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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - October 26, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE TEN THE LETIiBRU>GE DAILY ilEHALO SAIUKUAV. OCTOHER 26, lUlo PROSPECTS BRIGHI IDRIfSSUCCESS Provincial Chairman, on Eve of Bond-Selling C-ampaign. Say Objective Will be Exceeded scrihpci. All classes of Iho community arc pignifyi'iK tlieii' intention of working for tlic Loan cintlc irresptYRhout a doubt.' OHAWA OFFICIALS Toronto. Oct. 26.-ilajor-G-eii. W. A. exceed her quota. >YiHiout a (louDi. ' i,ogKie G 0. C. of this military* dis-Sir .Vngnstus Naiiton. Jtanitoba: placed on tlu- authorities at Last year .Manitoba was asked tol'-ji^j^.^.jj j,,^ to,. ot hospit- particularly surroimding the death of Cadet F.N, Davidson on Oct. ^2. Ho told or making numerous racommeu-dtttions to qtlawa tor iidditloual hospital aMMMftpdation and of liniv tliey werd hfitSirpDroved. Gen-. ijORgie aUp stated, that during the hci.?lu of he influenia epidamle ihoro were too many pafidii'ts in the Imse hospital. DATE FOR mmm. ROVINCIAL PREMIERS largely wllh developniont of natural resources, oapoctally In view of problems which will arlso from dcnioblllKu-lloii of military fkirces. HALIFAX OUT OF THE DARK 'S'BTOnto. Oct. 26.-On the eve of be opetihig of the Victory Loan Urivo icnii $15.000.0110. The answer was ?;f2.204.4.'iO. This year .Manitoba's quota i-s SJIS.ODO.OOO. 1 am satisfied the Province will reply with subscrip- he Chairmen oftlie Provimtial oi'suu- (ions largely in excess of that figure. lations were asked to .cive their opin- rhe Province has been blessed with al accommodation in this district at the resumed inquiry into the conditions at the base hospital and more PREMIER IN TORONTO Ottawa. lOct. Sir Robert Bor- den left Ottawa for Toronto this morning. He is expected back here on Monday. ()ttawa, Oct. 26.-The conference iot provincial premiers, it is niider-j stood, has been postponed till Tuesday, Nov. l!t.~An earlier date wiis suggested, but it was thought advisable tp postpone It owing to the Victory Loan campaign. Questions under discusaion -wiirdeal Htlitax.N. S.. Oct. 3(i.~Thu military authorities announce that the regulations prolilbillng lights In the city at night time, a precaution (aketi at the time of the enemy submarine !;.alds iu North Atlantic waters, are no longer law. X'ntil further notice it Ib announced, those, rcgulaliOBS are Inoperative. . TURN CLOCKS BACK IN U, 8. \Vaal-(^ston, Oct. 2fi.-At 2 o'clock tomorrow luornlng tlio United States will coihplfilo its toat of dAyllght flaring. At Uvat hour cIf the people. Kusiuess oo.O0O and the result of i now in sight, .\iontreai has never fail- '. this drive is awaited with confidence." r;i to pa^ the mark set and the spirit 1--------- .sliown in the preparation for this drive | is evidence iliat this district will again i reach its quota." [ E. A. .Mac.Xutt and .A.. P. Frigon. j joint chairmen of the Province of ; Quebec outside of Montreal, say; "Our Divisional Organizers who have been : working ail over the Province are i most enthusiastic over the reception ! which they have received, and they i believe that the results in this cam- ! paign will show a big increase over last year. . . . The educational j work done in the last campaign was i invaluabjp and we look for a very sub- i slanfial increase iu both the number \ of*5Ubscriber3 and the amount sub- j leader of the Labor party in the house of conamons. said today that his first ' impression of President Wilson's note ; : ro German.v was that it would assist i j Very mater.ially in clarifying the sit- ' ; nation. "It is of the highest import- i I auce that the German people should ; be encouraged to look, not for a tern-1 I porary cessation of hostilities, but a j j permanent discrediting and destruc- i  tion of the military and arbitrary sys- J j tern that has involved them and nearly | : the whole world iu unprecedented suf-, j fering and loss of life." he said. ! "If the German people are honestly | i seeking peace, they should do all in ' ' their power to provide such effective i ' safeguards and constitutional guar-1 WILSON'S NOTE IS SATISFACTORYTO ONE LABOR LEADER London. Oct. 26.-Arthur Henderson, - > FAIRY SODA BISCUIT A small salted waler- diHerent from anything you've ever tasted A dainty monel for the unexpected ^esL jo North Vest Biscuit Co. Edmonton UtUTU . KcCiM . Saskatoon CaU&rr Vatacouvcr antees for the future worfd pence thatj no section of their population will be \ ill a position, if ?.o. disposed, to in-1 flueuce a resumption of military ef- i fort. As President Wilson has clearly shown the best safeguard against a future war is the reduction, at least to ; virtual impotency. of all the forces upon which rests the direct responai- , hilily for the horrors of the present struggle. The Aaaociktad Board pi the Eoyd Acadlemy of Masic k Ae Royal College of Masic LONDCW, ENGLAND. F*r L�ad Exuinatioiu in Mviic im BrHiih Eapire PA TKON: Htm Majmty thmKins. Tim Aonual EMtoiuiionf, botli PmcucaI anii Thmctlcal will k� hrid throufhouc Cuiadi u rRACTlCAiS-M�r sr JaM. 1�19, (� i i Hi tUJKtStf.) mOKETICAU-Mavcabsr Mi atu, If 18 uJ ia April, 1919. Tme CM ua tva SiWrr U�6th ira aSmni Mwnwtir AUo en* SiiioicMikK>i emiclin� winner t� X ymn fru cairiou iit one or: othmr of tlic ColIegM hi Loodm. TImm �i�oiij6�tion4-um tiighMt uandttd tm f iBUtKal �ciMi DEINDVOIEIN ALSACE LORRAINE Basel. Oct. 26.-The question of . I Alsace-Lorraine is purely a Gernuin j I internal question, declares Karl i , liauss, the new governor of .Msace- ; j Lorraine, in a statement published in ! 'the Slrassburg Gazette. The stale-' iment in a reply to declarations made ';in the reiclistag l)y Ur. George Ricklin. la deputy /ram .Alsace-Lorraine, and! anionnt.s to a gfivernmeui manifesto. ; ; It i.s issued in agreement with other ] ' deputies in -Alsace-ijorraine. Tlie statement of Herr Manss tie-; : dares that tlie future of .\lsace-Lor-'; j raine must be decided by vote of the 1 ! people and that it is an internal quos- '� \ tion of Germany with which peace ne- i i gotiations .should have nothing to do. | ' It concludes by saying that a new era ' is opening for .Alsace-Lorraine, which I will enable the two provinces to form ia point of reconciliation between France and Germany "and to collaber- , I ate in establishing a compromise be-j j tween two civilizations called to work \ ; in common for the .-iafety and pro.s- j i perily of hnmaniiy." ; \ The .Socialist newspaper Vorwaerts j { of Merlin says it does not understand [ � wliether complete internal reform on i the part of Germany would make tlie , j terms of surrender easier. Ii contin-; lues: � i "in any event Mr. Wilson errs if he i j believes the former holders of i>ower � j in German) <'an ever regain their l)o%ver. Henceforth tliere will he no power in Germany but ihat of the | German people. Our opponents who j demand that the disarming of German ' people mu.ct realize that a great nation cannot permanently he rendered UWenseles-s. it will be demonstrated at the peace conference whether the war has been merely adjourned or finally ended.'' -' To you from falling h&nda fre throw The Torch-be yours to hold it high ; If ye break faith with us who die, We shall not sleep though poppies grow In Flanders' fields. Through all these dark, uncertain days, our soldiers have held aloft and brightly burning, the sacred tofeW of freedom. On Monday, for a space, it passes Does it pass to hands less eager-^hands less worthy? The world shall know our answer! to our hands. On Monday we will be asked to buy Victory Bonds-the sinews of war. ' Our obligajtion is clear. Our duty is unmistakable. Victory Bonds are the weapons with which we at home can strike and strive for freedom. This solemn thought shall possess us: Until the Victory Loan 1918 is ,assured our duty is not accomplished-our task is incomplete. From every province, city and town; froni every county, township and farm of our country will come forth a mighty flood of money. The word will ring around the vt^orld that Canada's gold, no less than Canada*is soldiers, is Germany's uncompromising en^my. - This surely will be our message to our sons:-Carry on, brave souls! Canada's treasure is not a laggard iq the fight. Eager hands are stretched to catch and hold aloft forever the Flaming Torch of Freedom! The Victory Loan 1918 Opens Monday I.ssued by Canada's Victory Loan Committee in to-operation with the IVlmister of Finance of the Dominion of Canada 89 10141130 ;