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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 4, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta TUESDAY, NOVEMBER I, 1319 lv LETIIBmOGE DAILY HERALD, PAGENWE I 1 .B. Press Ascribes Result lo Apathy of Electors, and Labor'i Winning Alachue I.ON'DO.V. Xov. A. r'a decisive victory IQ the municipal! throughout the country te f ascribed by the press generally, part- ly to the apathy of the electorate and the fact that the labor party put real heart lnk> their campaign. Tke Tltuos eaye tha chief lesson It (he proved, existence of tm electloti winning labor machine all over tha country and notes that the parly won successes al such unlikely places as Bath, Brighton, Oiford and Cambridge, t weeping tbo boards at. Gates Head nnd securing wholesale rrtnrns at flootle. "People HOK have other ambilloas than merely having local de- clares the Dally News. "Indeed, tha specUdo of the premier and the chan cellor of the eicLcquer laughingly vrel- roinlog budgelB of pounds fiUrline make pelly economies pcetn unworthy." The Manchester Guardian thinks army semce tends to make privates toclalistlc iThllc tho-failures of dip-j ]omacy and much ot our generalship haa hastened the disbelief In the iircs- cnt governing classes for a. capacity tor national leadership. Two police strikers ivern returned In Ijiverpool. All three women can- didates were returned In Canterbury, Imt women were not successful (or election elsewhere. J. M. Thorjus. the leader the rail- n-aymen, says the election showa thai SI'OKANK. WaBii.. Nin .1 Ttits big red apple ro'tfQtd supmr? lo [lip In- land fr.iuplre during Orlutx-r. even forcing its way atrui-s inured threiholil of a. place uf Al near Spokane, an or- chard company hbviui; an output of 0 failed lo secim- tiara roaiptly enough to lake of Its product. Storage apace wag eihauit-parirueu'. cd uud at a last reiorl hundreds of holes of benjlllul apples were piled up fn a church until-the coDtestlon could be relieved. The Inland Kmpire will produce more than 20.000 carloads gf eiport applss this year, and solid train- loada are rolling tiiatsrard dally. Tba yield baa and prices ex- cellent BO that orchardlii pass- Ing ricb. The Prince An Addresc at School Building, Penlicton, D. C. before lone labor li.destined to rule tho country. Kurlliei1 eJectloni tbo completeness of labor's victory. This parly captured 31 seata of 42 in Popular. Kven 1[ fashionable Ken- sington, .aborttcs. vere returned. Nine were elected In Chelsea. Labor Is now the largest party In Bradford and Leeds Only about a quarter of the electorate voted throughout London. Tha poor law boards Jn ths metropolli are alremdy practically dcmltMed by labor mem- bers. The Etcning- Xewi the present rlclory largely rapreeeoti the general resentment agilnat shopfceep- !ng profiteering. C. B. McKlnnon, Leader in Boys Work Circles, Undertakes Interesting "Cascarels" work while you sleep! i "CaBcarela jever gripe; sicken o When you are leellng bilious, head. all next day Ilk Calomel, Suits, Oil or violent PilU. ncliy. cocelinaterj. If Uio breath is ..Ctl3CBrels- are a delightful. Ian bad, stomach upsel, or for colds, sal-, live-cathartic tor grown-upa and cht1.- lew ness, JusL lake "Caacarels" to reg- i dren, ulate (lie liver and nnd all is j Switch well by morning. little! to so Important Announcement Delegates lo the Teachers' Convention: Every delegate from Southern Alberta to Lelh- bviclge for this important session wjjl no doubt make an observation tour of the shops with a view to Christmas buying. Evon al tills early dale to be properly prepared, requires lime In ivhlch lo complete ilie delicacies o! tiousht ana action ivhlch niakfi a gift appreciative. Jusl liere you will rind a lew reminder! lo iiumeJIale ccmslrtcrnllon Glvon: Personal Greeting Cards FOUR CHOICE BOOKS OF SAMPLES TO CHOOSE FROM FORMER JAPANESE PREMIER IS DEAD WASHINGTON. N'ov. Former Prerulcr Leuracbl, of Japan, died at noon today, according lo despatch to the Vnited oiticlal Slates de- SWEDISH BARKENTIME ABANDONED AT SEA HALIFAX. N'.a.. Nov. The Swe- dish Viarkenllme has been aban- doned fti sea and her master and crew of seven men are safe on board the aleamcr Afel. accurdlne la a wire- less message received tills morclns by (be marine depirlDienL from Ihe master or ihe BARCELONA LOCKOUT MAY NOT BE GENERAL MADI11D, Xov. Bergois, minlstor of the Interior, this eienlng that leports from Barcelona more opl'rahUc, (he Impression being the lockout ivould nol be aslTbe people of Madrid are tafeing lit- general as the employers anticipated. Interest In eveots at Barcelona, VANCOUVER, Nor. 3.-C. B. Me Klrioon, of his been pointed secretary of the Xanaim County Y.M.C.A.. succiedlns G- Yi HarUoy. wbo resigned a sboft Urn igo. Mr. McKlouon assumes bis dul [cc as EOOD as he arrives at Xanaim his family, wolch. >vilL tc earl In. November. J county the first Y.M, CiA. organized In Alberta or Brlllbh Columbia, under the lonn and country plan ol Y.M.C.A. operation and has been going since February. The county Includes the cliy of Nanalmo, the towns of Courteney, Alberni, Duncan, Ladysmilh and other smaller communities as well tia the Intervening country districts, the I whole district gome forty miles long and about twenty vido. Under tho plan of operation, the secretary spends his lima among the different communities Hading and training leaders to carry on the work" among the and young men ot the com- munities. The work lg carried on TrIUioul MIT special Y.JI.C-A. biilW- itfle, Uie. buildings ancli ai public balls, schools, churches, while the great out-of-doors Is the citef Ihealre. of action. Tho rural "T" Berrea as a co-operating and co-ordinating factor irilh the other welfare orranlzadons of tbe "ccunt3rl and as its chief work la to Ilnd and I develop for their various i actlriUeB, U proves very valuable In I the betlermenl of Ih6 community life whols, Mrr McKlnnocu has spent Lhe gTeat- 1 er part of Die past year a.i organ Uer and promoter of the town and coun- try Y.M.C.A- work In Alberta and by reason of hli experience and training as well as natural "adaptibillty to the work is considered particularly lilted for the important position has afcttilnd. His committee composed of many of the leading meu o[ Vancouver Island. Copyright Novels and Reprints An early solncllon ot His choicest of r.ew titles is very desirou's Til Iliin itm-i. Manufacturcra of staple goods are dif- riculiy In meeting thu demnnds of (lie roapecUre 'iradcE, This applipp lo the booV busluotiE Strides ahd dllrenlions uro very rife. Intruding nurchaFers of UleraD' f publications should mn'te ibcir nnd prepare the aho'pplHK a- on'-o. The lasL-inlitutfo buyor going to ID dlsappolnled. It wll] not lo the fnuK of inb retailer nf any kind of rafrchandlae. the assorlinenl IE below the arorage this year. The wnrnlng fs a limely one. Conditions demand1 Oftrly shopplnf as r-nver (tDtorc. Toacherfi anit Rludeutg will fiutl The Twentieth Century Book Store a bnoh shop. neUjgntea to the convenllonV as watl- H3 nil bonk lovcrf, will linrl It p. plcosilro to'sRtinler mlrtBl sut- so thoroughly in kcoplnx with tt noble profeselon. In hUTidrrris iirn hclnc recelrcil every r.'cek lo meet iho naeds of liuok-loviup public. School supplier nrn here (a large quantities. j'.uiPX CoortP, Toyej Dollp, ainl Ivory, in rf grant asaortnionL The Twentieth Century Book Store "IS EVERYBOOY'O BOOK SHOP" 514 Fourth Avenue. Phone 613. OUT-OF-TOWN ORDERS SOLrCITCO, B. McKlnnon la 2 w known man, coming here several years ago lo lake charge ot iYorili Lethbrldge church. Ijiler he was tn charge of hoys' --fvbrk at the "Y" when that institution first opened. During Ihe ivar he was in charge of Ihe- "Soldiers of the Soil" movement in Southern Alberla and j did excellent sen-Ice. Hfr. McKlnnon hes always been rt- cognized as one of the outstanding I loaders in boys' work locally, j Lrfiihbrlilge people will be sorry to hear ho Is leaving. 11 I B U I L D YbUR OWN HOME Bring, in'your-plant'and and m them. We are now In a position 16 ntgotfiU tn Iht potilble notice. The British Canadian Trust Co. J15 FIFTH STREET 8. EXECUTORS LETHSRIDCE, ALIERTA Parents Can Make Their Dream Retrarding Children Come True by Buying Them Victory Bonds There is Joy in the home when babj arrives and enlarges the family cli dc, Gifts arc bhov-ercd upon llic li fai.l liy loving parenls, grandparent and relatives. This Is just a.i I should be; but the wise providers o theaa tokens of Admiration will b careful In tbc choice of girts. On the Lhroshnhl of life parenti and fc.cgtn to plan rosy fu- tures for the little one. They wish baby lo ullafn lo a high position, lo receive a good ed.icallon and lo htTO the beet of ererything. H li only A dream; bol Ly thrift ar.J careful planning j[ Is poialble of ireAl'utlori. Thb pureiil or who prcitnli hit child or grand- child with a .Victory Dontl now and allows It to grow by compound inter- eft will hm double Us face wherewith lo educate the child when he or the TMchefl the Ma of requir- ing advanced education. i t Thousands of parents and grand- 'ntrenls bought Victory Honda for thtlr children and granriclilWren in 1917 tnd 19L3. Tl.otiaands more, If they aro wise, will Join the ranks or Victory ItomlliolUcr- igr child Hili OFFICIAL PROSPECTUS "The Bridge from War to Peace" ee al MINISTER OF FJNANCF OF THE DOMINION OK CANADA offers Public Subscription the Victory Loan 1919 Gold Bonds intf rest from November 1st, 1919, and offered in two maturities, the choice of which is optional with .''jllov.'s: 5 year Bonds due Norember 1st, 1M4 15 year Bonds due Noremtwr lat, 1934 Principal payable without charge at the Office of the Minister of Finance and Receiver Generaj at Ottawa. or at the Office of the Assistant Receiver General at Halifax, St. John, Charlollelown, Montreal, Toronto: Winni- pee, Rcgina, Calgary and Victoria. Bonds may be registered as to principal or as to principal and interest, as hereinafter provided, .'ny of the above-mentioned offices- Interest payable, without charge, half-yearly, May 1st and November 1st, at any branch in Canafc of any Chartered Bank.' Principal and Interest payable in Cold Denominations: and Issue Price: 100 and Accrued Interest, Income Return per Annum The of the Loan will be used to pay indebtedness incurred, and to meet to be made in connection wkh demobilization (including the authorized war terrke gratuity to our soldiers, land settlement loans, and other purposes connected with their re-establishment Into clTll for capital outlay upon shipbuilding, and other national undertakings forming part of Canada's industrial reconstruction programme, and for the establishment of any neeesury credits for the pur- chase of grain, foodstuffs, timber and other products, and will be (pent wholly in Canada. Payment to be made as follows-: 10% on application; 20% January 9th, 1920; j- u 20% December 9th, 1919; 20% February 1920: 31.21% March 9th, 1920. "T The last payment of 31.21% covers 30% balance of principal and 1.21% leutesentint acerned interest at from November 1st to due dates of the respective instalments. A full half-year's interest will be paid on May 1st, 1920, making the cost of the bonds 100 and interest-' Subscriptions may be paid in full at the time of application at 100 without 'interest, or on any instalment due date thereafter together with accrued interest at the rate of psr annum. This Loan is authorized under Act of the Parliament of Canada, and both principal and interest are a charge upon the Consolidated Revenue Fund. The amount of this issue is exclusive of the amount (if any) paid for by the surrender of bonds of previous issues. The Minister of Finance, however, reserves the right to allot the whole or any part of the amount subscribed in excess of Payment.. All cheques, drafts, etc., covering instalments are to be made payable to the Credit of the Minister of Finance. Failure to pay any instalment when due will render previous payments liable to forfeiture, and the allotment to cancellation. Subscriptions other than those paid in full on application must be accompanied by a deposit of 10% of the amount subscribed. Official Canvassers will forward subscriptions or any branch in Canada of any Char- tered Bank will accept subscriptions and issue receipts. Subscriptions may be paid in full at lime of application at 100 without interest, or on any instalment due date thereafter, together with accrued interest lo time of making paymeJt in full. Under this provision, pay- ment of subscriptions may be made as follows: If paid in full on or before November 15th, IBifl, par without interest or If remaining instalments paid on Dec. 9th, 1919, balance of 90% and interest (190.52 pa- If remaining instalments paid on Jan. 9th, 1920, balance of 70% and interest per If remaining instalments paid on Feb. 10th, 1920, balance of 50% and interest per If remaining instalment paid on Mar. 9lh, 1020, balance of 30% and interest (W1.21 per Payment of instalments or payment in full after November 15Ui, 1919, can be made only on an instalment due date. Denomination and Registration Bearer bonds, with coupons, will be issued in denominations of and and may be regii- tcrcd as to principal. The first coupon attached to these bonds will be due on May 1st. 1920. Fully registered bonds, the interest on which is paid direct to the owner by Government cheque, will be issued in denominations of or any multiple of Payment of Interest A full half-year's interest al the rate of annum will be paid May 1st, 1934 Form of Bond and Delirery Subscribers must indicate on their applications the form of bond and the denominations required, and the securities so indicated will be delivered by the bank upon payment of subscriptions in full. Bearer bonds of Ibis issue will be available for delivery at the lime of application to subscribers .desirous of making payment in full. Bonds registered as lo principal only, or fully registered as to principal and interest, will be delivered lo subscribers making payment in hill, as soon as the required registration can be made. Payment of all instalments must be made at the bank originally nanW by the subscriber. s Non-negotiable receipts will be furnished to all subscribers who desire to nay by instahnents. These receipts will be exchangeable at subscriber's bank for bonds on any instalment dale when subscription is paid in full. AD receipts must be exchanged before 1st June, 1920. Form of Bonds Interchangeable Subject to the payment of 25 cents for each new bond issued, hoWorsof fully registered bonds without eoupom, will have the right lo convert into bonds with coupons, and holders of bonds, with coupons will have the right to convert into fully registered bonds wilhoul coupons, at any time, on application lo Ihe Minister of Finance or uty Assislanl Receiver General. Forms of application may be obtained from any Official Canvaswr, from any Victory Loan Committee, or mem- ber Ihereof, or from any branch in Canada of any Chartered Bank, Subscription List will close on or before NoTcmbcr 15th( 1919 DEPARTMENT OF FINANCE, L< OTTAWA, October 27th, 1919. Keep Canada's Farms and Factories Busy ;