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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 23, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE EIGHT n DAILY HEIAUJ THURSDAY, OCTOBER 23, 101D There Will lip Dclxtk Uesl Methods of v Eeor.omizmg On Thai is Startling Claim Made Kducalional Conference by Dr. Anderson WINNIPEG, Oft. tip imo ibe life of {he Canadian riHiiuu." be only one-fifth of the present The atiual slreamh of thi? British nrmy, at present ToO.OO'l mcu, will be I railroad, and ot about pupils; 40 'k? rast 10 years there havo been reg- roffllcs tchool sessions in its ijjslrict. fisca! v" ihn pre-war strength, il under teasers, with tli was BMOunVd to'lhe bouse by Win-! today crerj.- Mn.fl-oina.. _ __. _r-----i and child is familiar with bullish and MDn Churchill, the secretary of war. ThIrty-riTa thousand troops arc sta- tioned in Irel.inU, >Ir. Churchill slated. Sir Auckland Ac-tides informed lhe huusc thai among ihe fiovelniaeni ooniracis placed ahroatl since -lhe TV as one with Germany for pylash. The amount of the contract be- ins pounds sterling. there have fceec seven or eight ca-ej ot inter-marriage. (From Our Own Corrispcndfnt) FOREMOST. Oct. very pleas- ing event look place nl the borne ol Mr. and George Come, near Xcnvrscam, on Friday, October ITlli. at 4 o'clock. their daughter, Annie, became Ihe .bride of Albert Edward ThompEon, in the presence ol a number o[ relatives and friends. Mr. Alla.ii Conic acted es best taau. while. Miss Ma reel ).i Sulllrau brides- maid. Rev. J. D. Taylor, of Fore- most, performed the ceremony. After the ceremony a dainty and bountiful wedding partafeen ot. Mr. and Mrs. Thompson, will reside on their farm about Lhrse miles from Xerniscam. Their many frieads Join ia wlsliing them the besl ibat life can _t've. Mr, George Seaman and his ronto, OnL, is visiting him lor a while. A heavy ram Cell yesterday After- noon and evening. The temreraiuri; dropped considerably duriug the and today; lha storm is continuing as a snowstorm. AH of TvMch ia wel- come. Mias Wright, ol Toronto, is her slsier. Mrs. Hunt, on her IT ay to Los Angeles. Mr Hodgson, chief inspector of con- solidated Echools, Tfas in tnvra UsL Friday. He and Mr. Scolield Tisitcd >ranyberries on school business." Vallcv Must Raise Bit Will do .Belters-Sugar Short- Being Relieved fFrnm CorrescnncTcnO CRESTOX, B.C., Oct. Arraiire- are now complete for the 'can- rass'of Ibe l in connection with the Victory Loin, 1S19- aare beeu named 'or all (he poiuis from Sirdar to Kitchener, anil pre- liminary effort Indicates v (hat {hare -JM be a healthy demand for tlii I'eifne. Creslon VnUey bas been nsked for bat Cbaiiman looks (or an intake of at leasL IQ the Canyon City section Ifie ca'i- i-Rssers har-; tindly consented UT do- nate the eomniiasiona earned by Uicm to the soldiers' memorial fund novr ralsej in that section. It ts true oct of five peo- ple over forty suffer frorn the most prosperous year in the iuat- ter of with the excep- tion of 1913. The society- tame Imo just five, years, ago. and in (hat time has raised almost U.OOO in cash, and hss manufactured thou- sands or articles for overseas UEP, As Ihe memberships do not tiplre until March, the organization -will remain intact until at least that (irr.fl. "WjtS the return ot Pte, Hilton Young from overseas on Saturday, every ace of the 124 mea recruited here is bacX from the great war, cx- tepl (he 21 "gone Ol llm num- ber less-tVian two dozen arc con- scripts and of these latter only twu were -Mesdamea F. H. Jactson and H. Lyne are at Oils wccli [or the annual convention ol Kooienay" Wom- en's ioBtitqled. The local I. 1ms a very important resolution to ]ire sent, denip.nding that girls in attend- ance at U. C. Normal schools be com aces rnth tccdar come spongy. They jhrinfi'. leelh become todec.ij" nL tho bar-a end liay ings in lhacums bccoraa lh-3 breed- Alices cf disease perms trhich t.Bcv-ire rf that first for iho guinJ. It positively prevents Pj-orrtfea, ;f in usccV cozsiatcnUy. Ko cruinary tooth putc tlt> this. And PorJian'a cleacs vatle Ibe soldier settlement nL Lister as soon as the new school is The Idoa Is lo liave a service by each denomination-once a TVeek, and the school will be utilized until the settle- ment erects they commjinily church. part oJ the settlement, sclienie of infnEs. fervent hope Is expressed Llm lhe vintcr will he shorl and milrl The fuel controller holds out no hopt of any more coal being available lor Crest on Dealers, anil the vendors o wood have advanced the price ]l.QO a cord over last year's figures. The SUJBT shortage Is being EOTHC what relieved In stclion by the of tho extracted honey callyasweU. Brush yourlceth wiih j crop. Ft Is going ai 30 cents a nr.imtl il. uhitoandcleaa. land one apiary sellin slart Porhan's ncd consult a trca1.- nicnl, 35p nnj g almos Pounds ot it in a single day Ihii Ada. The cn.-ps niounled police fo thla district havt taken up their quar ubes. All Druggies! i 'crs hsrc' arrf- arc" already on patro Montreal, Can- 1n lhe Tallcy, with special attcn ;ilon lo (he U.S.. bonier at Porlhill men constitulft ijc dplAehrnenl Henry (.'hosier, a former C.P.Tl. urn ployee, has been recalled from gale to reinforce the depot, staff's Crcsfon, which now conlpstn of thre men: -The Iclcgraph businejs at thi point hag grown lo eiicti dimension lhal tl requires almost (ho lime o one man Uaelf. Clirlat Ohtfrch Ladies' ttulhl p-c scnled Mrs. M. Young with a'leatho handbag at the N'ovcmber She is leaving Ibh week tn after many yeara' rcaldenc In town, Halfield harbor shop ha changed lianda, tho new owner beia FOR THE GUMS If are In (he market Mr hofst or tiattte KAV on no accounf mfea calling or 'writing lo us for Qual- ify and JrnmedFdle ship- money In your pocket. Fie- member money javed it money, Phone 1563, Palterson-Befl Hay A Grain Co, next doer Tele- gnh office. free freight arranged. 2CO-S Jj.'S, J'carla, of HOT Island, Alfa., wh got poaaoaslnn this week. Mr. an Mrs. n-lll spend (he vlalc In lhe south, The Canyon CJty Co., Ud unloailed R car of 18 work horaes 01 Monday mnrnlnp, which Iliey seciirci 'at Calgary tot bush ivork. Every Gity and 9 j 7 fl -TW T uisirici win win When Edward, Prince of bright eyed, smiling and- in fCanada in-August, and when he voiced his" great admiration of the wonderful achievements' of Canadians; on the fields of battle and -at home, once again we were thrilled with joyous -pride. v He asked concerning Canada's reconstruc- tion programme, told of the Victory Loan 1919, he graciously rhf) use of his Coatof Arms on a flag, which is to bs the prize of honour for districts achieving their quota in the loan- In dedicating "The Prince's'Flag" at Ottawa on Labor Day, His Royal Highness said in It is a great joy to me to bs -associated with the loan, which is the bridge between war and peace, and which is finishing off the job." "I hope every city and districrwill win my jteg." Striking, and beautiful in design, this flag will form not only an unique memento of Victory Year, but a lasting and "outstanding souvenir of the visit of His Royal visit which will remain as (one of the -most memorable events in Canada's history. 4 4- -f 4- The reproduction above shows the design of the flag. The bodyjs white, the edge red; in the upper left hand comer is the Union Jack, and lower right hand corner the Prince of Wales' Coat of Arms. The flag is made in two sizes. 4 feet 0 inches by 9 feet for small cities, towns and villages, and 7 feet by 13 feet 6 inches for cities of over population. Canada has been divided into canvassing districts by ths Victory Loan Organization.' Each city forms one district. Other districts have been determined according to population. Each of these canvassing districts has been allotted a certain amount in Victory Bonds to sell. To win the Prince's Flag, therefore, a district has to sell its allot- ment. That is the one and simple condition. Anticipating that many districts will buy far beyond their allotment, the organization decided that for each per cent, excess of the quota' one'Prince of Wales' Crest be awarded. Thus the workers in a district doubling its quota 'will be the proud winners of four small crests for their Honour Flag. These crests will be sewn to the flag. The Prince's three ostrich shown at the top of the coat of arms. To every organization with fifty or more, employees, where seventy-five per cent, of the enrollment invests a total of ten per cent, of, the annual payroll in Victory Bonds, a supplementary Prince of Wales Flag in smaller inches by 34 be awarded. The allotment for each district has been carefully considered, and is based on. a conservative estimate of the purchasing power of the district. i Your district can sell its allotment and thus win the Prince's Flag, provided each person does his or her share, You will gladly do your part and encourage your neighbour to do his, Remember YOUR purchase may be the one that decides whether or not your "district is to be the proud posscssor'of the Prince's Flag. TOe Prince's Motto is "IServe" Witt You also Serve 1919 Isaucd by Canada's Victory Commltlcc in co citation with the Minister of Finance of (he Dominion of Canada. ;