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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - October 25, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta TWC.E EIGHT Tiir. f.r:unninr.F n.vu.\ iir. IMS TURKEY SEEKS A | ANARCHISTS (JET 1 THEIR Jl'ST DKSKRTSi in i iHay ,i Victory Miui.i> \ ' Amsterdam. Oct. ^'d. Turkey meds ii r�s�t from the upheavals >f tin- las: ; four years, lsset Pasha declare.'; in the i chamber of deputies a: Constantinople  oil Oirt. 1!"�, w'tiPii the new- cabin"!; made ihs first appearim .-oh-\ ' j New York. Oct. 25.-Five avowed anarchists, convicted of chelating anti-gov irnment literature, including pamphlets urging munition workers to o� on strike, were sentenced to confinement in prison in the federal court Mere tcday. Three of them were given 20 years, a fourth, who turned state's evidence, was committed for three y:nrs and the fifth, a woman, for 15 years. ,'TO RELEASE ALL BELG. PRISONERS USE RED CROSS With the British Army in Fiance and IMitimu. Del. -�"> The Hriti-'h army has new obtained absolute proof that tile llctmuns are violating the rule., of civili/.ed warfare- in respect to the �lsp ot tin- lied i'i..:.s us had tor some lime been snspei tr%i. In yesterday's  operation- the ."itii army captured a Ceieia'a eiuaiiiaiii �' \\ htclt. eni;ai;ed in , e. ; : \ ItlK arar.'lIUii: >11. bore the d-neva lt-"l Ciovs. This \elii. if. wa- found to !> load''.! �itli e\;>ie.-ive> and the cap-",:' �,)�� ooii-ldere,) :.n jnip.n'nn: tha* *'.-.? rips were posted ;, make sure tha: no one i.uu-'.'.oil it tint:! photo-arapbs had iie-n taken ot it tor firitro , reference. k�e>- CANADA'S SHiPBUlLDil^G- record Fort..,.;:;-:j^y;> 59 STEEL5HIPS WITH DEADWEIGHT" CAnnyiNG- capacitj^ 290,200 Ton,/ �37WOODEN SHIPS WITH DEADWEIGHT^ C A R RYIN G- C A PACITV 1^6,4 CO TON,r p>-il ,. Ki'oiu the time ! .Mo.-es I'ntzky. e.iminissimmf for ilia-Itious to the eonMittielit axsem-1 hlv of llinsiti. was as.-assinated late Jin August, up I'' Oet. 1. 'IS hostages. ! ltirluditii: five priests, were s.h.01 l>> j the � Holsheviki. iiocordiui; to I'etro trad illspitehes iiuntiiii; th" r.ew-pap-1*1 avua. f. j Saloon keepers in Neivark. X. I warned .o-ainst rtuudav - .1 . ./iE=3\\ Tiir jNUPLE LEAFE Irubger rHApTT'uAFl ;:cse mark es on Rubber For-twear distinguish a Dominion Rubber System Product. 111 a. i Canada Needs Her Man-Power and Her Woman-Power. Aye-and her child-power, too: she wants no sick, this winter-no offices made inefficient, nor homes disarranged, nor schools poorly attended - because of colds and grippe and tonsillitis, due to wet feet. : Wear rubbers and keep well. Get rubbers for the children so they can keep well. To wear your $10 or $15 shoes in the rain or snow is poor economy when good rubbers that cost so little save your shoes so much. There's a style and shape (or every fof' men, women and children- in 0_____ brands of reliable, well-made rubbers, sold i>y the leading shoe stores :- "Jacques Cartier" "Merchants" "Granby" "Dominion" "Manle Leaf" 'Daily" Ask for these brands-they give the best wear. DOMINI I'leted rpeeial ai ratitrements with lite employed nl. ItiRli whrch. It lo ft l)l/t I ,13 1 SALE AND MACHINERY HAVING RECEIVED INSTRUCTIONS* FROM THE OWNER. WHO HAS DECIDED TO QUIT FARMING. I WILL OFFER THE FOLLOWING STOCK AND IMPLEMENTS FOR SALE AT THE H FAIRFIELD FARM, 2 �/2 MILES S. of LETHBRIDGE i(| OPP'OSITE THE DAVE WHITNEY RANCH, ON ^ I Monday, October 28 �ici''W''i> ,''"T'3 lM V HAVE Bf?lxM IA iJNCt'lZO S//yC.f JAr,- Ii' I9IS. OR ML!. BltL^VhO-CD 'TV,'- war ha.-impe'iis to ^h !n.lec.�, ii may ;o ' ! : the a:i� I t:io wjr ;-. . fillli-ll In llli'- ! " i'.l e.iti:;>ie' I (iV. r " tS.'eio to too vat ion- y,t: provit',1 es of il i'eT> s'.tf! itiettl � :ii;i:r.' otolith:: >' ; Thi- total i-new � >:;-i; : sliip^ in  he V and it i- ei[u;,i Canadian yard'-! in^ of tit" w ."� � Parade':,Mean :!. :> it ivu. w ; !;' ft.-  t;: '-Ml waJ out of tii �; ioatis tliit' ttiii'i '..Itio' t� ' soitif. '!'!" -�i . liiieed tie' moti a trenv'tttl'ills Canada' of .. .,:���.,! hi.lti- try , ; in Canada ,'o 'lavo -iii;i; in a h'ir."; . o ;'.'.,! ni'i-rioit- in n, ri! of lo.'.i:.: i!;e w.it". ; .'as i|,-r:tialit l...'.:u iii.n! � ii nij'lih :o � "'�''' it'yini; many t.....U, in buy -t i "l �: v. . tl'i've ami to pay lie- wa.'e -: o; tM� an.e',i.in yard- limn \\lu wn'.-l:,-i i� i;-!11 ..ml ii i";.;di!S. w iiilo d-v tile >!'::' of t!i>- in'� - aiiv t V 'f the tliti" duee ,!ilp- for our in i have 111 � ;i;,-iV.\ ;.i,"ii lo:-y lor, a Permanent Intliit.try. � l -m..: Hi e ! ' l-*:eii."es .ii, no- .iiw;,y nit,"' h;i' .'. f"W riu'bi ii- : -.. ill he av.-raire iisui t > |er-.'.:ni! jsi ' 'AY ', \f a � Vlel v do d V.i el at L'o lioul of horses; 'Ju head o' milk rows; I'll bend of dry inns, lii bead of L'yearold steer.:; I'J bead of lyeur-old ute'TH; head or " and it year old heifers: la bend of I-yeav-old lieifern: head of calves: an \ouni; |.i^s; .", pure-bbiod liuroe ,ler"oy boar p!i;s; fiO tuiitej-s. 1 binder: I �'.y;ik\: 1 set ol 'ili-l.vlis-: 1 eiiiter: 1 b i.v rake, side delivery; 2 International bull raios; 1 disk drill; I disk: and many oilier snta'i tn'Cilof) too iiiii:iern,ia to mention. 1 Pure-blood and Registered Shorthorn Bull, 3- years-old. 3 Purc-blood and Registered Shorthorn Cows. TERMS CASH SALE STARTS AT 1 00 O'CLOCK SHARP ALEX.'McLEAN, Auctioncsr. Calgary, Alta. CHAS. FREEMAN, Ownor llle to reatltil" in ' i r oipioi; v.r ;se- :h.i\ :i :  e. ii-.-vioii-eUled i.i ad �: ; ,ie -Slips e'Mi'v pro-� ".ivn.il in ABDICATION OE mm s . I' 1 - llocll i!o!|i' i pa', an indiist t ; ; i;me:11:11 n: id'--s' ij> buildiir, ;. e\iier,.!i: rn:io� ii� i.i i: ' fe-.t Tin ' a o.-n'iai,  ' ;:��! -in -. t i'e 11 flllll!'-> nf i si; ilip-, ,' il : :!'�- ami vain--ii � �n a'.vai.b ' .- ml i !'. ," ip i-ir-uii tin- ' si.'::.- industry lay V i is.la ion l... of Now Sloe- Ui That is !'a;is Intorprt-tation of Meanino of WoorJniv. Wilson"- Last Message i,t' ti !' 11 In r.t i.!a.' Piiris. 1) ' I'e|llV to ti  ' i.-ally by � � without ft  presses ii,.- a (i)ltimn ioa eapit libit in;-Tin- Ms' n "The foils dent Wilson the rei|\iii'i-i: prudenii' i I'lliefs W'o,lid i Tin. I'e::: ! "Presides-i words in ii-i did no; uei : ....  ' rese.ielli �� .!-.>.. -ay i.-> eitdors" 1 '-si!':!.-1� niornitn* f.ev. -;>;!. ; t ion. Uni'Ve. :. serai opini.i'.i in .; th.'ss � :.�>� : : Abdication. or in; es:ii:se t -. :� a v.*. rd- aliiount :::; .-d froii: . Wisslell M.-il i:o\efti- - iihiuariii' .'. ,�* S'Orer'ri -. and t.oiii i.. oil.ei- con .-avs: '. ! i employed by I1 jilalllie.- in adsane, uts which in pur atesmeti and inilitaiy : el bound to .-p'-eify." 'arisien: Wilson has --puki'ii y to the iale.->l Hole, lie in .sending tli" -etisiti- pc| j imial ilm-iim-ip. Only Zi lion:, pa*.--.^^ ed between d" time the (J''niu:i roply was receiyi .[ ;,ud bis note win .sent, riio pre.siib-ri' knew whither he was xoiir-; and nude no eft or! to "rap up bis thought- si ob.-a tirtty." jp- in '-. it-ud'-r � f �: lie- la p-rial Mutiltioi: j Hear.!. T.i" Hoai racto.l for ' 1 ,.�. . i;i Is w >.,... .- w a ti s � oiiiiii "e is :'-,,.:''�. : � IS, I >: tlio-e 1 :� -:- I a.id f 1 "siiii'V to i in-  :."i: . M"M niaei- til. Pns.iiM": si."!-- a credit e \> :. in:;: Inip-ria! i;o\er:i:in at an.s o:M::;' to *J.",.oeo,iii i  ��I. Is, adiii'.i'ii a eoiii'.i ',, I ,ini i.Pi.e a.> reeei 'rem h ;nvi :'iiii.i-!i; ; .;' l'.ip-i. While I-.1111 tile I! iia-iir eatne -sei'l-aet 'o .".."�� -d'anarise cba -i n ; i raft of other i|'-m .':;>:i., Italy and I'ratiee nuni'-ion., oil.' :ra b c list-sor: bora inirhaus Hi Jllilliillft cow, TERMS CASH GEO. P. PORTER, Auctioneer The .loili ,ys that no politii al ' :iiaiiO"iivre � sill enable tlerma.iy lo : avoid -ubie. son to the euiiditions ; which the ,,.ii,., will iiupu its l.'ffonihii- i.iher. : � "It i^ I'a. a who. after eon-u!tim: ibis eolb a-.ys �:. will have the i word. \\ � nave m> anxiety, j know-in ,aU nice that, iiis um-v.vr attic i.'.i. . :^:.t.i In tb.i'ir-"toii-eiy The oi i.iii~t. deputy Couipre-.Morci j writes in !'..:nee Lihere: "The not- wlin-li Soeretary l.an.sim i tunderci i,, the Swi.-Wi' (.hiirije prove, j tlitit lb'- hi.iiiiieiuinco of po-itive reaii-j ft j tiit-s in Wa-S'iutton seeing ilirouub our I p*j : enemy's >,an;e will not permit himself ! j^jfl ! to be cmiifht by. Llio viucouth. hut in- �' j sidioils veri,,n;i! of I'rusaiaii (iiplo-I mats and will not fall into their nei." HUNGARIAN TAKES PLACE OFBUWAN Mi. ;, Vii-ti'ii-y I im1111 Basel, Oct. 25. - Emperor Charles, according to a Budapest dispatch, mo; accepted the msiy-nation of Baron Von Burian, the Austin H inirj.irian forcidn rnir.is-tcr and V'.o the Hungarian cabinet heads-d by Dr. V/ekerle. Count Julius Aclraisy, a Hunuarinn statesmar., hrs been appointed to succeed iitiron Burian. LIED:'NECHT RELEASED Anislerdiiii, Oct. -.r. ^fcurt- Uebknucht,'. former Kw;j�)i-/tjiueroW'o( 'be reieb- i HtiiK, had beep rfiletiH.eiJ from prison. I where i � was nerving a iientotico for, nUemi.....1 tieasuii.'' | oots Which-I am Going to Sell SAT. MM*' 1\ OCTOBER THE 25TH. The sale v/ili be held in the Ott Stand, 5th Street South, and will commence at 2.30 p.ni. 350 PAIRS TO BE SOLD AT YOUR PRICE. Think ol it! Some values as high as $8.50 pair. Absolutely no reserve, the highest bid gets the prize.-TOMORROW AT 2.30. Selling ;