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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - November 7, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 7, 1918 THE LETIIBniDGE Dv�:.Y 11EPALD PAGE SEVEN *  > AN OPEN LETTER TO THE ? * TELEPHONE OPERATORS ? * . : > ? : > ? ! faithful and enduring service lnMug remieiod. Alberta 4%, being the rate the bonds bear. Wherever possible, the bonds will be held for safe-keeping, on behalf of small subscribers, for one year, without charge. THE CANADIAN BANK OF COMMERCE VICTORY BONDS An Investment Recommended By Every Bank In Canada Tha only real diff�r�ne� batwaaa twenty SS Government bill* and  1100 Victory Bond is, that the Victory Bond paya inUreat Tna-aaeurity la exactly the �am*. Behind both bills and hood aia tho total resource! of the Dominion. Leaving all sentiment aiide, it would he impoaaiMo to And a moro deairabla investment than the new Victory Bond*. TH? MERCHANTS BANK Head OfHca: Montreal. OF CAM ADA *�tablieho� lit*. LB1HBR1DGB BRANCH, . . R, J. DINNING, Makstfer. MONARCH BRANCH,  V. A. BBRRLY, AeiieJ Manner. NOBLBPORD BRANCH.  M. A. KILPATRICK, Actia, �.a*a|�r. Provincial Order Causes Comment-Municipal Authorities Can Act Only Sixty-Six Poisons Applied To Be Added lo (he Voter*' Li Hi With 21 new lioiiRCi placed under Quarantine for I ho Influenza on Wednesday, and nliont 10 rolcmed from quarantine. the local '(Hi situation Hhows Utile niRiis of any serionii increase. In fact the. niudirul authori-tiflH nre ratlin- well mitlsfled witli the sltuntlon in the city, ami believe Unit tho worst lulu been passed. At. the present time, there are two serious o.aion wliore pnnumnni� lins hBcn devclopd. but duriiiB the pn^t ^4 hours no fatallttOR have been reported Chief lntnrcst today centres on the provincial government order 'IosIiik (lie atores till 12.30 nor. emh day commencing Friday until a week from Saturday. The order was received by the cits- police who ivero naked to inform tho merchant*. The Keneral imprex Rlon among Hie merchants was that. ho far as Leihlirlrig'i is conceilied, the | ordor tti not needed, and is therefore ; ridiculous. However, some of the j merchants when seen by the Herald reported that they were willing to do iinythitiR in their power to help combat the, epidemic, and if tho order were enforced they would not flpht II. However on the whole the local men-hauls are Inclined to combat the order so far an LelhbridKe kock. "it may be tH'ci't- , sary in (.'algory and Kdmonton. but it ; is not nccesHtiry here,'* said one. ; More complete explanation of tin- ! order rnctlvf4d by wire from Kilmontnn by tho Herald at noon indicnted that i the ordor could ha repealed in any city j by a resolution of the city council. I President Wawden of the Retail Men | vhanta' Association when informed of . Ibis provision indicated that the men ; cliantu would likely meet, the city J council and tho local health hoard to: dlscuds the problem, and a decision I will bo arrived at then. The meeting ! will likely be held during t'nc afternoon. The C V. Tt. reports that they still hnvo about HO men off work on this division on account of the 'flu. I'oalhurst mlnlnR camp Is still in a had way, but tit Commerce there nre only about 15 men of the inlnlnp, cump not working. At No. :i and No. � there does not appear to be any (treat j Increase. I The post ollire staff has only two .off work today. At the worst they bud i only six off duty. The work of the or I flc�> Is somewhat tmhin! as a result '.but Acting Postmaster Sargent stutes i today that they nre catchinc up. Tho mask order Is musing quite a | commotion. This morning three, ap . pnared before Muglstrato Irwin in the j A. I�. P. court atnl were, lined $1 und , ii>#t� for not having their masks on ; A couple of these cases occurred In I the rotunda of the Alexandra Hotel Today Chief Hardy was busy serving sunimoiiM on 15 more who will appear i tomorrow. If the number of .mj tenants for the ri�)i: to Docember municipal and Hons Is to be taken a? of the Interest of lh�!:-i afternoon when the i>. . of the voters' list \vn - h I council chambers. Tin. I by f'liy Clerk Duff � nn of 74 names, of whom i�'i'ty owners whose nan been placed on the > n the remaining 60 we..-(. aro required to mak' iiually lo lie placed on t 74 nmnos ten were tinmen who desire to exep iclpal franchise. "It is my opinion ii-,'i',nln ny vote at Hie pchool elec-anv c.i iterlou opi,- of l.eth-�ipul. that in (1 "d population ina lid made i the voters' �;. Wednesday i �� of revision �id in 'hi' city is-' �iitiinitted .�ini'd a total '. ere prop-had not list, and rini.n. who iplicaiion anil list. Of the itimi'i of wn s" tlieir mini- Mid Mavor i n, Hardie, "that, every man and woman in the city over L'l years of nKe should | have a vote, on municipal matters, with i the exception of money bylawK. But i 1 would make one exception: tho faxes i on tile property on which either tenant., or owner desires Hi" vote rails', he j paid for tile current year. N'o (axe*, no vote. This might, appear to work a. | hardship on the tenant, hut there is no' reason why ttie tenant shoud not lie j allowed to pay bis rcr>' in to the .-iiy j until the taxes on Hi" property be i: i IeasiiiK have been paid, and then his 't~s. i>. dend. Winnipeg i FOR THE SOLDIER OOYS IN FRANCE SOMETHING TO SMOKE? CALL ON U8 AND LET US SHOW YOU THE IDEAL GIFTS FOR THE FRONT. Cigarettes, all sized packages and prices. Cigars, boxes of 10, 25, 50 and 100. Pipes, the greatest stock in the city to choose from. Tobaccos, every kind and all sized packets. We hs-.p ^11 the above packets in hampers ready for mailing. Thi* will tave you the trouble of packing. SEE OUR WINDOWS. THE ELITE CIGAR STORE 320 FIFTH STREET SOUTH lllll'l IWWHW-I---- // Germany Accepts- p Statutt (Crtrr The little red ant � �  Is a model Insect.    Ko 'lis H�((l.    He works all day   . Tuggiuf at thins*    Bigger than himself    And drags Ihem horn-    r'or future keep    But the biig-eiperu   � Hay tome nuts   � Hs.�e little senao:    That old King Holomon.   * Was a nature fakir � * > When he praised all anth   * Home lug home junk �   Of no uee to them �  � Or any oilier ant �   TU� fool kind of au:  *  Is like the man �   Who wastea his mone>   � On uicleas things   � When lie can buy  � * Victory Bonds'.    Which kind of an ant    D�crluw your case?    It'* Important to know    Juat now! SOME CASUALTIES Ottawa, Nov. 7.-Today's casualty list included the following western men and officer*: Infantry Killed in Action: W. 11 Mutuby. Cordova, Alanka; J. W. McMullwi, Vaucouvor; T. It. Wataon, Sharpe-wood, Alta. Died of Wounda: M. B. Andrews. Fort Qeori�, B. <:. Died: Sergt. j. Lor*, Kdiuontou; J. Bruueau. V��revlH% Alta.: W. J. Patterson, Victoria. Wounded and Mtaaing: A. 1. Curia-toph�rsou, Wii'innock. DC; i.. II. Utuadhtad,- VamMMtvei'. Before this is in type Germany may have accepted the Allies terms of armistice. But, that would not mean that the Victory Loan would no* be needed. Canada will still need the Victory Loan when fighting ceases, just as she has needed the money to carry on the war. After fighting ceases it will cost hundreds of millions of dollars to maintain Canada s soldiers until they can be demobilized. Canada may have lo keep her quota of men in occupied enemy territory. Canada will have to transport her army home. For some time to come Canada must continue to finance the supply of foodstuffs for Britain and her Allies on credit. War or no war, Canada must continue to finance her ship" building program to replace lost tonnage and to establish and maintain her proper place in the sea-carrying commerce of the world. All this will have to be financed through the Victory Loan, 1918. Whether or not Germany accepts the Allies' terms, the Victory Loan, 1918, must be subscribed and over-subscribed. Nothing less than this will enable Canada to complete her war effort and to maintain her agricultural and industrial prosperity. Remember, this may be your last chance to buy Canadian government bonds bearing five and one-half per cent interest. So Buy Victory Bonds and Buy More and More Bonds 1104 ;