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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - November 1, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta NOTHING IS AS SAFE. BUY VICTORY BONDS! VOLUME XI, LET^IBRIDGE, ALBEHTA, FRipAY NpVEM13ER 1, 1918 NUMBER 273 / 'Artillery Battles . Paris, NoV.Ai-yiolent artir.ary tle9,Ay^eport today. ^Opod progress is being made. AUSTRIAN FRONT COLLAPSES ' ROME, Nov 1.-In their offensive against the Austriansi the Mon-. .Grappa front In northern Italy, the J||Han�.)iaye pressed * enemy so strongly, that this front has eottapted, the war, office aflhi;.u,-�eed today. The Itallano have forced the gorge of Qutro, have pas�. i' only temp, orary, and will last pr Ktbly only two or three weeks. Suirendeii of Tiirkjey Fre^s Allied Armies In the Orient police 10 enforce all regulations iofigItthetlu Pavis, Nov. 1,-The capitulation -of Turkey, although anticipated. had made, nevertheless, a profound impression in France. Newspapers de-i claro it to be an event of supremo importance. I "The convontlou is ot a purely military character," says the Statin, "and in no way affects peace which will eventually be sigufd with the Turkish empire. What is interesting, howeyor, is the immediate consequences of 'the armistice ffirst of'all, the greater part of the British armies in Syria. Palestine and Mesnpotamia will ije released, the army of the tOrient, -.rbich will soon be the army of the Save .ind the Danube, v.-as perhaps called upon to piay a groat role, for which its reinforcements hy seasoned elements win be desirable at an early date. When the Dardanelles are opened tlie allied fleet will restore direct communication with Rumania, as it is hardly probable that the Goeben. the Breslau and the Russian fleet sold to Germany by the'Bolsheviki. will offer resistance. "The allies will then hold the Mediterranean outlets to Ukraine aud Greater Russia." Fleet to Black Sea Washington, Osct. 31.- Announce-' meat fron) London that an armistice with Turkey, witii passap-e permits for all allied warships throu.qh the Dardanelles, already is in oper.itinn, led olficials hev?_..u>-beUev--5'LhaS an a'i)ied| fleet, if it hiis not aready started, soon will pass throupli to the Black Sea to attack the Oernian naval forces there. These forces iuclude ships of the Russian Blafck Sea fleet aken over by the Teuton.s..after the r.oiiapsa^of the provisional government in Russia. OfRcial British reports show that the- i>er-mans obtained one super-dreaduaught, severij) l)attle3hlp.=! of the pre^dread-naught type aud a score of fast df-stroyers. The German battle cruiser Goeberi also i.� in the Black seal JL ARiST PURELY iLlIM (Buy .1 Victory Bond.;. Paris;' Nov. t.-(By the Associated Press)-The .irm^tlce terrrs to be submitted to Germany will 1^ bfconflned strictly to military re^ quirements, except that it will be brought out clearly that they are conditioned generally upon President Wilson's principles, with some definlteness. Minister of Public Health Makes Further Comment on Situation in Province START AGITATKf f AGAli-?T KAISER London, Nov. 1--Sidependeht Socialists throughrjt: Germany are about to start an '^gitatlon for "the Immediate abdllt|ja*^pY'l^We,', oh^tb p'ifoolalniBd, their, union. ��flth Italy* ac-', oordfnff'to a dispatch from Berlfni; * In V>mn� Basel, Nov. 1.-Vienna was qnlet nn-" til 7 o'clock last evening, after which there were demonstrations in front of the ministry of war, according:. to a) Vienna dispatch quoting the semi-official news agency which ^oustpmariiy is used for maldng court anaoupce-ments. Today's Vleina newayapad^' deny that Emperor Charles baa lotv  the capital. The imperial c'ouplii ar*'' still in Vienna, It ia deolareA. ' i An imperial ordinance orde�: all,' officers in the Conntry to plaoo theii^. selves In the' flervlce of armlds constituted hy pewly-formed eanrii^. ments and to permit the abldler; Un� der their command to do Ukewlie, No-Acts of Violence Copenhagen, Nov. 1.-1116 orfUisa. tion of the new Czecho-SIoTak/ittte . 1.1 proceeding in an orderly niuiner^-according to reports from Ffagitii re-' ceived from Prague received heni by way of Beirlin. The national c(>:ttbctt has appointed new railway, telegraph and postal officials: There baTe-bian v no especial acts ot Ylolence^ The new state has seized all the rbll-' Ing stocks on> the rallmtye and bad ' taken possession ot the lines as far ' as Bodenbacb, near the frontier oi:. Saxony. The Czechish cars bear the inscription 'tree Czechish repuWio.',' '. The German soldiers are being dis with Fi-ench occupied the suburbs of that city klUed hy a shell, it is annopricsd, Mellin, also u depUty'from j ues, who was accompauying'M.'Durralt '.vas severely \Vouaded,- 95 ;