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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - November 8, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta FRIDAY. NOVEMBER 8, 1918 THE LETHBnmc.E DAILY T.r-ttALD PAGE SEVEN Honor Flags VICTORY LOA N.....).. ..Geo T The following la the Hat of Victory Loan honor flago won In Southern Alberta: BAS8AN0-Flag and crown. CFIOBSFIELD-Flag and crown. JENNER-Klag, asven crowni. CLARESHOLM, flao and three crowns.* MAGRATH -Flag and five crowna. , CALGARY-Flag, one crown. OKOTOKS-Flag. BOW ISLAND-Flag. HANNA-Flag. HIGH RIVER-Flag. COMMERCE-Flag. REDCLIFFE-Flag and crown. BLACKIE-Flag. LETHDRIDOE-Flag and two Crown? BRANT-Flag, three crowna. COLEMAN-Flag, three crowna. BLAIRMORE-Flag, one crown. HALKIRK-Flag and crown. MONITOR-Flag. CASTOR-Flag. CO A LOA LE-Flag. CARMANGAY-Fl�g. N ANTON-Flag. FRANK-Flag. , Lethbridge Looks For Another Crown Tonight \ -�-� LeflibridBe Victory Loan ilrivt'i'f, after beiiiR somewhat, disorganized on Thursday ,!1h u result, of tHe peace news, steadied info their stride again this morning and Chairman Baalim announced that he expected nothing else than thai nnolhcr crown for � 25 per cent, oversubscription would he added to the honor flag tonight. The following figures best, tell the progress of Hie Victory Loan armies tlilc, week: 0 On Mondny evening.....$358,800 On Tuesday evening..... fi80,850 On Wednesday evening .. 712,SOo On Thursday cvenjng .... 7.'l8,7f>o This shown a very steady gain, with the three-nuarler million mark In sight for today. At $7r>0.000 Leth-hrldge would have* 25 per cent, nwr-mih.icrlptIon which would entitle it in its third crown on the honor flat; now flying at headquarters In the Southard Mock. Coaldale Ikih followed Commerce as the second pnrl of the Lethbrldgo district, to gel Its honor flag. The Coal- thing lHll. success, Imi behind lite cess Is a story of devotion and may please, and u!l straggler: will tlieu on rounded up. Meantime many people are coming voluntarily to the Victory Loan headquarters and each day between tfiOOO anil $7u0n i-; subscribed In thai. way. Nearing $300,000,000. Toronto. Nov. .N. --The following f)o mlnlnn summary nf the Victory Loan. 1IU8. up to 11 a.m. Friday, indlcaled u total cf $2fi!U!12,:',00 fm- all Canada. Total* by provinces are an follows. Toronto, $47,964,1:0(1; Ontario, outside ' Adams. Thin came u of Toronto, |S3f�68.o:.(�: Hritisit Col - i Ion. and .surround!))): iimhia, $12,!I22,850; Alberta. $S.27'.l,(iOu: i M�lvln's dtt:trict Saskatchewan. $fi,orS4.!i5ii; Manitoba, I Creek-Claresholm. -t $17,722,150; Montreal. *ii(l,!u>I.IHiO: niral districts. ;,i Quebec, outside 0r Montreal, $ 11.201.-1 returns lia� >� -ii grand total for .-''nrv $6,7!M,000. Two divisions . their objectives ami ;i further records, ii.imei Puss division nude;- 1>J*-. Another $!)0.00n rum. ltlver-Vulcau-Okotol.!. mill Til : li V11h>i i :i ! i.::.-.,.|> ,,,.s.ic . j'.oini: on for I > i'lnw-' Xcsl iiiiriuanship of '.ilnary city un- I'. Mc'.iuei'ii. ,i; " now close- RED FLAG HOISTED. London, Nov. 8.-Sonderburg, a .Prussian town in Sehleiwig, 13 miles northeaat of Flentburg, is in the hands of the revolutionar- ies, according to a dispatch from Copenhagen to the Exchange Tele-�raph Company. The red flag has been hoisted on the ships there ,,100: !>rlnee Nil ward Dominion grand in- va Holla. $ 13.91 Inland. $7::!i.6.",tl tai, $i!tiy.-�!)2,:ino. Working Under Difficulties. Calgary. Nov. S.-Some idea of Hie difficulty under which the Victory Loan campaign is being carried on in indicated by the experience of one M i Victu-ry Loan Publicity Commit-i tee Has Some Terse Phrases For Bond Campaign ... _ i race for third placo has narrow- Til PllAV TUL lllinKlLv 1,1 mnv" '""'ween Nobleford and Coal-Ill III 111 A I til" IVIIIIir 1 |"orst aml hol'> Places uio determined IV UUn/\ MIL IIIUI11.I [now to PC.'nr.- the flaK thh week if i possible. " " ; Many local flints have milled honor ! emblems to their window decorations* I during Hie. past 24 bourn. The nainea [follow: llawden furniture Co., the. | UN.W.M.I'., Alocandrn Hotel, the j Hudaon'K Hay Co., Meeker * Yatea, iTeeple * Co.. No. 2 Flrehnll and the There's many a campaign won with .standard Dank, north branch, n Kood tlonran. It requlreB n Hlogan- I The race for the place of honor for or nomethlnK-to Ret under the Hkin | percentage of population in the suh-of The Man Who Ooenift Caro or The m-rlbera' column In now on. Chairman TiKht Wad. In the 1H18 Victory Loan Haiillm expacta noon to turn loose all campalKii there i� tin dearth of eff�rt-,n(s cativafRern to work wherever they ivc sloKaiis. The Dominion Publicity j _' Committee has hocii to that part of the, campalKn. The whole Dominion will; he plnstnred over with terse phrase* and puiiKont Heiitencns. commnndiHpr. j , lmplorlnp. beHnerhliiK, cajolinK everybody to net Into the swim anil buy Victory HondB. Talk about, a campaign of "frlRhtfulncss" the Dominion Publicity Committee hap hit the Idea with It* Mogans-Its banner* and ntrenmern Its acreain linen. For 'instance: "Stop! Look'.'. Tjioh-' *n!!! Buy Victory Honda." The Keutle-j man who rendu thai appeal hua aceu : columns of fljurcM detallliiR the rout! of thn war and the nhaolute ne.cnsaity of providing money to carry on with, hut he hasn't made up his mind to aep arete himself fiom his nionuy. He loosen*. Ho In bound to Hfter that. And liero is another that should riuue the , liosltutlnK person to hurry nlon* with li!s Hiibsrrlptlou: "Yours not tti 1> and Ulu. Yours but to tie and Huy - , Victory Bonds." Another. "ShekeU fori Krepdom-or Shacklen for Serfs! IJuv Victory Honda." The whole thlnar fn h' nutshell. Hettwr than colunimi of arRU-i ment and reanon. We read alto "Help. Take the Helm from Wllhelm. Huy ] Victory llonds!" "Save for Voui'j Country-or Slave for the Hun! Huy I Victory Honda.' Another sermon In n aentonce: "TJie Kaiser Hopes You j Wont'-Huy Victory Donds." Then we| have s>om-* crisp urKumenis in or three words from the lips of our Kreut leaders. "If Money Fill Ik- Kvery-thlnK Fail;' - Hfinar Law. Huy Victory Bonds." Next n upeech by the Peerless Leader: "It .Must be a Knock-out. -Lloyd (ieorite. Victory IIoiiiIm Have 'the Punch." Ami we have apt alliteration's artful aid: "Pot a Punch In Your Patriotism." "Dayonets Win llattlct-; �Wealth Winn Wan'." Thf-so are hut a few of thn splendid I ar-rinon.s that the more wlndown ami the hoarding will preach to us during the next few weeks. Uut the Dominion ' Publicity Committee does not confine Itself to tloRRns. Its educational campaign embraced, every form of advertising. The idea Is to reach everybody and to keep the important facts In connection with \iur participation In the war before their eyes. By new^s-. papers, booklets and bulletins, posters and Htreamars, by painting; and car i toons, the serious and the frivolous i uldeti of the campaign will be exploited. Mr. K. H. Wood, Chairman of the (Victory l.onn, ban written u booklet, 1 reviewing Canada's part In the great world struggle and her splendid fin-uncial position. Another feature is "The A. H. C. of the Victory J.oun. 191S." Over 2,000,000 copies bnvo been printed lor dlHtrlhutlon. Some of the striking pictures which drive home to everyone thn importance ^f the Lijun may he mentioned. A picture of the sinking of the Llandovery Cmtlo shows a soldier swimming and holding up u Hed Cross nurse while the I'-boat commander discharge* his revolver at them. "Flanders Fields" .shews a soldier with hoail uncovered looking on a field of popples; while still another shows the . women of France pulling plowa in th" fields and underneath life Inscription: "Thoy Serve Franco, How can 1 Serve Caniuiii?"i dale canvassers have turned in a to-; district, headquarters. The first can-tul of �20,000 out of the 125.000 quota , vassers appointed all became sick and and expect to go over the top today. a gncond army of canvassers was ap- pointed to take their place. These In turn became nick and it was necessary to create a third organization, com posed largely of those who hail tiy that, time recovered. They aie now bringing in good returns from their terrltoi v. Southern Alberta executive reiers to these difficult lea because if they were not set out in this way the public would never appreciate the heroic effort which is being made by ihe organization throughout to put Canada's Victory Loan over the top. The figures coming in from various districts give little or no Indication of the fight that has been necessary to achieve them. The figures "pel! no- there are sonu "till to come in IV, districts. An ad.:; reported from c. I) most of which Is a , bridge city and Hal m. ! city shows an tucn a inn) Among point, v ! making good showing ' lug extraordinary ditii i Creek may be men' im good returns are coniii  * in from High ! S.iutim di.-i rid . > i.ncitip of I-'.. 11 1 aitily from Nan i i mnt r v.  Hugh | .!.i.-|i'oi|-Piiic|icr i: I* .ids amour. ' iiy la -i night's .''! v ;m I a j/,e nvi-r hi.ili'l'sl mill tllilt ' Mil).- eriptiotIS j i "in It o:' these  it...I $.*.ii,iiiin is '.liiu-il s dl.-trict. ull.ii to Lelil-'li-lirine llai of over SlTi.-� :i iiave been not withstand-tltic-... Pincher ii I"l-1>in whici SENT TOSIBERIA TheGovernment Conscripts Cowan's Cocoa -Chewful News for Our Men INCREASE IN TELEGRAPHERS Washington, Nov granting railroad :e! Uritis-i: enini'-'lit. .ue-iuver. IVC. Itllien' to tile ".enera I of iii charge nf i 'ni .imhin i Inv urouto, Oct.- A plentiful supply of 1 owan's 'Itlicious a a-1 nourishing ' 'or/m txwiireV the  'rvT>a�liaii irooj'-'Vit nro going *n Silieria. Ton* of thi* splfrmu! fn-nl wr� rcentU' pin-'hajed by thi* 'HiunKiiTi Oovirrnmeii', nml arc new r\\ route u> a certain port im tho Pa.'itie t!'�!'� i>rs '-ngnpe th'> Coirat.'.' Cocoa will do its nhari1 1\t figiilnig thf cold in,I p."..: Oct iug nitr tronps from tipi s''-'""ftsl attack* of ilie S'.lvrian Wiii*er Tho�e who remain in fanadw lioull nili"'.. thr Horvions of t.'owan's f'oi'oa Home Ciuanl'' He,- lhat thn children are provided *i'b a" thp." require. l! males them robust and prolecu LJiern from rpidumica. RIGHT HERE, is the thai 1 most welcome news for Men in the paper today Announcing a sale ot Men's Clothing, Furnishings and Shoes that should arouse the interest of every man whose watchword at present is: ECONOMY. A SALE WITH A SHORT TIME-LIMIT, but with no limit to values-our first STOCK UCING SALE OVERCOATS An exceptional offering In stylish winter coats, made by the most reliable muuufaf-urers. All wool garments. Coats that hold the lead for quality und durability offered to you during this sale at a substantial saving. We have divided, our Mori, In several lots. Following are a few of them: Lot.' No. 1 -1,'Jbters and Chesterfields in vurlous pit' tern cloth with shawl or convertible collars, with or without belt. Itegular ?27..".ii Sale Price ........ A combination of adverse business conditions, such as the mild weather-the epidemic-and small crop-compels us to make sacrifices in order to unload our heavy stocks of merchandise bought with a view of protection against the steadily rising market. Our limited floor space does not pet mil the carrying over-hence we have cut deep into prices in order to effect a speedy clearance. The few items in this ad. serve as eye openers to what you mdu expect when you visit our store. Every article is reduced accordingly. SUITS 21.50 Lot No. 2- Are a collection of better grade coats, made of material* that at present command double the price we offer them for. Regular $ and $35,110. Sale Price ........... 26.95 STEP LIVELY FOR THESE SHOE SPECIALS Lot No. a A line of coats that will satisfy the most ex acting man. Voti simply have le tee these to appreciate their value. The best the market produces. Rogulur $-10.00 and $4Vuo. Sale Price .... 33.75 A SPLENDID ARRAY OF VALUES BY AMERICA'S FOREMOST MAKERS-"WALK-OVER," "RICE AND HUTCHINSON," "SLATER8" AND OTHERS. WE MENTION TWO LINES. A rine Idee',. .ill' liliiihor. ruuiuy toe, comfortable tiding last, medium heels, solid leather counters, (ioodyear Welt sol*.-. A splendid value........... 5.85 Smart dress shoes in various stvliHi. The new Kuglisli last with receding toe, or the more i-onai'i'va'.lve style in lac" or button Special to clear, ai ............ 6.45 At pri)}./U 19J5 I MONEY PILING UP IN CANADIAN BANKS Thut the time for the luutuhing o' (lie Victory Loan campuiitn U mos< opportune is to be seen in the w;u that the deposits are mouutliiK up in lanadlan banks. At the end of Sop lumber thore were $200,000,000. more fin deposit than at the same time last .year. The increase, in savings de-]iosit:i is $G9,000,000 and in demand deposits $137,000,000. DnrhiK Septomber alomi suvliiBs increased by $22,700,000 und demand deposits by $34,000,000 or a total of $00,700,000. Ilui'lnn Se]i-tomber, 1917, the total increase wac 125,500,000, which means that the in-ereiiHB for .Septomber. 1918, was about ISO per rout, over the same month hut ear. SUNNY ALBERTA on may count on Sunny Alberta o raise either money or men; ho'rt sent forty thousand boys across, ud her money will follow them. WINTER SOCKS Kxtra. heavy and medium weight wool soekn. Regular 00c. At 40c a pair FALL AND WINTER CAPS Eastern, Wolfe's and other popular make*. Classy patterns, pure wool, with or without fur bands. 1 tegular to $2.26. Sale Price, $1.65 FLANNEL WORK SHIRTS at $1.45 An exceptional value in view of the BhurtiiK.o of this mnterial. full size shirts with collar attached iall sizes). $2.00 values. 1 4 C Sale Price............... Sweaters at $3.95 Oi a quality that toll regularly ;it $5.00 in assorted colors tiud sizes. Coat style with liberal shawl collars. Itefitih ar $5.00. Sale Price, $3.95 High Grade Shirts $1.45 I'm dress wear in a variety of patterns by the best makers. Arrow, Tiiolic, e(t-. Never sold less limn iJ.ou. Sale Price, $1.45 Sweaters at $6.45 Heavy pure wool. Coat style, made by one of Canada's beat UnittitiK works, in a variety of colors, (tegular $8.00. Sale Price, $6.45 SILK NECKWEAR Fine ties in a variety of snippy patterns. ItcKular 75c. ...^ Sale Price, 40c FLANNEL DRESS SHIRTS In grey and khaki, fte-fiular S3.00 Sale Price . . . 2.25 THE ROYAL STORE DALLAS HOTEL BLOCK A Substantial Saving on Winter Underwear Pine wool rib comblmu?^" warm and comfomblo fitting kiu hitnu, un exceptional value. To clear at All other lines or underwear In stock at reduced prices. ;