Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - November 14, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta
THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 14, 1918 THE LETHBRTDGE DAILY HERAU5 PAGE FIVK TOTAL TLU CASES NEARLY 18.000 Wednesday 2550 New Cases Reported-Help Needed by the North ISdmont.on, Nov. 14.-On linhnlf of lift hmilth department ami provincial Imbllc. office* of lionlth nt both CalfMry nnd Edmonton the. minister ludny mndq tho following statement: Tho number of cushp already report d, 16,4.12; New cases rnpnrtod, 2650; eHaict tJael \ Wkfh CftM These sheep �r� in the rery beat of condition and uiitei be aold Immediately. No fancy �ricee aeked. Absolutely no cull* In Nock. - *OR PARTICULAR* APPLY 411 Mk Avtaua SMtk r rW 1SS3 Inquiries elicltee). inepeetien Invited. 383-3 ports had already been received, aro as follows: Athabasca 13, Brule 65, Bonnyvllle and district 36, Champion and district 20, Calgary city 81, JCdaon ;13. Forest-horg 18, Orand Prairie ���, HoIrIci- 15, LflthhridBo and dlHtrlct lfl, Maclnoil 1.1, nndcllffe 10. Sturgeon M. D. C3, 9hopa>rl and Langdon ".0. General Situation. VW �ro Moroly In need of workers in the norlhorn half of the province. The liattlo seems now to bo. �t Us j fiercest. Calls occur from" many points for further help. The skeleton of the organization seunis to be pretty perfect, but. over mtiny iitrulchus we have but a thin firing line where we Hhould have h reul army of worker*. There is no law compelllriR any of the officials to report the number of 1 casea of slcknoss, nnd therefore the I flgiirea we have been giving, uk often ; xtatnd. are merely indicative of the fpreail of tlM flu', i We urn wiring itll meniberK of the ' local lerjlHlature. however, today to send us in ;i fair natlm.'ite of Hie null). \ her of flu' canes thus far In their districts and the number of deaths. The number of deaths, of course, will be accurately obtained at the end of each month, from the officials whose duty It Ik to report such. A special effort is Itulng made today through the officials of the public health office at Calgary to release a* many workers as possible and send them north. Notea of Interest. The mayor of Medicine Hat. under date of November 12th, wrlres that there had boen 21 cases nuarantlned and 61 cnaoe released In Hip prlo/ three days. Yesterday the splendid relief committee at. Medicine. Hat met i and unanimously sent a roquest through that there should bo no meetings next Sunday but tbelr action had j been anticipated. Tho mayo.- whllT writing, had before him reports from .Tames Robeiieon. rond foreman, who travelled the south country, and Jns�e I Hlnhop, thn road foreman who travel-(led th� dlstrlrt to the north, and he ! adde. "1 think I can now safely �ay t'i1 I you that the organization created In the country adjacent to Medicine Hit haa the epidemic w�ll in hand " I We mention* some charges made fo* j dl�lnf�rtlng rooms that appear t doctor surely ha* 1 lexers) Justification to charge 13.'. for j disinfecting a eeTeo-roomed house ( There) will be some aftermaths nil ' along tho line. If people here been do-| Ing unreasonable things, and taking i adTentage of people In distress. It ' ought not to be forgotten that the lo gielature t^ontroU the medical act. the pharmaceutical act. snd all �r Mi> hoo.l Ua� done �pl�HJIil work. Pur e% smple. in all rooming hotue*, hoieU. j ele . every incipient e*�e was cleared on � moment's notice, and there �n i Intelligence and rigor �n actfon al! , along the line Hpeaxing generall-j of the whole province, reports from ; pracHrally �very point call for no-' thing from this department but .a �: ANTI-SEMITIC RIOTS El Two Thousnnd Employes of the Military Service Kranoh Out of Jobs Ottawa. .Nov. 14.-Some 2,'iitti employees of the military servlci- brtinch throughout the Dominion me to )>.� released Hhortly. unless uiiexpected de velopnients occur. Sufficient Ht:iff will lie retained 'o Uceji orgniilz:it!nn together for any nied whi'-li mU;ht n\\.->': fill the conclusion of peace. The Military Service mi wiir. suspended riini" days �kh. Stockholm. Nov. 14 -The Jiiwjah press report.- tli.il anti Semitic riots have hruken (,ut. In several towns in western Oallcin a.nd in Poland: Six .lews have, been killed .tt sind-Tic, fifi miles .-o\;tiiea-t of Warsaw. > ? : ? � > ? : ? : ? : : : L! CREDIT FOR ITALY TO ERECT STATUE OF Tl: !i"\vly-f(ii-m-v. of .which Washington, Nov. 14.--A ciedit of $100,000,0(H> fvr Italy was announce.I today by the treicoiry. This will lie used largely to pay for food.--tuff> ami war supplies already ordered by the Italian government in this innnlry and in process of manufacture or export. Italy's uKKi'ogati- loans from tin". rniti'd States now amount i,, $i,|i;m,. (ii)li.oeo. and those of all the allies $7. |il ",!i7'i,tJth!. CARE OF NORTH SCHLESWIG Copcnhngcn, Nov. 14.-North Schlcswig newspapera are publishing no appeal signed by 32 Danish associations demanding that Gcrmnny, nt the peace negotiations, settle the North Sc'nles-wiy question on the basis ol the right of tclf-detcrminatlon by all peoples. EMPE EVIUtY SOLDIEfl HAVE A JOB New York, Nov. 14.- Every Ain-eric-in soldier and sailor will find h'r, o!c! job awaiting h'm upon his discharge from service, according to a statement issued here today by Stephen C. Mnson, president of the National Association of Manufacturers. Copenhagen. Nov. 13-,\ demonstration by the Syndicalists against the Imprisonment of some of tlielr partisam; today resulted |, rioting. Home street cars were wrecked and nt places the tracks were torn up Shopkeepers In home districts were compelled to close. The leaders called a general slrlk-. but numerous trade* In Copetiliapen and the provinces continued workitu: A strike of firemen, however, "topped shipping. London. Nov. II ed Ariitlo-Aiiiericaii io,i i the nuke of ConiKumht has decided to nak fr. -pi>-nt Wilson,; to honor the society !c. allowlm; it to erect, his statue In London simultaneously with the statues, of Washington nnd Lincoln, which have already been offered by the l.'nlted Stat. � Viscount James Hry� . form, r Hrit Isli atiibassador to rTic liiited States, is deputy president of the society, while Mr. Lloyd Oeort'e. former Premier Asipillh nnd other men nromin. nt 111 llrilisll public, life arc \jce.pre.s|. ' .|e,,,s. STEAMER BURNED; THEN SANK San Francisco, Nov. . of i and Lieut. All i-i t Ma'. Killed :> Karrie l-'o-ld t airplane jn which tin-, a lot illKhf f.-ll in t KILLED Nov. 14. Lieut. Last Si. Louis, r. S.I I., were laj ttlicu the -.'ere in;-',;lll|; ft. > Ceneva. Nov.. 13-Charles, the for-; met- emjicror 'if Austria, and Zita, his ' wife, accordint: to the Vienna news-j p.-ip.-r.s. left Vienna late |,|St nljchl on i a. sp,.|'mi train. They are expected to | cross the Swisr. frontier today m i f'.tiehs. on the lert hunk of the Rhine. J The [ormot Austvian emperor an.l ] enijiretis prouably will reside In ;t I town on the Swlj-s shore of Lake t.'on-| nance mil II peace has been signed. j LIFT THE BAN . | Washington. Nov. 14. -T.ie war . ' indusirli-" hoard today lifted the ban 'on tr^iie Exhibits. Automobile, furnl-� tore and sliiiihir .show.-! have been [iro-hihited or cancelled sinci the United ! States wenl I o war. HIGH COMMISSIONERS Paris, Nov. 14.-The cabinet today considered questions concerning the organization of Alsace-Lorraine under French occupancy. Three high commissioners were appointed. They are Georges Mar-inqer, commissioner-general of naval security for Qtrassburg; Albert Tirman, state counsellor for Met*, and Henry Poulct, state counsellor for Colm.ir. OPERATING AGENTS FOR FRENCH GOVERNMENT Victoria. Nov. 14. Tin- annoum e. ment Is made that tin- Tlionidykc I Tteiiholm company of Seattle has ! been appointed operating aitenM for nil vessels under i on t in tIon in Ilrifish Columbia1 for tin l-".-�inh government. jpproxinKi;. ii her. Oflices will be opci-ill Victoria by the , , :, lion with the twenty , it 'teiitners beliiK 1ml Koiindat Ion company o! bin and an ofllce will nt Vatu ouver when \ er tntiii.iKe are uml. r i Tlil-l lo a similar post In (i.-aka. Home women eniiduetor-� city of .Mon'rfi.y, capital i,f t'.e S!V. uf Nm-i.i I.- in. a party of t'tr�e t'?"tn litctii oil proai .(.-r . wVi bid :n�'l�- lhl4iiin ttjv>T�> I w.iV ttiih � and ttle tine- i*itiv.nn. | �.�.- three weeki They only travelh-l i.y iU\ .mil trri|-.iniitlv mule i-tirn W fill lc�t' al.l rri i'r;|t|lill I :-> tlie" with ti�. "�'.�!-ti> I hoi �> ejtrr p���!nr. thr,".:e!i Motn.-r^y LABOR AND PEACEFUL PROSPERITY Adler-i-ka Helps Her! The J.,,1, r.a;e,lo. Texas. N'o\ H Aiuerlrati labor coni. r.-in c gatilieil here tmlay. � ''� 'ii step toward th'* �,s,.!h]i�!iiiii,iil of in du�trl.il �olldarlt)- tnrmirni.ut tlie We�teril brml�ph�Te Pri-llmltiary mei.||iiK� held je�ti-r-day pointed niu to i|>" delegate who repn sent the Vniie.l st.r.hii;,,,lta j. , j,r ,t people generally have fu\.ghl and i.:e n,. |,�nd of tl>e jiuvjI itatnitig �t�t;..n ttghtitig !!i� flu', but we now sgiin �i lireat |j.l. lie i clttrr*. y�-ar� ul.l uud (his IN'u uiAii's Iguorau. �J him ir.�in givjiis ....., I-------- idv:- GRANTS APPLICATION. Ottaw*. N"�, It- fee r*i)W4> tear.I In a jn ifcii.rni mii..'.'I down toil.�y rrtiii!* tl"- .ippl!n�tlon of tie in-inii i pal cor;�,r4Ho.-:-> of tlie clt|..� of *om" real. Ttirt.n'- i.tii| IUmtll..n nd l.v the Into:, . > .iiiaitl.in M uiil. i,. jut ie i (or jn e;.|.--. .i'.r.-i ;ctg i,i:i�cr> tc: ;.. 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N'i.v M--The Moinreul plllirll .llr Ut� ill .1.'1U� llr,'4Ui.' itic ftolr/'�ll;e!,! his Iffueed IO pldce lllelll Oil tile = wait '4i will he � After using Adler-I i,a ; iv wife Is was or- uhle to do her own liiiii...".o.ri; and did dellnlt. all liousc.-|e..tiitif. Th" soreii'-i--; an-l pain In her "id- disapp-ar.-d " i Signed > W. II Itr.lb iker. S.ilina, P.i Adhrl'k.i >-jpil-i Al.l. g.ci :.nd : our-ne-t. stopping Moiii.ii h di-tre^s IS STANTLY Kmptle. llDi'll upp. i and lover bowil. Ihihin;: KNTIIIK Hlltie fitnrj' ratinl l(..m.ivi" ALL foul matter whl.-h pol.etis sy t.-m. (nun I'l Hl-rS ;.|.-i a few driip.i on the ti-hder, mliliiK corn and iiiMuiniy tin- i>.irel��-�� Is re lie Veil, lllld *oo!l till. .mil is so .-.UriM-lid 'hit It litis out *tlh�ut 1 jMi It Is a 1,1;. i.y -ut.st-m.-e ' Which lilies whYll Uppll ->l illld Level ll.f 11: i.-1 "I i-.CIi IrritJ'e-i the adjoin . tllg IltSUc T'Uta �ii:.o\i-ry will prev.nt thou-lanl-j ot i|e4ths a'iiiuallv from luck rc-iiiltiiK 1 irotii tha !>iiit-id.i] habit I > orlei AlUerticelll.-lit. of cutlillK t If'! ..Mil! it .-/ !�ii.i-i. v.. frvii: chanc? town tallies, dud all f-'if i(j. "lo u'.tn 011 uatch yui* ri'^r'tiiiiV- '�, t ''M-il't i'.rtn-j o�r *ntditr*' hMrts u/t7 lu\: for bursting fhrtipntl und thr unsf:n 1'f In pity blind them from 'he si-lhi i � //.o fu-ld. ".Way Phritt Hiimtif "t Paradise r�'..vit�- th,: ..ki',- ef tl vho past through death. "Let not oar soldiers ever doubt that they shall o(vro//i(?'t. "'/'() surgeons and dressers give slreuifth that kwn. n; tadiiiy, and *'fri/' that stiffen not from desperate haute. "To tired men give time to rest. "Pity the poor beasts of service wn-t suffer for man's icrong. "For us at home, let not that open diamc be ours, thai tre forget io caxe the sufjeringt of the near and dear of brave, men in the figttt-i/ig line. - "0 Thou who tnaJeest human hearts the cltanml of Thy answers to our prayers, let loose a flood of sym[kithy and he!p for children and their mother* who wander desolate and suffering, leaving i.recked hotiits, and fields, and gardens trodden under ruthless feet. "With Thee, who^ufferest more V--xn alt. may we uith reii-niue Thy burden share, for all are Thine and in Thine image made. They, too, are Thine who caused the wrony. "0 Father, may this war be mankind's last appeal io force. Grant from the stricken earth, sown with Thy dead, an everlasting flame of peace shall spring, and all Thy world become a garden, where the flowers of Chriiit shall grow. "All this we beg for our dear Elder Urother's sake, Who gave Himself for those lie loved. JEHUS CUKIST, ear lord. Amen." WADDINGTON'S AUCTION ROOMS Private Sale Tomorrow, Friday FURNITURE nt 0,1 dining Kiiltn; oak dressers; brasn p:ii:g .Mid felt niu'tri'Nn; PIANOFORTE In 1� a blB snap; Kld- li'.chidlng � Qu.utcr hell, complete h lib coll MAHOGANY CASE, $120.00. 1i1u Itintrumeiit ridge I ii op JI .-nt Sewing Mm blue; round extending dining table; DAVENPORT: mangle nod 'a ringer; ciiblne. .si-wIiik machine,; two Inn nil oil Hove with oven; b�-ds, ^prlnK* and innttreie-. 5 pairs Ladies' Boots, sizes 3 V*i to 7; alio quantity Furs and Coats AtL AT AUCTION PRICES ' 2.00 TILL fl.00 P.M. TOMORROW If YOU have furniture to *eli. ace mo first, 1 have nil interesting proposition to make you. FRANK WADDINGTON A HONOR FLAG J : i 'it Canadian Government HAS H�IP�D TO UGNTCN THE BUROtNOf TRANSPORTATION OU� TO THE WAR, OY TH&PUR' CHAU OF.- 260L0C0M0TIVES AND ABOUT 1 �000FREIGHT C\RS THESE HAVE BEEN LEASED TO THE DtFF&iCftT SYSTEMS TO Aim* OBTAINING SATISFACTORY DELI VERl� VICTORY LOAN HONOR FLAG Awarded to the community or district that secures its objective. 45100?5? 58091?