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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - October 25, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE ElftfTT TUP, I,!":HRniDnE DAtr.v prp:HAL::� FRIDAY, OCTOBER 25, 101R ANARCHISTS GET THEIR JUST DESERTS RESPITE FROM WAR (Buy 11 \'ietoiy Kond> ' ;Amsterd�ia, Oct. 25.-Turhev -.ireds Si rest from the upheavals Mf tlie las: four yaars, Isset Paslia declare,! in the ohaniber of deputies al ConslaiUiiioi)le oil Ort,. when ih? new cabinet liiade ,lts fi:sl appearance in ihe clmni-bfer. Oioucisrnins the piOKrani i^f tlie iiiew cabinet, he said: - "We i\ave resol%-ed. aciordins 'is" c'lrcumstancea permit. lo send home those countr\Tnen who in consequence ot She necessitie.-i of tiiu war; have been vemovod trinu one place to' another, \vi\hin the country and are' ready to cairy oni this resiolve.' I l.".iiy 11 \'i,-ttiiy lioiuli New York. Oct. 25.-Five avowed anarchists, convicted of eir-clating antl-gov:;rnment liler.iliirff, including pamphlets urging munition worl: ? BRITISH HfOUSE APPROVES ? : WOMEN BECOMING M.P.'S ? --��- . ? ? ? : : : ? ? : ? : ? : ? ? ? TO RELEASE A BELG. .PRISONERS (r-uy ,1 VIotorv Koiull Washington, Oct. 25.-Release of all Belgian political prisoners held in Belgium or Germany except wh-jre a military menace would result, has bsen promised by Gen. Von Faulkhausen, German military governor of occupied Belgian territory. This became known here today in connection with news that Burgomaster Max of Brussels had been set fr;e. With the Hrilish .-Vrniy in I'l-ance anil BeUUuni. Oci. 2ri.-The British army has now iiluainpd absohite proof tluii the Genuaus are violating the nile.i o( civilized warfare in respect to the use ot ;!te itcd C'vass us liad for some lime been snspecte,1. In yesterday's-operations the Titii army captured a Geiuiau ambnlance wliicli. engaged in i ; c.!r.''.iin,i; amnnmitioii. bore the Geneva' i Red t'ross. 'I'his vehicle was found to ', ; be loaded � itli explosives and the cap-I rure was considered so importniu that ; sentries were po.stcd to make sure , that no one touched it until photo- ' 'graphs had iieen taken of il for future: I reference. i 59 STEELSHIPS WITH DEADVVE(G-H-r CARRYING- CAPACITy^ 290,200 Tonr DEEDS OF BOLSHEVIKl .\insterdani. Oct. -F'rom the time j .Moses I'riizlcy. conuiii.s.sioner tor elec-' tions to the constituent assom- | bly of Russia, was assassinated late 1 in August, tip to Oct. 1. lis Postages, j including five priests, were shot by | the � Bolsheviki. according to Petro-I gi-ad dispcitches quoting the newspaper Pravda. Saloon keepers in N'ewark. X. .f., are warned against .Sunday sales. 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 toQsiilitis, due to wet feet.  Wear rubbers and keep well. Get rubbers for the children so tliey can keep well. To wear your $10 or $15 shoes in the rain or snow is poor economy vvhen good rubbers that cost so little save your shoes so much. There's a ^yle and shape (or every^shoe- for' rnen, women and children- in these six brands of reliable, well-made rubbers, sold by the leading shoe stores ft "Jacques Cartier" "Granby" "Merchants" "Dominion" "Manle Leaf" 'Daisy" Ask for these brands-they give the best wear. pliUed .'ipeclal arrangeniinits with the l/ominion Iron and Steel company for the erection of a Hteul mill for the voll-ing of .ship platp.s and lia.s nnriortalioii to p>irclifiHe I'iJO.odO Ions of tlio.se plales. sul'l'iclonl; to supply between Vr>0.0(lt) and SOO.OOO toii-s ofiietv .slilp.s. The industry has aboiU ;!."i,00t) men I employed nt high wiigeR- \* l� " I'll! [ tiling for Canada, fjut the thing to re. i member ik thai. Iln; foundnttpn ot this ijumense tndiiHiry would, hiivo been impossible buf^for tlie, money liel|l' jlhat the Dominion goVornme'iit wa.s I able lo give out of tho'procoeda pt lUo 0Victory l..oan. ' AUCTION SALE . OF HAVING RECEIVED INSTRUCTIONS FROM THE OWNER. WHO HAS DECIDED TO QUIT FARM'ING, I WILL OFFER THE FOL-LOWING'sTOCK and IMPLEMENTS FOR SALE at THE FMRFiELD FARM, 21/2 MILES S. of LETHBRIDGE OPP'OSITE THE DAVE WHITNEY RANCH, ON , , October 28 /tMKC B�-�:N launched SIh'ce jak.fi' f9tS, OP WILL BS LA uNCfieo 3i:FO.'7e- Ol^CEMB�R Tpr 7'97'e. 20 head of horses; L'O bond of milk cows; 20 head ot dry cows; IC head ot 2-year-old stecr.'i; I'.; head ot 1-year-old steers; 20 heart ot 2 and S-year-old hoiters; 15 head ot 1-ycav-old heifers; 20 head of calves: 50 young pigs: .'i pure-blood Diiroc .fersey boar I)lgs; .50 chickens; 2,'> turkeys; \ binder; 1 wagon water lank, 12 barrels: 1 Vagon and hay KtacktT; 2 wagons; 1 farm truck with I)Ox: i sot of sleighs; 1 cutter; 1 hay rake, side delivery; 2 international bull rake.s; ] disk drill; 3 disk; and many other small articles too numerous to mention. Tlie war hUiS given a ti'emeudous impetus lo sbip-'iiiflilins in Canada, Indeed, it-may ii- said liuu previous to liil-l the iiv^ln-try was dormant and liio war .".iiiilier! ihe revivifying touch. In tills ye;ir ot grace there will be compleii'.i in (.'anadiau yards over :;tS.000 to;;~ " tiomlt Paris. Oct. ;;.',.- President Wilson's reply to Gerniaay is eiidorse.'i i^mpiiat-ically by the morning newspaper.; without exceiiiion. .The Onevre e.v presses the general opinion in a ihree-colunin hi.ailline: : "Abdicalion, or capitulation.' The Matin says:- : "The formula employed iiy President ^^'ilson juiaifies in advance all the retiliirements whicli in iialriotic prudence statesmen ;ind military chiefs would fee) bound to speciry." The Petit Parisien: "Presideiu Wilson has spoken words ill rpi)ly to the latest note. He did not delay in isending the sensat-| ional docuim/ni. Only 24 �honr.^ puss-1 ed between tiiu time the German rejilyj was received and his note was .sent.. The president knew whither he-was going and made tio effort to I'.rap up j his tliouglit.iuforiiied 'the reichs-tag today XYi^xtpYT^t^ former fjoeijlilijffio^i'wr'of liie reich-j stag, li;i(l i)-pen �releas,eil from prison, j j where i, � was servjTJS a Henlence for j ,..itemp'rr| uetison.'" " OCTOBER THE 25TH. The sale v/Hl be held in the Ott Stand, 5th Street South, and will commence at 2.30 p.m. 350 PAIRS TO BE SOLD AT YOUR PRICE. Think of it! Some values as high as $8.50 pair. Absolutely no reserve, the highest bid gets the prize.-TOMORROW AT 2.30. ( ;