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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 21, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta FOUR TUP. l-'ULIUY, SKI'TEMHKU 21, IflU AND W E E K LY CubtccipUon Rates: delivered, per week delivered per year by mall, per year..... by mall, year by mall, per year lo TELEPHONES 'nesi OHlce ?rial Office W. A. Buchanir> President and Managing Director Torrance- Dueiocis Manager Daies ol eiplry ol auDserlpllons ftp- dally on address label. Accept- or papers after eiplrniloa date la nulhoriiy to continue sut- Bcrlptlob. bureaucracy; and ihe act- ing nuder German inspiration, eudeav- oreJ fo lurn what hid heco a revolu- tion against the UeiiJBUPfl dynasty. ima.a rvvoliiUon against "capitalism." ibai to say agiiust property of any kiiid. whether it be a lauded or a busrd cl ti-n roubles. They thlnK they have started i jzaiust (lie caiuiaHsL k la as If the I WAV. hud terureil a 1 .-'55 i voice Iu ihe government llOOl'01 lht? l'ultci1 Siiws, anil the preii- sisal dent powerless 10 couirol It. KoruiJoft's mutiny, hou'erw illlluied. was not a counter-revolution in favor ihe Romanoffs, so much a.s a lurou ba cited by those conservative aud radical forces which succeeded In ousting ihe late fiar from ilie !hrone. Tbe> started cui ,3 i high far a business-like ]2H I BuJ progressive These hopes have been disappointed, and aypar- rnily great v.-iieciueu like l.vofl" and MiluXofl looV lo a military dictator- ship as the only immediate solution lhat can restore Russia's prestige. Apparently the strobe of Korniloff had one good eflert. ID that II forced Kerensky to euro. Socialist control of ihe army for lie time at least. FSQST trcs about a ago and this con- ilnued wlili uuabfttlng (ury until today. Counler-ballery vorX resulted In a large number German kuus being and IMBJ- enemy ammunition dumps near were blowu up ty shell Ere. Tlie ejpttte froul over whk'li aiitcV was u> niidc was searched oui ly fcieh explosive3 acid as an pm-amlou lha Hrllish gui-.s kepi yut.Uug down a heavy bar- nge lire, first Ir. one place and then in another, and sweeping the whole country before them. The of course, have not PASSING UP trildo ,a lhu turrunt year Is developing at suoli .1 rare to J a silk train cargo valued OHO of [urgent si me His o( Ihe kind ever handled by :i prolKiblo uggrOGntL! of i Jaiuucse vessel, ilie liner Tauibu .Ma- r year II vas ru. of the Nippon Yuacn Kaislia llcei, docked ai Vancouver. nUely. will IP, tried liy ruurlnmvllal u jury. -Af llio iiisiaiu'O of ouncll t-( worknu'ii's" ami soldiers' iiU'U'Katcs, tliV eoviTiiniPiH lias agrcrJ ihe irbl shail 1-oUl nl thu (runt inilciiJ of In Over UnvL1 lullllutt feel ot lumber for Australia, from Hrltith ColutuMa, scJ out .al Capo Klullcry ou Aug- 21. for lv.-o to.'sols; ULO -'uuel t'ar- ws. tcci, ami the Esquimau, Cajilahi fisli- been silein. but Ibelr ftre wai com- yaradcety weak. All iJrts ar.Hlcry pre- Your King and Country Ycu Right Nowl How would you llfee to be a tract buyer of wheat and stack up against the mill buyer who ran by law pay one ceoi" a bushel more than you ronld pay by law? PROGRESS THE WAR The great Hrin'sh drive iu Belgium hlch has for iis object ihe recapture Mayor llardie sticks up for the Ihe Belgian toast towns and ih'e straight commission form of govern- auiung or the German naval bases i rueni as against the Kdmontoii or ire, has been once more refumed. lulgary forms. We'll put ou? money ou first day's advance ihe British] the city lhat gels Ms lai arrears Inio 've peDelrated the enemy Ireoches I treasury first. a depth of more ihan a mile, and Mr prisoners alreaily number in Ihe >tarnoch doesn't believe Tlie drive is being carried in Janctng when there Is a lot ot" with ihe acconiing j 10 do. and he informeJ the Field Marshal Haig-. The arfvanes to the 1'nion of Alberta iakins place over a wide trout to Municipalities al CaUary. According lo ihe Calgary Alberlan it came about Ibis way: northwest of Ypres toward Dii- Along the remainder of the allied ront it'. Franre there are no new de- epl. ihe Associated 1'ressl. was born" Brlll5li offessive which jsjlr anrl Minc to Canada ns a young t dawn over a wide front easl of rpres salient round Ihe attacking for- es late today holding, many new osillons of vital Imporlanco and cou- iauins Ihe llghl In. German territory line in which many places represented an average ga In of a The delc-iates amending the conven- tion ot the I'uion of Alberta Muni ilopments. The Canadians cominue clpaUties showed great interest in le destruction of enemy defences Leas with heavy and continuous fire. THE CAUSE OF THE KORNILOFF REBELLION. proceeding during ihe day yesterday. bul In Ibe evening Ihe attractions of (he 'cily proved too much Tor some were severely reyriiuanded by >Ir. Marooch1 president ol the Leth- bridge Board of Trade, who saia thai when his muQicipalHy paid his e.t- 'pence- lo attend i convention he te So Tew people really understand Ihe j time to Ihe work in hand, rause of recent rebellion under and did not cegJecl it toga.to a dance General Koroiloff in Russia thai The We qulto Imagine that Presi Herald herewith presents an explaoa-1 dent Marnoch would be more home .ion as giren by the Toronto Satur-[ on the coDTentlon floor Ihan bo the dance floor. The various shades ot Russian poll- lies must long reraafn a myslery lo Ihe outside world, hul the issue thai nas come to the fore In Ihe clash be- iween Prime Minister Kerensfcy and Gen. Komllaff Is tolerably clear. While the allied powers stem satisfied as lo the .personal Inlezrily and lolly pur- poses of Kergnsfcy. there is Hide doubt lhat Ihe (orees behind him ere largely Ihose who .wish lo destroy govern- mont of anj" kind in the EfiD.ce inal we understand il. us goTernment exists primarily for the protection of and property. To the Socialistic forces behind property is crlme; and the lives of ihe, "hour- Livestock Commissioner Look Over Sheep Which Have Spent Summer in Mountains in are roughly etl all merehaals, nianureclurers, land- Fio Interested Is he In ILe e "holders, and passessors o[ accumulat-; of suojmeritis ranpe sheep In th ed wealth in any (onu, are negligible.' ,r f If anyone wishes to inform Mraseirj niounlams of ihe city IhaL W. F on the situation In Russia as It was [Stevens, provincial livestock comrnis .shaping itself during Ihe past summer, j is in the city on a special visl he should read a iiumber In the "North t EQme or band5 -American Renew, by Charles John-1 stone, an American who has lived !are now bach, aad if he sal tnanv years in Russia and who Is mar-1 Isllcd from bis inspection Ibat ried to n sister or Ihe great Russian general, Bnissllofr. It was LlnisalloIT, Persons who have vwHed the malt war ahriue declare thai K well worih while 10 Mils uniciue cre- News lias roachcil Vancouver lliiil Lieut. Guy V. Clotueui. son. ot Mr. Jus (Ice Clvmeiit uf cht1 Court, has hern mlsstng since August 19. llo successful in many lliglits or Ihe year. ation, if only to see nutl tho hsd heeii wonclerful display of flowers vvhirb un- since Ihe known biuds have placed ihore. i i ir A of Urin'sli Columbia lumber paruilon ty the Hvillsli was vital. If At Vtclfrla aunouuccuu-ui uas made will shortly be tllspuu-hed to South was to hope o( for by Premler Hrcwslor to lhp Offoct thai j Africa. Tlie American Bchooner Lml- hey hail lesteJ the sirenglh of this of 3BCi am.s o( ,nni] lins Ucen jow- to this iwrt. chartor- rom betore and Xnew that Ihnr HI- i by thp urovlllciai guvermuiMU lo ed to tho Hastings Mill to carry iho lr-v ihe L'niVf rsiiy of relmiibla for ihe statutory period of ycjrs. nlry fared a tusk lhat would lelr oicille lo tho fullest. In previ- us attacks the stielf-hole warfare con- ucied by the Germana in Hits region as proved a grave embarrassment nd it-was only by a bombardment uch as was conducted lhal could, wipe ut these concealfd It was IE possible thai IhD Germans should ol have known that an offensive was elng prepared, but it appears from tatements by prisoners Ihat Ihere was uuch doubt ns lo ihe- eia-.'t p05ilions vhere the Driiish wculd strike. For he iiasi forlnlght llje policy of the ermans had been orte of inactivity. Ithoufh they undoubteilly made every fTort to Improve ihelr poslliou since :ie In August- Moid Vital Positions. British Headquarters In France. Albert and will UMVC after Hie beginning of October to K; new duties, fitic of 5200 and-costs was impos- M. Selleus, manager of the local cd on George Tucker, n farmer reslj- branch ot ilie Iminrlnl at Moose Ins iu West Oxford, on the charge of .1 breach of ihe private detective ncl. He. hay been poking a i Ills (eelIre in his iiciyhborhnoJ. Pliglil Licui. Ellt-s V. HefJ, K.N'.A.S., J. .M. rardoii, pruvincirtl r.-gistrftr who wus roporled inlssfug on July 'JS under the hiHiuiry service ncl. will Ims now Lecn reported by probability Jiavr a ptjff of Sir vole rable !o have been In ao 100 clerks employed in keeping rcc- Ulon on ihe above date. Lieut. Held ords ol conscripts and tlinse cxonipl-'left Toronto iu lyifi. p.J. Tho coroner's jury which held nn in- Jest iuio Ihe tleaih o( tleury JDIICJ who was drowned at Kltsllano Heach, I'rougljt hi a verdict of nccideulal or. wtlh tout. At a meeting of Ihe Gall branch of tho Women's Ctiristiau 'IViiifranco t'lUou, It wus decided tbat the surlcty should [i rotes I iho of Iho food pfcjgo und would refuse to assist iu touring hlgualures (or 1L Tho reason slated was lhal in Iho iniou or the society, food coiiscrvntlon iilmulcl lucluilo iirohltjKlu'i of On. uio ol fur the uianutaituro ot nlcchollc Ilev. Canon Murphy, one of ihe old- eat in embers of the Anglican ministry in Ontario, Is dead -jrftcr msuy years of service in various Canadian nar- j who as commander-in-chltif for provisional government, planned offensive of June last, when tKornllofT, the commander In tbe field. the plan a good one, he will lend all his efforts to [Rcllilailng the use of Ihe mountain ranges in the future to relieve the congestion on the regular sheep ranges of the Mr, Stevens la a great believer In using the vaale i swept forward through Gallcia to ihe lands of the province for sneep anil "foot of the Carpathians. Kor- calile and sees no reason liiloff was winning hlB victories, the why Alberta should not .double and .Socialist and en's deputies I treble Ha herds its bands wllhln ;riad obtained political power at neit few years. The price of live- and Issued the Umous Order stock will remain good for a long lime. l, irhlch meant that officers, being he and though breeding slock Is Indrawn ITQIQ the bourgeoisie were the high there In an Incentive to larmera natural enemies or the proletariat.. The who now hare i i; soldiers were directed to wrest power i-. frmo them and assume the govern- V.'rcent of llie army tbemselvea. True ;rto Ihe teaching o( the brand ot So- then dominant al Pelrograd, brave- oplcers who had repeated- Ij- risked their lives to save those of men, Trere alaugblered; and committees held debates'i passed while under i-fire, to decide whether they should or retreat. They even claim- right lo make separate peace pwllh their German and all know whal happened since. ji 11 Is not charged against Kerensky he favored these measures, bill forces which placed him where was were too powerful for him to "Aonlrol. Mr. Johnatdne points ont lhat Eoclaliats, like Orthodox So- the world over, were wholly actl nulured on German thought. (..Many of them were Miles trwi Jlus- Bia who came back after the rerolu- of CJerman BEcnlg, Jt 'Is charged that Ihe German gold re- WRB seriously Impaired to pro- Ihem with funds for their props- ganda. Their prophelc are econom- l3la of the fithoo] of Karl Marr, and Johnslone holds thai the differ- between German SodallBm anrf Kslierlam Is (n appeardnre '-only. Both aspire to rule the world; both are prepared to seize unlTersal -power by force; boln arc absolutely intolerant of anj- form of life and so- el6ly but Ihelr own. Loth are prepared to thrual noslrurna down the Ihroals ol all manMmi. .There ts a BliftM' difference In ihplr phrasing. none Jn Iheir spirit. Oerman lam, the genuine and orthodox Soclal- Jsm, Is sfrnpIjT the paper edition of the Kaber'cc Kullur. 'Thai la says i Mr, Jolinslonej I Ihlnk world-wide Ho of Ihe Oermar. brand la, at Ihlg momenl, lha strongest anil moat ally of (he Kaiser." j. initial by the or Iglnal provlefOnal Kovc-rnment. X- rarrying oul'ftf the revolution was a ruwlel arWovemenl, was In InrKIng to ijarllrlpatc In Ihe J money LO invest, to In- sure getilng Into the livestock game, The prairie ranges have nol been qulle so good 29 for livestock this rear, and Mr. Sieves states Ibal he has reports from Chicago lhat Al- berta ctltle on the Chicago market are not qulle so well finished as usual. Velthcr are ihey going In In such large numbers, one 43 car shipment forwarded from Raymond the otter day, Commissioner Stevens thlokji the agltatton going on In some parts to prevent Ihe roneumplJon of veal and lamb a badly misguided patriotic effort, wrong in principle because K would ID the eul defeat It own pur- pose, IL would dferupl the operations of the breeders, and lhat Is ju.st whal mual he aioided al preaenl Mr. SteYenJ exprenaed surprise al tbe published statement that Tlay Knight wu Eolllns put and leaving (he ccUDlrj. He declared It would he a loE3 to Ihe livestock Industry of the province. FKKXCH DEPUTY BADLY IXVOLVI5D mile In depth. Sucli redoubtable strongholds as AVoad, Glencorse Wood, Inver- ness Copse an1 Shrewsbury Forest, vhich have witbslood numerous fierce assaults recently, were entirely ovrr- un by the Uriltsh who readied points beyond them. Heavy flghtiug was continuing at close range at .poinls and the Germans were mas-sing their troops with Ihe evident intention of delivering a counter at- .ack. It his heen a day. of great FUC- (or the British arms, for the pos- session of the wooded Heights which they captured eatil of Ypres If un-1 questionable of crucial Importance. since these dominating positions form I ihe keystone o[ the. Gernun-structurc of defence In this sector. The greatest gains har'e been made between St Jullen -and. Jlollebckc whlc.li was as had been planned, for w-Jthln tbis stretch'nj country lie (he imporlant defences just mentioned. The iropps thst went out to the at- lacli represented, some of 'Lhe'Jincst men in Ihe British arniy. They en- tered the confHct in high spirlls and eager for the fray. Their advance was preceded by one of the raosl per- fect and Heaviest barrage fire's "yet at- templed. The men 'wenLover the top" stripped light and as z result of this, coupled with the fine artillery they were enabled to "negot- iate the first EtagRE of the difficult ground rapidly. Theyv had swept through Glencorse Wood, Inverness Coose and the eas'.ern part of Shrewsbury Forest "by eight' o'clock two hours and twenty minutes alter the attack' begun, and'o I her advanced positions were reached with equal rapidity, which la a remarkable ach- ievement fa view of the'marsb'y nat-j ure of the ground clue to heavy rain. I On the left of (he Kne attacked heavy d'ehilng developed on the high ground on either side of Ihe Zonne- beke-Langemarck road. .A numlicr of strongly forttfied farms were encoun- tered in. (hie region and bombed Into suumlasloti. Among Lhcsc vaa Schuy ler Farm, E short distance'southeast of St-Jullen, Uchuyler farm held out agalnit attacks and; continued to play on the BrlLJafa iellti' imacbfne eijns until IL top. Slrong re- was encouqterfd.al a redoulit on Ihe Ypres-Houlera nllwjy of ZonnetieVe. Thlsj redoubt IB a-masalvo concrete aleel structure and it' willi- stood all of the shell fire .poured against U, The British advanced on .wo aides and .stormed ihe place with bombs until Its occupants raised ihe white, flag. Similar tactics resulted n the fall of another great northeapt of vVeslhoek. Our Catualties Lifhf.' 'The HrilUh casuallles so for report- ed are exceptionally 'light; rhe ma- jorilj- being due lo machine gun fire. British again dominated the air They were (hick over line ol the British advance" anc! carried on a vigorous warfare back of the Ger- man Loaltlona, where tons ot high ex- ploalve bombg were German machfnng were far less active. A large number o( already liai-'a ?jetn hrocghl im- lo give an accui of the total. Heavy fighting along1 this front Is eipected to follnw loilayY stCaVV cnuac It Is certain- lhat ihe Germans will not relloriiilah ihcee points with- out a Mttcr Afr pilots re port lhat Ihe roadn back of the- Gcr- n are filled with troops man. Five years ago he was made a dean of St. A Mian's cathedral, Kil- warrt Murphy, Kegina, Is a son. The famous collier Zafiro, which fig- ured in the biltle of .Manilla on -Hay l, JS9S. when Admiral Dctvey cowmandeered her lo supply roal for his Heel, has ueeu disposed of by CRP- lota S. McKenzle lo French Interests, The Zafiro now known aa the Uritish moior ship being now iu course of conversion froui a steamship chase price Is reported to be about to n twin-screw rectorship. The nur- At the meeting ot Uie Ontario organ- ization of resources.committee held in Ihe parliament buildings it was decid- ed to hold the for the Bri- tish Red Cross society in Canadian cities and towns in October. The np peal of the British Red. Cross Society was handled last year by the organi- zation of resources comniitlee. This year the Canadian, ed lhat the same procedure be follow- ed and the coramllee approved of ink- Ing up Ihia work and proceeding with (t at once. death, and agreed lliat in future boat- 'louses should use discretion in. rent- ing canoes after dark. A. L Ilaininff, registrar for Sas- katchewan under tlie Military Service Act lias secured square feet of oflice space in Hegiua and is proceed- ny to engage a staff nf ahoul 100 Ilia office will ue reaily for business about October 1. For Iiaving- irt Ills possession two automatic revolvers, fully landed, anil upwards of a thousand rounds of am- munition ou his premises, August Al- brecbj, a was fined iofli) or lliree'months in jail in polite court at Edmonton. The Daily Mail Publishing Com- pany has gone into liquidation and John D. Wallace, a chartered account- ant, has been appointed provisional llquldalQr. A promissory note for (1.000 due lo M. J. O'Orien, a clerk, precipitated the smash. General leader of the re- cent revoll, it has been decided det- slre [or nothing heller than to gel as many ua 'passible out in Hie open where their shells will reach them. Little' Opposition. Rrltlah Front in France and Bel- gium, Sept. the Associated the night thn llrlllsli forces with comparatively 1 title op- position consolidated and ably improved the new line which thfiy h2i won in Iheir offensive against the, Germans to Ihe east ot Ypres. Today from the newly acquired en- emy Imown as southwest ot tlutlers the Australian banner, a.symbol of (he greatest vielory which has marked British operation? in Ihe ivesferri heatre In the past, year, not ejelucl- ng lhat al Mess'iicS. Southwest of Gheluvelt, the Ger- nans alHl arc holding a position vhich the nrili9h desired and today I 3.30 o'clock Held Marshal llalg egan a local attack here. Paris, Sept, The report of the special commlilee approving (lie ap- peal of (he suthorlzallon of legal pro Deputy Tur- Cnostantlnopln. Kcspt. 20, via London. Sepl. Turkish war department Ilspatch says; "From" western Rez- andus, the Russians retired to the rfis rict southwest or PaaclmokRla." man rnahcd up for a counter attack, bin Is z pteaalng feature (6 thn Drlt fflh who express the de rmETREAT Traction Engine REPAIRS We are well .la handle nil klndi of j-epalr work on cither steam wr gat tractors. Only high class work leaves our thop, and we will quote you PI ices that are rlghL NIVEN BROS. 216 Pint Ave. 9. Phone 17J? BEEOBM McKELVIE McGUIRE, LETHBRIDGE Defend Coast Qualified ami M en w in (he Ooidiin FARM LABOR Phone or Write Keas- ley HinploymciH Agency for Your Farm Labor We have a larflt' number of good men arriving nvcry day, We have on our lists a num- ber of good cooks, male and fe- male, ado isparafor men and en- glneerSf both gaa and clearn with good papers. We can' also piece 26 bundle al figurei, the iRoverriment, They enllated SoclaHal' tlemantl for lo At sill (hem In turnlnf out tho in el wn adopted by the chamber ol deputies list nfib! by a TBfsfng of hanos without dlscuailon and In the deepest alienee. The report express ed nMoDJahmenl at iho delay shovn In Lading up the case. The resolution aulhorirlng (he special session of par- liamentary Immunity wag read hy the [jrealrient of the ehambor, Paul Des- chalntl. Deputy Tunnel ivas clonele-] with the ape rial for olrnoal two honra (ri Ihe aflernunn, during which Utme de ofCererf hf.i explanaUoi cernlng Hie flntllng of notes In room antl concln con- ban k- Jnjp Ijy'flsBoclntlng hlmnelf wilh he aulhorlzallon ot l Two Thpughts About Your f DON'T Bi TOO EASILY MAKE UP YOUR MIND THAT THIS YEAR YOU WILL HAVE ALL THE OVERCOAT LUXURY YOUR MONEY WILL COMMAND. COME WHERE THE GOOD OVERCOATS ARE MADE. COME NOW. Overcoats lo TV C. FIFTH STREET S. pHONE 730 Special Prices TII1'; FAMOUS RAXCHiS' aiul Ilesiters arc on u guaraiucc, (hey will secure one of Uic.se nl n UK WAH PltlCK. :Why HTKHL IJAXGH. SiiiJJ.'a.-tonil, il lias no re.Hervoir. j1 a .small liHclic-ii. lotlay "liOVAL" STEKL ItAXOK. There is no inicerl.iiiity about (hr, Mlloy- you place, il in your home absolutely a( our If U not please in every iiarficuliir will take, flip, ninge bark I'ci'i'iiid money. "Signal Oak" Heater TKe bndy IE made o( heavy polishetl sled and high grade castings. welded and Air light conilrucKon. The lire, pot (t made of corrugated cail Iron lo ilar.d hardr llrfrj. No. HUN n fire pol. J 111. Has 11-Inch fire, Jlg.75 I Worlh today for., our Jiiic before, yon wil! inireliase Jiere. LETHBRIDGE'S GREATEST HOME FURNISHERS 7U THIRD AVENUE ;