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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - November 1, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta FRIDAY NOVKMUKR 1. VMH the LF/rmnmni? hail? herald page five to accept all Amsterdam, Nov. 1.-The views expressed at the German war cabinet meeting on Tuesday, says the Weser Gazette, "substantially strengthened the decision to meet President Wilson's demands regarding the monarch!-)) autocracy." London, Nov. 1.- (0� 15 p.m.}.-� The Austrian fleet at Pola, the naval base on the Adriatic Sea, has surrendered to the southern Slav council, according to a dispatch received by the Central News A(J�ncy. seize trains' Amsterdam. Nov. 1.--T\vo (rains tarrying oil to Germany have been poized by Czech I roups. All trains oanyinp: food to VIimhisl anil to Germany also have been hold up. Tlio Wesor Gazette Mays that all pai.scny.ei' and merchandise Ii-ailU- between Austria and Germany stopped on Wednesday. German Recognition Amsterdam. Nov. 1.-Germany, according lo an iinuuiitieemeui made in tin: Wescr Gazette, Has recognized Hi" 1'niKiin general nallonal council and lias ordered Consul Gebhatlel to make the necessary declaration in behalf of the Berlin unvi.-rnniont. s 10 the west Montreal, Nov. 1.-Hurrying west On transcontinental trains today, several thousands of small glusst bottles containing anti-influenza serum arc on t lie if way from the Canadian rail-nay board to all railway centres in tile west. Free innoculation will be offered all railway workers who desire th0 treatment as far as the supply can be obtained. There are now 14.00n railway employees off duty and although ii Havana. Nov. 1.-Grieving over the death of her husband, who had (llij of Influenza, Mrs. Carman La-vera, aged 34, yesterday killed her seven young sons, and then placed the livestock of the farm in a hut and after settlnu it afire leaped into the flames. She was rescued in a serious condition by soldiers. operateallThe 1 Winnifios. Nov. 1.-The Ottawa cor-respondent, of the Free Tress wires that, tilt; government, intends to pass p.n ordor-in-council extending the power of the Canadian Northern railway board so that it may have, jurisdiction over (lie Intercolonial, National Transcontinental an J other government railways. Corporate control v ill thus be established over approximately H.onn miles of railroad. British Forces Drive Huns Back In Flanders WITH THE BRITISH FORCES IN BELGIUM, Nov. t. -A-,- ih� ir.iult of the operations of Gen. Plu,timer's army in id: junction wth the Dflgi.'in forces there bar, been ,-i gr' extension of the allied front northward along the Scheldt river. The obstinately defended town of Tournai W beginning to figure as the apex of a large salient. SEVEN HUNDRED GUNS ROME. Nov. 1.-The number of prisoners taken by the allied fore*-; in their drive against the Austro-Hungarians in northern Italy is steadily increasing More than 700 guns have been captured. Imm-n-.r booty has been taken. PENETRATED FOUR MILES LONDON. Nov. 1.-Thr- local attack in Flanders yesterdd/ niiniinn made by the Brituh and French hctv/esn the Scheldt and Lys riy�f; proved most successful Th-: front of attack was about. 12 milr.s ,md Hit German positions were penetrated to a depth of betwren tin re to four miles. PUSHED BACK FIVE MILES WITH THE BRITISH FORCES It/ FLANDERS. Nov !. -British force:, in thru' .ittar.k in th". Bclgiai, region pushed the German:, hack oT the Scheldt river nloncj a front of nerhaps five miles above Abelgh-m. imperial COLORS bulletins w. rent i trv i on. il Hi tl state BUILDINGS NEWSPRINT CONTROL Nov. 1. - Government, icvsprinl. paper iielus-I lie. p.i per will lie d i :� Jl i-.WSJia pel :; in tin tin- smaller new:-... id-:; - d by Chair--'. is Hi% dat' HANDED THE TERMS London, Nov. I.-Gen. L'iaz, the. Italian commander-in-chief, handed tlio armistir'e. terms to the Austrian coin-manrler today, aecordinR to the. Evening Star. The terms of the armistice. Hie n,:wspa]ier adds, wili be, published tomorrow. Hi. ASK .i: ic :il n.l ml Wild Knlhiisiasm for thr Flan; in Vienna-New Constitution Keel IIOMBEU HflDE Oipeuhapn,. :c.iv. t. . c,� i \  r-'irjiitrd press i Oder ih,. t|.. n.m;; "A republic t,ri lire niarcli, tin- I'.i-rlm t of Weill.i-srlay i;ive.. did ail of Hie event:: of that, day in Vienna Tin' d f :i i oust rat ions li'-i-vm in '!:" i, -|i.i r-riuan i h Hum i.i 1 ' !!' ; tiv o i n z � ri.-1.ii u'al. , i'Tlin KAISER TO QUIT. f op.-n!iai;eu. Nov. 1.-The runiorfl �if I'hiipeior William's abdication an> I'.isl premature, the Merlin Vos- t, nil tie � I" Am Hi on. | erio-1 in-. i- lt.,|,. �ili; ll> d � i- le- / says in Thursday's is-:-ue I!, adds, however, that the. ah-Ii i.ion question was discussed at. the I.i'" = t. mi'"iiii>;s of the war cabinet, and ii '  Mated I'uat. former Vlc.o-Chancc.l-1 ir I I'dbr n"(-;i' U.i 11itii;irjn. N"v diot f tlie fJennan.'- o',l of ISheulIeK on the v," ' Men,,, jn yesterday I: Verdun llfin. I'm. Inn; i : ommunii.ation for Thiii-��'  I lie i apt lire and inK v.-js lively on Hi" -vlu in'- III" day. ^"ven "i: were shot do'vn. all Am ine.i returning safely. I pi lit ion. desi.-ribcd in (,; ar,; olneially jepor'.' 1. Good Progr^s London. Nov. 1- i, Marshal Ilaig's fjrr th-bank i'in'; i in in;:- i'i"snlcii! Iiiri)'.l.">li'!. v( 'ii" N i-tienai ' oini'i!. deciar,''! t i i * � nation.ii goV"rnui''til would lake ov-r the wiioh; adiniui.-l r.n ion uu Tliur.-d.,.'.". "lint without the I rnp.:biirg," -io.nt e'ilb'-y Hi'-'rou.' dur-" an�Miat.';-." �an mach-nlim^ .":i-�li-p:.:ch-.; - field 'oil pro-this nt�iriiin� in "lr.n . Tiiaf � ii '' ['lund-d on t!i-e  "I pl';-'l|)"I'r- tin- nurnin: man �re :'iinil:il'l l.'iiidiiu: o,,|.- 'li command tlio valleys of th- lh'enta and j Cismon. Domln itlon of the llrental v i it nal I >- means possession of the: Trcntino, The command of the Cis-j i.-ns Hit! roads to llelluna and Removing Civil Population Villi Hit: American Army in l-'rance, Nov. 1.-'I'lie (;erin,'iir are now removing the civil population in advance of the retreat of tin-ir armies from French soil. A document captured by American soldiers contain:' instructions for rounding un the male population capable of heaving arms and all cattle. The document -ays that this i has only been done in parpup in this time, because the passive resistance of the population hail reined the lorce.s at the disposal of the local r> established iv-ir (lie he ubi'iar-ters lor Hie civilian-' who are in be removed. The cattle will h  taken to the nearest slaughter bouse-;. The German order also provide* that all hors-s must be taken and concludes: "Th- purpose in view can only be aconrnpil.'.'lied by proceed jm; without tlie slightest consideration." Gerinar,'3 Careful RctreJt then call''! upon Hie soldi'is and oi-ficers to retiiow: Hi-: imperial � �ori�� >^ tho cmiiorjr'j sUi&Mtlon still iicrsiBt, You can save 25 per cent on your clothing bill Saturday at McKelvie & McGuire's m Suits and Overcoats Only This means pre-war prices and better in many cases. Save and Buy Victory Bonds THESE PRICES ARE FOR SATURDAY ONLY. McKelvie THE "2" M*S McGuire ^ ^ Largest Distributors of Men's Wear in Southern Alberta. ;