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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - November 12, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta ItESbAY, NOVEMBER 12. 1918 THE LETjJEIRlDOE DAILY . .-r~-.........-.....--------- PAGE FIVE Hard Em ^Tommy" to CredU Ordernra^ Cease Firing-News of Peace Came From Skies With the Brttlih Army in Bolgium, Mondajr, Nor. 11.-Peace descended like a mantle over the battle front at 11 o'clock thla morning;. The last big �on crashed' ite chKllenKe and a ereitt diverpovoring; quiet replaced tur-lOoU,; decth and de�tructldn. 'Almost co-incident with the signing of thaarmlBtioe by the desperate en-�mj', the oitjr of MonB capitulated before tiie releiltleBR British pressure. On this "hallowed ground the troops arendw resting on their arms;* happy In the thought of the fitnesB of their IbiaKtriumph. They had driven the WANTED Capable, energetic women > to asBist discrlct ageAs in Xlndlng loads. WtAl establish-d tine. Highest class.' Dignified worlt. Whole o^ part 6f time. Glad to arrani^ per^ Bonal interview with anyone . Interested. APPLY BOX 65, HERALb f  282-6 Wfiiitcdfor Mine Office In the Lethbridge District Amsterdam, Nov. 11,-Emperor Wllllain, It i* reported here, waa on hi* way to the British line* to C'lrrendar yihtn h� was headed off by Oermaii revolutionists, and forced to seek safety in Helland. , ebemy out of the Ban^e gateway through which Field Marshal von Bue-low and Field Marahal von Kluck hurled their great armies agninst tha valiant little force of "contdmptlbles," in 1914. The population of Mons paraded the streets, cheering wildly British troops. Their cries must have reached' the ears of the Germans outside the/town. Early this morning a crisp, graphic order to cease firing at 11 o'clock, was delivered to all units with a further order to maintain defensive precautions and to have no intercourse with the enemy. The advance continued, the guns racing forward to'the advance; batteries seeking the honor of firing the final shot. , Punctually ut 11 o'clock the firing stopped. Jb^'leets of British airplane^ dropped signal lights which descended with the momentous message to those below. Thei-e was joy In plenty apong the troops at the first blush of peace, but'there, was little in tha nature of demoostratlons. Tommy Atkins was unable to realize that the war waa through, although his heart was burning wlUi the hope of going back to his wife and baby in "Blighty." Bo he stoo^and waited for something to happen, he kn^ not what. This could not be the end after all the shambles and horrors he had been through.' One of these mud-caked veterans came to the correspondettt's automobile and he saluted asking falteringly: ' "Is is all oyer?" Being reassured, he sped back to his companions to communicate the good news. This afternoon the celebratlOhB and rejoicings were makliig the old town of Mons vibrate. Bands of pipers led marches around the city. The reception given the, Canadian commanders Who entered Mons in the middle of the afternoon was similar In its heartiness to the scenes la Valenciennes and other towni/ - ' The following Is the list of Victory Loan honor flags won in Southern Alberta: � BASSANO-Flag and^crown. CR0S8FIELD-Flag and two crowns. \JRNNER-Flao, seven crowns. CI.ARE8HOLM, flag and four crown*. MAQRATH -Flag and five crowns. I CALQARV-Flag, two crowns. OKOTOK8-Flag and three crowns. BOW ISLAND-Flag. HANNA-Flag and crown. HI6H fflVERT-Flag and ,one crown, COMMERCE-Flag. BEDCLIFFE-Flag and crown. BLACKIE-Flag. LETHBRIDGE-Flag and five Crowns. BRANT-Flag, three crowns. COLEMAN-Flag, three crowns. BLAIRMORE-Flag, one crown. HALKIRK-Flag and crown. . MONITOR-Flag. CASTOR-Flag. COALDALE-Flag. CARMANGAY-Flag. NANTON-Flag and one crown. FRANK-Flag. NOBLEPORD-Flag. PA88BURG-Flag. MEDICINE HAT-Flag and two crowns. BOTHA-'Flag. - BANFF-Flag. YOUNOSTOWN-Flag. CORONATION-Flag. PINCHER CREEK-Flag. INNI8FAIL-Flag. HILLCREST-Flag. BROOKS-Flag. southisjuston theeogeofbghi a puzzle ; Dutch Officiala Went it Him-Described as Forlorn Figure i;,(Buy a Victory Bond). Am8t|rdam, Nov. 11.-It Is stated dn^ flood authority here that Willlarn Hohenzollern, the former Germariremperor, will be interned In Holland. po IE London, Nov. 12.-William Hohenaollern, the fotmer Qer-man/em^ror, according to a ra-port'from Amsterdam, has arrived at chateau near the village of Velp, 50 miles southeast of Am-atertlnm and to miles northeast of Eladen, where he orotaed tha frontier. \ ' The fornrver empsror was accompanied by two equiries. 'Alt were in civilian uniform. ' The dispatch from Velp says that an automobile containing two members of the German court arrived first and notified Count Bentlnck o� the approach of the former emperor. The second car brought baggage, while the third, with, its blinds down, arrived in the evening. From it the former emperor and two eauries, all In civilian clothes, alighted. No one In the village of,Velp, which adjoins the chateau was aware of his arrival. Thfc former German ruler oc cuples the'left wing of the chateau. The dispatch-adds that his wife prob ably will be permitted to Join him there. FOR SALE 1000 No. 1 Young Ewes Raniboulet and Lincoln Gross � Thase sheep are in the very best of Condition and.jnust be sold immediately/ So fancy \prlces asked. Absolutely no culls to flock. : V FOR PARTICULARS APPLY 410 Fiftiiv Avenue South or Phone 1553 Inqulrfea Solicited. Intpeetlon Invited. 282-3 Prince Albert, >j:ov. 12.7-Three young men were kmed here last night in an automobile abbident, the aftermath of peace celebrations. The victims are' Joe 'and ESroest D� la Gor-gendiere and J. B. Leslie. The fourth member of the party Hubert De la Gor-gendiere is seriouMy Injured. They ,were driving north on Central Avenue and endeavored to get across the Can-adl&ii Northern railway tracks ahead of an tn-comlng express I^om the south. The automobile crashed into the side the train. One of the man ' was' killed instantly luid the othei* two died a few minutes after reach-;ing the hospital.. , The De la Oorgendieres are broth ers and aoie of the late *Mr. De la G^orgendlere^who was Belgian consul. J'. B. Leslie was employed In the Bank of Commerce'^B teller. Wliole Hearted Effort Required For Balance of tlie Loan Campaig^n (Buy a Viotorj^Bond) Calgary, Alta., Nov. 12.-;Southern Alberta has almost reached the eight million dollar mark in the Victory Loan campaign according to returns received by the Southern Alberta executive for the period up to Monday night. , The Crows Nest district has raised 1286,650; Claresholm, Pincher Creek a:nd Macleod, $478,200; Lethbridge, Taber, Warner and Foremost, ?948,-450; Cardston, Raymond and Magrath $264,050; Medicine Hat dlstrtct, $635,-500. ^ The total for all the south is $7,9OT,160. The peace celebration Monday in .,.^^^ terrupted Victory Loan work through/ imperial train arrived at the sta- Ottawa,^ Nor. -IS.^Reconstruction problems are under, consideration at conferences today between leading manufacturing interests and the' reconstruction . and '.development committee of the cabinet. A large dele-gatibn recently urged on the govern-Save Your Hairl Double Its Beauty I'P^* the. nocessitr for steps to de-save Yo"; Momenta- velop export trade in view of the prob the province and this Is more, particularly noticeable In the larger'points. , Many localities however, sent in some igood returns. Among these are Innis-fall, Oyen and Sibbald, and Strathmore which sent In over seventeen thousand dollars. Strathmore is under the chairmanship of W. B. Brown. D. Col-llson of Rocky Mountain Park has had the satisfaction of reporting several big figures from his territory and E. F. Purcell of Brooks also has a big advance which wins an honor flag for his town. Diamond City, under the chairmanship of T. M. Christie, also comes Into the honor flag class. T'le following telegram has been received from Mr. B. It. Wood, chair-mau .uominioiv'executive committee: "Our wonder/ul men at the front have finished their work gloriously. Today our work is halted while we all rejoice at tlieir success. of the week our efforts must bfe rer Amsterd'Sim, Nov. 11.-^ gteat mystery'StIU'lS: being made of tile destination in Holland of the former German emperor. Three different country seats of the Bentlnck family are now mentioned as his temporary residence. The former German emperor made an inglorious entry into Holland, according to reports from Bisden. At 7:30 o'clock Sunday morning ten travel-stained automobiles, driven by Prussian officers, were seen coming slowly thi^ugh the fog along the Vise-Maastricht highroads. The last Belgian vlllagei-^Meuland, was still asleep. The noise of the motors brought out a crowd of curious villagers., The former ruler et Germany waa dressed in the uniform of a general with an~ officer's cap and carried a sword. _ Th^ erstwhile martial figure was huddled and bent, while his eyes stared 'straight ahead. .' "The Dutch frontier guards stopped the cortege. After some brief formalities the automobiles were conducted to^ the railway station at Elsden. Dutch- cavittr' aBd^mtllfarr cyclists formed a gtiard arbnnd the station. Crowds of Belfian refugees swarmed around the station, crying "abas guil-,lalme, assassin," Try Thia- able early cesaatlon of munition orders. It was thfn decided that a committee should be appointed to wprjt in government corn- Today's conferences. It is understood, ave'in furtherance of the decision then re^che^d. If you care for heavy hair, that "2,100 and lots of it-no dandruff-no itch- two charges of horse stealing anfl two Tinmininn tntm inRt venr Ing scalp and po piore falling hair- of jail breaking. The headquarttrs of you muBt use'Knowlton'B Danderine. the A. P. P. have only meagre details if eventually-why not now?-Advert, of the Pincher Creek shooting. Prescription for IIII11.^ czem a /^K^K^^^^^VM^^^^^A ~iot IB yenre the itandanl akin remedy-a 1 llPi^^ wBi^^^ WMi^^^ liquid uKdozteni>Uy-i�*tant relief tram Itch. Soap ^J.' D. HJglnbotham &,Co., Ltd., drug-gists,: Lethbridge.-Advertisement . the mildest of clennMra - kecpa the (kin ulwn ya picun und healthy. (Jomeia and atk lualwut bolt.. tlon an hour later. It consisted of 14 cars and William Hohenzollern, who had walked up and down the platform, entered the train imd changed to civilian clothes. Arrangements for--the reception, of the Germans were made by Gen. von Deuts, aide de c^mp to Queen Wllhel-mlna, who went to the German headquarters last week. � Dispatches dated Monday in Amsterdam reported that the former German emperor is to be' interned and quoted the.Handelsblad as saying he was not wanted In Holland. Another; dispatch said that officials of the Dutch government and the German minister at The Hague had gone to Elsden to meet the German exiles. Empress Is lil - , London, Nov. 12.-^William Hohen-During the balance , zollern. the former GeJ-man emperor, arrived Sunday at Count Bsntlnck's doubled to ensure for our Victory chateau of MIddachten at .Velp, near Loan a triumphant-conclusion worthy Amheim, according to a dispatch to Of Canada's magnlflcqnt record overr " " aeas. My warmest congratulations on your ;iuccpBfl to date." Wonderful Scenes in Chamber of Deputies as Terms of / . Armistice Mjere Read / ----.- (Buy a Victory Bond). Paris, Nov. 12.-The chamljer of de-pntios has seldom displayed such unanimity as it did ye3terday in cheering every article of the German armistice terms as it was read by Premier Clemenceau. As soon as the premier had read a clause, the entire chamber jumped to Its f6et and cheered. Generally the tumult was so great that the voice of "the tiger" was lost in the uproar. Only once or twice were there purposeful interruptions by the Socialists. After reading the conditions, the premier excused himself from making a lengthy address, but said: "In the name of the' people of France and In the name of the government of France; let us salute Al-aace-Lorralne." There was prolonged cheering, after which the premier added, feolingly: "Lot us honor the great army wlio died." Tears came to the eyes of most of those In th^ chamber-tears tor the memory of the dead and tears from the powerful reaction of the moment. Deputies- from Alsaoe-Lorra'Jne who had bein in France since 1914 and some of whom had fought with the J'rench army were enthusiastically cheered as they-presented themselves in the gallery. The diplomatic gallery was filled and among those present were the Earl of Derby, the British ambassador, United States Ambassador Sharp, and,the ambassadors from Spain and Italy. There was a full ho'use of depu yp Mi LIS Ottawa. Nov. 12.-In the awful conflict tli*t ended yesterday, Canada's glorious effort has cost heavily In loss of life and limb. Up to and Including the olst of October, the latewt figures available, the total casualties were 211,358, divided -dS foltows; Killed in'action, :-i4,877; died of wounds or disease, 1.^,477; wounded; 152,772; presumed dead, missing and prisoners of war, S,24i). Total 211,358. S DEliD OF lUiS Mailed casualty lists report that Corporal Geo. Adam.'j, who enlisted at Claresholm, died of dounds on Oct. 30. His next of Mi\ resides iu Char-lottetown, P.E.T. ^ Pte. Gordon P. MacDonald, of Truro, N.S., who enlisted at \Lethbridge, has been dangerously wounded. Pte. Jolin P.irr, of Cranbrook, died from pneumonia on Oct. 27. Pte. Axel Holin, of Cranbrook, who enlisted at Blairniore, is suffering from shell gas. Pte. Daniel M.. Waddington, of Michel, has been wounded. utmost welfare of the Colonial patron, :f A wonderful line up of attractions has ; been booked, which wHl serve to niako-/.| the Colonial the most popular, arid at';'! the same time the "mos't ..exclUlj'li^> photoplay theatre in Southern Albertai;; The management of the Colonial; dea-: | plt� the very heavy losa oocaBioned bjr'r the clo.sing order, have borne thelr-.^ loss as cheerfully as possible, and a have made It an object to assist thOj 1 authorltiea as much as posBlble liOa-J the work of combatting the 'flu. A FREE SAMPLE BOX A {re� aiDple box will oonriaee Tett that Gin Pills are the �oat truit-irorthjr renedjr {or all (IsrangeaaBtB of the kidners and bladder. Write to^Tht K�loB�l Srag * Obemleal Co. of Oailada, I.tiSf�, Toronto, Can. U.S. addreaa: v^-Dni-Oo. Inc.. 202 Main 3t.. Buff W.Y. AT THE MAJESTIC. The first show to play the'Majstic Theatre as soon as the theatre ban is lifted, will be the uproariously funny musical taixo comedy, "Ikey and Abey." That the opening of the theatre again, (with such a sterling attraction will be more than welcome, is an, assured fact, for never before, have'the public so realised what a factor in everyday life the theatre has grown to be. Amusement is. as necessary as sleep, food, and other Ikey and. Abey" , . , , , ; necessaries of life, ties and the only empty seats were , ^ j^^,^ chaser, and In the those marked by the tri-color and jj^^flg the capable company of fun crepe, which designated the sacrifice makers under the management of of a member who had given his life In ' the service of ms country. While tbe session was in progress a battery of '77's maintained a steady cannonade in celebration o� the victory from its position along the Seine. Fi PEACE mS (Buy a Victory Bond). Washington, Nov. 12.-The appeal of Dr. Solf, foreign secretary at Berlin, for intervention by I^resident Wilson for mitigation of the armistice terms to save Germany from starvation, was delivered to Secretary of State Lansing today by Minister Sul-zer of Switzerland. It was sent im-pmedlately to the president. The message was sent by Foreign Secretary Solf to Secretary of'State Lansing. It read: . "The armistice being concluded the German government requests the president of the United States to arrange for the opening of peace negotiations. ' , "For the purpose of their acceleration, the Germaii government projioses, first of all, to take In view the conclusion of a preliminary peice and asks for a communication as to what place  and the time the negotiations might commence. "As there is pressing danger of famine,' the German govarnment is particularly anxious for the negotiations to begin immediately.". Geo. H. Bubb and Bud Schafter, the show will possess a superabundance of pep. The exact dates of tho presentation will be announced in ample time to allow intending patrons to make the necessary arrangements. AT THE COLONIAL. Willie the theatres have been olos-ed on the order of. the health authorities, the management of the new Colonial Theatre have not been idle. A few necessary finishing touches have been given the auditorium, and there now remains absolutely nothing that could,possibly be done to ensure tho 1 LEMON JUICE I WHITENS-SKIN Girls! Jrtake beauty lotion at home for few cents Squeeze the juice of two lemona into a bottle containing tliree ouncoa of Orchard Wlilte, shake well, and yo� have a quarter pint of the best bleach^ ing and skin whitening lotion, and complexion beautifler at very,- veryv i small cost, ,  j--'' Your grocer has the lemons and anr ' drug store or toilet counter will supply/:/; three ounces of Orchard White,for i few cents. Massage this s suggestion that Nov. 11 shall bo Canada's permanent Thanks- * day. / :V- �<??? V * ? * ; < ? * If I Ottawii, Nov. 12.-Plans for dealing 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, 110 additional draftees havp been required to report for serVlc^ and the sighlngvOf the armistice preliii^es the necsslly for any fur-then calls under the act. Bnt a complx organization for the . administration of tho act has been 18,OP4,500 j built up In every military district. In adilltion, there is the headquarters organization of the military service branch iu Ottawa and the large ataff of the central appeal court. These come wlthlii the jurlsAction of the department of justice. Thisre is also the staff of military service police under the department of militia, engaged in enforcement of the act. I It is felt here that the� organizations should be perwitted to collapse completely ou virtual suspension of the Military JService Act. The suggestion Is made that they should^ be used as far as possible in conaection with demobilization. A standard ratexif 25 cents a night has been set In U.S. army canteens and service clubs for soldiers and s-allors for bed,^clpan linen and bath. : (Bn^ a Victory Bond). T irais Cincinnati Man TeMs Row to Shrivel Uo Corns So They lilftOut. , Ouch ! ? ! ? ! J This kind of rough talk will be heard less here in town it people troubled with corns Will follow the simple advice of this Cincinnati authority, who claims that a few drops of a drug called freezone when, applied to a tender, aching corn stops soreness at once, and soon the- corn dries up and lifts right out without pain. He says freezone Is a sticky substance which dries immediately and never inflames or even irritates the surrounding tissue or skin. A quarter of an ounce, which win cost very little at any drug store, is said to be sufficient to remoye every hard or soft cojj/g or callus from one's feet. Millions of American women will welcome this announcement since the Inauguration of the high heels.-^Advertisement. A little, applied without rubbfng, will penetrate immediately and rest and soothe the nerves. SloaiKs Liniment is very effective in allaying external pains, strains, bruises, aches, stiff joints, sore- muscles, lumbago, neuritis, sciatica, rheumatic twinges. Keep a big bottle always on hand for family usel Made in � Canada. Druggists everywhere. i ' 30c, 60c, $1.20. I BROWN AND HUDSON 8AV-; "WE KNOW IT ^ATS TO ADVERTISE" t'l- � ,.� -f BUT EVEN IF WE TOOK PAGE AFTER PAdE IN THIS PAPER WE eOUfl) NOT TEIiL YOU ONE-HALF THE GOOD THINGS THAT ARE IN STORE FOR YOU AT THE COLOmitL THEATRE - "Southern Alberta's Most. Beautiful Theatre." WHEN THETH EATR E, BAN MS^ LIFTED WE WANT Y^Ui TO REMEMBER TH1-- f COLONIAL, THE FIRST SHOW TO PLAYTHE MAJESTIC AS SOON AS THE INFLUENZA EPIDEMIC THEATRE BXn IS LIFTED Win be the Uproarloutly Funny Musical Faroe Comedy" IKEY AND ABEY A CYCLONIC LAUGH FESTIVAL IN THREE ACTS -WATCH CIX)SELY FOR THE EXACT DATES-^ k i �'4 i 92 536381 ?48907 ;