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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - October 29, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE EIGHT THE LETHBRIDG^ DAix.T. T[?ft TUESDAY, OCTOBER 29, lOlN ii V.1 fiEE HUNDRED AND FTY-TiEE IRE ONBOi�IDMSe Juneau. Alaska, Ott. J?-Thp Cana-3ian Pacific Sleafusliip company's steamer Princess Sopli^i went down to j ij^^^ ^^^^ iier dooiii with .'l-t;'. ioulr; on lioard lio- ' ;ween five anil six o'clock Kriday ev- snsngr. This ivas believed lislicil by a siatemeni llic steamer Kins and (he log og (he povei'nnsont tender Cedar. A last wireless message received by these vessels from Oie Sophia was at ii o'clock Friday and it said they had Just time to say good-bye. "We are foundering." The Cedar's wireless operator called the Sophia repeatedly afier that but had ho response. The captain oi" Lite. King and W'inge said the small boats standing by the Sophia repeatedly asked to take off (he Sopitia's pa.^.sengers, but Capt. b. 1'. Lo- was not taking water. 1 The passengers became quiet. Owing I to ihe storm the boats were not iow- cred. This morning we are surround- E BE REPLY TO ISDN Paris Press Look Upon Communication as Meaning Capitulation ! FOR tJHE H|6h � SCHOOL STUDENTS : ed by a number of small boats, but -it ' is too rough to transfer the passengers. In .the realism fUat we are sur-! ^ign affairs exists.' " rounded by grave danger. I make this niy last will." i Then followed tlie will, dividing his : property between--iiis father and Dor-1' ? ^ � 4i *::>? * * The High Schot)l .will be open on Wednesday and Thursday from. 9 to 12. so that all pupils who wish to got their bookSi, may do so at that time. The fdllowlii'g of stiuliDS is suggested ;for the pupils. Lessons iu Latin ail(l|Prench will be pub^^istiod in tomorrow^' paper. Grade 9 A and B. Br. Hlat.-Study. Keigns of Clias. II. and Jas. ll. Kng. .Lit.-Study, Disowning, "The Pied Piper," "How they brought the good news.*' .Memorize lines 1-20. Geometry-Revise definitions. Axioms and Postulatos. I'ropofltions I, II and 111.. ' Grammar-Sludv Chapter VI. pages So-117. Study pages 318-3,-.l. Physical Science-Revise all previous work. Study chapter on work and energy. Note when work is done and rule for ineasuring it. The unit commonly used. Work out prpbletns at end of chapter. Measuremertt of work Referring to tJ.e phrase 'without i ^""^.t''"^- Definition of awaiting other results." the Matin i^.T^^^l.^r'^Vf-tl"^ says: Paris. (Vet. 08.-Commenting on the .�Vustrian note, it is generally pointed out by the Paris papers that Count .\ndrassy. the new Austro-Hungarian foreign minister, represents but a nomination by the .-Austrian emperor. "If." sa.vs the Journal des Debates, "Secr,etary Lansing replies, -which is nofcertain. it will be easy for him to say: 'There is no occasion to pursue the question, as neither .\ustria-Hun-gary nor a common minister of for- "In these words the son of the min- othy Bnrgess, his 'wife to be" o:' Man 1 Chester. England. ; Searcjv for bodies of the Sophia is j being prosecuted in the battle of cold ' winds, snow and angry waters by scores of fishermen and Juneau vol- I'.nteers. An Ontario Miner Vancouver. Oct. I'.i.-The body of George O. Randolph, of Matheson, Ont.. a mining expert and one of the victims of the Sophia, has been recov-ereit and identified. Send this adrer-tisemeatyand Ic. stamp for postage to Peps Co., Toronto, and re. ceive free trial package. A Pine fonesP^' COUGHS. COLDS SUB WARFARE IS NOT ABANDONED I Buy a Victory Bond) London. Oct. 29.-Reports of German submarines being recalled to home ports, coupled with comparative inactivity on the part of the U-boats, is being discussed by the admiralty of-: ficers here. It is not believed that Germany has abandoned her submarine warfare. The view e-xpressed is that Germany,, in restricting the operations-Qf submarines, hopes to lend weight to the evidently inspired reports that she is withdrawing them. It is possible Germany expects to create, a better feeling in America by this procedure and doubtless plans to bolster the waning morale of the submarine crews by demamling less of them. BRONCHITIS: VICERAMPANIIN MONIREAUSSAID Montreal, CTct. 29.-A committee of 16, composed mostly of Montreal clergymen of all denominations, soldiei's and lay workers, has made an inijuiry into vice conditions in this city. ItS' report published today refers to the triumphant vice here and to the systematized social evils. It Is suggested that the committee vote money to provide a cjearing house for information regarding vice conditions, which will insist on the suppression of commercialized immorality and direct an investigation into the working, housing and recreation of young girts. \ commission in lunacy Is being sought for E. L. Chapin of the Xew York World, who shot his wife. ister wbo concluded the Anstro-Ger-man alliance gives official notification that the alliance has been torn up.'' "ATith a government that flatters itself it still exists in Vienna, with that in Berlin and with that iu Constantinople." the newspaper adds, "the only question at the present moment can be to take military guarantees and not negotiate territorial or political stipulations. "This cannot deceive us oa either side of the Atlantic. Does the Ger-I man government regard our program � of an armistice as a series of 'proposi- � tions" to be discussed at leisure, regard it as a solid block of conditions to be taken or left." Terms It Capitulation Paris. Oct. 29.-"The capitulation of i Austria," is the unvarying caption with ' which the morning newspapers pre-; cede Count Julius Andrassy's note to^ President "Wilson. The editorials of i the newspapers, while accepting this conclusion, urge caution, lest there be a hidden snare behind the Austrian offer.  "Beware of the last convulsions of the colossal empire who is not yet completely crushed." writes Maurice Barre in the Echo de Paris. '"The situation will not clear until military defeat is acknowledged or inflicted. It will draw in its train the central empires, including Germany." Alfred Capns. editor of the Figaro, and all writers agree there can be no question of an armistice only on the terms laid down by the allies. Count Andrassy, they say. represents nobody and' therefore separate peace w-itih Austria-Hungary is absurd and ina-possible. "The democracies of the entente can maintain only one attitude-an armistice first and all their conditions of peace afterward, but only afterward," says L'Homme Libere. . The Journal says:" "There is a unique opportunity to lay down a reasonable basis for the future edifice of centraT Europe. The total dislocation of the Hapsburg monarchy threatens to strengthen Germany by the addition of 12,000,000 �-ermans and Austrian and as many �Magyars. A centre of gravity is .necessary in middle Europe. This centre of gravity can only be at Vienna or i-erlin. "What w-ill happen it we put Vienna and Berlin in the same helmet?" Received in Washington Washington. Oct. 29.-The new- Austrian note asking for an armistice and peace terms was received by cable today at the Swedish legation for delivery to the state department. The text is said to be identical with that cabled by/the .-Associated Press from Basel yesterday. Word of the arrival of the note came just as ^he cabinet was assembling at the White House for the 'jisual Tuesday meeting, at which -both the new Austrian "plea and the latest German note were expected to be 'discussed. definition. Work problems on above. Biology-Revise all notes on insects and plants. Read chapter in book on butterflies and bees. Composition-Spelling, lessons .23 nnd 24. Sten. (Pitman). Ex. 19. St^n. I (Gregg). Lesson 9. Comp. See thai i all back work is finished. i .\rt-See-that nil drawings are flu-lushed to (iHle,  - Grade X. - Art-Have all worK finished. Physical Scloiico-Revise all work already takonaip In. heat. Road chapter on fusion,.i\ncl .vaporization. Problems. 9o grnnis of ii metnl are heated to 100 degreesC,'iiiid rplacod in 114 grams of water at degrees C, and the resultant temperatures 15 degrees C. Find'tiio spetjjiie heat ot the metal. (2) Find the resultant temperature on placing ,75 grams of a. substance (sp. heat,.8� antlNienVd to 95 degreo."! "C, in 130 grams ot,a tltiviid at 10 degrees C whose sp. heat is .li. Geography-Revision of pvevious work. Study chapter on volcanoes and their history. Biology-llevision of notes. Study from- text bpojc, chapter on flshc!, es peclally m'etfibd of breathing, and adaptation to surroundings;'' iMak? sketch of some fish naming �U fins. Bng. Lit.-Read "Merchant of Venice." Memorize Act 111. Scene II, Tu 149-175. Jtemorize Act IV., Scene 1., L. 182-20o'. History-Study chapter Il.-Vll, pages 213-313. Qvammar-Chapter VI. and Vll., 83-141. Review P. 34S-351. Compbsition-Spelling. Lessons 23 and 24, Gregg 4. Law, Sec. 44-48, inclusive. Geog., Saskatchewan. Comp., Ex. 5. (Arsten.. 79-80-81-82. iB), Sten. Ex. 190-191-192; 10 law phrases. Bkkg. Finish Sfet,XI. Part II. Grade XI. ^Physical Science-Revise all work iu sound. Study closely paragraphs 219 and 223. Work questions 3, ."i, Ii, S. lO^otiiiRge; 19?. Read chapter on luu-sicnl inat^^)nenta..^. Clioml*try-^i9tiidy rest of chapter on oxygen niid all previous 6xi)eri-luents. Read over chapter on hydro-Ben. . -A.sricuUui-e-Revise not.o complclo-ly. Eng. Lit.-Read "Pusslng of Arthur," Memorize 20 lines beginning', 'And slowly answered Arthur from"] the barge." Arlth.-PresentA worth, pp. 201-205. Mist'.rr-Stndy' cUaptcr.s-' XVI.-XXIV., P. 112-194. '.Ool. Heading-Finish "Llle of Goldsmith." -� \ GradiB XII. Science-UeviBe chapter Study chapter Physical on work and energy. on centre ot gravity, states of equlll . ; I hrium. Write answers to questions at i ' ' end of ctiapter. Study chapter on trie-: lion. Learn laws of friction. Write an-  swers to questions at end of chapter. \ (3hemistr.v-Study chapter 7 Ghlor- j Ine and its compoimds. Particular at-1 tention to compounds of chlorine with . hydrogen and oxygen. Learn equations for reactions. Read next chapter on Electrolysis, etc. Hist.-Chapter LXII.-LXX., P. 569-688. ' Eng. Lit.-Read MacBeth. Memorize Act 1, Sc. IIL. L. 14-2fi; L. 39-47; L. 127-142; Act 1 Sc. V., L. 15-29; L. 38-54. Col. Read-rrPinlsh "Julius Caesar." Eng. Lan.-Halleck Chapter II, Lounsbury.Chapter V. TI\p railroads in South Dakota are employink worilcn section hands. Get Your 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 healtlt. Keep stomach, liver and' bowel^ in order by timely use of Opius Qjuick, Clean, Low-Priced l^^imth A cosy bedroom to dress the kiddies in these chilly mornings is a great comfort. And so easily secured Avith a Perfection Oil Heater. Througli the day you can carry it from room to room, driving out cold, and substituting chCery economical warmth. No du&ty ash pan or smudg>' coal hod, no smoke, no smell. ]nst clean heat from Royalite Coal Oil, the fuel that all goes into heat. No trouble to clean, fill or light Perfection Oil Heaters - quickly re-\vicked. 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 CITIU PERFECTION OIL HjSATERS SAVE THE DOMINIONS COAL ^ look/of the cmiYiisi S NO! HEAVY 1 / fBuy a Y'cton" Bond) Ottawa, Oct. 29.-Today's casualty list included the following western men and officers: i INFANTRY j Killed in .\ction: H. D. Townsley. .Vateby, Alta.; Lieut. C. P. Duff, Cooks-I town, Ont. ; i Died: W. Roherts, Charlotte Island, i B.C.; L. Butner, Wiste. Alta. Wounded and Gassed: E. R. .McCas-; kie, Calgary. ! ARTILLERY ! KilletT in .Action: C.npt. H. W. Mac-Pherson, M.C.. Ottawa. SERVICES Died: Capt. F. G. Quigley, Toronto. HUNGARY TO GET E fBuy a Victory BonO) Copenhagen, Oct. 29.-Archduke Joieph hat iMued a procl,amation stafing Oiat Emperor Charlea has changed him jwith the tatk of securing the complete independence of Hungary, a dlipatch from Buda-pe*t �aya. >The proclamation adda that peace will be a�<)ired to at once and Hungary will join a league of nationc, her integrity and Ainity being the first aim. ^ "Golde [leii Rule" Ben S. Stauffer. o', the Chicago Board of Trade, dIeJ ||' J^oas, Drancb of psralysis, ' 4 Jack Canuck IN Manitoba, Saskatchewan and Alberta Jack Canuck is Tunning an immense produce business these days. - , He has millions of bushels of grain; boat loads of ffour; vast herds of cattle, sheep and pigs; butter, ;chepse and poultry and other food supplies by the tfaihload. 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 storekeepei: who gives fai'mers credit until their crops hoc harvested. So Jack Canuck borrows money on Victory Bonds in order to give x:redit to his customers. He pays good interest on Victory Bonds. He oners as secvirity all Canada and everything contained therein. By issuing Victory Bond^ Jack ^ Canuck keepd his. big business going-and all the money he borrows from Canadians he spends in Canada. / ,* * *  1 W^e niust buy Victory Bonds �in order tiiat the business of Jack Canuck shall remain prosperous and healthy. We must buy Victory Bonds 'in order that our brave and gallant army shall have food, clothing and ammunition to win complete Victory over the enemies of our country. Buy Victory Bonds so tliat Jack Canuck can continue to give credit to his customers Issued by Caaada's Victory toaa CoiiMnittee ia co.opcratiaa wit;^ the Mialstcr of Fiaance of tkc Dflaiaioa of Caaada. 64 ;