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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - October 29, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE EIGHT THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY fifttULD I fifty t Juncuu. Ala^k-.i, Ch; Jhui Pacific Siriini-liip '  y\\\> w.i- 'nr'ncvr.; 'i>lnMl My .1 ^i.1 : powerful medi-cinci are released in the form of healing l3t fumes. These & are Inhaled, with the breath and c me into direct contact with the bronchial tube* anil lungs In a way that meilt-ciue swallowed into the stomach cannot possibly do. l)y this direct action, Peps not only strengthen and protect any weak spot in chest 1 or throat, but give immediate relief to those suffering from bronchitis, asthma, night cough, etc. All dealers or Peps Co., Toronto. 50c. box, 3 for 91.25. rasf TiuAL Send this advertisement/and Ic. stamp lot postage to Peps Co., Toronto, and re-ceive free trial package. Hi: Iok Oi.- Ihc coveinmcni tender Ce-d;i,-. .\ lis! iiln'li's." niep^iige rccoiv-I'd by t';ic*c vessels from the Soph in : �iis jit .. uYlucU 1'iiilny and it sulil 'ihey !i;ihip than in, , sinali boats. ' S'lo.'t. but vivid, was the deserip- J 'Hot', of the \vr"ek as related in the i i'.i.,r.v of John Mnskell. of Dawson. He' ' r.i-e under el 1M: j -'ruck the reef in a blindins j -)v, .-tot :r. dm in,, i!;e nlsht, A mi:u-i>f pa--encer FOR THE HIGH SCHOOL STUDENTS ? ? > Paris Press Look Upon Com mil-nicntion as Meaning Capitulation I'aris, Oct. _'S. -Commentiim on the Austrian note, it is generally pointed out by the I'aris papers that fount Andrassy. the new Austro-Hungarian foreign minister, represents but u nomination by the Austrian emperor. "If.' says the Journal des Debates. "Secretary Lansing replies, which is not certain, it will be easy tor him to say: 'There is no occasion to pursue ml by a number of small boa;*, bin it ! the question, as neither Austria-Hun-i- too rouah to transfer the passen-1 gary nor a common minister of former- In .the realism eliat we are Mir-J eign affairs exist?.'" rounded by crave danger. I make this] Referring to the phrase my last will" awaiting oilier results," tin Then followed ;',c will, dividing his, says: property between-fcis father and Dor-' "III (liese words the son of the mill othy llurKe-s. ins wife to be �without Matin ills cheater. Kngi.ind. Search-- for bode-s of being prosecuted in the winds, snow and anitry Man- he Sophia Is little of cold waters by | scares of fishermen aud Juneau vol-| ;,.nt"pr.- ; An Ontario Miner I Vancouver. nt . a min'nc expert and on" of the i victims of the Sophia, has been recov-1 ered and identified. -r. � .-> V'fp!v T-er.i11 London. Oct J1' -Keports of German submarino" b-'inc recalled to home ports.  oupied with comparative inactivity on th- part of the ('.boats. i-> heme ilisi ".i-sed !�> the admiralty officers here, it u not believed that I'lermany "a- .ibamlon-'d he- submarine warfa'e The v;e� expressed :� t'tat Germany, in restnflng the operation*.of submarines. hop�-� to weight to the evidently Inspired report' that s'.i'' ! COUGHS.COLDS BRONCHITIS: montreal, is said Montreal. Oct. C3 -A committee of K>. composed mostly of Montreal eler. gymen of all denominations. *o!d|e.-s and lay workers. lia� made an Inquiry into vice conditions in this city. It-report published today refers to the triumphant vice here and to the sy�- j umatized social pvils. It l� nuggest- i ed thai the tommittee vote money t > ! provide a cjearing house for informs ; tion regarding vice condltlonn. whbh j will insist on the ituppreision of com- j merciullied Immorality and illrt-et an ] investigation into the working, hoiis. j ing and recreation of young girls. : A iommUi-mocr.h'ie. ,r the entente can i : maintain only one attltude--an arm- j ' :smcj� first and all t!:elr conditions of ' pe.u-e afterward, but only afterward.' ] I says L'Homme Libere. The Journal says: i 'There is a uni'iuo opportunity to lay down a reasonable basts (or the 'future edifice of cflntrat Kurope The' 1 total dislocation of the Ilapsburg ; monarchy threatens to strengthen! ' Germany by the addition of \2M'r>.nn" : i ermans and Austrian and as manv' Magyars A centre of gravity is tie- : ^ ee>,ar> in middle Kurnie. This centre of gravity can only be at Vienna | or , erlin What will happen It we, p;i'. Vienna and Herlln in the 83mo he!-; mat?" j Received in Washington j Washington. Oct. 29. -The new Aus- | :rian note nuking for an armlstl'-e and peace ti-rnn was rwelved by cable to-itay at t'.�� Swedish legation for de. livery to the slate department. The text is said, to be identical with that cabled by the As.oeluted Press from Basel yesterday, Word of the arrival of the note came just as the cabinet uas asHembllnc at the White House for tiie usual Tuesday meeting, at which both the new Austrian plea and the latest German} note were expected to be discussed. I The High School will be open on Wednesday and Thursday from. ? to so that all pupils who wish to got their books, may do so at that time. The following course of studios Is suggested for the pupils. Lessons in I Latin nndAKreuch nil) be published in | tomorrowT paper. 1 Grade 9 A and B. Br. Hist.-Stmly. Heigns of Chas. If. nml Jos, II. K�g. Lit.-Study. : Hrownillg, "The Pied Piper." "How they brought the good news." Memorize lines 1-20. Geometry-Heviso definitions. Axioms and Postulates Propositions 1, ' II and 111.. Grammar-Studv chapter VI. pages IS.V1K. Study pa'ges ;:is-J.'.l. Physical Science Revise all prcvi-otis work. Study chapter on work and , energy. Nptei when work is done and rule for measuring it. The nnll commonly used. Work out problems at i end of chapter. Measurement of work : done In a certain time. Definition of power. I'nlt used-1 horsepower. I.enrn .definition. Work problems on ubove. �� Hiology-Itevise all notes on Insects aud plants. Read chapter in book on ! butterflies and bees I Composition-Spelling, lessons 23 'iinil :\. Ste:i. il'ltmuiiL ICx. 10. Sten.  Gregg). Lesson Comp. Soe thai all back work is finished. Aft-Sue that nil drawings Ifched to tltite. Grade X.  Art - Have nil work finished. Physical Science--Heviso nil work already taken up In bent. Head chapter on fusion and vaporization. Problems. ;i,"i grams of n metal are heated lo 100 degrens (','utid placed in 111 grams of water at t degrees C. and I the resultant temperatures ir> degrees ,m" C. Find the specific heat or Hie metnl. I 'And (2) Wnd the resultant temperature on placing .75 grams of � substance (sp. heat .81 nndNieaVil lo lie degrees C. in ISO grams of.a liquid at 10 degrees C whose sp. heat is .0. Geography - Itevlslon of previous work. Study chapter on volcanoes and their history. Hiology-ltevisiou of notes. Study ire fln-|21!� anil 32:!. Work (|iie.slions ti, S, i 10 on psgo 1?',). Head chapter on mil-j .slcnl Instruments... Chemistry- Study rest of chapter on oxygen aiid all previous experiments. Head over chapter on hydro gen. -Agriculture- Itevise nol.e complete iy. Kllg. Lit-Head "Passing of Alili Memorize 20 Hues beginning, slowly an.'nvered Arthur fronH the barge." j Arith.-Present worth, pp. 201-2ur>.1 Hist.-Study chapters . XVI.-SXIV,. P. U2-1'.ll. Col. Heading-Finish "Life of Goldsmith." ; Grade XII. i Physical Science-Hevise chapter on work and energy. Study chapter on centre of gravity, slates of eiiulli- . I , from text book, chapter on fishes. es;; ,)rlmn_ Wri,. al)!MV,r!( ,, (|,(,s,|011s peclally niethod of breathlui:. and \ ,,n,| 0f - adaptation to surroundings. Make sketch of pome fish naming all fins. I'hig. Lit.-Head "Merchant of Venice." Memorize Act III. Scene II. L 149-lTe. Memorize Act IV., Scene I., 1,. 1S2-20J. Ulstorv-Study chapter 1I.-V1I. pages 2i.';:. Grammar- Chapter VI. and VII . So-141. Review P. IHVaal. Composition-Spelling. Lessons 2f. and 21. Gregg t. Law, Sec. 44-IS. Inclusive. Geog.. Saskatchewan. Comp., ICx. |.\^Sten., 7O-S0-S1-S2. ill). Sten. Kx. 190-1'JI-1!)2: 10 law phrases. Ilkkg. Finish Sot- XI. Part II. Grade XI. 'Physical Science - Hevise all work in sound. Study closely paragraphs 1' Quick, Clean, Low-Priced Warmth A cosy bedroom to dress the kiddies; in these chilly mornings is a great comfort. And so easily secured with a Perfection Oil Heater. Through the day you can carry it from room to room, driving out cold, and substituting chfery economical warmth. No du&ty ash pan or smudgy coal hod, no smoke, no smell. Just i lean heat from Boyalite Coal Oil, the fuel that all goes into heat. N'o trouble to clean, fill or light Perfection Oil Heaters - quickly re-wicked. For looks, Perfection Oil Heater is neat, tidy and handsome. It pays for itself many times over.--. At hardware and general stores everywhere. IMPERIAL OIL LIMITED BRANCHES IN ALL ClTtU PERFECTION OIL HEATERS SAVE THE DOMINION1* COAL , look /or the cm list i is not heavy! :tory rioml) ,-Today's, casualty j following western I lli'JV Ti v- Ottawa, Oct. tut inciuileii the iiien and officer*: INFANTRY Killed iu Action; II. D. Towniley, N'ueliy, Attn ; I.ieut. C. 1". IJuff, CoOjiit-".own. Oiil I lied: \V. Kulierti., Cliurluttc Island, U.c ; I. Hutner, WUtc Alta Mounded and Cji.-tsfd: K. It. McC'aii-aw, Calcary. ARTILLERY ! Killftif in Action: Capt. il. W. Mae I licison, M.C., Ottawa SERVICES , Died: Capt. K. ft. Quigley, Toioiito. hungary to get El (Uuy u Vli'toty fiomli Cop�nhag�n, Oct, 29.-Archduke Jo��ph hat inued a proclamation staling yiat Emparor Charlat hs* changed him with the talk of securing the complete independence of Hungary, a dispatch from Budapest says. vTh� proclamation add* that peace will be aspired to at once nd Hungary wilt join a league of nations, her Integrity and unity being the first aim. "UoWn Rule" Hen S. Stauffer iIih Chicago of Trud�, dlei di J.i>ne Branch ut paralyala, ' cTinptcr. Study cliuiitir on friction, I.enrn lawn of friction. Write unsworn lo iiurslloiiK at cud o[ chapter. Chemistry-Study chnptor 7 Chlorine and Itn compounds, fiirticiilnr attention to compounds of chlorine with hydrogen and oxygen. Learn equations for reactions. Rend next chapter on KloctrolyslR, etc. lllst.-Chapter I.XII.I-XX.. 1\ r.t'.fi- tiJS. ' KiiR. \M.-Itend MacHctli. Memor Izo Act. 1. Sc. III.. I>. 14-i�; 1/. :ifl-47; lv. IL'T-H^; Act I Sc. V.. 1.. liVJ'.l; I. :ts,-.|. Col. Itpad-nnlsh ".lullus Caesar." Knit. Lnu.-llalleck Chapter II. lvounshury Chapter V. The rallrondH In South liakota employing woolen section hand.i. Tuesday, ocronnn 2�. 1'.)1s Get * Your Digestion in Shape Many ailments are caused by stomach weakness. Faulty digestion leads to biliousness, sick, headache, dizziness, sallow skin and eruptions. Maintain a healthy condition of the stomach and you will get rid of the chief cause of your sufferings. Do not neglect the laws of health. Keep stomach, liver and boweli in order by timely use of LwsmI S�l. *f ui Meejclae la tfe. Wotll " " iraere. 3�M ererrw a la iMMf, ate. Jack Canuck-Storekeeper IN Manitoba, Saskatchewan and Alberta Jack Canuck is running an immense produce business these days. - m He has millions of bushels of grain; boat loads of flour; vast herds of cattle, sheep and pigs; butter, cheese and poultry and other food supplies by the trainload. The customers at his counter are Great Britain, France and Italy, whose credit is unquestionable, but who are just now short of cash. So Jack Canuck in order to sell his goods must give his customers credit until the war is won. It is just the same situation that confronts every storekeeper who gives farmers credit until their crops are harvested. So Jack Canuck borrows money on Victory Bonds in order to give credit to his customers. He pays good interest on Victory Bonds. He offers as security all Canada and everything contained therein. By issuing; Victory Bonds Jack Canuck keeps his big business going-and all the money he borrows from Canadians he spends in Canada. * * * * � We must buy Victory Bonds -in order that the business of Jack Canuck shall remain prosperous and Healthy. We must buy Victory Bonds ^in order that our brave and gal-ant army shall have food, clothing and ammunition to win complete Victory over the enemies of our country. Buy Victory Bonds so that Jack Canuck can continue to give credit to his customers leiued by Ceaade'i Victory toaa Comeniltte ia co-eperatiaa wil* the Mialtler of Klaeote of the Dftalaioa of Caaada. 13362939 ;