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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 25, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta NOVEMBEH DAILY PAGE BAlDEPOSITS ONTHE INCREASE Kaln attained a new record In ItigH hank Bank for the month of October show an In crease of HHBets of approximately The bnnk figures for October compared with tho are 1918 compared wVli Sep tember roserve fund dhows a decreodfi of approximately 13 beciune of the absorption ofthe Bank of Xorth America by the Bank of fund Note circulation deposits Notice depositH Doponits Current coin Dominion notes Deposits central gold 4 IOHIIH anada Call loans outside Current loans anada Current loans outside Total nubilities Total assets month and FLO BAN IS TO COME OFF THIS FRIDAY WEEPING mm A Perfect Treatment For This ARE PREPARING 10 ENTER The flu ban off Theatres Mil open the on Sunday and the will open That was the decitlon of the board of at Its special meeting this PREPARING LIST Destroyed Town Without Rea son Day Before Armistice Was Signed torlefl directed heavy fire Mezloros nnd doatroyed half the Muring tlin liomlmrument was nec to reniovi the 200 patients In hospital The stopped at on the morniim of a half hour before Ihu ar mistice went Into Thin destruction was carried out without any military aim and is a new proof at German von Amelm commanded tho German troops In the Mczlerci re I Ijad an of Weeping Kezetna so bad my doilies would wet through four 1 Mill could jet no rnli 1 tried Fniilaties and Sulva The flrst me I Iuvr three of Stiotha frihii1 nul of um u Jlolh these are sold by ilealers i for or on of price by Jniitalives Fruila size which sells On the eve of ihe signing ot tiio the Hermans carried out their usual acts of cruelty and pillage in MozleresCharlevllle re according to an interview with underaecretary of state for the in the The former German emperor and tho mer crown prince had their headquar ters In thin region tor inore than throe yearH aild the district was until the morning of On morning the Germans removed the in habitants and carried a systoma tic robbing of the homes and build In the afternoon the enemy bat WOMEN OF MIDDLE AGE Ned to Pan the Cruu Safe tbt Lydia Puk VcpUble Compoud Cu be Relied Change of la addition to Its annoying I had an attack of i grippe which lasted 1 nil winter and left I me in a weakened I felt at times that I would never be well I read of Lydia kPInkhama Voge ftable Compound and what it did for women passing through the of so I told my doctor I would try it I toon began to gain in strength and the annoying symptoms dis appeared and your Vegetable Compound has made a strong woman so I do all my own I cannot recommend Lydia Pinkhams Vege table Compound too highly to women pnssingthrough the Change of 1316 Orchada Women who Buffer from heat headaches nd the blues ahould try this famous root and herb Lydia Pink tarns VejroUblo FOR MEN mem hers of the Canadian Expeditionary Force who do not wish tofollow agric ultural pursuits after the over say that the positions they held before enlistment are open to them on their This figure has beer made available to the reparation com mittee of the cabinet by the analysin of national service cards signed over seas by soldiers early in 1917 In addition to who definitely stated that their positions were being held open for said the were uncertain or Then were who did not answer thi question and who asserted tha their positions were not AT THE Right down to the last little be new Colonial Theatro is ready and waiting for the big opening as soon as the flu ban is With a splendid combination ot vaudeville and pictures the programs be offered at the Colonial will fully ive up to and eclipse anything in the lino of popular priced The opening vauder ville bill will be headlined by Miss Cecille Elliott and in the one act comedy playltet The written by Emerson The Buyer possesses much of the broad humor of Potash and which ia sufficient guarantee as to its laughter provoking Bud That Nut will be seen In his original comedy in which he tells a bunch of really funny sings a few and leaves his audience in a happy state of Miss Jessie will add to the musical end of the bill with uer clever singing Al will be seen in his latest comedy in which he has appeared over the Pantages and other circuits in the past An all star feature photoplay pro gram and an orchestral concert by the Colonial orchestra round out tho All Claims Against Huns For LOSSCH in Torpedoing of ilovern limit Ims directed the preparation ol i list of claims by Canadians urininR out of tho illegal methods of wnrfaro jy the enemies during the These claims arise through the torpedoing of ships without aerial bombing of unfortified nnd commandeering or requisitioning with out destruction and si milar illegal acts on Tile Cana dian claims are largely limited to the first class The claims re late to loss of as well as of pro A further list is also to bo made covering claims for damages arising out of breaches il contracts with neutrals which were declared illegal because of the neutrals making the claims being on the Statutory List of persons in neutral com monly called the Black All per sons having claims Indicated should file them without The making of this list does not Imply an under taking on the part of the government to put forward the claims at the penco or any assurance if put forward they will be But the list should be completed without delay so as to enable the government to make a demand If an occasion there for should show ing the method of filing claims and the proof to he may bo obtained from Thomas under secretary of the officer appoint ed by the orderincouncil to examine and report upon the OFFERED E FOR Further Sensational Kvidence is Brought Out in Trial of Quebec Ollicct ALLIES PUZZLED Now When was the last time you had a real good hearty laugh Doesnt it seem like a year ago since you a good show Every cloud has a silver lining Tho for the past weeks we havpnt seen the and the flu ban will soon be and when it is Oh Joy Oh Boy What a Gi rrand and Glorrrious Feelin YOU CAN THEN HIKE RIGHT DOWN TO THE Southern Albertas Most Beautiful Theatre AND SEE AND ENJOY A REAL GOOD VAUDEVILUI AND PICTURE WATCH FOR THE OPENING DATE In the As sociated Press dispatch from Vladivos reporting tho antiBolshevild commander in the ransBaikal at odds with tha Omsk ailRussian the state department received the first unfavorable news that has from Siberia in Officials are puz zled by the because 3emenoff has been one of the most consistent workers for tho elimination of Bolshevikiianv and the reestablish ment of stable government in Rus sia since tho overthrow of the It is regarded as probable here that Admiral in assuming author ity as dictator of the Omsk govern ment has declared himself head of the armed forces of the as would be and that he has offended Hope is how that Semenoffs friendship Horvath will overcome his anti pathy for Knnlicr dfincp a sensational nature was brought out here on Saturday in the preliminary investigation which IK ing on in the court f salons on Ihn accusations made against George Pion M P of Omar Guny j and who nre charged j with extorting money from Military i Service Act draftees or their rola1 tlves for false exemption witnesseson Saturday were KM ouarrt ot Levis bd her and her In course of their testimony was brought out that Piun had come j to their home and offered to secure an exemption for the provided they paid They did not accept the terms but wrote to Pion some time later and j agreed to pay him in rash and the in six Pion had i endeavored several times to get the young man to come to Quebec and i iifeet him at he Neptune but the young man refused fearing that he i might bo taken up by the military po One evening Pion had come to their home accompanied by Guay and the latter said that they might bo Cluay had later coiun to Que bec the exemption card for her Some or about Edouard Vezina was notified by the military authorities to report and they then discovered that card which Pion and Quay had given was Young Verina had duly report ed and after medical examination was Vezina said that when her husband and herself discovered that the card received from Pion was worthless they did not pay any hriH the following special enbii from London Canadas troops sire piepnrinrT their triumphal enlry into i lOvery battalion nml I pnrtici I patewill march In with Ilyiii cnlorx and bands Consequently there i has been genornl recbilmlnR of all Ihe regimental colors which were i In varlouH chnrehns and ciilhedralH In the rirllish Isles since the beginning Ihe when various liattnllons i ibelr Jiiered regimentnl 1 flngs anliil solemn cenMiiony to dm safe keeping of the church until came buck from the Westminster 1miln Cn Kdln burgh nnd many other churches eon tain the regimental flags of Canadian Amies in for in has the colors of the Trish Princess 1atrlcins are an The reglmentnl worked by Princess never Inaves the headquarters of the whether he In billets or in I lie A military dependents branch ot the was created today for the purpose of gathering together tho children and mothers of Cana dian soldiers before the congestion of demobilization sots The sending i hack to Canada of dependents will take place with all possible Major formerly of Toron and later resident in lias been appointed in charge of He was embarkation officer at Ply mouth in 101G and organized the hand ling of troops at Carters Little Liver Pills You Cannot be A Remedy Thtt Constipated and Happy Snnli Pill Small Doir Seitll WJ Makes Life Worth Living Oeautite PILLS AUCTION SALE WEDNESDAY 27th AT 285 SEVENTH AVENUE SOUTH AT TWO OCLOCK Allain prominent young Halifax business man and son of late Sir Ilerre ii FRANK AUCTIONEER Instructed by the will sell by Public as a quantity of surplus houeshold FURNITURE Including2 brasu beds complete with springs and two very fine O8TERMOOH MATTRESSES oak tlreiiBer ami commode small tableWilton fine quality Brussels small nig five grass chairsleather rocker leather nnn chair reading lamp ball in fumed oak with large mirror to match tree kitchen table MeCLARY GAS RANGE electric iron electric toaster linoleum washing machine and wringer childs carriage cutter and wheel barrow kitcheu utensils dishes pillows A PROMPT ATTENDANCE WILL BE APPRECIATED TERMS CASH PMONM MAMMOTH AUCTION SALE PURE BRED HORSES SHOT j PRINCE The Uermaine and admit having shot James McKay at Steep CreeU and tied the body to a plank i when they put it into the They 1 say they had arranged to shoot any stranger who came to the place as they were draft evaders and suspected everyone whom they did Gervais was today formally charg ed with the murder of James McKay and tho other two with the murder of McKay and AGRMCEPIION READY FOR WILSON I have been favored with from ALBERT WOCKNITZ to sett by Public Auction at his farm MILES NORTH AND 4 MILES WEST OF 20 miles from on 28 At 1O OClock Sharp SPEND CHRISTMAS BACK HOME IN r Imperial Limited to Montreal Eastern Ctnidt Double Dally Train Service to Toronto Compartment Standard and Tourlit Excellent Dining Car Tlckata acid during Dacambar are good for 0 grantad by a paymtnt of 00 for each FOR FURTHER INFORMATION RMIUVATIONf TIOKiT PHONt 118 J DISTRICT PASSENGER Repre sentatives of the Armenian settle ments in Egypt and the Soudan at a meeting in according to a dis patch to the from adopt ed unanimously a resolution address ed to the allied powers declaring that the Armenian nation has been the vic tim of It is said that the Armenian nation claims its right of independence and sovereignty over all of Armenia and requests immed iately the recognition of a provisional It asks also that Turkjsh troops be withdrawn from Armenia and their places taken by allied and Armoniuu UNIVERSAL SUFFRAGE Rumanian government haa ietued a decree dissolving parliament and convoking a constituent as lambly elected by universal suf according to a dispatch from AIRMEN BACK TO CIVIL LIFE two months from today or about the end of January the bulk of the membecs of the mechanics and cadets who form the personnel of the Royal Air Force will have been disbanded and baqk In civil according tp an authoritative announcement at the Wil son will receive the greatest reception we ever gave any says the Observer in un article discussing i comingvisit of the president to Eng The discussing the tlon of tho freedom of says There is a profound contrast be i tweon which in a solid cou I tinent and the British which is essentially a maritime Ship ping and the naval means for guard ing ii ire furnished by tinental railways which serve Amer If this fundamental diversity be tween the two countries and their social life can he grasped thoro can bo no extreme difficulty in adjusting points of view on all 1 Registered Percheron age 8 weight 1800 1 Standard bred age 11 2 Registered Percheron age 8 weight 3200 2 Registered French Draft age 8 weight 3200 2 Registered Percheron age 2 2 1yearold Stud eligible for 2 Filly eligible for tegis 1 Black Pefcheron 9 years weight 1600 1 Team Percheron and 9 years weigHt 2800 1 Team Bay Percheron 5 and 6 years weight 2600 1 Grey Percheron 9 years weight 1300 1 French Draft 12 years weight 1400 1 Team Black 10 and 12 years weight 1 Black 8 years 1150 1 Black 3 years weight 1250 1 Team Matched Young Driving These mares have alt been bred and are supposed to be in 1 Team Bay 8 years weight 2800 1 Team Cleveland 7 and 8 years weight 2400 1 Team 12 weight 2700 2 Black 3 Vears weight 2500 1 Grey 9 years weight 1700 1 Bay 9 years weight 1400 1 Grey 8 years weight 1600 1 Bay 11 ytara weight 1150 1 Bay 8 yeare weight 1300 1 Saddle 2 2year old Percheron 8 old Percheron 6 Galdlnge and 3 Filly 3 aired one year 1 Dual Purpose Registered Dur ham 2 years 6 Young Milch Cows supposed to be in ft 2yearold Heifers supposed to be In 2 2yearold 7 Spring 5 Brood f 28 Store 50 Harness and other Farm Imptomonta numerous to LAURIE PLUME TERMS OF per balance 12 months credit on approv ed 8 per 8 per discount for This is one of the finest bunch of horses ever offered for sale this neigh come early and get in the The dajs are short and as we have a lot of stuff to sell we must start on This stock will be sold without reserve as Wocknitz is going to the coast on account of his wife s FREE LUNCH AT NOON Luurie the bad Indian who escaped the provincial police consta ble while in his custody on tho way to Calgary lriday afternoon to siund trial for is onco again In tho and is now on his way north m ilie could not escape tho mesh tliat was thrown out by inspec tor and htf was rounded up on Saturday Ttfid Saturday ilv this Clerk George Auctioneer ;