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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - October 30, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta WKDXKSDAY. OC'.TOHEU 30, THE LV.l "IBRTDGE DAILY ITF.rtALD PAGE FIVE Italians Take Hundred Towns And VillagesjSAYSTHEKAISER The! big Ann rinin gun.-, live. bombarding il'ii.-.'. i way junctions liur and '.vi region of I lie previous [the. American! ib'O Wore ac-i.iils mid rail- ! I", within the objective,-! of The Day's War Summary :il!l I WASHINGTON, Oct, 30.-Results of the victorious advance against the Austrlan3 on the Italian front hourly Increase In Importance, says an official dispatch to the Italian embassy today from Rome. More than 100 villages and towns have been taken. The battle line is pressing closely upon the heels of the enemy, the message states, having reached yesterday, the river Livenza. where the Austrians attempted to stand to save their threatened principal line of retreat. The Austrian army corps on the left wing has retired in disoi'der, leaving behind war material and several hundred guns. The 6th Austrian army corps Is said to be in a very critical position, engaged in heavy defensive work on the hills between Val Dobbiandende and the Soligio river. ' In Albania, the dispatch adds, Italian troops have captured the town of San Glavanni dl Medua and the Italian forces are advancing on Scutari. The dispatch said the Austrians taken prisoner in the present Piavc river fiphting now number 32,000. (By the Associated Press) One year ago Hi" lialiai! ainib's wore stn'uming ivci-liviiril from l/.oiifo Willi ii grout niilitarv disaster imminent. Today. tlir: Italian;-, (lie British anil Fri'inli. arc- pom-inn through what appear-: In'In- a lir�-:i h ii tin: Austrian linos east o> th" I'iavo river. Val Dohhiniidondo lias h'-cn f-apftir d along ii line stretching south to tin- l.iv-nza have been taken during the fighting. K .;. ---- .;. How Discharged Soldiers Oh- ; urn Austrian linos oasi o; m.. IT j ed, Cotitgllulio has been occupied L ! Prisoners numbering over 2n.1i'"! | � from tiio i'iuvi! from � ee,,, hi in >........; i.............i..... Basel, Oct. 30.-Deputy Richard Kntkho declared, at a recent meeting of the Centrist party, that he was aDle to affirm that Emperor William would not cliny to the crown, but would abdicate for Germany's good, according to the Cologne Tagel.'l itt. Important Capture ' Tla'jan Ik'iiili|iiiirte|-s mi tin; Piavc, Ocl '.il.- Tim caiittii'i' of i'oiu'Blluno by lilt? Hii'lans was Important, since I lint !'> ,. Is being used as n stipple . ..ii!>n for Hie Italians. From this th/ *'.ic Italians will lie able, to iliiinliiati not only.the lower mountain ruitre. ' th-'o tlm enemy troops on the lowrr uve. , Largo numbers.of Italian cavalry already have crossed the Have. Tile position of the enemy forces on the lower stream Is becoming critical and they may lie cm off. The flr.-l troops to enter fonogllano were seven cyclists, who vcre followed by the Infantry brigade. The Italians were met by civilians v.nvlng Italian flags. At Verdun Washington. Oct. :',i>.-Heavy i.rtil- HELPING II WOUNDED Bother an! Itiibc: or Pierce, pnKes, bound in cloth, rnutuiiiiiiKrhnp* irrstin I ir-t Aid, It a~u (i a g i n g , Anatomy, Hygiene, Marriage, st-nd o'le to Dr. Hridgeliurg, Ont. TLoMiei'l-" ili-ir -.t'l. riuic UN In III. IVi it.^ -p-H, . hill* t>i Ur uli �>, miMiti \.l;.) �utTtiM fur io*t jm' kuKf o> Ilr. I'mti-c'. Invab.K II.llullnl". N \ an.I ii .v,' turn .:'ir* Im^i.t.11' t'o ^riiiiimn. lainl-nr -�i /.nm .-I r�-|(iijnr4er irr^fu-ciiMii br ri-rr^-'-J," niiil *-vrry lln,l*-,-l ium . write l�,r lr^,- 7'......ilc, On: -"An a mrir iiml tuii'MT I ran tn/lilv rrri,n,n,PIl'l I Ilr. I'li-rc-'s 1 nvirit* t'rrv rirtlion In 1 ir** I ami ruii-iln^n wi:mrji. 1 am 11..' iii.i;lnr rialii ��litli'ir^li and liavrt (r^iiu^lilly liail ti^^d of mirii a Minli- lull did nut know what lo tain unlit rn > aififi nil* rn^ itir Tavrw-il^ IV ,-ripi">n' � hifA ilip tiTsfll liail found to h�' K"od. Ii rs.yrih,' trtv- i�n"- n.v ny�t*rit r�-|'iiir> Herlin. Oct. ltd.- tli'i'iiiuii troops completely bent back the enemy on a 11-mlle front between Nei/y-le-Cointe and the river Alsne. the (jerman general slaff anuoiinceil today. American Bombers Busy With the American Army North-v,L'::t of Verdun. Oct. Ill)- I Noon I. -Taking advantage of a clear day, American aerial bombers stMted out early touey and attacked v irlous enemy military objectives west oT tho Mouse. i-iLOAN TOM BEATS THE 1917 RECOR I along the centre of i sweep of tho iillie.-. � past day and It sc"m ] Austrian avmy frontn: ! Not only are tlx ; north and wnst tin-'� Hitler fighlim: ha day or two. Kast of t! mure and have wr" ,\l"Uf.e. the tlennair I in-' as with gas and I pounding I he f iei man ' W'M or the .\rg seiins lo promise 'I.e 1 the l-'reni h advance ii iere�>. The new a:1 :t .% ,;. .;. f\ More com;.,;.!,, in-' met Ions ",iave re  '�111 1V beep |s.;i|el| to the medicid staff o: th" Invalided Soldiers' commission i I nieni of Soldier,' Civil He-es-'ah!; hiiient i in i ei,-reiic,. to the care of e.\ ii,. iiihei-- of the Canadian Korcos lei-nrreiii.' of war di-ahil- w'm il,.". e |e ity.  j llr.-l 'Jl hours of the Victi i paign this city has sub aril I Hint. This is  onsidere I good, a -' en7.ii has preveii'eil enmnii!tee.. , inauguratine a canva.-, Ahead of Las't Yc.v 1 Toronto. (let. :tn The \'u i,,ry I business I'onimiU'i' r'ports th, Mowing hcurrs to I! a .to. toilay: Itritish Coluinbia ....... S ::,7"-. ;Alhenu ............... i.lM. Saskatchewan ......... '. .".V1. Manitoba Ontario . . Montreal Quel..... C.| real Nr.', 1 -.- til. Nova Si ot : ' Aplo ives. Anier inly lines at Colli lam-. e t'tiI'-.-l. till' I'lt'tlcll have be::iiii llllig of the Aisne line, which ,s tin "(liat'-ly v.est of the Argonii in tl .''a nyr the troi.t from ijuentia' pr.'L'n ,-s made in th" lir.-.| : i.-.y u re eh. On the fionl iji.. French are -lowly tigliteninr th' ir (trip en the lines around (lui~� . while south of thai place they are moving ahead dc.-pile the desperate r� �:-i.-1sin " of the eic my. In the neighborhood of Vahni :,-iim-��� the l!riti.-h are apparently � h � I i!;e!r lines. ml'!, "i � has. it i.: reporteil. agi " final p'tice tlemailds and that tli�-\ lee goveriimeiil. L'-liiioii reji'ii ,.|"r ci ilr- (lei-man fleet. im Indittr VPs on the Itllilie. i ii; a ii y and Austria .ippear t;-o,bliev-: in iI it a r> hosjiit a! ae ill I '.at all ilatiOll will be wliil" : !.� v.i ,| ho 'pttal- hav -'Icll Olli'i', ii i -d tt in (. h a 'illl: aie ra|)idiv crowing .illed i-' 1 eported ! a pani' . I'.ar.h.-. I i Lit" iif the pita I will 1 alien on tin ir nav ate! IARGI ih Total .............. The total report.' I at the ' : si-rond day last yerr an: ''i ?:;;T.!MMi. but thi- tie iad day.-i" reports from nso-  of t whereas the above ligur-s in ports for two day; from oniy I o U.UOI d til'' la -1 tv.",' e- unit -iude r Olll.ilio .!,:>' for i I,- The city of Halifax reports subscript bun for the tir-i c|av ,\ �l.M'. At New Westminster New West ini:i.-ter. Ill' , Oil. Subscriptions to the Victory loan for the first two days total .. At the end of ih" seii/md day of the Victory loan canvass. Prince Albert division had .'-f cured a bout *3i,it"i'. one eight h of il-- allotment. Tin- amount includes oniy rcpon-: from Prince Albert ciiy. Meifori. Ito-'thern and Shell-brcok. Noil" of the other sub-division-have been heai'd from, so It Is believed Just i in all likelihood J'.nO.eeo hav.' been subscribed already. Toronto, Oct. "." I w, here ami let lie i.e ' , i-ei never hail one thing iloin Tin'se are Ihe word wi.ii Hut ler. of Slmcoe. I >i.: . >,� night at the |n.-istant-dir-ped and Mr. Funk tried to smoke, the intruder out, but failed. Mrs. Funk, and her sister both tried to dislodge the creature, bu' without, avail. Fortunately, they were -ear tho city, and motored immediately to a surgeon at that place. The doctor tried instruments, but, could find nothing, while the X-ray failed to locate the in"i.i'. Next. the. doctor tried to drown the creature and much water was used. The insect only trawled farther In. and Mrs. Funk was sntieiing so intensely that the doctor thought it leist to call the assistance of an expert. Soon after the ear specialist had charge of the case Mrs, Funk could feel th" creature moving toward tlm openlnir, but It would not come out. Th" specialist, howryver. soon located. Ih" intruder, and with specially rvic is imp"! simpii-1,,| ,ii.,tnlmcntH succeeded in removing the Insert. One wing wns gone when the moth was removed, but the Insect was yet alivn. The doctor.' both agreed that tho accident whs man peculiar and particularly dangerous it removal had not be*n brought about before the niolh died. Invalided Sol-if to th" nearest vyph gi cement for the In the eas- of e-e is an arrang-iiaving ai commote I S.C. patients, a: y of He , ivilian ii Mllljl.ll- agrer- m' admission to � the date of hi? . tri-ngtii of the I. llov .nice-. When or th-charge from also be -triu k off 1 S C. All mrdi-otbe;- forms will e of the patient its medical his-no army. With problem o' aa-not a given ill-is much simpii- ::.- to the were Paris, Oct. 30.-The meagrene-js of the news during this important period in Paris is due to the strictness of the rensor^hip. The foregoing relates to the proceedings of the inter-allied t 'inference at which the terms ic' the .armistice lo be submitted to Oerniany arc being formulated. | ::i ease of emergency a patient may t admitted io military or other iiospi- , tals upon personal application, but an imuiediai e iiiii it ion of such an i ailmi-.-ion ;mi.-t he sent to tiie I'nit Medic.ii liirec'or and the necessary an- |thori:y for treatinenr by the I.S.C. oli- I i.lined by the superintendent or ollic- ;e|- ciei.iinir.iliiie the liospital. In cises where .-x-soliiier- require m.'db ,il care and are -tat ioiied at cities or low lis in which 'h" Department has i.o nieiljcal or other representatives (be patient may consult a local physician hut tuiisr ;;sk him to forward an immediate notification of ^ncli illness to tiie I'nit Medical Dlrec. i MOOSE JAW HOPEFUL Moose Jaw. Oct. r.n.-Tho death rate among Influenza patients was considerably i�it down, there helng only seven ibiiths since yesterday noon. The number of new eaaes ore few and it Is now believed that a good grip has been tightened upon the epidemic ASKS TEACHERS TO FIGHT THE 'FLU All Schools in Province Will Be Closed Tomorrow on Order of Minister. A Few More Recruits Are Now Required for DRAFT Apply at once R.N.W.M. Police Barracks The lion. Geo. I*. Smith, minister of education, has issued ihe following appeal to the sfhool teachers of tho province: All the schools of the province will be closed bv order of the Provincial Hoard of Health lomurrow, Thursday morning There is a very groat shortage of nurses and helpers to care for the sick and organize work for fighting the imliieii/a epidemic. All the teachers of the province who are thus relieved from duty, are urged to offer their services to the local health authorities wherever they may be located. In towns they should report .to the mayor or the medical health officer, and in villages and municipalities, to the reeve, if there is no' urgent need for I heir services locally, they are asked lo report to the deputy mluDter of education. Kilmonton, who will cooperate with the health depart, inenl, in having them sent whore they will be of n greater service. This unfortunate epidemic is causing great hardship and suffering and II is an opportunity for servico which 1 liopo will be-fully appreciated by tho touch-, ers of tho province, j Percentage of'Deaths Higher* | Kilmonton. Oct. lit).--Tho provincial [ hoard of health has Issued orders clos-j Ing all schools In Alberta tomorrow, j The mlnlRter of education has called j upon all teachers to do what they can ! in fighting tho Influenza epidemic, : The number of canes In the province iIook not show much increase today, but the percentage, of deaths la high-; cr. New Cases at Winnipeg i Winnipeg. Oct. 110.-There are many | now cases of Spanish Influenza in Winnipeg and district Uiin morning. Ono hundred and thirty-eight cases had j been reported up to noon at the city | health office, which was rocelving; reports of now cases every fo'w minutes at that time. Twelve deaths from pulmonary diseases were reported during tho morning. �ooo SOAftU > > ? *?>;*'; ; > >  BEAVERBROOK ILL FROM HIS OPERATION London, Oct. 30.-Duron Boa-vornroolc, whoso resignation ua head of tho propaganda department of tho British government was announced yesterday, has uudorgoiti an operation. Tho result Is said to bo unsatisfactory ami lib friends uro much concerned over his coiullltca. She lets Sunlight do the work- Read Sunlight $5000 guarantee of purity Sunlight dispels the hun� over shadow that once wash day I N fact many women do not say "wash day" any more. They say "Sunlight Day". It's a genuine pleasure to use Sunlight Soap because it means an economical wash, it means a quick wash. Why ? Because, Sunlight is absolutely pure- you need only half the quantity as compared with ordinary soaps, nor will Sunlight harm any delicate fabrics, or hurt your hands. And it really takes the labour, out of the washing in surprisingly little time as you will nee by following the directions. LEVER BROTHERS LIMIiiiiX TORONTO I II AdiA A A A m A .- * 0i ;