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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - November 8, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta FRIDAY. NOVEMBER i 1918 Hoiipr Flags VICTORY LOAN... .. J),. . .t��o .... ... Pl Vlc-won In The folldwJna I* the tory Loan honor flags SoMthern AlbeHa: ; BASSANO-rFlaa artd crown. CROSSFieLD-Flai^ and'erown. JENNER-I'laBf Mven'crowns. CLARESHOtM, flag and three crowns.' MAQIJATH -Flag anj five crowh#. , . CALGARY-Flag; one crown. OKOTOK6-^PIag. BOW ISLAND-Flag. HANNA-Flag. HIGH IRIVER.-Flag. COMMERCE-Flag. ' REDOLIFFE-Flag and orown.^ BLAOKIE-FI�B. LETMBRIDQE-Flag prfd .two Crowns-, BRANT-Flag,, three- erowrts. COLCMAN-Flag, three crowns. BLAIRMORE-Flag, ona crown. HALKIRK-Flag.and crown. Monitor-Flag. castor-Flag. COALDALE-Flag. 'CARMANQAY-Ffag. NANTON-Flag. FRANK-Flag, y i iVictory Loan Publicity qommit-tee Has Some Terse Phrases v: For Bond Campaign There's many a campaign won with & good slogan. It rJBqulres'a^ slogan- or something-to get under the akin of The Man'^Who Doesn't Care or The Tight Wad. In the 1918 Victory Loan camt�algn therelS no deafth of effect-ire Blogans.- The Dominion Bubllcity Committee has seen to that part of the campilgn. The whole Dominion will be plastered over with terae phrasjBs and jpuugent sentences, commanding, lmpl(i.tlng, beseeching, cajoling every hody^'to get into the swim, and bay Vic-' tory Bonds. Tallc.about acampaign pf i "frightfulness" the .DomlHlbn Publicity ' Comnilttee has hit the idea .with Jts slogans-Us banners and streamers its Boroam lines. For'instance: top! Look!! liOos-enl!! Buy Victory Bonds;" Tfie gentle mas who readsj that appeal has seen . columns of figures^ deta:iiiiig the cost of the war and the absolute necessity of providing money to carry on with, but he hasn't made Hp his mind .to separate himself fiom.his money. ..He loosens, Hei. is bound, to' lifter that. And . herc;,is another that shctuid catise the f hesitiatlng- peirsoh' to^ hurry along'�itli . his isubiJcrlptidD'.'Vdni'Bv^not; ttf ~ . andLDjei Yout's hut- to and Bny^ Victory BondsivAnothe&'Srielwl* i nutshell. Better than columns of argu ! ment and reason. We read alw: "Help Take the .Helm from Wilhelm. Buy ; Victory Bonds!" "Save JEor Your Country-^or Slave for the Hun! Buy 1 Victory Bonds." Another sermon in a^Behtenbe: "The Kaiser Hopes You Wont'-Buy; Victory Bonds." Then we have some crisp arguments in t-wo or '!.ihree words from the lips of our j greit leaders. "If Money Pails-Every i thing FailB^Bonar Law. Buy Victory : Bonds." I^ext a speech by the Peerless Leader: "It Must be a Knock-out. -Lloyd George. Vict�ry Bonds Have the Pundh." And we have apfallitera-tlon's artful aid: "Put a Punch in Your : Patriotism," "Bayonets Win Battles-Wealth Wins Wars.'( , These are but a few of the splendid sermons that /ho store windows , and the hoardings will preach to ua during j the next few, weeks. But the Dominiori Publicity Committee does not^ confine Itself to slogans., Its educational cam-pale^ erabraces. ^v ttithat the deposits are mounting up iii fCanadian banks. At the end' ot Sep amber there were $2O6,0OO,Q0O. more n deposit than^eit the same time last year.; The increase in savings de-fiositu^ls $69,000,000 aad in demand deposits' (187,000,000. During September lone savings increased by 922,700,000 kni demand deposits by 134,000,000 rir a total of $56,700,000. During September, 19i7, the total increase was J25,50p,000, which means that the in-|:rease for September, 1918, was about J.30 p4.r cent, over the same month last ^ear. ' ^ � trtE tETHBRIDCE DAILY !:i2f?ALD PAGE SEVEN" Lethl)i|idge Looks For Aiioiher Crown Tonight I ; � � - Letlibridge Vlctoi-y Loan drivers,, after being somewhat disorganised on Thursday i^as a result of the peace news, steadied'into'tl^eir stride again', this- morning and 'Chairman Baalim announced that, h(|. epcpected nothfng else than that"for a 25 per cent. ovq|li|ubBcript{'on would be added to the honor flag tonight. The following figure^ best-tell the progress of thsti VlStpri' Loa:n armies Ihis week: .': # . Taprell's district, most of which, is attributed to Leth-bridge city and Barnns. Medicine Hat indicated by the experience of one district headquarters. The first canvassers appointed all became sick and a second army of canvassers wfts appointed to take their place. These in turn became sick and it was necessary to create a thij-d organization, composed largely of those who . had by that time recovered. They are now bringing in good returns from their territory. Southern All)erta executive refers to these dlfficiilties becaiise iC they were not set out in this way the public would never appreciate the heroic effort which is being made'by the organization throughout to put Can-lada's Victory Loan over the top." The figures coming ifa from various districts give, little or no indication of tlie fight that has been necessary to achieve them. The figures "spell no- making good^^howings notwilhstand ing extraordinary difficulties, Piucher Creek may. be mentioned from which good returns are coming In. INCREASE IN TELEGRAPHERS Washington, Copenhagen to the Exchange Tfle-, graph Company. The red flag has been hoisted on the ships': there, - . Put up � * the cash! � Somehow tlie kid    Seems more like a real Straight-haclced Canadian �  e * Now that he-has a Bond!"   * "Good man!" 1 cried,  � * "Hurrah for Victory Bonds!" SENT TO SIBERIA TheGovernment Conscripts Cowan's Cocoa-Cheeiful News for Our Men Toronto, Oet.-A plentiful supply of Oowan'e (klieioue aad mourisbiug Cocoa, is airttar^ the Canadian troops t#at are going to .Siberia. Tons ot this splendid food were recently pur-choaed by the Oauadian Oflvcrmncnt, and are now en route to a certain port on the Pacific Ooa45t. Thus, while our soldiers engage the enemy, CowanCoicoa will do its share by fighting the told and protcjct-ing oiir troops from tlio sevorfest attacks of the Siberian Winter. Those who remain in Canoda should enKrt the serriftes of Cowan's Cocoa as a "Home Guard" See that the children are provHe 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 permit the carrying over-hence we have cut deep into prices in order to effect a speedy clearance. The few itefhs in this ad. serve as eye openers to what youmdu expect when you visit our store. Every article is reduced accordingly. SUITS 21*50 26.95 STEP LIVELY FOft THESE SHOE SPECIALS A SPLENDID ARRAY OF VALUES BY AMERrCA'S FQREM08T MAKERS-"WALK-OVER," "RICE AND HUTCHINSON," "SLATERS" AND OTHERS. WE MENTION TWO LINES.. A fine black calf blucher, ropmy toe, comfortable fittiUK last, medium heels, solid leather counters, Goodyear w'elt soljo. A splendid C ftC value................. OtOO Smart dress shoes in.various styles. Th6 new English last with receding toe, or the more 'conservative style in lace or button. Special to ft AC clear, at T. .......... U�TtU At prices that spell ECONOMY to those who look bo-/ yond the price ticl^ets iu buy-' ing clothing.(The range we submit is unquestionably the best the markets afford. Those 'Who know Royal Store clothing will grasp this opportunity. Those who do not we urge to get acquainted. Space prevents us frouv enumerating all specials on sale. Below we qliote four examples. "Lot No. 1-A wonderful .value in the face otJever In-i creasing woolen marketi 2 aud 3 button styles in a large; , variety of patterns and cloths. iRemarkable value at' $25;00.- Prlce ... 19J5 Lot No. 2-High grade quality suits in serges,  -tweeds and worsteds, iExtra' good i values at $30.00'. n*% Sale Price...... LOmlO Lot No. .1-An oxceptionals range of products by. the best custom tailors in the country. Several styles to choose from. Values to $35,00. Cli ^ Sale Price ........ Xi f 9V Lot No. 4-Sterling vihtes these. Hand tailored suits; smai't new models and conservative styles. Regular $40.00. Sale . QQ '71* Price....... .....00�iO SUNNY ALBERTA 'ou may count oil Sunny Alberta o ralsfieitlier money or men; he's pent forty thousand boys aci-oss, ad hej ujoney win lojlpw them. , ^ wprrER SOCKS Extra,rlieavy and medium weight wool socks. ^Regular 50c, At 40c a pair FALL i&b WINTER CAPS ' \E)aBW,|i,i.WoUe'8 and other popular RtaKe*. Classy patterns, pure iwpol, with lor without fur bands. Regular'to 12.26, Sale Price, $h65 FLANNEL WORK SHIRTS . atSUS  , An ^exceptional value^in view oC the shortage of this material, full also sHlrts wlthjjiollar attached (ai! sises). 12.00 values. 1 ilC S�le',P*lce I Am Sweaters at $3*95 Of a quality that sell regularly at $5.00 in assorted colors >nd sizes. Coat style with liberal sliawl collars. Regular $5.00. . Sale Price, $3.95 High Grade Shirts $1.45 For dress wear in a variety of patterns by the best makers. Arrow, Tooke, etc. Never sold less than $2.00, Sale Price, $1.45 Sweaters at $6.45 Heavy pure wool. Coat styie, ma^e^ by one of Canada's best _ knitttnig works, iu a variety of colors. Regular^ $8.00. Sale Price, $6:45 THE ROYAL STORE DALLAS HOTEL BLOCK SILK NECKWEAR Fine ties in.a vffrlety of snappy patterns, .Regular'75c. Sple Price, 40c FLANNEL DRESS SHIRTS In grey and khaki. Re- O OC gular $3.00, Sai^ Price -----L*�iD A Substantii4 Saving on Winter Underwear Pino wo'ol rib eomblnaL.w: �: -warm and comfortabla fitting gar-iivcnts, an exceptional value; o.jA'R' 'Po clear at............. ^^fj; All other lines of.underweitr'lh;-! I m m m ?33290 ;