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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - October 3, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE SttVEN 7IH RSDAY. OCTOBER 1911 LAST SACRIFICES Clemcnceau Sounds Call to The People of France-Final Delivery of World Pni-lH, Oil. 3.-With victory In Mfiht. tlio alll*!!! initlons nhould net them-selves for the hint sacrifices tioc.-s-ary boforo the final triumph is se-euro, Premier declared today In a rlnfil)iAr prnnoiinrlainento. The premier's, words are embodied In n letter lio Ikik stilt to tin! cumicii-Konornl of tlio Loire, which lias passed an address stionRly HiippnrtitiK llir: Government's course. "The. council representing; the peo-plo." Hays the premier's response, "can depend upon tlio novornnient, with Marshal Foch and the united armies to pursue their course, until the hone-fltn ot complete. success nro wrested from the enemy. The spl'-nditl victor- ies of tho recent weeks have definitely delivered the fortune.'! of the war, to tlio fdupofaotlon of Ihi! enemy, who j now suddenly discovers that he had prosily deceived himself. "Those victories (ire only the flr.-il. sheaves of the fruit! ill harvest, of which Hi" hi;;hrJl recompense will he tile I'liuil delivery of the world, in.m (he oppression of iu;J11.11 a 1�'�� hi ill .11II y and open the way I'nr its inarvi-hou development. "Fi.r this let ns coittinui! to lie true to ourselves. Let. u-s afivmipli.sii Hie laid sacrifices can cil liy I Ik; supreme coiiviilsl'ins of ceva^i'vy. The colhin oration of all in the cleansing of Hie world will achieve! the work of He;i|. lain toward which hi many general ions have so gloriously sought the way ami that history reserves in us the Inexpressible f;b>ry of re.1ll7.ini:." TRIED HUN TRICK, GOV'T SHOULD HELP i MM GET DIVORCE! Windsor, Ont., Oct. 3.-Two hundred returned soldiers at a jomplimentnry dinner tendered them by William C. Kennedy, M.. P., took advantage- of the occasion to toll th.-ir host of a number of grievances aijninst the'e method of dealing with returned men. One of the meet remrrkable re-quests made by the veternna -tins that tile govormr. r nt nssint returned men to secure divorces from their wive-, who had left them while they were overseas. BUY YOUR BOYS' BOOTS AT THE HUDSON'S BAY 500 WIPED 001.......... SHOE SALE ir.crV 2:nl ri'inv, fi.-'Mlti:; toKctlm,* tin-1I1 v the 1 11 r 11 r p 1; r 1.' 1 of Kn,' Albei ;, j,-  xifi'uril !:: y hy 1 i-.�n.i of  III!' '! !'e;; 'I I'll! V.-e .'her Mill till eOild! t io'.l of In.. 1 '-..mill. Ill 111:1:1 > |llf" I 1! 'lie " i men to v.'.'idi' ant only v.ciM Ui'Xn, German Prisoners Picked Up' *v�a i . At �n- j el.iee a of C'Tmans . aid ; I'I ll.lVe l,!imV';'--�l ."iliH. SUl'.'i ll'l'-i'l'd j ami \-. �.�! I"fl under a .-mall r.u.n'd. _ I .>! did u'l.r lee i;i-r(, -in... have done Toronto, fief. ,1.- A special cable to>:o often in this pir|;ast of Arclianyo Vai'a. Tlic Itol^ Indd of Volsli I" n wily. 1 OF BUTTER SUPPLY 1 on 1)11. riviT i..'.il:i stroiiK-mly |a mill.-- Ollawn. O.'l. Z. board stalcnirnl ii stalfs Hint tli(..-� Is as to 111" possible food lllttl'l' j ilarin f prirc, ; A Ciinada 1 regard to no no'il for ndvnnr" in lor tin: dinuinition of doniestlc; snpplius I tollnwiiiK Hi'' coinnianilrcriiiK oriliT 1 or' Kf'pt. .'in. liy uliicli (lie prodnrts of 1 all ImtliT iTfaninrWis in tlio provini'"s I of Allii'rlii. Sa.sUul.i'lii'wnn. Manitoba. 1 Ivori'd to \vnr>diniisi> as proTlt. , mands of Ihn Camidiiin public iindnr W'linn butter Is slornd for ninfo Dmii ] existing rondiiInns mid tlio.rn is no than I'.O days tin: cor.t of holdlni; or | orcasion for aliinn. or any jiiat.ifW'it-r-iirrylni; may Im added to Hi", rostjtion for liniudiiiK or profRnprliiR. prli'i' dolivored 10 wnnilunisn. 'I'll"' Tli" needs of bnMer for llm allies iiiaxlmiim advances over cost ore nut ' are ^real. and Hie present (.nnsiiiiipt- lo be regarded by deab-rs as jnsli-llable under unusual conditions and dealers are warned Ibat exaction of such maximum advnn.-cs will ik.1 under oi'dliiary i-ondit ionr. lie 1 oinbl-ercil fair. 'I'll" pros'Mip|ily ol rreainerv bill ler in storage tnj;etlier '.villi dairy lin; I dr. which is nut t(itnh"cl by ordc". will be rj 11 ir snlliclent to 1111 the de- Ion of linger times the P"i land in Cunaila !s at. least, six 1 apita iillowaiici; In Kng- Miss .Myrtle fnrpeiil i J 1 nrpr 11 ii.r. saiierin; ic S'herd:.. K'luui'.ilnii if i^p.'in'.sh Influenza :� Y . '^ here si)., bad bei came from I'.roc'svili". r. �!.-:(er of \V. �mlelit of Pub-was 11 victim ! Syractise, N. n nnrsiiiK. She Ont. 1 Sept. .",! for the I Ontario and Quebec, h"!w'( land Nov. !'. are taken ov j Urillah niinis'iiy of food. The 11 moil 111 at present under storage affected by this conlinandeeriiiK order is lih.nhh.ono pounds of cr'niniery ill I The averan" co.-l In the cold sforiK!1' comiHinii's for butter now m sionigi.' is about -M 1-4 issued .Inn,. (jovernlnr pro-iluce merchants to a prollt wh.-n sell inn in wliol'salers of 4 per cent on Hie cost of butter delivered to Die v. a;'chouse.; and when such companies mould or rut the butter prints Htoni-:'clves. they are entitled to no more Hum per cent on the cost, price to cover Hie cos' of such niouldini; unci 'lltlllU'. Whole/ale houses and jobbers s"ll-ini; to letiiller�; nro rij(|ulrntl, under Hie tcrm.'i of this order to ehnrse not :u,,i (,f Hi......;| of t .. asarattc busl. [ more than lo per cent, ove cost, de- t.e.-s in C:!., .'!:i a;ld  of the i:r.'..l ; ______________________ e-> fa �� tors ill ll..' :i\efil'e iv;:-Id " ' i.. Ill" ::. I'nod of com; -athiK aio.titsj ~~�"-------mrnmrn�---_�-i bv paynieni of nitnn" - dons. Tile 1 e. -j.oi't Mai- il lh:.t iiisen'* 11 r"ive i;reat . r . .imj*"t.''�,l:>n for m innim ri I;' nt a hirii i.ruiufSim Ih.m :�n RlRtll Over Nlstu Pallid, Pale, Putty-Faced People Need Carter's Iron PlHs dim n IXIHliO l\Ll TQLISTEN TO THE K!NG1 Throw Down TlHr duns and Ki'lircc]-Coin mandcr-in-C'liief Oppohi'd Armistice r: and ::ev,i. (let. f.. ('r..'. ;i i'rince ' at Veins a v. itiiitfiirl.'in ti'ou.'. Citii: I-erdinnmi lis of U>iU;-iriii iii;n to .-short the itiiltfiiri.'in triii.;. 1 to firht. t.-!e. r.r:i;dis 1'i.if. U'-ins. the S..loiiiUi � or-rc potidi'iit of lite I ..insaiiue (;a:'tte. Tiler, i-: for; . U'/tk 1 f no .ivall. tho llul. carinn soi ;:ers llir i.vir.c away lii.-ir .'ii'ir.s .ii';! letirinK Commander-ln-Ci.icf Oppo.'cd 1':;)�;;'. lb t. '.. -fl.-ll .lecolf. cotll-n.aivi r in chief of 'in' HuU'a; inn tinny, has arrived in l'n;ina to tin-d.�:-,:' command.r-I in chief of Hie Unitarian furcei. ince M.ixitnil'iin I of Hie 11. 1 Hi* wus born .1 ul \ \ .111 is he has I.... j lead �!' of the I lei ' man moderate ' ; . (Tnince! I I. 11�17, lie was heir to tiie ml lll.cliv of r.ioleii. In. ISi',7. I'm Mitiii' '.1 lecomiized .1-. the >:ueek Uioup of tier-ml iipnn the Iall of or Mlchiiellrt. Nov. Pitt forward ai. the Mn.letiHei' candidate for the chnticel-lot'.ihip Ills n.-.i: e, how. vi'i'. iliil not ijn le.iore tti.- emp.-nir. as 1'rlnc Mn\. Itnll'au objcci d '.or ilynustli- reasons. At that time :.':eri' weri' v.ikuc in-inors coiii-i". iiitr' I rince M.iximilinn to lb. ' effect l!i..t In Moderate rip-lei tin :> was under u.iy a iiiovetn.-nt liiiv-!n� for It", nltitnati; ohji'itIve the lie-I ihroneiueut of r.ciperni' Williuin uiul � the choice of I'rmce Maximilian as his j ii'.n ci" .-or. Tin-., humors, hnwevrr. I were never lonlirnied. allhoiu'.h there � 1 eenieil to b-- - i:.h> tlltinil'.ltioil for j them. In his bo..';. ".My Pour Years I In 'lenntiiiy." Mr (ieniril paid a tribute to Prince Maximilian :i:nl ex- i nrcs-e-l ailminiti.iii for him.  I'arly in the present year Prince  Mii'.imiliitii Kavr it si-nil ollii'ial inier-' \ .� .v. in whit on Hei many's i.n-nt \.as a , iliiiil-i in th:.t . ill .it'ieut of 11 j iidvocated an 1 ttlil sellre titat I li' serve at; i 1- outlined hi* views :uv tei'ins. 11 is statu-. li lo the Pan-tier-. d\ ni'iit. il the uliau-!e;i; of ci)ii(|iieat. He o'lii-Saxiui pi-iiie, in tin* Ccnuan empire biilwiirl; In protei'tliiK j Hie v.e.ti-rn natiotis fnim the spreml ot Kusj'iin P.s'.s'ievililsni. i j l'.'.me M.!S:i!i!!i;iii's wife was forill-| erly .Marie Oiii-hess of Hruns-1 wli'l.-l.iiu..|ibu.'!i. anil lienrn the title 1 of Prince^., Hoyiil of (Sreui Itritiiln ' iiiiil Ireland. GOLD REACHES GERMANY FROM RUSSIA Amsterdam, Oct. - The sceonil shipment ot robl from P.usRhi to (lid-many has arriveil nt dm it';);Uc;ir.i o.'i .'!ept. li reported tlio sliipiiient ot the tlrsl portion of tho Kussluu war induinnlty to Germany j ami Its receipt by a reeh.slmnk ropro-apntallvts ut the (Inrman border line. It wan statt-tl in u niessaso from Cop-etiliitKon that the shipment amounted to jfn),;ini),000 reuliloH, ouo half ot wliltli wi�H In gold. STRIKE AT DUFFALO Hnffnlo, N.Y., CUt. II.-A strilto wotlt Into effort on all tlio linos of tho international railway liero anil nearby oltlos iind tnwiih' til 4 o'rlook this tuornlnB. Tlio tlo-up wan cnmpluto, tho company niakliiK no effort to niovo cars with wliutovur for�� wuj LwMAW