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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - November 1, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE EIGHT THE LFTHBRIDGB DAILY I"ERALD FRIDAY NOVEMBER L. IfMS Sunlight does it Ynil who alwav* dread wa.h day-became of the hner*. of nMrr, wa�h�boarJ ruhhinfl, the damp iteamy air, nith prthap* iiwr �ktrt and ri! lift I':*. !...i,c 'h-'"� '- in Rv.*ata the hnu'i' :�'   >:. tu.in-  ->.|,iv t.ord >e:t ���. ', * .:�-> k"i *.i:-..*..-n �.*.� *!��  Sir :, i��fi' ..f '�.!(! !;'- -lie pr��.-:',' , .-;:r..-r-' ,,' . c-r..'.;- �.,...'(I ' .- anvthtnt; ' �n �> pi,i'.�� *r.v 1  i '�>;:�:� a tie. it:  ' t'.i u.:i:.'.e- an t orient -duge -V- ' .', ..f Kuf'):>*.!� R.:�a;a -rln-  1  ::,!� !.- Th� H-'.-:, t ...� . . !. -..'It .!: =t V :r..n:   i '. ~ [.(>*��: '" iCr' "Mr*' !'r.' >  n.'-aii '" �� e , �� . ;- c ;>;: > ,-* ;�... ;. , r.oticP . \1.1*k�1. C?" "1. -No bodies .i- wrecked �:caine." rrlr.ces* Mere 'pr.i'iplit ']] 'orl.iv owing ��v. rr s.i'p raring .luring mo=t \'';r,,!p,rfl r�M' r!": frcit:i t!i�* t.-f :hi> ^vvoi-'k ,.\tr thl-i nf'cr-i.rr t'a: M'o ' frliircss Sophia , ;.i �,i .|i..;inr ;t If.T.y i:: *: i  Uni of iho jiiKru". !>.'.:�> ,i�h!�:l !',":idr ;'ie nrwkfr iva:.'trm�*rt U"t-i. at-.-i ;ift�'i  th I 'ii r-n'lil�v.f that no h'nmo fc-thr ' :i'asM 1'phv 'i* *h** rr'n^M Soi'iii.i � ..ii '.if .11' ,uhi":| id Cant Iah 'k" hi' 'h.i^ v.o- in iir> of ::idar Ji":l tiiii�*r vi�**e'i ;*: h �'-r>' in tin* iii !nty at 'he tin**  f  Ui�B.H!f Krji i-t� of the light-kr.>. Trtirn I'm SojtV.ts s'ru. k Vjr.i|�rMIt �� i-.t::�frr p.i*�0!ici*r"'. ' 'tn� prol,�hir that if iili':i Tar,' f*'*" had hr-n utteuipte,*. :t woiilil Iinvp �-n ,t . oni'hin.'ej ),� ].�� of |lf>*. At hi., th, l.�tiimeter wa� ri'liiK. in- .'tnc � >*- weather The r.iaiter ' the fe.Jar nr. ! Sip' IMbret! of tin '.-.'>",�* .!��. e on tnurd the ('� � I.sr v.,. t ;,! r*--> *>.�!ld have ai'i.'d NO AUTHORITY FOR TERMS London, Oct. 31.-Sir Qterge Cave, the home secretary, declared In the hauie of commons today there was no authority for the armistice terms with Germany published In the London tnorninp, newspapers. On the face of them, he said, they were obviously Inaccurate. The cables have not brought from London to this country any statement published In this morning's London newspapers purporting to give the terms to be submitted to Qirmtny as a basis for an armistice. It seems probable that the censorship has Intervened to prevent the transmission of any such tern-t, not based on of-flclal authority. WANT RETURN OF TSING TAO San Kranciscti, t'allf.. Oct. r.l.-The return of Tslns Tno. tnken from Germany by .liipan early In the wht, will In* one of fde thing;* rhina. will �hU when f':io iilli"* ilisru** Renerft! peace term*, ni ,'ordinc to lir ('. Tsur. newly .^ppiilnted rn!i�:i| in New York for the r"piih'ir of ciiin-.i. who is here today �n route ;o hi� po.= t. Emergency Hospital Rapidly Filling Up-More Nurses Needed (�peoiftl to t'nr H�rnld> Ferni�, Oct. SI.-The new rmerj- ncy bowpiui whleh hns been equipped jto take onro of as many of the infill-! ciua caeee horn as po*sil)l is rapid-: It filling; up. In fact as rapidly as th� J smbnianco sarrlc*" enn hrinp; the slctt i )v�r.p% in fri.r.1 th� different parte of 1 tbe oilry. There will he fully one htmd-i red patient* housed In Hie new qunrt-' or* before ten oYioek tonicht. Dr. ! Itonnell. who h:is been eonstantly at ! woik umli!t�t tlio B\ifferern since the outbreak of the epidemic, hud to beft i 'f this morning; mid hn* been resting all day i He hope.* tn be out aR�ln in the ' mornlnE to nwolst Pr. Asselstlne. iwho litis recovered from his �.ttnck suffl-1 oiently to bo on duty most of the day. I Dr. Workman, of Coal Croelt, litis I �l�o had to go to bed enfteritiK from' 'grippe., and nearly half of the miners arc unable *o work, owinp to nltnckx of influenza. Number two mine has hern doted jdown liecnttse nil (he fire IkW'vi in thai nit are off duty from the same cause. Mine Manager I'autleld is also on the nick list, and moM of the pit busses are in a like condition. Matron Uansley I.h calling; constantly for more nur.'cs, n� tlio volunteers, (many of them, are aumituhlnK fatigue or rrlppe and are having to be csred for Instead of caring for 'others. The crying need here nu"' '* for nureesi although the rospo"*- to audi calls has been Rene.rous. K^ery nchool teacher who Is able to work Is on duty and they are prorl"* e* caltent nurses. Several of iliem. how-fiyar, are on the sick list nml mnr,> "f them are liable to come down from the effects of overwovk and constant contact with the Infhicn7�. Convalescent, time Is nrrlvlutf fr,i" most of the first patients and, so far. i no new cases of acute pneumonia lirfve jdeTeloped. tho:ifh tho. time for ��eh relapses is just arrivlnR. The 'Ist �' sick ones still grown larger hut It Is I hoped thai this will not. continue to he tho case. The Victory Loan committor, hero has made no effort today to secure Kubsorlptlotm as mosi of them arc on the general rolirf comniltlee and until the new order of thitiKS is thoroughly organized they will make tlio loan business a matter of second consideration. Secretary, Hillings was pleasantly surprised last, iiij?li| with the reports from outside points. With these reports the total for the first throe dnys of the campaign has kopt up tlio average of $2fi,(t(i(l at which lite rate must he kept In order to reach tho limit not for the district. The total now stands at. $75,000. RECOGNIZE OMSK GOVT. | Archangel, Monday, Oct. 28. - -tn re-j sponso to a message from Omsk,, the ' government in northern Hussla head ed by Xlt'liolas Tschnlkovsky has do-| terminer! formally tu rocognlr.o the authority of the Omsk government. i KAISER GOES TO FIELD I ('oiienhagcn, Nov. 1. Emperor U'li-Ham lias left Herlln for Herman grand headquarters, n tnessnge fioin the | German capital today states. SEED GRAIN GRADES Ottawa. Oct. -Thi! regulations have been laid down inodilying tin-ostnblislied grades of seed grains in order to senile a plentiful supply of good seed for I lie ensuing year. Kc-gnlatlons have likewise been mailn v,. sipi'ctlns the ImportNtlon of socil grains into Canada. They aim to prevent the Importation of nndesirahlu seed. After a mnn runs into debt lie either walks out or stays' in. Unsightly pimples and blemishes on the face are sure signs that the skin and blood need the purifying andstrengtbeningactionoi BEECHMS FILLS. Lajgs*! Sale of Mr Msdkia* la ilia WoriaV Sold aTtrrwlMra. la Iivim, 25c ,if >ir.i!'*r 'ha clrrtitn-imp�i*�lW� !'i�' , e nn�ve,l froni ... whli h ilia res; : ';-... t-m to anyon* j m eitrcme dan ni.ir. en the i � I l If:-.. - '  n ,,pp *'�. I �!..>!! .N.-r v. .!!!;�: W ii ,r,-. �r ^, ^� �j. ^� a, a ,j, HOW TO AVOID THE " FL L i � ^i.i..,. 'i - f.iC.l.'i idior. .);:!.li; e. r. r �,,i 'I . f,! �.! Ut-ii. V.. inr\ j". ' itin i'. h,!� t '!".*� i � "I- !i f- v�V. : - - 1 . \ it! o: > c- 11" ' >*; : : > :� > : THE SECRET * "i ii" .". ��n:' S O. >. ( r-.n,,.?.. Sop.'iS.-v savins' 'i, ;!.*!*atbl>- � �-. .-- -r.iii : i ' \\ a*o;-..i.K '.a ' ' ^"T.s " ire �a� ,:ear 1 ft�.m 'he sl.tjj .'-'..ng frotn I'-.e : -g . f '!i.jar '!.,�! to re:i;n to *-.e;ter from i -tii.ujj.ei* i�a At da*,hg!V op Or; ... iuAuf � jv to the nthk thrnut'h *r.o� l-'niind Sophia h*d ahif.ed � iiit^.)' on-' tho r�-ef acj nothing of v. ��(�! n .1 *:io'^ :ng eTcep' iipj rr ;i !!!;!! look for . sn� JN.'.tnt! taf" en Shelter I-' ! I w.tl; f!\e bi, !!. b'l' tlO Hf! Hell, of the Northw�-ft Mount ; .-�'. Police at W;dte l(or�e nrrtvrl ttf-rc !a�t nigh! and in Identify:'!*" �,,, 'ii ii n,# M.,tn bodies' "ill lino. ,,n n ''aiiad.aii u i t-uy /-j:i.i .u you Ret im-iieti-c- not :, �;ei!i'.!iia and the Lai'-nee "'fill up," as In WNS'r.ary csnttuetit*. 'i aivlaina wny /.ru-liuk gets go much farther tniu ord.u.ry oibtrtienw anel �hy the result* are to much better. ZtmHuk i� aoothiug. bealing and actUepur It ends paiu, de�-troya all sarins in a sore or wound -thus jtreventitg any ganger of tolovi polsoninj-and gro*� Bear kkln. A Zi.ii-Buk cure is permanent bfi-auift n varifieii god beala not only the surface akin, bat also tbe underlying tiss'oi, so that thera la do poaaibility o! the dtsftM fcreakitig out acain. Zam-Buk Is 'composed etelusifely of vegetable oils and herbal ti-tracts, with absolutaiy no animal (at or poisonous mineri! cri^s, a/hicfl only irritate iba parts they re intended to heal. It can, therefore, be used on the moat cecaiim* kin and ii tha besi Lalm for baby. It is alto beti for e'-'Je-iitt, ringworm, bolls, pimples. ulc�ra, bjceaaea, blood poisoning �>n!> there must be i oairiiion. and then i confession Therw mutt be practls* � as well as profcsfiioti in those proces-j *e�, which means reparation for tha past and guarantee against backsliding in tbe future. Then. In dun order, 1*111 cptna pardon." atui-iw........-..um 1 Si 171 Canada CAN imd WILL ON July 31, 1918, Canidiaiis had on de-" posit in banks m<3re than a bilfion five hundred million dollars--that was $160,000,000 more than was on deposit on the same date in 1917. And, in the meantime, Canadians hod invested $425,-" 000,000 in the Victory Loan 1917. Besides that they had bought $60,000,000 worth of provincial and municipal bonds. So the people of Canada during the past year have accumulated $485,000,000 in bonds and over $160,000,-000 in cash more than they had on July 31, 1917. That represents concrete accumulated wealth. Canada is to-day the richest country in the world, per capita. Her war debt per capita is lower than that of any other fighting nation. vSo Canada undoubtedly has the ability to oversubscribe the Victory Loan 1918. And Canada must manfully and loyally support the Victory Loan 1^18, because the national safety; the national honor and the prosperity of the country are at stake. Canada's business prosperity is necessary to the main-nance of Canada's war efficiency. *' Get ready to oversubscribe the Victory Loan BUY VICTORY BONDS and help to get others to buy-then buy some more yourself , ' Issued by Canada's Vktary I asm Commirtaw ( ia co-oprratkm with the Minister of Fineacc * of the Dominion of Cassada | � i. A J i I i 4 37287538 ;