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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - November 14, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta TFtURSpW. NOVEI^pEl^ U IBIS j the lethbridge dah^y herald .PAGE S^VES^' / SLBERTA'S BRAKE " ,' , V. Edmonton, Alta., November 13, 19l8. TO^TIHE PEOPLE OF ALBERTA: The money ' "* 1- >40Q,000,000 did ing' capital for ,1_____ In BBi^ for the.expeneee .. -----------......... . In caeh bultoo^: Iq good*'from ue, and In part to'pay for her purohiaee of f�bd. materia/ and munltlona, which ahe oculd not haVe taken Without Cai^ada'a financial aeslatanee.. '^v � We thua got a liberal rate of Interett on our money, goodjpr.oflt/on' eurgoode, retained an important marlcet for our export produot8,''jind at the aam'e time kept'the money in Circulation In oiir own country,'SeSur: ing for the majbi-ity'of the people a proaperoua year. Ample proof:'that^ outaide of the necessity of giving^aid to the Empire In the war the'lii-n veaterit w^a a diairable.one'aa a,profitable business proposition. Though the fighting la'over, the necessity to continue our'aid to the Empire' thrcHigh the;aale of ylctory Bonds Is'as great as ever, for nearly the whdIiB of Eiifope has t9> be policed and fed, our men have to be maintained �t the front uiitK peacfe Is-established and order fully restored, and then ^' thfiy have to be brought home arid provided with the me^ns of making � livelihood.- .dur bvjn hsccssity for a'market for 1919 Is-more vital .tfiaft it was for that of 1918, because the miklpg of munltlona and war niaterlal will ceasaV and We shall haVs to maintain our Industrial activities during the transition period, and prdvlde nev^ employment for the workers. The trainlng^amps too will be demobilized and thousands of young men will be turned loose to earn their living, and It win be oun duty to see that an opportunity Is given them tc!>d6 so. We should also have In hand' the capitalinecessary to obtain and ta|rlir_Mnuisr'ltsr tUt^okaaf e of air aaA aesu. srtthllfruQaitaiiCrtTer, MsraoMt and .wK^aesB�>]rriti7 �otf Uaka aB4Lp]Mi)rtair Mas; Hs flsUarettaans aaA Mto^obUel'-' - ' - - m ^^^^^ ^0 (Emn ?vm Soirfe folks beliovo ' - ' - � H # * � In liuhiih46;' / ' '�' " _ "   '  Always'looking for i / , A hunch on .everythi�W,' - -w,  ' ' Well, H you're that kltfd, : �' \denburg remain*, as head > of the supreme German army com-' n^and, according'to � a German < wireless message' received here/^ ..which gives tho textf of a message -: he has sent to'army commanders' ^,'oi^derlng them io lead their ^re'eps' 1 honie In/order and discipline;'^ i4, The^ordar of the field minhal breads. . "/ " '\' � , ' � "To^.all and esp.aclally the army jurojiip', under Field .Marshiil � von MMaekensen: (In Rumania):.''-. � VI'remain, as hitherto, the' head* of the supreme army command, In "�rder to: lead th^ treoiia' hbmi{,~ln  lorder^^and dlaplplltto^ I expect the ' cemmanci, staff. cKffleer.s,non:eomi<: , :/ missioned offIcera^'il'na men to Cien. " tinua to do their duty. '.This Is tV ' bo made Itnown to all tho tre'eaanP. Paris,-Nov. 13-LBOh Siben, advocate general of�ths: P^fl'^'Oourt of apijsals, has/been appointel director of justice tor the province ot Alsace-Lorraine. All is not gold that shows up In a glittering mining - prospectus. New York, Nov. 14.-Charles M. Schwab, general manager of tho Emergency Fleet Corporation, was tho guest of honor la:?t,.'ni^ht at the first of a series of eight/fllnners here planned in honor of;''nation-builders" by the Society ol! Arts,:and Sciences. More than lO.OQ proralnent women were present to pay their respects to Mr. Schwab, -who Was acclaimed as "the master mind of America's shipping industry." Mr.,Schwab declared In his address that tiio Emergeiicy Fleet Corporation will go through with Us program calling for 13,000,000 tons of shipping. In spite 61 the isci that the war Is ended. During October, he said, 416,000 tons of shipping were placed in operation, bringing, the total tonnage built by the corporation above the 3,000,000 mark. Dliring the present month, he said, it is hoped to place 600,0-0 more tons in commission. TOBWTO.M": ,ROYAi.�l The reason for chanjging the shape'of R6yal Yeast Cikes is that it is easier to Wrap square cakes by machinery than round cakes. Each p^ckaee will cont�n five cakes instead of six but the quality and quantity of yeast will be the same as formerly., E. W GILLETT COMPANY LIMITED , TORONTO. CANADA WflffNIPEG , MONTREAL PROHIBITION AFTER WAR? Hold Dominion Legislation IVlay Not  Good When War Ends Ottawa.-Doubts of the cwnstltu-tionality of the Government's prohi- bition legislation in so far as ItsJ^e-lates to/the twelve months after peacei have arisen, and tho Justice bepart-ment is pronouncing upon. It.' A'high opinion there today la that'legislation will be necessary next SBssion to remove doubts. Investigation has elicltad,-the tact that in Great Britain the Defence of the Realm Act, and measures under it, cease automatically with peace. In the Canadian War Measures Oct is a ! provision that the war will be on till ' the Government declares peace by proclamation, and that meanwhile the act will hold good. It is not to be expected, however, that the Government will proclaim a state of war after the allies have de-' Glared peace. �  -:-:-ti__-_  (Buy a Victory Bond). FIRE AT UPPER SANDUSKY Toledo, Ohio, Nov. 14.--Upper Sandusky, a town of about 15,000, la being swept by flames and threatened with destruction. Eight firemen are reported injured by falling walls ot a burning hotel. One entire business block, including the Hotel Fetter, has been wiped out by the fire, which started about 2 a.m. All ot the 100 or more guests in the hotel barely escaped with their lives, minus all their belongings. LIVERPOOL COTTON EXCHANGE Liverpool, Nov. 14.-The cotton exchange, which had 'been ./closed -.since last Friday, re-opened, today and^prices fell a penny a pound, .the-minlmum decline allowed In any day's trading. �...... V Gonfronted as we are by^: those-who have given their all, dare we set a limit to our own sacrifices in Freedoin's caii^e? Our hearts and our sense of duty to God and huniani^ must answer the question:-"How much is expected of me?" s Bpy Victory Issued by Canada's "Victory I^oaa Committer in co-operation with tho Ministpjr of Finance cf the Dominion o! Canada. �Mm X ^...... 00 B9?A ;