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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - October 25, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta '"RIDAY, OCTOBER 25. 1918 THE LRTHBRIDGE DAILY .JKr;\LD be paying fifty millions. interest f'ntfn l. Ciirmdii Inis linen ' Ry W. �;. Tiinnitu. (let. L'fi. tnuiRi'dtiiK'il liy � pcopln practically n-itliniil a mill tary liinloiy eniiiiillaim nin now pnln' Hh piidp to a riuniil, which, in niiim r 'iirllllnnry ami ki-iumhI idd-i-livi-ooFs tnr tin! numbers (>iiKaK"'ti Knn. Her unprecedented prnRpority. ilnrltiK a period mntiiifardir*. of war inntf>r!nli>. If in llie early month* i�J ISH nuyoni> .'i.n! predicted thnt by Hip inlddlo of 1 1 k Panada would Kirn nut r.ii.fino, i'lm sheila nf all kind*, nr> in, Dt powder and ."iO.firm.orin Un. nf hitch explosive*, hp wnnlil have linen Itiuahed to scorn IJul Hip inipoaalble lias licnn accomplUliPil Today lmth Ureal Itrltaln and the fulled State* roudlly h�it�r tribute t� r'nuaila'a aihi"vi'uiint' in Hi" production of mo Milium anil other war material* And. in doltiR tills, tlipy are. only ail-inlttitiK one of th� lie."! liliesled fact' li i- well that Canadian* should know the.-.- ililna.ii, that they .-dunild. In deed, be pro.'iaitiipd upon the limine lop- In ihi-* i-oiintry today a tfren' deal miit'i- I* heard ol �liit( soiio of the mure prutntueut iielllK.-reiu* have done than tif what Canada herself til- done and in dtnr.r. In >i !�� in mind tli.it �;' . dlthinar. f"rr'-and liavi iliu,. Iioi-n �ithdru�ii ((�mi '!n- ratik� of pi-accfttl Indu.Htf) In iiiM.'ion to llirsc. iiniiiy Mioiifund" �f !.��"�!tint* lu l.iiiKlnt: t" >h" llriil*!i nod i.t'ip;- .> ill'- arm"'., of Hi" alio'*. ..!> aim. I�!t lli� loimtiv Indt'pd, |ir"!ulily >;:o lien nmli- . hum piiy. *! .illy ni utid. In ninny i.im-i. tlo-)!)> t i-ni-j>rPt h- and ri-l-t. Ill �ld!i' o! Ml I ;� In Hi" fl'-rii! * "sir t'.'H our i'\p.trn ot niiuiutiii-tiii� ��> �imi' valicil .-it ��: i"-'.'. fur tin- x'-.ir piptliiie ynar. $420.r>!in,f)0O ^vsi-j aubscrlbnil to the Victory Loan, and yet at. the ond ot Aiifruxt last, thn savings dcponltd w-oro >�7,000,000 greafpr thsn they worn at Iho nnrt of AiiRuat. ll>17. 'I'hena lingo deposits iiuvo hn�n piling up notwithstanding t|,e fact that stwnvat liuntliod niillloiiH hsvo lieen raised HiroiiKh inorPiiHod taxation, while $80. 000,000 liBvn hpon KuhscTiliod to fund* of a patriotic character. At thn outbreak of war, ('miada. whir.ii. up until dial. Ilnm hail borrow pd $.'!.000,000,000 abroad, and wan pay inR in Inferos) well on to JHO.OOO.Oou a ynar. lind nover lloated at lionia a iiHllouiii loon, lluf since the fall of ll'l.'i loui' win- loans havp lieon Inkpn up by t'anadians the number of sub srrlhers lotallinR 020,21? and, at the prppput lime, anothnr cHinpHlRti i� hii-dcr way lo raise jr.oo.OOO.ooo ttirotiKh n HPcottd Victory Loan, and it win undoubtedly hp Hiu'ieiaful. I'lvon If no more loans are Issued, by 'hi* time next ynar Canada will no doubt Iir pnylni; fully $50,000,000 annually in interest in hnr own people, who havo hoiiRht her bonds, which money will be kept In die country. I'ndrr prewar condition* further borrowing would have been done abroad, atcom panied by a huge addition to Ihp an iittal loll or foreign mon�y lenders 'I'iiPHn devplopnients, some of which lire HtarllliiK In their character, are to lie attributed to the circumstance that, as a poople, Canadians have found liieniHelven. which explnlna v.liy. !n indintry .mo tinanr.n, thoy arp iloiiiK today what they never thnitKtil uC r.oinK tiBforo. Tile exampla of our �olillprs jiverseas 'indoubtedly has iikiI its effact op those who have re maiiied at home. Thounh unnxpori paced, yf arlilPii&K aljtnal *ucrnsa In riiilittur operations, and tha' against the ino/�t military '�f nations in mod ern limps A'l this naa, beyond qutis-tin;), spurred thus" at home to greater efforts m the �orious departments of industrial activity. t)ne sitc.vess Imd InK lo another has foitercd a spirit of self-reliant p to nuch an extent that today t'nnndlan merchants, utantifar tiirprs, farmers and producers of ai! kinds, will, with confidence, undar '.iko a:tuo�t any task Wli.it Canada iia* done In war time she will do after peace shall have Iippii declared ImUed. in induitrial lines, even grouter advances may be expected The Induatrlal develop tnent thn' )>ai been experienced will no; � nine i.i ,i uddeu and ahrup' end iiiK Cniiddiaii industry havliiK deni litis',rat"d to lh� world what it ran Jo when kIvmi the opportunity bavlnit demon-itrated lo the world uiitit tt � an do when aiven the opportuniti and ihe In, kini:. will, from now on i:et both of then- A needy world will want Canadian products, and. if the required � apttal for tiei* eoterpr'se* does not conie from abroad. �d In With the French Army in France, Ocl. 2."i.---Oot. LM, thn newest of na tionnl f�>le days, will he celebrated not only in cBinrnl Hut-ope us the anni versnry of the birth In exlln of the Czechoslovak Koveriiuiunt, but also at 'I'ltrron-surAiane, In Fnini-e. as the date of the first victory of the Czeclni Slovak armies. Lulls of this Intel hit 1v,11 iwuoiik til" bolligeriMlt s fiRhtillK with lien. Ooiirard In the region of Vo/.leres, re p.elved news of the conslltution of the Czecho-Slovak government at noon. Oct. II. Immediately afterward they went forwnrd to nsaauit one of the most difficult positions aloOK the A;sne and took the. village of Terror) st the point of the bayonet. .ifti  hi Vic Yhwo troops had been In :,i six days In a particularly inc tor. drnnchad by continual .upfront, of thorn the Goniinir' utrotigly entrenched anil ' Iho village of Torron with ; ly Imuvy artnitment of uu, A wild hurst of eiitlniMin, the. anuounc.omfiut of the f, the Czecho-Slovak govern: which the men UstuiiGd t ol's exhortations. "Your colonul counts man to do his utmoKt u, cotiHtltution of the Rovi-rii:c lory," he sold. "The r �>,;;,� nation has ils eyes upon .m It., of stent heart and- --forward ;.-uv-.i Fifteen minutes only of .., ',i 'he Cerman lines. At :'. o'd-c :: :},r. H|l,,, left their li-enclic. mid | iv".|�r iJoraRp tier... were flx'jd at t> ;n'jih from ports ;it ihe rmad of L-ike rtii|ierior and cents from chlctigo , to Uiij'r:i!i> ,-|i \i culif im.'iic.. > ' c;-.!n y lid-,ii-r-'.i the in11tilliz;-. on uinrnlit"" ( ol trie Luke i'-irrn't'A ^soc: it;o i. -i , i-unini't.t ee in chi'.ri-'e of w|i>'e;- mo.-.r '�Uf,' 1'uffalo and .Inl.n-- 11 I'.arnci of the rederr.l 'cod ad mi-ii"! rat ion. The r:i 1 r> i are effe.-i;-... Iietwecu Nov :'.o and Dec ?i The rale after ! lie :s in he ,ii i'Hiiai'!ar;i!K i iioats Ioi sI.Tnei ] n V l> : ,ir � i lond l i !>:,  ij ' i;i  -(In tiie r>t' S Hal lour, : I'lr hrii,i.s in,- iiiimher of ships under i , � i:is; no t inn v.hi'h has been autborir.- j �d by ordrfr-ln council up to 2a and I some nririitlniiBl contracts will be cloy-j ed wftiln a few days ' (i! 'flio 2f. �hlfis hunt, in course of | couHttticriori or cont.niPted for. In art) I of s.iDii loim i.i!. i: ty. six of a.ltm �ltd tens, four of 't.ToO f :'..4uii ,,i',i|, I.-.h. l.lrn'ted, of Mon-e :',-.t with eight ron-cniftininp: contrnr-is are tons, iliii-e of tons Mini i\e;t Cams,'ian V! I tea'. 1' r �  ; :-a' is ami 1 lie divided as f->!lnw.-. Co!!li�;wi).-ni Tide ww't er ^ I; � jilr;' Hlilpjar.nl-. thn" : two: Victoria WaiUe A it hnr .lohuilrtiiiK. four: i ok, f.our: llalifiix '� �' Davie i 'nmpnny. �''"�"> Depot, t.wir, � Shipyards, ore and the .rort SliiphiiildiiiK two lieriitPly to their pn^is \^p-e hayottef-li'd on their trim-1 The survivors of the Rarr!�on were \\t -"mull proportion to the dead thn' lay on t!ie ground. '" WS-s...... the export , v. c-.i I.'.!. Mill. h 111, . I'.'ls li..-coo |*,,r it)i. , ,m,, years ol ,ii;rlcii:niral product-i tV. mid Aland. :D�'- lioii.'lllll | cipi'c! I Ve|> luirlliH Ihe Ust five )i-,in C.in.idiniis h.ii.- not mily In-cn loo-y. hut the) ln-vti niakltn; ttii.tcv �nd a �relt dr.i! more of It than diirine an> pre i.'hiii |ierl"'l In their history In t'll i.iiliif� deposits In Ctn.idlan luiiki. wer i's wi-ie 41 Ml l.T I l.sii,', and the Re'ier-ill deposits 11,,'.>'.",tiI.s.%!�.' Today then-ere over I'.mi.oou.cnu umie on depoMt In the biti)kv, of this inuiitiv thru there m.-rc four years hko. and lie if �!* > i. nieinliereii thut, diltllii: this time. Uu tiiial amoiiiil niiliM rib. 1 to CjIi.i diau war luanr was |:'s.*>,i;on,ii(iii l.mi in going straight to the weak spot in treating disease ? It so, yon will never use anything but Peps for coughs, colds, bronchitis, and throat and lung troubles. Listen why I It (s an acknowledged fact that only  remedy that ia breatbeahlr can reach tltelUDgf mnd breathing paaaugea direct. Hence the inferiority of the Peps treatment over tbo old-faahloneil cuitom of doting oneaelf with liquid medicine*, Which, as you know, can only go to the aiornach. Pep* it a breatheabl* medicine. In tablet form. To take the treat. m�at you (Imply dUsolve Peps in your mouth and the medicinal furue*. which ere then given off, bathe the throat tad are carried by the breath to all part* of the naaat pa**ageJ, breathing tube* and tonga. On their way they deatroy nil harmful germ* and toothe anal heal tha Inflamed membrane*, thu* removing at once the cauie of the trouble. It la svrprlalog bow Pep* and cougha. cold*, core throat, bron-chitia, aathma, "clergyman's throat*' and laryngltla. Contain no harmfel druga and are, there* fore, heat for children. Is* (Ma aril. . . cle.wrln acroa* II lha sod dale of I kit MMr.aeit aaallli (wllk.lc. *t**a�io|>*r ralaro aoalaa*)!* >* Co., Taroato. A trtiT eackel will Z. Ail diu�at�M �a� _^^k ;t red terror acts Siockliolm. Oct. -�>. Kxecntloiu are Hie iiio.i merciful part of tha Hed Tar r.ir practli-ed in Mospow and PettoRrad a, cordiiiK to -.ei-nral neutnil observer-v.ho have Just anivad In Sweden liu-�e men have watched the Holshev iki activities In the two ureal ftussian cities for many weeks They had no person�l interests involved and no pen-onal friends affected b> the rHgn of slaughter and tuirttre which in probably unparalleled iu the norld's historv. While thoitsanda. perhaps have been executed, tlio liat of victim* la far less appalling; 'nan the rtuhiata man tier in which the political prlionera have been sent to death without a sem blame of a lagal trial, the heartless-new with which they were treated and the utter indlfferenot) of the, ohVlaU to the appeals of heart broken rela eves who have been kept in auapenee and not allowed (o learn what has be. come of loved one*. e is after ulster: i irtuv a Vl.-torv fiondl Washington. Oct. 35 - nuhop Koat fng of Northampton, Kugland, and the illshop of Arraa, Catholic prelates, who arrived recently In the I'nited States to attend the goldeu jubilee celebration of Cardinal Ulbbone, were present Ml yeaterday to President Wil- kOll Hpeakliir at a luncheou at the Catholic llniver�liy, niahop Keating declared: "The ilrllUh public in general and Hrltlah Cathollca In particular are de tenulned that the finding* of the trtab convention wliall uot remain a dead letter. "The red hand of dieter cauo-t he allowed to wreck any more tatut**,'' the b1�hop aald- "Autoitracy mint end In Iretaud a* It touat end In Piuaala and elaewber*. No Brlilah party, certainly no BrttUh government win again be willing to �l�r (Mater* hand or seek to perpetuate the intolerable aituation which brought mlaery for *o many geueratiun*," RESUME SHIPPING London, Oct. 20. -Dutch newapaper* aay that shipping concern* in Holland are taking ate.pi preparatory to resuming r.gular dips to tyngland and America in i'oufeg.ueo