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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - October 30, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta WEF)NRSDAY, OC'l-OBER 30, IOI8 THE LET'IBRIDGE DAILY imnALD Italians Take Hundred Towns And Villages WASHINGTON, Oct. 30.-Results of the victorious advance against the Austriana on the Italian front hourly increate In impoi^tance, says , an official dispatch to the Italian embassy today from Ron^e. 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 Livenzn. v/here 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 woriiV!t i.i the centrn of five highways'and a'jo is situated on llie railway. Tho cit> is lielng used as a supply ,:uiii;m for tho Ilallan.s. From thi.s cjiy t'.io Italians will be able to doniliiatc not only, the lower mountain rang(i. b ^ �Iso tlAe enemy troops on tho lowoi' uve. , Large numbers.of Italian cavalry already have crossed tho Piave. The po.sition of the enemy forces on the lower stream la becoming critical and they may be cut oft. The first troops to enter Conegliano were seven cyclists, who were followed by the Infantry brigade. Tlie Italians were met by civilians saving Itaiifin flags. At Verdun Washington, Oct. 30.-Heavy artil- fEPING THE WOUNDED Our Canadian nurses are nccsd-cd "over there'^ now never before. This is the time to learn how to take care of the wounded, the sii^lv-or any emergency. You nan learn a great deal In' oblain-iuK thc'"Me(lical Adviser" from your nearest drugsist, a book of 1,000 pages, bound in cloth, rnutniuing chapters uu First Aid, I'j a~li d a g i n g, Anatomy, H.y-gieiie, Marriage, ffoCher and Babe: or Rfind !JOo to Di'. Pierce, Courlwrighl St., Bridgeburg, Ont. Tlioiisun,!.,! of wonipn in C'anHtlfc have overcome lh,^ir sufTerinK.'!, and n;ivfi been atired oI woman's Bla by Dr. Pierce's FRVoritn Prescription. Fainl-ing spcm. ,;hilia or xi-Tiat pain nt reguUi^or irrecu-l�r iptf rviila iiVjuld 'bp'"correPU'tlJr'and pvery' rornu ^ wiio 8uiu-,'5 irzvzr, I'jitctarde. tica "'"^ 'i''^'" rccurrejicf^ of war disabil-past day nnd it sc-f-ins nmhahl,- llial the next I'ew da.v.~; may set^ the entire j i'-^'- "lio fall il! while uiulergoing Austrian army fronting III,- l^iavc in retreat toward tltc Taglianiento. | indnslnnl ip-educaiion. Wliile nol .Vot only are the .Austrian lines yielding on the Piave front, but furlher ;''""nlcrni.'inding previous instructions north and west (Ik^ alii'-.; nn- reported to he advancing, | in "li^ cninicetion i liey amplify and BilliT fighting luis lii- ........ Nova Scotia .......... todiiv: % 2,7ii7,2.-0 !,l(M,r,uO 1, "50.000 L'.tUlO.OOO "'!.S,"i5,200 0,.">S1.1,')0 l,.-j'lfi.l,lM ' J.000.0(10 ' 1,082.050 ; an armistice and on tlie final p,-ace demands and that ihev will i.-- sulmiillc-d ,'" '^'^  I'^'t'onts. simultaneousiy to llie Ceniiaii governineni. l.ondoii reporis ihe allies ! ^^''"'^ "'iuoriiy of the civilian wil! demand the surreiider of the German fleet, including all submarines and j "'''^"''^ S'^''^" similar agroe-occupation of all fortified towns on the Rhine. jnienls. Internal conditioiit in c;ermany and Austria appear to be rapidlv growing) ''''''' ""^ "-''^ man's admission to .worse. Rioting in v.hieli a large number of persons weio killed i"'reported ^""' '"'�'^P't"! will be the date of his ti-oni Budapest. In Gemiany the population is said to be in a panic BaSks 'Vd\im on the st;-engtli of the I, are lioiag stormed by deposiiors it is reported. S. (.'. for pay and allowances. When _____ the patient is ready for discharge from -------.....-------------- -------- -------------I (he hospital lie will also be struck off I Major-Gen. Guy Carlton .lones. in ."-'iR strength ot the 1,S,C. All medi-charge of tlie iiospitalization in Can-''''''' documents and other, forms will ada under the director-general of me- | '"^ placed tipnn tlie fyle of the patient I dical services, declared tiiat tiie lios-! "'I'"-'' '"^l-"" contains Ills medical his- MOTH FLIES INTO WOMAN'S EAR BUT IS REMOVED ALIVE. $,i2,ii2(;,nno subscriptions for tho first dav of ?37!,-450. At New Westminster New Westminster. B,i:,, Oct, 30.- Subscriptions to the Victory loan for the first two days total Sl74.5,",0. freoijently had need of such a tonio hut did liot k-Dow what to take until my sister Rave n:e .-Dme of the 'I-'avor-ite Prescription' �-hioIft �he herself had found to bn good. If, wss ex.'ictly thti I onto ni.v system required and The Italian war office Tuesday announced tliat Italian troops had occupied Alesso, a sea port on the .-Vdriatic coast. Operation of Americans Washington. Oct. 30.-American troops operating north of Verdun have occupied .Mngeville, and establislied their lines north of that .village. Gen. Pershing rcijorted late today in a cnm-iniinioution forwarded Wednesday. Tlie dispatch follows: "I-Ioadtjuarlers Kxpeditionary Forces, Oct. 30.--(Morning).-North of Verdun, our troops liave occupied Aingevilie and hiive established their lines just north of the village, f^ively artillery fighting occurred during tlie night at variofis points along the front, cessfuliy engaged hostil,-- detachments "In the Woeiivre, our patrols successfully engaged hostile detachments and captured prisoners." Condition of Belgium Belgian Army Headfjuartersvin Flanders, Oct. 26. - (By the Associated Press).-That part of Belgium just liberated by the armies under the command of King Albert has suffered little in comparison with other parts of tlie little kingdom and nortiiern France. Western Flanders virtually is intact north of the Lys and east of the old battle line. From the region of Nieuport to' south of Ypres, the stretch ot ground ; and the territory tor six or tnorc miles [ on either side which was the battle i - ground lor four years, judged by thi! ' . , . _ numerous little black Crosse's that are j All Schools in Pl'Ovince Will Be mm wmmi Total The total reporled at the ensi of the second day last year amounted to $3r>,lG7,!)00. but this included two' da.vs' reports i'rom most yf the units whereas tlie above figures iiu-lude r,--1 , , ... ports tor two days from only Ontario. ''"'^�'�'^ '^'^^ Tho city of Halifax i-eports total j pUal was adequate in sue to deal -.villi patients, ihe bigliest number in nstitution at 01u3 time. On i.he otlior hand, Dr. 1-'. L. Alarlowe. formerly assistant-director of medical services in -M. D. No. 2. was equally cm-jihatic in stating that during liis i-c- : Toronto, Oct. 3ii.-"i was lirought I Iiere and let lie for tin-ec days and Sinie when 70O palients were in tlie for me."  base hospital it was overcrowded. These are the words wliicli .lohn H', !---------------- lory sheets wliile in the army. Wiyi I these documents tlie iirobiem of ascertaining whether or not a given i)I-nos's is duo to service is much simpli fled. Butler, of Simcoo. Out,, testified last j nigiit at the inquest on tlie death of 1 Cadet. Davis, at the niilitar>' barracks hospital here, as iiaviiig been uttered by his son wUliin an lioiir of liis death at tho same institution. There were m applications. The Star |, .T'^^f.."T'l .ir'-."'"';''-! cu;_____.i, ......A............^ _____ told ine, he added, "and I believe Shipyards company report lOO per cent, of their employees subscribers. Quarter of a Million Prince Albert. Sask., Oct. I'.O,-At the end ot the se.ill give thn 'Pro-t."i)iIion' a. tiiaJ and he benefit^'" 'd jiint. iir of the Provincial Board of Health tomorrow-, Thursday morning. There 'is a very great shortage of nurses and lieipers to care for the sick and organize \york for 'fighting tho influenza epideinic. All the teachers ot the province wJiQ are thus relieved from duty, arc urged to offer their services to the local health authorities wherever they may bo located. In towns they should report,to the mayor or the medical health officer, and in villages and municipalities, to tiie reeve. If tliere is no- nrg-ient need for iheir services locally, they are askoti to rejiort to the deputy minister ot "education, Edmonton, who will co-operate witli the health-depart, ment. in having them sent where they will be ot a greater service. This unfortunate epidemic is causing great hardship and suffering and it is au opportunity tor service which I liopo will be-fully appreciated by the teachers of the province. Percentage of,tDeaths Higher" Edmonton. Oct. 30.-The; provincial board of boallli has issued orders closing all schools in Alberta tomorrow. The minister ot education has called upon all teachers to do what they can in fighting the Influenza epidemic. The number ot cases in the province does not show much increase today, ! but the percentage of deaths is high-I cr. I New Cases at Winnipeg Winnipe,?, Oct. 30.-^There are many new case.s of Spanish influenza in Winnipeg and district this morning. One hundred and tl/irt.v-olglit cases had been reported up to noon at the city health office, which was receiving reports of new cases every te\v minutes at that time. Twelve deaths from pulmonary diseases were reported during the morning. : * ? > BEAVERBROOk ILL <. FROM HIS OPERATION Sunlight dispels the hun^ over shadow that once wash day more, to use London, Oct. 30.-Baro'a Bea-verbrook, whose resiguatioa as liead of -the propaganda department ot the British government was announced yesterday, has undergoi-ie an operation. The result is caid to be unsatisfactory and hui friends are much concerned f-vor his conditip'a. A A t ^ C A a, A A r'j * .j. 4 1*1- IN fact many women do not say "wash day" any They say "Sunlight Day". It's a genuine pleasure . _ -Sunlight Soap because it means art economical wash, it means a quick wash. Why ? Because, Sunlight is absolutely pure- you need only half the quantity as compared with ordinary soapSt 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 Vou will -see by following the directions. LEVER BRO'iilERS LIMliKD, TORONTO ;