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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - November 22, 1915, Lethbridge, Alberta �j^at&ffW&rCourxtry Need CIRCLE tory ai-e the reports' iconVftOm Serbia that it is dtt--I ito realise' just what the sltua-' In that; country. The tact has sUbllsited that the Bulgarian has. carried the'invaders "'into Moaast&and Prelipe, which bave been forced to aban-jaat 'What the Allied troops rare - 1 - - i la at present little activity on restSVn^front.' " '1 QCftMANY \ .,j^cr> * ' uare,two or three ^QCOIKWBiC' facts � con-situation in; "''fir morVtban ~m is'in Serbia, the war de^' ^^erWVBcandinarian was{o�*rfd 8760c for a ton of i. ThVprice ta the British mar-r;abo1it' 1225. Two invalid trav-i'^from Oennany were deprived Jhbt-watar bottles and air-si_ on'their, arrival at" the- front-tor 0Mjf sake of the rubber cov-l the price of robber in Ger-vrlng'risen to ,17.50 a pound. J^ai^TVBp^fW cane to a ofj^eastBe'i^ee^he" fcgro i� A'it .^erkkeeatto'n'lo^i1 ti dof fifend iwky hU best men'tand hi* best officers? Or send away those' whose goin'f would .weaken the i&t^Asi^i^ gilding up? Usually, perhaps, his sense of duty led him" to cemiprohrtse. by .sending some of .his ^^^^^l^^gM^;; foaa*. It :-�s)� vekitnt ti;pjrtx*ith.', Nor. can>thoje >&no are' spending" long; months - in buhding. up a battalion, and who know that it will major, of the 84th battalion,.Braniford.fhasac-cepted the post of vcohunander and organizer of the Brant County Battalion. ��� . . . . '.;,>'.' Bookworm is a Verv .common and" widespread disease in British Hondur-as; and probably is the'ehici eauseior the gradual extermination of the .Indians in that country. Mr. A. B. Blake-Forster,' who Jelt Toronto with' the first 'contingent in the Q. O. R. as. Sergt.-Major, -was promoted to Lieutenant for gallantry. "  . 'for oversea serrlce jM^^te^ia^B^^sind-that ^atuiions ^^�.rsir ^onK^ieing snnt abroad , as ^ffiafrsnlsatlons when ready p|; TftS^^S^^al^iwh announced "on a Msvtaas^ oepastoa,' but not sd-hered/to;'* D^ajai^ tor aufflclent with the Toronto Ur la'^v^^^icoms^ through^ nut all the 'WtaUoss now that tt �'�i^A'the"^lnlsUr of Mii. Uiairvla^pl^ha ,,of, hpttsi^'aevertk^ew'how- Mason & Risch Pianos ^"t"" FROM FACTORY TO HOME >��:�� Twenty Branch Stores HEAD'OFFICE AND FACTORIES, TORONTO A Mason & Risch Piano . "The Piano with a Soul" Is a Ohrifstiiia* gift beyond all compare It is rich in tone, durable in construction,; enviable in histoi-j'. Nothing else approaches it in value, and sentiment as a.Christmas gift. It will speak' in" tones of immeasurable eloquence of your generosity, and will continue to so speak through the years. And it is pleasant to know that this splendid gift can he secured on . terms of payment to suit your reasouuble convenience.   . MASON & RISCH LIMITED 405 FIFTH STREET SOUTH, LETHBRIDQE' THE MINI8TBR/OP FINANCE offers herewith on behalf of the government the above named Bonds for aubscriptlooal 97i payable as follows,-  10 per cent On applicsfion, ?h " " S3rd January, 1916, 20 " *\ lit February, 1916, 20, " Mat March, 1916, 20 " "1st April; 1916, ' v iiSt^.certifioates payable to bearer will be issued, ah^er�llota^trm: exchange for the provisional receipts.' Whensthe scrip ""certificates have been paid in full and payment endorsed thereon by the bank receiving the money,-they maV 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,will be paid by cheque, which will be remitted by post. Interest on bondi wi$h coupons will be paid on surrender of cbupdtuii : 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 with coupons, payable to bearer or registered, without payment bfany fee, arid 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 will be exempt from taxes-^-including any; income tax-imposed in pursuance of legislation enacted by the Parliament of Canada. ^ The bonds with coupons will be issued in denominations.of $100, $500* $1,000. Fully registered-bonds without; couports will be issued in denomihations of $1,000; $5,000 Or any authorised multiple, of $5,000. Application will be made in due course for the listing of the issue on the Montreal anil Toronto Stock -Exclianges...... Tne 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 be kept at the Depart-ment of Finance,. Ottawa. ., ; Rec^gmseditK^nd and stock brokers willbeallpwedftv commission of one�quarter of one per cent on allotments made in respect of applications which bear their stamp/ i  - - v - -^:r SutMicription Lists will close on or before 30th November, 1915. 4 * ..... ... .... ... . . v.'"'..; --v. - ^ .. � ;';;.'��.'����' . . :>�..:�� ..: Finance Department; Ottawa, 22nd November, 1915. "V IHHiilllWi�^^ Miss Rose Hammond, eldest daughter ot Geo. K. Hammond, of Hay Creek, near Maple Creek, was killed' by the accidental discharge .of a'rifle. . ' - "T � � . Official notice was received vester-day at Collingwood oi the death-'Of Sergeant Robert Gilpin, of the 48th Highlanders, son of cx-Mayor Robett Oilpin, who was killed in action in France on'November 4. The Toronto Board oi Control' -refused to give a contract for a china-: ney cf 'the new incinerator > to th*' Canadian Custodies Co. because the head; of the concern, Conrad Worner, is a German. . ; Many of the tourists whom the American Government forwarded money to, to help them out of Europe after the. war broke out, gave .fictitious names, preventing Uncle Sam from collecting. Dr. S. T. Schoneld, M. A., Kingston, a Queen's graduate aad latelv with.the Canadian Geological survey, has been, appointed professor oi geol-. ogy.and mineralogy in the Vancouver, B. C, university. Lieut.-Col. George D. Fearman,-the-present commanding off.cer o! the; 13th Royal Regiment has been oiler-, ed and accepted the command of the new overseas'battalion to ;be recrjaitr ed and mobilized in Hamilton. :r - Ptc. Wythe, of Miniota, Man., who went away with the first draft from" the 45th-battalion last May; has been awarded, the Distinguished Conduct Medal for. conspicuous bravery during the engagement at Messincs on October, 8. Command of the Ninatv-N'inth bat^ talion,which is being recruited' ex7 elusjvely oi Essex county men, has been oMereu to Lieut.-CoL T. Bi Welch, of Windsor, now on the' xtAD of the first division oi the first Canadian contingent in France. t C. Ji. N'eillj assistant general manager of the Royal flank is the winnet of the ten thousand dollar pearl necklace raffled for at iivc dollars a ticfc et for the benefit of the Montreal maternity hospital and presented for that- purpose by B, C. Randolph, -a Mew York stock broker with a Montreal office. Capt. W. E. Seaborn will he second in command of. the new overseas regiment being raised in Moose Jaw by Lt.-Col. Pawlett, Knox church, Godericli, gave a'majority of 450 against church union. Ridgetown Presbyterians also voted against. � -.. -. Dr. R. J. C. Stevens, of Olds, soa of Sir Chas. Stevens, of Bath, Eng.i will go to the front with'.the'lloyal Army Medical-Corps. �' ,i , . j i JJ|,,.)llilWWWWg- Dominion War Loan Every Man's Duty t o Subscribe At this moment it is incumbent upon every one-whether of large or small means-to subscri^6 to the New War Loan. By lending your money to yoj|^ country you directly cohtri-. bute to the shortening of .tiie^War> to victory tor the Empire and to lasting peace. ;f:,%- Apart from your patriotic iduty the loan is extremely attrac- ^ tiye from an investments stand point. Your Security is the Credit of the Dominion of Canada Telegraph us at our expense,the;ajnount pf you'r.subscri and vve will place it promptly^ Prospectuses and'applic forms will be mailed upott request. prion lcatibii Prompt Action is Doubly Valuable ActTo-Day - ; � * ~ �/">' 'r ~ i... ..... - -.'-V':.- . V Wood, Gundy & Company Saskatoon, Sask.' C.V.*. B��di�� lor onto. Oat. 14 CarafeiU, E.C : f^oadeai �a^. ;