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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - November 6, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta Iff, THE LCTHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD letbbtiboe "toecalfc IttbErttfge, fllbcrta DAILY AND WECKtY �r^prletera and Publlarrtra THE LITHMIDOE HERALD PRINT-IN* COMPANY, LIMITED M BWt Street South. Lethbridge W. A. Buchanan President and Managing Director John Torrance - - Business Manager TELEPHONES uelneee Office ..V:....... �aitertal Office .......... 1262 1224 Subeerlrtlon Rates: Dally, delivered, per week .. Dally, delivered; per year .. Dally, by mall, per year---- Weakly, by mail, per y�ar . ... 10 .. .3T50 ...54.00 ,. .11.50 Weakly, by mall, per year to U.S..52.00 Dates of esplry-'o. subscription* appear dally on address label. Acceptance of.^apexs attor^oxplration date is out auttibrity to continue the - scrlptton. sub- IMALL SUBSCRIPTIONS ARE ESSENTIAL After hanging fire in the flrat atagea of the campaign the Fourth United Statea Liberty Loan reach-ad Ita goal en the cleeing day, Oct. 11, the W.Q0O/W0.000 asked for having been exceeded by 1150.000,-000. Since the eprlng of 1�17. when the Republic entered the war, ever elateen billion dollar* haa been ralead for war purposes and ueetf.te a large extent, in providing fundi for the Altlea on the continent of Europe. The total aak-ed frem the oeaple of the United Stated Wat floobte the amount of the Third Liberty Lea* and the money offend waa almoat fifty par cent, greater. The number ef tubacrlbtrt la eetlmated at 25,-000,000 or almoat one out of four ef th� population. Aa a year hae elapaad alnee the i; now they are going to have to jpay for It. And that It tho best thing that conld happen. By making Ger (From fur Own CorrMpaadsat) Barons. Nov. 5 - On Monday of latt week John Anllumptle was given the option of a fine of $25 or fourteen days In jail on a charge of dumping refute on tho public highway and thirty day* in gaol on the charge of resisting an officer In the execution of his duty. John elected to do time on 1 the first charge and be had no option on the second. A number of new cases of intluema have developed during the latt few days and Leonard Burnt, a farmer residing north east of here, died of the dfteaae on Friday. On Saturday night two stranger* drove into town In automobiles and proceeded to peddle boqte. leaving their cars parked by the side-walk. Constable Macklc of the A.P.P, observing thai the cars were rather F)ICKED UP IN ASS1NGC=I for the �ost wan Thc B.C. legislature has been called to meet on Jan. 1�. Rev. Father j. F. McNeil died Vancouver from the Influenza. at Harry B. Froete. a Regina lawyer, a native of Deteronto, Is dead. The latett draft order calls JM.000 from New York ttate. Lancaster county. Pa., has bacco crop worth |2O,floo,00O. a to- mmy pay for every damage done by i he*vl|y took the Ubegty of j.. , . �.ww. ! aqulntiot at their contenta tad die- frtghtfulBtse Is one of the best ways , rov,e(, about 30ft nwl, ot 0lh)Ur. , of teaching her the lesson that war as i the hat been waging it It a very j unprofitable industry. It may be that Germany will give ! up before the allies march to Berlin, at we all hope the ailiet will do before the end. But tn any event we know now that the Hun will bare to 1 pay high tor the crime ot 1914 and the i Intervening years, and that being the ; case we will be ready to learn that quarts ntlng HquTd of which, together with thw cars, he Immediately took pot-session. The owners have not yet put In an appearance and It ia presumed that they wither dug out by tho flret train or footed it to Caraaugay or Nobleford. Messrs. J. T. Pettt tad W. 8. Mun-roe of Calgary, arrived on Monday to canvats for tho Victory Loan. The weather, unftayutiafely for the canvass but fortunately for the farmers, has turned stormy. Know fell during most of the afternoon yeaterday but | Germany hat accepted the torms the not in sufficient quantity to" do much ; alltec are ready to impose. 1 good. California hat started a 13.000,00* organisation to fight profiteering. Poultry cluba amonK children In Missouri have raised lvooo ctilckene. A MASON & RISCH PIANO adds a wholesome, reflni-d touch to tho homo ntmoe-phere such nn iro other Hitlclr- of home enlertalnlnj? equipment can do. Let \in show you thesu auperlor In-" slrumentH. GET SOME MURIC IN THE HOME FOR THE LONG WINTER EVENINGS THAT ARE AHEAD We have, a bfirgnln In a "Homer Studio" Plnno - en Instrument worthy of the money naked and we'll make qood this claim to your full satisfaction. It's yourt for ........ $215 MASON & RISCH LIMITED BALMORAL BLOCK FIFTH ST. S. LETHORIDOE the Canada CarrlaRo Compnny a� ------------------- Brockvllle, whose plant was deotroyed Intervening (owns i by fire, are leaving town to net work 1 So miles with IIkM In the other factories of Carriages, - n that streleh of and power. correctional court at the charge* ot Krauk J Limited, at Montreal. Orlllin. Alexandria and Preliminary estimates give an es-ttmnted cost of $l.620.0 .Mr Gould I'larrii'd UiB prenenl wlie in lli-'ti Bellevlllu gets six iWrman captured by the :ad lutullou. gum And they are real 1 thete days. "Victory" bonds, AFLOAT IN BOM TWENTY-ONE DAYS 1 :> Turk island. B. W. !.. No�. �.-(Via Halifax).-Reporting the rapture of their ship la latitude 37.10, loagltade 5:1.50, by a German aubmarlno on Oct. 13. the captain and seven sen of the Norwegian barque St Hinder. New ____ York to Fremantle, arrlvgd In a pill- . , , . . . able condition following their 21 days' Jl the Huns want an armlttice they 1 elp0))ure m �n open boat, with llttl* , can tell It to Focb. That's the wisest or no food, fpr the correepondentt to give detail.. d,cifton ,ne tupremo w,r council of j A aecond boat eontainlng the re-Meter tlnce the bpenlng of the war on ) lne ^{gg ever made ! m*lBln* 11 werabert of the crew sap THt PROONIBB Of THI WAN. Signs of the early breakup : the German army are not wanting these ' Bays, and under the watchful eye of Oentrallsstrao Foch the allied armlet j fighting on the only front now remain-' d into contracts for the construction of six additional steamships. Thomee Feign, a wealthy reitdent ot Chicago, hat Uft 1100,000 tor the erection of a sew Roman Catholic church. Mrs. Pearl Young, Chicago is 1 taekUsg dlvorni A. Your..-:. 1 known as the "king of ticket scalpers." Niagara Falls will have a gun and a heavy machine gun captured by the Sad Battalion. C.E.F., from the Gtr-tat as. ft. F. UouertU jumped from an airplane at a height of 4,800 feet, and effected a safe landing by parachute at Han Antonio, Texas. Marvin Jones, member of Congreta at Gainesville. Tex., haa waived exemption, and haa been placed in class IA of the drsft die wait front have the Germans ex- J pnriaaced two such ditaslroua days ' arated from the captaic'a boat a few days after leaving the thip and Both- u look* �* " u wou,d *00n 08 Ulne ! ins �� known of itt fate. m hate bean Monday and Tueaday. j ,, a re, cr,brfcUoil. aamk one On a 75-milo front from the Scheldt | ghould m,ka lt w,8 blH,nBM t0 Ece 1 river la Belgium to the Aitne river In : ^at Jt u , 60Od on, JTrance, the country It aflame and the i _, I In the midat Germans are there conducting a fore 4 and tomewhat disorderly retreat, further to the south the Americana anratiag with Gen. Gouraud have Ctoaaed the Menaa at Brleulles in tree, and a general push towards Se-IB MB Slenty ia under way. Al-faadr the main communications o\ the ^nrBMJia upon which they had hoped rstraat in the south have been cut, the talk ot retroating to the Rhine 1 made much greater. There is grave lager that the German armies will cut in two at the Meuse, and in 111 e|ee the task of the allies will be anBCji aaaier aa each army will ihea be Haajt with aeparately. On the whole ^he OgrmAn position on the west front it frBttfht wish great pottlbllltles, and �\ conBlete dltintegration, at in the 'kaaf Wty* Anttrtan armlet laat week, gapuid'aot be a aurpriae to military I OBtmajr hat appointed a commit-MSB, of (our high naval a.iii army of ft-.�BB^'f�d��U with lha alllet on tbb iTict-|Br of an armtMlw. The allle, n^ve Mitfd laat the Hun* auat apply to mjttti* tot the armietiee, ahd r>a- The captain stated mat wh$n he ! and his crew were abandoned to their jfate by the U-boat they flrat tried �o reach Halifax, but their boat captlsed � j and with it went the bulk of their pro- of the 'flu epidemic ! vislont. They managed to right the the best autidote is the newt from the boat after a great deal of effort and then, because of the eitremely cold weat front and from Victory Loan j WMtBer, decided to make for Ber-headquarters. It's pretty hard to be ; made. They were again unable to ill in the face of such a combination. I ^rry out their project and. altar 21 _ 'days of intente suffering, were final- Kaiser Karl refuted to sign the | New Yor]li No, 5 _Tfce ,^,.1 of allied armistice terms to Austria, the captain and seven man of the Nor-Thafa unimportant. The people of' weglan bark Stlflnder at Turka Itl-Auttria have accepted. Which goes ! � �T\� ^SZffitoi to show that thit ten t a pleasant tea-, York last week after being picked up by a United States naval thip. ton for kaisers. It waa British bulldoggedness on March 27th in front of Arras which broke the German hopes of victory. The Huns should have counteu on that bulldoggedness before they decided that Belgium was the eaay route to Parte. There were 149 deaths registered during October at Kitchener. 130 were caused by influence or pneumonia. Forty-five of thete were between tho ages of twenty and thirty yean. *   An eastern clergyman says that kissing It a relic ot tho dark ages. Then are many cuttomt that come down from the dark ages-eating for one.-St. Louis Globe-Democrat The parson is right, nevonheluaa. And the custom ^ai. thrived in the dark ever since, remarks the Ottawa Citizen.  THIRTY OBATMB IN  EDMONTON ; This it the largeat number yet ' � on any on a day and makes a to- I  tal of 179.  Fines have been Imposed by the \ Council of Defence In South Dakota I for breaches of the ban on the speak- j ing of German. I Percy Balcom, employed at the KcovBe Shipbuilding yard. Detroit,', Mich., made a new record for rivet driving with 1,070 in seven houra. Andrew Klvtns, regarded as the virtual father of the flrat Canadian astronomical society, died recently at Toronto. Merrick L'dgero, aged fourteen, son of Eugene Edgert, of Morton, near Brockvitle, met hit death by falling front a tree. Sir. W. A. Robinson, ol the Can-nington Gleaner, announces himself a aasdidate for the Unionist nomination in North Ontario. David ingles, a young married man with a young child, met sudden death near Burgesaville, Ont.. wheu in some unknown manner his car turned turtle, pinning htm to the ground. A. K. Chard, manager of the Union Bank at Rruderhelm, Alt*., died after being inoculated with antlinfluenia serum. His home wat in Stirling, Ont. f With the Great West liite Insurance company taking |S,0�O,0BO in Victory loans, the total tubtcrlptlons to the end of the business dar amounted to about $15,000,000 for Manitoba. A large number of the emoloyees of ;