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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - November 5, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 5, 1918 THE LET "IBRIDGE DAILY HERA?j> Germans Admit Line Nearly Broken Through British Headquarters, Nov. G,- (ReuterG.)-The Germans yesterday got the worst hammering that they hnve ever received. It has become a habit of speech to say that the enemy is, still unbroken and unbeaten, but if things continue much longer at the present rate, we will suddenly nwalce to the realisation that this statement has ceased to be true. A series of battles ranlnn. on the west front from Valenciennes to Stenay promise to prove the mout stupendous conflict of the war. It Is 3 mistake to suppose the allies arc only enuaacd with renr-fluardo of the enemy, retreating "accord-Infl to plan." The oopoalle Is true. The GeismariR are beino forced to fiQht their hardest hy attacks which threaten to achieve their strategic collapse and the successes gained by the allies have been won against immense concentrations of Gtrcngth which are striving in a mos.t determined manner to hold vital points. Marshal Foci), adhering to his right anqle front, is steadily reducing the enemy's area of manoeuvre, squeezing him against the surrounding hills from the west, robbing him of mobility In a fash-Ion which is likely to prove dls-nstrous before long. NEARLY A BREAK THROUGH Berlin, Nov. 5.-Formidable attacks In which the French and British used enormous forces of artillery and tanks, were made Monday against the lines on a front of^morc than 40 miles between the Scheldt and the Olse, ?he official statement from German headquarters todiy says. In a h*rd struggle the Germans prevented ?. brenk-throuph. In the Bleulet forest, west of the Mcuse, the statement continues we a\olded stror.y, attacks, bv wifhdravinp in acc.vri^ncc w th orders 'o the east bank of the Mouse, north of Stenay. The town of Lc Ouesnoy, it is Added, was evacuated whrm it was lliientened with encircltmen: south of Catillon, allied troops advancing across the 9ambre-Oise canal, about one mile. Elsewhere on WHEN YOU SUFFER FROM RHEUMATISM Almost any man will tell you that Sloan's Liniment means relief Fur i^radically vvcry man lias usvil it who lias Miftcutl from rheumatic adii;*, sarena* oi tnufclei, .Mif'tucst nt joints, the results of weather cx-li"Mirc. Women, tnn, liy the hundreds 01 iIhiumiiuI:., use it lUr relieving ncur itis. lame hack?., n**ur;ili;i;i, sick lu-ad-ai'lie. Clean, rci rcshinn. soothing', ri'onomical, quickly effrclive. Say "Sloan's l.ininicnt" to your druggist. Made iii Canada. Oct it today. Sloan's Lmimcnt Kills Pa.iti ?>�i: 60c, $1.20. A Few More Recruits Are Now Required for D RAFT Apply at once R.N.W.M. Police Barracks PAGE FTVF, in �t.- the al-on the th�* front south of th� Mormal foiest, allied attacks were repulsed. ACROSS THE MEU9E With the American Forces on the Scdnn, Nov. 6.-The American army hat thrown a formidable force across the Meusc to the east bnnk. The enemy resistance here has been broken to the point of (ismorflllraiion any. the Americans are pushing northward to-w.ird Stenay. The enemy is in full retreat northward and offering little resistance. Queen Witnesses Fight. With the Allied Armies France and Belgium, Nov Allied trooos today began teige of the city of Ghent ready virtually surrounded three sides. The assault on city was witnessed by Queen Elizabeth of Belgium and hundreds of her non-combatant subjects. Say Attacks Broke Down. ltorlln, Nov, :>. KtroliK titlui-k-i by the Aini'iU-una mi the Ik'IkIiIn cast nt fhfi .Vpijmi: broki; down, says th� (lorinaii army hiuidinin.rtnrs report. Tont.'itlvd thrustn by the AniprlcunKfj wnsit of Ilic Mom-llo had ;i .sjmlliir rc-Hili, tlm statement dpclnrort. Capture Town of Pouilly. With the American Army on Uif He-dan VrnnU .Nov, .V-After the lion-loim lii'ldKn at NrWuillPS lms been constnieted the Americans threw a second bridge across the Meiine ut Clery-le-Vntlt and began developltii; ;i new line on th" heavily wooded imd very difficult nrouml eant of the i'lvur, lietn'OPii dory und Brl^iilles, u 2',-i milo front. The town of I'oiillly, In the bond of the M^iise norlh>v*�!tt of Stemiy, wuh cajitnrt-il by the Americans operutlnR wont of tlw .ileuse. The west bank of the river is now held in Its entirety ! as f�r north n> I'ouilly. The troops which crossed to the east bunk of the Meusc found thoir .�idvnnce opposed by hlttpr machine Kim unci artillery flr�. Thi:i was over, come, however, and the Aniericiins-f at'p making steady progress. The village of Hwmniout. directly west of rouilly, has been taken hy the American forces which advanced from the helfilit.s which they lu�ld before Ilea iimont. The American* esrly today ho Ran clearing out Jtiulnay wood, in the bend of the Mouse southeast of ljouilly and this afternoon the wood was in their possession. (Jonnan troop* who Iwd remulnod wont of the Mpusfl began to flee across the river early today alonp; the line north nnd south of Stenay. After r]es Iroyins the bridge from Stenay to 1/Uiieuvllle, the enemy opened the locks of the ciuir.I and flooded ift�� river to ii width of about two-tbirds of a mile. TELL DETAILS London, Nov. 5.-In the face of the German retreat the situation changes bo rapidly hour by hour that !t is Impossible to give a definite idea of the allied advance. Roughly, the allien have carried the Franco-Qcl;jian frontier between y.ilenciomv?:; and Bnvav, which is eight miles west of the fortress of Mnubuequ. The allien rre within two mile*.: of Davay-They hnve canturcd the whole of the Mormal for-.t.t except the eastern edge, BULLETINS TO REPRESENT GERMANY Amsterdam, Nov. 5.-Germanin of Berlin says that Von Wlnter-feldt, former military attache at Paris, will conduct the armistice negotiations for Germany on the western front. GERMANY AGREES. London, Nov. 5.-In the house of commons Sir Gcorqe Cave, home secretary, today announced that Germany had aqreed to ratify the recent Hooue prisoner.'.' agreement, havinq abandoned the condition stipulated in regard to Germany. DESTROY GREAT WORKS. Amsterdam, Nov. 5.-The destruction of the great Soandau artillery works by an explosion and fire is reported by the Weser Zeitung. , No lives were lost. Spandau is a fortified town of Prussia, nine miles from Berlin. SENT TO WILSON Paris, Nov. !i.- (By Associated Press)-Premier ClcmcrfCeau announced that the conditions of the armistice for Germany had been transmitted to President Wilson. They were inspired, he added, as were those for Austria, to prevent a resumption of hostilities. The Day's War Summary GERMANS STILL (By the Associated Presa) ! PROGRESS EVERYWHERE PVom the Dutch frontier to cant of the Meuse the 200-mlle. battle line is Rflnmo today ng tM> British. French. Americans nnd IlrlffiaiiH crush the r"Hlfit*nc� of the e.n-niy and pu*' lonir line the alllce arc proKresslnn and on the Wench sectors hetwen th.e I OlHe nnd the. Aifine the (lerintitis are wllhrtniwIiiK on Mnrle and Mont i'nfnet 1 Field Marcbal HalK li.is taken the strung point of I,� Qiieioioy and is nniHB'.njt' on Maubuege, while the Americans are flKhtlng their way across th" Meusc. I southwest of the railroad centre of Montmedv. ' AROUND VALENCIENNES 111 (he region north and voiith of Valenciennes the Mrlttith conlimie the; succoBsfnl nush henan Monday. Southeast of Valenciennes the Hriiish are' within 10 mlloH of Mnubliege and further south are rapidly pushing th:i\r �ay through the Mormal forest, where the British are four miles from the rail road junction of Autnoye. South of the Mormal fore.Bt the British and Krencii are pressing northward over virtually level ground toward Aveene:* OI8E TO AI8NE i'Yoin 'he Oise io the Aisne, at Chateau-Porcien, the French maintain . close ennt.ict with the enemy who is moving rearward as a result o: the French nue.ec.-Bfs of the last fi^w days. South of Guise, the French b*l army i� advniH'liiK Northeastward between 'he Peion and the Herre. Farther eaHt the French have penetrated the formldnhle Hundlng line, mtiking an advanc-of one mile on a front of five miles on the western win* of flic forward movement, ("ontlriti.it.lon of the advance here soon will compel the fjermans '  i> jfive up the line of the Alsue east and west of Rethel to which tht-y have eluiiK so Htubhornly e ON THE MEU5E American troops on a front of K> miloa along the Mouse from Brl*>ulU;� northward to Pouilly arc succAifitfnlly forcing their way across the river. Ar ISrlcullcu the river has been crossed in hitter fighting and th? Americans also have reached the* enst hank at Flery-le-Petit. Where the Mouse curve* in the. roglon of I'ouilly the Americans havti crossed the river and taken th* : village o' Pouilly, a;i.er iliiving U\e enemy from the Jaulnay wood. ' Th" Americnns on ihe west bank of the Meuse north of Ktemiy arc with-1 in four miles of the (iermun main communication Hue from Sedan to Metz it a point northwest of Chaitvenoy. GHENT SURROUNDED (Jhcnt is now virtually surrounded hy the French, Belgian! t�nd Americans.] At. last accounts the lines of the allies were close to the r|ry on the wr.st.; north and northeast r.ii'l It Is said that allied cavalry lins been operating 1n | tlw; outskirts of the el'\. idttle or nothing of the true state of affairs in (Jerinany can he learned., probably because of (he strlcf censorship that, prevails, (t is known, however, I that the demand for the abdication of Krapcror William is growing. ! London, .Vov. fi. - (FUmtor'tO-Dns-pile the Herman assurance that trof;p.'i have been imiari'i] In avoid unnet;es-sarjr ilninaA-e th'*re hu*�e been numerous autheiiiicutod cauos of wanton fie*-triiotlon iccenfly. A French nftlcor, the .statement adds, dnncribnd a case at Scrlln. betw-fien l^ille Mid Arra�. where the enemy dynamited the his torie churoli. the town lie.li and, ro�i-denccF of niidrlle cIhsk p(:aple. while all the remaining houses were pillaged niid ;ir* ;mr;v drslroyed, including th" criptoii or Seelin and the adjncnn' canton. Itealer's British lieadinmrt�,rs �t.af.' stateui'-ni repents a letter found on a prhoiierri as follov/s; "ThoHe on leave hen.' are not allowed to return nt present, as nothing hut empty goods trBln.s go lo tie* front to lir'nv hack material." , Telegraphic Brief* COMING TO MAJESTIC BIG STRIKE OF T. II. Shields, for morn lha� twenty-live years a prominent Brampton business man. died at Foote's Bay, Mus-knka, where for the past two mouths lie has been endeavoring to regain health and strength. GIRLS! DRAW A MOIST CLOTH THROUGH HAIR,. OOUBLE ITS BEAUTY Try This! Hair Geta Thick, Glossy, Wavy and Beautiful At Once. I ImmeilialP'?-Yes! Cer lain 7-that's . the Joy or it. Your hair becomes light, ! wavy, fluffy, abundant and appears ins soft, lustrous and beautiful as a .young girl's after a lnuulerlue hair 'cleanse. Just try this- moisten a cloth | with a little Panderiuo and carefully j draw it through your hair, taking on" ,' small strand at. a time. This will j cleanse the hair of dust, dirt or ex-i cesslve oil, and In Just a few uio ' ments you have doubled the. beauty of your hair. A delightful surprise awaits ihosn whoso hair haB been neglected or is scraggy, faded, dry, brittle or thin. Besides beautifying the hair, . Damlei'int) dissolve** every particle of j dandruff; cleanses, purifies and invliv-oratus tho sculp, forever stopping Itching and falling hair, hut what will please you most will bo after a few week's use, when you Hee new hair - fine ami downy at fJrst-yes-but really new hair growing nil ovnr the sculp. If you cure for pretty, soft hair, and lots of It. ntirely got a mnull bottle of Knowlton's Oandeilno from any drug utoro or toilet counter for 'a few ccntH.-Advertisement, ! LEMON JUICE | WHITENS SKIN I - .1 EMPEROR CHARLES HANDS OVER COMMAND Amsterdam, Nov. 5.-Emperor Charles of Austria, according to a dispatch from Vienna, handed over the sunremc command of the Austro-Hungarfan army to Field Marshal Kocveai on Nov. 2. POLISH NATIONAL GOVT. AMSTERDAM, Nov. 5.-All the members of the Polish cabinet hnve signed n minifesto. according to a dispatch from Warstw. t'.eclnrinn that a national government svas to be formad. its majority consisting of representatives of the working clas3. The national government will take over undivided authority till the convocation of n legislative body. FEED SUFFERING CIVILIANS Washington, Nov. 5.-The allied and American governments nre to co-operate with Auatri.i-Hun-f gnry, Bulgaria and Turkey in furnishing food and supplies for the suffering civilian pouulitions of the countries. This decision was reached by the Versailles conference yesterday, President Wilson was advised today by Col. E. M. House. WHAT WILSON RECOMMENDED Paris, Nov. 5.-Premier Clem-ence.iu In his speech today said: "The terms to Germany are what Pres. Wilson himself recommended to us for the security our troops, the maintenance of our military superiority and the disarmament of the enemy insofar as that is necessary to prevent a resumption of hostilities.'" DEAL WITH FOCH Washington, Nov. 5-Marshal Foch has been authorized by the United States and the allies to /] receive representatives of the German government and to communicate to them the terms of an armistice. . The German government is so informed in a note handed to the Swiss minister here today by Secretary Lansing. The note announces that the allied governments have declared their willingness to make peace with the German government on the terms laid down In President ' Wilson's address to congress last January and on the principles of settlement enunciated In his subsequent \ addresses. The allies reserve to themselves, however, complete freedom of action when they enter the peace conference on the subject of freedom of the seas. SEEMS POSSIBLE Winnipeg, Nov. 5.-A dlaruptlon of the federal civil service Ib threatened unless the government grants all its organized employees a war bonus equal to that granted the postal employees last summer. It Is declared that a otrlke involving 50,000 men is hanging in the balance today. The civil servant: have delivered an ultimatum demanding a reply by midnight it was stated today. 1 MONEY OVER linn government," the dispatch added, '"other elements belonging to the .allies lived alongside the Serbian prls-� oners and wore eye-witnesses of the( jotroeities to .which they were bubject-j  ed. These allied prlsouem narrated| j stories that made one shudder." I In addition to prisoners of wnr, 200,-  0e civilians deported by the Bulgarian authorities are struggling home. Washington. Nov. ii.-Efforts of tin*, i Bolshevikl nuthorltios to discuss the, withdrawal of the allied forces from; Russia, through negotiations for an armistice, are attracting no serious attention here. The associated na- j lions do not recognize the Limine and ; Trot iky regime in any way and it was explained today that if the Bolshevikl \ wanted negotiations they should ad-j dress tiie Kussiiin government al , Omsk, the only authority in Russia with which the L'nltod States and allies deal. Toronto. Nov. -I)rP9.-eri In a Canadian infantry captain's uniform. Jack Lett whs taken in to custody at 7::10 this morning by Superlntoudenl Campbell jif the Thiol Agency. Provincial Inspector Muller and Detectives .Mitchell. McConiicll and Nicholas, and charged With holding up the' express messenger on the Buffalo express on Oct. l'.'t last. As a result, of this daring crime, it is sruteil thai Leil got av.ay with JUO.OOu. His brother Waller, the owner of the military uniform, was arrested hy. Die same officers at three o'clock this morning in the same hotel in Toronto charged with being an accessory of his brother. With Ihe two men in ens. tody the police claim to have recovered about siiiiiO more of tho stolen! money and of ihfs sum $100 was found over the boiler in a west-end Methodist church. Nlue thousand dollars is still to be recovered. I [loth meti are slightly over six feet in height and are of fine appearance. Jack Lett is years old and his hro ther ;i0. T An.vuiin thu California of Oawidu Se'i'M thr cold Htnthtr prot'l'M In perfection. Accommodation for transients or fanjlli' ? In th* city or Itn adjacent, beautiful fiuhtirb*. Cost of lir-Ing In n���o��Wr. Send for handsomely illustrated booklet-telle what Vancouver offers you and your family this winter. Frse, postpaid, on raqusit. J. R. DA VISON City Publicity - . Commlsaloner TV Board of Trade i" Dnildlng. _r v,nBcorr' *m Copeulsagon. Nov. !!.-Kmperor CharloK found the ^onditloiis of ih" armistice offered hy the ullie.? so harsh and considered them so ilis-hi.uorahle Hint he would not sign them, says a Vienna dispatch to the Uerlln Tiigehlntt. The emperor declared he did not wish to exercise his power as supremo commatuler of the army. The conditions of the nrui ' isllco were signed hy Field Marshal Arz von Straussenburg, chief of stuff. Tho dispatch denies rumors that 1'lmporor Charles had abdicated and wus leaving for Switzerland. ?  .--Clen. Allen Rur-goyne, ledurlng before tho Royal Photographic Society, told a good story of the surrender of Jerusalem. He said that the city was actually surrendered to a couple, of British regimental cooks, who were out trying to get some salad when tho Arabs came out with tho keys of the city. One Tommy asked what thoy were o.\-net'lnd lo do with the keys of the "blinkin' city." K (Jen. Hurgoyne said that the scene was* accounted so historic Unit it. was reconstructed and photographed. Toronto, Xov. ii.-Following is (ho! official returns of Victory Loan sub-1 Be.rlptlows up to one p.m. Tuesday, 1 Nov. ii/ as officially reported through the Dominion business eoipnilttoe. showing n total of $183.308,ir>0, divided us follows: Toronto .............$ :!2,l)(i:{.or.fl Ontario, inol Toronto) F.!),274,lf.O British Columbia ____ M.imy.SGi) Alborta ............. il.S8H,S00 Saskalchowau ....... -1,675,300 Manitoba ........... 3.947.150 Montroul ............ 'JS,ri07,9r.O. tjuobeo, not .Montreal S.tiiiU.-iOO Now Brunnwlck ____ 4,1100,000 Novu Scotia ......... ic,7ir),nrio f'rinco Kdward fh'land 4(i(i',fi5ti E Dominion grima total.|183,'(J0S,15� Waeliington, Nov. 5.-An official dispatch today to (ho Serbian legation from Snlouiki said Serbian prisoners we.ru returning from Bulgaria in a deplorable, coudltlon after throo years of Buffering and that many had died onrouto, almost.'Within reach of their native land. ' Tho numbers had not been determined, it was said, becauso .of the great husto of the Bulgarian govorn-incut to get them home us rapidly us possible, so that Serbian military and government officials would not nen tho cump in which they hackhoon llv- "lut, uiiforlumilely tor..tho Uulcur- ir (Krom tho Boston Herald) > �:� � > * > > : * * : > * * > : : > Let Foch decide! Lot him suy, "No. Never surrender to a ITeuten foe Tho .safety of tho world, for which have died Millions of honest men. Howard i)io ivhlwpoi1 of the vantiuiali*d llun, Beware, the whining of the homicide- William tho Liar, who brags, and slays, and theiij* With ratlike squealing seeks his hole again! Trust not the hazard of u juggler's pen To koep whul wo have won!" In Foch confide! Tho idlont, strong, enduring, dauntless limn-- - First in a hundred fights, trust liiiu who never ran. But thrice- at Nancy, Murne and Yprns-smolo The Teuton legions and abased their pride. Wou unto tlioso who at this fatal time Would compromiso with crime, And handy cunning with the shameless Hun! He stiiudii on ruin's brink; Our victory is nonr; not ink. But blood, but valor and unshaken will Shall ho our weapons ami our skill. hi Pooh wo trust! He writes no letters und his speech is brief; I to scorus the, subterfuge, of dust Thrown Into Htutosmeu'tt eyes; Ho will not compromlue! Ho saw fur off the goal, And with uiidautod soul Wins it, uuhoastlng, as becomes n Chief! Bo ovory roptilo message of the Bucho , Ueferrod heucoforth to Foch! WILLIAM UOSC'Ot: TII AY KB. 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}<%, 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 VICTORY BONDS An Investment Recommended . By Every Bank In Canada ' Tho only real difference between twenty ffi Government bills and ft $100 Victory Bond i* th*t tht Victory Bond pays 5,'jf� interest. The security u� exactly the same. Behind both bills feud bond �r� tfc� total resources of the Dominion. Leaving all sentiment aside, it would bo impossible te to find a mora desirable inVMtmont than tko n�w Victory Bonds. TH? MERCHANTS BANK Head Office: Montroal. OF CANADA Cttcbliihad I8�4. LimiURIDGB BRANCH,   R. J. DINNING, Mo)h|�r. V. A. 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