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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - November 22, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta tm OPERATIQN 1^ eMlfe;c*;lWj iJaUOnal .assembly; >!� ::(;d^nt^.wtoJ!tt)t flfflciai sea: 'up-:^te�t>f affairs.' ffie task larty^'wiH be nothlns less ^.^jnstru'cl and turnlsh safe-' but JoKthQ eai^flce to be builtVlth- ' newly-created .traine work,". I. Whites PiifKpp Schifldemann, a member V Ot'th� new German government, Iti the ;;^''yc�ifaertB! of Berlin. ; ;ti:,J7tjtoohoj�a^,that thenextf^ weeks �a-'^lU JbrlBilf a /preUmlnaryf peace," lie Vteqminnesi ".The.ioresdost task ot the .'Rssombly , therefore will be to sate-Ipt^j,^; guard and give expreaaion Lo the �; 1^:1 people's wlU in order to deprive the �Stii'Mntentbiot all pretext for delaying a ^'J^Bftli^eafce: �.. -i:: ; \. �' . 'iS V -?/'.J: S'Slnce^the dissolution ot. the reiiih-Etag and the disappearance tbe Ijundesrath there is no_^ authority to vote new credits, wltejneaa the empire  >Ef**''"**��**�''*^rUy^to' avert Ini-*-^eas�rable d&aaLseT'Xriete can be no poUUqal or economic prosperitv with-ut a national assembly." MnLWelb''ofPetenbwff TeiltHow.v Peterrtrarg. - ".For -tuf :mri y d^dghUk moated from a �c�unMs right side;-;�t times �he was So-had She could, pot do any w6�*'K:f*For two vyears'ihs; waa iifc- BALTIMORE. MD.> JC6>vl1iS;^^ which brokft 6ut � In the hbVfii flt Standi�rd Oil ^Oompaiiy's' iteaiiter Standard nt Bowl^t's wharf ,tiil�i'4jtej*^, noon spread to the whlrf and heiirby'' gasoline tanks In > few minutes.; ;v' Many exploslonSxoqpiijfred con "the s'earner and the nearby tai^a ka^the gssollue. stored an them..ignii�i:l. vpl^^^ men* battling against tlio lilaiis were l>adly handicapped by VtlfiJi*; inability to approach the burning structures Htended bv the best ' "'"'^ n inrgs numtoor of T^'dMshm^ad ' y'^'-p^^^VBT^ pn iho; stfcamTihip un-* Ufc fcmSd a^at t'"*^'"^ gasolHrt. 'the steamer .r" ! brought to this port' a ,cargd bt 7,000 ^he would hcvo to be operatad oa. I uggeatedLydiaE.' Pinkham'i VegeU- ble Compound, and. �t first sbe refused' bnrrelg of gasolirie and' this was" only partly unloaded when thd fire broke out;-. ^ 4 ^,;y, /A^e;;--- . Imiuedlately there jwas a tremendous . .....explosion, but It is not, thought any t6^ttKlI^'bat.fiiil^ly consented. From the workmen,,were;near:enough to th* Tery bcginninkTit helped her, and Injured. It was Ihonght thnt * VantirrTv w�M anj teiUnir !"of Uio men had escaped from tho jX-essel. At 4 p.m � V GETS 10 YEARS. ' - � TOROXTO;, NOV. 32;-.Tack 'T.ett, .'r'Who held up 'the Canadian .Express anessensers on" the Toronto-Buffalo 1 -Grand Trunk train and got away witli JO.OOOi .wis s l.dflay sentenced ifa^ the tpenttentiary lor 10 y'bars. A sentence oC-five yeai% tor robbing the Union Bank and Mother of three years for ,atea)ing a' motor car,'will rim concur^ ;^i^^tly. ^GardQni^,iDuw .v^waali ptisan'farm ^fhrKwT) years foi^^ 'ic^Bpira'cy in connection with the ; i^^ v^att, who led; guflty ^o;|rec%ing $1000 dl ) at^en monBy,;^Was;aUd\ied tb go jnisife'ndf^d sentence.:^ >V '= VAH8ITY BROPENS. V i JSA-SKAaKOON^^Sasin, Star. 32.--TUd ]ii^^)ty/of Stu�icB^i^iranWM6h ha^ a * ^uazutliied, against > injnuenza, ^re-bp�it Dec, 2.- ' f^V,-':';-, BdwWjs j� entircTy well, and'telling eTerrbotijr bow much gtxKTit hav done her.v-Mr�.,W.D. Wells, 228 North Adams Street, PetersbuMT, Va. .- *r�f rri who saffars as Mist Wells did, or from irregulanties, painful penpda, backache, sideachc, dragging down paiRs,-uii)8mmation or ulceration wodMt only give this famous root and herb .remedy a trial, they would soon find relief front such suffering. For special advice wometo are asked tft wnte^tlie Lydia E. Pinkham Medicina Co^.'^rLyao, ATaas. . The tesuft of forty year*, azpejfjf nca,it at >W service.- the liro was reported-^to bo \tiidlJr control. *^ �' BELIEVE ALLIESIO '^Xhlldi^n's Dresses. ^ All .children's dross-es- inserse. worsteds or velvet, sizes 3 to 14 jenrii�{->i^y|th gi^ensi'taupe fliud. navy blue vmake up a^iplens| i-iones, vtogetuW' ifjCOloV range. .  VS 'i'illvi'.;iji�>:,-'::4'^.' LON DON, Nov.. &:-rSome :naval. nten, the .Daily "Mail correspondent .with t{ie British fl:etsay#. reject the - Idea' tliat' the sarTendered Germa'ft slvps will ever, be >retornr ed to Germafiyi They .believe they will be divided amonn'the allies, inoluciino 'the Unl^d .StBtcfi. - ^ .'^ it Cfc� doctor X So'write* Bonds. " t the dl 'appeared, ' " anoic-aad . ' 4octor*Bl > Z tnmwl m 1 ;av�i ..jBOWnitf Uot Oy�t�r : :�nidnaQy':'a9X�ad.v^^^ ' iUiat thp,!. Tno good.;, if**�dled-'iemi�4:s fc-Vn wallet. ' serlonal aine-|: I Keeame alSwt diacoon^d. This ^ n&. of ft&erparty dt^Koyal l^orth-iii:estr;1Uoanted ?,Foliy. , COLtJMBUS,t, Ofilo,. Nov.'. 22.-Bx-t^palon to foreign cpnnUles._^pepial-ly IBunaw, pt organised temperance v^ale senators �work -was decided'upon beteXtoday at.the Moalng session ot conference oC the' national aab'-saloos^ Jaagvie workers and prohibition advo^tes from other coniltries. The conference clos-ii ed at noon. i i , CAMPANIA,SINKS.- IXJNDON, Nov. 21.-The' ^ steamer Campania, once que^n of the seas; .h^s sunk in ^e'Firth: of Forth, off ' jm* coast of Scotland, daring a gale. %11 on board the ship were saved. Children's Llama . Hoso. � Girl's plain vcashmere liose in the famous LUuua m.-\ke,' slrese-to S. GOc val-,. ue;?' .Saturday, pair, :39. cents. *en'a Flannel Shirts.^ Shirts .ot military : � fla,nhel, strong;' ui ; shflnkablc, all sizes/ : .i |2.75,ynluc. Saturday r fsWoffien's Hoke, - , :fleecc- cotton hos'e;-' splendid weigh t, - aM -.^�,es.. Saturday, pair, y 40 cents. �Weoyif'ieather Mi*��:;^ Stronr buck' tail' 'mitts; warmly lined', : finished with knitted; -wrist; Saturday, pair.i . .�o;,^'/ ;K|iakl'BUnK�ti;5 A|I \ ^ wool, fcxtra a^ayy khi^kl Wank^ts. |1S-'. i ;60 valde.v Saturday^ '' $45.Q0 to $50.00 Coats SeUing at .,:. Another popular one-price^ sale ~of Men's Winter  . ........' . :;;/ ; . - There is ntrfluestion-about the value^ofithse suits; They nT% manufactured by union labor, in the mpst rei^ufabl^-clQthitijg estab-, olishment In Canada. How we secured 'th^stf'jtiWdj S,uit8 fit loss' -than the present .day cost of materials; will ndt;l5ltereBt:you so mucli, aS the/fact thti^.' tomorrow yott;can .buy a well,>tMpred winterfsuit HfcLhalt what you would expect 'to pfty; Winter-,weJgfli.Vt^efed8 and worsted.S' In a variety of Quiet patterns and subduejl .colpr--r'| 4 0? Ing^'.,,;yalu^s; to 923.S0. :-Saturday- Men's Overcoats, values to $35.00 ^ ., Any overcoat in 'stock tomorrow at; this-bigN reduction, (adsi and chinchillas.' Wtirtii to- ?SB.O0. ' v:'! ^ twaedsii Saturday Iwi^;^^vy 17.50 'SeErrOur splendid; range 0f Chlldren'4 Toques, Sweaters, Knitted Suits, S(Arf . Sets. :, Leggings,-' rcumi; etc; Prices not to be equalled *^ini'tho � city,' SE E^OUr' complete rangC"; j of! .Menfsi Wopien's'aKdX'.J Chifdi'eh's'. Woolen Und6liBt�';^ brands 5 including' ;:^nvn.'r l)ulis,fPei|lma\is aAd Hy-. iJlene '' ' - ' i;. OTTAWA,'- Nov.. 2l'.-;TUa. q�*ef-tiion| A^iU be raised, this coming/scssion fei to'the rlghj^ of women,, no^- tliiat-tiioy have-the franchise, "trt ; \.. ' Vlkr"'^'' ' ' 1.^^ t. --^^ jr t,i ment. It Is'understood. " ' bcr ;ot ardent�upholders |^utti�ge..prop:pres8 The matter .has not bpcn by the government, but _-z=__ minlstd'rs express ;.thflmselv.e;s .'as'far-. --��--^^^^^^^'^'^^^^y^^T^^^^'^^^^f^^^^^f^^ .w/- orAble. and it would not be'surprising TWO CRUISERS'BEIN6 .' ' Placos-by olvllikp clubs, .who will have All* FORCE CAbEtS' They have the precedent now of; th3 British parliament, which rece^ntly ex-lendKl the right:.-to the women. In All. grey-coat swdat-i, )^ 6rs/for.4�oyB of 6, i J , \ ^qd 10 Idark^lClBgttr, SJ ' ^ W -%l.W,i Sa�ard�ljr{,/ 'Wpman's SRIrta. All 'roBB SklrtB;;Hotefiy weaves, >tWeoda and S^ges. Saturday,' 20 e�ijt. .mer&, gloves. Oolors/ : white, grey or black, -s |,:SaturdayHpalty;:;66cv Ifilln's Work BooU.: 'Solid leather,, heavy,, 1 storm . calf ;work' -shoes, all sizes, valj' ."ue's to y$5.e0. Satur-j' day, $3�5. ^% that a num. V,^ >w. i-X'SL^...........%wvu^^ 'o�"wom,.a*s Xi�i/VT '�� "-isV^ r i^itt-i �... .V.'........'i -"-y......"'; �� -'^'^^ s8:^:iho;:,lBBue.';,"., -�'^ ^>�.:Lt-v .�:�..^>^A>^(rr-:,.v....... .-.U .� �.'-^.�..�k--::::",.:^ n coiisldcradj , ^ x^f> , ' - ' >' t -Jndividpai'''-' ' ' . - -"^'V^^ ^ ..... , -f: 1 ,1, ^ ... ^ 32.-The..Germ-an addition. Lady Rhonddn. vtHe'ot the >*^'��'iJP Koenig and U�e batUe orui-lafe' food � con'troUer:' lias annoiincsd scr Muokensen, which, although _scUe-her intention tcr make aft issue as to '^^^^ �pr,^ surrender Thursday," were her right to take her husband's seat PrT"tted to be absent; are being rdis-in the house of lords. If.menibers are armed-unfler the supervision of Vice-allowfd to sit iu the hoasejiviwhy not Admiral Browning of the British navy the senate,, ask Ottawa; politicians, who was sent to-i&ermany . fitt"! that TUey are already cllacnssing tbe effect purppi;e, according to the corresppn^d-on. the venerable body of-EaViag fc- ent of the Dully Mail With the British fleet. The Koeuig has been in do2.50 In the f^n^als w^^^ cost. . . ,,' �", , AREDOEKrACIOITY I Tells Safe, Certain, the case of the latter team it .�^I] mean that most ot/thclr playiFs wilt'return to >^helr, homes, ai^d as most.of them reside out, of towu, it will piesn the loss of one : team. The .Depot Battery jilayers are, i however, ail Toronto boys arid will, re-' main here. It is the general impression that the dropping of the military teams wHl .mean the taking of th^Ir YIOTOMA, Nov. g2.-r-Fifteen days put from Yokohama the' Japanese .liner Manila Maru arrived this morning with 252 nassengers and 8955, tons of freight, tircluding 735 tbns of cocoanut oil and ^029,b41es of raw silk, valued at 12,000,000.'> - V TOHONT^; Novy,-2;2.-Beoaifisei the *I^6yal Xir; Korco^ h^^,. suspended con-'ferring,.commrsslons to.� cadets who complete their.'training in Canada and lias-refused to advance any more uni-,j. ... .. , ,- . .�, ^ ,V ~ s-  - i/i >-,;:.I* >giaa the advance took'place * form allovi^dnges. 40, cadets here^ find, ^^n ^ga^^gjay and amrtuuted ' themafelves'^nablo either to collect � to ^ cents per hundred. -amounfs-.thej^/i^lready.'havo paid in ^^^^ " " - 8UQAR AOVANCES^^^ ^ ? Sngar^jBS advanced' 15 cents - >haa:bten here for five yeani, and.he is a^well known i .; !tatlori)hyt^^^^^ 'his tausljhess by adding one dry i^f il|^�t^;CtA88 WOR 7 eScfoTSc to __________ liSOrto 11.75 ^|JW||lVERy;FBEE)-'' tion-of ac^ is taking place in the stomach, causing the iormation of gas and acid indigestion. , .1, 'Oas distends the sHomach and oauses that full, oppressive, burning l�ellng sometimes known as hearthnm, while the acid irritates find inflames { the delicate lining oCsthe stomach. The trouble lies entirely in the excess development pr secretion of aold. ' To stop-or prevent this ^^uriag or the food contents of the stomach and to neutralize the acid, and' make It ibland and. harmless,, a tea spoonful of [bisurated Magnesia, a good and effec-rtlce cbrre^for of acid atomacli, should be taken In a auai-jtSiT of a glass of hot; or cold water after eating or whenever! gas, sourness oy^7ac)dIty ip felt,r-Thi8, sweetens the' stomach and neutraUs�s the acidity in a few moments ^nd Is a perfectly harmless and iae^aiislve remedy, to nse.\;^-^^',^^ An antiacid, such as biaaraud mag-nesla which can be obtained from any druggist in eitlier powder jor,tablet form, enables the- stomach to'So Its work properly -wlthbut tlie..*id of artificial digestentfi;ila)KneBia' comes .'i^ several formSi so certain to ask for and"tsVl9 ouly-BIsurated Magneslji,. which 'is espeeialiy'fprepared for M above puriiost,- Advertisement ACHGS AM) PADiS QinCKiy'REUE^ 'T" -r} ,>':.,:..v-;--:'^-;/-- �:;^r^?^^:!^-- f: You^ll find Sloui> Jbiniin�Bt. softens 'M^ihf mVvs, ' "rh^mnat'lc. acW' Put it on freely,'' Dont �(& it 111. Jiist let itnaturally. What a sense of soothitig^'Ttilief soon'foUowsI' : External :acbes,>stiffness, soreness, cramped r. muscles,./,5tratned -sine^nrs,- ."^back ''cricks''-r