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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - November 1, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta 1 \gi: iT-y THE LETHBRTDGE DAILY HFMUJH friday NOVEMBER 1, 101* 5 garage, too per cent. The local staff ] :'f (lip Hudson Hay Co.. and of the In! ternntional Harvester Co. were all | signed up for lionds. 100 per cent, -i v.eok before the campaign opened, ami) have received their honor emblems! The others who have received honor i " ' ---- emblems to date are as follows: 'of General Maokay. whose forces are Citizens Lumber Co.. R. Doe, Camp- at present encomiteritiK little resist-i boll. Wilson �t Home, .lohn Home, ' ance. t.ethbriilra' .MerrautHo. Control -Car-' �.ape. l!ei| Cress Urui; Co.. Consolidated' i ltubber Co. ' Honor cards in the Vietoiy Loan j campaign are being taken tip rapidly j.-i tbo city, and nearly ,i dozen have j nlready been issued. These cards are give:' as soon as 7a per > ent. or more '.' the staffs of the business places J-..iro bought bonds. 'The first to re i civG :uc. honor emblem was the Ford) SAYS AN ACCIDENT Every Item of Your Order Will Have CarefulAtten-tion Here C.ire'ul buying and cc.iiei. nini-over niofitis a '-lean, iresh stock. When again carefully eh"cket'l before going mi: yon get absolutely first quality groceries. L L Jervis 527 8th eet S. ione 1883 Inquest Into the Death of Man At Jones Mine Last Sundav tieneral Tom l.onpworlh of the Mi; ers' battalion reports steady progress,) altliuugh returns a li'lle slow in com-1 iug in. On Saturday he expects to  capture very impl^rtnnt ob.ieci'lvos, i and record a considerable advance. ' (�'eiiera! Harris is entiiusiastieally cheering iiis tiuiutiy battalion on to greater vMories and is making'rapid progress towards hi- uhjeetive. (lea-eral MncKeth of ine MUit'.i liattalion made a considerable ailvan.-e ye.-ii-r-day, his forces taking difficult positions. T i � i! y liov Lethbridge shall be ilie fir -he ufovince to capture it- A Few More Recruits Are Now Required for DRAFT A= a vesc.lt of a demand iu.nU' by i certain parties in the case of the late I Allan McDonald, who was killed ai ! the Jems' mini' north of tli". city. on. Sunday last, the matter of holding an � ' inrpiesf was rc-opened by the attorney-! general's department, and an inquest held last evening by Coroner Mt-Nicol. ' /riir widow was represented by Mr , �Mi Ki'tina. lawyer, of |',ow Island, ami , the witnesses note also cross-tinea- ' | tinned by M .bmiiston mine iti-pector ; for this district. The verdict returned bv the jury'. I wa.s one of accidental death,, caused ' ; by being -duck by t'.ie tlyimr'portion ' of the v incii' at the miti". J Warned the Men | A;-co;-ding to the r>vli|e|.. . �avr,.  \lone> tiie owner of the mine, and the , j "mpl.tyei's toRether with McPonai-i 1 | were having dinner in the shack near; I the mine, ami when th> meal was! I through. Jones remarked that be in-', j tended testing out the new winch, and' '; warned those -wuo were not to help! jiiini, to keep away in ca=o anything j i happened. McDonald, who was jtiM. i | completing arrangements to take over [ {the ownership of the mine, had be�'n ! ; moving out his effects. 'Alien the' i other mm left the shack, to prol'n,;i.ii to their credit niii'i; it is confidently .'lill.l'lllll, wi'll Ity Saturday \pecled ' li.it ' a long way or $irai.�r-n. �ict-" �ill be noX1 week to announce eil it . ollje  o th" honor t !,C C|t '.� li ist lilt S V. ill low ,ird - their ohjei tiv while i he country ' i i.irilicvill" ^f .I'.iori'.v'.ll" I'.vMy t - from $j(m> �o ;icon l:i ",vi! hp'-ir- Capt. Pavitlson snh! J wor'h o? bonds to these Italian' loan and the nd~ ..c'l Apply at once R.N.W.M Police Barracks COAL FAMINE Markets All Well Sloekcd Up With Fuel Supply NOW e- V There, is no danger of a roal fatnin-in the west the coining winter, according to views of local coal operators The frest Is pr'tty well stocked up. with coal, and owing t.o tho long open fall these stocks have not hern drawn upon to any great rff, at her residence on Fourth Avo Mrs. Hoy was u victim of influenza. Mra. Uoy leaves to mourn her loss six daughters anil lour sons, as follows. iMr^ (low, Mi;ii Kate, Mis.-i Corrlne, Laura, here, Mrs. Leahy, Me. diciiie H�it, ami the i-ons, Angu�, Alfred, Kdmund and Adoljih. Mrs.' Roy-has lived In tiiu city since 1890, having come hero with her husband and family from .Manitoba. Mr. Roy died about ten years ago. Mailed casualty lists report that Drive liavid Henderson, who enlisted j with the aril'.'.f.iy at l.etlibridy.e and ivhose next of kin resides in Scotland, ivus killed in action'on Oct. 11. Htrgt. Konneth McKenzie. of tho infantry, enlisted at l.etlibridKe, next of kin, Scotland, was killed in action on tho sumo date. Pte. John U'llrieu. who enlisted with the eiiBiuooi'f) at I.efhbridKe, whose noxt of kin lives at Yakiiua, Wash., is reportod woundeU. _ i F:~- md I not ono of t)\em refused him. Nearly every Itallith so far canvassed at Sttiffordvillo has also bought. They are easor to help tin? country win tho war ami are .atixibvis Jo, tako a last crack at the KiisjrJ There has been no difficulty fn sellfng to those people. The Slovak society la?t night sub-sitribed for SiiOO worth of bonds. This Kivos ttonio Idea'of ihe .-.pleniHil way in which (lie foreign elcaunt are coin-iuy forward. In Southern Alberta Calgary, Nov. I. -Southern Alberta subscriptions to Canada Victory loan for the first four days of the campaign as reported to (lie Southern Alberta executive are niiariug the three million dollar mark the exact '"isaires be-|it�K .'-.K-.'t.rott. Thuvsila'y stilncriptions aggregated approxiinntely JT.",i>,0i1u. Some totals of district are as follows. High Hiver. Xantoa. Vulcan, Okotolis, $1.�>.">,"."it), i 'run s Nest Pass, ! J-i-l.ilao. Macleod, Pirclier Creek, Cliic^holui, $ic,t.;ni. i.e-iiiiridgi'. Ta-le.-r, , , in'1, ''ardidon. Raytniv.-d. Magratli $:>'.'.-' Calgary (::,.-.o;, First Honor Flap Th" event, of Thursday was the win-1 nmg of the first honor ;';,\? in South-iern Alberta. This w.i � >a by Has->.in.i town, whicii n it oniy captured ', ili� flag by being Hi" tir-t point in ! Southern Alberta to attain lis quota ! hat also won a crown by goto;, '.'"> pnr ' i i'ii'. over its ipiota. (ither points are Ion the verge of being claimants for honor flags. High Hiver. Nnnton, Vulcan. Okotoks district -nok a big jump yesterday, but the Mar'.-ml. I'lncher Creel;, t'lareshoim d->tn','f still le.cls 'aruoiig th" rtir.il comtii'ini'i"? Vlg In. ,-rea-"s also cnnie m ir.nn I.ethbridge ' , tul V->dlcine Hat d;s;ii'-ls Ip C.lttadn roror.to. Nov. 1 -The commit1.'; i'hilatlejphta Doctor Sending Some Here-Urges Use of Quinine 'Buy a. Victory liond). , Arthur lliginbothiuu, who is a .personal friend of nr. T. J. Bowes, one! of the most prominent medical mo'ri in the U. S.. and now medical director for a large corporation in Philadelphia, has received word from the doctor of the splendid work done by him wifh a serum for the inoculation against, influeiwa. Thousands In Philadelphia have boon saved from 'Its epidemic, by the use of the serum. Fimt> of which is now being sent to Mr I Uginliotham. Mr. Higlnhntham also wired nr. Howes regarding the upe oT quiutne, and has received the following icply: "Quinine useful In largo ijoses five to ten grains every four hours, nr. Howes has found this effective in his work in checking tho epidemic in Philadelphia where It has been most severe. tho Victory Loan mad,u?.-512.000. rtritish Columbia, lo.erti.Tnn; Alberta. S'.hS'lT.S'.b. Saskatchewan, $!.. MO.i'.OO; Manitoba. $4.32R..J50; Mont-reil. $fi.f.Sl.ir>0; Quebec Province. j L'lir.'i.jo, New orutiswick. $s.o~.:'Oo: J N'tiva Scotiu. JljflM-Mf. Princo Kd-f j ward Island. $l!t(>,SQ(>. TO ARREST THOSE Those who appear on the streets without masks hep'jforth, will bo subject to nrreot and a fine, according to a statement made by Chief Hardy today. The chief says that there are a few citizens who perslstenly are appearing Without masks,' and an example must be made in'order that the, order will be properly lived up to. Furthermore,  the provincial health board has ruled that no more than ten cents shall be charged for a mask. Hitherto the general charge made at most of the stores has been 15 cents. OTTAWA THE NKAREST l.ethbridge. Oct. Ci5, iniS. Editor of The Herald: Would you kindly inform me by means of your paper which is the nearest Argentinian Con-ulate and what is its addixHi. . JOS A 1.1! V The nearest consulate is al Ottawa A llereJt, Consul flenera!. LIBERTY LOAN NEARLY A BILLION OVERSUBSCRIBED 1. - The was over- Washington. Nov fourth Liberty Loan subscribed by more than $866,000,-00O. Final reports announced ta-day by the treasury shows subscriptions of $6,866,416,300. It is estimated that 21,000,000 persons bought bonds. Canadian women are right lielfind I In Canadian troops in the trenches. Women nurses arc now installed in hospitals S miles in the rear of the nclntil fighting line. Many of our Canadian women arc unable to take up the duties of nursing tit the front, lint I Uoy should know liow In take care of their own at home and fur this purpose no better book wn.s ever printed than the Medical Adviser ti lv,.,'^ containing l.flflS pngea, and iiound in cloth, ritli chapters on I'irst Aid, Ihindtiging and care of Fractures, 'Inking care of the Sirk, Physiology, Hygiene, Molhrr ami tialie, which can lie had al ino.~t �lrtn� stores, or semi T>0 cents to I)r. Pierce, Courtwright. St.. liridgeliurg. tint. The women at home, who are wnm out, should take that reliable temperance, lierbiil tonic, Dr. Pierre's Favorite Pre- trT/!,.'-! Onl - "tor �nnmnly c1-II "ill* I h,v le-|i-.l Fir PiTcr* lnvc riti- t'e-*T*r,f"n to hr r-- t l^nt It dtrcMutti, le t ntul hull' IliP Up ': it \''-irSURd wtlMt 1 fnffrrinrwitharhre.il irfuiliti- a nr| if. -il.'i r,rr,-a-.| In 1.^ a ip!-r ill.I leul- �! iriria Ctrl'. mi�', J ml i- i:-  �  jeBft-err if-. ,rrr, fn'-ir ;iC -11.C I lr. 1 |rn-f>> It -iir Prr�-f ij'tcin te *'l  uff.tri, Ir.itll woil.xn 9 � mlinr** '' Art\u. el. -l/r|, ^retie Slrickltr, S^'WilS^i Put Another Spike the Kaiser's Coffin Drive it in Hard-Drive it in to Stay Pul all the fovtc o{ your patriotism behind your blow. Help bury Autocracy. ... Autocracy must be smashecb The Kaiser must go. Pan-Germanism must be wiped off the face of the earth. And the Victory Bond Buyer will do it. Peace is in sight-if we don'l let up. Victory will come if we keep at our tasks. Buy Victory Bonds. Come Men!-"Over the Top!" The race is on! livery city, town and village in Canada is entered this race, the whole of Canada watches for the winners. We must exceed the amount set for us. Certainly we shall win our Honor Flag, the flag that shows that Southern Alberta has "done its bit " for Canada's Victory Loan, 1918. There is not a man or woman in the country who hasn't something to do with this matter. It is oflr fight that the men in France art-fighting, it is our victories they are winning from day to day. We have a very close personal interest in every move that is made on the great chess-board of the war. NOW, ALL TOGETHER, so that we may go "OVER THE TOP" with honor! This Space Donated to the Victory Loan 1918 CampalQn by Western Canada Hardware Company Limitefl Successor to Western Canada Agency Limited. IS! ?8196?8248???71614288?59?1063189830??928304919??509???670?89?1?72830734?736764083653988???4883 ;