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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - November 4, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta MONDAY, NOVEMBEH:4t191�^ : THE LETHfiklDGE DAILY iniRALD PAGE NIItE liplendid Stoclis of Hpsiery anii Underwear Exceptionally wide variety of choice in dosy undergarments for these colder days, comprising a most conipiete range in various weigfits and weaves in girls and boys, young ladies and women's sizes. Ladles' Union SuHb, vaviotis mixtures, all good val- g /kA ues; $2.25 to ......... D�VU Boys' and Girls' Union Suits. White and Natural, 22 Q |-(| to 32. $2.25.to ........ JaUU Children's Fleeced Sleepers. Sizes 1 to 10 years. Splendid values. i PA $1.00 to....... ....... 1��IU Children's Vests and Drawers. Various .grades, white n nr and natural. $1.00 to ,.. L��tO L.a '> > Dr. and Mrs, P. M. CiunpboU have returnod from the oa.st, Dr. Campbell imvliig: been in New York for the past, month, ;  �  A/rs. Chas. McKiDop lia.s rGinovcd to 1^30 6th Avenue SouUi. iK * * MiHs Glenella -Hardy \s suffering from influenza. ,  * � -Vlra. n. E. kelley of l^incher Creek wafe a visitor ln4lie city ia.'^t weok. if � -k Friends of .Miss Eva i'riot, wiio has been ill, will be pieaHed lo lioar that .she is now much better. I j(CONTINUE!D PROM FRONT PAGE3) to the south, territory limited by a line from the (Zemlgrand) of Cape Plaijent to the summits of the watersheds eastward so'as to include in the evacuated territory the water course flowing toward Zbanico, such as the Cicola, Ker-ka JButlsnica and their tributaries. y, Include Island* It will also include all the islands in the north and west of Dalmatia from Premuda, Setve, Ulbo, Scheerda, Maon, Paga and Puntadura in the north up to Meleda in th^ south, embracing , Santandrea, Busle, Lisa, Lesnn, Tercola, Curzola, Cazza and La- : goata, as well as the neighboring .' rocks and islets and passages, only excepting the islands of ' Great and Small Ziorna, Bua, , Solta and Brazza. All i territory ' thus evacuated (shali he occupied � by the forces?) of the allies and v^^he United States of America. Aii'miliiary and railway" equip-ment of all kinds, including coal belonging to or within these terri- . tories (to bie?) left In and surrendered to the allies, according to special orders given by the commander-in-chief of the forces of''" the associated powers on tbe dit-:, ferent fronts. No new destruction, pillage or requisition to be done by enemy troops in the terri- , tories to be evacuated by them � and occupied by,the forces of the associated powers. Use Tranaport Sys the allies and' United States ot America. ^; Friaedom of Waterways 4. Freedom of navigation to all : warships and merchant ships of ', ' allied and associated powers to be given in the Adriatic and up the . river Danube and Its tributaries . in the territorial waters and territory of Austria-Hungary. The allies and associated powers shall have the right to sweep up all mine fields and obstructions and , ,^the positions iof these are to be" indicated. ..In. order te insure the freedom of navigation on the, Danube, iheaHteivand;, thtf ,TOUlei-v ' States' of America shall be empowered � to occupy or dismantle all of the fortifications or defense works. K�ep the Blockade Up 5. The existing blockade set by the allies and associated powers is to remain unchanged and all Austro-Hungarian merchant ships ," found at sea are to remain liable (to;capture, save exceptions which may be made by a commission uotnlnated by the allies and the .. United States of America. G: All naval aircraft to be concentrated and immediately im-� pactlonized in Austro-Hungarian bases to.be designated by the al-lles.and the United States of America; 7. Evacuation of all the Italian ' coasts and of all ports occupied by Austria-Hungary outside their national territory and the abanidon-ment of all floating craft, naval, materials, equipment of materlaiBi, for inland navigation of all kiiids!:;' " 8. ' Occupation'by the allies and-the'United States of all the'laud: and' sea fortifications and the is- � matertals, euipment of materials lands which form the defenses of the dockykrds aud bases at Pola, , -!). Mercl^ant., vessels-,held bj? Austria-Hungary belonging to the., allies and associated powers Jet ' be returned. ' ; 10. No destruction of ships or materials to be permitted before evacuation, surrender or restoration. . , 1 11. All naval aud mercantile , marine prisoners of the allied, .and "associated powers in Austro-Hungarian hands t& be returned without reciprocity. BEAVERBROOK DbiNG NICELY Give your hair and scalp the boon of perfect cleanliness �J-lr. and Mrs; J. L. .Miilcr left last weok for Kamlpop.s,-B.C.. wliercthey expect to reinain for .several month.h.  � m Mrs. H. H. Cragg and family have gone to Calgary- where they will re-Hide for the pr&sent. 1 0 ^ >: CHURCHES AND SOCIETIES ? C" > : > > : : : ? : ? : : There will be no itieeting of the Girls' Auxiliary tomorrow night. * * "p' Work wlll.^ be delivered from , tlieU Red Cross rooms tonight as usual. �  * Tliere will be no meeting of the Nursing Mission Board thi.s month, but as expenses have to be'met the' collectors are asked to do their collecting as usual and turn the money in. * *,  .> .> � ? : > > ? * ? * : :� > � The following Is a reliable recipe for pastry, nding'aothorized flour substitutes.- % pup barley � flour- % cup com tlour Vi teaspoon - haking  powder % teaspoon salt 1^:-a Vi cup shortening 4 tablespoons cold watei-. Mix and sift dry,Ingredients. Put ih shortening;' Add-water slowly uutir a.stiff dough is formed.. Try a Lux shampoo. The copious, cream-like Lux lather exerts only a stimulating and cleansing efiect-, There is nothing in it to hurt the little oil ducts at the roots-only the surplus oil, dust, etc., on the hair will be removed. Lux is so pure that it rinses away, completely, and the hair will dry soft, silky and a-shine with health. LUX SHAIVIPOO--Dissolve a tablespponfui of Lux in a gallon of very hot water. Whiiilt into a foamy lather. Cool down -with cold water, then work the audi through the hair thdroUgh-ly. Rinse with fresh water, gradually cooling it. Dry by gentle rubbing-in the tun, if possible-but not with strong heat. LEVER BROTHERS LIMITED TORONTO LUX BITTER CONTEST 1N. Y. GOV'R GRAND COURT TO TRY GUIfcTY HUNS Montreal, Nov. 4.--Lord Beaver-1 brook, in a cable to M. E. WllUamB yesterday, stated he was "doing nicely." This is taken to dispose of some recent reports that .Lord Beaver-brook's condition is serious. � ? ? ? Foster, the -weather pro- ? phet, says: "Many Uioorles ic. ' I declare that the total . and moon are the greatest at ? the total eclipses. The eclipse ? !? shadow covered the United ? iJF states thereby magnetizing > i> the soil and preparing it for !  ' Saturn, noted for causing pltt- -Josef Selin)., ger, a, deputy in the Austrian lowe^: house, yesterday took charge of the government of German Bohemia, ad? cording to a dispatch from Relchen* berg, Bohemia. ; DIED AT FRANK.. Nelson, NOV. 2.-F. D. Paddon, son of J. P. Paddon, of the Nelson Supply and Equipment company, died at Frank, Alta, yesterday morning at three o'clock. His mother, Mrs. J. P. Paddon, was called, to iFrank last Simday owing to his serious illness from Spa'uish influenza. The late Mr. Paddon has been an employee of the Canadian Pacific railway for about 17 years and was well known in tiie district, having been a , train conductor running out of Koot-enay Landing and coming through to Nelson frequently. 'F^LU SITUATION BETTER IN VANCOUVER ; Vancou-^er, Nov. 4.-The influenza situation appeared definitely better In Vancouver, today. This Is true, with j u smaller list of cases reported. Nine-1 ty new cases were reported at the city! hall on Bunday, and this morning, 35 I new cases were reported. The total number of cases reported to date is j 3571. ? ? > ? ? : ? ? ? ? ? ? : ? '> TEN DEATHS. A.T FERNIE. . F^rnle,, H.C., Nov. 4.-Tlie. Spanish i'nfiuenza here hais �reached such a crisis that every thing but ministering.-to the sick is ail that can-^.lie done and this was extremely difficult on account of the over- , worked and insufflclont number of medical attendants and / nurses. Ten deaths ,have ooy' curred since Saturday^ Be Ganada's The individual \yh6 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, you will buy Victory Bonds, Canada cannot carry on'war and face the problems of peace unless her citizens are.willing to finance her with an open hand'; the security she offers is the best in the,world-the whole resourpes of the finest land: on'whlcji,the sun ever shone. , , , The i-eward of the(.man who buya Victory Bond's to/the full: extent of hie ability will be not merely the reward of thrift, but ot duty done and an obligation'fulfilled. Patriotism and Self-Interest' join hands when you- .. \ . Buy Victory Bond^  This space donated to the Victory'Loan'1918 Campalgta  ; THE SIMPSON CO., tiii; ........'^'W.ii 45 ;