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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - November 21, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 21. 1918 THE LET 11 BRIDGE DAILY HISHALD PAGE FIVE CEASE BRUTALITIES London Times Calls Kof Firm " Action-Unhenrd of Hrti(| medicine! without, a diploma mid also iilnnit. the j titlo'to the. ^ land Ins held. He says I Oervais Wasr a curloint creature. Ho! scared evorybody In tin? nvlghbor- i hood with his liypn ii ihiu. When asked whether tServnls and his companions had anything in do with the .Montreal uprisings inni the ap- j plication of the Military .Service Act,] F N CASK OF WINE Ucrliti, Nov. 21.- The conflict of ] ''efond said ho never heard them 1alk ! to make tins domaud and the. power ulltll()rily llnil disputed jurisdiction | of that.' Personally, lie does not to onforee it. Their own peoples will whk'h made the ..eichstaK hiiildiiiK a 1 think they had anytiiinp; to do with fiercely resent any hesitation in tho |,a|)ni (!lirJj. i, ,m. w,,(,i{ )]nH mnv j them. overefHo of ft." appeared. The executive committee of I Defond .saj'H the other companion-! The Dally NewH urged that, the j the soldiers' and workmen's organl/.a- i had It in their mlrxi:: to anv moans of commandants and all officers | t ion is supposed to he the highest i intrusion on the part of mililarv or In the Gorman camps which release,j authority in the present goveriinmr.i.! civil police. He adds thai, nervals but It doe* not attain (lint dtotinnt.lnn.iwBH at one. time a. member of the It. to subordinate to the final author- j Canadian secrot police and thai he .. .,....,,,,, "f eonnci] formed by the six had a bad temper. 1: was fiervais, service)-Tho Times, in disenssinc niadu to answer for their behaviour. J people's commissioner,, t'nlil the tin- he said, ffiat held ,y the | prevent inn women who are llritl-oi police and the 1'nltod States intenial j -subject . from iTossing the ocean to revenue officers. According to the in-j Knglnnd. Scotland. Ireiand or Wales. tho casualties during the war, call's u ,!l)lt lho' ilUio'1 upon the allied povornmonls to compel tho Uormans to treat, the prisoners in their hands without abuso. It a�ys that tho losses In the war are the. ptoutest since Asiatic barbarians carried on wars of extermination. "Now tor the first time," It :>kys. "wo begin to team officially at how ffreat a cost the victory has been won position of the new government. PROGRESS OF THE AMERICANS Washington. Nov. 21.- Uepoitlm; on tho march of the American army Into territory evacuated by the. (ier-Our casualties on land amount to the ' manw, Oor*. |Peirsh|iiK's commmilcur enortnoiiB figure, of :>.il4!).O00. To tion for Wednesday snjs: judge full sum of bloody sncrillce, I "Moad show- casunlty list \- lon� and .-ud. let; i; in lng our unfortunate prisoners almost plerious. .overnnienls! Ilonal assembly has decreed tli" j (.'anuel from retnrninis to town and should establish who It .Is, who is now \ structure of'the. new republic, the jeportinK for military y.-rvice. He reapdllHihle for the I'oniiuct of af- '� iircsenf apparatus niusl be :.ceept":l l:,ipi them under his -pell, and the fairs in Germany and what is (he �;xact, as n provisional makeshift. |t |!; the lads were, probably n iclitened info BULLETINS We Do Not Ask You to Accept Our Statements ANYOKK enri make ' a.m you to test our claims of high-graif> work and Kentlo riicthol* not by subroutine yourself it otir oare utid (terrlco hut liy fie; ascortniuliiK amons your irlctal. and nnighbors what their ex[i.�r Jonco of our unrvico has beeu Tou will liavn no difficulty In securlna; this evidence, we ha\e Diousauds nf satisfied patient* in the province ami they will all tell you that � Dentistry As We Practise It Is a Gentle Art. best the Socialllemoerat'i have been sticking by this master ahie to devise in Hie hour of re vol-: ||tt |e outlaw colony. utiot'iary travail. Kherl and Sclielde- ..... _ _._...,,.____._. maun are not feared. l.andsb�rK is a' lawyer credited with poise and moderation. He asserted today that he does not .'avor experiments and the present, time, above all, is not suited to tamperiiiK with; capital and industry. Ilaiise, DUtnviiuit and iiarth have been less satisfactory.] Hanso to credited with belnp tin ex ! trenicly astute pollthian, He fnhcrli"d ; party leadership from Kerdnmnd : AllKUKt. Hal�'l, former Socialist chief ( 111 the rciihstiii!. leu lost command \ when his party split four years ai;i. Utilise probably suffers abroad because uf hi?, violent interalice.i in Hie i reichstar. lie ,-boiilil not bn me isur-. ed by tin m. bul s'.c lid. rnllier. be .given credit lor r-'iili/iii'; his respou-' , Hillllltlt V. Till- eoniiiic. weel. "ill briim the mid die c!a*s parries into b dated action. The merger of ih" national i.llcral-. till the rivicr''--1'ivo* has vlrl'ialh been affected. I.eaditiK m: n and >vo- inen-all ove,- (he i-onuliy is.ic '�'ii rim: "'all tor the fouirlliiK li'-r.- ill lie ) - 11 f � jSirlv lir'ay. Tin j pointiii'\ i-on ".on r -t i  oi ihe Sin.i men , croup, in �!t!c!: � I eih-.iii e!n ami l:-' a !,lt .-'�'ii'Mri! a:;> Kill.. t.� ;�.n�.">",ii., ,-.f New Vork police department in the Han Francisco police, Ihe cask bore the name of mi Italian wine llrm here, and was regularly shipped witn the interiin! revenue ere.dentlvls. The discovery of the man's hinly wa-mnde when llu' cask was tipoii'-d foil test of the wine, iicfonline to ('apt ('arey's message. Names of men reported mi in the Italian colon} here aie !,ej;,.; vestiKatcd by the police.  ap-I'. I >. o'. ' v.-11 the in II DYNAMITE THE BANDITS �i M i'l,'i>.\T J'AHi;. Aijout C:rv.*is : oath oi I'.iik ill" noon to :  'criulii . Noi. I li-i w .It..el tei> idioin- i i ..Ins Prion. '. t i:ie m Drs. Bruner, Richards & Nelson High Grade American Dentistry PHONE 363 Ott Blk., 4 Doors from Lethbridge Hotel. LETHBRIDQE, ALBKRTA CALGARY OFFICE-115A EIGHTH AVENUE E. EDMONTON OFFICE-1 CRIST ALU BLOCK. ill I: ay ' r. Bring the Babies! And Well Catch Their Smiles Our photographs have Mt to them. Its tine to have your Xmas photos made. The Allison Portrait Studio BALMORAL BLOCK LETHBRIPGE 'inn , i s ' ' I t, a o:i :-.\ 1 letol.d. ' ill ' ' 'In t!,.' M.lia lieu vai - looi. :� .-. ai-^. c.o. >l ln'IMtt a i- . a'! e ccii' v( r .'i hit,i ever' : ii |.|��> /o'uc 11" i.tlll.lf. : ji-> ;:. A. t .,'. i t'a.t �' |! .1 ili'O .1 i'A  I..:.'..--il ,\r.oi.-, >!.-  ..-Ui" C," aa-.I a lb- t l in l!le ,\lll'  . i.| that fi-il is. - I roni h'-lpili'.. ' fade ;i ai.ii'le j- i�or �,; n.v i.i>i:-'ii He pet- e\pe.|lll'l.l. t-n.l lo hi-, farm, and leaned a .11 l.iad for hi-, com- ae fr.tat 1 as III' .Molltreil. lie '. ,md -aid he Wii-told me he had WHAT THE GERMAN FLEET SURRENDERED London, Nov. 21.-The German fleet which surrendered to the British today, it became known ii ovcn.n.j. consisted of nine battleships, five bnttlc cruiser*, Etvcn light cruisers and GO destroyers. FOOD FOR HOLLAND Washington, Nov. 21,-Five Outcb ships laden with flour will leave American ports nhortly for Holland by permission of th- United States fjovernment. Their cargo will make nossiblc an increase in Dutch bread r.itions. REFUSED TO USFI POISONOUS GAS r.eneva, Sunday, Nov. 17.-Count Montgcias. a general in the Bavarian army, who was dismissed at Ypres in 1915 because, he refused to use poisonous ga=. has been recalled from Swltzer and to enter thc Bavarian cabinet. Tlte Count, who is a Liberal and a writer, hj>d been living at Mont-hcux since his retirement. REMOVE ALL CENSORSHIP W.-.shington. Nov. 2t.-Final itepi toward the removal of all censorship rettrlctlona on publication of the movements of commercial shipping were t.iken today by tie navy department. The nnvv Itself will continue on a war footing until ',urrentier r.f Germ.-in warships he:, progressed -,o far that there Is no possibility of the terms of the armistice not being carried out. GCRMAN FLEET AT FIRTH OF FORTH Edinburgh. Ssotl.vid, Nov. 21. -'Jcrmiiny'k high seai fleet, after it-, surrender to the allied n.-.vlet, was brought to the Firth oi Fbrth today. The British grand fl-;e� and five American battle.hipr. and , th;'ec Frcncn;h,p- hi two lonu columns esccrteU li� e 71 German '/eetelt to their anchamge. WAS DONE TO SUPPRESS PEACE CONFERENCE NEWS Washington. Nov. 21.-Senator Watson, of Indiana, Republican, in a speech attacking the president for takieQ over the cable per-'oi' offic iift.r i.h"iv passnir!" |lla\" been viz.'ll at file eolH-llial.' i.iireii'i. I l's-s"ii;;ei � of fh" \arioils I-tearn--liip lines .-aid today lliey dpi | not expect t hat. lonri. ' t ravel to I Kuroite won I'' be perts.-t'ted by the I'nited Stales and allied govern-imenl-s until l:'_'i'. !ler,uc-e the �l"]|||-j ships' WOUld be reiJUiecil ,'o" Oilier purposes. One of the beM informed sleerace pa-sein;er ac'iiis ..aid tha' there were at least "'-ecu n\en and vomi n w.iii-I in;.' In Ir.-land to come oi-er. CAN TA) nalional piobi'o,: an I nnt!1 ':i" Aineiii i mobilized providing froill '|e\t for .Inly de- OFFICER WEDS PICTURE ACTRIiSS New Vork. Nov. 21.-According to the newspapers today, .lime Kl\iilne. aiolioa picture a.i n- . K. Haiiitiey. of diiawa, n;i Tuesday uic'.it. Tile c nip!" |..ft yt'H.'nljtj .�!t a honeymoon, which they will ai , Idem. HadKley's iiottie ||e was .: ni.'inbrr of the C.inadlan l'".xp"di'Jjui ui} i'orre. and won th-  ; RCM0VE COTTON RESTRICTIONS i Cms. a. Il," llAttle of , �.,,�, de, , e ,,| U', .:,,,,... . X(IV .,, .,,.,,.,,,,,,,� 11.1... and. alter heluc wounded. Mi-l .., ,,, ,,,,,-,.,;,,, ,, r:lw ,.,,,,, to shocked atid pa-.ed, was invalid-d I, ;,.,,,, |,rlllli, ,,,,,.,.. ,,al,-, ,,.,Rlum '1"!li'' ' and Japan wre removed loday hv ^ .. itlie 'Mir trade hoard and the i otn- AMERICAN RELEASED ,,,,......,, , o,ton ,li','rlMt,i,,n The Aiu-lerdaiii. Nov. 21. - A dispal.-h I ,,,,,,. j4 ,.,,,,,,n,. ,,,.,.,.,,!,,.. -, iei eived from Iterliu. dated Sal urdsi} . j siiyh I'M ward Holion .latin"., an Amer I - ..... '"  - - - j.-nn lawyer and one of the e.Htoi-[of The 1'iirl-i I.lhcvalor. has been fe-Pa-eil iroiti the military prison at .doal'ii after more than tlii.-" vimis' iiiipfi itiii.'iit on ;i chatc. of carry-ini; on .in'i-iii'-iiMi cbuil propaganda m oiiitii'i !ii>:> Willi lie. Karl 1 .n bklci lit. FRIDAY & SATURDAY Peas, 2 tine ............... 35c Corn, per can ............ 25c Tomatoes, per can ........25c Gold Seal Milk .........\ 20c St. Charles Milk .......... 15c Lux, 2 for................. 25c Gold Soap, 4 bars for.....2So Lennox Soap, S bare for ... 25c Seeded Raisins, per pkg.... 15c Sunflower Salmon, 2 tlna ... 35c No. 1 Apples, 3 lbs. for ... 25c Lemons, 1 doien ......... 66c Sweet Oranges, good size, per dozen................... 75c WE CARRY A COMPLETE LINE OF FRESH GROCERIES, FANCY GOODS AND TOYS. BING WO 320 13TH ST. N. PHONE 1872 YES! MAGICALLY! CORNS LIFT OUT WITH FINGERS 1! | GROCERIES Phone 1766 certain piece paitioii �>. ' Ijerva'.-i i, was ;', I y-'.ti i no', married. : liri'ii a piuctitioniir. iliuuKh I thtnl be n.-M-r had a dip! 'Jita a- a infill- ca! doctor. I liiioi. lit- has lived ill Montreal, and the tv.,r jiiln-r yniinK . ', men he had Willi hint in ihe wet' : were named St. ('.. rm.iiu, agt-il 2d. and Cancel,* a^cd 2'n, I tot *t were draft cNad.-i'- I I, iilk I -l.iyeii wllli I the in tluriiij; ihree months, i lion tier " , val.-i sent me back to gu.'bec for : LOSSES IN OCTOBER , what be said w.'s an urgent commts- l.jndon. Nov. _.>.- Merchant �hlp-I hiop. 1 came .-..St. and my father ),jug (oi.->s in (ictubei- duo lo enemy j k-pt nic at home in Shuit iuiiiaii, Uction and marine rieli^. as w-i torbbi.liuK me to return lo (iorvain. I laouu't-d by the udmlrajty today, fo'.-1 ivponeil for miiilai} service hero J^wg; Y ni -imply  ay lo the iln^t -iim. on,ii. "(live nt" a iiuarlei' of tm ontu-e of fr-erone" Tl-.t^ will cost very little "lull -nttiiieut to retoov.' .-very hnnl or sett corn (rom oii'-'s t.-ei A I, .v drop-, i if tbi>- new ills i . om-peiiml aiiplb'd ilir.iil> upon �> t.tuler. ai hiiiK corn .hoall rille\e ih. -nr.'-iii instantly, and soon ihe i-iiiir.-corn, ion! unit nil. drle� up can be llfled .iii! Ii |'h lb' .)11>!ci s This lie'.v s .11 iii I 111 ,lll"''l fee! Ill i uniti vii'. in'ro lined In a i Inaii. ��\v thu'. while frci-/.oin- I. � :!'!.> It di ic.. in a uiotiti-ni, and i-jin-pl> i-hriii'l, up il;.. corn wiihuiit In-fliiuiint; or e\eu Irritiiiiui' the nil-ronudliir lis-tie or -.V.ln Koll'l b t fath'-r die of iul. ctuni (t tro.ii wliltitiitK nt. hiii corns, tiiK clip this mi! and make him try jt. Advei il-.-meiii. EXTRA SPECIAL ON TEA Vijust received a lai'itc shlpliu'tit of our own tea which was delayed ow Inn in a dispute re our contract on sanin and a" ihe ilk-put., was settled In our favor, therefor.", wo are coin;; to i.-;\.' ih� p'lbllc the advantage of our ci.utract. Till--! a a! toda> - price would retail at *o and our KUurnntee t>: le hind .-v-ry j o'.ind. Our prio- lor W. el; Knd. p'T p'Miiel..................................... 50c We rn.-.vcd ui.....i FIFTY CASES OF APPLIS which are rtinu-r \arietle- and in Ri.nd cnudttion hut are mostly for Chase and Sanborn Coffee, one pound tins .............. Mo Two pound ............. 95c Gold Soap, special, 7 bars for SOc Panshine, 3 tina for ...... 2So FREE DELIVERY SUPINA & SON 230 THIRTEENTH ST. NORTH, One Dear North of No. 2 PlfO Moll GREAT Also FEATURE PLAY BILL PHOTO- Entire Change of Bill Every Morfltfay and Thursday. People's Popular Prices-' Matinees Daily at 2.30 Adults, 26c ' Children, 10c Nlflhta 7 to 11 Adult*, 80c Children, 25c WE PAY ALL WAR TAX WATCH CLOSELY FOR THE OPENING DATE COLONIAL AUCTION SALE AT WADDINGTON'S AUCTION ROOMS Tomorrow, Friday AT 2.00 P.M. I HAVE RECEIVED A CONSIGNMENT Furs and Winter Coats Which I will sell at lay auction rooms tomorrow, Friday, hf PUBLIC AUCTION uud WITHOUT RESERVE. These goods ar* all new stock and will he sold ABSOLUTELY TO THE HIGHEST BIDDER. My instructions fire to sell and clean (hem up. Hero i* an opportunity that you cunnot afford to miss. You can depend upon the goods being sold no matter what thu bid. There U no camouflage about Wuddiiigtoa's Auction Sale. HE SELLS TO THE HIGHEST BIDDER. I also have to sell u small coBilguuient of FURNITURE including: Handsome dining suite in oak, (tilling table, couchei. beds and springs, sewing machine, carpets, dress form, IfttcllfU cupboard, dishes, books, etc. THERE IS TIME TO ENTER YOUR GOODS FOR THIS BALI, PHONBB TERMS CASH ;