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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 30, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta IV-iM.Y lIKJULi) Cp ELEVKN DR. SOLF 11 FilOSISWR AMSTERDAM, Nov. Tojjeblalt, if Berlin, says It hai been' officially Informed that the workmen1) and soldiers' council has demanded the most speedy retirement of Dr. Sglf, the Ger- man foreign leeretary. The coun- cil also hai ordered Ihe seizure of til documents relays lo foreign aflalrs and the old JOY- syoleni- ALL'IEO FLEET is OFT SEBASTAPOL LONDON, Nov. allied naval squadron which recently passed, through the Dardanelles Into the Black Sea anchored off Srbail'apol, the Russian naval base'In the Crimea, on November 28. The Ruetlan ships' which were. In. the hands of the Ger- mans and alio ionic German sub- marines were currendered to the illkd .naval riprcsentatlvei. WINNIPEG ELECTIONS WINSlPKG, Nov. III Ihu muni- N. Y., Nov. viators from.llio Kingston, Ont, aviation Italian, lugs and barges from lochester anil coa si guardsmen Ve roarchlRK Hie eastern end of I.uke Jntailo for trace of tbe bow sectloi of tho steamer Northwest, cut looi [ronf her tow In a storm Wednesda night, ami Is believed to liova loui derod wltb Capt. McMlnn anil mil sailors, nil of Buffalo. The lug Thompson iiul out froi luo port of Rochester today In terrific storm, and alter severs hours' battling wllli tbo waves, pi) Into Sodua this aftcriujon, -bavin found 110 trace of (no uilnslng sec- ion ol the Northweot. The bow section wlito last EOEU Wednesday al anchor 19 miles north of Charlotte, with stern au- cbors keeping tho section baad-up to Hie sea. Crew Escaped on Raft UUPfALO, N. Y., The bow section ot llio North- west, which broke from its tow while- belag taken through Lake On- 1'ARIS, Nor. ploil lor tin appointment of Herbert C. Hoover a dlreclor-seaoral of relief In charge of he entire food and relief administra- tion for tho allies and the United States has been given approval. It leirneu today, by the very highest AMSTKHIMM, Nov. Tim slag Bering completeness ol Tiirc-n-Ucr man ilebaclo In iiii'l i is shown ihc German p'ibllc- in un eye 'witness slory published in ilie Vos- slscho Zcllung of Berlin. The writer attacks den Lillian von Nov. SO.-llIavaO-Tho I'reni-u Kovcrnnient, tbrougb .Marshal Xocli. will send vigorous protest to llorlln concerning Hie treatment of prisoners. 1-Mouardn Ifinace, UM- ilcr-Bttri lary for 'nilliinry Justice :ind pensions, announced In tbe chamber of deputies. He said tlio new gov- ernment In cjcrniiiny treated the prls- oners no better than tbe old regime. Jewish" people. The Btalemont, which a dated Nov. 19, Is :ia follows. "It h wllli pleasure that I learn of ilie approval accorded uy bis Holiness, Rciicdld XV to tlie plan or provid- ing a homeland In I'utesllnc to Ihe mumuers of tlio Jowlsli race. 1 am sure Dial llicro aro many who would feel happy lo return to tliat land rich with the tacrecl tradlllous of tlio and which Is ai Iho Fame time tlm liomc. of tlie liuiiers. Very fallli- American authority. It now goo he- operations, for his Tore the supremo war council for final incapacity and negligent- fully j. I'.uio _.. of Baltimore." hum tiokolow, AmbaFBailor at Large o[ tlie InlcrnatlOual XionlEL Organlza- determination. German commander In Turkish .....Incredible ..........t ____ _ The Cer- o.ullfe conrcni, be cb> involve., besides was' for Ihe Mfely of tlie ,nuolnlmeul of Mr. Hoover, (lie usa ol general's daufliters- .who were nt a pastor ships Imperalor, "eashlo resorf. He Ilkew Be confirms Bismarck and other ble steamerK In the Urlllalr reports iho gene a s SrM-, lor relief to whjch ,he beli) In eecurlng the return of tne Am- erican forces In Europe within a com- paratively brief period. The supreme war council wblcli wl" at rcpcji-is or ilie Spanish and Swiss] mlfflons which Invcstlgateil the con- lillons of pi-lEoncrs will show clearly, inw deep Into barbarism Germany iicl gunk. Chvlsilnn senl'lmenlsV Ills Holiness ataled Ihai he received IhescJ .aFBtii'- jnccs will: Hie fullest confidence..and eiprosEecl belt wishes for tbe real-.'-. IzatloH of tbe Zionist, program. He end'.d tlie audience by lepeatlng soyJ nrnl times- "We will be eood uelgliv The Oreauizatlon of America has also reccU-rd a alolrineot from'.'. Mgr. II. .1. Lavcllo of St Patrick's Ihcdral. N'uw York. MB writes: '.'The lilt-J of-racial Itioll Is In Ibe air. Tlie rescue of the Holy 1-and from the an'lul Turiilali power Is a blessing not ouly to Palcs- dno, but to (lie wbole world. Natur- ally many Jews turn with loving eyes to liio land of tlicir lorefalliere. one will bj-inpatblze with tlielr sontl-v ments and wish them success m llvelr.. 'worded: "Tbe onuny coiiiinuijcl er-ln-chlcr Is far In Ihe rnar of his troops." How ihc BrllUh break ihroujh uccur- red on Kept. IB, west o[ ihu Jorunn described by tbn wrltc-r. ;lbc Inn w WINNIPFG, Nov. mu niuiii-.lario on Wednesday, nan foundered clnal c-lecllona today Controller UraylTlio crow of nine men escaped on a 1 ..____ i... i nnl, ,..n i ritt nrlrl innHn. Hip. Canadian el'cc'lftl mayor by I.OOU inajorlly i Hie raft anil over Maytjr Davlilson. Tlio aider- shore. men ejcijlei were: Aid, J. K. Spar- Information came toddy lo Supl. line, Aid. I'ulfonl, AW. II. dray, Aid. of the liuffnlo Ilrydock Com A. A. Heaps, Krnest Itoblnson, see- In a telegram from Capt. Mc- relary of (he trades mid labor conn- j McMInn said tbe crew .bad ell, who defeated -Alu. J. J. Vopnlo; after a 24-houv battle In Aid. 13. Simpson and .Aid. J. b. I Hie Blorm. CZEHNIN'B DEFENCE BASEL, Nov. In aniwer to charges mentioned by the -Bavar- ian minister at .Berlin that he turned' down a peace offer from America, Count, ll-.i forin- cr Auslro-Hungarlan foreign min- ister, In a ilalemerrl to a Vienna newspaper tays that Hie offer made by Dr. Melnt. a leading Austrian manufacturer, Dr. Melnt he uys, acted In a purely private capacity. Count Czernln addi: "Dr. Meint, like any other of the numerous periont whe Inter- vened In favor of peace, poiwued no document proving he wu qual- ified to ifieak fn nlme of hoittle guveinment tfl act ai ricuii bo unable to. attend, howev-.r; ov.lvg Bui the American view, will he fully Use Old Dutch Cleanser for all kln'Ja ot: and scouring: Graniteware Tinware Aluminum Earthenware Enamelled Sinks Bath Tubs Linoleum Oilcloth 'Woodwork Tiled Walls Refrigerators Nickel Flttiiiga Old Dutch aares time, labor aiid money. HOW MANY BEANS INTHE JAR WASHIKOTOX, Nov. 30.-t.en. March, United States chief ol stall, relay gave out amended casualty re- ports from Gen. Pennine. slvloB official total lo Nov. Z6 as ei- cluslve of prisoners. The figures on prisoners were un- In the cablegram, Gen. nn UrlHali nlrmen. The Turlia were rircly seen on Ilic rolreal. They either fled in eooil timo or.'surrendered. Two German iletacli- .writer-.declares, inailc H last gallant effort- to Blcm the Inlo, but when'this resistance broke down, 'he remains ol tbp army. tied, com- pletely demorallze'd. An epidemic of Iridueiiia completed tiic havoc. The ac- count goes on: "All the sived was four Kims, the comrnonder.'iiipblel, his daughters auu tbe latters' baEgage." MILK1UVKK I (Fran Our Own CorreslxtnJenl) j Milk Itlvcr, N'ov: Arnold! l-'alrbanks-Morse salesman was a busl-' ness visitor 111 lown this week. ami It. A. While liava lett] Jor Calgary, where Mr. Wlilte has lak- Bruc'e anil Thomp-son liave moved thfclr general store Into tbe Qulnu Ulock. Mr. J. P. Doberty is convalescing al- ter Ijclus lair] up with tbc 'flu for BCV-. cral wcekp. Mr. Taylor of Slskaioon has accept- ed a position with Jlr. A. U. Hhep.. MV. nnd Mrs. Turner are rejoicing over tlio arrival of a b.iby girl. Our schools arc cipcctcd lo open on Monday allerbelng closed for sev- eral weeks. Kr'. DWcuill's parishioners.of Milk Itlver all regret, lo bear of.hls serious lllnesif of Influenza hope he will BODII recover. THE ALEXANDER GALT CHAPTER OF l.O.D.E. THIRD LAST MINUTE SALE KNOX CHURCH SATURDAY, DECEMBER 7 AT THREE P.M. COAL IN 'NEWFOUNDLAND Discovery of a Deposit Which May Prove of Great Value. ST. JOHNS, N'Ud., Nov. Xovj- cta- CARDINAL'FOR ZIONISM Cardinal Learnl With Pleasure of Pope's Approval of It (New Vork Cardinal Gibbons has aulhorlied the publication by Hie organization of America of a statement by him, ap- proving tbe project to establish In Pal- estine a national homeland for the Blotchy Skin Many'a time have looked, into inicinKiuiu "l March said the total under this head foundland Is rejolclng'in Ihe expc lion now that very sbortl> be able to mine. alL.her wliolc supply, and lhat; before many probably would; be Ihe mirror and wished that your same as anponnced laet Saturday. Gen. PerBhlhj reported the follow would he like'other people'-that you casualties.16 Nov. 26: Kill traoapori mcjii hi, Is covery of Ibis Beam, wmcl. has- nndergraduates'of the different agri- cultural colleges their annual rival- ry for prizes. Tonight the annual slow Till be held. tn he troops alreadylof tt ssive dls ju__........ leer feet 'wide, is tbe firs policy. It is named because, th CARTER'S total .numner ui inn.i.. laitd for early discharge In Ibe lip "Begonia" seanl, J Stales was given 03 presiaenl.of the coripany, Mr. Jl.- D esttaate, for 1he Reid, has a Hobby .n smp bo- riulted In culling possesses rf.collection o UUUUDI) of army approprlalions over varieties. U the coa 'lla'n J3000000.0M, March I deposit, which is now being develop- anniunced- eil along scientific lines prove Gen Pera'hlng has 'been ordered by satisfactory. It is estimated Jna Pltsldenl WlUon lo Dlatin-1 should be possible, within elg rnlahed Conduct Medals upon Oen. lefen monlnSi lo obtain from tho mm Liggett aha Gen'. Bullard lna tons of soft ncj-MaJor-Geuerala Dykraann- "annnally In Andrews and Hartaiird.: [oundia'nd, ..Instead-oMmpprtme The disposition 'to be [rom Scotia, as al present, arid man or other enemy subjects intern- j j at the two ed In this country, Gen. March would be wpried out at tbe peace Gen. March said lie did not think he number of prisoners would increased materially by tlie ilinres Indications of Ibe probable lolal to N'oveber 26 being Bay Co. Is. giving away 5100.00 Bond for Ihe nearest estimate. HOMEFQRXMAS SS.-'S'ATURNIA (From St. John, N.B., to DEC. U. Ortftri, Mail, Catle to Great Britain, Ireland, Sea dlnavij, Italy, France, Portugal, Spal SwilTcrland, Holland. UNEXCELLED SERVICE For all InformaUon apply .lo anr of I our.Agents, 1 Or 10 COMPANY'S OFFICE, Scott Blk 270 MAIN 3T, WINNIPEG. REOPENING DEC. 2 GARBUTT BUSINESS COLLEGE 411 EIGHTH STREET SOUTH, LETHBRIDGE Some lime ago we advertised an increase from 115.00 to tuition rate for loV-p ptlecl llll December 16th celt: that la, it jou enter oe.ore "c yo" wHI be entitled to the old rale throughout your 'entire course. NO CHRISTMAS HOLIDAYS As there will he no Christmas holidays this year, aj-art Irom Christmas and New Year's Day, your course will not be Interrupted if you enter BOW. The College Office will be open oa Thursdij, Friday and Sat- urday of this week from SHo 6 p.m. for Inquirers. OFFICE PHONE 1315 A. M. FISHER Principal RESIDENCE PHONE 1531 which has 'now Co be. sent ev-cry jear nurchase of I'lhiV'cbai. The crgumenl [or Ihis nr-.w deposit being likely to prove comraerciably profitable is that It ap- pears to represent an extension to Newfoundland ot the coal deposits 14 '90 The largo increase In the lalter classification is aunt-Lied to belaletl reports [rom all commands on .the checking up of mlaalnl! men. 3. B. HIGIN6OTHAH CO, LTD. FRANK MEDLEY DRUG COMPANY, BETRffB, Wednesday, N'ov, "Aastrla-Huneary will, be !t future ol nations and I would not be surprised (o see the organlia- llon ol this league." declare! Coun- cillor Julius Melnt, probably Ihc wemlthiesl man In A'oSiria, discussing ike present and future of the dual moaarchr today. Dr. Melnt came lo Berne as the reprtsenlallvc ot Dr. former president. So sure Is lie thai Amlrl.vHnnjarr will always remain la federation of slates more or Ifss cloEfls- Inlerknli that he credits Prcs- Wilson for whal was Auetvii- i Hnrnarj'i Ideal and which he bellf-vej will be fulfilled. TWINS DIE STEAMSHIP SAILINGS TO GREAT BRITAJN Melagama Scandinavian.......... Dec. I SaturnU Dec. 12 ;Send for your friends from the oM country. Women anrt child- Ten are now permitted to travel lo'.ind from Great Britain. Regular sailing to Scandinav- ian ports. Phone 1412 for Rates. HARRIS AND RQSSITER 120 Fifth Street S. INFORMATION MONTREAL. Pearl Helen and Dorothy Helen. H a months of age, died from gas poison- ing last night, while Mrs.' Helen and a TomaTi friend hid a narrow escape In a house on Bourdcanx street. All four were nntonsclous when Ihe police arrived. The women revived hul Ihp children died. It Is said that the snipe has a nerve rmnlni clear dovn to the end. of the. kill. tnuii bo thai klai a hlrX RESUMPTION OF TRAIN SERVICE. EFFECTIVE DECEMBER 3rd. Train Xo. 511 from Medicine Hat lo Calgary via l.cllibrilgo nnd A14 syde will oiccpl Sunday. Train No. olS from Calgary lo Med- icine Hal vli Aldersyde and bridge will run daily except Sunday For rnrlhcr particulars apply an C. P. 11. Ticket -Agent, or- J. E. PROCTOR Agent, CANADA On Monday, December 2nJ, 1918, W'dl be offered the First !uue of Canadian Gotcrnmcnl i War-Savings Stamps V "War-Stfiings Stamps will provide financial aisislance to the Gootrnmenf; an excellent inocstmenl for 3maU ScTVmgj; and a strong incentive to everyday '-Sir THOMAS WHITE, Mauler af Finance: Order-in-Council P.C. No. 2462 authorizes the issue ol Stamps for the purpose ot assisting in the financing of Government The Stariips may be obtained at all Money Order Post Offices, Banks, and al other authorized agencies, and are interest bearing. pt January 1st, 1924 The first issue will be offered from December, 1918, to December 31st, 1919, and each War-Savings Stamp oi this issue constitutes Government's promise to pay the sum of Five Dollars on January First, 1924. Price, 94.M and Interest During December, and January, 1919, the price al a Slump i> In Febniiiy, 1919, the price. ii W-OI, and it incieuei one cent eidi loonth until in December, 1919, Ihe h ihe eitri ccmU icprcMnling interest Sorreiwler Prtvileflc ptVion buys hit fort Sump, a u unied, without chwie, lor Ifn iuth If compel him lo realize on hit inreftment, money U aruUbk. On Ihe of the eerlincita will fmind tte ioltemler value of tKe ttamps at ririoui datei bf fon the cnA ol iSe hill term. J4.00 Grows to of hrioa a a Victory Bowl, the inlerert a Stamp actumulato, ind Upaid widl priodpai at the end ol ihe leim. Yoor (ran to ReglstralhM A vMi iMre W.-S.3. Iheieon wffl rqnlCTeJ ht yoa pilaaut ahattc by rf MOMT Pert Office. Thia pratach Ike onar h CMC c, Ibe Purt Office wWre yoor caliaVuU rtfutend, jwj CM We mieij n J J In (o make evi" eaprirt War-Satir'gs THRIFT STAMPS art iuueJcl 25 each. TTiue Jo ml bear intcrut, tiJ 16 of thcrri affaeJ to a Thrift Ctrt dfar a W.-S. S vVl lr AMES, ;