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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 28, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta TUKSDAY, OCTODEU 28. 1919 THE1 LFTHnnmGF.- DAILY IIEIUIJ1 PAGE NINE Oct. chancellor i o( Ihe eichequcr, Austen Chamberlain, baa laid before the house of commons a white paper ID ho gtTea his proposals for making up the balance elieeL ID normal yean. The estimated rereauo la aa OCO.OOO. In ihln nre Included derlred from cnstous and ei- cLso duties, received from Iho Inland revenue, from the poal office and from other sources. The estimate of the eipendltureJ uuder are, com- posed of fund charges (public-debt for tho fighting forces, fbr (he civil eervlcea and (or revenue jorjlces. The chancellor declared that the ex pendlluMs for Ihe fiscal 1919-1910 will reach or 000 more than waa eiUrualed in budget laid before the home -while Ihe revenue will attiln which i! }esi than fit eillDialed ID Ihelbudget. Thui the de- flcll on this year's budget will amoUDl to The chancellor etalsd that Qreat Britain would owe (he United States at the eDd of March, 1920, a total es- timated at par of ucbange of 000.000, while 'the mtoimt which Billed govommenU wonld owe to Great Ilrft- aln on tie dilo Is eitlmiled at liultlie Celestial Telephoned the Police And YoulMul Des- pern'iloes Caughl ISy.-flal to Tile FERNIE, B. C., Oct. Saturday'evening two [ocal die- ciplcff of Jesse James made a raid on the shack by Louis King and two compatriots at his ranch :abttut a mile cafcl of and at the ppjnt of a gun relieved them of over two hundred dollari, leaving Tor town via the railroad track. They entirely overlooked the that Louis was up-to-date enough to have a telephone and upon their departure he Immerf-, lately notified the'clty police. The young banditi were met by a deputation of policemen on the outskirts of the town and escorted to the city jail. The money hac not 'yet been rscovered- RED FLAG BAN IN U. WASHINGTON', Oct. Persons exhibiting Ihe red flag or advocating oYerthroT of the joYernment would Dfl aub- Jected lo federal prosecution under a bill ordered favorably reported today by Ihe aeaito judiciary committee. Q i US: Telegram" Carries Story In Thai Is Famous "Mystery Block" TORONTO. Oct. Is to hare a now holel and the site on which It Is lo be bulU Is the long famous "mjBlnry block" bounded by Carletoo street on the south. Alex- ander on the north, Tonga on the west' and Church a tree I on the says a alory in. Lhe Toronto Tele gram today, Not only Is the Canadian Pacific Hallway to build Lhla hotel, tut. they nave acquired considerable other prop erly north of There the holel la to be bulU, from Alexander street to iha new North Toronto station. It IB In- tended by Canadian Railway to hare a flret terminal In thU district Admit Britain Leads Germany" NoSv in Airship Construction Oct. early closing of tho contract tor the pur- DOESN'T EXPECT FALL IN FOOD PRICES, G.B. LONDON, OcL tary McCurdy of the food ministry last nlgnt held oat no hope for any great Call In food He empha- sized the necessity of a food control, chase "by the navy department of the Its definite British rigid airship R-38, Ihe ft number of years. airship In the world, now under Mr- a very Rer tructlon in England, II is .expected, lous posillon rejardlnE meat supplies, It was slated by the dcrartment to- dnv. Two and a half million dollars were appropriated by congress tor the pur- cliasa o[ this alrehlp. "The sniJ ttie slatcmenli "of the DriUeh-ln building and opcrnllng rigid is proved by the trip of .the 11-34 to the United Slates and Its return declaring that there wonld not he enough In the world next year to feed eten Karope alone. England. the Germans had many start of Ibe British, Lho latter' liavc in ado wonderful progress In the lust fe'w "Tho R-38, to outward appearances, will look H.fte the 11-34, but her rilmen- nlona, horsepower, spaed nnrt radius of ncllon will -be much grcnter. When Cull of gas ehc will have a1 cubic feel. capacity, which IR 15 limes USE MILITIA TO RUN KNOXVILLE STREET CAR8 KNOXVfLLE, Tenn., Oct. national guard held In, readi- ness to quell any attempts ftL renewed rtotlng, street railway officials an- nounced today thor would endeaTor lo continue service with non-union, re- sumption of which yesterday, after a dtiy'a Idtcneaa due to a strike, resulted In numerous clashes throughout the day. Two" military companies are here and others ore en roulo'iindor or- that of the C-5, Hie United Slalea naval dors of Gen. rtoLerts.. of In- diriEiblc hlown lo spa and'lost lasl efficiency on the part ol the police. .EprJng on tlic ere of an'altempt to who are membcrfl of the policemen's .cross Ihc Atlantic from Newfound- union, were made following Iho dlaor- dCTB. "Thit RvlS is CD4 feet In lonijtb. SG In dlaincter, feet Inches carries a. useful load of 46 tons. She la expected to a maximum speed of GO knots, "The British air ministry has olfer- eil to train personnel for the so that upon delivery tlic airship can' be taken over immediately by tbe United Slates crew and flown lo the Untied SlQlcs." LONDON. Oct. 28 Lloyds' shipping report for 1918-19 slates that at ihc end of June, 1919, a record amount of shipbuilding was going on throughout the world, name- ly, '4.SOO.OOO tons, of which were bnfng bollt In the United King, doni. During the year lo June 30, there were tons regis- tered at Lloyds, of which Iho TJnltcO Slates built Ions, the United Kingdom Japan and A 2CO.MO. Noil to America, Japan ahoWcd the greatest Iqcreaso In shipbuilding In war lima. Decision of Employer's Con- gress lo Declare Lockout Is Carried Out CLERICALS WINNERS IN LUXEMBOURG Oct. than 000 iierflonfl throuBbout Spain will bn, thrown 'out of employment on Tuca- ilulcJ (o start July 4, 1920, and end on or before January 3, 1921, accord- Ing lo announcement hero last night by Allen TL llawloy, president of Ihft Aoro Club of America, and member of the committee which Is making A tour Iho world to locale control iilatloni for the derby.1 A shooting affray occurred al New Aberdeen, N.3.. In which Angus For- rt'ol t-'Iemlni In ihc stomach. Buy Victory Bonds Through Hie Banks on banks will make it possible for every Canadian man and woman to buy all the Victory Bonds they can pay for in ten months. The Finance Minister has made arrangements with the bank managers throughout the Dominion to give every co-operation to enable you to buy all the Victory Bonds you can possibly pay for on the instalment plan. You do not need to be a customer of a. bank to buy bonds under this instalment is open to everyone. Put every dollar you can gather together into Victory then go to any bank and buy on the instalment plan all the Victory Bonds you can pay for during the next ten months. Under this plan you pay'ten per cent, on or before November I5th, and ten per cent, each month till August 16, 1920, when you will get your bond. The interest charged you by the bank is balanced by the interest you get on your Victory Bonds. Any branch of any bank will store the Victory Bonds of small investors for safe keeping for a year without charge. Buy all the Victory Bonds you can pay then, buy more on the instalment plan. The banks will help you. Employers' banks have decided to make loans to em- ployers of labour covering the sub- scriptions of their .employees rate of interest to be the same as the yield of ,the loans to' be" ii.ade for 90, per cent. of the amount to be paid off in monthly instalments. The banks have unanimously agreed that, these loans will not be con- sidered as impairing the amounts of credits for other purposes. Advances to Investors The banks have agreed also to grant reasonable credits to subscribers to the Loan at the rate of per annum, on loans to be repaid within one year. The amount loaned will be 90 per cent, of the subscription, hsacd hj Viclory Loan Committee, wco-opcralfonu'ilh ihcMiniMcr of FiriRiU- of Ihe Dominion of. Canada. 1 ;