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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - November 5, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 5, 1918 THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD PAGE THREE THAT SON-IN-LAW OF PA'S It Looks Like;It|s Impossible to Silence Cedric. _- ^ -._,_I By Wellington THIS ISN'T TTHE INtjmiMEKT I - pgOniSEO HO^TO PLAY ON -THIS IS A MUCH FINER ONE, I PUBCHASEP Wrm TMATl-'^^=*w_! �[ HUNDRED P/A\NLAV^5 ? GOLD FRQUI WRECK Metal Valued at Four Hundred Million Secured By Omsk Government New York, Nor. 5.-Russian sola ' Talued at 800(000,000 rubles taken in Petrograd by the Bolslieviki has been ! saved at Kazan by the Omsk govern-j ment, generally recognized as a foundation for the re-organization of Kus-aia, A. J. Sack, director of the Russian 'information bureau, announced/ hereon authority of the Russian embassy at Washington. The gold, representing t^o-tftirds of the reserve in the Russian treasury Tvhen the Bolsbeviki gained control of the capital late In 1917, was transported by them to Kazan and thence to Samara. Agents of the Omsk government, obtaining posession of it, tjok thfe metal to Omsk. The gold is worth approximately J400,00p,000. The msk government, according to recent advices from Russia, is rapidly gaining recognition among the anti-Bolsheriki councils as the nucleus for the formation of a conservative government. RELIEF GOMWlinEE 10 GO ITURKEY Nearly Million Refugees Are Now Available to Help From Allies New YorkI Nov. 5.-Dr. James L. Barton, chairman" of the American committee for relief in the Near East, will soon sail for Constantinople with a commission composed T>t prominent businessmen to assist In the work r>f rehabilitation and organization oC industry In Turkey, it wiis announced here today. The commission w'll be accompan-iad by more than 100 experienced relief workers, maay of whom have resided in Turkey, �nd will also take a large quanti|;y of supplies, including 15 farm tractors to take the place of domestic animals, many of which are reported to have been exterminated. "The surrender of Turkey makes 935,000 i refugees accessible to the American committee for relief work," Dr. Barton said: TAKE OVER MILLIONS OF DOLLARS OF PROPERTY Washington, Nov. 5.-Millions of dollars worth of property belonging to women of American birth who have married German and Austrian sub Jects -has been taken over by the alien property custodian. Many prominent wdmen are in the list, including Countess Gladys Vanderbilt Sechenyi, whose property as taken over amounts nearly to $4,000,000 in securities in addition to the income from a ?^,000,-000 trust fund created under the will of her father. Dawson, Y.T-, Nov. ,3.-Captain Bell, - of' the Royal North West Mounted Policej who went from Whitehorse to represent th|i Yukon lerritory at the wreck of the Sophia, yest^l^day telegraphed Col. Knight, com&knder at Dawson an^ acting cBief lexecutlve of the territory, the j^ollo,tfing-: "OJie hundred and seventy-nine i bo'dles recovered. More expected. '�i*6fllllrely identified 84. Bodies in h6rrlble Condition. Only two actually drowned. Others ' suffocated In crude' oil. , Presumably tanks burst when ship slid across, rocks." A special dispatch from Skagway quotes Capt. Jas. Davis, of the Bsle-beth, as saying that any time on Thursday, &e day the Sophia struck, he could have taken the steamer's passengers off. , - "T^e 'weath'er was -not too rough," li6 8a;t^i:^itor~a -14-1001: skiiff'to go to tli'etvlndwarfli^^^^^^ Spplila, and bpatijiand.i.raftf: easily could . hnvp cbm6'l;.dowh'- �rjtb'ttie wind. ' CaptVi Looke-^fetinplyVgi^mbled^.t^^^^ , the wind was �gbingi>'down instead of coming IIP bi'fhe 'figftired he could weather the gale. The passengers evidently were instructed to stay aboard, as few were on deck. The ^ piano was heard' pldying. Wo got? within 50 feet. Several steamers wore nfear." The wrappers, towels, face cloths,' rocking'! chair, etc, ;/ - " Fhmllies can help vlsitjng,, and aids by having hot water,,to)^ amd newspaper ready when niirsgs" expected. . . "further debenture of not exQeeding $5000 for the puriJose of providing, and furnish Ing a nurses' home and also to further equip the hospital. (4) To repay debentures amounting to $7279 on original basis i^nd to retire further debenture Issue of not exceeding $5000 In equal annual Instalments with accrued interest. Distribution of Maintenance and Capital Expenditurea (5) Capital: Repayment of instalments or principal and interest of existing debentures $750; repayment oi principal and Interest of new deben: ture to be created $850........$1,600 \ Maintenance Salaries of ^nursing staff and -other help |7000 Drugs and, dressings 1500 Fuel and light .........600 Provisions and supplies ...., 4000 Secretary's salary and stationery J..... ......... 350 Repairs................... 1500 Bank interest. Insurance etc. .350 Organization expenses 400 Rebates.and nonpayments...., 7436 TEMPORARY CHANGE IN TRAIN SERVICE Account Influenza Epidemic efteo-tiv3 12.01 a.m. Novembtr 2nd, train xVo. Bll from Medicine Hat to Calgary via Lathbridge and Alderayde, will' run on Monday, Wednesday and Friday. : No. 52 from Calgary td Medicine Hat via Alderayde and Tje.thbridge will run on Tuesday, Thursday, 'and Sat BVunoua Ddco Light Coutntry wiring tittiMl, arereize plstona and rlpfi.^ , We^have In ate-*- OTerslxe 'pistons;.! makea'of ;ga8'"~~ 1793 13740253 ;