Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - November 4, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta
MONDAY. NOVKMBKH 4, J�18 THK IJ-.TIIBHHKiK DAILY IihllALD Splendid Stocks of Hosiery and Underwear Exceptionally wide variety of choice in cosy undergarments for these colder days, comprising a most complete range in various weights and weaves in girls and boys, young ladies and women's sixes. \GP: XfMS ladles' Union isuitp, various mixtures, nil good v.i 1- g QQ iich. to Hoys' anil Ulrls' Union Suits. Wlilli: imiiI Natural. 2: :n :vi. V'2'> ii> ....... 3.50 Children';. I'leerr-d Sleepers Sl7.es I to ID years. Splonrllil Muil In ............... 1*50 Children's Vents nml Drawers Vnrlmis grades, white q nr 'iml nutiinil. ^ 1 no tn ... &%Ctd Ladles' Cashmere Hose, black, while, liii) brown nnii n grey, tlile. In ......... faiUU 1,mllis' Heavy Silk Hose, all nlnni mill hI/.os. Jilnin n A A and fancy. $1.0(1 to.....�.UU I tiffin f� CuMiiiiere Hose, rre.ain only. sizes n|> to 50C Hoy.*.' nml Girls' Cashmere Hose. si-es (1 to in Inches, hlnr\ :r ,;;n"rrrm:........1.00 Ladies' Vests anil Drawers Pine �.voiil gnriueiV.:', regular NliSIJ.I. $l.f�n o ftfi :inil .................. �.UU Hoys' and Mtrls' Ilihlied Cot ton Hone, black iitnl white Olll>. sizes to 1'*....... 50c Tuesday is the Big Day of the Victory Loan Campaign SUBSCRIBE TOMORROW �nil wear Mir lintmn as iin r.-r'nlr-nc" (>! yr>�r ));iHiollf>m ; nil .. Hhare of Canada's burden gladly undertaken ir. iiinl llrs. I'. M. t.� 1-ri-torlm: tn bit (>variiatrii by lliiin and oiinpird by the forrr-i oi 1 In-assiiiiulrd jinwi'is Use Trantport Syttims 4. Thi� allli-s i-liall liavi; Mo' riiibt of Iri'i! inovfiut'iit hvit all roads and rail atnl walfrway.s in AiiHlrlii-IliiiiKiirian d- riiorli-n and of Mid uho of Mm iif.i'Ss.iry Aha-tilaii and IIunRai'lui: .u'.ins uf transportation. Thcm nocossary to rnn.luct niilltiuy op I'ralloiiH or lo maintain nnlo;. Tbf>y shall have tin- right. f iiiqulHitiou 011 payment fo;- fin-nnnps of tlin omiut'liitnil jiowon 1 wbiTi'vpr?) they may be. Intern Germane r. ('oniplftf cvartiutlon of all Oimim tronps within 1."- days, not only from tar Italian and Hal I.an fronts, but from all Austro-if unitarian territory. Intot ntntnit 01 all Ccrnuu troopH which h ivo not left Auslrltt-IImiKary within that lintiv ii. Tin' administration of M11 ''VHiiiiitcil torrltorlp.s of Aiiifla IIiiiiruv. will lii! �nlrusti'il to Mut Ini.iiH.'ale rcpa' -latlon \.itlir.ut r reniovijil froiii PViiruatcd tt�nl-tnry will In- carcil for hy Austria 11uiiKiir\ pi'rsouiHil who will li" li-ft on the i-pot with Mir mi'dira! material rr�|itlrril. Navdl Condition! 1 Immcdluli^ cCMHiitlon of all hostiUtlos ni so.i and defliilii' 111 milimtlun to bn Riven as to Mn mmlti to neutralr. that freedom of navigation in all tiirrHor-ml waters l� Klvon to the naval and mercantile marine of the allied ami asanclaleil power*, all i|iieitions of neutrality belne �j:v-t'd. Surrender Subi '.'. Sun-i'uiler to the allies ami the I'nltel Slates of ).", Austm lliiiiKarlan siibmarlno.H completed bet *enn 1I10 yeurii t'.Mll ami litis, and of all (ierinan submarines which are In or may hnroitft-r enter Austro-lluniarlau territorial waters. All of other Aualro llun-igirlnn suhmarinus to bo paid oft* MONEY TALKS! We can't place Canada on a firm footing to grapple with the problem of peace with words. It's money that talks. Money is the sinews of war. We must buy peace-not sigh for it. Buy Victory Bonds RYLANDS & CO. Good Citizenship Every motive that inspires good citizenship calls on Canadians to be lavish in their purchase of Victory Bonds, and so insure their country's welfare* and their own security, against the rainy day, Bawden Bros. mid completely lie disarmed ,i:nl re run I n under the Hiinerrlslnu m' thfr allies and Pulled Scutes Surrender lo the allies ai'd Pnltf I States Willi their enm.ilete armament and equipment oi tbr-e fi.ittlenlilpH, three lln'.u Tiii'et.. nine destroyers, VI tortieiln hop' -. one mine lnyev. six Din'ibe tnon tori to be ilesifinuli'd by the al Hog and the Pulled States. All other mirfice warships i'i eluding merchant craft, are to oe i incctitrwted In AttrttroHtmtj.iriai naval Iiiihoh to lie. designate-! by the iillli's anil the Pnlled St.r.e. flf America and are to be pail olf and completely illHiumed a-. I placed under the iniiiervlilon ..f tlin ullles ami 1 nited Slate n' America rniedom of Waterways 4. I-'reeilom of navigation to all lvarslilps and mercliutit sliliis 11.' allied ami iiKHOiiate,', jiowcrs to In-Kiven in the Adriatic and up the river Danube and (is iribntiiin in the territorial waters anil tern lory of A1iHtrta-ll111iK.1i> Tli � allies and asMOi'lateil power-, -hall have the rlnht in sweep iiji -.ill mine Delils aed oh. i! in ' Inns an 1 Mie posit lull* Of llll'lie iii'' tli In- liiillcateil. In order tu ni-iii'i tin-'lei'.loni of uaslKatloii mi the ll.in-ube. (lie allies and the I tilted Stales of America shall be eai powered to 00 upy or >Ii�nt.i"it *�* all of the furtllli .ttioti; or ilef.-ii-e norks Keep the Blockade Up ." The exixtilUf liloik.nl- s.-j by Mm allies and assm i.ite.t ji.iw-eiii In to remain utuliaiiKed ,ii,,| .,!! Auslro-Muncarlun un-ii h.vii! ship, found at sea are to remain liable In capture, save exeeptiolis Willi li may be made by a 1 lUiinil sinn nominated by the allies an I Mm Pnlted States of America. r. All naval aircraft to be ,nn letitrated mid imniedbitely in: Pactlonlzeil in Ausiro-l liiiiMiirl.iu b�ses to lie designated by the a! lle.s and Mie Pniled Slates of America. 7. Kvai nation nf all the Italian coasts and of all purls occupied in-Austria-Hungary uuUlilc their national territory and lh.- aliaulon-uiftiii oi all rloatliiK craft, naval materials, ei|iilptiii'iit of materials for 1111mul navlKatlon of all luiids. 8. Occupation by the ttllics anil the United States of all the laud and Hca fortlllc.Mlons mid the is materials, eiiipim-n! of materials lands which form the ilefenses ot tlin dockyards ami bases at I'ula 9. Merchant vessels hebl by Auntria-llungary lielousjint; t" the allies an I associated powers to bu returned. 10. No ilestiaction or ships or materials to be permitted define evacuation, -surremtor or restoration. 11. All naval and mercintile marine prisoners of the allied and associated powers In Austro-lluiiKariaii baud.-: to be reluriied without reciprocity li. MbTli'llil llai 11 0111 iiiflueiiKii. "Irs. II. !�:. K.-lley i,, v. a 11 a visitor In tile ' I'i ieinl.i uf Mi- i l.v.i ' l|i"-li ill. Mill In- |i!'',i... �ii'' 11.iw 111111 h lieii. 1 M:\ and Mi's. .f. I.. week fin- Kaniloop: . I'. 1 expect III lelllaill for -. Mrs. il. If. ''race tr, I fiiin in ('ali'.ary where ' side fnv Mi" present. ' * > > c O : : � > : -: > Til" following is a ,:.,i,*..' t- .(> for pastry, usim; antlnn iI flnur ab ht'tllti". \ cup barley flnur eiip corn flour 'i teaspoon b-.tkiiiL- p-i'.'. ier teaspoon -alt. ' 1 1 u[i ; Iiorteiiliiic l table-.iionti'i cold �,iir' -\!iv lind sift dry liii;;. Ii.-al- P ; in .-iiorienini: Add wine;- -lowiy uuui 11 ~t::f doiurb i- forni-d BITTER CONTEST FOR N. Y. GOV'R STILL IN SESSON Pan-. \i>c 1 Mie stale men 1 lien . loneMier and naval a>lv. toda.v. � l-Dlll.'l. � lnrer-allie.1 n.i their mi: dn wcle ci.ir:!.",' CLAIM NO NFCFSSITV TOR KAISf.lPS AB0ICA7ON Amsterdam, Nov. 4."-Party Itnd-er� of the Grriii.ni relchitatj in their recent d-s-.tistioni decided there w.is no necrsiity for the an dieation cf Emp-ror William, t'>r Loknl Anzeiuer uf Orrlin lays. BEAVERBROOK DOING NICELY Montreal, Nov. -t.--l.oid Heavei-brook, in 11 cable to M. (�;. will|uni-i yeiterday, jitated lie was "doiii(r :iie.. ly." Thin is taken to dUposo of hhiiic recent reports t)iut J.ord lb-aver brook's condition is serlou�. * 1* FOSTER'S THEORY ABOUT INFLUENZA Foster, the weather prophet, says: "Many tbnories tire advanced as to tliu cause of the Kieal influeiua epidemic. 1 declare that the total eollpsn of the sun. June S, lflis, was tlin cause. The elcctro-maKtietic foreen of sun and moon are the greatest -.u tho total eclipses. The eclipse shadow covered the Pnlted States thereby magnetizing tlin KOil and preparing it for the gpread of the great plague. Saturn, noted for causing plu-gues, -witti electro-inagnetleal-ly connected with (he moon and Mm earth. BRITISH HOUSE SATISFIED Loudon, No.. -1 -The bouse cf common* will bf! iatisflcd with the lerms of tor Auitrijn arniia-tlce, Bonar Law announced in the houie today. Tne terms of the armistice wilt read in the house tomorrow. CROATIAN DIET WANTS INOEPtNCENT AUSTRIA Berne, Nov. ��.-The Croatian diet, meeting at Agrarn, has adopted unanimously -i resolution call ing tor the re-tsinblishment of tbe Austrian kinrjacrii and unitniQ Croatia, Sl.ivoma and Dalmatla with independent Austria. RELEASE THEM ALL. London, Kuv. -i.-Ev�iy pc-. uan 111.pi i^uned ibirin:) to- tsar for seditious utterances against the state and thr conduct of the war and for hign treason and rebellion will be released, is is officially announced in Vienna, according, to a Central News div patch from Amsterdam today. ALLOW TROOPS TO LEAVE RUSSIA Amsterdam, Nov. 4.-Russian Foreirjn Minister Tchitchtrin has telegraphed the provisional Czechoslovak government at Prague ' offering to allow the Czechoslovak troops in Russia to return home aft;r they lay down .heir arms, according to the Vienna Journal. He Raid he woul-i guarantee their 3..f�ty. FIENDISH ATTEMPT. London, Nov. 4.- (Canadian Press Dispatch from Reuters.) American troops occupying the village of St. Mai-tin Riviere, on the British front, found within the bell of the church a powerful bomb connected by wire with the monstrance on the high nltar. The removal of the monstrance for benedictions would have caused, the wreck of the church upon the worshippers. American engiit-eert have prepared a report upon iqVs ?ttempted"crlhie. ""' V Ye:!.. Nnv I Til.- III I II" 1 Hill e,.| "I'll, 1, - .it -1 > 11:11 aPi it � !it a an 1St� 1 m .lh n ill.- |n-al "I I'-n" ai ill � u ili im! the pres. I- ti :.p;,- a tiir .-uppuM a ureat'-r !� - l;i Mil . ntltes i-- till 1 ,u;:ress � i'-l.a! ..e.il. In inaiiv -late-. 'inweVei, i' 1 n� � 1 e.i'nrial atd l'lire'v l.n.il i-11 Hi !.- I' i!,.W .| a',1 lithe; - , I:-. v," i. ih" ci,in, si. im- t �. 1!- ..'! ,-,.;.;.! - -l ' I i'.l.' I e,l >,!!' lllll- .1,1 � re-' ., ; tll s pi.-Iln. Ill uKatlist Klltft-iie P llnllliy well, bi-tiinn' it. wlm has been 1 b.'ll'rf",! Willi heuo; Mlpplll ti-li b> thi- lilUol" de.ilel'r London. Nov. 4.-Establishment of a grand court of allied representatives, civil and military, for the purpr.te of trying those guilty of crimes during the war, in advocated by Sir Frederick Smith, the British attorney-general, in an In tervirw in the Dnily Express. Sir I'i i-i|i 1 ,, li. Im |. an alidllil'l'v mi lute; n.-iiein..! I.in. I. i.'iat Hie Jul i' ill' I ion ni 1 a- a a 1 unit ii lip1 y e-li", lallv. a!:!:iuii;h 'ml evIiiMivly tn tlio.se cinch! i'i'il-!i.iiid"d. '�.� iib-erVi:d cuiliiniltini; crime,. ||e 1 unteiuls ilnn 111" Itlllll.l J> lit!*' lllll ' tin' til' nil,iis i'd to -*11fT !l',e I'I.line upon Ml"|;' -u;, tat- ..-1. i.-iie; u I--i-, rir: 1 ,\,r 1 rl'ii-.Hal aiiiiin,; ;!'." Cf-nu.iii in.Klit -hit-the entire ii'-poiiiibililv upon iln- f'llljle: iii' Mulenve! :h,. altd! in-'- j;ein*i ,,1 :-i,'iie-, Mm ciiijn p'T-nli- inn : nn' (� pellllilted In p'.l! ! liel'l.'. I\In'.t.iill- tin- Jurfsilici inn "f 111'- . mtrr ,m 1 flu-siirieniler o! tbn--e tin! :ti allied ens imly -houlil In- iiemaiid'-d utnler Mi" p'-.icc l>-;-ii)-. The 1 our! would �-.11 ,>,In 1 iidied at Piai'.i.. A'ta. yi-s'i-vilay iiiorniui; at Hi iv.- uYiui-K. lii. mother. Mrs .1. I'. i'.iillm. w.i- called to Prank last .s.im'i..'. ::i !ii-' uw illness from Span!.-.1! jiitltteii/.i Tiie la!" Mi'. Paildoii lias b-en an .'tiipluyee ot the Canadian l\u iric railway fur r.bout 17 yeav.s and was well liiiuHii in Me- dlr-liii!. huvitiK been a tram cuiidiictm' lUiiniib; inn uf Koot-.-nay l.aiidliiK and � nniiim t'.it'uilKii 'o ' Ne'.Miii 111 11 m 1111 \ 'FLU SITUATION BETTER IN VANCOUVER 1 Vancouver, Nov. J The iultiieu.-a I ,-ilu.Uiun appeared definitely lietter in ; Vitiiciniver today Ibis is true with \ a smaller list of . as.es reported. Nine-: iv new ca.se.s were re]iorteil al Mi" 1 itv ball on Suiuiiiy, and Mils morulug. ' new cases wet-" reported. The total number ui cases reported tn date is Oili-bcc. I'iei-lrii- Ulle- the cause ul in mie of ilie Nov ' liilecllve ale -.ml tn have bef-,1 tile wuicli broke out l.iiiti-st ui the riiailiio stores ^Itu.ited 011 the King's wharf her.- ai li'.u o'clock yestvrd"" morn-Ing. doiii". iliintiige in do- extent of ahull! $liin,l!iiii. IN CHARGE OF GOVERNMENT OF GERMAN BOHEMIA Auisierit&ni. Nov J.- --lo�ef Seliiv > ger. * deputy in the Auutriai; lower ; house, yesterduy tool: charije of tii* 'government of Cennaii Bohemia. .1.:-j cordtnK to h dispatch from Uek-heu-' berg, liolieiula ? : : : : : > > : : ? : ? '> tiling Imi ministering to the > : -id; is all thai can he done ; .iinl this was extremely difii- > ? 1 ult on account nf the over- > > worl-ed and iiisufficieiit mini 1 her of medical iilleiidaiilK unit , - ? nurses Ten deaths have 0*? ? curreU t-ince Satuiilav. \ > I ? * : : : : ? : ; < : * < < : -: Be Canada's Banker The individual who buys a Victory Bond becomes his country's banker. He shows a banker's confidence in the progress and future of Canada. The country's business is your business. If you believe that Canada has a future; that she is worth all the blood her sons have shed in order that she may be secure, vou will buv Victory Bonds. Canada cauuot carry ou war .nut .'ace the pi obtains of peace unless bei citizens are willing to finance her .vltb an open baud; tho security Hhe offers Is the hest in the world-the whole resource* of the finest land on which the stui ever shone. The rewind of the man whu buys Victory Honda to the ful! extent ot hib ability will be not merely the reward of thrift, but of duty done ami an obligation fulfilled. Patriotism and Self Interest � join hiii-ds when you- Buy Victory Bonds This .space donated to the Victory Loan PUS Campaign bv THE SIMPSON CO., LTD.