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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - November 15, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta 7n 1 f^n' \ York, Nov., IB.-In the coUls-^ 8haw^am the British^ llnfr .anla^'in Burou)eaii "WatOT^^ on betoBeri SiVa* Aimbuncedr bjrttie naVy department two'days later, Uie naval vetsH&l was cut squarely In .two, 35 feet aft of tho- bOwr and tj>e forward / sec-tloii sank Immedtiitely, the bth^i- section, catching flrp," it was learped^here today; \*Jth the airlva;i of :tlm-_Mellta, carryTpg; 25 survivors of the'^JiiM'j pther destroycTB akoamed to tho Bcene' and ,)vhen''fhey took the burning Bectlon In'tow |he Inrush of watijr flufenched: the flames. Tho; navy dejiartmeiit's, anbounce-ment.Aald IB lives were lost. BULLETINS A BALTIC STATE . i ILondon; -Nov. IS.r-The state eiiirioll of'e�ihonla, LIthonia'ana OMtel Ulandi hftvei cteolctod to form a Joint �(tie state, acQord-Ina to a Riga dispatch to Coy>en-hagen forwarded by the Exchange Telegraph eompany. VnieiMV�r yovMBiea ikk liea�iad�,or MaMlidm �iUck oMniiig on, ward^ off by Hm timely me of BEECHflACS PILLS. ^ Hundred killed tendon, Nov.nine In Germany and'had requeate'd that the Germans not-confine, their appeals to the United States alone, but to address them to the allied governments as wall- GERMANS GRATEFUL- i Berlin, Nov: 16.-(By Wireless to London)'-(6.20 p.m.)-The following message has been for' warded to Secretary of State Lansing at Washington: ' "To Secretary of State Lansing: "The Qermjin government and the German people have grate- fully ta((�n cognizance of the fact that .the president of the United States lo^ready to consider favorably the aendlnf of food ,to -Ger- ' many," plund^rinVqerma'n town's ; ^London, Nov. 16.-German army deserters, who formed a "flying squaclron" at Bremen, are plundering CermafTi towns, according to ' an Exchange Telegraph dispatch from Copenhagen. Thlrty-slx were arrested in Berlin and three of them Awere immedlataiy shot. a score of-the others were sentenced to death, by a court'martial. Some ^of^ the maurauders wer^e driven put of the Hanover railway station on Thursday, A number of them we/e. captured and will be shot. iviuch behind lethbridge Moosotlaw, paflk.,"Nov. 15.-Moose Jaw's .toftl-in (.he Victory Loan campaign was^786,000 at noon today, witli an objective of $1,250,000. trOe bill against travers Toronto, Nov. 12.-The grand jury today found a true bill In the case of i^the crown against W. R. Travers, for-'mor general manager of the wrecked Farmers' Bank, for attempted rapor Travers served a'term o� five years tor fraud in connection with tho failure of the bank and was released ^bout three years ago. carvell to preside Ottfiwa, Nov. 15.-Sir Thomas White, acting premier, wlU welcome' the del-ogate,'! 'to the conference between members of the Dominion and provincial governments which opens here on Tuesday. Hon. Frank Carvell, minister of public works, is to preside (jver the conference. . Buy Victory BoHds Buy yictxfry Bonds SPECIAL SATURDAY ONLY UNDERWEAR & SWEATER Coals A Sftving Worth Whae-Don't Mbs This Oniortiuiity-Be Here Saturday. McKelvie The "2" M's iMcGuir e targfett Distributors �i( Men's .Wear in Southern Alberta. THiE , LETHBRIDGE r-AflLY HEF..^LT> PAGE FIVE J' it MervdT|s llotliers Should E�mt by the Expenencci -^of Thes^ Two Wbmein Bnflslc^ am thftj^^ oearly thine y^aiBlAtiffeted from aiemale trouble -witii pains. in mjr batk and Bide^'&nd a genuexal vreakness. .1 had^ro- \. iefsloiuV attendauooimost of tbat time'but did^not seem to; =^ get well As a last resort I decided to^,try Lydia B. Pinkbam's Vegetable Ctompound'/vhich; I /had seen adtextiied In^'tiil^'aovapapers, and in tWp weel^sDO^iq^;;^: a marked' improviament I continuedits use and'aim^li now free frbiii pain and able to do all my Iwtuse^ .work."-Mrs. B: B. Zurloiska; aOS Weiss Street, )vBuflalo,,X;iYv,::-.;;:v.:.,.--...,v.: �;v:...,,;,,.~^.^;. l^>rtlandrIod.rr^t bad a displacement and suffered ^> so bkdly from^ it at times I could not be on my feet at alL .^.I.was all ronTdown and so weak-I could not? do ji^;|ii^^hQusflwork::was nervous and could not liai;,;/ doira Mateht^'..I from a physician' ^ but they;aidi.not helif mev My Aunt recommended "i; LrdiaB. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound-1 triedr. / \ it and now I ain stx�ng and well agam and do 1 Bw own, work and I giva Lydia E. Pinkham's I 'Gimpound. tho oredJt."-'Mrs. Jo'sEpnivB * ' ' 'KivauBi'935 West.Race Street, Portland, Xodi Bw Sick WofpaiT^ 5r* OVER IIS QyOTA L^thbrid^e First City in Alberta To Get Fourth Crown-All Pbirtts'Going Strong Calgary, Nof., 15.-As Canada's Victory Loan, 1918, settles Into the home stretch the-Weirdly rivalry oE all districts Is befcomlng more intense; By Saturday night there will be few, if any, localities which will not have earned the right to fly ^ Victory Loan honor flag when the boys come home. And some of them are going to have their flags covered with crowns. Interest yesterday centered to some ex-tejitln the race, for.first place among the three Cities, each o� which had already* earned the right to fly its third crown. ' Lethbrldge First Again Intimation of the winning of the 'fourth crown ' came first from Lethbrldge, although it was followed almost immedtately by the same news from Me'dicine Hat, at which point the campaign is being carried on amidst the greatest enthusiasm. A dispatch last night from Medicine Hat reads:' "Medicine Hat city and district has nine hundred thousand tonight. Now a little excitement among the leading captains fSr hlgbest totals. Million mark quite-possible but It nefeds every ofCort. Most-intense enthusiasm prevails. The poorest districts are still sen'ding in good reports. Many repeat .-sppllcatlODS are bein*^ received and, most gratifying Of all, i-hose who would not subscribe earlier in the campaign, are now buying bonds. Js B. Davis sent In-largest report today and Wm. Cousins wires tonight for Medicine Hat's fo\irth'crown." The Koyal Coniriilar agency foif Italy at Winnipeg his wired G. R. Marnoch vice-chairman, with reference to cooperation of Italians in the purchase of Victory Bonds. The Royal Consular ageflt, J. Barrattlerl St. Hletro. says: "I understand that many residents of your district who are Italian citizen^ hope to.return to Italy at an early date aad are unwilling to invest their savings jnx-Vlctory Bonds. Please Inform them I am satisfled it will be impossible to secure passage tS^taly for a long time and, remembering that Canada and Italy have fought side by side to achieve^a glorious victory, 1 regard it as their duty to buy all the bonds they possibly can." Returns receiveld by the Southern Alberta executive up to Friday morning show that ^'southern Alberta has gone well over; the ten million mark with two full days to hear from before the campaign closes. Perhaps the most sensational'increase is 'from Chairman G. A^^^ttdftinson's ^division, Stettler-'OaBtor-Coroiiatlafn - Monitor, ,tfrh!qli^^as, Jumped;iJo, over thfee hundred' and -fifty thougand dollars, more thRh fifty per sent over their objec-t|m> A good repaid: also comes from Jessei. Gouge.yot Drumheler, wlio re-portB~that ev.erytl;)lng "^is now going fine,t the influenza^ epidemic having abated. 'Chairman -Mackay's division, Including Cochrane, Rocky .Mountain Park;- Carstalrs, t^idsburj-, Crossflelft and Airdrle, has also goi^e well over its objective. High River' town and district is expected'to rieach three hundred and fifty thousand by Saturday night,.'and and Magrath- Three hundred and elghty-i�rc'-ln 1S70 Ew-'-: perort Napoleon after the /urrapd- * Biairmore, Nov. 15.-Today w^ith-out a canvasi^er working on account of the 'flu, Coleman has earned six crowns with, a total of $163,350, Biairmore- with one canvasser has'-three crowns with a total of. $111,250. Frank total $12,900 for one crown. , Believue total ,S32,450. Hiilorest, $23,850. Passburg, $4,400, and ths total objective for the Croyvs Nest diatrlct of.$2SO,000 has been exceeded by $9rf,20O. I Some oi Our Prices On Articles that it Will Pay Yon to Include in You> Week End \ Gro