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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - November 15, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta :�riawn For-:^rOver.tlM MiQioh Mark; last Year's Record Is Beaten right and left SIXTY-FIVE , Lithbrfdfle Victory Loan drlvari smathed rMorda ��, today.',;.Four'ofth�m''fal(: .; ��//:� ' Lathbridge want over the.million mark. . > - . Letttbrldge received lia fourth crown Tor ita honor flagirengeance.vLethbridge ina4e;lt �v n^Ulo^! And that Victory' I^an > tlpg j^th 4ta >flve jjrpWDB swHl 'be at I the'be)Kdan - workers, quit'work. atvm^fight^.^E^uraiay the'total stood al, IWpBO,'. lekving |6l,660 to  be Tpront6,'I^oy.;i5.-The,>um of ?436,-ralaea\6n Ltfcky liYlday. ^The Twhole^ 819,850 liad been-yresorted subBcribed  ifnnt*�ir8S'bB-t&e,job bright and early from all'Canada'up .tljl XI a.m. today. aD3.aB''th&'contracts .were signed up according to;thu^rbpcji'ti'ol^the l)omln-the results ?;were-t{alephoded;'iB to the ion business dfi^mitfoe;' , � -office; ;>At;9:20 the mllliou mark had  Siumnary by proviacbs -y^ere as fol^ been itsaed bjr $2,300. But the eager lowsT*^ -"prorkera at.headquarters 'never .said a Toronto �.. i. ;| 91,140,450 �word;-TTheyKeJ)t urging. along the Ontario , (outside,''Toronto) 132,724,705 .armies who were covering the city and: British Columbld.r, t^'. .,22,255,350 'asihi mliiute&'rolled by reports co7�- Alberta .. V... 12,595,050 tlnued to come in until t|ie coveted' Saskatchewan .y .., 12 33H.850 �tdi, crown ^mark, was reached. A Manitoba /.' 29,689,650 was'almosti as tirilllng-as the news Montreal...... ^ .^r,..J 80,855,860 that'peiliteis^hikd-been sighed.  i iQuebec (outside,Montrfel) 19,357.700 --A. _T-----lljew ^prunswlcK'." ' 1?.833,C00 Nfe�S'^iBcotla^|;-%t i' i i'2Q;G76,450 The Last Chance / i >!i;(Oontinued pi^ Page Ten) Buy a Bond Saturday! It's your last chance. There la a big race on for the honor of having the highest percentaga of bond holdera In the eitlea of Southern^ Alberta, and Chairman Baalim aaya he needa 300 new aubacrtbK era yet to win the honor for the clty^ � I ' V " The local committee waa greats ly cheered this afternoon to'receive the following wire from diao,, trict headquarters: "We hardly feel abte to do Jus-ticp In words of appreciation to yourself and all your associates for the splendid record Lethbrlc/ge haa made in being the first city in the west to embroider on the GoV- ; ernor-CSeneral's flag three crowns, then four and now five. We feel 1 that this evidence of the tlirlft and prosperity of the Lethbrldge district coupled as it Is by other e'xeellent figures from your kindly neighbors In Cardstonj Magnath, ',1 RaymortA. Taber, > Carmangay,. ,Warrier, Foromoat,/Macleod, and other aiirroundlng districts is tijfe j best guarantee' fop still  further j ' prosperity- In the future. The e'it- i laenaof Lethbridge are entitl^;to . be proud of their achievement^ and^' we'^re glad'to note that the wo-. men of Lethbridge did excellent, woric .In canvassing.' (signed) ,WM. TOOLE; Chairman, R. MARNOCH, Vlce-Ch.ilrman." NUMBER 285 Lloyd GeoFi^e Appeals For Return of Coalition Govt. HUNOREDSiLED Associated With tion to 'the Coining Poace - Ctfnf*r(i?n'ce U; S. Dclega thefV -^BdKtlai&nd^r Best Investment t Lethbrjjlge Is gplnov;to,jjo;,over,tha .million mark im can7paUi!>t9dayj�0d, tomorrow, because Lethbridge can- �*i*:i5j!j;^^'-!'',ii::vA^> ^ �.�.'4 Aynstordam, 'Nov. 15.r-Crown Prince Frederick; y^jlllam of Germany ar- Toronto, %pV^i'6,V;"The farmera object 'to oubscriblng'sttf the I Victory Loan because" itrla: fl-W fro'jp tdxatloil," rived at Maastricht on Tuesday-from declared J. J. Morriion, secrefary of Spa, having taken ^circuitous route the United Famiers,; wji^n. asked to- |&jeftE^i^fia;ibbut buying Victory *�,*U�;ihMt^ay?*tj^i*K Ijeavlhg . j'Tnve-Km�i^f-r&tu�;>�' , .. , msningtoiii. 'NOV.. IB.r-AKierlcAni delegates, to : th^ ^leafc jjeapc! icppfet-::..... . ^ _ _ ^.. , - - --^^^i-^^ .ence: are. unddrsSod to httVe^^-bee&^i-;,fou"f b^^^^^ Intereat, a,f!d;yet government bon ..y . . ^.,. ^ct^ by .Present Wilson,-al-^/^th* neighborhood of^^ f^t^^^I^^ SVy ^nda^ though the^^prc^a^ ^yglvrSoXiyX^ethbrlilg^ f^lr^m^riJ^V^^^/z^ '^'^ ^Krf'WCnev^t borrowfcd, and its bonds aold.kt par, and some times at-. �A^Z^^^^^^t^irniii*^ of >He.iDo^inlan. of Panama, wUh ?i*oBrces''a mllloh times-more than Lethbrldgevcan _boast,^ la paying fSm^^. SlJt; You can'fmake ayrrifttalw In buj^rig Victory B^^^ .ann9d.>>'.lntemment was ordered^ but continued, "js/V mafterTof'prYmcip'ie when it became;known that,one oM^e and we c U^e no oOier �tand The , representative of the president; Elihu retained until the ^JJf- rsrir^Slu^d^^^^^^^^^^^^^ nouncement until the place andvttlme of meeting >ha4 been declde^ct-'ttpofl' formally by the inter-allled confer^ncfe' win re-assemble in Prance today, .fr Discussion In well informed; .circles'! today, as .the probable personii(8|;-of the delegation centered upon foUrnien:' They ,are: Robert .Lansing,,-secretary-of State, Mo head the mission; ;Gol. Houpe, now in-Franco attending .{ie inter-allled council a% the personal disarmed _ val'pe.th9rj>>>j!icb; commander at Maas- tricjjt and plhef, officials.' T||.e'^;CCoWh(vPrluce accompanied the comman^er^t^ the latter's home Where . ho' re'mamjl',*wltli hlg suite, ^under - gpftrd; pending InstructiouB from Th^ lAl; tax�|i:": Staveley ti'afmcr Titreatened-^ Wanted Five Thousand Dol-Ian9---Taxi Driver f ' Arrested ~ Rome, Nojr. IS.-^AU, Rome' turned-out yestehd^y .to' welcome Victor Em-manhel,' thef.^sol^ier'-king,;' wW has been at the .Italian .^iSttlefront since The belief is growing hore.-that Presldept: Wilson himself will: attend the opening sessions of therconferenbe, tliough not to sit as a delegate-around the-peace table. ; BULLETINS Likely to Get Strong Liberal Support in the Election^ London, Nov. 15.-More than 100 persons, mostly German offi--cers, have been killed in disorders in Brussels,' and soldiers' councils have been formed in that city and at Antwerp, according to an Amsterdam dispatc^to the Exchange  Telegraph cOTnpany quoting the Telogfaaf. WAR PROeiEMS Premier Stewart, Anxious To Take Up Reconstruction Problems With AH Interested / \ Sinn MANY NEW VOTERS ;\ Fein Likely to I>isplacja1ri " done along tXeseNiWes:*"' , Ier>�tflwa>t-4eel�>t1�4fc'! ^ii8CWiM*omol^l2ili�J^ ,^^j)/the (Jeclaratlor^j^, ^be 'Carefuliyci eoqi i Gfeat: War ..VetenflL.^,.^,.^. ^ ^ tl\fe8 of labor, tl>e^ii�*pi:�MiVW�-cltles, reprel^entat'lvasiromyi^iin ernment with himself as prsmler iihslt. ba continued after the war .tor eh* ^ I work of making peace and carrying OQ "the labor of reconstruction. \ ' Never before were BrlUsb poUttosI conditions as chaotic afl th�y sni today. The war has shUterel old jpArtr, lines. - \ . The electoral reCorm bill Mteptsdby parliament in thasvmmerottUT^ Til* tually. doubled'tho iramber of votenli , giving the ballot to all: woBOB'OTa^ ; 30,'men over 21 and*soldleirs! liide:' 21. This added 6,000,000 troaW and 2,000,00$infln to th� Totlnff Usts. How the women, will vote and what.parties ; the soldiers will Btipport none eatt say^ , The prospect of plunging'the?cottn* try into the excitement and expense of an election at-such tlmea^as th'a . present has excited strong ,;j,oppoal� Uon. On the othen hanif, tl^o legal r life of the.present bouse otcoinpions'v expireid three years ago and it'-'bas , extended Its life from term to.term!% | resolutions. This Has a r>t>romlnent -farmer of tho . Stavejy district received : a letter was, one blaclc crowd o/oheering people. ' i >' �' The king,dIrove.,to the palace in an open carriage:{-AftevmiaiBi-rltal there he wa8Vforced:'to altpddtr at the windows several .tim�8,withv,theaueeh in ihrMia "sponse to'thoicoritlhtioua'storm of l^tV^^,2: WPlause-from the ctAW.outalde. thou fail to deposit ^fi/ir 0 in the-Hfore-mentioned';place: at imidnight^^^'^ glyen dWe.Vthy bani'g will be burnt to aches'."! Untgrtunatelj Mr. lAYorno had not M0,00ftD,thrc}ff away in,this manner nS' daftpite _ tbi^ dread inuring he failed. to.>leBve' any. iraoney.Vtreatlng jthe 'matter ^in ca- practical Joke.The letter-Was .^ignefl. The .Black^iill Bogimen^,�tNewyYork City, U. ^. A. ".A .few days afterwards' tbe barns w;ere';burn^^,forthe grmnd andfollow-Ing shortly afterwa'rdf another letter, this :|:im9 mo>� tbrealjenlnit and'in the: same;.medleyals language;-, !'If/u shalt be Hamilton;; Qirt.;:N#v; - IB,-The ' board-' of' health - l|Sli ,a maetlng yeatsmay to ^^IfMuarthi j|irgoly ' Dr. Roborts; ?afte'$5ft|i5^ iiii espoetfon.^! tJpnsofJhst.VWh /sponsible '^sak.' -sbo't td dearth at an uneipecteT"mora-i w^***?"' 5�^'?116,t%.J B.? MoC -Siij. ' ffUhbt} tiifnest through ndt a hair' 5= ft,' Th ?! sWi-'aofrsticVof tby property tajti^.- SBd*S?52dS ed." ^A^this,juncture. Mr- Unybine FrtC'^'ollil a>es{irt Ibat^^e, Chariep Beaob, one, "'^ 5  >.,MoCu]rdy, % ataairhiansitip ojffcmJUee. He^ ^j^parllimentary blem; Outlying Districts Are Doing Well (Special to the Herald) Cardston, Nov. 14.-^The' .^jOSrdiston committee received the folowing wire dated Calgary, Nov. 13, .today: "Hearty congratulations to,.Cardston district in i attaining the dbyernori General's flag which: goes otAS^l leader ofthe Liberal party, while Mr/" Lloyd George .is a free -lance (.without, any party organization or party '^d* ^WANT PEASANT. COUNCILS v> AjnsteVdam, Novi ,']4.^The new , Qerrnan government, has Issued an appeal to the. peaaant population askjng for the fermatlenof peas-jSntsV councils for/^he purpose 'pf ^^rganizlng food supplies. Theitp-peal says that ,.such voluntary Bo>f:-admin;iig[ratlon is batter than bureaucratic riije. busy. tU^ eje'cdon ^' ^^lcction; oxamlnsd/apdjs ,,p �,,cTn.j, �^.erfectly.sape and Wfl yrS-Trtiiaft newhat';qf a-mystgjr ijanj'and.'Oe'iir, 5rities.,|-^pe;neijj?',?aa- Ilampehi|^^ .lackniall^-Rifim'oiit is.in^s today^iS City- ^ . > l�n'd Jjeq|4ov;| mm Bti' pt senat; Michl. ^f SNew. ^pro^iead--iv|lelBe Londoiv "^Nov. 16.-T^o-ihireat- f enlng at^ltudo^'of thp extr|m�6ts' in, Holiahd.'vybo have dem�fi|Ld^ the abdication, of'Queen .WIIbnM-�'' na, Is' dauaing" anxiety ' at*>1?|�^'?'? \ Hague, accordlpg to the OalfS^Kii^ '> ^resB 'ftEVOLT AOAINST'GERMANS, 'jv Paris, Nov. 14.-VTW0 German >i}on-�ommlsslohed officers landed > 'In an airplane yesterday at Thorn,, 'In the Dufeh^provinee of LImburg, ';i)ieeSrding to: a ^^Ispateh from ;Roermond,.Holland;v They deelar-''ed%'at the populatl^r-of Brussels 'hadf revolted against^ the-,G�emans>,: r,lflterna'tionalv Socialism; and the^botshevlkr; V WON'TiFfcV. RED FLAG wljOndon?: Nov.j,1S..^The crews of Qsrman aubm'afines at> a' mass rr^s'etlng^iatiiBt'iiBSonburtel, accord- , In'o it6'riP;dopenhagen dispatch to, the Dfilly Express, resolved to oppose: thevre^olutiorL; and reinstate fhe Officers, They'declded to fly tho national flag instead of the ,.Tod-flag;,v.,:..: REVOKENSTftlKE ORDBR :;Wa~shiiigt^n,- Nov. 16.-Uneondf. ^ tioiuH^>.i|^�voea^(on":of the  general : .atrll4 explosions in the direction of Ettam,.-whlch werel foUowed'^later hy lighter explosions.' ' pther; expU)B-:^n8 were heard thli afterrioob,' v, WHEAT SI) Ottawi,' Nov. 14.-Fqllowjns thft'ac-' tlon of the alljed'llood ootttrpller,- all orders' and rulings,reojilrlng thp sale, purchase, use or consutn:ptjonj�of 'substitutes of wheat flout are repealed from Thursday,- whath,e?,li), ^tbo trade or. in private housed;* ;"^hSat.�ubstl-. tutes only are affected "by'^ the;'nai^ order. . . .- :... f n TThe present �millin&*extro(�m of Btatidard- flour; will-,bo-retained ,'Jand this; it;: IsXfelt, vf^l^�&ible*�^fflQlent flour to be;OXportedl"f�4to9Vnpads- of; the,.airt^s...  ..r"|:?:W^^' ^ ^ LEAVES FO|t RoSbei -Npy. JS.^-^ipi papal underrsecreti^ry"''^ �night �o^vAmerlra,''-�"'V" behind him. .^He wishes to''coaunuoi,^ the political truce whiob all pai^os declared at the beginning of/tho^^.yar a�d trusts to the slogan that'bo,is ttbtfv^ ,j "leader who won'tit'war" to attta(4t>,..:L' 1 votes. i . The program of his suppor^rs- 'ii v apparently to nominate Lloyd'G^r^ -XdberalB in aU districts, whaife, tho ;ntlf... ? ular Liberal'candidates will, not '-'On^ i' dorse the premier'a platform. U tbiS' I is carried out i^fc meant aapllt in.tlM Liberal party which will bare to de. :i clde.,wbetber ,tb� .premier, or, Aa�sltti' will control. How many, oandldatta ? the Labor party, will nominate aud^ howt^many vote^.ib.iriU muster is a^'^ uncertain. i;Iement. , \ /So far^as .ireland i8,eonoeme4.^thA; t election probably niean!i''ttae almesf total disappearance ot the oM Niilo^ alist/par^ ot ,R�dmond ^and^'DUloft.; in are^expected to Aifeep' soutberp, Ireland, ...but. the. members'., elected by them always rofnSa to tatio their, seats.' , ^ In addition t\tryinc to bold togetb;,! ; or his Coaiffervsjtiye and Liben^ls/suif porters,*the premieres trying to i;�lcon*' cile the Asquith tapUon. Mr. A�qul)ib could have' had a high seat in the r ot Libera^ memberisof ,both. h ^ ,parllamjnt on: Tuesday,' Andreni;.^ ar Law, chat^ciilfor ot .the excbe| also presented the coalition prdg at a meeting of-thfl'OonservattveK , This program is said to lnolu�'J4at 8v'^8rava.icrlBiai �A 7779 01107750 7?6843 54 04316734 ;