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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - November 15, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta ' '"ill'it 1 Ti^|> Wthe Wm* mimmiUUtilmu- n\\ ..........m....... PAGE ?EVE?? , iiubMr1|i�lttiMt�;imoiinM:t�r�y�r Itn million doltarftant^ ev^ry t^ort will bii maiiei��niRHMir aMttaturtfay to bring the amount iio'to liit yeifr'a fifuro or twalVa:inillli�N doilarft . ' ' fh'o: roaiibii�i frank our'�ltlMno'�^araiiy^;oi)r.:f^ mlnoM, anri bH�lnMe-men hat'koon'promiili roady and.ofNotlvo, boaring Ovfdeihet of the thrift: and,: pretporlty i of our ifcoplo, and' of ;tH#lr. fulle�t daaire* to maintain atlltsfurtftafdurlM tha rooonitruttlon pOrled tKat cortfitfenee in ttitf/futura or .titair eountrywtileH haa baan ae eleariy domonatratod" all throueh tKe patlod of "taara, exaltatlona, agonlea anit erUV ot'tht pait fouryeara/, �;.'"-�'/'�:�::.''>.,:.; ^ Not tha whola o^. tha. otamonta of all aueeoaa llaa in eanfidonee but certainly eonfldenea Ira vital elament of auocoaa, liutfof thalr'atroaa confldenes In thOIr arms our flgl^ttng men would not havo aehfevbd that glory which la'tholri bOforo tha world. If wa malittain our oonfldoneo by providing our aharo of the money that eanada^wlll require to Inltlatofurther oonatruotlon worka �ve ihail at leaat be able to aay to our aoldlara when they return that wa have done( Y'llttia boat, howavir email that may .hi eompared with what they V, CHILDREN A?HILD^S bedfth de-^pendsagreatdealiipoii fhefMi^datimi bidin the yean of infancy. Give the ehildien a good start in life by avoiding atimnhuits aiid MUng tfacal tote 0f Cowan's NooiishingCocoa. Tiib Ibod Witt fliakeionr ch^dren 10^^ and prevent then fidliagnpiey to Order a tin of Cowan's Perfection Cocoa to-day. It is purest and best. US. EXPENDITURE BYSIXMW  (Buy Victory Bond). Wathington, Nov. 15.-Revialoa ot tUe^pen^Ing revenue bill with a view to yiolding. 16,000,000,000 payable during the'caUndar year 1919, and not leaa than |4,00O,00O,00O the tollowlnK yo^Rwas recommended by Secretary McsAdoo in a letter to Obairman Sim-inouB, of the senate finance committee^ setting Rye Flour � � MRS. %M. HUFF, with the assistance of Miss Winnie Osboume has kindly offered to demonstrate the. different uses of these flours in bread and cake, also : V - V ..... .......� - Icings , Without Cane Sugar You are cordially invited to visit bur store on Saturday Afternoon and enjoy a cupj of coffee with Us. � '� (Buy a Victory Bondj. Ottawa, Nov. 14.-Today's casualty list Included the following4 INFANTRY Killed In. Action: Major W. T. John-�on, D.C;M;, Fort William, Ont. Accidentally Killed: ,Lieut. J. B. Bins, England. Died of Wounds: George Wells, Vaa-couver; Lieut. J. A. D. Elder, London, Ont. Died: Corp. K. Boyd, Oalgary; Lt. J. O. Sheppard, Cayuga, Ont.; H. Gl JohnatoD, Victoria; Lieut. J. E. Hodg-! lion, Toronto. ' Wounded and Prlsntter of War: G. W. Utiwhelllittg, Vancouver Island, B; C.  Prisoner of War: C. Bradley, Cal-' gary. v. Presumed to Have Died: J. H. Wilson, iVancouver; B. J. Stoney, V*n-, ooiiver." ' Wounded and Gassed: Lieub B. B. Thrldge, 'M.C., Calgary; LlOut. E. J. Ola'rke, ~..--: Wounded: Capt. R. C. Croly," M.C., Beaverton, Ont; Lieut. J.- R. MUler, Toronto; Ueut L. 6. Cronyn, Toronto; Major D. L. Sawyers, VanconTer. Gaised: J. M.'Waugh, Vancouver.":' ARTILLERY Died Of Wounds: Lieut. G. C. Com-with, Toronto. ' Wounded: Lieut. E. W. Pilirim, Dyers Bay, Ont; Lieut. E. D. Searsi West Indies;,'Lieut. G.F.Kuhrlng, St. John, N.B, I y' 111: R; H., Flint, Victoria. .MACHINE GUNS Wounded: Lieut H. W. Crisp, M.M, India. ' ' Ill: J. P. Paxton, Calgary. MOUNTED RIFLES Killed In.Action: Ueut C. L. Nlch-, Olson, Chapleau, Ont. Wounded: Lleut.^J. A; .Beth.une,iTor-onto; Lieut A. W. L;ogie,.M.C., New York; Gapt E. J. Clark, M.C., Vegro-viUa, Alta. MEDICAL SERVICES . Died: Lieut G. W.Hacelett, M.q., Kingston, Ont; Gapt. W. B. Boyce,, Rafrdon, Que. > I Wounded and Oaaaed: papt B. .T ', 164 VICTIMS OF INFLUENZA REPORTED AT MOOSE JAW The H. A. Cpmj>cmy I (Buy a Victory Bond), i Moose Jaw, Nov. 15.-With the Spari;; ista influenca epidemic believed to be, IhiodeF control and the mortality ve-^ ducjBd to two or tbree deaths in. 24 hours, a atateniient 'wab secured frohii the health aQihorltiea showing that in,; the past four weeks there have bisen-154' deaths of actual .residents iOf Moose Jaw.'This total does:not Iqicjudi; persons brought. In to local hospU^J!!^ who aucdumbe$?or thoae whoiwerewlfr iters in the Cltv ancc died either hospitals "or ia jpivste bccTjV Copyright l>HH�rt SchaiTnw & Miniv |j Service in Clothes nPHE greatest success jn business comes, m the end; to * the store that gives the greatest service. We allwant' success; but sometimes we forget that sierving is the way ' . �. ,.:.v v^;/'' :