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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - November 14, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta THURSDAY,. NOVEMBER 14, 1)18 THE LKTHBRIDUK DAILY HERALD PAGE THIRTEEN * �.  �� MEN BEFORE THEIR TIME  peelator� they expected to remain. I tilL there came a day when the boy realized that lie might ''get fl look In" after all. The khaki of everyday school wear tool: r. new meaning. It. became a foreshadowing of u possible reality. And with that ronvlctlun came a gradual change, curious for parents and guardians to watch. Not that the hoy ceased to bo n boy In  11 outward essentials, but something different, had been added-a hint of *rav|ly, an Increase of comtnormenso. nn interest In publli- affairs that nsed not to develop very -strongly until Die university was reached, a g*n�n�4 Impression of rapid ripening.- The lunder. of life und of the nation had liecn laid upon til in; he was-taking It up, not grimly, or In uny burdened way, but with scrlousnesX, ttie �er-itiiiiness with which he plays Ram**, where one must he wholf-hanrtctl or fail. Th new time brought new Interest*; and above all heloiikeil to the-air. his head was In tfte clrmds, und In a very practical manuiT. It |h the  who has n ait- 1 tliority for this statement and that the wheat crop is large and of better , quality, but the maize, barley, oats. I ''"J j beans and potato crops are much amal-' " �'-�' ; The polnto situation is particular-; ly grave for this year; tlie crop is not more than 7,500,(100 long tons, as compared with an average for the last ten years of I ".,000,000 long tons. According to private estimates, the total wheat crop in France for 191S will be about 180,000,000 bushels, an increase of about L'."i per cent, over last, year's production. For the three years preceding the war the average productl in was 32-1,187,000 bushels. In 1911 it was L'S2,t;R0,O0O bushels, while for the years VJ1J and 101S it. dwindled to l-14,liy,000 bushels. It is seen that Frunze u "up against" as regards the food question. BRITAIN'S GREAT HELP. London, Nov. 13.-Mr. Law stated in a speech yetserday that Britain's total loans to its allies amount to �1,465,000,000 sterling and to the Dominions �218,-000,000. Altogether, �568,000,-000 had been lent to Russia; � 42c ,000,000 to France, �345,-000,000 to Italy and �127,000,000 to the smaller states. Britain's -debts abroad are not expeeted le > exceed �1,000,000,000. Thl�, Ml* , Mr. Law, Britain can �ja�My btar. Its future, however, depended up- . on the extent to which labor and | capital could work together haf^ j monioualy. SIR SAM STILL TALKS. , Toronto. Nov. 13.--Sir Sam Hughes arrived here today and In an interview said he was protesting to 8U' Hubert liorden against the appointment of Lloyd ir.-y-rls to the chairmanship of the Canadian trade commission, in Umdoii. , * , Sir .Sum sahUho had given ^noticp that ho desire*? all orders-in-council curtailing the liberties of press ana people rescinded. lie also said nil would have the manhood registration regulation rescinded aa registration was a farce. Xmas Photos Your portrait will achr* tho Xmas gift problem. It'a th� only thing your friends cannot buy. It'a time now to have them taken. Wo will make a UkeneM thut will be llko you-thls rtad-lo Is known for the high quality of Its work. 1 The Allison Portrait Studio BALMORAL BLOCK LETHSMOOit To Bind Up The Nation's Wounds" i Peace at Long Last ! And that Peace with complete victory, without which every true and loyal son and daughter of the Empire had sworn hostilities should never cease. Our boys have played their glorious part. THEY have finished their work. OUR task, however, is yet to complete. Buy All The Victory Bonds You Can Afford! a�� Thatsour immediate task. Amid the surging, tri- To bring the boys home; to re-establish them in umphant joy of Victory Week, let us not forget our ' civil life; to care for the wounded and disabled; obligations to the living and the dead. Our debt can to provide for the dependants of our glorious never be fully paid-that's true. But we can do dead; to finance British and Allied purchases in ndthing towards its payment without money. That's Canada during the critical months to come will take why the loan must be oversubscribed. hundreds of millions. a month will buy $100 Bond. This space contributed to the ^ir^fW of Canada's Victory Loan, 19J8 by The Lethbtidge Bar Association ;