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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 25, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta MONDAY, NOYEMniW 25, )018 DAII-Y as tumpi (ctnhcr flKurcy. The aliowa n decrqatje of liecjune u( Ilie rnserve fund approximately OTTAWA, Nov. Caiiiuav fcgalii attained a nuw record In EUV- hank ileiioplltf, Hank (iKurea for Iht mouth of October fliow :ilso ail In- m'ufln ol apfiels ol approximately I uy tho Hank of Tho tajik figures for Dcluher compared with .lie m-evlous moiHL ami 1017. i.roi Nnllco deposits outalile Current coin Jlomlnlon central sold t.'all loans. C'auodn fall loans ouUlde Current louna Canada Current loads outsild.i Total liabilities Tula1, assets O.-touor, }SIS S Soutcmljci, 1915 IH.JRW 211.C23.8SO SSS-StO.m October, 16 17 I UH.r-lS.zn IW.S52.907 15.510.81S 1H7.225.B1S li7.Ofll.SOS 1. 003.55 J.001 IS ljl.018.H7 PACili nmrurn n RtLICHCIJ A Perfect Tretem For This Distressing Complaint gf V.'i; The han comes off TheatreE Will open Friday, the churches on Sunday and the echools will open Monday. That was the decision of the board of healtl. at ila special mertlnp afternoon. I could uo 'l-'nu'L-a-livcs au't '.-n Tho ItfjtmcuL j I of 'SiXillu 1 Uied I TOUON'TO, Nov. Vim lilfl lllf: (rjllniVJllK fpbi'.' (I'Olil I London: an; juoi> u i'ir fi'i' IJji'h' IrlmiipLa! L'liLiy into. (ij-roijny. i batfaliou anil unit l-j varti'.-i- will ujarrli In liisre Ijtcn a gPDtrjl ol all colors wliji.h left dnin-Ja-i and Die nrltisU Ihks dincc On t's directed a heavy fire Mezlercs ;nid dealrcycd half the town Ibe bonibarujncnt It was i-fBiii-y lu roJtiovc the 200 paiieiUs hi ihc ihcrc. TJip brnnbardmeiiT. at JO.'tO a in. un the morning j of Nov. U, a half huiir Ibu ai'- tlcc went Lnln offoct- destruction WJIB rarrleil oul j witbonl any military aim :md IH a new Town Wllhoul Uca- Diiy Hcforc Armistice tire German In the Mezlercj rp Signed Carter's Little Liver Pills You Cannot be A Remedy That Constipated and Happy SmillPill Small D Sm'J Makes Life Worth Living Geautnt many colorless Iicci but BARTER'S IRON PILLS will grcitly help most pale-faced people I'AHIti, Nov. the eve of ilic slKDluK ot Urn the (jermans rarriod qiH tKuir usual acts o[ cruelty and pillaee In Mozlcres-Cliarlcvillc ra- Klon, according to an Interview wllli Albert Kftvre, unucr-aecrehiry or Htalo for the Interior, tri llic Temps. Tlio farmer Uernian emperor and tho tor nier rrovi'ii urlate had (crs )n tlife rt'glon for ijiorc (ban Ihrec add tho rtlBlrlct was Intact uuiil of Nov. that morning tlie Germans removed lite In- act] L-arriud put a systems OTTAWA, Xov. 124.000 mem- bers of the Canadian Expeditionary b'orco whn do not wish tp'ToUow agric- ultural puraulU Ihe war, over say InaL Hid positions tliey -.._ ___ _______ ._. _ _________ 1C robbing ot tbo lionies and build- [before eullstiuent open to llicui AH Aguinsl Huns Tor in Torpedoing of Ships, Hie. OTTAWA, iMvcpi- noiil hau aircutcil Ihe preparation of list of elating liy Canadians yvisliiE of the illegal melliadg if warfaru the titienilcH during HIP war. Theco claims ariso tli rough tbc torpedoing of bhips wtlhout warning, (liu ai-rial unfortified places, anj commandeering ur tefiulaiUanlag willi- out "compouatUlon, dnstrucllon niirl si- milar illegal a tie on land. Trfe Cana- diau claims are largely limited to llio first, class mentioned. The Llalms rt- lato lu loss of life, as well as of pro- A furllier list IK alho lo made covering claims for damages out o! broaches of with neutrals which were dil-lareil Jn Ibe aHcrnoon the cnnmy bat- WOMEN OF MIDDLE AGE Need Help, to Pass the Crisis Safe- that Lydia E. ham's Vegetable Compound Relied Upon. uu their return. This figure ttus maJc to the reiiaratlon com- mitten ot the cabiuet by the' analyeia oF national service cards signed over- seas by soldleri early lit Jn addltloii to who denn stated tliat lliftlr poaltlona were, being held open for I hem, sale] they wem uncertain or doubtful, Thcrq Tverfa 13.65G who Old answer the H lies If on and wlin (hat their imiltloiiB wore.nol la sedition to Its amioyinp symptoms, I had an attack of grippp which lasted lull Dialer and left ij me in a weakened 1 felt it Umea that I would I neverbcwellagiln. I I reaij of Lydia V- Vcgc- Stable Compound f women paasin g through the Change oELife, BO I told my doctor 1 would try it- laoonlicgiD to in strength and, the annoying ___ symn torn s dig- jppeated end yourVegelnblo Compound has reach weli, strcng woman so I (Jo all my housework. I cannot recommend Lydia E. Pinkham'a Vege- table Compound too highly to women pBE3ing_through Ihe Change of Life." iaiua. Orcbida BL, Urbane, 111. Women who suffer from nervous ness, "heat headacnea >nd "th'e should try thla famous col tnd herb remedy, Lydin E. Pink- Compound. AT THE COLONIAL. Jtlglil down to the last little detail, be new ColOilial TIleiLrti in rcuu5 anJ waiting lor the big opening night, IT Aliljcy, Si Paul's O- fit. OHt-s' Cathcili-al. Kdln- burgU and many otlicr (.lnirdii'a con- tain tfjc rcgfjuejiial or ('aiiarfiuii Si. Amies' in llplfait. for ia- j-lLitite. liag (In; i-oluj.- of Hie I Iri-h I'anmlian. Piini.u-s UTI: .exception. 'I'hf. roEimputnl i flag, worked by I'rinruss Pali EI-ILI, tmvi'r Inuvesi llio of (ho ll he in bllJei.s or In ilif front niHHary dt'iitndcuiin' branch uE l-'urlhcr Kvidencc f'-B.f- was creaied today for the Out in Trial llun'osy. .of Kallicring together th-j Quebec wives, children and mother of Caua- ilian poldievd before Hie rongefiUon cf i hack (o Canada of depentleiitB will dencc scnsailojjul nuiiire J. Hero; Lrought out here on in (lie I to, aurt later prolinunary which Is so- In charge of IbiV. ItiK on in tlic court of on was cmharXalIon officer at Ply-' Ihe accusations madit uRamsi (jcoigc i in 1915 and organiwrt tlie han'rl- Plem, M-P- of MontinsKiiy. dinar Gwuy MIHK of troops at Livcriiool." and Caul. Goulet, wiio are charged i formerly of Toron- with cxlorting nioiity noin Mllitury! ficrvlfe Act draftees 01- their because of the neutrals making tlvea (or (aisc" exemption the claims being oh tiie Slatulory Ust on SalurilHy were Mrs. Krl- Allain ,T. Landi-y, promineni young ir.iLlfai business man and son of Hie laic Sir IMerre I.andry, la dead. AUCTION SALE WEDNESDAY NEXT, NOV. 27th AT 285 SEVENTH AVENUE SOUTH AT TWO O'CLOCK FRANK WADDINGTON, AUCTIONEER Instructed by the NORTHERN TRUSTS CO, will iell by Public Auction. a quantity of surplus FURNITURE Including: 2 brass complete ivitli springs and two very fine OSTERMOOR MATTRESSES; oak dresser aud commode; small laule; YViHoti rug, (ine quality Hrussels; small niff; five gras-- chairs; leather -leallier reading lamp; hall Beat, in fumed oak wild largo mirror to match; tialMree; kitchen table; McCLARY GAS RANGE; etcctriu iron, electric toaster; Linoleum; washing machine anrl wringer; child's carriage; tut let wJieel- nik-iiLu uteuslh; dlsiies; pillows; tuiiilons, etc. A PROMPT ATTENDANCE WILL BE APPRECIATED TERMS CASH PHONES ot persons In neutral countries.' torn- monly called the Black List. All pel-- sons having claini3 imlfL-atud tlioultl file them without delay. The niakiufi of this list rloea not Imply nn under- taking on the part of the government to put forward tile claims at the pfiaeo conference, or any assurance that put forward they will lie paid. lint tho list should ho completed without delay so ns to enable the government to make a demanil it au occasion therf- for should arise. Instructions, show- ing the method or filing nnd the proof tu he forwarded, may bo ohlained from Tlioiuas Mulvey, soon aa tlio 'Su ban lifted. WHU a aplenilld ot vaudeville anil pictures tlio programs to be on'evcd at (he Colonial will fuiiy live up tu espectatlonSj and eclipse anything-in-tho line of popular priced enterialnmcnL The openiii? vauder vlllc bill be heajlineil by Mlsa Cecllle KHIottj and Company, in the ono act comedy playret, "The. Buyer." wrltlpn by Eraerson HoughLoD. "The J Uuyer" much of the broad' humor ol "Potash and which ia sufficient'guaranlee aa to Us laughter provoltltis ca'pabllitiea. Bud Schatfeiv :Thit NuL" -111 Feen In hfa original comedy single, in wlilcb he tells a bunch ot really funny siags a songa, ami leaves his audience in a happy state" of mind. Mts3 Jessie (iar. will add to .the musical end of Inc bill UDP clever slnslnE specialty. Al norlt will bo seen in his latest conicriy ncl. iri which lie has Rppesrcti over Ilie Pantages and otlier clrculU In the past season.___ I An all star feature photoplay pro- gram and an orcheslval concert by the Colonial orclealra will, round out the Ml. secretary o[ state! the officer appoint- ed by the to prepare, eianitne anil report upon Hie claims. imartl Vezina, of-St. Inseiiii I.pvla; ojiard, her son, ami Odulia, (laughter. In the course of tht-ir testimony it [I was liroughl out thai 1'iun bail come to their home and offered to secure an cxeniption (or they paid J2QOD caan accept the terms in to Pion sonic MiJESHflfD. Honest, When was the last time you had a real good heady lajgh? Doesn't it rcem Hke a year ago since you a good Every cloud has a silver lining (Tlio' for tho past six weeks we Iravpn't seen "the and Ihe 71u ban will soon bo lifted, and wlien It Oh Joy! Oh Boy! What a and Glor-r-rious YOU CAN THEN HIKE RIGHT. DOWN TO Trit "Southern Algeria's .Most-DeanlKul-ThsaUc'' AND SEE AND ENJOY A REAL GOOD VAUDEVILLE AND PICTURE SHOW. V WATCH FOR THE OPENING DATE .WASHIN'OTOX. Nov. lit Ibe _As- ii rrom ScmenofT, tlio Ih lok, reporting Gejj. aiUf-UolshevikL son, provided Tliey dlil not1 but i time later and to pay him in ras'u anil I (he balance in six 'months. Pion had! endeavored sevoral linica to gcL llic i ynuug raan lo come 10 Qucihec anil lihiet him at Jhc Ncpsune Inn, but ihc man relused) fpariiiK thai might InKcn up liy ilm iniliiary pn- llcc. One flvctilng Pion had enme to ilie'lr home ucconipanicil by Gtiay and thc-lnlter yaid llmt ihey might bo Lrusk'd. come to Que- bec ,lp aeciirc the lixcmitlioa card for liRr son, Some Urae Jaler, or about 'Aug. 20, Eilouaril Vezina UTIH notified j by llic military aiilhoritiea lo report, and Ihey tuen ili5COTored that tho card j which Pion and had given was j false. Ymmg had duly report-1 ;d medical exaniiiulion was 1 Biemplod. Mrfi. Vezina eaiil that when her husband and herself discovered thai Ibe card received Irani Pion >vas j Ilifiy did not pay any money, j MAMMOTH rans-Dftiha) region, ql odils witli Ilia Omsk all-Russian government, the slate ilcpanmeni received the- first unfavorable ncwa that has ccoie from Siberia in weeks. Officials are fcy tiie uOCdiisc Gen. Ssinonofi lias been one of the most consjaLciu workers ror the ciimiuaiida of BolsJievikiism uiitl (lie re-establiah- ment ol a stable government in gfa since the overthrow or Czar.--' AUCTION SALE BRED HORSES CATTLE, PIGS, FARM IMPLEMENTS; ETC. 1 have been favored with instructions from MR. ALBERT R. WOCKNITZ to sell by Public Auction at his farm SEC. MILES NORTH AND 4 MILES WEST OF MAGRATH, 20 miles from Lelhbridge, on -PRINCE AI.UKHT. Not. The1 men, SL and CarincI, U la regarded as probable bere Ihjt I having s'.iol James McKay at Sleep Admiral Kolchak, ill aaaumlne author-1 Crceli nnii tied HIP licily to J plank. lly as dictator ol Ihe Omsk govern-1 when Ihc'y lint it :ntc the rwcr. They ment has dpclarcil himself hcntl tliey had ui ranged to slioot any Hie armed forces ol the Government, au would be natural, anj that he lias stranger ivho c.inio to the place as tlmft cvailers and oJTomloil Scmcnoti. Hopo is felt, how- everyone wlionl tliey'akl over, Uml Scmenoffs frtcnrtsliip fort- Gcrvals was tndav formally r'liars- Gen. llorvalh will ovcrcomp his nnti-1 crl with Ihc murder of Jnmes 5IcKay pathy for Kolcliak. Hnd Ihe" other live willi Ihc iimnlcr "f McKuy ami At 1O O'Clock Sharp SPEND CHRISTMAS BACK HOME IN Eastern Canada Fires (o Stic, Comforlablo on Olhtr Eastern Points the World't Greatest Highway Compjrlmtnl Obiervatjon Carf, Standard tni Tourltt Excellent Dining Car Tickets sold during December are good for Avji. fcrlwtlon will be granlid by a payment of for e.lch fiftwii diyi. FOR FURTHER INFORMATION AND RESERVATIONS: J. GORDON, TICKET AGENT, PHONE S1Z J. E. PHOCTOR, DISTRICT PASSENOER AOENT, CALGARY. i M f I.OXDOX. Xov. Wll- Bcmallvcs of Iho Araioiiiiin settle- SOI1 Ihc ,t3l rcctio mcnts ami the bou.lan.al a wc ever say, t !H nccordlns 10 a llls- ObBfn-cr in an article discussing Llic patch to the Temps, tram Cairo, adopt- cuii.ir.s at the Kne- ed unanimously a resolullou address- j Pd Co tlic allied iiowera flKlaring that Thc newspaprr, cliscusslng Ihe ques- hc Armenian nation been he llon 0( of tlm oflarbarrans. ll is saH tli.lt Ihe. ..Tllcro js a control lie- Armenian nation claims its r.eht America, which Is a solid cnn- Indcpcndcnco and sovcreisnly ovtr nritish all ot Armenfa ami reoucsls i is maritime system. Ship- Jiinj! nnd the iinr.-il nipuns for.guard- ing ll are fiirni-rlKsl liy tincntal railways whirh ser've Amer- ica. If this tuiiiiiimcntfll dlvrrsUj' be- rwcnn thp lu-n rounlrlcs nnrt ibcir social (an he grasped there can be no c.itrcme .llniculty In lately llic recognition of a provisional I government. U asks also that Turkjsli Iroops be withdrawn from Armenia' and Ihelr places taken by allle.i and i Arraanian contlnEcnls. 1 Registered Percheron Stallion, age 3 years, weight 1600 Ibs. 1 Standard bred stallion, age 11 years. 2 Registered Percheron Mares, age 8 years, weight 3200 Ibs. 2 Registered French Draft Hares, age a years, weight 3200 Ibs. 2 Registered Percheron Fillies, age 2 years. Stud eligible for registration. 2 Filly Colts, eligible for fegis. tration. 1 Black Percheron Mare, 9 years old, weight 1600 Ibs. 1 Team Percheron Mares', and 3 years old, weight 2BOO ibs. 1 Team Bay Pcrcheron Marea, 5 and 6 years old, weight Ibs, 1 Grey Percheron Mare, 9 years old, weight 1300 Ihs. 1 French Draft. Mare, 12 years old, weight Ibs. 1 Team Black Mares, 10 and 12 years eld, weight 2400 Ibs. 1 Black Mare, a years eld, .weight 1150 Ihf. 1 Black Mare, 3 years old, weight 1250 Ibs, 1 Team Matched Young Driving Mares. These mares have all been bred and are supposed to be in fc-al. 1 Team Bay Geldings, 8 years old, weight 2EOO Ibs. 1 Geldings, Cleveland Bays, 7 and 3 years old, weight 2400 Ibs. 1 Team Geldings, V old, weight 3700 Ibs. 2 Black Geldings. 3 years old, weight 2500 Ibs. t Grey Gefding. 9 years old, weight 1700 Ibs. Bay Gelding, g years old, weiyr.t 14CO Ihs. Grey Gelding. 8 years old, weight Ibs. I old, old, 1 Bay Gelding. It yean weight 1150 1 Bay Gelding, years weight 131X1 Ibs.' 1 Saddle .Pony. 2 2-year old Percheron 'fillies. 8 2-year old perch'eron Geldings. 6 Gel'dingi and 3 Filly Colts. 3 Standard, find Fillies, one year old, 1 Dual Purpose Registered Our- >ham Bull, Z'ytlrz old. 5 Young Milch Cows (supposed to be in 5 2-year-old Heifers (supposed to be In 2 Steers. 7 Spring, Catvei. 5 Brood SOWS. 28 Store 50 Chickens. Buggies, Harness and other Farm Implements, tec numerous lo mention. 'Jl UNIVERSAL SUFFRAGE of view on all matters." PARIS, Nov. Rumanian government has issued a decree dissolving parliament and convoking a constituent as- sembly elected by universal suf- frage, according to a dispatch from Jassy. AIRMEN BACK TO CIVIL LIFE TORONTO, Nov. two months from today or the end of January next, the bulk of the mambses of the mechanics and who form the personnel of the Royal Air Force will tnve been disbanded ir.f back an at the Laurie PJnmo, the had Indian who csrapcil the pr.ninci.il police consta- Wo while In his ruslortj- on tlio way lo el; Fiiciay afternoon lo iland (rial Tor then. Is onro ngain in Ilie toils, and is now on his way north to llic- trial. I'lunie not Ihc thai wag Ihrovfn ont by Inspcc- c in civil life, accord.'nfl.to j Tor Miinjy. and hp was.rounded up on lonlative Sr.nirday TTdit hrAitf'it" ticrn Silnraa-.' TERMS OF per cent, cash, balance 12 months credit on approv- ed security, 8 per cent, interest. 8 per cent, discount for cash. This is.one ot the finest bunch of horses ever offered for sale iri this neigh- borhood, come early and get. in the game. The days are short and as we have a lot of stuff to srll must slarl on time. This slock will be sold without reserve as Mr. Wocknilz is lo the coast on account of his wife's health. FREE LUNCH AT NOON G, W. HEATHERSHAW, Clerk George P. Porter, Auctioneer ,c.-s ;