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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - October 30, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE TEN THE LETHBBTDGF. DAILY HERALD WEDNESDAY. OCTOBER 30, 1918 ISBBT f Local Loan Campaign is Progressing Satisfactorily; Nearly $150,000 Secured ^ (CONTINUE!- FROM FRONT PAOKl tharmomctpr'at the corner of tin- I'n-J ion RanK now indicates tint Jl.ei.Ouii * lias hern subscribed, :.!tho:n.-h 'he v.-. f .ports turned into headquarters 'is :!,c v �ity lam last nigh! iliil not to'.il �? -'oon a- '. ^ IMt cent. �:' the staff ha v. boncht bonis. i Canvas.-.-:- are .i-scl to " overlapping en. a otn. ; s "�. .in.' ' they will he doins their full share i: '. tli*'y cove: these ti:*rrtrts thoroiichh ' It mr '�; Tangctnents through th- company. '-, Supt. MacKiiitosh announce- *' :e .V.1 ' til- Southern Alberta'- Victory Loan cam-nascii u'cot"(it'(! up !o rues-day night slunv a total of one iniliion, throe hundred and MXly-three thousand oisht hundred .slid fifty dollars. These r.'tin sis arc oiisidercd very -:.:t*{.n *.>ry by t'.ie Southern Alberta ex.'i utiv.'. particular!.* a.- ii: a mini be- � localities ao organized �-um-pfl;s-,:i li.i- been carried on at preseti; i �n ..cin.iut of the infl-ienita epidemU i MI:' re -u. !i conditions prevail local .igr.n: .'.1:1011s ;..� devoting their tune ��> i o:n:i;tini'i�- where the di-c.iso is :>>; v.r\ pro\iileP'. iu'emlinc to re-t::rn to the otIn �;- .ii-'n. t'. " ! n bcirc effect sit thevej Til;' story 1 onoerns (he family of ii > now in a.�,! siuipe with Mr. Kuitard Hoe. Jitth >ii"'t nortii. A -on ; mend .1- sccre:.i;> .m / \awpr:'. and tii.it tiic-e , anv.is-ers ar>  at liberty to iausa-s ar.d obtain tio ( .sub.se rip' ion- of nil ri'it. i :nn:o> c,-. f* . The Victory Loan Army -> onti en, y six tUon-amt *:5ia� now been Taobili/ed. a.-.-orihtic to j the^ sciienio atinonnctsl in yesterday's mSffnc. and tiie (iistric:? it as brrn �U-twideit into four divisions as nearly f jpQiinl as possible. Sirei.i'oii ea, i thfllr objectives-, pnd -a it h spooially Jaiampit Kenerals in Wtot th� Kaiser I? to ho burned. ?\ The Battalions |. The battalion? are uatii" let. dutsldc of the mines, ijeiierai in harjje. P. B. Harris .BattaMon of the North, ali nortii o' ^yrwlrd anwnue. exclusive of the mines land all "west of Fifth st.-ret to Fourth Ire., goneril in charge. Ceo. )i Ma. I'he v th" .-i.Hfon ttt titii* ". tio'w ith-tandine ti.e senou, epi ' m, uiber uf tu- fami.y of .'iiih! \!"X. there !;;bndi;e i ity reports t ll.irron. x\ho i�. is ollar.s end .Medicine ii.it. ilistr'.- ^ev ( miK'iitily ;>len*e,| witii t'.a- ivcotd. FOR A TIME YET i No Helaxation of Order . Until ! Epidemic is Safely Under [ Control while, many people are Retting well and gottlng around iiKnln. new cnactt nro bolnpt reported every (Iny. nlthouRli not bo intiny ns last wet>k. Several iior,tarR boInK nick, tnakea It difficult to Iteep tabs on the new canes. There Im mi Intention to rolnx ntiy of (ho ordora now In effect until the epidemic is well cleared up.'' Chief ot I'olico 1 lardy stated that the people were. Renorally spenkiiiR, readily oompljiiiK with the mask order, but that Mrlotor tneaauroa would now i>o taken to enforce the order. Inspection is also to lie made In a day or two of business places to see that everyone Is wearing tho mask wlillu at work., : : * ? : ? ;..;. .> > � .> l.eth-l Complete the following state- 'liridRc may look for a closed loan foril'ients by givins tiie three conditions (a) A triangle may bo construct' ed ii- (10 A trlatiRlo Is hoIU to bo fl.xcj if- (e) Two trlnnglon nro equal la every resipprt. If- (n) t'.oiiBl.ruct. a trlaiiKlo A 11 0 huvliiR Riven lite side AH one and a half, HO two, mill CA lliree. Inches la length. (b) Jtonsure tho aiiglua and state the, number of degrees la their sum. (c) Classify the above triangle on n basis of: fl) Tho length of the sides, tu) The magnitude ot the angles. \. Construct an Isosceles triangle having given the length of the bimo two Inches and tho vertical angle UQ per cent. GOVERNMENT APPOINTMENTS V. K. Hawkins, Carniangay, ha* been appointed a notary public. II. T. McNIrhol hat been gazetted a commissioner for taking oaths. A. r. .Murphy of Warner, has boon gazetted a stock Inspector. b.undt The In .1'stri.r of Mndeod. P.nci.cr (>,k and . ., . ..^v '"'^ n'!,;n'1"' '�T�"�- . , , ... 4 . 1 x i. .o-\ iO.ih , .iillllllttee have tll.c c i .arc-.KMm ma.o - the r.ignest - tow- .,,, ,,. ... , , ..... . . , an ex.-epf.on in tiic case and have ore. in= o anv c i-tru". not -..vine a ctv in . .- , .... ,, ,. ' ' , sen.cd tiie i.imih w:t:i ;:v.i^ ni;-e.-i.d with the distiuguislied .-iMA .1 � oi.!-r by King Ceortte at l!uckii!,:i;.i:i! I'.ilace. Col. Blair ltip!e\ ;. -on of Mi and .Mr-. P.n'>: i;ij>>. x ,.!!! a brother of til" I.e.. Ma;... Ai. ::i |{tpl"> He i-a proniiii-ti: . ixil .:i-.;t:iecr atui joined the K. a;, it,,:i.cio-t . a;'i> in the war and ;- .>t:-ni- �{ cue .�; tin- tnos*  fit. io::t ti in  i There be m. si.rpri-c - . 'i:"-.- x\!o� have i. r-.-.l-, at hi.- some time yet. "The situation in the city Is not any worse.'' said Dr. DcVeber, 'but that apply to each: T. Katun Co. employees subscribed $f,nn,n0u for Victory Bonds. heard of ill.- work recognition with Mi !� S (i MRS. R. LOWE, OF eO. 9 Battalion of the south all soti'h of hlrd Are. And ca?! of Fifth street to *�Foimh and ati west of Fifth beyond "�Fourth. Renern! in ebitrn�. Hunh Mac-beth. �: In South Alberta Calga^t. Oct. so.- Hetitrn- from ^rtA-u-i ........� i ii. � ..... RUSSIA IS A HORRIBLE NIGHTMARE ? Honolulu. Oct. Sii-Prince > > C.eorfe l.voff. fire premier of ! : tie Russian provisional guv- ; > ertmiont set up after the r.-vo- : : I : ion. left here recently for : > tie Cntted States. He -a;d Kus > ? s;,t is a horrible nightmare, > lug and atrocities in those -e, : > t;or,� controlled by German-led : I- Red*. : * o .., at to ti-- !!.- .,:.�> ! t'a-d-tnn. C.'t. 'i" ititlnen/.a claim-' Card-ton - most popular l.i.iie-. in the . �person of Mr- Itobcrt lfurtn-ily - \ prop..-..! from : .Miss ::o,, Iiark�r. �;t. of Honei- Society that the . I Low. the .wll-kiio'.vt: ran. per. and K"' l.-nni'. !l" I'l.e j cUugicer .�: Mr. .in.I .Mr.. Kphruut 1 ontrol of th.. , i Hark.-. ol.|-t inter- -.u t:.e i.ird-toti under th.....Mitrol,,: district - an Mrs. 1.,-nv. had been ,'i on!v, time v.a- :n�rtievl "only i.i* spring- Tile funeral x\hi.h take ;da. e tomorrow. \v;.t r.- private, bu' 'lAtiou- pe.'P'.e con,.;;,, t-r -iiouid I-- c-.u...;!-. i iiieiii a- at p"e-eti- � :!;� . it\ i .mimt'-iot.- : -in . ontv ii thi. mot :,,i:. ai v.a.- l.nd upon to wili be o.'.d on  b- ;.(v> u ;tt an* tie parents -lllelli APPEAL from the GOVT. I " CANADA'S NATIONAL FISH DAY f Thurs., Oct. 31 st WE ARE ASKED BY THE GOVERNMENT TO MAKE THURSDAY, THIS WEEK A SPECIAL FISH DAY ]n*or'der to conserve the meat supply for the men at the front. We have made arrangements for large supplies from the Pacific, Atlantic, Great Lakes and the Northern Lakes and have secured the following varieties: Mr l.illnb !..is - (iti't-.i; of "h-. to in t lie ot n.r i 1: : . jirob.itiiiii .if.'!. !  x. !u-n c . nttoi Wh.i' tiie p..-.! iii., til" . banco i:.to. ;  �I bv 'be aid id [en - Aid , 't; offi. el*. ctiy itud'-i . in lead of ::>� depart-...... d bV .ie.Cl Willi i- prop.)--utitil the ti mat .-ii tui.f.-r .- h-r... but ..vim . the ti.e.' atid d �oi-iety tiial.l:^ .1; .-11 - . htldr.-i fl'otlt '1. I�a-e .i i.d ic-iiar;: i ot !:�. , nil. to ,Si�,.t . c 111. u. ti ;.o--ibl-i. V,n�r tl.n.!:. t. ef tu-te W 1 ci-C.ait: ex'-'ir ' ere. \c HP il '.v hand- of the .. C' V -til! Wild.. � - ' a.i' "� , :' 'he ! l>. : .,.n't..l lid tll.-U :ii th" t tMt.oll c to ! "-\pell'! '.)> ill f.. ...-t.-ty. altuouKO tt.c -iii h !...- f'lt: ! Rl IN CELLARS BY THE FOREIGNERS But it i> Bt'inir Brought Out Now To Buy ( anaila's Victory Bonds 8 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 , If you want to economize here are two lines that will appeal to you. FRESH HERRING, per lb. - 1 Oc Prince Rupert FLAT FISH, SOLES, 1 1n PLAICE, and FLOUNDERS, per lb. - I 1^ That 'h.-re .- ,,t len.-t on.- luit.-ir. I thousand �'ol!it- in cold i.i.li. I.ill-aiid coin- of \.,riosis il.-ii�iniuati>.n-. - r ()!-( in... i it, ihe cellars ot homes for>dgti.-i in ii,.- ilis.i-iit mining callijis, l- Vie. Iieil lor by tlios,. who are ill |.i- -�ii' intere-.tiiig !ii-tn-e!\c-. in the Victot', louii r:itup.iigii. and are eoiiotiL' ii.to . otituct with m mv ot the lot'.-i.'t.i-r- a.hi are mph.vi-i . o' i lie mile i and w Uo ac pri -mi. ,! in liav. lair; la.'.'.- siicd -a', iitg jic � .iiim .- Th.- in',. i.-t..!.. fear of the tut-.-igt  I uJll-tl da- /. col/le -ii llj.'.o .villi-.'.! c: ti-u-iiiiK In- .nolle..' tu any oth'-r iig.-iic- of -.f, iiit- - thin hi- n� n puck-  -I or U hole it: iiii- grouiul under hi-uiui linn--. i .-sponsible for this .-tate ot aft'.tu- Tin. laiivas.-.-rs lor Ii.- Virioi) -I.in in ihivo district* i.re making lull use of tln.ir knowledge-of thi-ic .-ondr itiiis. and are meeting with much i. cess in Inducing the fni'eigiii-i�-: to biing their money from the nut'', iiiiiinc, places, ii/id inv'f.it it in war ln.nd.- It i.'i .-tate,) iiiat foreigners have often i lime, to th., oily with rolls, of money so mus.tr from long hiding thai they were forced to get it changed for a fre-'u .supply. Tho estimate or , money stored a-,, ay in this fashion i-at least .sion,i>mi ami some estiniaU-s : place the .-uui at much above that. P. BURNS & CO. Limited PALACE MARKET THIRTEENTH STREET N. PHONE 431 Canada Pood Board Retail License No. 9-7953 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. PHONE I654 Canada Food Board Retail License No. 9-7914 Pie. Philip |�i,viil Williams, of Mon. tana, who joined up at Claresholm and was reported wounded, is now officially announced to have died of wounds on Oct. 11. I'm. Jes-e Hudson, son of (".. .M. Hudson. Cardston, and Pte. Cordon C. lilair, wlio joined up at f-othbridge, but whose, wiff lives in Calgary, are Burled wuumiud. LOOKING THROUGH to see if hi lias ncKle.-ted tiny space with h he has not thoroughly p.iln'eil. When it comes HOUSE PAINTING cr decorating we are thoroughly ctpubr" of taking charge of any contract that may be given to Us. Toll us what you think you want done and leave the re are experts when it ioiue� to House paint tng. Wellington Bros. The Decorators SHERLOCK BUILDING 'The Thing Which I feared Hath Come Upon Me." Job 2, 26th Verse. I he authorities have ordered that auction sales must not be held during the PANIC. The sale advertised for Tomorrow is therefore postponed UNTIL FURTHER NOTICE FRANK WADDINGTON AUCTIONEER Phone 770 for Future Dates, VOUcan bring Simpson's .Right to Your Door  tu 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 your money will he refunded. You run no risk of disappointment or loss. ; When Ordering Piece Goods State kind of material, color, yards required and the price you would like to pay. When Ordering Ready4o-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 dress goods, silks of all kinds, flannels, flannelettes, kimona 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. ^ . WE PAY ALL CARRYING CHARGES EITHER BY EXPRESS OR MAIL. The Simpson Co., Ltd. 602-604 Fourth Avenue S. v Y v Lethbridgc 14 ;