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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - November 1, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta NOTHING IS AS SAFE. BUY VICTORY BONDS! VOUJMIS XI. I-K'l HlilillX,!.. AI.HKHIV IHJDAY \M miu i; l. i-Hh N't Mui-.n -m AUSTRIA IN HANDS OF REBELS-HUNGARY A REPUBLIC AUSTRIA IN TURMOIU-TISZA, FORMER HUNGARIAN PREMIER, ASSASSINATED ITALIANS SMASH AUSTRIAN FRONT PA PERKINS SQUELCHES PEACE TALK AMERICANS ARE ACTIVE; Marshal Haig's Forces Move Forward Once Mo. on Yalcn-, ciennes Front-American Artillery Active a. Verdun. s . -V PEOPLE OF HUNGARY HAVE WASHINGTON, Nov, 1.-Official 'tornt dispatches ted. the victorious twerp of Italian and allied ,irnn� that it de Austrian front r.iys th- Itnlinntt are moving >.. troop* on the Italian cupied the town of Sadie. the Liveiua. 1* mdea west of � war office announces. The enemy is falling back r.-.pitily . ector. WITH THE AMERICAN ARMIES NORTHWEST OF V 1.- (9:30 a.m.) - (By the Associated Prr��i--Grrs'tH aii.re. fire by the American heavy and light batteries bra,.*" tho, along the front of the American army. ON OFFENSIVE AGAIN LONDON, Nov. 1.-The British *.r.-;otit; resumed th� w(' of Valenciennes this morning., Field Mjrph.tl H.ng %zyi m hii Good progress is being nnide. AUSTRIAN FRONT COLLAPSES ROME, Nov I.-In their offensive against the Austriai-i Grappa front in northern Italy, the ttaliant have praises -. strongly that this front has collapsrd, the war utOre arm The Italians have forced the (jorge of Qucro, have paa�>-sur east of Monterese and are advancing in the Piavp .alley ' de�f,'ib'!'q Olishjng f,� tirea' 'rap* count pri-. nt liav? ,i-� Piavr. the ".tie Grappj tOLN. N.v-, ied artitif,. ntornmtj ;ti " 11� � ' e n t m y ;v *d ,-.!. 'ifs Jivl ! Artillery Battles Paris. Nov. 1.--Violent .irt ties were In vrogrcNK las.' rn',; French front. ftlnnK flo' > noutieenient. Take Prisoners * Ijondun, Nov. I. -lJriii-h t minor enterprises near 1,.' ON T)ii])'.irj;'.y captured a � prisoners, Field Mars.1; il li.i: today. rl on  S' ! the il'V Complete Isolation Will Nov. Forjfc Hun I .en tiers To Their Knees London, Nov. 1. 'I'll,1 i ,i!iip!"-i>- i-.-i Lilion Germany a* a v�  i'ir i.t � > �>�>!� I most overywhort! us liriutlnt; . ,id of tho war very nv.ir. ulrlimiKli in .miuh-quarters warilltiK Ik raind Dial �1� Certnun army mid navy an' sir,; ::i oxistf'ticc and. In ilic hands of ili-,p.-r. ;ito men. arc for�iluu>>ii' and Uaueer' otis. Tlio Ki-'icvnl lone of tlv comment, liowover, indlcales a belief that the Germans must sooner nr later accept surrondiM- 1.0 the. allied te;:ii'. 'riier-is c.ousidevalilc speculation a- to t!u pxti'Mit (Scrmtiny will lie able to opposo tho carrying out ot the lermtf 'I'uvkey luis accepted. It is uuknown whet her Gornuin Ktirrlsons still hold tlie liar-daiiollos forts and other .tefeiiM-1 �r (!oliatnnt(noplo, while reHlst.iuce by the (ierinunlzml Kui.^lau lll.uk Si-a fleet Jh reK'ui'ilcil as a .'-.Tioiis possi. Wlity. Purls, Nov. l.--('apus, In the Figaro tvrllos: * "Mow mucli loiiKcr can isolated G(-r. jiwny withstand Hit; formidable recoil of Die war she caused? The main fa-l is thai now there Is none, even tier-many herself, who doubts that the hours tiro numbered. It remains Tor us to be prepared for her last convulsive effort without allowing t!i� frightful spectacle, to arouse any pity. Who would dure ui'KC that the enormity of her crimes should profit the criminal." / Commonting on Turkish eolJapye, tho Echo de Pfiris, say?: "Tlio event was not unforeseen. It had been delayed by tho presence of Gorman forces in tho Turkish capital and waters. They obliged ys to display a threat of land and sea invasion. We ui'o happy to record that in view oi the incontestable, superiority of our arms everywliero tho affair waa settled without, a buttle, it is t'ui most coiivinoliiK testimony of the complete victory which will bo ours (u tho near llltuvu." Be Glnd .ni'l Irp, Jnm in Declaring a Republic-( "iin.;:! lit lakrn Over the Government. -National '0>'f.ma(,t.f. !_;gy th� �u�el,infnt. according ta a rrttMai* ���t by C�wfli�t Karolyl. w'u l� httd ef lh� Hun|iHin In. I I'll I, in tK,, preildfn| National CStintH." fMPEROR CONCILIATOnV ',. \?,  -*ft*r th� p'oclamitifln of a rapublic In lj ti.p'-, it-t r K)f���t�tive ef the emptror, (eft !� Clly, itterO-�Mrj� T*i�grip'' dupatch from lurltli, Cu>i�i. i' * dupAleh addi, btfoff Maying Vltnna ptraantll/ jii t .htutt with �h� population he avoidad, Me Inttruttld i, � > a vulhcut re�ntance to ti't new p�wtr. AU.tt;*' TERMS FOR AU8THIA HUNGARY fi . ' -.It t undtrttood that th� l�rm� of th� ahi�d natiert ,'..� r ln-'. forget !er F':. Oor.''. be afraid  -> Tii,nk hindly. CwO�t Letiibridqr Snop si uiuaL Remember tl>e VifD'v t. ojn. Now then, ,ill !5Qr i-r-Pull' Surrender of Turkey Frees Allied Armies In the Orient THREE TRAINS A A mil HAI, VI IE Temporary iri-anigement NN'hile Kpidemi  is ^lill Itiiinpu; t On ami ;ilhT Xhvi, ti-i.'i)>0;.ii y jit rant:Mil'.'! ilemie of t;'.fliii-ii/:t i i uly tbi'.-e truins a v.. Hveru Medicine I i vt ;,, I.etivlirUiKe Tliis air. made yesterday aft'iii, ntltces here 'i'iie iiftet Mediiine K brldpte aiiii Aliii-i'Kyde �, day. IVeducsduv and train the other way ijay. Thursday and .' will be no change i;> The attcrnoou trait; numton ami Calnary b.i lod entirely and the r. between tboso two pin been operating dully  on Sundays. Tho above change.) orary, and will last \tt or threo weeks. ;>!- v:i... ;.s iii fill til II;,' enj. s.tanr.ied :,ui, I. will run he ii (\iU;aty via lileemen', >i liv the local m train froui via l.eth-� "iiti u:i Mou- :' - -..,-,...� : . W.-ll I � .;. . : \\ . " i ,- i , �' .\. � -. aiiO 1 '.> > .'. �,'.,',� '...�. : p:,ibat.:> tt'..' �:.� �. v c i: . ! 'he li :- ie rl. ' - : (.. . \.v th- I' . � v ' . : r i i l'.':�  �  :.!,,V w � � - ARMISTICE TERMS IEI MiniMri ui i'uliHi- lt�-.,ltli \t.,' , ! ufltirt ( iiituiU'ii! on Situa-ion in Province ' . isten f� lot ,'.55   '^tet-ce tern-s �permit, mu j be C'n'.red ^t::t!> to mnnary tt | quiromtnt;, ,i.,e> tr i cc-�d.�.area -.ir, upjn Hren j dent VV/sor.'. pr.nctpiej, vvi.-  I I fom* (i(fi.iit*�rit. Victory Loan Armies Are Gaining New Objectives OFFICIAL COVMUNIQUF. FROM THF. VICTORY LOAN FRONT (Issued by Generalissimo Kintosh). Mac START AG1TATIC 'i AtiAi -T KAISER London, Nov. 1-Socialists through; are about to start an th,e Immediate abdic peror William, the Field Marshal von and withdrawal of Co the crown princes oi Bavaria, according t dam dispatch to t Telegraph company^ Votks Zeitung of l_e >iidtpendent Jt Germany agitation for itton of Em. Itmiaial of Hindanburg nmanda from Prussia and i an Amater-e Exchange quoting PiifJ. the MINERS' BATTALION - Hold ing the centre of the front effectively, taking important objectives, driving Home Huns Back last night captured objectives totalling $22,150.-General Long-worth. FARMERS' BATTALION-Moving up slowly on flank of Miners' battalion, have captured the ^tO,-' 000 hill, and have reached the $11,850 objective. General Harris reports further progress. BATTALION OF THE NORTH -General G. B. MacKay has mads rapid progi-n;,. r.-.^turing the fflp 000 objective by 3 sweeping drive on the we�t yesterday. f BATTALION OF THE SOUTH -General Maebatn moving up on the right flank in speedy style has captured $50,000 >bjectivs. Point reached t?.st night $52,160. General udvaucc all alor.j; the liLt was the riiiws [rum the Yjciovy Laaa front ii l.etbbridge dutak-t up till late last night The war n�p displays a.Jistinct bettorniuut iu the sltuatloa this morning. The $200,000 objective is wi'.biii reach at noon today, and has prolmnly by ibis time been i.iptured. Important objectives were takuu by all hr.ttulions yesterday, prod-ablv the most notuble Katn bving thu! .........._______- ~,________.________ (Ctmtiuuid ob l'sge 10). '. ;-..� - -.-I...-! , s -'-i ::..�:' 'o �*sti-r!iv .it � �--.-�> >; rt  j i ' t � '; l ; '." .' � ' ^ t Dir. . � . : - ' ' |.-.:' I 1 a  - � '. ::.. '....:;;.. iitr .  I.- . - i :i-' :e;",r.i 1 '. �> ,i-  '. :>. r:!-;- :'."> VWn r --Am ta-ai>-;: > �'. ' egtvvtl1 � W.tvn� ; i -.!;r y re',"n'r ! ha' ;.; . *u t ' �:. I,'. �  i't.'tu t^'- " ��> .��v:;i-� i' nwiu; t,i i.tfjib;';:; ��p(| tu r.e n... i . .!i:i'j�iiv-|!)e, it'aiiaiiuiii. '.\rs. t'liiitonk bud i,b,.a: i�Huty vai"* with an iu.provUji-rita: a';;i two nuttps ymitigs'.uwn has al>''it thirty, th.-y ri-ceivini; attention At Ceroid alio.'t f;g};ty-f>.ar icpurled this inornltii: .iu.i a tiurse �i� ?*nt from tho 1'iihli,- !!eal::\ of-iic? at Caljtary. The southern portion of the province, like the north, would appear to have sUailieJ aw^y in the-fight because a report comes in from Mis* Sergeant of tlio public health o."-nee at Calgary that tij�ii;i 11 a.m. but one outsice call was received by that office, and this Jjidlcates (hat the pt>o-p|i� in the afflicted localities uie thoroughly or|fani-:: a the ;. '.. i- . �  .- , tpe.-teA i "-fi * ' "i-�-! * :e,:--|v-  i ' a..-.� : .'ir*^* .,!,-..�!. i.llti!!- � : .:.-.!".. i .'! - . ;-.iri i tilor^. l; , �!-- 1 I- /(led. ffov f'(C|i r Aoi Ti jeps ii ' i|t!;r,iri iiintiirt-t't- ;n I "i .'7,,t!i S'ietiii.i and \\ � i;^rij� a,-. oiiiinK to the . ' a i 1 :,� the ! '  ! ' ,'it-iiiniimy pour par-v 'h 'I..- It-iiai; lOinmander. ac-.;(�: ott.cial announcement �''�-'!: .. '. la' New Ministry N iiifuia! announce- � . ..-..Je ::; HaJapeft, �*}$ ..' tt  l!)tn�, oft Ifte A'lrtatl.-, h)l�n prn':)sln)f,| fJi*>lr 'inion t\*th Its'r,  c(ir��' jt!ia ..lilitMtv ef war. st�.ir t  i l\'lrl)U� i|!>|,�t,!( i|Jull!)C lb" �,-inle!f. jr|�; aiv>7, .ixep-ry ttblitl CJM>mtitl!y '!� '.i"l for u.skine 'ourt anQuuncr-riit-tit' TcaUjr'i Vt*dn� n�Wi��p�r> deny thit l.'wptror Cimrles las left li.i. capitaV The tmpsrtst co'jfls ar* still in Vi.-nnt, It ti dselarel. An init�-tul ordtnsnra ordere s'l older in tho fntlntrT to plsrs th*�-� ilvis hi the trrvlco of the StnthM iiinsiitutril by iitiwlj formfid rovs:�;-metiti anil to permit thn tutdiurs tfto di-r tlu'Ir cumnuDil to do liken lis. No Acts et Vlstsncs t'opfiiiiaK�n, Nov, 1.-The orftnUt. Hon of t)e> new CischoSlo?�k Main It procettdlnc In an ordsrtT mtner, ru-corillng to reports from ITafu* r�-civil) Ironi Prsguu rerslfsd hsr� by way of lli-rliii. Thn nstionsl council bus appointed new rftlhfsy. telegraph ami postal officials. There liato b*�n no especial sen of violence, Thn new stale has setted all (be roth ioK stuck* on the railways and bad taken po.Mejslon of the lines ti far oh Itoilentisch, near tb.8 frontier of riaiotty. Tlie f.'iecblili rar.i bear Iho inscription 'freo Czechish republic* Tho German soldier* are being disarmed. All trains carrying food or materia! for Austria or Germany h��e been stopped and the eiportatlon of eoal hai been forbidden. . _ i Former Hungarian Premier Killed copenhagen. Ncv. 1.--Count Tina, ths form;r Hungarian premier, hss ne--- h'.nea by a soldier, according to a Budapest telsgram today, Ths coaei tell '.iLtm-. to a revolver snet while out walking. centr* of many rlotlous scanei in th� Htmsari*;i parliament during his leadership atiil In 1913 fought nt least Ihrco duels with puV.tlcal opponents, lu January of that year he wounded ('omit Michael Karolyl, a life long and bitter opponent, in a duel at Uudapest. Up to his retirement from the premiers'] Ip, be was opposed to the paci-tV.s iu Hungary. Within the last year, however, ho bus urged peace and In a speech on October 15, declared he no longer hopes for an Austro-German victory, Promer.adlng With Family tUsel, Nov, 1-Count Tis*a was promenading with his family when he was shot, a Budapest dispatch racelv. ed here by way of Berlin aunounces. A woman member of the' group was also wounded. i'n'tv.r TisM, wb'ij-i life 1* reported '�a'.-''. . \ a--..s-oi;if.,i:ii long lies been  ,ii:j four men !�'-.;.:i-i:!e .'or thu war and the accus-at:, a 'i,1 s '';'"n :.'ia(k- that htr !;naud ' a .Magyar and Huniarlaa to the .-o: e, i.'omit 'i'lsz-i was pro-German am] alu'e-d constantly at tho aupretn-icy of limitary over Austria in the dual monarchy lie was born in ISM, the youngest son of Kalman Tim, a leading Hungarian statesman, who Have Hungary a consolidated government. i'ount Tisii was twice premier uf Hungary, from 190:: to 1005 and from June, 1913, to .May, 1917. He was the ON WHOSE ORDERS? Paris, Nov. 1-In commenting upon the receipt hv (Jen. Dial. Mollin, also u deputy front Valeiiclen-uos. who was Hccorupatiying M. Dttrr*.. .vas severely wounded. '. 8760 956?80 ;