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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - November 16, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 1^. 1918 THE LKiliBHIDCiE DAILY IIKHAU) PAGE MM* London, Nov. III.-Dr. Snlf, the German foreign secretary, according to fi.German wireless message, hns. sent to Uiillud ainta Secretary of State Laming p. iiotr demobilization, that bolng tho function of the department of militia. questions relating to he return of tho soldlerR will he Riven the fullest poBBlblo consideration in working oat the problems cf recott-8t ruction. In connection with the repatriation of soldiers, a great, deal of ground work already haH been done and ucco.i-nary machinery h�H been established. Preparation n'90 h*a been mude lo deal with problems of unemployment, which will arise with the cessation of tho manufacture of munitions. TO MEET BEATTY Mrfiiuditon. Nov. Ifi.-j. \v. clioll. of Calgary, was appointed mlssloner of labor for Alberta meeting of the council afternoon. lie will lake .,,,,-, ,,.,,,,. undor the Alberta Returned Soldiers Commission, of Hie local employment .Mil., emu-at a Thursday supervision, htircnuH throughout tie- iirovlnee, and will be. concerned largely in working out a policy r callus so shriveled and loose that you lust lift it. off with die fingers It doesn't hurt one particle. You fe�l ho p�ln or soreness 'When applying Iree-ono or afterward*. It I'oesn't even Irritate the skin.' .lust n'sk In any drug I rw | ll store for a small holtla of I J freezone. This will cost \LjJ/ but n few cent* but will 77 positively rid yoar poor, MifferlfiK feet of every hard corn, soft corn, or corn between tho toes, or the tough {.'aliases on bottom of feet. Women! Keep it tiny bottle on the ilicssor and never lot a corn ache twice.-Advertisement. NtvwFatthf Hamiif br Appendicitis In^lgvstion, Stomach Di*or4ara, Appendicitlaand Kidney Stone* ar* often caused by Gall Stones, 'and niUlaad people natil tboae badcttMVaoIOall Stona Colic appear. Not oua in ten Gall Btont 9u0mra knows whatsis the trouble. Marlatt'a SpMific will curt without pain or opcr* atlon. For Sal* at all Drug, �lata. Raoommandtd by J. O. Hiflnbotham * Co., Llmltad, OiruBBlata, L#thbHd�a, Alta. J.W.MARUkTT&00 IQHTWOIT, TOWOMTO E* TRAVELLKO ON FORMER GERMAN SHIP ' Salonlkl, Nov. 1!.-Oen. Iltinces;. i oiumnndlng the Krom-li forres, and Oen. Wilson, commander of th>- ll-i:-ish, arrived at fonatantlnople yester day on u French craft, the tlrst to reach the city. The boat was originally a German paaaahger vessel, which was eontlacated by tha Fruucb while Interned ut Cherburg. > LET YOUR LIGHT (^onVlnua"d"fron>*l�a�,a Sevaa) J tiniatu*. to provide tha men-with' friends la this country Interested In fielr welfare, and to supply the relatives and friends In Canada and else-where with regular reports of their | i:bn'Viilf"4 l>ady Drummond began her mlaaloo with two or three faithful ! workers, hut It baa since grown into \ a great organization, with L'Oon workers, 1000 hospital visitors and numerous departments. Tho Knqlrla* Uapartment has seat out an in any us 1.07C letu-rs in a day. Tha Parc.els Department up to the end at 1*17 had seat out 342.'or tvr.> ibov greatest disorder provided throughout, the clt.v. Railroad trains and street, cars stoppfltl running atid telegraph and telephone tiomtnunlfc*-Hon wns inie.rvupled. flom*. aemblMce of order was finally restored �8*tter-dny. Mrs. Marthfl iiatliie, � resident, of Winnipeg for the pu*t 4rt yaars, died In iier 9Sth year. She was a native of Toronto. onight-on the stroke of Twelve This is the last day you can buy Victory Bonds, 1918 Tonight on the stroke of twelve your last chance will be gone; Your last chance to help Canada wind up the war as she fought it; To help Canada bring her soldiers home to wives, mothers and children; To help Canada in her big peace problems-problems of demobilization and re-establishment of our soldiers in civil life;. -problems of caring for sick, maimed and blinded soldiers, -problems of continuing lo find and finance markets for our farm crops, -problems of developing markets and supplying material for re-building devastated Belgium and France, -problems of maintaining Canada's prosperity. For all these problems Canada must have hundreds ot millions of dollars which must be borrowed from her people. This is probably your very last chance to buy at par Canadian Government Bonds bearing five and one-half per cent interest free from federal taxation. Money is almost sure to become cheaper in a short time, and your bonds will increase in value correspondingly. And don't forget-your money in Victory Bonds is not tied up-it is almost as easy to sell a Victory Bond as it is to change a hundred dollar bill. You can gel your money out any time, and very likely with a profit Don't, pe sorry-don't neglect your last chance. Don't wait for a canvasser. Go and buy Victory Bonds today. Buy another. Buy some more. Strain your credit-buy on the instalment plan- For your country's sake-in your own interest, Buy Victory Bonds Now! Isaaad by Canada's Victory Loan Cemaaittes in co-operation with tha Minister ol Finance of the baaaiaioa of Canada 7689?3 ;