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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - November 1, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta w eight � V ; the LETHBRIDGIs DAILY IXRALO FRPAY NOVgMBEB tJ9tS NT PLACE BLAME ONCAPIAINOFTHE ^ WRECKED VESSEL NO AUTHORITY FOR TERM* Sunlight does it Yao who ilwari dreid waih ivf-beoaoie of the hours of wtmrr, wath'hoTd rubbin|, the damp iteamy air, irith peihapi your skirt and ihoes tplaihcd and leaked-jnit forfct all that. Come into the ease and comfort or\ Sanli phor, Quinine and courige-huy * > Victory Bonds.- * 2. Keep' yoiir feet wamir^on * V the first syihptom of ' ''cold ? : feet.'; buy yictor>' Bonds.  : 3 ,. Avoid worry-^think of * : yictiiry and Buy Bonds. ? " f;4;. Take Plenty of open-air ? �'exarclse-^try selling Victory ? j Bonds, ' I* 5. Pufgi^'phur in ypiir shoes. * use ginger .when buyin^Vlc- > tory Bonds. i Island with five bodies, but no life. * ? i I signs of life. Capt. Bell, of the Northwest Mounted Police at White Horse, arrived here last night and Is Identifying several bodies herigtofore unl^nown. A number of victims will be buried tomorrow. Many bodies will leave on a Canadian steamer for Vancouver probably tomorrow. UNITED MINE WORKERS, FOR FULL SURRENDER IflCRiT iF SAViHG In spending to the best advaU', ��:-:,'!~gettlng the most for your j ; .uuy. That is what you doi when ; buy Zam-Buk, and that is why 7;irriBuk Is the choice of the good Ucusekeeper and careful buyer. \Vhen you buy Zam-Euk you get W^t jnediclue-not Z^/o medicine and the balance "fill up," as In ordinary ointn^ents. This explains why Zam-Buk ;goes so much farther than ordliuiry ointments asA why the result^ are so much better, Zatn-Buk is soothing, healing and antiseptic. It ends pain, des-troya all germs in a.sore or wound -thus preventing any ganger of Wottd-polsoning-and grows new skin. A Zam-Buk cure is permanent becaucA it purifies and heals not only the surface skin, but also - the underlying tissues, so that there is no possibility of the dl9eas� fereaklng out again. Zam-Buk is l^omposed exelusirely �t vegetable tills and herbal extracts, with absolutely bo animal fat or poisonous mineral drugs, hich only irrlUte the parts they �re intended to heal. It can, there* Core, bo used oh the inapt seaBitive �kin and i*' the best balm for baby. It Is also heat for eciema. ' tkagyoTtn, 'hollB, pimples, ulcers, AfaieesHei -blood poisoning and ''' p}Iea. All dealers or Zam-Buk Co,, .Toronto. 60c. liox, S for H,26. (Buy a Victory Bond). Indianapolis, Ind.,-Nethino but the unconditional surrender of Germany ought to be e'onsidered, the United Mine Workers of America said In a teieflram to President Wilson, In statins viewe on the latest note from Germany. The. message was slgnsd by Will-lam Green, secretary-treasurer of the orgahization. It was made pui>-lie here today. The meeeage says that Germany now denying guilt of cruelty and wanton destrustioij is the same Germany which destroyed hospital ships and, In bombing raids on London and Parts, killed innocent women and children. Continuing, the message reads: "Civilization cannot condone these offenses. The military rulers In Germany realizing defeat Is Inevitable, are attempting to save themselves. Nothing but unconditional surrender ought to be Considered. Fortified^ German towns and cities and Berlin also ought to be occupied by silled iroopa until after all' peaoe trsatlea are signed. That would convince the German oeopfe of the euperiorlty of the allied forces." More than 60,000 members of the mine "workers' organliatlen are in the army. '" '...... A PRESBYTERIAN PEACE Xew York Times:-An American H'lio has seen Wllst)n at work In his lype-wrlter corner said today: "In my mind's eye I can see the President with bis thlnkinig cap on, beating out bis reply to Germany. I fancy him in a Presbyteriaii mood and prescribing a CalrlnlBtlc process of conversion for the Germans, There must first bo a conviction of sin and wrong. Then therei must be contrition, and thisn confession There must be practise as veil as pi-bfession in these processes, which means reparation tor^he past and guarantee against backsliding In'the futiire. Then, In due order, Rpm^vardoE." London, Oct. 31.-�lr, George Cave, the home aeeretary, deelkr-ed In the house of commons today there was no authority for the armistice terms - with Germany published in the London morriing newspapers. On^ the face of them, he said, they were obviously Inaccurate. The eablea have net brought from London to this country any statement publlahed In this morning's London newspaper* purporting to give the term* to be aub-mittod to Germany as a basia for an armistlcs. It seem* probable that the censorship has Intervened to prevent the transmission of any such terms, net based on ef-fleiai authority. WANT RETURN OF T8IN6 TAO San iYancisco, Calif., Oct. 81.-The return of Tsing Tao, taken from Germany by .Tapan early in the war, will be one of the things China wlU ask when the allies discnss general peace terms, according to Dr. C. Tsur, newly appointed consul In New York for the republic of China, who is here today en rente to his post. REPORTEimFElE Ememreiicy Hoapita] RapMIy Fillinf Up-More Names Needed ]ia� rocovored trom his attack suffi-:xjl*ntly to ))e on duty most of the day. Dr. 'Workman, of Coal Creek, has a\�0 h&d to go to bed suffering from grtppJB, and nearly halt of ..the miners. ari� unable to wohk, owliie to attacks of Influenza.. ^Utnber two mine has been closed down because all the fire bosiea in tha^ pit are off duty from the same caiiae. .Mliie Manager Oautleld is also on the sick list and moat of the pit bosses are In a like condition, iyfatro^'Langley Is calling constant-,ly Mr more nur:^es, as the volunteers, (Special to the Herald) Sany of them, are succumbing to FemM, Oct SI.-The new emtrg-ltal today states. SEED GRAIN GRADES Ottawn. Oct. 31.-Tho regulBtlons have been laid down modifying the established grades of seed grnlns In order to secure a plentiful supply ojt good seed for the ensuing year. Re-giiltitlonK have likewise been mado re. spectlng the Importation of soud grains Into Canada. They aim to pro-vent the Importation of' undesirable seed, After a man runs into debt he either Walks out or stays"in. Unsightly pimples and htoniialMS on the face are sore signs that the sUn and hlood need the piqifying andstrengtbenhigactiondf EEECIMMS TILLS. �V ON July 31, J918, Carl posit in banks mc^ I hundred million aoKjtfs $160,000,000 more th^n wU the same date in 1917. on de- that was ^ray-iT.'rrrH-�.y -Crt . , _....... And, in the* meantime, Canadians bad inVSsted $425,-"' 000,000 in the Victory Loan 1917. Besides that they had bought $(50,000,000worth of provincial and municipal bdinds. 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 fightingf nation. , - So Canada undoubtedly has the ability to over-subscrite the Victory Loan 1918. AnH Canada must manfully and loyally support the Victory Loan 1918, 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-";aance of Canada's war efficiency. Get ready to oversubscribe the Victory Loan If / BUY VICTORY BONDS and help to get others to buy-hen buy some more youi^ejlf Imd by CuiMk't Vktery Lean ComniMn ..f is' viMipentiofi with tba Minister tJt Finaace ' ^ of tKe Dominicm of Caaada 61 ;