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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - October 25, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta / DON'T BE A QUITTER.^ BUY MORE VICTORY BONDS volume xt. L1-:TMBHIDG.E, alberta, FIIIDAY, october 25. 1918 Nl'MBER 267 ALLIED GAINS-TURKS WIAKEN- MUST QUIT URKEY AND Turkey Ready for Peace; Comment on Wilson Note Turkey Ready to Accept Peace on Terms of President Wilson, States' Vizier-Austria Ready to Surrender-London Comment on Wilson Note. Crowd Demands That the Kaiser Quit Throne � -- PARIS, Oct. 25.-An enormous crowd assembled before the reichstag bulldina in Berlin calling for the abdication of Emperor william and thct formation of a republic, according to a special dispatch from Zurich itij L'Information. Dr. Karl LIcbknecht, the Socialist leader who has just been released from prison, v/as applauded frsntically. He was compelled to enter a carriage filled with flowers, from which he made a speech declaring that the time of the people had arrived. MUST WEAR MASKS on c^ALGARY CARS Culgayy, 2'j.-Boiwcnn lOH niul .500 casus o[ inl'lupiiza had been n.'-ported ill the cily U)) to a lute hour lasl. night and it is esliniatod tli^i, there art- at least 300 not reported. It is also .said that there are :)0n cases , at Sai'Cec Camp. So far the cases Ihave Dot been severe and only a few 'deaths have been recorded from this cause. Starting today, passengers on the .sti'eet. railway must wear{.s until further notice This order was made by the provincial department of health and wiJl be. enforced even if I police a.ssi.stanc^ is necessary. ITALIANS START DRIVE-BRITISH MAKE NEW CAPTURES f HAVE MAOE NEW ORES: SERB VICTORY: mm BASEL, Oct. 25.-(Havas)-Turkey will accept peace based on the princlpjes of right and Justice laid down by President Wilson which the new Turkish government approves, Tewfik Pasha, the grand vizier, is quoted in a Constantinople dispatch as having stated in parliament. Tewfik's speech was made on the occasion of the presentation of the new ministry to the chamber. He said the government would grant wlth-out guns. Bombard Ry. Centres With the American Army in, Thursday. Oct. 24.-(By the .\ssocia-ted Press).-American IG-iuch guns, manned by .Vmerican bluejackets, co- operating with the French, began fir. ing on German railroad j:ontres bacK of the Serre-Oise front on Wedhesday: The Americans directed their sliot^ against railroad supply stations ,anil junctions in the region of Verylne!| and.ialso in the 'vicinity of Rozoy. Prognsss of French London, Oct. 25.--(1 p.m.)-PrencH forces, advancing northeastward � between the Oise and the Peron, a tribu." tarj' of the Serre, have penetrated tho village ef La Ferte, northeast of Vil-lers.' The'French also have made an advance further east along the Seri'a and the Souche. S WILSON'S PEACE DELEGATE Represents President in All Discussions With Allies on Peace Terms Victoria Cross on Corp. Fred Coppins of Calgary, who rushed a nest of machine guns ainglR-handed, saving the lives of many of his comrades. HARRY LAUDER CALLED TO MILITARY 8ER\(ICE Loudon, Oct. 20.-When Harry Lauder arrived at Dundee theatre he received a notice calling him to military service. He is forty-eight years old. ? ? ? i ? .High lOOimsVMS>. Olf I'ioil* 41 1 * ? � ? : * * *� � ? : 11 ''"forecjist.l^Fair aiid' cooV 49 23 VOTEGONEIDEiE Amsterdatn, Oet. 25.-The German reichstag' has given Prince Maximilian, the imperial chancellor a vote of eonfldenes, the We standing 193 to 52, according to Berlin dispatches received here, Twenty.three of tlie members did not votf. , . . - Was>"i',ngton, Oct: 25,-Coly House, PresidenV Wilson's contlclential advisor, has b.^en sent to Europe -as the personal reprosentative of � the president on an olhMal mission. This an-nouucement is outhorlzed olflcially. but furtlier inforrii.u'ion is withheld^ It is under.stood, lib'^vevor, that Ihe visit of Col. .House to t'V.j'ope at this time i/i connection with i,u^rniany's plea for an armistice and.peace.,.;hich now is before the allied gpverufiiejits. Col. House very probably,is authois^^d to represent the presit|ent. in dlsct&-slona with the represehtativs.oC tli allied governments. ; , '.' The fact that Col. House left k Europe several days betore Presidep �yvilson's final reply b, Germany, wii dispatched is further p.TOOf tjiat ever; Ask British and U. S. Troops Ta Aid In Checking Red Terror � f Buy a ViotoVy Bond) ^ ^^Vfo. .. Copenhagen, Oct. 25.-(By the'vAjS"-sociated Press).-On the heels of tria^ German evacuation of the Lithuanllim^ districts east Of the Brest-Litov�U',de-niarkatiou line, detachrp.ents of .tlie Hed Army of the Russian BolBhevikt� followed aOV British troojB. . - ~ 97 9 27 43026939 13980322 90 ;