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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - November 14, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta B;VtoI^ UP IN^KTORY BONDS lethbridge, aSSr �ITHURSDAY, NOVEMBER 1^, 1918 number 284 SiJiATMEND 0FD{TflBER.19j4 1 ' Aflmiratty; Now Admits that fiig BflttlMhip Wai Xpst- ^ ^ toiig Co^tr^may i ^ About It .ttfndpii,; Nov. IS.-The Admiralty toqight' mukei Ita official 'aniiounoamontef the leaa of the \ ibatjHaahla-^Audaofeua, which -tank "iftOr atrilclhg � mine off tho'^north Irlah coiM on Oct. 27, 1�14. The loaa of/thi battleahip offlelally waa'K^pt ji aoorat at the urgent re-i^uoat.if threommancic^ln-chlef of the Bratitl fleet. Faopl^e wiMremember the many con. 'Jedtni'aiiV'virtiliBhed In the Herald diir- ' In* "the. tatter part of 1914 aa to the fat!e Of the-AxidfeciouB: The report waa ^it:jmi:\iiX^^^ ttat: sh� ��� bwa Wnlt^and ttikae reporta were - �nf�Kfe; -Admiralty. Tho-ieHs ofAthf Audaiiioua waa one of ;,t)l�,iBy|tln:le\�^^tay^�eiiMi. anch the number ^, '^ waa a battleshfp of A-Prdcldmation �?�/ � . v.. ' � . "  ~ /. 'S.I- G.ySr�it, LUuUrmU-Qovemor Canada; Province of Alberta:' George'the Fif,th; by the Orace of Ood, of 'the UMfd Kingdom of' Great Britain and Ireland, and of the Britislf, Dominions beyond the seas. King, Defender of the Faith, Emperor of Indidi' .i PBOGLAMATION: i To all Jo whim' these presents, shall eome. Greetings'. J. R: Boyle,' Attorney-General,^* � Whereas, t^nddy^^tUe'seventeenth-day of Noyettiber, hq^ be'en appointed a day of solemn national thanksgiving for the victorious termination of. the war throughouVthe Dominion of Canada. : - Whereas, an epidemic of influenza is prevalent'throughout the province of Alberta and vigorous measures have been taken, by the health department and all',\ officials, provincial and - loedl;, connected therewith', assisted b^^'itheiieople gener-aily to prevent Me .-^f reading of same, and, ^"�^j.rt- '-i * :Wher40s,: mch^^yikditutes include ihe closing' op- theatres andrMSMk^jjinatitutions, g,Ti4 the prpjimtionjofthe congregating, of tJie^feoplirin'aBseinbk^es, and, ^ Sj }yhereas, it-^isifldmable 4hat the holding of su^'^^^^y^ of � thanksgiving should >be-g.i^{ti{tiifie when the EVERY BOND A BjOOSTi the Ktas.^bwrse type,'launched in'��onZe mau safeli';gather to partic- il(i'lrmi�eat:^�^ ifi't^^lineh^^KunB. '. . fheToifTcl^U^dmiraUy Jlsts aa^ pub- the^ahlm.^U'th'^' actire naral Hat right us;to tM end 61 the-war. sirMe,, � ^i-'\i,j~t: NOW KW^^Ei^mai^by and ^ with ike advice 'ihdr consent of our rthe,Aud�clous.ag one oliezicutive coiikhUAOf i^JUiB,.ftiU MiulinK and Mr. ThOB. S.dU>we iavMttlnR the pace (or the./outalde^^diatrfoti' 'irilh^a/total ot nine andiaihaltthbuaihd and Bays he is g- Plnih^r C^aok'a flecerd Finqh^r :preek. Noy 14.-Our ap-p^c^tipna'laiitjn^ ^mounted to one �ki^idtMi.MjlJeDur4Ben;..tbouBa flye kuadired t(^i^.>'.,We have'at Ikaet ' anEihmaaiaA,9iyMra:of.'age;'a�^�'. 1'i!T�>kaadMd' honor.Lothbridge'a heroea? I �f thb�Victory Lethbridge can the great record an end tOcXalaer-;hem to come back nod of financial 'nation and a city nity to fit them-lity during.'peace that p^agerlty^ . aiaks iWqirk'.'. e polnL-i�lal. apurt bpflbr-way, alx:^;Aifaffa^rjederioh Bbwt. '  ^ Foreign Afta{ra:^H^io V^ai."" , Kinaaoa ' and' ;r-,'c6)QnVkB-'Pbllipp SM|keidea|iann.;;: .;V!;:^';�'��i;;:'�� ^DflinobillBation,v.Ti^ansport, .Justice aad Health-WtUielki 'tHtlmani. . Publicity, Art anil'l^Iterat'ure^ Herr Laadaberf.' -,. ���::^.;;'A''^'t-p' � Social PoJiey^I�(i\iard B^rtTi. ^ . Announcement ^oJC-tiialmambers of the ^kirt'i aaa Ma fam^ affaeled, ^ 9t Mrt�d the i% tag the'War, are Vcl^icliomann ai tk� JndajliBndehf4, bittriunta and UttxfjL-i^ tonopd to inkprl^l waa-'.editap ot and^.'l8 a.poBir ievi)d,ele__ th�t he'kad ttent'attariarai caj>ibet. / . MOIM Ottawa;'NoVi totheoltii tlniancie dej^rti thi tiret to reoi(iv�) married hien' 175. Others af soon an the it dur-.,by Kbert, ibjlrg,' while ai^'Haase, ii:.ia.'^1lLre|chatag, ->aB aen-jWlll It mean Like everything else^,in the": great war that, for^the present at least, has passed away like an ugly dreani human nature has undergon'6 a change. Whether that change is only something in the nature of a revival, ror whether it has come to st^ Is one o� the thoughts which is uppermiis in\this time o� rellel from the hideoui strain of wi^r. War time has witnessed a call an^ a nation's response to service and sac-? rifice. Much of this has been genuine. But, again, it has to be said.ra certain measure of It has been artificial, in t^e desire ot the human clay Jthat IB within many of- us to hold a good place in the estimation of our 'tol, 44.-^The abdication of Leopold'IV., Prince of Llppe and Duka^Edward of Anhalt are reported from �eriin.' Thg^ latter has resigned the throne In faVor of his son, Joachin Ernest, who was born Jan. 11, 1901. WWiiependent ' ' � through .Monday i sfove'rn-:tfie 'LAllOR MINISTER TO QUIT London, Nov. 13.-r-The British l^abor party a^a conference today decided by a large majority to withdraw' Its ,membe)� from the-cabinet at theV cloae of the prea-ht parliament, whidh ia expected to' take place 8hoifestrQyJrig and pillaging coiitrary^ to the terms df the I, armistices.laccoVding to a French.!' mqfneria'lvwlfalfSd^meBBage received iibreMloclay." ~' '^Tjfe'mlifBsage, yvhieh Ta from Uto' * allied high) eommand to iihe-German-high command, says t(i,at the allied (Command-expects the Ger^ majr command to take -measures'.^ to atoi^ the violations. If the acta' increaae, it'is-added,, the allied command will take steps to'end them. . , ^Germans are � yjolating the armistice at different points and espebjally in: Belgium and in the region Sijf �Brussels. The'wireless message reads: � "From Marshal Foch to the German high commBiid:., . . "It has been receivea by the allied hlgh/c6mmand tliat at different points, especially in 'Belgium and more pavtl-culafcly.iU the Brussela region, the German troops are commilting acts of violence against bfae inhabitants and acts of-^destriictlon and pillage,-whic'i are clearly-contrary to the conditions of th? armistice;. � "Tlie .^allied command expects that the German command will, without delay, take measures necessary to stop these violations ot the conditions which have been, signed. I� the acts rtonot cease withtaia very short period, the aUied higB command will be ob]ii�d to take steps to put an end to tbeiii." � i " v.- of human 4iearts, no more to see the light Of ;.day?  Ton* thousand pifiW'fit it should be so! , "L'.hTitl Kot the least among the burdsns' which the war has placed on us^s t�e'; burden of sustaining that spirit-ol^j^l'-vice lahd' satHf ice .which- the waryMs. cr�hy you a^au^,^ u^^ J^Staekholm, .Mdv; IS^^Ruaalan Mttlaftaviki: forces J^rltiHdMhlng' on lidnian^.'Thay ana ^nawihraaten-: laa tl^a3Finnish'��ortt�rvibor�� 72 i^ta nerthp��l ef Mtregrad.^ LHAS lEEM CANCELLED Ottaws," Nov. 14.-The follo'wlng statement was handed out this morning by the m"lmster of labor: "On, the recommendation of the min-ister ot'labor, .laoing any disability upon 'the: large'-majority oC labor or-gani:;a|iion8'who had accepted tlie'government's, 'war'.labor policy, .as an-npuuoed. by pfi^wn-oouncU . ;^in July last and were .submitting alL their grievsncos-io th^ tribunals aesignatefl" which:-were boiag?operafeti with-perfect A,\i(i(^esB. ' .-.u' , I i "The 'iiio, atrl^a'r,jprder wap issjied-l only fot/tKo-piurpose of. jn,aintBin^g Industrtitv^pe'ace'd'urihV' tho"- coBtinu-ancevof.fWio' .war :'and Is - oancellea * 1)6'^ caUBe,Utfe��i- ae&r^ Us^ purpose and" iff no louger i}Qei)jMHy.';- . , ,-,,.,^ Pl^|ljfbfO PUKE ABDICATE j|iMl) ,fiioy, ^19.-The: revolutionary.'gevernmentB' at Mannheim, RaB^tt'.aWI.>^�id*!berg have sum-' � �^;A^='=if''^',':;:'J-;''. ; . � : Pin Your Faith on a Million And Then Get Busy And Get It-2 More Days to Clean Up Tomorrow, Friday, is the big day In the Victory Lean drive in � Letiibridge, and special prefiarat-ions are being made today for the disposition of tlie attacking forces to put Lethbridge over the n^ii-lion dollar objective. Chairn(an Baalim held a meeting with his worlcers last night. He, assured them that Lethbridge was goii^g to make it a million, and by way of proving It he declared thrt if the canvassers could get $50,000 on Fi?1day the big objective would be reached. On Tuesday night the total stood at $875,500. On Wednesday night it had mounted to $912,200. This was a net Increase for the day of $36,700. Mr. Baalim declared today he had $950,000 In sight, BO there is $50,000 yet to get, The advancing armiet have swamped Berlin. Gen. MacKay'a army last night reached $327,400 which is considerably, more than double its objective. Cen. Long-worth is ciosl^ng in on tha^$tDO,000 mark, having reached $90,100. Gen. Harris is coming along with $105,900, .whii/! Gen. MacbetH leada the foyea with $381,000. (Contmucdon Page Fifteen.) Toronto Lauds Ledibridge Lethbridge is In receipt of eonj gratui.atiohs all the'way "from Tdtt onto as a result,of this city's record of being the first AJberta city, and it is believed, the first city In Western Canada to win a third crown to its Victory Loan honor flag. The following,wire was received at Victory Loan headquarters this morning: A. G. Baalim, Victory Loan Headquarters, Lethbridge. , Heartiest congratujaiiona to city of Lethbridge from Dominion / executive on being the first city In Alberta to achieve ISO:^ per cent of objective, Entitling you to three crowns on your honor fiSg, In view of difficult eonditionapre� vailing In Southern Alberta oW-ing to crop conditions and the (n� fiuenza, your aucceas la particularly gratifying. The loan la going splendidly and la bound to ba a great succesB. E. R. WOOD, V Chairman Dominion Executive^ PliOF.W.M.EDWARi)S OEAOAIEMONfi suwijt.�.a >,,s4� ..... ......-------- 3erfflan , crown'prince haa arrived'In, Hal; Hand and has been ih'iterned.i.Theie,! adv.ices^ which are reg'ar^fed - aa = dej(lniteiy. disposing of VeiiortB' ' that the former crown prinbe had ' been killed, also said the fornter empress was expected shortly to join her husband and son in Hoi-'land. Copenhagen, Nov. 13-The former German Crown Prince la with hJs troops at the front, aecord.-ing to a dispatch from the semiofficial Wolff Bureau of Berlin/received here. London;;- Nov. 13.-The Brftisll foreign-office has received no*;Con- : firmatlon ^whatever of the rumora that the former/German crown prince, has been'assassinated, according to the Exchange - Telegraph company. i ^Is At Limburg . , Loudon, Nov. U.f-The' former-German crc.wn pnncB ;has not been shot; but is staying at the residence of: the governor of Limburg'at M^iastricht, the Daily Exgress says it. learns. Ho crossed the Dutch frontier, accompanied by a doyen intimate: uiilitary. associates. , , Soln of the^'ate W. ... , , ........^staia? i-BdtaoSitbh;jJWof: H.i^.--'* " wariTvpS-ofe'sror ot'telrli and^- _ al 'engrneering in the Universle^^df^A. berts, died in the Pembina teOtptinlh isolation iTospital a^ 7:30' ttald,'biiirti.. ing trom Influenza. Prof. X3dwtaklug,::a promlneiit"paH : in. the relief work, coniractMVcfha disease 1 some-day8.,ago and.nevar;recovered. He was a' gradiiate ot'McOill University and waa - Reported' To Be' Burning.v snit Pillaging Bfidi^sels-Bel^i^ii^'^^ S^^uts'HufryinK. There > Ghent, Nov. 12.'-Conflicting rumors as to the situation in Brussels-. reaph� ed this city.-- Reports are current that German soldiers/there have 8h'ot,th�iP officers and are burning and pillaging the, city. 1 , > i'-'-^ - Bblgian'advanoe scouts arenow/half way fr'om Ghent to Brussels: ::ShottMi reports pf the mutiny be confir|n�d;;%: flying column will,be sept to restprv' order ln'the�Belglan^capl^al.^^^.^^:^^^^i^^^^ ALLIED FtEEt A T -�,>r.: "London, Nov. 13.-7sf"%i;ip�l!w'�4'.-flftei.:^; arrived rOff.(,,CiytptaQ^1n|i|}ie^. today, having ,\pa88e4_)|hr6ugt\4,thft4 'Dardanelfea Tuesdayl'ths �^\jt^ aity ann.?uniee8..Brltiih..and. 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