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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - November 19, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta TUESiDAY, NOVEMBER 19,1918 THE LETHBRTDGE DAILY HERALD � lAdoiij -Not. - 19,-BrltLOi otsualUea durlnc the war iacludlng all the thaa-ireB:^ot abtlrlUei toUlIad 3,04�,991, It vaa announced In' the houie oT com'-mona today. b7 iamea Ian MaoPberioa, HatUattientary. Bacretary tor the war office, ,Ot this number, the officers, ItiUed, w6untled or'miBBinf, ageregat-�d 142,634: and th�l nica 2,907,3S7. The totar losBas In the ' fighting on the .franoo-BelBtah front were 8,719,682. The agKraeato British losies in the Utaopotamia oampalffna were nearly 100,000; according to Mr. MaoPberson's ��ai��, the totals boin� 97,5T9. Of thaae the ;faUUtlea were 31,109,'^com-Jirtiing 1,140 offioera and 29,769 men. The wounded totalled 51.11R, com prising 2,429 ofUcera and 48,684 men. Thejmlasiag and prisoners totalled 16,3S5, oompriBjng S66 oftlcen and 14,789 men. The total British wounded In the war was more than 2,000,000, parliameatoBy ssorctary's ticures �howlng the aggregate to be 2,082, 128. 'Vlie'losseR in missing, Including yrlBoners, totalled SGO.liS. Of the wounded, 98,644 were officers arid 1,939;478 Were men. Of the missing, Including prisoners 12,094 were offl-cars and 347,061 were jnnn. ,The figures given include troops -from India and the Dominions.' :In'Kgypt, the total losses were ^approximately 69,000, Mr. MacPherson addM. Of Uie aggregate of i;7,88S, those killed' and died of wounds* were 16,892): comprising 1,098 'officers and 14,794 meri. The,wounded totalled 88,073, comprising 2,311, ottleors and 85,762>man. >Tha mlssjng and prlsoa-, ersHtataUed 3,888, oomprlaing 183 officers and 2,70S men. y .The total oaaualtiea la Franoe ware a;719,esi. jOf this total 32,7�9 offtoeni ware killed'sad died of wounds or ^ther causeaaad 526,843 men. The wounded>totaUad l,833,345,.,oomprlalng 83,142 otfloera-and 1,7S0,303 men. The nlsslng, including prisoners, totalled /^JII26,69S, aomprfalac 10,846 otfloers and 916,849 men, ' laiiMr the Brttlsb losses totalled 6,738. Of iheae, 86 otUcera ai^ 941 ken were killed; 384 officers and 4,812 men were wounded.- Ot thaae, 766 mia8lnK-:98 were ofticers/and 727 men. la the Baat.Atrlcan eam^aim. the Mothers! Watch the tongue Of your young t Your little pete Need, candy "Oaaeatetal* SeU:tor a;�in�- fTToik" miyVflme.. total casualties were 17,817. OLlhis total 9,104 were-killed or died, corsr prising 380 officers and 8,724 men. A total .of 7,754 were wounded, comprising 478 officers and 7,27S men. :Th� missing and prisoners totalled 959, coiiiprlBlhg 38 officers and 021 men. In other theatres, fho fatal casualc, ties were 3,297. -'Of this number, 133 officers and 690 men were killed; 142 officers and l,d77 men were wounded and 61 officers, and 908 men were mlss-Ing^'or prisoners. In addition to the grand total ot deaths, -there were 19,000^ deaths from various causes among troops not, forming any part of the ezpedltlbnaVy forces. ' The Dardanelles expedition cost Uie British 119,729 casualtios. Of this numbiir, 1,785 officets>vero. killed or died.and 31,747 other ranks. The wouuded were 3,010 offiQers and 75;-708 others, The mlssinK, including prisoners, were 268 officers and 7,431 others. On the Saloniki fronf;, tlie losses were 27,318. Of these the killed ware 285 officers and 7,380 others,' the wounded, 818 officers * and lO.OuS'' o.tbers; the missing, 114 officers and 2,731 others. ... PAGE FIVE COitETEFORM peMization iCanada's Army Will Return at Rate of; 20,000 Per Month Ottawa, Nov. 19-rThe success which has attended .^Canada's final V.lctory Loan Is. received here with the greatest satisfaction. Although uo definite action in this regard has yet been PUYEOFm [I Ottawa, Nov, 19.-Preparations for demobUlzation of Canada's army so far as the military end Is concerned, ^aro completed and will be carried out /iiK soon as peace has been declared. Tlie. question ^ prec(5dencB of return of the soldiers'has been discussed. It ia pointed out that Uie first divisions have been reinforced .�o many times timt there is little difference between them and the later divisions. The economic reeds of the labor-market is-also a consideratlou in returalng men to Canada, and it has been decided that the Edmonton, Nov. 19.-The Minister of health handed out the^ following statement at noon today: Number of cases already reported 21,592. New cases reported during the past 48 hours 1,317, total'22,809. As frequently stated, these reports como in partially after the battle is over in some localities. For the first time Oranum reports 25 cases, King M, D. 2S, Milk liiver and district 224. A few of the most striking cases from points that already had reported and are "now reporting new cases, are as follows: Bentley district 49, Evansburg 30, he-due and district 300, Reed Deer and district 64, Sturgeon M, D. 546, 00; Vulcan 21, Wheatland M. D. 395. 51, From careful inquiry during the Berlin, Thursday, Nov. l4.-(via Amsterdam)-For'the first time since the founding of the German empire the "Marseillaise" was played by a German band heading a procession down Unter den Linden today. Present Indications are that eaner men ot tvJ.Tl,nti^ Pa^t two or three days there dols not Wright, V; needed Ih C.^Bi^T^ the Snt �me i ^--'^^ bea single point in the whole f"^'^ should be returned first! Preference' PT'1'=V^*^ K^-^^l^ ^^^'^m^"' " ~ ia also to be given to married men ''^"^ ^� public health offices yes-and these ^ain divided into 'clasBes terday were very light. This does not according to the length of their ser- conflict with,, our view, that, partiou-vjce overseas, tjhen will come the'''^'"'y the northern portions of the la.?Blfied in the same. province this, perhaps, is our heaviest single men classified in the same manner. The military scheme of demobilisation of necessity comes first. The number o; Canadian troops overseas, ac, cording to the latest figures was 286,' 304. ... An estimate.of the number o� the coUnctte will dictate governmental men to be discharged based on the week. But the -wtorkers are out. The reports coming in from the road overseers are splendidly gratifying. Even out of the very fringe of settlement regularly organized committees are at work. In some districts every house is being visited one a day, in others, every other day, and so on. The road taken, ft Is not tinllkely that a further policy In Germany. The convening of number recruited by provinces Is in overseers and the people generally domestic loap for reconstruction work the-wmstituent assembly Is being nrg- round numlierB:- , ' - ------'- " ^------- wm be SoS eventually ,ed in dipjbnmtic and political quarters. I Ontario, 121,S00; Quebec, 39.500; wuL.rLL�w fhl\>,.ia��f l=ot conrfected with the present cab- New Brunswick, 12,500; Nova Scotia Without counting the present loan, inet on the sole grounds that it will and Prince �Edward Island, 15,500; 1746,000,000 have been raised In do- facilitate peace negotiations. Saskatchewan, 18,500; Alberta, 21.5.00; are working in harmony, and yester day and today reports indicate that there is not a spflt'in the proviiice that it is possible to reach that; has not been reached, and the workers are. busy. Even throughout the whole -- ------- , Russian districts where we were ob- Dlttmann, secretary of demobilization, Twenty-one dispersal districts have llged to~^hange our whole plan of are'receding from the attitude that been formed, lind men will be allowed campaign because/of the fact that go-the new republic Is to be purely Spc- retara to aar'district they choose ing to Ufe hospital was not favored by lalistlc. The more moderate members regardless of where they enlisted, the people, systematic work ia being ?' 1�^ disposed The men will be returned in standard- done in this whole field, and It is be- to rigidly exclude bourgeolse elements Mzed drafts of-:BOO; all ranks. The ing covered as well as can be reason- mestlc war issues anjce Dec. 1, ,1915. u is believed that Hugo Haase. sec- British Columbia, 25,500; Manitoba, Of this, amount, 1700,000,000 was aub- retary for foreign affairs,-and William 3.3,500. ' -jcrlbed by Canadians. . ----- - Following are full particulars ot all Canadian war loans: First loan, amount asked for by prospectus; $60,000,000; total amount subscribed, (excludiag conversion) Herr Haase, in reply to the corres-Iponde'hts' Inquiries as to the cabinet's program, said today: lJl?�tton centres, and the .discharge of the men will be made at'once. The department of immigration will h'ave the duty of the return ot "The national assembly can be con-' the wives and families of soldiers, now h'2,.,^'^f.t~npr�i^^^^^ all 3! ened onlv -when the oualtflert vntars- i, w,-i.�ii . �in,�.� ,,Ti.�� L^.r.�t�. ^^^^ helping out�generally in all parts prospectus, 1100,000,000; toUL.a^ount Bttbscribed, texcludlng conversions). 1206,000,000; amognt allotted |100,000,-000; number of sutecrlbers 34,526. Third' loan, amount askad; for byivene^ only when the qualified voters' in England. These number about prospectua, $150,000,000; (toUl amount Uatfs completed. One of the greatest 35.000. snbacrtbed, (excluding coarerBlona) dlfficjiltiea encountered is the com-1 The men will retain their uniforms, 1866,000,000; aniouiit allotted tl60,000,- pHation of the list, of women voters, great coats, steel hehnets, and other 000; number ot attbscrlbiirs; 40,800. )who now hav�the ballot. We propose wearing apparel. ; Fourth loan, (flrBt Victory loan) to invite th^co-operation of the hour-, jn Bddition,i:o tlie aemoblUzation of amount aakedTforby proap'aotUB, $160,- geoise parties In our various depart- soldiers fromlCfanada's own units Tribute To Sheriff Thorn Some of the best are falling. There was perhaps. nbt a - s|ugle life in the city o^ liidmonton as potent for good as that of Sheriff Thom. For weeks he had woi;ked Incessantly visiting 000,000; total amount aubscrlbed, (ex- meats." eluding ' (^nvarBlonei) $400,000,000; ' amount allotted, $400,000,000;. number of BUbsorlberB, 820,093.' i Fifth' loan, (second Victory- loan) amonattaakad for by prospectus, $300,- ." � I ft ' -rr-i E). D. D. lie Ltqnid With far Skin Diieufe . We have witnessed such remarkable_____________ r.~o-~.-.- - xo:i-me aupuuua council oi ine em- .v,-- .^-i-,_p- entered the period oP teoonsthic-^ to be held in his honor-at the Tecum-, of the work-of provincial employment tlonV For us. In Canada, the problems seh House. exchanges and that of the two feder- are,many and grave. There Is the, --_- problem ot wisely meeting thadislo- LORD SHAUGHNESSY'8 SPEND CHRISTMAS BACK HOME imperlar Limited to Montreal $118.45 IN Eastern Canada Double Dally Train ; Service Douba Daly ; Train Service Trana �Gam;da. to Toronto. ^103.20 iifa, Col^fortabla Travol oii the WorM'sGrcateat Highway: Corresponding Farsa to . Other Eastern Points Compartment Observation Care, Standard and Tourlat Sleepert. Excellent Dining Car Service, Tickets sold during December are good for 60 daya..ExtenaIon will be granted by a payment^f $5.00 for each extra-fifteen daya,- FOR FURTHEa INFORMATION ^AND RESERVATIONS:; ^ J. GORDON,. TICKET AGENT, PHONE SIC ' J. E. PROCTOR, DI8TRICT.vPASSENQERAQENT> CAUQARV^  SUGGESTION peace basis and the re-adJustment ot ,CaTada'^^'ouW'ii^tthe"^""^ our^ndu,tries to meet the altered con- ""^S^b^^^ "^em^^. -Sir Thomas theii refarr�d tn t^^oati ooriritriesviio'^vtint to VVachaae^ comrng'?o"a'f l^-P^ it was dltfarent, Many to raturn home aro reported. In Baden and Wurttemburg tha troopa streaming back from the'front conitl-tu^e a great danger to security. .Ne th;Trm;;�cew�! -'o^^^ ^r^p^i^iftpenX ck areas, however, the adoption of a common basis of S""/*^ T**" 'f'^**?* bv K shaughneV^^^ any casea ot haste .,,l.,�p,,n, �i,w,Ht,. business with a larger, volume relat-. ��y bnaugnnessy. trade :claBSif{catIon are also subjebts to be determined. . ' - � e^, to reconstruction; In this work the I provincial governments will uudoubt-i DEPUTIES MEET ^ ' .i edly coroperate with: fhe federal gov-! Vienna, Nov. 13.-(Via Basel; Nov;-r.^^^^^.^l I'^ILM!!"^^^^^^^^ gotiatlons are,in progreiiB to obtain-,|a8,vl_Tbe deputies' council ot tlie etn: ^*i?,^",^^f"j:^,*, PT'/*" gua.rantee that unless-it does the same for you. It costs you not a cent.-J. D. Higlnbotham & Co., Ltd., drugglata.- AdvertJaement. � ' " THIS WIL MAKE WlltLlflNS HAPPY Any Corn: Will Dry - Up and- Lift :^ Out, Saya a Cinciinnati. > Authority. i'Let folks step on your "feet hara: after; wear alioes a sJae smaller Jf y^u like, for cornB will never again send electric 8park8.of pain through yOu. according to this authority. -'He > says that a few drops of a drug called treeaone. applied directly, upon a tedder, aching corn, instantly relieves soreness, and soon tile entire corn, root and all.'lifta out without: pain. This drug IB sticky but'dries at once'and Ib said to slmply'ishrlv^l up the corn without Inflaming or. eveb; irtltatlng the surrounding tiS' aue. ' ^- ^ It la claiiffed that a quarter of an office obtained at any drug 'atofa; wV1.90Bt:very little but Je sufflcierif I to rembVe-every hard or soft corn'-ore'e the moat earnest cooperation on the part of all governments in welcQpilng tlie soldiers back and assisting them la every to re-establish them- FOR THE ERECTION OF A MALE ,,....... DORMITORY AND DINING HAUL, i ou^:i^"^--^--^^^^^^^ ' ^ ^^ f I '1 1 2719 ;