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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - November 16, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta \ SATURDAY, XOYEMBRIUO, HUM inn L.RTIIBRIDOK D.mi.- iinnnu. PROPERTIES OF THE Chicago, Nov. IC.On the IiogIb of the former Kaiser WIHlamV. ndblcu-tlon, federal authorities hero lieajm an Investigation to discover tho Identity of n, syndicate ~of Geinmn-AmpricaiiH, umong whom aro salil to be, sovnral Ohlcagoans who am believed to bp the upnihiill heads of th" syndicate, which controls several million dollarn. It la aid (lint at a conference held In 1915, tho transfer of thoiiHarulH of acres of land belonging to the ex-kalser was arranged and tho transaction tva* man-1 ipulatcd bo as to baffle completely all clfortfi of secret agont'i to traco iho deal. At tliat. meeting, i'. i-; claimed, mn-our the properties of thu cx-katsor transferred to Americans nj nominal holder* were: Fifteen valuable tint-bor tracts on tho Pad lie. cuaat; i. large number of mineral landH, in on-eration'and undeveloped located In the interior of Canada; 14 timber trains on Vancouver iKlund, which Iho '.'an-adlan government bad wish,:! to buy lo complete the Hlrnthcona I'arl; reserve; a block of timber Innds reaching from the CuiRtdlun Pacific, coast fur Into the Interior and worth approximately ?n,ooo,ooo. Tho Canadian lands, it Ik said, were originally held under Iho linn iiume of "Alvo von Alvenslohen, limited," which firm made tremendous investment in Canadian real estate, especially In timber lauds. The headquarters were located tn Vancouver, with branch officer, at Victoria. 11.C. BARE NECESSITIES Hoover's Advice-Lift Blockade 1o Some Extent-Hoover Going Overseas Carter's Little 1 You Cannot be ^^tav. Constipated /^^KaotSI and Happy liver Pills A Remedy That  Makes Life Worth Living | fl- bMn ilttMtiire AT^i'SLAS pARTER'S IRON PILLS many coJorleee Ucem but X^^W greatly hefpmott pale-faced people New York, Nov. W,.-The problem of feeding Germany Ih not. going to the relief of, but of releasing the blockade "so that they may secure for thenifelves the bare necessities that will give stable government." said Herbert ('. Hoover, food admlnistrat-or. nolerc s;iUfng for Hurope to discus's loud. measures for the relief of KturvinB populations. In 'i formal statement Mr. Hoover said, in part, as follows: "Our firs', and deepest concern now must, be the relier of the little allies who were under the German yoke. Tl;.ey are the Jlnlghtns. Serbians, Hu-mni fans, Greeks, Czechs, .lugo-Hlava and oilier*. There are some 75,000,000 people tn these groups. "Our next concern must lie to relax tit(,0,i;iio,-000 persons in north Kusr*a. Millions of Uiese are beyond iielp thla winter, i Huns Don't Deserve It - | "There is a great problem in the situation of tho enemy people-about '.10,000,000. This problem Is not. one of going to .their relief. It Is a problem of relaxing the water-tight blockade, which continues, no Hint they can secure the. bare necessities which will secure Rtabtc government. Anarchy can be put down and (liability of government, can bo obtained in these enemy states, If not. there will be nobody to make peace with and nobody ! to pay the hill to France and Belgium [for (lie feurful destruction that has been done. I would certainly approach this problem with mixed feeling, hav-| irp been long a witness to the robbery I of food from women and children and ' the destruction of millions of tons of | food at seu, I .Mr. Hoover said that, he expected I to lie In London only a day or two. lie 1 will then go to Paris to attend the | allied conferences at, Versailles. His j work, may take him Into lielKiiim, but I ho does not expect to meet any of the I Herman food administrators. PAGE FIVrj IN THE SOUTH TO OPEN NEXT WEEK fSneeln! to tlio 't'T.ilil) ICdmoriton, Nov. 10.--The minister of public health in a statement at noon today reported: Number of ^cases is.s; 1.071. New "cases 1'ota], 1!V lansing gives ADVICE Washington, Nov. 16.-Secretary Lansing made public today the text of reply to communications from the German government seeking modifications In the terms of the armistice with Germany and Turkey, It announces that the requests would be referred to the allied governments, and supreme war council ana pointed out that such communications should be sent all the associated governments Instead of only to the president or government of the United States and should come through established diplomatic channels Instead of by wireless. True Works of Art VERT McL agan Phonograph is a true work of art, for it perpetuates in an original way the splendid sincerity of such famous craftsmen as Chippendale and Adam. The Period designs \\&0e outlined the centuries. That is v?hy $ou will never tire of their beauty and charm. Like the waltzes of a Chopin and their exquisite rendition by a Paderewiski, the exquisite charm of these designs grow's upon you. Always you will ha-Ce reason for genuine pride in your MM-Solid Mahogany or Blll.k V.'Mtfltlt, h IT! M I*-SoM Mahofsay. Phonograph Genuine pride-vCe emphasize it-for here are the truest interpretations of the Periods, fashioned with the most extreme care and rare nicety of cabinet work in rich tfoods, finished in the most modern tints. They are the product of men whose experience represents thirty-five years of sincere and faithful stud;),. Among the Periods represented in our designs are WILLIAM AND MARY QUEEN ANNE CHIPPENDALE ADAM LOUIS XVI, elc. Tone Beauty-It is appropriate to expect in such artistic form an instrument qf rare performance in musical reproduction. Its perfectly fashioned sound chamber amplifies and builds up a tone that for pure beauty is unsurpassable. Plays All Disc Records-Tke Universal tone arm opens up to >\?u tke wltole available range of disc records of every* make. Your enjoyment of tke McL agan is unlimited. See and hear this aristocrat among pnonograpks. Any McLagan dealer tfill gladly play your favorite music. If M II- Ousrureri Osk, Mahogany or Wslaut. THE GEORGE McLAGAN PHONOGRAPH DIVISION STRATFORD (The George McLagan Furniture Company, Limited) CANADA k already reported mi ri'port'�d yfiHtenliiy, * tn. Thcuo rfiport?; all tndlfiit'' that in nil parts of tlio province nven in tho width all |)iirtlr;.h must oxcn-iHo ex trptim cniithm.* Althoufih In that par! (if tin! province lying houMi'tIv of towimhlp 2~ rural .m-hools ar" �i.llow-"d to proceed on .Monday anrl Thurs-ilay inornlne; noxl. all provinrial hail!' lipliiK romcived. r'-aponsihillty \* Mtlll thrown utmn local hoards of health and municipal council* to use audi restrictive measures as they may deem necessary and as is within their power. The provincial onV'r uhirli j;oes out today Is so drawn that, any local hoard of health may pass u resolution stating so far as it.-, municipality Is coiicnmeil all provincial UKUlatlons heretofore passed, or �ny (ir.i or more of them that they sele.-t >ihii)| appy to that. munlcipaMtv until a cortain dato or until the local hoard ct.hei v,lsp orders, and the pro\ ineial rt'Knlatlon!" or such one as Is so re tained alia]] stay in force in that municipality. The operative portions of ihe order of the provincial hoard of health passed and approved today, ar" as follows. "45T. It shall not he eonsld nttemn against regulation l.'ii: rural school situated south southern houndary of township 27. to open for school work on Monday, Nov. 18th. lflS, provided, however, that the local hoard within whose jurisdiction any Hiich school !s operated may order any such .school to reninln closed until a date named In .such order." "I51T. Provincial hoard of health regulations 4511. 151. 4.-1O �nd 4aQ shall not apply to territory south of the southern houndary of section ">>L'T. from and after 5 a.m. on Thursday, Novemher iMst, 1918. provided, however, that any local hoard within Its jurisdiction may order that the Mild regulation or any of them shall apply until a .date named In such last n.eiitloneil order." SPECIAL FOR TONIGHT Grocery Department FROM 6.00 TO 9.00 Apples, eatin;,' and OC, c.ooliini;, 4 lht. :or ......-(iivJC Veanuls. IC. per II).................. LifL CliiRer Snaps. 2 lbs. nrj for ................... Sit i Tniiherries, f n ,. v Ih................. ioC WriBley'-i Gum. ' n r* r, for................. CiOC .lello, Ihree for 33c i CANDY DEPARTMENT chocolates, soft cent-,'s, per Hi............. ('owiiii'h Kweet'i!r. ! rfolf's inessnKe roads: ) "American deloKates could discuss I with the plenipotentiaries of the tier- j man people the details of how the ' magnanimous help of Amorlci could I �uvo in time our fatherland from the worst, l'ernaps thin matter could be. put In the tried hands of Mr. Hoover, who has rendered such great services In UnlRlum," "The acceptance of the oppressive armistice conditions, the necessity of ; supplying from scanty provisions the armies that aro streamhiK hack from the front, the cessation of navigation in the North Sea and the Baltic by tho continuance of iho blockade which endangers our provision supply, and tho disturbed conditions In tho east make the situation In our country more unbearable. The peril can ho avoided only by the most speedy help." Wants Commission. Berlin, Nov. HI.-(By Wireless to Umdon.i-ll.Oli iiin.)-Foreign Secretary Solf ha* sent n message to Secretary lousing urgently requesting President Wilson to give permission for n (ierninu commission Immediately to leave for (he United States so as to lay before the American government tho conditions existing here and to ensure tho taking of steps to purchase foodstuffK. J Don't Want Them Now j Washington, Nov. Hi.-While Presi-j dent Wilson himself hud tho matter I brought to his attention today, olllclaht ! regard it as entirely unlikely that a commission of tJermans will he permitted to cotnu to tho United States at this time tinder any circumstances. The latent note of Korolgn Minister Solf adclreSHBd to Secretary Lansing asking Preafdent Wilson's permission for a German commission to visit the United States to explain the, food situation had not hoen received ut tho atate department but tho Associated Press announcement of its coming was road with Interest. It was pointed out that the United States and Germany are still at war, although the armistice has beon signed and consequently It is regarded as Inconceivable that any Gorman delegation could come to America. SHOE POLISHES. KEEP YOUR SHOES NEAT liquids and mm. roa hack.witm. tan, dark mown OR OX-M.OO* PRUim TMI UATMUt. H.HUiVtllllfal.l^L,.- Mother's Pet Needs a Cascaret -4- Baby is mad! Doesn't want the favorite dolly, or the horn, or the picture books-but don "tscold 1 Look at the tongue! Then hurry! Givecfctldy Cascarets to work the nasty bile, souring food and constipation poison from the little liver and boWls. TAKE OVER EXPRESS BUSINESS Washlnaton, Nov. 16.-Preal. dent Wilton today letcud a proclamation taking over the coneoli-dated expreit businetc now carried on by the American Railway txpreee Company and assigning the operations to Director-General McAdoo. MOTHERS! Clean the clogged-up places. Do away with the bUtyl sour fermentations and constipation poison which is keeping your little one cross, feverish and sick. Children love Cascarets, because to them it is like eating candy. Cascarets act better than castor oil, calomel or pills on the tender stomach, liver and boweis. Cascarets never gripe, never injure, and do not disappoint the worried mother. Give harmless Cascarets to children one year old and upwards. Bach.ten cent bo* contains full directions. 04023960 ;