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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - November 16, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta mm TJIE XETHBRH:^E;^,D^ILy HERALD NEED OF LEADERS G. R. Marrtoch Pays Tribute to the Late Prof. Edwards- Irrigation Projects Victory Lo^ figures Indicate Wealth o^i^oj^ntry-Branchy ^ LlnW Needed riNUBb:FROM FRONT 1?AG'S) Banks Open TillVSix. aks all over the province are open until �six o'clock, this to facilitate the ^iast minute � 'bonds. " /~ c-the hobJifcwere^einE 'tlosed lie uight/'^E^'da^ U >vas founS that 'Stal iSsfe Mljf' |l,059,600i. , To fthfe'-liiai;and make It/$1,-Io�S?�r.9AaliBi. Gfco. B. Mac- rei^ce and sub- bb^lmb^ have. beeh. The * Go'ofl has been passed by the-local Victory Loan Committee: I$esolved, that we, the.^'ictory Loan cominittee 'ol the city at Liethbridge district do hereby tender the sincer-est thanks of ourselves aad� the community to tfie.'following who have so generously aided us in our very successful campaign; Tq^Mr. ^A. Southard for the use of the;_S6'utfi^rd Block as A'lctory :^an headquart'srs; to'the men connected with the various collieries, who''on account iot'the influenza epidemics.interfering' with ithe work bf the;^egalar canvassers^.made a., special effort to,i,coyer> the; districts, thus sa^-lngjthesiSitu'atioii.:;; Tb,4.the ladles ot thgACltywKt):,/have^' given splendid sup^prl throughout tli�i bam-paigsn. To ;�^l''',workcr8j"flf-Jthe fftm-paigif whb have so ;^enerously given their.service8i JEgg-O Baking Bowder Co^ Umited ' Hamilton, Canada LLUMINATION OF GRAND FLEET MAGNIFICENT SIGHT London, Nov. 13.-A marvellous scene was witnBB^ed off the Scottish coast, when the "Grand Fleet celebrated the armisiiCQ/ .On a tl]iirty-mlle-;line warshTps .otf eVery' deifertption. -Were almultanad'ualyi^illuffilji^feav STyrlads "ads Sirens f;blew., AoBual EMvinuioiu, botti Praatol in^ Thaoncical will b* htU thnuiiiaue CuiHi u foifmrs: � �� i PRACnCAU-M'A#tU, im. Tvo GoU uil mo SiWir Midiii >raVoir��y. A. Buchaaan, M:P., wired both :;.Hre9> ident-Beatty at'^'Montreal-ftn^yJce: President Wl�i�lpe�:ai^t*'l-lojvs: - v^c-;,^^'-, -:..v;,v;'>f;,;Vi;.:;, "Keep in -mind "wuch needBdiifl^w Southern Alberta' branches� when'.coa struction program �outlined, .aVso, Bl�w station here, ^ethbridge city'Vuid?,8ur-rounding dlBtrlidt'wUl raUO "mllUQniaaa a half for Victory Iiqan,. ttot'sdj-bad considering -lean- cr^^ and tfliji epltleni- It is considered' quite likely that the C. P. K, win be among the bl� concerns'In the Dominion which, will undertake construction work on fairly largo scaW in'order to help out during the reconstruction period In Canada, and it latiirged that �la thi^ event the company should undertake the conitructloii of the gap on the LethbrId^\Veyburii ISue between Manyberrles and Altawan, and also that they undertake the new line between Klpp and Retlaw which >ra8 traversed last year by Vice-President Grant Hall. The latter branch Is greatly needed, by'the farmers of that district, many of whom are now forced to haul their produce 20-miles or more to reach,a railway line. As regards the station in Lethbridge it is well known' that, this year the company had $38,000 in the estimates for extensions to th^ old station. But the citizens pt Lethbridge arW aversa to a patched up depot..It is generally conceded that-ja Gait Gardens Lath-bridge liBs tha'^neSt entrance of any city in.'WBStern. Canada, and'.lf is the hope ot the people here thatihe company will buUd on the north side of the park a station in keeping with the surroundings, and the needs of the city. The old station could;, then b& used a.'s a Boiiiinion Express office and yard off ice,, as more accommodation is needed for both these. -, Mr. Coleman replied to Mr. Buchanan's message as follows: . Winnipeg, Man., ;;. , , Nov. 16, ,1918. Wv As Buchanan, M.P., Lethbridge "Very glad to read the Victory loan figures, Lethbridge citizens never fail to prove thelr*publlc spirit and patriotism ust Deposits, Paitkful Urinatioti, Dizziness and those constants Headaches that come from Kidney or Bladder, derange* ments. Iton *t hesitate ivhen yoiir symptQSBS point to Kidney ttouole,': Giavel or Stone in the Bladder;- " Use the tried, tested and provea remedy ;:Mjiu-Biis.-.r;:-- �� . ' Sold thnHighotit the conn* try for SOc. a  box. ^0'^ ���� 'I adverUsed, but It was stated at the local barracks, this morning th?t all theliorsemen -were notified and none seemed anxious to bring In horses for inspection and sale. EASIER Sam; Whp was the.flrst.Kaiaer? � Bull: How^o I know? Ask'nifl some thiag;-easy. �" afam: Something eaSy?''' Bull: Yes; 'ask me who's,tfie last; -London .Oplmon. L Is the Suggestion of One of the Retiring Trusteiw^BiK Busi^ ness Handled Each Year Xmas Photos Your portrait will solve the Xmas gilt problem.. It's the only thing your friends cannot buy. It's time now to have them tak-�,.en.- 'We. will make a likfenesa - that will i)^ like you-this studio is known for the high quality of its work. brtrait lo LETHBRIDGE Three members ol^the' public sciiftol board retire at the ] isnd; of the year. They are trustees George B. MacKay, H. R. Davidson andliChairman John Scott. -rw*'; Seeh today Mr. Mk^Kay stated that he was averse to sflm'dliig for re-election. It is understoodi'tlie other,'wvo retiring members wtjuld allow thplr names to go before 13ie,;electors. Mr. MabKay is .v/ete:^?;anxious that there should be a co^balgn with a:dls-'cussion of school-VstftilltB. He also advances the opinWajthatthe buslh^ss of the school brf'ard'iys-inow ol sttch imijortance. that th^^Citlsens of Lethbridge shdufd consl2e;V payi''* <*6 ,,tj-.u8tei3s. at Jeast ;*$l(pa^'tteetlng. . ' - ,'iPeople, ,g6neraU.y'4i^^^ to uniierstaiid that thfe^ibiitrollable; ex-2 peartllure ot the "iSjfio6l board v Is X made r�roi�ay JU� itt'eflwiu,;! jbm--. ' ' lablo expenditure bt.thj?Acity of Leth- liy anit �ebpiLpir,0�v�ii4^'i^;*