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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - November 2, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta 1�AC�E RIGHT THE LETHBRIDOE DAILY 1IERALD SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 2. 1 r attention ^ not always given is;i?iniijpil. F. P. Wood bridge. l"i>rnu>rl> the SeeroJarr of I. V. A.. Ajraiii ;i( Work Owing to iiilie.iUh. P V vv.ui.i-^ luidr:". torn'."-.... r� .1:' ;h I'm*-ed Farmc;--; of Alb'.'it.i. r.a- i more moderat" . r. r . where he is onsaK"ii ::i ;r::t! i-s on his o�'ii uxnun' Hut tho .spirit ot asita'inn h'- no! died out ami already h� t� m.i{-h��-into apply thi'! principle^ i>! t'.r.un tin '�'� ' ciism iimont; ilv unit, i:inwrm.- e. Mated tin' It.- wa- now a;i^''t it! orpani.viion ind  � i�i� at mi 11 .>mk amons-t tin1 Ohanauan I'ii-i -.1 ui�' Grower*'. I .til . v.iucli >� the tin'- in '> lm Ii li.' '..a- -n : Ri?rd in t'.io i>'�  of Vni-'i" i Co-operation Not Superficial AFi] p.iiivjni; .M' v\ onilln itU' 'r 'm t-'r WIT' a liumll"' ' . l li r- w lilch ll.1V" hi"-11 i SMI'"'. l'� tll� Kill 11 Gl'mv j us .issc'-utimi of ill" oi..iii.icm \ ley. in 'At-.ii-'.i th--* i ii!'>vi'uu; i -mci - -to ' to tho i ii t>;>.!-.tiv. ii-i.N �ai":;1 ,i> a' )itia>i:i''l I'rmn a  it. u',a> : a- .! AllUUSI I", th. Iriia n � i . :."u ' I'll . I 11 t' 11'11 a .' i \ " i � i 1 . 'IO' a 'api'tficinl i '-nit iiin'ii'.l; m.ita-.ili.i a~ � i..>i: a � * to ;hn>" mi ' a ' aai n li.itill' a :n! 1 f'' inen'al pi it.oiplr t In' -in � depend - on .' "'h .'in'l ii IT i'Tial pn-^esamr..-. an i-vmpalheth interest i; "S'li'iirally i Yi-np-.'" merely .�.Ijp"! I ll'13'i li't  nivini; lie." u 'o !h" ' 'lOsi' tlunc ; � h, -li ma lo tile stoiapi- oi roof watiT. in l:.-'c |{:".i�" ivat"!' i:  ;:.-u.t;!y I'oJlrotPul in j r.i-inni'.ilatior i'::,l or i.,'i'. :.- ''on!, uanc in color! ,\!l cv. i:.. i � ta.-".- iirii iiso f.rcater portion ] cud i.;n! s to v.-��'o hy tr.catts of ovoi-; tho ft'tw .)-.�>  v tin' :.;'::''-l or iuni; v.o'" "rri:';; � ,1'iir.t: ma' I fit- -'aotifill to lio'.il tho water tluu oi v i. an lAoiJivc s-torin.  :>:' rain ivnlor. its' ' I'u'.ii".!' !ii!�to and its penrral foul i Now \oi-U Mov. i. -KrPtlerick Ijonilou, Nov. la-(British ivirelo.-oi ' ['Vfi'JorJcks, also known as Fritz Oe- Sprviro)- Dist-u.*.-itiiK the i-osulU of Cmr sUM.M bo exercised \^T\rr^ ca,p,ain in ul" �ow i TMrke>-� .'xit from tho war. tlu- Daily  n-. , .. �(... o'-'an f'oni l3rm--- c-xI>lt>rtr and nut .V. \i will ho oca 'i,.':.' Vt-nii |)ipo!i! !.'PS- ."U':.0r'':ec{i?.M ,v:h ,h(. .'1,'aths ofi�>y Uriti.h fon-es from Hulvtaria i;.'1 . '".rT^.-p to i- t'O- (r-.  ::>''.' '''> ^ i'tmcti! :it.won;fr.' ov onliv.ncp of foul r :':v.: .';:ira..U ..:ria''.\ .ai '-o:.('i;io.u; and tho locution ot stovaco tank will dctcrmiii" in ii'.aia,!'.-. arc due to dirt washed from ; p' �ntouiJl of fro.n protce-:.\-,i"cei' ' ^T term m pn>on on �drink. 'I'lio stoiaRe of wat�r j polluted by sewa.ce. but only impure I"11 *? t-'iiarKe. i ti".-; ', thi"" Rviti.'l. sullor*. killed by mi ex ipinrio:; en tho linor Tenr.y on in IBM. .; :r.-.*Hl"a guilty, An court hero yosterduy to fraud. i!t: wu.s rptnanded for ten-t�nce to November 11. Fredericks ivm ohatKed with mnk-inp fraudulent c'aimr. in order to eol-llei-t Saa.OOO fox 24,000 feet of film I which he represented h� hud lo>t in a ! warehouse fire two yeaiv use. He ni.iy b i d lit .'> .my i''l'.i:t!i of time does not im-!>.ii.' ii- i !iai ai-'er providing that all � � t Iv kept out or the tank. Hut may he kept out of the 'anl; p.i-sniR roof water throuith a sand tiiiev hefofe it enters the tank. i'ati'is slnnild he built of concrete, and not of wood; the later tiivos a yel- i low color and tai certi filiates recently .'.rar.teo ihea-e corpor and that an allied fleet will onsc llie ntack j Sen as soon as the Dardanelles is ationp. slaying 'he i'lecutioii of the swept of mines. oil d; rtes of July :r. an,! Aug. S aii'. "Thiit will have tbo. effecl.'' say? the | 12, which consti'r.te a �crnttndwnrk *nr News, of freeing the Uumair.iii mid I the ri-j'iilatioiiH of tho, taxation of oi' Southern HussUm, i oast from the (on-jland.-. The voti was unaninioia.. trol of tho once Uussian. but now 'Jer-nian liho k Sea Cect. The fleet consists of two drciidnaiiK.hl-'!, and several o\her serviceable vessels and may he joined immediately by (ioeben. There is. a possibility of a naval battle of somo magnitude, but it may well suit the allies, t'o be content for the present to hunt submarines through tlies" wat-ors." I Won't Demand Constantinople London, Nov. I.-Izr.nt Pasha, the , Turkish Brand vizier, is quoted by i the I'onstjntlnople newspaper Tas- This decl-dcn nie.iua t.h�f the de I frees objected to by oil Interests � confiscatory will Btaiul. Tho oil com j panics offered no ithpoutlon lo Ihe j taxes fixed on producing land�. bur I they attacked the decree opeuinit to i donunehition'lihids that are not helun 1 exploited. surface cle^.n depending upon the In court. Fredericks tol.l of his hav-j viere Kfkiar when the armistice nego amount of sediment in the water. , jng been sentenced to lite imprison-, tiations were in progress as saying- i, i gallons A float with a rod attached may tif, to show at all time? the] ment in irons at Hertnuda on charges water multiplied l.v the I'^vided �,,,f ar-a in s,,�.,re feet. Thus 1,0.>.>,w water in the tank rhe -,,,,.. i>"t of roof requires 'P"'B '"^f1' .1" **f' ,aml '"'"'f-and that he escaped from there to 'As the float falls it will show on the ; America of conspiracy and spying in Hrittsh South Africa during the Hoer war a '.'.ak lap.ible of holding (i.'JfiO gal-, , , . I.e;- ,r v.aie-. All roof areas should j ro,i the amoinU ot water urawn from ; I" i:iili,.',l |�v laying under drains to  "'^ l;!!llt ,'ii,- .'111111111111 point. House, barn and] .a: building run! art-:: for the avorag*' i  iirm a|i|irii'.'iinat"s ::.miii square feet.j pi oiini-ing in Saskali hewan on the av-. IS.T.-.e grtllons per vear. No morel rl'R v�"lr ot '"very square tout of sur should h, ,l..iivn per d�v than fal'p .belnP,bl* SallonK of water per laie or ! '4 gallon-: per each ' annum. Thus -.000 square feet of i galvanized iron sheeting: erected. and the amount remaining. Increased surface for collecting rain ; water may be .provided, if necessary.! by fixing sloplnp corrugated iron' sheets to posits driven irito the ground.: 'The conditions of the armistice will be lighter than the �demaiuis imposed on Bulgaria, as no military occupa- TRANSFER OF AUSTRIAN FLEtT  Amsterdam. Nov. i'.-Tho navy de partmcnt of the Austro-Hungarian ministry of war ban puhlished an itu perlal decree permitting nil men who are not. of south Slav nationality to return home on permanont leave, according to Vienna advices received here. The decree order* the fleet depends upon proper feeding. Give ybur birds Pratts, �*ou,1tfy mm* " ~* R�KUl�tor with Oi� fa�d. Kocau them In vlgorouif, hcmKh. BiiUda ho�H\ry. vtgoro,vi iayttr* ae-d Sr��:s � a i ho vein, Tims ;:,imiii square feet 1 barrels of watrr at -tO gallons the hnr-' n{: rel per annum, or. valuing tho water' Conserv. Rain Water Gal Two K aiiiiall. as during the average an- i at 4oc the barrel, tho rooting would lie; n:.i: la-.nfall of c.i; gallons per each "ai(l for '" onc -veal'- in.' e i'i.,i; ot roof surface, the tanks; ---*" -� �ill never ne full, the water lining in j DISTRIBUTION OF SEED GRAIN  otiaiiai us- the tank is .apabln of' FROM THE DOMINION EXPERI-.-toiing :inv ,-xcesR ,vpr the average. | MENTAL FARMS. 'ar.-T)iiS tin- suppiv over a sue-'; By instructions of the Hon. .Minis'-!  '.'liiiig year when the rainfall may he( er of Agriculture, a free distribution' Paris. Nov. 1.-Revolutionary riots 1n Berlin and Hamburg and in the Rhine province of Westphalia have become so widespread that all the newipapers arc publishing appeals to the people to refrain from participation in iuch acts against the aovernment. This information is teleflrapbed from Zur ich by the correspondent of the Journal. Victoria, Nov. 2.-Search proceeded throuofiout yesterday in the waters betweien Vancouver Island and Queen Charlotte Islands, but failed to reveal any further evidences of the .wreck of the steamer Gallnno. HOCKEY STAR DEAD Toronto. Nov. Z.-Frank Montgomery, star of Sarnia's hockey team last winter, succumbed to inlluenza yesterday. He moved from hern to Peter-horo ami thence to Sarnia NOT LIKELY TO BE FINISHED Paris, Nov. v-Premier I.ley,! (George and tho other allied prime ministers now in Paris, together with Col. V,. M. House, met. again informally this afternoon. There were no definite indications today when their conferences would be finished. Food Will Win rhe War Serve your country �nd yourself by raising FOOD orvthe fertile plains of Western Canada. The Canadian Pacific Railway makes it easy for you to begin. Lancia til to$30u!> acre; irrigated land uptofoO; 20 years to pay. Loun to assist set tiers on irrigated lands. \ Get full particulars und ftee illustrated literature from ILUM CIMERON.GsYISip'. CMLm* 905 lit St. EaM, CALGARY fe in-low the ,i>-era Com' areas -i.i.'S or tank I aiea ipi'ire |.'.o en ihra I 'I'.iiik si/te in fee; don today. It not a mat in ( form.! ^ti't'aee in J going too la'j !-,V'!->.!.' :.i say the Cooperation is Dmiioi rac..'j 1 .....14x1" and (hat there i* no mor.- room fori'^"".....1�\12 neutrals in oui fight ior Co-operation .....1.S12 p. in... j-'1""..... I;: in; i.....J"xir, li i- advisable io luiiid tank? of a 'si/- to'^n-t probable future ejt"ii- . ions hi roof areas. I'he saint lilter should be >\ fert by ', f"e' by �'� feet in depth, presenting  ) nuare yards of sand surface. The ami s'l'.ou'ai he medium In grain size, , i. .in and i harp. The base of the til- ot superior sorts of grain will be liiliv the following' made during the coming winter and ihan there icy overseas in the war deep. '..2 jil T.f'U" �'.mm ' i'.fiOn i l.'Ja" I-.Tan la.nili) IT.Tr.O spring to Canadian farmers. The samples for distribution will InauA | consist of spring wheat (about 5 l'o.i.' i white oats (about 4 lb>. barley (about re'l'Ili.-, lb.i, and field peas (about Ti lbsV j These will be sent out. free, by mail. K'-jifrom the Central Experimental farm, :i> 42 Ottawa, by the Dominion Cerealis!. who will furnish the necessary appli-' cation forms. (Inly on- sample can he sent to * 1 each applicant. As the supply of seed, is limited, farmers are advised to ap I ply very early. FLOUR t. SUBSTITUTE PRICES SUSPICIOUS There i. a .tioug >u-.pii nut among C.raln Grow-, s that 'he pr--eut pi i'- . especially In flour siih.-ri'iit/--, i- uti warranted and that Hi- pii'noti-' ft forts of iti- pus chasing public .....m- �erve. are b.-iug taken .-ivautag' "f by dealers to enhance their profit" Recently a communication �'a- received from II. Higginbotliam. .-.,cr> , tary o" ihe Fniled I'aniifrs of Alberta.' nt the central office of thf Saslcu'che-wan Cram (Irowers. m which tii" -us-picion ir give. expre�.�inn in i no uncertain way Tho wutm of tii" l^ttei says: "J nonce vmir K��ier in Hie SaskatchB'.van Rrain Oroneis undei date of Auciist S. p-ihiisheil in 'he r�-cen1 issue of the Gram r..' i'.md" VJgUSt �. ii fjoiii siihst-rate-'. This office has rer-i'. ed a number o' cout-plaints from oui lo.-..: a;>-.c.ciatioiir r�--gardiDR th" price of flour Mihstirutes. The tca�ter wis under consideration bv our executive yeitetday and there was a vei', .tnmg feeling tna' 'h^ present price f 'he public to conserve supplies m' wheat. �ugar, etc., are being utilized hv some parties for the purpose �:' enhancing their ,rofiLs. 1 was instruct ed to advise you tha looking for some early reliet from ihks situation " TO SELL GERMAN VICTORY BONDS An Investment Recommended By Every Bank In Canada The only teal difference between twenty $4 (iovernnient bills and a $100 Victory Bond is, that the Victory Bond paya i',i7c interest. The security ia exactly the same.. Behind both bills and bond are the total resources of the Dominion. [.caving all sentiment aside, it would be Impossible to find a mors) desirable investment than the new Victory Bond*. THC MCRCHANTS BANK i. to h. drained with ordinary i'.-inch ' '.ii' pipes -i.rioiinded with pea gravid. ih- gravel having a d-pth of ! inches 1 Mil I f\ |ft| #%T 1 TPA ' ove- t;,.. whole hase of the lilter. thus; I V IM V I A ILV leavin- -j leet :: inches to be fllled; IV111 I A 111 Alii CV with sand. Tiie top level of the sand j llllLWU 111 UlMluU to be one foot liejow the overflow weir j to ihe tank, thus maintaining a water- . ' ~ blanket o\-r c.i.- >and to pre.v�nt dis- Nl,w York. Nov. 1.~Announcement turh.-.rice by incoming water. The hot-1 ..lilt thn German woolen mills of New . mm i.r the p.p., or pipes delivering i Icrgev and oUier larRy manufurturer.s Head Office : Montreal. OF I.K1HBRIDGB BRANCH, MONARCH MKANCH, NOHLEFORD BRANCH. CANADA Established 1804. R. J. DINNING, MoJfeger. V. A. EBKRLV, Actin'ftt foutid that the lilter overflows during excessive rains, / then the stand-by storage must be in- I.omion No- .: - i i'unailiaii Pre? &' ereaaeil so that no loss of water is dispatch 11nits i'.""'.''' i - i''v oi-efiii..r , ___^ ___^ Asqilith, speakhii, al Clasgow yer.tey.' "" " " day, said that ih'- nio.-t stnlsims i'hs.:rge' I I A Valuable Feature la Joint Account opened with the Union Bank �^ Canada Irs the names of two persons, ts that If one dies the family funds are not tied up Just when they are likely to be most needed. Tha survivor can withdraw the money without delay oi formality. Think it over-then open a Joint Account LETHBRIDOE BRANCH .........F. W. Nicholson, Manatjer CARDSTON BRANCH .............. r. V. Cavers, Manager BARONS BRANCH ................ S. O. Griffiths. Manager 1 I BUY VICTORY BONDS [^j,INMe^f(!^9et,t,) The Trusts and Guarantee Company, Limited CALGARY AND LETHBRIDGE, ALBEHTA LETHtiRIOGE OFFICE: BANK OF COMMERCE BUILDING, J. W. McNICOL, INSPECTOR. PutJlic Administrator and Official Assignee for the Judicial Districts of Lethbrldge, Macleod, Medicine Hat, Calgary, Red Deer, Stettler. AIM OF ALLIES; Reparation and I'p (Jt-ni'i.'l Aims, Savs SUCCEEDS LUD�*;ooRFF Beine. Nov, 1.---0�n. von Grower, in stead of Gen. Looshorg. is the. succcs sor of Gen. Lude.ndorff as commatuler of the German armies on the western trout, according to the Wolff Bureau which quota" Berlin rumors to that effect. N NEW APPOINTMENT Toronto, Nov 'j.-w. V.. Norman, i who for soveral yearn has been nsais'.-1 ant superintendent, 1ms been appoint-, ed liuperintendent of the \�estern di-; vision of the Gar.adlan Kxpresn com-; pany, exceeding the late Mr, B. Allen, i which had occurred in Kurope v.ns th,.1 completes and irrevocable collapse of! autocracy. In 1!'!4, three emporoiB. ruled the greater p:>t of Kurop-> and a large part of Ash'.. The Russian' emperor nor had been deponed and murdered. The Austrian emperor was a waif and stray, whilo the third erupcror was hovering on tho verge of abdication. Whatever be the terms ot peace, those thrones cannot be rebuilt. We eiitetel the war as the champions of the smaller.nation?. Despite their tribulations, everyone of these would ultimately tind Its trust in tho allies more thau justified. History would record how largely this achievement wan due to the British nary, the merchant service, the arm-las, airmen and British nuance. Our general .aims could still be aummad up-in two words-reparation and security. �> Six alleged deserters and evaders of the military serrii-e act have beeu arrMted-1�*;w*s dtntrlct and taken to Klngatoii. VICTORY LOAN 1918 It is the duty of every citizen to purchase Victory Bonds, and this Bank is prepared to assist wage earners by making loans for this purpose at 5'/2%. being the rate the bonds bear. Wherever possible, the bonds will be held for safe-keeping, on behalf of small subscribers for one year, without charge. THE CANADIAN BANK OF COMMERCE THC IIT'O 1173 A STANDARD BANK Or CANADA hkao orrica - Toronto Lessons From the War ALLIBD defeat was chang- ed into victory by the foresight of Marshal Foch in providing sufficient reserves. It't tha reserve that couatt. On your reserve your future �uecett greatly depends. Build up your reserve by ttarrinf  Sewings Bank /recount now, with 11 lie Pan);, lntereit paid or com- 'pounded htUyt; vly. J. C. SCOTT, Manager - - 13th St, North. G. F. BLETCHER, Manager - 4th Avenue South. P. IlILUNGTON.' Manager  New Dayton, Alta. D. A. CLRRUi, Accouutant-inchaii* Coalhurst, Alta. A Prosperous City $50,000,000 worth of Gram >.i-ither field products pass annually through the City of Lethbridpe. Mr. Farmer, arc you putting aside o .little for the lean years which will come? Buy a Victory Bond or I wo and see that your Will is properly drawn. The British Canadian Trust Co* 'EXECUTOR, ADMINISTRATOR, ASSIGNEE. ETC. LETHBlllDGE, ALBERTA HEAD OFFICE, 315 FIFTH SThEET 8. PHONE tt43 i-ii---,---unjma P. LUND & SON Wholesale and Retail Dealers in LUMBER Lath, Shingles, Mouldings and Finishing Lumber Builders' Supplies of All Kinds CONSfJLT US REGARDING PRICES, PLANS, ETC. WE BUILD HOUSES TO ORDER HEAD OFFICE AND DISTRIBUTING YARD, CORNER THIRD AVENUE AND SEVENTEENTH STREET, LETHBRIDOE. BRANCH YARD8: AT MACLEOD, COALDALE, CHIN AND BARNWELL. AT THESE POINT8 WE HANDLE FENCING MATERIAL, HAROWARE AND FARM IMPLEMENTS, BOX 189, OR PHONE 516, LETHBRIDGE 60083??0 490276 0 ;