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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - November 12, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta TIIKSDAY, NOVEMBER 12, 1918 THE LETimniDfii; DAILY PjERALD PAGE FIVTC \ Hard For "Tommy" to Credit Order'to Cease Firing-News of Peace Came From Skies "With the British Army in Belgium, Monday, Not. 11.- Peace descended Jfke a mnntlo over tho battle front at 11 o'clock this morning. The Inst big Run crashod Up challenge and a irreat overpowering quiet replaced turmoil, death and destruction. �Almoat co-incident with tho signing of tho armistice by the desperate en-�my, tho city of Mona capitulated before tho relentless British pressure. On tlita hallowed ground the troops are now renting on their armff,*happy in tho thought of the fitness of tholr final triumph. They had driven the WANTED Capable, energetic women to aHnlst district age/Fin in finding loads. W^tl established line. Highest class. Dignified work. Whole or part of time. Glad to arrange personal interview with anyone Interested. APPLY BOX 55, HERALD 282-6 ccountant Wanted for Mine Office In the Lethbridgc District TRUSTS APPLY AND GUARANTEE CO., LTD. CITY FOR SALE 1000 No. 1 Young Ewes Ramboulet Lincoln Cross Th*so sheep are in the very best of condition and must be sold immediately. No fancy prices asked. Absolutely no culls In flock. FOR PARTICULARS APPLY 410 Fifth Avenue South or Phone 1553 Inquiries Solicited. Invited. Inspection 282-3 GIRLS WAVY Amsterdam, Nov. 11.-Emperor William, It is reported here, was on his way to the British lines to tirronder when he was headed off by German revolutionists, and forced to seek safety In Holland. enemy out of the sarao tiateway through which Hold Marshal von Buts-low and Field Marshal von Kluck hurled their great, armies against tho valiant little force of "contcmptlbles," in 1014. The population of Mon. of attractions ha* hc-n bonk'-d. which will serve to mnlui th" Colonial the moat, popular, and at thr hud road a clum e, the entire chamber jumped to its foot and cheered, Hen-crally tho tumult was mo ;:re;it that j tho voice of "tho tiger" wh, lost in {'. ropt i^-nvily in \u \.i j of and limb. \'\> \n and iiicludiri;.' the :ilst of UctotuM*. Ihf laic.-t fi^u^-av;i!:'i'�f" :v total  � iru-ilt ic-i va-:-�� L'i l.:>..'.-. divid.-.!  io:'o.v ; Kttl-'d ii.'-' f^iii, ., i s ','7 ; lib ui'UU'i o'- -i'. \ �" Koeond rar brnuKhf baKfra^f-, while the ! '^od. third, with its blinds down, arrived1 T"aT Tm(% ,n ni'- ">*'': nf rn�" nf in the ovenltiK. Krom it tho former ,!,op,t in th� Camber fur Ho- emperor and two equries. all in civil- , memory of the d�-ad and tear.: froir, Ian clothes, allphtud. i th'' Pow^rrtil rmwtion or tie* ninin. m. No one In the vIUuko of Velp, which i ,)''Iu,tlos rrr,:n Al ;ace : . ,:o who adjoins the chateau wan awaro of bin hn(1 �(?ftn in France ^h" V i re;io/4 hi� t a 1 a on i >, t in tho most truit-wcirtjir rtm+Ar for all dfrF%Dg^m^ntt nf thr kifjnyn �nd bltrlrjflf, Writr to--Th? NttiOlltl Drug It Chomlcftl Go. of Canx4�, I*tmtt#4� To, Inr . 202 M�in Mt., \\tlff s.Y. f [O a I " '! :'' i 1 '!'� e.heored as they presented f to an-e U i iiep'i-I t!e;' fUUUV :-;u. a al far' ci:,e ly. "Ikey .ind .K ." Tb i' th" � ]iis; : th'- t'',rn' .tuitin. -with : orb a *-(erlim:i attraej ifiji will be !a"v, th in welcome, I" an ;w ur� d 'a, t. \>.v n* ver before, h iv' th" pu'die .-'i i' ali "d what a faet.if |n e\* rvd.tv Ui" the theatre b � i:n>\� n tn )� At;oi.�enient Is nn r.' ' .u y a . ...... ii� � 'ari' of life "lU-v an I Abev" I is ,i to 11 I'pM.fti * It a' >",\ and In tlie hami of tli.> i'apal^l" eenipany of fun in ibT-t urtd'T th" management ((f 'b-� 11 C.uhh and Ibid :-haffer. th� fli'tw wi?l pds^e- s a Sim ranun.iaui"'* of P"b The t dati k ov t c,e pre(-1 ent at ,i �n will be announced !n atnph' t !;ii" to a Ibe.s- ii.t'-nding patrons to iaa\'� tlie lie- t'^sary urr a tig omenta. WHITENS SKIN ] Girls! benuty lotion \  nt home fr?r few cents f Squeeze M)'� juice of two lemon"! into a bottle containing three ouncei f�f f)i*(hard White, ^hako well, and you have a quarter pint of the best, bloach� lug and skin whitening lotion, and b"-p. f- 'f orchard White for :� few cent*. Masnage this sweetly frag* rant lotion Into the faeo. neck, nnnt and hands �ach day and seo how tan, redness, sallowne^ft. punhurn and wind-burn disappear and how clear, aoft and rosy-white tho skin become*. Yes! If. i* harmless.-Advertisement. t I I � ! l I (Buy a Washington, appt ,ti in an automobile accident, tho aftermath of p^ace celobrathtns, The victims are Joe and Hrnest I)e la dor-geudiere and .1. B. Leslie. The fourth momber of tho party Hubert Do la (lor-gendlere is seriomly injured. Tfcey we-rrt driving north on Central Avenue and endeavored to get across the Canadian Northern railway tracks ahead of an |n-eotninK express from the , around the station, erving "abas gull-The pence celebration Mouuay In- ! \i{\uu> ;, Nov. Vi. rh" of Dr. Solf, foreign secretary ai Dei tin. for intervention by l'rer*ldi*nt \\ li -on tor mitigation of thn *li" i>n|iT uf tji" hethh aiitbor- I'b >. til ill HiitKi'lin-nt nf the new Col- o::i:i' T!o-u;e hav�- not been idle. A v\ 'sary ;jsilshing tou must use Knowlton's Uanderinc. If oventually-why not now?-Advert. Ottawa,* Nor, 12.-Reconstruction problems are under consideration at conferences today between leading manufacturing interests and the reconstruction and development committee of the cabinet. A largo delegation recently urged on the government the necessity for steps to develop export trade in view of the probable early cessation of munition orders. It was then doclded that a committee should be appointed to work in conjunction with a government committee to advise the government. Today'* conferences, it is under-stood, are In furtherance of the decision then reached. "Our wonderful men at the front have Mulshed their work gloriously. Today our work Is halted while we all rejoice 1 at their success. During tho balance of the week our efforts must he redoubled to ensure for our Victory Loan a triumphant conclusion worthy of Canada's magnilicont record overseas. My warmest congratulations on your .-oieroMs to date." A MILLION AN i ment and the Herman minister at The Hague had gon� to Klsjen to inert the German exiles. Emprets Is III London. Xov. HI,- William Hohen-znllorn. the former GiTmnn emperor, arrived Sunday al Count Ih-ntlack's chatenu of Mlddnohton at Velp. near Arnheim, according to a dispatch to th** Dally Kxpresa dated Sunday at Velp. An Amsterdam d to patch to the Dully Kxprefis dated Sunday says thut the former (Jerman empress Js 111 at l*ois-|dam. near Berlin, and flint the former crown princess is at her bedside. The !ttc.-(i-ai;e was i-cu* b;. Co:ei^n Secretary S�d:' to Sccrcta: y of State L.tn-elng. li read: "Tb" armi*'i*e being conclude,) (he Herman gow-rntuent re^ue-'i tb* pre-hb'Ht of t:>e Cniti-d S'.i' uhai place mid the I t!;e lle^otiatton- might cumuieiteiv "An there is pre-img danger ot famine, th> Herman ^"ivtvumeiu i-particularly .tn\ioc.t for tti�' iuKoti.it u�n-� to begin itnnn di.iti ly." Sloan'n LSnimont scatlorM tin* congestion ami relieves pain YOU ONE-HALF GOOD THINGS IN STORE TOR AT THE THAT YOU \ wdl ���'.� 1 1:1 a1.... little, :ippb..'! i ft Mi f f ma.. � 'talvh. itbc the * v . x\ > I r' ^ cry i) in j; , bind tM-iiriti-v, 'ci-llua, rhcu- Keep ;i b:g 1> '!'!>r j..n:dv M~.r Made iii Lanida. Hi' /'I'hJ. i:.d itiains. COL ) THtATRC "Sntttbein Alberta's Mont Beautiful Theatre." l'r ur-' i t v t r \ WHEN THE THEATRE a: IS LIFTED WE WANT YOU TO REMEMBER TH* COLONIAL -- ARREST MADE AT A man named Comstoek was arrested by the A. P. 1\ at Plncher Creek last nlKhl, (dtarged with shooting Henry MatthewH, a rancher living noar that town. Matthews in in the hospital at Plncher Creek with a bullet in I.Buy a Victory Houdi. pronto, Nov. 12. -Canada has subscribed up to noon t^day the sum of $:tl�i�,:i�4tt>&0 toward tho $5*10,000,000 Victory loan which is expected to be raised by the end of tho week. The various provinces report aa followH: Toronto .................$ 66,937,ftr>0 Ontario (outaide Toronto) 101^52,7:50 British Columbia ........ 18.004.ftoo Alberta ................. JO.HPi.lOO Saskatchewan ........... N.oiM.HiO Manitoba ................ 2li.31iO;700 | Ottawa, Nov. 12.--Plans for dealing j with the complex organization built up 'around the Military Service Act are to be taken up within the next few days. For a week or so, no additional draftees have been required to report for ; service and tho signing ot the urmU-. lieu preludes the necssity for any fur-! ther. calls under the act. ! Hut a complx organization for tho ' administration of the act haa been built up in every military district. In adJltion, there is the headquarters or- ; gunizutfon of the military service I branch in Ottawa and tho large atuft HURT AFTER THIS Cincinnati Man Tells How to Shrivel Uo Corns So They Lift Out. Ouch !?!?*! This kind of rough talk will be heatd lets her-In town if people troubled with corns will follow the simple advice of this CiiudntuH authority, who claims that a few drops of a drug culled frcezono when applied to a tender, aching corn t.�ops r-ovej�e--ut once, and soon the corn dries up and lifts right out without pain. He fiuya freezone Is a sticky Mib stance wbiih dries immediately an-1 never inflamed or even Irritates tho surrounding tissue or skin. A quarter of aa ounce, which will cost very Utile at any drug More, is said to bo BuffU'ient to remove every hard or uoft coui or callus from one's feet. Millions of American women will welcome thid announcement Hince tho inauguration of tho high heel*.-Advertisement. M THE FIRST SHOW TO PLAY THE AS SOON AS THE INFLUENZA EPIDEMIC THEATRE BAN IS LIFTED Will be the Uproariously Funny Musical Faroe Comidy A CYCLONIC LAUGH FESTIVAL IN THREE ACTS WATCH CLOSELY FOR the exact dates- THE ENGAGEMENT WILL BE FOR TWO NI0HT6 ONLY I posed to bo a sequel to the recent famous Charlie Mattlusws case. Henry MatthewH is the father of Mutthews who is doing time in the jail here on two charges of horse (dealing and two o( jail breaking. Tlie headquarters of tho A. P. P. have only meagro details of the Pincher Creek shooting. Hi 07K.IS0 S. 500,000 l7.r>iti>,7:io 1,142,100 the neck. The shooting affray is sup- j Montreal ................ iiO.OI*4.30tbf 0f Ui0 centra! anneal court. These como within tho jurisdiction of the department of justice. There is also the staff of military service police under tho department of militia, engaged in enforcement of the act. , H is felt hero that these organizations should be permitted to collapse completely on virtual suspension of the Military Service Act. Tho suggestion is made that they should be used as far as possible In connection with demobilization. Quebec (outside Montreal) New Mrunswlck ......... I'Nova , Scotia \............ Prince Hdward Island ---- Dominion total lutU year, same period .........$21^,000,400 4. i Prescription for ? Come lu �iui tilt u� Kbuut Inilf- y IN HONOR OF THE GREAT VICTORY Vancouver, Nov. 12.--Tho suggestion that Nov. 11 ahall bo Canada's permanent Thanksgiving day Is made editorially by tho Vancouver World today. ? 4 V A standard rate of 25 cents a night has been sot in U.S. army canteens and service clubs for soldiers and uuilors for bod, clean linen and !>atU. ? v > * * ? �� �wtd �ud recofBiueuded! Don't experiu'eut-buy Hir^l'iitae tluictrieil Uujily frieiv^V-at UcaUr* ufwritt ^ ' M^�. of HIRST'S ramiiy Salve 'MSsV^Ws.^ i^lSSS^SAl^tmmm ;