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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - October 29, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta MONDAY OCTOBER 28, 1918 Bitter Fighting Still . Around Valenciennes THE LRTTBRTDGE DAILY HEUAt'O PAGE FrVE Italian Headquarters on the Piave, Monday, Oct. 28.-(By the Associated Press)-King Victor Emmanuel watched the allied soldiers make the difficult crossing of the Plave. He was dressed as usual In a uniform made of the same material as that of private soldiers. The king was under the fire of tlie Austrian gun3 and was at various points where gas shells and shrapnel were falling. He spent much time near where there was a heavy bombardment to prevent the allied passage of the river. Bitter Fighting Willi (lu> KHU^i Armies in lYance mid UclKltmi. Oct. L".i-(Hy tho Ahso-rlntcr! I'l-csm.-Hlllrr fighting look placo today near the Mont Thny wood, iiortInvent of Karma*, south of Valenciennes. Tho Hermann eountenitttiek. �mI the llritlnh in tin' wooiIh ami latest reports are Unit parts of the forest ore. held liy both sides. Returning Stores to Germany Copenhagen, Oct. i;ii.-Aii official dispatch from Switzerland said that. :-ovoral high Herman officials linil arrived lu Vienna. In (he last few day* from occupied Rumania and reported that, not a slnglo Herman civilian i'e-jniiluod In liuchnrcM. The Herman military nntliorlttont with the fingers If yon will apply directly upon the corn n f':\v drops of frcezonc. fays a (Mnrinnuit authority. It (s claimed that at small i'n^: one can net it quarter of hp. ounce, of frcezonc at any drilK store, v. hlcii Is sufficient to rid one's feet of every corn or callus without pain or soreness or the dancer of Infection. This simple drug, while- sticky, dries the moment it is applied ami doe.s not inflame or eyen Irritate the Rurrcrondtng tlss.uo. Thin announcement will interest many women here, for It Is said that the presetif liielihe�| foof-� is putting corns on practical!} every woman's feci. - Advert of Verdun, Oct. 29.-(Uy Hie Associated 1're.ns)-Three Herman airplanes urn bellovcd to heve heen brought down in at) aerial hatllo late Monday between an American patrol of eight machines and 111 lie ruin lis. 'Phe American patrol had attacked four Herman machines when nine other enemy airplanes Joined In. When the lhi;e Ho.nusn niHehlfios were seen to fall the other ten turned tall and 1 esi aped. The American machines returned safely. German Report l'.erlln. Oft. _i�.~-(Via Hondonl. -j North of Valeticlennivt Monday tier- ; man troopn repulsed strong detach- ( meals which altetnpli'd to cross I Ik.- j Scheldt northwest of Condi', according I to the official statement from Herman ' general headuuartern. South of Val- | enelunnes. the temporarily j penetrated the Herman line. I Archduke Commands j Italian Headquarters on the I'iave. j Out. 'Jfi.-(liy the AsHOcinted I'rossl.-I It. is reported that Archduke .losepli I-'crdlnaml has roplnced Hetl. Horoevic : as the Austrian comtuanffer on the , front alonK the IMave i French Official j The 1'ieinh official i-tateinriit reads: ' "The artillery tire has been rather' lively In the region of the Oise, espec- | tally opposite Criimlc Verly. In the i course of the night, the I-'rencli over-j coming the resistance of the Hermans, [approached ellfhlly nearer to Unlse. ' i We captured thn barracks and hospi-1 tal near the railway station and the ] first Hue trenches noulh of the din- j "More to (hi- south we have passed | 1 beyond the I.ouvry farm. On the ; right of the I'eron. I'rench elements eoiiilniie to progreis ea-t ot .\lmi-l cheau-li-Neuf and have taken fnrlv . . prlsoner:;. On the front id Hi" Serre. � there ha- been (treat machine i;un activity. I'reiich patrols everywhere are ill contact with the enemy." j "Hold Fait" Says Hindy ! Willi the Americans N'orthwe-t ot Verdun. Oct. �. - "Mold fast an armistice lias not yet been concluded." is the word sent to the Herman troops by Field Marshal Von llindeiibuig, thief of the general stuff. according to a captured document now In Hie hands ot the Aitier'.�tut*. The appeal ;reads. ! "Herman soldier* be vigilant. The I word 'armistice' is tiirrcni in the .irenches and ramps, hut we i-ave not yet reiicheil tliat point. To loine the � word repieseiits a cnrtiiinty; to other.-. , it Is even a synonym of the peace so lotlif desired, Tiley believe Hint 'events no longer depend upon them. Tlie vigilance is relaxed, their courage and their endurance, as -veil as their rfplrlt of dufiance toward th" � enemy arc diminished. j "We have not yet reached our aim. I The armistice ha* not been concluded. The war Is still on-the same war as ever. Now. nn>re than ever, yon must 1�-vigilant and hold fast. You arc upon FRESH AIR BEST FOR 'FLO PATIENTS I'rovinci.'il iJotird of Health Issues InslriU'lions to Doctors iind Nurses Edmonton, Alts.. Oct. 20.-The provincial board of health today issued instructions to the medical men and nurses in the province. One paracjr.mli rendi, "fresh air Is most important in the treatment of these The patients in most cases improve immediately they get a plentiful supoly of fresh air. They should be well wrapped up with only the head exposed and if possible on fine days they would be better outside if they could be carried out on a stretcher. They should not be allowed to walk," Attendants chould only wear masks two hours at a time, then thoroughly sterilize. A special vaccine is now beinrj oreoarcd in the laboratory and will be ready In 3 few daye. It will not be for sale. It will be distributed by the medical health officer. The material for the vaccine has heen obtained from fatal case-, of pneu monia in Edmonton. Recedes In Ontario Toronto. Oct. 'JS. \. e from various point* in Hi" province indicate that the ppldcmi fluenza has reached it cotnnifin ed to recede a mimliiy- of deaths t number of new case. dine. ' There were lc4 rfc-iibs from pilfii-inoiila and Hi indii -n/a reported at the Toronto cl'y ilcrk's uiliie from Saturday nooii until thi-i evi nine Churches will Sunday and schoTils and theatre- .\ Rapid Decrease Moiireal. Oct. �>>. Iiiriu'll/.a -t.iti-tlc* published this mornini; .-'now the epidemic to be rapidly p.i ~ini; away. Tlie ill'llll reported IVer.' L'll ,nil new cases l',i; Surrender Fleet To Be Demand Upon Germans LONDON. Oct. 29.-As part of the terms of an armis-i ti:e the Evening News says it understands the allied nations |will insist upon the surrender of the German fleet, including' ! all the German submarines, and upon the occupation by allied j forces of all the fortified towns on the Rhine. P u IT DOES NOT DIFFER hi The Day's War Summary 1. Ocf. iT.-Cntinf. effchael Kar-"l.'i and the Itadleal Socialist partv, after a conference at Budapest. h:ive decided upon seIK.ri,te uTid iiatiotinl autonomy of Ilunraiv ;ij,) have agreed up'-n the follow\:ik p;-or�ram: -MMilniun of the (oeseiil parliemeri-"'� front northwest i>; While the all . mites, the lleavie  CoiicRliano and 11. tbati thi'e luil'"1 of the river and I are within two n. Oderzo. there has : tend in force lh>- Apparently tl, iniil the Urejitu w  einniy from the t. are lielllB rushed offensive to the ii' In addition to ii reserve. Kast of th" i1 is enclrclinK Uui have captured a hospital. Kurth-Huise and Marie way throuKh the i! Since Hie b : more than five in:I dently continues  French patrols sir- Press) passage east of the I'i.uv Italian, f'.riti.-h and l-'n'iic-h of CiiiH'Kliann and Oib-rzo Associated ami I.,ne (alien -er|oii-ly tin e ti -anil i wo of the ; supportiiiir the Austru-lliiiiKariaiis on the I'iave front "it in l-"riinc:e heavy fiKlitlni! virtually is a' a standstill i etc.m to tip- llutcli frontier, but from the ojse m ca-t � i � I pressure continues with gains for the I'rench between ie An intense artillery duel iV jn pronriss on the American '> "iilii!i, but no Infantry flghtitiK has been reporteii ON THIRTY-MILE FRONT have thrown force? across the I'iave on a from of tliirtv liKh'itiK has lieen uIoiik a .-itretch of .seven mil's )>-t\v>' i 'o!|ei;lillliO iind Oderzo. AIollj; the I '!a w south of �ii little fighting, but the allied advance on the north � i'.l : 'rialls to evacuate the lowlands of tin- lower I'iave. FEINT ATTACKS .lili'-il attacks 111 the moim'siin r"uloii lu-tweeii the I'iave e feints for the purpose of ntttactinc tin- attention of the 'nldable movement acros; the I'iave Troops and stipplien tin- IMave (rent and It is evidently purposed t'o force the :io.-r .e oilier aliiecl troops. American tcoops ate reported to be i free �all of : ir hemic � iir with interests political lliin-'ie llniiKarlan - and termina- llOpe of info. "i" Hungary at t roup; lion of tlo-suardliic th tile II m n � � f I The ahaiu|otiiu�n: of the Herman alliance- ii,,. .ii-.;.,1,,-jon ,,t Hie l|uui;ar- i.lll lower house .vjt|, .s||b.-ecilli-ii' ele.c London. Oct. "fl.-Baclerial in-venU-ffatlon shows that the present, outbreak of influenza does not, differ from other epidemics of the name malady, tlie higher mortality rate, bolng �tu� to seromlury infection, according to a statement by William Hayes Flalinr in the house of commons today, lip added that he saw no mason to believe that the spread of the dlReuso j was due to Hie malnutrition of the people generally. While Hie rine In the rate of deaths is considerable, ho said, it is not as great here a.i that cx-iierlonc eij at Vienna. Pari.? and other place-' ballot '' and secret female voters Hi" ' eii-'oivhip and of the freedom of - and piiblje meet- nl the �.in and "lice with  on f'i,e Fretc h front, the army of withdraw toward Mule us the French :n contact with Hermans on this sector. benny rapidly tin- town and barrai I;- and ward between moveit forward till' enemy evi war office waVi tiolis by the dde of tiolii mal" and Snppi'i'-.-ioii of 111.....-tablishnieiii speei-h. th" pr''s ings. Iter OKlotion of the new .-f�fes Ckraiae. I'oland, I'/echo Slovakia, -oiitli Slavs .�ml tiermaii Aii-tria. Count Kami}) i �mm llatf'iiv Ita.-on I'rvon iiail an audi Wni)ieiiit' charle- SnMrday. Failed-in Attempt WasiiiiiKton, Oct. '.". Diplomatlo dlsp,ilclii-s reeeivi ,1 In r" haseil on dl�-palehes 11nit! Hudaie -d Hint the [Car-olyl party re'ened to in Vji-nna re. ports through Copenhagen w.i.- set up without the support of the Slavs and llitmaniaus AccordiiiK to Hie Itudapest dUpntch. '� . the Hit tuition there is "itr�mely erioiis. Pe.u-e treaties betwren th" .tiff, rent nationalities ,f Austria and ! '"r u,t"rr\ Hungary and the entente powers are ' ''"* N"'" i on-iderertsiiiiavoiilable It i> report, ed i hat .� bioketi cm Attli'hnro ^lass . watch factorins will employ maimed soldier-. farSi'((ktcoi (J. Prescription f*f ECZEMA 'gigaritb- tltovenic It" ha Want Early lalmonton. Oct. _:i.-of health Inc.; rci'omm-vinclal ..iiil.orities th Closing Tli � ioi al hoard ipb'it to tip. pro at all places ot STATEMENT 10 business be open only inun in a.111 to .'."� p.m in n further � 'tort to .0111 bat tile influenza epidcmii . Th.....;ti mate in Kdtiionlo.'i to noon wa.s I.nno ca-es, with :;s de.nli-. Tin- lion. A jirovlncia! i:iiniv|i.|- , tary, !-: in t! 1 > Hern 1  H. MiKr.y lleallll. giv ill Alb'Tta Til. \i".v put}1 lie Store Your Car for the Winter 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 Co. BACK OF UNION BANK LEAVE YOUR OLD-TIRES AND TUBES in OUR RED CROSS BOX 1/ Gold Soap has the penetrating, sanitary odor suggestive of real cleanliness. This odor can be secured only by the use of the choicest materials fit for the manufacture of laundry soap. The pleasing odor of Gold Soap is therefore a sure guide to its cleaning efficiency. Use Gold Soap wherever you now use either a laundry or a yellow naphtha soap and in the same way,- in hot or cold water. It will do the work better CoU Sl^ U r,adc i, ,he Proefr A Gambit Factors at Hamilton.'Canmdm A Doctor Dies Mii'i^c w. Oct. '."' Or. J Itarrett Scott, aged died last night following a brief atiad! of Influenza, lie c line here from Ottawa *l% years ago. Moose Jaw Cln>ms Decline Moos" .1.1 w. Oil While the to J in! of 17 d fat as during the past ^'1 hours would niak- tt that there Is u great increase in Hi- influenza epidemic, tlie real fact Is t|,.:t there is a very evident decline. The reports from tlie men yesterday show ed there was a rim-hieruble decrease In the niitr.hi r ol iresh cases. It is fully evpeite.l that tlie epidemic has now readied its maximum and is on the wane New Flu' Cases at 'Peg Winnipeg. Oct. ;':>. lb-fore noon to day, 1m; case* ot Spanish Influenza and five deaths were icported to tin-city health department, which marks the highest rat" ui lie- epidemic to 'date. In addition, t''., military report-, I'll I-' new i ,ic>. The growing neri-� oiisni'sii of the iiMiafi.m ma} result in stricter rule-, beimiug necesiiiiry. Improve* at Toronto Toronto. Oct. :".i. Statistic from , tin* various city hospitals this moru-iing show coucliisitely thai tho inflti-leiiz.t epidemic is greatly improved 'from every standpoint. Not only lias ! the death rate been rcdtii ed from an ; average of 'Si to H. but tlt aduiis. bins have f/lleii off considerably and the York, Oct .: Al'red llec'er attorney ge::. ral of New York, a MntenieM today Intended, a. lc said. to.clear I'.uint .lames Minafo of any ..uspliion that his assm'iatioi, with the prinr.lpds |U tin- (�illlaun-l.uxbitrg conspiracy to brin^ aiiout a separate peace betwefti Kranre and Herinany m HH.'i, poititcd to his guilty participation In th*' plot, i laborating his annouiii enient late yesterday even. | itig that Minatu had t.iikc.l with tli- \ utmost treedoni in prciiarlng a s�urn ' M.itemen: for the use of the I'rendi I govertmient in tlie prosecution of .to-*- eph t'aillaiix. former premier, for high 1 treason. Mr. I'.ccIjit declined that Min ; ntn'c depo-itioa was made voluntarily and with a ib -ire to bo of iissj�>,inr to tin and French povi rti-metit. The ib'i'iity attorney-general  \ pressi i', his heller that Minato neve!-wa� an agent of the Herman govern mem and though interned as an enemy alien. "Is wiiioly loyal to the Hulled Siute.s." > A OUGHT TO BE MAOE PAY London. Oct. .'!� Sir Hcorge i'ave. thy Itrltish houm seft.--today gave a long aci oiin; the house of com toons of maliy's illtreatmeni of Hri tlsh war prisoner' and her continued violations of agreement i one ernlng war prisoners. Tlie .secretary >rt�K relief and joy To consti|i�ti'd girl or boy. Children Hiink tlum dintly- yiu-y ate mild tutliartio ctttjjj-^ WANT INCREASE SUSPENDED Ottawa. Ocl. ;>i. - At meeting of the railway board this morning con- __' | siiieration �a� given to the application j of the Quaker Oats company of l't-tt-r. Ilitiiiilion, Out.. Oct. ill.--When li.r!bnio for an order ::.ling the Cun-prospectlte sou in-law walked into the , adian I'mific's. iiicre.t-c in transit house last night. Ills face streaming j -! Kcriptlons of $i!fl,(i(i(i and under. . In Montreal | Mntitival. Oct. :'!'. -The total of xiih- ncrlptioiiH of the first day toward the I Victory loan in thin city wan $ti,:>9iV tOnO. Montreal lias sot itself the task of raining $iu0,00i),0lii). ON THE WAR BOARD east of Kurt William from one to two cents per lllo pounds. Tin* case, of the Toronto Hallway company vs. the tity of Toronto w\is postponed. i A Few More Recruits Are Now Required for DRAFT NO i Halifax. ,\\ S, Oct. 2!�~A. 1!. Mo�h-I or, grand iircsident of tlie Caindian | Hrottierhood of Hallway Kmployecis, i specllit'd in an otliclul aiiliimiicenir-m , from Ottawa as the organization which I hud recently piecipllated the applica-, Hon of tho power vested in tho gov-; eminent hy virtue of tho order-in-: council probiliiting strikoa and loc);-! outs for the duration ot tlio war, has given out a statement characterizing ' as false the inferonco that the men involved in the Strike order which was to have heroine effective Oct. 14 had : ignored two avenues of justice within ' its roach. : "Wo want Hit' public to know," says j the statement, "tlia\ tho Canadian Uro-STATEMENT ABOUT J thurhootl of Hallway Kmployeco, repre- GERMAN COLONIES * *en.HniT over IO.Oiki railway cmployoos .------ in Canada, appealed again and again to the Canadian railway war board and the minister of labor tor the es-tablislyiieut of a board of adjustment to settle upon disputes affecting thotr meiBberB,'but the appssl was refused." London, Oct. 29. - (Canadian Press dispatch from Router's)- In the house of commons yesterday R. Hazelton asked whether the government intended to retain the German colonies as British posses* ejflns after the war or whether It was purposed to lay them under International control. Lord Robert Cecil, assistant secretary for foreign affairs, replied that np statement could be made in that connection at tl*i present, time. BURIED WITH MILITARY HONORS Toronto, Oct. :."J.-Full military honors today were accorded tho remains ! of Col. William Hamilton Slorritt, pro-I minent .soldier nnU mining engineer, j when tho lutornumt took place in ! "tttut l'lciisuut cemotury It Neutralize* Stomach Acidity, Pre* vents Food Fermentation, Sour, Gassy Stomach and Acid Indigestion. / Doubtless if you are a sufferer from indigestion, you have already tried pepsin, bismuth, soda, charcoal, drugs and various digestive aids and you know these tilings will not euro your trouble.....i.i some cases, do not even give relief. Hut before giving up hope ami deciding you are a chronic dyspeptic just try tin: effect of u little bisuratcd mug-I nesla-not the ordinary commercial ' carbonate, citrate, oxide or milk, hut the pure Disunited magnesia which you can obtain from practically any druggist in either powdered or tablet form. i Take a tcaspoonful of the pow.\*r~ or two compressed tablets with a little water after your next meal, and see what a difference this makes. It will instantly neutralize the dangerous, harmful acid in the stomach which now causes your food to fermeut and j sour, making gas, wlud, flatulenco.1 heartburn, un-.l the bloated or heavy, | lumpy feeling that seeu'.s to follow > most everything you eat. j You will Iind, that provided you take \ a little biaurated magnesia immediately after a meal, ycu can eat almost anything and enjoy it without any danger of pain or discomfort to follow and moreover, the continued uue of blsurated magnesia cannot injure the stomach lit any way no long as there are any symptoms of acid indigestion. -Advertisement, Cliil'lifn s'.adl.v toko Casesrels when crosi, ftvirUh, bilious, constipated, 1>�-cuu'c l.'ascareU tasto like candy. If your child has a tainted1 breath, coated "tongue or a- cold-give Cascarets S3 directed on each 10 cent box. Thta don't worry. Cascarets work Ufce * charm and van not. harm the child's tiuvlvr little ttouiawh, llvcrjmi} boweU. Apply at once R.N.W.M. Police Barracks Notice of Auction Sale s there will be an auction sale of Household Furniture On THURSDAY Next October 31*t At Mrs .Charles McKUlop's Residence. 61610th St. S. full particulars will be announced tomorrow frank waddington Auctioneer 3?8200 70666? 13675669 ;