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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - November 14, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta ^FOURTEEN THE LETHimiQGE DAILY HERALD ..'JTIUHSDAY, NOVKMHMH .11, llUrt h alberta Close to the ien Moat of the Southern Districts Have Already Gone Over * . Their Allotment (Special to the Herat.)' CalgaT^, Nov. M.-Congratulatory telegrams from m�ii;v sources are be lug received by the Southern Alberta xec'uttvo Victory l.oftn 1PIS upon the Splendid accomplishment of Southern Alberta in passing its objective early this week. Among those who have �ent. fraternal telegrams from point* outside the district arc Hon. C. A. Dun-fling, Hon. chairman for Saskatchewan; W. Ross Alger, secretary Northern Alberta and W. H. MnlkitJ, chairman for Brittstb. Columbia. ICR. Wood, chairman Dominion executive, wires William 71. Tool, chair-wan Southern Alberta committee, a follow*. "Heartiest congratulations to your-elf. your able chairman. Mr. Mar-eioch and all the enthusiastic worker* of Southern Alberta on the magnificent results which you have cbtain-ed so far under most trying ootirii-lions. Reaching yosr objective at tin* date in the campaign is an achievement worthy of you all. Hav� ?iven the glad new? to the chairman of the Jre's Committee '.n order fait people of C�nat the minister of finance subscription list? for the Victory Loan. 1918. must r)os� November ^xteenth. No -r,b-aM'ription may be Accepted a iter that, date except those received from Victory Loan headquarter* who are responsible for seeing Khat the sppti.'-a-tion�i originated on or twfore November 16th and t\w received by mail from other parties, provided the covering envelope bear.* evidence of iiav-ing been mailed not latet tlir.ii November l�t!i. It is understood tha*. this will not prevent canvasser* work. Jng later in the country .Saturday night from turning in their subscriptions as soon, thereafter as possible. Many Honor Flag*. Honor (lags and crowns are now being claimed from all parts of Southern Alberta and the amended list of then which appears elsewhere In this issue it a tribute to the energy of organizers and the public in all corners of the territory. As forsahsAowed yesterday all three of the lttger cities, Medicine Hat, I.etnbridge and Calgary claimed their third crown yeaterla.,' �and the competition between then", is now settling dowe. to the one wl.o - I wine the fourth crown first. Heavy winnings of crowns nnd flags have come in from country points im will be noticed in the published list. Just what sum may be reached by Southern Alberta is of course ("nlec-turo. but the figure of twelve milliom is being mentioned about executive headquarters. Patriotism and common sense both contribute to the belief that, this sum may be reached as it is unlikely the peoplo of this country will ever again have an opportunity to buy the bonds of Canada at a price to yield them five and one-halt per cent. Istoiest. It in also generally ex-peoted Victory Bonds will show an Immediate increase in value over var n.� soon as the markets of the, United States opon for international business. Theio considerations in addition to the patriotic responsibility of providing the-government with ample funds in these strenuous times are lending mou who never bought bonds beforo to invest and others who have bought are summing "P their affairs ar.am with a view to increasing their subscriptions to the highest possible fls-ure. t^ie southern divisions stand today as follows: Crows Nest. IS3�.30O. Macleod, Claresholm kihI Pincher Cree* $:,8l\70Q. Lethbridge division, including I^eth-brlrt*e district. Taher. Foremost. Warner. Milk River, New Dayton, Uarons and Cnrmangsy. $t.l3.*.S0i>. Cardstou. Mngrath and Raymond, Medicine Hat dlT'.slou. Including Hettaw line, ITUG.TOil. The total for the south is {f.nsi.Oo'.1. Going Over- Objective. It now appears evident that no dlvi-ion in Southern Alberta will fail to reach Its objective. Several are al-rosdy well over It. The districts in -vaieb the cities of .Medicine Hat. 1/etbbrldge and. Calgary are located ar* already far over their objective as 1 are also the Macleod-Ptneher Creek-Claresholru division and Crown Nest I Pass. The Cardston-Mugrath-Ray-tnond division has gone comfortably over the top. and the High. River-Nan-tOu-Vulean-OkOloks division is close to its oblective. This is also true .t BessaBo-Brox)ks.Bmpress-.l�'uner di---slon. Stettjer-Casior-Coronatlon-Moni-tt>r is almost at the winning point. H*>d DsBr-Olda-binisfall division show largo Increases. Good work is being done !n Rocky Mountains Park by Barney CoUIsob. wno is hitting the high spots in the province in more meanings then one. *The town of Gleichen and district shoirH another Jump of forty thousand dollars. The towns of Warner and Foremost which have been badly handicapped by illness are now coming In strong. \ Medicine Hat city promises a whirl-wind finish anil canvassers are confident of hitting-the-million marl:. Med-icln* Hat city now shows close to eight hundred thousand, which is fifty per cent, over quota. The cltv took fifty thousand dollars for its slnkhg fund and the district is gaining e.very day over last year's totals. Special are still needed child gave all Victory Loan Subscription Passed the Four Hundred Million Mark Toronto. Nov, II.-t*p till 1 p.m. today the reported subscriptions to the Victory I/oan wore $H)I.I,"!'.2.'.o. ..\c-cording to the summary issued by the nonunion business committed the following was the return by provinces: Hritisli OoltimtiM. j:'o,2.-].::r.O: Alberta. �in,724.:;:,0; Saskatchewan. $10*. TG1.4T>0; Manitoba. SilT.TS.V.'oo: Montreal, So.fifi.'.S.'ii; Quebec, outside of Montreal. 5J T.T 1 !.*s."�t".lll".>.l.".'l; Prince 1*1 ward Maud. 51..">r>".'J0n; Toronto. 57S..':!l..'v'0: Outarii), outside of Toronto. JIL'l.!>;!>;,"."iO; Hominion total last year. ?2iU,15J.",",ii. Purthrr returns from the province of Quebec wired to the central committee here at 1 o'clock broucht the total of the Victory Loan for all Canada at that hour to $4i>:uor>.Oc'.'. The Germans have discarded the Kaiser's Iron Cross as a badge of shame. It would make a fitting decoration for the man who has no Victory Loan button. One of the next blR events of the year will be tho Soldiers' Kiddles' t'hristnns Tree,. With the big boost i;iven tho Rotary Club funds for this purpose by means of the Kangaroo I Court on Monday It is certain that the event will be all that could be desired, but more funds are always acceptable. On Wednesday the total was boosted by $27.01. The $27 came in the u--u.il way. but about the til cents hntiKs n talo: On Wednesday afternoon a little cirl only seven years of ate called at tho Victory Loan headquarter.-*. To Arthur Itaalim she handed a neat little package. "Please, this is my bank, and I want to give it to the Soldiers' Kiddies' Christmas Tree." Mr. tiaalim unwrapped the parcel, and there lay ^1 coppers, two nickels and two dimes. Kvery cent the child had In her bank i-lie had heavtily given for tho good time It is proposed to have Cor the kiddies ot Lcthbridge'R brave soldiers on their first peace Christmas. With an inspiration like 11;at the notary club is going to redouble Its efforts for the occasion nr.d the members fee! sure that the people of l.eth-bridgo. will support them to the limit. dies of'flu I Medicine Hat. Nov. U.-Rev. Arthur Mullln.s Harding, rector of Holy Trinity Church ot this city, died at t.,10 Wednesday morning from influenza contracted while aiding in the fight against the epidemic in the Finn's Lake district. He war. born in England in 1S9* and was a graduati of Oxford. He came to Canada in 1 *� 11 and was transferred to Medicine Hat on the opening of Holy Trinity �church. old timer, dead ! One of Best Known Citizens of; | liithbridge-Active in Mas-1 onic Order-Homestead Inspector TURK LEADERS FLEE Paris. Nov. 14.-Turks residing in Switzerland are informed that Talaat Pasha, former grand vizier, and minister cf finance; Envec Pasha, former minister of war, and Djemal Pasha, former minister of marine, have fled from Constantinople. Th;y are accused of embezzlement and other crimes, according to advices received here. ; mention is made of good servioj given J by William Conrod in boot-tint; his I district total*. |T you want to bring Music into your *� home, you cannot be more certain of getting ^complete_ satisfaction than by buying 8*# Although the Pathephone~ la the Mfhest type of Phonograph" made and possesses advantages not found in other makes, it does not cost any more than an ordinary PhotMfraph. For instance, the illustration shows a Palhe-phooe selling a* S1S7.80. Compxre this Pathephooe*with any other make cf Phonograph and yam wilt agree that to look for better is utter waste of effort. Mot* th� foUowiog points: \A eases* aW h~atitaify �ulil> I if 'bCMtkfxy, Wmlnut er FeuMeaf Om�. flevs ANY dUk recorW. that pimcinf mt your fmmmtd thm eemMseai Jteeera' fiWartee / tha leerle?, in-eJsssttnf Ikm tmmmmi files' reevrtf, ithith plmya mitk nenent gawaean Seats*ara aWi inttmmi ( ih* ser�tcA>, i 4mtrmfi*g llssl neeatw. Thm Fmthm' (ana confrel, en ingenioua mf t*n* mt ymr ajfeaaejre. It is the fineat Photograph la its price daaa, finer than you lied hoped to own." A small cash p�vmeiU-probably lea* than ytw had expect ad to pay-will take it to your Home any time you may direct THE PATHlf FRERES PHONOGRAPH SALES CO. TORONTO ^____-^-mm^mm Pmthi fndtuit tan amly *� thlaimtd fr*m _ 99 LOCAL DEALERS HUDSON'S BAY CO., LETHBRIDGE Oneo more dentil 1ms einered the} ranks of the old timers the city audi removed one who has been in I.eth-j bridpe almost from tho time the town' was established. T-his morning nl 1 ll.l'.n Huch yk'ott suec.umbei to heart1 failure after a lout: battle with in-1 tliienzn which developed into pnen-! monia. Tho late Mr. Scott had re-1 covered from tho pneumonia but the [ attack hud left his hear! so weak that J recovery was impossible. j The late HukU Scott came to l.ffth-i bridge from Ayrshire. Scotland, hnv-; Deo Special Offering for FrL & Sat. Only "The Designer for 1 Year Regular value is $1.75. This is a bright magazine full of interesting stories, illustrations of Fancy Needle work and household hints on cooking. THE LATEST STANDARD PATTERNS appear in each publication of The Designer-These patterns you will find after once using to be the most simple and economical paper patterns to be bad in the Canadian market. SUBSCRIBE NOW FOR THE DESIGNER 89c-f or the Year- The Simpson Co., Limited is brother of i ) FARMER SUICIDES I L e THE LATE HUGH SCOTT liiK been horn n�>ar th� home of Robert 11 urn.i'. He arrived in 18SS, and at oiieo became, connected with the coal mining business witli which he iv.is connected mull after the beginning of this century. IjeinK an employe of the Gult Collieries, in 1S90 he watt followed by the remainder of the Scott family who have made I.eth-bridge their home ever since. After severing his connection with the Gait Collieries Mr. Scott was city waterniaster for a number of yearn. In T.M2 he was appointed a homestead Inspector in the /.audi Department for,the I.cthbridne district, which position he hold at the time of bin death. Deceased leaves 10 mourn him, besides it sorrowing widow, three sons, Hugh J. 11. aKed Hi, William T. A. ng'-d 17 and Arthur \V. Q. uroiI 11. His mother, .Mis. Robert Scott, and Mx brothers al.-o survive, llobert, John, Andrew and Ale^ In l.eth-bridge, William with the 39th Battery in Kronen and Thomas at Commerce. The late .Mr. Scott was an active me.ruber of the .Masonic order, and was at one time District Deputy (Irund Mastur. He was 11 Presbyterian in.religion and a staunch Conservative in politic*. Hn was also a member of the I. (). O. P. The funeral arrangements have not yet been pmiouuced but tho MasoiiB will be in charge. constables are liecoKiiltion of the services see formed by Oonatubln Allen of the A. 1\1\, "D" division, in the arrost of Chan. Matthews, horso thief and Jail breaker who wits found armed to tho teeth In liis hhack on his rfcnch near l'incher ('reek after having escaped from the Jail hern a nec.ond Mme, is given in orders indued by Supt. Aryan. Conat. Allon has been granted $25 from the fine fund, while Const. Mo-gan of Pincher Crook, who took pfcrt in tho capture has been promoted to the rank ot corporal, and now wears Vwa Btrlpea. \ The Typographical .louvnal britiK* word to i.ethbridgi) of an honor ran-forre;] on I.ioul. S. T. Hekofski. a bro Hut of A. V. Hekofski of the Herald composing room staff: "l.leu1. S. T. I(id:ijf�ki. a charter member of No. O",;, !lglna, who is now serving overseas with the royal air force, has been wounded and Is now in hospiral in London. In a letter Lieut. Hekofski encloses the following citation from the headiiuariers of tho French fifth army, which, coming through tho Flench orders, bring* to him tho French croix de guerre, first-class with gold palm: "Ueiit/ S. T. Koliofski, royal nir force,---siiiiadron, during two sue- cosslvo days, tho attacks by the Infantry in liaison with tho air forces flying at a low altitude, thus exposing themselves to the onemy mitrailleuses, not taking into consideration tho artillery of the enemy, notably ,m July 24, while flying at less than lt)0 _uietrf!H from tho ground In reconnoltufing above an enemy location, was wounded by flvo bullets, tin succeeded iti'wiling back to the lines, bringing precious Information to the officer commanding. "Lieut. Hekofski first enlisted in He-glna in 1!�14 and has seen .service with tho C.A.S.e. artillery as well as being with tho royal air force. AlthwUSh Ills wounds are doing well, ho will have a silver plate put in his wrist, as tho bono was badly shattered." Only (in.- new death from influenza is n;p.>r:ed in the eity today This | brings the total futaiity- list frbm In-llueiiza up to 44! | There is more evidence today that ; Monday's eolebratlon resulted in a 1 number of new case*. On Wednesday 'W new houses were ordered placed in jipiiiraiulne. Of these 10 wero Houth jof the track. At the same time 14 | were, released from quarantine. This 'indicates that almost as many are j recovering as aro contracting the j malady. I A number of well known business ! men are reported as victims of tho cpl-lilemlc this morning. Mouse .lav.- ,\'ov. l:!. Percy I.. Hay-craft, a well'oilo farmer re>lilin" uboui three ..ml a half milc:t from Cre.-twynil. southeast of Moose Jaw.  "mmitteil miieiii.. on Monday night or early Tuo'day morning by shooting himself directly over tho heart with a double barrelled Hbot. gun. He hnd been an inmate of Selkirk'mid Hat tleford asylums on three aopara^o or. cnslon.t. On the table in his house w�,j nn open bible and beside it a last will and testament which from tho lung uage used leads the authorities to believe that the deed wa� committed while Insane. The coroner Raid an In-3C Molroao Raking Powder. ip-In 1� 01. tins, 2 for_____. *tOC One Pound of ilrsld's Host Coffee and ono Pound of Braid's Host Tea, . Special for t.wo.................. 811k Skin Tollot Soup, aa per box of S burs ...... JUC Now Pack Tomatoes, Af" large tins, 5 tins for____"DC Now Pack Canned Poaw, f #� por tin ............... IOC for Now Puck Corn, 2 tins, 45c Sherbet, this makes a 1.15 doliclous drink, per tin. Potato Flour, 2 pkga. for 45c Paullu's Sodas in'2 lb. op Iiackages, .each ---- ----JwC St. Charles Milk, tumlly Pa size, 7 thm for ......... UvC JUST TO REMIND YOU Wt DELIVER FREE AND GUARANTEE ALL OUR OOODS OR YOUR MONEY REf UNOEO. Supina & Son QUALITY MERCHANDISE 230 THIRTEENTH ST. N. 051130 076 ;