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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 8, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta SATUH1UY. XOYKMUIOK S, ROTARY lie Profits Most Who Ser- Kotary Ls niin-stclarhu. Tbe religious clciuciil nf Ihcro is iiJi en- tirely Independent, of und dlvorc- t-d from sect A; it U kieed ujjIversHJ (jrlnclples un-J nut-upon the of tho of not, by cjccd. The Rotary Spirit tranM-ends (he limiting bands of i-rcadii and linds. U IK (lie fxpiegjlcui of the best in each fudlvHual- it la toe racopuitlon ot the kinthip of tbe wliule vo-Jd, tbc realization itst all inon uru broifccrfi and nil aro ibo eon's of God. yf ilic Invard feellup of brotherly ICTC Mhk'L fttcb Individual heart i-Uerlsbc-a as a hope CYCJI if noi as a fjiJLll. Ji IK tht vokluE erf desire of nianXbid Ipr that true peace and good wliluh flows from MI uiiEhakaLle knowledge of the Euurcujaf'T ol v ond trutli, imriU and slrtiiglh. fr. U Ihu tribute of tho modern tiiEiDuu 3nrJ iirofeialooal man lo ibo scn'k'o preached by the Nawreiio.' Sjilrit ol Kolury- is the Ilc- liguiji Jtotiir-y. Llcjnfj. ajnlvrreiil In ficvfrc PJifl opwaiioii, this spirit belong to any sc.ct in1 be vai a dn- ci-it-a -urcuss. The on ihe Yw Xorili waj Bn-atly appnu-lawd by'Djo l members of tie Icn-al Cl.uh ihoir ruL-sts Oio mcmljprs iT tin of Tride and the j-i-houl Icii'hcrf. I Tlie lecture Iu ihe was als-i I I highly US rc-tuH J suhstuiillal stun of money his bern to tbe Club's trust acccuni (or tomimuilty tervics. chairman of 1 the Lummltleo on imllu- trtdlrs "Art" Jlaallui and IT.-O cohort l.alhrop and "Vln" Glbboan (ltd their work rcll. fc-SEVEN (tpivlal run was aiv.l MrJl- i-iue lldi. LI on ihU etelltm thai lie talablifcbeJ 9 rruinl lor speed. A trim-b wai knuwii us the iWattnvaya spc-dal was ma'li; up. urnl carry In p bunds which ii> Ihe Old Country by a I't-Tlilu liiui- mi-1 ,U was nei-cjsory 10 eau-h ihc Loal tu York. Mr. I'J'U-r D'.iid'- his ;n- !on cf U) lljt in retold liuip. and ihi- MODS lnj jiv-i'le. A man in .Michigan sot :i sl'U-k fn hi.; throat. The (ipi.-r.i- ll'iii in rviinovf it reused deaih. SIR THOMAS IN N. Y. VOHK. N'uv. ____ iinivi-.l her-.- on the loOav to insv'-ci In- Stiamrocl; IV.. (ho thHlluuif-r tor the America's next year. BIG SALE OF DUKE OF HAMILTON'S COLLECTION LON1JOX. Nov. sale of (he Duke or Hamilton's collection iy a i.npfih of nliquetiG liat mar kcej> Tiim from having n.B good a RB lie might ghuddcr to Upnk of whal might liappen io the 1'riiico if he were to wander Into a Kansas Clly IMUry Club. Even Jn Ihc Hilnago Club some one wonlil prolj- nlii? slap him OD Ihe EhouJdET ood V'HoUo Trince mighty glad t- havo you us." Kvc'i II llic ediior hid not been Eel from the press accoimls Of Ihe UFT OFF CORNS WITH FINGERS Dotsnl- Imrt l bit and i only few cent; a lillh Vrc'jxoriO on an acliin (am, Lhal corn slops Inirt (sij. then you 111'- il Tlglil out. Yes A iinf of costs In tew ccuta nry ilruc store. Dut f..ltklunL lo rciiioTe cvflry hard corn rt-Jl cuL'SJ, or. r >rn bp.nvcon Ihc fird Ilio calluscav wi'.ntmt iorcjnoss t jM-itnllou. FfOdZOIIR Ll UlC BBJSIlllOMi dlECO' Ml' ot K Clnclnnnll cciihn. II If woi fei-ful.-- V- FT7-1 MTfe Cobweb YOU know that times are good to-day. You know that business is humming, that y.our pay envelope cornts regularly and is well filled. But clo you know why this is so Canada is you are prosper- the Victory Loan 1918 was successlul, enabling Canada to give credit to Great Britain and other countries who, as a result, were enabled to place orders in Canada lor the goods YOU make. But the proceeds of the Victory Loan 1918 are exhausted. Great Britain and her allies have more orders to place-but they are not yet in a position to pay cash. If Canada is to get these further orders, she must extend credit The Victory Loan 1919 will provide the neces- sary money to establish these credits. Every workingman wants prosperity to con- tinue. Therefore every workingman will buy Victory Bonds. Buy to the limit of your ability. Keep the cobwebs away ju.r Cnr.aij'i Tiftiry Cenimitttr rmfiratten Ilie tf 1'innnrc ff Hit Ce-.ttiV. c> OFFICT J ;