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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 1, 1915, Lethbridge, Alberta WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 1, 1915 THE JUVirtBRIDCE DAILY HERALD PAGE FTVJ From Warehouse to your Table without the possibility of the deleno ensured by the now wrapping ill wliii'h BLUE is now ptifkcd ami The old had paoki'if filled the several draw- back. Everv lioitsewife knows them. Easily liable to puiieture anil custom made ilteui acceptable. The new "BLUE RIBBON" wrapper-is a perfect pack- ing for ton- Strong, clean, handy, dust-proof, imper- vious to moisture. In A PERFECT WRAPPING FOR A PERFECT TEA As before, a money-back guarantee goes with each packet. Ask your grocer. USEFULNESS vs. RICHES j cut, and said, he liopoS some day to Jefferson, who wrote the Dot'lara-1 Imve Si'O.uflO. which was "aH the tion of Independence, and added to his' iuum-y ;i man ought to country the great area west of the Mississippi, was redtscod to poverty in his old a2e. Lincoln, who saved the Union, had lie was elected presid- Agassiz, scientist, said: "I liave not time to set rich.' most of the UVCP. wno liave rendered tiie largest seryir-e to the world have Magazine. .Montreal, Nov. to (lie Canadian -war loaa, the itsts for which close today, should j total at accord-1 to estimates made in conservative i rirdes here, with tlie iiossibilitV that j the I'uuii figures may prove j to taiier. On the as- suiuiitton tbat the over -subscription will be considerable, a movement has berti started urging that the govern- inrnt consider the advisability ot in- creasini: the amount of the loan. It lias hinted several times that tlic government might avail itself oi the Wcess applications. This could hardly, be done in any arbitrary way. The prospectus named a definite amount and the objects could tc raised to allotments hased on figures other than those laid down in the own announcement. "Nothing But Leaves" Not Tea Leaves intermixed -with Dust. Dirt and Stems but all Virgin Leaves. "SALADA" has the reputation of being the cleanest, and most perfect tea sold. BLACK. GREEN OB MIXED. SEALED PACKETS ONLY. VIENNA FEELS THE PINCH OF WAR TWO NEW FRENCH- CANADIAN CORPS Ottawa, Out., Nov. new French-Canadian regiments are to .be weeks prices oi food Xurich, Xov. speculators, are hiding large ter sixteen months Vienna is begin- stores of provisions, so creating an ningt. realize, the effects of the war, which hitherto had left little to a which price ward mark oil the life of the Aus- nobody could buy more than u quur- triau But in the past few ter ot'a pound at" a stocks .....have advanced suddenlv came on, the market and mostly women uiid children, Tlic bak- eries open at 'sovcn and the "sold out" is generally put up before uiglit o'clock. Lute-comcis can KCtj .Many poor iicrsoiiK earn a couplo of cents buying flour for their neighbors who do not cure to stand for hours iti the streets these raid uutunm mornings. Shico the military authorities rt- quisitioneil all tho stocks of rubber tires in the country, and oven look away those actually in uso on the cars ot private owners, automobiles have almost disappeared fiom tho streets of Vienna.-Tite'ro ate no .more motov' cabs the few cars.'still seen are either occupied by army oineeo; or have some connection with 'the war. And there seems to be no end to the demands ami appeals for money for various charitable-and military objects. The Vienna Froiti Presse has started since the. war be- gfin, eotleetioiis for more than a hunr dred different funds and have .succeed- ed in raising over a million dollars, The largest individual benefaction is the Red' Cross lor which the Presse has collected Next comes the fund for blind soldiers, wliich fA receives The other objects for which the paper has made collec-j JX lions include one for furnishing arti- M. (icial limbs for the wouudcil soldiers FZJ GERMAN EXPANDING BULLETS ly "dismal. j Much' of the trouble is due to the j provisions, and coal are lying in the o m uiu: j t ken to find thc owners railway warehouses, and yards, cans- j whobwiu be rigorousiv prosecuted for ing a serious congestion, ine situa-1 conspirjng to raise the price of food. te council is .taking steps to use the Although the new flour is now in municipal street railway for bringing tho market the .supply m the retail goods to't'lie storekeepers in the city. bakeries is very limited. In the poor- Switch tracks are being laid to the er suburbs people gather around the mills and railway yards, at a cost of stores as early as three o'clock in sixty thousand dollars. the morning, and by six o'clock the Another cause of the present high -crowd will number anywhere from prices oi food is the manipulation oi five hundred to a thousand pet-sons, for the fiimilLs nt reservists called to and for the Austrian submarines. Altogether there arc no less than 150 different funds for some of which less than ten dollars have been subscribed. "I am ;i blacksmith, I contracted a sore finger, which led to blood-poisoning. After three muntlis of doctor- ing, the linger had to be cut off. It was too lajclj The poison had spread to my hand and arm. My band was opened and liie brme scraped. No use! Doctors said hand would have to be taken off. I refused, and use Zam-Uufc. I used u freely for a lew weeks. It subdued the blood-poisoniJiff and my band began to heat. By the time 1 had "used 7 boxes of1 Zam-Buk my hand was quite healed. link-surely saved my band, and I firmly believe it would have saved my finger too, had I used it at first." ROGERS MAKES NO COMMENT Ottawa, Out.. Nov. Rob- ert Rogers returned from the.'west today, but was .unaware of the transaction, except from what ho hud read on the way down. -Mr. Rogers declined to make any comment in re- gard to the matter. FORMER PREMIER OF FRANCE DIES Paris, Xov. .Marie Ferdin- and Sarrien, who served as premier in and who held portfolios in four cabinets by forming the cabinet which succeeded the Rouvler died suddenly today of cerebral hemor- rhage. Tlic above facts were sworn to by fc- Mr. John livnns. of 87 Lawrence f Halifax, iN.S.. before Supreme Court j Commissioner O'M earn. Xam-lluk cures wounds, ul- ccrs, eiveinii, abscesses, piles, cuts, cold soies, rashes, etc. bus all dru-fgisis and stores, or 2am1 But Co., Toronto, for price. WOMAN'S DEFENDER is Chicago, 111., Nov. SS.T-Olmrle's Pet x.el, a mail currier, who intercc'sler' when ho sav.- a man slap Mabel Can- was beaten and kicked to death "b> the man last night. -Miss Cany, am ten others who bad boen in a salooi together, were arrested. wlu was 31 years old, leaves wire am baby. A COUPLE of German base explosive bullets are here reproduced, having been extracted from a wounded man. The photographs were received George McL. Brown of London, .European Manager o( the Canadian Pacific Railway Compaq. The smaller photograph shows the actual size of the bullet, and the other an enlargement of same. BLOCK HOUSE OX THE SEBBO BULGAHIAX FRONTIER ill WAR LOAN DOMINION OF CANADA I ISSUE OF 5% BONDS MATURING 1st DEC., 1925 j -..............REPAYABLE AT PAR AT .....J.-- ji OTTA'A'A, HALIFAX, ST. JOttKri "CHARLOTTETOWN, TORONTO, WINNIPEG, -REGINA, CALGARY, VICTORIA. S M- V INTEREST JUNE, 1st 'DECEMBER. ISSUE PRICE S.. 'A1 FULL HALF-YEARJS INTEREST WILL BE PAID ON 1st JUNE, 1916. THE PROCEEDS OF; THE ..LOAN WILL BE USED FOR PURPOSES ONLY. In the event of future than issues made abroad) being made by the for the .purpose, of 55; carrying on the war, bonds of this issue will be accepted at the issue price, plus' accrued' interest, as the equivalent of .cash for the purpose of subscriptions to such issues. Tile Bulgarian frontier was lined with block: houses by the. Serbians for preliminary defence. Mado from Cream of tartar Dr.PRICE'S CREAM BANNS POWDER Sixty roan tho Standard CONTAINS NO ALUM Made in Canada ES1111E ALBERTA .Calgary, Nov. mil- lion bushels of wheat will he thresh- ed in Alberta to an estimate made by the Calgary llcralil. There lias hccn almost bushels threshed, and .'tlii! work is only half done. The yield is estimated-A3 twice as creat as lhat of the. best year in previous 1813. J. M. Cameron, o[ the C.P.K., es- limates that the wheat yield in the '.Mbcrta :livision will he bushels, but this division includes a small portion of eastern Saskatche- wan. The has already shipped from tlie Alberta division bushels of grain: The C, Nr. R. has shipped out ahmit bushels from Alberta and the 0. T. P. ahout a million. 'The..entire crr.p. roul.-l mean, at a priee of VK., tlie putting of ahout into circulation; THE MINISTER OF FINANCE offers here- with on behalf of the Government the-above named Bonds for subscription at 97s payable as 10 per cent on application, 7i Srd'January, 1916, 20 1st February, 1916, 20 lit March, I9f6, 20 1st April, 1916, 20 1st May, The instalments paid on and after the 3rd day 'of January, 1916, under discount at the rate of four per cent per annum. All payments are to be made to a chartered bank for the credit of the Minister of Finance. Failure to pay when due wjll render previous payments liable-to forfeiture and the allotment to cancellation. Applications, accompanied by a deposit of ten per cent of the amount subscribed, must be forwarded through the medium of a chartered bank. The bank .will issue a provisional receipt.. This loan is authorized under Act of the Parliament of Canada and both principal and interest will be a charge upon the Consolidated Revenue Fund. Forms of application may be obtained from any brands' of any chartered bank in Canada, and at the office of any Assistant Receiver General in Canada. Subscriptions must be for even hundreds of dollars. lr, case of partial allotments; the "surplus deposit will -inp'-kd towards payment of the arnount due on the January instalment. Scrip certificates payable to bearer will :be issued, after allotment, in exchange for the provisional receipts. -When the scrip certificates have been paid in full and payment endorsed thereon by the bank receiving the money, they may be exchanged for bonds with coupons attached, payable to bearer or registered as to principal, or for fully registered bonds without coupons. Delivery of scrip certificates' and of bonds will be made through the chartered banks. The interest ,on the fully registered bonds vvill be paid by cheque, which will be remitted by post. Interest on bonds with coupons will be paid on surrender of coupons. Both cheques and coupons will be payable free of exchange at any branch of any chartered bank in Canada: Holders of fully registered bonds without coupons will have the .right to convert into bonds witri coupons, payable to bearer or registered, without payment of any fee, and holders of bonds with coupons will have the right to convert, without fee, into fully registered bonds without coupons at any time on application in writing to the Minister of Finance. The issue wijlbe exempt from any income in pursuance of legislation enacted by the Parliament of Canada. The bonds with coupons will be issued in denomin- ations of Fully registered, bonds without coupons will .be issued in denominations "of or any authorized'multiple of Application will be made, in due .course for the listing of the issue on the Montreal and Toronto Stock Exchanges. The loan will be repaid at maturity at par at the office of the Minister of Finance and Receiver General at Ottawa, or at the office of the Assistant Receiver General at Halifax, St. John, Charlottetown, Montreal, Toronto, Winnipeg, Regina, Calgary or Victoria. The books of the loan will He kept at the Depart- ment of Finance, Ottawa. Recognized bond and stock brokers will be allowed a commission of one-guarter of one per cert on allotments made in respect of applications which bear their stamp. H ss Subscription Lists will close on or before 30th November, 1915. Finance Department, Ottawa, 22nd November, 1915. i ;