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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - October 29, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta TUKSDAY. OCTOBER 2D, 191ft THE LETHBRIDGE f AILY UKRALD PAGE SEVElV OF COAL IS NOI City Subscription Rates Advance Next Week lower Seams Can't. Be Worked al Profit This Generation,, i Say Mining Men f'ouijiK-nUiiK on tin; dlscnvcry of low-; Pi' seams or coal In tin. redera! Coal nilm". which nil/rht nlao underlie the city trillion, Mayor Hurdle, who is a. minim; engineer, i;la'. mines would he able tin' now Bc�m, even ' the city properly. "Tho seams might b they on n't be wnrlii'il In 1 generation profitably,' or. "because till top hi! v.iiir-iii'ir  in", orknbio 1 � i':i;. nani'-, � �;;>� I i- ell;. . .� :. from I'M underlie !(-, hut present.; said the may-1 Fnani" are too viliulili' iitid ;>:' not by n-'.y means-*.*.nrked out. Thr new scam riiRht be a itood llilf.p fur our j.' "At the tiiirr.f* time I oniy wish \v had this! Federal mini' no., it would pay fivo milU of tin* city taxes," con liniicii tlii* tv.tiyor. Mining Opinion j Opinion nf initio cxpi'its ri'K'.ildilli; tin* now si*ali^ ro:i!"i'l�'i with that nf ON AND AFTER NOVEMBER 4 the subscription price of the Herald to city subscribers will be advanced to 15c a week. This rate aheacJy been established In other western cities. The reason i3 evident. In spite of all the war advances there has been no Increase in t'.e price of the Herald during the past four years. The price of paper alone, since January 1st, 1917, increased 62[/2 per cent. To meet these advances and to maintain the standard of the Herr.ld'n war news service which is particularly expensive and to endeavor to produce a better paper it Is necessary to call on city subscribers to bear their fair share cf the cost which is already being incurred to meet these ends. Even at 15c a week a paper Is cheap when compared with other things worth having that are Increasing in cost. Mayor lla'dio" 1t ji common knowledge iimom; iv.!:i'!;i; iv.mi in thii pari nf iho province, that many valu.ilih-teams inidoriio lb" pro en! : earns, hut thai they uro utiw .*rl able from a pm fitahl" point hi' \iow in i onipeiition with (ho present jearns. which urn K"iii'Mtly thicker, and obviously much Carder and mure economically worked. "Tin* top seau. s if coal in this country are only bcK'.iiiiliiK to he worked to the limit," said out* minim; expert, "ami while thi'n* are wnrklnR there is no n-e inlklnK of lower Ream?, which ( FKOiT FOONT PaOB) Already tlie canvassers have conn across peculiar individuals who state that they can hut will not buy. These men are helm; Riven all possible, op poriunity to buy bond*. They will b. canvassed several timet. A Bright New Scheme Last niRlit it was stated that tl*T�* IN A LARGE WAY Won't Take Interest/- Money Must Go To Hospitals and So Forth Tho. four colonic!-, of south of J,eth!)i'idf,e are making arrangements throiiKli the Victory Loan canvassers to sulmtuntially contribute towards ranudu's war funds. Will!�.; their creed prohibits them from contributing to funds which would > Island ( hanye Mask Every Day or So! -Wear Them at Husi- j ness Too i The ,;at;ii'i'inK nf the Ku Kl-ix ' IMan" miuht vei y v.-.rll hi- tii" sub-t ii ;� � on a photoplii.. filiiiL'il In I-cthliridKo Irert' toiiav l'!vi-r> body is wearing nm> H. iliat i-. i V(-i vii.idy that wi--h i , 10 avoid t li" � in: ones, that cover 1 lie whole face, lilr.ii w ay-rohher rtyle. are. ;n tO|;ij" Just at I/resent. Later on in the'l;, pi'ihaiis, the evolution of i ue mask will t:ti;.. plan*.-just us it done in K-i :non tort and Calj-'aiy. 'i't' mii1-1:-: v.-iil apjiear. nic little sqratei of that don't look bulky .1 lid clunis> riliillly. you ('-ill notice, li.e iVOlllen will In a|lpe,irillK wiMf neat ' lilt!" oval iliiub-' of k.'iiuc. cut ju-t the !�: ' of tii" .....ut ii and nose, and add- ' rrvk nitlie." than i!"trao!im: from the I beauty of tii" human 1 iiuiiti'inilice. ! It i'. udvi-a'ol ; olten. The I" I rll'lllj-e lueill or ' wo. and ut' 1 !.is of woil; 01 1 can he i-iisily :i I all over tii fery Mr Ripiey la tuirvlVBil wife nnd four clilldren 'I'll" late Mr Ripley waa a native nf Nova rfi'otta, hut. c�nin w��t with th� others nf the family some years ngn: lie was the second son of Mr. and Mrs. Hubert Uiplev. who lire now residing here The other hint hern are William and L. S. residing here. Col. Blair j llipluy at die front, and the lute Majof Member of a Well Known Locali Aivin Kipiey. The lute. Mr. Ripley was 't'j years nf ni;e. and for some ynars conducted the. Alberta DniR and Book t'o. business here, rive yearn uro hn went to the coast, nnd a year ago went Into business in I'rlm � iluperL. Family Succumbed at Prince Rupert, B.C. I."ttili-,dj{e people were shocked hear of Hi,, death at Prince Rupert. II j THIRTY-TWO MONTHS (', las* wot:, of influenza, of Annus i A GERMAN PRISONER Kipiey. i former well known resident; of l^e! j,hi idRe. and a member of the I well known family of that name here The ii-uniiin were brought to l.eth. ' budge lot' ui'i'me-nt. the I'lineial he iilK ii"i'i today. a private one. frina Feiterly'' parlors to the public 1 .'nie- An Atlantic Port. Oct. 'J'.i. - Pte. Robin Hunt, of Vancouver, who spent montli-i in Oernian prison camps, has arrived hero from overseas He wan i.iptured ill the second battle of VprdH 11'id ha*, lug di'veiopeil acute rheuina-tutii iva.s recently repatriated through riv.-itzerlanil. 1 v are at presen' valueless. In after! efiigy of tlie Kaiser would not br gi'ne,Mt|ou�, when the top seams are wi.-ked out. tin* loner seams will be ttie valuable ones, perhaps a hundred Viirs from now In lirlttiln they are I'i'Klnriltif; to go down to the lower Miumn. but it will he long yearn before they will find It. necessary to do Unit In Alberta " For three years tlie little son of (i. ItoniHiiuk. of Kdc 11 bridge, suffered with 11 J>u�l attack of ec/cnm, which rvtrylhlnu fulled to cure until they lined Zam-IUik. The father, writing to the Zam-Duk Co., says: "For tlirre years my little on suffered with u severe attack of ecz here yesterday afternoon more tlmn $10,000 of subscriptions was obtained. The miners themselves are actively working on the committees. They are confident, owing to the fact that there are large savings accounts among tii" miners, of raising their objective of $80,000 among tlie .I.cthhridgi and of $5ii,ii0o from the mines. Tlie Canadian W'este;. 1 Co. are making good ; .li drilling of new wells f. of natural gas in tlni; l.ethhrldge. In one A �.. of l'.arnwell, which Is � >,\ oral hundred feet, n fl , . able strength is repo; . .1 linen struck, but the u t'.i 1 eeding farther, and ii real cnmiiiercial flou ... t depth. Wells are also bcim forth, in the ordlii- j ary course of tlie days hiisines-' 1 Patriotic citizens ;i|-e already appear, lug on the : treets with the motto ' Huy i ,1 Victor, i.otnl" pnnted iiiTn-^ I u.-ir'. masks I GEOGRAPHY GRADE VIII. pre  out lc thiit tile  w.-'.l , i - di -  :ikenin�r. '''"' tin'" th.n 1, Got It is expected returnH from UolhbrhlAe mines will be equally satlsfactor\- Food Will Win the War Serve your country and yourself by raising FOOD on the fertile plains of Western Canada. The Canadian Pacific Railway makes iceasy for you to begin. Lands |U to |30 un acre; irrigated land up to $50; 20 years to pay. Loan toossistsetders on irrigated lands. Get full particulars and free illustrated literature from ftUM CMEK0M,G��'ISa�t. C.P.K.lsUi 90,, 1,| St. CALGARY I when they begin coming In. Culgury ' sulitcrlptions on the first day received Itt large boost by one Htlbueription of jVr,-',."n coming In" I Exceed Last Year j Toronto, Oct. 211.-As looked for and ' ctmthlenUy oxpoctoil by tbe cominUlei) I in charge, of tho Victory Loan cam-j paign, subscriptions for tlto first, duy nxceedeil tbosn of the Victory Loan of 1917 by several million ilolluri". Only four iintu have been unable to send In their total amounts for yesterday, British Columbia, Saskatchewan, Ontario and New Brunswick, and tho grand total amounts to $10,000,000. Only $i:i.S8.1,000 was raised in tho tlrsi day of tho last Victory Loan. Small Subscriptions Numerous *-Saskatoon, pet.. 2ft.-"Small sub scriptlons to tho Victory Loan are I coining through in a way which Is 'nlniply amazing," said S. A. II. Hun-soil, vice-chairman of tho Saskatoon exocutlvo today. "Homo of tue largor itibscrlptions will be delayed considerably. Wo hope before tho campaign Is over to I have 11 creditable number of largo sub-' Hcriptlons. But the wonderful thing 1 is the number of small subscript Ions. J Tho canvassers call at little homes in j the outlying districts, away out on tho I prairie., and find the money for Vic-j tory bonds ready and waiting for them ; them. � I "The number of amall subscribers has surprisod me and 1 think it has j surprisod everyone.. Its simply lm-niensi! tho way the people uro puttiug their savings Into the loan. It's grout. Unit's fill." Up While Delirious With Influenza-Police Are Searching (ieo Court, a young Rayinoitd man. who was suffering yesterday from the influenza, and who was "known to , �..,,...,...*�..-..- i-||,uv, .,,,,, delirious during the day, the mining; tlltUrlcU sacli , has ni.Holut..|v disappeared from his er and Crow a Nost Fus.3. ; ll()mp at Klivm0mli al,, ,,,. , ,lKll u� him has been seen since. Ills rein- lives are frantically searuhitig the ''�*> jl* ,�'�� "> "'I- '"dsons lay to. country for him. wlllch !ms i,l1-!1 a lT"-";1"; Inspector Muntlv of the proviuciul! ,niU is "ttractinK u great deal o, pollen rocolvcd a phono message lU I attention. I he best feiitiuv is tn.i. noon respecting the disappearance. I l" goods whatever being .lithe coo1r>er�tion of all police officers. I l'lay'tl ! 1 a 1 ...iiiie , i 11 - race*, of mankiini. a;.'I nil (lie oncinal l.ouie of e of tin- seasons. HUGE HUN LOSS IN ABORTIVE DRIVE druggists, nnd others who may possibly fonw into touch with the young Mr. Snares Is the artist who made up tlie window. It is centred with a man, Ho is a nice-appearing young huge painting by Mr. Soares. emblem man of U!� or years of age. light nth: of Canadian troops going over the complexion, light bluo eyes, with a week's growth of beard, and possibly woarlng a/brown overcoat. Propose National Prohibition and Other Planks-Want Income Tax Kept top, nnd It is a very striking painting ; The decorations include handsomely engraved cards bearing sfriking Vic 1 tory loan slogans, done In Mr. Sou res' host style. There is one particularly good one symbolizing tho poem, "In Flanders' Fields." ' London. Oct. 29.-(British wireless service).-German losses in the abortive offensive in the Lys river salient last summer were 14,000 killed, 6.000 pris��iers and about 60,000 wounded asd missing, according to an authoritative calculation. Guaranteed Furnace Results Heat-sufficient volume to warm the home, -even distribution to all the rooms in thr home,' -the right quality to keep the home healthy, -at a ruaaonable cost for fuel, i -with minimum effort in management, and -without dust, smoke, ash or gas escaping into the air of the home. Those are the results yon have a right to expect front your furnace. Those are what yon should insist un getting from it. Tlie Sunshine Furnace, installed the McClary way, Rives those results. It has been getting (hose results iil every kind of hiiiiu- and building throughout Canada for eighteen years. The Sunshine. I'limace when installed the McCIarv way is sold with the absolute '/ciiatUee that you wifl get those results. Engineering Service Free. t-'e. '.uy * ewn hfalinK rneincn uri" 1*1 your *rrvice wlipn you buv � S. minne l;uin*i-r. rogivF you Urr rxprrt u.tvu-e on your homr-tif*Unic r�w ftl.aul, (urntco alirl it i* mil (rte mi rr(|ueftt. McClaiyl5 Sunshine Furnace London Caliary Toronto Montreal Winnipeg Vancouver St. John, N.H. Hamilton ICdmontoa Saskatoon FOR SALE BY DIXON SHEET METAL CO. CANADIANS HAVE THE MONEY ; 1014 Total deposits in ' ; L'luvadiau hanks . .$1.002.8Sl,r>!i'> 1017 August do........ l,:i!>2,r>X7.�S0 lfl'lS August do. . .'.....',!l,i;iS.:SS2 11114 Savings deposits in Canadian banks ;Mt;,iltii'�,!M)s 1S17 August do........ li.'.^.r.lil.S-l 191N August do........ t,014,711,Si;r> Bnvings deiinsii.-i increasi'd ?ti:!.oi>0.-LpOO during the time that Canadian public took up $4tio,i'ino,(Hin of Victory Toronto, Oct. ",!).-Abtuilute freedom of discussion: no change in t'anadu's relations to the Fulled Kingdom until | l-uftw- ] after full discussion by the Canadian | Tlie above increase in savings tind peoples: repeal of the, War Times 1 general deposits has taken place while CAILLAUX ON TRIAL Paris, Oct, 29.-Sitting as a high court, the French senat* today began itt sitting for the trial of ex-Premier Calllaux, Deputy Louis Lestalot and Paul Comble. The accused persons were not present, as the proceedings were only preliminary. P^I#I5(TERMINAJDR DON'T SUFFER PAIN-BUY HIRST'S I ?ud be piTPved ncajnar attack* er rbousisUmt, lumkaso, uevirsls^s. oothacoe sod writetw, KquitUy cflective for rclMtlus swollSttlOilts, tiraina sore throat and ottwr puinfulaUnoats, Vot over aiHm fttmlly friend. Dont eipwUneuf-twy Hlfst'r-ilsrsrtlMtMa MttM ss thniio�. Hatakuudred uses, _ AldmulvrMorwrWtu*. UIHST ItrUIXty CtX HtusUMM, CSMdt, lOloction act: permanent liomlnion-1 (