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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - November 9, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta SATURDAY, NOVEMBER f>. 1M& Ulli ,L.vl ilhiji^v � I'A.L Well Known Rancher-Manager Knight Sugar Company Interentfi Southern Attjertans lparned with roRrot today of tho death at , four o'clock Friday afternoon at Mr. Ttlcluira Kinney nt hln homo in Rtiy-thiiiiiI. Death canio As n result of , pneumonia following Influenza. "Dick" Kinsny whs one of the best 'Vnown ranchers in SoiiUtorn Alberto. In 1 lift I lio came to this provlnco from Vnysnn,, Utah, to tnko u position as fcvpinnn with the Knight. SuRiir Co., who liought larffir' rnncli properties )ir;v at that time. For 15 years he that poHltloii, ami on tho retire-iin'ii: or liny Knight from tho active itiiliiiifjemi'iit of tho company's intcr-i-st.s in Alberta Mr. Kinney wns made , inaiiigpt'. When Mr. KnlKlit moved to l.(ithliii(li;n Mr. Kinney pnrclianpd lii.s i'i'.sldetivu in Raymond, and it was t'nere tliat the Kothbridge Board 'of : Trudn wits enloitalTlpd on Its visit'to ' llavmoml a few monthn ago. Air. Klnaey \va* about titty yearn of hro. .Spunking of htm to the. Herald '. Mr. Unifjlit. mi\r knew and hb tiiH' *' * THE LATE J. 8. WILKIE. * ' uiii'sc we're appointed to run, "\\. iv � i nicit ,1. U. Wllkle, renewing �J? Tiw 11:' tulcliip on earth v.e bcgini. -Contributed. t'AOK THIRTKhN GET BUSY AND ' CLEAN UP CITY Chairman Baalim of the Victory Loan committee announced* this afternoon that, starting Monday, nil territory in the city would' be thrown often to any canvasser. Thia will mean a drive in what-, ever tftaityrilon .Ai|..-t ct r young .ludH. ICdwiu I'rlc'i.'. 1". '.itul rranl.lin .Hltoiles, It; were instantly killed by a cave-In of a sand pit near here at noun today. ^. ... ,J, .J. A CANADIAN TRADE MISSION AT LONDON Ottawa. Nov. S.--An official .auiiounci metit was made thin evening covsTini! tiTc decision of the governmi'iH to mtalillsii a ('uindinii trade iniisioii in l.ianlotii The sttHcmnnl is �:\-n- .:ii'>iii:i . i.sfs. but tho, wage .sutlers unorganized and in various-walks of life, the 'board, titter connlffcrittg the miitfr mi dilt'cr-eiit. Of CHSiops,, decidud tu not Vnlit dof-inito action prior to another convention of the I'V"leraifol. T!le prrtfrram now. as inniHiii. . ,| in the l!il!i coii-cenliou call) is to, e;i tile day following the ndjottri'.i.i tu of the l-Vdevntinn I convention, have a it'eeting of all del-I cgates to the 1'eili'iation convention held in this city, "for the purpose," as the call sots forth, "'if formulating some plan upon wbl-U the working class of this province may. at n future ! date, hold a convention with a view of forming a working class political party." It is i \oeci.d that there will be mime licatiii discussion over the acriop taken by the execuiive. Prom some quarters eonr s ihc intimation that the oftlei iwill be hauled over the r:itiim. is and fnvoiabl;. Known iiiiiour the mil lnb'i' i.nthoritli'.- or this cltv is now -eriiut: liii; m'cohiI term while ibere is no uieibt .lie will aps,1 lie munimtted. '� is understood Ii and Mi- \\" H l,.n-,eii of i;,a-..\ l..ii,,-died today, a viollm ol' tl,r itn'lucir/a. .lei'iil'diilf, lo Mul'd .'��.'veil ill i lie ctiv il.i - .lii'-'.noor, by �'uiit. li>o I'ni'li'i'. i'iu iii"rl> of tliii't town Hi'i1 mi-b.i'id i- '!'" ieadiiiK iiii nl v. rin- merchant of t;r.i.*sy I.ike, indiiic lj\t� Mr.;. I..i. -�en u.i'; otie of tb leadi'i-.- Ill palrio- j I'ncunionia ended fntnlly for Wal-jrnr Arnold, a well-known f�rmer' ot i riover town.-dilp. Wash Away Skin Sores li.n.l>., th" liquid wttnh hRH become ! a iioiiseiiold word. It lm* proved Itself i a i"iiiarkubb' remedy. If you are it ; .'�.Merer from skin disciiHes. incltidlnK .ulceis. piuiplxs. scales, crust or ecze-"ic in .iiiy iiirin. liiis remedy will not. nl'; pnoist you. It has Mtood the tent 1 and tmlm Is the Hunter preparation tor all si.in disc:!:*,..-. Try D.D.O. AVoj :-,,iaiaiiiec it ,l. 1). Il'.slnbotluun in . Ltd.. liriiKKistK.- Advertlitenient. D. D. D. f3cmx!iasaaiB?�^.':ixs:^a-.!rr, What is cue I rae me The Victory Lsan 1 ? of ^}WE are within sight of Victory, and now, less than ever, can we afford to rest in a false atmosphere of security. JjJNow is the moment for a grand rally, an irresistible push forward with men and money.' C| lhe men are there-and always fresh ones go. They must continually be fed, clothed, and supplie^l with ammunition. The. work of supporting them, the EASY PART, is ours. Shall any one of us fail them at this end? ; lj| NO, A HUNDRED TIMES, NO! And what are we asked to do? What is it .hat Canada asks of us? ^1 Simply lo LEND to our own country, more money, that the great fight may be finished for us, and th:\t the sacrifices made for us in four years of war shall not be in vain. No thinking nun or woman who realizes this can fail lo respond to the limit of his or her ability. If And Canada makes it very easy for us to da this through The Victory Loan 1918 IjjShe will pay us interest at 5'/2 Vcx ce1^- �n any amount we lend. She offers us Bonds backed by the country itself, the highest security in the world. Bonds issued in convenient denominations of $50, $100, $500 and $1,000, repayable in 5 or 15 years, as we may desire. Lethbridge has already over-subscribed its quota-the first city in Western Canada to do so. If every citizen of Southern Alberta does his o: her best we shall make another record when the crowns on our honor flag arfe counted, Now then, all together-to Victory 1 f This spuco (louato.il u> tho Victory henm Mihs CumimtKii hy tin* following Wholt^ule l�Yuli Dealer.*: The Lethbridge Mercantile Co., Ltd. Plunkett & Savage v Scott Fruit Co., Ltd. 35?00075 ;