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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - November 5, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta TUE$I)AY, NOVEMBER 5, 19t8 THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY in3F;ALD PA8er Qiiebeo, Nov, 5.-There is so much � IHuosB at Port Alfred, near Chltmpus, , where large pulp and paper Itnllla Imve beijii operating day and night, th:i'. these plants have heen closed . lockjaw from whittling at his corns, but eitf thie out and make him try it.---^Adivertisement. Edmonton, Nov.: n.-rWhlle recruiting dogs inthe north country lor Use Siberian expeditions. Lieut. Harry J. Helliwell contracted, epidemic influenza and on liis'return to Bdmonton succumbed to the diabase. The tragic element in the oM^ was that Mrs. Helliwell who vas'niirtdng ^litgue patients died only a ,ffl\y hours before her husband and l)e wa^ kept in entire Ignorance of ,!)er death. Lieut. HBlliwell has been otntloned with the Army Service Corps In Oalgary, buti] was recently transf^jVeilil to Edmonton. London, Nov. B,-^(Reuters.)-*Sir G9orgo Cave, the home secretary, announced that the names of all enemy army corps commanders, or other persons who are known to have been guilty of, or have encouraged, cruelty I to war prisoners or have acquiesced I'ln actual cruelty by subordinates, would be included In the list of per-[sons whose trial and punishment i would be demanded by the allies. It I was considered Inadvisable at present to state the names of persons in the list. The government had been j requested tO' take ftU step? posalWe to bring to account the commander of Phillipos, who was (Jistinguished for his ill-treatment of Britj[Bb prisoners. RECORD OF RHOpiES SCHOLARS London, Nov. 5.-^(Canadian Press dispatch from IReiiter's)-Up to the present time 240 Rhodes laholara from the Dominions and/British cplonies have taken papt'in the war. Of these, 83 have gained honors and dlstlnct-l.ions and 46 have dl^dJn action. Give her In the independent experiments on human beings conducted by Professpr Thompson, of Dublin, at the request of a' G&vernment .Department, the Bodyr-building Power of Bovril was proved to be from lo to 20 times the amount taken. ENGINEER CORPS With the Canadian Fqrce.'j, Oct. 10- (By Mall from the Overseas .Correspondent of the Canadian Press)- Much of the success ot the operations of the Canadian corps opening on Friday, Sept. 27, was.vlue to the aplen-jlid work of our engineers: The engineering preparations for the Bour-lon Wood operations wera lAdertaken on Ave, days' notice and werei exceedingly difllcult owing to the nature of the ground. On the front over which the Canadian corps attacked, the way was barred by the Canal du Nord, 100 feet wide, with banks up to 15 fe^t in height, the water in many place's being over eight feet deep and with the river Agache, 15 feet wide and eight tost deep parallel close to the canal. .Canada' Food Board. Licence. No. 13-442. AVhen you think of laundiy work think of Gold Soap. It is not only the best soap for washing clothes, but it is the biggest cake of laundry soap you can buy for the money. Buy it^ you will see it is biggen' Try it, you wiU find it is better. j Cold Soajp it made in the ProeUr A Gambit Faetorim$ at Hamilton, Cmada \ The problem confronting the engineers in preparing for the attack involved the repair,ot roads demolished by shall fire; the'punhing forward of cross-country tracks for Infantry apd horse transport to the front line; the pushing forward of light tramways to the front line to facilitate the delivery ot aminunition, stores and supplies, the provision of engineer material of all sorts and the construction of new headquarters for battalions, brigades and divisions and dugout accommodation and shelters as quickly as they could be improvised, A difficult' question was the provision of water supply for the large number of horses, approximately 40,000 assembled in a very congested area. The problem was to get the Infantry and the guns over the canal in the face'of enemy barrage and to provide sufficient facilitierin the wdy of roads, bridges and tramways which would'en-snre the supply of ammunition for the guns being supported and the' supplies of etorea, munitions and rations for the large number of troops erigaged. As it was clear that the enemy's barrage would fall naturally on the canal and be trained there, the following were provided for: , Seven infantry fo'ot bridges of) an' unsinkable type; 10 crossingsfor guns and horse transports; five of -which had to be developed at once for heavy traffic even while the continuous stream of guns and amipunltlon wagons was pouring over thera. At l^aet 10 times, Canadian engineer officers in airplanes flying at a height of about, 500 feet traversed the length of the canal involved, reconholterlng for the best spots for tajik crossings, brldgfe sites and infantry crossings. Here Are The Results 'i ' Great was the preparation." Following .wore the results: ^ Before zero hpur 18/miles of com-municatloh Had been completed up to the front and s�Vei^ miles /oftramways had been compliated. On these tramways oyer 3,000 tons pf ammunition a day was beingr dellveried advanced dumps and g\in positions; The huge concentration othor|jes*wa8' provided with- the neoegsify wator supply. � '/�� After zero all crossings were put-through successfully in spite of heavy machine guit'Are. Tlie attack kicked-oft at 5.20 a.m. and the flfst ^uns crossed the ? ? ? ? ? 5; men, 124,46!!. iied fleers, ^Ottlcera, Cascarets' Won While You No headache, biliousnesSi;iip-set stomach or constiKpi tion tomorrow' " Spend 10 cents-feel grand! "Ponight take Cascarets to liven your HifWlRjaBd clean your bowels. Stop the hflwli|phes. bilious spells, sourne'ss, gasesvi^CHJted tongue, bad breath, salIown*f|4�nrt constipation-Take Cascare ta.;�M&en-joy the nicest, gentlest "inside ing" you ever experienced. W� feeling fine. Ca'scarets is best tic for children. Taste like ca disappointment! Thirty million of this harmless, :famon8 cathar sold each year .now.-^Advortis OFFICIAL PROSPECTUS The Proceeds ol t\Am L,oan -will be used for War pnrpoaes only, and will be spent wholly in Canada The Minister of Finanxe of the Dominion of Canada oflTers for Public Subscription the Victory Loan^ 1918 ^ 300,000,000. 5%% Gold Btiud^ Bearing interest from November Ist, 1918, and offered in two maturities, the choice of whicH.is optional with the subscriber as follows: 5 year Bonds due November 1st, 1923 , ' 15 year Bonds diie November 1st, 1933 �� Principal payable without charge at the Oflfice of the Minister of Finance and Receiver Gienerai atOtta*-a, of at the Office of the Assistant Receiver General at Halifax, St, John, Charlottetown, Montreal, Toronto,'Winnipeg, Regina, Calgary and Victoria.  Bonds may be registered 3S to principal or as to principal and interest, at any of the above-rnentiohed offices. % J., ' Interest payable, without charge, half-yearly, May Ist and November 1st, at' any branch in Canada of any Chartered Bank. Principal and Interest payable in Gold '} , ' Denominations: *50, 9100, 9590 and $1,000 Issue Price: 100 and Accrued Interest ' Income Retarn 5Vs% per Annani free from taxes-^including any income tax-Imposed In pursuance of leitltlatlon enacted by the Parliament of Canada. Th^proceeds of the Loan will be used for war purposes only, including the purchase of gr^ain, foodstuJSs, munitions and other supplleB, and will be spent wholly in Canad^. Payment to be made as follows; ^ j � \ * 10% on application; 20% January 6th, 1919; �- ; 1=. 20% December 6th, 1918; 20% February 6th, 1910; 31.16% March 6th, 1919. . . The last payment of 31.16% covers 30% balance of principal and 1.16% representing accrued inte'i'est at 5}-2% from November let i to due dates of the respective instalments. * . . A full half year's interest will be paid on May 1st, 1919, making the cost of the bonds 100 and interest. Substriptions may be paid in full at the time of application at 100 without interest; or on any inrtalment due date thereaftcr-togfther with accrued interest at the rate of 5^% per annum. ' , . . �  ;, or fully registered as to principal and interest, will be delivered to subscribers niaking payment- , in full, as soon as the required registration can be made. , Payment of all instalments must be made at the bank originally named by the subscriber. . Non-negotiable receipts will be furnished to all subscribers who desire to pay by instalments. These receipts will be exchangeable at subscriber's bank for bonds on any instalipent date when subscription is paid in full, � . Subjecttothcpaymentof 25 cents for each new bond issued, holders of fully registered bonds without coupons, will have the right to convert'into bonds with coupons and holders of bonds with Coupons will have the right to convert into luUy registered bonds without coupons, at any time, on application*to the Minister of Finance or any Assistant Receiver GeneraL � Forms of application may be obtained from any Official Canvasser, from any Victory Loan Committee, or member thereof, or fromi any branch in Canada of any Chartered Bank. ^ , ,. ^ Sttbacription I^iata lyill close on or before November 16th� 1918 ^ DErARTMENT op FINANCE, Ottawa, October 28th, 1918. Behind the Gun the Man - Behind the Man the Dolla^i I Make Your DoUaris ^ 29?63413 ;