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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - November 13, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta ft WEDNESDAY. NOVEMBER 13, li>18 TGE NINE, Honor Flags WER PERIOD ? 4 MERCHANTMEN. ; * 4 !> �  * > : > * PERSONAL * Tin; many friends of Mrs. T. Stock-dale, will lie glad to learn tiuit she in .now convalescing after ;i very suVere Mr. .Tamos Atkinson of MngraUi was a visitor In Uio city on Monday. �   Mrs. Sheldon of Magrnth is In the city. � * � Mr. David Walker, who ban been suffering from Influenza, Is now getting on well.  * � Mr. A. Day of Medle.ine lint waa a visitor in the city at the beginning of tlio week.  �*  Mrs. Qreen of I hrnU thrm 1111 for X quick rrnulta. () Thousands of housewives have found Hint they ran flave four-fifths of the money usually spent fur rough prepnrn tii>n�,'lv using this well-known old recipe for making cough syrup at home. It is simple- and cheap to make, but it. r^alb. lias no equal for prompt, rrcultn. I-t lakes right hold of a rough mil cives-immodiatt relief, usually Btopning un urjinarv cough in '11 hours or le�*. Oi-t ,k'/i aunci's of J'inrx (aO cpnl:. wortht from any ilmj'gUt, pnur it intc � lil-oz. bpttlr. and mid plain crani'latei. u^nr syrup to make in nunrosi. If you prefer, "iibp claritipii moIiMses, honcv, or torn Byrup, instead of sugar nyriip. Kithor way. it tu'd's /.'oocl. korpi perfectly, and lasla a family a time. It's truly iifctouiebim; linw ipiieklv it  ctf, penetrating through every air pa.v *age of the throat, and funiik-h.o-eiiri find Tai�w Hie iihli'Kmi nootlu-.i anil heals 1h? merobraneit, and grndnall.v but mi rely 4he annoying threat tickle anil droaded t'Otigh diwippear entirely. Kothing better for bronchitis, apanmodie croup, i�)�oopinK_ cougli or bronchial asthma. Piuox IB a Kprcial and highly cnticen-; tr�led compound of gen nine Norway pine ' citract, knoivn Iho world over for ita healing effect on the membranes. Avoid diiappointrmmt hv nAk'.ns your 'Iruggist for 2VL- ounren nf Pincx" with full directions and don't accept anything clue. tJuaranteed to give abnolii't* niisfaction or money promptly refunded. Tho Pines Co., Toronto, Ont. O * � � t>  �  V CHURCHES AND SOCIETIES * O * f>�>�>*�>��*4>*�4��*� dominion Itebeknb Lodge No. 41 will not bold lt� regular nie.ntlng tomorrow night on account of the epidemic.    Tho box mas glftH. *   The Major Jack Roan Chapter l.O. D.K. liavo been mipplylng sorvlco flag* to most of the banka and largo bual-nes.h liousos In tho city. Anyone wishing those for business or family use may obtain them from that chapter. A blue Maple L�of Is put on the flag for boys on norvlco and a gold one for tho." who have given their llva�. EVERYBODY WORK (CONTINUED FROM KKONT PAGE) * * * ?  4> Would the party who took > the electric Iron from tho Uod Cross'rooms ploaso return It le. * FOOD BOARD FLASHES FOR FEMININE FOLKS > > : :>>:.:� .;. > Not n pound of fooil-stuffa can come KEEP THE KIDDIES WARM IN A MOTHER HUBBARD PADDED SHOE NO. NEED 'to bundle baby up in clumsy wraps which constantly need "fixing." Just slip the wee tot into fits comfy, cosy Mother Hubbard Shoe, which conserves every bit of heat and warmth, then baby will laugh and chuckle at Jack Frost and the coldest wind. And the Mother Hubbard Shoe is adjustable for weeny teeny sister and sturdy little brother till they are beyond the dear days of babyhood. At Tour Hardware, rumltur* M Dry Oooda Stor* Prlco $9.60 S. J. WRITLA * 00. 1TB. _WMwa Slrtrlbntor, wanurro - makros* Chairman liaallni of Victory Loan! hoadquarter.1 is all smlleM today, and lie and his workers have every right j to smile. On Tuosday an advance of i $102,150 wan made in the big drive I toward the million mark for Lctb-' bridge, bringing the total up lo �X77. sno, which is $277.SOU over tho quota ; of $600,000 set for the city. And this ; morning, when the overnight npplica-1 lions camo In Chairman Baalim an-1 nouncod thrJ tho total wag over the J $900,000 mark. This was at 10 o'clock. | so with pmetically four full days to I go. Including Lucky Friday, there remains only $100,000 to raise to make, thu million. And if I.ethbrldgo doe� j raise the million it will beat the 1917 j returns by $-7,000. Victory Loan workers are confident] today that they will reach the coveted | mark in l.ethbridge. with the help of j the districts of Coaldale.' Coalhurst. ! Diamond City, Commerce and Noble-: ford which are associated with the city proper in tho big drive. As- � matter of fact. Mr. Haallm Hiatod thi.- ' morning that he was assured of $2,"i,- j 000 more from Coalhurst. and he had ; pledges from other sources of $35,000 j more of the last $100,00 leaving' $40,000 ninri! which must, be secured , to reach $1,000,000, j Won't those seven figures look good i on Lothliridge.'s total noxt Friday I night? - Tho chairman has called a meeting at headquarters tonight of his workers, and he wants everyone there who wants to help him put Lothbridge j right up with tin! beBt of them. Ik-thoro nt eight o'clock. The big Lethbrldge district, which ' includes besides Lethbrldge the dis-; tricts of Taber. l'nremost, Warner,' Now Dayton, Milk Kiver, ltarons and Carmangay, pushed ahead in great i style on Tuesday. On Monday nlglu ' the total had stood at $947,000, but today it. is well over $1,050,000, while its (piota was only $1,000,000. so thai tho district as u whole lias won a flag i and crown Tor going over its quota. j Telegrams of congratulation are lio*-giniilng to pour in on the Victory , Loan workers here. Vice-president | Manioch wired: "Southern Alberta; acfiieves its objective of $8,500,000 to-' night largely aided by tho splendid figures from Lethbrldge." Mr. Mar- � noch then goes on to say that buying bonds now is not so much a patriotic � duty as an Investment duty everyone owes himself. The bonds arc really . worth a premium now since tho allies j have won the war. | Whore did all Lothbrldge's splendid subscriptions come from? Well, on Saturday night there were 1018 subscribers. Now there are over L'OOO, and people all the way from Greenock, Scotland, Chicago, 111.. It. | S.A.. and Manyberrios have put their 1 subscriptions through Hie first city in , Western Canada to pass its quota. | So. far Warner and Foremost, ow- ; ing doubtless to tho Influenza epldum- ' ic, have sont in no returns whatever, j but a big boost is expected from these j districts during the next four days. ; Hurry up, Warner and Koromost, get , into the band wagon. i Saturday Is absolutely tho last day. ' Some have lioon asking If there will ', bo an extension. There will not. \ I>ethhridge wants a million dollar j flag to carry at the lioad of the par-ado when the boys come home. i The following is the list of victory Loan honor flags won in Southern Alberta: BASSANO-Flag and ciown. CR03SFIELD-Flag and tvo crowna. JF.NNER-FlflOt seven cn.v.ns. CLAflESHOLM, flntj .md four crowns. MAGRATH -Flag ami five crownB. CALGARY-Flag, two crowns. OKOTOKS - Flao a"d thre.c crowns. BOW ISLAND-Flag. HANNA-Flag and crown HIGH RIVER-Flag and one crown. COMMERCE-Flag. REDCLIFFE-Flag ' u,wn, BLACK IE-Flafj. LETHBRIDGE-Flag and three CrownB. BRANT-Flag, three crowns. COLEMAN-Flag, three crowns. BLAIRMORE-Flag. en., crown, HALKIRK-Flag and crown. MONITOR-Flag. CASTOR-Flag. COALDALE-Flag. CARMANGAY-Flag. NANTON-Flag and one crown. FRANK-Flag. NOBLEFORD-Flag. PASSBURG-Flag. MEDICINE HAT-Flay two crowns. BOTHA-Flag. BANFF-Flag. YOUNGSTOWN-Flag. CORONATION-Flag. PINCHER CREEK-Fl^j INNISFAIL-Flag. HILLCREST-Flag. BROOKS-Flag. NEW DAYTON. CARDSTON. London, Nov. 13.-The allied high command has sent to the German high command by French wireless a message that there can hi no modification of the conditions of (lie armistice. including the annexes, at this time. It is added that n supplemen. tary period of 2-1 hours for the evacuation of Belgium. Luxemburg and Alsace-Lorraine has been added to the 1'I days stipulated in the original text, so as to permit the text to reach German headquarters at the der.ired time. TERMS OH. SOLF Fond of Good Coffee'? of course! Bm wky not make it BETTER Coffee".' Coffee nt its BEST, in {net - SFAL BRAND COFFEE Send for our booklet "Perfect Cof|ec--Perfectly Made", it solves tho. problem. CHASE & SANBORM MONTREAL and I Charlie Chaplin 1ms started suit for $50,000 to restrain a film from showing "a patched" film with an Imitator taking the Chaplin parts. Is it 3fo L7~� -ad ol lui-tnediate withdrawal of (ieniiaii troop-1 from Russia, as originally provided, the amended terms specify that tiny shall be withdrawn ns soon as Hie allies, taking Into consideration ihe internal situation of ihesn terrltorii*.-! n>f itussia.i "hall ileciib' (hat the time for this has conic. Heductlon is made in the amount of certain military rijiiipmeii: lo be delivered by the (Jermans to the associated governments, including 25."0o instead of SO.000 machine guns, and lTuo airplanes instead of L'uno. The number of railway car* to lie delivered, however, !� increased threefold-from 'iO.OOii to 1,1(1,(100. II i- Therealenstadt, Orrtultr and other places and have been ... wtlccmed by the, Ciechs. Tho ' Jewish communities of Moldavia >iave accepted the Jewish national London Times Heads (iermany A Lt'Hson-Never Showed Mercy to Others London. Nov. I'!. -illtiiiHi Wiivie-,. Service.!-- The Times describes 'lie appeal of Dr. Solf, the foreign secretary, to President Wilson regarding the armistice conditions affecting the food supply of the Herman people as a contemptible attempt at mischief maklui;. The newspaper says thy. l)r S'utf has but to look at the armistice in order to see that the allies and tue I'iiiled Stall's contemplate inch provisioning of (iermany during the armistice ns shall be found necessary. The-Daily Chronicle says (iermany 'which never showed merry, now lias to impl'ire It." It adds that the allies no dimijt. will lake such step? as humanity dictate-', so far as they can consistently do >n ami teed their own people. "Ikit that is no trivial proviso," the Dally Chronicle concludes, "and the fund cargoes that (Iermany lias criminally sent to tile bottom of tho sea cannot be fished up uvea to teed Cer many." F on Commandant Mineriicr, a descendant of the famous marshal, who order d -evenly punished. A number with e\e. nied. i'oiiiuiandair Hluechi'.r bit-�  � r'> opposed capitulating and openly ui,-' iisM'd I.lie inefficiency of Kmp�?ror Wliliaiu. the d'owii prince, and Meld .Marshal von Ilimlenhiirg. DOHERTY GOING SOON Ottawa, Nov. 13.--It is expected that Hon. C. J. Doherty, minister of justice, will shortly leave for overseas to participate In the d�-I bcration preceding the peace conference. Cheiw, Nov. 1".- ('ili.'Mis of Chen, �without distinction ie- to na t lona III v greeted the allied troops as llberalor.-. Tlii-y relate Die .tame story of martyr