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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - November 7, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta THE LETHBRIDGK DA ALT HF.RALO IECHS MOBOUZE THURSDAY, NOVEMBERS. 1!MS iN! Amsterdam, Nov. 6.- All pi en liable to military service ua to 26 ysnra of age throughout Czechoslovakia have been crtk'd to the colors, according 10 n Prague dispatch to the Wesrr ZeiUing of Bremen. It is said thnt tliis artier includes German Bohemians. Comments in the Czczh press indicate t""t the mo!, iln.ition 's against flr.--tv.,-,n>. Its Affairs t'.i'i-.i'va. Nov. 7 - Am-viran prison] -.-- �"! if C.enuany are bei'a t bmtly tnii--! ,A . , , , rn.i.i. m >]>:!>' of ,.n.ti�'4 ,�f the! Hntain Willing to Allow rranee American Koi 1-,-ns-i T'.io-  a :i\ iui; j or (he l.'nitecl States to Direct :ir tli� prison .'Amps :r l.imin:i ;t. IVirtnrflailt ami Cies-aa ii.iv.' I'l'':' riot']"- stolen ami their li'nt.i r 'plai c.l wooden s.io-o'.s. T'i  lie i i'ro. .�'.!-'� .'nr  ;-i>!inl i::.if .''!� ' i-T.'.    : a I 17. -1>- nl 2,65 12.50 ' 20c . ! i * * 1 * - li i" 1.00 50c nr.- 25c 10c 25c Apples. Wajrers unwrapped and are good quality, per case delivered..........$2.25 Per c.isc 15c 25c Pe- 50c 45c 35c 25c  '.'i.i - ;>. i.il. I'"''' U i> L. plea5e note v. e DON't make asv EXTSY CriARCES for delivering. ol h goods are all op TmE best quality -ycuk MONEY refunded if not satisfied SUPINA & SON quality merchandise l.cenr Np b-ic'1. ::o ''.th st. n cne coon no'itm of n- ; fire hall Buy Victory Bonds! Toronto. Nov. li. Te.ue problem*, | jtho doner union oT (lie KiikIIsIi speak-! i iiiR nation- ami llio development of I he J . Ilritixh Umpire was dis.-usseil in a I .notable aiMiv--. delivered la*! Ilipht j , at rmnni .iiii'ii il.ill. l'nlversity of i ' Tiiin'.iiii. l>y l.oj-il �'harflv, oml. ill" I !':ri li -i,i-!-"man ami au'hor >(.>!� of the dream of a foil i inil "i i',i'.;n'ri,tl parliaup lit to man-1 a;;-- tno a'"' iir- o- fin- British Umpire ; and oaiiiiioil si>uu" di'i'ioultie-. which in .->-; i:.i- ii'7-na:of a pallia- :i-n' I to i-i'i-.ti-Jiiloil tin- r.mpiro Ita.l  io' alone v.-ry �ol! ihinni; tip.- u.'r >. '"".i'i! -iii a an ir.�'i'iition ' (in- i-xp-tk-ni'i of woi'kiitt; in^rili-r .),t ...lii-:.u torily. ' '  ; \i :. ' ii,'1 \\ i" shall .olii' t !p'*o prnli- i ':i:� Hi'' i:stifion lo.n.iiiis wit'a n~ '.) �t tii'-y -hall �.,. -oivi -1 in ��> richt , Imrir.K :!' t .�i;r--- of a -t f.-|-.'i;�'i> to: ~-'jio: anna In- .:ai.J lint (Jr.'i' I'.ri : 'aiii � - liil ini:i I .f noii'.i' r iti.iliii tuition, -.ua a- i-'r,i:�i-. affair; ol Hi 11 i ouii v. off aaiiil-' M" aWo -tat. il that ; �;'�! l-.iv-' to ho .. ANXIOUS 10 GEI IF T OF IHE CONVOYS I 1. If Hie pooplo of a , miuiu'ipality wish to raise monoy for any now work tlicy w\w\ npply to tho iirovlncial k�v-crnmpiit. Thoy roooivc tliclr charter (rum th� j)i'('Viuclnl govorumont and must npply to tho xnmi'. for any iimoiiilinuiits. If tlioy want to borrow monoy (hoy nnist first sot iinrmispiou from tho. Alliortu i;�vuri\mvni. Thn minister of odnoation and deputy minister look afler all I lie affairs of llie srhools. Tlio course of studios is made inn by (lie department of education and must lie. followed. They control Hie standard of 'education. ( The provincial Koverninent i;rants financial aid to the school districts Teachers must have certain ,iv -y-t.-m I. - - ! hi � i-,i -ons    :i hroiii: ,t in ly ti'Pl t!o- fo..,| mil :: ite. 1" p.-r 1:1 iiilinh.-r. : v\|�i. 'i .:.!> :olll;.ii:.' wa- Jt.-t in'.--! Slat .1 tip ! fr With t'ue Allied Arr.ii'-.- in Kranee il Helqiuni. Tltc-diiy N"V. -illy Assneiateil i'res-.i Kiclitit'.i: yes. lay (eiitred arniuin th>- walled' n o" i.c tiip,Juoy ati'l in ati'l .ilmiK ' i;r>'ai .Mon.'ial i"o;-. -p .-Tonffiiold ) in. enemy. I'arl;. n '' >� 'lay the I n.-itish pushed tr.elr li; forward on  it||.*r -iiie of l.e t:-p' ik'v aii'l il was p'.an.lv n that il - ;..!! was only a Hi.it'"" hi 1 few I'.oui ill order to moid li^'atir,'; ill the p'.aie. th.- llrill -It. the fore-. ii"'>:i. -cot an .ilrjilau � ti.e --att" to the I d.'f. r.dei- reiii.itliiiii'. "fit siit'iender. Tht> lriess;ii;e \>,�, iituoreil and tile I'.ttie i lu'iliuii .'!. J lli.i' i no e.ipi us � .1 i'i mi.in uffl- - i'l-. .O i .llip.iPied l,v N''W Ze;|- iiil . .i|i|�ulation. hut i.e iMit.-mi p In-' : \f � -r that th.e fl a :;iiu'i! "ii'.v of troops tow si and !i- i on. leaving fi.eir !::u \'iie|t iiiKhtfall r.ernai. .. : � iIi.-.hk the ln-lp f their  i'i;. t.'iii. iirrets.lcr- .: ' >�� if - t le . 'p ll." w ere oil.-r .. WW.li '!. '.eoth'mr. s M'lt. l-l:i; Ah' �U li." ^......____________....._______s~~~~~ 1 ti their ,r!v.i:i> Tile ''"Hilt Mi td 'i.- r.r-ii-h ill -pit.- of � '.  tlini; tlo- I j.!'. thi.until ' tl� ' 'Ul'.i.'ll.e-l I tl- Al K hoys on the battlefield he^in when the huj^le calls, and rhey (jiiir when God calls-and NOT before! True patriotism knows no limit of "service"-the service to fight for the ground on which our .cradle stood! The time* has come that demand*, of us all to help finance this service, this great undertaking of our HHROl'S at the 1-ront! So let us all remen.ber when the Victory Man i-.iiU that what we IM.AN to do always l.KSS than what we CAN do if we realize what wt- MUST do to help conquer i )ra�jon of the Rhine ! PATHE FRERES PHONOGRAPH CO. of Canada, Limited .1/iiierf of Canada\- First and J-orrwoft Phonograph 4-6^ Clifford St. TORONTO, Ont. m r ii ril .li.si and j hind 'vhlra - Tl;ls advar.t ny the ;ue-itiiir. ft iiut. Willi ll off. !' tiririKliK ill' pnu'ool! - \,. to the 111'..' Hi II' P' III'.' Bi'.vatii  ii. Tile !"�!; .-ril -i.e i.' ' .�oii-ilit'-rahe-�.p Cdpilll." iliii town a ; got -"Hie pi ;' 1 (if tile forest U.i->'.(hi'lil. tie- i.riti-h ai - iu rt.ss tin- canal j Enemy Resistance Weakened. I A-: iii.' da> "up' up tile i'lii'lliy re-i ii-'.ai)i '� ue.il.. -a.-,i aionu the \lonnal ;ture-i! -el to!" 11., tieriuaii.- had rtot ; Xp;ctei; an at.'.o I. oil -Hill a Iiik scale ' and weie put l.ieiuired to wilhstaitd it [ The fiti'i.':!;- il - f'i�! of Viileniieii-j Hi s was lio' v> Klli-lliy forces lie- t-fan on Sui-.'i.i. liifthi to withdraw toward the Ai.ia- !e river uml tin- itritish troops pushed fo; ward rapidly over jibe li'in ii iti d t.-rrltory. South, of iltomh.t-, ..o>�eV,.|, (Jermnn machiiie ! Ktinner-, r.,( -troiiKly. especially laliosit the Jt'^li r-round eai-' of Se-lM.urp. whe'e !..,. itriii.-li gu:iie ill le  i  tlii: \ all l.cfeiitlfi j'tor ;,!ii di-.sperati! conill- ! ti.f.'i '.:i ml . sopHi of ihns.0 I enemy uiiit-. lud fallen win unite evj. lient In :!:,- nitli d'vision. for ex-'ample, ih.-i.- �...!, only 211 rifles. One j iiadf-u leL'iin, i.t captured in its :eHli!.-l. v 'I.. , 'loops llld lll'ell .-ell' 'in lor � tieiptei aititfk, which t'ney i-uri-i<-.l .-it :.tel ihi-ji .siirientU-red in a body. One ni'ii-er aas most bitter in }ils deiuiiieiaiim: ..t thi' tleriiiaili), especially (on l.iio.'iidortf, beeause regular army ottie:- i,av�. been held bark from tin- niiiitjnj; lino, while civilian officers have been bent in to lead tho men. lie said: "Ktnperor William will lmvo to go. We will have no more of that breed OH the Uiroiie." The lor.-f ,,r Montial was the scene I of an unii-iial event. A� tl.t! Hritish I advance.!, loo Cermau infantryiiuii \ were ,1-eii fi,-eintf in regular formation j toward lie- east. Captives were 1 mreainiiiK link to the prison cages | today. More t.,an 1;;.ouii firidonerft and u I larKe number of gun* have been count ed by the Kritith iliia mornlne- ftom llic 1'r.ui h tones on the right cumu a nport tiiat oud of tho enemy hail been taken there. NEW ZEALAND AT THE PEACE CONFERENCE Wellington, N.Z.. Nov. 7.-It Indefinitely understood that New Zealand will he repreiented at the DRace conference and that her ministers are momentarily fjipMt* lao mm �ra�nt cai4 These marks on Rubber Footwear distinguish a Dominion Rubber System Product lull (MERCHANTS RUBBERS", iCRcTArtTal LEAFl lia**| Modern Efficiency Says: Rubbe and Keep Fit Get them NOW-so you'll be ready for bad weather. A sick man, or a sick woman, slows up the whole machinery of business. If a man. his work is neglected. If a woman, her household is disarranged and the bread-winner of the family made less efficient by worry. If a child, the progress in school is retarded -sometimes the whole school year lost-because of some serious illness which might have been prevented had Rubbers been worn. Let's all stay well this winter, by wearing rubbers. Let's avoid the epidemics of colds, sore throats, grippe, pneumonia that upset business and homes in previous years. The cosl of rubbers is so reasonable compared with other needs, that you can well afford to buy more than one pair. These sue brands of reliable rubbers- "Jacques Cartier" "Merchants" 'Maple Leaf" "Granbyw "Dominion" "Daisy" --enable you to obtain from the leading shoe stores a^slyle and shape for every shoe for men, women and children. A$k for thete brands-they give the beat wear. 16 DOMINION RUBBER 101 ;