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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - November 14, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE EIGHT TT1F. LETHBniDGE DAILY MER.\I.!? THURSDAY, NOVEMBER _ 14, IfflK TRIBUTE TO THE RED WAR TROPHIES FOR ; CALLS HIMSELF GROSS AT GQMMBtCE CANADIANS WILL 1 (Pwcini to tin rr�inidi Commcrco. Nov. 11.-The Commerce Brunch of tho Hud Cross Society has j discontinued the wordily meetings I during the epidemic of influenza. This ' branch la without work now owlni; to ! tho ruling that no mi>ro shipments of supplies nro to hp i.in-Io during tho prevalence of tho epidemic. Tho annual reports show that since this branch boftan ivork last J.inuiiry until the eOth (if Sepl'-tr.her, -*>*" nrti-| oler, have been mad" and forwarded. BE PRESENTED But No Requests Can as Yet l>e Considered Says Official Statement A rncent Red Cros.i drive for fund:- | resulted in eip'it :i-*w life member* be.; \m: added The nR'-.nhcrfdiip f"cs to- , pethcr with other donations ami the j proceeds of a sale of farm product netted the society the -s'�u of j;-.', Taoso par'.ioin.i'lap in the drive '-vor-c : Messrs. Moid. Holers. Ucllrov. Wei- ! sand. I'liidy. Crofts and Patterson, j The life merabTS are: Mrs. \V. H. Oliver. Mrs. R 1!. T.'.IVitt and Dorothy B. Ciilletto of Commerce and W. J. Hunt. A. K. Hunt. A. n. Hunt. Oshonie ; Ostbo. and .1. II Wyman of Iron r Springs. ; This branch now boaMa of riehtern 1 life members. | Koltowliic If an extract from li let-  ter from Mary Pinfcham. honorable secret.iry of the Alberta Provincial Uranch. received recently by this branch. "We were perfectly delighted to read the report of year \o.tr'� work, also to not" what �p!ondid jiicc->nd aome way of conveying to them all our prateful thank? and appreciation for their splendid co-operation, ilnrins tho past year and wc feel they must be proud to have offtcrn. who are working ->o untiringly in the inures:-! of the R�v| Cms* worK. "Vi'a note the Commerce Junior Ausiliar)- ha� been orpani/ed and w.on Mfely. "With kindest regards and ui^htnp yon every possible sti. 0"�?. 1 reman. "Yours faithfully. "'MARY PINKIIAM. Honorary Treasurer and Join: Secretary, All'-rta Provincial Uranch." ^etwcpn thren and four hundred children or'/har.ed by the Influenza upldemln ar� being cared for by New-York City. For Constipation Carter's Little Liver Pills will set you right over night Pur�ly VegeUbU f%. SwO D*m> Satil ftUm Carter's Iron Pills WD rwtor* oolof to tha faca* of i who lack Iron In the otood, peopla 4m> Ottawa. Nov. 1-'..- In view of the numbt . of retju.vts r- aeiv.d at nU!l�fa he:i-.lc,u:irters for allotments if v-ar trophies lo provin. cs, ".nun� t;�>:� 1.i;� -and various public invito*. st ; � �: -s i . -1 out that iroplii'v .hi : w;.r ma'.-rial will bo dealt with in  rrfannp v.-.th a i-Oirslderert plan and that it is imp'Ws-ihle at the present j'.isjctnfe to a I with any a.tcli application-.-, or re.jCe -'a. Wloui t.':e v..?: .hi;. ai::t ( v.r.r iimI-t-ial is assen.hied and a proper division made, there urolou! todly will be a very lar^e tuuul.-r of trophies shipo-d to Canada for pr- -ervallon as a permanent raemoria! of the arhii v--noi.'s ! of Canadian lroopj It is hoped lhat I a Piii'ablo build.ns t an bo |-,rov"le-l j for tli" reception of a repi-p^ei\ti,t,ve | national collectio:;. Wlvt! S':!e.t'>ns for 'his have been maie. ;.i-re w:H still remain a larc-- miat'. � r of :ro;o-;i-s the property of the Canadian people land these m ill be distril-ute.t to prov-' ineej. iiti. - an-1 �>�!> r niiKii, pa':: :� ; ' applymc '�r th-'m un'> and li'lT. two shipments | of trophies to Cinola ware made and ;' it third was r! : : ... : trol of the v..' a;;-  ... A::o-Mt-at Tru�t wan it.:.- an] %e,,-r.-.v , tottl" �pe.ll,,. , the inter-f-.liird f�,..-i , ,,ui:, .! sl., . the food eontriillf-r �'ad whi. h a.: -buy in the world's t.'iar'i'.t-'s �.ts : tu t;. t.'.i if Tie .-s-sry a!.! '.no.-.J !., .,'.!- �,, ; ri.-l-;l!u!-'u Jil'lliH fur i.>i;-'ir;..-.-. Am KysiU Willi lnteft. will f. but w mrn-al be pi lam oil le.: the C-a nil i Am-; Ti bac Tl!" that ' oerdr.m. Nov. -AeeordinR to n advices the Cerman officers ormer Kuiperor William will he e.l at Arnlf.-im. The emperor at be a-';ci! !c. cive his parole, ill be si!-ii!ly assumed under n i>} '.*..%�ton. ^oiue freedom will �in.tied him. Kaiser Now a "Count." �'�'n. Nov \. Uijll.uid will per-mi i loiioniiollert*. to remain ;a:t -o:i - n lae same ieinis of ;-. '- rthe- li tell oiliO'TS Of nr..!!! .iaay i!c ':a.- taken tho : -. ��m' Willi tin 1 lehi'iillern � .'\t  .' : 'i b'lv .;n . -t.ilc and :: in ': � >ii 1:; 1. aecord iuc to an a-ia-a: .V.�f t.-'.) *> tile la-clntn^o E SEAS 1ST BE Ml bi :?.i rty which was '.t i,i ! 1 - y.-.-tcrday I 1 -1 III.lt he IVi "Hi i| .1 fllddell -1 ir.-lll t'.'O IVi'."; ,;. iV.TIIllli'11! .: him \>i e- "iiii::;."Iate William a- 11. ro a.rd hi t aiu'e. 'lo- nn::i-: C.i  t. laai- :..>! I -.n-.t i-iv-ti \� .irty ii'iii'lo-^ .ro;;' ;'.:�' ma-of it - m be t-eitardi'd a Ills ; for ,:  H-d! itt.l, say^ Miat y v. : . n, t a flight, accord-- .-.'i \:t: -n di patch to ;he T> 1- i I i � i! �; >r: ure from .!:� > t -'::! by a de i not Join with the Hits-hoi llol hevi'-i. I I'kraine should teturn to iwrnnl conditions rapidly after 'ho ;tlaok Sea ia opened. It is sitppo--� d to have ado-'. (|iiate store= of grain for its own n'-e. ' MaJor-C.ene-al W. C C. ircri.= , for-I mer sunreon-i;eneral of the f. S.  army overseas, has tie,- o nrnl" a prand 'officer of th... Order of the Crown of Italy. DECLARE TERMS - FORCE GERMANY PROTEST AGAINST ARMISTICE Basel, Nov. 14.-Declaring that the new democratic state of Bavaria I* not responsible for the faults of the old regime In Germany, a manifesto has been sent from Munich to the new federal government of Germany, nskinfl that complaint over the conditions of the armistice bo sent to the enUntc powers. It Is Bald that tho terms agreed to by Germany In stopping hostilities arc of such a nature as to prevent rapid re-establishmout of order in Bavaria. Paris, Nov. 13.-A declaration sent to th" French government early this week by tuc C.erman envoy.s who went to Marshal Foeh'n lie:nli|iinrters to siirn the armistice between the allien and Germany has been published here. It pnitest!! nKalnsl some features of the teruiK agreed upon by the Ciurmnnn and which they objected verbally at �their first nieetltu; with Marsha! Koch. Tho declaration r*�ds: "Thc Gorman ftovernment will naturally make eyerr effort to aid In th� currying out of the obllcattdni imposed upon It. Its onroya recognise that on certain points ii conciliatory sipirlt h�fl been .ahown townrd tholr Bugges-lloin. They enn, con�oriuctitly, con-HlUor Iho observations which thoy euh� mlttetl on Nov. !), referring to conditions of tho armistice and tho roply thoy rocoivod on Nov. 10, as forming; nn lntogrnl part of tho comploto convention. "They can not, however, permit any doubt to exist on tho fact that tho shortness of tho delay flaed for evacuation and tho havdlng over of Indls-ponslble means of transportafton threatens to provide a atata of affairs which, without tho German government and people being �t fault, may render tho execution of th� conditions of the armistice impossible. Tho cn-jvoys further consider It their duty, referring lo their reiterated verbal and written declarations, to state once moro with thn utmost ennrgy that the execution must throw tho Gorman people luto anarchy. "After tho public .manifestations which preceded the. laying down of the armistice conditions might have been expected whlrh, whlla giving our adversaries full military aecurity. would have put -nn end to tho sufferings of r.oii-eonibatant women and children. Tim German people, which for fid months line held out against a world of onemiwi, will maintain it� liberty and unity in spite of ovary violence" Acto-upanied Kaiser. lae. t, ., v ,v | ! ,\ ,)ti,|.atch tn the !> *' :1 f -a Maarn. llol.and, "ayn tii.lt e':..:i-: !oo,e wt'.> ilCC OI1I pa tl I C-, , a. (1 :.- ,'.1. von liruik- ilier.:. i.-u !,!:.' .': .>-.-; v ei Cri.'-a.m.in. Til - . ..;.-. ; : ' i f -1;.- |i,,!lv \lail i.i> . .-' a i r ,  a -' ' ' � '"I mer eaip.-r.ir i- i'.' '- '�' - ' -I an "f li- ,ui-n h - ti -.  r .-: !�)-. rid � a:;d offli : t ('!(.. ail i ia tl.e party '� -> >>t. .'tl..,-. i'.i-ii von . � i '' I e|[l -.Oil V. llif. .it; i live ,rr:-....l or -he p-i- i BREAK IN COTTON WAS CHECKED a NoV It Speculative ft- . Ct-o, ,!, tl..- New y i�rl- 'I'-lrinp-i ha� tin- di Krltiilf !..n ' � ... : .a-id,trie, l,o.,r.| ii : . a.airmail of tin- , aa. � !�. - 1 the ;n liott to. i' !.- . !  i '.ii-:. 1: !..... i,- -:..-:: v-iliai,' y,-.|,-r.l,iy t I :u.,i kit tu fall two; VICTORY LOAN 1918 It is the duty of every citizen to purchase Victory Bonds, and this Bank Is prepared to assist wage earners by making loam, for this purpose at 5#%, being the rate the bonds bear. Wherever possible, the bonds will be held for safe-keeping, on behalf of small subscribers, for one year, without charge THE CANADIAN BANK OF COMMERCE 4 =t-I - r: -~\ f-.:'., -�n- i to- e . 'i 01 u.-ir.-.i-t :..- !.. d b> t :  .in I (>a ih,. ex . iia:;^.- .-.t hal r.t-; ped ill ipi-i.-ulutiiin- ftom lli to Iff) .iuK or a (!-, lille Of ' | ,-�, clo-iliir the p-ib!!-., ton of >y tl�. con.-a d.-tii- f '1 e v- a a iii a--.ae. .a-ian ; he.-.,,. l.t |- 1 i. -..t.-iai'i-: \ I--.it .';v.- -. . 1; n.: 1 :o- o . - : i -.1 a:.., a.......;..J . �.--. ,:, St 1.j'-:- i, .phia if 580 . kav: Rf(c- a. -on. TMlft-3y.-..l.!.AVAL Mi i tswitr AhOftHT i CvikfUJ i VICTORY BONDS An Investment Recommended By Every Bank In Canada Th� only rtal difference between twenty $5 Government bills anl a flOO Victory lior.d is, tl.at the Victory Bond pay* 6>i^ intereat. The ieeurity ii exactly the tame. Behind both bill* und bond ard tha total resources of the Dominion. Leaving all sentiment aside, It would be Impossible It to And ft mora desirable investment U.111 tho new Victory Bonda. TH? M?RCHANTS BANK MftadOfRcatMonti^aU OF UnHBRlDGB BRANCH. MONARCH BRANCH, W�BLEFORU BRANCH. - CANADA Eitablisbed 1 c.04.   It. J. DINNINd, MuiiatSer. V. A, Klll-HI.Y, Acting Manner. M. A. KIU'ATKICIK ActiuJ lsi*:x*ixt. f '.��1: Or C0MT6L PATROL VK/Jf.LI WAtfitD MO/TLt hi' li -JYAL NAVAL CAfiALbIN VOt'JHTELafi.* How Many Crowns for Your nor FN? Of course every city, town and district will earn its Honor Flag. But how about the crowns? For every twenty-five per cent, in excess of its quota, each city, town and district will be entitled to add a crown to its flaqr. Can you do fifty per cent, better than your quota-that means two crowns for your Honor Flag. But double your quota and it means four crowns. Hang a flag in your hall, that for years to come will show that your city, town or district did better than well- That it was a real factor in the huge success of CANADA'S VICTORY LOAN 1918. l>;-,uc-