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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - October 30, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta WEDNESDAY. OCTOBER 30, 101* THE LETrtBRTDGE OA1EY HERALD PAGE NINE Armistice Terms Rumors; Include Closing of Krupps 'Loudon, Oct. 30.-(Toronto Mall and Empire Special)-Regardless ot tho Btern warning o� the associated powers that wo are not put of the woods, there Is distinctly an optlmlBtlc tone prevailing toduy. Tho Versailles con-furonce is said to have completed thn armistice terms and is now engaged with the principles on which poaco terms will bo founded should Germany accept the armistice. In addition to brldttohcadt) over the Rhine, these terms are said to Include certain important cltlos beyond tho Rhino to Htrungthen thoso bridgeheads. Thoy uro said to Include the disarmament and. demobllizatibu ' of the German arm]', except so tar as tho associated govcirnrnont consider necessary that the Oerman govornmont should havo �n armed forco sufllclont to maintain internal ordor. * The evacuation of Alsace-Lorraine i� bolievod to be montloned as well ns the closing of tho Krupp works at Kssen, soenrod by tho presence of allied military representatives. This condition also applies to other important armament contres in Germany. It is stated that among other conditions of minor importance, It is probable that Marshal Foch demands the sur- Being Sorry Buiaf lorry won't rr!t�v� SeUtica, Lumf�gn, 8woII�n JolSta, Btonrn i� the Bladder. Oravol, el*. Gin Pills wUll Uh XUm. Ma. i.tM. asla Mfyvwtfc rondor of tho archives doullng with war plans of tlio Ocrninn general Htaff. Concerning naval securities, rumor is less busy, though it 1b said that internment of U-boats in allied harbors, has been decided upon as well as demobilisation ot tho high seas (loot, in addition to the right to use all the suitable naval tcbsoIb for tho gigantic task of mine sweeping around the British Isles and the Mediterranean and also for other purposes necessary for peace wh/Jn the temporary occupation of Hollroland 1b included among tho stipulations. The disposal ot tlio German mercan tllo fleet obviously 1b dealt with In the peace terms. It seems to be thought, here that both tho armistice terms and tbo peace, principles will be communt cated to Germany almost, immediately and an answer Is oxpoctcd at tho end of tha week. Howovor, signs arc accumulating that tho German militarists are striv ing to galvanize the country Into n war of national defense which would complete its rain and opinion Is still expressed In military circles that Germany will not nocopt tho only armlB-tico terms the associated governments will grant, whilo she Is able to ron-tinue the fighting as at prenent. Associated armies and governments are taking no chances and are continuing to pross the war by every means until tho armistice is actually signed. HEIR 10 -THRONE IS STAFF KING NICHOLAS' MESSAGE Paris, Oct. 29.-King Nicholas of Montenegro, has sent, a declaration to Hie Jugo-Slavs in which, aft*r niipresa-ing lils Joy over I'rasldunt. Wilson'* reply to Austria and affirming the Independence of the union "f Jugoslavs, ho said: "I declare solemnly that. Montenegro must become a constituent part or Jugo-SIavia." Tho king advo.cated a confederated Jugo-SIavia in which each state would bo equal and would retain Its rights, institutions and religion. 4 No Friends Like The _ Old *Friend. Xavta From glrihaad ~ through middle 111* and right along to old age Chamberlain'! Tsblttaarc woman's belt Wend-feed the nerves, aid digestion, atopthsadaobea, keep the blood rich and aMU'e food health �aarally. Tit Ihtm: X*. a bartle DriiSiUuaTwifiaalaraafayaaalt. ' � Costa** MMMC*., T� CHAMBt rV- . tab LC T � Dr. Jas. P. Rutherford, a pioneer physician in Kent connty, died at Chatham, where lie had been mayor. i*   WILL SEND WILSON * A SEPARATE NOTE O ? * Paris, Oct. 29.-The executive committee of the German parties in*Austria hus formed a provisional government, according to a dispatch from Vienna, and has decided to semi a separate note to President Wilson. The Arbiter Zeituns of Vienna doclarad that Germany and Austria-Hungary will capitulate without delay. �: ? : > : : > * >>> : With the Canadian Forces, Oct. 29. -(By J. F. D. Livosay, Canadian Press correspondent.)-The Canadian corps is chatmed with its young staff officer, tho Prlnco of Wales, ills simple manners, keen interest and tray youth win him friends wherever he goes and this Is pretty well everywhere. From dawn to dark he Is never so happy as when up In the forward areas and his aide must ho the most worried man In France. He pops up unexpectedly, but his natural vivacity sets everybody at ease. It Is no state secret to siiy that many members of the (Inntidlnn corps viewed with some mlpgtvinKs the coming of the heir to the British throne and there was great researching Into forms of addresses and etiquette. Now they have taken him to their hearts and he bids fair to he. come tho most popular officer in the corps. Commenting on the embarrassment caused by one of his sudden incursions, he remarked: "They eon't be afraid of me. It is only ot tlio name." It Is a happy augury that our future king should lie love/1 and honored rather than feared. In their work of miobstrusivrly (arms for the sick and bringing spiritual comfort to our flghtlnc nun. the Canadian chaplain service hardly gets the recognition It deserves. Hruve ni"ii these are. They keep up "itli the forward dressing stations in die battle line and that, says everyililnr,. In the battle of Cambrul, seven" i -hnplnins were wounded in mic week When .ill the medical officers of one dressing station were casualties, a chaplain carried on the work single-handed until relieved. In the battle of Vpimi wood, when the stretcher bearers had many losses, the chaplains on duty labored unceasingly carrying in our casual! leg: from whore they would In- shot down in the enemy wire and amid a storm ,if I machine gunning and shelling. j After our enforced retirement in i front of Canibrai. on Sept. 4. a chap- i lain of a Canadian regiment worked , Incessantly throughout, bringing ' in ' wounded and for 4u hours without rest ' made repealed trips to N'o .Man's land on hi3 errand of mercy. I alter, when all but four officers of the battalion were casualties be_bib.-rcd unceasingly to keep up the spirits of the men j and carried food am! i!-::ik to them. ! Even In the heat of ba'-Ie the men raised -a cheer wlieu they saw him coming. Theao stories* might be multiplied but they are miffi. ieut to illustrate the value ot the chaplain service. sltleration, and tho Board of Pension Commissioners before long expects to bo in a position to dispose satisfactorily of cases of this nature. In explanation �C what, is mount by prospective dependency," n. may he stated that in tho meaning of the Pensions Act "dependent" is taken to moan any person who was wholly,, or mainly imported by the soldier or sailor at tho time of his death. A "prospective dependent," therefore, would be ono who was not wholly or mainly nnpported by the soldier or sailor at tho time ot his death, hut who subsequently Is likely to loso hfn or her moans ot support, and who would then have turned to his or ber sou for support had he lived. As an illustration a cane has been rrought to tho attention of tho Hoard of Pension Commissioners of u widowed mother who has supported herself for some years by working in a factory, but by reason of failing health and tho approach ot old age she will, before long, find It impossible to retain her present position or obtain other omployraent. She hud a son wh i did not contribute to her support, but to whom in tho ordinary course of events she would hnve looked for support in her declining years. This son. however, was called to the colours, and has slnco been killed in action, so that the mother has been deprived of what, in tho future would undoubtedly have been her sole support. Und- I er the existing regulations the Hoard [ of Pension Commissioners is power-: less to make an award in such cases, ! but under tho proposed new le.gisla- Ii Ion relief will probably be available. PATROL STEAMER CALLS FOR HELP Victoria, Oct. :;.-"Hold's full of water. Send help,'' whs the faint j wireless message picked up nt three I o'clock this momlne, tin rami- i dlan naval patrol steamer Gallnno by thn const wireless stations. Although tlio worst is feared. In vlow of the fact that no further message has been picked up in answer to the calls flash, ed slnto tho ,'lrst. notification was received from the apparently foundering steamer, it is considered possible by the naval authorities that, thn steamer's wireless aerial masts, have been carried away during the heavy gale blowing off Triangle island during the night. Furthermore. It. Is realized that the emergency dynamos may Have been put out of commission by tho heavy seas which, according to the first message sent out. must have flooded the ship as she was battling against tho storm. The Gallano left Triangle Iflnnd at 9 o'clock last night for Ikeda Hay and it is feared that disaster overtook the vessel' off Cape St. James, a rocky ; point al i he southern end of the Queen 'i'liarlollc Isla.ids. Rescue vessels have \ been rushed to the, scene and are now j patrolling the vicinity in an effort, to I locate the vessel or some trace of her. I The weather reports indicate that ! ! si heavy southwesterly gale was rag-j ing off the northern end of Vancouver i Island during the night. The wireless I message sent, out by the Oallnnn waa [ so faint that it. was concluded that tho engines were out of commission. 1 The only theory that can bo advanced is tlint the (Jaliano was disabled by the heavy seas, thrown broadside on to the wind and deluged by heavy seas Tit" 'la'ilano was a vessel ot but tons giii.-,* and was built, at Dublin. Ireland, In 1913. to the order of the Dominion government. She was 162 feet. long. She was designed for thn Canadian fisheries patrol service and since the war she was used as a naval patrol ship. The majority of her officers are resilient;! of Victoria. Capt. (Ueut.l R. M. Pope, H.N.U., her commander, "Baa been in rrm-.niB.nd ever since she arrived on this oast. Tho chief officer was Krnes! (",. Alc.ock. Whilo It is Impossible to secure an official information regarding tho number of men on the ship when she cleared from l-:ac,uima]t. it is understood that sho carried a crow ot 50. h Try Making Your Own & Cough Remedy Ton can �u�� about aid have a better ifcmtdjr thaa tharwady- iiMrin kind. Radlr done. _ ' t its If you combined the curative prepares of every known " ready-made oauth Dnnnld Mr. William, a young St. Thomas lawyer, son of A. McWilllam, Dutton. died from influenza. remedy, you probably could not flSt as much real curative power ai there it ii� 1 liia simple home-made cmjgh, syrup, which la easily prepared in a few Bit* utca. (ret from any druggist Vh ounces of Pinex (50 cents worth), pour it into a lfi-oa. bottle and fill the botOc with fvruj), using either plain grannlnted burst syrup, clarified molasses, honey, or corn syrup, aa desired. Tho result �it Ad ounces of xenllj better cough svrup than vou could nny rcady-Biaae. **nd savps ensiiy .$2. Tastes pleasant and never spoils. Thia Plnex and S!�TOl>Tr*P�T*tion (jets' right. �i, the cause of a conch and gHvrs almost immediate relief. It. loosen* the puleum, stops its nasty thraat tickle and heals the snr�. irritated xttsahraasa so gantry and �a�tly (hat It is really astonishing. A day's Use 'wiS muattyotwiwe D>� ordinary cough and for fcraaehMfaj croup, whoopmn eaui, the choice of wti?�S 8�u|j�>�aa� aftfrffci jrtMrttta>a^aj^ajjty iiiM.ilinent when due will render previous payments liable lo forfeiture, ami the allotment to cancellation. Subscriptions must be aeeoa*-panicil by a deposit of 10% of the amount subscribed. Official Canvassers will forward subscriptions or any branch in Canada s4 any Chartered Bank will accept subscriptions and issue receipts. " _ Subscriptions may lie paid in full at time of application at 100 without interest; or on any instalment due date thereaftertogatber with accrued interest to time of making payment in full. Under this provision, payment of subscriptions may be made avfoUosrs:- If paid in full on or before Nov. ICtli, 1918, par without interest, or 100%. r . . If remaining instalments paid on Dec. Gth, 1018, balance of 90% and interest, ($90.48 per S100.) . . ; '. If remaining instalments paid on Jan. 6th, lOl'.t, balance of 70% and interest, ($70.80 per $100.) > ' If remaining instalments paid on Feb. (ith, 1!)10, balance of 50% an.] interest, (*;">1.04 per $100.) If remaining instalment paid on Mar. Oth, 1919, balance of 30% and'interesT, ($31.19 per $100.) , ~ ' �. *> Denomination and Registration i Bearer bonds, wiih coupons, will lie issued in denominations of $.rj0., $100., $J00., anil $1,000., and may be registered as to principal. The tir.-t coupon attached to these liondi will be due on May 1st, llll'.l. Fullv registered bonds, the interest on which is paid.dircrt in the owner by Government cheque, will be issued in denoiainatians of $�">,, $100.', 5500., $1,000., $5,000., $10,000., $20,000., $60,000., $100,000., or any multiple of $100,000. Payment of Interest  A full half year's interest .u ilie talc of o.M>% Per annum will be paid May 1st, 1919. Form of Bond and Delivery ' , Subs; lihers mi..,; indicate on tiieir application the form of lx>nd and ihe denominations required, and the securities so indicated wiB be delivered by the dank upon payment of the subscription in^ull. i Hearer (winds of this issue will be available for delivery at the time of application to subscribers desirous of making payment in' full. Bonds registered as to principal only, or fully registered as to principal and interest, will be delivered to subscribers making payaatBt in full, as soon as the required registration can be made. Payment of all instalments must be made at the bank originally named by the subscriber. Non-negotiable receipts will be furnished to all subscribers who desire to pay by instalments. These receipts will be exchangeable ai subscriber's bank for bonds on any instalment date when subscription is paid in full. Form of Bonds Interchangeable Subject to the payment of V> cents for each new bond issued, holders of fully K-gistered bonds without coupons, will have the right lo convert into bonds with coupons and holders of bonds with coupons will have iltc. right to convert intb fully registered bonds without cou|mjiis, at any time, on application to the Minister of Finance or any Assistant Receiver General. Forms of application may be obtained from any Official Canvasser, from any Victory Loan Committee, or member thereof, or from any branch in Canada of any Chartered Bank. Smbucriutioii Lists ^vill oloso on or before November 16th. 1918 ,-Dki'artmknt ok Finance, Ottawa, Outober 28th, 1918. Behind the Gun the Man - Behind the Man the Dollar Makd Ycnir Dollars Fight the Hmi a*.. i 1. $. 141 f------ ;