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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - November 4, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta NOTHING IS AS BUY VICTORY BONDS! VOLUME XI. LETHBRrodE, ALBERTA, MONDAY, NOVEMBER 4, 1918 NUMBER 275 o- Austria Concedes Every Demand-All Transportation Systems Turned Over to Allies/or Use Against Germany. WAJ(HINGTON, N6v. 4.-Terms of armistice under which th� land end sea forces of what in effect was the Austro-Hungarian empire have laid down their arms were announced today simultaiteously in Washington and the'allied, capitals. They' acdompllsh compile eurrendel* and) opeii Austrian knd Hungarian territory for, American and allied operations against Qtrmany. From this;drastic document it may be stated, may be. gleaned an accurate outline of the conditions nearing completion in the supreme"war council at Vefsaitles, urtder which Germany may have'a cessation of hostilities. I � . . - The terms under which the debacle on the Italian front ended today, at 3,00 p.m. {%a6 a.m. eastern time), include complete demobilization of Austrian forces, .surrender of one half bf all artillery and military equipment; occupation by American and allied forces of such strategic-places as may later be selected; use of Austrian rallro�MMaDSins say.,.Tiie emperor made'th|* annoHn(�am�nti,it-i4: ann'ouniad, 2, - HOSTILITIES CEASE^tdOAY^/t.Y-* ' yt^Amp, Nov. 3.-( >,m.)-rT-Offi�i�� lnrtiuhM(iiki�t:;.V^as made here ^�MiK>4, BON FIRES BURN THROUGHOVT ITALY ROME, Sunday, Nov. 3.-Bonfires are burning tonight An all the hills throughout Italy, spreading far and wide the news of the occupation of Trieste. Church bells are ringing and guns are being fired- AM the wIfidowB In Rome were illuminated .tonight regardless of the''police orders concerning restricted lighting. The crowds in the streets. eagerly sought ne'wspapers fresh from the presses. By a strangle coincidence the Italians entered Trieste on the feast bay of San Juste, the patron sdint of the redeemed city, which all the population, including the Jews, used to celebrate under Austrian rule, as a patriotic demonstration of their Italian >t�tionality. / mier Stuergkh on Oct. 2Y, 1916, The Terms THE ALLIES TO MOVE ON GERMANY THROUGH ATT5^TRt4 Austria Surrenders All; ies to Use Rys> to Nove on HunsiromvSouth BIG BA N CANADA'S NEW LONG RANGE GUN 100,000 PRISONERS. Rome, Nov, 3.-Italian and allied forces in their drive .In northern Italy have captured 100,000 Austro-Hungarjans, the Italian war office announced today. More than 2,200 guns have.been taken. The Italians have occupied Ro-vereto, 13 miles .south of Trent. AT TRIESTE. Ront^, Nov. 3.-Italian land and sea forces are landing today at Trieste, the principal sea port of Austria-Hungary oh the Adriatic, according to an official announcement this evening by the Italian war office. ASSASSIN RELEASED. Amsterdam, Nov. 4.-Or. >^dler, who assassinated Austrian pre- has been released ,fr6m>-prison; according to Vienna advices Dr. �-'Roderick Adter Is the son of Victor Aidler, the letfiJer of the Aus trian SociallBtsf ajnd ;.was editor of the newspaper Der Taampf, �when lie assassinated Count Stuergmtt. Young Adier declared the aasasslnatlon was purely political abd due to the failure of the premier to convene the Austrian parliament. Oefman newspapers declared jtbat Adler;was insane but a court alienist found -him mentally sound when he was brought up for trial In December,; 1916. , Adler was sentence^ i� death and efforts to secure a/commutation failed until September, iJilTr'when, the death sentence was eommutted to 18 years' imprisoiiment. Tuesday ,1* the-big day for the � Victory Uoin campaign here. Concerted: ^fort l� to be made by all .battalions to ;tarib objectives on Saturday irid; today they stand at the $67,000 ikiark'. ' The total gained qned for herself law, Mr. Wm. Ripley, she entered the, the title ot dlie of. the greatest of (OONTINUEII-^ON PA(jl�: 8)^ Amsterdam, Nov. 4.-A Vienna "^lis-patch printed in the North Gernian Gazette of Berlin says the Czech authorities have refused to leave the administration of the German pai^t of Bohemia to the Germans, but t^iat nevertheless the Germans are esthb-llshing an administration. The dispatch adds that theheadof the South, Slav national council have appointed a government for the Slovene part of the Slav state, headed by Joseph Paganclnic. A governqient proclamation declares that the property of non-Slav .inhabitants will be respected. ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^ TO VOTE ON REPUBLIC OR A MONARCHY London, Nov. 4.-The population of Hungary a month hence w|il. take a public vote to decide on the uestion of a r^onarchy or a republic, according to an Exchange Telegraph dispatch from Copeq.-hjigen today. In the balloting the women will have the same elec-^ yoral rights as t>� men. stricken honie-t'o nursA the sick pnes. It was -ivhlle* performing this service she contracted the illness which ended In hei' death. Mrs. Ripley .has lived iil Lethbridge many- years and was loved and admired by her large circle of' friends. Her husband fell in battle and she was left with three little chlldrep. Always a devoted mother, she faced her borrow bravely and her little family were her constant care. Now she has been,taken and leaves behind the three-.children, two girls and a boy, to revere the memory of noble parents. iVIfB, Ripley was a daughter of Mr, and Mrs. Robert Campbell, of Victoria, B:G., formerly, ot Lethbridge, and before coming_herd residents of Embro. Ont. Two sisters, Mrs. E. B. Sloan, ot Saskatoon, formerly of Lethbridge, Mrs. Jackson of Victoria, formerly of this city, and whose husband'is overxcas, and^ii^o brothers, Gordon at Edmonton and Rosa In Leth-brldg:e are also left to imourn her loss. 'Mrs. Ripley wai .^5 years of age. She was married .to Afajor Ripley about ten years ago. She. was a member of Knox Presbyterian church. The funeral will take place trora.Fet-terly'S parlors at twoyo'cliiick on Wed-hesday afternoon. _ , . , GROATIAN-Ft^GS Amsterdam, Nov. Groatlan flags have been hoistiid above ajl . railroad stations throughout the province,.according to~dispatches V frorti Agram. Huhiiarian and � C^fiiian ""signs "relleS; df foreign-erj^^fice removed uncler order's- : f^^,the national council. American" phllanthrophlsts and had given away more than $30,000,000 for charity for the betterment of society. Born of parentB of frugal means and in her early lite a school teacher at a salary of $200 a year, Mrs. Sage, on I N SCHELDT . - , - ,'-1, . , British in New Attack; Big American Advandi British Take 6,000 in New Battle-^Argonne is Clearec!^ Serbs Back in Old Capital Now-Americans Take Important Positions. ^ LONDON, Nov. 4.-At dawn this morning British troops south of?th� Scheldt river attacked on a widid front, according to a report i^seelyM from Field Marshal Haig today. The report says that the attack hat httm launched satisfactorily. ' i "i 16,000 PRISONERS * /' LONDON, Nov. 3.-It is officially announced that thtf 10th ltalj�n. army with which British contingents have been fighting, hat.Ml^v.rtd:. more than 16,000 prisoners east of the Piave. GERMAN ARMY IN SERIOUS STATE * .' .' LONDON, Nov. 4.'r-Military authorities, who, three weeks ago, Wfr^A-:, i skeptical over the return of peace talk because of the mlMtary>�UQatl�n;' ^ y^.J are convinced that'the German army is in a serious ebnditlon twlnf'4 inability to shorten its line and produce fresh reserves. It It' out that German casualtiM^thiiif year'amount to 2,S0O,009,'( 1,000,000 are permanently-lnJuredrLpst March. .Germany Mtd'^L reserve divisions, which meAnt I divisions which Md not, beei^ In-a month. Now the Gwman reserves ebntist of N divletpiw, only which have harf a� mVini. "-�' -��--"J -�-r - ~ had as^ mtish jit /two' weeds' rest, and iwnft' at nfiuph t, month, iWhich is coni'^firfd the mlnltiiijin for .aniisffleiont .forat.; Qtr,., diviiions are now;aR|ie|ring.;an thsufirln^ lines with m�Ky hundredth rifles, bebDWjthe^Ge/inMiiohormarnu^ d ,\. n-* On Oct. 3ii^t^gl*ntrrt�;i1li^~9*^nany^iM/ji.'M 1920-elMp; whom the Germans Wl.Miiid^tdl^^^ ife.ih the field;^'Hli is Germany's, last )nadpower and some batteries have beeniequipped With third-rate weapons. '; " EVACUATE ACilSEFtBlAN TERRITORY VIENNA, Nov. 4.-The evacuation of alhstrbltn. territory by the Au�' trians is imminent. This statement is made from the war office today. ; , ITALIAiy FRONT MOVES FORWARD ROME, Nov. 4__The entire front continues to move forward, the y- war office announced today. / � On the mountain front from Tonale to Lake Garda, wesi of Trent> the Italians are progressing rapidiy and are advancing on Riva and oth�r. points west of th�? Adige. . 20,000 PRISONERS TAKEN ,;\ LONDON, Nov. 4.-More'ttTan 20,000 prisoners and several hMAdv./ red guns have been taken by the 48th British division operatingohv.;; the Asiago plateau toward the,.Tr�ntino, it is announced in an offielaJ;:jv statement issued by the wai; office' today. , i' , BACK AT BELGRADE '^\ ^ PARIS, Nov. 4.-The Serbian' army has re-occupied �elflrade, then Serbian capital, the war office annoiinced tonight, In its statement operations from the eastern theatre. ^, _i ALLEfilAt^CE TO NEW CONGRESS ^ ^ LONDON, Nov. 2.-The Serbian army has taken an oath of allegiance'.i-^^ to the new constitution of tlie great Serbian congress, according tp: a;. dispatch received by the Exchange. Telegraph compan^. ' ' , AMERICANS ADViikNCE .i-^Vif^ WITH THE AMERICAN ARMIES ON THE SEOAN FRONT, Nov; 4- > f^'S -(9.25 a.m.)-(Associated Press)-^Amerlean'troops pushing northwarjd ' toward Sedan early last nightjreached Somniauthe,^five miles north,of ,i Buzancy and 13 miles south of Sedan. . .- , � *t 1 * "> � , AMERldANS COMMANDING POSITION iVV WASHINGTON, Nov. 4,-Tlii'1st American army has captured dftm-1'' inating heights from the Germans northwest of Verdun anfl brought undir -the fire of its heavy guns the important railroads at Montlgny, LonDu'ay^.' 'V and Conflans. Gen. Pershing so reports in'his Sunday evening cemmifpl/'^ V-^-cation, announcing an advance for the let army of 12 miles*oif an eight-i' ' mile front in three days. ' ' m to more Prisoners captured amounted to more than 5,000 and guns amourftecl lore than 100. - Clear Argonne. , ^ ^ ^ Paris, Nov. 3,-The Argonne re-the death of� her.husband found her- gio^ has bcoa cleared of the. enemy!during the lUght. The teft'^vrinff^eiiii*. self in possession of an estate valued ijy- French and Americans. Numer-^ --^------- - I lost control to a certain extent. Vench '  � ' ' m -steadily growiifg; The ri^ht .Uarik lOf - the AmeHcan Kne is udw'ait ^alleeV'^n the heights overlopkljigvtithes',;Mouse river. . - It has tibt been'a day,^! of, iighting. as much as of^/^ursuit^ ..'X^p'Oeriisiis^ are not retreating In great'dfspVderj and their withdrawal cannot \ bo cabled a rout, but it is certain .tliaj; eral staff and the" east, Araericta:; ,raohe and^^e|r. as,.far ,qD^tli:;((i In the cti^re " of Fosse, and then Jp co/irjt, Noufft;',;] obampy Bat 3rtaln,t)iat,Ojt).spn5 -- field 'ortjoft'B, UAvt' ^(Cj^TINU9I|[?0 ON :i-KaiM'c^m\J^________ 4218 7749 ;