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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - November 15, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta ' (Buy � Vl Satur-�At teorala*. Ptk Duptn, vbo ia a vbiulin of A. E. Dupn/ Mliatiia In the �rlBter of 15' Epidemic-Big 'liOM in Jtt. Ch^ma* of ThedtoM, , haen ohosea M netor of All ykarllcaa (�iBr�h. Wladaor. I �afc 9�nSo helpa aorae aoldier^^o hmanr\iAaS^ Th��ariibAag WMy n the housdiold aiid in * � eeitiaJnthetPMichaa. our Caaadiain womien are aby^eaQy and ittaMiy, tkawcricimm of their aes. Tbi^ r aaii^bon they ininie toid lUMKte Frc9ctq>tioa td^tDr. i'iAiehJip been so well and fsror. i focltte Met half centui;^^ �MBahoiddtfyitnow. Don't This wouan's tto^c vim, vigor and - �rY7lteft�r teU Pkgv tableto.^ fant.'itaf.-"AiMofc ,_itMTnrafoI�uiU r� p�>n. ;iTh� MOM bntyUa �M .fsrabrttlik IvMwrr THg LETHBRlbGE?^:DAlLY IIERAUI;. � me Battle of ^ Ihe (kowhs Over In Central Europe the crown-eid ^eada are having a battle for tholr lives these da.vs but U ia nothing to "The Battle of the Crowns" being staged in Sunny Southern Alberta this week, with Calgary, bettor known as Hog Town, masquerading as the only tin in the'garbage can. The Vlctroy Loan is the cause of the,great, offensive, and ^ Lethbridge and Calgary seem to be the opposing forces. The objective is to decide who shall gather in the greatest number of crowns on the Governor General's Victory Loan honor flag won by each (Bny a Victory Bohd). Vhe Jnfluenaa is playing havoc still with the coal output bt the mines in this railway divlalon. laatead of-826 can, wlich is the usual dally output, the anott&t now being ^noved has. fallen to less than 100 cars a day. Accordiiis to C. P. R. repoi-ts between 60 and 76 per cent, of the ruin-  -5= v 1 j, ,.......1 en >rt�*ea Taber and Crowa Nest|'="f ^''� campuSagingi' They declared their method bt'flguring-j was ripht, whereupon Mr, Bfialim made a demand for thei fourth crown for Lethbri'dge and it was immediately sent out in the mails. But Lethbridge got even this morning. The tale of the Calgary's hog-gishness soon got about among the workers and they ^^edoubled their efforts yii^lth" the resu\t5;that'ai''11.16 a. m. tod*9^Chairman�BaaUin was able to wire , Victory. LoanV headquarters at' iCalgary as follows:'- '^Lethbi^ldge now entitled to fifthScrpwH on flag, with & total of $1,013^506! Now, come on, Calgary."  Altogether Chairman Baalim" admiu that- a pleasant time has been had, as Bob Edwards woull say. Lethbridge has bisen' camouflaged all along on this flag and crown business. When the flag was. granted at 75 per cent Lethbridge, was not informed, the workers here oellevlng all the time that the Hag. was not granted till 100 per cent was reached-'' At that time Chairman Baalim wired the Victory Loan headqiiarters for South-^ ern Alberta at Calgary, giving fair' warning, as follow*r."We are surprised that \*� were not informed of arrangements for honor flag on reaching 75 per cent of quota. Is there anything further you are holding back for the special benefit of Calgary?" 'LethbridKdt-wUI^BM^^^ individual suhscribdr It.catttsapuy,? 't�lsw.|4a�ir Flags. iunitlon contracts for the atmy are to be caii-celled with utmost caution so a^o safeguard the interests of both labor j and "capital. AH bureaus of the_:war department, it is lea!med. are making a careful sur\'ey ofi the-outstanding contracts and recommendations are. being formulated to cover the industrial demobilization involved iq. the cessation of work on guns, shells and equipment. Officials say thai where a large niimber of \yorkers. .would be-thrown out of work suddenly, or a plant, be seriously embarrassed, the^cracella-tion clafises will not be invoked until the manufacturer has. made, arrange-' ments fbr private contract. . A uniform procedure, such as-blanket cancellation orders, seems impos-'! slble to many officials who-predict ( that each caseS t^f IJI^contintie'', tbi^'b^ j treatedindlvidAa^^l |, . r ''-V-jfy^ S Prot.-ArnoIdiJ. i tobaj; Agrici^turai was'a natlvi ty. VLACKIC-rnFiag '�fi * IIANT'^la�'?an�ljttn .ofowns. BAesANO - ,riao� and aight. . BVAlRIWpi|B^.laa and'Bra^ii , 'uplaer? Papers Diapepsin Sif^p^ albfaith oMheVAlan-Jollege, is;flead,| He -natlyj^jf P^^ri^y, HtiUon^ |!'|un- PsRir HerhsH-Ms psissasss! edsriii tstiisptie-SIspt kM-^isss SsstUst-ERf s ftin siii snattisf, etc. Pare-leil rir kiby's'rsthe*. HeiUsll tsiss. ' ' 50c. tax. AllDnggMt MSUuul r Vour -iftirtEalt; itin* BOlvatho" Xmae 'gift., problem,-It's tlie^only thing your 'me^ds cannot/huy. It's' time "nSW to'have. them iak-WV will '.make a UkeoOBs en. that will be lUce you^this; stu^-lo Is known for the higtt quality of its work. . ? The Allison Portrait Studio . ^ . LETHBRIDOIE BALMORAL BLOCK Miik-fedMeys Chickens Special Week-end Prices on Veal at 18c� 20c & 25� per lb. Drop in the Price of (CONTINUED PROM FRONT PAGE) With only ajtew thousands short of khe million the workers did quittf a 'iSt of "double up" canvassing. Men who has Bub8C|1bed before were urged to help along to the million mark. One prominent merchant was asked last night (or 12000 to help ia the race. This morning he walked in with an application for vSOOO. Many who bad subscribed $5000 .piit up a couple-of thousand more because it was a-good .i|ive�tmei^ and because tbey wanted to see Lethbridge win the honoi% that went along with lt, And now everybody is happy. The loan doesn't close till tomorrow nigbt, and there will be no slacking op. It is possible Lethbridge may yet reach $1,100,000, as there are- a number of possible big suhscriptione in sight. Everyone ia; urged to: ^jt vbehlnd^. Oio Lethbridge Is after. Calgary ^s after it too. It is, tlie hondii>"f havlnjs the largest number of Individual aUbscrib-ers in proportion to the'clty'is"population. Lethbri'dge now stands around the 2!i00 mark. This Is less than last year by over 800. 'Calgary had 9700 subscribers at last i^eport. It la a neck and.neck;4c^ Regular $40.00. Special .... $32.$0 ; .Another set of diners to fumed tlnlshV covered in^fabricoid. ' > Regular $43^50. Special i.. $37.50, SPEClALaiVHltE BLANKEtS > I-/ 60 X SO per i^r $7.50 Chdice Cuts at 18c and;20c Creamery Butter: XLCR Brand, IW Very Cboice: jSreani^^ 21]bilor 95c This ii the litt tlupm^nt ot ihu pariictt^r htdiiA^hvXi tcr we wiD haye Jit the abov^ pricci. Ple^e^phice your drd-l Finest Toinato iC Sausage, % �"M WATCH OUR WINDOWS EVERY SATURDAY. LOWER PRICES LOOKED/ FOR All �iir stiffs vara back at work end there wiU be m deky in deliveriei. T 7'" �:V;� THIRTEENTH STREET N. PHONE 431 Canada Food Board Retail Llcejisa No. 9-7?53 -MAIj^ MARKET, � 'THIRD^'^AVENOE '8QUTH ' PHONES 412 A^D 1388 Canada Food Board I ' Retail Licensev^No. 9-7952 . ; DOMINION MAFf'K'ET! i iCOR. 4TH AVE.-,AND;'6THJ;8T. iflL : ; ., ...^PHONE^f664 Canada Food' Board fietaii ^Icensa Nb. S-78M 5?0846 113536 ;