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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - November 14, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta iTOtJFiSbAt; NOVEMBER 14. 1918 THE , LETHBRIDGE DAILY ,HERALI5 PAGE FIVE lOETLU CASES nS^ti WcdiifBday 2550 New Cases Report�^~lHeIp Needed by ^ the North JJdmontotii/Nov. On behalf at thi^ health depArtmeut Ut>Iic offices of health both Calgary and Cdmoiltbn the lAiniBter today ti^da tlieitoliowing'statement: The number of caies already reported, 16,432:;Ne^. caies reported, 2550; total to dkte, 17;982. Nineteen deaths 'reported yesterday. ' ThAre wer6 only two new places IkoweTer,, reporting the flu', namely .Coal Spur .with 11 cases and Dayeland 'With 31, .hut ;thls again is no correct Itfdlcatiqaf vhecause the reports .thus (ar indicate that they are rushed ia mt the end ^of the week, say from Friday until Monday, and then there is a falling oft for.the next few days. iTho most striking of the new cases repor^d 'ffrom, ppints from whl(;h re- I/' YOU OONt NEED TOGO l�iiMS�rlas,wlth that obstinate wie, If'lou will on r use Zam-Bulc-the great herbal akin cure! This balm, wing to Itt unique composition, ii tho very thing for sores and skin troubles that ihav* resisted ordinary treatments.\. i HMt HorbertCoz, of Port McKisoll, Ontario, writes: "For nine years I BuBered With an ahacewon my face, wbi^h WM both painful and disiSgur-irCt' I^had the abscess lanced rs beiatiis .#ors�. I was in'despair,when a friend got m� to' try >Zam-Pufc ; I soeih � noticed a marked -Ittprovement. Zain-Buk �esmsd^.te-gM to the vary root .of t^f .tronU�,'aad in �ho etid theab-seMprwas Mtlrety cured-not 'ovea 'la^kylng a-Vur.- This was a year; ago;:;^Alid tberj has been no rotura >of the tWnWe." f Zam>Pn1(^is,)Bot a alere olntmont, bpt/a'riei berSal/balm. TTnisausIIsd ' for ccsams, seal* sorts, rlngwerai, bbl)^' 'bad', l^fs. blsied'iiblsonliii,' 9ll�s,:euta, burns, sprains, scalds, ' al?draiiriii�^r.^ZwQ-Bnk,-.Co.i:' " '"staJlp'-ftr^post: 3 ED capable, energetic w^men /to t'asslsti district agents in tindtni/)lfladB.AWeU established iine:n�l�h�st class. Dlgni-.'tied .worlyf 'V(niol�' or part ^^to^arrange per-' ,8onal.;liillsM�w.. with anyone - Interesjif^, --..^ ARPLYHJfbk 65, HERALD ' ^ ' 288-6 Dorts had alrolidy been received, arc as follows: ; Athabasca 13, ,Bl;ule'IS6,^ Bonnyville and district 36, Champion and district 30, Oalgary city'81,'BdBon 33, Forest-berg IS, Orand Prairie 46, Heisler 16, liethbridge and district 16, Macleod 18, RedcUffe 10,~Sturgeon.M. D. 63, Shepa>d and Lang^pn 20. �. Qenaral ltMat^on. We are sorely in need 'of workers .In the northern half of the province. The�) battle seem? /how to be_ at Its fiercest.' Calls i occur from" many points for further b�Ip. The skeleton of the organizatioju seems to he pretty perfect, but overjhaay atrelches we have but a thin firing lino where we should have a real army ot workers. There is no law c6mt>ellti]ig any of the officials to report the numbor o� cases of sicknpBs, and therefore tlie'l figures we have been giving, as often stated, are merely indicative of the spread of the; flu'. We are wiring all members of the local legislature,; however, today to send us In a e Dominion are to ha released shortly, unless unexpected developments occur. Sufficient staff will, be retained to keep organization together for any need which might arise till the conclusion of peace. The Military Sfervico act was suspended flome days ago. * v,*     . � .C-* Tic, 55 miles southeast ot � Warsaw. I'' �, � ^'.-V � 9' ? ? WILSON IN LONDON HUNOHED MILLION CREOIIFORITALY �Washington, Nov. 1-4.-A credit ot flOO,000,000 for Italy was announced today by the treasury. This will be used largely to pay for food .stuffs and war supplies already ordered by the Italian government in this country and In process of manufacture or export. Italy's aggregate loans from the United States now amount to $1,160,-000,000, and those of all the allies $7,-912,970,660. STEAMER BURNED; THEN SANK Copenhagen, Nov. 13.-A demonstration by the Syndicatlsts against the Imprisonment of some of their partlzans today resulted in rioting. Some afreet cars were wrecked and at places the tracks were torn up. Shopkeepers la some distrtcts were compelled to close. The leaders called a general strike, but numerous trades in Copenhagen and the provinces continued working. A strike of firemen, however, stopped shipping. HIGH COMMISSIONERS Paris, ,Nov. 14.-The cabinet to-� day considered questions concern-ingthe organization of>^lsace-Lor-ralne under French occupancy. Three high commissioners were appointed. They are Georges Mar-Inger, commissioner-general, of naval security for Otrassburg; AI-'V bert Tfrman, state counsellor for V Metz, and hienry Poulet, state counsellor for Colmar. WITHDRAW CENSORSHIP Washington, Nov. 14.r-Wlth-drawal of alt volunteer censorship requests under which American publishers have been working since the United- States went to war was announced today, by George Creel, chairman of the committee on public Information,., after conferences with Secretaries Bak^r and Daniels of the war and navy departments. V, . � �-. ALU THE WAY BY AUTO There recently passed through the city of Monterey, capital of the State of NueVo Leon, a party of threeprom-inent oil promoters who had mljidethe entire Journey to that point froift: Chicago in an automobile.' The rec'orditf'i roVort ti^^rn'o^fglr^ IndloSes^hat^ ,\LTTl,^^^ - ty^JTii u^.-mA Wat�h Mail liv T>i- Mo �'"d tho tlmc consumed was three S h^aJI .�UnL F^r �� I weeks. They only travelled by day etc., evory^cIptent:cakkj� cle^ obstruction'or delay after en- ^" terlng Mexico within two days aftet Wanted for Mihe Office IntheUthbridgeDUtrict .p: .�appuv trubtb and quarantee - co., ltd. city , . iOltSALE i|lOO N�: 1 Yooiif Ew�t I Rtniboulet Ufl .Lmcoln  Crow''' ''' These sh�ePi.,ar�' in. the very iMft of :co^dl^|(Hi'and spld Immediately. :No; tansy> jribss askfta; Absolutely norcu}^ ;jrnJflocJc,,,ir:'i. '�' FOR PARTIOULAilB' APPLY ;^iOftftli Avenue Sotrth ; or,Phope 15S3 Inquiries �;Selioited. .Invited. InejMetion. \ ' 282-3 on a moment's .notice. Intelligence and vifor in action all aloirg the line. Speatcing generally of -the) whole province, reports from practically every point call for nothing from this department but commendation for t)ie zeal with which the people, generally have fuiight and are fighting the Hu',, butv we now again ask tho most faVored sjjSbts to rnlease the outside workers sent jn, so that they may come north. / ^ to honor jOF^Pie And poch passing through Monterey. Paris, Nov. 14.-The municipal eeuficil of Paris has iiiltlated a plan, with the hslp of Premier Clemeneeau, to held a^esremonlal meeting at the city ball In honor of Marshal Jeitrfe- and Marshal Fech., During the mseting it is ptanned to preeertt eemmemors-tive medsis te'tHs two great sol-., diers. ' 80U8A RECOVERING ^ Port Washington, N.Y., Nov. 14.-^ Lieut. -John Phillip Sousa, leader^of the band of the-naval training station at.Great Lakes, III., was declared to Jtjb recovering today at his home herei ^rom a painful affection of the right ear. It developed from a cold-caught on the recent tour of his bang. An ab-�cess f^as barely averted.' YOUNG BREWSTER''klLLEO . Victoria,. Nov. 13.^Sergeant' Kay inond. Brewster, the only son of the late premier of British Columbia, was killed in action on Nov. 1, according to a dispatch reaching here today'. He was 24 years old and leaves three sisters., No '/nan's Mgnorance ever prevented him from giving advice. _'._I_ i_-1_:_l!_ PRAYER OF A FALLEN SOLDIER^ (Found in ihe pocket of a Briiish Colonelafter he was IdlUS, in action til Flanders.) "Father of All','Helper of the free'! We pray with 'anxious hearts for all who fight, on sea and laiid and in the air. to guard our homes and liberty. M}a}i!e clear the vision of our ^adcrs, and their counsels �wise. � .. "Into Thy care bur sh{ps and seamen we commend. Guard them from chance sown mines, and all the dangers of this war at sea, and as of old, give them victory. "To men on watch m^e vigilance-io those below calm sleep. I "ifake strong our soldiers' hearts and brace their.nerves against\ the bursting shrapnel and the unseen fire that lays the next vi/an low. In pity blind them from the sight of fallen comrades left upo^i' the field.  "May Christ Himself in Paradise receive the souls of those "who pass through death. ".Let not our-.soldiers ever douM that they shall overcome the^ forces of the King:.who 'seeks to wade through slaughter to a throne : and shut the gate of meroy^on mankind.' , " "0 God of Love and Pity~, have compassion on the wounded. Make 'bearable ihe pain or send unconsciousness. . ^ "To' surgeons and dressers give strength that knows no failing, and'skill thatisuffers not from desperate haste.^ "To tired fnen:'.give,tim6 to rest. . "PHy the ,poor heaits' of service who suffer .for man's wrong: . "For vs athopie, let not that open shame be ours, that tve forget to ease-tfte sufferings of the near and dear of brave men in the fighl- '� ing line. " , ' - ' , -' ,' "0 Thou.viho niakesi human hearts the channel of Thy answers , to our prayers', let lobse-a flood of sympathy, and,help for .children� .and their mother$ who wander desolate and suffering, leaving wrecked j'^horntSi and fields, and-gardens Hodden under ruthlestfeet. '.v? , � "With Thee; who^ffertat more than all, may we with revet^ehce [Thy burden share, for ail/are Thine and in Thiiie^imcigetmade. J^Aoy, 'too, are Thine who caused tl\a'wrongj,^ ^ " ' 'ii'' , "O'Fath&r.'^my {Hisioarhe 'mankind's last appeal to'force.�Jj^rant from the sirieken'eartllt sown, with Thy dead, an everlasting flalne' of peace shuUs^Hng, and all Thy world become a garden where t/te-flowers^of Ghrvft shall grfiw. . f .:L'- "All this.,weub9g for our dear Elder Brother's sake. Who gem-Himself for thhse'He-loved. JESUS CHRIST, e�r Lordi Anient, London, Nov. 14.-The newly-formed Anglo-American society, of .which the Duke of Cohnaughtis president, has decided to ask President Wilson j to honor the society by allowing it to^ erect his statue in London simultaneously with, tho statues of Washington and Lincoln, which have already been offered hy the United States. Viscount Janie^ Bryce, former British ambassador to tJie tfnited States, Is deputy president of the society, while Mr. Lloyd George, former Premier Asquith and other men prominent in British public life are vice-presidents. OPERATING AGENTS FOR FRENCH GOVERNMENT Victoria, Nov. 14.-The announcement is made � that the Thomdyke Trenholm company of Seattle has been appointed operating agents for all vessels under construction in British Columbia for the French government, approxinrately 50 in number. Offices will be opened Immediately ,ln Victoria by the coucern in connection ^ith the twenty 3,000 ton wooden stjeamers being built here by the ot British Columbia and an office will also be opened at Vancouver Where vessels of smaller tonnage are under construction. This will give the company a com-pftte chain of offices on the Pacific coast. LABOR AND PEACEFUL /PROSPERITY Laredo, Texas, Nov. 14.-The pan-American ,labor.;,.conference was organized "here today, the first definite step toward thelestablishment ot in-dusttial Bolidarlj^y throughout/ the western hemisphere. ' Preliminary tae.eting8 held yesterday pointed outltp the delegates who represent the Visited States, Mexico an,dj,.sofeie.iOf th& Central and South A:ni^'G!B.,ii.;cOuntiiis,. the vital part the afiay dfyebor IS^Kb. play in the re-es-tab|ishme*nt of pracefui prosperity following the close the war. ',""]:: 6ran�si' Ottawa, Nov,| in .a judgment grknt"'the~ai)iB pal  corporatipn s| PLICATION. �The Twilway board mded down today ktion ot - the muhici-if the cities of Montreal, Tpronto anil Hamilton and by the tTnion of Canadian Municipalities for an order directing delivery by the Bell Telephone eqlnpany of evidence In support of the^cbmpany's application for an increase ^in rates. In the opinion of the board, the request made is a reasonable one; and the company is ordered to make'a return covering itaioperations from 1913 to 1917. San PranclsCo, Nov. 14.-The Pacific Mail company's steamer Pennsylvania sunk at her dock at Iqulquo, Chile, yesterday, after fire had burned her to the water's edge, according to advices received at the conjpany's office here today. PUBLIC WOMEN IN JAPAN Wpmen are ttjklng an increasing part in Japanese public affairs, and some have been appointed vto posts of trust. A woman doctor, Miss Fufu Kyo, was named by the Tokio police department to investigate the causes of Infant diseases and to arrange a plan for the assistance for poor women. Miss Tatsu Kahuta was appointed to a similar post in Osaka. Some women conductors are found in the suburban electric railways, and now a woman statlonmaster has been appointed. "Yhe ihonor flag marks tlie town, village or municipality that has subscribe,^,, its quota. It is the symbol of success. Failure to secure a flag will mean that the district has.fallen down. , Adler-i-ka Helps Her! "After using'Adler-i-ka my wife is able to do her own housework and did all housecleanlng. The soreness and pain in her side disappeared." (Signed) W. H. Brubaker, Salina, Pa. Adler-i-ka expels ALL gas and sourness, stopping stomach distress IN-S'fANTLY. EmElles BOTH- uppei' and lower bOwel, flushing ENTIRifl alimentary canal. Removes ALL foul matter which poisons system. Oiten CURES constipation. Prevents appendicitis. � We have sold Adler-I-ka many years. It is'a mixture of buckthorn, cascara, glycerine and nine oth-er.jjlmple drugs.-J. D, HIglnbotham & Co'., Ltd., druggists.-Advertisement. CARE OF NORTH SCHLE8WIG Copenhagen, Nov. 14.-North Schleswig newspapers are publishing an appeal signed by 32 Danish asboclatlons demanding that Germany, at the peace negotiations, settle the North Schleswig question on the basis ol the right of self-determination by all peoples. I i EVERY SOLDIER HAVE A JOB New York, Nov. 14.-Every American soldier and sailor will find his old Job awaiting h!m upon his discharge from service, according to a statement Issued here today by Stephen 0. IVIason, president of the National Association of Man-ufacturers. AVIATORS KILLED Fort Worth, Texas, Nov. 14.-Liout. Willivn MoCurdy, of East St. Louis, and Lieut. Albert Mayor, S.D.. were killed at Barrie Field today when the airplane in which they were making a test night fell 4,000 feet. FOIER EMPEROR Geneva. Nov. 13.-Charles, the former emperor ot Austria, and .Zita, his wife, according to the Vienna newspapers, left Vienna late last night on a special train. They are expected to cross the Swiss frontier today at Buchs. on the left bank ot the Rhine. The formet Auatyian emperor and' empress prohably will reside in a town on the Swips shore of Lake Constance until peace has been signed. LIFT THE BAN Washington, , Nov. ,14.-The war industries board today* lifted the ban on trSde exhibits. Automobile, furniture and similar shows have been prohibited or cancelled since the United States went to wai-. =i ^SS Business Standards For Business Men For a quarter of a cenlurf, Fit-Reform Suits and Overcoats have been the standard for business. Their sound styles; their general excellence of quality and workmanship; appealed to the business sense of men trained to demand value. . In these days of national economy, it is a j)leasure to know that.the, Fit-Reform standard of quality,has been, and is, steadily maintained. -Pdotm McKELVIE & McGUIRE LETHBRIDGE ' PRISONERS REACH'ALLIED LINES with the American Army in France, Nov. 14,--The advance guard of several hundred Russian, Polish and Italian soldiers, frefed by the Germans in Lorraine, reached the American lines in the region of St. Hilaire-today. The first group number ,450. They said they were released 'several days ago, the Germans telling them to, start for the- allied lines Immediately. , The released prisoners were attired principally in German uniforms. WANT SAME TREATMENT AS WEST-^ Montreal, Nv. 14.--'The Montreal postmen are up iii arms because the government has refused. tO; place them bnj'the same wage scale'as western mail carriers. A conciliation hoard will be asked for. ItWorks! Tnf It Telle how to loosen, a sore, tender corn so It lifts out without pain. M.i Good Mws spreads rapidly and druggists' here are kept busy dispensing freezone, tho ether discovery of a Cln-cinnaltl man, which is said to loosen any corn so 'it lifts out with the fingers. Ask at any pharmacy for a quarter ounce of freezone, which will cost very little, but is said to bo sufficieat�N0fTRANSP0RrAT/0fi'� DUETOTHE)NAr! DYTHEPU/k' 260loc6motives ANDABOUr FREJjCHTC^RS THESE HAVE DEEN LEASED TO THE , DIJ-FEREAJTSVSTEnS *, TOAipiNOBmiNING .>>s^^ SATISFACrORt OELI V�RI EC WADDINGTON'S AUCTION ROOMS Private S^le Tomorrow, Friday ' '" or " ' .� : . . FURNITURE , Including: Quarter cut oak dining suite;,oak dressers; brass,, bed, complete with coil spring and felt mattress; PIANOFORTE in MAHOGANY CASE, $125.00, this instrument is a big snap; Eld-ridge Drop Head Sewing Machine; round' extending dining table; DAVENPORT; mangle and wringer; cabinet sewing machine; two burner oil stove with oven; beds, springs and mattretaM. 5 pairis Ladies' Boots, sizes 3^2 to 7; also quantity Furs and Coats ACL AT AUCTION PRICES ; 2.00 TILL 6.00 P.M. TOMORROW If You have furniture to sell, see me first, I have an Interesting proposition to pake you. i FRAlSlK WADDINGTON VICTORY LOAN pioNOR Fl^Sfe^f Awarded to the community or c^--^^^ ^' that secures its obje