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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 19, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta the Loan Campaign Progresses in S. Alberta N-eirly all tie Silnriiy the. re the and they EO over eich application Mllnoch saya southern Al- carefully before passing t throuEh b with their handi. J-or the cny 01 va- iar mora jirosperluses and itlred -se. cot properly In rs nlullonV. to that the fullest n.e few days of the campaign, but can- available sup- vassers are bK-omtos more careful M "jay w they realize lilt they have lo goi back r southern Alberta bnnch on their tracks to set mistakes rters ,t has been learned that tecled. i cevcral requests have teen made asfc- The pnbllclly chairman [or South- lDg applications for bearer or Alberta, Mr. It. J. C. Slesd, and his ba to registered italf havo got most at the publicitybon48_ application must so matter distributed, and they are at- as it is made out. and sub- tending now to requests lor addition- scrlbers snould be sure to havo Ihelr t) material, and to catching up with the last places that were organlied. Asked today as to how the returns from outside were showing up the applications made just ss they want them. Applications for women should slate Mrs. or Miss- A married woinun Mr. 0. H- Marnocn, I should Die her own Jirst nnme, as: fslii that after the. recording stall bail JJTS. Mary Brown, not Sirs. John rot the machinery going for taking i Brown. Applicants for bonds for cars ot the Ciiy of Calgwy work in- j children should be advised that 11 lo worfeine order, they were able now they lake bouds It will to deal with the great lnlk ot records saTa applicant trou-ilo afterwards If coming In Irom the other district headquarters. These are naturally the bonds ara niadfl and signed by father or mother or other person iomeivnat slow in coming in, aid It O[ [uu age: 'John Brown in trust will not ba till alter the turn ol the.; Helen Drown, of Mrs. MBIT Brown week that It will be possible to say trust Jack Brown. Thia is be- nnch as ID bow Southern Alberta, as cause a child under ago could not give whole, Is showing np. The advance.; a valid signature for transfer of a reports by wire and phone, however, j registered bond. If lie unregistered show that great results will come j "bearer" boa'ds are tafcen the child's from Medicine Hat Lelhbridge, olrn tigr.aturd is snoush. bul that it will late the .cities pretty j .The; Southern Alberla Eiecutlve Is applications are coralng In among the CJ- havinji applications go through the rimblry points for lid rnen'TespoilsIbte for certain lists and for individual fannera. The results'. certain' This, ia encourag- rrom Sragralh and-Bu-ons are pariic- (0 this Mnvassprs In their arduous alarly -Taiifylns, but tie organiiaUon anVBSsers reciprocate to there was effected'early and had a' bjr'ftalkinE to likely pros- nood'slart: Other places that were wbenerer they raeet Ihem; and starling will Bhow up very; pjaca their appllca- %ell irtthtn the next few days-: All to-1 tbrough their own canvassers in ijetne'r it looks' like Southern Alteria Ojm nbme district Victory ,weatlier mating everybody .in; (lqwn and country (eel Bcod'ajQd'.opeb-hiWrted. its bit In splendid of-the TJnitefl Farm- AiiKlation, ilr. H. W. Wood, who' CAKOPPQSf That Oppcts- ition .Wpnld Mean Want of in Govt Ottam, NOT. In the esst, Ke Robert" Borjen learned that Con- Tatlve opposition might be offered tuned-Very itrbngly lo his party and to" his. jKiUUcaJ; associates. His enter- ing Into the government was. dictated hy a of pnbllc duty and he has worked most cordially and toj- .TrlLh all other col- leagues-In-the "government since he has EHBmed'.tha" duties of office. "11 there erer' was a time In the his- tory" of when party controversy ahauld.be dropped and-Liberals and Conservative] come together with, the'noil earnest and Intense 'de- to KrTe'coontrj and not party, the present Is that hour. H a candi- date Is nominated against Mr. Carvell you can'realize ft will be.one.oF my. first dullea Ib apeak 1n tba consti- tuency and ejpUtn'deflnltely at great- ta Mr. Carvell In Carleton-Vlctorla and i er length to the electorate the consld- be at'bncB addressed g. vigorous letter erallo'ns 'wblchj-l have iQmmarlzed In to'bolh Ihe chairman and the were-! thla. letter. It will aiso.be my duty to Urf ConserfEllre BBSoclatlonlattlhem, with all the earnestness of which-met on Thursday list. At that which, i .am .capable, lo relnrn Mr. conveo'Jtu-Jilfli-decided that the Carvell as'the member lor the coniU- Conseiratlvei would nol oppose Mr. and It li believed that Mr. Ca'rrell will secure an election by ac- most uk that yon iflll read this Ieller_lo the .convention which assem- me, '.'Youn'.falthlully, R. U Borden.' fn streral of the New Hrunswlck coriitltueicles the prime mlnUler Is elamatlon. Sir Robert's letter lo the bles" on'Thursday next. A copy his Conservative usjciltlon was been to the.secretary of tie aiso- "It been brought to my attention thai the Consenrallvei of Carlelon- Victoria hare cajled a convention wltu the pnrposV a candidate------------------ lo oppose the minister at public worts.: cCroneratlni; .with Sir. Carrell for the I can tardly believe such Is their In-'pnrpose-of unll'.DE both political part- tenlldri nnlesa" they deBlre to expresi les (or'.Uie-iuppprl of union their, absolute wiint- of In myself as'Ieader of'tfte "gorernnieiit- 'The steps .which 1 have taken to lorm the present admlnisfratlun are well .-known to Ihe-neople. 'My coarse was dictated by the ahaolute necessity of nulling BB far as possible In Ih1s tef- crlsti all the elements or our KTUlalljn who support Canada's ef- fort Ic this war. Carvell was reluctant to enler tke rOrernnienl M he had to break and associations of very lonn 1, BB you know, he waa at- r .Money Trou- get more vex- s. as the cost of foods s Meat, eggs vegetables are almost nijjthc 'family purse. fl .f Happy is the housewife who W. A- Bnchenaa, accompanied by W. A. Hamlltpb, promlnnl fanner and U. F. i. oftfcUl, wlil hold meeUafi on Wednesday and Thunday of thli weetf Id the country east oj Coutti. On FrMay night Jfr. Buchanan, Mr. Shepherd, L. II. Jeillff and olhen will iceak at a mail meeUi.g In Cardi- ton, All. of aext veek, Mr. and Mr. Jeillff, the well known Raley farmer, Epead W tie country east o( Mlllt River.- ;riey will end up. the week at. Bow Iiland with a bl( mm meollne Here. V Wheal, its NOTED MEN! KILLED IN food j FIGHTING IN PALESTINE Not; Evening Jtatda.'d renorta lhat Hon. Nell ____ rose, M.P., ydnngest eon of the Etrl of hat betn k'lled'ta Shred- :tiue. >r. iinitnuit ID .the unii mnfh In the present r.07- ernment, lie been parHamenUry and II---- Ihj minister of war. Ho bora In foe' MIIM In la "ie same reglraenl u Kell THK i.rcr MONDAY. N'OVEMBER 19, 1917 Freedom Must by Freemen be Upheld 'N' QaaMa-there is no Prussian autocracy out and take the possessions of the >ppple by force. There is no tyranny of an highest" overlord with -divine right" to m4e the people fight and he of Canada theiiisfelyes decide payng. Canadians are asked their money, ffircedpto give their money. [Buy Victory Bonds and lend ycmr money to fight for freedom; The canvassers in your neighborhood r i. r. will tell you all about the Victory Loan. jStjbscribe for bonds yourself and use your (irifluence to get others to do the same. Every Victory Bond You Buy is a Blow Struck for Freedom Iwoed by Ctntit'i VJctory loan Comolttce. la etHjpttalion frith (he Minister of finance o< UK DCTBOUOD o< CwutoX ;