Internet Payments

Secure & Reliable

Your data is encrypted and secure with us.
Godaddyseal image
VeraSafe Security Seal

Lethbridge Herald Newspaper Archives

- Page 19

Join us for 7 days to view your results

Enter your details to get started

or Login

What will you discover?

  • 108,666,265 Obituaries
  • 86,129,063 Archives
  • Birth & Marriages
  • Arrests & legal notices
  • And so much more
Issue Date:
Pages Available: 24

Search All United States newspapers

Research your ancestors and family tree, historical events, famous people and so much more!

Browse U.S. Newspaper Archives


Select the state you are looking for from the map or the list below

OCR Text

Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - October 30, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta >VKf.)\r:si.)AY. octobkh :(o, Ini� THE LKTj (bhii)oe DAILY HKi.ali) PAGE SEVEN F THE ALLIED TERMS Now ("ionium Note Makes Little Change in the Situation, Says WnHhinfrtnn 'vV.i.->l\iiu:li,n. del it Mi.iiwl lu'ii- thai ihciu'v.' i'diiimimm'Ii al Imii from 'liTinaiiy iiuii!i! mi rhaimi' in tin- nil-nuliiiii. Tln> next sli'ii l� i>x|m>rti'i| lo t'1' mi ;iiiiii>iiiii'i-tiii'til li'uin mi" in- all llii! lanital:; of the iw-ljrlliRcri'iitri nl armistice tiTHiH. AlthmiKh ollicliils resnrit the Anstro-IltniKarlun sll mi I Ion ax CtC- from ilar ll'leil ami lire iiicl'.vvil J.o (itii'iillon how fie- ilii> Kovfi'iimt'iii at 7li'iimi iiuw is i|ii.'i!ifli!il lo spciik for any one. die iinilnrstiindiiiK lB ttmt. 'hry arc to hi' ilea It wltli on tin; theory t.lmt ;ih in tin' case of Hit! Oitrniuna ai-cnptiim-o of ariiii.itiffi lonn.i nmminiing to stiiTcnil ii- in tlii' fii-lil will Ins tin- lir-nt unarmi-in' of faithful jiiM-forniunrp. of prom-isc!'. Scircliiry Lunsiiij? ha.-; mil i-pi-rivi-il up to early today thn note rcporlcil to in- i iiinini; from Contit Aiitlras.iy. Urn Austrian foreign nilnliito'-. ai-Iunj: 11iill to liilei-yeno wltli l'leshlent Wilson to hasten an armistice iinil !�-iiir diu' iirtslon. It in assumed that his mi iisoi.'il pioi-ediire wan mlnpieii to ini preys upon Hie people at home the (|e fire of the l'overnmenl to lirlfu? alioui immediate peace. Another cotniimnh a lion lo the president liitii.-telf i',-,is not in order, no reply havinc her.-ii lei-civ-ed from Hi'- I a mi. An arniisliee program taid In have linen prepared hy (lie snpreiiie war eoutiell hud not heen repieled on ''siiMy today hy the American rejiresenta-tives. The government, however, is known to favor term* eijimlly as ilra-llr. as those doserihed in pre is oi> patehes as iiRreed upon at Ven-niUci f'rederiih Oderlin. tin- S\vis' m'o my room . 11 - f ' h\!.,) Cod'-: -.i!>e ' ' Tin  frnntii- ;i;11>� i: Icon ^.ti;i' it'oni : I'riiii '~s .Sophia, u .i Inilcil Sint'-.a ti'tidi -lion;. i' i.� iii-iii-' -it. Ii- : went douii in t.vnii We are - otnil,!.: von i i:i ^-nidi- '!- ' ' .iior aiiMven-il tie Mc in^on. o)'-otiv - i ,-itoi i'll 111'1 Si.['hi.' li'-il in viin lo i-;ill I -.:i� tiiun-l y "'-nl,. 'I'ii-. e.;(i,ir. wliii Ii - a Ic ' i:.- H i|ihi.i. 11 i' i l!: 'i.ll.l lo Iii,. : .i  .in. I� '� to r, in .. -. V\'i>: i: of j.ii itel . i Olll ,i' li illl-  :u;\  ',; iii'-aii- nt ' id'-llt i: v it--',,.' wi.i-I.i-: � ill- Illl I'." (if Willi.-: .1 � li.i'i In i, v,.-�'., n-itl. In- .,- v.., .- !,, , Win ii i., "i dv iif lili s-in,il!  . n 'n- .iiui- 'III. -Un ii;tli. nil-. ,\!i;..'.�: Ini-.- i ;� :.-.Inltu I-' i'liKli. III'-.- i o-totn - lot- 111.- Mali IP idle. |.n: ..-i ..- .Mi- .lolm ll'-.itoii �ho I,. di-' over'- ! ti'io I i mintry i l>).i.|- - Id' Ii' a,." ,.f John Alt 1.- 1'r.itt. r.. \J\ I e�. f.o ini-i 1 title ,  i-iii-i .it i:.,i:!e. i lieii. i|.i!.;.et i-r...;. . i.oi I'll ' io- V ui.i :i W.i-i, ,-i:!i GOOD Alii WORK 11;. i �  ��� \ i' S-i -K.j -(.nil. Oi !. Mi fi on: Iliistln-rn In -t liit;li ('r.mcy. K (' . � niilrinuii �>: ' io- j;h-I..i -non Vii-'i'iv lo:;tt e >. eriit i ve. lepurtei! ; :. a I t In-; e v. i-'-e iiui [iei ' � n' a �'-a'lt'viut' --ili.-iriiii i"ii I'liin tie M.m n-'ii it e d I - : i ic' - nori Ii of tin  i' > .'.'lien ,-mi 'l"nf'!r'.-i ^'^'Ml-' \\a- lo!' i\ � �� iiMiiii > 'In-;, in V" �: ,�ii: i..- ii ...i It � '- pic . Iia -i of n  ..a! I - ,'!! i .':..-! ;!,:,., 1 .lire- ' i | �� a ' : M.  ',.!.'� hi- i.. . ti it. 'II'- ''i \i"iviiiK Hie leader: anioiii; di" . nl repor'eil in. t nii^it tliiit flieli -nil ciip'ii.:i- .'.-ill 1,.. inrKc. PROTECT DCPORTATiONS P.iri-,, Oct. .?�.-Thr French i govci ninent protested to Ger many concerning the carrying Jway by force of civilian resi-i dent:, of Laon and has informed Germrny the repatriation of Genr.nn civilians from France will 1)^ ^L.jnijed unler.s Laon civilian'; are returned immediately to the keeoin'.j of the French gov-ernoir-'u. ' RIOTING AT BUDAPEST L iion i-'-'l ; M:m> Jf .���( i" a �� i inline ;i'i' on '.Inn-la \ ,n ! a pe-^t 'I i ', h 11 ' n'. t,; 1 'ill-Ill,.! cell i| iJ pa. i h t Tel.-'-ralltl � l.llitlill'; a id :n have la en  , I! ,- . -. .- :� - !:,,!,,1> Vancouver, Oct. 30.-A special cable from Sydney, Australia, to the Vancouver World sr.ys that the Melbourne city council has adopted a resolution insisting thai Germany indemnify Australia for the losses sustained by the war, the sum of �400.000.000 being bugrjrsted. JAP MINISTER RETIRES 1,i,..,:. (Ii ' .a' Tail .ill ' iuli.-llUe ! 1 a y-�II n;:ni.-:ei i,, cliina ija- r.-"-iKne,l i '� v. i'.l lie - 'li ei'lieil hy > 11 k t Cilia mi,'!,, ;..-ii..-i . iKitPv d'f�ff.tii-s of the :_a;;.,:i ,: l-.-Mt, nol Appalling Conditions Among Belgian Children Fate, of Coming Generation Rests on Relief V/ork. MANN' people li.-ivc !honi;ht thai the United Stales loans lo Belgium Uuvi (itiaticcd .-ill tlic Relief Work rter^ssar)-. Ar. a matter of fact the loans provide the minimum ration to sustain life in a grown poison. The howl til soup and two pieces of bread are totally inadequate to huiid bone and muscle for a growing child. The results are ghastly! "These va. ,-s. running into hundred!, of thousands of sirli and defective children......cannot be taken care of by the general funds", writer. Mr. Hooocr on July 8lh of this year. "There is an increasing need for funds for these cases .... our laSt repm rs show that the soup-lines of Belgium have increased from one-,Hid-a-luiU lo l\vo-and-a-half million persons ... I wirh particularly to remove any doubt as to the acceptability of contributions to the Commission for Relief in Belgium for the ,pecia! purposes above indicated." Unless the sick and starving children of Belgium are given a chance for life, Tuberculosis, Rickets and kindred ills will claim the next generation. That u Belgium's outlook. And yet a few dollars will restore health and Strength to one of these tiny sufferers. Will you open your purse and help! // l\ile Imii willed it that uou ahviU Si'.F. tlirse hiihies \timitx�, 1/01; Uould fhatc voie oil with them. Mutt i/oti Sfcli, he/ore vou Will http ? tutor* yon til down lo another m*�\, think of the Belgian children too weak to aland in the anup-line, and give. Civ* generously. Kill-.. � i t'-l ' .1: ! \1 i. Make cheques payable and send contributions to n Relief fund ii.. ..lid I" �! .tl iv' -1 i.  tot. iv !!. I'., it i-.1 " li-.illoti iii-.ih:-. ' > !>U :i� l,.,ll'-'l tiilli.: (Ri'giMi'i i-ii under the War Charities Act; to your Local Committee, or to Headquarters: 59 St. Peter St., Montreal. 112 11 Are YOU a Shareholder in Your Country ? Canada's 'Scrap of Paper'-Good as Guinea Gold *N CANADA, as in all right-thinking nations, good faith is the foundation of all out- business dealings., Without a sound basis of credit our whole financial structure would crumble and decay. , j The 4o Victory "Barrage" From the standpoint of Patriotism your duty is clear. But, apart from any consideration of duty and patriotism, Canada's Victory Bonds represent the safest, surest and best investment in the world today. This Space Donated to the Victory Loan 1918 Campaign by P. Lund & Son Credit is the belief of the creditor in the borrower's intention and ability to pay. {'( ^*ou do not hesitate to exchange lour silver quarters for a Dollar Bill, because you kttCAV that Dollar is as good as Guinea Gold. Vet a Dollar Bill is only a "scrap of paper" bearing Canada's statement that it will Day on<' hundred cents for it. j , You have read that statement so often that you have come to accept it without question. * � f And Canada has always made good its promises concerning every "scrap of paper" it has ever put on the market. , , \ Canada is now offering to investors Dominion of Canada Bonds, bearing interest at 5]/'2 Pel' ce�t� per annum. The interest is payable half-yearly, and the Bonds are issued in denominations of $50, $100, $500 and $1,000, making a most attractive and profitable investment. It is Canada's desire that Bonds of the Victory Loan 1918 be distributed as widely as possible among private individuals. The last Victory Loan, which was largely over-subscribed, had more than 800,000 subscribers, or I in 9, of the entire population of Canada. k Lvery available dollar of private capital in Canada is urgently needed to surpass that record. Buy Victory Bonds--they are good as Guinea Gold. Splendid as the investment is, this is only one side, of the matter. The money paid for these bonds is used to bring the war to a successful ending, and every day we approach nearer Victory, for which we have fought so long, for which so many gallant men have died. This Money is loaned by us to Canada to bring us both Victory and Peace. ;