Internet Payments

Secure & Reliable

Your data is encrypted and secure with us.
Godaddyseal image
VeraSafe Security Seal

Lethbridge Herald Newspaper Archives

- Page 15

Join us for 7 days to view your results

Enter your details to get started

or Login

What will you discover?

  • 108,666,265 Obituaries
  • 86,129,063 Archives
  • Birth & Marriages
  • Arrests & legal notices
  • And so much more
Issue Date:
Pages Available: 20

Search All United States newspapers

Research your ancestors and family tree, historical events, famous people and so much more!

Browse U.S. Newspaper Archives


Select the state you are looking for from the map or the list below

OCR Text

Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - October 21, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta MONDAY. OCTOBER 21, 1918 � the LETTinnror.E daily herald J_____ ^AGE FIVE - -. . SIR CHAS. FITZPATRICK MAY BE APPOINTED LIEUT.-GOV. OF QUEBEC GREAT BOUND FORWARD i British Headquarters In Belgium, Oct. 21.- (Reuter't).-In the region east of Courtral, the 2nd British army today was advancing on a line of V/2 miles along the Scheldt river. They had gained this line by a great bound forward Sunday. During the battle which resulted In this gain more than 700 prisoners were captured and heavy casualties were inflicted on the-ene-my. PREPARING TO EVACUATE With the American Army Northwest of Verdun, Oct. 21.-(By the Associated Press)__When th* German government on Oct. 12 told President Wilson that It was ready to comply with the proposition of the president concerning evacuation, the German army had completed arrangements for a withdrawal from Francel This assertion is made by prisoners captured Sunday In the region of Grande Pres. The prisoners agreed that the German command had begun making estimates of the transportation necessary in the evacuation of French territory. Report Unconfirmed l/omlon. Ort. Jl. There Is lui confirmation nf a report from Dutch Hourron thai tin* allied troops have taptured I'eeloo and several thorn-ami prisoners'. Thli is believed to be extremely iiiipmliahe u succeed Sir P. H. i.e Kir.iic as lieutenant-governor of Quebec. * ceect Plr Charles Fit/.patricU in die last three weeks, you have earned the lasting esteem and admiration of your British comrades In the army whose ftnerpspes you have so nobly shared.' British Official Hiro place the total at not more than London. Oct. 21.-Tbe British offi- 200, mostly at or near Mayuguc-/.. The cial statement reads: properly damage is estimated at J5,. "The number of prisoners captured 000,000. Through train service he-by tis lu the operation yesterday north tween San Juan and Mayaguez was of Le Oitoau, now exceeds ll.iion. The ; resumed last night, enemy positions along; the river Seilo were of great natural strength nud were held with resolution. The attack wan launched by I'.ng-llsh. Scottish and Welih divisions at - o'clock ill the morning under most, unfavorable weather conditions, a continuous tain rendering the advance extremely difficult. The fighting was extremely heavy during the day. the enemy offering resistance In the village,! ami along -the line of the river. In overcoming thin resistnucc grout assistance was rendered at certain points by lank?, which, in spite of the flooded stale of the river, succeeded In passing to the east bank at an early hour. WANT WAGE INCREASE Springfield. Mass.. Oct. -I.The employees of the Springfield Aircraft Corporation walked out this morning in an effort to enforce demands for an Increase In wjige.-i. A demand for an eight-hour day lias been granted am! look effect today. The company employs about lUdu hands, who are said to be iitiorgiuiiZ"d. WEEPING ECZEMA SOON RELIEVED A Perfect Treatment For This Distressing Complaint "Wasiho, Ost. "I had an attack of Wcrping Kczcma; so bad Hint my clothes would be wet through at '.nn>-s. For four months, Isi.ncre.i terribly. I could get no relief until I tried 'Fniit-fl-livca and '--'ootha .Sulva' The first treatment garc nic relief. Altogether, I lt'irc ihrro boxes of 'Soolha Salva' and two of 'Fniit-a-lives',and am in'ir-lvncll" G.'W.IIALL. Jloth these sterling remedies nie sold by dealers at .'>0r. a box, G for }2.-j0, or sent on receipt of price by J'ruit-a-tives Limited, Ottawa. "Fruit-a-tives" is also put up in a trial size which sells for 2.V\ IS YOUR BOY AT THE FRONT? No doubt you have a photo of him-it may be only a snapshot, yet it's something to recall his face. But it's so small and you've often wished it was large enough to frame and hang on the wall- to be continually before your eyes. You may have HIS PHOTO ENLARGED INTERFERE WITH THE VICTORY I INFLUENZA. "As soon a* lite line of the river was secured a number of bridges were rapidly constructed under a henvy fir" from the hostile artillery and machine guns, enabling our gum to push forward i lo-�i; li'diind th" advancing In-inntry and l'i afford tliem effective Mipport at close range. "During the evening, certain point? at which pnrties of the enemy were still resisting were cleared up by local French are engaged in heavy fighting oporatiom and a counterattack from In the ntroagly fortified Humling line On Italian Front Home. Oct. Active artillery; fighting In the Grappa region and ; nloilg the Clave river Is repoiled to ! day by the war office. Prisoners were taken by the French at Slzupm 3n the Fi eur.ella valley the Italians ' dispersed mi enemy outpoM ! Drain Hun Manpower WaKhington, Oct. it. Germany i� drawing severely upon other parts of ihe western front for reinforcement* 1 :> check the Amerhans north of Vet-dun, (leu. IN rililug's coiuiii'iiihiiic for Sunday nay* during th" lieivy lighting �>f the past week a constantly lucrea* tng number of Herman dlvl�lo:j.-t have Wen hroilfcht up .mil are blll-ily con �testing every foot of ground Fierce Fighting With ili� American Army N..rt Invent of Verdun, Oct. '.'I. i My Hi" A*'-i>cia- i led IVeM).- IN'oiinl Fierce flichMllK tool; place today in th" Hose de K.ip pese, on the western et.d of the An; �rienn line. In tin- inc of t.-rrific mai liine gun fire, the American* were forced to fall hat k. Uiter they loun tera-ttacked nnd regained the part of Ihe wood that find been |��t. ] A German Claim nerlln, Oct. 21. i Via London i After losing (he towim oi Itotnerlcs  nil Ainaval. iiurtli ot l.e Citte.iti. the (iernians yesterilRy re.aptured Uieiii.' nays ' � (iffli ial report ' Gun� Control Town Vladivohtuk. Saturday, (ji-t l.' (Hy the AKHociatcd I're-im. Altliougii Hie CzeihH have withdrawn from the important Itui.daii city of Samara, tiioir Rims Htill control the mwn. Ilol ahevikl troops have not yet reentered SHinnr.i. T!n� t'/.ecli.-i hi ill l>old Kan Jiele junction. Mi miles cart of Sam-1 (i ra. j Haig to Americana With the AllRlo-Aii.ericail Forces ; >:a�t of l.e Cm �.in. Sunday. Oil 'lu.- �' �By the An-.ociaied l'ressl. Aineiican foreos fighting bedde Hie nrititli army have a total advance of l ; niih-n in the lani six days ot buttle in lid* aector. th" region of ltotnlcrx was beaten oft bv us with heavy Iok�cs. "N'ortli of liAaiu. our iro�ip� contin uedto pu'li forward in contact wltii th"" enemy and an- approaching the village of St Amaiid and the liuu of tin.1 Scheldt north of Tournal." Take Field Guns ? Some Interesting Facts About > j t ; Treatment. :-| �*>*>co-�ooo��>o*>*>*i Influenza, which i- inw Fweepincj over C.inulla from one end to the other, j Ir. a very old di*".i*e It \va* known In i ancient times, and a - early as i.lln I* | over .ran the whob- of the civilized j world. For centuries I' iia-ul� to IMghem nches and pains in the hack ami llmlm. pains In the eyeballs and behind the eye-, general depression, and �temperature ils.ig to between, 1"1 and lo| degree.-. As it is such an old disease, doctors hn\e naturally learned a great deal about lis prevention and treatment. Th-' first pMtu iple of proven-lion itt Hi keep uu.iy (Aim, those Infected, and the second. Is to build lip the geriii-rcsi*)tlng parts of the body1 by eating nourlHhlng foods, dressing: i'um(nrtuhl). getting lots ot sleep, ami | \yy living In the open air and lu bright, i well.vendiiited rooms a-1 much a* pop- j slide The mouth, throat and nose i should be systematically and (re�iuent-j ly disinfected by antiseptic inhalations, sprays jind washes. Such pre- Toronlo. Oct. 21. A; a meeting of the Dominion Vlctoiy Loan executive till* afternoon it wa e.i^ decided tliat despite the ireval"!!-.  of Infltii lira, there sh"n; i he no post-ponemi'iit of the ciiii)'.''ii-!-,. The main (actor .uMiu-' iin.tpone m"iit was the Itnme Mif' money to be mixed: 'he un��..... time; th" had weather later in tie- yen preventing thorough work by . .mva-scr*; th" additional expense imolveil ami the In-; of thai moment-ill. u tlif in:-i� -t of tiie loan which i- .lircidy appiir ently manifest. The chairman. K K Wood, reported that he had telegi.ijdicl e\ery pro-' villi" acking for a arvey of the -it 'lation from a fltiam ,.;1 standpol: t. with an expression of opinion (nun the health officer- to when rulidi Hons might he expecti' ; to be letter. Some localities tin- epidemic h,�n hern the wor.-t in- Inst few day  hit* produced a n'i, �able Improvement. Iteport* received ic telegrapii from nearly i�very jirovitu  were iiiiaiil-moiisly !n 'avir of ;tolug on with the drive in ii'hi'duled. Fie ouraceun'iit was derived frum fIi�- fuel that the entire f'nit"d Stntc-n amj ,n t() bl>(1 wlll| ,)lo K,us, 1)0S. lireclation of the very vnluable assiKt-ipy resistance. In the region of Den- Ktt>lc> delay and call a doctor Rest, unci) and gallant nervlces rendered ain, tho Hrltish advance continues. i warmth and quiet are three sovereign  � . - -�-.�� -:---________- .1,______,.i ............___________jj ; remedies of tlie primary disease, and i tho best preventive of Its more deadly 'complications, of which pneumonia la > tho most frequont. While there is no i specific for influenza, yet there are i many drugs which play a useful part | in relieving it. such as quinine asplr-(Oy the Associated Prtss) I'� iiml various tonics, anti-ueuralglc, British troops in smashing through the. formidable Ooi'mitn positlona on i antl�eptlc and heart HiodlcJiies. to bo tho Sello river, north of l.e Caieau, captured more than 3,000 prisoners. The I Pr*"erU,1,,.u,",y1 "� },h>'8lela�'' �� lit^, FUNERAL OF LIEUT.-COVERNOR Quebec. (I,;. .'I.-The funeral -er-vice of Sir I' K l.e lllatie. lieutenant-governor of the province ,,' Quebec, was h-ld thih mo-iilnt; at th" Ha-illca Despite the epidemic ii great crowd followed Ihe corp*e. The military how ever, did not enter tin- chur> h Mgr. Untitles, archbl-hop of Montreal, oill elated, assisted by Mgr. Pellet!;. rector of Laval and Abbe Fllcou i:ml Father Hndon. SJ. .Abbe McQnire of Slllery. who attended the late governor during bis last moments, received the corps*, while Cardinal Ilegiu per-foimed the last ceremony. The chief mourners were Cap! fl. l.e Hlsnc. son of the deceased, who returned a few months ago; .M. I!. l.o lllailc. his brother, and his two sons-in-law. Arthur Plrrledoux of .Montreal and A. Costta of Huenos Ayre*. Lord Hlchard Neville ropreheiitetl the governor-general. Hon. P. K. Hloi,-din the government, while S. l.e Liviv represented the speaker of the senate and Hrlg.-Uen Landry the minister and council of militia. The body will he sent to Montreal for interment this afternoon. PROMINENT MAN ARRESTEO Portland, Oregon. Oct. 21. - J. Henry Albers, president of tho Albera Brothers Milling company, with establishments at Portland, Seattle, Tacoma' San Francisco, Oakland nnd I.os Angeles, was arrested here today by a; deputy rutted States marshal on ( charges of violating tho Espionage act. TEXT GERMAN REPLY (CONTINUE!) FUOM FRONT PA UK) | cnnstliuUon of the empire fn that the i ollst-llt i.f Ihe reprei-er.tril loll of Unpeople i ( required for decisions on war and peace." People fJehind Reforms "The permanent-" of th" new system i�. however, guaranteed not only by i-oiistituMona1 safeguard*, but ul*u by the till"hnkeabN' determination of the Genua!! people whose vast majority stand-, behind tbe�e reforms and demand their energetic continuance." A Clear Answer 'The question of tin- president--wiib whom lie ,md the government* associated against Germany are dealing Is therefore answered ill a clear, unequivocal manner by the statement that the offer of peace and itti armistice lias tome from a government which i-> life from any arbitrary and irresponsible Influence, Is supported by the approval of nn overwhelming; majority of ihe German people." I Signed l "SOl.F." Independence For Hungary Amsterdam. Oct. -Jl. - Kmperor Charles will shortly issue a manifesto to lIn- Hungarian people proclaiming llie Independence of Hungary, according lo the Hudapest correspondent of the IthetiiM-lio Westphaltan Gazette. Hungary, the maufoto will hay, is to havti economic independence and will maintain her own army and her own diplomatic corps. Washington Won't Discuss It Washington. Oct. Jl.- A wireless version of the German reply to President Wilson reached the stale depart- MAMMA! DON'T YOU SEE YOUR CHILD IS mcnt today. There will be no official comment unlit the official text Is received. The Ih'le ,v received by wireless will not he made public here nor will officials discuss Ixitulon dispatches describing its content". Wait for Official Washington. Oct. 21 Germany's reply io President Wilson, as received today by wireless, Is regarded here as an awkward attempt to accept the terms for an armistice laid down by President Wilson It Is believed to be certain that the wireless version i:t garbled to an exien: and olhctals will await the arrival of tin1 olltclal text before reaching coiiclu�lons. In the meantime there will he no ollleial comment. Kven iiuollicially no one will express an opinion of what the president will think of the note, though the general impression seems to be that It at least does not close the door to further exchanges. I'poit the exact language of the ollleial text may depend whether the president will consent to propose an armistice to the allied powers. Denials of the Germans that atrocities have been commiiteeil are Immaterial. Hie Important thing Is that all atrocities have apparently been ordered ii topped. As to negotiations for a permanent peace with the German government as now constituted that is a question qulto aside irom a cessation of hostilities, untie." conditions imposed by the allied commanders in the field. Ilefore such negotiations are entered Into, the president anil the allied governments mus! ho satlsllod that tho German war lords are powerless to re-assume control, if they now actually are out of control. Cut Off All Negotiations Washington. Oct. 21.-Senator Poln-dexter of Washington, Republican, introduced a Joint resolution today proposing that congress forbid further negotiations by the I'nlted Slates �llb Germany, looking to the grant, ing of an armistice or peace until tin* German military forces have surrentl  red unconditionally. It was referred tu the foreign relations committee. Labor Behind Wilson London, Oct. 21. - (Ttrltlah wlrelrst servicer In the sltuntlon created by the (ierman peace offer, llrltlsh labor stands solidly behind President WTI-on, declared Arthur Henderson, the llrltlsh labor leader. In a speech Saturday night. Labor men should con tinue to support President Wilson he cause his peace program embodied the var aims of organised labor. of the world. To this the German government replies: Hitherto the representation of the people In the German empire has not been endowed with an influence on the formation of the government." Responsible Government "Tho constitution did not provide for a concurrence of representation of tho people in decisions of peace and war. Theso conditions have just now undergone a fundamental change. A now government has been formed lit complete accordance with the wishes (principle) with tho representation of the people based on equal, universal, secret, direct franchise." Party Leaders; in (jovt. "Tbe leaders of th* great parties ot the reichstag are member*, of this government. In the future no government can take or continue �u office without possessing the confidence ot a majority of the reiatatag." Alter Constitution "Tho reaponsiblllty^ol'tue chancellor of the empire to the represent, tlves of tho people. 1* being legally developed and safeguarded. The first a-.-t of the new government has been t, i lay Uofoi'o the rofchatae a bill to alter tho Look at Tongue! Move Poisons From Liver and Bowels at Once. Mother! Your child Isn't naturally cross anil peevish. See if tongue is coated: this is a sure sign its little stomach, liver and bowels 0need u cleansing at once. When listless, pale, feverish, full of cold, breath bad, throat soro, doesn't eat, sleep or act naturally, has stoin-ache-ache, diarrhoea, remember, u gentle liver and bowel cleansing should always be the first treatment given. Nothing equals 'California Syrup of Figs" for children's Ills; give a tea-spoonful, and in a few hours uil the foul waste, sour bile and fermenting food which Is clogged In, the bowels passes out of the system, and you have a well playful child again. All children love this harmless, delicious "fruit laxative," and it never fails to effect a good "inside" cleansing- Directions for babies, children ot all ages and grown-ups are plainly on the bottle. Keep It handy In your home. A little given today saves a sick child tomorrow, but get tho genuine. Ask your druggist for a CO-cent bottle ot "California Syrup of Figs," thou look and see that It is made by the California Fig Syrup Cc'V-Advertisement, 1 We Shall Re CM to Have You Call and watch how we produce monuments. You will be interested in noting how carefully each stop Is taken from the first shaping of the rough stone to the final and finishing touches. Skill .combined with exceeding care is what makes our monument work so perfect. Visitors are welcome at all times. We use moderu compressed air equipment., Lethbridge Monumental and Cut Stona Works n. Needs. Prop. 8th Street 9. A FEW MORE RECRUITS ARE NOW REQUIRED FOR DRAFT APPLY AT ONCE R.N.W.M. Police Barracks 96 375846 ;