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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - October 28, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta MONDAY (TM'.TOntifl 28. 1!)18 T/F. T.ftl "[nninCiK IMJLY HF.HAU3 PAGE FIVF Germany Looks For Austria's Capitulation London, Oct. :'S.- iHrlllxh wireless i dial Oulineo. miles cant of Finnis, poi'vlcel. -Ah the British siiul lta,hins along tlic riiivc miiko pi-ogrens In enlarging the bridgehead oust or il�: II wis Hluli.'il uiioft'ii'iallj thai .17 nelsons "!:."d in Winnipeg .-nice Friday of tin' risen so. lieallli official.-; are bringing ill more ' rinp" 111 measures to AUSTRIA YIELDS ALL 1SIE TER prevent III. read of llie pin- Mgo mm men T BROCKVILLE. ONT. s Ti 1111111 � i::'\ '. Hi '. .ili;;,: i ml ih-t e-i \ i- ''t:("/ i,n ;;i>' cause fit pi' ice I believe- tliat Ih" unipli int .-'ii'l vi coininii" our -1 sending of t'citit'oi'i i will proceed Without c Germany a-rep! . die 1,11 ditions. thai ha ;;a incil 1 re.'�� 11 of Canada lo til"' 1 � f 1 *� 1 of the possibiliiv 1 will he a '-iisppit- ton 1 nl' lei iii'm 1 i-iiie;,; � OVr til. Snrprje \v;i- e\pres to li.r iituiiii" 1 mild iliorts wouhl lie !l!e,| ,1 .:..r. e |,.. I'tlfUt a if pi aie 1.', tn for war. The Uli'lll- ovi'l'se.is '"s-atinii until I Ili'Jir cilll- , Basel, Oct. 28.-Amtria-Hungary, in notifying President Wilson that it is ready to enter upon i>tc? negotiations and arrange an armistice, asks President Wilson, in it-, reply to him. to begin overtures on the subject. The AuBtrp.Hunrj. ije foreign minister instructed the Austro-Hungar-ian min:cter at Stoc>lolr.i yesterday to ask the Swedish government to send the following not" to the Washington government: "In reoly to the not- of President Wilson of the 19th of this month addressed to the Aust i-Hong^rian government and giving the decision of the president to so�ak directly with the Austro.Hungarian government on the question of an .^1 irrstice. snd of peace, the Austro-Hungarian government has the honor to "declare that equally with the preceding proclamations of the prssiri'"'.! it adheres also to the b.irne point of view contained 111 the last note upon the rights of the Austro-Hungarian peoples, especially thos� of thr C-'cho-Slovaks and the Jugo-Slavs. "Austria-Hungary, accepting all the conditions the president has laid down for the entry into negot;ations for an armistice and peace, no obstacles exist, according to the judgment of the AustroHungarian government to the beginning of these negotiations. "The Austro-Hun^"'! ian government declares itself ready, in consequence, without awsi'mg the result of other negotiations to enter into negotiations for near.- between Austro-Hungary and the states in the opposing group and for an immediate armistice upon all Austro-Hungarian fronts. "It asks Preside'. Wilson to be so kind as to begin overtures on this subject." The Austrian not-; is dated Oct. 28 at Vienna and is signed by Count Julius Andrassy, the new foreign minister. it ion Carnation Mi the ideal milk supply DO you know why Carnation Milk has replaced ordinary milk in so ninny homes? Vnii must In- interested-if you arc purlii'iilnr or anxious, as many are- 'iiiioul tlif milk you u*\ Carnation Milk is evnporalod to (he ciiiiii^iciicy of taken frmii it. Nothing is added. No s'.vce|ciiiiij� or prcsrrvulivp.*. It. I.'cj^ its freshness, hrcaiiSR it is sealed li^lil. while still fresh, and lieeau.se it is sleiili/ed. ' Wlicii Mm add an cipial quantity of purr, water to Cirii.itiun .Milk yen "briiifi haAii'l.. Your (Jrocer- the Ca-nation Milkman Onler a few can*. Ti:c new lull 1. 11 IT, linliis as iiiiicli milk as thr "tnu!l � an. .' ' f..'!cii MTviiiK milk ttint i� nnif'irni!> i-"�" i. Jcfr � ;u safe to drink. HVi; shal Liman \'.ui Sand mam!"!' of 111" Turki: drew I"."On of h;, 1'j.m tiled toward Kataiia. A Turki -sit rear-Kiiar Aleppo, but it put up tioa. Hefore ri'tlrinu ti'. i;uai'il In.rued tile railroad sta most ol 111"' railroad --lock. Tie inn Turks are now Indnu put the liriii-li cavtilry. Americans Participate Pari-. Oct. :>. The l-'renc'i co'.itiiiiie their advnnce Jii'TWecn lite Oi�e and 'he Al-ne. especially on tile left flank. ap on . wiih- IHUl i" uj!i. ) -i-a tear-in ami ctr. at- 1",1 -,y The ivii litre of 111" Sen Alll'T : i^lit inc :ieil oat a � ilev made office today reports tin Mill \ north of Cr.'c ,1 the u unit - n.i' ''i. !"'." 1-1 "if Ui'tliel 1111,1 li.,\e car 1 local ojieiat ion in v.h n h :in nilv.uii.....'' one kilonie. in Oremont wood. Artillery lUhtiiu; the Every house well painted is a house protected. Tl 111 paint-protected house is a weather-proof lioune. The paint-neglected building cannot cacupe deterioration and e'ecuy. With liuildinic muteriali! co�Une what they da to-day, you niniply cannnt afford to leave your house without tIts weather protection which only a good paint cnturei. What i* good paint> We can answer tliat queition-knowing yre do that 1 there is one paint which tully meets every requirement. Our advice is to use only the kind guaranteed byits mnker� to poawai astl'. transmitted to} the rdiiH' department today, say den j Lllileiulorff resigned his pust us I'li.-t j i|Uartermas>i'r�eneral ami real leader j of the Uennuu army as a result of a j conjpleto disaKivewent* with Trliice pMaxiniilian, the ihaneellor. There whs 110 possibility of a rueoiu llk.llon, lU'irOnlltii; lr> the advices ami the em-J peror was compollc.l to accept Liidon-dorff's i'OMlKiialJon. AeeordliiK 10 a dUputch from Swli-zri'laud today, (Jen. I.tldeiulorff's sue-cessor probahly will he Con. von Seclu, who dm ins the war was Mac-keiispn's chief of staff in liouiiiaiila. Gen. von Hosski'OIKo ulso Is said to lie mentioned In some quarters: for the plare. The .latter ilurliiB the last two years participated In the, battles of the Somme and hi Flanders. Turks Withdrew London, Oct. -When Ilrttlsli armored cars and cavalry ca^tio In sight U" east of AttiRny, eaptiiriim I": pri .oiief.-. th" siatetnetit add'.. The \ni-1 rican ailvaitce was made in t>:,. region of th" fores; l-'aiams. hem.,a \ 111 ir ;i> and Vine i|. Abandon City Vienna. .Sunday. Oct. -(i\i.t London 1 - -The Austro-Oe; man-, have nli.iuduiird tiie town of Krairiiievatz, mih's southea.st of lli'li;r,i(le. lo the ; Hied ttuops iliii'iilK rearmia. d fi;;lu-j:i>:. aci oi'diim to an uiiielal siate mclit from Au.-tro-1 Innijariau general he:id(|ii:irlcrs. In Albania, it is added, lllcl'e h.ls been nolllillK Ot ~pt'(.'ial im- iiortalH c On Italianj Front \'!"ll!..ideriiiK tiie eleariliri out of the St Mllliel sallcnl as a local at iair.fctiie Alllellr in .HillV ill a few ,(H)0 prisoners. Vienna ruporu the recapture of Mont Asolouo, between the -Brenta und the Piuvo, and the repulse of Italian efforts elsewhere, on the mountain front. In northern Serbia, tho Austro-Germnns have given up Kragulevatz. r�5 miles Houthoast of Ilelgrndo. Tho town formerly was tho main Serbian Jfr.vjeual �nd is of vital strategical imyortuueo. orl under such conditions; and in in* opinion the railways ought..lo be ad vised thai demurrage ought, not, tr he charged ami that. If necessary th" appropriate amending order should he mad" ;,.s- of this date." niia.v.i. Oil. 2> -The influenza epi-; dcmii i i-espon.-'ibl" for a ruling issued I i toda.i hi Sir Meiiry Drayton, chairman ; , ot tin' boar.I of 1 ailw ay^commissioner.-. Th' .I'.iiic- Slieare.' 1 lunpany. of Mont-1 real, brought the qii' � ; ii ill In the notice i 1 of the board. They a -i that demurrage .limine, ,-bolllil be ii. Id up till III" epi-.  (lemii -iili-iih'S as ...lids are praclic-j ally li'-'l u[i owin� ah en'tupla d ' when : in ill"' .'.iva^c- worked by thr� , epidemic mi their eiuplnveos. The mat-j t"r i- one ali-oliite|y lievnnd their eon-1 iti-ol. !>"Uiurrng" ought not to he charg-; UNCONVENTIONAL IDEAS In motiiiui'iits find 11- ntnly to carry ilii'iu out to the last d'" i.iil. If you h;.4,- an id'1 1 for a memorial of nnu-ual iharactir come and s�v us or have u.- call and s.'c vnii. We feel Mire W'o can soon I'onvinf you of our ability to produce perfectly |u stor.e the id"'a you have \n niind. Lethbridge Montimental and Cut Stone Worlii R. Needs, Pre?. 8th Street S. A Few More Recruits Are Now Required for SIBERIA DRAFT Apply at once r.n.w.m. Police Barracks SHORT NOTICE OF AUCTION SALE TOMORROW, TUES. October 29th COMMENCING AT TWO O'CLOCK SHARP AT MR. VIRTUE'S RESIDENCE, HENDERSON LAKE (TAKE THE RED LINE CAR AND ASK FOR VIRTUE'S CROSSING) FRANK WADDINGTON VWILL SELL BY PUBLIC AUCTION A QUANTITY OF SUPERIOR HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE And eifects including: Verv handsome PIANOFORTE IN MAHOGANY CASE by Stanley: fine mission OAK DAVENPORT, makes full size bed; writing desk; mission oh I: screen; two-piec") OSTERMOOR MATTRESS: CABINET SEWING MACHINE; arm chairs and nrhcr-; kitchen chairs; splendid carpet square, 9,1"' dri'.-.-i r.-. ,si.tml..; four brass tr'nimed beds and sprlng.s; inattrcssi",, washing machine; v.rlnger: kitchen sundries; dishe--, etc., ami al o a "inutility of BLANKETS, QUILTS, BED SPREADS, SHECTS, PILLOW SLIPS, ETC. TERMS CASH ' PHONES 770-16?, AUCTION SALE OF CATTLE AND MACHINERY HAVING RECEIVED INSTRUCTIONS FROM THE OWNER, WHO HAS DECIDED TO QUIT FARMING, I WILL OFpER THE FOLLOWING STOCK AND IMPLEMENTS FOR SALE AT THE FAIRFIELD FARM, 2V2 MILES S. of LETHBRIDGE OPPOSITE THE DAVE WHITNEY RANCH, ON Monday, October 28 "0 head of horses; 20 head of milk cows; 20 head of dry cows; 15 head of 2-yonr-old ulcers; 124ieatl of 1-year-old steers; 20 bend uf 2 and :i-year-old heifers; 15 head of 1-year-old heifers; 20 head of calves; nu young pig*: 5 pure-blood Dtinjc Jersey boar pigs; 50 chickens; 2.r, turkeys; l binder; I .wagon water tanK, 12 hurre-U; 1 wagon an4 hay stacker; 2 wagon*; 1 farm truck with, box: 1 set of .sleighs; 1 cutter; 1 hay rako, side delivery; 2 International bull rakes; 1 disk drill; 1 disk; and many other small articles too numerous to mention. 1 Pure-blood and Registered Shorthorn Bull, 3-years-old. 3 Pure-blood and Registered Shorthorn Cows. TERMS CASH SALE START3 AT 1.00 O'CLOCK 8HARI� ALEX, McLEAN, Auctioneer, Calgary, Alta. CHAS. FREEMAN, Owner ;