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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - October 22, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta TUESDAY, OCTOBER 22, 11)1� rmn.r iti'.rv, r.r> Big Parade Will Have New and Novel Stunts Further details of llin big Victory Loan parndu to open tho campaign on Monday, wore discussed nt a meet-lug of tho %Kotary filtih and loan com-inlttcen Inst nipht, and the pnrndn will provide a smashing opening for thn I'nmpnlRii. Tim pnrndn la to bo a wulking par-ii'Vi, to start at 10:30, and will fiirniHh some surprises In tho way of noveltfeH and stunts. Trust the lloltiry Club tor that. They are a hunch of bright boys whim It. comes to thinking up Ideas along thosn lines, and tho Victory Loan parudo will be tho bent that can hi; pulled off. Tim captains nrc getting busy today organizing their canvassers and dls-trlctH. The captains nteet each night at headquarters In tho Southard Uloclf. WaHhlngton, Oct. 22.-It. was learned today that a private dispatch from Germany has boon published In Copenhagen newspapers, stating that -the troops on leave nro receiving secret orders not to return to the front and that to this extent demobilization has begun. Military men here, however, regard ft an Inconceivable that gtich orders would he given while desperate offortH are being made to hold the. American and ullfed troops at buy at certain points on thn western front. THINK IT SATISFACTORY London, Oct., 22.-The German press generally considered the reply to I'm-Hident Wilson satisfactory and a good basin for further negotiations. MN EXTERMINATE Rsrs STOPS THE PAIN- AND ACTS QUICKLY relieved by Hint's PrJn Bj^miDsteT ti i-."J'�"l"f? fre viHeU, Excellent Wherever Extra^fermth Is Needed Perfection Oil Heaters are ideal for the sick room or any other place in the house where extra heat is needed. They furnish smokeless, odorless warmth the instant they are lighted. They do away with the dirty ash pan, coal hoc! litter-can be readily carried from room to room - arc easily cleaned, filled and lighted-and give 10 hours of inexpensive warmth from each gallon of Royalitc Coal Oil. Perfection Oil Heaters are handsome, well finished and durable. They return their cost many times over before wearing out. ' At hardware and general stores everywhere. IMPERIAL OIL LIMITED nRANCIIES IN ALL CITIES PERFECTION OIL HEATERS SAVE THE DOMINION'S COAL Look for the 2nand/ .�' w Herman r'calst;u: >� southern end of tli- :� Tho Hritlflh nrml.->H. lin ii niiln ot Tourn:il on ii Sentlnelle, one iiiilr v � .Vorth of Tonrii; .. ' miles und north un.i hank of tho rlvur. B ,v lliolr pressure and h.f., Valenciennes*. Krrneh forren ,. .  : the Olso ami tin' 111 linv" udvanred nor i' . llprniiiiiH have cetim i  poi'tulll hill ]n)�Hlr.n T lillliif. which ui:i:oim' luick. (ion. (louritinr 'I.. Devrlopmnn! oi in rout inning Its re': � ' lli:il Mtrlz Is bcim: i, " I pmirliiK fresh divi i": Vorilun in an attoin; � arc t.'.villain;; hue).; the Ihi'idlni; I!:in h. hus lii't'ii t-ro:v"d an appear to have. funr... I'leld Marsha! 1; Ihc licnian, arurci|. within le.~* than l.sis* lieen captured and Hie Ilritlsh occupy !,;i el Vnlcnt ieiui'-s. - ililiiii ure iilonx the Si lielu'i on a front of ive ilh of Uiit sector rapidly are nainini: the western n V;ili ni.-ieiiiiPj: mill l.e (', the Hriiisli maintain i"io|ieil the Iv'ailloti rii'.-r a' Thiatit. Houtlivve^i of Grocery Specials At "The Bay" For WEDNESDAY - THURSDAY tor i "1TZ nil. e.| ! tni'ir pr ��tv.ard i^erve viol. :.: 'i to clHlodi;" the l-'ft'inrli from ini re are in a piiMfioii to ntitflnnk the (J"r-e siiniii; ("ii-rnrin of'tufj in drive Ihe Krctn'ii .' t .t r, n ive d"f"ated nil eneinv attacks. PIVOT OF MOVEMENT 1 lie.11^ pl'Vtll"!] hv the le-l'lliatl llifOl I'lllliilialKl noriliern P'rance ami H"l);'nm make.i it aiipir"iu liivnt fer tin- inovi'ini-!!'. While the (iM'tii-iiis are tie- litie Ml friint of tie- Anieiians northwest, of I tin- hue firmly, the rest of the Ccrinun ltiRloii-the Helni.iti rentier. Inn it n-enis ct-rtain that  iifi'iiiiik) tl in l!'-li;iu:n. -,-in re th,. Scheldt river i of la- Catcaii v h'-i-e ihe jtritih ami American, way thrmiKli :ill . x e7. . Jit'r Uott Se ... Corn Fla.'ie.-. Dominion, in r pkt.............. ToiiihIo Soup. tin.', fur liirt'inli. ihnik '. �J I:--, for I'.room.-. I f-'ritn: ladc-if "i- in 'ill^. ' i ....... � 1 2e. each .............. l'lmupplo c.iatcil. Sun- i brand .tin..... . Ma reioiv some $24 chatiirc a:;tl at the r.i.Uc tinip mutinied to pick tip the cheque. He tlppartpil with a pair of alio", ami $24 more than wIipii he came in Hp Uiph wrnt lo l:e.nic 1 'i IIi]'-� tai lorliiK ostalilltfhiiR'tit and Imacht ii suit of clothes for Jlil, K^ini; the name cheque in payment. The (henue war. cashed at the Arlington Hotel, and Itichardson one c more received rliiing!' ai'.ioimtinR to sonm $1.". In thr mi'anttin. however the clerk who had attended him at ihe Kuyal Store hail missel Uie and in company with Detective I-'u-aii went out looking for him. They located Hlt'liurtUon tiiilshlr Ihe t'nalila'.e ho-trl and lie made a clean lirrast of overythlni;, nt the s.uuo tiine offerinK to st|uare the amount rl^ht there. ||n was Kilcitn to police lic.idi|iia;tors ho.' ever. Hut. horn Is Hip joker. Who cct.s the ? Ih" pa i 'Jl hours, with an in' : da\ that a the Canal;,,o t handlers' itiit-r wt'sti'ni en arrived at meat is that '- will he re-ioll of 2a'; at HUNS HOPK I'KRStilN't; TO Sl.TERCEDK I'OCH Paris. Oct. 22.- i Havns.i -The Germans are hoping by their discussions of an armistice to substitute Gen. Pershing for Marshal Foch as the military leader who wll state the termo, the Petit Journal says. This newspaper adds that it is sufficient to point out that President Wilson has been a warm partisan of unified command. It remarks that only th; supreme commander has the right to iay down the conditions of an armistice. Calgary. Tho c;ifc.s m these men. as well as other mutters in dispute, will he dealt with by til" railway war adjustment hoard. He e\pects to r.-{rive a final tclC'sn'in fioin Caiman iiiinuiiiiciiif! that the -trike has been'.'d nil". PREMIERSTOCONFER Victoria. Oct. 22.-Sir 'Robert Borden has wired Premier Oliver that it is his intention to hold a conference of provincial premiers before Nov. 15, next. Willi the Allied Armies in HpIkIuih, Oct. 22.- i liy tin' Associated Press).-The Reiieral sit nation in lUdKlitm this mnrnlmt seemed to he that on most of the front the allied armies hail reached a period of paiiHe which is inevitable when rapid advances have hpen mad" (ierniiiti resistance s-'tiffrned iippi ei ialily durinsr the iilghl. espooi-ally aloi.K the Scheldi river. N On the front ot the liritish -l:h army, with which the Americans arc liKhtlm;. tiie night was quiet and Un' situation ir. iint'lianKi'd in the Valem-i-eniii's-l..' Citttinii area. FightinK is in iiroRrcss here and there along the allied lino north of Valenciennes for the purpose of FtraighteniiiK out the front, and to t (iiisolidate positions. Hetween Tour-nai and Valenciennes the British continue their pi-ogrcs toward the. Scheldt. On the front of both the 3rd ntul 4th armies high velocity guns and other artillery are active. German machine guns on the eastern hunk of the Hnr-pies liver, which had boon causing i oiisiderahlo trouble, have been put (ait of action. Huns Say Yanks Palled lierlin. On. 22.-iVia London). - American attacks .Monday north of Soinmeiiince and on a wide front on both sitle.s of llanthevllle broke down, according to iIk- official statement from C,et man neneral headquarters today COMPEL THEM on.iua. Oct. 22.-Action has been taken by the government to require newsprint manufacturers to comply �;th the order of Commissioner Prln-gie. date,! Aug. f.. 1!US. WIL90N DISCUSSED IT Washington. Oct. 22.-President Wilson discussed the wlrelees version ot the Oeiman note at length with his advisors at today's cabinet meeting. NURSING SYSTEMS 10 COMBAT FLU' E iOETvIOO^ FOR YOUR MO HEY. IU London, Oct. 22 - -Thirty-six tanks-ono battalion- save at least l'Hio casualties every day they are in action. The. Itiltlsh war expert who inado this statement while discussing the present allied offensive, continued: I "We have used In tho fighting to dale only a fraction of ihe nroti the enemy, had been accustomed to omploy j on similar oifouslves, ami wo linvo I niiidu up the difference largely with j tanks. Since the ultimate victory will i fall to the side with the biggest reserves, the more tanks wo have, the j more asMiired our '.'iriory. Tank mill;-; ors are as much in this light ;m their brothels in France. "Similarly, Ihe more numerous the tanks, the less risk of their being knocked out" SUPREME COURT VACANCY Ottawa, Oct. 22-The vacancy on the supronie court bench will probably be filled 'by the cabinet council this uftiirnoon. Jt 1? claimed the. uaiiio has been prominently mention-oil ol" Hon. L. P. Pclletler, who Is at present a Judge of the King's bench. There appears to Up some doubt, however, whether Judge I'elleller oaron lo return to Ottawa. The naivm of Eugene Latlfliit'i K.C., of Montreal, is also suggested in regard to the vacancy. SAFETY T DEPOSIT BUSINESS The Bank recommends the use of its safety deposit boxes for the keeping of valuable documents., Our charges are moderate. ----",w Lethbridge Branch.....R. T. Bryrnner, Manager Warner Branch ------ J. H. S. Gordon, Manage HARDWELL MENTIONED Ottawa, Oct. 22.-Tho mimo of Mr. Jii'iuoH Ilimlwoll, chief traffic officer of tho railway board, is moutioiiod in connection with tho two existing vu-eiinekiH. on the hoard tine to tho expiration of tho terms of office of Com-nilBsionors Scott and McLean, who novo not as yet boon re-appolutei). Kdmot'.ion. oc: 22.- In view of the great scarcity of nurnos and medical men who are available In the province at the present, the provincial board of health wishes to strongly urne upon every community the necessity of organizing nt once a nursing system, since they realize that by tills means only anything like a satisfactory re : : Is suffering from a serious montal disease and the kaiser after recant events is booomlno'*lnora"�an*(tff plbue, �jrayint) many hours dally." THE ROYAL BANK OF CANADA INCORPORATED 1869 Capital Paid-up..................$ 14,000,000 Reserve and Undivided Profits....... 15,000,000 Total Assets..................... 386,000,000 520 Branches In Canada, Newfoundland, British West Indies, Cuba, Porto Rico, Dominican Republic, Costa Rica, nnd Venezuela, SAVINGS DEPARTMENT Accounts may he opened .with an Initial doposll of One Dollar. Interest Is credited Half-yearly. Business Accounts curried upon favorable terms. LETHBRIDGE BRANCH........W. A. PARKER, Manager �MiMM>Mam'*'^'TfssassasBssaasasHBBas]ssassa' SPECIALS Tailored AT Unusual Values Lethbridge Millinery Company, Ltd. L. A, 8COTT, Manager 407 FIPTH STREET 3. J ;