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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 24, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta The Herald's Page of Live Local News ttbe 3Letbbdbge Stalls Devalb All The Local News Where You Expect It Y, OCTOHEK 21. IU19 SECOND SKCT-JOX ALHt'KTA. SECOND SECTION PAGE NINE lelhbridgc Has Never Failed Yet To Keach Objective in Loan Drirc QUOTA IS ft la evident that the Victory carripalgn of .LethbrUge whkh opens on Monday of njxl week will start out with a ewlng. Those responsible for the iuc- ceas of the drive are decidedly an their metal, and headquarters, Whitney Block, on 3rd Ave., arc rapidly becoming exceedingly busy. The chairman, P. E. Harris' work Is In constant evidence and assisting him continuously Ln. the loan office are such energetic and well-known cltfrcns as Peter Lund, Fred E. Spooner, D. J. McSwain and Harris. Mrs, J. A. Henry has been aa steno- grapher in connection with the drive. The allotment of Lelhbridge has been fixed at six hundred.nnd fifty thousand which Js some- what less than Iho amount re- quired of this city latt year. 'It Is felt that in view of present conditions Lclhbridge could not be expected to ralie as much money in 1919 ns it did fn the year before, but Chairman Harris can see no good reason why the amount should not be over-sub- scribeJ if the citizens of Lslh- bridge get behind the lean in the manner as they did last year. Active co-operation has been promised by the Rotary Club. It Is proposed on Monday next to rope off a section of 3rd Ave- In front of the Victory Loan head- quarters in the Whitney Block, which space be Illuminated and where Monday evening the campaign is to be opened with a big demonstration under the aus- pices of the Rotary Club. This entertainment 'will be on a big scale and will Include band music, speeches, choir sing- ing and other events calculated to attract a large crowd.- It is the of the Rotary Club lo give a" series of their well-known' itunts while the campaign Is in progress, and particulars .of. the nfcrtaTn mentis'will be'siinounced' from lime to time. It is safe to however, that every person witl'do well'to be arcund Victory.. Loan headquarters, particularly in the evening. The chairman, D. E. Harris, slat- ed lo the Herald this morning that he is receiving many offers of as- sistance in the coming campaign. He believes thrit the people arc Just as much Interested in the Victory Loan now that the war is over as they were while it was In progress. He believes that it Is the duly of the Canadian peo- ple to finish the great work In which they took sjjch a promi- nent part and he has.no fear, In reanrd to its past achievements the the citizens of Lcthbndge will not do iheir ut- mots to finish the work In provid- ing money for reestablishing Can- ada on a p'csce bssis, PECULIAR CATTLE MOVEMENT Thcro Is Bomelhlug of an anomaly presented In Iho erjlppin? Ihc ihlpplos uul of cattle In the pruv- Ou, Tuesday of tills week. carloads of Block were shipped cut 'rom this district -Lo On Thursday, strange lo gay, 30 carloads ol slock were sli'ppeil in from Havre MoiilauH, to Calgary. I Response lo Ap- peal Gives Fund Fine Boost For A fine spirit of Fyinpalhy ivith HID alms ot tha Women's Civic Club, hi tha way