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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - November 21, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta . THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 21, 1918 \ , TilE LfeTHBRIDGE DAILY tmxALD PAGE FIVE COKHONS^O london times Calls Por^Firm �#(ctiotk-:Uiiheard of Brut- taUtiM Still Practiced piithe allJed govarhmentii to coin-1 should eBtablisU who it Is, wJio Is now exeoodft belief." Th6y already haVe reduced the numbers by syHtomatic orueltles andi starvatiou. Thoy arc now turning them.adrift without food, wdrra clothing or inknsy� to And their way through hoatin populations ;to the frontier.as best).they can.. ; *?{ i8 time aud.high time for tlie allies to tell'the Germanii that this ihonBtrqus and Inhuman abuse'must cease promptly. They'havo the right to make the demand and the power to enforce it. Their own peoples will fiercely'resent any hesitation In the overclsoof it." . . The Daily News .urged that the means of commandilnta and all ofRcers in the German cumpa which release/l prisoners, In a helpless condition should be domaBdeS at onco, "preferably by wireless," so that they may jli 'i&e German's to treat the prisoners jic,their hands withoUif abuse. It says tbM;the 108868 Jn the war are" IhoJ gfbat^st since Asiatic barbarians carried, linwarsjjb^ ektermiiiatldn, "N6w tor ;ihe ftrst time," It siys, "weibogiri'to learn ofRclatly at bow gi;eat a cdat.the Victory has bean won. responsible for the conduct of affairs In Germany and what is the exact position of the new government. SAIDTOJEBEHEII Derlln, Nov, 21.-Tho conflict of authority and disputed Jurisdiction-which made the reichstag building a babel early in the woek has now disappeared. The executive committee of the soldiers' and wui'kmen's organization ds Buppoaed to he the highest authority in tlie present government, but it does not attain that distinction. It is subordinate to the final authority of the council formed by the bU peTople's commibsiouers. Until the national assembly has decreed the structure of the new republic, the present apparatus must be ricceptetl ,fac�-tliat-OB�^tt*practiced medicine wlthout'a dltldiai and also abouWho tltl(^^tb sthllli^^lie held. He says Gerlrals-X^ailviftfcUHous creature. He sca^d ' eyeiVjiouy 1" the neighborhood wJtR hiCi.hypnottBm. Wlien asked wttfltheit'Oervais and h)H companions had^iinythlns to do with the Montreal upri.^l^KB against the ap-plicatjon of tIs�;.Mllltary Service Act, TJefond said henever heard them talk of that.'. "PerBipj\ally, he does not think they hadi anything to do with theth.-;^ �.yxJ:^: , Defohd sayfll'|ue other comprtrilons had it'In thelfc mfnds to resist any jntruslbn on the part' of military or civil police, lie'adds that Gorvals was. at dhe time a member of the Canadian b'^cmC police and thAt he had a bad ttthfer. U was Gervals, he said, tbiatih^ld St. Germain an/1 Ciii'inel from returning to town and .Reporting tor military service. Ho kept them under his spell, and the us a provisional make-shift. It Is the lads werd . probably Jrightened Into best the Social-pemocrats have been 1 sticking by this'master mind of the .PROGRESS or THE AMERICANS .Washington, Nov. 21-Reporting on the march of the American army ..... Into territory evacuated by the Ger- OarcaBUaltlea on land amount to the inan^, GeA. IPershing's commumlcar eAomouB flsure'ot 3.04�,000. ' To tion tor Wednesday says; Judw! the full sum of bloody SACtince, | "Headquarters American Expedi-the casUBl^es of our alllBs and the tlonary Forces, Nov. 20: In-the �uuiders-Germany haa done must be course of Its advance today the third added. Slnde wars of extermination army crossed the German frontier of ware carried on by the barbaric cout 1914; entered the grand duchy of qnerorsiOf Asia no such.sea.of blood Luxemburg and proftessed farther; AiiW.Rf nahPi forme (Sn^i^not nhi�f hM deluged the world; These pub- into southern Belgium. Our col^mn.1'^"^the JekhLrbm fost c.l�,�m IliAiSd.ca8ualtle8,are more than double passed through the. towns of Bscn ' .vhe^ u�� oartv^^^^^^^^ tliri entire white population of New and ArlVon and' by evening had Haase nrobably suffers abroad be' Z?*l*�l or;Of the Union of South Af- reached ^the . general, line Gaudrln-; ^use ofhis^ v^^^^ the able, to devise in the hour of revol utionary travail. Kbert and Schelde: mann are not feared. LandBberg is n I professional lawyer credited with poise and moderation. He asserted today that he does not favor expej'i-nients and the present time, above all, is not suited to tampering with capital and ifiduetry. Haase, Dlttmann and Barth have been less satisfactory. Haase ia credited with being an extremely astute pdtlticlan. He inherited party leadership from ' Ferdinand little outlaw colony. relchstag. He should not bo measur ed by them, but should, rather, be given credit for realizing his rospon-sibiUties. The coming week will bring the middle class pSrKes into belated action. tipa;- They are'far greater than the glin, WOlmerlngeu, Dudelange, Mon-populstlon of any city in the world, deifcange, Autelbas, i Grendel." ttcejit Xiondon and New York. I: ' ^ / Orsat Brutality i A VIEW, POINT "^T�n now when the Germane are i Neepawa Register-Iiength of days trbi&iag and clamoring for'the mo^l- is, not the measure of life; and I fliiatioa dr can^itlonB -Incomparably would rather my boy should die at 18 The merger of tlie national Liberals iiUlder thsii thoBB tKey forced upon or 22, or at any rate in very early and the Progressives has "virtually ,Itus8is and Rumania^ they.show neith- life, in a great fight for Right than been affected. Leading men and wo- er pity Bor coniiiion prudence toward that he should live.to old ago and,plo.4 men--all over tfie country issued a ' the' belpleas' victims still In their along as many as us have to do. The' " ' - -  - , '|�ow�r. The brutality they a*e show- casualty list is long and sad, butMt is tng our unforttinete prisoners almost glorious. ^ Do Not Ask You to Accept Our Statements NTONB can Mfiake claims jfl^fbtjthlB or that particular thine or process but the teoot lies In use or test. .We aak you jto. test our claims of high-grade work and gentle methods not b7 BuVmitting yourself to onr oare and serrice but by first ascertaining, omohg your friends and aelghbors what, theit; exper-Jenoe p( our- �^?S�4iyay west,"" said Defond, "in the early fall of 1917. On the train nearing Winnipeg Gervals took a seat-alongside of me and. began a conversation. He said if 1 went with liim everything would be easy going. He nlluded ^to the Military Service Act and said that he had with him a few fellow.'3'"/iyom, i Montreal wht)ni ho was helping evade I the law. Gervals had a magic-pow^r. He touched the tips of ^my fingers and had me under a spell. He persuaded nie to join hi^-oxpedition, and we a'u went tofeoth'er to his farm. He had bought a farm and leased a certain piece ol land for'his companions. "Gervaisji'came from Montreal^ He was 34 years of agi, and said he was not married. He. told me he'- had been a jyactltloner, though I think he never had a diploma as a' medii' calA doctor. I know he has'lived In Montreal, and the- two* pther : young men he had with him in the west-were 1 named^ St. Germaiji,  aged 26^ a'nd Carmel, age4 20. Both "were draft evaders, 1 think. I stayed wi,tli them during three montfis, then Gervals sent me back to Quebec^ for what he said Was an urgent/cpmnils-sion. I came east, and _ my father kept me at home in Shawinlgan, forbidding me to return to "Gervals. I reported for military Bervico here and was exempted." Asked whether Gervals aud hii gang were prepared to stand any at-; tack from the polico pn their farm; Defond said that they seemed determined and were armed .v grand fleet and five American battleships andthree French /warship-; in two" long columns eacorted the 71 German veeeels > to their anchorage. ^viiaui-H^iL^i ai lids ijcdi/ uiito^i.cu UJ a cable dispatch from tile foreign office at London to remove the rostric-tions in exi8tence*�since April, 1917, preventing women who are British subjects from crossing the ocean, to England, Scotland, Ireland or Wales. This did not apply, it was ex; plained, to women who desired to visit Great Britain for Hight-soelug purposes, but referred only to those desiring to see their families abroad. V'oyagers will have, to give fourteen days' notice to the United States immigration authorities at the permit office after t'heir passmorts have been vized at the Consulate bureau. Passenger agents of the various steamshia lines said today they did not expect that tourist travel fo Europe would be permitted by the United States and -allied governments until 1920. because the steamships would be required for other purposes. One of tho best informed steerage passenger agents said that there were at least 20,000 men and women waiving in Ireland to conic over. CAN Tfi^E CA^E OF THEM Winnipeg, Nov. 21.-Manitoba w;!!. have little ditflcuity In talcing cara . of tho 11,000 or 12;000 proapeotlvfl farmers from among the overaeaa forces who are liable to sock-homes here, said Hon. W. V. Winkler, niln-later of agriculture, today. Thete will be all" kinds of land available,^ and With the active co-operation o( the federal government a very effective method of handling this question is anticipated. OPPOSED TO LEAGUE OF NATIONS. , Waalvlngton, Nov. 21.-Oppoaiition to a league of nations was voiced late today by Senator .Reed, of Missouri, Democrat, who in a speech in lth,e senate declared any arrangements that would cause the United States to be enbrolled In European troubles was "the most monstrou.s doctrine ever proposed in this public." re- EMBARGO ON HOGS Buffalo, N. Y., Nov. 21.-An embargo has been declared on the .shipment of hogs to all stockyards ease of the Missouri river, except under Individual car permits, according to information roeivod at the East Buffalo Stockyards today. PRESIDENT SIGNS BILL , Washington, Nov. 21.--President Wilson today signed the emergency agricultural appropriation bill with its legiylatlve ridar providing for national prohibition from next .Tuly 1 until the American army Is'de-mobilized. . AMERICAN RELEASED Amsterdam, NOv. 21.-A dispatch received from Berlin, dated Saturday, says Edward Holton James, an American lawyer and one of the editors of The Paris Liberator, has been fe-leased from the military prison/at Sloafcit after more than three years', Imprisonment on a charge of carry-' ing on anti-monarchial propaganda in connection with Dr. Karl Liebknecht. ( REMOVE COTTON RESTRICTIONS Washington, Nov. 21.-Restrictions on the exportation of raw cotton'to Great Britain, .France, Italy, Belgium and Japan were removed today by the war trade board and the com-, mlttee on cotton distribution. The order is effective December 2. � SPECIALS FOR FRIDAY & SATURDAY; Pea�, 2 tine ............... 3Be Corn, per can............ 2Sc Tomatoee, per can ........ Z6c Gold Qeal Milk ......V 20e^ St. Charles Milk. .......... 15c Lux, 2 for..............aSc Qold BoaV, 4 bare for ..... 26o Lennox Soap, S bar* for ... 2B� Seeded Raleina, per pkg.... IBc Sunflower Salmon, 2 tin* ... 3Sc No. 1 Apples,,3 lbs. for 2ic Lemons, 1 dozen........w SEc sweet Oranges, good size, par dozen ....^......�........78e WE CARRY A COMPLETE LINE OF FRESH QR0CERIE8, FANCY GOODS / AND TOYS. RING WO SZoisTHBT.N. PHONE 1872 YES! MAGICALLY! CORNS UFT OUT WITH FINGERS You simply say to the drug store i man,"Give me a quarter.of an ounce _,_ � of freezone." This will cost "very little WAS DONE TO SUPPRESS fl^"* " sufficient to remove every hard PFArF rniMFEBEiMCE NEWS ^ or soft corn from ones feet. PEACE CONFERENCE NEWS. ^ few drops of this new ether com- 1 pound applied directly upon a tender, aching corn sTiould relieve the' sore-: WaBhington. Nov. 21.-Senator Watson, of Indiana, Republican, in a speech attacking the president for taking over the cable andvexprcss llnec, suggested that the'cables were taken to suppress-new.i of what is.dlscussed at the , pea'Ce conference. A HOPEFUL SIGN Washington, Nov. 21.7-Nevvs of the coup at Orpak by which Admiral Kolchak virt'iiallyvhas become dictator of the,: all-Russian forces. If regarded'-.at' the stats departi^ent as another sign pointing to stabilization of the move-~ ment relied upon to ^regenerate Russia. The qreat/weakness id the situation in �Siberia, it has been believed farvsopie- time, is the lack of a nowei'ftil'head of the Boyernment who.ean not be swayed by popular demonstrations and who will work toward the recon--structlon of the government with > a firm hand. - .XOS.SES IN OCTOBER London, Nov. 20.-rMerchaut .ahlp-ping losses in October due to enemy action and marine riBk((. as announced by the admiralty .today, �ol-Iowb: , � Britlsli, 83,952 tons; allied {includ-lug. British) and neutral; .f3,682; sail-i lugs from "tlnited Kingdom ports, 7,594,-476. ' "  , The approximate shipping losses were Sent ouj Wednesday under London date. , nesB instantly, and soon the entire corn, root and all, dries up and can be lifted out with the .fingers. This new way to rid one's feet of corns was Introduced.by a.Cincinnati i man, who says that, while fre'ezone is sticky it dries in a moment, and bIhI-ply shrivels up the corn without in-^ flaming or even, irritating the sur-^ rounding tissue o,r skin. Don't let father die of Infection or. iw from whittling at) his corns, but clip this out and make him try It. -Advertisement..,- t -J- Takes Adler-i-ka "I hod serious bowel and ;,.liv^r troiftle. Lost 50 pouhds-and co^ld'eat .onIy~ liauld food. Commenced taking Adler-l-ka and now weigh more than ever aud 'eat ^nd sleep Bplendidly.." (Slgped)>Oeorge LaFoad, Little Falia,' Minn: ^ � � ' �t:Adler-l-ka expels.: ALL gas and :dour-'o^BB,.' Btopping stomach djBt'rcsr'^IN;-STANTLY. Bmptlea BOTH* liipper and lower bowel, r^lu�bIiig;ElNTIRB alimentary cana). R^moyes' AL& tbUV; matter wbich polsobs''syBtem.'. Oiten CURSIS conBtlpatiotv. Invents 'r pendicitls.' We have sold .Adler-i-ka many years.- U Ib a mixture of -buejc-thprOjCaBcara, glycerine aud nlUe other simple drug�;^.T;: Di Higl'nlJotUam' & Co.; ild;,! drug5lst,ri-Mver^ tjlU^ ji�"pi)83'lble. AT THE COLONIAL. V VAUDEVILLE WILL OPEN COLONIAL ^ Southern Alberta's .010^t beautiful theatre, th'b new ColonlAl, will reopen to tho public immediately tho "flu" ban Is lifted; with, p, great line of attractions, ol which- the /ColQnial Players in modern-vi^udevllle will be 'the .feature. On^Q of the .outstanding numbers on the opening vaudeville bill.wlU-be the one-act comedy, "The Buyefi'* -which, is preseqted by Miss Oeoile - BUlott and Company. The comedy is of the order of "Potash Bnd';Perlmutter," and l,t;js safe to sBBert that those 'who .have enjoyed and laifghed over "PotSBh and Perl-mutter" in. either fttfl; bookvor stage form will enley "The Buyer." Iu the hands of MiH: Cecile JgHUott the aketQb receives full justice, ;tDr Mlaa �!llla(t,/-iB an emotional iftctresB ot more than ordinary ability. Her. support is very goc^' "also. ;NuiperpU8 otb^r^vaudeviUe acts wiU-tiirout the BtaKe^biU,! and the:w]id|e pr^srtun-^ w|li be made the^more, enjoyable with ah exceptionally fine program of photo-pliLysc-and mubical Accompanimeat by fhe-'PoloplaT!W5he�trai"" The' exact dpje "Of, ^penlpg: winfbe announced I COLONIAL THE THEATRE BEAUTIFUL .OPENING BILL - WATCH FOR DATES ^TkECOLOr^lAL PLAYERS IN MODERN VAUDEVILLE JESSIE GAY . The-Sunshine Girl ^ AL BOROE Eccentric Singing and Dan?lng Comedian. Cecile Elfiott and Co. In the Cyclonic Comedy "THp BUYER" By Emerson Houghton. Funnier Than "Potash and Kedmutter" BUD SCHAFFElt I , "That Nut" , ^ ; COLONIAL CONCERT ORCHESTRA 'Also:-- / f EATURE PHOtOi' PLAV BILL GREAT Entire Change of 81(1 Every MertUay s^n^ TkMfti^^. People's �:jP�pular;-Prices'' j M3tlne��' pally at; 2.30 A ^iChlldren; lOc' Adults. Bite > . Children, 25c ^We:p^V.ALL;WAR TAX WATCH :CL08EL