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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - October 30, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 30, 1918 Page three THAT SON-IN-LAW OF PA'S By Wellington NOV^ PONT AR(?UE i FROh NONN ON SPEND ^OUR. DW5 IN THAT EASY CHAIR, ^ETON' CohpLETE RP^! AM" poHY UP ouror rr-AN>rTHiN^ XA HAVE r HAVP, IlL fOR VA? i .WEUU-1 SHOULD* NOW, OLD CHAP. iCHAPj-^ 50RR^]'ARm. AN'-Jl f-5ince ma �lY IX�M' ausrWHAT DOW NOVg, ITS V40Rm AiTKIAL IMVOUR QASE' ii'-i'l COL. HOUSE'S CONVERSATION Paris, Oct. 30.-Col. K. JF. JIou.su has already had coaversatioiiH with Premier Clomenceau, Fiold Maralial Halg, Vi.scount iMlliier, Hritish .secretary oi: atate for war; William Graves Sharpe, American ambaaaador to France; Premier Venizelos of Greece'over leaving Nome on one vessel, tlic and Gen. Tasker M. Hliss. Anuiriean , Victoria, the last aleaniei' this sea-reprffsentative to the supreme war ' son from tlie nortliern gold eani]), de-council, 'parted .Monday nigiit for Seattle, ac- -'�-- J cording to word received today. Spc- i HUNDREDS SAIL FROM NOME i cial government permi-ssion liad to he,' Seattle, Oc(. SO.-With (JOH passen-* obtained for the vessel to increa.'jc iier gers on board, the largest nuinbor pussonger-carrying capacity. Made in Canada / ' I ^HESE are times when people are changing; X their mode of life and forming new habits. Th^ey arc good times to form the habit of wearing these better clothds -better because their style lasts longer and the clothes look quality even whoa they get old. And they work out every dollar that you put into them. The label is our pled|;e to you of unqualified satisfaction. SOCIETY BRAND CLOTHES, LIMITED, CANADA ALFRED DICKER h COJIN, UNITED STATES CnlCACO NEW yoRK MONTREAL STf LE HEADQUARTERS ^or'rctg ^rand CHlotlira�m 'l\/'HEN you know that looking the part and ^ ' being the part,.go hand in hand, why don't you wear the best clothes that your money will get? We have them-Society Brand. They are not made to meet a price but to set a standard of quality. (And they do.) These suits and overcoats embody such exceptional hand tailoring that it keeps the style and fit intact throughout the life of the garment. McKelvie & McGuire Lethbridge ^'Style Headquarters"-Where.BmiSi^ ondon. Oct. ?,fj.-In tlie iiuuse of commons Alfred Byrne, Xaiionalist, asked whether steps would be taken to secure compensation foi- liie dependents of all victims of submarim-' warfare and also if the government, purposed to demand from Germany the names of the commander and the crew of the submarine wliieb is responsible for the murder of (JijO jiasii-engers o^ the Leinstcr and furllier would the; government see liial these men were brought to (rial. Andrew Honar Law replied tiiat ii.s regards the first part, of tlie iiiiestioii he bad nothing to add to previous aii-swcrs. A register was being kept of all claims iu resitecl of losses due to enemy action. Sir Richard Cooper. 'Does the premier intend to take .steps to secure that the iteace agreeiiieiii sliall in general principles ae'Cord witli the wislies of ihe majority of the members of the house of comiiiotis?" Bouar Law replied thai the govern-monl must, be tlie interpreter of the views of the house and the nation. .Sir Hichard: "In this matter will the country be coiuiiiittetl to a secret pe.Tce agreement'.'" Ijonar Law: "I do not (luile know wiiat the honorable member means. 1 do not suppose he proposes that, peace terms should be put up to the country as a referendum and I know of no other way in which the country can be represented except by the government." fc-ir Henry Mavelock-Allan: "Have steps been taken to establish one authority for (he disposal of surplus government stores after the war, thereby prevent overlapping and wastage caused by various government departments eaclv disposing of their own surplus stores?" ftiglit Hon. Bonar Law replied that stops had been taken in this direction by a committee of the cabinet which is con.sidering the precise character of authoriiiej!/and steps were to be taken immediately. City Subscription Rates Advance Next Week ON AND AFTER NOVEMBER 4 the subscription price of the Herald to city subscribers v/ill be advanced to 15c a week. This rate has already been established in other western cities. The reason Is evident. In spite of all the war advances there has been no increase ill t.'e price of the Herald during the past four years. The price of paper alone, since January 1st, .1917, increased 621/2 per cent. To meet these advances and to maintain the standard of the Herald's war news service which iz particularly expensive and to endeavor to produce a better paper it is necessary to call on city subscribers to bear their fair share of the cost which is already b^ing 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. tile public utilities conuiii.ssioner to establish if tlie increased rates are to be periniitieiit. The city's action will avert the Ihreaieiied strike of motonnen and eonduetors set for Friday. I � ! <' : GEflMANS HOARD ? BANK NOTES ? I ... EO; b Stot^kholnl, Oct. 30.-The overflow iiMo Scandinavia of Russian fugitives seeking an asylum in Finland has created such a problem that Dr. Helliier. the Swedish foreign minister, has taken up the question with Great Britain, informing her that \Swodcn has to refuse to receive a n6w invasion of the Rtissians. Thousands of victims of the Bolshc-viki regime have fled into Finland and have compelled thdiPiiinish population to .divide with tliem the already meagre supplies of food. The food situation lias become so serious in Finland, it is reported, as to endanger public health. Some time ago tlie Finnish government asked Norway and Sweden to give shelter to some of the Kiissiaus. .\.UUough food is scarce in Scandinavia, a large number of Russians were permitted to come into Sweden and Norway, but recently the governments of those/countries liave been compelled to. inform l'''inland that they could no longer poniiit the unlucky Russians to enter. The housing problem in Sweden and Norway also is very bad. evou if the. food difficulties could be overcome by means of increased importations from allied countries. Zurich, Oct. ^0.-The German Reisehbank has issued bank notes to the amount of 2,000,000,000 marks during the last four weeks, according to tlie Neuste Nachrichten of .'Wu-uicli. The newspaper says that it v.'as caused by the lioarding of bank notes by the people and points out that it" tlie Germans do not give up their present "craze" a financial catastrophe is inevitable. IT LO GIVEG "SfRUPOFFIGS'lF TONGUE 19 COATED Cross, Feverish, Sick, Bilious, Clean Little Liver and Bowels. SALLOWED 10 ^ CHMGE5CFM Winnipeg, Dei. ^0.-The Winnipeg Electrl'c Railway company will he per-znJtted by the city temporarily to charge a flat .'j-cent fare, except for children's and workmen's tickets, which will he sold at the rate o� eight tor 25 cents and six for 25 cents, respectively. An exhaustive investigation of the ,a