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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 26, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta .YOU MK X. LKTHUimXiK. ALIH-ld'.V HtlD.VY, OCTOHIiM M'Mimil 208' GERMANS RETREAT IN FRANCE AND BELGIUM MINERS GET NOW 'Defllcrs' Profits Limited :ind Price Will lie Fixed From Time (o Time HOUSEHOLDERS NOT ALLOWED TO HOARD Oltaua, OcU ordor-In-coun fll 1ms beei) paeseil by tho Doinlnlon Kovernment" aiilhorlzlnff resiirallonsi ISRued by the fuel controller for Can nda, respecting the ininorLaUon and aalo of coal, vylilch go Into effect Die first day o( November. Provision U made for Ihc llceiislns of all Importers and ilcaleis In now doing buslnea? In Canada and lhat may licreaUer dcslro ID do so W. S. BALL RESIGNS TOHV NOMINATION. YV_ S. nail announces thai he has rwrgntd Ihe Conser- vallre jiDmlnallooi He says he Is iireparcd lo accept llie verdict o( a convention of all parllcj called Jn support ol union KoveromenL Union Preparing lo Henv- ily Tax Profits in Busi- ness Now Winnipeg, Ocl. 25. Hon. T.. A. Crcrar, minister ol agriculture In the netv union government, tonlglit dressed the women's non-partisan league. Mr, Crerar dealt first with the evils of eaylne that musi nnclc to Iho Juel controller before Ihe 21st. NO- TE inter, b'yi registered letter, a or Imiiorlcr's permU. Iionalllcs arc provided for dulng h'js! ness wllliaul ucrmIL Provision is al- so raadd for Ihc cancellallon oC per- mits ITI c.isea where any dealer has been fo-.mil Rullly of giving short weigh I ti ur where any other sufftclc'iit causo citsls. 'To Fix Prices Untlc-r the renulRlloiis every mine operator In Canada must forthwith pnler into an'aKrcemcnt with the fuel conlrollcrTflxins Iho maxlinum-prices per loii ho may charge Tor Iba out- put of his njlne. -r Rroflta Permitted The raofit fflr-reacMne prorlalona of ]irptIlB. BroKe'rsiare'allo'ivciI oT 30 cents-Tier' (qn'anfl retail dealers B'fium nol exceeding. 50 cents per ton. Thete maxtmura are allowed and ftborc reasonable overhead hfthd- llnE'ciiargw nnd will eifcclually do Tv-itS pronloerlng In coal The regulntJonn nisei Bol forlti lha nieUidd to be adopted br of coil to (he cnai .price, thereot-- Every two An avcrajje slnick liy sncli ilwlcrs ot thn cosi of nil coal on linhd which be tho governing tor the following licrlod ol Ivro T-'ccks. '.CarTt Hoard Coal Sirlngent, regulations nTc made in regard. Lo the hoarding ol coal. 'It' IB provided 'Inat, except Letwoen tbo tahnUis nt'r.-Ayrirand SciUember, In- cluslvo, tfncb year, no consumer 'shall obtain, any fiu'inllly of coal (n excess for two months willi -atlowanco of three tona. Provision lB_aIao made whereby de'al- ers muy" rctiulre a formal slatcmonl from their cuitomcr to tho effect.lha they arc not over-supplied according lo the regulations. May Seize The most drastic part of the regula every member of the1 union govern- ment was determined to do away wlih He rom pared the business of having on employee and Advancing him according to his uerlls, Irrespective of friendship of with Ihe costly and often corrupt niciJiods ui iue1 patroaogc conimltlcc. Speaking ol Ihe need. Tor Ion of wealth, .Mr. Crerar said Ihnt proliLs from business, war would he laid iiiidev con> rlbullon, and for lltla piirposn he 'avored the Income tai: To this Ihe new government, would give serious iinl iinuiedlale consideration, and he coulrt assure In em that war profiteer ng Jia5 been profllccrlne-In Canada hi the riaiton's salt! Iho the con trol now be5us'established by (be fobi Cost of Living Jumps and Coat Commissioner Orders a Wage Increase SURE TO INCKEASE PRICE OF COAL Calgary, Oct. 26, As n result. of the findings of the commUtlon appointed by the mine operator! and miners and( the government to McerUIn the increase in the cost of living from April 1, to Augutt 1, 1917, W. H. Armstrong, fuel controller for Olflrlcl 18, his fixed the Increase In pay due to the increased cost ol living at 20 cents per Irretpeclive of WJges reccivcdf This is In ad dltlon to the percentage increase arranged at the close of the coal miners'- slrlkc, Another survey will bt" tiVcn, starting December 1, and will be repeated every four months by. the commiMion. P. Wheat Ley, commistianer representing the miners, looks for a slightly great- er In create Ilie next time owing to the increase in. the cost of dry goodi. Austrian Drive Extensive, Prisoners Claimed Ilerlln. Oct. many places i ho longer requiroi) against the luac Oeruiaus a.re new fifljllug on I live Kusslau. armies, had beea sent j tn territory, Ihc tlerciarj an- nouncement says. The statement fi the northern wing ot Iho second Italian -army has been defeated and IE retiring. German divisions arc ad venting beyourj Karlrelt and Htm- Ootlr Karfreil and Boiuina are on the ivcst bank of llie Isonzo. Kar- freU Is In Oio.TRCCtor norlh ol Tol- uiliio and llonzhia Is 011 the south ot lhat city, Tlie Gcnnnns .passed beyond their says. Auri _ Ihreu' from strung hill tiDsItlpas. The have hcRim lo eyacuatc the llaluslzza- plateau, Fire. In Northern laly, Oct. the AssoclBicJ The correspondent slv- n an loilay lo E.CC Cor- zifi under a ra.n Of shells Iroin near- iy AustrliMi batteries, nnd lo look uiil from a casUc dommaline B lly on the- vast Btcnc of military 1 Berlm Heporl. pcrallons of which Uorlzln is thu Ilerlln, Oct. Heavy eaplurcs In jl'rateglc ccnlte- 'The vUit was sobers and- booty have been made made nt an opportune moment- jusl [by the Austro-Gerinan forcca attack- that wi J. W. McClain, of MoiUrch, Huvs Ranch South of Magrath Jinny cTiangDa In oWnersln'p of A meeting of the coal operators' ol District No. IS has been called to meet In Calgary tomorrow to discuss Hit-increase In wages ordered by Commissioner Armstrong. The increase of 20 rents iier day" miner In DistrlcL IS, .wjii.tb_dalf3.-.iroui an" Increase-in Iho-payroll-6C Iha rtlS; Irict uf 'at least..f a day. For AbKUBl, September aud. October, llie lliree months .in! which Ihc order it retroactive, .this will mean an 'in- crease of about in (he'pay roll mining companies will have lo raiEe, to meet the order. 11 fs that meeting in. Calgary'is to discuss Ihls phase ol the question, and also to discuss th fncreiEe In Ihc price of coal neces- sary to meet tlie wage increas'e. Whlla "the increase takes the form of a straight bonus lo nieel the Jn creasing ,cost of living- it amounts to more than fire per cenl. An increase In tho cost of domestic coal to meel this would be 25 cents, making "It famous olrt Southern Alberta ranches al (he pJt moulh Insleari ol nave been made this and the latest transaction Is that. Tfhlch in- tha purchase of: the Mendcn- hall ranch, lying along the Milt River nidge south of Magrath by J, McClafn of Monarch, known far- mer and horse breeder.: The Mendcnhall Ranch, irllh the Knight, Mclntyre ;tod KlrMgo ranches arc Iho along; the Milk Hirer ridge countrre Increased locally from lo 'G.DO for a single Ion nnd from 10.75 to Jll-25 for a two-ion load. lions ia nerhmiV tliat dealing with, together the'Block with cases of emergency, when llio fuel controller vrlll.hara power to renuJsl- llon any quantity' of coal in tho pos- Fesafoti of any consumer ,ln excess .of Iho Icgnl supply permitted unilor the reculntlann. ;lt la not Iho liilcqilon of the luel controller lo disturb Lhoso wlio have IJielr of fuel told, cxcopl In case of emergency w'lion the. public Interest may demand Ilial llicy shall share tho excess sup- ply wl'Ji thc'lr nelshborp. In working out ilila'pnrt of Uio the mayor, rcovc, warden or overseer of any raunfcipaUty may bo maflo agent of Ihc fuel controller. A provision of Iho regulations' Is Ihal no charge shall be Ihld against any coal dealer or broker without first sr.b in Siting, the facia lo the fuol fonLroller end oMalnlng hH consent In writing, Thli Is Lo avoid frivolous and to enable Ihe fuel conlroUer to consider com pin In Is ID tho llEtff'OI-'information S3 lo liln iioVneflfllon (br to entblft hlni'lo Eftt'Turthor cyldence to ensure that no prosecution (n without thci'o -bctrig reaaorRMe I rounds for nnch action. he exception of. 2300 aheep Mr. Me- Claln obtnfns ranch propoaltfona In 'Soulhern Alberta, Tlio price for the land and itoch Is sald-lo Lo The deal put through by Ihe Tilling Co. htre. Mr- in- to return lo Utah where ht will reside In Juturc. The Burns ranch al Milk RUer anil Ihc Cflmtron ranch, nprllietfil of lha are olher -large ranches sold this yean The. Knight runcnet ire aleo to be tn'ihc market. V Pctrograd, Oct. RuaiJan troops on (he-northern end of Ihe front, following'Ihe Oermnns In.lhclr Qcrmtrnj hussllin forces Oft the Coaal ,ol Ealhonla ?es- lerday repulsed a Ocrmin detach- mcnl. Ihe fiuaslan'uar office an jjolmced lodny. Tart 6f iho OeniiKii rwral HfjijadfOr, Including uomo nUlomoal urtils, anchoret; In KulvaM fjfly, thn iy rtf Moon lalanrl, In Iho !Mf[ fj OEFEA1ED8YV01E Romt, Ocl. rWlintllon of- thi uhlmt WM by BoMlll. Borne, Ocl. tile KOVBrnmen ID the chamber of clcp- ullt.i Icd-iy wlicn riilo ot cWtdcnco 311 (q 9S. The .KalUn parllameilt Us aenilori. Ihen .iwb A rtispitcri from Turin It IT >M ItmL Iho poiltton o( Itie nrnmcnl biciase of llio rloU In Tarlr) during Ihc laUer part o[ Auguit.nd 01 Ihs Kendnl food orlltt t Ilily. The rood Cnnerft Awlrlt thi fopil fltnatlon. Tr.e (llryitcti tikM (he governmonl would !Vie' pilled upon by pnrllstnCTil lo Juallfr iti ictloi; Tha notnfi correspondent of Iho Pctll Pirlslaiv YeJSor'led Thu Uinl iiollllcal circiev-li. convlncc'cl-llint Minhter. of (ht; Inter- ior Orlaritlo i'riiiH be upon (o form A national o'.Jri.ittry. 111 LABOR MEN' lo tills (rout. At the same lime ihc (ierman general Btaff had awakened to the possibilities of the Italian front, anil sheila from large calibre German guns were fallins for first lime from ihc enemy position on Monte San Gabriele and around Monte Husso! This, with iho fury ot the tfcrnian [ire, made it evident llml the enemy would seek lo regaVn llie', vasi Daiu- Elzza iilateau, which the Italians re- cently took, with iiO.OOO prisoners, as Iho Italian strip on the plateau open- ed the way for them lo sweep over Ihe Carso range back of Trieste and thus threaten Ihc Ausirlan clclciiscj of Trieste. It was therefore to'pro lest Trieste and forco back tho Ital- ians to the old line or the Isonzo riv- er lliat the enemy forces were London, Oct. French and led, picked Hmdeubiirgcrs. Sasous, British troops are attacking today In JJavartanB'and olbers were added to J ihe Ypres region, Iho war office au- Uie Austrian forces, and Ihc opening inouncog. OlTcusive Full Both ttelgiiin and French I-roisls jtnd (xmiiaiLs Have Bmi Unable (o MaUe :i Stand Anywhere Huns Kcjmlsed at Verdun Heavy Loss. FItliXCII IX SIGHT OF LA OX, YE GEUMAN8 OX THE HUN stages of (ho oneilslve were ilcvelop- lite- Auslriniis anil Germans nauEurallnc Ihelr heavy offenslre _rom Ihc norlii m ilie cftorl lo re- fleem Lhcir rcccnl heavy losses. A- heavy lionibanimcnt ad inillalcd llie- movement, with he lUlian batteries alone e Inn f- ft twenty miles run- liiiE.ucrbss Uainslzia plateau to- srirds Tolmlno. -As the correspon- dent passed'' "along Ihe' road from leadciuiirlcrs sliellaj were falling frce- y three inileiVoulstde, Gorlzla.' and iicre was a steWv Toar'ot guns of nil calibres, ilie We lo the Such an. oCfeViBive ,Iiajl Ijeen aiilicl- pited for aeVerardays aR-InftnTDalipn reichltiE' headquarters showed, ,ibai Ihe enemy was ttme -ftioTB" ol Aus'.riiu IB (Le. north; wliere ill cy" were ling tiie JIallnns on the Isouzo fronl, army headquarters announced tortay. Tlic include divisional anil tirigade stalls'. The tolBl prisoners laken exceeds. The lighting on this front is continuing. Italians Retire. the Austro- jertiiaii pressure on the Fsonzo front he Italians have withdrawn (lieir ines lo the border (n one sector anil arc- preparing for tlic evacuation of he plateau, (lie war of lice innounced today. Prisoners. Ilerlln, Ocl. The Aulro-Germaus in their offcn-' slvc on the ISODZO trnnl have cap- tured more thavi iirlsoners, lliij (oiilce announced today; ''More SQO guns Also were .laken. Shortage-in Leaiher, Food, Fuel and Other Commodities Must -Wenr Short Skirts CopenliaRcn, Oct. 2C, Sfcme of the prospects which Ihc Herman people upon to (ace Ihe coming winter are officially announced In the German, newspapers as follows: There- ts only ugH shoe leather for the Use ot miners, fishermen, canal workers and, a few allied trades. The nUiiufaclurc of leather footwear for Ihc rest of the population will soon he" suspended. They will have to get n long with wooden soles, find, cloth dig shortage In vege- The French and Ilrlllah are mak- ing sMlsfadory In their iiew ntlatk. The statement follows: SM5 this morning attacks launched by the French ami HrltlsL. armies north, northeast and cast of Ypvcs. The allied troops nre reported to be making satisfactory progress. "Rain fell heavily during'Urn-lal- ler part of the night and is still con- tinuing." Frcnch_ Captures. Paris, Ocl. village of Draeiliank, fapcgned Wood and a number of fortified farms were cap- tured by the French in arr.iUack auuehecJ IhlB morn leg 'on (he .Klan- lers front, the war .'office reports. Hundreds of prisoners .ivcr'e French Official, The slalcrncnl In-. Bel- t'lum we attacked at air o'clock Ihls morning the be- tween Drlcgrachtan .and, nfaelbnuk. Oiir, troop's croased'-tlte jansbeek ami liir CoverbecK'with'the lo'iliulr Acetyline Plant Blows Up Injur- ing Mr. Kulh and Mr. Mclntosh GERMAN iilASSACRJSS .Christianla, Oct. Sfi men's of Norway haa a resolution .ag'ainit Qerrran mastacre .of defenceleis Norwegian seamen in the.rfcent In world (l ..harrifipd In ipite of tubTtiaririf: war horrors Here Wai no question of' a war mcaiufCi but of murder a degrtr. would have, brought a bluah to Ihe (ana of Ihe uppers. There -is Washington, Ocl. ecutlve council of the American Federation of Labor has declined to participate Jn an International convention'of workmen and soc- lallatt .of all countriei suugested by the executive committee of the RuHlan workmen's and lers' council declaring to hold a re nee at thti ttmcf- would be untimely, Inappropriate And conducive to no good BUCKING ICE IN NORTH. Dmwion, Y- T., Oct. learier Nasutlln, Ihe last boat this year from Uawsoti nrrlred'ai Whlle- horae Rnfcly-loilny with 70 Iticludlng: passengers and crews who leave WhHchorsc tonight by special- train Cor Skagnay to make, conrlec- tlons'wfth n steamer for The Xasudln biickctl..the Ice al. !ho y (o Selkirk (n d hnzardoiis run to Ihnl iwint, nfler which (he river WRS clear. The Inunch Falcon, wllh1 heavy mnll for nawson la raaroonert somewhere between Isnac Creek liftfl Stewart'for the lasi (hreo dgyj. thV river, (a full of heavs" Ico. T tables nnd no tiopo of any material Improvement tn the fresh vegetable supply: The turnip must'again bo one of the mainstays of, Ihe German diet this winter, although lo a less degree ;han last vcar. The fuel problem lias not been solv- ed despite nil the efforts made lor Its soludrtn, and the city populations may expect lo nollco the results o[ Ihls fact, keenly. The-coal commlBEloner prophesies Ihat (he pinch (vrlll be fell here and Ihcrc within the nexi few days. Tlie railway administration of Sax- ony annovnceil thai railway travel will not be allowed without special per- mit. Soldiers In1 the liome camps are limited In (heir week-cnrt furloughs, nnd Saturday and Sunday trips of mdlhers and sweclhearta to see the bojrs In camp arc stopped In order to tut! down railway Iravel, The Prus- -V W. -A. BUCHAr4AN RESIGNS NOMINATION The execullre of the I.elh- bTldge LMslrlct Liberal IftLlon on with the fesfgoJitioii nf W. the tlb- cudMile nomtnitcd In reflfgnatlon was tendered ,to the president some ffaya Ago, Mr, kucV anan declared .hlmaftlf -a supporter p( union gorenr merit. V 4 Residents of Iho downtown sct-lioii of the city were slarderi last nigM shorlly. afler 11 o'clocls an cs- plosiuu which nulled (he windows arid was heard Cor blocks every rtireclton. The acctdcnt occurred al (nc" plant _bf.. Kulh's Oiy-acclylenc welding plant next door (o the Her- ald, nnd Mr. Kutli nnd Jack Mclnlosh an employee' of' Illck-Sclil's, are" In (he' hofinllal today atiffcrlng (painful Injuries. Tho explosion came'from a carbide generating plnnt in llio rear room of the. building, ami irreckeil the oul the glass In the front wlndaws, a portion of the back wall a ad Hie partitions of Ihc of the Tolfcrago or. v Ire cable sya T n, Oct.' loca. Iho carbide tank tfcra of trans jiortailpn iTelghts orcr otherwise; The lank of Ihe carbitfo generator hnd been leaking nnd last evening Mr. Kuth nnd his assistant had drain- mounlain chasms has'been timed li an mnaylnR degree of -b; the Ilnn'an engineers.Under slnn railways sull. follow cd. removing all llic w.ilcr and all IsurG of the and the the believed. Later Uhe army for quick In tfce-evening .Mr, Kutlt nnd Me-1 munitions, supplies and ef.feu-'larg Inlosii hud 'gone over II, welding nil pieces of artillery as ,an friclile'iit) o tho joinlfl. They1 -liail Jusi anoulcom-' the campaign tri Ihe Julian Alps.-He pleled >hclr work al 1[ o'clock when i ports from the taltleficlria. .'recJelt-ei' the.'explosion'.'becurrcrt. No one can J hero today descrluc pneVsuch'syaccti Clve a very clear reason ns la why spanning a vnlley two, thirds of Lhe explosion should have occurrci 'deep, the cable .on that enough' wnttr and [stretch from peak a jengtb o carbide had been letl In Ihc tank to'four hllomclres or conslder-atly 'CAT Illl it'vlUi'gas to such a. pressure Ihai It gave the strain. -The 'explosion was hcp.rd by Chief Hardy Rnd'olhbrs in the police Finally, aftpr the fasfilon plnlca for winter arc out, the government has decreed women's skirls must be made with R reduced amount of ma- terial, which will necessitate ihelr tic- Ing in a do both shorter nnd tighter. CASTRO MUST LEAVE t TKINIDAD NOW Povl of Spain. Triniunu, Oti. Clprlario Castro, former president of Venezuela, lias been requested lir iho govcnimcnl lo leave Trlnltlatl- Tha general declared his residence hfttc bail protested poMMcftl filgnlflcancb to fill nl I til.', of. the year but (s preparing to .depart. lie at- Crlbutfd- his ezpiikfon (o. American Intervention, Genenl heAn trtvelllng front -land to an- for >ears, lladtni many porls agalaaL him. Lilt mofith the of i fchort tlty, M New. Vork, sallcil for TrtoldAd. WEATHER Lwo Rntl capable bl _ ton loads while another' llv kilometres long or about two and rVn thirrls mllca and suspended Ion; nnd'IhcT, thinking a safe had sulf 505 yarilj ileop.'is'able lo.'trin been blown, rushed 0111 to InrestlBJle. .port loads Tho'y fourld nnd Mr. .Mcln-1 would easily handle loan badly nseil.Mp aud Immediately an irabulancc. riishlng them lo ilh the barrel, Yrdii rrl.igo. The Italian Qall Atr. Kuth had Ms arm tue IIHUBH engineers narBioeco badly cut by the zinc of the carbide so experl that Ibey.ctmjalrdclfsl 16 lank .while h IB eyes were af fee led by of these Rcrlal syBtema- jn ihey have already bttliFmo'rs )jit Iboiiaarin hlloflieitea-ofiUieiu.i'. the >.'r. Oyes'we're" Sieve rely injured hy being two I flllert with narljMc mixture from the exploded (cink-..tloth ivere doing well _ i ently Injured. WAS'FOR ALLIES, lo E'staterrieni.mntle last night b; Unlteil Stater. Attorney Ixickwoort Ihe' large' qnntfty of sugar found In d Buffalo Va'rehbuEO on Tuesday and which Kisviflfd'lo have been stored .lei'evade th'o footl'con- Is founded for of thft'ajnes, DAUGHTER ,N MONTREAL, 1 dftughlcr oi American'prHlflerif, sang In Wtnilior Mfihl In Aid ol the Csnid- iM RJrt Cross; s Miss WIlnon'M I Ion .conliil. She was loVIng--tui by Ihc i Hr-Uh, An mW owt cirrled by' 44 to. ,The tfie t .M wtll of ,The t nl progress in spile of tlie difficulty the ground. The village of Drael- mk, I'ojicfiocfl and nuniurous ,rms organized aa points of support, el Into our hands. We look of prisoners. "The eight was caliu on the front crln of HID Alsne, ihe enemy under-, ook no reaction a tecblo riillery fire. Our troops are or- Ing llie positions captured onj he Eoutli bank of the Olse-AEenc where the enemy blew up the ridges on retiring. "In the Argonne area attacks on ur small posts were without success. "On tlic right liauk of the MCUEO, Verdun Tronl) the GcrniRns renewed lelr allacks on our positions at' 'haiime Wood. Alter a very spirited ngagemenl, hi tho course, of which lie enemy. suCIcred serJous was prevented from gaining a oollnfi evcept In one of positions. _ "Everywhere E'so the night WBS, Tlie French forced a crossing 'df wo rivers, 'wailing through water up o their Oh-tbo Atsiie.' CrnJit y .JTOU Is cijil "no-'v.' Tuportant figlitlng occurred durlijg he htghl renewed (liclr allacXs if the Verdun and were again watcn' suffering large losses, British AHachs. v Diitlsh Front In Delfluin. Ocl. the Assoclatcil Field1 ifarsha! Malg's forces this morriiLg separate attacks on Ihu" Jerman positions norlli and east Vpres. The- IJrsl was from a- point near SaJnt Janabcak the southern fringe ot llie' Flouthblst rnJse to the region of Vouwcnjoten, The otlier assault was on bolh sides of tho Yprcs-Menln ilslivay along the'Gheluvell ridge In he tit reel Ion of the town of that name. British Success. nrltisli Front, Oct.- lie-- :qrc 7 o'clock this morning- Brilisli forces which offensive on he Yprca front were seen, enter In s Herman hoxes nnon Dcllevue 5pur afccrwards Blgnala showed IHal Lhe''British carried I'oel-- derlioek chateau which had been strongly fortified by (he Germans, iclegraphs llic correspondent of Heuter's ai BriUsh hcaUquarlcrs Ilclglum- The correspondent says the Anglo- French nttack extended Irorn Hout- Forest lo the neJehborhood of GneliiFclt. flellcTUo Spur, west of PasacJisn- ilacle, Whjch the.Brillsb'entered one liour after iho attack had been a nesl'of machine which: lite Germans In recent battles had swept the country to.ilie irestward, At 7.15 Jbe Germans con- cenlraied a heavy fire on- Uelleviie, bui the British wcrersllll. batlcrlng forward ambus the concrete i defericea.' r Wolfe Copue, near Uellevue, which recently was the-scnie of fighting, waa passed at an by Ihe on rushing British north rf Gheliiveli V.-QS .readied hy the BrllliH'- ln R llttle.more Ihftn'an hour R half. H waa a hard nut-to' cfacV, but prisoners .were hanied' out and iftiil down the Men In f6a'd, of Laon.' Wlih .the' FYeiicn Armies In France, Ocli 7-TJit French; reachtd the find Laoh, Yelgh( alghl. up the victory of. Tuesday the French 'today1 look Monkey" Mountain, of the Tlllago of Hnon anrt the forest of.llii flaina rarae, as well as the vil- lage tot 1'agny Fllafn. Certain'demorallzAlIon the-Oer--- man command Is shown by-conlra-.j dlclory orders found on The question la ashed whether other-retreat fs Intended, -i_ Crossing Ihe batllcfleM In.tbf of aifd'Sahil.galrtaJii- Farms, the Ample etidence oC the tttetf1" lV- iplendld of- prison erf. man n f'hlle i 'ot finy a s, weT6v captortd 4> ;