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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - November 1, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta THE LETHBRIDQB DAILY HRlUt^ Friday November i, ini� garage, 100 per cent. The Vocal �taf� i-.i the Hudson Bay Co., and of the InT ternational Harveaf�r Co. were all .signed ,np lor bonds, 100, per cent, d week before tlie campaign opened, and have received their honor eiiiblew's. The others -who hare received honor ombloms'to date are as, follows : 'Citizens Lumber Co./Rt Doc, Campbell. Wilson & Home, John Home, Lethbrldge afercantilc, Ceiitr&l -Gar- i>ag6,>Hod Cross Drug Co.", Consolidatbd I Itubbor Co. r? Honor cards In Uie Victory Loan ;:*ampaiga are being taken up rapidly In the citv, ind nearly a dozen have already been Issued. These cards are %lven as soon as 75 per cent, or more the staffs of the business places 3ia�-e bought bonds. The first to re-'foivfr^J-e honor emblem was the tord 11 Every item of Your Order Will Have CarefuiAtten-tlon Here Careful buyhig, and quick turnover means a clean, fresh stock. .\\Tien again carefully cibecke& iefore goior.out you get absolutely first quality groceries. 527 8th SVeet S. -none 1883 A Few More fUecruiU Ai^'Now Reqinredlor -a f As a result of a demand made by certain parties in the case oC the late Allan McDonald, who was killed at the Jones' mine north of the city, on Sunday last, tlie matter ot holding an inquest was re-opened by the attorney-general's department, and an inauest held last evening by Coroner'McNlcol. ^lie widow was represented by 'Sir. fMcKenna, la-wyer. of Bow Island, and the witnesses were also cross-ques.-tioned by M. .Tohnston, mine inspector tor this district. The verdict returned by the jury \vks one of. accidental deatjj. caused by being stinick by the flying-portion of the wjjaclvat the mine. Warned the Men ^According to, the , evidence given, ^Jones' the owner of the mine, and the employees together  with McDonald, wereha^ng dinner-in the" shack near the' mine, and when the meal was through,/.Jones remarked that he intended testing out the new winch, and warned those who were not. to help him', to kepp away in case anything lia^^pened. AIcDonald, who was jtist' completing arrangements to take over the ownership' of the mine, had been moving out his effects. ''-Vhen tie othw JUJB.-Jeff the,shack,' Ip proceed lo Uieir work! he came" out to look for a piece of stove pipe he said he had lost. He stopped to watch the testing of the winch about 42 feet a.waj. .While the winch was heing tested th.� brake strap broke releasing the wlncli from control. The winch npunrourid, and a long piece of pive attached to the bar as a., drag, flew off and strtlbk -MftDonald'oh the head. It travelledL about lOO'leet further. , Evidence was also submitted as ,to the construction of the winch. The mine liad not yet been in-operation, *ind the, winch was only be'lng tested out lor the first time. ; The jcflry � in the ' case comprise* Messrs^A. E. Balderson. Frank Wicks, B. Lunger. H. -L. ' Robertson; Chis. B. De'hinr,: and John MoraHa. Apply at once L N. �/ M. Police Barracks City Subscription Rates Advance ^ Next ?^eek , 1^' ^ MC^ MiO AirTEH NO\ MBER 4 the^subscriptlon prit: ot >e Her-al'dltik city, aubtci'lbers wi;i ^le ad-y4|pced>"to' IScrtt- week. Thiairate a hat Jtready "been* established'^^ in ' ; other western citiet. The reason-is /p>�vident.' in spite of all the war advances, there has been no in- 'i, crease (n the price of .the-Herald > during the .past four years. The price of'(taper alone, since Jan- ^ uary Ist, 1917, increased 62^ per .�cent./,,::.;*' . ) meet these advances and td > g. ;, rnaintfitn the standard of the '  ./$�i'ald'� war news service which 'Is particularly .expensive and to -tiWAttiiWr.'to produce '* better pap--.^ ep, it.ls necessary to call oh city sulMeriber* to bear their fairsbare^ af>,t^a.seoft which Is already being }neutf9i^ toi^meet these ends. Even at.rett.y well sipcked up ^Itb-coal, and owing to the long open faH these, stocks have not been drawn upon to any great ertent. "While orderi in local mines are sufficient to keep the present shifts working to capacity/ yet there is no congestion, and "Tord from Manitoba {s to the effect ttat the 'market there is well stocked up. There hkB. ^een, a slackening oEt ot orders am/5'jg some of the district mines ytWAa the past week or so, and word is to the effect that the DrumhelliT field ip Tery quiet also, in vie'w;.(i? these (a-idltions. there is nbt tbe slitjfhtest prospect of a fuel famine.. RESIDENT OF CITY Mrs. M. E. I^oy, an Old Timer, is a jVictim of the Influenza The death .of Mrs.-;5T. K.- Roy. one of the old-time residents of the cilV, took place ISst evening, ;at.,the age "of 53, at her residence on Fourth Avie. Mrs. Roy was a-victim of Iiifluenza."- Mrs. ,Roy leaves to mourn her loss six daughters and four sons, as follows; Mrs. Gow,',M'i3s Katfe,.. JMisiS Corrine, Laura, here, Mrs. Leahy, Me-dictoe Hat, and the sons, Angus, Alfred, Edmund and Adolph., Mrs.- Roy has lived in the city since il890, having come here with her husband antl family .frpm Manitoba. Mr..Hoy di^'d ahout ten years ago. '^^LEDINACTION Mailf'.d casualty lists . report that Drfy^?, David Henderson, who enlisted witli the arli-'ifiry at X�thbrldge and whose, next of kin resides in Scotland, Wii.s killed in action- on Oct. 11. Strgt. Kenneth McKenzie, ot the infantry, enlisted at Lethbridge, nest of kin, Scotland, was killed In action on the^ame date. Pte. John O'Brien, w.^o enlisted with the engineers at Lethbridge, whosp next ot kln�live.s at Yakima,,Wash., .is report^ Wounded. , ^ ^ , i ...... of General Mackay..whose forces are at vprosent encountering; llttio iresistance.  ' General Tom Longworth of the Miners' battalion reports steady progress, although returns a little slow In coming in. On Saturday he exuocU to capture very iniptrtant objecWves,  and record a considerable' advance. General Hnrns is enthusiastically cheering his country battnlidn on to greater vtetonos and is making'rapid progress towards his objective. General. MacBeth of the south hattniion made a considerable advance yoster-dny,. his forces takmg difficult; positions. Tlint Lethbridge shall bo the first city In tiiB pTovince" to capture its honor emblem is the. hope and; belief ot Qhaivman Baalim and h|8 hard-working gVoup ot canvassjBrs.* 4.,ast night tlie total-in LethbrWge-district had ail^ but reached the |200,000, with 5190,100 to their credit. By Saturday night it'is confidtently expected that the city districts will be a long way toward.? thfeir objective of $450,000. while, the country districts will be coming up fast. Early next week Chairman Baalim, hopes to announce that the city lias reached its objective, thus entitling it to the, honor emblem. Italians Are Enthusiastic ) iS'o STotip � of isitizens could be moJ-e enthusiastic about thn loan than the- Uallans' at Hardierille and Staffordville. Every Italian-in the �Uardleville camp has bought bonds, all the way froth $100 to JIOOO each In two hours Capt. Davidson sold $3800 worth of bonds to these Italians and not oao of jjjjeni refused Ivlm,, Nearly^ every Itallln tso 'far t oitnvasaea ! at SteffordVllIe haa siso bought. ThoyI are eager. tp(helnf|h� cuiuutry .wlathiB war and::m ialiihjft lo^'^n^^ik ^ast crack at^thjwKiJsIrl There ;haa'been no dTttl(5,UltV''W jliinng to those peo- , The. S!ov,ak':si4lity last night subscribed fot if oOoH'orth-of bonds. This gives some idea'the splendid way in which the foreign element are coming forward. :ln Soutfiem Alberta Calgary, Nov. 1.-aoulhorn Alberta subscriptions to Canada Victor:^ loan for the flr^t four days of tho campaign as i-eportedv lo.the Southern Alberta executive are liaaring tlio three million dollar mark'the exact figures being $2,S3.'?,700; Thursda'y siibacriptlons aggregated approximately $750,000. Some totals bf districts are as follow^. High>:River. Nantoa, Vulcan, Okotoks, 1135,250.. Crows -N'est' Pass, $S4,0dO. iVa'clood, PiucUev Creek, Claresholm,'$164,700, Lctlibridge, Ta-ber, Carmangay, Wnrnor' Foremost, Barons. New Dayton, .Milk River i$23o,-SOO, Cardston, Raymond, Magrath nd).-] , ! ArUi\^i; Migmbothaiii, ;wbQ Js a ,pm sonal friend ot'Dt.T.'J; BowoB-Vofle-of the most promlneht'vwvbiillcm 'ilAeii In the U. 'S.. and now meditaltllrect: or for a large corporation in Philadelphia, has received word from the doctor ot the splendid work done by hitn wl{h a^serum " for the ' inoculation agalnsi; influenza.' Thousands In Philadelphia have been stived, from the epidemic by the use of the serUin. some of - which is now being sent to Jlr. Higinbotham. Mr. Hlginbotham also wired Dr. Bowes regarding the use of quinine, and lias received the following reply: "Quinine useful In large doses five to ten grains every tour hours. Dr. Bowes has found this effective In his work in checking the epidemic in Philadelphia where it has been most severe., the-"Victory Loan made out the total subscriptions ot- provinces ,to the loan up till 11 a.m. as follows r , Toronto, $23,S�5,000; Ontarib, $57,-1/932.000; British Columbia, $5,676,700; Alberta, $2,867,8olb Saskatchewan $1,. 989,300; Manitoba, $4,328,450; Montreal, $6,581,150; Quebec Province, $5,-597,050; New Brunswick, $2,070,900; �Nova Scotia, $3,488,150f Prince Edward Island, $190,800; .-. - TOAHTHOSE Those who appear on the streets without mtisks hencoforth, will-be '^sublirct tp arrest and, a flne,'>ac-: cbrdfng8.P'tfS> provincial ' health board lias ruled that no more than ,ten cents shall be cHa'rged.'for a^mask. Hitherto the . / genei'al ehirge. made at 'niosts.of ' the stores Has beienlfe' cents. � of^V^jVA;THf NEAREST . ' ; ' Lethbridge, Oct. 26, 1918. Editor of. The Heral'd; . . Would you kindly inform me by m.eans of yoiir paper whichis the nearest Argentinian Consulate and what is its address. . ' . JOS.ALBV. The nearest consulate is at Ottawa, A. Gerez, Consul General. i LIBERTV LOAN NEARLY A BILLION'OVERSUBSCRIBED Washington. . Nov. 1. - The fourth' Liberty Loan was over, subscribed by mere than $866,000,-000. Final reports announced to- day by the. treasury shows subscriptions of $6,866,416,300. It is estimated that 21,000,000 persons bought bonds. , -Canadian women Ktfi righij'beWnd the Canadian troO)>s in the trenches.: f< Women purses arc now installed in hospitals 8 miles m tiic tear of the actual fighting' line. Many of our Canadian women arc unable to taico up the dufcjes.'of nursing' at the front, but lliey should know how to take care of theu* own.at home.,and for this pus'tiosc no better book was ever printed tnanthe Medical Adviser-a book containing 1,008 paRca, and i)ound in olotb, with chapters on First Aid, Bandaging and care of Fractures, Taking dare ot the' Sick, PhjBiology, Hygiene, Mother and Babe, which can be had at most drug stores, or send 60 cents to Dr. Fierce, Courtwright St., Bridgeburg, Ont. The women at home, who are worn out. should take that rehahle,temperance, herbal' tonic, Dr. "Pierce's Tavonte Prescription. moaitoci; Ont.- ' "For �womanly ail-montBlhavo found Dr. Pierce's Favorite Prn-Bcriiption to be cunel-lent. U �treniithfncd and built me up aevornl yoars^ago when I wft.i BUfFerinE with a chronio trowble and it� nlfio proved to be a aplcndid tonio during exprci-,anoy. take (jpGat, pleasure in recommend-ine Dr. Pierco'fl Favorite Preacription to aU aufferera from wooua'li , weakness.", -Jfrt, iinni's Slrickltr, 21 Arthur St. at our tcfsks. Buy Victory Bonds. Drive it in Hard-Drive it in to Stay Pat all the totte of your patriotism behind your blow. Help \bury^^utbcracy^, . �'':��'�� --v^r ^ � Autocracy ;muk%esmasli^^^ ; must be wif)ed off the face of the earth. And.the Victory BondBuyer will do it. ' " ~ ,.\ "' '" Peace is in sight-if vve'diin'tfet up. Victory will come if we' Come Men!--.-#9^ the TopV' The race is on! Every city, town and Yillage in Canada.is entierei^ : this race, the whole of Canada watches for the winners, ^ 1 � � We mu^t exceed the araoijnt s;iEt for us. Certainly we shall win r Honor Flag, the flag^^tliMlhows that Southern Alberta has lone its bit'  for Canada's Vi Loan, 1918. " There not a"man oivwcflMapj^ who hasn't something to do with this matteiri-|Cis�'oi^^^ the men in France are fighting, it is our victories they*arewinh day to dayv -We ^ have a very close personal interest in every move that is made on ihe great chess-board of the war. - - ; , NOW, ALL TOGETHER, so that we may'go VOVER THE TOP" th honor!. i ^ This Space Donated to the Victory Loan 1918 Campaign by Western Canada Hardware Compafiy Limitei, successor to Western Canada Agency Limited. ?JiliilHiiSIiSliiiT I I D-+D 899999? ;