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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - November 2, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta SATURDAY. NOVEMBER 2, MM THE LET'IBRIDC.F, DAILT HERALD PAGE FIVE Force Germans To Get Behind Rhine Washington, Nov. 2.-Information reaching Washington today through diplomatic channels is that the armistice terms hcing perfected liy the supreme war council will require the Germans to withdraw 30 mites behind the Rhine, leaving behind munitions and rolling stocks and to surrender Heligoland with the German fleet, including submarines. This would put the border stronghold cities in the hands of Marshal Foch and return the German military machine home with its power gone. >, According to-this information the terms will be so drastic that some of the military experts doubt that the Germans will accept them without, further fighting. Washington Satisfied Wii'OiiiiKl'Mi, Nov. a.--Tlii! naval t'-niiM of Hie (irmi.-dice iiKi'uiMl upon liy llii! win' eouticil �l Versailles arc in siilntinilial accord Willi tlie views on llil.s subject Mllimitleil by tlie. ('lifted Si.iich giivoriiDiiMit. thnMti;li Ail-jnlriil (lenson. Tit Ik was leartiei] burn toilay, Ihmiftli the exact nature of tlie tel'ni.s uliieh ('�cfinany will be reunited to submit. In are Htill under confidential seal. No announcement i� expected to rome from Ver.SfillleH until the council bin completed its entire tank. It. viis (letenuineil in ndvatiee that, do pood would come of piecemeal pub- CARTERS MS FOR MlADACMl. IV ER If OR BILIOUSNESS pills.} f on comtpxno* City Subscription Rates Advance Next Week ON AND AFTER NOVEMBER 4 the subscription price of the Herald to city subscribers will be advanced to 15c a week. This rate has already been established in other western cities. The reason is evident. In spite of all the war advances there h�B been no Increase in the price of the Herald during the past four years. The price of paper alone, since January 1st, 1917, Increased 62l/2 per cent. To meet these advances and to maintain the standard .of the Herald's war news service which is particularly expensive and to endeavor to produce a better paper it is nectfssary to call on city subscribers to bear their fair share of the cost which is already being incurred to meet these ends. Even at 15c a week a paper Is cheap when compared with other things worth having that are increasing in cost. A Few More Recruits Are Now Required for DRAFT Apply at once R. N. W. M. Police Barracks licit y. An til the untitle of the nuvnl jtfif Ktiards ami mtanititees lo be demanded o[ Cieniuiny an the price oV ;> cew-K.'ilioi) of hnxlllilio.-t. it. is said that the most emitioiirt public opinion will be nati.-lied when the lei'im are disclosed. They tire rffiifl 10 l';ne nolbln;.; lo chance. If t liny are accepted by Hie enemy, it. is declared, men may ,,iil where lliey will on any sea with the certainly Ilia I. there will lie no renewal �> the. sulimidiiie terror. Naval Ttfrms Settled Washington, Nov. _ - Ollici.'il ) I West nf the Aleuse. the (Jerinans are now in n Kcriou i'he. sttceessftil American ard I'r'iicli diive on Friday, (len i resumed the to I' i iilac. I______________________  �'� in a ninth .twerp-. after e up | s.-ion i � niis ; and e|ll[>t. | f i he � , Austro-Hungarian fleet." The Austrian Story Vienna, N'ov. i!.-(via [Jasel)-The: Austrian naval department Isiin s the folio winir: "On Friday morninp afte;- tlio fico? had been survemlerod lo the Slav national council commtttr-e. several Italian navy orflcers r.laco.d u mine near Hie VurltHis I'nitl- and sank her. A majority of the cffker.-i and crew were saved." Germans ubbornly Resist On Th*4 Mause -ST (fluy a Victo'y Jifmi't. I'aris. Nov. -I'tipertintu n either side of Vnuziore.- and e.'ccel-leiit. pronresf was effected in the. ditfi-1 cult count ry. ! Met ween fjrunde 1're and the Mi'is", tlie Americans pushed ahead "'^ tail"-; 'and are on the heiulits which dominate | Bnzancv, an Important centre of th" ; enemy oniiintunicai ion. tin ihe otle r jwiiip. flcn. Coiiraud re.u h"d tlie ap-pi'oaclu^ to tlie Arile'ine- canal he-It ween AUlKny and Le rhe-r.,>, temiini; | to ritttflanl; Uetli"! from the east. I while the l-'rem ii ",th army bepau to j outflank it to the northwest, of cha-; tenu-Poi'cien. I The capture- of Valenciennes ,-,,bls ' cnnsldrrahly to the daiii;r i ons sittia- tirm for the enemy alon^ the wh"l" front. -- DON'T QUIT. No soldier drops his gun after the first charge and says "1 helped last time-I'm through." Yet that's what YOU are doing when you say you bought a Victory Bond last year ,-ind think you have done enough. We can't win with yesler. day's bullets. Tomorrow's victory depends upon what we do TODAY. WANT IMMEDIATE PEACE Paris, Nov. 2.- (Havas).-Immediate peace is demanded in manifestos published by German Socialist newspapers from throughout the empire. The Fem'nlMa groups in their statements declare that the German women will take every means of opposing the continuance of the war. BODIES RECOVERED "ELEGRAPHIC BRIEFS  liny a Victoiy lioudi. Major (ieneral Mcwb'in! lias *.-f urn -I id O'tjiwu. from the v. e.-t ; Victoria, Xov. 2.~ j the surface of the of approximately \ I' i;o,| ArS' iii of �lit i'ia is lib- 1 us.;, U.:;:.n. All r. S. fwleral reiorvp di-.trtefs overstlh "liheil to the J-ibelty Loan, tli" l!n. ten. di-!vlct veachiriK 1-ti per cent of its quota and r-tatuiini; Iir--f in tii" pe|-r,.nia^e column. Hi'iimond made lj,; per crn'. and Philadelphia 1 Vancouver v.ae'- -tores i lined at 1 n'l lie-|; ii, i !' Ill tlie spread of ill-(l'teii'/.t. Tlieie ha, i- been I7!i deaths in that (ity. Found floating on son. at a distance, miles to the onat-i ward of DattRcr Ilor.kK, on the cast side of the Queen Charlotte, Islands, two bodies and a lifebelt from the lost steamer (iaiinno were picked up yoii-terday by the steam whaler Brown. 1 The bodies were, identified as those of James Aird, abln-soaman, of kin heinr; Mrs. AKnea Aird, llowfonl, Inverness. Scotland, and Arthur K. Hume, stoker, a. native, of N'ow West-riiin'ter, his mother residing in that city. BRITISH VETERAN DEAD Taroma. Wflph.. Vov. 2.~Capt. Walf-er Kttch, of the Ttritish tnisalon at. f'amp Lewis, a veteran -with thrns years' service Jn France anil wearer of the Military Cross, died of Jnfltt-enxa at. ("amp Lewis baa", hoeptta! yesterday. TTc had been ill-two Tvcoks. f. Fraiilu'urter nf tbe dnip m.itv.'.tart urini* firm of that name in Winnipeg, died at Vancouver William \V. N'. McN'eeiy, �on of .fohn McN'eely, MfdicilK; Hat died on Wcil-ncsdav. FEW CENTS DESTROYS STOPS FALLING HI Save Your Hairl Mske It Wavy and Beautiful-Try This! Thick, j Thin, brittle, colorless and st rapuy 'bair'is mute evidence of a iie�lectcd ! scalp; of dandruff -that awful scurf There is nothing so destructive to j the hair as duudtuff. ft robs the hair j ol' Its lustre, it* streiiRtli and its very I life; eventually producing u feverish-! iiess and ItchlnK of tbe scalp, which j if not remedied causes the hair roots 'to shrink, loosen and die-then the ;hair falls out fast. A little Danderine 'tonlKlil- now any lime-will sun lv ] save your hair. j (let n small bottle of Know lion's I Oan^el'lne from any iImk store or toil-lot counter, and after the first applioa tion your hair will lake, on that life, lustre and luxuriance wliicli Is so | beautiful. It will become wavy aufl i fluffy and have the appearance of abundance, tin incomparable bIoks mid [Softness; hut what will please you ; most will be after Just a few weeks' I use, when you will actually see a � lot of fine, down/ hair -new hair- j EiwvittK all over tlie scalp.-Advert, j A Dominion blxpress Money Order for five dollars costs three cents. When oi'ilerlnK Rootts by mall send a Dominion Kxpress Sloney Order. Dominion Kxpress .Money Orders are on1 sale in five tbotisiuid offices throughout Canada. LOOKING THROUGH to sco If ha has neglected any Hpaco which ho ban not thoroughly pulnted. Wlton it comes HOUSE PAINTING cr decorating wo are thoroughly capable of tnking charge of any contract that may bo given to us. TuH us what you think yon want ^lono nnd leave, the vent of tho job to us and wo will do It tluirouKUly. Wo arc experts when It comes to Houso fainting. Wellington Bros. Tha Dacoratort SHERLOCK BUILDING Pi,v .'.... r'.ln Chief of itof. .' V ree.. .j.jpo'Ch says, has afket' t'ic C^cc'i natn-oal council to send him a representative to arrange far �>e demobdiza-tiowand imnediate reivrn home of tbe Czech iotdiers. GERMANS IN RETREAT With the American Forces West of Verdun, Nov. 2.-The German forces are giving way before the pressure directed against them liy the Americaes. The Gcrmani tonight are in retreat beyond the Freya position. The Germans have retired so rapidly at some points that *.ne Americsns have experienced difficulty in maintaining contcct with the enemy. GERMANS RESIST STUBBORNLY With the American Forces Merlhwest of Verdun, Nov. ?,- Gen. Pershing's forces continued their attack in tbe region west of thn Mouse this evening capturing Fosse. This, represents an advance of four miles from the starting line through B-iyonvillc. The Germans gave little, if any, indication of the impending retrest until this afternoon. All morning along the line the Americans on every part of the line had met with stubborn resistance. Italian Official Home. N'ov, j. The otl'icinl text is-j sue.I todav i. ;idf : j "l-'.a-t of the I'.i' n'a, tit" ptir;eit con-j liniics. (In 'he Aslatui plulo.v.i. tlie jeiiemv is i"-i tin); In >:ive lime fur j the masses in tin' rear to retire, bill j the troops of the r.tb army have cross-led hv force of anus ibe p-.iss between I Kothzo ami Iloi,ii. eurryinK ;n a bitter I striiKK'e. Monte l.i-sere. ami are ad-! v;inciiiK in the valley of the N'os. ! "The lib aj'inv has occupied Hie ' iieitiht.s liiirlh o (he follow of the Fonz.iso ami hi" pu^lu'd furu.ird columns into the St'.cans valley. Tile old frontier was p.isM'd yeserday eveniim, Alpine priinii,, havmn erosseil the l'# ave with improvisi'il means in Ihe lleichl.O) lined of lliische. have spread out in the ai'-a hi'twceii Feltre and San Ciiistan.i. Italian troop-, who yesieriliiy wen In licavy finhtiiiK ;it the I'as.Mi di ISoldo. the hollow of Falilaltn are i.'oinj; up the t'ordovole valley. They have passed beyond Finite Xelle Alpi St 1111 ill'e nuM'CllillK toward l.otujaron. "On the philtis. an Ittilian cavalry division under the County ot� Turin, haviiiK overcome the stiibfnVni resistance of the enemy at Castello d'Avi-nno, San Martino, occupied Forilonne and passed the Ceiiini-Medua. "Our own ami allied aviators are complete masters of the air ami continue without pause their daritiK activities and Italian airships tuuuhed the railway stations In the. Hugunn valley ut lilKht. "It is not possilde to calculate the nnniber of nuns abandoned on the lines ot battle now distarjt from the flfjhtitiK fronts and on the roads. More than ftivhi h'ave been counted. More than Rii.OOO pi ;.,.iriers hu\n been counted, Our soldiers have liberated thousands of prisoners from captivity." 80,000 Prisoners Ttome, Nov. 1- KlKhly-thousand prisoners and l.tiOd Kims have been captured in the Italian offensive, tho war office announced. Italian cavalry Is advancing rapidly toward the TiiKllamento anil l'onionne, 11 miles west nf tho Tagliamunto. In tho mountains east of tho Bren-ta, the Italians continue in pursuit of tho enemy. On the Aaiugo plateau tho Austvlnim are reslstinR but the Italians have carried tho heights of Monte t'lsmou and Momo Llssnr. Tho Italian 4tli army has advanced northward In the Trentino as far as tho Sit-Kaua valley, the Austrian fvontior he-tns passed Friday evening. Northeast of Feltre, Alpine soldiers have crossed tho f'luvo near Iluscho. ' In the vicinity of RelUma, tho Italians are pressing up the Cordovolo valley toward Ixmgaroue. Northeast of T'ovdenone, tho Italians hnvo pussod the Cellini-Meduu river, six miles west, of the Tiiulliunon. to. Successful Operations Washington, Nov. a.-Victorious op. erallonH west of tho Keuse by tho American army in conjunction with tho 4th French army wore carried out through perfect co-operation of lnfaii that d i\).-ions n�l vance. rorumunlration : the (,'erni;:r.s lei,', v.,- e ,. :i, a vain nttc'iip to -top t Continued Fighting London, Nov. 'J.-- The lij.-ntint; which IkVmii >vtt)i yesfei'ihiv's I'.titisli attack sun'li of Valeiicier.',. tiiro'tyho'i1. ihe nirli j ! lain t v ported toil j .' | No Armist I Koine, Nov. '1.-At: I issued by the Italia I day concerning tlie ! "An officer nf Mm j.-'rflf presealeii iiim -, was continued '. Field Marshal ce Yet �ifflehi! statement i Koverninen' to-irtnls'ire says: Austrian Kcuernl e'.t a' t'i" front of our lines heann;: crcdetiti.i'.- and asked to discus. ;,'J armi�ti'.-ent;: ol tlie! a'l'.i s aed the I'lii'ii K'ate" 'o com - DON'T CREOIT REPORT -----s - iTJtty a Victory I'.omll. Iinsel, N'ov. ". - lieijardiiiK the reports that Philip S'ehledeniann, .�-'(" iali^t iind secretary wi'hout portt'olic j in the German cabinet, had addre- � of President Wilson, nam.'iv. ' rentier it im-j po-s.hle for the i-iiemv to rccoiiimeui e I war and to prevu'. hltii from profii-' ling by an avmi>ni'" �> withdraw f.-oni hi difficitl' military sl'.natiun. The con-j iiiition of ihe h.-ill!u 1 � lishi'd a letter ad ivesscd to Ko'.ic.i Lansing, the American secret.ny ic slat", on Oct. is by Prof. Lamniasch. ', the Austrian premier, Prut'. Josepn i UeiUU'h. member of the r> Mt't.it1! ! anil Councillor Mein'. The letter i-' tt�.,i(.,j that time ho t'iven tli" Cerrran in Austria to niaUe iie.i-s-aiy iti'':iic i eforms witluxit uiuliii'i'stat mil of lac. cor against tlii'iii, which would nnl; result In delaying the rc-c- -tahl'.-h mem of peace, says the dispatch. CIVIL SERVICE APPOINTMENTS Ottawa. Nov. 1. -The civil  ervi'C i omniission announces the following as successful cinilhlatTsKov the office named: (ieorge S. N'icol. Victoria, 1!. C :i: sistant rec.'iver.g..,,, n.l. Calgary: Stephen 1',. N'elles. Kegina. ;is>isllitii r> I'.'lvei'-gcin i ,il. Heglna: Wilhain Morton, Calgary, acciitititant, ottice ol assi^t.mt ivo-ivcr-general, Calgary: .� If. Malkin. peglna, iiccoiintant, eit'ft First  liaptist church. Calgary, has presented his resignation to the hoard of dcac ons of the church. He has received two calls, one from the Fifth avenue liaptist church of Troy, N.W., the other from the First liaptist "htirch of I Wolfville, N. S. THREE HUNDRED ENGLISH BRIDES Melbourne, Aus.. Oct. 2.",, via London. Nov 1. -A contingent of returned Australian soldiers and three hundred Knglibh bride.-- arrived here today ami received a cordial welcome. BIG DECLINE IN 'FLU. i llu.'.' a Vh-liiry lieml i Ottawa, Nov. !.- A sixty-six per cent decline in tho death toll from intluett/a was reported tonight. During _'l hours, ending noon Friday only four persons died, compared with VI the day before. This Is the Riilallest number of deaths (hat have occurred in Ottawa in any one itay during the past month. Doctors Fail "Terrible chbo of Kezoma--contracted when u mere hoy-fought disease for ten years, with half dozen special-; ists. Uoth legs in terrihle condition. Almost a nervous wreck. It took just eij;ht bottles to clear up this disease." This Is the luto testimony o'. a prominent newspaper man. His name and his remarkable story in full on request. We have seen so many other cures with this marvellous liquid wash that wo freely offer you a bottle on our personal guarantee. Try it today.-J. P. Hiehibotlnuii & Co., Ltd., druggists, -Advert. D. D. D. try, artillery, aivplanos mid tanks, (iou,, _ �... . Pershing report*? today iu an ovca��; For Skin DlSOMC UNCONVENTIONAL IDEAS In monuments find us ready to curry ttiom out to the last detail. If you have tin idea for a memorial of unusual character come and see us or have us call and see you. We feel sure we can soon convinco you of our ability to produce perfectly in stone tho idea yon liavo in mlud. Lethbridge Monumental nd Cut Stone W�rk� R, Needf, Prop. Sth Strcat 8. The Aeolian -Vocation 'The Vocalion produces the sort of music we want in our home" "! was intensely inlrre�ted by '.he vrjr first record that wai pliyrd for us hr the Vocalion. The black disc which upon many* machine !:.id sent its typical talking machine tone to my ears-thes�li-sanie disc under ihe sound box oi li-.e Vocalion filled the room wilh the wonderful throbbing tone of a 'cello. "Ah! here�isgenuinemmic. I f�iily could iee tbe ��in�; ot the bow. thotronf;. nimbi* finprso? the'cellisl leaping upon ".he aitingt. "Before *e t.eard :tr>r mire w bid U;�1t\ ojr t.nmf 1t>T ltl^ Vi.c4liua. "It faj not �ntit titer lh�t w� ,ir.it#r-**oo,t Ih- full lifnlficAnta oi the V�. , ilion f iprwsibnda-Tic-thetlri^cola. ll.iw lt(�^Uy tho art'.;*! rtsdU* n* ,au*iri�A�Slv *d'lf tn ihe 7t���r.T� ftt or. it.nloit." A handiornt c�(atei7'/� �enf i.sat r*au*rt THE Made AEOLIAN s i variety of - VOCALION heautifu! model? FRICfb 168 UPWARDS AWT 5TVLEI TO 52000 WILMS PIANO C. S. SALMON, Manager - CO. HULL BLOCK i Treat for 0?er There eas Cakes MADE FROM A RICH RECIPE-THE LONGER THEY KEEP THE BETTER THEY GET. Please Order Now AS WE SHOULD KNOW HOW MANY ARE WANTED-THEN BUY PEACE, DON'T SIGH 'FOR IT. Buy Victory Bonds KIRKBY'S 606 THIRD AVE. ftOUTH Canada Food Board Lle�n�� No. 5-2Mf PHONE tur ;