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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - October 18, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta MISERS HELP THE KAISER - BUY VICTORY BONDS! VOLUME XI. LETHBH1DGE, ALBERTA, FMJDAY. OCTOBKJM8. IMS NUMBER 261 BRUSSEL OPEN ZEEBRUGGE ENTERED, BRUGES EVACUATED, DOUAI TAKEN German Answer is Expected Today; is A Part Acceptance iWill Not Be Unconditional Surrender as at First Expected- Austro-Hungary More Anxious for Peace Than Germany -Divide Austria Into Two Separate States is New Move. BULLETINS N. Z. WHEAT AT *1.41. Ottawa, Oct. 18.-Word has been received here that the New-Zealand government hai made arrangements to take over the entire New Zealand wheat crop at $1.41 a bushel. Amsterdam, Oct. 18.-(By the Associated Press)-A 'demonstration by the German independent Socialists in Under Linden today is reported by the Cologne Volks Zei-tung. The crowd sang the Marseillaise. The police, adds the newspapers, prevented the demonstrators from reaching the imperial palace. There was a clash in which some of the crowd were slightly injured by the police sabres. BERNE, Oct. 17.-Germany's reply to Preiident Wilson's latest note was expected to be drawn up and despatched to Washington tonight, according to the latest advices received here from Berlin. The semi-official newspapers In Germany Indicate that It is certain that Germany, in the note, will seek to continue the conversation. Advices received from Berlin say there Is great activity In political circles, in view of the reply. It Is said in some quarters that the note has already been drafted and that it is not a complete refusal of the president's demands. Marshal von Hlndenburg was expected In Berlin today. Object to Wilson Reply. O-------------- Heme, Oct. 18.--Prealdoiit" Wllson'n Jvp'y to the (iermnil note has created a new stale of uffaii-h in diplomatic discussions relative, to peace, it Ik reported here from Herman Bonrrr-s. unil the German reply, it is said, will nmlte, it clearly understood that the tone employe.d hy the president was open to objection. ' There have been passionate discussion* of tlio pri'.iidmit'ti reply at meet-' Iiirh of all tho groups of the relclistUK. lint no line of policy lias been ileter-niineil, (iKIioiikIi there lias been prolonged deliberations. Tlu> presence of Field Murxhal Von Tlindi-nhurg In Herlln i* believed to foreshadow the draft Inn of the (German reply to .Mr. Wilson. In the circumstances, it is uncertain whether the relchstag will moot tomorrow. In /my cano there will be no preliminary Snooting of the parliament before the reply Is forwarded. Then there will bo n full dress dnbnto, in which the Ko- * : �: # o � o DIPHTHERIA ANT1-TOXIN IS RECOMMENDED Chicago. Oct. IS.-Dr. Louis V. Pint, connected with the r�-seurch laboratory of the I'lil-vorsity of f'litrago, told the Chicago medical sonlHy last. night that lie "had succeeded In isolating the norm responsible for the influenza epidemic, whirli is sweeping the. country and thnt tlm regulation diphtheria anti-toxin is an absolute specific for the disease. Warm Words Passed Between Leaders-President Wilson Was Eulogized. Lethbridge Is Now Under Quarantine Provincial Health Department Takes Unexpected and Drastic Action. ? > ? POPE LOOKS TO WILSON * : TO BRING LASTING PEACE ? ? -- : > Home, Oct. IS.-"Von may > say thm the holy father is pin- ! ? nltiK hi* faith entirely on Pre- ? stdent U'ils and (lural)le pence." MonsiKiior > ? L'orretti. puiial under-secn-tary '' > of state, said to a corri)�poni|- > ? ent today. "lie i.-- imikini; spe- ? President Wilson may not tie- > viate from his present course > and that nothing ni*y interfere > > with his purpose and compel ; renewal of the war. ' German Army in Belgium Crumbles; Allies Rush Ahead i NO ONE MAY ENTER OR LEAVE THE CITY P.ii-el. Oct. 1S.-Scene:; of tumult prevailed tit the meeting of the Hun-Karian diet yesterday, ilui'lm: wiilch i demands lor peace n.-re made and It was announced that Austria w;is lining organized on a federal basis. So INUNDATE BELGIUM. London, Oct. 18.-The Germans are preparing to inundate the low-lying lands south of the River Scheldt In eastern Belgium, according to a Central News dispatch from Amsterda'm. The inhabitants have been ordered to abandon their homes immediately. HUNS DESTROY MUNITIONS. Amsterdam, Oct. 18.-It is reported that Zesburgge is partly in flames. Three fires there are clearly visible In Flushing. The outbreak of the fires was accompanied by terrific explosions, suggesting that the Germans are destroying munition dumps and hangars. � OUTBREAKS IN GERMANY. Zurich, Oct. 18. - (Havas.) - Official statements issued by the entente war offices no longer are published In Germany, Rumors reaching here are to the effect that there have been outbreaks among the soldiers at the front. Abusive placards concerning the emperor, the crown prince, Field Marshal von Hlndenburg and G�n. Ludendorff have been posted in various railroad stations In Germany. MORE REIGN OF TERROR Stockholm. Oct. 17.-A congress comprising nil the extraordinary committee created in Ilusslu with tlio object of carrying out tho "Rod Terror" opened at Potrograd on Tuesday, Russian advices state. The aim of the congress,"it is announced, Is to "establish a general plan of action and secure the cIohq co-operation of all tho committees." THE WEATHER High ................. Low .................. Forecast: Scattered �enerally fair, showers^ 59 35 but FREIGHT HANDLERS No Disorder in Calgary-Arrests Did Not Create Disturbance. [great wait the. uproar that the presiding officer was obliged to-adjourn the slttln�. The disorder continued, however, tho deputies calling each other j "blackguard, liar, traitor, slave," etc.; Dr. Alexander Wekerle, the IIuhkui'-| Ian premier, said that the federal j Rtutes which will be formed in Alls-! tria will organize their economic and i military policies on an autonomous j and independent basis. He made an appeal for united action by all parties. Count Michael Karolyi, president o! tlio Hungarian Independent parly, who followed Dr. Wekerle, (ioniiindod that Immediate peace negotiations be begun with regard to the communication arising from the policy which has heretofore been followed, according to advices from Mudapest. Count Ts/.a, the for.nor Hungarian premier, who, on Wednesday, had a narrow escape from a ivonld-bo uasa*-sin, attacked Count Karolyi, yelling "you are entente agents." Martin Novassy. one of the members of tho diet, answered: "We are friends of the entente)." f'.renl (Unorder ensued in tho chamber. When the sitting was resumed after a brief postponement. a draft of tlio address to tlin king was road. -It was said (lie result of the war had been such as to place the throne in danger. It stated that Hungary must have full autonomy. "Hungary feels herself to be in full accord with the idcan spreading throughout the world along the lines of tho noble principles of President Wtlson'h address," the address 'continued. "Hungary must be completely independent, must have, general ! doctoral suffrage and the relations j between nationalities must be govern-j ed it;' the principle anunciated by President Wilson. "Hungary, is in danger of Invasion. Hungarian troops must be brought back and non-Hungarian troops sent away." lir. Wekerle said. "The protection of our integrity fi� a state and tho maintenance of our unity are tasks wo must accomplisih at all costs. Wo desiro to grant, individual righlR to tho different natlonali-! ties who have lived among us for a j thousand yours. We nro not contradicting our traditional point, of view in accepting Prosldont Wilson's principles as far ns absolute quality of rights to Individuals and the defense of our integrity ond the unity of tho slato will pormit, we will willingly satisfy tho claims of different nationalities." Calgary, Oct. IS.-Officials of (lie striking Canadian Pacific freight handlers are this morning considering tlio oner of tho company to reinstate 75 per cont. of tho men who are out on strike in this city. Tho offer was transmitted to the strikers yesterday aftor-'noon. No further developments have occurred In the sympathetic municipal strike. There has been no disorder of any sort and the cessation of work has not_,yet caused Inconvenience, No arreatff have boen made, the only action taken by the federal government reproRontatlvo bolng the summoning to police court tomorrow of five employees of tho Ogdeit shopH, who struck In sympritlvy with tho freight handlers. COlJRTMARTIAL HUN OFFICERS. Paris, Oct. 17.-Five German officers liavo bouu arrested nt. Routers and hold for court martial on a charge of ordering their soldiers to steal the goods of Die inhabitants of Roulors, says the Matin. Numerous soldiers captured at Roulors luul stolen goods of various kinds In their possession. They declared they had noto'd under orders and designated tho officers now under arrest, Lethbridge is In quarantine for the Spanish influenza. An embargo on the movement of any peLSon into or out of the city was put into force last night about 10.30 on receipt of n telegram by Inspector Mundy of the A.P.P. from R. B. Owens, stating that the provincial Boiird of Health had decided that Lethbridge should be quarantined. From the date of the order, which was first communicated to the C. P. R., the movement of passengers was prohibited, and doors on trains passing through Lethbridge are locked before coming Into Lethbridge and not unlocked until the.train is out^of the city limits. A respite until seven o'clock this morning was granted the company to .arrange an organization for carryljtg'the'quarantlne into effect, but after seven this morning the lid wob down tight. Many people escaped on the night trains. The embargo also affects automobile and vehicular traffic. As faat as Inspector Mundy can secure guards he is placing them on all the principal avenues lending into the city, and all traffic is stopped. , Inspector Mundy told the Herald that he would ir.afTe an exception in the case of dairymen, as the city milk suppy must be kept up. Inspector Mundy Is asking for guards to post the roads. Anyone available for this work shauld apply to the A.P.P. offlcus In the Court House, -The C.P.R. is still running the local trains, but the train crews are being kept In their cabooses In the yards, and not allowed to come into the residential or business sections of the city. Local trains for Cardston and Coutts will leave Lethbridge without passengers, as none will be allowed to get on here. Mail, express and baggage is still being carried and may be delivered. Taber and Plncher Creek are also under quarantine. The only other town in the province besides the three In the south, which is under quarantine is Legal, north of Edmonton. Flu' nt Magrath. Miigrath. Oct. IS.-All public gatherings and schools have boen closed since Ki�tunlny lust, when it was thought best by town and medical ofllclHls in case tliero should bo any cases of Influenza in town. Ah yet no casos have been reported. School will lie closed for a week at least. Two or three cases broke out at tho Mclntyre ranch anil received modlcal aid at nneo and are pretty well tinder control and at latest reports tho putieuts were progressing nicely. At Edmonton Rdmonton, Oct. 17.-At a meeting of the board of health this afternoon It WftB decided to close all schools, theatres and tlio University of Alberta on nccount of the Spanish lu-fluoitiia epidemic. Convents Offer Services Montreal. Oct. 17.-Through the public spirit of Archbishop [Jruches, six convents in Montreal, including tho large congrcRotlon of Grey Nuns, hnvo offered their services to tho city to aid In nursing tho sick in the pro-sent influenza epidemic. E SERBIA, ALBANIA ; I Cavalry Readies Zeebiugge-Douai Entered-Some Resisl-i ance at Courtrai-Allied Armies Closing Bottlenecks of � j German Escape from Belgium and France-Allies Clear : j Oise-Setre Pocket. FJalkans Will Soon He Clear Enemy-Serbians Are In Krusheviitz. of London, Oct. 18.-The evacuation of the territory of Serbia, Albania and Montengro by forces of the�ccntral powers has been begun, according to a dispatch from Vienna, forwarded by Amsterdam correspondent of the Central News Agency. TAKE KRUCHEVATZ London, Oct. 18, - The .allied troops in Serbia continue successfully their advance northward from Nlsh. A statement from the Serbian war office announces that the Serbians have captured Kruchevatz, 35 miles northwest of Nish. The statement reads: "We have occupied Kruchevatz and Pronsj. The French have captured Kalna." F CHICAGO A DULL CITY Chicago, Oct. 18.-With tho proclamation of tho state intluouza commission forbidding nil public gatherings not essentia] to the war lit effect today, Chicago loses the last bit of the little remaining of its gay life, tho cabaret. It is tho exit ot all forms of entortalument, wet or dry. T E Threat to England Removed Ky Remarkable Events of Thursday. London, Oct. 18.-The German dream of dominating the Flanders coast has come to an end, the morning newspapers say, and they speak of Thursday as a memorable day In the war, pointing out the prominent part played by the British army and navy in the far-reaching successes gained. The Belgian coast ports, says the Dally Telegraph In referring to the German withdrawal from the channel coast, were symbols of the enemy's U-boat campaign and the threat to Great Britain. The evacuation of these places, it adds, is doubly sweeping atid morally ruinous for the authors of the war. The whole British nation, the Times says, will be glad it has been the privilege of the British troops to hand back Lille to Franoe. The Times adds: "Germany's belated abandonment of the practices of barbarism is the outcome of allied protests, but It cannot be forgotten that hundreds of towns and villages have been savagely wrecked. The wicked process of deportation must also cease and the unhappy people already carried off must be returned." London, Oct. 18.-Zeebrugge has been occupied. London. Oct. 18.-(Canadian Press Dispatch from Reuters Limited)-News received at Belgian headquarters indicates that Bruges has been evacuated. London, Oct. 18.-More than 4,000 prisoners were captured by Field Marshal Haig's forces yesterday in their advance in the Bohain-Le-Cateau region, the British wav office announced today. THURSDAY GREAT DAY FOR ALLIES PARIS, Oct. 18.-Lille, Douai, and Ostend. three great cities, have been delivered from the enemy. This Is the most glorious day for 'the allies since the battle of the Mnrne and If'fittingly terminated a wonderful battle of three months, which was opened by Gen. Mangin's victorious offensive on July 18. Mary cities have been liberated and hundreds of square mile* of territory retaken. The results have been splendid. But the victory In Belgium is not all. The British, south of Le Cateau, have broken into the German positions and now threaten the Hundinn line. The whole German defense aystem eastward to the Meuse Is In peril.' HUNDING LINE DEFENSES REACHED Ao the first result of forcing the Germans back to the Ghent-Tournai-Valcncienncs line during yesterday's fighting has been to occupy the enemy's defense before they have been able to reach them further south, without exaggeration It may be said that the prospects for the future are even more important than the actual results attained, splendid though they may be. ROAD TO BRUSSELS OPEN The road to Brussels Is open. According to latest advices the French and Belgian armies are advancing rapidly toward Bruges and Ghent. The capture of Ostend makes it possible to land reinforcements and throw powerful forces against the extreme right of the German army. Gen. von Arnlem'e army is no longer strong enough to sustain operations on the extended front from the trenches to the Duteh frontier. It is, therefore, reasonable to expect that its march across Belgium will be rapid and that King Albert will re-enter his capital earlier than was hoped. At the very moment the Flanders battle was won, another offensive was st.irted In the direction of Hlrson and Vervlnt, by Anglo-American and French forces. The object is to take the armies of the crown prince, under shelter of the Hundlng line, on the flank and condemn them to an early retreat toward the Ardennes across the front of the powerful allied right wing. BLOCKING THE BOTTLENECKS-* The way back to Germany lies through two bottleneck*, separated by the Ardennes-the one between Liege and Dinant and the other between Montmedy and Verdun. The latter is already partially blocked. While it may be admitted that the Germans are fighting wall �nd conducting their retreat with,great skill, military opinion here Is that the great military machine is irt danger of collapse at no very distant date. GERMANS RETIRE BETWEEN OISE AND SERRE PARIS, Oct. IB.-The Germans have begun a new retiring movement in the area between the Olee and Serre rivers, between Laon and Canv brai, according to the official statement from the war office today. French troops advancing from Achery and Choigny are In pursuit ef the German -rear-guards. Anguilcourt has been occupied by the French. in the Argonne section, the French have crossed the Aisne near Vouzieres. Fighting continues in the area west of Grande Pre. TtmcOING ENTERED London, Oct. 18,-Turcolng, six miles northeast of Lille, has been entered by the British troops, according to MM eVrtnbig Newt. B. T. CO. WANTS INCREASE. Ottawa, Oct. 18.-The Bell Telephone Company Is applying to the railway board for a flat increase, of 20 per cent ovor existing local telephone rates in all Canadian cities in wliloh the company opcrutos a telephone ayatem. CANADA LIKELY TO GO BACK TO OLD TIME ON OCT. 27th Ottawa, Oct. 18-The decision In the United States not to use summer time beyond Oct, 27, will no doubt be followed by similar action here. Had the United States extended the summer time period, a llko course would have been necessary In Canada to prevent confusion In train service. A* the matter now stands, clocks In Canada will be put back 60 minutes at 2 a.nv en Sunday, Oct. 27, BRUGES ENTERED With the Allied Armies in Bel-glum, Oct. 17.-Belgian patrols have entered Bruges and cavalry is operating on both sides. Belgian guns are now firing from south of the city. BRITISH IN DOUAI London, Oct. 17.-British troops entered the town of Douai today, after overcoming the enemy's r�. sistance on the line of the Haute Deule canal according to the official statement from the war office tonight. The 5th British army entered and captured Lille, the statement added. HOLD PART COURTRAI Bri'tsih Headquarters In Belgium, Oct. 18.-(Reuter's).-Izghem, southwest of Routers, changed hands four times before the Germans finally were expelled. The British hold about a third of the newer part of Courtrai, embracing about 5,000 Inhabitants. The older and larger part Is still in the hands of the Germans and It is stated that 30,000 persons, mostly women and children, are in the place. Courtrai was only slightly damaged by shell fire, The British are all around it, so that the enemy's hold is precarious. Orient Express Cancelled nerne, Oct. 18.-The Hungarian railway administration has informed'"ave crossed tho Aisne tho public that the Orient Express B'�a" tor of tho interior; Rerouf Hoy, min-l�*sti;r of marine; Dyavld Hoy, mtni�-U'.r of finance, and Naby Boy, former Turkish minister to Homo, minister of foreign affairs, ad interim. This information is contained in Constantinople advices received here. Paris Cslsbrates for Lille. Paris, Oct. IS.-News of the dellr. oranrn of Mile sproad rapidly in Paris, aronsliiK deep and quiet Joy. Flags worn hung out on all aidos and crowds of refugees from the Lille region pa-rudiul to the l.lllo slntuo In the Place Concorde, whoro they sang the Marseillaise) und docoratod the statue with allied flagA. French Official Statement Paris, Oct. 18.-Tho French atate. mom today reads: "On tho right bank of the Olse, the enemy confined hla reactions to ar-tlllury fire. Botwcen the Olso and the Serro, French pressure continued dur-Ing the last tew days has compelled tho enemy to begin n now withdrawal. Debouching from Achery and Choigny toward the end of tho night, tho French troops pursued the German rear-guards and occupied Anguilcourt. "Wast of Grande Pre, the battle continues with extreme stubbornness and was extended this morning as far as the heights, of VoiizJeros. Tno*FTench in this re- ceased running Oct. 7. The cutting off ot the Orient 'Express train which ran from Berlin to Constautlnoplo was made necessary by the capture of Nish, Serbia, by the 'Serbians last week. New Turk Cablnot Amsterdam, Oct. 18.--The cabinet of Izzot Pasha, the new Turkish grand vizier, will Include Fothl Bey, mlnia- Captured,TirplU Battery % Paris, Oct, 17.-Georges Leygues, minister of marine, has received a report from the Frenoh commander-Ju-chief in the North Sea that parties from British and French warships cruising off Ostend entered that city together with troops coming from the south without opposition from the tt'QNWUJD Oaf J'.sQI 4A ;