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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - October 30, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta ^'"PAGE TEN THE I^THBniDGE DAILY HERALD WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 30. 1918 f Local Loan Campaign is Progressing Satisfactorily; Nearly $150,000 Secured ^' (CONTINUED FROM FRONT PAGE) ;th�riiiometer'at the corner of tlip T'n-sub3cripiious of all f.P.K. emplovees (f The Victory Loan Army i The tig army ^of the Victory loan ^?v5ia� now been mobilized, according to rf.tiie scheme announced in yesterday's J^ssar, and the districts has been di-S^'ided into four divisions as nearly .giBttnal as possible, ivith 150.000 each as their objectives, and Tvith specially named generals in command. The Udea is that the armies are converging �n Gait Oardens and as soon as they ^each their objectives, �\\-hich total the Jwhole objective of ?6O0.000, the effigy if th* Kaiser is to be burned. The Battalions Thet ibattalions are namstl as fol-s, 'With Generalissimo Colin Mac-Cntosb. in supreme command: JSIiaers' Battalion, the four mines. I*iE. ^o. 6 and No. 3. the Coalhurst Cotninerce mines, general in jliarsre, T. Ixmsworth. IBtalmers' Battalion, the country disci, liatslde of the mines, general in axge, J>. B. Harris. ttalion of the North, all north of d awenue, exclusive of the mines, d. all "West of Kfth street to Fourth .re., general in charge, Geo. B. Jlac- �y. Bafitalion of the south, all south of ird Are. and east of Fifth street to "onith and ali Tv-est of Fifth beyond itjrth. general in charge. Hugh Jfac-eth. In South Alberta Calgarfy. Oct. SO.-Returns from Southern Alberfu's Victory T.oan campaign reconied up to Tuesday night show a total of one million, three hundred and sixty-tlirae thousand eight hundred iiud fifty dollar.s. These ' returns are coiisidered very -aiisfacuiry by ihe Southern Alberta exoiutivc. particularl.v as in ;i number o; localititis no organized campaign has been carried present on account of the influenza epidemic. lA'hcre .-iuch conditions prevail local organisations are devoting their lime to communities where tiie disease is not .vry prevalent, intending to return to the other districts when it has somewhat sul>si;led. No returns have .yet come from Sfe'tler on account of reorganization being effected there whi'.-h is now in good shape with .Mr. Kaymond as secretary. .Activities at Red Deer were delayed by the election in that constituency. Very gratifying returns come from tiie rnitiinij- district.^ including Drum-helier. notwithstanding the serious epidemic there. L-etlibridge city reports eighty-seven thousand seven hundred dollars and Medicine Hat distr'ot seventy-six thousand one hundred. The district of ifacleod. Pincher Creek and Claresholm makes the highest showing of any district not having a city in it with a total of eighty-nine thousand four hundred and fifty. The totals of districts up til! last i night were as follows: High .River. Xanton. Vulcan, Oko-toks, $33,SCO: Crow's Nest Pass, $64.-S50: Macleod. Pincher Creek, C'lares-holin. SS9.450: Lethbridge. Carman-ga.v, Warner. Taber. Foremost. Barons, New Dayton. Milk River, $103,-OOp: Cardston, Magraih. Raymond, S26.SC0; �Medicine Hat. Bow Island. Ftetlaw, Redclitr. Irvine, $76,100; Calgary ?S37,700. DOE FAMILY OF EIGHT TAKE 0 Have Lost Son at War Example in Victory Buying and Set Bond COL BLAIR RIPLEY THEATRES AND ' *J* *t* "J* 'J* ** ^ RUSSIA IS A HORRIBLE NIGHTMARE Honolulu, Oct. 30.-Prince George bvoff, fire premier of ? : : iliuy a ^�ic(ory Pond>. .\ noilh I>ethhridKc familj-. which has already made a record in the war, has set an e-xaniplo in the Victory loan campaign that has furnished a new impetu': to the workers toOay. and is the envy and adniiratioit of all ^vho hear of it. The story concerns the family of Richard Doe. 16th sirei.n north. A son of this family. H.vdn�>y Doe. was lost.! at tlio front over a year ago. The family has now subscribed' lor $2v>00 worth of Victory bonds, all paid in casiv. This provides a bond for every member of the family of eight. .\lex. llarron, who is team captain for, the (listrirt in which che family reside, is mightily pleased with this record. In view of this splendid example, the Victory loan committee have made an exception in the case, and have presented the family with an honor emblem, 100 per cent. This is not given save in the case of business firms who have staffs of considerable size, but an exception was deemed right in this case. only .R. LOWE, OF CARDSTON. DEAD Cable despatches report that Lt.-Col. Blair Ripley was inves(e' commissioners and dealt with time. She was marrieil 'only last ; council this morning. T spring. The funeral, which ' takes ' place tomorrow, wUi be private, but a service vvili be -held on the lawn in front of her parents' residence. the GOVT. 8 CANADA'S NATIONAL FISH DAY # Thurs., Oct. 31 st WE ARE ASKED BY THE GOVERNMENT TO MAKE THURSDAY, THIS WEEK S A SPECIAL FISH DAY la^^or'dertoconservethemeatsupply for the men at the front. We have made arrangements for large supplies from the Pacific, Atlantic, Great Lak^s and the Northern Lakes and have secured the following varieties: he proposal was laid upon the table until the rarious people concerned in the mal-i ler should be consulted, j Mr. Lamb has ahvay,.; been under ' control of t'ne chief of police here, but i in the other cities of the province the i probation officer i-; under direct and ; exclusive control of trie aid society. ! AVhat the particular reason for making i the change here. is. has not been stat ed by the aid. It is the general policy of the chil dren's aid department to divorce the children's work as much as possible from the police courts. Mayor Hardie however, believes that with the re lease of control of the probation officer there will also be release to a certain extent of control of expend! lure, which would then be in the hands of the aid society, although the city still would furnish the funds. STORED N CELLARS BY ; But it is lieing Brouglit Out Now To Buy Canada's Victory Bonds  FRESH CHICKEN HALIBUT FRESH RED SALMON FRESH PACIFIC HERRING FRESH BLACK COD FRESH WHITE FISH FRESH SMELTS FRESH SOLES FRESH PERCH FINNAN HADDIE SALT MACKEREL SALT HERRING SMOKED SABLE FISH KIPPERED HERRING SHELL FISH � SHRIMPS CRABS FRESH OYSTERS f,;- If you want to economize here are two lines that will appeal to you. FRESH HERRING, per lb. - lOc Prince Rwerl FLAT FISH, SOLES, 1 1 r� PLAICE, and FLOUNDERS, per lb. - X i ^ P. BURNS & CO. Umited PALACE MARKET THIRTEENTH STREET N. PHONE 431 Canada Food Board-Retail License No, 9-J953 MAIN MARKET THIRD AVENUE SOUTH PHONES 412 AND,1388 Canada- Food Board Retail License No, 9-7952 DOMINION MARKET COR. 4TH AVE, AND 6TH ST, S. PHONE 1654 Canada Food Board Retail License No. 9-79t;4 j That there is at least one hundred Uhousand dollars in cold cash, bills i and coins of various denominations, j stored away in the cellars of homes of I foreigners in tlie disU-ict mining ' camp.'i. is votjched for b.v those who j are at present interesting themselves j in the Victory loan campaign, and iarc cominpr into contact with many of � the foreiKiiers who are employers of j Ihe miners anil wlio ai'f presumed to ' have fairly largo sized saving ;ic-, counts. The Inveteiaie fear of the forcign-'. er wliich has become so often evident .' of trusting his money to any other agency of savings than his own pock-' et or a hole in the ground under his i o�n, is responsible for this ; state of affairs. The canvassers for 1 the Victory loiin in these districts j are making full use of their knowledge I of these conditions, and are meeting with much success in Inducing the foreigners fo bring their money from (the inusiy hiding places, and invest it I in war bonds. It is stated that foreigner.'? have often come to the city with rolls of money so musty from long hiding that they were forced to get it changed for a fresh supply. The estimate of nioney stored away in this fashion is at least %\orted wounded. No Relaxation of Order. Until Epidemic is Safely llilder Control! . �; whllo many people are getting well and gottUiK around again, new caaeB are being reported every day, although not so many as last week. Sevorol doqiprs. bglnK.,a.l,c.kj .nnjk.ea It difficult to koeiJ-tabaVori'tHo now cases. There �in no int^Ationj to reln-it ahy" of' the orrtdra now in. effect until the epidemic is woll cleared up." Chief of Police Hardy stated that the people were, generally speaking, readily complying with the mask order, 'but that stricter meaauroa would now ijo taken to enforbo the order; Inspection "la also to be made in a day or two of bualneas places to see that overyono, is woariug tho mask while 'at'whrk',.';',;, � - � , ; j '� \  , There is no liklihood that schools,'j theatres and churches will be re-op ened next week, or perhnp.s for two weeks. Dr. DeVeber, medical officer of health, stated today that until ho felt certain that the epidemic whs effectually stamped c|"'^- 1""^^ was so greatly reduced as to be safe, there would he no relaxation of the order closing everything up in tho nature of public gatherings. ^So Lethbridge may look for a closed to.wn for some time yet. "The situation in the city Is not any worse.'* said Dr. DeV'cber, "but > .> � ^, ;j;';.:-.' ;: ' � � ; ? : GRADE vm. > : GEOMETRY QUESTIONS > ? . ? ? ? ? ? ? 4> ? : > ?>> ? 1. Define and ilhiatrato: chord, segment, sector, tangent, square, rhombus, rectangle, parallelogram, quadrilateral, and angle. ' 2. Complete the following statements by giving the, three conditions that apply to each: (a) A triangle may bo construct* ed if- (I)) A triangle Is said to bo flxod if- . .(c) Two triangles. arc equal is ''^ every ,respecl If- ' S.' (a) Conblruct a triangle ABO having given the side AB one and � half, BC two, and cA three inches la lengtti. VV ' (b) Moaauro tho auglea and stats tho number o� degreea la their sum.. (c) ClBBslty the above' triangle on a basis of: � ; (1) The length of the sides, (a) TJiD magnltiido of th� ; � � angles. 4,' Construct an iaoacelea triangle having given the length of the base two Inches and the vortical angle CO per cent. , GOVERNMENT APPOINTMENTS F. E. Hawkins, Carraangay, ha� been appointed a notary public, R, T, McNlchol has been gazetted a commissioner for taking oaths. A. P, Murphy of Warner, has been gazetted a stock inspector. I T. Baton Co. employees subscribed ' $500,000 tor Victory Bonds, looking THROl to see it he has neglected any space which he has not thoroughly painted. 'When it comes 'house painting or decorating we are thoroughly capable of taking charge of any contract that may be given to us. Tell us what you think you want done and leave the rest of the job to us and ive will do it thoroughly. We are experts when it comes to House Painting. Wellington Bros. The Decorators SHERLOCK BUILDING "The Tiling Which I Feared Hath Come Upon Me." Job 2, 26th Verse. The authorities have oideved that auction sales must not be held during the PANIC. The sale advertised for Tomorrow is therefore postponed UNTIL FURTHER NOTICE FRANK WADDINGTON AUCTIONEER I Phone 770 for Future Dates, VOUcan bring Simpson's ...Might to Your Door Through Our FREE Carriage System No need to make a special trip to town or to come down if inconvenient or impossible when you can shop quite as satisfactory by phone or mail. You know the quality of our goods and the wide range. If your purchases are not entirely, up to your expectations you can return them and youif money will be refunded. You run no risk of disappointmeint or loss, j When Ordering Piece Goods Stale kind of material, color, yards required and the price you would like to pay. When Ordering Ready-tOr Wear State Article Wanted, Color, Size and Price You can order Suits, Coats, Dresses, Skirts, Waists, Kimonas, Underskirts, Underwear, Gloves, Hosiery, Sweaters, Boys' Suits, Caps, Overcoats, or anything in piece goods, such as serges and wool dresis goods, silks of all kinds, flannels, flannelettes, kimot^a cloths, sheetings,, nainsooks, table linen, ginghams, prints, towelings, embroidery linens, laces, emroideries, crepe de chines, georgettes, ninons, veilings, ribbons, etc., in fact anything you require. TRY OUR MAIL AND PHONE SYSTEM, YOU WILL FIND IT QUITE SATISFACTORY. , ^ " r- WE PAY ALL CARRYING CHARGES EITHER BY EXPRESS OR MAIL. The Simpson Co., Ltd. 602-604 Fourth Avenue S, y y- Lethbrldge 67 10697698 09857? ;