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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - October 26, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta SATURDAYrpCTOBER 26, 1918 Lrfl IBHIDGE * - � DAILY HiiKALlJ x'AGE FIVK Germans Putting Up a Stubborn Resistance With thcL American Armieg Northwest of Verdun, Oct. 26.- (2 p.m., by AsBoclated Press). - The gains made Friday by the American troops east and west of the Meuse were maintained today In spite of violent enemy op-positjon and harassing artillery fire against the Amerlcarf front lines and the areas in the rear. On the extreme left the Americans have strengthened their hold on the high ground In the southern part of the Bourgogne wood. CERMANS fight DESPERATELY With the British Army in France, Oct. 26,.-The Germans were fighting desperately today on the new line along the Scheldt canal and the Rhonelle river in the region of Valenciennes to which they had been forced by the British encirslino movement north and south of Valenciennes. fn the fighting Friday the British made deep dents in the German defenses north and s-outh of Valenciennes, in spite of the determined resistance of the enemy. Violent fighting on Italian FRONT Washington, Oct. 26.-Violent fighting continued today on the line where the Italians with the British co-operating launched a A Economize! USE Old Dutch Cleanser for cleaning ^ ' and scouring Tinware Graniteware Woodwork Oilcloth . Linoleum Enamelled Sinks and Bath Tubs Cutlery Refrigerators Better and cheaper than Soap. new offeniive agilnst the Austri-ans yesterday. A Rome dispatch to the Italian embassy &ays the 4th army frustrated attempts of the enemy to reconquer territory loet' yesterday and has en-la'rged Itl^alns, The message also said that Italian troon.t continued to advance along the lower Mati, in Albania, and that the Albania tribesmen are taking up arms and are fighting under Italian colors.' Heavy fighting continued all day Friday^ irt the Monte Grappa region, but the Italian 4th army maintained its positions and extended them at some points. The strong position of Monte Pertica, northweet of Monte Grappa was carried by the Piaso Brigade and detachments. ITALIANS TAKE PRISONERS Rome, Oct. 2�.-In the successful assaults against the Austrians along the Piave and west of that river, the Italians have captursd more than 2,000 prisoners in the last 24 hours, the war office announced today. Released Big Territory Washington, Oct. 2(i.-.Summarizing the situation on the western battle- I GERMAN KAISER Some Think Wilson Does Not Demiind That Kaiser Must i^cave Thsone IjOikIoii, 0(,-t. "ti,-tJpj'nian uowspap-';r.s are (ILscuHHini; oimiily wIicUkt tin; abcliciilion of Williuin llohonziilleni, tlie Oormuri ruler, Ik nncf^HSiiry to ol)-tiiin peacfi ,"ov C!orni;iiiy. A Copenhagen (IlKpalcli to llio li.xclinnKf Telctsrapli company says thn view hp.ld In Gor-niany is thai l'r��itleni Wilson dooK not demand Uio rulorK' al)dication, hut Avill rost satisfied with deniooral.ic lievelopinout of Gonnnn , political institutions. The Franlcfort ZeitunK soys the monarch is confronlod with the great-fist difticnities in making the. personal decision wlieth'^r Germany shall surrender or negotiate. 11 expresses the hope thai he will make "a speedy and clever decision." Divided Opinion LIMIT N OF MENNONIIES Order Issued Definitely Bringing New Mennonitcs Under Military Service Act LIBERAIED PEOPLE JOYFULLY WELCOME Ottawa. Oct. 3li.- Ali.iinonite aurt i)(nikhobor exemption from military service has been atrliM.v limited. P..v order-in-council today 'lie Kovci'nnient confines such exempl-i"" to thn original eni)gT.anl. colonies with whom the iirrangomonts were nude and their descendants, who havo continued to Glorious Tii-Color Hreaks Out As Soon as l^ast Hun Out of Sight (Huy :i Virti.i-y J!t,nin With the (.'anadian i'^irces, Oct. -'.V -iHy .J. V. B. i.lvesHy. Canadiar. PrcsK correspondent I.- To traverse the aren r.Htions to civilians, wllh tl'ic niimljcr i;onstanlly Krowlng. Piteous Condition Piteous v.-a", the condition of the Hrillsh prisoners, say ti'.e peasant with whom liicy were allowed no contact, tmt even so much .t.s to offer thci7i a A Brutal Prussian Individual instances of brutality are reported. A .sergeant was quartered with an aged couple. He consistently robbed them of their rations, forcing them to live on potatoes. When they complained he beat tlie old lady over the head, knocking down her aged husband when he sought lo interfere. Before leaving, this brutal Prussian saw to it thai all the vegetables in the garden were taken up and trampled. The Canadian corps i.s now issuing LF BUSY ES New Record at Winnipeg Winnipeg. Oct. 2fi.-The Spanisli in (Buy a Victory Bond) Paris, Oft. 26-Stripping every fac- Bhip refused to sail it they were aboard. The men said that they would fluonza epidemic hroice all records, sail without pacifists and pro-Ger-hcre today when a leal) forward to fiO mans.-Mr. Henderson and his two cases before noon was reported. Two com))anions left the ship and hailed a tory in St.' Quenlin. the Germans car-! more deaths were reported. Twenty- taxi-cab, but the driver refused.-to take I'ied off all models and designs and two of tlie new cases were, among the them and they had to carry thoir even the accounts of the various com-niilitar.v, and all barracks and military luggage to Ihe station. Jlr. Hendorf.on panics were removed. The municipal hospitals, except the exhibition subsequently stated In London that he authorities ask that an allied or neu-grotinds" camp, wore placed under' was going }.o Paris lo meet Samuel jtrnl commis.'sioii visit the city soon to rinarantine. YOU OWE IT TO YOUR COUN/TRY or aim Edison You owe your family the best AIUSIC, and musical Instruments / that can be bought. Supply thcin wlti the best. . ORDHEIMER-EDISON THE BEST THAT MONEY CAN BUY CASH OR TERMS Ca., Ltd. "EVERYTHING MUSICAL" 315 SIXTH STRBET SOUTH PHONE 1645 Gompcrs in connection with the or-^ the falsity of the statement ganiriation of the world's labor conference after the war. A SERIOUS FUEL EMERGEMOW made by Dr. Solf, the German foreign ; secretary; thai the city was destroyed by shells from the allied artillery. ' Such a visit would also, they: say, es-ii!blish,that the German depredations were actuate-.l by a determination to crush the economic life of France. THERE ARE TWO VIEWS of wallpapering, one is that it beau-lifiOK a wall, another that it gives actual warmth to it. Both are right, hut, of course, it depends on the paper. RICH DESIGNS. CHOICE SHADES are numerous among our large assortment of high-grade Wallpapers, Floral effects, scrolls and stripe effects in the patttJrns. Price phenomenally low. Wellington Bros. The Decorators ' SHERLOCK BUILDING UNCONVENTIONAL IDEAS in monuments find us ready to carry them out to the last detail. If you liave an idea for a memorial of unusual character cprae and see us or have us call "and see you. We feei sure we can soon convince you of our ability to produce perfectly in stone the idea you have in mind. Lethbridge Monumental and Cut Stone Works R, Needi. Prop. 8th Street S. Remember when death enters your homo that no funeral is too economical for us to sympathetically take charge of.  WE MANUFACTURE a special line' of caskets, and 38 we do all the work ourselves this enables us to sell at a remarkably low price. Our FUNERAL PARLORS are equipped with all modern conveniences. Come in and ask us more about theiu. MacKAY & BELL^ 803 Third Ave. South Phone 180?. Lethbridge, Alt*.  Motor Equipment To Open the Victory Loan Campaign Monday will start at NEW time Watch for Parade Monday its 1 A Few More Recruits Are Now Required for DRAfT Kfjly at viice R. N. W. M. Police Barracks m. P. P. not liable Xcrth Day. Out.. Ocl. 2G.-The charge .against 7.. JMageau. i\I.F.P., tor _ . ! the district of Sturgeon Falls, for ein- I ploying men contrary to the provisions Toronto. Oct. 2C.-The outbreak of ,� uie Militarv Service act. was dis-Spanish influenza ' lias demoralized mfssed. Evidence admitted was to labor conditions in the mining districts gft-gR, ,1 nian was einploved from which Ontario draws its supply ,,y ji,g foreman of a field lumber of fuel. Most discouraging reports ^^.i,!,.,, ^r. Mageau was man- havo reached the Ontario tuei admiu- .^^,,,0 ;,howed a letter thai he had istration within the past, feu'days and ^g^^ exempted from mililarv service, the administration considers it neces- ^i.e court held that Mr. Mageau was sary to notify by ^vire every coal Hable dealer in the province that events have, ' ' ___ ........_ taken a critical turn and that a serious fuel emergency exists in Ontario. . i. RAlSED:.OVERv A MILLION DOLLARS ? ; ? ? ? ? ? : ? ? ? ? Ottawa, Oct. 2ii.-While no official figures arc availahle yet, sufficient returns have reached military headquarters to show that suljscription funds for the Kni.^hts of Columbus huts have been remarkable. Five hundred thousand dollars was set for the- Dominion. More than $1,000,000 has been raised. DEATHS IN TORONTO Toronto. Oct. 2fi.-There are now 930 patients and nurses under treat- \ ment in Toronto, exclusive of military j patients in the base hospital. Since i yesterday afternoon there have been Kt deaths an average that is being ** steadily muintnino'd throughout thp *\\-eeK-. A __ RUN ON BANKS IN GERMANY ^ .> .> .. .J .;. .> ,;. .> ,4.. Amsterdam, Oct. 25.-Public anxiety over the solvency of the empire apparently Is becoming acute in Germany. The hoarding of money has become so rampant as -to cause great inconvenience. There has been a general run on banks, EMPLOY OUR QUICK RELIABLE SERVICE OUR BIG FURNITURE VAN AND AUTO VAN IN-SUTIES CAREFUL HANDLING WITH NO JARRING OR SCRATCHING YOUR PIANO OR FURNITURE. CHARGES REASONABLE. The McLean Transfer 313 SIXTH STEET S. PHONE 1087 u PLAND f^RAIRIE HA ROCK BOTtOlS^ PRICES Y Patterson, McKinnon & Bell Union Bank Building Lethbridge 35?008 05057? 81 10 ;