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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - November 8, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta FRIDAY, gOVEMBEB 8,1918 nrr. t.K" mmnr.f. daily -vim^i.h E NG TIME Peps will give you relief.' Simply dissolve a l'eps tablet In your mouth. Your breath carries the medicinal Pine vapor, which ' la released, to all parti of the throat, nasal and air passnges, where a liquid medicine could not poaiibly reach. This vapor de. �troya all germs with which It comes in contact, soothes and heals the inflamed membrane* and fortifies you against coughs, colds, sore throat, bronchitis and grippe. Peps contain absolutely no harm, ful drugs and are therefore tha safest remedy for children. mtl TRIAL cut out this V*9Ba� �BMasjasw article, write �cross It tha) name and date of this paper, and'tnail it (with 1c. stamp to pay return postage) to Peps Co., Toronto. A free trial packet will then be sent you. All drug, gistatand stores sell Peps, Peps mtmmitGim Insi c \gainst Spani&.i Influenza Our policy covers all nlcknoRH. Pays waokly indemnity. Makes provision for hospital o*|i p.m.) - (Uy llie Associated Press)- The American front continued inactive this afternoon ro far as the Infantry was concerned and the enumy was tnkitiK ad-vantnKo of the lull to remove as muny of his units and pieces of artillery as possible? The. roads leadiiiK eastward from Bediin. Stcnay, I'onfluns and LoiiRiiyon nrp reported by American aviators to lie packed to repletion with camion and various vehicles makiiiK In the direction of Mot/.. The vehicles are laden with everythliiK portable. Tt*> southern portion !' Sedan and the towns of Stenay and Mou/.'Jn are reported on lire. The artillery fire on both side*; continues fairly active and an American division east of the Mciise. reports a Kns ahd IiIrIi explosive bombardment of miutitin! Intensity. The relative positions of the forces remained unchaiiKed. IN MISERY , FOB YEARS Mrs. Courtney Tells How She Was Cured by Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound. Oskaloosa, lows.-" For years I t�ss simply in misery from a weakness and awful pnins-and nothing seemed to do me any Rood. A friend advised mo to take Lydia E. I'inl.-linm's Vers-tahU* Compound. 1 did so and cot relief richt away. I can certainly recommend this valuable mcdicin. to otlier woman who suffer, for it has done such rood work for tne �nd I know it will hel� others if thoy will give it * fair trial. -Mrs. Lizzik Courtney, 108 8th Avo., West, Oskaloosa, lows. Why will women draft along from dsy to day, year in and year out, suffering such misery as did Mrs. Courtney, when such letters as this are continually bsine Fublished. Every woman who suffers rem displacements, irregularities, inflammation, Ulceration, backache, nervousness, or who is passing throu(jli/th� Change of Life should give this famous > Mot and herb remedy, Lydia E. Pink-^1 ham's Vegetable Compound, a trial. For special advice write Lydia, E. Pinkham Medicine Co., Lynn, Mass. Tlio result f its losgexperieaca is st your service. PAGE FIVE (By the Associated Press) Germany's arrulstici) plenipotentiaries, having'entered the French line* under ii white flat; liist nlKht, met Marshal Foch at it .on o'clock, French time, Friday morning. From him they will receive the �rmi"tlc�: terms of tho allies and the l.'nlted States. The historic meeting ii.-.-iirri>il in iv little vllliif,,! 111 the ile.pni-tineiil. of the Alsne. Oermiiiiy will he kIvcii 72 hours in which to reply to ihe terms presented by Marshal Koch. It Is deelnred there will be no cessation of hcisUlltlos. The German delpKiife.s nil) not bo yerinittetl to haggle, they must. ai'ee),t Kll on fighting. ALLIES MAINTAIN PRESSURE tirlt'lsh. French and American troops mnnlaln the pn-hPtire which line driven the enemy from many square miles of territory in the past week, fn the north, the llrllish are moving on Miiuheitgo and Mons and ,ire less than three miles from .\Iaul>eii;;e. While the Americans ''''�'"'i' -"):iiii\- .-uid buni-ed a storehouse owned by the '.-'treiinr-and McKay Company. cni..i>iui:ig \� yacllt-'. The property loe: �-;|.: J.'.H'i,. Out), KhiUi-, Nov. S.- I'pon assuiiiiiig his I'uneiloiis a." governor of Trieste, Ceil. I'eftlti has addressed a prne.liiinutlou lu Die people thanking I hem for the reception given him and giving assurance that everything will he done to re � tore the normal life of the city, yesterday afternoon representatives ] of all 'In' town:-' ami villages in ("trial ' iii"t .it the governor's residence. I j The grcHtesi mil huHiiiHiu over ihe! . ihange in conditions is being shown by , the jnbiib'tunts 'if Mria and Piilmn-I 1 i a ! Ii: tic hooiy i apiure.l by the Ital-i i v .-re r/.i'.road cars and Inn' Incr.motive:'. Pr'itiiie;- Orlando i 'a hni'". f.)ur:!lS'. tile OCell I'.ill on of this i-oiin'ry. Austrian reijul-i ritions wei" never 11tiliI for und depots- I ll's in buni'.' were sent to Vienna b\ order of tiie Austrian governmenl I | Nov '. ijie date of the liberation of] Trent and Trie-.te. haJ been proclaiui ; I ed a ni'tioniil hfdiday. 1 POLAR BEAR DAMAGES. Vlttorls, Nov. 8.-The Polar Bear, Htefatifiscn's exploration ship no* st St. Michael, Alaska, will cost from $:>000 to $6000 to repair In order to rs-' move tha effecf.H of the damage sr.a� j tnined ai Ilsrter Island last June, ac i cording to her captain. .1. R. Hatitey, who. with nine men, arrive* yesterday to report, fn the navy department. A FREE BOX Here's a chaace to prove to your own satisfaction, and at ourexpens*,thstZam> Bnk doss end psin and heal sores and skin dlsesses. Mall this advertise* tnent and lc stamp f for return postage) ts> /im-Buk Co.. Daipont St.. Toronto, and we will send you free box. BULLETINS NOT SLACKENING EFFORT Washington, Nov. 8.-Secretary of War Baker today reiterated his statement that the war program of the United States had not been retarded In the slightest degree by the international situation. "Not a single contract for supplies or munltons has been cancelled when would not have been cancelled if the armistice negotiations had not been pending." Mr. Baker said. 'No orders, affecting the draft, have been issued." j $.Vin.i,MiM,iie. for the Victory l.onn. ftMBUK GREEKS FORCIBLY DRAFTED-Salonlki, Nov. 6.-Among the prisoners captured from the Bulgarians by the ailed armies in the recent offensive were a great number of Greek residents of Thrace and eastern Rumella. They were forcibly drafted into the Bulgarian army. The Greeks regret they did not have an opportunity to fight against the Bulgarians in eastern Macedonia after what they had suffered at the hands of the Bulgarians. They declare they are ready to serve In the Greek army to deliver Thrace from the tyVanny of the Turks. NO DOUBT ABOUT IT Detroit, Mich., ^lov, a.-Lieut.-Commander Truman H. Newberry, Republican, was elected United States senator for Michigan by a margin of more than 9,000 over Henry Ford. Democrat, according to virtually complete unofficial returns. Germans Send Courier to Kaiser Wilhelm at Spa BERLIN, Nov. 8.-At allied general headquarters Friday morning the German plenipotentiaries, according to a French wireless message, received here, received the conditions of the armistice as well as a formal demand that they should be accepted or refused within 72 hours expiring on Monday morning at 11 o'clock. The French wireless mes3igs picked up is from the German delegates to the German imperial chancellor and the German high command. It concludes by asking that an answer be sent back as soon as possible. The message of the German delegates reads: "From the German plen'potentlaries for an armistice to the imperial chincellor and the German high command: Friday morning, at allied general headquarters the German plenipotentiaries received the terms of an armistice as well as formal demands that they be accepted or refused within 72 hours expiring Monday morning at 11 o'clock, French time. "The German proposal for an immediate conclusion and provisionnl suspension of hostilities was rejected by Marshal Foch. "A German courier bearing the text of the conditions of the armistice has been sent to Spa, no other means of communication being practlcible. "Please acknowledge receipt and send back courier as soon as possible with your latest Instructions. Sending of fresh delegates is not necessary for the moment." , WILL DELAY MATTERS PARIS, Nov. 8-The journey ,pf the German courier to Spa and return will require far more time than the distances ind'cite, because of the difficulties of the roads under present conditions. Therefore, the receipt of the German reply is nkely to be delayed a number of hours beyond the time possible under normal conditions. WARMLY WELCOMED Salonikl, Nov. 6.-Gen. Danglis, the commander-in-chief of the Greek army, returned to his headquarters here today from an Inspection trip through the sections of eastern Macedonia recently liberated from the Bulgarians. He was greeted enthusiastically by the populations of Seres, . Drama and Kavata. " After reviewing the Greek troops in the region of Rfcmerls, Gen. Danglls congratulates them upon their bravery shown in recent operations. KILLED AT CELEBRATION New York, Nov. >-Mrs. Louise Thompson, widow of Howard N. Thompson, one time correspondent of the Associated Press at Paris and Petrograd, and her daughter, Margaret, 10 years old, were killed last night at the height of the celebration In Yonk-ers, over the false reports, when an automobile struck and hurled them under a trolley car. The driver of thev motor car was arrested chsrgtd with homicide. GlVE INDUSTRY A CHANCE. Washington, Nov. 8,-Chairman Barusch, of the wsr Industrie); board, authorised the statement tonight that the coming of peace will not result In immediate cancellation of war supply contracts, but the war contracts will be can-called gradually as requirements are reduced, making it possible to lift curtailments and restrictions upon ordinary industrial activities. ^ DELEGATES HAVE FULL POWERS Washington, Nov. 8-Secretary of State Lansing announced late this evening he had been advised Marshal Foch had reported to Paris at 10.15 this morning, Paris time, that he had rejected a formal requeBt from the German v armistice delegates for an immediate suspension of hostilities and that the 72 hours In which the Germans must answer the allied terms delivered them began at II a.m., Paris time. Marshal Foch reported that, the German plenipoteniaries arrived at his headquarters with full powers from the chancellor. KAISER IS AT SPA f'arls, Nov. 8V business activities. .President Wilson' himself has taken .cognizance of the1 dunKcr and at his direction Secretary Lansing Issued an oluciul smtemcut denying persistant statements that news was being withhold and promis-inK an anno'inccmenl as soon us ihe j government received Information thai  an armistice had been signed. PRICE OF RAW COTTON. WashinBton, Nov. 8.-KixiiiK of prices of raw cotton (s uuiiocessarv ami i Impracticable, President Wilson will | be. told by the cotton inviistinatinK � committee of (he war Industrie U. S. CROP REPORT --- # Washington. Nov. 8,-|-Oe.tober weather conditions resulted In un increase of ao.OOO.OOO bushels in tho country's crop of corn. The department of uk-rleuHuro's November crop report today placed the preliminary estimate of production at 2,749,198,000 bushels. While the crop is smaller in size, than last year's, its food value Is materially sroatev because tha quality this year is more than 10 points higher. With u wheat crop of about 919,000,-000 uushals, which is somo 100,000.000 moro than the averate.ol the last live years, and large crops ot buckwheat, rye, rice, beans, potatoes, onions and cabbage, tha country's food crops tlilr year have been bountiful. 1 The crop of tobacco Ik a. record one by 70,000,000 pounds, being 1,^66,686,-000 pounds thiH year. Mrs. Arch Hayes, daughter of Itov. Loouard Her, of liidgetown, Out., died at Medicine list Stomach on Strike? Here's Relief! No Indigestion, Gas or Sourness Ups'el stomachs feel lute. [All indigestion, gases, sourness, heartburn, brash or acidity yoes instantly. No waiting! Quickest stomach relief known. Just as rooii as Papc's Diapepsiit reaches your sick, unsettled stomach all stomach misery stops. > Costs little-All druggists. Stomach suffering is needless. Rape's Diipejwln SWM UPSCT,, M---l-Ji.n,!^_____I MAWft RAPPOLD Ssarana / Me MttrtfH- And / used to laugh when they told me it was possible to enjoy a Phonograph. But the New Edison is actually amazing. As the great gems of Music flow^forth from its grille somehow you forget it it an instrument that is beside you. You seem to feel ti.e living presence of the great musical artists of to-day. Talking machines may imitate Music. Only the New Edison "Re-Creates" Music* And so perfectly that no human ear can tinguish a shade of difference between the living artist's voice and the New Edison's "Re-Creation" of it. Only this is Music that really satisfies. Hear the New Edison yourself. It is truly � marvelous invention. No needles to change. Plays all makes of records. Easy terms can be arranged. Assiniboia Music Co., Ltd. DeaUrs L*thbridg� Wu>mW EDISON "The Phonograph with a Soul" , � i 826169 B4D ;