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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - November 5, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta TUESDAY. NOYF.MRKK i�, t!>T� THE LETIIBRIDGE DAILY I FT,AO) PAGE SEVEN t OF THE CANADIAN V, ('ox. Democrat, for the ft u hermit. -] lonal Hection. Predicts Heavy Vote ! HiMton, Mush.. Nov. 5. Not with- I *  �.JuHm'i\ Nov. "..--There Ik ro initcli Kdmonfon. Nov. ;.. � While recruit illness at Port Alfred, cent* Chifmous, i�K K* �" l�� north country lor !;* i mill* Siberian expedition. Lieut. I Tarry ,(. uhoro L-trc pulp am] paper .,,.,, ( Hf.mwp, crtrUracted epidemic liitlu-li:.vr been operntitiK day and night, : ,,n!6il amj 0!, hiH return to Kdmonton U: i -Ii-m,. plants have been Hosed  succumbed to the disease. The trash: down fnr the yoennd time within ;� ; element in the c;ns wan that Mr*, month. They had been closed tn.n j nHHvveJj who was* mi ruins nUguw pa-dn.VH and hu:l only re-opeued hint week. ' ticnts died onlv a few hourH before when :.Mi of the hands lieiiiR Hick \u.v hu-dmnd and he, was kept in eu->"�terday, the nmnHKoment decided u,-,, |Knonince of her death. Lieut, to shut down. ! WHliwell has been nUtloned with the - -~-t:-----^ * Army Service Corps In Calgary, hut ' wa.; recently trnnflferred to Edmonton. I '.* Nn. Tin v ! \ .illltt 1* DAD'S LIFE GET IT FOR HIM With the. Canadian Fqrcna. Oct. 10- (By iMail from the Overturns Correspondent of the. ('anadian Proast Much of the HiiccesH of the operation^ of the Canadian corpa opening n . . , ... Friday. Sept. 27. w,,* .In,, to tho *�U >,r,M fl!,r" ,%\ ,lld work of our ��� !' i""1"!1'"\.f"r *n.V '. if ;i v ^ t inn k If coii- : taudiriK unpleasant- weather con Ii'- J ions and diu* absence of thnur.nml* of',.. vot�jr.-. who are in the, nation's sev vii-e, party leaders predicted a he a v. vof�� in M;:s.;,ac))U>ftt todav. fr� f',: ciry. v. here local rnnleHtrf h a v c h�-cn ' cin 11 y ahnrp. a htnp' I"1''  >d in flic cariv Jioiir.- In Illinois, ('in�',i.i;o, Nov. --Itep-n t> from s i\v v Phlhidelphln. Pa . ally favorahlr* eleel ion vailed throughout I Vir | voting was light early , it was hoped that infer- grftHHional contents wnn.d have the ei.! h>u- ;*wiious nt the state indicated ; ~^z=z feet. r>f bringing out a in the close tonight. general election in great britain is likely; dec. 7 DATE ! .undon, Nov. r>.--( Kcsul era. > The general election will take phi'-e jn Great Hrhain on hcc. ; i! in expected. Tiiiy infunnat ion wan given nut a; theBO 2S.'^7 wrre killed or died or wontids. The cnfiinltU'r ar� divided ns follows : Killed or died of wounds: Offlceis, ; jur.o; men. WftuinJed or mining: Officer.*, " meM t:>i,ti;;:, ZJ 1. > V V F v |,.|-(,r,. Unit t he vote today would he fairly !h'Ov\ The mattery of greatest jn Senator Rejwhle an leader nte!--t between that William (' Sproul", i da:ne., Hamilt'm Lewis, encumbent. nol ;i,''and Aledill Mr/'ormie); $i>y tii.* I'nited Hon. r�r. King, V,. r\'rt Mlntator of Puhiie Work'h, lias come back to ('ran brook for a while to help fight the, flu' epidemic. FFICERS CRUEL i out liie stat". Says It Is Suicide to Cut Corns And Telfs How They Lift Right Out. t You simply nay to thr> drug store man. ' (live nm a quarter of at* ounce of free/fine" Tills will cost very littl" but L-* ^uffbdent to re move every hard or soft corn front ouo'h feet. A few drops applied directly upon a tender, aching corn siio'iid r-dieve the Horejjes ; instantly, and rnon the entire corn, root and all. can be lifted out with Hie finger* without pain. This new drug called free/on^ is an ether compound discovered by a Cincinnati man, who sayn rha* vvhHe free/one is HileUy it ilrie : in a moment, and Pimply shrivels \\\y tho com without inflaming or ev#m irritating thf� surrounding tissue nr skin. Don't let father die of infection or lockjaw from whittling at hh; corns, hut cut this out and make him try it.--Advertisement. , "V, run Pluralitv ami that ;h- f;e,Mide Sneering preparations tor the Hour- , inn Wood operations were iftnlertaken 1;inf! w,) �]f1vA 'A of In'! on live davs' notice and were exceed-'0 ,H' ' h0ht-n-. ., . . .. : Bad Weathcr ' In Montana. ingly difTlcnlt owing to naturo ol . i the ground. On the front over which' ;*\>^'�" aTT* j!!T nhdl fire; the pm bing forward of 1 ��lmiMi^trat.ioii. erosK-eountry tracks for infantry and horse transport to the front. Hue; the pushing forward of light tramways*to the front line to facilitate the delivery of a mm unit ion. store* ami supplies. ((�'mgre-iwrnen. govern. m ,i, ;i, ] '�"tinty (dflcers. �'h!c'r.i ,,i (jjiet t-n,a-arc answering yes . Congr'v-i^'woiiuin .leiiuette Ilim-'> kin. l'nit�'d States S.-uaioi T J Walsh and Dr. Osra r .M. 1 ,:i n^ t rum a re con iie-ting lor the I'nited Stat'- -enator--hip. A part iaI slate : P k*-' a!.-o is 10 l�e e|''C'**d in California. San I'ranci-tMi. Nov. .*,. t iun -p> e.-'i day in Pallfornia dawned rp'ar and :n.U;�-n/.. eju- bright, after h'-avy rains in ti.e north and showers in the -oaih ia-i lu^ai. i I I iSo headache, biliousness, upset stomach or constipation tomorrow J Former Governor k P.. Will.-. Final appeals for votes by mail, tifwv Hepublican, is opposing Lnvenicu- ,1a paper advertisements and hill hoards without pint t or in h pencil es. - In New York. New York, Nov .'�.New \'- firs; elu'iion day on wliich women v- ere permitted to vote began w|t h nut a vorn hie waMier in man v * erd ion It��))ort -,; from some (it 1cm I u|i -date indicated, however, that. .,s | Sp-nd Hirenlh -feel grand! Tonight in New ^irk ' ity. the low tempera-J i,,^,. Cnscareis to liven vour liver and ;um- and gray skh,-. ,vere not deter-1 r|ean r our boweW. Stop the headaches s, sourness, giises, coated ngU". had breath, sallnwneas and Tie* Kepublieon and Democrat-1 >i the districts didat i of this iuirmless, famotiB cathartic ar� sold each year now.-Adv� rtiflement. would be included in the list of per-,., , , , . , 'sons whose trial and punishment 11,0 Prv^loI� \'f *'�R"�*^r material of t. all sorts and the construction of new , would he demanded by the alMcF. It ; was considered inadvisable at pres. I ent to state the nunies of persons in ! fit i t | Phillipo*. who was dlNtingulshed for his ill treatment of ttrltifth pri^uners. headfjnarters for battalions, brigades and divisions and dugout accommo l he list. The government had !lP(MJ nation and shelters as m.icky as the> . �euuested to take all Mep� pnM�Hdp ' 7"!rMin \m,,mviTII- A f !jon ,w�f th" "Inn of water supply i RECORD OF RHODES SCHOLARS 1 London, Nov. (Canadian Prenp ': dirfpateh from Heiit#*r*�l--Hp to Ibe present time il4n llhodeM nrholars from th�ry water sup- : ply- After z*ro all crosslngF were put throuKh successfully in spite of heavy | machine gun fire The attack kicked- i off at f� L'o a.m. and the llr�t guns 1 rrosAft ) the �^�nal at S 4u. Tho M�Sin-1 eeti* went over with the infantry to j | get their fnot hridffe�t acro^n and tho engineer wagons utth their, Hlxdior^e i tuams were punhed forward no rapidly 1 that In heveral c*i^e'* all tlu* itorse^ * Wi�tt* killed by machine gun tire ami j the men got their material down to the brldg'' >ltes t>y man-handling the wagopi. Beat Off Attack In ope rase a patty of lloehe machine gmmem who had been overlooked by the mopping up parties emerg i ed from a concealed tunnel and ail talked the engineer parly attempting ! to bridge the *anal. The rfigineer of- [ hcer m rhaige look part of men and beat otf the attack and at tho j same time kept tho work of construe i Don soing without ^Interruption. The i brldgeA coiutrucleif were of all kmds, | pontoon, tre.-itle, hea\y pontoon and � heavy .steel bridged fot all iratlic A i remarkable recoid was made In the \ erection of two heavy steel bridges of ; 110 feet span under heavy fire. The material* vwre got on the sites at two in the afternoon and the approaches i we;e prepared ami the bridgo* erect- j ed and open for heavy work in 1-houra actual work. fly two in ihf afternoon Hired pew ' pumping iiifataltaiams imd t>eeii in ; stalled on captured Krouitd and suf- ! tlcient lioriie troughs to water T..O00 hot-b�-:� uii hour. All material;; were got forward to Die infantry and the ! positions gained constructed. About 1 three milea of tramways, were con- j atrueted and in iiperuttutt au.\ ofTcn for Public Sub�:ription the Victory 3:100,000,000. 5%% Gold f- .-.o intyr-f lioui N�n TuIht Lt, 191$, and offered in two maturifirs, the t holer of wh'u h is optional with ihf vrd,., ribrr a% follows: f> ihuui'i due Novrmbrr Ht, 19'j:t * I."* jrar Honds due Novnnbrr l-*t. UKi-l f*.i\.ihle wiliamt . Vi.\rv* u,r fp'te tt.�^.i. "t at thr '/% per Annum Vice fioni taxes--Including any income tax - Imposed In pursuance of legislation enacted by the Parliament of Canada. Tho proceeds of the Loan will be used for war purpose* only. Inciudlnft the purr It aft* of flraln. fnodatuffi, muuUloii.i and �thrr Mipplle*. und will be nprnt wholly in Canada. Payment lo lie m.idc J^ follow-.: In"*, on apph.ution; ^l', lamury �>h. 1010: 3Llo'( Marh f-'h, Thr l.w paymrnt of lil.D/ ( ovrn 30r^ i>aiance ol j�:ip.( ip.d and I I**' [ irpteieutiuj; accrued interest at ' �'. to dac id t h�* i c-(k * live u^taloicnt-*. from November Ul A tu!l h.ilf > ', intercut wdl he jm: 1 on Mav Lt, lOl'd, making the ( ovt of ihr Uondt 100 and inirrc->t. Suh>uiptions m.iv 1 c paid n� lull at the iiii'n.i :�pph a'tt at the i r.rnf .''!.�'., per .inotir.'- ^ i !m Loan adtlf tut! tai.h-i A. t �d ihr J'ashaiurnt of Canada, and txuh principal and interest air a t liarjje upon the i'onaol!-:rd Uevenu** Fund / 1 In* of this i^t;e i* S"00,000.(KX�, .iri ol the autount ^ub*. ribed in cv.-e** ul $300,000,0(11^ Iwtnd-i of tlil�* v,i!! t � ' 1 of I lit Wat, ol In ; \ hall : . .1 ;euion to Mjch i-vci*/ CloaverHion I*rivile|lrM in nni! of furure i^ttrs f.f IIIce maturity, or longer, nude bv the Government, tluring the tenuininff �.!;!c.i-!r a^t.' id, i-e aiceptcd M 100 and accrued interna, ai the equivalent of . fi . .iwMv m-.tahaenti. arc to 1m* made payable to the Credit of the Minittef of Puunfe. l:ailure to pay Any ,.i!.u'"nt wlivti doc \i dl m-ndi i picv �ou-� |m\ na-nt�� liaWe Pi forfeituie, *nd the allotment to *amtltation. Subscriptions must he accom-l;�o:ul by a deport of 10', �d tin* amount %ub�-crdw*d. Oihcul Canvat^e-r^ will forward sutfcc.iption* or any branch iu Canada of any Cliaiicud Hank w ill aiceni ^:d�-cription^ and i-i-^ue receipts. ^idM:> ma> be |ua) in fall at tune oi aopluation at 100 uitheut tntere-�t:air oa any instalment due tlate :bere�fter together w ,:h aci raed interest to tunc oi making |uymnu in Ijill. I nder iliia provuion, |uyntent ot aub�criptiona may be made a.* folio**;--- If paid iu lull on or brtore Nov. t(if It. I'.MS, jur uithout interest, or 100ci. M rrnuiniji,^ in>talutrni-i paid on Dec tith, I0LS, balance of *J0% ami tntetc-n, (190.48 per $100.) H remaining in^ialint-nth paid on |an t�;h, P.U0, balance of 70'T and intf-rest, ($70.HO jy-r $100.) K leiuainioj; iiiAtaln.eniB juid on Feb lirh, l�|0, batatice of .W ('; and interest, if *>L04 per $100.) If remaining nutahiu'Ut paid uu Mar. ii'.h, I'Jl'l, baUnve of H0(and iuteie^l, ($31.10 |>er $1(H>.J Denoniinatioii uiul Ke^iHtrntion 1 *.r In JV.iMT bund \%'u!i i u'jpon-, will he i-.-un-d ut deuoniiu4ta>t�ut S!�0 , $100 , $500., and $1,000., and may be registered as to principal. t k otipon a*.rat lied lo tlu-�e bt�nd-� \\M W due on Mav ht, i'.H'.l r- 4 $100,0*). i uiK i'-i;i-nrtd Uuiil.-*, the uurrc^t on uUIj ts i#.�id diie.-r io the ownei bv Crt�vernmept cheque, will l>e U�ued iu denoncnatioai $KKt, $;.0U , $1(U*K� , $ .ttHH�.. $10,000., $'J:*i1000.. Sst^OftO., $HH�.000.t or an? multiple �d Payment of Intercut A fall  *mi%> uiti-ir-t a! x.wv oi .r q \'^t annum will he p^i.l -May lit, 1019. Form of Ho ml and Delivery v \; 1 hub-a tibii s mu^t ojdicate mi t lie i r application tite form of bond and (he denominations required, ami the securities so indicated will l>* tl( livcieti by the hank upon paymrnt oj the miIjm i iption in fall. ^ Heaier bonds of tills i�ne will be avadahh tor tbliwiy at ilie time ul application to biibscrii>eis desirous of making payment in Houds resisteifd a^ to priucitMl only, or iuliv tei;i>trrcd M* to prim ipal arnl tittere^t, will im delivered to subscribers making pay meat in lull, .i^ :t)ott as thr i>v(iiire uit'iit ot all in. libers who desire to |uy by imuabnem?.. The*? receipts will be e\i lungeabl* at .iid>?�* filter b tunk lot boudn on any instalment da'e when &ub>criptioii is paid in full. Form of Bonds Interchangeable Subjc. t to the pa\ ment of 'J5 cent* for each new bond issued, holders of fully registered bonds without coupons, wilt ha\� the right to convert into bonds with coupon* and holders of 1 Hinds with cou|>ons will have the right to convert into lully registered bonds without coupons, at any time, on uppJication'to the Minister ot Finance or any Assistant Receiver General. Forms of application may be obtained from any O&cial Canvasser, from any Victory Loan Committee, or member thereof, or from any branch in Canada of any Chartered Hank. Suh�crii>e> oh or before November 10th. 1918 4 OErABTMhNT OF finance, Ottawa, Octobi-r 2Sih, 1DIS. jBehind the Gun the Man Behind the Man the Dollar Make Your Dollars Fight the Hun 1 � � r . r ^ > m-1 i 4t ;