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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - November 13, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 13, WiH THE LETHBR1D(.E DAILY ^IKRALD PAGE FIVE One of the Proposals Govern-' iment Haain Mind-iNew Public Works Ottawa, Nov. 13.-^ubstUiitlon of psaoe for war, to be carried out wirli a mlntmum dlaturbauce to labor, re cards to railway needs and tho use of'munition .plants tov other Industry, 'wero' questions under oonsidaration at-* conference bold In the privy noun-oil ohaniberB today. The government proposes, so far aa national railways are concerned to place orders for steel rails and other meoessary caulpment witli the least possible delay. These, it is thought, will absorb much of the labor,, soon to be released, now employed on the production of sheila and explosives. Tiie main'purpose In calling this morn-Inf's conference, however, was to find out precisely how the large steel -worKs stand in regard to the posslbil Uy of rapid transition from war to peace orders. In the four years of war, the conditions of railways has deteriorated owing to difficulties in securing botiv labor and materials. Placing of rail way orders will materially assist, it Is felt. In relieving the situation whlcli will arise within the next few months. In addition, it is proposed to continue- the public works whicli were uspended 'shortly after was war declared. At the present time, the architectural branch of the public works department Is engaged to capacity on works In hand. FiffM to Win/ The Nation denuuiids strong niea--ctrons women and robust chiidren. Wisdom suggests that WIT proper means of safeguarding the vital, forces and building up bf resistance, be utilized. EMULSION atforda ddiidtiB help to those who are '^fighting to win" against the inroads of weakness. SeiOU*B0 sbaitdBiit in traic-�BtHent prDpiertiea, builds np tiMbodjrby Nitare'sMctkodik ScottaBawacTamto.Out. lt-14 W. H. MacPHESO�, D.C. tHIROPRACtOR The condition of your spine de-termlbea the extent of, your lieallH. TAKE SPINAL ADJUSTMENTS Address: McRae Block, Vulcan. " Alt*., Phons 101, WANTED Capable, energetic women to aaslat district agents ip finding lends. Well established line. Highest class. Plgnl-fl(�d work; Whole or part or time. jQlad to arrange per-^sonal latenrlew with anyone interested. APPLY BOX 55, HERALD , �^6 i Wanted for Mine Office iMhe UtUbridgf District APPLY TRUSTS AND GUARANTEE , CO., LTD. CITY FOR SALE 1000 No. 1 Young Ewet Ramboulet and Uncoln These: Bhi^p are in the ' very-best of condition and must,be sold iraw^dlately. No fancy prlte$ asked. Absolutely no culls lnfloc|c..: _ f FOR PARTICULAH8 APPLY 410 Fifth Aveniie South or Phone 1553 Intfutries Solicited. Invited.' Inapsctien 382-3 Urges Farmers to Subscribe- Ottawa, Nov. 13.-Hon. T. A. Crerar, minister of.aBriculture, today issued an urgent appeal to. the farmers of Canada to give ^thelr full support to the Victory Loan. The minister points to tho Immensity of the work yet to be done and the need for money to purchase foodstuffs to save millionG of people in Europe from starvation. The appeal Is as folloWs: "To the farmers of Canada: "In the closing days'of the Victory Loan campaign I Vvish to make j the strongest posi.ible appeal to the farmers of Canada to come In with i .nil their strength to help those who are working so hard for Its success  tojnake oi whirlwind finish. After four yearsi of untold suffering, sacrifice j and sorrow, In which the farmers of Canada carried their fair share, the j glories of peace are begi^nnlng to ahlne out once more again upon a ' desolated world. "The.victory is won, but immense work yet remains to be done. To I carry out work money Is required. It 4s needed to feed, clothe and ' shelter our soldiers until they have been discharged from service. It Is ! needed partlcularljr to pay for wheat, flour, bacon, butter, cheese and I foodstuffs of all kinds. | "When you buy a bond you help your country, you help yourself and you help others. Despite all that may he done, it is statedupon good authority that mlMlons wlH die of starvation in Europe within the next 12 months. Your money will help to s,ive some. Buy bonds, save food and do bpth to the utmost of your power." London, Nov. 13.-(Reuters.)-At a meeting of 200 leading coalition Liberal peers and commoners today Premier bloyd OeorBe outlined nis recon-Btruction policy, saying the victory must be utilized as an impetuB to reforms. ,A great re-houBing program was necessary, the hours of labor must be reduced, a minimum wage introduced and production increased through land reform. The prime miniiiter also foresha-dowod a large development in transport and said that there was value in the prevailing" revolutionary spirit if wisely directed. It must be^combat-ted by national unity, co-operation and sacrifice. lie feared neither revolution noi" Bolshevikism but reaction and dissentlon. Mere party considerations were unseemly. He wanted a united government, representing all parties. In regard to free trade, Mr. Lloyd George said that he did not purpose to go as far as the Paris resolutions. The third of President Wilson's points prevented any idea of a post-war economic war. Irish home rule was essen. tial but there must be no ooercloa of northeast Ulster. The premier concluded by. stating that the wa;tchwpra of the government was progress. Wo must have the support of Liberals. The meeting unanimously pledged support to Mr. Lloyd George and the coalition government during the period of reconstruction. The premier received a remarkable ovation. � ^ after the latter had announced that he. proposed recommending the continuance of the present coalition government. USE OF VACCINE NTLU CASES Authorities Quoted by the PrO' vincidi Minister of Health -No Tax Courts E FOR lEN YEARS Toronto, Nov. 13.-A conference of livestock men is taking place here today to consider plana; to Increase the Industry in Canada and to Induce farmers to continue their efforts at stock production rather than drop them on account of peace. "We think there will be a tremendous export demand for meat and dairy products for the next 10 years," said Dr. J. H. Grls'dale, d'eputy minister of agriculture. The meeting Is prelimin-I ary to a large mestlng at Ottawa*next 'week.  ' Edmonton, Nov. IR.-The minister of health, on behalf o� both public health offices handed out the following statement at noon today: Cases already reported, 14,961; new cases reported yesterday, 481. Total i 15,432. The most striking additions to the new cases reported from points where reports had already come and where the disease was prevalent are as follows; Claresliolm 17, Commerce 20, Card-ston 17, Glenwoodville 19, Lethbrldge and distriot 31, Macleod 5, Fincher Creek 21, Redcllffe 8. Reaching the Peak. In tho northern half of the province it is hoped that we are now near the peak load of tte flu'. The battle is fierce all along the line and most I workers are pretty well "all in." Neither in city nor country districts should this outstanding fact be overlooked. Seventeen deaths yesterday , in this city as a result of the flu' ' speaks for itself. Vaccine. The preventive medicine, prepared in the laboratory along the lines re-i commended by 0r. Rosenow of Mayo �Brothers, Rochester, and approved and used In all countries, was' sent out some considerable time ago to all medical health officers, and that wis followed by a supply to every medical man in the province, whose name Is on 'the list. To the larger places It was I sent by express, by the smaller by I mail. If any of the medical men desire a further supply they should ,'jither wire or phone direct to Dr. : Jamiesou, provincial lafioratory, Edmonton. The British medical journal of September 7tli, 1918, gives some -striking figures. Of 12,519' men in camp, who had been innoculated with such a vaccina, there was only one case.of pneu-monia, and he recovered. During the same period there were 19,481 men not innoculated and 26 of these developed pneumonia and there were seven deaths.' It may be added that enough for one thousand men at the request of the authorities has been sent to Re-gtna for the troops there. Tax Enforcements Courts. All these courts will be adjourneil, tho people do not need to attend. The , courts will bfe held later and all parties will be notified. The Victorg Loan . ' Shoufd be loyally supported by every citizen. , ! This Bank g'adly furnishes full information, And is pleased to cooperate with intending subscribers. ACTIVIIIES ON T 10 SIBERIA , Winnipeg, Nov. 13.-Soldiers will still be required to go to Siberia,'in view of the ending of hostilities In France, Brig.-Gen. Ketch-en,! officer commanding M. D. No. 10, stated today. Men who are . at present in the country on har-_vest leave will likely be asked to volunteer for service. ISII SOIL No Further Official Despatches To Be Issued-Belgians Very Happy Paris, Nov. 12.-It was stated at the war office today that no further official dispatches detailing events of the battle front will be issued. From time to time, however, there may be official reports rtgarding the movement troops in occupying districts west of the Rhine. HUNS MOVING BACK With the British Army in France and Belgium, Nov. 12.- How far the main German armies have retreated in this region can not be said definitely. It is possible however, that they have at least reached the Brussels-Char-lerol line. / Enemy rearguards early this morning had vanished from the vicinity of Mons and points further south. BELGIANS HAPPY Belgian Headquarters. Monday, Nov, 11,-'The war is' over," was the expression heard everywhere in re-occupied Belgium today. The abdication and subsequent flight of the German emperor was received without elation or enthusiasm, but the news of the unconditional acceptance of Marshal Foch's conditions was greeted by the people and the soldiers with relief and s^itisfaction. The civilian population is more* bitter toward the Germans than are the soldiers who fought the enemy to a standstill. Terms of bitter hate and execration are heard among civilians, while the soldiers grin soberly and say "the war is over." HAS PASSED OVER >T�;.t'� G. N. Boyd, manager of the Union Bank at Bassano, died from pneumonia. ii BEST MEDICINE FORJOMEN" What Lyaia E. PihldMin's VageUblie Cpmpound Did For Ohio Womaii. FortoraoBth, Ohip.-"Imfferadfrom taregulpriticB, paini in my aid* and wm o wekk �t times I could hardly get round to do , my work, add aa I had' four ia my family and thtee boarder* it made i( very hard foir.nio. Lydia E. Pinkham'� Voffe-tablf Compound waa recommended td nie. I took it and It has restored my health. It is iMrtainly the best noAelM for woman's .ailment* I ever saw."-Mrs. SabA Sbaw. B. No. 1, Portsmouth, Ohio.- Mrs. Shaw proved tfao'nerit' of this medicine and wrotediis letter in order that other sufferinc womw may: find relief aa she did. . Wbmeii who tf� iniferiDg u she was hould qot dr9g.;sloBi, to day tHthout gJTjnjf thls^lKnoM root and advice M nnrd t� idt'onmonU write to Lydia R: rhikham Medidno Co., Lynn, Mm. Tb* reavU �� it�-fwrty yearn expd^jvne* is at yon; tar^iee; THE DEFAULTERS Ottawa, Nov. 13.-Men who defaulted under the Military Service act arft to have their position considered by the government. While no further calls are being made for d.raf-tees, representations have been made, it Is understood, that men who failed to respond should be punished by being disfranchised for a period of years after the conclusion of peace. Under- the Military Service Act, a man, who, without reasonable excuse, falls to report, is liable tot five years' imprisonment. Jn addition, a man convicted of an offence under the Military Servic Act is disfranchised by the War Times' Election Act, but the latter provision applies only in the case of desertion.' A large number of prosecutions have been taken against defaulters. But there are atUl, it Is stated, some thousands who have not been pro^iecuted. It is the position of these which is to be taken up. ARMISTICE CONDITIONS ARE "TERRIBLE" Basel, Nov. 18.-The Socialist Vov-waerts of Berlin desorisCB the German arniistice conditlonc as "terrible" and adds: "Since the old regime has collapsed the new government must, accept the conditions and execute them' loyally. The treaties liave been , slisned and must be executed. It will be the task of the n�w government to, conclude rapidly the best peace possible." Mudros, island of Lemnos, un-dated.^Nine British airplanes landed in Giilata, a suburb of Constantinople, two days after the signing of the Turkish armistice (Oct. 31.) The first allied officer to |-eaeh European Turkish soil was Flight-Commander Henry Wiser, a Canadian and a graduate of Yale in^1917. The Turks gave the airmen' an enthusiastic reception, declaring they were thankful that Turkey had been cleared of Germans who bad fled to the Rumanian and Russian ports on the Black Sea. ' " The Turks said they, were eagerly awaiting the arrival of the allied fleet which had been concentrated at Mudros, The allied navy and army entry will probably be made simultaneously in the Dardanelles. A commission composed of British naval and military officers is npw inspecting the forts of the Dardanelles under escort of a committee of Tewlk Pasha's assistants. French and British torpedo boats entered the Dardanelles on Oct. 14, according to a Paris dispatch dated Nov. 11. BOTHA TO BE THERE London. Nov. 13.-The London Times says that Gen. iiotha, prem-' ier of South Africa, Is coming immediately to England ' to attend the Imperial war cabinet meetings preparatory to the peace conference. AT DISPOSAL OF NEW RULERS Copenhagen, Nov, 13.-The commander of the German eastern army, which Is now occupying Russian territory, has placed himself and his army at the disposal of the soldiers' council, according to the Wolff News Agency of ' Berlin. . MOOSE JAW AWAY BEHIND Moose Jaw, Sask., Nov. IS.-The half-way mark had not been roached at noon today in the Victory loaa campaign In Moose Jaw city, Tbc total subscription is $616,200, with an objective of 11,500,000. Kib VVRecKEO GERMAN HOTEL Ghent, Nov. 12;-(8 p.m.)Tr-ln tho course of a great celebration today, Mn which the entire population of .Ghent participated, .the. j>eQple, v^rgpkedvihe windows and interior of oieQmma/t hotel In the GraWfr Pla je. DINNER TO HON. R, ROGERS Toronto. Nov. 13.-A dinner is to be given to Hon. Robert Rogers here on November 20, as a tribute for what he has done Jn connection with harbor improvements for this city. It will also likely be a rally of the Conservative party leaders here. RESUMES OLD TITLE Copenhagen, JJov. 12.-The Lokal Anzelger of Berlin announces that It had obtained the protection of the government against the Spartacus group which seized the newspaper and renamed It the Red Banner, according to a dispatch from Berlin. i;;he, Lokal Anzelger has resumed its old title. Louis Kon,'formerly with the C.P.R. colonization''d'epartmenti has been ap-aointed secretary of the Canadian QMBinercial mission to Russia. Calgary,. Nov. 13.-Retunwi which came In over night show Southern Al-: berta has gone well over its objective of eight anda half million dollars and still going stronger. Exact figures reported up to this morning are eight million seven hundred and forty-nine thousand and fifty dollars. Earlier returns were mainly fi'oui the cities of Calgary, Lethbrldge. Medicine Hat, and other closely populated districts and while these are still going strong later returns are now coming in frcm more rural communities representing fai'niers, coal miners and ranchers and these are tunning in most gratifying amounts. Peace has brought clearly the sheer vinvestment quality of Victory bonds before the public with every Indication of appreciation in capital value and men who bought fifty dollars for patriotic rea,s-ons. are taking five hundred for business reasons .while as a sense of duty, the thousand dollar man Is taking ten thousand as an Investment., It is confidently expected that Southern Alberta's record for this final Victory Loan will be creditable to the magnificent showing the men from Southern Alberta have made In their fight for a just peace and the future safety of the world. Competition for honor flags and hon-ar crowns is becoming more furious I'rora all parts of the country and it looks as though there will be few points which will not be able to fly their flag by Saturday night. Some have already added numerous crowns There has been a neck and neck race between Medicine Hat, Lethbridge'-and Calgary for the honor of being the Ike-t city to flag its third crown as bach of these citSis already have two ci'owns. The honor of the third crown was claimed this morning by Lethbrldge, In a telegram timed 10:32. It it indicated that other cities will claim the distinction before night. Figures for the south districts are: Crows' Nest ...............$ 377,600 Macleod, Cardston, and Pinch- er Creek .............. 552.100 Lethbrldge division 1,041,600 Cardston, Magrath and'Raymond ...... 204,650 Medicine Hat .............. 751,750 Sharp increases are noted from nearly all districts although some of them are still seriously handicapped by illness among, the population and among the members of the Viofory Loan organization. A big boost comes from Chairman Adams' division with High River town and district reporting an increase of ninety-seven thousand dollars. Nanton. twenty-throe thousand; Vulcan, ten thousand and Okotoks, twenty-five thousand: Chairman Hornibrook's division. Crows' Nest Pass is away over its objective as Is also Chairman Melvin's division where Macleod town and district show increase forty-five thousand; Plncher Creek, ten thousand; Clareeholm, twenty thousand. Lethbrldge city gives Chairman Tapreli's division a 90.000 dollar boost an.l places it well over its objective. Medicine Hat city gives Chairman Cousins' seventycseven thousand dollars more and that division Is now crowding Us objective very close. The town of Cardston and district have added ten thousand dollars more in Chairman Shepherd's division which Is also approaching its objective. Calgary city has gone over the four million mark tcni Is setting itself the task of making five million before Saturday night. ^ Southern Alberta's Reply Calgary, Nov. 13.-In response to Soft White Hands Washing dishes or cut glass with Ivory-Soap will not roughen or redden your hands as when ordinary soaps are used. Ivory contains no free alkali or other harsh materials to damage the tender skin. When you consider the money housekeepers spend for lotions and cream to keep their hands presentable, the use of Ivory Soap in the kitchen can be recommended as an economy. IVORY SOAP 99^^% PURE Made in the Procter & Gamble factories at Hamilton, Canada congratulatory telegram )-eceived from E. H. Wood, chairman Dominion Executive, Toronto, yesterday hy Wiljiam Toole, chairman Southern Alberta Executive as reported .in yesterday's paper, Mr. Toole, has wired Mr. Wood as follows: "Thanks tor your message re peace and congratulations on our Victory loan subscriptions to date. The glorious courage and achievements of our brave soldiers have been eo conspicuous in bringing about peace and victory to the .world that I am sure our citizens will show their appreciation during closing days of campaign by making the nineteeu-eighteen Victory loan another inspiring success. All our workers are being asked to redouble their efforts ,and are sure to respond. Southern Alberta eight and half million in Eight. Subscriptions to Monday night being seven million, ninety-two thousand, eighiy-oue hundred and fifty dollars, which considering crop conditions and epidemic is most gratifying. Strong feeling l^revolls that immediately -before the close of the campaign and in final returns" publicity should, be given separately to Southern Alberta as all our organizations have kept pressing forward despite the most serious handicaps. (Signed) Wm. Toole, Chairman Southern Al berta Executive. Here's what H. Bossenberry, secra tary of the loan there, wired the Hei aid: "We have raised $108,000 to date The peace celebration threw us bac"! somewhat, but we wifl b'e busy the reff of the week. Will soon have oiir quoti of $120,000. Citizens of German origli responding nobly." TRAVERS IN TROUBLE AGAIN Toronto, Nov. 33.-W. R. Travers former manager of the" Farmers' Bank, was committed for trial by th� police magistrate today, on a charge of attempted rape, the complainant being a married woman. Ball was re fused. , A EAT ONE TABLET! END AIL STOMACH MISERY Pape's Dlapepsln at Once Steps Acidity, Gas, Dyspepsia. Indigestfon, HIRING HIGH SPOTS Macleod and Plncher Creek � are right up to the crown honors in the Victory Loan campaign. Secretary Duncan J. Campbell, of the Macleod' executive has wired the Herald as follows: -. "Our objective, $180,000; subscriptions to date $174,000. Prospects are \ lor reaching $200,000." ~^ And Plncher Creelc is doing tine. Undigested food! Lumps of pain; belching gas, acids and sourness. When your stomach is all upset, here is i* stunt relief-No waiting!. The iupwouc you eat a 'tablet o) tv/o of Pape's DIapepsin all the indi gestlon pain and dyspepsia distress stop. Your disordered stomach will fee) fine at once. These pleasant, harmless tablets ol Pape's Dlapepsln never fail and cost ' very, little at dj-ug stores,-^Advert? Canada Asks Us All For More Money Money has been the backbone of the war-because it has been the money loaned to Canada which- has kept the boys in khaki supplied with clothing, food and ammunition. Now with Victory almost in sight, Canada asks us all for more nioney. Put^Every Dollar You Can Spare in VICTORY BONDS You are not only helping Canada'in her supreme hour of triumph.. You are also taking up the most desirable and safest investment in the veorld -an investment bearing interest at S>i/i. This space made aoailable for the use of Victory Loan by courtesy of The Norlh-ufesI Biscuit Co., Limited, Edmonton j8 \i Used By /er 300000^ eople annually; This Country Auwi; ToWpBuilpUp THEir^HEAygi Strength And Endurance Look around at the men and women is enough to tell the ones with plenty you meet m a single day. One glance of rich, red blood, strength and physical energy to back-up thelr-mental pov/er and make them a success In whatever they undertake. Dr. James Francis Sullivan, forrter-ly physician of Betlevue Hospital (Outdoor Dept.), New York and the Westchester County Hospital, says that to help make etrong, keen, red-blooded Americans there Is nothing in his experience which he has found'SO'valuable as organir iron-Nuxated Iron. It often increaseti the strength and: endurance of weak, viervous, rundown people in two weeks' time; It is eoii^:^8hiii�!taii,'>-others: Nutated:^I^nil8 dlspensaA'ij all good - drtigglBts, 1^^^^ " in this city by,, J. D. M Co(.. "^litd.^'^aruKirlBts.-^i 17865340 07 ?52899 B5?? ;