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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 28, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta VOLUME X. NUMHEU 215 Telegraphk Briefi JURY DISAGREED. Oafc. lona, Sept. Jurj- In tie. trial o! [lev. Lyn George telly, cbareeil n-llli uiurfer In con- nection with the VilHica aie slay- DE3, was discharged by Judgo Bolses at 1.25 p.m. today [or failure to aereo CD a verdict, alter deliberating since lato Wednesday. Official Story Tells of Successful Operations of Different Units WERE FORCED OUT OF ONE POSITION But Were Alile to Capture Other Important 1'osts In French Itaids Ottawa, Sept. mllttla de- partment today gave tho fellow ing account oC llio brilliant achieve incuts of the Canadian corps In the fighting around Lens: The formidably defended position fcnown.As 1IIH 70, covering Iho ap- proaches to from the nor t Invest, which la September, 1015, played so large a part In the baltlc of Looa, has been carried by assault aad J3 now securely Incorriorntcd in our lines. The caauallJca InlJIctcd RAMMED .TUB Halifax. Sept. During thick va- por off the harbor today an Incoming atcainor crashed Into the' 75 toe tug II. The steamer cut right through tho lug, which sank In two mlnutca. No Urea veto lost. REJECT APPEAL Paris, Sept. Tho supreme court today rejected the appeal ot tho Hutch dancer Slain (larl. who recently ivas condemned to death as a' spy by court- martial. Somo time ago a revision court martial rejected the dancer's plea, but earn her the right to appeal her case- lo tho supremo court. SOLDIER FOUND DEAD Rochester, N.Y., Sept- The bodi of William A. lluttcr. of Cobqurg, Ont a private of the Canadian was found Healing In the Eric Canal here today.. Ills death Is believed to have been accidental. May Be a General Strike of Telegraphers in Canada Montreal, Sepl. 28.--Tho loimfEra-1 different uranffipf of Ihe telegraphic Lion authorities continue lo lurn tack consisting or ilio brokerage, men torn lug to Canada lo leke posl-1 Canadian Patifif Telegraphs, press lions lu Ino O.N'AV. Telegraph com- mcti anil Atlantic table mcji. pany, whoso Etrlklng operators wore Ing the (ear lhal ii may bo necessary American Reaches Stockhoim After Spending Sonic Time at Pelrograd SAYS FIGHTING SPIRIT IS GONE None Will Take Officers' Places For Fear of Being Murdered still out today. It viaa aUo learned here today Ibat Uie United States immigration author- Itlcs are Interesting themselves In tho trouble because they suspect Hiat a large number of men trying 10 get Into Canada to lake telegraphers' Jobs aro really men trying to evado military service. Threaten General Strike Ottawa, Sept. telegram from a Joint of tlic head3 ot (lie lo call a general strike unless the Great Northwestern Telegraph com- pany accents the terms of iho concilia- tion board lu the ..near future, lias uccn received by the minister of labor. For the purpose of astertaiaiug what action the department 13 taking snow COXXKCTIOX AM) I1TJXS Washington, to avoid such 3, strike, a ilelegallo.i indictments haye been found by consisting of J. C. Wallers, president federal Brand Jury In lit the Dominion Trades ami Labor I- W. W. ac-tlv (Continued ou Page Roosevelt Tells Secrets of Venizuela Trouble Chicago in- Itlcs on evi- dence secured lu tlio recent federal raid. The evidence upon which tho trrand Jury has acted Is said io show conspir- acies and plots to hamper Hie govern- ment lu its war activities anJ lo show connections with Germ an sourc- es. toy's Operations Complete la Hepulse Attacks FINE WORDS Amsterdam, Sept. 28.- -nr. Mich- aclls, Iho German Imperial chancellor, In a speech lo (he main commfUea of ihe relchslag auiu thai Pope nenedlcl's peace proposals were Inspired by mor- Stockholm, Sept. 2S. An American who has Bpcnl a number oT years in Chicago, -Sept. Colonel Uoosc Kuropean capitals ami whose position volt yesterday his vcralon of thi_ ccmpcls him lo take the viewpoint of secret conferences he held wllh the on Impartial observer, reached here German ambassador in relating today nfter six weeks lu Petrograd and LO occupation of Ly gives a pcsslmlsllc report o[ tho fight- Germany, an Incident lhal then llirea- e spirit in Russia and of political and brfQg'on a ivar between Ger- imlustrlal condilfona (here. He says: maDy and the United States. Col. "There Is no fighllnK spirit except Iloosevelt told lue elory for Ihc ilrat among llic Cossacks and Caucasians, time, lit: said, Ju an aililrcss at a and that seems lo be waning. A Cau- casian colonel said to me: 'Thero are the enemy, bolh In Iho attack lleoll, al seriousness, pure Justice and ncu-' no real fighters left In Russia except 'llc wn nrn "nl lhank ROWELL AT COAST Vancouver, Sept. N. Ilowell, cailer of the opposition in Ihe Ontario eglslaturc, arrived here this morning o be interviewed. BATTLESHIP AGROUND navy de- partment at noon, today authorized an announcement that a battleship of the fleet Is aground In home water hut resting'easily and probably will be floated soon. anil iu the minor operations which j u-aiiiy, which tilings are lacking followed It, were quite exceptionally: [nc reply mado by President Wilson heavy, la addition prisoners. I lo with a larsc numlicr o[ machine) Rune, anil trench mortars, were cap-1 turcd liy our troops. Four German divisions have been put out of ac- tlon. jjud the divisions which have taken their places In tho line have already suffered heavily. Apart from the military value ol (Lc ground paired, such results rep- resent no small addition to the Brewing strain imposed upon the en- emy by our-offensive, and must con- tribute materially to the exhaustion of his reserves. Casualties Light. Despite Khe enemy's assertion io the contrary tlio casualties Incurred by our troops on August 15 were JIglil, largely ns a. result or measures taken to'Induce the enemy to dia- tribute tho flra of lila arlfllery over areas oulsldo the Jlmlis of our at- tack. Throughout'the whole of tho subsequent IlEhting the superiority ol our artillery and the courage and 'resource, of. our Infantry, havo kept ciir Tory moderate bounds. During Ihc. early pail of the monlh continual ratn and wlud made opera- tions on a. large scale impossible, hut preparations'for thu atlack were car- ried on steadily so far as conditions licrmlllccl, proceeding more rapidly ns the weather gradually Improved. [Meanwhile our pal.-ols displayed great activity and In conjunction willi smnll lal'Js- .frequently penetrated tho German positions lo a con aide r- dentil. Hold "daylight reconnais- sances wero madc'ton several octi-s- ions and much valuable Information ivas obtained, while at n number of' points our ouipnsl line west ot Lens appreciably advanced. Upon llio Jourtli and fifth of August In partic- ular, small offensive patrols of two Canadian battalion's pusbcti forward hi daylight and succccilcd In advanc- ing uiir line MO me 200 yards on a frontage of nloul yimls north ol the Soiichcz rlTcr. Such rcslsl- nnce as was met wIUi wns overcome, and considerable casualties wore In- f lie-led on the enemy's garrisons as they endeavored lo cacapc the tic- further In tlie On Ihc night of llie Oth anil 7lh oT August the enemy maflo (lolennlncd attacks on our outpost line near Clio De Mou- lin, southwest of Lens. After a stiff resistance Iwo o[ nur posts were compelled Iv rcllrc. This they Old In luncheon here. "It was'about'a year after I look Coi. Iloosevelt began, "Gcr- us and we are nol Russians, thank: many was engaged in slrlvlng lo Gorl, but Caucasians and tend her dflTulnton. She Lad In view dang.' I certain. choEen positions In South "Tho Inlerlor cllics and villages arc America. She nimcd lo lurn south filled with Russian Iroops who refuse. agatn lo a German appendage. Ven- (o fio lo the front. Young Russians czucla at. thai llm of Ihc heller class are hunting the named, Casiro, com streets of Pctrograd for men who are'the 'monkey ;o( the Andes.' lemporary possession .saying 1 did ,e not propose to have any 99 year "The ambassador told mo ho did not feel he was at liberty lo discuss such an important question. That conference wound up with the fol- lowing ultimatum: "'Tell your government that In ten days 11 must arlbitrale the matter or I will semi .Deivey down there.' "'I cannot send such a wessage. Mr. President. J do not think you realize what It means.' The iunbas- sador replied. "'You think It means 1 ask- "'I do not waul lo say what J was the reply. "'If it means war you have chosen the one spot where you cannot fight will address the Canadian club at willing: lo become officers. Since Ihe i "1 was determined thai Venezuela I replied, and then I showed my uiicheon (his atternoon. He declined murder oC officers by men has uecoiue r should not become a German posses-1 maps. of our comjnanulns poslllou. a, dally occurrence only the most fer-jslon. Germany Bald It was not to bo vent patriots will assume Ihe risk of Inking commissions. "1 sal in Ihe war office at I'ctrograd wlicn tho report was received of the murder oC nearly one hundred officers at Vibcrg and of Iho preparation ot proscription lists against oflicers in Tammersfora. "Newspapers in Ilelsingfors carry permanent and did not define what was meant by permanency. "Al that time England was hack- Ing Germany anil, while I had bolh against me, I paid Itllla attention to England. lasl flicker of England's antagonism to the United 'cs. --ix'e aUcnHon of the am- id the tact that-.Germ any Slates. good order, Tlth lliem. taking Hit" casualties lied necr. Sept. Liberals 1 of Red Deer at the convention' held here lodayT Accepted Ihe resignation i of Dr. Clark, who declined .to .stand for renomlnatlon unless ihe conven- tion favored, a national government and thai he be nominated on a non- pnrllsan platform. They nominated as their candidate' William Franklin Puffer, of Lacombc, :for 12 yeors provincial.member for Lacoiube, who vas flefcatod nt llio recent provincial Oilier nominees were mode, iul all retired, Thoy endorsed the esDitillons passed "nt" the Winnipeg ionvcnllon without change adding special word of praise [or the work lone hy Oliver. Dr. i Clark inrl Hon. Frank" Oliver were proFwnl at llio'mcctlng. H was nol a stormy meeting, ftnd- though out-and-out [Curler Liberals were In tho majority i larse number werp sympathetic wllh Dr. ClnrX and would have ported him and perhaps have selected lilm had he stood.- Tills was shown when'F. W. Galbralth, president of the federal organization, hecauie of the action of the convention, declin- ed longer lo act In lhat cinaclty. The convention was well attended. (CONT1NUKD ON PAGE ISAPLANIfl lence and of the murder of officers and civilians by soldiers, oHen accompan- ied by robbery. The sovcrnrnent-liBS- not dared iovd6'ciore Ihnn.anrjouoco 'That mailers will be Investigated care- fully.' "The Dolshevihls arc gaining the up- per hand in Pelfograd and are increas- ing" (heir strength in Moscow. ;r; "I venture to predict Iheir cvcnlnal supremacy, f know this means almost the elimination of Russia as a factor In the war and places new burdens on America. When -Kornlloff 'issued hla ultimatum the news was received wllh oy by a grtat proportion oi subslan- lal citizens and even men in the gov- ernmc ill "department told me of their sccrol hope that he would come to ?etrograd. The comments from Eng-. I ah and .American newgpap'crs'Tejoic'-" ng al Kornlloff's (alluredwere received irltli amnzemcnl by these saw in his success the only posslbil- ly of saving Russia." had a squadron of wnrslilpj near Venezuela, thrcatenlnff the nt the TsthmiaHj .1 demanded a statement oi meint by Alter some preliminary business. Clarko addressed Ine meeting Dr. At Iho conclusion he left Inc ccmrenllon lo whatever action it irAs dlfpoaed to "When he retired I senl word to DcTvey lo be ready lo snil on an hour's notice. the About a week later, on and nd- mlttecl that lie had not dared the message. 1 then lold him that I vpoulil order Dowey to sail In 45 houre. He lold me It would bo an awful thing for this country. but 11 will be more awful for vour 1 replied. "Inside o[ 3C hours he came back smiling and said he 'hail received In- structions from the German govern- ment itiftt Ihcy .would New Orders For Different Class- es of Shells Have Been Received Toronto, Scpl. Ollawa cor respondent of the Dally News says (o day: There Is certainty now thai Canada's big munition Industry will suffer 111 tic diminution during Ihc coming win ler. Plants which have been manufac luring S-Inch and 9.2 shells end whos contracts havo been filled arc now re ceiving orders for another size of shcl which villl keep them running (luring (he ivinler. Plants niiEaged onsmallc sizes than S-inch will also receive suf licienl new orders tn keep Lhem-iu. op eratton diirlng-thc winter. SI F PENALIIES CANNOT THE CITY'S TITLE 'Sept. .s.lrljjj of land winch run from Ihe Hold Dleu In Fletcher's Field I'arh to Mounl Roy- al avenue which were, ciprourialed by this city In 1S75 al are nofr valued nt hnvc been subjccls of UllgaLlon agalnsl Ihc clly various occasions, by different plafnllffs who sought (lie courls declare Uietn part proprielora of Iho Poirler eslale (wlilch now forms parl of Flctchcr'3 Field, the cily's pro- perty In question) ant] the last of these actions at Jaw was reached today, when air. Justice Tcllier ilecld- ed thnl JJis. Cellna Dubola ct al., had no legal claim Ihcroto. However, the plaintiffs had withdrawn from tho ac- tion before Judgment was given. OMaTra, Sept aflili- EXPECT WORD' FROM STEFANSSON SOON Ollnwa, Sept. naval ser- vice derartmenl is expecting a wire- less message from Vllrtjnmlr Slefaus- Eon, the 'explorer, at any lime. Stefansson Is supposed lo be on his way from the Arctic. He planned lo 51 art for clvilizaflon fn Augusf, hut whether he will come hy way of or Haltle Harbor, Lab- rador, 13 not known. As he northward by the. Pacific It Is thought ritish Repulse Strong Attacks On Belgian Front LWAYS GAINING OBJECTIVES NOW N Winnipeg, SepL board, of grain suptrvisars announced today a new classification for mixed which as fol- lows: Mixed grain No. in- clude nil cars of wheat and oals with oafs predominating.. Mixed grain No. to in-. elude all cars of oats and wheat mixed with Oats preaorninaiiny. Mixed grain No. to In- clude all cars of wheat and'bar- ley mixed. .._.__ been in far In June'of that year he sailed from Victoria, n. C. He lost one ol his vessels, tho Kar- luk in an Ice jam. Later eight mem- bers of his expedition perished. He has explored Beaufort Sea and has Grain Buyers Still After Wheat; Always Ready to Pay the Price Gome consternation was cidsed yes- rnailmum, JnoLhlng had been said Pctrogrnd, Sont. tosl army Older Qcn. Knrnlloff as com- inandcr-ln-rhTef, reprinted In the No- vola ZticlTun Trurri n T'lOli'lcv n o v.T-pap er, lends lo aliow Mint Kornlloff wna compclJetl to Iniinrli Ills revolt JarKcly In an effort In Ihwnrt German Tho order Btyri 11 has been learned Mint German agcnlfl had brought about tho great Pro In Kazan, had expended millions of roubles In, dlaorganlzlnB tho coal mines In the Hlver region and that the (lurmans were proposing n goncral offenslvo along the ivholo front for Uie purpose of forcing a din- Drsnnfzcd nuselan rcircal. The Gor- mana nlfio had planned to blow up tho bridges across Llio River Dnieper nnd Volga ami- wcro organizing a movement of Mnxlmallala I.: Pet TO Erad. (Ien. KornHoJT, Ihc ortjflo adds, had reason lo suspect treason arnony Irrc nponnlblc Jlusslnn In Herman pay, Tho RCncrnl not doubt In? (hat Irresponsible Influences line (lie upper hum! fn f'clrogriid nnd (ha. llusaln WBS on llio brink of nn abyss look fln cjklremc decision for tlio pur saying Ihc falhcrhnd. orddy orer the glflteinenl In the.Her- iM that a chaotic situation had arisen n tho grnln Irado over the evident Unlike on the part of many of Ihc orgor grain concerns In Winnipeg find Fcrl William to nay- tho frlco for wheat, owing io" Ihe fdct thai Iho favcrnmonls had not betn In Ihe narkcL The situation. wWlo It had nol cffecled anr of llie local tfommlsa- Ion been as iniliUah- l In tho Herald and hfgo proiluccra havo fount! It so. llowovtr, rt lhal R remedy has been Applied by reason of the fact Ihftt the AVhcal Ex- port Company, for the allied governments, is now In Ihp marled al Wlllbm. This UiRt ifhcal will he bought as It can b'6 hftndlcd from Iho head of the lakes, for trans- port across Iho Atlantic. In order lo real-the min of Iho farmers and d Mil erf, W. Buchanan, M.P., wired yesterday lo Dr. of Iho Ofaln Ktchange at HBhlng-Mm the exact rli vmtion, and nsklnfe also'whether tho fljrcd prlcr of ?2.2l for wns tho minimum as well fla lha- mtxlmnni price, many hiring'complain cd that while ?121 was fliect as the about the minimum and (here was always tho danger of n big drop In case ot a congealed market. pr, Maglll "Two iwcnly-one. Is fixed atiso- lutely legal prico for presrnt crop year and should bo good till thlrly- first August, IP 15. Do nol under- stand why grain clcalern arc not buying. Wheat Export Company now buying nl Fort William." This should eel the whole mutter right before Ihe farming public, Thero s-no doubt ihnt n tow days ago the big buyers In the cast were much con corned over the oulfook, ftmf" were In Ihclr purchBHlng program but MagUVs explanation shows that Ihte la now all remedied. The grain buyers In Ihe city this morning were greatly Indignant the Etatcmtnt ma do In ..The llerah yealerrlay, and s'tattd lhat at no time were they ever out of thd market fo grain. hare alwityA.bcen aiu arc stilt ready all (ho grain wft can gel at government prices, 'said a buyer of one of Ihe prom Inep grain (Irrr.R this morning. I underhand why The Herald qiiolo.auch a .lonal to those imposed In ihe hej irtiiy return 07 >ray of tho Allanllc. code arc lo he provided lo punish StefanEsoii has one foil ml guilly of 'atlcmjillng Improp-j sfpno criy to 'influence any medical board or tribunal, appointed under the mtlltary scrvicc acl. An order In-couricll tolhJa effect will shortly he published. In response to Ihc voluntary medical examinations now In progress. It is I collected many valuable minerals and pointed out lhal if a'mnn feels he hRSinas discovered some hitherto un: not been placed In his proper medical J known territory. As" his expedition Category, laVc case lo llie IVRS financed by Iho Canadian gov- local tribunal. Unnecessary appllca-j ernmeni, he will come to Ollciwa on lions for exemption .will be' strongly, return lo civilization to make a discouraged. But' the local tribunals' have been created Inn I both sides of a case may be hctud. The regulations fioverrilng local tri- bunals be Issued at the time the proclamation calling out the first class of mentis pubilshe-rt. No definite- dale has yet been fixed, but indications arc lat It will probably be about IHVD mld- le o[ October. After the proclamation published, about Ihiee weeha will e allowed for Ihe filing of appllca- ons. Brigadier Ouneral fl, J, ircctor-general of mobnizallon, and J. U. Stiff, of Toronto, representing he military service board, will or the west lo confer the provln- lal registrars and general omcfirs omrnandtng mllllary dlglricls. General pc rat Ions of the military service id rill discussed especially wllh a lew to secure uniformity of procedure hrouyhout the Dominion. Other rep cscnlatlvcs of Iho military aorvlco oiincll will shortly leave for the marl Ime provinces. They will have a alm- lar object In view. In all, fifteen registrars and deputy oglstrara have been appointed. In op- polnllup deputy registrars, the aim lias >cen military dlalrlcls In line wllh provincial boundaries. Calgary, Sept, Out ol. 63 men examined this morning by the Cilgary medical board under the Military Service Act, 35 i .were rejected by far the. highest percentage so far, 236 Rejected at 'Pe. Winnipeg, Sept. 2S One thousand three hundred arrtl fifteen men- elig- ible for service In the first draft tin- tier Ihe Military Service Act were first week's London. Sept Ger- ID counter attack was made last Bin agalnsl the new IJrlllab posi--. Iocs near Zonuebefce. The atlack vas broken up by Ihe nrltlsh, llie var office announces. The statement follows: "Yester- day evening- anolher counler-allack Hie Germans agalnsl our positions n Zonucljeke was broken iip hy our and machine gun fire and artll- ery. South of Hamlets and of Polygon Wood, Isolated strong positions In which parlies o( ,he enemy were holding out closo :o our new position have been ed up. We Killed or captured Rcvcral Germans without loss lo ourselves Iri can ying out a successful raid last night southwest of Chcrlsy. "The enemy's artillery showed con- siderable activity during the night south" of hens. .The artillery on both Bides lias been active on tba battle front." French Repulsed Attach. Paris, Sept. Germans madci. an attack last night In the Argonno rpglon. Today's official slatement says th'cy wore repulsed three times, suffering heavy losses. Austrian Statement. Vienna, Sept. Austro-flungarJaii general .hcad_a_uari j ters today issued the following ment on operations: "Eastern theatre: Near the Zer-'. cth, German trqdpa brougLL in 15D prisoners and several machine as iho result ol an- enterprise put as far a's the .enemy's first line, -'i theatre: On Monle Sart Ttibrlcle' and near Kal, .loitering troops were repulsed. Inr Jie Tonalc sector and In tho west ot Tolmiho our troops brought jack prisoners. -r 'There has been lively aerial acliv-. My on. thu Isonzo and between and Eugaria More Satisfactory. L British Headquarters In France, Sejit.' neuter's OUawa Ag- has ueen a noiaule" about our two recent battles In Flan-. ders lhat cacb formed a one-day.op- eration complete In Jlself. They may have been some mopplng-up and, J straightening out lo be done on the rtEv, and of course t are always -counler-stlackB lo loll tf, bul It Is surely the possible testimony to the efficiency, I of our military machine that we have gone for In the morning have-virtually before evening. Great Contrast. A year ago we.were lighting day-'! after da.y [or the and aUhougli the battle lulled at times it could seldom be said UiaL a'definite operation had really been, finished: The conlrast must be dl.sconcerting to the Gerjnan .h'tghi-'] land. As fn the fight last ir prisoncra show general preaslon and confess the lhal Germany .cannot continue ,lhc..-., war much longer, because of her, aer-V.' Cornwall Onl., Sept. ycalcr- a3-'s Ecaalon of Iho 4Qlh Ontario AV. C.T.U. convonMon the principal "reso- lution was In reference lo the new franchise hill'arid the motion on this subjfcl put before the meeting was: "Thai wo resent the action of tlie government in creating an arbitrary dhtinctlon among Uie women oi Can- ada by pissing an election franchise act, whereby many of the loyal I have made sacrifices )n Ihc war, am deprived of Ltic right oi (ho (ran-1 ehigo Ihrough no failU of.thelr The following' amenrtrncnl was artd- cd lo tho aliovc carried, only four delegates voting agAlnst Jt: J'Thc convention tlianka Sir Roberl Bordcii for Iho principle of woman's franchise liul reaffirms their belief In the principle] of tho equality of Ihc sexes before Iho and respectfully urge thai Ihc frnn- chlsc should be granted lo women on Iho Ba me basis as II la ID mo a." examined during i the sittings of- the medical boards -In .'Winnipeg and St- Donifncp, according lo a report Issued by the military j authorities. Ot were passed BE physically fit and .vtern rcjccled. v London, Sept. 2fl. Britlih ship- ping losses since the btglnnlnq of the unrestricted tuomarlne earn- paljn last February now ipproxl- the total lots before that period, according to statement authorised by the controller of shipping The stafamtnt In- dicated It WJI it awn ab It to ex- pect Qcrmany to dertray by next spring 200 mere than could 'be buitt In mearitlrne. WEATHER Hfgh Low 47 ELECTION AND WAK LOAN COMPAIGN8 GP-TOOBTIIEK Toronto, Eepl. The World sayg editorially; "It may be Almost Impossible to carry on B nation-wide campaign spread over two months of Ihe com- ing -Dominion vfHr loan of ono hun- dred and titiy mllHons of dotlars, atl rirrascd to all ptoplc, and nn election flfthl full of pr.rLy bitterness at one nnrf'lno aamo lime. Tho war loftn will he out In a few days, ant run until -December." shortage ol nian-power. The; fact that so many1 mere bpya (CONTINUED ON PAGE Sept. 23. Secretary IcAtloo ot Ihc United Staled treasury i lepartment bsl night announced Ihc IctaJIs of Ihc second Liberty loan, rhlch will be otTered to the public Oc- obcr 1, The nhlef features are: or more, ho excess not to exCfcCd of .he amount of "Terms o! Maturity ttvenly- Ire years, retlccmable nt the option of he of the frensury, In ten years. 'Denominations of ?50 and mulllplcs of 5SO, Interest rftlevl-'our percent., nay- flbJo seml-annnally, on Norember 15 SAYS BRITISH DRIVEN EACH Herlln, British ycslcrday ndvanced for slroni Jocal attacks northeast jof Freiopburg and on Ihc Mcnln road, 'on iKe Belgian front were driven back. Gays the flclal slalement Issued today by the'. German Trar-office! On Ihe dds, the Rrlllah still occupy cratar osltfona on [he German front line. and 15. "Terms of payment Two percent. upon application, clffnteon percent. Wov. 15, forty percent, December and forty percent January 15, IdiS, The prlyllego ot converting bonds ol this Is5uo Into bonds of any succeeding indite bearing a higher .Interest .rale Lhan four percent durtrig Lha period of Ihe war la eilended, tnd.lhrougliLBT arrangement under which bonds wfl he printed with only four coupons In stead of fifty (io be exchanged al Ihe end of two years for Ihe bonds con Jalnlng the full number of coupons' delfvcries wilt Iw prompt In manner the of Interim ccrtlfl calcs will be Av ot unknoim origin, completely gulfed the'Toroata shop hero lato lajil night.1' The rtEmOEO Is estlmaled by Hrdro