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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - November 15, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 15, TI1K L.li.'1'llBKIDtil'; DA11.V PAGE SEVEN Thanks To The Workers tic The Ssuthsrn Albert* executive, before the close of the campaign desire* to record the gratitude which they are aura that every oltlien feeta toward* Mia Victory Loan werkere. Every ona af thsin, who have brought aucceaa to Canada'a oall for fineness from Southern Albarta from Red Deer to the International boundary. On Thursday night our total subscriptions amounted to over tan million dollar* and every effort will l.e made on Friday and Saturday to bring the amount up to last year'* figure of twelve million dollars. The reason** from our cltiuna generally, our fai-mere, coal miners, fir.il bu�lncoc men ha* been prompt, ready and effective, bearing evidence of the thrift and prosperity of our people, and of their fulleet desires to maintain still further during ths reconstruction psrlod that confidence in ths,ifuture of their country which has been so clearly demonstrated all through the psrlod of "tears, exaltations, agonies and crt*�" of the past four years. Not the whole of the elements of all succsss liss in confidence but certainly confidence Is a vital element of success. But for their' strong '.onfidonci in their arms our fighting men would not have achieved that glory which Is theirs before the world. If we maintain our confidence by providing our share of the money that Canada will require to Initiate further construction works we shall it least be able to say to our soldiers when they return that wa have done - little best, however small that may be compared with what they -..J their fallen comradea have done, for Canada and the general prosperity of our country will be aeeured and maintained. It is our sincere hope thst before midnight en tsturday there will not be one single person in Southern Alberta who cannot truthfully say that he cr chc has bought Victory Bonds to the limit of his or h*r ability. WM. TOOLE, Chairman, O. R. MARNOCH. Vice-Chalrman, Southern Alberta Executive, Victory Loan, 1918. PEACE REDUCES U. S. EXPENDITURE tBuy a Victory Bond). Washington. Nov. 1">.-Revision ot the7 pending revenue hill with a view to yielding $6,000,000.(100 payable during the cnlendar year 1S19, and not loss than $4,000,000,000 the following yearn was rocommonded by Secretary McAdoo in a letter to Chairman Sim-inoiiH, of tlm senate finance committee. Betting forth the treasury's financial program for the reconstruction period. Tlin secretary estimated that ex-pondlturoa during Hie fiscal year ending next June 80, now would be $18,-000,000,000, instead of the $24,000,000,-000 estimated before there were pros-poets of peace. He declared for continuance of the policy of lending to the allies for a limited time during reconstruction after peace to enable them to purchase food-stuffs, raw materials and manufactured products in this country. Mr. McAdoo did not refer to tho fifth war loan, which probably will bo floated next spring, but he indicated that the kIzo of this might be around $i�,000,000,000 to make up the difference between the $0,000,000,000 of taxes pitta Ifi.RGfi.OOO.OOO gathered from the fourth Liberty Loan and tho $18,000,000,000 ot expenses. Ottawa. Nov. IT. "in'� ,.0�t i,r living branch makes the following report to the minister ot labor regarding stocks in cold storage in on hand, other than cold s'oruv and j,nsf>,9S.t dozen ot frozen e^g-i. Thi." is 2C> percent, less In .;',;>!> pound;! of other poultry. Fish, 20,454,212 pounds, a 02 per cent, in crease over last year. ENOS ROBUST CHILDREN ACHILD'S health depends a greatdeal upon the foundation laid in the yean of infancy. Give the children a good start in life by avoiding atimolants and feeding them lota of Cowan's NourishingCocoa. This food will make your children robust and pre-vent them falling a prey to epidemics. Order a tin of Cowan's Perfection Cocoa to-day. It is purest and best. nttt UMKlk. U-SM. Demonstration of Flour Substitutes Corn Flour, Barley Flour Rye Flour MRS. W. M. HUFF, with the assistance of Miss Winnie Osbourne has kindly offered to demonstrate the different uses of these flours in bread and cake, also Icings Without Cane Sugar You are cordially invited to visit our store on Saturday Afternoon and enjoy a cup of coffee with us. I Buy a Victory Hor.di. Ottawa. Nov. T4.-Today's casualty list Included tho following: INFANTRY Killed In Action; Major W. T. John-son. D.C.M.. Kort William, Ont. Accidentally Killed: Lieut. J. I!. Bins, England. Died of Wounds: George Wells, Vancouver; Lieut. J. A. I'. Elder, I^ondon, Ont. Died: Corp. K. Boy!. ca'.Rsry; Li. J. D. Shcppnrd. Cayuga. Ont.; II. C. Johnston, Victoria; Lieut. J. E. Hodgson, Toronto. Wounded and Prisoner of War: G. W. Uuwhellllng, Vancouver Island. D. C. Prisoner of War: C. Bradley. Calgary. Presumed to Have Died: .1. H. Wilson, Vancouver; It. J. Stoncy, Vancouver. Wounded and (,a�setl: Lieut. K. E. Thrldgo. M.C. Calgary, Lieut. E. J. Clarke. O.C.M . Calory. Gnssed; Lieut. L. O. Valequotte. Ottawa; A. N. Davln, Westminster, B.C.: Lieut. O. W. Iloblnsnn, Toronto; P. II. Clemitaon, Adelpher, B.C.: Lieut. .1. E. Amelenon, U!, Alta.; Lieut. J. H. Cameron, Vancouver. Wounded: K. J, Edwards. Vancouver; Corp. J. P. Power. Thrums. B.C.: M. Thomas. Calgary; V. P. Cotton. Vaneouvor: K. Stevens, Vancouver; Lieut. .1. V. McKenxle, Ixmdon. Ont.; Lieut. J. Cutting. England; Lieut. H. V. Ko*|r, Quebec; ('apt. 11. 8. Thaln. England; Llsut. J. It. Uogers, Oko-toks. Alta.; Lieut. C. H. Brook, M.M.. ! Bellevllla. Ont.; Llout, Angus Snther-land, Scotland; E J. Forder. Edmonton; L. P. Kins. Vancouver; Corp. .1 Hunter, Edmonton; W. W. Oordon. Warner, Alta.; A. L. Holtby. Prince Itupert. DC; W. M. McGlnnls. Waldo. B.C.; Lieut. C. D. Wootten. Andover. N.B.; Lieut. H. E. Ilond. New Went-minster. B.C.; Corp. C E. Torrey. Bd-monton; Lieut. C. V. Haywood, Toronto; Lieut. T. C. McPherson St. Ed-woir. M.C., Vancouver. Burned: O. F. Wilson, Calgary. ENGINEERS Killed in Action: Major G. II Shaw, Bnglsnd. Wounded: Capt. It. O. Croly, M.C. Heaverton. Ont.; Lieut. J. R. Miller, i Toronto; Lieut. L. G. Cronyn. Toronto: Major D. L. Sawyers. Vancouver. Gassed: J. M. Waugh. Vancouver. ARTILLERY Dlsd of Wounds: Llsut. G. C. Corn-with, Toronto. -Wounded: Lieut. E. W. Pilgrim, Dyers Bay, Ont.; Lieut. E. D. Sears. West Indies; Lieut, G. V. Kuhrlne, St. John, N.B. Ill: It. H. Flint. Victoria. MACHINE GUNS Wounded: Lieut. H. W. Crisp, MM., India. Ill: J. P. Paston, Calgary MOUNTED RIFLES Killed in Action: Lieut, c !,, Nicholson, Chaplesu, Ont. Wounded: Lieut, J. A. Bethune, Toronto; Ueut. A. W. Logle. M.C, New York; Capt. E. J. Clark, M.C, Vegro-vllle, Alta. MEDICAL SERVICES Died: Lieut. O. W. Haselett, M.C, Kingston, Ont.; Capt. W. E. Boyce, Hajvdou, Que. Wounded end Gassed: Capt. B. T. Curran, England. Ill: Ndrslng Bister Ella WUlett. Montreal. Wounded: F. I> Copyright Service in Clothes Selling THE greatest success in business comes, in the end, to the store that gives the greatest service. We all want success; but sometimes we forget that serving is the way to it. Serving, as we understand it, means more than "waiting on" a customer pleasantly, delivering his purchase promptly, etc. Service begins when we buy, not when we sell; yes, before we buy; it begins with the makers of our goods. That's why we buy, and sell Hart Schaffner & Marx clothes They serve; they serve the wearer. And that's why you ought to buy and wear them, and be content with nothing else. Louis Keel The home of Hart Schaffner & Marx clothes ;