhlcli are.lhc ivhcat, oalsr barloj', rye, rice, beans, Indian corn In original pack- flgea ot less weight Ibnii the 20 Ibs, Prohibition of Ihc ealc is elfecLlvo pii und aftcc Doc. 12. The ordCT-lncoSn- cll rcciuiVcs (hat nit Iho food'cnmner-' alcd "shall be sold the pound 'or ton anil shall be net weight to thft pnrchtKer." Vlolallon of llic regiiln Clou Is mnrirt an offense and Iho'pen- alty provided Is n fine of not Ihnn and nol cxpccnlng imprison TTI en I (on any term .not ceedlnf months or both fine and imprisonment. Winter Wilt Not Halt Drive WasninEton, cr- pcrle here do not weclkly hvfr Issued last, nlghl of Ihe wir llonarttnnil.'ltiil cn'o'.or tho malefji) a'A'd vlU cnalil-j -ihe Brlliel'l to Irltimph cpntlnuo fcTcfng (he vltliAut waltlns tat Tlio paronl that Ihe... inand planned Slpi'sec-. lor In order I o ttiislSr'Oip tki! morale ol her' lit- -j Vi Winnipeg, OH. erlltHe Dinkier announced thlft mprnlnc lhat he hadirecelved un- oniclal assurance that It Is Intention of Ihe nevrfcdepar gov- ernment suspend the tariff on conTlng Into 'Canada from 'Mpntana. WinrilpSgy1 .Oct. Ottawa the Manitoba Free Press says: I "A- KrehCh-Canadinn delegation ol prominent men'from Quebec City .upon" Sir Rober.t Cordcn on Monday and tended hhn congrntula- tlo'ns on of n union gov- ernweil' cdniposed-'-of members, of boih' "fh'e deiiutBtlon. which was Intro- [ Ho.n" Albert ScvJsnyr wln- Isler.of Inland revenue, expressed the b'elicl formation of a'nem- cahlnet conducive to great- er harmoiiy among Iho two races and would'bo for; the uesl interests ot the country aUarEe. 'they 'urged Ihe In Ihe coming ejection, special'- allcntlon be given tind .-declared that unionist win-llie'-warj' candidates would be placed .In ev6ry consllluency. o[ lhat province. Blso hd FflENCH CABINET OFFEK RESIGNATIONS Ocl. Preil- dent, Poincsre refuted to accept the reiignat-'on of Palnlcire all the mlhlfters placed .question of 'In the handc of the premier, .who H conlldcring the minister of "Hot. (liiir' flhe'Jrtef, ior. Mr. Crenr, pncluded.ln hiet as western era's nnkliUons Bpoke firat, declaring, that; allhongli he had (ell It his duly :lp enter t ub ion gorernmEnl pledred IS wln-the war, he or Ills prio cipleE, regard to Ihi larlrf. 'But he-reillztd that' ilhete niaders roust nibqrdlnlted. 16 the supreme task before.. them.; Xexvl, Mr. MelKhen; secreUrr' elate in the well knoWn to Wbiiilpeg 'audiences struck nish ani! "The .'lie-'. tumultuous ipplaiiiv "on wlfosB -be half wa s'peal; lonlgbt.-ls "bnlH. on rock of dompul36r5'' service'add llisl tocK stand or Mr Melelieu made i fo support In tlie coming coulee I, such a rerdlcl of Ihc oleclorale-.aV Vould strengthen Iho, .union governmcnl In the 'that lay before MrL 'CaMer, _. ______ .coiieralulaled ifrn npon ilio, manifesto. recently Is- L' Robert assured tic of hli good .will toward the province and. declaVe'd that every effort vonlil be made J the prograciniD ot elsclorft ot Uiefprovincc. 7 present, were Ilonorablcs K.C.'; V. Darvean, K.C.; Aid. N- A. Dus- CJlartes Chauvcaii, K.C.; Jules aolioil, ,lir. George Cloulhler, Mmbnd PWIIIpc ruroli, J. A. Jlorand and Arthur WOULD TALK OF ZEPP, RAIDS Ocl. (iltenipL 'to. trove adjo'nrntnenl of tho hoiise Might during a debate on Friday'! air raMiicame (o natijjhL Sifekbft were by: Sir' Francis Dillon-and W, Joynspnlllcka In whlth complaint Vis raarte .of Iho Impnaity Tllli wiich Zeppelins wirt atiW' 16 penetrate central England and get away scalliless, and declaring -thlil only Ilie fog prevented a serious di's- asler.V ,T. Chamberlain, for VvVal ''inmiisnoiV., the Vlxohecinfir anil (ho A, K, KlicLtAN Mtmber Oiiten Without Portfolio and be goveriimcnf'vlilrly .before Iho STEAMERS HELD UP duluth; iMIrirt., Oct. Long Jinn of MMirien art ready lake today, lol- lake today, l jnf I th: raott ert yeara. _ who', .spoie ....'-liBl, throu'li hla long ami' honouble i's- sncistlon -vclth Ihe gbtejrimint pt tbe alsler province or SasYilchiyraii; had many warm friends lir.tlie.'.iiiillenec, and lie struck a rnpoiralTe'note >t once when He apoW-pf the-'Btradge circumstances'thai there Blionld.rbe on thai plittorm In Mn .Melihen, Uie qulntescenco of In.Mm. self, br nrlllsm, Sir.-. Crerer they Had Ihe leader ;ol- Independent western strange fact that broujbl these Iklngi about. There was, 1 only one thing tefofe'lhem, Ihe irln- nlng or the war( atid nmiorlly o( ,tho people of, were pledged. I for Ma old I.anrlor, he had Iho and admiration, they nmst part. posltc directions Jiiahlnj nn carnesl.asmMl InK o( tho palronage Calder slated specifically. Idit phlf'Oiii Ihkl term would Ihc union fid'losses so grave Lbit-he .was oblig- ed to 'depart. A attempt .Jn." ,Wiih unlmporlant forces failed .Ovtrwhelmlng Foreei. the recent operations the en- emy employed the'ma'or fleet anil'hli overn'lielralng superior- ity enabled him to carry out debarlt. allon raplilly and succeEsfnlly." Our fleet oiily was abfe lo'do its'test, to hinder these (efforts and to Inflict inajlmum losses. With Ibis. phlect ire delivered ecrln ot us ing all tKe naval wooices In our possession. "As a result of these operations enemy lost through mjnn, snbn-arlna attacks and aHll'ery fire, Iwo'driwd- mines. The'wreck ot the to'rpidp boats, ono transport numefods inlne steepen, all of which were.pot 'ont of action. Their ultimate, is unknown. We v have 'ntabllsbed the actual losses of onlj 3b lorpedo boals, two of which irtn'ot Ihe small Ivps and irere sunk bjr. gnn- llra Irom our ponltlonB on Moon If; land. The other torpedo boals were funk in corahs fs or nloirh up by inines. ''hTe wreck o[ Ihc torpedo hoal'T-6S is viai'uia on a ssr.dbli-.'on KnBfiar Bay. Further our tioastlbal; terles suck four eneiny torp.cdo lioala. -v "0'jr- losses are the balHeshjp Slava and a large lorpedo toct slrdyer of the' Grom tTpe.' Kclency of our other ships nialhtalncd completely." v _. 0- lie rCTiabi -a; 'i'. f. Abandon Cohtctipftftn Ottdwa, OcC positively In Hie Yukon (n' offtcfol- clftles Ih'at Ihere luve lo report li BO p tounttUbh'. ior slorlce to the imllllluT' service wilb .Hi work with of carrying firsl drafts on Dcceni.her 1C. boards; will have a vlili'iill-ilit applied lions "Mr.'exMiiifoa Wit fhere Is no; to Kcllcre'lhal II cannot he HcWrnipllaficd. .The only Hil'tV which, las hcen made, fuliiif'cnrl liils bccanM n( more .finis io V tiftrU.I and eicmplloh bM'rdi will tot com- mence their work SffiMtti ifler Hn> elat- here.'.- In lovernmenl circlet Ihs.UWiUan (hati conjcripllon will be, afcaAfoned with. OaAu'deal 'At last night by. raftiiiten, r tht. i; cablaff in' torpedo boats of (he T-M class built djsplacsd U5 tons'and had VcprnplemenVo! 16 men. Th'r-y ire 1B4 feet In lengtli. Tbe' battleship Slava, wliote had been-reported dkpUcfd. She. .bad.. complement of'iZE'men and 370 feel In'lingth. m' of the Groin were built in I'.l.U ran'd; They complement oj S3pmen m4-a. length o'f-'Ul-'-leet. r Anticipate Allied Effort.- mlllUrr critic of Ihe Svenaka DageWadet as; mir.iM: thlt Germany Is anticipating on attempt-by an entente Heel to force an enlrance Into Ihe Baltic .in consequence 6' German suciMses In Ilie Qulf of He ttfi Ihal netei' since the war has such ft number bf deslroyers and been sleUoned In th4 nelshborllood of (he bells, Ilie between Ihe Islands of and Ihe sound belnetn Denmark Sweden. Fjllf bave made an Xtempt al ki'VMpM: landing' on. Ibe Esthpnlin. cowf. war 'ofllde annoancea .tbal driven br i-' 'J-v-.; ai prwif the' baah. at union' iorernmnit Is the p CONTROL OIL inldSslffltloa-KlH loinfRSj 6( Ike tko sl ad- Edmpntoi, t election tn '.1 from.the enliy rf MM> Otorgt P. Snllli. .Inlo caMnel ;