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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - October 31, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta THE LETHBRIDGE 'DAILY TJSTIALD THi'RsnAY, nc/ronrcn mix Gold cSo&p m C-.^-s-===== Hold a cake of Geld Soap. You will feel how big and heavy it is. You will immediately notice that it is unusually long, that is proportionately thick, that it is very wide, and that it feels solid and substantial. You will realize at once that it is bigger than any other cake of laundry soap at the same price. You will realize tl.:.' i; is better even before you use it. Gold Soap is made -rt the Procter ranipn i were unsuwiltaltlu and coutlmiori bo today :. Np words could too strongly clinracfDri7.e the ll tile hvliuvs Mtllmill led to llioii) foi" ! the|r approval. imd wealthier civilians. KAISERIN FEARS REVOLT treatment of prisoners ,of war, Sir ! 00U1 doctors nnd nurses belli* Kuilty. George Cave, secretary forv home �f I Oormany should he made in pay Vor Pnrl�, Oct. 31.-The German empress Is very ill nnd weak, according to a Bertie dlipatch to the Petit Journal. It Is said she is haunted by the memory of the Russian revolution and Insists upon abdication of the emperor. \ /lie bylaw Rrantln:? certain eoncos-1siotis in the way of liiKliuiiy rii;li!- to J the Sav.n River Coal company was , carried by a vole of 'jr.'! to (!'.'.. I The bylaw leasing >;as wells frcim | the Canada Cement company wim car-'. lied by 2U\ to 7!>. The other bylaws curried as fol- low!;: HrldRf bylaw. 'JtiO for to . I iwtallist-; lltiildhiK bylaw, 'Jal for h 7:; against; extension of electric liitlit bylaw. '-Ml for to e-l against, GALDRAITH LOSES DEPOSIT Kilmnmon. (let. "!'. Witfi all poll? heard 1'r.nii J .1. liaelz. Liberal, supporter of Hie Si.-wart iru'vernuient. i-i'lected by a majority of ST'.i over I', \\ . tirflhraitli. t'iil'inlsi Independent, in I lie ltc-1 peer provincial riding. (I.'tl. lirailli Iih�.' his dcpovlt. SI PRESERVE BANK CLEARINGS GE :yn.t.�ty and says -; will he r.o wonder �',..> .>:i'irc world '' Mieve- "ihe Alls-: :;tn govern ::i.>n* wants to put'liase a i i; ;-;:\ e with a kie'.c at a dyinc (.ennan l'apcr> Want Kinship �">�":> '^�^'�y t.ertnan-Auvna no; peris:;. , I'li'-t-rvcd-Austrian Taper vii.- i--r..r.k?or: x-.-uiis *.*>� that a* Denounces Kaiser : ' .\�?tro-n:ia? recopnitimi _ ',,f the Cz-i'-Hi-Slovak- acd sou;!; Slav- Am-;' plum. >">.. ":'. t . ;>:-,!.. ;;\.\ \ '.V'w*^ r..' !ii:-ttier .istiificanc. lnr t-�..'a k . .-r'.alr. ->.-r. * r.i� f. . ' .ir:n^ *h,- -.'uh'.'.e:. ana C,.;,iu,:.v frvc ?o ,ic' :n ii,-;- oah ,:,:.-:'-: i:. eor.ne. ;!ei'., !!�:.� a;r ��;�� .mnaati"n = ;. tile r.e"v-;>a; .-r - of .1 imc-m.':;- :'e;-->'.n!nK :iie A'lsir.sr. c.. r:r...:n ht;r.riOr;,.i ��:' ..t all:*- -:i�1 � hairier, uore d'm'.s.v. ;.- '..in : r:' l:--: >:iniir.en :r. \".-;:':a 'YV.f HoiMi>n �-"s r.-i rurtti. .; .. i r i- ::i:p: n> nv/y tor >�'*'- .'.::d i'-'."re rrv.-:c,.'u V.'i;�on ii' - o"i":i Pr.-.ise for the Pr�;icri '"� .::.:i;-ir :r.- o:; i.i lerclori.'s r--:--tu.:: 1:1. ;;:>� M>s~r Zeitnns . .ww-! -!::� j.ul>'.i.- ut�n:;>i J.;-. "' t>r;:i.iu> a- unf.iv... '.*> \ :\' .i* i'ra'.i' ��. w ..."ch i' -ay� , ett.-air".  �� � *.. wie-u ;,.>�  iii':a>' was a: � R.i:v- : ; . i:.�;.�! .�' .-:n;t Itn: til-lr !)i,r>.�:f.  ' r *.;-:" .o.\i; t;'; h'.ann;:; Denounce Xs:s:r Ar.>-:i.T X'-::;:nc ;m pub'.i-ji a leadin->M!:*i�rt:�l vim.-ntly i!-n.i:i:;.-ir.; p,;:>le .: ta,- Ce-r:'.i:.n i.ui:-'-r. 'who p;v:'fereii  !.uiuii:;c:.iu 11111:.-'�� - iv.� . ' :' a,,nu'a;" '>"'ore 1'cir.K branded h> ':>'� wl.oie v.orid as the man wlcj can.-. 'if our all'..-- iiav,- -ni.n.. fullv l,rid:�- d hU uation's 'umiliation.' en ihe far.U.' .-uys th�- Tuises Xeituni:. _______ -we mu-t r.-mam tru- to ourseiv.- ' Oroeber. the Prussian'war mm V !;jv" ,h'- �"�-"� "taieiji,,,.,., af,er an interview with the em t't.1,!" .. 1 ;eror. has Acti vJ""' NOBLRPQRD BRANCH. . M. A^Si ic!B E'-Xi .';5*fV "For y morrow they ^ave their To-da3ry (Inscribed on a cross in Flanders) 1 And we wlio live in tranquillity amid all the comforts of peace and plenty, knowing little of sacrifice, nothing at all of fear of death or violence-are we worthy of the sacrifices those crosses in Flanders mutely remind us of? Are we doing our duty to our noble dead-those gallant, high-souled boys who interposed their bodies against the assault upon civilization by brutalized might? * Are we living, thinking and acting as people for whom great things are being done, tremendous sacrifices mad e ? Are we accepting in a proper spirit of humility the bloody sacrifices and the agonies of the battlefields; the sorrows and heart aches of Canadian mothers, wives and sisters whose loved ones lie beneath the poppies in Flanders ? Do we realize that we, each one of us, as individuals have a personal share and interest in the issue for which our boys fight, bleed and die in France. If* we do realize this, then our duty is clear-a duty to ourselves, our country, our glorious fighters, and our heroic dead-to help by every means in our power to bring Victory for our boys in battle, Buy Victory Bonds nd Help our Soldiers Win the War5 Issued by Canada's Victory Loan Committee ig cu-^ieration with the Minister of Financfe of the Dominion of Canada ;