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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - November 9, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE FOURTEEN THE LK""HBR1DGE DAluY liKHALB SATURDAY, XOVKMRKR 0, Wis l.fc ALLIED TROOPS AT SAREJOVA Occupy the City Where the Archduke Franz Ferdinand Wu AsMMiaated vanct north of the Danube and the Save, the Serbians entered Moldavia, Bafclas. Kubin, Penoiova. Semlln. Klenak and Mitrovitxa, according to a Serbian official statement received here. The provision*) government at Sarajeva, Bosnia, which has invited the Serbian tr**o� t6 come to its assistance, ths atatement adds, it. headed .by Atanaslgne Chola. The Serbians a** now on their way tc Sarajevo. GOVERNMENT HAS A CRIPPLE FOR ITS OWN TROUBLES I THREE YEARS Helpless la B�d With Rheumatism Until Ha T��k "FRUlT-A-TrVES". Salanlkl, Nav. t-A!!i� i*. Kimt. TbaMStia' *ill * IwM tK���afc�m Cnt4a m Ml..,: mCTICAU-BUr ar )�!*, r�M>aaa I* UtJmj.) TMieanriCAU-anaaaW to �ss(, ItU sad ia Apr*, Tb� Cmm -i Misiii .it r�n4 �aasft> *if* �� aVaabnkia. mftlLit �,,rtr m > �a*�_ri�> Mia M i>fw *r winr *1 tfct Cat)�t *f*Ati. imciwsi *t music. T>.� �:u�n r^uilBd hr anftwiT. SvtUSici ta4 afl *tli*r at ValMC MVU, tm*ml t~r*.,r * T7T R*a*r Svatt, MORTUAL Washington. Nov, ft-Food Administrator Hoover will leave -oou for Rtivope to direct preparation lor feed-ins the people of redeemed northern France and lleigium and aiding in the task of preventing s-tsirvarimi in Austria. Bulgaria and Turkey. Mr. Hoover, it. i� understood, will not relingui�h his position food ail-nitnictrator. although liis lUtentii'ii will be i devote,l almost entirely !o workiiift mil the food problems 01 Knrope along ilie followed b> tii- BelBinn ml lot enmtnlssion o: \tlildi l.o lif for **ontHjj Europe, incluilins Seibr.t. I.iiniiinlu ^nd Montenemo. BREAKS OFF RELATIONS Berne. Nov. 9.-The Swiss federal council has decided to break off all relations with the Russian Soviet mission. The members of the Russian delegations have been asked by the government to leave Switzerland because of their par-ticipition in revolutionary propaganda. point,'il Tattorson. a well-to-ilo retired farmir. tiieU in S*. Marys. Mother! Look at his Tongue! Give Him a Cascaret-Quick 1 Won't eat.' Don't >a>!J! S-.'-e :! \ ju-^:.t K ,�. \r,\r, breath ic\ erish, stomach sfat. TO MOTftfiRS! Nothing else "works" the i.asly bile, the - ..r fermentations aed constipation poison so gently t\.t >-> thyroj.vjhiy lie,little stonajch, liver and bowels like harmless Cascarets. Wlu.e hii^rea usually fiaht against laxatives and cathartics, they gladly eat a andy Cascatet. Cascarets never gripe the bowels, never sicken. I-jj* e.y cer.t b->.\ of C-i^carets contains directions ioi Jo�e tor childrtn ajjed tie year old and upwards. out of Seven American Housewives r t I now uaj; \fhat are known as combination or double-telini baking powders. This style of baking powder hat two actions. It acts first when cold water or ir.ilk i$ added in the mixing bowl, its second action requires the heat of the oven. Thia strong, double leavening power ia what is needed for the hiavy ivar flours and vher-t flour substitutes. EGGO Bilking Powder in a pure, strong, JaubU-actini baking powder that Canadian housewives are finding just right for war-time baking. It bakes light, easily-digested, deTiciouily flavored bread, cakes and tea biacuits. If you are having trouble with your baking, try Egg-O instead of the ordinary baking powders. You'll be delighted with the results. Egf 0 Bakiaf Powder Co. liMta* Haailtaa, Caaa4a �GG-0 ,mi. rep. te MHtifv tiie wnrnint; tlii:: de- ' partment has daily Kiven. th.i! it sb"iiM not in* -iolit out to the publie tlni" 'lie inltlien/R Is nliatinc iiei-ail-e , it moif eiiiphatieally i-i nut. The report over tiie plnni" from >eores of lot.ilitie-i -hows far more iombisively :'liau th" reported number.-, that v.e 'are Mi!'. Roiiu: tip the ini iiu-. Some of th' tno'-foib.-.v-: 1 Itelleiue and .lUtiiet. 'inn and di*tri,:. ^J: r.ilirary l.e:lilu-id�;e distrlet. j1: Nemi-i Heii.-Iiff. it: Hetlaw. :. whom �'�' ; sept over to Myrnam. wi'.i'h i-^ aw.i\* ! of Mannville. re[.o::s ?i\ty | eased in that Ineulfty. Mask Order ! Tiii- ii"P.irtmenf j.4 havitu .lii!:'ts as we Rot them. I The pue'.l" oneh! to have the flirts .14 we know th"nt. boinuse the publie  liKVe a rlSllt. to ff,i> et !!ie pub'.i" otl'.r-ials of the provir.i-e. and all other publie oilk'.iW. to -tat" the situation . >jriy to thf m. Tiie mask rt>Kulii?l�n. "O Ions it !- a reguln!ioii, is law in this land oviKht to be enfori ed. rmlt-r reKula-. tion It every lo..U board ap|x�lnt as many exe.-Utve ofiliers lis it  hooios. aDd run make additional �p-pointniPitts In a of this kind, and ih.Mi ton .'7 of the a.t -ay-": "Any person who nepbets or te fdiei to obey any order Kiveu to liliv. by any ex>�-�ttve �ifHee�. in pin ri>Vi�ion m the Kdmonton bo.inl !"i > . ilfl,li.*'-:-- de,�Id",I that they will :i�t ! tak" itni �t"p-. and 111" law pl.iees .'he ma, innerv m uieir hands to en-for " the nu�ii regulations Openly Breaking It. Th" head "f thi- depnilno � : aril" ; th�t direi-ily une of Mkei the i'.umrv po-inon th are no: Koine to appoint exettitiv :i,>.-. to ' rlul. tin- peopb* on t';e -treet ' .\iitio(l\ is a:-ku:� them to do , '.ut Ninety nine per 1 "111 of the, l"-opl" a;e ehe�.-r:i!l> obwrvins; the' uu.ik i emulation Some menih offbial, to b" reasonable, to warn trie people *nd not do anythuii-' , arbit.\�r*. but tli of the on.-upants then-(if, t'ubu .ijell ,-s�, uliVe utfieer may or ' del' the OAllel or oei Upief of the- SUld  house to ieimi\M titts inuiutes therein' from, or that wiu ' If tins order was not obeyed. It i.s not , pleasant to make an anuouu, enjent ()f j thU kind, but tii� public- are the people. ' I affected If the doctorVs on 'he Kd ! nioutoii boaid are right, then this de j pai'tuieiil is uvei'-zualou-s., but this . lepaltmelit emphatically sa>s Ut th. people tiiui tiiicjughout ilo whole � province this question is mighty M-r 1 Ions, anil we want all the policemen j mid everybody else that can bo piop-prly ilotiied with authority, to be so Imunrdlately rlot'uwd and to btep iu and. do tlistr utmost to dean iti> und stop the spieud of tiiis disease and stump it on\. Ju*t oiw, word to the public: Please do observe the mask rogulations and t-veiy othor 1 egulaiion, so long as it stands. It is th� law of lim land. Thi* department has �aid ov,er and over attain and .taya now that it will ho very sorry, if any one of the orJinKiy people is jliic.l or punished for infraction of any of theso rejfulalioiis. This is the situation in a nut shell. Many Calls For Help. The calls for help are insistent and pitiable and are growing worse particularly from the outlying portions 01 this province, ar.-l the capital cltv of tun uruviiKx- iui�ut null take vara el --zi-a M*j. ALCXANOCR MUNRO H.U. Vo. 1, L-rnr, Out. "For otr-r tlirrr yeat-. 1 was roulined to bed with K'i.'u :i:,ilism. linring tliat time, J hail .teatment I'loni a ininiber of iloelor-. ami trieil ir-ariy i'verythimr X sun .tovi>rti.�ed to cue Itlieiiinatism, witliou'. rrceivinj any beuetit. l-'itiaiiy, 1 ild-i.led to 'l-'ruit * tiTes''. lie tore 1 had n-e,i ,, ill a box, 1 nolo",! an improvement ; ihr pain was not >o severe, and li." swelling s'ar!",l to go down. / , rti,'.-';;wil taking :'ruit tn*> ;al baiKliiK. or any machine: > and KoInK out to do the sane ami c);:i*'M>i tliinx. and do what we can to V-lp people In aftliction. We have r;veii .arte blanch orders to men who werl; never appointed to do that s r- of thliiK. simply berau-e it |- the n, "! available machinery we have to cove- the whole j province. We have clveti t:.> :u authority to commit this i>rovi".r.: to heavy 'hem to "-' local board i; � doubtless vva-. ti. a rs. placluic hi� �� Up in an .'11u h sw'ee! |-� a - � :� �� in all thi -e u 1 and :ib�niij:t !y o iiiblli Clotmg ,* to !1K .'loll . n.i\, oflii .-: tills o irtltlt- AK.-iitt w ith 1 b Itiindtcipii.-l c.m.-e lb-;. �XeClHi'.e to elltol'  and coini not fair ui observe ttiin :e shot'ld Hot. Th (iiduteiv wllllnR given a i-iwiii"" (liliie:; t.i.v'.i of the division died rUildeniy far as Order � i-aiation ilciSini; "o- jaillc are ",,i!i i-vtcnt im-, iieeu apiminted � im- local board  oilier regulation � n'liiuK in. It la icc'oepei shou'd tion and others f, |m>ltt- wbo bats tried niuc ii-im-u,,s and found that (iin l'ib> 1 i/f. fiin Pills an- tr.i a , are all--I'm a -cicnu6i; ri ii*eu � fu! Koiney or itlad-iler Trouble-. Tu. v "untiii^.MK b"**-ftrial ir.g-cuieut ut �iu, atithant the abuhol. and gin ku- been r#M|fc>Zc.-I.oenl representn-lives of the Imperial munUlons hoard ciutiiRed in supervising tho'fUtlllK and mnchlnery InstalhuIon of tho wooden steamers built nml launched from the yards oj>fjuinlan and Kobertson. and the Quebec ShipbilildlnK and Kepalr Company, Limited, Louise docks, have received Instruction1: from Ottawa to stop the work of HttltiR guns on board the ships and also slop the pdovUllni* of quartern on board aonio veayols for Kim crows. London, Nov. 0.-Fines of SSOO and $700 wore Imposed by Judge MucBeth this monilnj? on Lewis Elaio, snperln- � 'tendnnt. and William Oliver, foreman. 1 respectively, ,nt tho London Mnnufuc-iiurlnK and Mnclilno company's niuni-[tion plant, when they plead'til Kuilty to the charge of enlarging �helln previously rejected hy InspectorH. Nfiio months' imprisonment was fixed as the alternative penalty in the event of de-tacit ot payment, but the total of. $1 iioo was promptly pnid. UNFILLED ORDERS New York. Nov. il. -I'nillled orders of the I'nited Sintcs Steel Corporation on Oct. fit were .S.:i.-,.l.2ii:: [nn*. nr. cordiBs: to the eoi'porntion's monthly statement Issued todav. This is an In crease of .'ifi.liss tons compared with the,orders on Sept. fin. raises THE PRICE Montreal. Nov. p. La Prcs'c. lie Krciicli-Caiindiun dally, ims raised lie price per copy fromj cent to 2 eent owing to the rapid increase of pioduc tion :ii ro.v. can 1 uo mtdtli el Boy:' Hiioti. Aiuaxf+opular and in ftntral dtmand. One you stnicr at uxllas appfataitif. Vluti or brawn leathers. Make Yoifr Shoe Dollars do Double Duty EYKR.Y vioilur thai you spend fur shot's has it:; infan-ncc upon the nation's bit' problem. Spviid it wisely, and if will help not only to keep prices down, but to insure the supply of leather for our forces overseas. Make your shoe dollars tlo this double duty. Buy wisely, for service rather than merely for appearance. Co to a reputable dealer and benefit by his knowledge and experience. Look jor the manufacturer's trade-mark on the shoes you buy. Do these things and you will secure better value for yourself. You will help to keep prices down by reducing the production of unnecessary styles, and relieving the dealer of carrying non-essential stock. All of these thinirs will'help to solve the problem of equipping our soldiers w'th proper shoes, and-at the same time supplying those who must remain at home. War-Time Htleulmna njjtr .syiecia' .Service Vala* (or Men, IVorrien unit CihiUlrcn. Ask ynur dealer for litem. AMES HOLDEN McCREADY ' ' I.IMITIB hhoemukera to the Nation" ST. JOHN MO.Vr*SAI. TORONTO - ^ WINN'IPKt' WHUNTON VANCOUVM Wkcn you bey Siwu* hut; J, -thi* Trmiv-mark on tvrytolt ;