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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - October 14, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta 1 j I r. p.yge four the i.f/rinminr.e daily iikhald I MOJs'DAY, OCTOBER 11, 19i| First Canadian Contingent Landed Years Ago Today SS OF ALLIES nn iIn* fourth anniversary of the , in Knglnnd. Sir Ueorge Foster, j HE GE London. Oct. While the i,>:uhm Ottawa. Oct. 14. -In eommomorution of landing of the first Canadian overseas force acting premier, has cabled Unit.-Gen Sir Arthur Carrie as tollows: j "On this, the fourth anniversary 01 the landing of the *:rst Canadian : overseas force in Kngland. 1 desire on behalf of the government and people � of Canada, to send yon a me^-ap* of sincere congratulations and deep ap- j pu^]jr today seemed general'.v dis- prociatlou. , i Posed to await an authoritative lead. 'The niph courage and steadfast valor displayed by the expres-don** of suseiichm of Oer-tests and rieyer more slnriau?iy that; in thr:e later wonderful and splendid ' ' achievements at Kens. Amiens. Droi ourt and t'amhral. v. hich have covered ;heir brave divisions with imperishable glory in which we ere all proud to share. "To yourself, their trusted ami indomitai; > leader, ami the brave officer-; of all grades by whom you are so ably served. 1 tender the r,rat* t'ul thanks of your yount; nation in whose hu:h cause you are :-. nox in the c> ary. Canada bids Ood speed to you and your incomparable comrades in arm-. ' MANP ANSWER Hcljrium many > ides. Purpose * e;e heard on *' Fucondi; io:m 1 sut rev dor. til as not enjoy such a respite. Fooh andtccpting Germany's nolo as a doeu his gallant armies, aow hot in pursuit ment .which means the end of the of the enemy, are not tints to ho j war. it needs to ho examined ami easily (-heated o' the fruits of their ; fully considered before the, views ot splendid vfotor>." ; the American government can be stai- What About Recent Horrors? led. Hie allied respon e. seemed t�> be lap- Should President. Wilson finally decide that there is enough simayity in DEFENSES i COXTINl*HI) FROM FKONT PAC,:;* th 'Thi** army alone has tak'm -j*.priswifr* and 'Jn,> suns since opening of the Champagne offensive. Pari?. Oct. It The French rrcups h-.-t i-;*h: continued to keep in eon-tact with the retiring tJ^rm.ins. :!:> From h v-ar oi':U" anuoun.-ed today. The French report r*a:d t he remain Im; ^netny troops er^ slo.winj; resist a tue the north hnnk of the Aism- �a't;l. ;.u::h of FhaN-au-lMcieu. idly uaininix in popularity tb.e aver t :;e citir.eu a> the note a as dir-- ��"U>sed. Lend on Suspicious 1, Melon. Oet I.:. - {Associ.^T d Pre>>t- Fiivai;;a>'- vevly t i President WU.-on reached f.��:: ion too lat'J tor any authoril.i'.iv-' cortmeut. It  was bound to com \ however, into an at-mosphere cliarred with -n;aii ion -i!;d 'he opiniorj i� htdd 'w all nu.triers that the reply wmihl he a ;;ood i,r.ui^'o of the ile^ree of ile.rmany'-! military di-t*.'e the reol>- j;ive> olie st a:c?:t nf r. v w a . It -opiates Austria 1 Ic,'-,.-....�>. lmt not T".7key, with the Herman -:o\ ".mm-1"; The imp*teatio-i > v;;i> n b.� that ".n'e1 ^ *he Gorman The Times hi its comment points to the ravage:* vi *iie t.ermans in France ami lt.-;*.".aai since I'resident \ Germany's proposition to Wilson emtiKia;e! he* It ptdnts and ' Occupied Franc* ..... Mous tor any >i\\:U> on* ............w , nifeM la- a'.euiru: ni infantry ,f.( a-- .nrj:,> r��pulsed the enemy veate.-day without success a flams: our positions opposite tri? \.I lace of H,Mpre$, southwest of Valenciennes. "Our patrols pushed forward in the course of the right at a number of ootnts north and south of OouAe We gamed ground and took prconcrs " STER SERVICE m.�"e e president'^ p'ip-� .pie> pair Pif :ee!:ns: in London is P.u'* it will be liar i for the allied arm !�! bold t!wir hand in t'.o- hoar of ��':emip.^ ' it ti>ry. Hcbrts Are Gtselcd ' F:;v riedi';(s'irrender." ts the '^atehwntd :uu'1; u'.ore apppalins; to Irani mil ii to the allies, an the Herman PhatKel-! lor reuuestcd. it should ho b'.v-i;,.> in �"\ei the \\ v.-- �'� which ^.iermany i niind that Ureal Ilritain. Frar-e and aceepfs eontam no speeiile pro ; t)in othl,r rlltente nations must he of the nia-,|U^PU eonsi.lerntlou for a de- "MV , cision as to whether an arm...! -*e \nted or whetliv* di�c;;.--undertaken to k ii ry ......... ....... of the appP aiion of ac�L I- -The reply of the Occupied Halv � i t * se vs :e t lhat President i; evacuation, whatever t:ait m�'.�ns. To this the an � wer Is *ie>* yet * Tln>se who believe in in oMielal qnarte*-.-. it P there is any ermntUe it must be ; sv:it dow :: 'io1 \ais"C and the; ' junkers for koo 1 :.e allies wilt con.-' t, tA Renl Program I nosfoil Post; "la-t (Jermany rerall it� submarine i Serbia ................................ iMonlcnegro ................. Koumania...................... Alsace-Lorraine........ y Russia .......................... (Poland, etc.) Austria-Huncarv . Franco-British ^"Terms. Complotn roatoration - political, territorial, and economic. Reparation Tor devastation. (Mr. Lloyd George) Kostorntton and com* pletir withdrawal of tlonnanic arm ten As above American Terms KvncuaUon and restoration; with Hovorcigu rights unimpaired a 4 Evacuation and res�orn� Hon As above As above Ah abovg Keeonsideralloti of the wrong of 1S71 Britain cannot bp held ! accountable for decisions taken in her nb- seure We are not n^hting to lias replied and she ha - pot replied." says L'Hommn Liben , Premb r (Mvmen-clan's new?paper Py iea.�ou of the fact that she watit^ to enlace in conferences over an armiMtco she proves >he is in urgent need of a suspension of hostilities." L'Kciaire says 1 fleet ami ^'ut'-nder it Let it ^;irtet, rvm u 'te and surrender Mm an \ the w\\,�|e -t-int: of for! ~ ah>UK the Kbimv With p,uar-ante�*Uc> \* un.^al'-" New York Herald: "tiovinany hid h^r reply ready witli Dardanelles internal Inn-alised.' Recopnttion of separate national conditions for Arabia. Armenia.. Syria, Pal t itie and Mesopotamia Intcrnat- Secure sov- for Turkish of Ottoman Pnmole^ted opportunity of autono-mous development for other nattnnnlltles now under Turkish rule Danldnclles ionallzed. creignty poriioriH Kaipird. (icnuan Colonics por disposal l�y conference. Interest* of native i to be considered Impartial claims. natives weight claims adjustment of Interests o! to have equal with (jerman the R;i 3 3 * P"T"' in this hour than i T'V.) 'h ej*and p"ap>" respor.-' the * r\ I; fa;- Than^-uivuur father*! O,.;* (larii-m* v.^ 'erdav niorn.'m; SCHOOLS CLOSED FOR REST OE WEEK * 4 mmiw-e:r.'ii!~:;i-fa sj . * t * m 1- f ' 1 i;o: of t!'m� Le;n.-*er. have i - a !:eart> ajr.un -t a i oimrutii 'We must nor u:.dertak" anything rather surpriTu: ((u.'ekm-,---.. truly a that savor** of n-��� �* iatiom*. line sin- s'ep forw-a;d a�aln>t former time, ^ie man must Mp"iK Poi h." when >h" wm wont to *fel.i*.. >rme The .Matin expr-.-'l It-elf hlmiliir-, times l:i a n.ann �:* to e\a-jperat.� tU\� ly and alimie-t tb-rmany's assur-. eomPry This is all we can -ay for an res of her par". 1 ;a. r. ' : de-;. fir-t lard of v.- Hiitish admir-alty, when tohl tot.icat of (Germany's; i An Open Abys* Pbilad-iph'.a Ni>rth AnvrlcMi "We do nr�' p:v;end to dms t'� ' s. t ' * i - r I 'lie n*-u - ,*,  ;-.-(m"" I:-'hJ j i'jJi i!i >J. .'-*i:!an a.'e i as ih,a;;:uan i and 'xa!...vr \ th-.t th" :ii"''!in;; wa- Han on Th�atrts and Meetings Lifted-.Many Deaths in The East Tue city -c^oriN wti; reopen tomorrow or th� re*t beiri'r l;e', \ th" e'jV hi haatae 1 W A. t f * > | * 4 ^ - 4 la'/ 'V.!t* HeVeher The t�an w ill be hft*v| (mm \ This -:r. c* t =je the.*' t"*1-, citurcln-s, mei-t mss and ;���u� ��* � organlsaibir.s ti.e ^i'lla'se:.. corres or*' ' **on �; r !;ej a! > " W..- ..ave ^r* a' reason ?o p�ve thanks." sa^l *^lr. Pea. ::.ir,ai3. "out w.- aNo hiw-reasons :o he -a-;-j.>.:.-; i'.-a- � :j n�.l r the p: e *..::*. r:io;v.er.t r. v.'.iy i* b'en^ !>i\'ii for .' :\ tic-- no' mean that l i'.*' VeS*0!\lt|on of merv' h:t> -nm from the tlertua 1 I 4 t mar.ne fo- all rubmariti" i Hrtti-h principle whicii ap-aci-ftpted by al! the Mrttisl! 4 -4 parent!;. peopa' Demand Surrender of Subs I'; ':ir o:i !}).. reply, th** S'it rejdy to Prt'side./ WiUon'.^ intercepted as U thi* KT'-at wire and forward--! iici.il dispatch tlormuMy .4  dent Wil-am' invaded l�-rrifo ae *amtv;!it in an of-: i'oiii Prance, declared ad1. H> accept Presf. any ine.l fur the tlnal nvertht uw .�r inquiry, j autocra� y atid the de>tiU'tiun t.f jr-was being sent by I military pnv..*r, then rivdu.p.hm uar-towers at Naneu. | never n�-.uer to the ab\s;� ��i di-aatei than It is a! this hour" IbP'amo: e Sun "If tlermanv .p-tinc hi ;-o..d f.iith resident v Diolomn^ v e! " terms, evaeuate I t h, r iir( ,.,,t .,,,.,, nI Ult . ,w a pren.-pii^re to | d^iatuS aimmu:-, t.� m,, -.iditamu an armisp* e .i , i that tlie b:d for peaec i surri'nder. j.- _., ,,H. W;tr } rcprt-'Uts ?he German people a.-t w*dJ [ .ds at all c; -t*. Death* In the East. Toror.i'i. Oct. ! \ - >p uumi miiuen-;*i ianti:-'J"s to t hutn vii-;.rns in pra that th ed tha* the W.iV ell h i �* th� ^''vemaa-nt. Aithotu-h on its j for H�,n,.:h|n� niai'w!'p aee th- t-xi >.f the Oermali note | i,h; iou0v the P.mt: n ;o in 'h.i::. The a:!;* 1 le.ob-rs h^ lio� town- and * ities o ^thoi)t;h �i*me )���) la-alt?" i Mtljrjo t ii- numhi-i o* !p�\v �a-e- a, dec: eas. d-aU.s are r = -;i pifai eip ail ro:u ihi tin *K-mg a �!(�( a* p�t Yea V.ii io l ^ let :m�* Pia;.:"'"d repairs M �it-.;;h- ii. th OMiirs, *a ith a'i ( hurc ies c!d*- pipiiic ;.*at( ciia/s .aispemi-*-! �her.er jI-\ *�Iid ii.-iflV nr� hUo reported froai Ptiatham. .Siincoe. Si Thi/nas. St .Marys, P.ari:., Stratford. Ofderich and Wiu^ta :a Several aea.'ue;m tiie \\'.'!aud * anal an: ued up heeau-..- of tha-;-r entire crew-; beinK .stricken In the Kingston and Ottawa military districts, tai-e-i are reported among the soldier*, with four deaiiis v. d--:�.l with that- P as that i\is as yet 4 on- i�e'-a'ls tVay hsve to : .v'e'he- Po* en.-my m a�"titic Mil ��r-t y wh'-n i..- icaiv's hi-iip.iw�?r. Pe"sana!lv I feel that If (t*r-many h;nl made th: . oft- r in all r-er i-a�^ ?:e-- 'h*- ivr>u!d ha\e a! p'-ntletl 'he depredations all I on/ r;\�:es d::n:i^ f!i�� pa-t fmir or da-.-that thip'"- i'je not-- h:�s been unde: ion s i d ** r .i it on Since 4l.--hin� for an arn'H![f .-he has turned ( Itb-s and .��ink r-biie*. ta'rf*:.g iun-icmt lives by the hundred We have t,tt the wnoK-. 1i'�a"Vi,v r.-e.** i for thanksRiv to*. We fee*. � ui;tbb-nt ''i.P the en I i* now as.sured and 'hioiuh t!:�* dark cloud* uf war t:.ere is a r:P of ii^hf. the fits' we have rh'ji since :ast ThanKspivinK-I am i .infident we may leave !t to fair b-ider- t i wei^ii up this lat>*-u move on (Jermatty-i part and give Jt the treatn?nt i: dew-rve-i ami In the r.iear. time, fep'ivv citizen^. 1 would urs?e you to Hive your loyal support to the * ause w:th unabated v:;;or. L*-t there I e no a.-.ekenir!^ up. until we are cctnvimed that Libertv t-h-iU be maintaia"!. lit: inanity pro'eetvd, and war abuli-iied i Loud Pheers�. Uev r \ :aKK in ?i>�- eourse of js:-, addr;^.^ called alteuUou to the ap pfopfj.ile season in wiiich the fie\s^ has arriv ed " l-'o.' lour years, " - :i id r.'ie sp*-ai;er. "there has .�iscn a pra\t-r for p*-are. and uo'.v on this beautiful day at Tir^nksK-vjijk. we hav*\ at au> rate, p.'^Miise of a p -ace M*r>n to be ! th�nJ* Jh*o .ii irf Out- to in*!** amone, clier thin1!- however, tliat th�-peace a a en it due. arrive, be based upon the spirit of ruhtvourfue.-.s. that full rf*n ibution la- made ;jud that wo have assurance tha* it will be a peace lhat will endure the ajre^, uoi an arm-ted neutrality, i a.�k eacii on*, of yo.i ' to pray tiod that t*ui h u peace may 1 tut^!� and allied coum that th � tb-man submarine campaign tries should -ianjld n-t-A l.e m.uked out for -peMal ! aiu e of sm t ri-a' tne:it a?m:-tlce aectmpanied by eon'-rett* K'uarmtee^ so must a naval aru'.ist; Wc our:ht lo insist, be-fo;*e ti:-*re can be any .mispenKion of ho.-1 Hit ies. that the. (ie|-maii sub ma r- ;ae\ siotil Me surrendered to Pi" lie- ami America." compliance With a! i f roiirjt what appeared to be from a "Any ce^aKon v,f military nm-ra*. :  asual readinr an acceptance of the Wiiti. It hriiifnk' (i-.-.e; *-0 tlie-e e(r� Litii-it.mt es i- to lind out whether rhe :3 Iietm^ m H'e�od faith. T wh.�? -die \ means by ,i�*o p'.anee of tin* p: esjd� lit -  atuittnoil that aia ept-* terms and wha.t we mean lev .? are n�e the ; and the same ihuu " Don't Even Think Pence LoidiMll" urlfr..Iuiinia!: "The man i!i tiio White llniise tnu t the program of eivillzation in t'- future dealings w ltli the ilespoibu; 'i h.P be and �idleaK'te** ot allb-d eminents w.ll permit Hun to re^ie to his bloody lair ;> b'Un:t-rent is uttlhlnkabb*. Security of Contract Absolute freedom of nnv. Jfintlon outsldo territorial waterw, except when nean cloned by intrrnational action Removal of economic hnr-rlrrs, an far as possible, and eKtablishment of equulUy of trailo rotidiMoritt between countries in the Lea* guo of Xationn \o secret diplomacy. Opan covenants of pence. No private International understand* inga National armaments to bo reduced to lowest point consistent with i domestic safety I nbrokeu treaties...... Pnbroken treaties    * president'* flt\tt-i -mi m tta irm.i .! irlll-i i.i * r... .... i * aim- of brrm.uo' and Au>*rM ftjtisc h(- .... . , , - - - - ..........>........ j **t ked on the battle line W-.ii r.i*- u.ns at 1,1^!^ would romj.r.r^ terms the ..;|p|ll Uui ,bnvn. oMlc I th- pre,j.|ert before vou t nrJ'' all our miLtary success They will lals here v.,-;,. v..ry positive in not uc- think peace." ' FISH BULLETINS WHEN EAST MEETS WEST ! >> * * * : Walk KO to To keep IV.!;, keep clean. Wash your r mdn before each m-.-al Don't co i,j erowded places. Avoid the person who sneezer Smoher coush in your hand- Lerel- ief. K*-e-i out i>1 dirtv restaurants. ^l>:""ads ditiea.*e. % 'hradd you couKbt or -uee/o, cover iuj.o* ivmt nunivh with a handkerchief. Keep out of crowded place*. m tie open a.r ratlier than  cro'c.led place, of amusement ; ^'eep i-i n�,ees>nry for well beiui; - av'*"oir doctor says May m > 'Ml t alt up So !a lard. Pa' in; . s.uiry. Why run tin a s tic o -!! now heine sold far Part a 'd.m'.-eal and Atlantic ti di an far W.-m a., \V;n:Pne-, Keceu'Iy hr ,t carhcui or rfoie 1 ti��rA da�aman mi ^ ,,. , ' to the crowd but before so doing lie re Dave Peterson Thrown throughjmiirk*(I t]M^f ha(1 lhailk(,tl ,JoJ lhut Windshield-No One ^tiH* fountry was dry last utKht and brill trout th** I'au!|c ie.o-u.-i di-lawa. Their corah.^ it) t., r ap.tal was of the muurc of a/i �c-��nv>. !Contracted Do not bundle articles coming from the s � room until they are boiled. Wife While Nut-King His Was a Famous A Low no vi.-nors, and do not go I vjsirm," Pal* ; Badly Injured Cardston. Oct. 14.-Two cars caiiu! to grief at Cardston last Thursday, : statesmen are face to face with ;. , Lard. Sir Robert and L'ady Hoidep ; terrible re.pniisibility." haid Mr. Snow, j rf"".pied them and passed very favo.-|"aiul I ask for your praye/a tor the:n , Jn'Utnent upon the n\�h. ' at this time. Most of vou know how 1 slroiiKly I an, against war Imt ,-v,, FO, FLU> SERt0US AT 0TTAWA d-'c*re- for all inmates who :1:10V/ sj;-;: to." L'-'^JnJiSlitf aieknesrf. The u-ual s.ymptmns art;: Inflamed and wa*-:- e,.- di-sehurglng nohC, he c'.iehe, jpurieulur pain, way t: ->m crowded "ni :�\ ]�-," theutros. places street running over a ditch. The fronts of both cars were badly smashed and the furca bf the impact Bent Peterson through the windshield, He escaped 'howaver with minor cuts and bruises. Tha smash occurred near the Ellison JIJJL Both partjen wore returning from a shooting expedition. The Methodist general conference decided \o adhere to tLhe four year Jflitear/ eyauin. when 1- W. Snyder and Dave l*e;eV-! -ho"*" our men may utiil be >a doubt an to bin attitude when he declared that lierliu was the place to Kign peace, ana that it should be a peace dictated by the Allies. A benediction was then best owed by Uev. a ' It Hockey Player Ottawa, (let. 1 1. Following an ill-iierfH i:f about a week's duration. Saia-uel Hamilton Shore, better known as Hamby, died la-t niglit in one of" the local hospitals. \\\^ recovery had been dt spaired (if tor .several days and he passed away at hPi."� last evening. The Jate lux key ;,iar eontraeted his fatal Illness last v.eel^ while nursing his wife, who had been stricken with iiKluema. Shoru's dealli created a painful :dioek anion,; a wid�: eire.h* of fijends and will be deeply regretted, not only by. all liockeyists and Hportn men, but by t;ttawan� in genera). The late Samuel Hamilton .Shore waa horn in Ottawa, :i2 yearw ago and was a sou of the late Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Shore, lie played hockey in Ottawa, Winnipeg and several other western eitie.-j. I'enMtp Feeling of People Let Loose on News of Sat-'unlay NikIiI It would be impoajilbb* to exagRer an* the wi'd �centw <\t enthusiasm in tiie down town district on Saturday night The news of Cermany's acceptance wait bulletined at iP4a at thu Horuld office and by ten, several hundred people invaded the build* ing from all side:-* awaiting the extra edition. Hy eleven when the hcwh iia I become kn�wn ail over the city there was a crowd of Mjuu people tlnonging the ntreeta. An auto parade a mile long wan formed and went mural the city. Fire works, shot gen-, fire sirens, church bells, loeo-motw e wdiiatles, and any other article c-ip^fi.'e of producing a noise, blend* d together in what wan no*, an �*: tetjy J'aijeenjeajs ton- of victory. .War midnighr u torch parade was* formed and tor several hours the biasing tori he-, made ,Mh street �s light as ilay. It  was remarkable thai there were no accident*. As it wa-i there was a near fatality. A lady ' who oeeupied n huU� on the -fifth flat j of the Sherlock Uullrtlng vva't bulking u\a at her window when nuddenly the  one next to her was blown to atoms by the charge of a �hot gun fired ( from a car in the street below; some . patriot evidently lacking a good sense J of direction. An amuslirg incident to light thi� morning, o'clock Sunday morning the editor of Pie Herald was called to the phone and on uuswering. it turned out to lie the mayor of .Medicine Hat. They had, he said, heard something about some important war news. Was there anything fresh? This is an excellent sample of the large field covered by 1 the Herald. j Hy Sunday the people were looking j at the matter in a more conservative light and are now settling down for further developments. was brought About ten Ottawa, Oct. I:!.-Senator Gideon Hobertson was ank�*c! laHt evening for a statement regarding tho new order-Ill-council prohibiting atrikea. 1U stated that urgent representations had been made at varloua timai that strikes and lockouts' should be absolutely prohibited during the war. ".Since HUG," aald Senator Robertson, "the government has provided added facilities whereby workmen could obtain just consideration of their troubles." He then went on to rev low the method of the government's war labor polity and then went on to say: "The various means of adjustment provided huvo proven ample and satisfactory except to those who have refused to use them. In peace time such disorder would not be tolerated for a moment. Senator Hobertson then said: "When the end of the war Is in sight and before demobilization takeH place I foresee a widespread endeavor to reduce wages which ought not ta takt* place at least until the cost of living has been greatly reduced. Employers are prevented by tho Industrial His* pule* Act from reducing wages except by mutual consent of employees affected or until after the dispute has been the subject of reference to a board of conciliation. Tula feature is hound to be distinctly advantageous to wage earners, "Sound thinking labor men of Canada will know that the order la and can bo hut a temporary meaaure and horn of urgent need, which always cannot be announced lu advance, or fully explained." Donald Dunnett, prominent stock buyer, died at Calgary. live- FRANCE BREAKS OFF RELATIONS WITH FINNS Paris, Oct. 4.-France baa broken off tiie semi-official diplomatic, relations which have existed with Flu-land, it is officially announced. This action was taken because tho Finnish diet bUbbtituted a monarchy for a-republic and called a Herman prince to the throne. French interests In Finland will he In charge of a consular at cat at )|el�liigfors. FLU' AT VANCOUVER Vancouver, Oct.* 12.-*With another death, making a total of three reported to the health officials, and 100 known cases of Spanish influenza now under observation, the epidemic Is making strides in Vancouver. The new cases reported are nearly all* In the Japanese quarter and are said to result from the overcrowded conditions in that section. Three Japanese doctors are working agalnat the disease. The deal it reported is that of a Japanotso. ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^n^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^r^ ^^M^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^W^^^ ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^ STAND BY GUNS fteglna, Oct, 12.-"Wo will aland hy our guns, Ui spite of the threat of a hig rtne," said President U J. T� ylor. of tho Canadian Pacific railway freight handlers, who havo been out for a week. He stated thttt member*} of the union were "laughluj ttt tfce uew or* derin council making itl'lkta Ul^at ;