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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - November 15, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta THE LACK SEA OPEN ALLIES AT ODESSA LETllBRIDCtK PROFITS OF THE GOES EAST AFTER PLANES ALL ALONE Jfcw Brunswicker Whose Thrill-! in?* Exploit Has Set Avia- j tors Talking i Oiiawi. Nov. 14.:--(*nnadiiin military fi'Vihiuarter.s in London t'.ntuntmes : t'trtl the airman, wlio. "\v"iiI > il�-yii>,-. � jttely wounded, fousht sixtv >nciiiy ' JiMchinp? Millie-handed, destroy'.!:;? . four anil bringing'down six. is ii Ct-.n.i �U.itt, Major \V. V.. Marker. n.S.O. iuvn liars 1 l).F.(\. M.C Iwith bun ami fa.-Italian Cross ot Honor. Major i'ark.r. | -who is reported ilanfferonMy wounded. � s reluics the mo?! astounding Individual aerial it! � j and eontrol. 'ae funiid tie-t" l'ok!,er- J lwmmlni; in i>L:j: j Wank. Witho-.u hesitation lie *p...| (.1 | the attar!, and three of hi* ii?'j!!n;'� ' r"> Kcvealeil to the Taper Control Tribunal at Ottawa by the * Publishers Possibility of Straightening Affairs Out at Pctrojrrad-Harrison at (iallinoli fell. Bill the hulled �, pa^t like hail and a . .-at-. t'rni hi- filKh; il" tatat> 5"e;nln�:ly to his drill- Attain reco-, frittK 1 ci-ter:v I upon atto'h'-.' !"� . v ho � \. o.ip.-d ali.ui: him Jiurtli;-,.; .; >v,a iir (Irr. li'.ltlet nii;;-d l:i� '�!: I 'n> aiy taa. hit).-? a }r.c al-oir him 11.- t hit k (-uaaier iluy He'dived v.fc!st;,ti;: ch'i" -lf�-- !-. id til- ene;,:;-1 tji'1 h" sent �.� hi*  fi.'K aliav.' and i.honl him like a cloud I �>f vulitire* until U:�*" w.itchiuj; be- , low t-otiBted "liel�i "U '-'> and In! the fii.'K of them toi- miazln*; fana- I A'.fit performed every �sen: !n;:�miity ' tonhi (levi�e. He f t.-tt ;i!it't'!'>i h ' t.-ak.'d. li.opivl, tp.in. no-dive.!.' 4.-liml>ed aK.Un In a tmiliitude of �r!-n :hi- rri\ uf the tiot k : *i-re..d at.d fl.-.l II. . a me down a ht:-l London Nov. L'.ointiHMitiiiR or. ' 'lie ;i:rival :'t t'oii?;antinorle .�.' al I toil troops, the I.otulon newspae.-iv foreenst the s'leed} op. nitiK up "f Uits-da through Odessa and o'-i'-r f'-iaek fe. port- and prediet an i:n pi .neratmt in eottdtti-ans at I'etroKrad .--ttortly throui-'lt the lortlieomini; op.-n ini; ot th" I'ait'e to the allies. "The way int.. the lilark Sea i free altea.lv ;.nd !>! i;ert:> >;; K.irri.-'OTi neii.e- r.en. \en Mae'.te;-.:-.!! i'. so. kiln: a pathway home " W '�'.-!�. A'i: :: al 1 'a v. vpe at � ivoi off !. ; a ..::.! J-.d.aitopal. the aiiies will have ,-;,-�.way into U-i-sm an.i our i.-nint -n'r.. ;nt 1 fa" llaltir should i.eve IV, ;-oi;r,ii| "The 10-rtiian font" ilii-mu'.h the lt!nek Sea t 1 the :tiiddle e.i-n hii^ aU r. ady vani-aed with ta-- collapse of o,tr pn'p..."'pii! enerrty alf�i"li:H'e- titeni that lirit'.sh ami Indian iroops :,ow carr! M.n the Calllp-di forts and i.l-.'i,!" ,, fie sin 1 - p.!'-, I lOM'S the Ic.-'.tn but ai.irioii- -tory wiii.ii hegaii 1 01 '.'.!.". Thoacli we failed then, the 1 ti w!;.� -.one,-,; , Calllpali in !:�!'. hroVe ;ii,. milit try stretictlt of Turkey. She ha-j-e-I our path, t.'ai she ittiftit  : i i.'.... but a l:�!.t tif at;' !.. i'rn�. 'irker for orloin h�ri' � .1! STOPS PUBLICATION ('r.'.sary. Nov 1."., -The Calitery Can-adlau. 0" ulili-li �',. \i Thotup-o:i is ;i;.i!ia�iiir editor, ih It-* Thur�dav h t'atiadtar, The I'atetttent -aid tha: tne i-oiupa:iy v.- ntld rithe- i..rvr*ant*�\ wlteu pUblir.!-tioti ntiKiii JKRiti he undertake,,, er it !'t;,;iit Ko into voluntary liiiiiida'ii'Su> n /a epidemic at- Riven a* the rua.son-i for -.ii.pt itimti .1 �. be �tt aw ar,U , vp'.op, I KeV il I'.ik'- ha* i.' . ,'i t: -^ tor : at t 'aiii-t! U:ti:  : r�M tor t,t St FIVC DEATHS IN OAV. I-Mmonti-.:!. N'.n. H - For the r-r"? I time In t�o week* (>� number of in fluenia deaths re, orde.l fur .nt in by re-ore�-. itttitives- from all the provlnees of ih'.ntida. The ,,nb!ie \s fully aware of what is invoWeil in these necotia-"tons atn! their progress will he follow-1 .1 w fli :r..u a Inte-.er.:. Donas to Civil Servants Before leaviuc. Premier Stewart n.T.rle the tinttaiince'iv.-nt that, as l,e a;i:i. ipat.'d a possibility that he may ; mv '.> fi'tntiiti in the ei-o .or .1 con sp.',.'ruble period, he wt"- plea-el ;,i he ia ti petition to =ay ilia' he b.ui h>'i':. abb' to liritte; to a con. lii�io;\ an enitniry fti�ti:iiteil with a view of tia-1 n.'inimt how the present ihiti': cor, litioas hud bceti att'eetitii; the mem-hers of the provincial civil service Tit" government, he said, had always viewed the matter verv symp.itlo ii-eally and from time "v time had tnndo considerable pro. islon to meet (ho continually rliatipmp eotKiltirir.s nf the past four years The estimates tha' had been placed before t;10 t)>i;l!>latnre year by year kIiiw that regular and steady advances in salaries had been the rill- r.vhor than the exeeptiou Th" situation at the preen! time however .showed 1l1.it. speaking in general ;�rmv lb.. Increase in the rate of living during the past year had c-tt1' faster than had been cotttemplHted at the liegin.f t'.v; of 'he year, and (lie rpiy-err.iiient after looking into all the fads which it had. V.een possible to e,ath"r had decided t,, set apart S.i"-oito in be expended under regulation-in li.iiiii.'  to ii'.etr.bi r  of the ��r\vi> who have b"e:> . nipbyed lontinums-!v -ttttee li-t year, aed whose silarie, have no; been a' a higher monthly rate than -?it" per month. It will hike some httlo time It, which to hi,, th- gran', but Mr. Sf'-wtirt .stated that he had made i'rr.i.tgemetits tor th.ls work to proceed durlttt: his absence so that (he payment can he ni-nle be. '.ore the end of the current year. The action of t'f.e Rovernno nt in t'.t* teat t.T v.;'.; without lioiibt gsve e.ey id.-r nb'e v.ttl. (. �ton 'o ti..- me-.nher.. .f fit" civil fi'hi.-" wiio will com,- v.i'!',:n til. pi nvjslor.s o( the prntosii regul.t. (ion'. I HE WKATIIKR Mljib ............... 50 Low T t Poreras*.-Few .hteAcr; or snow flurnej. but mostly fair. l>r A Mi !>" in li'M. Trice Mrothers" l'.Mi'. fiy.ti "Ti'.TS'J. as compared with l:M4. Spanish River Mill euue w..s }.t.T^!i,2Sl. in I'.' Dared with $S7!i.liSf� in li'l I they mnmifaj'ti " said j: DAILY HERALD side lino, which Is one thing this hoard will have to consider. The profits made before tho war were, normal profits plus what could ho obtained hy a well regulated combine." "Didn't the commissioner go Into thftt?" the tribunal naked. ''We wanted to |;o into thai, lull we we.ro slopped," said Mr. Tllley, who look much of today's session in a recltnl of the publishers' many vnln efforts to get a proper Investigation of the paper mills' affairs and who urged that. Mr, Clnrkson bo allowed i to tell thcvtrlbnnnl his experiences* lis investigator. No decision us (o culling Mr. Clark-son wan renclted, hut the trlbtiiin) \liit decide that newspnpers must pay tho Cringle price of $*>9 it ton for- newsprint solely on tho ground that they have no Jurisdiction to stay his order. The government may give them jurisdiction, however. COTTON ADVANCES 'IWUAY, ISOVEMUiSH 13, 11>I� II III � � .11IUUJ1. JJ-g�Sll___�!� . -gggS re was $1 MM,2ST In New York. Nov. Tia.-Cotton ntlvunc-ed $10 � bnlo within 11 fow minutes af-tor tho mnrkot opened hero tolny. This represents the maximum of 200 points fixed with a vlow to preventing tttnluo speculation. 11s tho Until for tluc-UuitlduB during one day's trading. The n'dvnnce was attributed to houvy covering of Borne of tho bis short lines held by ldvorpool, whore tho tniuti-miMii limit of operations bus been reduced to 60 points. ^ Isator tlifl^market reacted 60 points on realizing by local broker*, T. N. Harvey, fortneflyj publisher of the Wyomlntr, On't., Enterprise. ..has been elected u judge of U10 supremo court of California. He.tB a brother of tho editor of the Newmarket Barest). NORWAY'S SHIPPING LOSSES London. Nov. 14.-Norway lost during the war SSJ vessels, aggregating net rov-leHnto on to 1,LT,0.000 Ions, according as com-110 official statistics. In addition, It'.i (vessels of approximately G'.i.OPO tons Mut they innnufaj'tiiro other things jwere damaged hy Gorman submarines, tlmtt newsprint." said 11 member of the i thousand, ono hundred and tribunal, when these figures were itwenty lives wore lost In these read, "Yes." saht Mr. TiSev. "and that disasters. is way we came to a-ment auditor. C. T. t'lt If newsprint is really a t! govern-aji. to see product or das. Couzons, a Canadian born, was elected mayor of Detroit. WHAT ABOUT FATHER? Obsessed with the big idea of protecting those at home, father often omits the essential protection of his most vital asset-strength. SCOTTS Elf� is as beneficial to the hard-working man of business as it is to the growing child. Scott's imparts the quality to the blood that enables the body to grip strength fast. Scott'* helps solve the problem that faces every business-man-that of keeping up with the wear and tear on the body. Srott ft Ikiwaif. Toronto. Ont. Specials in Boys' and Youths' Clothing FOR SATURDAY Boys' Overcoats Plain Gm lv...-d Halted Uvm coal mgbtE slti-'.v. sUv.s il 10 \i I^Ai'illiir ili.up. Spec-la! ..... 12.00 I>ark Utey Heavy 'i'tn-nr! Hbltetl �V�rco*t. oVel! tiillored, *ize� to Hrtrsiiar llfi it" sjpeeiul ......... 12.00 Drown Che. ksd Htlted lit reversible kollar, dU�� to '; IV gular 120 mi Special ......... 15.0 b Dark Uifc�tii Fancy check \!i Wool Tweed, belted nifHiei, rcYer-iblu sollar. eizts :vi o 35. /v/\ Jtegular }2fiiiii Sp cial . Cl.UU Plain (Iny Suffolk. O �jr Regular *lof.o. Special O.I D KroK'ii Mixed Tweed Norfolk. 5.75 Itegalar H.it) Special ...... Plain Grey WoVsted Serge, wftll tailored, itcgiiliir $17.fiO. Special .... ......... 14.00 Navy Illui Itlsh Serge, good weight. Regular JlaOO. Special .............. 12.50 Grey Tweed Suit,*made up in Huuslan model, idzos -Jl to p> 24. Hegular ?7*0. Special Young Men's Suits In Norfolk, Pinch-back and Natural Fitting models, sizes from 32 to 36. $18.00 to $27.50. J. F. THAELL 315 FIFTH STREET SOUTH EXCLUSIVE LINES IN CLOTHING AMD MEIN'S FURNISHINGS PHONE 181? \ The Banks will advance you money to buy Victory Bonds on a Twelve Monthly-Payment Plan How much money did you save last year -$100, $500, perhaps $1,000-and you have it in a savings account all ready, like a prudent patriot-to put into Victory Bonds. But-just a moment: If you saved $100 or $500 or $1,000 last year, how much do you expect to save during the coming twelve months? You can now capitalize your ability to save and help your country at the same time. In this way: Any Chartered Bank will give you credit for ninety per cent, of the amount you can save to put into Victory Bonds and the Bank will carry you for a year, charging just the same rate of interest as you get on your bonds-so the interest costs you nothing. You can pay off your bonds to the bank in monthly instalments and each instalment begins to earn SlA per cent, for you the moment it is paid. Step in and see a Banker about it today-it costs nothing to investigate and you take no risk in any event. Borrow Money and buy Victory Bonds Borrow and Buy Issued by Canada's Victory Loan Committee in co-operation with the Minister of Finance of the Dominion of Canada. 1s-B Ml ;