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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - November 20, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE TE>� ~ THE LETHBRllXiP. DAILY GERALD Wednesday. November 20, mis FURTHER REPORTS MAY BE SURVIVOR ON VICTORY LOAN ILL-FATED SOPHIA CVaisary. Nv. 30.- Although Hie SMmteUSi is offloUIly ov�r, Southern tAJkerSa. h�Rdqu�rter? of the Victory l*Oan �m �till busily compiling results �m4 nseetvins belated reports from MMeiag districts. Prom points otil-*ia> ot Calgary. LedhbrUlge ami Medicine Hat. over a quarter or a million doilarx in subn-.rlpt ions ha* been re-J)Wt�*l since Monday moraine, these being amount h subscribed before 'lie Close of the campaign but no: prev-lOTSly reported. Delays duo to sick-�SB among mem'oer.s of 'he r.rsnv.i;.".-Ion aad othors arc accountable for tllM� belated Ascir"-:. In .if leaM on� �a*n the local bi�K has be-p i lose,! �n account of illness of the managM-ad other instances could fr� si:ed it is apparent that inno1 still coming in Tvill swell ninitliorti Alb-r:a' Ho fuptlt�r ofn in' st.,:.-r.i'T.t of 'he mount will he made, until ail -�'irn--re complete Her .1 .1. Pui. ell. ii"di! of in- Him*.- f MlldlOK As-oun, (o'l TollfKl'. ^3n11 irich. (In( . ill.-.J :'rom the inflnen.-.i RECUPERATION ml the vital forces of the body, (depleted in the straggle with acute timrmr, depends not upon superficial stimulation bml upon adequate nourithrmmL The body needs to be nourished back to �strength and power. SCOTTS EMULSION ta pure, wholesome tonic-food, tones and strengthens by MurisHinf the whote �rjt�n bWy. blood and nerves. Nourish roar bad* bark 4a rtnagta wit* WmmtCu. ScoU k ���*, Totoato, Oau Seattle. Nov. '.'it. - Indor the head of what migbt be termed "Important if true." itimo!; a atory from 1'lUait. r.tl . of the only survivor of the wreck of the steamship Princess Sophia. The report i.� contained lit the first paragraph "story" 'ii the t'slah Press and has to do with rue Miss Vlet;n> Kiehl. who is said to have written W. O. I., ifield, an attorney In I'kiah that r-he !  suttered no til l 1  apptnr on the passenger lint t'f tl�� tit. ; r�tod vessel. According to 'tic ftory. i ^tlfs Field will rsjnnip her j niic.ev to | her home in ['otter Vili>\-,. iV... "a� j M}:i! a'>! (tvcrtimie. ' guciv , An urtack oa the Anglican . ili.h.'ji of Qtfhec by Senutor P. A. I'hoqi.iette has aroused considerahie  iudiEti.i'in!', iiere tit reporting a ser-for pt's'-.' held ill the (Juehec �'a-ItuedrHl. th'- Quebec i'linmli-le noted !.!- a matter 'V HlXnrit a' in'ftest thai jihe prayer recite:! by th? Mishop at the I service na.� forces of a- sHi'>� aftainst Napoleon leatlins up 1 ' j ti\ ra')i�troi�l!> >,,u not thin'.; ''.a'. cortt'.non dei �jii-y, under the p;e.-,eut i ircun;-��.mii'-, o��ii: 'o have pr"v.-r.t�'d th-iti-!io:> from reeitlus tl>* prayi-r ,ibi-\ tiifiitiori'"!. and � .-pet lally so h- K:,::Usii araiy o:i!y ii;i:a:::i-.l by rii-> Jielp' � d. i A LIFETIME OF SUFFERING Prevented by 'fruit-a-tives" The Wonderful Fruit Medicine 6,1 Maimkrci'vc Sr., Huix, Qux. "In my opinion,no other medicine 5.-* so jfoo-.l as 'I'tT.ita-fires' for Indigestion anii t" ons-tipation. Cor years, 1 suffered with thp�B dreailcd il\sea�es, trying nil kinds of Treatments until 1 wa-; toh! I mi incuraljie. One t'.r.y a ;riei:,l ioid .ne lo try '1 r.:i(-.i tivN'AT LALONltK jOc. * box,6 for TO. trial sire '.'5c. .At nil dealer-: or from Krait-a-tivcj Litn'ted, Ottawa. In par-, as follows on Senator Clu Hiiette's letti r. "l-;v�'rj' rational ;� i convinced. find , r�dltie* tha- a titan ycnr~. a Ic^isiator a:: I a . be R'.lilty of en ape:', grounds as the recital "W'liib- no dire. I .-umpl.ii'a; nifld". �e ait- led to infer t|iat an Instilt ^.a-- been civen !-> Krati-'. Were there ],u, far-fetchi-d croutid-for grievance If would -Mil b-- tiii ;n : of -lubauts spiiit to ltiflitna !�). al dlfterer." es and clamprn national en t'nu*iasn� a", a atoraent whb li ir.oubi be devoter' tn united atvl .loi-.-tnti tUanksKivint; for -a treat deity,.ntuce and we tru�' ttiat Senator ttrn'i-ut ,i- it >{> �i:rvr.- CARRIED 45 PASSENGERS I'.irls. Nov. !'.>.- A huee ai-plane . arry'nt; A7> jvi-senKe-.-i tb-w ov--r IVirU vi -..ervlay. The mailune started front* Conibes-la \"i!b>, i-> miles Crura ilio-cap ital am) returnci %utliotit a hitih. Iiffi �f at--i 11 > in of tll.illij.-it'ih'f. re\ iotlsiv LIVING ROOM FURNITURE BEDROOM PURNITURE CHILDREN'S DEPT. DRAPERIES CROCKERY AWDEN ROS 3RD AVENUE COUTH, LKTHSRIOQE OEN A. LIBRARY FURNITURE OININQ ROOM FURNITURE WINDOW SHADES CARPETS LINOLEUM Practical Christ mas The gift within the family circle-01 fiom friend to family-i* one which gives \ great pleasure to giver and recipient alike. A Wilton Rug. a set of China, or some piece of furniture to fill a corner or IK to complete a decorative scheme, will serve daily as a pleasant reminder of thought-II fully expressed good wishes. 11 Assortments here are of such a variety that makes selection simple and of a 1 character to insure the dignity and quality of excellence demanded in a domestic OFT Suggestions in FURNITURE OPVeRCO WITH THE IDEA OF ASSISTING YOU IN YOUR SELECTION OF A PRACTICAL GIFT THAT WILL ALWAYS SE. A LASTING REMEM AANCE OP THE QIVCR. CHESTERFIELD CHAIRS ROCKERS BUFFETS EXTENSION TABLES DINNER WAGONS FANCY TABLES SECTIONAL BOOKCASE BEAUTIFUL CARPETS ATTRACTIVE DRAPERIES NOVELTY CURTAINS LIBRARY TABLES The McLagan Phonograph "IT SPEAKS FOR ITSELF" Play* all makes ot records, equipped with all the latest deric**,  phonograph that saiibfics the tuost exacting. To rifraud hear the McLat�n will be a profitable experience. It i-a pleasure (or us to demonstrate this truo "aristocrat" amoiit phonographs. BRASS BEDS WRITING DESKS FOOTSTOOLS . CHINA CABINET LIMOGES DINNER SET HAVILAND CUT GLASS BRASS GOODS MAGAZINE STANDS MUSIC CABINET FRAMED PICTURES DRESSING TABLES Did Nobly-Also Surrounding Country-Large Itecf Shipment* Caril.sion. Nov. 20,-(."arilstmi'.s total fourth Victory Loan is now delnltely known and we are proud to state that it ri'Ri'hos $152,7f>0. This in only nine thousand under last year's record and considering the crop conditio:)* In this part of Alberta, it in �n amount ot which we are proud. The citizens of the town ;\V(. espevially worthy ot commentation. All have been exceedingly loyai. I'erhapu the record per capital of the business hc-uspi, should go so the Kolsom Lumber company cm plo\ itiR live hands with aa average of j.'>0n per employee, certain!; a record reached by tew busiuet-s houses. Our �wo crowns arrived todaj We can arar them with the satisfaction thai we hove done our best ur.br the condition". a place ntlt hundred thousand at a .Hp We wonder now bow the slacken cl. Has Done Nobly i'a:d�ion. Nov. tJi - C.tdston as a town as well a^ the mtrrotindini; i oun-try has iliui- nobly in 'he Victory I i,iii We are proud of our record an.! had over the $tr.n �,�� mark. Tai crowns for tun : 1 ar have arrived and will be out io,l,i\. it. M Cornell, one time ai;ent for the railway company a; String Coulee, has In en much Intere.',' .1 iti our Vic-fury l.o.tii rampalRii nr.d -o-nt to .1. Y. Card h'-re �oiiii> cf th-- idfj posters us-e.i .a the I'itito,] Mfytr-i oil the'i' recent Libert;. I .on ti drive These were (lis p'aiv.'d alone Main Str-.-t d.irius the last day* of tin- i anH'.iieti and caused ti'.tii h i uutnent i'fei is." At present Mr. Coi-,n-:i has a pici-ti.iit of ri-ponsibi'ity .n cipt.iln In the Quarter Ma.�t�r's d-i .irtmetit la ,viti I'raJii i-M o and he wtl'.s um.t In-t:n.C for a cychmc. b is now I.a'1'* ..it lab.a' V a til. '.a: time) I v, ;*. � Hi!, en.! S.-.:: K--,! : � -i H wild . rai '" tire ib'l'.Tiniei.t .,-e mit da"h-.!,; down -tieets. clatH- iiells. blow, m- v.hi-tlep. i '�thlnR that . .,ii make a 11:... Ik by the ibi/.i-ll re i t!r.- b. ,'as, i r -ti all hi-'h limb!-llii".' atul hl;l lop, .i/i.tiud the city I siit ii*o: wiu-is  -'pros-, the li.a I jo\ ot the ;,.,!,;,� I'll! up "I! .:, ; IS.mst Ad-' 1 -en: �.�� and 1 '..-ri-. i^).�m -,-, ':, 'i will rou'.e or? . !,s.- !..-�' -. vrut will wfl'e ti.or.- '.�:� r - ico.-..- :. .� To -ee Hie i,�r-.�-)- In :.j: :,.;e i : � .. i.iii uis:. wiittia later It., �.!��! J. J.-, COW oVrr ^1 I-.n'ir* 'ia, e !:. . e>,>ratloti � oimjieu. cl all la-! t'^tr .il dat, >e�:,vdav all tl'-lih: an 1 'i> 1.^ It colliIllli-�- 11" tt-ii.iii; Ian be.-: ' - thlnK will la*! It 1.,-vt-r Wat jporej. in the lil�to.'> uf til.- wur: l Sc. n demotsiittattoi:* a- were \v::n�--.�. t hpr* durinu the |un: :'4 tcmr- ! ,ui aettdtng you . I rjp'.e id p;te:� ,'., he Separate CO\  '.* Mtli :.!! tn.- a'.e . .pe. Don't (all to iea,} %-.!-i,i.;.- , n\r, m " Tlo- \t:,.-i: v!.s t, c.-riainly sr�-i.t uo , t-1 - ^ra'ec - ' tiuisM who iia . e ot>. e ).\, t :^r- , ... bi-llet itpptt-cial-Itri'a.ti an 1 :o-. .Cat i olouies ::i.u� t!.o->- Wliii ,, la-' i.:.uw ns. Anoint' Death Aiio'ror: d ..':. : on th� "rtii nu uioit .MuUhtj.ii \ - Uss week in th" i'.-f-ion ii' - i: lining in��- Uav- :d*i tie- ,.-:! on the afternoon i.-: t�i ! >,... t ami ThiM !>'!' e �i'l� *il: - .:�!!! and c�tilc; - a' tet.iia.c tri.tii i ..::-um. M: I > iu. .-: - li.e we!! kno.. tt  -��-.i-,^, u- . j..i� als-o ill with I.:* *':t.- aiei � i hildrvn lie � .ait but is reported b. li. s:,.e, ji,. , , now on t'-.e ro.in : Ce. oVl I'lieje ...a-, - tjyrt death:, thus I...- iii 'i;.- ii..Two in Cardituii. \i.s Hn!>' I.,..�:.- ii,;v afteruoon, but bo pulled thioiiich iu.- uight and is report-el as sliKhti;. imptoved this morning. Mr. Lt-e i= *ei! ' nown to all visitors at tbo SVdienon Lakes. Several death; among the Indians on the Wood Kc.ii-rve ara rumored and jiiauy aria .still ill On the whole thi.s district has escaped remarkable well as no cage* are re-lotted at Hill Spring, Aetna, Kimball. Tu.lo:-viile, Woulrord or Beazer. Big Beef shipment*. Hit; beef hliipiuenta w�ot out from Cai'd-itnn last week when Knfght-Wat-soii I'orupauv shipped out SS cars of inline he, f tor the Chicago market, bat no member of the railway com-i'i;-.sion �a, on the job and of course, these heei were "not in sight" when ticsrepie.seniaiive of the commlHtiion visited UiU district. *  ' Yesterday a train load for P. Bums Company was loaded and half the herd was nut loaded because, of lack of car* and aro .itill herded here awaiting transportation. Yet It appears that there Is not buslttehs enough to warrant a daily train down this branch, f% wish aa investigation could l�o Xitk Craoa � thti r*ek-*l� It Wtrth � Wnpvtn Cfjrigtmas presents: E�eh Coupon tn IhU t**k-�* it Worth S Wrapwa ROYAL CROWN SOAP COUPONS eo*t you no*hlnj wh.t.ver-remember Ihet,-It's our w.y of advertiemg. When you buy Rcy.l Crown or Golden We.t product, you grt Quantity and Quality-plue Premiume. Coupon, will be found on the following: Royal Crown Soap, Oold.n We.t Soap, Royal ���,*.n ^u" Wr - *,Vhin9 Po�der' Ro�-' C">"" � T on. Special t'rire- Maiied fre.; fiv son wrappers or  t Sr. and 85 wrappers. No. wo-THE GILLETTE SAFETY RAZOR SET. Morocco �rnilii leather case, trtlde silver plnted, fully (tuiir-nnteed. Thts �et,Includes 12 Oilletto Razor Ulsdee. Itetall prlco j'.OO. Ppeclnt rrlce- Mulled free for 1.S0O wrappers or :t.TK and lOO wrapper*. W* will �nnl this premium by Insurance Mall without exu-.i coal to you. No. 0917-B UTTER DISH. HlRh clnsB. nlh-ep plated. Dome shaped top, Klnan lined, bright finish. A. flrat olnaa article), Mailed froo for 900 wrapper.. CHRISTMA8 IS COMING-Write at one. for BIO FREE PREMIUM BOOK. Mention this paper wh:n writing. The ROYAL CROWN SOAPS, LTD., Calgary, Alta. PREMIUM SHOP AT 707 FIRST STREET EAST. had of the business done on this brunch and It i otild be shown t�at a blK revenue is derived ami nil forntur train services fully wanatitcd. Hut there ii no response to the board ot trade demand� for an itivcstiirutloti Some corporations at� bigger than our government li the natural loinlm-lop imperially In view of recent appointment* to the railway comlul��|un. Wlli-lt the proillll ll)K clause', combine to work out their rcunoinli-jt .-al-1 vatioti throuch electijiK men who will! mualt/.e the hur.Ii'ii.i and make the bis' i-nrti ertis, those who aie ;ib!e to aian I j the t.ltes In (il- theni, We may hope for louie Ki'iotlt" of relief. The tint" j, coiuintt. soldiers  .(allotted there have had the infltteiua Aiuouk the natives v.huh" families, hare been wiped nc; r.i made '.elp-less by the dlsi-ii-o' ai.d then, without attention, i.ai-c fro.-, :; ii� i(, ,itli. Su persti'ioii.; ,,t [(,,. d.-ad, the C-i.imo-have fb-ii fi.mi.cabin to t.ibin, ma:, ini; the taik of tin- authorities in .o,-::-biiltit: the eiiidetnlc more di(;u .It To care tor the Kskltuo orphaned, an tirphauaee. Iia1- been npi-tn-.| t:\ Nome with :'.o babii.s and iblidreti -., in mule?.. Two hundred tulles to Mo- north ot Nome Candle has reported lo mild cases of Influenza, hut In Council City, ithotit (�� mites north a ti�;cl ipiatati title ill effel I Not I he 1'ialU .If.- 1� nil  1 to leave Ihe ;,o.|t oldie. U. S. GOVT. CONTROL OF TELEGRAPHS Wasbinn!on. Nov 20.-faMnwilid.it! m of t'. � �"'oiih ol tic Wrilern t'tii-ct and I'le-i.il Teb-(rraph eompatilus under -rnmi'iit control wa� hiiiimiiu-'-o! today by I'.-.'tiu.i tor fieileral Uurlu- � i n, i'Ti ct:n: . i r-.-.-xt WAS TORfEDOEO Lot,a,,n. No-, it. a ilrltish nd.e..-. ;.l:\ off.em! .'at rant i.*iilMl this -n. >:. nut saw the llri'; Ii mine Mvi---|ier \ - � ot v. :s t � irpi .Me I and . titui by a t.- : mult ubtniriiie .-:i N,.-, ember IP. ntr i o ' e. a :  i-a �: nt Iliii-Jaiid lit".-Cue n.-iiibi ; ol the i lew' -a.fl Ciro-rt i: a number of during hoJd-upi- wan- '. ( ported from mat dl=tri aii'l nt-*? and of ti,i-i.- :uo-tor . a! -. : E ill..in Our Own Cutre�.t> lilairtnoru, Nov. The death oc- curred thi.- monilng of Frank .Nicholson, who Is a well known figure around the 1'aisa coal mines. Mr. Nichols.-n ,vai a victim of the Spanish influenza arid had been sick for only a shott while He died at the Alberta Hotel, which lias been turned into an isolation hospital. We understand that Mrs Nicholson and little boy are very bad also with th� 'flu, but we truct that they will pull through. Interment of the body of the late Mr. Nicholson will lake place in Dlair-ntnre on Wednesday afternoon. ESKIMO OIE LIKE FLIES FROM 'FLU Nome. Ala'ku. -Like the sweep of "he more dreaded forms of scourge, the Spanish influenza has cut a fearful tiwath of doath on the lierine pea-inuula and, now believed to b� at the turning point iu this .section, it la sproading its tenucles stiil furthor northward toward the Arctic and down the, coast. Of an estimated Kgkimo population in this vicinity of 250, but 75 natives are left, the dead toiulllng 175 and others dying daily. Nineteen white peraons in Npme have succumbed but conditions among the whites are tin-froviufc. ai I'ort Dayis, 7i out of &i Rescued from Huns to Die of Starvation! Hideous Plight of Belgians Demands Immediate Help Peace does not mean Plenty in Stricken Belgium 1 Germany's hellish policy has been too thoroughly administered (or Belgium to be able to feed and clothe herself again-at least, until the Government has been thoroughly organized on a permanent basis. Little children, thousands of them, are hungiy for a slice of bread, shivering in their worn-out rags. YOU can help to feed and clothe them. They haven't a cent to buy even what supplies are available). The destitute Belgians need your help about as badly as a human creature could need it. t HOW TO HELP!* AB the machinery of the Belgian Relief Fund ia at your service to coawt your oootribtitaoa ia money HERE into food �nd doming THERE. A dollar have and now means LIFE to one of the starving subjects oi King Albawt, but look here..... NO ONE will come to you and ASK you for your contribution. If you do not voluntarily send it to the Belgian Relief Fund. Local Committee, or Headquarters, the opportunity is gone, and the Belgian you MIGHT have saved, dies of aUrvaiigA or perwhea for lack of clothing or proper protection. Strike dlaawea payable end catttributloa* tei Belgian Relief Fund (R�Ci>tare4 undw tti. War Chariti.* Act) to y�air Local Comar.tttco, or to \'JX HMa�|t*a.rt*r� > 50 St. Fetor St.. Montreal. 11713070 ;