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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - October 25, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta FRIDAY, OCTOBER 25. 191S THE LETHBHIDGE DAILY riEn^LD PAGE SEMZ? lour war loans have been tal war. From (jelng ..... _____ _____ _______ _ � people practically w|(),ont a mill-1 up by (;anadlan�, the number of sulj- tary history Canadians cnn now point -with pride to a rneord, which, in point oi brilliancy and general efl'ectivena.ys, will be celebrated not only in central Kurope as (he anniversary of the birth in exile of the Crecho-SlovaU governuient, but also at Terron-sur-Alane, in France, as the date of the first victory of tlie Czecbd-Slovak armies. (jliils of tliie late,�t arrival among t.he belligerents fighting witli (Jen. Gotirard in the region of Vozleres, received now!!}>'>" yuu. lu- ot .'itoul heart and-torwani inarr-ii. ' Fifteen minutes only or mUilcry jji-e-paration preceded the iiiili to the German lines, ."^t :', o'clocl; the men left their trenches to cross ilic iriar-shy zone swept by the ("ire fr(jm iX'kIb of nini^bine gun.i. The liU'i iinf.unio thinner a.s it went on, but iiif suiviv-ora inspired by the exaiiii,i!r'of tlieir officers continued on to ihf fir.'^t village without faltering. An lioiir Inter the entire position was in ihcir hands. The village had been rnniiueied sf-tor fierce house to housf mul hnnil to hand fighting, in the coin-.c of which t.he German gunners wiin stuck des- Ci ) m N TRAIN FIKE I (Buy a Vli'tiiry lU.iidj ('levelancl, (;hlo. Oct. -Carrying charges on grain for the last trip and svinter storage iicre wore fixed at H cants from ports at th fl V'Ivfor'.\' 't-Jond; Oi^rt.M:, u.t. 2."i.-On tile reconimen-(Ifjiion of Mon. C, C. Bri'llantyne, minister of marine and fi-iberles. a contract haK.becn entereii into by Uic government Willi the ^'ictW'ia .VlBi'hinpry Depot of Victoria. B.(V. for the con-.'itruriiiji) of uvo ships of 8.100 tons, rius brluBK tli>' number of ships undei-coiistnirlinn wliich lias been authoris- ed li.v [rrii/r-lncouncil up to 25 and ; some addiSIional contracts will be clos- ' eil wft'aln a few days. or 'flio 25 sliips biiili, ill course of connmuction or conlrHCtoti for. 10 aru � of 8,U)0 tons caijwcity, six of 5.100 tons, three of .'i.4lr(� toes, four of 11,760 tons nnd two (if ;',,4tiO -UinB. Cftmadiaii \""-\;t_,-K. Limited, of Montreal. ]".pi-.-: (!< .''Ml witli eight con-t?-acts ;iri(l llie remaining coutracts are divided as follow.^: CoUlnrswood b'.lilubuiidlng. four; Tiflewy'lev f. iiipliv..''.fi:Tig. f.our: HalifBK Sbip.vsrd.s. tliree; T'o'v IJovie (Jompany. two: Victoria \!:;".i:,;'ipry Depot, two; VViJJiirp Shipyards, niic and the -Port .A,i1thur Sliipbiiilng, two. ,i -rrrr/: perately to their post.s were bayonet-led on their gun''. The survivors of the garrison were in small prnporlion to the dead that lay on the ground. in g:oing straight to the -vi^e^k spot in treating disease ? It so, you will never use anything but Peps for coughs, colds, bronchitis, and throat and lung troubles. Listen why! It Is �a acknowledged fact that only  remedy that is breatbeable can reach the luags and breathing' passages direct. Hence the superiority of the Peps treatment over the old-fashioned cnstom of tloslog oneself with liquid medicines, which, as you know, can only go to the stomach; - Peps ia S breatheable medicine In tablet form. To take the treat-Wnt you simply dissolve Peps in your mouth and the medicinal fumes, -which are then civen off, bathe the throat and are carried by the breath to all parts of the nasal passages, breathing tubes and Inogs. Oa their way they destroy all harmful germs and sooth* and heal the Inflamed membranes, thna removing at once the cause of the trouble. It is nrprlslng how Peps end coughs, colds, sore throat, bronchitis, asthma, "clergyman's throat" and laryngitis. Contain no harmfMl drugs and are, there* fore, best for children. ^^^^ ^^""^^ cU.wrlte �cron Ic th� m*m* and of Iki* va��r,aad �tailit (with Ic. Fap* Co., Toroato. i trttl sack*! thea be (it yoa. All drasaUt* aad I HAT 5 WHAT (Buy a A'lctory. Bond) Stockholm, Cot. 25.-Bxecntlons are the most merciful part ot thft Rod Terror practiced in Moscow and Petrograd according to several neutral observers who have just arrived in , Sweden. These men have watched the Bolshev-iki activities In the two great Russian cities tor many weeks. They had no personal interests involved and no personal friends pffecled by the reign of slaughter and torture ivblcb is probably unparalleled in the world's history. While thousands, perhaps have been executed, the list ot victims Is far less appalling than the rullileBB manner in which the political prisoners have been sent to death witliout a semblance of a legal trial, the beartless-nCBS with which they were treated and tlie utter indifference of the officials to the appeals, ot heart broken relatives who have been kept in suspense and not allowed to learn what has become of loved ones, ^ neisHOP S AFTER ULSTER (Vluy a Victory Bond) Washington, Oct,, 25.-Bishop Keating 61 Northampton, Kugland, and the Bishop of Arras, Catholic prelates, who arrived recently In the United States to attend the golden jubilee celebration ot C'ardlnal Gibbons, were presented yesterday to President Wilson. Speaking: at a luncheon at the Catholic University, Bishop Keating declared: "The British public in general and BrttlBh Cathollcfl tn partlenlar are determined that the (indtngs ot the Irish convention shall not remain a dead letter. ) "Tlie red hand ot illater cannot ite allowed to wreck any more statutes," the bishop said. ''Autocracy nlnst end In Ireland as It must 'end In Prussia and elsewliere. No Brltlah party, certainly no BrttitbL g(rrertuaaBt -wUl acafn be willtog to play Ulster's hand or seek to perpetnate the intolerable situation whicli brougtit misery for so many generations," RESUME SHIPPING Loadon, Oct. 25.-Dutch newspapers say that slilpplng concerns In Holland are taking steps preparatory to resnming r-gular tiips to I^lngland and America in eouBeauence of the withdrawal of the'U-boat menace, according to Amsterdam dispatches to the ISichange Telegram company. Shipping with Uonmnrk was resumed yes-tarday.- it is said,,  - War Efficiency and National Prosperity More than a billion and a half dollars distributed in Canada for exported agricultural produce and the products of labor in the fiscal year ending March 31, 1918, has kept Canada busy and prosperous in spite of the war. ANADA'S production in such enormous quaaiti-ties was made possible only by the money received through Canada's War Loans. Canada^ thus was enabled to assist the Allies in their purchases here by establishing financial credits for their use in this country. CANADA'S war loans not only have sustained Canada's war effort, but they have kept the wheels of production turning as they never turned before. This is the flood of cash which poured in to Canada's farms for their exports in the fiscal ytar 1918, for:- Butter..TTTV.......,.,...$ 2,000,000 Cheese................... 36,602,000 Eggs...................... 2,271,000 Oats..................... 37.644,000 Wheat....................366,341,000 Flour..................... 95,896,000 Meats.....................76,729,000 Vegetables................. 19,034,000 Over six hundred and thirty-six million dollars for exported farm products alone! -^ + AND the workers of Canada also shared greatly in Canada's export trade. For their products there was distributed in Canada, during the year:-- Munitions.............. $4o0,000,000 Metals.................. 92,083,000 Vehicles................ 22,776,000 Wood Pulp and Paper..... 59,599,000 These huge sums were spent in Canada by the Allies. Canada's own war expenditure for the fiscal year 1918 was $342,762,000. And the bulk of all these expenditures, the foundation of Canada's prosperity and war effectiveness, was made possible only because the subscribers to Canada's war loans furnished the working capital. /CANADA must keep this great work going ^ -must produce as never before; must work, fight, save and lend as she has never yet done to bring victory and a lasting peace to a war ridden world. But Canada to-day (thanks to her great export trade), is in a better position now than ever, to carry on. o ^ The Victory Loan 1918 will keep Canada busy, will enable her to maintain her great export business; and it will make Canada more efficient than ever, because her prosperity will not be diminished and her determination to work, fight and win will be stronger than it has ever been before. Get Ready Now to Buy Victory Bonds Issued by Canada's Victory Loan Coinmittee in co-operation with the Minister of Finance of the Dominion of Canada ft ;