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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - November 4, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta MONDAY. NOVEMBER 1, UM8 L ROLLED OATS FOR ALBERTA II 'j'lu of Necessitates Modification Klour Substitutes Order of Food Board Refugees From Belgium and France Reach Holland- -Guard Tried to Stop Them NOISAT1SF /Mmoiiton, Nov. 1.-Oalmnul anil fulled ohIh it re for thn pro.Hunt suli-niUili>� for wheat flour tut wotl as iye flour, corn flour, hnrley flour and mil. flour Insofiir as Alhnrta Is rum-�'iM-ncil. This annotinciMiHinl in made by Cfipl. I) Hunt, AllKO'tu n-pre.'-'nnt.'itlvc of tin' Canada l'"ooil Uourd. and the INCREASE IN WAR 011111 OrWI TAXES COLLECTED Ottawa, Nov. A:-Wnr itnxcs collected hy the department of Inlnnd I revenue, during October show � betterment over the war revenue of Or : tober, 1017, of almost $l,'J.*iO,'"' parliament. last session. I-Ixcisj runts, which was bcnl > f.axflH fell slightly below js.noti.non. aieveninK on parlluinc-ni . betterment of (400,000 over October, : of the new building, it un > 1!H7. The total inrrease over fh.to-jtest whm made nftaiii."! t (leciKion of the ROverinn only a part of the $:f,"0 bonus demnnd ed by tlie (,'ovornment. employees. The meeting whk brief, but during that time several niHuliil.lorts were passed wiiich deinoiisrrated lievornj a doubt, ihi! feeling of the eivil si-r-v:ini.k. Tele^ramn and letters o! e')iir:it;i'!nent. from other eitjos uci,.-I'-e'-ived with n.-aouudiiin elieer. . ber, l!ti7, was $1,1)47,Oil). nee;;,,,-: CHAN8HOOK DRUGGIST DEAD tvil -.T j ('mnhrook. Nov. I. Inlluen/.n n.i-::i' unlay je'ainied anions its victims Prank '!. in front | Murphy, of the firm of Ib-anii- \-mi - pro. | Murphy. (IniKKHtH of tbi,: city, nho Mimored | died on Wednesday, la-i, in Mie Si i'1 i;ive | KunotiD hospital, IS KAISER MOVING? Geneva, Nov. 3.-Dozens of trunks bearing the royal Hohen-z-jllerr* monogram have been arriving in the past w;ek at the luxurious chateau named Buenos at the Lake of Zufl. The chateau, which \r, flyinrj the German flag, is tiie property of Baron von Kljir.el, a German. brave MEN CAPTURED. London Nov. I Commander il.i faele !t4.-Belgian French refugees who cronscd Dutch frontier lieioro it was closod during the part week report that the latest, form ot Heririun cruelty took the form or separation of men of mill- j tnry axe from their families, within , slnht. of the land of deliverance. Thoy ' had been permitted to travel eastward with their wives and children until the last stage was reacht.d, and there th�>y were detained. The old men and women and children were The new substitutes order issued hy the Canada Kood Hoard limifliiK I allowed to proceed across the border.! ilm raiiRc of siihstiliites to the. four 1 Families nrrivltiK from around Val cereal floui'K named was effective j oiiciennes and Comic toll Btories which November first. (leave no doubt that tlio Hermann dur- Tbn eastern mills were expected ! Inc the past four years Of terror have to prodme siipplie-: ,876, Sergt. D. Irvine, Infantry-work battalion; 117.V.S4, Corp. F. Merkley, engineers. SIDE SWIPEO A FREIGHT. Toronto, Nov. 4.- Ueorgo Haig, fireman, and Joseph Maimer, engineer were seriously injured last night when a Canadian Pacific railway train with 400 munition workera on board ran into an open switch and "aide swiped" a freight train at l^eu-side station. Amsterdam. Nov. :\-Amid scents of I ,___ !lie wildest enthusiasm, regiment after ' regiment, each with its commander. Is I Kow York- Nov- president of the American Fed-at Mudupest to tain; the oath of ,i-1 eration of Labor and chairman of the American Labor mtislon, who arrived at an Atlantic port yesterday after a two montha' lour of Great Britain, France and Italy, Ja.it nijtht Issued a statement inviting the nation to "fol low the president and the president's i advice, at least until after tho triumphant conclusion of tho war." Speaking of the work of the mission in Kuropo, Mr. Uompers aald it had been gticceasftil "far beyond our ox-pectationa." He said the messages of good will, ayinpnthy and co-operation carried to the workers of the allied countries were accorded "most hearty and Enthusiastic response" and declared tho people chowed a detrmiua-Hon to carry on the war to a triumphant conclusion. a vancouver man. London, Nov. 4.- -Among cusualljes to Western Canada N.C.o.'s and men, nerving in tho .Imperial forces reported today appears the nuttio of H. rt. 1'lerco, South Wales Uorderors, Van-ouvur, uinler "wououcd." Copenhagen, Nov. 4.-The indications arc that Russia will refuse to make any further Indemnity payments to Gormnny, accordlnc to the Frankfort Gazette. The newspaper says that Russia, which has paid tjvo instalments of the war indemnity, has stopped the transport of gold and hank notes to Germany. "Kvldontly," b�vb tho Qoisette, "sh� refuses to pay tho land part ot tho h> donmtty." Dr. IX. w. Faulds, or Elmlra, was an iufluenia victim. Out., I I w*s crfct tad clean then. I am a Ten Dollar Bill. I may also add that I am a Canadian Ten Dollar Bill and naturally doing all I can to help our fighting boys win this war. About a year :igo when I w;i3 only a few days eld, I was handed (Hit by one of our the money for the household expenses." The following Monday I was traded for shoes for the man's children. The shoe dealer almost immediately sent me to a leather firm. They turned me over to a tannery. The tannery passed Die on to a farmer to pay for some hides. The fanner bough t The fa""er bought  tractor . * _ , a t "'"1 me to the city. a tractor and. sent J me to the city. Here I was once more enclosed in an envelope and handed to a workman on pay day. He used me to help buy a suit of clothes. The tailor sent me away down cast to square his account with a cloth maker. He turned mc over to a coal dealer. He spent me for fish, and X took a short trip on a fishing boat and heard the men talkiug about U-boats and I looked anxiously around the horizon. But we got safely home with u fine catch. The fisherman needed some new tackle, so ouce more I started i i il aud, He spent me tor finb. Is \:trd \iy Caundu's Victory Loan CommitUi*, in ro-o^ration with the Minister of Pinaace of the Dominion of Canada, 'Cash thii for me?" fat asked. I am a Ten Dollar Bill-that's my face value. You can see I am plainly marked "Ten Dollars,''- But the (strange thing ii that during this year I have, bought hundreds of dollars worthof goods, paid hundreds of dollars worth of debts on my journey from place to place in Canada. Aud what I am doing, forty-tw- > million other ten dollar bills who volunteered to serve their country at the last Victory Loan, are also doing. Older bills I have met - bills that were in circulation before the war tell me that Canadian people don't use us for the frivolous purposes they once did. This, of course, i s: as it should be, because we must defeat the Germans. We must maintain our boys at the front, which we could not do if my effort aud the efforts of my fellows arc ill-spent. Now, Canadian ladies and gentlemen, T am going to bring my talk to aueud Intel ling you the queerest thing of all about my travels. ' wc!**' My present home is in the bank, the officials of which gave me perm ission to come here and address you in the interests of the Victory Loan 1918. I am at this vcrymoment lying at the credit of the same John Doe, storekeeper, where I was last year. I heard him say when he handed me to the bank-'; Put that ten dollars to my credit, please. � I am going to buy some Victory Bonds next week." So, I presume, I ara destined for another trip to Ottawa, aud another busy year going up anddown the country--keeping factories, farms, lumber camps aud stores paid for their goods end their labor. And I am proud to I was traded forshott fur the children. He used me to help buy � suit of clothes. lie of such service to my country. Just one thing more and 1 am through: I hope each Canadian will do everything he can to defeat the Germans, bcctiuse, if lie does . uot, I, as a Canadian Tea Dollar Bill, will Dot be worth much - and, German money, which I understand, is called "niarks,"wi11 travelup and down Canada in our places, and my race will disappear from the face of the earth. Thanking you greatly for your attention, tediia and gentlemen. a fiua cutch. 4329 ;