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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 25, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta ffetaH LKTIIBHUXiK. ALHKIITA; THURSDAY. OCTOHIW 23, 1917 NTMIiKIl 207 AUSTRIAN DRIVE OTTS-4JNIONKiANDlDATURES ARE BEING DISCUSSED They Helped Hun Invaders in Their Success Oesel Troubles ANOTHER Ar'EMPT AT LANDING KAILS ffew Austrian Offensive Li 11 don, ,OcL, "thousand prisoners were taken by Ihc Austro- Gercuan forces on thei llallau front in the beg Inn I UE of their'of tensive yes- terday, according to .Vienna advices sent by the Centra? News correspon- dent. Ju Amsterdam. Italian s Home, Ocl." advantage of their brJdgehenO ol Sautu JMaria apj Sactn Mida, the Auslro-ucruian forces which yesterday hcfcau au of- on the Jaonzo front uroii.grU Hie bailie onto the of (he rid go (west) bank of the leonzo, says today's official statement. The en- emy brohe through the Italian ad- vanced llnlE on UiQ leonio. Powerful Austro-Cerman attacks. were also made on the Ralnslzza plateau and at- i Oct. 25. Ge.-man ioinpts to make another lan-llufi on the Worder peninsula In llic rculon of Lambu were -yesterday RusslDii artillery fire. the war ot- Cce announced today, Evacuate Kronslad ivtroffrnd, OcL The evacuation of the civil imputation of the naval Laeo oMCronaindl hos bejjuu. Tim removal or Ihc. civilians horn Kronaladl. which la the most import- ant Husstan. naval base, probnbly'ls n -military measure. The civilian twmula- tloii VB movine from Tctrograd, from the government also ivlU fio lo Moscow- The evacuation of Ileval, .mother importnut port on Ihc Gulf of Finland, woe raporHccJ last week. No Naval' Action llclsingford, Ocl. There has been 110 naval action in the TJaltlc or- In the Gull ol'Finlau-J (Juriug Ihc last two days. The Ilnidiin rlcol 13 guarding vigilantly the en- trance to llie Gulf of Finland. H 13 not believed thai llclslngford la inuuuceil (he German successes In (he Gulf of Rlgn. No measures of evacuation have been lafcen cxccp; that HID' Families ol officials Imvu been mlvlscd lo leave Uic Finnish cap- Jlal owing lo thb scarcity ot jifovls- Ion's.-'; Aided by on the of Motile San Ga- brlele but these checlied the llallaus who took, hundred lirLsoners. The Auatro-Gurnian offensive ,JJ the .Ger- Mel Death-C. P.'R. Yards, Ovl- Chief Fire Bri- gade Here Once Calvary, Ocl. P. Kronlng, switchman tn Ihe C. P. R. west yards, iv.ig Inslaclly killed last night while riding on the side" ladder avfrelBht' ]Q., a car. It Is Buiiyoscrt lie struck Eome> e'er many a: struck at on llic IBOUZO line, near FUtscli anil In Iho region ot TolinJtjo, The attack apparently Is lie log developed west of Ihc river In TulniiDO area. Santa ul.cxa fa on the west bank three uillos below! Toluilno, Mhtch Is east ot tbe river. 1 Berlin Reporl- llcrilu. Oct. captures tn prisoncrs anJ hocty have beeu'made j by tlic Austro-Ccrinan forces aUack- the Kalians on tho ISOQZO Trent, army hcadquaTiers announced loday. The prisoners Include anJ I rlgatle sdUft. Tito lotal laken oxccuds The Mils front Is conUiiulcg. ARE I SANK CLEARINGS This week Last year rcr cent. KAffilSSMM IDOL OF THE PEOPLE So Says Escaped i Michaelis For Delaying Peace nmiii In. of Ocscl aiid .Moon Is.nnfls la the Gull or s Jllgft i toy 'fijrinpalhlzefs there is told by M. VlslJneyshy, sent-to serve .conditions .inerc nnd iyho es caped-In on-open'boat after.the-.oqca pal Jen. He'dMcHfief thc.her6l6'cffofU made by th'e.'ptrlcers to; roily, ttifclr men apd nsserls that several of. (hem, Including General AJarUnofi, command- er ot the garrison, comniHtccd suicide when the. Iropps'surrcndcrctl. That the Germans had liiiowlpdee of! condliioiis on tun indlcaled by llic liic. thai Ti'buii Aviator Safrono brought 'dow 11 tv German hydra-aero- plane, 'ihe. dead. occniiaiiL was .fciind LO have coniplele plans not only: of ex> Jaline bul'proposed'fortlflcatlone. Oa the plans were marked places for bombing. General >.crt.nalTs scoutj observciVlanlerns Hashing 'from .the shore and upon JnvcstignHon round a deserted cabJn. with a lo the roof. Hciunrcs ot-canvas fount! lying .on the ground iverc rc-moveil later were plated by a mysterious hand. In fin effort to stem tUe surrender ol large bodies of troops, Vlaluiovfifcy nnd olhcra pretended to he sending signals lo 'Russian ships Sring heljj. instructions by soldier couiniilteen.-lio says, thai those wish- ing to gucrcritlcr-should gather under iThltc flaga. Suicided Rather Than Surrender Commander Shlsoko, of Ihc Ileval hatlMlon'.Df tlealli, It'la rein led, hand- ed hb' sworrl to a soldier, styln'e: "I naver will return home. Those who can jnay save themselves or die _ns ulicreupon he'shpl himself. The Ger- liuins Kfive.lwohours In whlcli lo sur- render. The majority or Ihc garrison nave up (heir anna within this lime. Fate.of. Romanoffs PciroErarti Oct." Hiisslan preliminary according lo llic shortly will discuss the talc of.the Romanoff family, now Imprisoned near Tobolsk, Siberia. Par- lliuMr attention wl.J be paid lo (he 1 riiicsUoh or. the eventual banishment abroad of.llic former emperor and his v-immediate object as Iho car moved along, and was thrown .under the. wheels and run over. "'.An Inquest wfll j LIG held lonlglir. The C. T- met ao im-i timely a denlh as related above, was j Charlie Kronlng, former chief ot Ibe fire department, jind belnj'delec-1 tfve-sereeant df the city police, and well kriOTFn'. in .Iho cjty .ihd district.. General-regret va's eiprwied in'the cilr OQ "receipt of the news ot his -rThe about 45 year., of age.-- Ho first flrurftd fn' jjethbridge-'public llfe'air-head.ot the ffrst'paJll fire brigade' pi lie look hold of the'volunteer, brigade, in 910, and orjanlze.1 U 'frilo aj'pilfl de- partment ot In 1912" he joined tbe poUco: force' and was suc- ceeded ia head of bripde by Chief Hardy. Mr.-Rronlnf was in aile detective sergeant, and served under former Chief Davli. lie IcTi.tie forco In 1913 Edmonton .with Chief pavls. He -rail- roadlriff. He a-Trite.and farully In Calgary. Home, Ocl. Bcllomo, an Italian who has succseJeO es cor.ccnlralion camp iays that the pope's peace ApporlionmcBt lH Will Be Seven Liberals 'anil Five CoBserviiUves Medical Board Dates Are Set Tho will si? in Lcthbridge tor il-.e cxaiuloaUon ol Class 1 men on November 1 and "J. N'ovcmlicr S and 3, and November 15 and 12. The first Moclcod sillies will be ori October 1'S and 30-Odlj' uion who have registered ivlll be and lo appear lido re Uie board will receive notification by letter" from the provincial registrar. A number o( local men today received their notification to appear before (he board on Its sitting ht're. Only those nphi> have In-en tuuimoucd Ip appear will be allowed to go Leforc the board which will sit on the tltlrd floor of the post office. v WILL FORMKH MEM11ERS Calgary, Ocl- James l.ougtiirtd -ani. en-Premier Slfton held a here to- day, the provincial political sit- uation and trie apportioning of seats to the parties being dis- tufted. i The unlonUtbi have decided upon a in can- didafe'i west W the Great Lakes" that would mean for Alberta and five Conser- were BeUcted In vAiberta seats and Conwrwative: candidates In the remaining'fhre seatf. The ruLe that for- mer parlliment who are .the: p'refe'rence. CKiawa. Ottawa, Oci.'V; "The PERMIT SALE OF v OLEOMARGARINE OUawa, Ocl. maim- faclure and F.ile of oieomlirgar- v Inc, which has been prohlLilcd In Canada since iho eighties, v is now pflrccilttctj. An order- In-councll hae been passed re tho pruhiblilou. V V V Conservatives and Liberals Shut Up Shop and Unionists Succeed Them lEBATEOTElJ.SJ Winnipeg, Oc'.. Hcgiiia corrcsiioi.dcnl ot Ihc Tele- graiu, says: "I.asl nlglil (lie livo poll! leal or- lilzaLlons have for lie control of tlio governraellt-since Iho Lcrrkorl-at stains was abandoned In 190C, passed oul ot cilsiencc Tor Ihc period of Hie war, so far. as (eil- I'rmcri PosiUons Now Overlook Valley Leading to I.aon and Otrrtr Important Places GERMAN ATTACK IS EASILY REPULSED proposal aroused'great hopes auiong the Germans, which Lho people believe liaells hns JaslieJ, The GcriD3D's. delesl the Italians, ani la many'- conslltuenclfs two or more Lib- eral pr. Labor; niiy dcslro'lo run anr1 but hate Ihe Kngllsli more than any i be rucogulzed government rccl other nation as England is supposed candlSalea. Under'Uie mtltUiiT vote's lo fee the nation which prolonga Ihe acl, Jt Is tbe, dntr' bl the prime mln- Paris, Oct. progrees was- made last night by ihe French on the Alane front between Charls- non and Mont .Singes. .The French war olllcc statement Issued (Ms afternoon thai llie of vras captured by the French and lhal a number ot prisoners V--CTC taken. Twenty-fire German alr- planee were brought down by French last night or compelled to land, In n damaged condition. Official' Statement The announcement.follows: "Xorlh of the Aisnc the-situation la thc'Eec- lor between llraye En-Laonnoi? and Cliavlgnon was not .changed during, tho night. Ori the front Mont DCS Slgnes and Chavlgnon our tr'oops ma Jo further progress and, -K.H.WL.X, formed, Dr. Dowmsii, pf reached Ilohay Farm. The nunAcr Indignation ot tlie refusal ol the own- president, of Ibe Conservative 'of prisoners laken up ID Uat nljht.ln cr of Ihe only assembly hall In As pin- association, resigned Wllh qlher j ibis region exceeds 500.' wall a village "near here to perm it their hca.dquaftcrs in the i "There were vigorous artillery en--' "Similar'.steps gageinents In the region of Ccrny-En-- T i ipccially in lhc 0[ We dispersed, .German, patrols ivhich attempled to'approach our lines east, of An attack, on llic Snplgncul brldRChcad, Villagers Refused la Subscribe, j and Their Town Was new nallonal government tssoclallon ClbsW Up Manilla, losvn, 'Oct. of Saskatchewan. Thfs k' llig climax of (he uejotlatlons wlilcb have been under way since Hie 'letScral' ubloii staieniEut Iiaufed tonight; ___ ____( i__....._ In j forumllou or., nallonal j thc'uFC of Jaiasc liy" Ubcrl'y'ioan j capital were closed. ''Similar .steps j gageinents In ce; Government' liaa-iChanged the jiolit- camp.iigncrE.i silrrld more than sev-1 taken by Ibe Liberals. ,Hpn. J. I [.aonnols, esj ns throughout .Canada, of Manilla to such .A- Calder acting theni In .the ul- Vauxmairoiis. eDy-vc czns o ana o suc resentment tbat they descended up- iimale arrangements. liTe unionists The kaiser IE not adored taltli as' before, byt allll rltli war, blind crated and respected. Till three men most liked by the people are Ibb tlic crown prince and Hlnden- ire: iurg. Idldalc, hut RETOIGON Dr. Robertson; FArjecuta This Prohibition to Come By Next ry, Ocl. Roh crlsori, chief advisor to' .Kood Con 1 roller JIanna, his audience in the: Central night by before 'next spring (he conaacbplipil pi beef would he prohibited. lo use Ills Influence (he p'ro- LfbJlion of the 'ol Jcc tec cream ftinie lime ho predlcled thtft Ip; AboHah icQ cream would be to-JricrAtje iHe prkc ol milk, lie the killing ,o( not. forbidden, (hit H iikei .two for them lo grow ind n6l the quantHy ot'meaL BOW' fcnd eddeil (liat I? tofbMdan lo sell caLlle would kill them on Ibo them. ,I3r. lut allll 111 th re. Ifiler to a candltlHlo In each povernraenL can- didate, may .'receire the on ihe little towrh today closed all central organization be an execu- Blores, obtained tho arrest of Ihe.I've committee, composed, equally _ _______ alcitrant hall owner.'and secured of liberals and Cooeen-Btlves, and enemy made after a violent bombard- for almost the each constiluency will, mCnt; was repulsed. quola of tho .township's bond allot- exccutWefi. Blmllarly organized vpn mcnt. The name ol any ctllzcn ol'which will dcrolro nhilMdan nf Ihe luwn. ivhfch fs a (Terman settle-1 calling conventions The linger of the people Js- cbkfly. .Mlcliaclls, who IB iccused of delaying peace. i jYtrsuuar, or RaUed aeals.can ha.bought The aiily thing allowed aiid recommended is sleep, ._ "rotes E V'foi' a particular can- fovernnehl It ______ _ s given lo Ihc federal" .auhorllles lor lous, dlvldlg the. province by uieut, who illfl :nol buy a was cailWatcs. "On the left bank ot-thc Mease' there" was heavy arllllery fighllng Jnt IhVseplor ol Chaume -Wood. "In ifre.. region ot Ep'arges wo cirrlcd'oui a- operRtloii enabled Rumania in Fight to End Jessy, Rumania, via Rumania, will fiebt to the li.lller end until the for tlic freedom of (hi world and (he restorallcn of the rights ol small nations is achiev- ed, Queen Marie of Rumania today told the Associated Press. "Never will wo lay uur arms uuLll Ibe cause to which we have con- secrated our lives is vfndlcnted." America's aid. Queen Mario declar- ;Si.' Etipporlflrs- ol-' union' ''gbv'e'nihieol, whether'Conservative, or Independent, should confer logcth- er and see if fficy cannot agree on a candidate who will be-acceptable to, and who, may be designated !bjr the premlei (he eoverncuent candidate for the purpose of 'tie military -Tot- era art." Anoiher Story. Ocl. AlHertan ruornlng: Bolh union-can- didates Jn Calgary mayt be Conserra- tirea.i Of course that has "not been definitely decided, aud will not be decided until Ihe local organization make, the decision, but It is General- ly understood now ihtt such an out- to'nie "would nol be unexpected. Sir James IxJughced and-Air. Sifton were In conference during yesterday when hift. question ol the apportioning ol party was under- con- aldcrallon. They gave .but no'alalc- tuenl at Die end of the day. .11 Is an nvcsLlgatinn Bhd tlie slalrj council of Ing ten tp Uberalsyaffd bring bach. prisoner si. defence ordered Ihe resignation ol 1 "German aviators threw .flown two Ihe town marabal. -t J homba at Nancy. Thero.were no inpnn IKEII nuppcn ed, came at ihe crucial hour whon the. derslood, however, that the unionists nfied-vas gYeatest. She spoke feel- have decided upon o 50-50 division In Irigly ,p[ Rumanian reverses during candldales west ot the great .Lakes, the thirteen months the kingdom has Thai tfould mean, when figured out, been at war. "s seven-LJlerals for Alberta awl five Conseryatlvcs, In all conferences throuehqiil" ihe Dominion, the rule lhal unionist members in Ithe Jest parliament, will get the 11 BE Ml! Rritish Gpvt. Makes Effort at Greater Co-operation Between and Labor Pelrognd.'Oct. Ger- mart retreat ,pn norlSern end of Iho The war off ice reports, thai the Ruiilan ioit touch In torre tors .with the retiring Germans, Who' destroyed rehdi and building. wpMEN WORK IN .MINES. Oct. client Jo which the place of-me h, in Ilia mines (n.Gernuny U rilscloiet! .In a- gqverhniefil Jual iWrlng Iho Jnat qilarter of 1516 Ihofo -were ao comjiared with 7.265 ,-eni- llie'Samb poVloiVof 1914, Vot.lhs' employed In mines also nliow In And .-In palil.Bhflw InCrtage, I.' >n( paco wJlt jrcaicj Adit Of Krfnz. i Oec- ..Mllnn that fia a rwM-prtductr there was less wan IB In. turning, barley Into beer thnn (n focdMf It td ftal.riuils to produce milk, pork, kcrd beef. S r' TORY CANDIDATE-AT 300. Oct. llic convenlldn here ol tbV.Cobsem- tlvc Mfcror Hlrhpupn of Sault Stc. ftjtrlc, qnanfftious ancccerl-A. C.'Boyce, ns member for Iho: federal -rlolns of Saull Mario Hlioiild the UberiLa and labor 0i.rly not ilceldo lo cooperate In thft choice of P. union candWilft the present prospects there telll be Con- scrvallve, Liberal, Indn-1 pendent Liberal, ,-'ln (he flelfl. Tha LlbBTfl.: conyentlon wilt London, Ocl. WUh the unofficial last nljjhl employee.. would form' a jjrcal combination forV lhc of protecting the plnlcre'iilB of Cflitital and In. an endeavor to Ad- just lhc relations belwee.i employers nnd employees, the govrnmcnt Is- rl a statement the effect It AUopteil as jtarL or. Us iroMcy.'ot Industrial reconstruction the reconi- mendadona of the special commit I which reported lasl .lime. The Coni- mlllco advised eslabllshmenl '6( Industrial councils representing, (hi Iradc unions and .employers' nssodt- lions The councils will deal among other things with Ilio means for sccilr" for the workmen R greater shart, In controlling the- condUfon.. of Isbor, irllfi a rearljnstnienl of wngcs so.lhil Iho workers will obtnln a U the Increased properlty of InrfjitrV, the cslnhl'lBhtnent of regular oda ot eeltllnc differences anr. _o.hef nienns of Jnanrlng close coopmtlchS Melbourne, Heuter'a SIR WM. HERSHEI, IN LONDON London, Oct.-- William Jomcs Hershel, discoverer anil 'de- veloper- ol the system of idenllflca- tlon. by dlert 5'eslcrday: Slr.WIHlapi Janies Hershel served In, Lhe civil service In India from' 1S53 lo IBM. lie discovered the itsc ol finger prints In, 18511 in 1S1E "inltli'.cil this means '61 Identi- fication-Tor In BenEal- Ile was (ho Author of the ''Origin ot fingerprinting." Slr-Wllllaniiwas born Fie was the grandson of Sir William HerBbel, the English astronomer and the gpn of Sir John Frederick Ham Ilershcl, whom lie succeeded In Ihe baronelcy In 1871. Paris... Oct. 'one French was 'sunk by a Eubmarlno'.or mine..during the week ending Oc- tober 21.'. lost measured under Four..vessels-were 'attacheil nnsucccsefully by siilimar- in'fes. Oyster TEDDY'S CHARMS Y., Ocl. -Alter with employers -and n view to attaining Detter con- bh ,v 01. suii'l a erfort i In Jllluns c[ employment slandirrl of domfort for the wfrrl The statement thnl i Urge i ler ,o Valley nnd Medicine Hal. Whether a Mitral unionist will'be chosen tor Untile Hlver or 'Viciorln Is nofyct. iJeclika, bill it Is uellevcil Hit thc'I.iljcrnla will contest tbe for- infir nnd Ilio Cons.rvSlivcs Iho latter. 7ne fificbnd Conservattro In Calgary iflll probunl. be T. M. Tweedle. Endorses Silling Members. Oct. Ottawa coVrpspondcnl of (be Free 1'reaa sayB ll tlint union minis- lefs 'secureil an j 'tllUtiK members In tbe weat who had vo7ed for shall be en- (loraed, by llie government for tltc purpoaeS s. cclMcd, whllo Ihp new i created by redistribution shall eventually divided among Liberal 1 Wnscrvallvc unionist candldites.! corrcsnonaenl ilso slates that i M1 (s now announced, that W, F.' .Vickie, who some dcclnerl Id.'retlre Ion candid, lUled th toihra tgi..., other Unionist candidate .will be lion. Vfl S.'fkUlns, (orraerlr (Irst snt.ol Sir Wilfrid In. Nova Fleldlns .will likely run Colonel ilcUvered a stirring addrisV at' a Ijilicrlr Day gathering here' i'jisierdBj; Iho audi- ence suhscrlbeil rnore lhan ihe Liberty; Loan'. Ottawa, Oct. he' i up of the first o1t'mtri u.nder ihe mlHtary Vrvlef 'art' hai in a increase medical examTnfflionW'' Lait' Week lubmittecf tht'mieivfs, forl medical examlnltlon.and c-f.thisw were placed In medial I category "A-'V "thei'toUl.of; rneii exarnlned up to Ihe end. of lalt weok wai of iihom.W.ZOI are claued at .-Torcntfl led last week jn; the' number of medical examlrialiorHj.Vith. Monl: real iccond. A ESCAPED FIGHT WITH SUB. A Frcucli Scnporii-.VVcJnssrln'j-. del. Escaping from Ccrmaii suli- 'iharlnc after a Ijlllcri nglil- lasllnn iie'arlj- four hours, nnil will; sovcir "o[ her. crew wonnjcd, 'two. ot'tlibm scr- Imisly, Iicro this rnornliiB Crom Arniaigamated Fair Stampede 1 1. "Dilrlni Iho irenty-five "German airplanes' Were by our pilots' or fellj disabled in IhK ejicmy lilies." .Grsal'SJraelgtc Victory London, Oct. neuter's Ol-- liwa" Agency) "from French Iiendquarters, Jteuler'a corre- spondenl says: i "The strategic Intention of Ihe htgh commnnd In the Alsnc battle was finally to completely thrust thu enemy1. oft1 the crest line. Wo now hold prac- tically the entire line of the crest ba- Vauxalllon.'} In addition ive have sol commanding view of tbe Ailetlc valley from end to" end and also a view up the Arden val- ley, at tbe bead ot which stands Laon, vi'jw norlbward aoxoas the plain ovrr the enemy tlon to Anlzy in the upper (foucy Tor- I est-. II will be long before .tbe full t strategic fruits of the rlclbrr are gar- nered. tanks i cftectlrely despite lire Ijreak-neclc tents, accomnlislu.15 nil that wna re- quired of lliem. Persninfl Sa-.v Battle "General PersHng of the American army witnessed the battle and In- spected the conquered ground." Germans. Repulsed London, Oct. vvaV qrRce to- day announced (hat anbtticr Gcrtaan assault oftcr ex- ipasivG arllllerj- prcporaLlon lasl even- inp, Uic sLotcmcnt Bays. C. P. R. CARNINeS Montreal, C Ic llAflwty 'cJr'nlriBs October 21, iin week cndlnj Raymond and Ma- SratK' yViir'nofd, (air iridnamptie In Letnbrldfe Augiul next yuf, (4 receive dll.pvMJble aliffrom Raymond and '.'all the bentfli., the uninimoui dtfelc'-cd rej'ehfd si a Jolni meet-, ing of held In the Board tr.Tr'lde iwliding ytlttrd.y after- II a.verir'enthuilaillc ipretlded ever ,by and tft- evidence with who, .to m.iri, of i ftlr ind ilampede 'ncut .r M ,ui roy.lly WEATHEK n.te I only; SietsrB. S. and O. [rath, were of nlrectora, willi Hoy Knlsnf omry ivas1, chosen'as ,lol-. lows: from Mayor..llnr- lile, Coiumlssfnncr Oeo. Jlackay, E. H. Kalrfield, J. 1'eacofk, W. A. Hamil- ton. O..K. Chaa...-llyiiidp anil John McD. p. Kawha and'-1, King; from er, 11. IllnsMm, Ed. HAdjes '.Bml Krcit Xaircn. will, clwt .Ihcir own president aAif ylcp-iiresWeiit njrd look for a'. agcr. II didn't tal.e Ions lo eel down lo 'didn't inke long cither (of the' maclc dial tlie jor ono year only, hay Knlfh1. Ills experience waKV.thlll.jliiBiySnwU (nlra could noi be mine's pi'ylnf (ro- and .ought' to' iMjidorMd. said ho hkA'word (rtni the department st irint coiild bo glveii.lf the Raj-uiond fair wis-moTed held on Iho LethbrldfC p-oDndi.; -rtcreUrr of lo ur tblt tbf Ir soclity.'a (o tie ItKU up.tb for. mdrt.'i} Bligtim Edmonloni Od. _.. afternoon'denied the rumor rlr.rttd In Caljary that Hon.'X. .W-uCrou-Vould thortly retire as artorney" gtneral ind .that thero would bo. other bringing In A) G. MacKay ai'pfo-' vlnclal Mcretary...''.'. h. have net heard of the premier, I do not arrlllf- pate any chingei." Attorney: General !'l know nothlnj about any ilrch ytT LffI POSU1 London, come from any source tenay conllrmfng' tho reslRnadon of Dri ll____ Dernun chancellor. TtrtJ Lei- Jon report or n-. nKtmpi. A brief from tr' thing thit In cjmcernlrid the posllloB ;