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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - October 30, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta WBDNKSDAY, (JC'l-OBEJi .'JO, ifUS THE Li:i>IHnn)GE DAILY IlEi.ALD PAGE SEVEN MEN! OF THE AI^LIEO TERMS New German Note Makes LiUle Change in the Situation, Says Washington >A'aaliiiiglon, Oct, ;!0.-It vviis .staled liore that tlio now coinmiin'icatlon t'roiii Ocrmaily inadu no cliaiiKc In tlio Mil-nation. TliG next Ktop Ib oxpoctert lo be an announcRmont from one or all tlio oaplUil."! ot the ci-belligcronta ot arniistico terms. Although oincialR regards Uie Au.Htro-Hungarian altuatlon hk from clarified and are luclK�rl *.o ciupstlon how far tho KovcrnmoiiV at Vienna now is (lualifiod to speak for any ono. the nndorKtundiiig l8 that tUcy aro to Ijq dealt witli on the theo?'y that as in tlio cassR of the aermaiiB acfoplance of nrnil.stico terms amounting to snrrpjid-or in tlu! flold will be the best guaran-toe of faithful jiertorraance of jiroin- iSOH. Socrolary Lunsinjf has not rRceivod up to oarly today the note rcportiMl to 1)0 (oniing frorti Count AndrasHy. the Austrian torolgn nilniator. aHking iilni to Intorveno with President Wilson to hasten un armistice and poaco discussion. It is assumed that iiis unusual procndure was adopted to im-press upon the people at homo tho do-sire of the Bovcmmont to bring about immediate peace. Another oomnninica- tlon to tho president himselr wuh not in order, no reply having been received from tho Insl, An armiBticR program said lo have been prepared by the siiprerno war eoiinoil bad not boon reported on eai'ly today by tho American reprosenlH-lives. The government, however, is known to favor torm.s eciuaily as drastic as those descrilied in press dispatches as agreed upon at Versailles. Frederick Odorlln, tli(( Swiss cluirgo, received the German note and appeared at the state departniout liefore noon today to deliver it. TEOOSCA H FOR 0 CI n jvi(;\ving the leaders among the seel (iind reporleil lasl niglit that their :-n;i-1 �(�riiitloiis ivill be large. SASKATOON SUBS STILL ACTIVE London, Oct. 29.-For the time being there has been a cessation of U-boat attacks on passenger steamers, Andrew Bonar Law announced in the house of aom-mons today. But, he added, there have been attacks on other vesselo during the week. You'll Be Surprised at the Extra Service Your Clothes Can Give! Going to discard that suit? Don't! Going to put that dress among your old clothes? Doi^'t! We can give you months of extra service. Send the clothes here. We'll repair them perfectly, press them and clean them, make them look fresh and new-even dye them to change their appearance entirely. Discarding apparel that's still serviceable is like leaving undissolved sugar in the bottom of your cud! It's waste! And waste can't be tolerated in war times. W eMake Over Furs, Reline Fur Coats, Make Shells, etc., at reasonable prices. If you want a well made suit or costume we can sell you the goods and make it. Wo have some of the best woolen materials obtainable and make men's and women's garments to your measure on the premises We can make you a garment quite as good as you can obtain ininc country and you will find our prices reasonable. Our City DyeiDSf & Cleaning Works 418 FIFTH STREET SOUTH PHONE 444 V.'iieless Operator (ailed Frantically-177 iiodies Aru Recovered .luneau. Alaska. Or'. 'Iliirry. no are sinking. The sviiier iluwiiifx iiito niy room. Jusi tini.. lo sii,\ nood l)yc, For God's sake cDine (|iiicl; This frantic appeul liic less message from tin' lo ;t .sii.^iimei- ' PrineoBs Sophia, was iCi'i.ivcNl hy tlie I'uited States tender Ccilai- hair an I hour, it is believed, beiori' liic Sopliia j wont down in Lynn caiuil with i liorsoiiK.  "We are coming. .Save vour j\iii-e sn : you ran guide ns." file I't-ilnr's niirr' ator answered. He thiniKii li. Rob-' iiison, of A'ancoiiver. H r, rh" ojiei-i alor on the Sophia, v.ii.-, ixrited nnd , tried in vain lo call. Kobinson's Ijody '� was found yesierdny. ! The Codar, which eail Ih'cm ^,I,'lniliug , l)y llio Sophia, lyied iii nd ihrouKlij llie .'torm to tile doomi'il bu; � was unable lo reacli lier. Worl: of picking u.d bodii-.- of ihoi victims continued todi'y. victual i count shows 177 bodies Imve been | broughl here and 147 Ikhc Ijeeri idcnli- | t:od. Others have been uiiked up by a! fleet of boats, at the .scene of die' wreck. Most of tlie uiiidenlifieil were women and children whose (lollies had no pockets containing loiters, cards or any other moans ot determining Uieir identity. Itesijue workers la:-i niglu found llie body ot Walter ,1. iTBrien. (.'ana-dian Pacific railway a;- :t Vi(:[ijr>- Huliill Vancouver, Oct. 30.-A special cable from Sydney, Australia, to the Vancouver World says that the Melbourne city council has adopted a resolution insisting that Germany indemnify Australia for the losses sustained by the war, the sum of �400,000,000 being suggested. Mr. ,\Ic('raney lui Iionite districts for s been in tlie ,sevenil day.s .Men. inlei � the tCxclutiige .Many lives arc 'I'elegrapli said to have comiiair., been lost. JAP MINISTER RETIRES 'I'okio. (let. ;',0.- -Baron (ionsuke Uay-uslii. minister to China, has resigned, lie will be succeeded by Yukt Ohia Olidtu, I'onncr charge d'affairs ot I he legation at Pekiu. Appalling Conditions Among Belgian Children Fate of Coming Generation Rests on Relief V/ork. MANY people have thought that the United States loans to Belgium have financed all the Relief Work necessary. As a matter of fact the loans provide the minimum ration to sustain life in a grown person. The bowl of soup and two pieces of bread are totally inadequate to build bone and muscle for a growing child. The results are ghastly! "These cases, running into hundreds of thousands of sick and defective children......cannot be taken care of by the general fund.s", writes Mr. Hoover on July 8th of this year. "There is an increasing need for funds for these cases .... our ]aSt reports show that the soup-lines of Belgium have increased from one-and-a-half to twoand-a-half million persons ... I wish particularly to remove any doubt as to the acceptability of contributions to the Commission for Relief in Belgium for the special purposes above indicated." Unless the sick and Carving children of Belgium are given a chance for life, Tuberculosis, Rickets and kindred ills will claim the next generation. That is Belgium's outlook. And yet a few dollars will restore health and ^rength to one of these tiny sufferers. Will you open your purse and help! // Fale had willed it that you should SEE these babies starving, you would share ixiur all with them. Must you SEE, before \)ou Will help ? Before you tit down lo another meal, think of the Belgian children too weak to land in the soup-line, and give. Giva generously. Make cheques payable and send contributions to sioner at Eagle, Alasiia; Edward Bell. Hunker Creek, iiiid 1.. M. Lee, cook on (he Vukon rivei- steamer �\Vasliburn. GOOD AIR WORK London. Oct. 29.-Thirty-two enemy machines were destroyed yesterday and to were driven drfwn out of control, says the Britiali official coinniun-j ication dealing ivllh aerial operations, issued tonight. Relief fund (Registered under the War Charities Act) to your Local Committee, or to Headquarters : 59 St. Peter St., Montreal. I 112 \ ~ _ Are YOU a Shareholder in Your Country? Canada's 'Scrap of Paper'-Good as Guinea Gold I N CANADA, as in all right-thinking nations, good faith is the foundation of all our business dealings./ Without a sound basis of credit our whole financial structure would crumble and decay. I The 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. Tkzs Space Donated to the Victory Loan 1918 Catnpaign by P. Lund & Son Crecjit is the belief of the creditor in the borrower's intention and abiHty to pay. ' You do not hesitate to exchange four silver quarters for a Dollar Bill, because you knc�vv that Dollar is as good as Guinea Gold. Yet a Dollar Bill is only a "scrap of paper" bearing Canadei's statement that it will pay one hundred cents for it. |^._^ ; You have read that statement so often that you have come to accept it without question. ^ f f ; And Canada has aKvays made good it's 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 5j/4 per cent, 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 fis possible among private individuals. The last Victory Loan, which was largely over-subscribed, had more than 800,000 subscribers, or 1 in 9, of the entire population of Canada. ^ Every available dollar of private capital in Canada is urgently needed to surpass that record. Buy Victory Bonds-they are good as Guinea Gold. t 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 successfulending, and every day vye 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. 79 ;