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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - November 2, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta THE LEn^MODdB DAILY fffVALD �t: 1; f. f 'BanticM Fbiiu So ?ity Are Rapidly Picking These _ ^ iBuy a Victory Bohd). , ^ Victory loan hoaae card*\tor busi-^ m*ss atatfi in the city �tetb�]ns taken 8^�p nvUly. These �w� g^nated when '('"^6 pcir cent. o� any at�tt hare bouKht |*oi�lsX. ,Tiie foUoirlajt further hu�j-^ Boaspli^s bare -won honor cards,.in ^xddithKi to those annouoocd ia yes- terdara aiUon: / Ballaad Cameron, law oltice, Bank )> of Me^tTMU, Geo. Kerr and Co., H. W. viWkJIac*, bnvarJal OH Co., P. Lund & ''.Co.. Scott Brtery. Ellison Mills, Tay-Sldr Mllii, C. P: seven cards, Letli-^�Wdfe Hotel, Mrs. S. Tuckwell. I Many of theae places have not only /aubacribed to the extent of 75 pee^cent. t�I the etalfs, hnt have gone to the 10\> ' ver ceiBt.' Spi^clal mention mnat be ,more than that and the figure is he-Vnade of Mrs.'Tuckwell, who is'theineved to be nearer .500. CLERGY OFFER AID Bfidemic is Worse in City - Many Cases Are Not Reported In aplte of All the precautions, that have thus far been taken against the epidemic, of influenza, In Jjeflibrldge, the situation today is unquestionably -n'orse, nn^ the epidemic sjpreading N'ew casea are being reported each day, but the bad feature abbot the stt. uation is that there are many cases whicli have not been reported, the people in most places being too,busy attending to the sick to give proper reports. In consequence, though the number ff cases reported here yesterday was 300, tiiere must be many ."widoir of the late Pte. S. W. Tuckwell. "(Mrs. Tuckwell purchased bonds tor (�rerr member vT. the "household, in I eluding a grandchild. Victory Loan COontinned from front page) l�ome 4uavassers now being laid up, Ifcut the" battle is going merrily on. A coBsiderablo business is being J4oae over the ooonter at the loan head-i quartern, where $8000 Avas sold yester-|day Alone. The sales over the counter IliaTe ^been nearly as high everj' i' -y. Big Total for South '� Calgary, Nov. 2.-^outhern Alberta ^ubscr^tions to Canada's Victory f loan for the first li^e days oC the cam- tetgn. as reported to the Southera Al-rta executive f3,702,S50 subscribed %by districts. ' 'Magrath is latest to-make a claim (for aa.lionor flag and the other places ^gittering claims yesterday were Jen-y�er. Claresholm an^ Crossfield. the /org�niiatioos in the Maoieod, Clares-5*K>lm �nd Pmcher "Greet district un-T^er Hnlf Melvin as divisional chair-(nan. .give evidence of hard work "in "�tt increase ol $110,000 over the previ-'oni record. Iietbbridge division add-�it .980,000/to previous figureis and ViMeBicise Hat ahot up by $90,000. Mr. ^cTeef is leaving on Mondajr.ior fiia; �MiTiaion and Mr. Hbmibroofc is;'going ]�ottt orer the ground, agalu at Crovrs. tjNe�t;fBM. All indications point-^to .Maatkenii^Tb(itta;.t]iaiklngrup'a figure :�*er Ltheitonr'TfillUtonTdollar mark by -Koaday. . . The folloicriitgr-^diiV'iote .hare sub- acrltoed mi^&tfh ?HlgK"RivSr. Nan-/ ton,^idcan, OkntokB. $145,900; iCrows. NesteyasB. $91,060; Macleod. Pi^r^her , Creoit. Claraaholm, $275,250; l�itlaaHon It a toor. AM sowar. It j^motw amr attmngtt, ft malt- ntw W�>*, � fcaj'^ �f �*� tka-ahotelEoay willinn^TMaUty. That U whyWine^li Bialw* 7on ill �:tap., v.. r, � � CSetrMcGlary's beautiful booklet describing every kind of. gas ppliancc^it it free f Of asking. , LONDON TORONTO MONTKBAt WTONIPEO , VANCOWVEii^'! ,ST, JOHN CALGARY BAMIL-TON EDMONTON SiU^KA'irob^.;. Enquire^om Ij60$&c^- H ar dwar DealiiK^'^ilS Stockholm, Nov. 2.-A pftt against the ^Soviet government has been discovered among the sailors of the flotilla on the river Volga,-according to reports from Petrograd. Russian War Mini-^feir Trotzky, In an order of the day to. the army, denounced the cowardice and flight of several flghtlng units, hethreateas to court-martial any unit showing the least sign of panic in the future. . C P R ' EYTiElEillC (Buy a Victorj' Bond). Commencing today, the three train a week schedule goes into effect on ttio Calgary-Aldersyde-Lethbridge-Jtfed-icina Hat afternoon trains. This is in consequence of the light traffic occasioned by tho epidemic of influenza, and because of difficulties encountered by the railway company who�e em. ployees are badly hit with the epidera- The aft'ernpon train for Medicine Hat went out this afternoon, but there was no train nortji. It la understood that there are over 130 cases of influenza among the employees of the C. P, R. on this division, and that there have been several deaths at various points on tha-dlvislon in the past few riayfl. PROMINENT MAN DEAD (Buy a Victory Bond). Prince Albert, Sask., Nov. 2.-J, Brown, city xlerk, died this mormlug of pneumonia after a few days illness, He was 36 years old and entered the employ of the city in 1912. Owliig .to shortage ot beli> at the city haJl, ha had been greatly overworked and it is felt that this had Impaired his vita/ity. He is: survived .by a widow; .... I Hushied, fiy the aeolian Harp's sweet lyric notes, ,While cJations pipe their cries inJands afar, ()ne thirdM heaven fdl,,in^l IN-'atlRESCAREFUL HANOLINQ WITH NO JARRINQ / � OR SCRATCHING YOUR PlANOrOR FURNITURE. / . CHARGES HEASONABte. The McLean Tranifer 94 ;