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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 24, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta LETHBRIDGE nAfl.t' HEKAU) SATURDAY, NOVEMHKH THE CHIEF mm BOflAM SB Drayloii Ari., KOT. lOlh, 1915. A bfantUui completion Is ihinisoxi wbnua'scbiefelc-JYandtheenvy olhet If 55 rortunilj riyila. Yet a soft, eleai mill of flirt filcfJ-' "I wis trotibieil for a considerable raw 10 IM STOCK snow, mm Hon. Duncan Marshall Excursion For Alberta Stockmw Hon. Duncan Marshall haa made ar- rangements for a party ot fanswra and oihcrs Interested In Improved live stock to visit toe forthcoming >nter- uational Lite Stock Shov at Chicago, whtreby alt irJH travel together In a special car and a, specially reduced rales. The party will leave Edmonton on November and return all togeth- er at tho end ol the show. Needless to say. (Sis Is by Jar the greatest live stock" chow In the world, and Canada is always well represented ta the ei- hlbils ot cattle and sheep. Two Judges have been selected from Alberta. W. L. Carlyle. of Calvary, oa boss, and AlSfGalbralth; of Ed- monton, on horses. 4D7 persons desirous ot )oinmg this pu-ly are hereby Invited to communl- cile at once with H. A. Craig. Deputy Jlolsler of Agriculture. Edmonton, who will tumlEh full particulars and make the necessary arrangements. 'i JVl timj Jf jrf, KhJch'cirered my and for "Which I used appll.calionsMd remeiifi without relief. After lives" for one week, earn-. pietelr gttt. I am fir' (he relief mi In the fulure.IwUlaalba KOBAH.'WjlTSOX. t BOc. a box, 6 for J2.60, trial.iiie, At dealers or sent poslpaideB receipt price by Fruiti-tiTM Limited, Ovtan, them a 'very laterwtlii. on the Victory Loan. Mr. Wilson, oTCaUary. who his been appointed teller at the branch o! the Me-cbanU Bank here tnok up alt dnllel oa Taesday, Mr. McKelvle, whom relieved has appointed to a la the branch at Olds. tt. FraMr. ot Claresholm, accepted a pwIUon at clerk in the ien- erel'store belonilni to The Noble Lid., here and took up her duties lail WodneEday. Tha for the new hank uUdlnt.which It to be erected here the Merchants Bank o[ Canada DM comnMrnced thtl The drill alto at work on a veil for Hai Sahscrtbed To Date With'Onir Forty-Nine Snbseribtra OUT Own Nobletcrt, Nov. NoWeford Is again to the [ore and the Victory Loan coamitlee ot are cqnsrata- lallng themselves nponUoe; fact that pnl. Into iit- '.v-trlct the Carmangay area. Ever'since the atari ''at jhe'campaHa the Mackay Grace whlchjMr. J- Harris a -VlgbreM ''I fight has at Up to'list night was and cpn- ol J had "contributed the BTO 'of oui'ot (his dmont io'that rfoWelord his good reasiai; toxbi. UUi record.-1- One of. the beit ol tht'ioan the Ihe: fanners; to. iaTMt their. nrplmi When the buildings are finish td ther will be a credit to oar torn, For.aboBt a year now. crar town has been growing and as far as one can hear there ll to be no stop to the build Ings which are golnn up. One gveal feature of these buildings are that In every they are .being built very snbatantiallr. and show that own- ers have great faith In the or this little barg. The laii meeting of the Toung Peo- ple's Club; took the" form of a pro- walking lour. A large Bum- Mr wen oat and the yeoni' folk stop- ped' at the home of Mr. and when light were serr- ed. At the finish ft wu voted to have ben the vary best meeting yet held. .Tie baaeawml tor-the ne-w barber's la stow: nearly finished and the erection, .frame bafldmg.wlll soon be ebnainenced. work on the new K_ P. Batl has now been and. the .local haTa-lt opeawd early Jaiurr- MeJSr's. KUpaMck, Swalles ssd have been appbloted a com- lalttae to. arrange bar the opening eenpoBy.' K'la tnieaVied to havt a dedication' and degree ta the' attaraooesr.trani ten UlbiU-after wnlct sapvw wfll be terni and thai troai aeren be ta a frand cokcert wtH held It k topei thai ireaatativejtaksit tran bethbrtdge wCl ha preaearL Dancing from ten Ufl money tn it; In a good maar conie.Into, the oOc -r filled uj the fornu. thenwelree. Ac- toJbeaV-fajnree: dlatrtrt'No. I does sot shoV an at all tarmblr, bit It nay bt that tht of- Uaingnt It'beil lo leave the. district almenntU a meeting at ;i which lie iRo'Jand peopto who nxntrj '-live In Ihla.araa had held so thai Uiey (xraM fce Interested. This meetlns was held bisi-Wednesday al- ternooa by the conrteir of their Paa- 1 tor, Vt: Oenaorlope'.'and at which ad- dresses were gfvan'by Messrs. Shep- Hlgtohothaa and by Mr. J. Tit :ot Noblefort. The ptherlng wall 'altended ;aad nba'crlpUoa i anwuitlng lo tatau'le. the Tn addJtten to thH 'of the omie It Is now Intended to hare a th'onmgft eanrais of all the people aed It la (jalU expected, that the Monarch' district win come up to eixiBftVl shorn by a good day's pro-. Kr. aid atoa.'B. Boaatter ot Leta- paM a rUJt the week' end to Mr7 aad Krs. J. Harris. ;A good of our ytmng people to Canaaagay on Moaday tain ta Uw gnat ball then. It ta-erpeeted that a great crowd will be hear Capt Pearsoa of tka T. ftte hbi addreaa the war rttution In Europe next day.' The awetlng vhlch will be hiU la the school The Xmas entertainment by tie school'children Ms already under way. It haa' bean that the day school and Sunday school children should )ora one and Mlaa energetic .teacher Is doing; Un Every yonnjtster who tales Da Tiiesnay attmooa hat a vlsil from Kr. Vfood, preeldeat of UM U. T. A- aod Mr. Shepherd ,wbo nat a number o< the local larmeri aad fan part win be jjvea a box of cudr by evaot DESTROYS Your Halrl Make It T.hltV, Wavy -int Thill i Thhi, oritlk, and it, Ikir Is mlite evidence ot a neglecltd strfnl I Therii Is to deslracllve In the hair itaittlt, It robs tha balr '-'V- f< Ka Itittiif-tU alrtnfth'aiid IU very stoittelog a lb'4 'arts and [IcaHTof which not remedted hair rout 'aid lie fslis 'sfirel; 'ri a saiali aottle of KaorHon'ii stortor lel coaaler, laid lUlef tie ttrii 'cadoa'ywr hafrSm We, school otflcBla. In the of'the' basement of new being reair the entwrtalameai will be there. Tie Ladles' Aid of the ennrah Bet yesterday afternoon at the bosae of W- J. a good eon- panr beiag irasanl The aid Intend h'oldlnji.a'box aoclal hi Ihe school houM on November JWh. An mter- angnmme Is heinc (bt a; and it ts that a large crowd will De held a tmit neeeistnl en- tartalirateait., here on Tneaday evei- scaiol hone betg( nuked and an time was spot by Work oil the new church Is progrese. tof (avonbly and the rafters for the oof are now up. The committee who the Mldtasi la'hand will soon le meeting to for the crftrt- nf swrrfeei. Orf ea fros wtmther theee will Mt bt lomg delayed sol the members, and adherents of hmrch here ItvaJd to see a large revretMtadoi 'prwMnt from Leth- bridge and tlstrlcl If all well tht new day school will be ready lor ase with the open at of the year, The outside walla tre nearly- all U petition and work on the Interior will ruhed. Mfi. JOBM of Is _._, t for a week with Mrs. Harris. Calgary TfeUon-Uit week end In- clnaed Mls< Magee.aid Mill Mcln- tosB of this place. r A number at oar local fan went lo Birons on Wednesday alihl for Ihe great wrtstKaf match. ...Mr. wd.Mrt. F. W.-Hunt left night ind Intend week Kdmonlon. CUSTODY OF Nor. fjji m died Ihl, tkt care ot his -rrfsinKal. flitfy- and hive tht. appetfanCe: M Ihcornparable ''afiil sottnt93i-but what will pleate you MlaMIjr M. ua jllcndeo: J _, Mrs. f her the "ifANADA'S Victory Loan J j is .i direct blow at the Hun. {i, -1- i r'V J, "'I Put your force into this- share in '_ 'V r 1 I the great Hunj for- poweiyjtp menace peace of the world. n Victory Loan Gold Bonds "offered" in three maturities 6 year Bench due December 1922 5- V 10 year Bonds due. December 1st, 1927 20 year Bonds idue, December 1st, 1937' Interest payable half 1st June. and 1st 'at anyrbrahch''in Canada of any Bank. 1 Bonds may be registered. Denomination.) and Issiirt; Price Payment; made -as follows: 10% on December 20% on March 1st, 1918 10% on January- J 20% on April 1st, 1913 1st, 1918 A full Kalf yeaf'S interest will be paid on 1918 The Bonds therefore. giye.a rrft yield to the investor "r'' -1--.- 5.61% on thf 20 year The prociieds pf'tke used for War Purpows only, and be spent wholly in Forms of Application may be obtained "ffbrri any branch in Chartered Bank, or from any Victory Loan Cornottttcti-or member (hereof. f- I.WR4 by Vtetwry-.Loanr.Crjtnrimtec; i with 119 ;