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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - October 29, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta MONDAY OCTOBER 28, 1918 THE LET'IBRTDGE DAILY HERAL'fl PAGE FIVE Bitter Fighting Still . Around Valenciennes Italian Headquarters on the P\s\ie, Monday^ Oct. 28.-(By the Associated Press)-KIrja Victor Emmanuel watched the allied soldiers make the difficult crossing of the Plave. Hs was dressied as usual in a uniform made of the sartle material as that of private BoldI.ers. The king was under the fire of tiTii'Austrian guns and was at var-" lolls points wh�re gas shells and sl ? : ? ? ? year. Sir Charles also got $^00 a year as deputy governor. ,T. O. Gibbs is accused in Chicago of marrying seven women. All refuse to prosecute. : THE CANADIAN SALT CO. LIMtnO Dn l\ Prescription f�V .U.U. ECZEMA for fifteerj, years the standard remedy tor all skin diseases. A liquid used externally. Instant relief from Itch'. Your money baclc if the first bottle does not bring you relief. Ask also abou\ D.D.D. Soap.-J. D. HlginboUi-am & Co.. Ltd., dnigglsts-Advert. Moose Jaw, Oct. 20.-Moose -Jaw division headed the returns for-Jhe flrsf I day of the campaign for the Victory I loan, a toUl of $468,000 beipg?rep'6rt- 0(1. '^ BrodoricV; wins the first honor flag with a sum of $100,000, its objective being JSO.OOO. Much activity is being/ shown throughout the northern dis- i trict and excellent results aro report- i ed. i Toronto Hitting It Up Toronto. Oct. 2!).-Victory loin canvassers reported at noon today that $7.50,000 had been subscribed during the morning. Tills includes only subscriptions of $20,000 and under".,. In Montreal ~ Montreal. Oct. 29.-The total of subscriptions of the first day toward the Victory loan in this city was $6,290,-llOUO. .Montreal has set itself the task of raising $100,000,000. DROPPED DEAD WHEN SHESlHISWOUiS Hamilton, Out., Oct. 29.-When her prospective son-in-law walked into the house last night, his face streaming with blood, Mrs. l^innio Smith, 24 Wood .street, dropped dead. The son-in-law, named Lee, had been walking home with the deceased's daughter. Pearl Smith, when he was vicfously assaulted. Joseph Organ, a former Hcquaintanee of the Smith girl, and Pte. Gerrager. aro under arrest charged with committing the assault. SRESPONSIBILIIY ON THE NO STATEMENT ABOUT GERMAN COLONIES London, Oct. 29. -... (Canadian ^ Press dispatch from Reuter's)- In the house of commons yesterday R. Hazefton asked whether the government intended, to retain the German colonies as British posse;, sjpns after the war or whether It vvas purposed to lay them under International control. Lord Robert Cecil,, assistant secnstary for/ foreign affairs, replied that n(> statement could be made In that connection at ths present, time. Halifax, N. S., Oct. 29-A. R. Mosh-er, grand president of the Canadian Brotherhood of Railway Employees, specified in an oincial announcement from Ottawa as tho organization which had recently precipitated the application of tho power vested in the government by virtue of the order-in-couucil prohibiting strikes and lockouts for the duration of the war, has given out a statement characterizing as false the inference that the men involved in the Strike order whicli was lo have become effective Oct. 14 had ignored two avenues of justice within its reach. "We want the public to know," says the statement, "tha\ the Canadian Brotherhood of Hallway Employees, representing over 10,000 railway employees in Canada, appealed again and again to the Canadian I'allway war board and the minister of labor for the es-tabllslynent of a board of adjustment to settle upon disputes aiffecting thetr members,' but the appsal was refused." EXECUTED BY BOLSHEVIKI Stockholm,, Oct. 29.-The todies of Rector Curustsaky, of the Kazan Cathedral of Petrograd, and his two soijs, lieutenants, have been,found floating in the Nova river, according to a dis- jl patch from the iRussian capital. The men, who had beenfaeld as hostages, M-ore executed by the Bolsheviki, tt is asserted. Mothers! Your little one won't smill If its liver's full of bile. Cascarets set things lighti ^ men kiddies' tongues tun* ffkittii Tlicy hring relief and joy-To constipated girl or boy. ' Children think them dandy-. , Jhey are mild cathartiq caaJj^^^ WANT INCREASE SUSPENDED Ottawa, Oct. 29.'-At a meeting of the railwaj^ board this morning consideration was given to the application of the Qiuaker Oats company of Peter-boro for an order suspfiiidlng tho Cnn-adiaii' Pacific's increase' in transit charges on grain and grain products east of Fort William from one to two cents per 100 pounds. The case of the Toronto Railway company vs. the city of Toronto w^s postponed. IRYIGNEIFOR . STOICH TROUBLE A Few More Recruits A^e Now Required for - I It Neutralizes Stomach Acidity, Pre vents Food Fermentation, Sour, Gassy Stomach and Acid Indigestion. Oiildtcn gladl.v take Cascarets wKen cross, feverish, bilious, constipated, because Cascarets taste like candy. If your child' has a taintedl breath, coated tongue or a cold-give Cascarets as directed! on each 10 cent box. Them /.^ don't worry. Cascarets work like a cliarm and can not harm the diild's Doubtless if you are a sufferer from tender little stomach, liver and bowels indigestion, you have already tried, " DRAFT Apply at tnce R. N. W. M. Police Barracks j BURIED WITH MILITARY HONORS Toroiito, Oct. 29.~Fi(UCTIONEER ;