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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - October 31, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta ^L,.......* THE XETHBRIDGE'DAILY T3mAl.D THURSDAY, 0CT0t3ER 31, T.)1S ^Gold Hold a cake of Gcid Soap." You will feel ^how big and heavy it is. You will immediately notice that ijt is unusually long, tiuit it, is proportionately tiiidc, that it is very wide, and that it feels solid and substantial. You will realize "at once that it is bigger than any other cake of laundry sOap at the same price. You will realize that it is better even before you use it. Gold Soap hmaJe in the Procttr i Gambis Factorit* a^Hamilton, Canada Gold / E S HON CRY NOW t. .;.  : BANK CLEARINGS German Papers Want Kinship i Preserved-Austrian Paper Denounces Kaiser Amsterdam. Oct. 31.-The principal topic of comment in German ne^vspap-ers here are the resignation of Gen. Lndentlortf and Austria's activity for a. separate peace. Austria's action j -ivas received with some signs of re-i sentment, but at the same time with a certain sense of relief, ^as clearing the BitusUon and leaving Germany free to act in her own ititerest. In this connection, there are sonifr intimations | in the newspapers "of a movement for i joining the Austrian Germans with i Germany. For instance. Germania. the: Catholic Centrist organ, says Germany ; henceforth will Jje abie to dro^�^'on-slderation for her allies and champion more decisirejy than hitherto her Mnsmen in Austria. The Boursen Courier agrees that; (jermany and Austria, according to i the principle of self-determination, j are now entitled to.negotiate separate-1 ^ %! The Vosslche Zeitung admits that; Count Andrassy had no atlernative' and , declares it is useless to shout treachery.  "If our- allies have shamefully brok* en the faith," says the Tages Zeitung, "we; must remain true to ourselves. We 6tUl have the strength to stand alone." -The Vorwaerts. the organ of the Socialists, ajgues that Count Andrassy , was speaidng only on behalf of the ? This week ...........ISOa.jiSiJ ? !: Last year ...........1,132,733 > > : ! .; : : :. .^ : .;. i i dynasty and says it will be no wonder ; if the entire world believes "the .4iis-I trian government wants to purchase a i mercifiil peace with a kick at a dying I lion." /The newspaper adds that Germany and German-Austria'will not perish. The Frankfort Zeitung says that as the Austro-Hungarian government now exists -OQly on paper, the recognition of the Czecho-Slovaks and south Slavs possesses no iurther significance, but that it is imperative that German-Austria ^sSert its rights as against the Slavs and before Presideu'c Wilson. Praise for the French Commenting oil Ludendorti's resignation, the Weser Zeitung contrasts the public mental poise ot Germany ias unfavorable" to that of France, which it says never lost courage, "ev-bb when the enemy was at the gates of the capital, while the,X5ermac people, instead of smiting Their bosoms for their own sins, are aii blaming each other." Denounce Kaiser The Austrian censor permitted the Arbeiter Zeitung'to publish a leading fditorial violently denouncing publicly "the Gerin^n kaiser, 'who proffered the hi^ilia.tiou inflicted on his people raiffer than abdicate.'" -Vrguing that voluntary abdication would have produced easier terms for an armistice, the newspaper adds: "A real emperor would rather proudly abdicate before being branded by the whole world as the man who cans, ed his nation's "-umiliation." Gen. Groeber, the Prussian war min-later, after ah interview with the em-' pei-or, has gone to German hea^lquart-; ers as the successor to Gen. Luden-j dorff according to a Central News! dispatch from Copenhage:i. THE OF CO CANADIAN BANK ERCE SB? EDMUND V/ALKER, C.V.O., LLD., D.CL. Preskfeni .H V. F. JONES, Ass'iGen'L i^anager SR JOHN AlRD.Gm�ralM.n�i�r V. C. BROWN, Sop't of Centfil Western BM-iche* Capital Paid Up, $15,000,000 & Reserve puno.- $ HONTREATMENI OF Londoff, Oct. 30.-