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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - November 6, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 6. 191^ Xtiii' JLiilJiBMllJ^'i DAILY IUi,!iAL^',- MILITARY OOVERNOR OF NORTHERN PALESTINE Leniton, Mdv. 6.-Cot. ' E. A. Stanton, whoi aayv muoh mivIm In Egyptian campaigns and was eight yeai-a governor of Khar^: toum, will be military governor of northern Palestine. He waa military secretary to the Duke of Con-naught In Canada and in London occupied a position in the mini�-try of pensions. took oath of office. Paris, Nov. 6.-TUo new lOTerament of the JuKQ-8IoTAk�., took the oath of office yestqrdsy In. the cathedral at' Agram, accordinc. to Vleana Mivices. The president of the new government Is Josef Pogacntk, tormpr vfce-preai-dent of th^, Austrian lower house. The. Slovenian national aasembly has taken charge of the goverainent of Labach, Carnlola. . FLAGANOIWfl TKe AEOLIAN-VOCALIOH iWWM �A PHONOGRAPH so Kighly perfected as this one is a nacesfity in my Kome and ;9�u'''^- ^ "Many of my friendi at one time or another ha^e been interested in the talking machine. But I have noted that almost 'Without exce)5tion their interest has teen inclined to wane, somewhat, after the initial enthusiasm. "Th� TMSon *m not cUarly afip^rant to nw until I UatrA the A�>Si(n-Voalian. The inrtmmtnf (fjvrdiKl th� cl�i^in| com-puiion. " Wh�i I Iimk! the VocJipn I ramlixeJ that here watinipirintf, thiulingqueliCtl. Here munc that i9oulcl corfipel attention, that i^ouU be � fr*(h, ot full of interest at th^ unth plt:^tnt of the record at at the firjt. ^ "A phoTwgrapK � Ki|hly t$*tfact�J as tKii one It a rtecearit;^ in my home and yourff. For it hai a permanent inte/est  tnd -Jalue for all," THE AEOLIAN-VOCAUOM Wc.Cfioite you to coma fn antt ttti the ptrfeethn oftha Vncalhn musiorBpro-(ttictfona personally. You miiat try atno th� remarkabh Vooallon,tone eontrol (/ptj'ce-the Qraduola. This dcoice brings you all the an/oymeHt of musldlan-sfii.'i-^t/i'vca you the power to play mfththt toneaof all fnatramMzaand uoices WILLIS PIANO CO. H. C. C. Salmon, Manager Hull Block (Continued from Front Page.) fore fot- congratulations on splendid work In Lethbridgo. G. R. Marnoch. From Albei^ta Executive, A. G. BatiUm, Chairman victory I.oan, Lethbrldgo, Alberta. 'Lethbridge takes pride oC place in being first city in Alberta if not Dominion to earn honor flag and two crowns--and Lethbridge district of being first district to write up such handsome figures as youi* organiza-tlpn shows. Southern Alberta execu-tive send you and yourijvard working pplleaiguefl sincere congratulations and Treasurer Slitheriand'desires to compliment your secretary and stati: on clear rec6rds returned, wlilch indicate the same, perfect attention to detail that has carried nou so magnificently over the strenuous objective that was set. Wm. Toole, Chairman, G. R. Manioch, Vdce-Chairraan. From Chairman Taprell. A. G. Baalim, Hon. Chairman, Victory Loaji, Lethbridge, Alberta. My heartiest congratulations to you and your most ofticient co-workers for the magnificent showing you have made ia date. It is beyond our most sanguine expectations. I regret that through unavoidable circumstances that I have been unable to return to Lethbridge. I should bfe obliged to you it you would advise me of anything in which I can assist you in carrying on your campaign to a still greater finish. C. D. Taprell. ' Over Two Hundred Million. Toronto, Nov. 6.-Reports to tiie Victory Ivoan committee up to 1 p.m. today indicated that |210;593,600 of Canada's $500,000,000 objective had been subscribed. The returns by provinces up^to the hour mentioned were as fdllows; British Columblaj |ll,350,80q; Alberta, $6,563,250; Saskatchewan, $5,-314,150; Manitoba. $14,416,200) Montreal, $38,507,950; Toronto, $39,892,-000; Ontario (outside Toronto), $68,-,073,150; Quebec (outside Montreal), $8,652,400; New Brunswick, $4,300,000; Nova Scotia, $12,122,500; Prince Ed-vrard Island, $557,200; Grand total, $210,593,600. Dominion total last year, same period, x$213,726,ldo. Some of the large subscriptions at Hamilton to the Victory L6a;h were: Burlington Steel Company, $400,000; Canadian Cartridge Co., $200,000; Hamilton Bridge Works Company, $200,000; John McPherson Shoe Com-Ipany, $25,000. living room furniture bedroom furniture children's  ept. " draperies, crockery/ AWDEN ROS. 3R0 AVENU^ SOUTH, LETHBRIOOE, PHONE 626 oen& library furniture dining room furniture window ; Shades carpets linoleum Floor Coverings That Please whether it be a rug f^r the living or dining; j room, linoleum for the" kitchen, bedroom or bath, you will : find * what you are .looking ^ for and at prices that can't be beat. Mailed casualty lists today confirm the report that- Pte. William T. Oliver, son or ex-Mayor Oliver, was Wiled in action on October 11. He had been prevIouHly reported missing and then, hot mlssinK. Pte. Terjl Suda, a Ifuymonci Jap who enlisted at Lethbridge, bas been killed in action. Pte. Benjamin Carter, whose ino-thor, Mrs. �Caroline Flew, liveH at Grassy Lake, died of inriuonza on October-2S. Pte. Johu. Telfar KuUiertord, who enlisted at Lethbridge, and who had been reported misslnK is now classed as killed in action. His next of kin resides in Scotland. John Waldle, ot Fairviow, 13.C, who enlisted In the arliUery at Lethbridge in 191G, was,wounded on October 10. TO help ROUMANIA -^OBTAIN JUSTICE. . .W.ashlnBton, Noy. 6.-The United States QOvernment today promised to exert its influence on behalf of Boumanla in its effort to Secure justice of political and territorial rights at the final peace conference. SENA-^OR VERY ILL Ottawa, Nov. C.~Tlie condition of Senator A. Claude MnUonell, who is lying seriously ill at St. Luke's Hospital, was said at noon today to be slightly improved. The senator, it was state ostermoor mattresses have stood the test for over 60 years. Hand made, never gets lumpy, wlU not mat. o ( Price; REGUUR PRICE, 25c PER DOZEN THUF^bAY Two Dozen for phone 1224 .;..;..> .j. .5, .j. .> .;. ? ? ? IF WE RETURN ? > , . ? > : ^ * ? If wo return will England be Just Kngland still to you and me? The place where we must earn our bread? We who have walked among the dead, And watched the smile of agony. And seen the price ot Liberty. Which we have taken carelessly Prom other hand.�. Nay, we shali dread. It we return, Dread lest we hold biaod-guiltiiy The things that men have died to free. Oh, English fields shall blossom red For all the blood that has been shed By men whose guardians are we, It we return. -V. W. Harvey. > > ? > o �> >? ? ? .;. o PERSONAL * ; ? ? .> o Bennington is vLsiting in Kirkby & Co. ' ' 606 3rd AVE. SOUTH Canada Food Board License !; . Number Sr2386 PHONE 1627 Thii'Best Cough Svrup Is Home-made Bfartt'i an tasr woy to Mve �s, and ,3r�t haTO tlie best coueh remedy i yoo ever tried. You'to probably heard of this well-known plan of makiuK coug;h syrup. at iiomo. But have you ever used it? When you do, vou- will understand why thousands of fumilies, the world, over, feel thai; they could hardly keep libuso without it. It's simple and cheap, but tiie way it takes liold of a coukIi will quickly earn it a pei-manont place in your liome. Into a 16-oz. bottle, pour 2V(.' ounces of Pinex (60 cents wqj-th); thqn add plain granulated sugar syrup to fill up the bottle. Or, if desired, use clarified molasses, honev, or corn syrup, instead of sugar syrup. Either way, it .tastes Rood; never s|Joils, aniffives you 16 ounces or betteiLCouch: remedy, than, you could buy ready-mnde for ftve times its cost. It is really woiiderful how quickly this home-made remedy conquers a coiish- usually in 24 hours or less. It seems to ponetirate throutfh every air passajre, loosens a dry, hoarse or tisht couffh, lifts the phlegin, heals the membranes, and gives almost immediate rslief. Splendid for throat tickle, hoarsSiess, croup, bronchitis and bronchial asthma. Pinex is a highly concentrated compound of genuine Norway pine extract, and has bqen used for eenerations for ihroa-ti and' chest ailments. , fAvald"diaattfie*nttnent-.by tsking your dtU(0(kMai?�ci4^n v >> *  � * � , , i-:''-.-^'* � :_ > ?j� Now^that 'tlie 'fresh sufnmer vegetables are pothing bui a pleasant memory, thewoinan in the home is turning ber\a,ttBntton to tiie winter variety .now safely 'stored iif the cellar. To ipakp, v^getiiijja^.;chowder, take: ,., ,4pW^toeB.y^ijCftrrots, 3 onions, 1 pint caQn�((i ;|i)jmaiJ!�^v:2' '^'''^^P^'oos ^at,' 3 1 evel� tibies'pcionif'flour substitute, 2 cups sl^lm' milk, 2 teaspoons salt. Cut potatoes and carrots in small pieces. Add enough water to cover and cook tor 20 minutes. Do not drain off the water. Brown the chopped onion in the fat for five minutes." Add tills and the tomatoes to the veget-ables. IHeat to boiling point, Add two cups ot skim milk and thicken with fldur substitute. ' * � * ? ? ? ? ? ? ? > > ? 2.50 No. A 18. Tooth brush, tooth paste, combination willel containing knife, fork, spooii and can opener, stick n r a sbRving soap.......�i�Ov No. C 18, 1 tin jam, 1 tin Curried Prawns, 1 tin Spaghetti and Cheese, 1 tin Sardines, % lb. Chocolates............... No. M 18, 1 pair Khaki Wool Sox, T, Khaki Handkerchiefs, 1 Khaki Wool..... n r a Scarf ....... .....\ .6�uU No. Aniex 317: 1 Harrod'a Cake in tin, 1 lb. Red Currant Jelly; V2 ' lb.  Taffy, 1 lb. Chocolate ........ No, L 18: 1 ifarrod's Caico, 1 lb. Candies, 4 pkts. Chewing Gum, 1 tin Red Currant Jelly. 1 tin Fruit, 1 tin Bloater Paste, 1 tin Sardines, t* aa V2 Chocolate 9*UU No. Amex 314: 1 ib. Candy. 1 lb. Red Currant .Telly, 1 packet oat- , * cakes;.......... No. Amex, 316: i . Ih: Plum ,Tam, 1 lb. Chocolates, 1 tin . Biscuits, 'A 11^Salted Peanuts. Wal- 2.00 3.00 No. Amex 309.1 lb. nut Chocolate, 1 lb. Jersey CaranielB. No Amex 310; 1 lb. Chocolate Dates, % lb. Salted Peanuts, 1 lb. Caramel,Toffee, 5 pkts. Chewing gum. .,.......... iVo. Amex 325: 1 pkt. Clemak'-Blades, 1 ^having Stick, 1 cake Toilet Soap, 1 Face Cloth, 1 Tooth Brush, | aa" 1 tube Dental Cream, l.tfv No. Amex,333: ,1 doz. Gillette :. Blades, Shaving Stick, 1 ' Cake Toilet Soap, 1 . Face Cloth. 1 Tooth Brush, 1 Tube Dental � or* Cream.............. ^.fip No. Amex 319: 1 lb. Mixed. Candy, 1 lb. Chocolate, G pkts. � Chewing Gum, 1 lb. Jam, 1 � lb. Red Currant Jelly, 1 Har-rod's Cake in tin, 1  u a a tin Marie Biscuits -.. O.UU PLEASE NOTE-It is necessary for Oversea* Parcelt to be mailed by the middle of November In order to ensure delivery by Xma*. Order* for the above mutt be left at Manager'* 400 1.50 SENT PI^EPAIO from our LOCAL branch HAMPER No. i 2 packets Biscuits. 2 Gurn, 1 Sardines, 1 Fruit-pineapple, 1 Potted l^eat, 1.Dates, 1 Imperial Tobacco, 1 Soap. ' Prepaid to France ... ............ $2122 Prepaid to Eigland....... . , $2;44 \ weight, 41/4 pounds. �, HAMPER No. 2 . ; 1 tin Oxp Cubes; 1 lb. Fancy Biscuits, % lb. H, B. fehocolate, 2 tins Sardines, 1 Bloat4r Paste, 1 pair Towels/l'lSott'E,LUe-buoy. 1 tin Cigarettes. ^ Prepaid to France ;............. , $3,54 Prepaid to England .. . ,..$179 �' Weight, 4%"pounds. ' -'5, HAMPERNo.3 "1 tin Oxo Cubes, 1 lb. Fancy Biscuits, Yz ib. H. B. Chocolates, 2 tins Sardines, ;1 Pineapple, 3 Candles, No. .gj l.palr^iTpw.eltt, 1 Soap, 'i pidyers Cigarettes, 1 pair Socks (wool)/ 2 Handke.rchlet� (khaki). i , ' > Prepaid to France .. ^..... . . . .* $4.39 Prepaid to Eoffland............. ... $4.76 " Weight, 5% pounds. HAMPER No. 4 1 packet Biscuits, 1 tin Sardines, 3 Candles No. 12, 1 Soap, 1 Bloater Paste, 1 packet Cowans Chocolate,'! Gum, 1 tin Cigarettes, 1 tin Imperial Tobacco, 1 packet Dates, 1 tin Fruit, 1 pair Wool jGloyes, 1 ig.sir Wool .Sox,.,.! Rajj^^ fjoji^jer'? "Mirror.' ''T''",' i''.;,' I' -'^l,^^', ' - ,'i;, Prepaid to France . ..... 77 $5.82 Prepaid to England ... .....$6.25 Weight, 6^ pounds. , SMOKER'S HAMPER 5 Imperial Mixture, 1 Pipe, 25 Rol Tan qigars, 1 Old Chum-half pound tin, 1 packet Turkish Cigarettes. Weight, 2% pounds. Prepaid to France Prepaid to England $4.99 $5.02 Look over Pa^esJ8an(^ 4^g/br ner^s to yot^ d4v$fMa^e sures Act. -Nothing definite has transpired at the- capital iiu regard to cabinet, re-.; construction, despite 'the many "re- ports to the contrary. It can be def|n|! Itely stated that this matter,has vioi\ as yet engaged the attention of th* prime minister, 1 S �* , OUR POLICY COVERS ALL SICKNESS PAYS yif.EEKLY INDEMNITY*,. MAKES PROVISION FOR HOSPITAL EXPENSES IT 18 THE MOSTLiBERAL POLICY vi)U CAN BUY A "MINIMAX" BEATS ALL OTHERS J J $25.00 Weekly for jdll Si^ess Select and Preferred ClaM*� 124,00 per,.iye>r with"''j(r1?{> tPUM* GUARDIAN IN^JRAMCE Co. 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