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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - June 14, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta Fmi)A.\, JUNE 11, inff? niE LETIIBHIDGI-: DAILY IIFCRALD PAGE FIVE FLOTATION OF THE NEXT VICTORY LOAN Amount To He Asked For $250,-000,()(>() With Twice That As Miiximiim. Otiiiwa,, JutK! 14,-Prepnralions woll 111 advance, aro being miulo by the TMnunoo Doparlmcnt tov tho succo.'ia-liil flolnllon In October next, of Canada's next Victory Loan, wliicl) will .lirobnbly be tho groatest financial vi fort in the history of tho IJominlon. Wliiln tho amount of the loan has not boon doflnittoly flxod, it Ja thoUKht lioro that tho amount aslcecf for in the lirospcctlls win be $250,000,000 with a roal objcctrve of ?500.000.000. No doubt la entcrtalnod as to the ability of Canada, oven after four years of war, to raise this huRe sum. but the efforts will bo a ih'odlelous one bade-cd by tho most efficient organization wlilch can be brouKht about durint? the i>ext four niontha. Tho money is needed to meet the Dominion's jirowins military expenditures and to furnish Canadian credits from which Ortiat Britain may purchase Canada's production of munitions, aeroplanes, urain. .the CANADIAN SALT CO, LIM.IT^D Jse^ Mil I ENDS FRUIT^SALT Famous for Forty years Settles the Stomach Stimulates the Liver Strengthens Digestion Purifies the Blood 20 moats, (jhccsn and other foodsltiffw and supplies. No other nioans exist whereby Canadu'.s t)roduct.H may be purch;i�ed. 1� In this connection. It Is pointed out that tho Victory Loan of last fall Vur-tilshod a distribution of money wliicli has kept tho wheels of Industry humming ever since. In tliat ilistrlhution ull classes of .the community have shared directly or indirectly. A Handicap One handicap which Canada has to overcome In an effort of this Icind arises out of the fact that while a territory as large as the United States has to bo covered it contains only about, one-fourteenth of the population ol that country. Nevertheless, In suite of thiB dlsadvamagd, Canada's last Victpry Loan represented tho high water maris of war loan achlovcment if relative population and wealth are taken Into account. Canada raised in that effort over $'100,000,000 which i? over .$500, per head of her population. The last Liberty Loan in the United States, which was most sticcossfui, raised four btllion dollars, an avorago of $400, per head of population. As the United Stfttes has thirty or forty times the wealtli of Canada, Canada's ofCori, after throe and a half years of w.it, was about equal to the United States Liberty Loan, of from three to fifteen billion dollarB. The minister of finance believes in one great effort every year In order that the business of the Dominion may not bo disturbed by campaigns at iii tervals of four or six months. He Is 'Entirely confident that the coming Victory Loan will eclipse all former ef forts both in the number of subscribers and the aggregate of their sub scriptions. SATURDAY'S GROCERY SPECIALS � Wilson's Fly Pads, 3 pktz.......... 25c Tangle Foot Fly Papers, 3 pkts........ lOc Fly Paper Hangers. �* a 6 pkts.............lyc Finest Dairy Butter, per lb, only .............. 40c Chick Food, Dr. Rusks, 4 lbs................... 25c Oynter Shell, 10 lbs........................... 25c White Mealy Potatoes, per 100 lbs........... $2.50 Handy Fly Swatters, each.......................8c Mother's Macaroni, 3 pkts. ,..'..................35c Finest Ontario Cheese, per lb,, only ........... 32c Fresh Eggs, per dozen ........................ 40c Life Buoy and Sunlight Soap, 7 bars...........50c Cooking Onfons, 5 lbs......................... 2Sc St. Charles Milk, 7 tins ..................... $1.00 Finest Japan Rice, 3 lbs...................... 39c llDeliveriet Every Hour Phone 3 13 THE ARMY OF H OME DEFENCE. Republished by the courtesy of Hal Coffman, Vancouver "Province.' CANADA FOOD BOARD. IRC E ANCHOR-DONALDSON LINE POPULAR SERVICE Canada to Glasgow For full Information apply to Agents or Company's Office;! 270 fvlaln St., Winnipeg. Near sighted people See dearly close by, and for thJs reason try to get along without glasses, thereby suffering endless misery,' a'ricl sometimes blindness follov/$. We .ire competent to examine your eyes. We use the most modem scientific metliods, and guarantee satisfaction. J. M. HENDERSON EYE SPECIALIST AT R. A. WRIGHT'S JEWELRY STORE Recita BY THE PUPILS OF Leo. M. Coombs Assisted by pupils from the Stringed Instrument and Dramatic Art Department, will bo held Monday June .17 At Eight o'clock ~- At the Conservatory Concert Chamber INFORMAL DANCE AFTER PROGRAM COLLECTION IN AID OF Sailors' Relief Fund $1,000 REIRD FOR CAPTURE OFWIUHOERER Edmonton, Juno 14.-Tho attorney general's department has offe."ed a reward of one tliousand dollars for tho capture of the nuirderor or murderers of George Christophulous, better Vnown as George Christie, tho Greek stordlceeper wlio was shot to death in his place of business on Monday niglit irtst by an assassin, as yet unknown. This announcement was made officially by Hon. C. \V. Cross. OEWARTTORUN Toronto. ,7une 14.-Hartley H, Do-wart, K.C., no\v member of the legislature for Southwest Toronto, is to be a Liberal candidate in North Ontario Federal by-eleetlon. to fiU tho vacancy caused by the death of Colonel Sam Sharpe. It Is said he has been promised the farmers' united support. He was called upon by a number of them at the recent convea-tlon here. Cornell In East York, Toronto, June l"!.-It Is altogether probable that J. G. Cornell, Reeve of Scarboro Township, will opipoae Hon. H. (.!. Henry, now minister of agriculture hi the Ontario Kovornmont, who is appoHling to the farmers o� Ease York for re-election. New York, June 14.-The corn-mander of the U-151. one of th� German submarines which have been operating off the American Atlantic Coast, has been,identified as Captain Neustidt, and he served five years as a gunner's mate in the United States navy, according to affidavits of officers and sailors of the schooners Hattle B. Dunn. Edna and Haup Pauge, victims of the submarine. The documents were brought here by naval reserve officers arriving from Cuba. Captain Neustidt told his captives, they said, that his vessel left Kiel April 14 and up to June 2 has sunk 15 ships, six of which were American. From the schooner Isabel B. Willey, the commander declared he took enough food to provision his crew for six weeKs. - The U-boat skipper professed reluctance to sink American vessels, but said he had no alternative as he "has been ordered by wireless from Kiel to get busy or come home." : ? ? � : : ? : : ? GOVT, OFFICIAL ARRESTED London, June 1! --.\. promin-(Hit official of I lie government office wfis arr .J. �j. :.;.odiea to make their own arraiigt'iuents tor printing Henceforth ail reports must go to the King's printer. AT STARLaND "Innocent," starrin.'j i-'ahnie Ward, had made for it a perfect reproduction of a street in Mukden, China, where Mr. Fitznuuirico. the director spent some time years ago. Mr. l-'ltz-maiirice tlius was enabled to draw up-' on ills own experience for what undoubtedly is the most perfect transposition of Chinese atmosphere Into a motion picture that has ever been accomplished. Ilut all the scenes are not, laid in China. 'I'here arc many that have their ins))iratinn in tlie lirawing rooms of ultra Paris and the pictureariue charm of tho Ulviera. "iiiiiucBilL" Wiii be at Starland tonight and tomorrow. Two excellent comedies will also be shown. After a series of adventures In which ho Is :'Gluctautly forced to enter into 11 gnuie of chance with a woll-knc-\vn gambler he wins not only a large fortune, but also the gambler's liniue. which is located on I.,ong Island in New York. Upon his arrival oast to dispose of his options on the oil properties h'; goes to look over the property which he won by the turn of a card. To hih great surprise It is one of the mo.st beautIful estates in that fashionable locality. He does not take possession of It us its owner, however, but mas-ouerades as a chauffeur, for there ho meets'the girl. She Is the daughter ot th.> former owner of the estate, and dues not know her father has lost il. Tise series ot incidents which follow in rapid succession make "The Turn of a Card" one of Mr. Kerrigan's most re markable creations, and the suspense is held until the final scenes of the atory. TONIGHT AND TOMORROW PATHE PRESENTS FANNIE WARD IN "INNOCENT" ALSO HAROLD LLOYD In "LOOK PLEASANT PLEASE" and BILLIE RHODES in "SOMEBODY'S WIDOW"-Comedies, AT THE EMPRESS la "Tiio Turn of a Card.' at the Em ' press t