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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - October 24, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta DON'T BE A QUITTER. MORE VICTORY BONDS VOLUME XI Li-vmnnmcrc, alberta, tihksday. ogtobkk 21. v.nx UNS MA WILSON NOT SATISFIED WITH NEW HUN GOVERNMENT - Never Make Peace With Kaiser & Co. Allies Will Act in Concert Now in All Dealings With Germany. London, Oct. 24.-The British cabinet met this morning, presumably to discuss President Wilson's reply to Germany. The reply was ceceived by the foreign office from the British embassy at Washington. NEVER MAKE PEACE Washington, Oct. 24.--No arm. Istiee, except under conditions of surrender. No peace with the kaiser and his war lords, now or later. Thus president Wilson has given in advance his own final decision In Informing the new spokesmnn of Germany that he has acceded to their request that he take up with the allies their plea for an armistice and pence negotiations. The president's reply to the latest German note has none on Its , way to Berlin. It was delivered to the Swiss charge here last night at 9 o'clock and soon afterward was on the cable in plain English, no time being lost to convert the president's uncompromising sentences into code. Apparently the exchanges which had been in progress between Washington and the allied capitals since the wireless version of the German com-munlcation was plowed up Mon- * day terminated late In the nfter-noon, enabling the president to reply just 11 hourc after the official text had been delivered. ACT IN CONCERT One point that those in the confidence of the president emphasize today Is that the United States government Is now through with separate dealings with the central allies. The whole situation Is before the co-belligerent nations and the future announcements will be of the United States and the allied government acting in concert. To the World Washington. W*''- President �\Vils-sitions south of Viilon*-i* inn's. T'uey Kiitii'd ground to a depth of more than .".inly yards on an extended front, capturing many m*poriani villages tind several thousand pri-oners, together with mimereu; nan-, and driving a wedge into enemy positions, at what probably is the m"st vital point of the line the Germans Arc holding. The fighting was ol a *1. operate nature, Hie German iu.ul.iiie gunners holding out to the hi:-i. Large number.'-' of the enemy ivn* killed. The advanc** continues an.I the in* mice to the Germans to tlio nortli and south of tin- front nttackod i' hourly growing. In brilliant mobnln;h*. assisted by roaring flocks of. ni^Lt bombing alt-planes, the Hrltlsh f(*ii(,'ht -thrmigiiotit the night unit niailtf'stp.ady gain?.. They are using see-saw ladies aiel not at any time since the new battle began has the whole line attacked all th n street, carrying a bucket. A: about the same time, a machine gun opened en us from a second storey window. I was wounded and several of my men were also hit. Wo retired * i~ a moment, but the last I saw of the old French woman she was ^oing right along as if nothing had happened." T (ttuy a t'ktory Komi) Toronto, Oct. 24.-That the allies are at last In sight of final and complete victory and the attainment of a peace which will Insure for the future the safety of the civilized world aqaintt despotism, is the belief of the Canadian corps commander, Gen. Sir Arthur Currle ,aa given in a cable received by Sir William Hearst's office in answer to a message of ^congratulations sent by the premier a few days ago, Advises Control of Exhibition By City If a suggestion nindii by President Fairfield at tho meeting of the exhibition (llrectoralo this week, hi carried Into effect, tho control of the exhibition will pass into the hands of tho eity direct, with u city , Calf commissioner and a small advisory board, with representatives from the city, Magrath, Raymond, Carflston and Coaldale. President Fairfield made tUla suggestion t'fter regretfully announcing the resignation of .Manager Moore. 6f whom he spoke very highly, He said that Mr. Moore had. been'faithful In tho performance of his duties, and would have* been a valuable man next, year, when the experiences of this year could bo profited by. * Annual Meeting Dec. 4 A successor to Mr, Mooro will probably be appointed at the annual meeting which will bo bold on Da- ; comber 4th. It has been decided that , a reorganization of tlio fair board ' should take plane to place the exhibition on a bettor business basis. It ;has boon recommended to the city I council that a permanent caretaker ' be appointed for the exhibition, j grounds. Deficit Is 410,000 Manager Moore's financial statement shows that tho deficit on this year's stampede aud o*blblUon is HO,-. 1106.63. j The manager's annual report aud I auditor's financial statement fallows: j Tho President and Directors, Lothbrldge Exhibition Board, , tlentlenien,-in presenting tho .annual report of the i-*othbridgo Exhibition Board for the past year, it IfMa be rogrotted that the financial reav^U* (CONTINUED ON PAGE SIX),- 495?2750 34 500060 ;