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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - October 31, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta VKGti"FOUR Eetbbtiboe Iberalb Xetbbrfooe, fliberta DAILY AND WBKHkY " Proarletara arid PiMMim t*f> LETHBRIDOK HERALD PRtNT> INO COMPANY, LIMtThX , M* ith Street Seuth, LetMHdfa W. A. Buolvwan President and Ma Dating Dir*�to* )�ha Torrance -  Bustneo TXLRPHONBS tslaeas Ottioa.......... itoHal Otfloa .......... an IBM ubscrlptlon HatMM aJly, flallverefc. par wttk -1* ally, delivered, per year ally, by mall, par yaar ......M-O* ftMkly, by mall, par ymr .....$1.M | 7aakly. by mall par year te V.&.. IS.** W-.--- | Dates of expiry of. snbscrtptloas av , tear daily on addraai label. Aeeef*-pea of pajx-n tJta. expiration data la >�r authority to coatlttua Ui� iak- 1 ertptfcm ; BANKS WILL HELP SMALL INVESTOR8 It Is announced that, in order te encourage inveitora to participate [ In the 1913 Vlqtory Loan, the J Banks will lend subscribers, on the probable certainty of repay- i ment within a year, up to 90 par cent, of the amount of the Investment in the Loan. The rate of j Interest charged by the banks la By, per cent. This should have the effect �f tjreatly stimulating the flow of money when the big Drive opens. Many people who were anxious to 00 their bit towards supporting  the boya at the front were unfortunately restricted as te the amount they had ava'latil* for investment, having Immediate or future obligations which oalled for their j ready, capital. It la such aa these j that the Banks are ready te help-On reasonable security theee Intending Investors may receive the cash from the Bank at the same 1 rate of Interest the Dominion Government pay* for the entire 1918 Victory Loan. TTtey may re-duo* their obligations te the Banks monthly or quarterly. The Banks will also sooept from small Investors for safe keeping without charge the Interim aeeurltiea and hrter the bond* themselves up to a reasonable  mount, for the term of one year. TMK LRTHBHIDGE DAILY HRM&D i nmmtm^mmfmmmmmm^e^mmmmwB^'nt^nwmmmmmmtme^tjaa BUY A BOND AND CARRY ON Until the day of victory we must "Carry on, carry on," and I know what I am saying: I know the cost of It quite aa much as anybody here this morning. Look here, mart-there t* no one In this room thht morning who longs for peace as I do. I am not here to gJorlfV war, God forbid; no man In this room longs for pesos ns I do. I have hi�d four yearu of this war and that meena I have been awtvy from homo for four years and I have been out off'from the Iff* cf my home and my little children for four yean In the hap piest and loveliest years of their lives. I have a ITttle boy at home, four year* oW, and that little cfiap has never knewn peace: he has never tl-or* cf '!-.:� ' Our �r'�"t.! victories in 1 *'. oy re ',-> y i: i!:r i. �� � . >� ti:i- Tab-r. �:�-�'Hin . 2}:\\ V'c. AmUTfoli � \r r.jo :il iMinonton in ' : :--�rvico. but trainforrod ;:!?3:i;ry. Tw> other hro-.'r.-.j':Iv r.rv on active ^or-front \' ii'.-.'n arc wintiitip :-'r?nff and VJamtern. but l-.K fost. hi t!m iM#--. nV.y r*:t>l!?hr(!. apper.r ' a 1':.. ISrc-.s Biik.t. .if >i: 1> (Uri'.ir.t-r. Taher, l'or;>or:iI C. .1 v..ni:;.W.. has !'! for \"au-h.\v p!!r;ic^?- residtus Mr.'. 'b>'.!l:r.-: hoa-tli no-w.-r .il:t:u'.�' --ii!r ivi;u'i' !r.��'>tin-lie. T'.i* O'vir:',' ke iu"p!;cat!o;t . >-;.��: Board of il i :"r>.\r., v :v-i ap- !hs I'-.v.rd prss�r.t !atSi!?Prt� n'.-;: a!'.) .Iocli-.i tc*1 r> ;.hr i for throo *rah!"l nurs?s A'v--.ra! s.'� ' ' .:\--.winy tho i!iti.'..-.n.-ii wen> i.-ijo.to.l U -:vj ci.ur.oll. Llve.-y Pnrn Urt Monday i" nirur betwr-.'n I he i.nur- i � .inJ T tile !!v�tv bir:i onui-( 1 b" A. V.. Trtit-n '.v-v^ J 3;- troy �-l by " rr\ Tw.-> .'ar'.o'A of h>y. *'-�'''' h-'.-.r�-�!>.� --as-::: atul u:;!-�r ; ;i~ l-v . -: -!r- ::y ;!:.- flat::.-.. ::�.ir,r-'t.-;*: ) v.'Tt? j.}.,1,Vv� ir.. *:r,vn�*>� c>n '}> -'.^r bat :',:at w'.'.! . v~r '.-.t ... \\\ .>* ;.-,Sj suf- -�:ff�.�'1. . -.-. v.--- .in. o : iU\rr.t :i:>: wiV. 'i'.--' a;, ro C.:\T. :hjs re-��> tncr.': \ .-.f j-'iib -vi- n Toltcn r.. to !lv oow Tr.*en slight. Tho Calgary Albertan Intlm.ntes Dial! 1'or.sibly tho fact'that ;ht> illsewo hna j nr. ,t. G. iuitm>rfi>rd, of Cnlgnry, may1 spread so rapidly Ihi? pj.-�t wr:'. mloptod. ilui' to tho fuot j Mr?. N'ellle Agnes Sandors. widow t'-.'.ir Const. Moonuy ot t.'n' API", haa .; of tii� Into llov. Thomas Sanders, dinl � h:rasr;f boon a vlc,yy(n. ^o that the ob-, at her residence In Aylmer, Ont.. iiK"d sc.-v.iuro of tho Bfsa'iirr� prescribed, i aighty. by law i* left to the whim of tho In- -. i dlvidnul. and the number of masks ; Major It. J. Bttrdo, M.C.. is boins. seen on the jttrect Is v.t>Kli8lMt>. | naked by roturtied noldlers to conteot ?5 fa� thoro havu b.cii no fatalities the vneftney for. the B. C. legislature from the wiro. One of tho tads died on "I .'liir.'d.vy and on Friday death claim � I oth.-r. The ho.lio? wore hrough'. , _r .. . ,, , , , . , vt-.-T,-.^ , xi� ,a . v,,,.i,.i Vh, ot ho lli0st widely known hotelmen to \\ .trnor on Monony for burial, tho . , Tt,t," ai-a ~>___,___, _,,.,,. . , , ,,__' ll", i niteu btates. died of pneumon i--.-r�>mi>ny tajting pla. e at the tetno-, ja i.'i'. whore both lads wnr.,> laid to rest ! in i>n� grave. A larfro number of_rc-live., an.t Mends were present, and ; ;-Mr:, oW pro{cMOr at Assumptiow t ;l. preat^st sympathy Is feil for lha Cx)UPKe. SMidwIch. Ont.. .iled of puei. Ivjrsavod parents. ! j \V. S. Miischnilieim, proprietor of 1 tbn Hotel Astor, in New York, and one Rev. Father Thomas J. Mcdwan. I The Home Attractive Your good judgment plus our knowledge, with a moderate expense will place a splendid piano in your home. The charm of a good piano in the family circle adds untold advantages to the daily life. The Mason & Risch Piano-equal of any piano built in any country in the world-adds the greatest charm. Our bui�?ne*o in to help mako homes more attractive-our pianos nmUo this nn easy tnak. , Our Etfchango Department has recently taken Into stock a amnll Hinry Herbert Studio Piano In mission oak, tn exchange for a Player-Piano. It Is nearly new and would grace any drawing room. We are asking (J?Q�JC AA for this in- $OLO,\JV strument, with bench to match. It will pay you to call and examine this piano. EASY PAYMENT PLAN MASON & RISCH LIMITED DALMORAL BLOCK FIFTH ST. 8. LETHBRIDQK ONEPOUH is.t nla vOr.di tallowed an attach Spaaish Influenza i'FVom Our U'.vn C.rr*�n.indfnO Onefour. Oct. 2S.-Snow has cover-i ! tho kround for two .-Jays and the ""i^Vm '!aHVe ?:�rlng- n a in !�*> ,ras f!"�1 *60 and coot, .las. \\ ctherolt has had ft woll drill- _ e.l on hi3 (arm and obtained a good -ippiy at 140 feet. 0f | The fir?t death from Spanish Influenza In Wpyhuru was K. A. Dunlnp, _^ I trr-vellr-r for the I. If. C. nod former- William McFarlane, a Jerseyvillo1 b' �l?ont ^or thnt rompauy In Wey-fartner. wftB found guilty on the charge ; hum. ot using language calculatod to,1 - , ��- ......,v*.u",�"ilcu weaken the united effort In tho war, I rh* nonunion sovornmont has np- th� Imperial Hank nt St. Thomas. Ri- ; pointed a rommla-tlon lo lnve?tlKatu i nionton and CalBory. Ho waa also with _ 'and report upon the possibility of of-1 the Royal Northwest Mounted Po1li:lon thr- prlntlnK bureau. Tho com! he wa� snrvaylnK In O. t hishoha * place ; Indian Department, against Mnyor j mUslon is composed of 14. Sluek. country.  i.-f. " v,. ub Ih-.-f !l., ; -. r.. - b- a br :i "\ 'X THE PROGRESS DP THE WAR Marshal Foci, to whoa ha* bsaa delegated the privilef� or finally dle-tatlng tJe terms ot armistice, has set-{lod now upon these tens*, and has presented them to the German tor eminent. According to word reoelred from feotly safe or as sft'i as the Cnaa-dlan OoT�rnment !tsr�" the amy and batt jJ*r aoath Is offering his services to The Italian drive proceeds and the u couW oMatn Jfl h(g w^ (>T area UberaUd by the victorious allied piojrmeut. This, coverlnc a year's per-troops grow* at a rapid rate. The lod would mean a soldier is cor.trlhur-AuitiiMi government Is now said to','eg in a. financial way about Iflf-noo. Now with recard to the man who in--  - to the pi- ;i.'v -,t.r.-.J in ;h" ' : . �:.- -tr..I-r .. '"-y-Hr.rr! 'n-.r.;--.-r.'.-i cn.i .: ". ' !f proot Is wi-.-.j. T.\b9 f-::;S'! ... Ui' th!> fir* v.'^- or.. :.\ �: �r.  >'.,'.'n ' f >-.-> i>:;:or t!r-v. :r..' ^c!np �-.A- hr�.-"i i'.t.t t'-.e \vsi�r e ->.;r-' The fire  r: ,. �-) the C T !: :u^"'r.i; off rh.;- uatt-.-"own. P.u' ,.v!:.-ti !.� be jcm�th'.:u; dolnr 'Ve used l^iX on our J'i-.CO 1 ga-> well as a monument of fo'iy. \\" have now diys h-.-.i furnish ",i us th�i r-niy wat^r hov-s had >'> rr.tilstes thr- Upji of our 'iylr.>? Death of Mr. Powell �jl: work on K. F 3.1 from there wilt go to D. N". Cur- MacUrldo. "of Brantford, for partlcipat-1 munnitlng director of tht- Montreal r :r I Ing in a publlo meeting on tho reserve., Caiettr.. J. Kutreno Tar.e of Ul Patrio. Itis.i Tena Undsay gave a chicken) -- j Montr'-nl and J, Lewis, of the Southam ;-'.o Fuppor last Thu!'--.Uy evening.! Uurln� the crossing of the Plave by v.-hl?h was much enjoved by a large i Italian nnd British troops an Austrian, .-ir.-'.- cf frlrjnd'-. | battle plane attacked an Italian oh-: rhp '-'"'It Lumber company will Samuel ('ross, oar mall contractor. ?*rvnt|on balloon nnd attanipteil to rciuln- snf- men this winter to enrry w-.i- a fee tod at Mar.yherrtes on the pass through it. The attempt failed :.�� trip r.r.d la now wearing an "aati-^and the enemy airplane becaftin en- v intor Thu FlnK),r j,llIub(,r c,ompativ en'' rail as a protection agalMt the | tangled In tho ropes of tho balloon. the Peace River ' Printing company, Toronto. Among tho biggest Inventors In Victory bonds nt Winnipeg wore: T. Baton Company (western allotment, $400.-000; $300,000 designated to Winnipeg jjpar.lsi-. malady Roth the balloon and the airplane wero sr.- i-nliing for l.ono ni"n to work !n The p."; anil Prince Albert di.Htrlcts. n-.., ,-rew which ha, be�n building-'ret on flro and the burning mass drop- \>\LT auWctt- ^ Ut J H. Walla.-a * Co. h.vlr.d to tho ground. Neither the pilot , ^,A u,"I = ^�..... �., .....i,,.. v.,.....it nf the Mrr.1l.nr. nnr thf, nl,.�rv�-� In X"1 1101 "I tT.lt.' tills Winter, in ll'Olr j'.o:. i.iy in'cr.'.riT w �> "S *: .'Ml! p: f'�".-.'. ha = r.ot i tirue.tftb:-) for i sypnly Irs this rlof-eJ camp for ihv winter, but will "f the airplane nor the observers In return sr. thy sprlcn �nd put in aa-j ">� ba!loon 'wero h,,rt- oth'r a;i:u at the "v. Hl'-.-.v p;itcb." . JT ...... s ! Hniev is hau.ln.; for the Spen-I 'h�' atrJhe �t Now ^prk "f u-m' re:- t.-.�.-h and Mrs r.nlny has B,no nicmbors of the Amulgamated Cloth-t> .f.-.r.yherrte* tor � vKlt with ),...-, In8 V. or�od investment by, atchewau, ts concluding armngemr-nts  pnrohRslng Victory Bonds. 1918. the|for aacurlttg a supply of grain In thev-j rsymaiter general at Ottawa ha� Is- j dfetrict. H� will personally look after , ii�l ir..��niei-:i>n� whereby all ranks tho purchase of an Initial Quantity,] may purcaar.- the l>ond8 on the instal- [ AruJ wm proceed at once to buy up I men-, plan- Tr-*.? concetslon applies to further supplies m other parts of the | otf'.cars, warrant officers, N'.C.O.'s and | province. He Is arranging for three | ir.cn; ai�o civilian employees of tbe) pUrcb�ae� on the basin of a five-cent i M i it in Department or Military DIs-1 u[ivincn over Fort William nHr-oii I Canada Fuod Dourd, Licence No. 13-442, be preparing to withdraw ita entire !*ow_wiUl regard to the m armr from th� �t�i^ tn ,. i'""4* � ^ctory loan, say, to trie ex army from the field In auptiort of Its tent ot ,100u,,, Thlg wotll(1 oaly hp V.V d.:ei.l:. .'.eath on Tul-t,i Mr. Fr.'d pr*vl;>ii.i }U-jft'a whb::. :n;,nla nr.! hr : � ,'r-'t to rhroni.ie the -!',y afternoon at C pin. Ab'.tit � w.t:!{ 'Mwn'l took I!', of l::f:-i-v'.r. '!ii.;a(jd lnt� ;.n.- :� .nr!.!;>, rokuitinj; -ii.-.- !- claim for an armistice A peace note from Turkey Is ex peeled at any moment by the alltas. SOME GOOD POINT8 ON VICTORY LOAN SUBSCRIBING We publish in this column without any apology the following latter ad- contrlbutlng ln n financial way hut | Tory small portion aa compared v.-i:h jthe single soldier and 1 arrive at the j conclusion ln this way. A miin who buys JIOCO.OO In bond* could borrow the money to buy this at not f.xcr-.ii-Ing S%. This would cost him $S-n'.n per year. He would obtain from tb.>-government In the way of coupons . . . ^ _ ,. . . �_, about $55 00. He would, therefor.), br-nressed to A. G. Baalim, chairman of lo,lng , hp borTOWC(1 the mon,v ,, the Victory lx>tin committee, by a'buy the bondv only $2"..C0 per an-prominent local business man. Most num bo that I figure It from the fin-Of what ho says.wo agree with nnd!8ncial standpoint a perann buyiut? _ ... . . ,, 'M.O'.fi.nn bonds wonld only be contn- many of hit point* are so well taken ,hmnf, t,5 our canvass this year tee tor 1917 1 would like to make tho "nU important tact should be brouKht following observations with a view10 the attention of the. Investor imd to obtaining a more equal canvass !that Wfi a^�^A ��0l{ t0 �ecl,r' of th� in''65^T ire tah-Justily. I found clerks earning from :,n* bond* ,0 ,he c�teni of about 10% to 25% of tholr yearly Income. I would suggest that we try to Induce Investors to subBcrlbe for bonds somewhere near a fair portion of their income an suggested above. Ml it r:i !'i atlli-� v.-:! h- �mil :.t  prl::i.. �: - i il i  h �d by a;l v.i.,, l..lr, fune.-.il ?60.00 to 170.00 per month who took ns many as two bonds of $100.00 each. I found other men whose salaries ranged M nearly $2,000.00 and some farmers with crops ranging from 1000 bus. to 5000 bus. subscribe but $100.00 and JiOO.OO each. 1 think with these comparisons before you, you will readily agree that the subscription* are not equal from a patriotic standpoint. .Now aa I understand tho nature of the loan, as well as obtaining a good safe' investment for our money, we would be doing our share ln helping support tbe allies. It in true we cau> not all go to the front to do our part there and tho loan afford those who remain an opportunity of doing our �hare? towards supporting the cause. Ttta loan UeeU is a very safe lnveat-Kienv.. terhftDB. there is no investment' at the Tjretioiit time that affords one more safety. It will pay 5Vi% tnt�jr#?t and Die original loan ia por- I>et the boys know the Victory I^oan subscribers. tJO your best to put I*t!.bridge over the top. The Provincial Ilourd has kIhh up all public meetings and in doiti^ its best to shut off all conversation too. Had the Alberta government put that mask order Into effect before thr-Iled Ueur clecLlon, Calhraith might have been elected. Tho itnti-hrigad.: would have bucu heavy. ily in hi* .\t 11 tip-.- Ily int.-ui1i berta. ThoiiRh no' n� while .n �';. � '.it'i- and ii pt./:itl :n:i 'j'he ''ymp-ithv le 'y cxrc'i.;'-! k. thu wlf�. been -to orc-'.y b.-r.--ivri..u:{ :-l *';" a.'.u Mr. Harry ritavri-'.v, u Crcc': ;-.-..i'l'-n'. i.f the (ciwn. .iii- 1 1.1 the Hoy.il hoi.-l nt p:;�ui;ioni.'i. ::..lur."l by an aifu-K ! of Influenza. 'I in'- yiinrnt n.;ui v,a-' yi-.;r.i of a.-..- . n>! i. ni..'.irt:e.l hy a yout.eer brother, who >....-. Thr- �(.gn-*-table thins In tl.i.-t canr- ;>s in the ruse of re vera i ot':i�.!-i dying tr.'-enlly Is the feeling that ibc-i- ilv>!t iiiinUl have : been spared had ckiiicd nur.-'ir.K been iivailnmV The fun'iru! of lb.1 ('.ecoiis e�-n under construction since January, 19)7. N'lne of the plera wero built J under the supervision of 3. (.'.. Hill, of j Winnipeg; they were set In Zl feet! of water and rest on rock 17 feet be- T,1-1,1 ,T in A," ^�l'ow thD rlver b9d' On th� other aide, d ovetcea. the Instalments nf ,v,a .v,, _.i_ Pay. The firsydrdiictlon pf pay, or In n^'ll goon'as poa.lblo. giving fac (litfee to farmers, who, this year, ti.it.-f. i;),!. h. 511.K.. i Held atul R. \V. Wllliamit, employee!! bond, for niiii.- months $"i0, fyr1 of lh� company, did not Hall from r.l.b'i, ' iShni'way on tho gteamer 1'rlncesi 1.....1 bond, Tor nine months $100.1 Sophia. To the list of those drown- loth month. $111 CO, j en and whoae names wore not ln the b 1;. ij' on- K.nns must appeal published list ure the following who !d,er~ While the pay of av.eie employees of the company: A. ne -addiei- is only $1.1" per day, p. Sangster, waiter on stfatio-r, Wblfo i�y naviiient syntem will plane I'orae; J. Howard, waiter 0:1 steamer  ylthln the renrh of j T'-nntia; Cleoorge Ilowird, (trenian 0.1 sl'-ainor, ('�aca; and il. Plumb, waft- lotli n-.oatli. !"" boraI. ill-- lii'b inoi tli'- 1'ith mr.ntli. for to ; rl-. Ihs forming a ranching company to go: Into the locality. I noon at 2 p.m. from the home of his parents on t!io �iuth side of the town. On Tnemlay afternoon at il p.m. the hoard of Health mot In tho council chamber, l)r. Ilamman presiding. Ar-raiiRenients were made for opening] up the temporary hospital an speedily UK possible, utwl also for securing all j [ tbo volunteer lervlce roouired to cotoe!' ,, Bu ,e -{ ft crop of wit!, tbe liifiuenw epidemic. ^'j ! Virginia leaf of nearly ten million', cliuiebes were rnn.uestnd lo co-operate | ,,lllnWa ,.�,(��, ...in ,...n --- About a million dollars worth of Rssox nnd Kent White Hurley tobac-i co wns bought on the first day of tho; fall tobacco market* at Leamington.' Dollars Health Health p/us Dollars The accumulation* of "a fortune to be spent by others is a poor! consolation when one realizes/ too late, that if he had played more and worked less, he would not have sacrificed his health for his dollars,* but would have had his dollars plus his health.! 7000 Western Canadians Spent Their Winter last year in the Pacific Northwest, recovering! their health, increasing their vitality, broadening their outlook on life, assimilating a spirit of cheerfulness through enjoying the temperate climate, wonderful scenery, golf, and motoring in British Columbia, Washington and Oregon.] Your Wife Needs a Vacation this winter; her health demands it.'" Jfrifr for a booklet on the Whole Pacific Northwntf'or'ont) on Golfitw, Mountaineering, AulomobUing, Yocht* 11117, or Pishing, lo Padtic Northwest TourUt Association, Office of Executive Secretary, Htr* bert Citthbert, 1017-1018 I. C. Smith BuiUme, Seattle. In looking after IhoRe In need of assistance. The aiedlcaJ health officer In idiHcuHxiiig tin. spread of the contag-} Ion emphasized its highly infectious 1 character and urged that all visiting from home to homo be cut out as far I a.-i possible, Mi'at everyone 011 the j Htrcol showing tho, least symptom of j liiu (lineage he Ment homo, (hat musks lu worn by all and that the, quarantine in; .'iiieUy observed. pounds which will sell for a total sum , around three million dollars. Sotnej forty buyer* were present on Uie opj enlnrr of the market and 32 cents per pound, barn run, was paid for good a tools, The, yield this year runs rather pver tho average, at about thlrtoon hundred poundB to the acre, nnd many growers realized up to |fi00 per ucro for'.their crops, IClevon farmers, .with a tfltal of 1!!3 acres of Hurley, sold Uiolr crops for approximately ?DO,0O0. ;