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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - November 18, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta ( VOLUME yi. Provincial Premiers Will Discuss Lapd Settlement Scheme of Dominion Govt. Ottawa, Nov. 18.-A compreheslve �cheme of land settlement will be laid before the' Inter-provInclal conference ;which, meets i,n Ottawa tomorrow. Thei-iTcheme hris been in courBe of preparation for the past two months. H'ol-towing Ijla return frora thef summer conferoAe with the Imperial a'uthorl-tie8�t London, Hon. J. A. Calder con-iferred with'the governments of the /vreBtem ^provinces with a view to adoptldtt ol!.a general plqn. Under the aclieme which Mr. Calder will Bubmit'to'tho iuter-provinclal con-tereniee, It Is;' understood, special^ attention will be given to the question ot undeveloped lands, particularly lands permitted to lie idle for speculative purposes. It la proposed that the Dbmlnion aid provincial governments shall co-operate .In the-flcheme. Subjects on the conference agenda re: Problem of soldiers* gettlement. Problem of land settlement. 4 Request of the prairie provinces for be . discussedJ 'iPurth^r; concurrently with the hoUiagj " ''* 'nfprencBB,;there also will be' ferences of labor ex-| ' �t the labor depart-l datSpjnln V, sSbmi^iippHcy; ut tile, Doteiniitftf^dt bandllnc ; fttod? -cSfiferia-ceT rtei-. of-laborjaiid to'tlit) stqi ,. ^......_o doubt also come* 'taV toiue diacjiSBioa at the' main oon.' ference.: � ' ^ Oelegatea^ from�different provinces .�have alrWdy arrived here. Premier Foster of'New Brunswick and Premier Martin of Saskatchewan are here, premier 3lartin had a conference this norjalng with the miniater of immlgra-tloa. �.: ��yJ..:/ \ Smitliifberta's Great Total Southern Alberta lias oone over^Jhe top In wonderful style In the Victory Loan; in'apite of poor crop conditions, and the depressing effects ef the flu epidemic. The total, With Incomplete returnSi reported by V!ce-Ch|ilrman Marnoeh to the Herald this morning for-Southern Alberta la $13,407,200, as compared with ,f1Z,066,760, i^lsed laat year for the Victory Loan* This has exceeded the most optimistic expectations of Alberta'a total reported than �18,000,000 fpr'the loan. �$16,000,000, the loan executives. Northern is $4,700,000, so that Alberta has raised more The allotment for the province was [Y Soiith Alberta Makeis ProuJ Record In Loan; Lethbridge's Huge Total; South Towns' Remarkable Showing Greatest Naval Surrender In History Is Pending Kicked anthat h� . -council) ? the provisional �ppvernmeht on-^the ------ � of i the''Jugo-Slavlc countries formerly , , A rTulediby Austria-Hungary, *i -in Paris to establiah relations with. tUe entente., eovernments. ' - ^ ' - Mobilize Troops v^., > Baeel, Nov. 18.-The Hungaflafcgoy-ernment has ordered the mobiliza^ tlon otvtruopa on a pretext ihat it la necessary for the maintenahde. ot order, according to a Prague dispatph. fr"-" thR Czechoslovak pressk.burtiau which quotes advices from SkalltiB; Four classes^ have been called ^iip/and among the troops mobilized are, Sloy-l dies � " � ^ Through With Thfone;; ;7 : I Geneva, Nov. 18.-Former Ei4pe^6r Charles of Austria, who Is .stiir^iii Vienna, renounced the throne Iti-an autograph letter to Count KaroIy|,l president of the Hungarian hatibha) coouncil, says an Innsfiruck dialiatch received here. ___ Manitoba Man. two men^,with;whom Ae lived ar& Xieut.-Col. Cyril Wesley Peake, D. Geo. Doh^l and Pete Paulenko. It will S.O, of a. Manltpba regiment, for most be rem6ihbeired that the last named conspicuous bravery and ^killfut lea-figure'd in Jtheilast criminal session i dership. when in an attack under in-of thi S^jpiremiB Court' here on a'tense fire; Tiiis command quickly cap-charge of .bleating up a girl, Ethel Mc-' tureH its first objective, but progress Donald,' wl(fi a cuspidor. He is an-was held up by enemy machine gun AiiStrlAn aniaH three men were em- fire on his right flank. The situation ployed at No, 3;,mtne. being extremely difficult, Lieut.-Col. ' � �'�'1 ^Ar^estg Made/ Peake rushed forv/ard and made a per- PMenlto^on^a^'Joint charge oF murder" I fround which was heayiiy^ swept by ..... -i surprise but' It de-1 ^'^'^'''S reconnoitered the i^osltion three men had been' lie i'eturned and re-organize^ bat-' talion and,.-acting upon, knowledge personally, gained, puBl^od them .'forward and:,:arrangedth'o" protection of his �flanks^:' � � ], J''.- . � . ,�.��; ';He'tKen went out under the mps^ in-tehseAmachiniD. giih fire, Intercepted tho,.jan^. and.lgave;tlieiynecessaty di-TOct^8ii3pp|inun]g'a and ivered with blobd. � lohei appeared bef^e ate thi? morning but pending'the 'redplt of the'ji^est wMch^ is �" � *sat^iwa�i,iTieW, �morning; f ' ' "'n , 4 VON Tl RPITZ PLED /Copenhagen, Nov. 17.-^Admlr. atfvon Tirplts, former minister of >ths rGerman navy and- the man VMie was chlsfly responslifie .for >^ermany'8 .intensive submarine �6Smpaign, fisd to Switzerland Im-msjdiately the revolution '\n Germany brojke out, says^the' Frank-,fort ^Gazette.^ � GOVT. OFJIANAOA for the Canadian infantry battalion to push forward, ^o this battalion he subs^ubntly, gave-the requisite support by his magnificent display yE courage and fine qualities of leader-'.hip.. JJe iperaona;ily. led-the, advarfco and caused it to be- oontinued although always under heavy artillery and mia-chine gun fire and contributed largely to the success of the brigade attack. Quebec Officer. The second'Victoria -Cross was awarded to Lieut. Charles Smith Rutherford, M.C, M.M., ot a Quebec regi- Southern Alberta distrlttrf^ of Raymond, Cardston and Mdgrath, under the ,chairmanship . of S. J. Shepherd, went far over their objective irj. the Victory Loan, as Is shovvn by the above-figures. Incidentally they have.created a rec-�^ord that will be a proud one when compared with any othercommun^ ity In the whole of Canada, -MAGRATH'S HUGE TOTAL A message this morning, from Magrath places the ^1 final � total there at $201,200, or/tw^thiris of the, objective' of the 'ei)|llre:,. jils-trict, and more than t*^lce. the ob-i jectlve of .tl)e^towhis,ltiJ(�b!ch ,�{as only $b5,000/rp;ii|V l^aiiriith wins Van honor flagj^/and seven-crowns. The total-SMhserifaed?by Magrath for - this ^VaW and last jXe^r'' in the yiCtbryt^^LiSLPaiis,. : is, year. Very riw:.Mt'. , , , Cardston, Nov, 16.-^Cardston' re^ ceived the honor ; flag from'.;C,algary today and it now.'.waves; f^om the office rooms over Cahoou, � Bros.' store. Revised figures 'for" Friday's work show over twenty thoiisahd. dollars added to the total.,.; We sluCItliava two crowns for our flag at least, as mont for moBj conspicuous bravery. Initiative and devotion to duty. When ^ an assaulting party I for today's' work, 'making duty. "Whsn ' returns show, ovcSr jlxteen in command � of an assaulting party 'fn^^vd' w^^v Lieut. Rutherford found himself a con- wai OVER m American Correci|iim^eiit Finids Order Everywhere rr-^Rapid-ly Becomii^ l^Q)^ \ Vienna, Nov. 17.-^CVla :0eneva)- The Associated^ Pr^ess; ;COiteBpondent passing through ;^Vtf^i^n' territory in the wake ot the Arihy jretreiitln'g from Italy, finds order,;everywhere. There Is a.diBpoBltion'dfii'the part of the soldiers .^jind popitUitlbii 'to> .forget the. war. Tbsir hopas svarx^hare ate plOBsd to Preoldent vVilftm, . whom they expect tp. comb, qukikiy to their assistance with fbod.'^; It is on this condition that it,its.possible to maintain order." � There is much iWxaggerAtion in the Toronto, Nov. 18.-WhUe^offlcial riimpra of vlolwifee bbtweeu the.new figures of Canada's subscnptions. to republic and theSbW empire. The'cor-1 the second Victory Loan \c^mpaign rfesporident is aWbJ^tb: go about freely I >vWch ended Saturday night virlll.nbt by train or thrOugh>;t;he-atteots with-1 be availA^le until tonight,, members out Undlng any evidence of violenco of the central organization early ;thls or fires. The refibrfs-rf'Tldlbnce in morning st .ted that tliey are confident Grats* Lint? andelsewhere appeir; that between fifty and a hundred-mll- The dispatch adds that the fbhiier>^'"ertiaMk'^..[:>; H. Bossibarry, Secretary VibtbiiCD^ "Vi Committee. - \ }m Raymond's Record. ' . v Raymoad,; Nov. 18.-^The chaiifman^ the secrc,tary, t?ie canvassers and ^V't ' � erybody concerned are Taoiiblj^^^leSsetfi with th.ef^:l., roii;s and abllity'tp organize th!t:�?im:5;| paign made its success possiblelt. \^^^ '^y must also remember that the'-. Hays, sf, mond district includes Stirllngv^n^^he;; east apd the' farmfi and ranchesl^foi; severa^i milea south- and ' north';^bubi. goes only two mlies west of tiiw&y'l^iMrT*^^^^ Ing Wellifigih tUa MdgratJi diatricj; ibers Of the Socialist movement at Hie informed them thoy-^ere his pri-I�bor,jTemple on Saturday night bit- soners. An enemy officer disputed terly denounced.the'^leaders of organ- ^i's fact and,.inVited Lieut. Rutherford .ized Labor as "fakirs," and the tools to enter the pill,box, which he refus-ot the capitallstr.- ed to do. y By a bluff, however, he nThe;meeting had been calledby the made the enemy ,l)elieve they were district labor council for the purpose surrounded ;anfi tBe whole party, .lum-ofiprotesting against the order-in-coun- Bering 45, including two offlders and (Meifaourne,' Nov.: 18,-The A)>s-trallah *rsanate: today passed the rasdhitlen moyed.by .tl^svministry last weak providing that it is as-aaptiainovthe future welfare ~of 1 Australia vthat the captured Oar-.(nan-" possessions In'' the Pabifie hew oeoupled by Austrsllan and' New Zsafijnd troops should not In'any circumstances bs rastorad t'e'Germany... The rssoltition als9 provides, that .in the coffslderatlpn nd'datarmlnatlen of any propo-aals affaetl^ng dsstlnyof thass Islands Australia .should be cen> pulted^^Jj-'' : - ' . . riATIONilfL HpUftINQ SCHEME ' vhoMtiM oh'WfP' he Unas d^/maasurss, pifjipo-rfA.!" the Unr aa a pes- ictl.on ppl-.y t a plan. ilch .Pom-,-unieipal^. : itereft^d.;'; false. \ The retreat of-the .Austrian army was made in good order, with the exception of some incidenlls in a city oiccupledi - by Juco'-Slavs,,' where there was ;& too haaty~l(ttSmpt to disarm the soldiers. .., .^.f-'v�('--i..A �' Vienna appears, full of life. Tiie theatres are op#n "and vtb^' only fear that W8i}t w^ll, cMtiniie,-:jfO!Dd -havjng been refjis(�d \iy^ -^u^gi^rjr;-the Czecho-SlavB and the *Jugo|8lAvs. holding up SuppMeB. .It Is)' ndeat,*pf'i:i�o'/Ai8oclat-'i '^ ed- l�reBB ;J*.4h* Jlrtj.Tdirecl-wor4 from'  an AmericaB;'Cpmipo|idfjit : put of 4> Viwuw ilBoe AtjatJ^a^cama-'tp terms  ahd:�lghad tlta-sf^l^ti^i^Jitlv the al- � Iledv powers.' lion; dollars were over-subscribed: PRINCE OF WALES ^TO VI8W CANADA Reglna,'Nov. 18.-Dr. E. Hy.OII- ; ver, who is serving overseas ais-'a chaplain, .^recently lunched : with' the Prlnce^of Wales and hdrltold-Or. -Oliver that he . was goingrto Visit Canada.next year, Yhe'doctor pointed out to him the beautita of the weat and the Prince'assu^r-ed him that he had no-'intentl6ni.. of visiting Canada and not aesinB clli'which prevented strikes and lockouts a;td their regulation of labor pro-i�gan'da in anything but the English slanguage, which orders-in-counc^ were rescinded during the week. A Socialist member put up a resolution' calling for a Socialist government in CanadaXasklng for the release bf political prisoners and setting forth that "liie present war had been wPn byHbe workingmen of Germany." He! WAS loudly applauded. two machine guns, surrendered. Alberta Man. Actlng.Bergt. Arthur George Knight, late of an .Alberta regiment, was awarded the Victoria Cross for most conspicuous brayery, initiative and devotion to duty when after an unsuccessful^ attack, - Knight led bombing sections forward under a heavy fii'a of all descriptions and enga^d the enemy at close quarters. Seeing that LETHBUE RAIIig; MAGNIFIC PL OF mm DOUBLES Applications 1918 1917 3205 2989 Quofe , ^600,000" 750,000 'Amount Subscribed �1,148,900 972,000 ' Lethbridge surprioEd; .ftielf 'and ey- ______, _____ erybody else bn Sat.iirdajf'in the-clok-'l . _____ his party continued.to be held up ho ing dnve of tfife Vlctpry Loan cftm- IhejBxeeutlve of the Trades and La- dashed fprward, bayonetting several Pa^S" when, thousand by ; thousand bor Council said that there would be enemy machine 'gunners and 'trends'the figures mounted until at 10.30, no further discussion and ordered the, mortar; crews and forcing the remain- ^^^s" the doors at headquarters were . der to retire ,in confusion. He then. the total rested ^t �1;140,0G0 I brouglit:fbrward-,.a-Lewis gun and a> , �'^^''h�"t ha-t'ing heahV from thei'^banks ' ball cleared. rected fire, uponthe retreating enemy, inflicting .many'casualties. Fatally Wounded. aud a number of. canvassers oh'.'the �outsldo. On Frlday'night Avork .;Btop-ped with a total of $1,060,000. ' On Sat- the west. V Washington, hrpvMJ.-"TAe supieme court refused tdaaj^itp^revie'^v.the case of ^Tfaomas' Ji \Mi!jbiier;,' labbr-'leader, under sentence toj diei'lj^c.'- 13, for murder In coonepupmfwith''a bomb "explosion two yeaW i-KjCQ iln ^ iSan, Fran- ClSCO, 'i-,^' V- 'It, ,';.'.iiv'M'fe,-:::'!wi�^:v':^.; .�� ....... SUBSTITUTES NOT :  COMPULSORYi hjdWx* .Ottawa, Nov. is.-^Repealof; 4t the food board order which 4 made -^e: useof wheat aubBil-,,v,ie> tutes compuis'bry does ^n"bt'"-i>.' jyiarkhal Foeh, ,jn the course of m speech hS'dslIvered at a lunchepn given in his honor ysstarday i>y 'Pieid Marshal Halg, at the British 'army headquarters, aald that the hammer blows of the Britlah ware decisive factors In the final.crush-' Intjf defeat of the enemy. Sergt. Knight In the subsequent aa-i"''''^y JBO.OOO or over'was-snbsoribed,.l vance of his 'platoon saw a party of niaking it one of the Sig days of the 30 of the .enemy enter a deep tunnel, I'''^"IPO'Sh- ^ . ^ .v.\ , > which,'led' off -the trench. 'X-Ie again dashed, for.�girdalono and havlii? killed cna-otfioer''Knd two non-commis-sioned-pffleers*,- he captured 20 of other ranks.'.' Subsequently Ua sur '> Sixth Crowns Incidentally Lethbridge,-did .what-it,,^,,,,, ,,,,, uie aav u won mi "^'P^^* tc, dbMt added ingVell ;hitTf $4ofooacamo the sixth crown to,its'�ag, and was, the $1,100,000 mark wjs reach Medicine Hj^t havfe only' to'pqlnt^ittf s;^] their crowns on.their flagslafi 8niy(W|i�l to this. Under Chairman .^aallA?;|t]&a�M -Lethbridge loan workers , ^wprtMs!)^|.l hard every minute of theiii^tlmtjj:.;a';;�| when one considers that 3?05 apl>lwii^*'�'4P tions were turnP'd ,Jn it.is plain;,tai^1w?.?j)^ seen that nothing waa'-ovei'look^dfeil-Sif The city of Lethbridge clainsij^ainf^l honor for Southern Alberta which other qltie's cannot touch',,, anauuu., for percentage bi subspribers. ,?LGnp overva.94 of the\i)ppuftit|pn;i^p.|&'^*' to the last Domihibh CQneu8",b,p| bond. The average value.ot tlvpt,, bought was |358.86, or;;Without...cs4. ering the city's purchase':all. This very gaL lant soldier was �ubsequently fatally wounded.\ 'HUN. PROPAGANDA Washingt�rn,; Nov. 18.-Govern-m�nt' ageW''see' evidences that^v ^Gf'rman 'propaganda machinery In . tha United Sta^tes is Joeing put in working ^ordiar again to promote aS>tlm'ents bf-leniency toward' Qarmany^fn peace terms, i.Conssqdently, . department of justice J! offjclala' today warned thatntNe~>pUb;liC';.,,,on-the way to the sevdnth';' c;: J . \ But though Lethbridge -led' the way. thusiasm knew mo bounds;: li'TJie local,committee httd to the sixth crown.lhirclt7tkmrMV?Pdftt^^^^ Its hat and. offers lieartiesrcongrat�:, then thfdoors werl obLS la ions to the city of MedicIie^.Hat workers SraTeTtM^d?i where, by a strong pull dl Sa^turday ^Efethbridge went |5Bo5o6&^ then added the seventh, Jaadlrig, all j bratlon. ^ ^^^'yt^'"' ciUes in the west for^ftat h5n(ir7rfMed, ' V ^. M^.r.'nld W-^" 'fw .iw .^-"^f?^ L�thb>lfgo.A'Hb^^ver iiiing district about ^}i^Jt^^^^^^ Hut'.fi^pti^was'.onfy nbt'.knowri.at Vletorv I^n' $500,�00;^galnst Leto^ge'?' M(}'o,?po "era t|� � nornlng ChaS^Aiil placed them in a bettiir�posit,ionkor .'��*5-r"T"'�''W1W�^ [.winning the crown/'hdn^ra, T^tlj^irl,A have'had-the bept city in Canada,, b hfevJearnfed BubBcBbpd?; a^d ^alSS-'thd^^ fi^yi ,g"ph;'"'t.ring wprV, ii.r^� A94D 00 483249 ;