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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - November 9, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta I SATURDAY. NOVEMBER 9. 1918 THE LETHBRIDCiE DAILY HRRAV.D :. V > >  *      � When U fellor'B kind o' lonesoma � For his own folks 'cross the sea, When bia/mind jest takes to roarain', Bet his '"mother" fie can see! 1'hlnk ho^xvf!�n jesl a firlyate .. t In thlBVivar of noi^-ii>day8; Thinks of;idiother, "Llttje inother;" She's the one deserves the praise. iWhen. he'*' feadln' from a ilQt^r, J\ist arrl-vlisd by evening's, mall I I'What's in it, that sets him smllin'?' Mother's heart! She'd never fall. Tho' you're writing to some girlie, Uving dbwh in London town. And theletter that sheeends you. Kind o' make* yow head^jvrjm roun'. But there is saotb^r letter, ,:Th^tyou;d Aether road alone. From your llttlti 'pal,' your mother, From the one you left at home. Mother wltJi her heart, so precious LitUe Kirl with eyes so blue, She'B the only oiiejvortb havln' She's the oae who's waitln' -too. -Pte, Orme, Bngland. 5fr # * * �'�*:jj? ft W * � PEBibr ' noi *e afraid to avail yourself Of it. Dentiitr])^^ We Pra^^ ItUL /'A wm "It isnew-anditis wonderful"; '^'TN 1 momest of curiotity I step-r}K- to see sad best this new .[ry phonograph. I hid no idea ^w�at� snrpiise, X wu due for.' j;?"the young mkn who volnnteered , ;to 'demonitrate the Vocelion for me jchipse as his first record an 'Ave\ sittria' played by Eugeoe Yaiiye. /"The Vocalion . aounded the fir^t 'i'^jkan vott ever been really thrilled music from: r phonograph ? I l^ne)rer had until that moment, T^e |jilncher Creek, who recently, underwent an operation in the Gait Hospital, is pi-bgyesslnff favorably. ' � �� .� . . ;Mrs. Leigh, 1254 14th Ave. N*., ,has received the sad ne'ws that ber*bro-ther-in-law, Capt. Herbert Leigh, wtis killed in acttoL. Oct. 14.  4> 4> CHURCHES AND SOCIETIES :  * Under the auspices aiid Cor the benefit of the Great. 'W'ar Veterans Association Mr,, Coombs' is presenting a sacred cantata and invites all those wh'p have , hhd -hhoral experience or any wEo'^jeslre to. Join, to communicate �ith him at No. 416 a2th St. A South, or. phone 1814. \ � �> * ?  ?s*'* ? ? > ? ? : ? ? ^ * ? *?*???> : ? > ? � The news has reached �lontreal'of the death of Lady King, youngest aUd last survlvLvs daughter of the late Hey. Dr. Joim Jenkins, for many years paator of St. Paul's Presbyterian Church, Montreal. The daughter who taa� recently dlpd jvas married in 1875 to Sir Seymour King, K.C.I.E., of Cornwall Gatdens, London, England, the head of a/well known Indian-banking firm in-the City of London; and a former member of PkrllamenL' Lady King i� survived by; her'brother; Mr. Sluart Jettkln�,of Lfttle Current, On-ti^rio, also bK three'nephewB^Mr, W. F. Kay, M.P., (Mlssisquol), Major Q; L. Mattice(Canadian Engineers), and A?r. K, Sv Mattice, C,|l.l of Montreal. Mrs. J. H;'�ifg, wif& bt'the-fion. Dr." King, mihi^^er'ot 'public' works, spent � shof-'t time in Vancouver riot Idng ago,;.en rputb to'VictoWa, after ail exl;eidde& visit to .Eastern Canada, where she iccfim'pa^led Hon. tit. king's fatheV, Hon. Senator' King, to his home fin New Brunswick. Mrs. King, on her return'west, spent some time at 'M5ontreal and OtUh'i', and at Winnipeg wa� the gueiit.p^M,r5.jCqJfo, man, wife of ilr. D. C. Coleman. r'- MrBi''j6:'^R;'Crowe>"*^iie Of G. ie Quarter MilR lark Has Been f^ed . With the reportijiE ul $21,750 by the teams'of'Vibfoiry Loan (;a7ivassei's on Friday,-Eirhbrldfeo city and dlslr4ct ;guart(;r niiUioii mark, on 11)0 route that-lion dollar reccpftt iaalltn and';iil8 ihelp- passei and ' -lead fvhlcl era whic On?; dt 17: climl boas TH bom I'und'.i cldei treaa yearS bondi�,i this j)nJ^'( bond|iit|g would' bp "i the million Cftigary, Alta,, Nov. 9,-Macleoil, Pitichei' Creek, "Claresholm District has gone over its objective -Jn the Vic-, tory Loan nimpalgn ami is now In tlie' ^ W^"t>lhonor Mlumif in that connection along lirije Batififiud. ty;:evenJiiK,t,!ie total stpod '^Friday evi'uiiig it hail 1^900., Ijetlibridgre "piv-ri>W7iH to its honor flag, u^ivi; or air obnvei'tcd irfljiy ,ilie; city, sinking 'f'theld a TiiuGting and de-t;-*lG2,oOO..ot' -DoraiiUon-piircha.'ind a uouple; of i)' i'fllS yiclpry LSftrt' 'it adini.saubl'e to coiiiit'' al of 1918 Victpry Lpan �' : LetlibrldgQ, �, tpday She $900,000 miirk ami' ark would bn within easy reach. S.-� Ji' ShBplierd. cliairman the 1917 Victjpry^Loan statG.s that last year, convers.fons were (counted in the total, but cK^ai'rinaii Baalim refuses to count tlienfuntii hi' receives olllcial permission �'to do so from the executive for'Southern AlbiMia. .Owing to; the prevalence of the in- with Crows Mest Pass district and Calgary City. Lethbrldge division is crowding very close to its objective and the Southern Alberta executive would not bo surprised to see H and one or two other points reaich their objective.'? when the Saturday returns are in. Subscriptions reported ' to Saturday totals ten million, three hundred and one thousand, four hundred and fifty dollars. � The Maoleod-Pincher Creek-Clares-hotm rifvlaion has raised $454,550. The Cardatnn, Magrath, Raymond district $2.U,700; nhe Medicine Hat divlalonv $547,800; the Crows Nest division, $271,050. � Two Million Off Three Hundred Million Toronto. Nov. 9.-The official summary up to noon today of Victory Loan subscriptions Indicated a total Made In Canada fluenza in the raining camp.s at No. :i ' for Canada of $298,276,650, divided as and tip. 6 the house to house canvass has been greatly retarded, but yesterday Chairman Baalim visited the mines and-was-able to arrange with Supt.i Livingston and Secretary Peacock of the miners' union to have lJ Canvass made of all the men while working in the mines. In this way it is expected-^ that "Gen. Longworth's army  will -make a big drive in the next week, ;.�nd go over the $150,000 objectiyp, beforp. the drive closes next Saturday night. Otlief concerns which have won an honor; emblem>-durlng the past 24, hours-are .th,e.-S�ott Fruit Co., H. Ost-) follows: British Columbia ____ $14,320,6,50 Alberta ............ 8,850,600 Saskatchewan ...... 7,085\800 Manitoba ............ 19,628,100 Montreal ........... 60,094,300 Quebec (outside Montreal) ............. 12,516,800 New Brunswick ...... 8,500.000 Nova Scotia ........ 15,159,160 Prince Edward Island . 830,850 Toronto ..... ,...... 60,405,450 Ontario (outside of Toronto) ......... 30,888,950 Dominion total last year same period .. 180,016,000 ALLIEUMISTO ISGHEMETOHELP lENliOFESSORSl SOCIAL DEMOCRATS 1- Crowei of the British Einjplre Grain pompahy, died suddenly at(Wipnlpeg. Mra..Orpme'-v'aa a former pre'^^ent'ipf the Woineii's Canadian Club. *� .'-^ � �� � H.^- * FOOD BOARD FLASHES '� y, a'few weeks�']ago. :He ^as Pight�pn last June and he'jkept itis'birthday oh this Aeld "of battlP: the night before tCafnljit-ai he irrote, 'il^am going ia,pp�rt^o it yill be a few {days before I cap 'Write again, but I am-^o-ingto do-all;! can toJlft the yolteoff the world.'' ,Ho diefi doing , allj.he could-on the'Way ^ Cambral. .Shall W^ do all; we can to Lift; the 'Vo^e Oil the World because hefdied at elghteeh for you arid me? J. More tbap anything else in> the world, Camidiatt women feel that those who have 4ipd are the Army \V|hich litust be Victorious. Others wl^l j^irie back, and how prpud and gladwbijiall be to see cbem! But those who^^^ill never oopvekock are theones to mpm we owe the most. * if-'j ; Thfij wdman who buys this Vlri|ii'y Loan,, and makes certain that |tt9^e who belong to her buy also, is i^t^s up the,rifle of the boy that is |;piie. aUy.iupjtqaho U>p of the ability of| >home.�. > ? ing in Whililey Camp, England, . i> including Tuembers of the 67tli ?  and 20th Batterips, have left ; for Archangpli Bussia, and were =,to the,reichstag and to'the lower courses In history, geography, govern-1''""se of the. confenpratjon of,German inen '"--'^----'^ t and litPi-at&rei'bt Am'erica; that|S*-atos by equal, difect.,''secret balloit, _____yep.iSsenml'WJ' '^itufle ' and i f�"owing'".tlie prlncipler of '^ch6li^:^shlp,6f^Jea't 'Britain, Franie, l^te representat Italy ;ani^:;other, EuVbpetn count'i;le3 l)e brpught to Yale"'h's members, of the faeiiltyoic visitlng;p1-pfessorfe and that endbwm'e'nts .�b'e';eVSr6d for fellow foreign stu felUps" to be'Vawa'rded to flents" who -i'liiiiy-^ to "^Vlile. representation arid, all withbut iiis-tinctlon o't sex. ' ' ' L - A leading authority on cocoa $a^9:i "In order to have the cacao products most useful and to have the protein best apprq-priated," yoii * mu$t not te^ke out too much fat. Henc?,^iii>; my view, Baker's Gocbatfroni which (pnly the excess of dil is ' extrelckW) fs^^ ' Its Use Saves Other Foods TRADE-MAltk ON E VER YiVpACKAGEl? Walter Baker & Co. ihsm DORCi^TER. MA^.: ' MONTREAL; CAN. ^^'Gmda FodS Boud Liceaie n -690 Voting ages are to be set at 24 years of age. ; .Propoi'.tionate- representation in the reichstag would give the Social'Demp-cratic party, on the basis of the last reichstag elections, a large membership in the legislative body. 'FLU CLAIMED HEAVY TOLL, TORONTO CITY 4" 4. , - lof Starvation'';-v . ' Perh^ps:theieces ; of breadjorovided by the United States loans to ^ ; Belgia^ .G6venunent ? . The pnIy*hope for the destitute children of Belgium ; u that we who can afford three meals a day will be'moved to pity and send help immediately. Even a smaircontributipn will help to take, some child* sinl^ihg under, its load of trouble, over to- Holland, 'Where.wi.tli good^fmilk,Vnutritious food, medical care. and i loving treatment, he or she may regain-health, ^streil^thaiidthewisil^to live. ; ! CIVE-gipe until you feel the pinch! Don't wait IWti(>9i^^oile ii^fi,y^pei:sonally. THIS ia personal 1 Ma^'ehBqii(i�j�||^#blB and send conti^^ (R�gisUreii,und�p tha WarCharitliii Act) , - to your (local Committee, or to ||�l|J^''59_St.- Peter:'St., ,Montre�L OUR.OFFERINGS ON.SATURDAY NIGHT SPECIALS AQP JUST A' LITTLE BETTER TAN USUAL. C0M� TONIGHT^A'ND ,t.�.t. 3 pair for........................................i. 1.00 -'4 ;: Ladles' White l^ub. Silk Wftists, with blue stripe. .TJibi?^ are-made by a �vall'^^g^ifMM^I^i^ ,W�h 'o,\m waist?- Wiqd'1?Jtting.' new collar whicfrmay.'-%�?jJ>|birai^clbM^^ fittine orftutnedi^db'wii^'ClAA ail sizes 34-4�'feegutar |7. Saturday Nfgljt Special UellU ��: � ioo pBlV; Mers^isiifr'-S'Mglijfed^^dpiiA .�maeam. � ma'a\'NvW*fl]f hemstitched ends In black, grey or white.- These are worth IJC - at least $1.00. SaturdayKight:^pecial...................... ' Ien's liriERsHiRTs ? ' ' This is another big special ija ^ure wool Underwear, not a fioor garment in-yi^UOfc-rfiirpt alp^ies, in taqt; tliey.r|r?i npH;;Jyiall . size 40, but If this size sfiits, thfey arf a r�al bargain. Values � wj"" up to $3.50 each. Sa:turaiSy NighMpScial ............... BOYS'swm^ 3 dozen Wool Pull-ovir Sweaters for small boys. TheV d5me''fn high neck style witli .colore.d...stripe on-neckand^ cuffs. >ln"!sha^d of navy, grey and.brown, siz^^ 4 to, 8 years. Worth "tadayf^HBtL il.50 each. Salurday Night [^Bpeicial ... .,. . ...,.; �it|!C.^ , DuilES'HOSE ^ ' ^ About 150 pairs in jthe lot. A choice lot of sample hose that \ Were bough^to uiakej�''^l>eclal of at SOc. Sdme are'lilfcln, others are fine, one and one liH). Ait'vvalues tlit^t woulii pell^^s high Agk  as 65c and 75c. Satu|jlay ijiefct Speciajj. -......^ .....WC WAiSrrs ;