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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - November 18, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta VOLUME XI. LUTIIBHIDGE, ALHI-LIVl'A. MONDAY, NOVKMBKH 18, 1!>1S MMHF.R T.87 S. ALBERTA STANDS HIG LOAN PLAN All SETTLEMENT Provincial Premiers Will Discuss Laptl Settlement Scheme of Dominion Govt. South Alberta's Great Total Southern Alberta has gone over the top In wonderful style in the Victory Loan, in spite of poor crop conditions, and the depressing effects of tho flu epidemic. The total, with Incomplete returns, reported by Vice-Chairman Marnoch to tho Herald this morning for Southern Alberta is $13,407,200, as compared with $12,0G6,75O, lyilaed last year tor the Victory Loan. This exceeded the meet optimistic expectations of the loan i.-xccutives. Northern Alberta's total reported is $4,700,000, so that Albert.i has raised more than $18,000,000 for the loan. The allotment for the province was $16,000,000. Ottawa, Nov. IS.-A cmnpreheslve scheme of land settlement will be lalvi-denco to the manner In which the crlhcd: murdered man i-hm  to his end. The! Manitoba Man. two men with whom he lived are! Lieut .-Col. Cyril Wesley p..;,k.'. 11. Oeo. Doha! and Pete Paulcnlco. It. will so- r � Mnnleiba regiment, for most be remembered that the. hiht named1 conspicuous bravery and .skillful len-finured in the lam criminal session i dershlp when in an attack under in-of the Sunrenie Court hero on a'tense fire, his command quickly cap charge of beating up a FJirl. Ethel Mr-'tureil its first objective, but progress Donald, with n cuspidor. He in an was held up by enemy machine gun Austrian and all three men won; cm-1 fire on his rlxht flank. The situation ployed lit No, " mine. I being extremely difficult. Lieut..Cel. London. Nov. is.-M'.-inadlan !Ve.-.-Dlspatch from Iteuters.i In its issue of Saturday the London (iazettn records tlie awarding of !."> new Victoria crosses, of which four went to Canadians. The splendid exploit* of threr' � of tin? latter are thin officially dc-- SOUTH DISTRICTS Magrath................$201,200 Cardston ............... 1s6,500 Raymond ............... 130,000 V/IIH THE ALLIES Arrests Made Withtrf fifteen, minutes of the alarm Chief Hurdle arrested Dohcl and Paulenko on ti Joint charge ot murder. They registered surprise but it d PeaUe rushed forward and made a personal reconnaissance unJer heavy machine gun fire across a stretch of | ground which wits heavily swept by I five, lluvlti;' reconuoltcrcd the position Amsterdam, Nov. 17. - The Dutch volunteer landstrum con-eletlng of men who'were not obliged to undertake military dut-MM, have been called to the col-re. The situation in Holland is threatening. Londcil, Ntv. 17-The crisis in Holland Ik becoming threatening, according to private, advices received in London Friday, says the Telegraph. The newspaper adds that unless the government Is able to speedily allay the agitation of PielorJ Troolra and other Socialists who are botieved to fce supported by targe sections of workers, a revolution may lie expected. All measures have been taken to preserve order but In view of the deep discontent which is shared by the army .police, apprehensions are felt thut events at any moment may take it German turn. London. Nov. 13.-The Potsdam soldiers' and workman's committee learns that WllUam Hchen-zollern Intends to return to Germany because of disturbances in Holland, according to a Copenhagen dispatch to the exchange Telegraph company. The Lokal Anseigor of Berlin states that he to likely to be permitted to return* Prlnft Eitel Frederick, son of the former emporer has appealed to his comrades of the Potsdam | garrison to place themselves at ! the disposal of the new government in Germany. KAISERIN IN HOLLAND Amsterdam, Nov. 18.-The former German empress has arrived In Holland, making the Ulp-eiy airplane, aoeordlng to Zevtnaur cor-respondent of the Telegraaf. AUSTRIA TRYING 1 10 FORGET WAR American Correspondent Kinds Order Everywhere -Rapidly Becoming Normal v , velo'ped that Uu> three men hud been ' h'' returned and re.organlr.ed his bat-JUKO-Slavs Take Action_Em- riKlitlni; moat of the evening; be- I tiilitm ami. acting upon knowledge pei sides which -both men's hoot.-, and clothing were covered with blood. - Paulenko and ])ohe| nppenred bef�?c , the city magistrate this morning but were adjourned pending tho result oft "u';" "uiehmo gun fire, intercepted IS-Antoiie Korosupe, the evidence at the inquest which Is!*-1"' t�"k>� and gave tie in necessary ,11 pcror Charles Tired of State Affairs Ronally gained, pusl. -d th.-m ami arranged the protectio flanks. He then wetit out under th" mo.-i it oruard of hi ; i'it ris, Nov preHldt-nt of the .I'u-oSlav mitlomil being held. A twos'-mortem council, the provisional povernnient on t|l() victim this morning of the .IngoSlavic countries formerly ---- rtjle.j |,y Austria Ilungury, rs in Paris to i stublish relations with the entente government". Mobilt-e Troops Hasel. Nov. is, -The lluiignrlilu gov-eniment has ordered the mohlllza-tion of troops on a pretext that It Is necessary for the maintenance of order, a cording to a Prague dispatch fr..... the ('/echo-Slovak press., bureau which quotes advices from Skalllz. Pour classes have been called up and among the troops mobilized urn Slovaks. Through With Throne lieni'va. Nov. is -I'ormer Kmporor ( harbii of Austria, who Is still In \ leniiti. renounced the throne In an autograph lettnr to Count Karolyk, president of the Hungarian national coouucll, says uu innsbruek dispatch received here The dispatch adds that the former monarch in now wearing was held VON TIRPITZ FLED Copenhagen, Nov. 17.-Admir. al von Tirpltt, former minister of the Gorman navy and the man who was chiefly rceponsibte .for Germany's Intensive submarine campaign, fled to Switzerland Immediately the revolution In Germany broke out, says'the Frankfort Gazette. T. Vienna, Nov. 17.-(Via Geneva)- The Associated Presa correspondent : passing through Austrian territory in 1 the wake of the artby retreating front Italy, flude order everywhere. There is a disposition on the part of tho soldiers and population to forget the i war. Their hopos everywhere are pinned to Preuldent Wilson, whom they expect to come quickly to their 'assistance with food. It in on thin condition that it Is possible to maintain order. There is much exaggeration in the rumors of violence between the new republic and the old empire. Tho correspondent is ab!o to go nhont freely by train or through the atronts without finding any evidence of violence or (Iron i lotheH 'and that he ways he Is entirely fintHhed with �tate atfaira and wlahea to live In the future / as n private citizen. Toronto, Nov. IS.-Occupying every cVvii'l'aVi lnt'" ot tn" "I""*- su'ii'' ft them cling- VICTORY LOAN GOES WELL OVER HALF Toronto, Nov. 18.-While official figures of ChiiuiIr'h HubKcriptiona to tho second Victory ljian campaign which ended Saturduy night will not be available until tonight, members ot the central organization early tills The reports of vlidonce lu morning at t-'d that th�y are confident lug from ratters, more than 10"0 mem hers of the Socialist movement at the Labor Temple on Saturday night bit terly denounced tho leaders of organized Labor u.s "faklrn," and the mol.-i of the capitalists. The meeting had been called by tho district labor council for tho purpose of protesting against tho order-ln-coun-ell which prevented striken and lockouts and their regulation of labor pro rections pointing cut where they were 1 to make for and thus have a way in:i:le j for the Canadian infantry battalion to | push forward. To thi- battalion he j Mibse/jiii n'ly gave flu- :v'Hii.--'ite ?m>- ( | port by hi* magnificent display ( i I,. and tine n in coiiiniaiid of an assaultIik partv ' Lieut Ituthei ford found biniself a considerable dilance ahead of his nn-si and at th" same moment observed ,i I fully armed and strong enemy party j oUlflide a pill box lllie.ul of bim. lie, beckoned them with bin revolver to cime to him. In return they waved > for him to come to them. He did this i and Informed them they were his i ri ! honer-'. An enemy officer disputed ' thlh fact ami invited Lieut, ltutherfor I ! to enter the pill box, which he nfus- ; ed to do. lty a bluff, however, lie ! made the enemy believe t!u1 !., Ill,- !�!..!.!> Carii: ion, ii;. . t'ardstun re- lelved the ho; or !!ai; f'.oui Calgary today and n now wave- from the off i total. We sltaTT tutVi� two croivn,-: for i�i:r flai; at least, as incomplete return" show over jdxteeii thousand -or today's w >rk. making our total far $ I lo,.".i"�. CaiiHton is up ullh a li.Ui.: The c.irdston Drug anil Book company, Lamar HepplT choo storn and the Cardston I^ian company have cm-l>>tn^ of |to per cent. The largeat individual subscriber in thin district is fir. 15. TL Htackpole, who took another fivn thousand today, making his total of thin is�ue ten thou-rami dollarp. Kimball district has thn nex' largest In Mr. Cllencairn It. Tliomp.Kou. Th� town hns twenty thousand over its objective tonight, and Mountain View, Kimball, Houn-duly Creek ano Haley have all exceeded the objectives pet for them. Hurrah: See us hit. one hundred and fifty thousand. Plneber Creek. I'incher Creek". Nov. 10.-Grand total tonight over two hundred and thirty thotMam'. with a few more applications to come In from outside polnlp. Have written over one hundred thousand in l*vst two days. ('ativaiifior.H and rouH/iitteo working ' ^ertlmo.^--II. liosn*lurry. Secretary Victory Loan Coinmltte*. \ Raymond's Record. Uavmojil. Nov. is.-The chalrinau, the secrttary, the carvansers and in-erybody concen.eil are doubly tilcnred with th, results of the Victory I/ian � amp ii tn and ih*.;. A very great deal ot ih" credit for the leu"; overmihucrlptlon is din- Secy. Kvans whose untiring effort mund dlsirtct Includes Stirling on the ia-' wlle" ttfu'p an uusm" Melbourne, Nov. 18-The Australian senate today paeeed the resolution moved by the ministry last week providing that it is essential'to the future welfare of Australia that the captured German possessions In the Pacific now occupied by Australian and Now Zealand troope should not In any clrcumetanoes be restored to Germany. The resolution also provides that in the consideration and determination of any proposals if feet I nfl the destiny of these Islands Australia should be consulted, NATIONAL HOUSING 8CFJEME Ottawa, Nov. national housing sohetmH' "0e*a the lines f measures p: co-^nin the United Kingdom pure* �'td as a possible phase of \eVuctlon policy, it is ay l.sV^^ut a plan might be drt. laf^leh Oom- Inlon, provlW > anu�i'.nunlcipal tuthorltlss v? uld be interested. (iratr., Linti and elsewhere appear false. v \ Tho retreat of the Austrian army \v�* made in good order, with the exception of some incidents lu a city occupied by Jugo-Hlavs, where there waa a too haaty attempt to disarm the soldiers. Vienna appears: full of life. The theatres are opan and the only fear thut want will continue, fund huving boeu refused by Hungary, the Czecho-Slsva and the Jugoslavs holding up supplies. It Is claimed thut Austria cannot continue without' bread. It is chiefly bread that is lacking. Food conditions in Germany are said to bo* better than they are here. The above dilpatoh received from a staff correspondent of the Associated Press is the first direct word from an American correspondent out of Vieana. since Austria came to term� and signed the aruistico with the allied poweru. MOONBV MUST DIE Washington, Nov. 18,-The aupismo court refused today to review the cuso of Thomas J, Moonoy, labor louder, under sentence co die Dec. 13, for murder in connection with a bomb explosion two years r�t�o in San Prau-1 cisco, that between fifty mid n hundred million dollars, were over-subscribed. PRINCE OF WALES TO VISIT CANADA Reglna, Nov. 18.-Dr. E. H. Oliver, who ia serving overseas aa a chaplain, recently lunched with the Prince of Wales and he told Dr. Oliver that he was going to visit Canada next year. The doctor pointed out to him the beauties of the west and the Prince assured him that he had no Intention, of visiting Canada and not seeing the west. inent la Canada.sasking for the re lettso of political prisoners and setting forth that "tho present war had been won by the workiugmen ot Germany." Ho was loudly applauded. The executive of tho Trades and Labor Council �ald that there would be no further diHcussion and ordered the hall cleared. �   SUBSTITUTES NOT   COMPULSORY NOW �  Ottawa, Nov. 18.--Hepeal of   be used by bakers or in homes havo successfully used these 6 and not compulsory, +   BRITISH DECISIVE Paris, Nov. H.-(Reuters.)- Marshal Foch, in the course of a speech he delivered at a luncheon given in his honor yesterday by Field Marshal Halg, at ths British army headquarter*, said that the hammer blows of the British were decisive factors In the final crushing defeat of the enemy. ceasful attack, Knight led bombin sections forward under a heavy fire of all descriptions and enr.a'syd the enemy at close ipiarters. Seeing t.'iat his party continued to b� held up he dashed forward, bayunettlng several enemy machine gur..iera and \niuli mortar crews and forcing iht..l of si.inlti.t'im. On Sat- bought wa* !!">!.sr., or without conslsV 1 inihy J'.'u O,00ta .�.lakins it one of the big days of the each bought $;'�t:; worth. (.impni.i'.n. ' I On Saturday morning t'hairroau Una* j Sixth Crown. ) lim thought thut if Lethbrldge got In j Incidentally Lethbridgo did what It J.'u.ouu during the day it would be dtt* had never expected to do--it added itiK well, while, if |40,Uuu cauta is Me! the sit.Ui crown to its fluff, ;;nd was ibe fi,luu,00t> murk was reached il the first city in Southern Alhortn to would he doing everything possible, appri.-e Via or/ Loan Southern Alber-'Hm evvry canvasser got on the job tu ho:itlled-1 icluo Hat raised $1,075,1)00, just $70,-OOU leis than Lethbrldge. , However Miners Did Well, Though the actual figures from th* . mining district about Lethbrldge were the fact that the Hat's uuota wua only! not known at Victory Loan headtnW' SnUO.tidd ugainiit Lethbridge's $t'>00,000 placed them in ,\ hotter position for winning the crown honors. Lothbridge however does not try to detract from .Mudiclno Hat's honors. They earned il by meat work. Calgary claims to have hud the best oj^tiuiaulion �of any city in Catiiutu, but Lethbrldge audi tors this morning Chairman Baalim ' stated that they wore magnificent, and ho wished especially to coogra* tulate the meu of these districts who subscribed and also these whu alt) such untiring work in canvassing;, >^ iUOKXIKCED ON |*A0M Si 94 881893 ;