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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 4, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta F.ir.nr Titr. DAILY IIKIULD. TUESDAY, NOVEMBER I, 1910 BRIlNWia SUPPORT Solution NVill Likelv lie Annex- ation to Italy With Self- neferrmnutkin KOMK, NOT. nriU-ic liis'. decided to the solui'on posed by Italy iif ihe Adriii-'i: auJ has inftruciiiH'.s i to this to her uuibassador bi j I'ae United Slates, says ihe Trbuna-j The naiionul council or Kinme, ac-1 hus ially noilliol the resolu'.ion Ing principle of solf Tbe Gioru.ilf cntc-'.Lic uovvera u( j Oci. 30, Iialy under (he it is iayi probable Franoe will submit supreme Council a dtw proipcl tMJp- cernict: ihe Adriaiic, M. Cleaienconu vi'lship.g 10 end his prem'eiship wiib an aci making Kr.inco-huliaii trlend- stlp strong and lasting- France Takes Initiative PARIS. Nov. has Taken ihe :n preser.iiug lo the gus'trnnienr a new proposal (or seit'pir.cnt ot the Fiuoie atccT'lin? 10 ihe Echo de Paris, say? the- move llic e-tippnri o; .Ureat Britain. COAL .MINERS VOTE TO RESUME WORKING EIGHT HOURS A DAY and foil coal Vi-jrfcers of Sasany. recosnii- :rc ilic- (TLliral due 10 ihe fact o' coaJ. harr roteil io resume worfciug fight hours a day unrl March accrordii'5 lo advices 10 Vorsiscbc Xeiiung from Dresden. tynl men hare decided lu work Sunday: ;ind holidays. ary to cloiemiir.e whether an ex'tn the arrangemcdl is necessary. Victory Loan 1913 h Bridge Between War and Peace. Aprirulliirnl ami Imhistrtdl Prcs- jit-rii) vt Oiiwd.t Jlepends on Siu-a-si of ihe Loaju Wby is It nwespivry to another Victory Loan? Have fcfard this flurry? Or have you asked U! The Victory Lean ul this year stands out as ihe bridgr beivecxi war 3nd peace. Tlie war is orer. OUT L-oys wou ihai. The reconsirucilon period ii dawntag and wo at home musi win ibat. Such o( the money that is AsfciriS for will be needed to clean up Ihe war debt. Tbe ot doniouilixsUon were hesTy, and there is till, mucli of It unpaid. Xow thai our men are bacfc. let U noi said tbat we repudiated the debt (or bringine them back. Tie ack and wounded soldiers still In hospitals are eipectlQE that Can- ada iril) care tor iheni and ihelr de- until iney been re- j turned lo health and airengih. The hospkaJ sorricea must be maiuuined 31 lull strength aa Ions as there returned men needing attention. I Many men Through diaabnity are unable to return 10 their pre-war occuimions- The Dcpariment oT Sol- tilers' Civil is do- ing a. Doe work iu iraininfi returned soldicjs in trades anJ professions j that they can earn a living at, and J is lolluwing up the training and see- ins thai they obtain romuneratlie .HE ploy men L. The maiDtalniDg oC tills f branch of reconstructive service ca.Ua lor much funds, and tkc Victory Lean be need lo pay lor it as ivfeli i ifae other purposes. 1 Under the Soldiers' Land Settle- L-ioac'-Aci, enough money Is lent to j rtitrned soldiers 10 enable them 10 Our and Jiock a (arm. This money i wjll Ire repzjd at a low rate ol in- i icrosi. The soldier is ihos given a chance to re-iaatate niniEelf ia civil BRITISH SUPER-TRIPLANE BUILT TO BOMB BERLIN NOW AN AIR PALACE FOR PEACB PASSENGERS Ifciij News ghe> further particulars of Tarrmut winch .Sce'j referred, to In the House ot Commons. I Moral Aircraft factory at Barnboroush. A sulking feaiura li its long, cigjr- shaped (uselagp. simitar in appejiniuce to tbe body of a Zeppelin 11 I'.ras originally deaigUfel to bomb Ber- i-'u. carrjias JCVWO jvunds n( booibi ?nd n crev pi orer a riistjnce cl L2tO lulled a of Ml (eoL Tho li >nd Is fitted When Ihe 'aircraft industry i yrcparatlons lor conimorciil (lylii; thu loafcera of the super-liirlaac foltovtcd- suit, with thy result thii U has J iucod a type-ixeU capable ot carryinif j over one hundred or cargo VfelghlDi oino (OJIB. fur a illiTOuco o( 1400 miles. The speed or tiho couverl- idU be eitythii; from SO (o 100 miles per hour. It- possesses eiionuous vosiibtllilof In -tfontlBuoua Clyinr; asul ty pjlra It would be nosslblo to mike a aoa-mop HUM lastlug houra'Tho a patent system ot not uullke Uie masts of a 'varehlp anJ thla ot Iraclnjc Vlrea ?Jid oilier. lUtluje coiunioa to dinar? iJrplane. Tbere U a freeway right down the .centre or tho luaehise, to walk; to Hie tall. Threo cf gUai vlndowo, the Three rnep cue rescued unconscious a squall .truck their ichooner ca (be St. lawreoet. Jrom Quebec Uarbdr MAY ARBITRATE THt DANISH UADHIS..XOV. more optimis- tic Tlftw ot the lockout EltuatEuu In Bu-cloiu U tolnc Uken by Iho author- it tea us employers and liivd.consented to forra au Ui Gloria to wire the ud H Is pwjlblo tb.it In this weeK a dednlla will Ue bal brouebt to Ijear by prominent citizens In nn endeavor to bare tbe employers chuuge tlie'r attitude. life, and producUon is given a boost. Mlllo-a liolel UiJR City. N.Y.. Inr 33 veara Ihe rendeivous 61 polLlici-iRS an-.l ivas and will be turned into a phonograph factory. I Of the total amount ol the forth- I ironiiDs has been] rulers. Pensions to the disabled and de- i pendents of our glorious dead, as well as the authorized gratuities will be other items on the expense sheet-. Thru its use youthful Eppcirance b remained unul youth has btcrxnt but a memory. The sofT, rrfinid, purly while appearance it is the joy owing to toe returned soldier who j in health. The maintaining of Canada's pros 1 I periiy is an important reason why the Loan Elould be a smashing i success. The money is needed 10 fiaaace the credits'to overseas coun- tries so thai tbey may conUnue Jheir trade relations with us. If Canada I ca.an.ol other coun- i t triea will, and then Canada will lose j all that great overseas irade that has j .been the mainstay ol our agricultural r md Industrial life Cor so long. As an investment Victory Bonds are J eminent. Paying S percent. Bell-; j Ing above par on the open market, _ and guaranteed by the what further can you have lor hesitating? The Victory Loan 1919 ought (Q lie orersubscribed, and nil right-Lhinting citiiens will do iheJr utmost to that sucti a j iult is obtained. I TO CARE FOR WOUNDED1 Keep Peps handy as the sure and safe remedy for winter coughs, colds, sore throat, influenza and bronchitis. Keep the boys at the front well supplied too. They can have nothing better than Peps to ward off colds and chest troub- les caused by exposure to bad weather. The Peps medicine is breathed in as a Peps tablet dissolves in the mouth. It penetrates where liquid medicine cannot reach; and pro- vides direct and instant protection for cvciy part of the thront and chest. TgjAl Send this tdvertise- ment ind Ic. stump (for return postage) to Peps Co., DupoqtSti, Toronto ind free packige be sent you. MOBTJ From Vlctorj Lon Will CstvJ to Soldiers. I Our soldiers in faced perils other Lhan those of Ebcll and gas aud j fire. There waa ilie peril of tuberculosis. Up to August last soldiers suffering from this disease had been relumed to Cajjada. These were placed In ?ani- torinma under the direction of the Department of Soldieis' Civil Re- establishment, and they are one of the departments ot that branch thai! must be maintained, and come under I the head of capital war outlay. All oi-tliese men and souie I others, disabled or ill, will be looked I after with money raised through the Victory Loan 191S. It Is the sacred duty of Canadians Ibai the money i is forthcoming, Crediti Mutt Be Eitabiiihed j for Sale of Surplui Products, 1 i 1 ol Vlctcry Jumn 1B16 J Injnre Slradj XarkeU j tor Fanucre. It Ubca some elx bushels ot whnl i lo feed tbe average person In Canada 1 annually. Roughly, therefore, tbe eljht mUllon people' here consume I about bushels each jcar. Out eren In a poor year the crop [j some Sve limes thai amount, and Ihe surplus must be Eolil If the farm- era are to get a return tor their time and labor. But tho Bale of tho crop must be financed. GrcaT IJrJtaln, which provides our greatest marJiel, baa not the ready cish; anil so Can- I raufit means of raising the 1 money. Heiice the Victory Loin IS 15. j In Tleir ol the fact that the pros- perity of the Dominion Is dependent to a considerable eitent upon the of her ourplus Erala Ihe neees- Blly ol tbe being lorlbcoalr.i IB Tour dollar miy be tho last slraw Hat Sffeepa Ihe Victory Loan oicr Ihe top. Would you take tLe chinto i of maltlni It a failure? your money lhat your pay tnrelope may ailod, as will follow the success of the Victory Loan. Tlctory Bonds ire the (odder (Jial (oe machinery or Canada's in- Austria] world running 21 lull speed. fjafp blowers cscapctl ulili. J.ln.uo) j toot from Ihe Narik In ATc-xnnrlria Ky. They liolilril Uif l.yun cut' i lelejiJjDjjt iJ.its. The New Motor Car t The Greatest Improvement In Riding Comfort Since the Introduction of Pneumatic Tires HERE is a brand new tj-pe of car, built in Canada by Canadians, for Canadians. It solves the problem which has baffled automotive engi- to combine riding comfort with light weight and economy. Our new Three-Point. Cantilever Springs make this possible. These are the first springs of their kind and they are made of chrome vanadium steel, They are esdusive with Overland. Because of these springs, Oveiland 4 combines the riding qualities of large, heavy, expensive, long wheelbase cars, together with the advantages and economy of small, light cars. With 100-inch wheelbase, Overland 4 has the luxurious riding ease of 130- inch Springbase. The exclusive, Three-Point Canti- lever Springs cushion the car so that it rides well on all roads: they reduce choppy rebounds and side swaying, protect the car from road shocks and prolong its life, minimize twisting or racking of frame and body, enable the car to hold the toad better. _ The car and passengers ride smooth- ly as.though floating, free from road shocks. But this new riding comfort, possi- ble only with these Three-Point Canti- lever Springs, is but one of the advan- tages of Overland 4. Its light weight makes possible great, economy of gasoline and tires, i High quality materials insure dura- bility. All viM parts of the front aile and steering gear and all highly stressed driving gears and shafts are made of alloy steel. The equipment list of Overland 4 is like that of expensive cars: Auto-Lite Starting and Lighting-System, Electric Horn Specially Resilient Upholstery Rain Vision Tillotson Carbu- retor, and many other high quality conveniences. In every respect Overland 4 is a quality car. The body is all steel, all enamel, the brightest, most lasting finish. Overland 4.has been tested for two years and more than miles over the Rocky Mountains, prairies, through deep mud and scorching des- quick, sharp climatic changes. As a result of these tests we were able to judge the car's perform- ance under every condition and to per- fect it before offering it to the public. 1 There is no previous car of any size or price to adequately compare with the character of service Overland 4 in- troduces. The farther you ride in it the more you will appreciate it. Come in and get a Booklet. The demand for Over- land 4 will be greater than the supply for some time. Overland 4 Touring, Roadster, Coupe, Sedan, Prices f. o. b. Toronto, War Tax included. Dealer: P. M. McKINNON Rear of Union Bank 3rd Avenue South Prlcts Sublecl lo Changi WlHioul ;