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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - November 16, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta Towns Go Over the Top Ajid Tak^ Mjany Crowns on Way ^Saymond Gets Four Crowns-New Dayton Lands Eight- Xlaresholm Doubles Allotment-Cardsion Doing Splendidly-^Pass Towns ;Pick Up Growns-Pincher Creek and Macleod jGet New Crowns. 125 MILLION STILL REQUIRED TO HIT ^ , QOOD FOR MACLEOD Late this a'ternoon, Duncan J. Campbell, wlrod the Herald: "Macleod Jiau toni- ciowub with over $285,000.", Raymond Haa Four Crowna n;�.Winner (Hpeclal to tJie Hoiald)  New Dayton, Nov; 10--T7New Dayton went over the'top this'moaihig In the Victory Loan with what-is perhaps J th,e..tln�l amount in .the cajnpaiga for -lover 111,000, entifcflnguB tb 'an honor 'on the~Victory Loan drive. TodaV the c r ^ ^ ' ' :' Cia'rethotm Doublva Up. : / - -.fSpeolalilto the lieraM) . ^ Claresholm, Nov, 16.-No place in ^-vinftn   �'i >� . Alberta bM-do^e better for the Victory, f'?**?; I." > / Loan than Ciaresholm. .With only I r^Mcine Hat and Lctbbr^dge cities rapre thaii dburiled Its objective. On Calgary haa'four,'Wowns and Toronto, November IC.-At noon_ today the reported subscriptions to "the Victory-Loan, 1918, Indicated that les."} than $25,000,000 wa.WiK"T. 0. Maaaryk, was claeted pr'dvmi?t, according to an offieliil dIapAch from Prague. ELECTIOliV.tAMPAIGN OPENS London,- ,Sov. '16.-The general election 'campaign opened today with a xoaliilon mass meeting In which PnsiQter Lloyd Geori^ and Artdrew'Bbnar Law, chanceltor of.the'flxchaquar, and George N. ,Barnes,i membar of the war cab-'inet, were the principal speakers. FRANCHJSeklJO^OTH SEXES Stoekhatm iah. flover'rir-earry out gram of Chile to bi and.Pacini policy. �� war and tov: IS.-The Swed-has decided to . ut delay a pro-^jjma Blvlng the fran-ies\>n equal terma trol of thr foreign � declaratlona of with the relchatao- ABANDON SHOE SCHEDULE Wjdhlfifltoh," Nov, 16.-Abancf. oijment of the recently'adopted shoe achedule which provided for elafeSlfieati|>n of grades and fixing prices ranging from ^ to $12, was' announced today by the war industries board. .  NEARING METZ �Paris,..- Nov, 16.-(Havas)- French and American troops continued to progress In their occupation of'Alsace-Lorraine as the German fdrees retired. Anierlcan � forces'ar^ rtearing IMetj. ON PEACE DELEGATION Tct"a'nd it is flooding the marketei ' with;, �*']ildden: ;-,�bial:$puttiern goods. In conaequfiiics, pric^i-oflfpodi .itliexfiag in a commodltlea in aermany haVfe falloh lit upoQ itself, nearly 50 per .pent., while Oerjman &&di1llltdh'gave.the cause of frett- � housewives crqw'd the market plwsei^] BO mans iVauknt V fighters has buying fiU they can lay hands =^son; ......Jl itself ;e(iu4lly'devoted In pro- Germany can now boast more'b'utter ytdlng the -means^tbr- carrying os the and more grease than at any peripd of Wak'ahd now.'tO|-L�&rryIngpn those the war. ' ; '. meAmreasWhkttin'uiilCiilmmedfately fof- "v:"-' low-.^peaee. Subaertptiona^reported up to ibis morning' ar^: close to eleven; jaJUlons and a halt ftadtUe-executive INTERri'eO AT CASTLE ' London', '^Nov. 16,- Former Crown Prl�ioe;FredoHek William of Germany has been Interned at the caatlOfMilad by his friend, Count -Gli^it-' Wolff Mettarnich, at Swalminj^:l�own in the province of Llnmrs; Holland, aecord-ing'to an AiAtterdam dispatch to tha'EKehanii^Tolegraph'eompany. It is raporti^rthat his wifa'ia with him. ' are ponfideBt;t^at,i'-today's retdrns will put: them::?aBi!y: oyer.tba twelfe milUonri wbicb 'waBvmenbioded a day or two oSo as-ftpossibiUty: The amount named for -all. of-^Albertaf was ?15,-000 000 and tha aputh-wlll raise $12,- Frl|flay .nighfit^bad made a total of ($306,000) >thr�.hundred and six thou-fland dpilard.v'lts objective was . only llSOtPOLft > *�!ur hundred and ntty per-aoh5^av^.|oniMbut�d to this amount. P WANT rPMNCHHREOtSIENT Parla;- -N*p�iS.-A Germdn; airplane arhvai^Sraaterday morning at'the.^^^>aa.;Laka *Cl�tatd�ifee on Friday. .-^ Ha ^"�Ma Ukafi': there from Undauj. auwl�o� ;�1JiirVn^tti�la ' jBi !p'nd :BcbbbU,vt|ie; iWJStNi'aBiiainij^ai iy�^; ;Pr.(;Mni]^^ I ' dictdeft: nnba: , le-i-f^tliv^�iC?:j|e|l|iiif .!oUr .inai as'B'"?predi& promiB^B.to Beed^iiinother;'before night. LethbHdge: city tJttjMod, the; million mark^ott Friday :a&d Calgary bucrowd-1 Ing- its five m�5lon;{oWeotlve veny close thls^foronooii.-^'n'ith the, returns now in Jt saeme certalH that every di-1 vision will go oVer |t� objective. ' Crows' Nest l^as^ has^'gon^up sixty-one- thousand' In -tlie]^ la^tJtwenty-iour bourB and stlirrisiii^grltSi^&y double itB bbjective.*. SpleBdid�iBci'�aaeB com6 from' diyisional^ --'dfraln^aii Melvln's I divlBlon, where -Mn^eM' town and d's-trictrhaa goloe.-iippftreigbt.thbusand dollars in> the:;laBt^lWent>;-four.-bours. Plnohflr Creak fofctyiiseved': thousand And CiareBbolnTflft^att tboi^sand. Letli-bridge city -sbbi^Bdvav Jumi>' 'of tine hundred And'.BeyiiitOen^/thbuM'nd for tho day and TabeA lia8;^Bin'vlncr|fea8e of rIx ^thousand. iThe^campalsn a;i Taber , has been carried 4dn-.;ifti�lpr..vfej"*^ grave ' dlfflwlUes ariaialK fconl 'ftYckhoss in tblipopulationi^iifad:ii( tk%;Q]r#aniBatioh^ C'ardaton town a-nd 'dtitriotf^iltdrts an-oddltloBBl sevanla^nrihouti'a&didollars,'! Matrath five tSo''usknd7iin:d' Rrytaond twenty-seven thoiiBfend;� Mddlcihe Hat"' division- Is mor,o:-.1;li*an:'.t#i&: hundred t>ouBandi dollBrsJ ovotf It? >blectivo. Medicine Hi^\.bn- HewoTe a grey^^M^^^ Bbovn'bver tte;?^ a mllbvk^ayt ai)dS (tabftesldtoc^^ qoiint ^entJjibJi'Hi^^brttbiiS;;;-,^".'!^!^^ ' The'M6mbeTB'b^:th��?^'>W ''s-sultia',;i(5�di�y,-.^ 'BUfrahdefed^SraHielrfi ...........i:' � V ap� - ^anawer to tha JKth^�l or'g ' Bulto -todiiy Bu;rrendered BWordB to Dutch; officers:' Tlil louBly had '^aur'renderedAiOreir |irmB:Rndv today's-'formalHy>:c("" the ajt'of-lnternt's^pt' ' i'BBERT'S *l�R�OIC.XlON �-J^mkrnt,Nov:^ 1�.-^lf;tHainew Oar-'iniiM^gOvemmant can,carry en Ito "^orjc ^for alx or 'a/aht waaka,. tha L .fjbt&rier of naw Qarriiany-.!la aaaur-ra'd;>^flialarad FriadaripN Ebqrt. tha 'elialBcallor, In a.apaaeh-;p �arMn 'dfi ..Thursday. Ha aaldtt-^ , >V^flf- wa can earry-;0H>..aur; work ' /;;alx} or eight waaka now -Qar-iiy'a'futura la aaBurad, and. we oT ean hope to obtain oonditiona peaeb relatively favorahia, but If our adversarias :ean aatabllsh ihat^ anarcby ramplna: among us thay^ will dictate condltlena that v^ill VaTinlhilate Qarmany.'a . pol-'ijical life." - ; ; , i. SPAIN juitLANT A; . ;:f;Uondon, Nov. IS^Enthualaatie -ifi'anlfaatatlona are taking place Kthroaaheut Spain - lb >.ealebratlng ' itia'trlumph of tha alllaa aecord-;.lrtfl'.to advlcea from' Madrid. Vic-'/O francs and reparation foi^damages, 100,000,-000,000 franc*. 1TO-STILL OPERATE ROADS ^Washington, Nov. 16.-Regardless of the ending ..of hostilities, DlrfctoivGenerar 'McAdoo Intends tovcontlnue to unify railroad op-eratlona, and pool facilities throughout the period of government xontro^ which undvr the law will end 21 months after peace is torqlfiily declared. Thia policy. It la stated today, has been adopt-do definitely and.the railroad ad-mlnistratllon will not limit Its changs%.in the-Interest of economy to those, contributing directly to Winning the-war. - . Lucky Friday was a groat day for Letlibrldge in the Victory Loan-cani-paigii. Not content with winning a fifth crown, leading all otiier JVestem Canada cities lo this mark, the workers kept up the good record until at the close of the day the total had been boosted to $1,060,000. This was an increase a� $117,650, the second blggeat day ot the campaign. And today Lethbridge went' out after another honor. At ten o'clock thiH morning the Victory Loan headquarters reported that 2903 subscribers had signed up to tliat honv. This means that, on the 1916 Dominion census, oae.-porBon in every 3.25 ii> Lethbridge had taken a bond. But Lethhrldge had to do better than that to beat last year's mark, when a total of 2989 aubaorlbers' - were reported. However all during the lorenbon-subscriptions kept cooting In, and at jioon Chairman Baalim announced that with a little extra spurt during the evening he believed the 3000 mark dould be reached. Incidentally he hopes that the total will run quite close to $1,100,000, not quite enough , to earn a sixth crown, but an Increase of over $120,000 over last year's mark of $792,-000. A lot of fun was created In the Vic- tory loan headquarters, last nlgtit by the announcement that Chairman Baalim had to buy one of his workers..a hiit. Chairman Baalim bet that tha $1,040,000 mark would not be reached here in the drive. The mark was eliat-torort early in the afternoon. The winner is looking for the most expenslva hat in^he;.' city. CoaidBle'' came along with subscriptions amounting to iiimoat $10,000 yesterday, winning another crown, which was received this mornine. The crown for Nobleford'B flag v/As also received today ahd will be forwarded tbl.s afternoon. Coalhurst was expected to send in $10,000 during the day, but came [.along with"$20,000, more than doub'' ling the amount asked lor. Two CoaU dale firms, the.H. J. Baldry Co. and the Pioneer Motor and Machine po. earned honor emblems. . r,/ >^ .TKa Qaman ,tr�jfpj|" faeoord-; afloa;.>rlth tha w,�rpil�t(e�> feagbn +,t'inovtog oUtsof.tli|/||�{m,^.eppltsl tfirtdpy,. and' aro' ni�y|>4^lna./tnl|aa . y/Vlwo'-dlM ^.,tot?jj|ha7fi!ip�rfaf- mmm mm. DflESNT LOOK WELL FOWUNA W.aaWngtopi > IJov. 15.-Informdtiou reachlQgvhere^ n'Ofp'ofnclals and resl-den^b tuUt-tbe b|tuiitlon in Holland :s CBUBlng .:Kr&ve':aviitrehenBion and that the>prei^euo^thqfe:of the former Oer-man^AafaDeror'with laembers ot his family, and'sonie'of.bis strongeBt supr portors.iiQjyi^RIci lifflfirao the people as to endanger the monarchy. WbUe'lfVj8-:trui;i It is pointed out, that U^atorinerkaiBer 1b prsntlcany- a prisoner In',tbe.;Van,Bentlnck Castle, he ib '^not-tho. prisoner uf any of bis toes..., It-:'vaB BUgiioated that the immediate fate of .the ex-kalser is tor the moQiqht.-Ilf;tla ;aB cosapared with otbar'sffaJra^iiii Buroper and it is chiefs ly .becf^u^ij,9tthev effect of UiB-pcea-encQj^ttpon'iBn^already 'i^iBturbed; atate, tu .H6U�tfd5^tl}5jit'?Ua: la, tbo object dl conberniaiaong allied- statesmen.' * BolBbp'TiU�m^'ai>p^ranUy has takan i^tfJfc^VlAttJ?." Bjifore the war the relstiqni^tet^aa^tbe Dutch and Oer-'  'B"*�rb.-vVry oiose and'it is tBJtt*�uS'5iteljh�vikl�^; ma^^ ^ 'j^c precise charges have been me'tfje'd by courtmartial�ln their Absence:: if 'the 'allies are unable to'Hibojirevtlielf arrest, but whatever aentenoe may; be parsed win remain .valid..-i. : � Inquiry at Wile . PorlB, Nov.* 16.-Edbuard Jgaacdi Under-Secretary of. state for military .justice, has ordered a'^udlclaltittqUlry at Lille against German Officer's-* ,^ac-ouaed of crimes durlttg enemy .ocbupa-tlon 'of 'that city. .?Tbl3"Theresa of BaViarla.Vdld'd'oh^^!.) Tuesday, according, foJ the Tager.7 blatt of Munich. / ' ^-'^4>> 4�  J FBRNie over:the top,- � ^ the officfal represdintatlTeB'^oCsthe minions and India ia Bnirland. It^.^. been decided tha^ tfa^lNBs't way Of'do�5. ?,'r ing thls'would be that' both houlasl d$f=>;gl parliament-jhould "present ,an iddrasii,?':; .'J to.Hls arajepty. Tho-addrasa/wUl-"^ " moved in both, bouses o� J^oii ber 18 and on Novembar -19; houses will proceed-'to the rbyAld to hand over t ^'ti Tnvgipm^soBkil1 40 85 ;