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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - October 31, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta THURSDAY, OCTOBER Si. 1918 Tim LET'IBRIDGE DAILY ht^Xi PAGE FIVE ACREAGE UNDER CULTIVATION or V VOtUNTEER\ 1 A5RICt;LTURM HELP i Stock Industry Needs The Victors^ Loan Over !?] 00,000,000 Will Be Required in Coming Year to Finance Exports of Sur plus Products. Sir Tliomab WUlCe, Mlaister of Fiu- be extended �when the war is over. aiicG, announced, that the mtnlmura of the New Victory IJoan is $300,000,-GOO, but his appeal is lor a much larger sum than that. In fact, the real oh-JoctiVe is $500,000,000. Beca^ge it has been necessarj' for the goveriRnent to advance large sums ot money out of the proceeds of Loan issues to finance the purchases of the British Govern- ment tn Canada, it la ot the utmostjaboul^l be sold at a good price. Last JmpofiaDce that the larger gum be " " ' ' - ' " realized. Some Huge Advances Since the beginning ot the war tHe � Govornment has advanced no less a sum than $000,000,000 on the purchases ot the British Government |n Canada. Many important industries hnve Ijeen maintained because ot theie advances. The live stock industry Is oue ot them. Lastx year the Government was forced to\advance the sum ot $100,000,000 on the purchase of hnet anji-^(5rh products. This year, if Creat Britain is to get our surplus of tlieee commodities, wo will have to extaml the same credit to the Mother- lana. AVith Her necessary war expen-,fl;tures more than $35,000,000 a day Britain finds it dtfflculv to pay cash for everything she buys. But ,we find , It'good bUBinesB to extend hi%r credits. The policy enables our producers to find ii market for their products an we are building up business tha1t will Sir Thomas White's Words In this connection it Is ivorth while quoting the -words ot Sir Thomas AVhite: "The Victory Loan (1917) mabtaln-ed the live stock market. The Government has urget^ the farmers to raise hogs. It is, therefore, vitally important that the entire bacon product year's surplus of pork and beef, valued at $100,000,000, was purchased out. right for the British government. Canadian bacon enjoys a great vogue in the Old Country, and the loss ot the British market would be � serious matter for this industry. There was danger last year ot our having to export our hogs on the hoots Instead of packing the bacon In Canada. This was averted by the Victory Loan." Then we have the testimony of Hon. T. A. Crerar, minister of agrlcuiturs, that "Practically all our bacon surplus and a large portion of our surplus ot beef must, find its outlet in Great Britain." It we neglect the British market during these days ot stress' we may lose big business later. In fact, we are sure to. There has been an increase of 470 per cerit. in the exports of animal pro-ducfs during the past four years. In 101,3 we exported a total of $29,704,128. In the past fiscal year the figures had climbed to- $142,245,193. � Don't let the Victory Lonn fall down. It is the biggest thing tor business, and all classes in Canada have felt the thrill ot the revival of trade. Y The Day's War Summary NAUSIA- BRITISH AOiRAL SIGNED AliSIICE ANOjKOyiT Ivondon, Oct. 31.-Gen. Townsend. the British commander, captured at Kut-el-Amara, was liberated several dajfs ago by the Turlis, Sir George Cave, the home secretary, aniioimcetl in the house of commons today. In order to Inform the British admiral In command l^j the Aegean that the TurK'-ish government sent fully accredited plenipotentiaries, .Admiral Caw_tt)orpc, the British commandev, was empowered to inform them ul tlie conditions upon v.'hich the allieK would agree to stop hostilities and could sign an armistice on these conditions in tlieir he-half. The Turkisli representatives arrived at Tiludros, Island of Lemnos, early this week anil an armistice was signed by Admiral Cawtliorpo. on behalf of the allied governments last night. It will cyme into operation at noon toda.v. London, Oct. 31.- (6.00 p.m.).- Conditions In the interior of Aus-trlfl-Hunflary virtually preclude a/' continuance of fighting, according to news reaching London this evening. The ((railways necessary fqr the maintenance of the military forces of the dual monarchy have been completely disorganized. All communications between Agram, Flume, Budapest and Vienna* has been Interrupted and the railway communication be-taveen Berlin and Vienna has been cut. The monarchy is faced with complete internal anarchy. ALY N6TIFIES Some men work overtime trying to dodge hard work. Always aim a little higher than tliu mark-if the mark is a dimple in her chin. *� YOU CAN BRING SIMPSON'SSTO RIGHT TO YOUR DQQ Through .Our Free Carriage System No need to make a special trip to town^r to'^come down if inconvenient or impossible when yoii pan shop quite as satisfactory by phbne or mail. You know the quality of our goods and the wide range. If your purchases are not entirely up to your expectations you can returnthem and your money will be refunded. You run no risk of disappointment or loss. When Ordering Piece Goods State kind of material, color, yards required and the price you would like to pay. When OrderingReady-tO'Wear State Article Wanted, Color, Size and Price You can order Suits, Coals, Dresses, Skirts, Waists, Kimonas, Underskirts, Underwear, Gloves, Hosiery, Sweaters, Boys'Suits, Gips, Over-i coats, or anything in piece goods, such as serges and. wool dress goods, /silks of all kinds, flannels, flannelettes, kimona cloths, sheetings,, nain-' sooks, table linen, ginghams, "prints, towelings, embroidery linens, laces, emroideries, c*"epe de chines, georgettes,' ninons, veilings, ribbons, etc., in fac(>�inythingyou require. TRY OUR MAIL AND PHONE SYSTEM, YOU WILL FIND IT QUITE SATISFACTORY. /y,^ i WE PAY AU CARRYING CHARGES EITHER BY EXPRJSSS OR MAIL The^ Simpson Co., 602-604 Fourth Avenue S. Lethbridge FFER^ OflUIE Italian Army Headquarters, Oct. 20.-;-(8 p.m.).-In answer to Austria's announcement that she v/as ready to evacuate Italian territory, Italy has officially replied that the offer has come too late. It is assumed the Italians will endeavor to drive the Austrians from Italy before an armistice can be signed, Allied troops advancing from the Piave river hav^ captured &0,-COO Austro-Hungarians and have taken hundreds of guns. The 3rd army is still advancing, taking thousands of prisoners and many guns. '/ SIR PERCY RETIRING Ottawa, Oct. 31.-Attei" ?.G years of efficient service^ Sir^erey Sherwood, commissioner of Dominion police, has asked to be relieved of hi.s duties. He is in poor health. GIVE ADVICE OF CHANGE IN ADDr.ESS Ottawa, Ocl,.,^l|j-the department of militiu and defense again urges people v,'ho are recorded as Dyxt-ot-kin to members of the Carjadlan Expeditionary Force to notify the director of record, Military Headquarters, Ottawa, when they change their place of residence in order that communications may be delivered without delay, i NumevLUs telegrams sent by the de-^ partraent-to relatives in different parts 'of tife country informing them of i casualties have been returned by the Itelegtaph companies marked "unde-' livered." ' Thi? is in practically all cases duo to the fact that relatives of ovirsptis soldiers fail to Send in cbang-, lii �addre::ses. , 'jffi; (Emu (Bxin I know a mother, ^ � *   . ^ Who sometimes smiles, * � * And sometimes, Weeps; ... .he smilts because her .-bo.v. * * * . . Whom she thought dead, K. � r ' Is hut a prisoner in Hunland! � � �. N She sees the jlliev -ronien � *  Dressed in black "  *  For boys who won't come back, * � * And theii she thinks, V IP  "Thf Lord was good to me!" IF r � And theh she ^*eeps a �  Because .she fears tlie Huns * r * Arextorturinc lier ;>oy. There are many niiithera � � � � Just like this one. * 6 . 1 ' Are you going t � he'p . . . � * ! Ti. free (heir l.oys? ' * . ' . . ; You are riee; �' * *  � / � Sleep in a cosy bed; Got three square meals! / Wjl.i here's your chancf \ '  *  . To frte those lads. / . . . Buy Victory Bonds! m t � - That's' vrhat Victory feond* * �  Ai-e tor! / *   / ' Ana a lot of other things ' , � �  Beside! ' _,�w. * * * ' ' I Remember those sftd mothers! * *'A Help brings back their boys! � - � � lJuy Victory Bondsl ^ '-H. 0. (By the Associated Press) Disaster threatens the Austro-HuuKarian armies from the St. Elvio to the Adriatic as they retreat from Italian territory. AU the Italian armies now have entered the great offensive against tlio Austrians rfnd the billed troops are advancing rapidly along the entire front from fjako Clarda to the Adriatic. WEST FRONT AT STANDSTILL Fighting activity on the front ifi France and DolgUim remains at a ^'^rtual standstill. Shattered by the irresistible advance of the Italians. British and French across the Plave, the Austrian.^ are flooijig rapidly aei oss the plains of eastern Venetla towar(K,.the line of the l3nn:'.o, from which thfy advanced a year ago. American trbops are taking part in the advance of the Italian 10th army, which already has reached the outskirts of Sncllc. 15 mile.s uast of the Piavi?. The total of Austrian prisoners is approaching 40,000. "Because of our desire for iieace. our troops in Italy will evacuate occupied regions." says an official statement from Vienna la.st night. Apparently the .\uBtfinn forces .which worn alopg Iho Piavc will havi; groat difficulty in reaching the hills east of ilie Ison?.o. Tlicy hav(! been separated from the armies in the mountains wnst of thc' Piiivc and the allies already threaten their rear from the region ot Vitlorio. Along the lower Plave, the Italian 3rd army has crossed the rivnr^ and taken up the pursuit. In the centre, the Italians have taken Oderzo. while tu.'-ther north tliey have advanced beyond Vittorlo in the direction of Beluno. AUSTRIANS IN SERIOUS PLIGHT In retreating across llie plains over the miles between the Piave and the fsoiizo, the Austrians rush backward as through a narrow hallway walled in on the north by the Carnic Alps and on the south by the Adriatic. The situation of the Austrians guarding the Trentino along the front from the west of Lake Garda to the Pi.nve also is becoming serious. Between the Brenta and the Piave the IG Austrian divisions operating there have been cut oft by the capture of Valda Pass. Elsewhere on this front the Austrians must retreat northward through the Alps with the Italians, British and French at their heels. If. as reported, the Italians arc attacking from St. Elvio southward to Lake Garda, as well as eastward from the lake, the allies iuivn begui'. the familiar pincer movement tn tlip Trentino. W.iTSTOBE AT PEACE TABLE Berne, Oct, 21.--Tlie German state of Austria has been created by act of the German national council of Austria, and a note to President Wilson notifying Mm of this action has been drawn up and approved at a full meeting pt ths council. The state claims nli tterritory ot old Austria where the majority of the people are German, Tho newly created state, the note sets fortii. according to this summary, demands that its representatives bo admitted to participation in the peace negotiations. The new .state recognizes the independence of the ,iugo-Slav and Ciecho.  Slovak states. It claims for'itself Mor-  avia and Silesia. It appeals to President Wilson to give the new nation the right to dispose of itself. A girl's dearest friend Is apt to be one she has known less than two weeks. Buy Your Tea I At "The Bay" e Have j'ou ever tried our noted "Hudson's Bay"/blend of tea? Tt not. give it a trial. You will be delighted with its delicate flavor. U is blended by our own experts and is of one uniform quality- never varies. Then our .storing facilities are perfect, ensuring protection from deterioration. We sell other standard blonds as weli, at the same prices as "cash aud carry" firm.'-', but we deliver the goods FREEi. ' Phone your orders an(^'save yourself inconvenience. HERE ARE OUR PRICES and remember, it will reach you without any extra ^charges to meet. H. B. 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