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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - November 19, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 19,1918 THE LETHBWDGE DAILY HERALD PAGE FIVE I/Ondoii, -Nov, 10.-British casualties during tho war Including all the theatres ot artllrltlBB toUillad H.049,991, It. �wan announced In tho house of commons today bj Jamrn Ibii MacPhorson, parliamentary socrotary for tho war office. Of tills number, tho officers, killed, wounded or missing, aggregated 141!,C34 and tho men i,00",3r,7. Tho total 1os808 In tho fighting on the ITranco-Uolglsh front, were 2,71f\B."2. Tho aggregate Hrltisdi losses in tho Mesopotamia campaigns woro nearly 100,000, according to Mr. Miu:Phorson'f figures, tho total being 07.3T9. Of theao 'tho fatalities were ilt.loo, comprising 1,140 officers and 'J0.769 moo. Tho wounded totalled M.lln, comprising 2,420 officers niul 4S.0S4 men. The missing and prisoners totallod 16.35S. comprising fiCG officers and 1.4,78!) men. The total UrltUdi wounded in tho war waa mora than 2,000,000, tlio parliamentary soorrtary's fljuros allowing (he aggregate to bo 2,032,-122. Tim losses in missing, Including prisoners, totallod 3i>9,Hii. Of th* woundnrt, 92.1144 wcru officers and 1,010.47s were men. Of tho missing, Including prisoners K\u94 woro officers and H47.0.M worn men. tho figure* clvun Include troops from India and tho Dominions. In Kgypt, tho totul lows wore ap-proximately 53,000. Mr. MacPhorson added. Of the aggregate of 57,8B'J, those allied and dlod of wounds" woro 15,SOS, comprising 1.098 'officers and 14,704 men. The wounded totalled 58,07.1, comprising 2,311 offlcora and tn.Tti- men. The missing and prisoners tetaHed :iM$, comprising IS,'I officers and 2,705 men. Tho total casualties In Krunoe were 3.710.C3J. Of this total :i2,7fi2. Second loan, amount asked for by prospectus, $100,000,000; total amount subscribed, (excluding conversions l 1206,000,000: amount allotted *100.000,-000; number of subscribers 34,520. Third loan, amount asked for by prospectus, $150,od0.000; total amount subscribed, (excluding conversion*, i I20t;,000,o00; amount allotted IK.u.OO".-000; number of subscriber., 40,s0". , Konrlh loan, (first Victory Itwni amount asked for by prospectus, sif.o,'- j 000,000; total amount subrcrlbod, (excluding conversions l�IO,oflo,ooo; j amount allotted, 1400.000,000; number j of tiuMcrlbem, �20,092. i Fifth loan, i.ieeond Victory loan I ort"d durhiK tli!'. As-frenuently stated, !ii's reports com. In partially after the !ia�tt!e is nver in Home localities. K.'ir the first time (iranum reports 25 cases. King M. I). 2S, Milk Hivi-r and (li-tricl 221. A few of tli(^ mo'-t strikimr ea-es iioin jieint'-tiiuL already had repotted and ai" now reporting new ciisi s. ale a-- follow: t.e- lPrlin. Thursday. Nov. (I .--�� aibiv.ed to return to any il^trlet t!:.t�. and other wearing npparel. In addition to the demobilization of *oHlrri from Canada'.' own unit?, there v HI enter Into the problem of d�mob!ll. M|on and i wd^tni'tlon the Iir?.- number of Crnadhins dl�''hargei| from ilie Imperial an-l allied 'ore... ��:id ali>o Dte men who have Imen � � i�-KiK"i i�v�>rsi;�� In th� maklna of \min-itloMs and oilier war work which will be discontinued wtten peace It �lg�r- tors and a resulmmn wan eil. Arr*n�iitnrnt� have heea mad" which hader* woulil terv, tor handling thrae clw�e� Oltaua. Nov. 10.--Today'3 casualty list, includes Hie following western men .and officers: INFANTRY Died of Wound.': Lieut. T. Men-tie, M.C., flit.iwa. Died. !,leul. W, Walker, Kitig-i-Mm. dn'.: D. C. Moon. Didslmry, Aitn.; >:. II. Worbets. S;r.vale, Alia.: X. A. McMillan. Kolowna, H.C. I'r: or, r ol' War: - Lieut. .1. Stcw-ar:, Scotland. (lie -ed : Lieut. .1 Kavanau I.Mld. Ill: A W. Voimg, West! Smith, lied 1 i,"l',. Fairvie-. W-iillin, I'.eav. Woande.l: Lieut. L. A FORESTRY CORPS Died: Capt. D. Wler, Westmount, tine.: T. Scheoppe, Spruce Orovo, Alia. Ill: Lieut. 10. G. Doitrkc, North Bay, Out. MEDICAL SERVICES Died: Staff-Sergt. S. H. Hulchina, Vaiiciaiver. Wounded: 11. A. Jtusch, 1'oekcreet ll.C. Ill: .1. II. Hossa. Kd;r.o;iton. MAKE NOVEMBER II. AN ALLIED HOLIDAY., F.iu:- i Mar: in. da. Calgary: .1. Sei'.-t c. c  I. !'. Telle .-. ".('.: i .i'iii. v-.. N v Harbor. X. it. .1. AI. W:.i Kincer, .V, ; .Nova Scotia land. 15.500; Uberta. 21.f.oo; .": Manitoba. districts have Itentley district Kvaiii.bu.T dnc and districi r.lio. i:. e po-.-ihle to rear'i thai ii.i . I not bee.i reach' I, ;.:it".'iet -. Where -,v.� Were ule, ligi'd to change our -a. hoi" [dan of | be-; illK covered :.s well a' can he f .si.ti-j ably expected. , Tribute To Sheriff Thorn .Some of I he be.-t. are fr.llin::. There i WHS perbapH not a >]llgle life In ttte ; I city of Kdmoiiloii a* indent for good j as that of Sheriff Thorn. For weei;si he had worked lin "ssantly visiting' and helping out generally In all parts of the city. Ills daily life was a ino'.d In every reipect. hut he itiorotiglil)' understood human nature, ,uid It is ciuc-tloiinlil" if tiiete w.i-. another >oi!itg mnu in th" whole cii;, t'fttt iiad gilp en I.'.'' as:-oe',>',e or was servediy respected. i; Lien; U. I. '1 I'i-'ii Mafin. Stani';. Alton. Wri li. Ari/ . l.i"e; !;'. ^ Vaileoll , i I . ouver; Li. at, miy 1'.ii;.' .VS. .. 'P no. X S ; 1 Alaiion Hiid'te Tii.iii:. I'itigland e-i'itel. i: c',; "i". Victor) i ; . M.i:e: N.S : i.i c its it a. r. I ,jei|! iellt. 11 \. a. tli^ulia. Injur. I itican. si A M.C i in ttiii; 111 1"!': teal. d o CAVALRY iii- :c o It;. i To. '..loo ARTILLERY Woui.d-. Li. J. Le . Cliariot i.ifii:. I". ,ip". W. own. I' li 1 lr. nholme Paris. Nov, 15.-A resolution requesting the French government to negotiate with the Other allies for making Nov. 11, the dny of the stcpiing of the armistice with Germany, a holiday in the > nrcfliis ' countries was introduced today in tho chamber of Deputy Abel Lefcvrc. He proposed that Jos fete ciiy be creeled In honor ,f "the establishment of the rights of the peoples" the 14tb day of � >oly -pmaoiinq "the crrlebration of the rights of men." ALBERTA SENATOR IN IT Y.'i-.'it'o. Nov. it'. It, fore (lie tnn-i � i" in ordinary at. Osgood" Hall. Fred It. Ilii::;iii", lif|iiidator of tlie Uritl.-h Ciittl" Supply Svndicate, Is suint: C. I'. Melltn.h, .v. ho L on the list of con i i'llutov- fir .::is.7ss a~ amount � .upaid ..'lo.-i. in t;o .1 and for S i.:".!�. a. hi in p'I'miii Mr. Mclliigh niaintalr. .il iliat he i- not tierrnnally llulil" ii either >��. ALP.P.. who is at cilegeil i on I r ibiitor. �ill have in's ms.: heard on Kriciav. Senator I'-'i.-r Talbot I MOUNTED RIFLES line i. i.ieni i;. Lis l.iellt. \ K ".]..' C|| .. S'el'ld. Out ,1. Mi ! RESTRICTIONS ON DRIED FRUITS ARE REMOVED Ottawa, Nov. I'. - Th : anther of confer' "ice; uient was opctte-i Oil the Itbor department firjf of a on utictiiploy-fifternoen at It was attend- "1 by officers of the various employ, ment exchange., in each and by officers of the  ,vo federal employ-ment exchanges ami' tietrtg farmed. ' Althounh all tlie delegates not ar-'�� rived 'h's morning, the conference un* opt-neil and will continue the day A tutesi'.t tu covering the i"i|l!i of 111" il.t)'" slttttu will be handed mil thla  ve-ong It I nndci�.n'.ii.d that the . ff .rts of the delegates K.itln-:ed l.i-.-e 'A 111 til demoted to .irrivlni; i.i me ,-oi">mo for nystematittug etiiploytiieiit throughout i hi- Dtiminoti '1 he cn i.tdiuatlon jof the work mmltuaet, rep-reseniative of employers and employees, preparailon, as tur as po alble, of full lists of the vat'...ii': Dominion, provincial and public works proposed for the comltig; and the adoption of a common ba-l� of tradn claiisl'tcatlon are a!.:o subject* to lie determlt.ed REPUBLICANS AND RECONSTRUCTION Washington, ,\'m . |>'..i on.-1 ruc- tion problem" w.-.--. i oii'dilere.l ttulaV nt ll conferer.ce of Republican s.-ii.i- dopli'd 1:1 notice l||>- oil the admlnl'tratioii of the attltud" I of the next emigre con'rolleu by Ife. | puhllcanii. The resolution approved j unanimously by ti.oo- pr: the Wedc-rn c'lii.trti Liberal A�sm latti.ti. at which n brief add/.-'-s v.ill han siirpitia tu extctai cri-dli.s to liiose fountriri who want to purchat" raw^materlal; for reconstruction imr- munitioBd. saving that every poesibM V�*\A *** m3ti". �'�hr raeetjiiB u..,� -.u'c'f'.e-ittous will bo is- We had fulfilled all international ob-sued to applicants at tho Provincial ligations and could uov.- enter, with i,a. etc uiflee, l'arllument liuild- clear conscience about tlie great and ings, Edmonton, on receint of a de- \ important work of reconstruction which lay before us. posit of ten (MO.00) dollars which will I'o refunded on return of plans, specifications and a bona fido tender. It. C. CHAULctiSWORTil, Deputy .Minister of Public Works. Dated at Kdmoutou this 26th duv Otetahtr. WIS. SASKATCHEWAN M.P.F. OCAO Danderine is to the hair what fresh showers of rain and sunshine are to vegetation. It goes right to the roots, invigorates, and strengthens them. Its exhilarating, stimulating and lite-producing properties cause the hair to grow long, strong and beautiful. You can surely have pretty, soft, lustrous hair, and lots of It, it you will spend u few cents for a small bottlo Renins. Nov. 18.-M. O. Ilainsland, of Kiiowlton'o Danderine>nt any drug Liberal MP P. for Pelly, diet! ai Knm- stora or toilet counter and try it us M O (Ma, from iBllueuu* greeted- Advertisement, Why Buy at Home Because my interests are here. Because the community that is good enough {or me to live in is good enough for me to buy in. Because I believe in transacting business with my friends. Because I want to see the goods I am buying. Because I want to get what I buy when 1 pay for it. Because my home merchant will take care of me when I run short of cash. Because some part of every dollar I spend a{ home stays at home and helps work for the welfare of the town and the county. Because the home merchant I buy from stands back of his goods, thus always giving value received. Because the merchant I buy from pays his share of the county and town taxes. Because the merchant I buy from helps support our poor and need)', our schools, our churches, our lodges and homes. The dollar sent away seldom returns, while the money spent at home is apt to leave a scrapling at your door. 7779 2749 ;