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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - November 7, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 7, 19t8 MGE FIVE esses; with the American Army on the Sedan Front, Nov. 7.-Since Nov. 1, the Americans have taken 6,000 prieoniers. They have freed all French territory within the �ne of the iLrmi^* action weat of the Meuae to a totanbasaies were without any In., formation indicating that an ar-.^jt^^f with- Germany had � beeri' PROMOTED DIAZ. 'Rome, Nov. 7.-King Victor Emmanuel^.'has promoted General Diaz to thii^'.full rank of general and Vice-A^nliral Palo Thian De-raval, formisr chlef�of the naval staff of Italy, to the rank of Ad> miral. , CHAOS IN AUSTRIA Berne, Nov. 7.-Complete chaos prevails In Austria, according to travellers returning here from . that country. All the railroad vtU lages An the TS'rol are flooded with the returning armies in full' disorders. In the villages the demoralized troops who are breadr. less are pturtdering and requisitioning supplies. SOON ser foch. Paris, Nov... 7.r-(4,45 p.m.)- The Temps says that the German 'delegation "charged to conclude an armistice and to open negotlat-Ions," according to yekterday's of-ficlal .Berlin note, must have ar> rived at the front and must soon present themselves at Marshal Foch'a headquarters^. PROTEST TO GERMrANY. Washington, Nov.' 7.-Secretary of State Lansing madt- public today a message to the German public through the ^wiss minister, protesting against the reported Intention of German authorities in Belgium to destroy co DO ORDERS LAPSE , AT END OF WAR? Department of Juatle� Is. Now Considering War Meaaures Act's, Effect ' Ottawa, Nov. 1.-The possibility of the war coming to an end in the near future is beglnhlrig to cause some apprehension- &U to the constitutionality of various orders in Council and regulatiphs issued under the War Measures ,Act. If the contention of some is justified, it will be necessary to seek additional "legielation at the next, session of Parliament. >^ ' During the war there Is no question but that the Go\gmment has had the right to take the various measures already being enforced, but it is claimed that the right will cease With the end ot the war. In the case ot the order in Council tor-bidding the manufacture, importation and transportation of intoxicating liquors during thfe war and twelve moijl-hs afterwards tUere is the most/ controversy. . , / , . The clafm is made tliat^the abltng act, the War" Measures will c0�Be with the end of the ancV 'that therefore the order Council will cease to be effective. The Depai-tinent ot Justice is giving the matter' sonious. consideration now. ' en- ' Act, war, in Jtlp Do Not Worry II You iGfef Sugar Y^u do not have to forego sweet things because of the preseM shortage of sugar. Corn Syrup is available, and for years has available, as a t>erfect alternative for sugar for cooking, rgs aftjpreserves, in t^e making of desserts, and on cereals. ^ le didn't recognize this fact while sugar was cheap and plentiful^ 1 Now they are hailing the discoviery with delighted surprise. > Buy Crown Brand or Lily White Corn Syrup from your grocer. They are wholesome, delicious and nourishing-true products of the Corn-and, you will(soon find, most economical, too. CORN SYRUP And the use of Corn Syrup instead of Sugar is a War-Service to-day I The carrying of ra^iv sugar on the ocean has meant a huge loss of life and tonnage. It takes ships that are sorely needed to carry troops and supplies. " Corn is grown j)n this continent and the'syrup is manufactured right here in Canada. Write to the Canada Food Board, Ottawa, for a booklet of recipes in which Corn Syrup takes the place of ur \ The authorities heartily api:.., e of this movement to conserve Sugar.  . Sold by Grocers everywhere in 2, S, 10 and 20 lb, tins. THE (mDlMti^^ MONTREAL ;