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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - November 6, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 6, 1018 'till', A..LL HHHIDGt; DAILY i I�.-.'. iAL.;.- MILITARY GOVERNOR OF NORTHERN PALE8TINE London, Nov. 6.-Col. E. A. Stanton, whoi �aw muoh service In Egyptian campaign* and was eight yea,'s governor of Khartoum, will he military governor of northern Palestine. Ho was military socrotary to the Duke of Con-naught in Canada and in London occupied a pooitlon in the ministry of pensions. PAGE ELEVEN TOOK OATH OF OFFICE. Paris, Nov. 6.-Tho now government of tlio Jugo-RlovalCR took the, oath of office yostorday In the cathodral at AKram, according to Vienna advices. The. prosidont of the new govemuienl Is Josef I'oKAcnlk, former vice-president of tlio Aimtrlan lower house. The Slovenian mvtlonii'. siiinombly has taken charge of the Kovernnioul of Labach, Oarnlola. FLAG AND II PIE OLIVER'S DEATH f oKe AEOLIAN -VOCALION APHONOGRAPH 50 highly perfected ns this one is n necessity in my home nnd $ours. > "Mnny of my friondi ot one time or another ha^c been interested in the tnlkintf machine. But I hnve noted that nlinost Without exception their interest has been inclined to wane, somewhat, ofter the initial enthusiasm. "The fttion Vii not clearly �pp�r�nt to rji# untili Konnrd th* a#oli�n*Vocation. The v: and erf 11I full rich tone of tnu imtrr.msmt uffordiicl thr cltrifping companion. "WK�n i liwf,niph lo highly perfected thti one i�e rtacfffit^ in my J�cmo*m WILLIS PIANO CO. H. C. C. Salmon, Manager Hull Block (Continued train l'Yont l'ii(;e.) fore for congratulations on splendid work In IjCithhrldgc. te. Ilcnjnmin (' jfhor. Mrs. Caroline Ornsily Lake, died I October 2fi. I I'te. John Tulfar five send you and your hard working emn.sted at, Luthbrid colleagues sincere congratulations ! |,,0M reported mis d and Treasurer Sutherland desires to!;lj, itui()(| jp action, compliment your secretary ,'inil staff j n.aidcs In Scotland on clear records returned, which in- : .John Waldle. of i , dlcate the same perfect attention to j ,.:iliBleil in the anil: detail that has carried son so lnaKiii ffcently over the sirciiuotis- objective that, was set. I Wm. Toole, Chairman. I (!. II. Murnoch, Vice-Chairniau. I From Chairman Taprell. I A. (J. Daalim, | Hon. Chairman. Victory Loan. ladii : bridKe. Albert.1. I My heartiest congratulations lo you 1 and your most, efficient co-worker* | for the magnificent showing you have ; made to date. It is beyond our most ! sanguine expectation*. 1 rei;iet. thai ' through unavoidable circiitusi.ancc-. ; that I liuve been unable to return to LethbridRr. I should be obliged to I you if >'iti would advise me of any. ; thing in which 1 can assist yon in carrying on your campaign to a -'ill ' greater finish. C. I). Taprell. j Over Two Hundred Million. | Toronto. Nov. 1',. - iieports to the Victory Loan committee up to 1 p.m. today Indicated that $Jin,ri!'::.i'>(ie of Canada's $500,00o,n'm objective had been aubscrlhed. Tho returns by provinces unjo "lav '.Mil la 111 Oliver, tober 11. porii'd ml oiif Inn r. 1)11- w:i s He sing PHONH 12Z4 IF WE RETURN 1 -u 1 any definite stale;,, to whether he ai/i present indications VCHY ILL Miss Mr. his Mrs MeliniilKtlill C. V ln,o home in ey is jli w nil the 1 il> 111ii j.' illtl.leil/a J. I' Irwin her home in Mar nrne I lis Men pr-i it of M the lip f07.yniv, Toronto, $:::>,sua,. 000; Ontario 1 outside Toronto i, $'!S'.-!iT:'.,liJ0; Quobec loutBide Montnali. fS,(iu-',400; .New Hrtinswick, $4,.1110,000; Nova Scotia. $1-J.12-J,500; Prince Kd-v.ard Inland, $."iri7.L'bt>: Orand total. $210,-)93,fiOO. Ufimlnlon total last yoar, same jierlod, $2i:;,7Jt;,]0n. 111 it. made as not. but lopt'flll. ih; to l'i 11 s. to: tie". 1 lihridre. i- in nigh on hi, way liritiili Honduras THE BEST \'IN8UPANCE POLICY." : | t 1.. frotu W. Downer visiting at rciMdul.l of e|t\. passim; in \'aie ouvev ret in neil he roiet Soaie of the large subscriptlon^ at Hamilton to the Victory Loan were. Burlington Steel Company, $4t�',niti; Canadian Cartridge Co., Sl'tnuaei; Hamilton Hridge Works Company, 200.000; John Mc.Pherson Shoe C;on-pany, |25.ono. If >nil insure you: '. I yon have to pay ,1 ; is insuring for all : . ' liberty, our righi ; lives. To pay th,> it she needs $."ai0.ueeja , that, amount by n a; 1 Loan. She does not 1 your proportion of ' outright, as she very does she auk you to Hon to her wlthoir 1 j art she fairly intrV I No, she promise- !,, p,^ yon [ per cent on every dollar you itr. � ' i.- \ ,.nr nnuse " 111 i it in. Caii'idu our safety, our live, our very lraiice prf-tiiinni She is racing 1 1-of the Victory ! ur" ajk you to pay , (>nt at Jane.mill,(i'hI j .ell might. Nor nil your propor-eeiVin;: i!i'. 1 -r  t Mis. Frank Worrell, who ha" been idling Mrs. Hessel at Hlackle and :.;�r at Lethhridgc, is in Calgary and �i the guest of Mr*. W. H Ileal lietids of Mls.i I.. 1 111 hear tha' sh'1 time 'atiieroti will 1  s ill at tile pre. in Wotd was received by Mrs. K. Col-Her delay that her sou in France, W. W. Collier hn* been pro-moled to llotnhardiej-. Also another son who Ins been iii F.nglnnd on slcl, I'.MVe. has been sent to Siberia LIVING ROOM FURNITURE BEDROOM FURNITURE CHILDREN'S  EPT. DRAPERIES CROCKE'RY AWDEN ROS. 3RD AVENUE SOUTH, LETHBRIDOE PHONE 625 DEN A LIBRARY FURNITURE DINING ROOM FURNITURE WINDOW SHADES CARPETS LINOLEUM Floor Coverings That Please whether it be a rug for the living or dining room, linoleum for the kitchen, bedroom or bath, you will find what you are looking for and at prices that can't be beat. Buy VICTORY Bonds SCOTCH INLAID LINOLEUM Only 11 few rolls left ot this and still ul tbo same price. Per lineal yard, $4.50 SCOTCH PRINTED LINOLEUM A large range of patterns and colorings ' select from, good heavy .weight. Per lineal yard, $2.25 to $2.75 FLOOR OILCLOTH (,'ood- heavy iiuallty In matting, ilorul ami conventional designs. Per lineal yard, $1.75 GRASS RUGS The -Crux rug, best Ki'aHH rug made for any iiko. Only a few of tlieao left at leas than factory cost. All hIzch. COCOA MATS (iood quality, heavy brush cocoa units, just nothing to keep tho mud out. 14x24............$1.75 15x26............$2.25 18x30, with scraper attached............ $2.75 HEAVY STEEL MATS 18x30...............$3.25 COCOA RUGS Clone weave with painted borders hi greens, and browns. Splendid for hull or kitchen, two alien. 41/ix7i/2, Special.........$5.50 6x9, Special............$8.85 SANITARY BEDDING All our Mattresses are made from clean, selected materials. MATTRESSES with curled wood fibre filling, ktpvered on both Hides, with cotton felt Heavy roll otlgo with good ((tiallty ticking. 4-0 and 4-ti. J'rlcu 10.00 MATTRESSES, tlio "built up" Hind. Made of curded /Ctotton felt, layer upon kj*r. thap doing away with bttRips UaU�w�. Absuiatflly pure with goo4 quality fovcrlng. 1-0 and %m a* ML Prlco............ 11 .UV OSTERMOOR MATTRESSES have stood tho test for over 60 years. Hand mado, never gets lumpy, will not mat. Price ........ 25.00 Victory Ilonils. and .�ho self--all Canada- a* return of your moiv � ;,j ever hear of a .-a'er .inn''.' Don'1 delay a n:;nui Buy Vli tory HomN to the your cash ami rri'd". Iluy given you Inr | eurlty lor the full. Did you plan of Ittsiir ft � 11.';'" limit of TO-DAY! CHURCHES AND SOCIETIES ? Th. al ! V.aS t he i o Ua\>- belt 11 .' Amlllatv Voids win. keep their mouth.' .-but may pass for w l.e- m.ui. ;  ' Mary'... . li.inii. has be.-n d 111'll the rjliib till' i � OVer post | Kirkby's Special For Thursday Paskins REGULAR PRICE, 25c PER DOZEN THURSDAY Two Dozen for (>:>.-torn ,'or i\s!emati. g.ving lot Kiin\ churcli l.eti.s all are a"i,.il to make th.-ir return-, Ioii.oitow alte, ii.ion from :'. to '.\ 'n t'o. schiud room o: the .-hur.-li , : �: : : : : POOD BOARD FLASHES > C * .s .;. .;. * ^ .:. * Now 1:1.1: the De-h summer v.-ect ahl.-s ale nothing but a plea*ant uicm- on tile V. email in 111" homo Is til'.'Mlllg he.'- a Jinn lion to the winter variety nou .,!�!> :.t(ireil in tile cellar. To im-ki vegetable chowder, take: t potatoes, .'! cllrrot^ .1 onions, 1 ldui i anioid totuatooa, 2 tablespoons tat, a i'vel lablc.^i noun flour Huhiitllule, 2 . '!]! slttai milk. 2 leaspooint salt. Cut potatoi". and carrots lu Mu.ill pie,-,-i .\iiii enough water to cover ie..| cm); for 20 Piiliuieie Do not drain of. tn,i w.ii-:. hiiinti 'lie cliopped onion in toe fat for tivo minuter. Add ibis mui th,. tomatoes to the ve^et-I'bltM Heat to lioUidK point. Add two i up* of skim milk and thicken with ttottr substitute Kirkby & Co. 606 3rd AVE. SOUTH Canada feed Board License Number -2386 WAR AND THE SUGAR BOWL  I Particulars of Our hrerseas Parcels for Christmas PHONE 1627 i The Beet Cough Syrup la Home-made nwd'i an �si�y way tn nave .ml /el have the l>r�l iniujh reuirtl/ }uu over trli-.l. YonVo �prr.'i.ililv ot ibis will Uiinwu plan oi making coiiyli s.viui. .it lionie. ltul lm\e Mill cwr iiM-d it r \Vln n Von m: "ill understand \i h.v tlnai--.and* of l..milbs. the unrl.l hut, id'1 that- they could baldly k.rp Iioum- uitl. out it. It's simple and cheap, but the way it takes held ol' a eolith will v �skint' vour ilriiKRist for v**k -uncca of l'iuex" "with full direolions, and don't accept anv-iliinp (!sc. Ouaranteid to give absolute satisfaction or uioney promptly refunded, '.Vm Vinvx Co..'-,JU N'o c iv, I tin jam 1 tin Curried I'riiwiis, I ijn Spa Klietti mid Cheese. I tin Sardines, lb. Choco-i ........... N N'o. Amex :: IH I Hi 1'lum �lam. 1 lb Chocolates, I tin Biscuit*. lb. Halted I'eanuts........ ."so. A to ex .do!',! lb. Walnut Chocolate. 1 .lersey C.'.tanie!", 2.50 >. Wal- 2.00 2.50 M Is. I pair Kliai.i Woo! Sox. *. Khuki liandk'-r, hie I Khaki Wool 2.50 4.00 No Amox :'.)?: I llarrod'c t'ako in tin. 1 lb Red Cui rant .lellv, ' u Hi, Tnff\, I lb. Chinee late ........... So. 1. iy I llatTod's Cake i |h Candies. 1 pl;ts. , pound'. HAMPER No. 4 I pac *.-Married at Hat- , tlcl'ord, Sask., about a week ago. II. i I i.. ilalvoursen, a younK farmer of ; jlhal vicinity, came to Vancouver on' (his 'aoiieymoon, contracted ittflueiua ! land died at the King Vdward Kuiei ! JKency Hospital yesterday. ; 10 MEET EARLY IN NEW YEAR Ottawa, Nov. ti.--That parlianieiit is almost certain to inee.V in January or in l.'cbruary, at tho lutest, no matter what tho developments in regard to peace may bo, is the goneral impression in the best informetj circles at (ho capital. Tho desirability Ot parliament moollUK before u treaty of pcaco is actually signed is obvious because ot tile number of matters which have been dealt with uuiior the War Mea- OUR POLICY COVERS ALL SICKNESS PAY8 WEEKLY INDEMNITY MAKES PROVISION FOR HOSPITAL EXPENSES IT IS THE MOST LIBERAL POLICY YOU CAN �UY A "MINIMAX" BEATS ALL OTHERS \ / $25.00 Weekly for all Sickness Select ana- Preferred Clatcts 124.00 per year .vith a 10fo Sonus GUARDIAN INSURANCE Co. OF CANADA All Pohcie* Guaranteed by CuardtaM Atsurenee C�, of Uonrfen, Eng. W. A. LEVITT, AGENT ROOM 8, 3TAFFORO �LOCK PHONES 117-� 57 50 ;