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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - November 16, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta SATmbAt:J^OVF,MBEB 1^1918 ^i^"tr-1iriMiii,iiiiiiiiiiiiiri-'^i>C"......-'- THE LETllBlWDGE DAJLY HKHAi^u iiNU iilN INIOii 'tjondon, Nov, J.6.-r-Dr. Solf, tho Oer-ina.n foreign secretary, according-.to^ ftj^German wlroleBs message, Iw^^nilit;-ict! United States Secretaty of Btatk' Jj^uslng A tlote referring tt) tke article in! the Anglo-Turklsh armlstlcti.'rWqitli^' inx Qerman Qir^lians to leave the Tur-Icfuli ejiipire Imioodiately and-deotaring tiM a lltera] fulfillment 'Of tlie article "must cause severe. liardshipH especially to poor, people and appeara un-ifijteonable after tho conclusion Of a unlvoraal armistice." - 'iriio Gorman secretary adds that German hospitals and asylums for the h(^id and orphans, the .orphan asy-Julhs caripg:, principally for Artoen-iafl children, will, be compelled' "to close,j^'.'tUiis causing now sufWrlttg nniong. the, ChriStiay populationi" The Qfij'man eovernment, Dr. Solf adds, retjuests that President Wilson intervpne In^j^avpr-of these German dviliaai? belng'-.-perraitted^''fo' >retnaltt lii-TurHey! '� V mm HEADS CALGARY EK-MAYOR PAGE MNlk 0 11 ERMANS WILLIN; London, Novi--a'Vid ;Beat 'y|;'4�&S'deJeg^tepl from j the G^rmsti |'iatrd,V4lSllors* thmen and th� .y^iE'JVjce-Admlral Heuereur. [: , j f,.;he}i, "Tlip' . prulser Koenigsburg, (s;,Mi\>,'D);oii|glU,'Ove -.German deleBates, w4B|ja-,mii'g_ ofj tjrej Isleof May, on tli]if,iIl^MJ(^li'coast,: this afternoon, it wnalni^^ygBrltlf)?,. vosaels� Tvhl^h es-co?le9^f'to,KosytheX The'urolfmin^. arieSi'BO'^far have been carried out wltl)iyjt gihltch |tnd it is not expected _thoOer(wan� win quibble ovel" de-Halls. � Th^j dj8Q;U^3ions probably, may iend a,); SftturaV'a'ftteeting qf tho'dele- S|;irggestioti on It Willi take j�ift a few moments to jtep in and aSkfUsi.iVhat our experience .'has Been-inithe way of .grateful cua-' tomersWitlr"'the soothing wash of ��Jl8i " "'-,;,mbnoybaofe nnlesa tlw Jlleyes you.-^-X "D. Hijftfii^ .________j.f'li3tol:,;'drug�iBt�.-iAdvt. on a Corffor Callus Inatanjtly atpge pain and thay !1lft;'^fl6ht off with flnBaw. ^^,..,.^------------------- ' TlUfl tiny bottle hold* V the wopdcr of wonders. It contalps an almoBt.maplcal >r dr\ig/icq^lled freezone. It is a-cSnipound made fr"">" eViisi. . iv/A'pply a few drops err' aching corn�or a hard' ' : ened'ipqJlUB, Instantly ,the ^HoHltVlrou W�i^ Pn* the ,.;Cgrn (^.calluB^O'Sbriveled, A^-f'M'* tie tlntjihi:-It sbremesB, wjien v Applylnt treegone' or attet-^arda. K l^oesil't "^rdtf; irritate the r'skln." i \ AN IMPORTANT Ottawa, Nov. 15.-a committee of the cabinet ooiAj^sed !of ^ir James Lougheed, Jiofi. N. W.'Rowell, Hon. T> a, Or�h^�>� ir6n;:0(d(A>n Robertiiifa, Hon.- AVthur Melghen aind Hon. J. A. Oalder, haa been appointed to co-ordinate tho etforts of jthe VaMoUs^de-partnients which havJe been Xivingr close study to problem^ of reconatruc-tlon arising -with the end of the war. Hon. J. A.tCalder, will be chairman of the committeo.Virliose meqibera represent respactlteiy the department of soldiers'clril rd^tablishroent, agriculture, imtnlgratton.iprlry: council, interior and labor. While the committee, which-if/Il 'be^J(tnowii..,as the repatriation committee, is not charged With responalbility IIDr demoblllEatlon, that being ttfaefuiic^on of the department of iullitla, qu^tiona relating to the return of the sblfllers will be given the fullest possible consideration in working out the problems of reconstruction. ' la.connection wllh,the repatriation of aoldiers, a great'deal of ground work already has been done and necessary machlneiT has been established. Preparation also-bias jbeen made to deal with problems of unemplbyment, which wilt arise wiiQi the cessation of the manufacture bf :miDnltionB. Londpq; . Kov.' 15.-The rjG^men CrWse^' Koentirsbergi^whibh,"is.carrying the tJerman deieifatfes' tb airange the naval terma or the anniatice.-lt Is understood here, will, be met by British warshipi)' Utia a/terhooii and will be escorted to a point at sea, where the German delegates will meet Admiral Sit Davia: peatty, ..commander of the British grand fleet; . A Berlin dlapatch received In London Thursday announced- that thr| Koenigsburg put to sea at 1 p.m. ou November 13 with the envoys of the workmen's and soidllers' council of the German fleet. The German delegates are accompanied by Admiral Illppei^, the chief Of the high seas forces, who will act as an advisor during the.,deliberation. Admiral Hip ]^^,]^iana fAOidUftl Bjaatty w^re the qp oBlng tfoj&in^and^rs in a ,batt!e ctt HiBligoIahd' -in Jfan'uary, 1915. Durlhg t)ie engagement the German cruiser |.Bluecher,.yjas;j�}nl9^/.^, . . � COMMIt'tJED: ItOR .trial. ; , Toronto/ Nov."lE..^ofin Lett, Walter X,ett and .Gordon.J)ougall, were today committed for trial on charges of conspiracy and roljbery by violence, infjcbnaectlon'with,'the holding up Of two expreiaB mesBengers oa;th� Grand Trunk Buffalo iBxpress on Oct. 23 and stealing $20,000. - Their counsel con-vanted to the. committal after hearing the: reeltai: of' DetecUre Mitchell of admisBlons eaid,-to 'have'been made by the trio. TRAVULLKO OM FORMER OERMAN SHIP ISCOM'RQFLABOR EdmAton, NovC 15.-J. W. Mitchell, of Calgary, was appointed commissioner of labor for. Ajl^erta at a meeting Of the council Thursday afternoon, He will take supervision', under, the Alberta Returned. Soldiers' ComiftlSBion, of the local employment bureaus thW\tghout the province, and will tto^coiwerned largely in working out' a policy of placing availSble labor r^sUfttflfg*'from tlie return of the soldiers,; from oversoaa. It is the purpose ofthe'i)6v/ office, however, to cover the' labor situation In general, and air phases of the .question will In future come under Mr. Mitchell's direction. A'new branch labor bureau will be opened at -once at Rod Deer, making a total list of five. The others are at Edmonton^ ^Calgary, Lelhbridge and Medicine Hat, and these, with the one now to be established at Red Doer, wlU nave the rank of zone of- fices from which the labor, interests of their rbispective districts will be administered.' Commissioner Mitchell was former secretary of the Grea,t War Veterans' Assoolatlon In Galgary, and still ^oUla office as provincial 'secretary of the organisation. He will likely make Calgary his headquarters la cpnnec-tion with his new work. AUSTRALIA'S ENLISTMENT NEAR HALF MILLION Melbourne, Nov. 15.-It is stated here that Australia's enlistment totalled 417,000 of which 330,000 went overseas. ' . FALSE ALARM Zurich, Nov. 16.-A dreadful .panic developed at Munich on Monday, according to the Tageblatt at Stuttgart. Munich had been very calm, but suddenly all sorts of alarmist reports Became current. Cries were raised in the stroeta ot SaMnlkl, Nov.: JS.ii-Oen. Buneest. commanding the'French forces, and! Gen.yWllBon, commander of the Brit-i iah,.arrived at Oonatmntinople yester-1 day, 6n a ;Fren�lx.:oratt,jhe first to! Toadh/the elty. Thfelboat was origin-i ally a.del-man pa'aavnger vessel, which was conflaeated bytha Prench while interned at Cherburg. .Just' ask in any drug store for a small bottle ot freezone. This will cost' but & tew centa but will po'&hiVely rid yeiw poor, Bufferi|ig^fQet of .every hard corn, soft corn, dr corn betiweon the toea, or the Hough ioallusess.OIL bottom of .feet; i Women! Ifeep i. tiny bottle on the esaef and'neybV''lot a corn kche .^lth s iiitUiH m thiBlloauntty interaated fn t*uilr-welfate, and to-�t$Ply the relatives and friends In Canada and .elsewhere with regular reports ot their ponAltlod. Lady DrumnK>nd begaln her miaalon with twovpr. tliree falthdil worliert,: btit it hat auice grewn into a great organization, with 2000 work-era, lOOO, hoapltal viaItora and numerous dapartmenta. 1 ; f The'-EMqiriea ZMtiartment has-sedt out as many as 1^016 letters in a day. Th�1>arq�lB Dapartmept up to the etfd of 1H7 had sent out 342,(28 parcels containing Canadian Rad Orosa Idta-^ Mth)^it�tlet': artioUa^l .olgarettiaa, ..stationery, etc.,-games, books, Bweet�, fruit, materials for work, and. the tbouaatm and ane: thing a tha men aak for. .'Soma Idaa ot tka coattnM'of the t�i^�l/!may h� gaiiilld trotr^^ thatrin on^. y^lr ttta l>areliaaln�.Dto-partifaant bought 1B,630,060 etgarettee, 8^ |(^ps of ) tohaci!to, 40,000 ahavlfig bruaha8;'6'tbn'a-'at-fnitt dfopti.and id tons of eating chocolate. . Tha' New'*-paper Department'^jdiatrlbuteB about 40-iaeki tt^ lawapa^ra airery time a mallju'riyaa ;trt�itt...roadvtrom ,a neutral country, and � ^ lb� ot .tobaeco or 250 cijnarettes, per.toriBli;ht^'^Bvery.sir mMthli aVcomplete outfit of.dlothing 48 sejat, th0Ugh<:,the;