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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - November 15, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta T1IF. LF/niBMDGE DAILY IIERATJ� FRIDAY,- NOVEMBER 13, 1918 OF THE GERMANS i THE COAL OUTPUT "The Battle of The Crowns j Hundreds of Miners Laid Off L By Epidemic-Big Loss in ! Tonnage tl'.'.S (Buy a Victor?- Bond). Word was received in the city �iorning that Pte. Tom Dupan. for e*eral month* a prisoner of war In Oeirmany wilt arrive hove on 9*tnr-�Uy morning. Pte. Dupati, who is a consln of A. K. Dupes, enlisted In the winter of 1914-16 with the J3ih C M. K. He later transferred to the Second Tunnelling Corps and it wac while iu action with this unit that he was . ip-mrtd I-ater ho wns repatriated and aw he Is coming home. Rev. Jot. Chapman of Thedford. 0�t,.,baa been chosen at rector of All taints Anglican Ohurcb, Windsor. iBuy a Victory Bond'*. ^'He influenza is playing havoc still with the coal output of the mines in this railway division. Instead of 226 cars, -wfiich in the usual daily output, the amount now belli* moved has. fallen to less than IflO cars ;i day. According to C. P. K. reports he tween 60 and 75 per cent, of the niIters between Taber and Crows Nest are laid off owing to the epidemic. This does not mean that that iiumbc"r ure suffering from the malady, hut that number of families _______. Commerce is the best off with only B> j driver.* Over in Central Kurope the crowned heads nre having a battle for their lives these days but it is nothing (o "The Battle of'the Crowns" being staged in funny Southern Alberta this week, with Calgary, better known as Hog Town, masquerading ns tin in the'garbage can. The Yictroy Loan is the cause of Bl,ort '"^surc the great offensive, and I.rthbrldge and Cnlgary seem to he V\e opposing forces. The objective is to decide who shall gather in Hie greatest number of, crowns on the Governor lieneral's ! Victory Loan honor ting won by eachj city early h\*t wee';. \ A wci-k ag� las: Monday Caigary blamed forth ivttIi the announcement I I^thbrldge will need every individual subscriber it can secure. New Honor FI�bs-Two new honor flags nine been i awarded the subdistrlrt. centering on  hajthbridgn. A special flap has been j granted the Oalt mines for the men ! of No. ;i nnd No, t"> who have done I nobly so fnr. Owing to the flu' opt-i domic Is was impossible to canvass j Coalhurst ns It. should be canvassed i and their quota was cm to ?25,0i)i>, ! so a flag has been earned there also, i This means that every point outside | which has beer, helping I ,ethbrh(ge In the only't,le race has earned its flag. Conl-' dale sent in $10,000 this morning for Honor Flags C. P. R. MEN BEAT LAST YEAR'S RECORD that It was the tir.-d city to win a llag I are "represented i Thi!' "1;u]p ^ethbridge Victory. Loan! i onlv B> i''r'vr-* a little peevol. so the folio*-per cent of their men away. The bah | in ��>-> even by winning not ! v -- ... -'only the flag bin the first crown won by a city in Western Can a la. Th-ni _T*a� LaAtr Cattaft-�rcry ounce M work you oY> help* mtae soldier who  figktag ant their.' Thi� war is bhng Sought as tiuiy is ih� bou�choM snd in Ok* work-sb�o"a.s it is in the trenches. MBat of our Canadian women are Bone down physically and mentmllv, my the wealatessVs of their sei. They uffar froa> backache, drsgging serju-*�n. very nervous and pain in top of bead. If they ask tasVr neighbors; bey will he told o take a ffsvenir Prescription uf Or. Fierce's which tas been so well and f.tror-bly known for the past half cvnturv. weak women should try it now. Don't ait! Begin tcsksy. This woman's tonic �nd nemne w.ll bring vim. vigor and Jilali*y. Sawd I>. V. M. Pierce, Buffalo, Oi. Y, Hte for triU pkg., tablets. r�rw. On!.-"About tkr�* >-�sr �(o t w�� ill is t*n ad *?jjf.j-rd .r.r� pain. Th. doctor Hid t had g%il MOM. but hl� tBKtJ- ui�didBoth�lp toe. A Mifhhot had Men ia� 'F&voriw Prwenp-tino' ft*d a h�d b�ftp-hted hrr k> ntitb �h�t �h* t:rf�d m* to try nirr ot bvr*. ftid th�t tir�t iotm bdwd ma io mucb tii�t I^eottt ape* fcrabatlltw lw��v�ry !i muck wirsnMd �t tho i anu mines h*we 12S of tbolr 500 men off while in many of the other camps the number at work is less than halt the j,-a,w a second crown, usual shift. The loss in coal output i Hut it was about d' third crown on this railway division alone repp;-' that the reai battle was staged. On sents at apfdemlc least 130.O0H tons started. since Ine) Two deaths in Uie city from in ftuenza and complication* 'lave been reported over nigh; and up till noon today bringing the fataiity lis: to 4t>. TIip heaviest death toll of the epidemic has occttrrrd during week. On Thursday thc> were 21 resid elves orrlered into quarantine, increasing the number of fi'i cases bv about .'vfl. At the same time 14 houses rep resenting about L'" case-i were temo\-ed from quarantine These figures would seem 'o Indicate that the flu tituation is about where it was two weeks ago Wednesday morning n;' this week al'J the LethbvldKe committee wired Calgary that, having reached J'.''.'0."ntl l.ethbriilue whs entitb'd to the third" i ro�:i. Calgary acknowlediv d '!�.-.' clatm and I.ethbtiige -^ot ihe in-d't. even as far east as Toronto, of being | the first Alheit.i cit> to r-.i.-h the third ' crown objective. Itttt during the day : i.'algary sneaked in and claimed � . , much of the glory as p.M�*in (ot a Itw atr*. ItbMW'r (�il�d t" iwtort � U) r*rftct Bilvh."-Mrt.tltztbtlk Brmm, I'. C\ Boi Paris. N'ov. I.V-Oit Hlrs hauer of the L'nd I'Yench army, will read: Metz on Sunday evening, according to the Echo de Purls. He will ray make an official entry into the r:>:n d'tiii't know about :! Ar,(j \au lie very sure that Calgary didn' > �? :..:�( the Kisariuit 'he i'\ v.ay l.ethbridge earn-J e tlau at f {'>�.� "'. tirst erown at I.W.'....... �ecoiid crown .i' $>;?.". 'nut third c; J7.VT..""". fourth .row u ,c fifth i row n at ?l."l-\>o. e\. r.OO e,\ri'.itlg .1 Slew iMW'l. The i�nl) m' l,eth,.ridt'e I" !.')t  tile t'.ll^ur: gallic >' , !h ' t i g"t $4>>">> imio in a �hir.l ( ruv.n v'11.�- r � ".ill i alba \'; ( >r> l.o.iti i; ..i.tquarters Calg.i-v last n: and accii-ieil them ,,r it!tl~:'itij lr,k' X.tiilitr "  Altofrthei chairman Baalim adini^ 'hat a pi�a��:t! l.tin- ha* hern had. H'>b Kdwardi woull say. LethbridKe llaM all alon� oil this {la* and croAll hud ties* When the Ha^ v.a.i Ktaiited at 7,"> p.-r cent I,et abndm; w�* iw in-formed, 'lie worker* hen: hellevint; .ill th� lillle that t,.e tiaK �Si nm Rraa: �-J till l.aj jpt: cent �'n ivu.-heil. .\t that time Cumrniaii liaaliin wireii the Victory Kuan headquarters for .-'oui:.-ern Alb'irtu at Culisa.r>. Kivintt tair warnlnic. an follows: "\S'e are -in'-prised that �\ e.e not informed ui . urruugenuuit.-i for honor Hag 011 reaching "a per ' cut of quota. Iri then- .iii> thing further yen are holdlim h.c k for 1 the ap^cial heitetit of Calgary'.'" Choice Cuts at 15c, 18c and 20c per lb. Creamery Butter XLCR Brand, lb. � (CO.Nvm'l"KJ> KftOM FRONT't'AOB) j With only a tew ihousaiidfi short ut 'Jjte million the workers did quite a ' l&t of "double up" canvassing. Men I who h�H subscribed before were urged ; to help along to the million mark One ; prominent merchant was asked lattt j night for 12000 to help ia the race : This morning he walked in with an j application for vfi0tM>. Many who had j subscribed $5000 put up a couple of thousand more because, it wa� a good j investmeiA and because they wanted i to see Luthbridge win the, honor's that i went along with it. ' And now everybody is happy. The i loan doesn't clone till tomorrow night, I and there will he no slacking up. It , is possible Lethbridge may yet reach j $1,100,001), as there are a number of i possible big Niihserlptions iu night, i Everyone is urged to g_jt behind the commjitee and make the total uk high i an possible. | Incidentally then; iti another honor ! Lathhildge U after. Calgary is after ! I it too. It is the honor ot having the ! largest number of Individual subscrib-'ers In proportion to the city's popuia-| tion. l.ethbridge now stands around the 'JaOU mark. This in less than last year hy over a00. 'hilgary had !l"0d Bitbscrlbera at last report. It is it neck and neck .-ic,5 tor tho honors, a�4 i livin"". room furniture BEDROOM FURNITURE children's oept DRAPERIES CROCK LR Y AWDEN R. O S� j^^i^ 3RD AVENUE SOUTH, LETHBRIDGE phone 625 DEN & LIBRARY FURNITURE DINING ROOM FURNITURE WINDOW SHADES CARPETS LINOLEUM Week-end Specials in Dining-room Furniture BUFFETS Solid Oak Buffet, fumed or guidon finish with mirror hack, linen und two sinnll drawer* and large rooinv cabinet. Regular $32.50. Special ... $29.00 Very heavy construction, built of selected quarter cut oak In altbar fumed or goldfn finish, larKe bevel plate glass mirror, roomy crfblnet with hhelt, linen drawer and two mi'.alt drawers. Recular $60.00. Special ... $49.50 EXTENSION TABLES Quarter cut oak eauniton table with heavy pedestal base, 4,4 Inch top attending to aU feet, either fumed or golden finish. Regular $40.00. Special .. .. $39.00 ONE SET ONLY e'ull �iip seat diners, covered in genuine leather, made of selected quarter cut oak. Regular $45.00. Special ... $37.50 SOLID OAK EXTENSION TABLE redeata! base. -48 inch U.p, extends to six $32.50 feet. Regular $37.50. Special ANOTHER ONE Made of tannine solid oak, 44 inch top, six foot extension with pedestal bnse, fumed finish. Regular $29.50. Special ... $25.00 DINERS Rot dining chairs, five small and one arm, pad saats covered In green fahrlcold, golden finish. Ono sot only at this price. Regular $40.00. Special .... $32.50 Another set of diners in fumed finish, covered in fabrlcoid. Regular $43.50. Special ... $37.50 Very Choice Creamery, 2 lbs for 95c This is the last shipment of this particular brand of butter we will have at the above prices. Please place your orders early. SPECIAL-WHITE BLANKETS $7.50 60x80 per pair Finest Tomato V% Sausage, lb. WATCH OUR WINDOWS EVERY SATURDAY LOWER PRICES LOOKED FOR All our staffs are back at work and there will be no delay in deliveriot* "aM� P. BURNS & CO, LTD. PALACE MARKET THIRTEENTH STREET N. PHONE 431 Canada Food Board Retail License No. 9-735} MAIN MARKET THIRD AVENUE 8QUTH PHONES 412 AND 1388 Canada Food Board Retail License No. 9-7952 . DOMINION MARKET COR. 4TH AVE. AND 6TH 8T. PHONE 1654 Canada Food Board fletail Licensa No. S-78M 30 467817 6648460? ;