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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - October 26, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE TEN THE LliTlllMUHiE DAILY 1IKHALD SATIWWAVUC'.TOBKK 28, ltfit* 1GHT All classes of tin1 common-1 sipnifyitiB thoir intention ol' * [or tlii' Loan unitf irrespei � i limitations wlili an> politic-iil, Provincial Chairman. on Eve of Bond-Selling Campaign. Say Objective Will he Exceeded "iHiTonio. o�-t. ;�).-On tin- !'Vi- of hp opening of the Victory I Hive ho Chairmen of S be l'ro\in, -nil orsan-zatinns were asked t-> kiv�> their opilion as to the pro>pe,;s of oluc, ;.vo IPinjC exceeded. TilO rc�nnnses I'l'IUV illy are of a li'.ciily s.�;:>f.u tory ir*1. .itiii. from p: 'ewe-.',-, ,iii;v;ir;n:i here will h � no faUe-:m; on the p,,i : >f the pi'opU" ItitMiiei.* i(iinli'ion> in\� been t'Xi Kve:> province las ]�'( I'tvnii Invite i't�nfif.- tront tlo o-'il purchase.* of :b' H-.t!�lt Uo\ ct n-petlt iiti'l all Xi l*: o'.'..'. I'ri'uc Kd so rd Island, from 'if inn -, bases of nutiif'otis .,nd in-".]' proiiiiit-. In the Kiioat-Rrowiiip I'rovlr.i--s 'here n..? iron a faliinc on in tiv amount -r-ti; still. >n the whole, '.he pen;.- have pros-vred and :l:i> outlook fo- '[; Loan is (IKlli ii H Wuitl, Out.i: '.- iiiariiici elves tin* >'iii"nu'i' "The spirit of tr-" ..c.iri.'.ftin !* "tiaeniticent uniJ Ho rt;.�n .it�- only iV.litlni; for til" .ip.-'; ; ;|,; etv.l Oil I*. tiili- J*"- to IllHKe il .1:1 .c: u Upon 'he ,'t'Uetls ilf thl-i I' ..Mil. e ,'h.l' !j|i  nlendid lain! of Jl''.'� "ic. i'iTiI o'.i'air.i'.l year In- " in rear The farmer* h.r. i t..o| one ' ie He4. !."�. This year Manitoba's uuota is S:V.!.Oiin.O00. I am satisfied fiie I'rovince will reply with subscriptions largely in excess- of that figure.' The- 1'rovince has been blessed with � Kood 1 tops n-bicli trill be sold at high ' figures. All cInane* of labor are fully I employed a'.id handsome wases are be inc paid I fee! >ure tiiat the per cap ( 0.1 >nbsi riptiou of Maiiitotia �!U e.v � oed auv other I'rovmce " Hon. Charles A Uutuiitij;. Sask.iteh-' e-vair The spirit of the people is excellent and already there are indications that those districts which have been favored by Providence wirh food crops are impressed with the necessity ' of making up in volume of subscript ion* for '.lose other ilistru ts whei e tile possibilities aiv no: so nood. 1 fee! � sine thai 1 he people of Saskatchewan will do their very he*; in the ,-anie, splendid manner as ill connection with ; enterprise -Mm e , of the war " Xurtbern Alberta '. Mill our objiHtive particularly .surrounding the death of I'ailet V. N. Davidson on Oct. If;. Ho told of mailing iiiidieroiis rocoinmeu-datioHR to qitawa for additliiuiil hospital aefuihifiodalion and of how they were h - Major U011. W. A. I.oggie. t'. O. ''. of this military'' district, litis placed on the authorities at Ottawa the onerous for lack of hospital accommodation in this district at the resumed inquiry into the conditions at the base hospital and more PREMIER IN TORONTO I Ottawa. Oct. Sir Hubert Hor jden left Ottawa for Toronto this morn Ing. He is exported bark here on .\ion day. ! Ottawa. Oct. 26.-The cotu'ereneo 'of provincial premiers. It is mider-] stood, has beon postponed till Titos-I day, Nov. -An oarlinr date was : siiBRcsteil. but it was thought advls-jnlilo to postpone. It owing to tlto Vic-jlory Loan tampaign. I Questions under dlBCiisalon will deal HALIFAX OUT OF THE DARK Halifax. N. S.. Oct. 26.-The military authorities annoiinen Hint the regulations prohibiting lights in the city at nlfcht. time, 11 precaution taken at the time of the enamy submarine raids iu North Atlnntic waters, are no longer law. .I'ntil further notice it Is announced, those regulations are, Inoperative. TURN CLOCKS BACK IN U. 3, Waal-^Bton. Oct. 21!.-At 2 o'clock tomorrow morning llio Unlretl States will conipleto Kh teal of dnyllghl. saving. At lhal. hour of tho navnl observfllo'ry here and olhor (igenclei by which .lime, is rogultitetl In this country, will be snipped for ono hour, while the sun. which dally lins boon lagging fiii'ihcr. behind tho nation's clocks, has a e.hanco to catch up. At the same lime the trains on all railroads of the country will stop by order or Director Ocnoral McAdoo and ro-lnnln motionless for ono hour, then, proceed on their way. ' .-very other patriot the L'omineiii'etn"if John Rain -a>. \\'c- will Mire'.y .!!-iV. t! il.t v.!.' dip '- -a .r.'u The :il..|,.!...- � a ft I'-,ivs they ha�" �� e '!.. : ;o-n their h'.iie.; . "r. '.-titn.i'. >.l .1' p.. �� >� � V, .. , ' .,;., ,f ,. �- t.. ' .m :- "';' '... � :i.i: .o '�:' �' tip- jr.-p � 'iiine - ,n.t .1 . � "Ujiii.m'mii -i'i i -oir: a'ni. .1 fi:-- ;�"l(;r,.> .1.' ill,: t: ,> 1 j\e .i'w.-v- -a" Mi a in i ,- - ,,; :m'-oral 1 -r:i �.mn!'.: nr>-d  ;.>, ''in' iir.'.i-'. * er.' i 'a " ft" ;';*. �:.! h-'l ' .1 \V 'i r.-i.t.-" ' i.l-i.i".. 1 v* ;>'re.c -a' - m.u,!-.n '..- v I'irv Loan .1- >! ^r.i'i-' p:n'i..'.> !! '>.'�. opl' >"" 1:)"  . �|. Pt-.iU .X.'.: ;p , >m!i;:i. : :.e >;. \ (.:; ' .|.� All ;.oa til s'|t:.' \le:.: i-.i if '.  ; tat � e.i to pas* tu-' in.;:-*. � .1:..; tl;� -p;.  -liiv.i;- in ;.-ep.i ,ii'. v. f.i:' t:.:- .t.'.i. - "iMence tiiat t.-. - v. :',\ ..^-.i n :�.--.. !'a\ 11.1: l�ivi�iona'. Ovs�tnzer� mio have In-n *orkiiiK aii the I'mvinr* tiio't ent'uista"'i' over the rei-pt.iu *!!! :i ;n�y h re re. and tifv believe liu' te-,i,-- in ftn- . am p.ilitn 'a til -h.'-v .1 h.i; ,11. r>-.i-e nii'f last ear. 'i'li- edti' a'.-�:..!'. v. ii-', li'tie ;i ti.e '. i .mipaittn wa-;ti\ .il:;ab.v* and in.'k to. a w:-. ^:i:j  i.iuiial 111, fe.i�e i;i both the '.iionti-i ot *m:U>crihei� and the amount ~v,h t'oudittotis ,i� to 1 rep* a* iast .lent, ici' *>tir-; be overcome by .1 bet :im of jut! w'n.i' .1 meat.-.. Out pi opl" .11 support- i tjie boy- at with the good r.ew- v. li.lil;. . there -e Uinta, i,. i,| ih. d 1. -ptr;t �tn- cop  not a* good . oitdition wilt "f uudet statol ond pun base -".ison and on' P.-' ttont Niiw. � ar- rt, -iving . he no possible 0:11 reach!!!;; . Al! ar; pec Ila : !! : go ,iv.-:-� a...ngw "i'li:- i>   i: :,ui,, �  ,- avj 11 r 11  nmn, !� 1 en aim t t  1 w 1; a "Agrl- ' i'li.* are but 1 he -\ tnpathy w c have ev-' our uuot.i '"olituiina : >-i- $, j nbed *:.N-j -it local i 1 feel sure ice K.lw.ird - askid to , i" '.i'Sllit 0! ollildetn e." WILSON'S NOTE IS tai FAIRY SODA BISCUIT A tmall lilted wafer- different from anything you've ever tailed A eUinty mortel for th* unexpected cueit. M Worth West Biscuit Co. Edmonton LIH1TU R��iu S�sk*toan C�lt�ry Vmicouver ONE LABOR LEADER London. O,  V, � Af.liut lleu.lerson, .id-r of the Labor pa.-tv m the hoti-e 1 oluu'.ot'..-. said t.'da'- that hi* first --'on o: :i|o:i: \V:'i-,op * not" tn ili'ttitatii' wa- 'hat it wotild a 11m the *r-'.i.'ioti "It i* of Hie highest itnport-. ic tip- 'Annie world tn unpreLiidented and !osn of life." he said. If the Herman people are honestly -ei-kms peace, tney should do all in their power to ptovide such effective .-.itegiurds and constit ii'ional guar-aniee, for the iiitiire, world peine that no feet ton ot their population will he ::i -.: ;�-> di.-pose,; . tltii-tu e ti resumption of mlhta... ..  irt A* President Wilson has clearly �hown the best safeguard against a tutor,- war is the reduction, ai least, to vir'ual iiiipot-ncy. ot all the forces upon which rests tlie direc responsi-liili'y for hie ho;ror� of Hi. struggle ;n- pre! it The A��oci�t�d Board of the lajftl Academy of Music & Ae Royal College of Music LONDON, ENGLAND. F�r Lvcal Ex��tn�tion* in Muiic ta Britiik Eapire PA TKON) Hh Mu'tily tA� King. 71m AitAUti EMkiiuiiHD, hofb Pr�tiu�l �nj Thn�ilul will kn h*M iluoujhom C�n�i� �t r�H>�i rRACTICALS-M*, *r Jw, 1�U, THEOimCAU-Ntuabir *k ��, 1*18 u� � A*>a, 1919. Two G*U u4 u� SiU-r* M�Ui, �t� oStt*4 liwi Utt tuirum 41 ��* t�e od�r of llw Coll�i�t TboM ��WBUjO�JOlVi-tltf Vl^lMt IIMldlld rc*t to dltt pupttlof Ail, Mkerm;ni inti.-n:,il ipiestion. Ufclar-s Karl lliiu-s ine new governor of \l*aee. ; Lorraine, in n -taieaient piihlislied in the Strar-hiirg Oaiette. The ntate-men' i* a reply to declarations made In the leiciistag by Dr. fieorge Utcklin. .'. d'-tui'.y from Al.-iiice-Lorrainc and amount- 10 a government liianii'e.sto. Ii i- i.-siu'd in agreement with otu*r ��i in Alsace-Lorraine, -tateiimnt of llerr llattss dc-thut tne future of Alsaci.-Lor-im.-i' be decided by vote of tin-and tiiat it is an interna! question of liermany with which pence negotiations should have nothing to do ]i conclude- by saying that a new era is opening for Alsace-Lorraine, which will enable the two provinces to form a point of reconciliation between l-'ranre and (iennany "au"-S : "lii any event Mr. Wilson err- if he believes the fonnw holders of (Mjwei-in (leriniin> can ever regain their power. Henceforth there will be no power In Ceiiuany but that of the Herman people. Our opponents who demand thai. the. disarming of Herman people must realize that a great nation cannot permanently bo rendered It will be, demonstrated at the, peace conference whether the wai- lias been merely adjourned or finally elided.'' - To you from falling h*nd$ we throw The Torch-be youra to hold it high; If ye break faith with us who die, We shall not sleep though poppies grow In Flanders' fields. ThroLigh all these dark, uncertain days, our soldiers have held aloft and brightly burning, the sacred torch of freedom. On Monday, for a space, it passes to our hands. Does it pass to hands less eager-hands less worthy? The world shall know our answer! On Monday we will be asked to buy Victory Bonds-the sinews of war. ' Our obligation 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; from every county, township and farm of our country will come forth a mighty flood of money. The word will ring around the world that Canada's gold, no less than Canada's soldiers, is Germany's uncompromising enemy. This surely will be our message to our sons:-Carry on, brave souls! Canada's treasure is not a laggard in the fight. Eager hands are stretched to catch and hold aloft forever the Flaming Torch of Freedom! The Victory Loan 1918 Opens Monday Issued by Canada's Victory Loan Committee in co-operation with the Minister of Finance of the Dominion of Canada 40 J 10164731 ;