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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - November 8, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 8.1918 rm tT:7 mnmr.E daily �!i':nAi,n PAGE FIVfi > London, Nov. 8.-Serbian troops , have croMed the Danube into i-lun> ' gary, where they have been re 'No orders, affecting the draft, have been issued." The Day's War Summary ,^ (By the Associated PrssS) Oermiini^ armistice plenipotentiaries, haTlng" onterod the French linee under a white flag Istst night, met Marshaf Foch at 9.00 o'clock, French time, Friday morning. Prom him, they wll] receive the armistice terms of the allies and the United States.. The historic meeting occurred in a little village, In the department of the'Al9ne. - Germany will be given 72 hours in which.^to-reply to llie terms presented by Marshal Pooh. It in declared there will be no; cessation of hostilities. The German delegates will not be permitted to haggle, they must accept or go on fighting. ALLIES MAINTAIN PRESSURE BriWsh, French and American ti'oops mantaln the pressure which has driven the enemy from many square miles of territory in the past week. In the north, the. BrillBh aro moving on Maubeugo ftnd Mons and are less than three miles from Maubeugo. . While the Americans command the situation at Sedan, although they apparently do not hold the entire city, the French are pressing on toward Mezieres and have occupied Singly, less than elifht .'miles to thfe south. Elsewhere on their front, the French armies con^lnUjft; the rapid advance of th0lar':i�ai'� Stefanssen's exploration ship 'nd# afc St. Michael, Alaska, will cost jfron* 15000 to 18000 to repair in order to irs-m.ove the effects of the,damage .sus' tained at Barter Island last Ju^e^fic� cording to her captain, J. R. Hidliyr who, with nine men, arrlret yestiili'dAy to report fo the navy depSrinieht� ' $500,000,000 for the Victory Loan. A FREE BOl Here's a chauee to prove to yobr own aatliifactiba, and at onres:pensa,thatZam-Bok ' dodt end pain and ,;heal Sores and sklajdlsesses. Mall- this adrertise-me^trand.lc stamp ({or.,rstnrn postage) to Zam-ftuk CO.. DuiMat St.. ..Toronto, and we wjlll sead >�o frco box; NO DOUBT ABOUT IT Petroit, Mich., Nov, 8.-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, accor,ding to virtually compjete unofficial returns. miBUFJiTHmmr. WARMLY wIlc'OMED S>alonlki, Nov. 6.-Gen. Danglls, the commander-in-chief of the Greek, army, returned to his head-.quarters here today from an ln> spectlon trip through the sections of eastern IMacedcfnia recently'liberated from the Bulgarians. He was greeted jpnthusiaattcally by the popi|lation8 of Seres, i Drama and Kavata.  After reviewing the Greek troops in thereglon-of llpmeria, Gen. Danglls congratulatel them upon their' bravery shown in, recent operations. KILLED AT CELEBRATtON ' New York, Nov. 8.-Mrs. Louise Thompson, widow of Howard N. Thompson, one time correspondent of the Assooiated 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 uiider a trolley ear. The driver of the^ motor ear Was ar-reated charged with homicide. Germans Send Courier to Kaiser WiUielm at Spa �_ _ , ^ BERLIN, Nov. 8.-At allied generial headquarters Friday morning the German plenlpoteqtiaries, 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 message 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 meefsage of the German delegates reads: "From the German plenipotentiaries for an armistice 4o the imperial ch.incellor and the German high conAmand,: Friday morning, at allied general headquarters the German plenipoten'tlaries 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 cor\,o(usion and provisionni suspension of hostilities was rejected by Marshal Fbch. t "A Gerrfian courier bearing the text of the conditions of the armistice has been sent to Spa, no other means of communication being practicable. "Please acknowledge receipt and send back co.urie/ as soon as possible with your latest instructions. Sending of fresh lielegates is hot necessary for the moment.'; , WIIl DELAY MATTERS ' PARIS, Nov. 8.-The Journey ^pf the German courier to Spa and return will require far more time than the dibtanees indicate, because of the difficulties of the roads under present condl^tlons. Therefore, the receipt of the German reply is'Tlkely to be delayed a number of hours beyond the time possible under normal conditions."** � it DELEGATES HAVE FULL POWERS Washington, Noy. 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 request from the Geriiian \ armistice delegates for an immediate suspension of hostilities and that the 72 hours in which the Germans must answer the al-.Jied terms delivered them began at 11 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 farlB, Nov. 8V(4.12 p.m.)- Stress is laid by the Temps on the presence of Emperor William at Spa, where the terms of the armistice are being examined by yihe Germans. COMING OF COURIER, , London, Nov. 8.-(5:45 p.m.)r^ The FreWh wireless service has glven^out ?. dispatch sent by Gen. Wihterfeld, of the German armistice delegation, to the German hifih command, announcing that'a courier; Capt. Helldorff, will cross the . lines between six o'ctock and eight o'clock tonight and that the French command has taken meatures for safety. Concerned Over Celebration Berlin and then; would be giyen 72 hours in which to reply if they .required a, decision from Berlin. Anxiety aniouji officials of the government, today over, the renewal of wild premature peace demonstrations started yesterday by the false report of the slgniug of an annistice a'lmost equalled interest in the outcome of the conference. Everywhere it is believed that the Germans are beaten and that their surrender cannpt lloug be delayed. Word that tlie drastic conditions under which the allied aidvance may stop have been .accepted is awaited with calm confidence, .^ut it is real ized that prema!ture celebrations in Which lives already haVe been lost apd property destroyed, inay'create a grave situation, resulting in material Interruption of the^ industrial and busirie.ss activities, i President Wilson himself has taken cognizance of the danger and at his airebtton Secretary Lansing issued an official statement denying persistent -'statements that news was being withheld and promising an annpuncement ae soon as the government received information that an armistice liad been signed. PRICE OF RAW COTTON. Ins I e \gainst Spani^&ii Inflnenza Our policy ^orers all sickneBS. Pays weekly indemnity. Makes provision for hospital eipenses. itt^is the most liberal policy you can buy. A "Mlhimax" beats all others. 125.00 Weekhr for All , Sickness ? Select and Preferred Classes , 124.00 pel- year with a 10% Bonus: GUARDIAN INSURANCE M OF CANADA tkl\ pblloles guaranteed by Guardian Assurance Co., of London, Eng. W. A. LEVITT, AGENT Room 8, Stafford Blocit -Phones 617-B18  GI\/e INDUSTRY A CHANCE. Washington, ^)^v. 8.-Chairman, Barusch, of the war Industriels board,' authorised the statement tonight^ that the eeming of peace will no't result in immediate cancellation of war supply contracts, but the war contracts will be cancelled gradually' as requirements are reduced, making it possible to lift curtailments and restrictions upon ordinary industrial adtlvi-tles. A 8. crop report AVaslungton. Nov. 8.-j-Qctober weather conditions reauited in an increase of 30,000,000 bushels in the country's crop of corn. The department of agriculture's November crop report today placed the preliminary eBtimate of production at 2,749,198^,000 bushels. While the crop is smaller in size than last year's, its food ^alue is materially greStei' because the* quality thiis year is more ^an 10 points higher. With a wheat crop ot about 919,000,-000 bushels, Which' is some 100,000.000 more than the average^ of tho last five years, and ^IBrge crops of buckwheat, rye;,vice, boftns, potatoes, onions and cabbage, the country's food crops tbip year Have been bountiful. ^ > 'The crop.of tobacco ifr a record one by 70,00.0,000 pounds, being 1,266,686,-000 pounds.this year. Washington, Nov. 8.-Fixing of prices, of raw cotton Is unnecessary and j impracticable. President- Wilson -will I be. told by the. cotton Investigttirig, Washingt(in, N'ov. 8,-The American : committee of flie war Industries government was notified just before ' board. , This announcement was made noon today that Marshal Foch had re- j*y Dr. Thonjas W. Page, chairman of celved the German delegates seeking the committee, armtstlce terms behitfd the French The committee's oonciuslons. Dr. lines at 9 o'clock this morning, Paris ,' Page said, was based on the fact that time. * ' I there Is no prospective shortage of In announcing that the conference, ^ cotton and the belief that tlie cotton which may "End the war, had begun,'i distribution eomi^ilttee' can secure a Ihe^ state department disclosed that Lproportionate marketing of the lower the German envoys, after reading the fas well as the higher grades^^f cotton surrender terms handed them, would' more effectively-byf other methods, be allowed a brief time ta;^considej^j Continuance of the wortc of this.com whether 4;hey must communicate With ; hiittee is recommended.' * Stomach on Strike? Hefe's Relief! No Indigestion, Gas or Mrs. Arch H^yps;-daughter of Rev. Leonard Her, of Rid^etown, Out., died at Medicine Hiit [Upset stomachs feel line, iAIl intligestlori; gases', sourness, , heartburn, -brash or acidity goes ' instantly. No waiting! Quicke~st stomach relief known. Just as soon as Tape's Diapepsiji i-e^aches yodr sick, unsettled stomach all stomach misery stops. Costs little-All druggists. \. Stomach suffering. :i|f3)ee^Iess. Ropers P^^ia;mSgr^ And / used to laugh when ^they told me it was possible to eqfoy ^ fihonograph. But the New Edison 18 actually amannge As the great gems of Music flow^fbrth (irpm its grille somehow you forget it is an cri-strtimeni that is beside you. You seeipyto feiel tLe living piresence of the great musical artists of to-day. f^l Talking machines may fmifafe Music. Only the New Edison''/^e-Creafes''Music. And so |>erfectly that no human efir can distinguish a^ shade of difference between 'tli(B living artist's voice and the New Edison's '^Re-Creation''of it. Only fAif is Music that really satisfies. Hear the New Ediaon yourself. It is truly i marrelous in-vention. No needles to change.' Plays all makes of records. EiSfSl'terms can be arranged. � . ' ' / " '' �� � Assiniboia Music Co., Ltd. Dtoalers The Phonograph with a Soul" 62607169 93 ;