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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - October 28, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta t-4 PAGE SIX THE Lft.7Jlb�uf>GK DML? HERALD MONDAY WCTOBER 28, 1818 THINK THE TOTAL LITTLE TOO HIGH But Raymond Will Do Its Best to Raise Victory Loan Assessment VICTIM OF THE ! Disappears in the Wisconsin Timber Country May Become .1 Lumberjack ^ 1 Wolg-ist Khar en with Hn' NVteon tht distinction of befnr aaionVolga*t met at Point Richmond, t'.il . gain hi* health. [and their battle probably will remain The Michigan Bearcat, who leaped j a ring epic is* Jong an the figh* ga:n Into prominence almost over night, dls- j flourishc*. u marked the 1 -limux of .1 appeared several months ago and was series of premjer championship Unr-not heard from until he communicated in the lightweight division ar.d recently with friends in Milwaukee tof>onV wonderful exhibition with j lat�� .Toe Cans was *ri!l fr�---11 in memory of the fan-ni province. from present indications tleruuiny'* ruler* are Intent only on gaining time." The Times says "There is no now viewpoint iu the German reply except that, it seeks rather crudely to Impose upon I'rosident Wilson and the allies the initiation of proposal* for nn armistice. It is for the Germans to approach the naval and military commanders with the format petition for a cessation of wav " Consider Disappearance of Kaiser Amstardam. Oet. .--President Wilson*.** nolo to Germany was printed in the German newspapers on Thur^lay , evening end on Friday morning The VosslsohcZeltun*: of Merlin printed the re'urm-d recently.\ KngUsh text ftlowiftlde U\e tu>te in appe.sranee at the 1 (j^rman. Many papers apparently con gross jh to force the enemy opposing the H�(h atiit **�th Frettfh annlei. ev hausted by frifttless counter at tack1*, to begin a backward movement which is eventually bound to extend to the front before Itethel. This will open to the 1th army a double pas*ap** of the Aisne an 1 Ardemie* taunt F Wen Debenny s success wa*- won by i fhct'r hard fighting. The important Raymond. Oct. 2fi.-The Victory Konn Kxeeutlve for thla diatrlet met laat night to complain the organisation. The following individuals are the canvassers, X. X. Skouflon, J, 1>- Cost ley, U. S. Allen, i*. L. Puck. O. IF. Snow, n from Stirling; I). A. Bennett from W t'euthum. .1. \V. Kvans. the secretary, will meet these gentlemcnt for their final in-strnrttons tonight at the town hall. The executive hero fc.nl it it ponder-' una task to raise an much this year an it did last. hcMilcs the amount appoi-rloned if is f�u per cent. Jttoro than last year, while the Lethbrldge dla- trict's amount is lesn The Cardsion. Magrath und Uaymond districts have been given 5;tno,tHH>o to rais** while th(1 l.ethhridge Victory Loan district wa� given $�;uo,no�*. This district will have to rai,s�� $;hriil�e district will hav.-lo raise each. Knrthemorr. i,ef)i bridge the centre Industrially and the enemy attached to �t�ppt,K this I ^ner-Ully of this whole aouth co n- pas.age up the Oise may be gaiheretl (tl > ^ m"n w" ) lftW * from the fact that the Hermans v,, 1 rnv-d.ing mtereMs live mostl in Le h- jterday threw in three fresh divhloii- i,rMK*' Thn aro Uuiru, Him which, however, were knoeked (.ut !r,,i|I wht> wlnJ,Ml �J"n|,y On Italian Front : during the past year are thore. | her*- .:t! cut her first ! ('r.-M-t room*, wa- pr'^.-nted by , tumptalo wlthotit excessive hitueiu the + \ HiiT Adjustment Amonir the th.- members with memherjhip.! prospective disappearance of the Ho (ireat r'litfs is to Come After the War T.'^re' met:: :n Mi;g wo �� � 1 big a-lJU**!-1 Utter the f ^ u ^ IT T t * \ 4 1 * I f >. row. :\ m.-ludsng the offieial t-adec. for the In-taken bv her -itf. e the organlZH-of the 1 6.1VK m Macleod. The pee..' hes by Mrs. Staines and Other (members were very >hort and to the p..;nt. and all went home nappy after , tho ev- ntful evening ''iriiig the past Home a Oct. 27.--tlfM y fighting ',,rrt 111 took place Saturday in the Monte Orap district pa area, the ItnllaDs repulsing Austrian attacks, the war office report* 10-day, The Italian* raptured :�M prisoners In this region.  mi � n-.p;o*t h. r ' .1 ;>> Ta. 4 t announce that he had a job. * * ,1:1.1' �. � 1 � n .ii nut I ' - .:; ti.nr  i;.  .;,!! pr l v ,jli* * ' i;;**K + * henzollern dynasty. The cmpnror'� abdication N again strongly rumored to be impending It u no.eworthy 1 t|ial the. Krankfou Gazette hints at a doming sacrifice with comparative eVjuanlmlty and both the Herllu and ^ Frankfort stock exchange* .showed an , Improved tendency as a result of Tre !uf'il-'tt/a has spr* -el a ..-.-l,, maiiv ur'.v ca-*n v- t 1 + 4 1* . * t 1 4 �l& 1* + '1 t the C�i 4 h 1 ANDY THE RAD IATOR MAN WILL REPAIR YOUR RADIAT-OR^AND GUARANTEE THE WORK. Rear Dallas Hotel (Upstair*) bloodiest ever ?tag''d. A* th-' �^i.i ;, forty rounds Wolgast's youth h i-\ w [and the. "Durable Pan-"' wa- l-� a'-�*^ ti For two wars Wolgast � ap 1. >t STORACt BATTVRV SERVICE STATION HAVE YOUR BATTERY EXAMINED and taken car** of before the cold weather begins. 311 7th Street 8. Phone 61� his championship, tnkiiu on chr.n-.-.tit-over short route* hrou�h' oV' r � * * ^ ' > 1  , I l : v.. ,.,ir.. M- :  � w I * - ' A * fc * 1 - . l- P . , a 4 1 * * * - � - H � \ a 1' - > , ' * t, i' � � ilo^l-t ; .  1 �  � : \, ill \> '.0 1 .-t  . 'i ' � t * �',. * , - \ * ' � - � . � 1 1\ . i , V t � 1 1 4 . ,i , * 1 1 ' V % >. 1�. > h:- tr.at; u r. Jitc.tay 1 eat! 1 *;irig alt tV.i*-r h �v. J.'.i * 1: \V �rors l;i the l-'j- .->- -it. * *  - -t �* > ti o;:.- will h i\* ! �ach home in ^uaraV'.ne when a ca-^e * U rrporf.'d. Saturda> or.ler wa�� � -�u--ii iha* all should u, .tr ni.Hk.-i, and lie l ("rnm ladie* Iiok tip the Work , t'ld mrle ma;�ks tie- .(li who wanted or.ler is for few ca.ien row the country M":inonte colony l\deatheji or- the I.ethbridgo Victory Loan U or more banks* while in the t'ardston. Magrath nnd Ita.Miumd districtx only nix It noems that the l.ethhrldjte ehalrmsn cut his own hum. while thiMe districts had their'h hHm'(| off and handed to them It will he iyr easy matter for I.eth j bridge to earn the flag, while these IdNtrict.-* have n ponderou* ttifk I.eth-bridge will be able to boast of th�* amount oversubscribed while we will have to rower imder the fa* t. that have fulleii abort. The manager of the bank h*re stated "you're not half an well fixed an >uu i were last year to buy bond* " II S 1 Allen: "We will do the he.�t w-� c:ui ' .1 W. Kvans: "It*s for Victory, not th* i '.!'-m Ju-t how Ion ;-t r.of \v* Known IV �� Ve-'ji rep.trt�''t I -' ri. * - i-xt-.-j�t ;:.( of Ma d^od. ii1*:  -d la-^t tt � ek !'j ;t::Vv Davies, .1 ;-.o t\ hoar and : ! ^ .i � f-ikt-it iil a }!h Sii:;dinornMa: o- i ppeil ft ' flag we are working for" li S Alien !*ugge�ted that tl?.-as�ei.r* forward demand* "incompatible with! Tot onto .Oct * Meat li�rMimf1 *" mflUetlSH. He i* flirvlved hV IW� , , . , in the natKgrounu, �mih nf whom r.�-(,i.. o, -iw M�,,�t should have been based on th.? "Anger and shame an- bad lor I H>]|W v (u lh, hnt|h- lor.-*.'' -ays the l.ok.il Aiuelger of Iier-r"nl" Itn. which {. 1.d. the llghtwe.gh*: hu.'�- uif r^reiice \w  heir Its* ..tr Mitt hell, who w a .1 A Lewi-; who r**p ' tlo' Women's Miss* | Toronto and f tamli*; iy after having �pent j a \ery p!ea-;ir." ".;iu\ nt the great con-t'Ti'iltM held 1 ;.->e cities Her hus-\�and i^ expe.i home during " the coming with M.*mh� rs or r1;.. I O I>K and Hed HS spent Oct, 1'7. In a drive j uulitarv and othcrwj*o in ran.ola. to it* present h'ale of vfflcleni ^ '.\ week� ago the heuteuaiit govt\or (CONTISUKO FROM FRONT PACK) BASEBALL SLACKERS NOW in SHIPYARDS ARE RUDELY JOLTED It ^ vy 1- 1 AUTO TIRES OF ALL 8IZE8 VULCANIZED Br the Famous Haywood System RE-TREADING & REPAIRING By Experienced Workmen. A� work guaranteed. Special Equip* ment tor Him Cut Repairs. R. D. RITCHIE 208 13th St 3. Opp. EtHton Mfttt Vulcanizing! Have your tires and tubes repaired at the Central where you get dojjar for dollar's worth of service and all our work guar* anteed. Sectional, Blowouts, Rlmcuts. Spots and Kettle Re. treading a specialty. Central Vulcanizing Tire Service Station Rear of Dallas 227-0 New York. 0|L 21.-Prof�*�i3n- al baseball players In the deferred draft classes, who entered the shipyards when Qerterat Crowder's "Fight or Work" order became effective, are shocked to learn from Vice-President Charles Piez of the Emergency Fleet Corporation that the practise of paying high salaries to star ball players must cease* and that the athletes must hereafter do their full share of manual labor, Mr. Plaz has made It plain that he disapproves of the kind of pro fessfonallsm which has been thnv-ing In the shipyards, and that I '.*:.Y�T the llg-J** wi-l^h! -;"dU Welterweights TV uomsr -.in th" welterweight* Will he CMll.Td:. a'e.t Ted Ia*'^ N. Ivk HriMn:: J'-!i:i:iy *ir:'nth and H.'y.m howney, l;.*r hi-^l �'�{ The h;mch. who have hf'ii divtditu* �ip the monev in Hvi.-um f'.r the i'.t-i two or tun  Progress of the French French Army Headquarters, Oct - Heuier's correspondent cables: "This evening t#en Debeny's army. f*>r tnetr wot,. \\\Vy divided the dUjaftt,r xhtv.t* days and nlght� of iuce�. tr;(; and *W '...m* out to eaeh part j Bant fighting, d I�lodged the eiu�my so that all *vr, .vork�.-d oji the same j f rom u,e Hermann line, pursuing him day, They n-p  success all along thejto the next line u few miles north, in Itersetted liy streams, and here and Thonm* l>a-a.^o. who farm-* southUher*mng man of Raymond, died m t h*\ city on Suttda> of influenza He wa� 1 'J'.* vear; of age. and ha* s*v#�rel l�:oi* terday ami reached Moen and Hei* U�rt. which are tt anee toward Tournai. Scenes uf m-  teiue activity everywhere are to be | j witnessed in the back areas of our ( l�advauc&. Labor battalions drawn 1 i S T 1 t , I iinr?y (Jr**b u-.! in* a r.jr;i:bl:*bUi r 1 i** - 1h ( Ui* r Willi, i > !. p\ \'i\\\r ib ibh* tbat 4 # ('.nc.iiiy a .1: . oming '.s * t.o d'-lay ' * iiitieS 'i':.e! ritoM Front PaOl'l 'rom uI- �lliarl*-*rd vt iht} *lwbe ar*, ul * work Htrenuou*�iy making and mend- li :.oaiJ j 7 ^ s ^ a* 4 s Up !'j^h!i::i; aftt i' the .v.u' DRILLS 54 FEET IN LESS THAN EIGHT HOURS a iil c j 'i ii" !i".= *. > v.. �!�', i-fion j-> lol 1 ili;.e\> 'f, UKlle-KO aiUcjl fnnil^f-- '1 (!.-!' lieaV >' �V i in armistice mubt he ot-it not be needlessly enumerating the latest Germany, including .-rfident WiUon, ex- ENGLISH WOMAN IS MARVEL AS SWIMMER l Juneau, Alaska.-Alaska's record U,r the largest footage accomplished with u diamond drill In eight hours U ci4i.11-ed by Gua Hf-ardon, an employee of the Midas mine, on Valdez hay. Hear-don broke down all known Alaska records this week when he drijled i>A feet in le$� than e*ght honrj. London. O : L'l �-r. the Sfiuh'-i'ii Ml;- USED CAR DEPARTMENT Mitchell Touring, 1917. Ford Roadster, 1914. Ford Touring, Special Equipment, 1917. Ford Touring, 1917. Maxwell Roadster, 1917. M-ihel Fier(]t. bounties i^e yard � Iim, w tM'i*iv-',h* ,-.^0 j broke (he Ijf'ei'e/U- CeC*.'ld 1nV ,\ WijioaU l�y swimming over the loiu'-dis'anc*' , ehampii>ii^hiip * �mi� 10, from iy:w 10 I'm- � ijey Hive mile, and .-dxtv yard.-�i in 1 1 hour 11! titmute.i and 1'4 .jecoml-i han | just accomplished another great performance by lowering tha\ time by four . ndnnte.s .md i'J �d 1^. Her new v.v.n: , ... i was 1 hour. . minutes and 4J .second.-?. !.i , ,,,>,., Tins beats the unie %il L\. of t:i � win- ' jj,,. -v.-i'! liter.- of tio- ni'.-nV champIouMtin over (..." . !work strenuously making ing roadn, while eastward a flowing \ -.......... ........ w� flood of lor ri e.*. troop*, gun*, wagons. ;ng steps to end hos-1 and lioraed �eem never ending. .- nn justification In] French Proareas A-hMf can be hud for! J'arhs, Oct. _'7 On the -to-milo front between tin* OUe and the Ai*ne th�* Kreieh maintainttd their prensum and on the left have made important gain*, according to the official statement U iued today by ihe war office. They have captured four villages between the Glue and the Herre and along the Serre, have penetrated the enemy po-j*ortend enough, foint-1 altlona. Hit* eon Slaaone and (*ha-end of the ntghimare ! tea,ul*oreien. on Oct. 2*1, the French an appearance of the 1 took more than ^,ilO prlaoiiers. A New Retreat | I'gris, Oct. 28.-Uermany'tf armies! 'J'h'- i>;>;;. Jail bopea and believes j have* begun a new retreat, this time j the alt:. ..; Kot do anything so ' between the Oiae and the Aisne. lien* fooli-i,' a - ...mediately to djscjoae J Uebenny'a 1st army, in the face of the iev:n in 1, which they are willing ' stubborn reaUtanco and repeated county grant an .a\;:j.-itire. The payer say* tor-attacks, has succeeded in swing* the uucHtiou and, after; east. It has reached tfulse and the Kumniarizir.;' :u- moat recent httppon* I Gulae-Marle road, driving the enemy �.iuy, declares, in effect. ' - altered there. The Nice Little Distinctions" th.- riir-ir''-! '� � J The i\; '"'ii, r r' * f o  Hie l'�-piy claims f I jj� lug {o a - j..-. � aid intt f, t'TUO viui;  You know how much of the success of any Suit or Overcoat depends on what theFrenchcoll^TlieniceliUledislinctions1', It it not an extravagance to wear well-made clothes, of good materials. In fact, ii U nn economy, because Fit-Reform Clothes w�*r &o much longer, and look �o much better, that their cott per season is ectuatly !c�s than any others you can buy. A great many men-who come to us year alter year for their clothe* -have proven the economy of Fit-Relorm to their complete satitfacboo. 1 * itictate^l." Don't Be Foolish ;. Jail bopea and believes 2M McKKLVIE & McGUIRE UVrifBKIDOE 1 before K. Oen. Oebenny la now In a position the /amdi-'.uo (1, including tb-.K e made by the ivorlu's t hamnion, ,1 A J-Arvtr, owti.i, by the way, co.o^ted --, l-'leteheri when Ik- won the1 rM\s chamidoririhip in 1 -''V T-^'t. ' . l'"'l'; al-:o li liilliugtot.*^ ' Uw, , and i*. Jiadmli^vio'.s in l!>o.\ BUOU MOTOR PARLORS, LTD. "THE HOUSE OF SERVICE" sss* 1  HttU in the hands of ' paper sa>'K. "It will he nnie * 1 'n for Marshal I'och to tin >-*r.'f -i when that Kword haa heen hrok- a surrendered" Tiie r.r.cj.i.Uutde of the reply may convincing evidence ut .:ny'rf desire and need of j-ayn the f'orit. *'Dr. ncisrf regarding far-reach ^re. not very hatinfaetory, :iiing hut* happened that arf yet mu'k- m anything fundamental . lm�� h- ii  n 1 need iu (ivnitany except I thi:^ e\pe.ion 0f victory. 'lii'- tir-t condition of un armistice hi that Ceunatiy nhuJI be unable to hreuU or n-fvihe the eondiliujia the ;�Uies uh tai-v if the (lerman govern-inent. inc.n- hualuesK it will send r to push rapidly along the upper Oiso) valley toward Hiraon and Vervine through a levoi country devoid of j streams. The first result of his pro l ' l* A *'' 1 'A' 1' )�.i �} ! 'in :ir(.i! ' ;'oli s ;t::- i;i i h ;!t^.-! JlOWeVet - 1 Central Garage AWL KINDS OF AUTO REPAIR WORK HANDLED PROMPTLY AND CAREFULLY STORAGE ACCESSORIES BATTERIES PHONE 1023 Old Roller Rink, cor. 3rd St. & 4th Avenue 8.1 Lethbrldge W, H. DOWLING W. S. COOK Store Your Car We can store your car for $5.00 per month in the Woolen Mills. , This is a practically fire proof building. We have also made arrangements to take care of your storage battery for $1.00 per month. BAALIM MOTOR BACK OF UNION BANK LEAVE YOUR Otft TIRES AND TUBES IN OUR REO CROSS BOX ;