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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 27, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 27, 1917 .T TTF.nAI.T) PAGE FIVE WHAT THE BANKERS THINK OF VICTORY BONDS! Victory Bonds are a good investment. Victory Bonds are good collateral at any bank. s your Bank will lentf you 90 per 'cent of your Victory Bonds you require the money to operate your farm or to carry on your business. Your money invested in Victory Bonds serves a double purpose. The Victory Bonds are as good as cash to you, and, at the same time, your money is doing YOUR bit by assisting the government to property provide for the men at the front rs.; .'On Tbariday last death came again 'to' Iho-ho'irie-ot Mrs: P.'O. Clarke lak Jug her youngest'child bpj of fire .years. This Js (he second 'death In'Iht family In less than (wo weeks. The -llllle one hart been ailing only a short fime, the sickness dereluplnr-from a cold to of which Ihe child Were so no public funeral WM held a few peo- ple met in'an open' air'service for a hort Saturday., morning to pay their respect, to the'bereaved The sympathy of the'efillre. community-goes'put. to Mrs. CUrkc.fa ter .Hadneas.'-.' Mrs. Bruce Cc'pe recelred 'Word a eV dayi 'ago that her brother Stanley tVJckhamj had beeni-wounded: He has many friends In'this district Sharing enlisted .-with.., a South Alberta' regi roenl over three'.yearB. ago.' He was on a wegon wUh'twiy'other man haul- ng proTisiona- to. cainp wh'en" a Zep- pelin botnli the tiro icn and Tour horse's .hitched wagon. He had very narrow escape. 'n a few [jays.he.would.tiaVe Tecelyed n furlough. y-.' Ills! Aftdn Jenion left pnL8aturday for-Salt'Lake: ,City, where she will bride of a Jcnson Is one of Magrmlh's leading yoiing talented.mnslclan and the people wlah' her.a happy and proiperoun ID het.neir'home. Mr, B. L. Jtratn Redmond, Ulan, formerly a clllKen.of Magralh, la llere slllng old who lias been -Bending the the guest of Mrs., Amos Peter'soa left on MOD day for her home In Utah. Miss Leon ard wiirbe .tn claVand :l.a .she Is a nraalciec of eicelle.nt talent; -Mr. in'1 Mft.'.BOy Sloddard ol Salt Lati City are lilting par ond, Mr. and Mra.'C. W. Stoitozd and MT. and Mrs. 1: The Conjoint of: Ihe M. I. A to be'held, on nlgjil.n'cit wlM .be very InterMUnf ani-'Iriitrocllra to all those' who attend.-'The'jnbject o the evening, "will' Book o The subject will-be treat K Uraenbach ot' Lelh brklge: being ons of.Mr. llrt.cn tuKh'a pet'subjecti and he wel qualified to h'aad.le you wit enjoy it. muslci' nnnberi will W rendered. Kegina, Nov. allies haye not yet won the war. Germany Is far rom conquered. The .German people Rre not staining.- Food in that tduntry, whUe not In abundance'. Is not scarce, Germany at.the; present time has Slavs" cnltlTaling her 'landJ. The people of thai' country 'will, not revolt. The German army' is not de- eated, Its morale is not as tow as the Canadian people appear .to think it is. We must alike Britain to the last and electrical effects ara eicel- dollar, and last acre of land lent. Manager Hanion should have [we hope to detest German 'clvlHia' houses every .one ot jon five nights of llila ptrlonnance. What ihe Press Agents Sag AT THE ORPHEUM i The Jolly Enlertilne'r, 20 clever cbll- dreri, daqben, players, pre- senting '.the. end musical comedy' succeiBee, appear at Ihe'Orpheum tonight for a five night's engagement.' the Juvenile Bpslbalans over again, only belter a hundred times. They are described as the p-eatest combination of Juven- HB Ulent before the public. The COE- and electrical effecU ara ezcel- The foregoing are a few ot Ihe state- ments made by His Honor Sir Jamos Altklni, lieutenant governor ot Maril- :oba, speakln'g lo-lhe Reglna .branch of Ibe Canadian club at luncheon to- day. The exodus of alien enemies who lave come lo Washington since Ihe declaration of vraf has begun. Oei- man clerks In all .executive, depart- knentA alto being forced to qnlt. _.On Thursday afternoon ahonl 40 little "tola were Mrs, Lyn Marker, tho "occasion' being the birthday o( Masler'Ralph. I. A- enterUinment whICfl should have held on Tuesday evonlng.has been postponed nnlll Frl day evening at The Primary Association will serve hot chicken on Thursday even- InK'in'lhe-.basemenl of the Meeting Honse. ,Also.a.dance ln.theverentng- W.bod received two car.-load of- stock'-helfera. this -week from Portage La Pral.rle." They will to-.farmera or other people Ishlag lo procure Home of (bis fine .AT THE EMPRESS Are you Are yoor ex- penses greater than yoor Income! II Ihey arc; what wilt become of you and your loved ones In the future? All of these are strikingly answered in Ihp greaC Metro-Popular Plays and Players production, "Extra- with u the etar, wblch will be seen here al the L'AST TUXES .TONIGHT- FAMOUS PLAYERS PRESENT P AU F RtDE RIC t" J: IN .and Keystone Comedy The Milky Comedy The Love lime, theatre tonlfiht for the last PROF. HULL DEAD j New Nov. dispatch' Tom London.' to Uic Associated receired unnpunced here ,or Prof. the foremost geol- oglit In the. British laics. He was born ia 18S9 IB Ireland, His chleC u- Jatutt and. fedoieLrlat wis Lord Kit- chener then a captain. Prof.' Hull has recently devoted hli time to Hie work ot llio war coat commission. Ilia last sclintltlc work Vaa In conVectioTi Ui the bed'of'tbe Atlantic, In which he M.scoTered'.thaL Ihe "contlnenU. platform" on ,iffhlcK Tcslern Europe and thfc British' Islei are' planted la eroded by old river Talleys contlgloua with those, of Douro and Tagua, and', lo a depth of several Ihoaauid fect.bekm lha prec- ont nrfactu TQNIQHT AND ALL OTHERS WILL BE IN THE Mme. Petrova in f xtravagance A.Mctro of Power in Aeta All Goanurbnd. SPECIAL ATTRACTION WtONEiDAY AND THUR8DAY w Vhan Rkh And Equalfy Poevler Ita're, In ternoon at and ami f.OO 20c' and I0c: Evenlnga, ZBc and 10c- r. V ORPHEUM TONIGHT THf BIGCtR AHO BITTER THAN r i V f VAUDEVILLE Not the ordinary dilldren'fl ebopfete-rceid r prodncllon carryinj' orcr 6ns. ton L ot. Special .Scenery, Ettctrtoel I Effect and Wardrobe, -Show StajrU at'9 pfc. Btirp.V I TSinf -raj en mafflAI' BBSMA M AdinlMlo'n 7Sc, WITH. rf ICTUBe P1WWKAW Rnerve'd -All CM Wren Me EEPING UP WITH ;