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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - November 18, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta , MONDAY;TJQVEMBEKl8,1918i THE LETHBRIPGE. DAILV Jh*y/IALD PAGE SEV^ri ?  .LIFT A LITTLE' > * �   � ft -�  * * >  � Lifla little! Lftt a irttle!,' Neighbors, lend a helpidK band . To that Jjeavy-laden brother. s Who for weakness scarce can stand, _ ^. , � ,, . , M'hat to thee>lth thy strong muscle Father Cozonet oKIclatlng,'when � � # ft 4>'4> ^ ft ft.ft^ft'ft^ ft ft ft- . : ft ft WEDDINGS ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft 4 ft ft ft ft KEINNBDY-McGINNIS Ji quiet but iiretty weddjpg took place at St. Patrick's church at eight o'clock this morning, November 18th. Seems a light; and easy load. Is to him a ponderous burden, Cumbering his pilgrim road. , . ' , , -Selected. > :;'� * �;� " ft ft ft ft,ft ft ft � ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft  \ '' ft PERSONAL ft ft ft ft ft ft ft,/ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft. ft ft ft ft ft Miss Luella Cascadden and Miss 4^1iqp CcfBcadden left at the end of the A'oek for an eitended visit to Portland, Oregon. : (� * � * Mrs. Wellsman has arrived from England to live with her son Mr. Fred Wellsman. Miss Marcella Lafflerty vrjtio has, 1)oen' confined to her home through-| illness for several days, is n�w able' to 'be around 'again. �,.�..� *� Mlsa Speck is expected to arrive In the ''City shortly from Nfibleford and will make her pennanent resir dence-'here. �  '. � ' Miss Nellie Sellins arrived In the city lagt week from England to join her parents in the city.  *,  , Mr. and Mrs, H. V/. Woods, of Car-fetairs, are In the city, bavins' been called here by'the death of their son Roy. 1  \.  � * * � Miss C.'B. McKinley, sister of Mrs. R. H. Knight, who has been'nursing InfluoBza patients, and who is a teacher on the Victoria High eohool staff, left Thursday night, for Lethbridge, called there to nurse her sister, Mrs, JRedman., and her daughter; who ar^ suffering from influenza.-^Edmonton Bulletin. Miss Vera Kennedy, of Lethbridge, formerly . a member'of the Hudson Bay Store for over four years, was united in marriage to Allen McGlnniss, son of Captain Robert McQinniss, of Calgary. The bride wore a becoming hat of white crepe and blue velvet, a burgundy coat kad mink furs. She was assisted by her sister. Miss Mary Kennedy. The groom wap.b bait complexion. CMalna feaar* aianaiara PAI.EFACES . consented to publish the recipes of the three cakes an caused by ,a spark from a locomotive on the Grand Trunk. FRENCH APPOINTEE Basel, Nov. 18.-(Havas)-More of the smaller German principalities have followed'the-,example of their large neighbors and have taken steps towards establishing republican forms of government. Saxe-Meliiiiigen has b,een proclaimed a reprublic and all estates owned by princes are made public proprerty. A special dispatch from Karlsruhe says that tlie provisional government has announced that Grand Duke Frle-derich has ab;lloated and that Baden is a free republic. A constituent assembly will later determine the form of government to be established. BULGARIAN REPUBLIC Athens, Nov. 18.-Reports of a change of the regime in Bulgaria and of the -proolamatloh of a republic thel-e have been. received here, but official confirmation is,lacking. '^OFFICIALLY .NOMINATED , Washington, /'Nov... 18.-John W. Davis was formally nominated today by President Wilson.-to be American ambassador to Great Britain .and Alec I'G. Laing, of Atlanta, Oa., Avas nominated to succeed Mr. as solicitor general. REACH BUDAPEST Basel. Nov. IS'.^The Hungarian minister of war knnbiinces the early arrival in Budapest-of 50 French Paris. Nov. 18.-Vlce-Admlral J. F. officers and 1,000 French soldiers. C. Amet, .commanding the 2nd French Barraijjja are being nrfepared for the squadron at Conatantinople. has been,soldiers, while a hdteT will be set appointed French commissioner '-' the Turkiah government. '� to aside for the officers. ELECTORAL LISTS ./Paris, Nov. 18,-The electoral lists fok" voting for members of the con imately $500,000. MONUMENT REMOVED Peking, Nov. 16.-The Von Kettel'er monument, erected under compulsion ^ytUoiit^ssembTy; In GW^^^^ of he German arovernment, is being completed on Jaiuary'2/according to riT'�_X!'*-..^� "^^^ appro*-,'a dispatch from feasel to the Journal, quoting advices from Berlin. The elec-tiotts'will be held on Feb. 2. ATHLETES DROWNED Toronto, Nov. IS.-Joseph McKen-?ie arid William Latimer,'well known athletes of ithis city and both members of the li-ish Rifle AsBoblatioh of Toronto, .were drowned In the Parry Sound district while deer hunting. The remains have not yet been foundi GERMAN MINISTER Basel, Nov. 18.-(Havas)-Hugo Preuas has been appointed German state secretary of the interior, according to a Berlin'dispatch. COST OF LIVING RISING^ Otta�wb, Nov. 18.-Durinp October the last full month of the, war, the cost of livinir in Canada was still ascending, accordinp to figures compiled by the labor department. FLOUR SUPPLY EXHAUSTED Stockholm,' Nov. 18.-Reports' from Heisingtors are to the effect that bread flour has become exhausted. There is none for distribution this week and the situation is said to be desperate. ,, ; AUTHOR OF "J'ACCUSE" : Stockholm, Nov. 18.'^(Mail and Ehnplre cable)-Dr. Richard Qrielling has wired from Zurich to Chancellor beaten stiff, add ens last. (Flliinc}i Elbert and Huga Haas, ackUowledg-Use yolka of five efga, making custard, ing hlmeelt the author of the world aa for blanc mange, jfdd piece of but-After removing from fire beat l;er. w�ll and add 1 cup chopped nuts. White Layer Cake: Cream together 2' cupa ot Bugar, % cup butter or Crisco, II cup aweet.milk, 1 teaspoon of any flavorlnf, 3 aoant oapa flour, ivheat or corOr 2 teaepoons bakinis powder, whites of 4 okkb beaten stiff (Filling) Blanc uiaofe cuitard flavor- fa^ojus books "J* AccuBe and "The Crime" and ottering to the new German government his co-operation for the peace rebuilding. He also demands a cessation of his pending trial for treason and.the re: vocation of an order for his arresi iasued by the German Imperial author-1 itlea and the free distribution of his j people a message of our sincere cbn-bookB. ,  I gratulations." IN DENMARK. Copenhagen, Nov. -IS. - Former Grand Duke Ferdinand' of Mecklen-bur^Sch^erin, who' abdicated last week, hatf "arrived here with his Kng-lish-born wife and their Children. The Danish king,,who is a brother of the formei* grand duke,; received the party. CONGRATULATES POLES iyohdon, Nov. 18.-Arthur J. Balfour, j secretary of state;for foreign affairs,' has sent the following letter to the Polish national comigaLlttee:'. "At this moment when thei armistice has set the scale on the united efforts: bf'the allies in the cause of freedom, \ Hla''Majesty's government is; more i "than ever conscious ot the loyal co operation which it received from the poles during the course .of this cruel war. It is a great pleasure for me to beg of you on behalf of'His Majesty's government to convey to, tlie Polish le JUeaf XJJPKtWitA their name/because Maple; Leaf Tires have: the stamina necessary to reach their objedive'- More Mile* for the Dollar! Maple! Leaf Tires are- honestly built by skilled craftsmen, using high grade materials. And now, for the first time, you can get Non-Skids for the price of Plain Treads. DEALER^: Get particulavM from hading jobhmrti MBBERS: Wriimmfa^ Tk* Maple .L��fJ^ubb�r Co., Mmit�jd. en SUBS DID London, Nov. 17.-Details can now lie given of the part which British gubmarinns. played during the war. This service deatroyed the following enemy warships:' Two battleships, two armored cruisers, two light cruisers, seven destroyers, five gunboats, 20 submarines and five armed auxiliary vessels. One Zeppelin, three battleshipa and, one.light cruiser were torpedoed, but reached port safely. Other enemy craft destroyed were: Fourteen transports, six ammunition and supply ships, tiwo store ships, 53 steamships and 197 sailing ships. In no case was a merchant ^ip sunk at sight. Care Was taken to see that the orewB of all vesaela got safely away. In addition to cari-ylng out their attacks on enemy warcratt, the submarines played an Important part'in con voy work. BULLETINS TO MARCH HOME Italian Headquarters In Northern Italy, Nov. 17.-Ciecho-Slovak soldiers to the number of 40,000, mobilized on this front by the Italians, are preparing to march home by way of Austria, as soon as their national prisoners held by the AuBtrlana are returned. NEW GERMAN PARTY Copenhaokn, Nov. 18.- The Berlin 'Vorwaerta announces that a new non-Socialist republican party is soon to be formed from the ranks of the progressives and the Left wing of the National Liberals. The new party have, a democratic and far-reaching social program. WAS ABANDONED Montreal, Nov. 18.-The Marine Wireless Telegraph company \re-ceived words this morning from ita station at St. Johns, Newfound-, land, that the Britiah steamer Caacapedia, reported in distresa last night, had been abandoned and set on fire. All handa have been saved and are now on board the British steamer Belleroppon, the ager^t reported. BURNED TO DEATH / Prince Albert, Sask., Nov! IS. -The body of Oacar Erlclcaon, a well known young farmer of the Canwood district, has been found in the wreck of a burned aback, 17 milea north of the town. It is believed lie perishedj there while occupying the place 'as a hunting lodge. It la preaumed that the fatal fire came from where the deceaae^d had been cooking out-alde the aback. WANT INVESTIGATION Vancouver, Nov. 18.-Salmon cannara of Britiah Columbia are making streniioua efforts to have a fully authorized repraaentatlve of the food board aant to thia> coast to investigate a atate of af-! faira alleged to exiat on account of the requialtioning of the aal-mon pack which, it ia contended. INimSEBiUirSSIIIENGIH ' Eyerybiody lovec a baby and emybom wants a biibyi,abun-danUy robust There are many young chiMren to whom SCOTTS fNULSiaN given in hubII potliona at intarrab duriat each day,.woul4 be aa impoftant fader in evafOMBiing malmitiiliMi and aiarliiHl them well oh the road to rebuat'i net*. Evfiy jrop of jMMff Hi ptfr#�- nch nootwAiNwify (mi kind thut baiUt atrmngth taut prom0lM httdthy growth. 44it OHUdfrnm IkHvm am WoaWm ficott*aayme, Totonto.Ont. IB-IS MOTHER! DOK'T TAKE IF IS if C'roaa, F^erlah, Sick, Bilious, Clean Little Liver and Bowela. A laxative today eaves a sick child tomorrow. Children simply will. not take the time from ylay to empty their bowels, which^ become clogged up with waste, liver gets sluggish, stomach sour. tioo.k at the tongue, Mpther! If coated, or your child is liBtiess, cross, feverish, breath bad, restless, doesn't eat heartily, full of cold or has, sore throat or..any other children's ailment, give .*a teaspoonful of "California Syrup of Figs," th'en don't worry, because it is perfectly harratesa, and in a few hours ail this constipation poison,-sour bile and fermenting waste will gently move out of tlie bowels, and you have a well, playful child again. A thorough "inside cleansing" iR ofHmes all thit is necessary. It siiould be the' first treatment given in any slcknese. Beware, of .counterfeit fig syrups; Ask your druggist for a bottle of "California, Syrup of Pigs," which lias;.fuir directions for bablea.^cfaildren of all ages anri; for 8;rbwn-||^b plainly printed on the bottle. Look carefully and see that it if made by the "Califon-la,Fig Syrup Company,"--Advert. OBITUARY FRANCIS JAMES FRY November fifth, nineteen eighteen, saw the ptss-ing of Francis James Fry, for some years Chairman of the House 6f J. S. Fry & Sons, Limited, of. Bristol, England. ^ For nearly seventy yeans Mr, Fry held a leading position in the development of the House of Fry, and to his commercial genius, unfailing tact, and gracious courtesy,..thc, worldwide success of the House was very largely attributable. it may be stated with confidence that Mr. Fry was a man who, While he had hosts of friends, never made an enemy in business, politics or religion-yet he consistently maintained independctice of thought. His sterling honesty and his courteous tolerance of opposing views had always ensured him respect. At the ripe age of eighty-four years, and after a long life of active usefulness, the Empire loses one of its Merchant Princes, and the World is today poorer by the loss oi one of her finest Citizens. Our deepest sympathy goes out to the bereaved family, and our hope that the sadness will be brightened by the memory of many kindly acts during the long life SO nobly spent. - is not only deplorable iwlth regard to the present pack, but detrimental to the prospects of the industry in the future. PAYMASTER MISSING Toronto, Nov., 18.-'A paymaster with one ot the sen'ice'Tinlts at the Exhibition Camp Ib missing, and his books, according to military. authorities at Toronto headquarters, are short $22,000. Gambling on the stock exchange is said to be tlie cause. HAD 14 PASSENGERS Paris, Nov. 18.-M.Lorgnat, who Inaugurated the Londonf-Parts herlAl postal service in Juhe, made an attempt for an altitude record today. With 14 passengers In hifmchinc, he ascended 1425 metres, when .the attempt had to be abandoned because ot a rainstorm. The flight consume^d aA 'hour and 15 minutes. ADVERTISE CANADA BY MOTION PICTURES Ottawa, Nov. 18.-B. E. NorriBh has been given charge of Dominion government picture work. Mr. Norrlah is an applied science graduate of Queens. By means ofimovlng pictures, It Is proposed to advertise Canada abroad. Arrangements already have been made for the exhibition of Canadian films in the United Kingdom, Australia, New Zealand and South Africa, PROHIBITION BILL READY Washington, Nov. 18.-Final legia. lative'action was taken'today, by the senate on the national "war time" prohibition bills. effecUve July 1 next, and. continuing until demobilization. The measure will go to Presidettt Wilt policemen of the city to be affiliated, with the Trades and Labor Council. MAY JOIN DKNIMARK London, Nov. 18.-^Announcement was made in Copenhagen Sunday, ac-cordlng^to an Slxchance Telecrapb.^liB-patch from the Danlah capital, that Dr. Solf, the German foreigB aeoretaiy, had declared he would propoae to Deb-mark that a plebiscite be hel4 la Schleswlg-Holsteln to decide whether that territory ahould remain Qemaa or Join Denmark. - IMPORTANT Red Cross Issues Citculai" Regarding Needs of Society Workers Are Urged Not to Allow tlie Conclusion of Peace- to Interferie With Ried Cross Activities OFFICIALS OF THE ALBERTA PROVINCIAL BRANCH HAVt ISSUED THE FOLLOWING CIRCULAR TO RED CROSS WORKIRB tHROUGHOUT THE PROVINCE, AND DESIRE TO DRAW THE ATTENTION OF THE PUBLIC QENERAiLY TO JHE INFORM-'ATION CONTAINED THEREIN: DEAR SIR OR MADAM. '< . The last few ^ daya have geen , the cesaatlon of hoatiliUei and the world is practically aaaured of a aatisfactory' and, we trust, ja,; lasting peace. While great IssueB have been ahapinf themaelveav abroad, our people at home have beeu eosaged in, combaUng the-ravages of. an epidemic, during which membera of our Red Craas^-Branches have Volunteered their services to nurBe the atok bnd to, assist the suffering by ev�ry means in their power. Th^organiia-' tio'n of the Red Cross in Alberta haa been placed at the diapotal of , the Public Health Department, and RadCroBBiSuppliea, have been' Bent to Influenza patients in all parts of the Province. Under theae circumstances, we take this opportunity of, congratulating all ourr Branches on the splendid work which has been accomplished through-^ .their etfortB. . "i' The Canadian Red Oroas Society is a war-time organization, and : as such has hitherto carried, on ita operatlona only in time of war: Its .work has been limited to the relief of Sick and Wounded SoIdtefB, to the amelioration of the condition of Priscner� of war and to thoae� civiiiauB who have suffered as a direct result of war. A meeting of the Central Council of the Society will be b^ld iti.Toronto on the 26th Inst, after which we hope to be in a poaittoo to furnish .Istonaationi as to the demands which'are likely'to be madeupon th<^, Red 6roBB ' during the coming months.' In the meantime we would Ilka ^to point i 'out to our Branches that even with'(Jie advent of Peaces there, ahould be no lessening of Red Cross effort.:" All workers ar�remiad�d that: (1) Red CroBB Supplies and Cdroforts will'be needed tor 3iok and Wounded Soldiers for some considerable time i aftiBlr^^Oatilitlu ' have ceased.' '{''' � � '� '� (� � (2) The needs or our Invalid Soldiers who are returning home ' must be met and comforta and supplies will be raquijred-lit Canadian Military,Hospitala for many mantha to come." ' V . v, (3) At the preaent-time, the'attention of the Canadian'Red X^roas-is directed to the pitiful condition; exiting' amonkatRefagMB ft-Allied Nations,returning:to their homes with~ppactically no clothing, and in urgent need of aBaistance; hIbo to the requirements of oqr forces in Siberia and to th�9 needs of our allije* in.thairconptry. JMHeri,� information in regard to this ivork ia'exacted 'iti the'cburae' 6^'the'^ next few days,, and yriU be made public. During the past jrqur yeara, the work of the Red Cross ^aa become one of the moat, important factors in our national lite, and as auoh it Is felt that the possibility of utilizing this great organization for promoting Uie health and welfare of the Cfcnadian people in time of peace, must be considered. ' Thiii quiestlon -will be fuUy disoaaked at the coming meeUng of the Central Council on the 26th Inat.,' at which repj^sentatlvw irom Alberta, vwUl he present. The resiuUs olT^ thla'?^' Conferenoe wjll be laid before our pepple as spon as po8�|Mf iiherl^ after, In the meantime we ask that (you wlU direbt the atlehMoft of,-, your workers to the' Information c6n|bin�d lu tKi^ circuIjiT'T ' Yours faithfully, Ad: C R, ,t, lENNI^TT, Pfeaiatot. MAfitr, PINK HAM, . J^ MARV p. WAAGEfl, . AlJiertaV Jqlnt? ''1 mm. m I 8764 ;