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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 23, 1915, Lethbridge, Alberta TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 23, 1915 T HE L E Tft BHI D G E I) A IL Y L L PAGE FIVE DnPRICFS CREAM BAKING POWDER Sixty Yoars tho Standard Adds to the healthfillness of the food CONTAINS NO ALUM Made in Canada GOP'NEMLY IN IK OF i GUARDS MUST ENLIST. NOW Ottawa, Out., Nov. Sam JJiighes intimated tonight Mien are at present doing guard duty in Canada must either enlist or give up their duties to returned soldiers Trvlio have been incapacitated. "Men who are doing guard duty are going forward or going he declared. Foppiies Canada Will Export Bus. of Wheat Ccncva, Nov. is reported unoflUiiiiHy In difiimtches from La Huclic, Austria, that Ihc fortifications of Goriziu have almost destroy- ed by the Italian.artillery. Home, Nov. a bombard-. of Austrian positions in the i Italian artillery cou- tinuts, according to the official fitade-J menfc issund yesterday at the head-1 quarters 01 the general stall. A suc- cessful attack has bngun nqr.thwe.st of Oslava anil Italian infantry oMaiuwl a firm footing on yart of the sum- mit of Monte Sail -Vliehelc. WAR LOAN 1 aa DOMINION OF CANADA ISSUE.OF MATURING 1st DEC., 1925 1 ig REPAYABLE AT PAR AT OTTAWA, HALIFAX, ST. JOHN, CHARLOTTETOWN, MONTREAL, TORONTO, WINNIPEG, H REGINA, CALGARY, VICTORIA. S INTEREST PAYABLE JUNE. 1st DECEMBER. H ISSUE PRICE 97; CITY DISTRICT Cowley Favors Union The vote ou riuirch 'union In llio j Prctibytoriaii church at Cowley onj Sunday, resulted in 71 votes for the union, and two against. John A. Dead j John A. Lewis, a former clerk in the Dominion Land Office In Lethbrldge, died last Tuesday in Ttegina. He leaven a jvidow, one EUII mid1 one daughter. A FULL HALF-YEAR'S INTEREST WILL BE PAID ON 1st JUNE, 1916. THE PROCEEDS OF THE LOAN WILL BE USED FOR WAR PURPOSES ONLY. In the event of future'issues (other than issues made abroad) being made by the Government, for the purpo; rying on the war, bonds of this issue will be accepted at the issue price, 97-j, plus accrued interest, as the equiv; as carry: of jcash for the purpose of subscriptions to such issues. of Ottawa" Nov. to an official estimate of the wheat yield in Canada this year, "out of a total of bushels there will be an exportable surplus of bus. The average loss'in cleaning and al- lowance cent- for grain not of merchant able estimated at bushels. The total amount retained fur seeding next Pyramid Pile Treatment TJsed At Home and Saved a Vast Number from the Horror of Operation. Eon't permit n diinfrerous operation Kyffi1 rT'TrXnSt0 c'.n'V'rSJ. bushels. you in the privacy of. your own hornet I The amount required for looil aver- aging per head, is esti- mated at The quantit" oi wheat anil wheat flour estimated'as available, for ci- port is hushcls in excess of the previous high.record of 1913- M and represents-nearly fiS per.cent, of the to'tal production of 19151 Cattle in Good Shape Pal Hums, Alberta's cattlo king, on a visit to the city, Saturday, i and also visited his cattle ranges south of the city. He Biiys the cattle i are in fine shape, and he expects u t __ good winter. He was a at the j SSj Alexandra. Are In Calgary Privates Waller and Sargeant, Iwd returned soldiers, who enlisted at JiCthhridge, have reuchcd Calgary, and -Forget POM. No caso can bo called hopeless un- less Pyramid Pile Treatment has been tried 'nndrhua failed. Let tars by the from people who. believed their cases hopeless am In our lllon. They fairly breathe thu joy of the writers. 'Test Pyramid Pllo Treatment your- self. Either get a from your druggist or mall the cou- pon' below right for a perfectly free trial. FREE SAMPLE COUPON PYRAMID DRUG COMPANY. 628 Marshall, Mich Kindly -send mo ft Proe sample of wrapper Street City PROMINENT ACTOR IS WAR HERO year's crop, .say acres at it understood are'In the convales- 1.75 _ bushels per acre, is placed at which lias been cs- tab'iished there. The men are well- Ktiown in Lethhridge. It is understood that Sarseaut is very ill, as the result or his wounds and tho journey home. GompersRe-elected San Francisco, -.Nov. Gompers; was re-elected president of the American-Federation of Labor at the cohcliidiiig session of the annual convention hplii here tonight, pi 'three, one was an- nounced, -as that ot Atiolph Germer, a socialist, oi Collmsville, 111., that-official record be made of his vote., against Gomnera. Baltimore was selected as the, scene of the 36th annual-convention 6! the federation, which will take place npAt ear. Buf falo, Fort" Worth, Texas, Provi- dence, R. T., the honfir; other aspirants to SINGLE ME'N BARRED FROM CITY SERVICE Vancouver, Nov. 20.-r-Though no official announcement haa yet been issued, it-is stated that at a meeting London, Nov. the. list'of p. committee of'the city council in the London Gazette of men.decorat- ed Tor -braver the .front, appears the name of Captain Robert Lor- raine, the actor, wlio join- ed the Royal Flying corps at tho out- break of the war. He was awarded a military cross for attacking: and bring- ing down a German1 albatross biplane. yesterday, when the chiefs of the fire and were called in for consultation, -it was proposed to dispense with the sen ices of all single men.employees of the.city. ,.The pro- posal is that all the moral suasion pos. sible shall be allied to induce these men to enlist.-- Once Teacher at Raymond A Harriston, Oat. dispatch says: "Ai'ter a few days' illness the death took place here of Miss Aland Sin- clair, Ihird daughter of Mr. and -Mrs. Archibald Sinclair. Miss -Sinclair, who was born in Normanby, has' had a wide'experience and successful career as Q teacher. In the Palinerston Con- tinuation school, and for a time as as- sistant at Nevr Westminster, B.C., al- so as principal of schools at the fol- lowing places: Keeler, -Saskv; Ray- mond, AHa.; 'Port Hammond, I1.C. Pierce's Corners, eastern Ontario, and at the time of her death Johnston school, Howick township. THE MINISTER OF FINANCE offers here- with on behalf of the Gbvernment the above named Bonds for subscription at 97i payable as per cent on application, 3rd January, 1916, 1st February, 1916, 1st March, 1916, 1st April, 1916, 1st May, 1916. 10 20" 20 20 20 Staff-Captain'a Visitor Staff-Captain Peacock of the Salva tion Army, Winnipeg, will conduct a salvation meeting in the S Fiftli street, this evening. The Staff- Captain is the Young People's, secre- tary for western Canada. A meeting! has 'been arranged to take place -at the early hour of 7 p.m.. 50 that tho smaller children may attend. All are J welcome to come to this the senior meeting the band will bo in attendance in full force to do its part for the interest of all concerned. This being the Staff-Captain's first visit to Lethbridge great interest has been manifested by those who. do not know him. The Home League, which is in conr nection with the Corps, are having a- sale on Saturday, December 4. Where the sale is to take place will be an- nounced later. One-tenth of the in- j come is for the Patriotic Fund. j The instalments rna3'be paid in full 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 any instalment when due Will 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. V Forms of application may be obtained from any branch 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. In case of partial allotments the surplus deposit will be applied towards payment of the amount 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 Jn full arid 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 anci 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 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 with 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 will be exempt from any income in pursuance of legislation enacted by the Parliament of Canada. .The bonds with coupons will be issued in denomin- atiofts 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 John, Charlottetown, Montreal, Toronto; Winnipeg, Regina, Calgary or Victoria. The books of the loan will be kept at the Depart- ment of Finance, Ottawa. Recognized bond and stock brokers will be allowed a commission of one-quarter of one per cent on allotnients .made in respect of applications their stamc. S Subscription Lists will close on or before 30th November, 1915. S Finance Department, Ottawa, 22nd November, 1915. j-g S Dominion War Loan Every Man's Duty to Subscribe At this moment it is incumbent upon every whether of large or small subscribe to the New War Loan. By lending your money country- you directly contri- bute to the shortening of the war, to victory for the Empire and to lasting peace. Apart from your patriotic duty the loan is extremely attrac- tive from an investment standpoint. Your Security is the Credit of the Dominion of Canada Telegraph us at our expense the amount of your subscription and we will place it promptly.. Prospectuses and application forms will be mailed upon request. Prompt Action is Doubly Valuable Act To-Day Wood, Gundy A Company C4HMU Bnlldlnrf Sask. C.P.H. B.IMI.rf Tnrnpln. Onf. 14 Coraklll. E.C. londoi, V.ft. British Prisoners at Wtitenburg are Treated the conditions in the 'camp had un- questionably. improved greatly in the last few months, thai lasi. year, when an epidemic of spotted typhus ex- isted, the camji conditions had been mdescribabH bail. Thci sail that they- then implored the German au- thontieb to put Hie BriUsirioldieis in barracks by themselves, as this The British presi I as onh. wav to prcvcnt an out- ot break of the which had been Uie camp by the Rus- London, Nov 21 bureau has published the reports James Gerard, the American am- I brougnt lo bassadoi to Germany, and members slanSL icquest was refused on the lanL iques wa n ot the embassy stafi In Berlin, tola- I ground that the British should learn tive to :the condition of British pris- oners pi war in the camp at Witten- bufg, Prussia. Sir Edward Grey, the. British sec- retary of state for foreign affairs, has informed. that he has. read with great concern this re- nng to know theit Allies better because of this-fifty Britisn mihtarj prisoners and nine civilians died of the disease: Impression Unfavorable "My''impression of the camp as a whole was distinctly unfavorable The forwarded on Nov. 8, a report i personal visit to the camp. Report The following extracts arc taken from Ambassador Gerard's, report: "I regret to state that after a careful examination :pf the camp and long conversations with the prison- ers, my impression is even more un- favorable than I had' been led to ex- pect. "Upon my arrival at the camp I was not received hy the general who acts as commandant, but bv a major "There are over in the camp, of whom 278 arc British Among these I found only sixteen overcoats. The men, on the whole, are insufficiently clothed. "The men toll! mo. that, one of tho British medical officers 'in the camp was-recently struck by a German non-commissioned officer and this fact irovedfto be true. Dogs "Many prisoners complain that dop icre brought In by German soldiers at night and that In certain casrsj, wards bringing about organiza- tion among the prisoners themselves which would mutually benetit them anil the authorities. The attitude to- wards the British prisoners seems to he based 6n suspicion. They have no opportunities for playing games or for cibrcisc except walking. RUSSIA ARMING MICLIONS OF MEN London, Copenhagen Correspondent of tile Morning "rost sends the following' "Russia intends to place millions of additional field, accord- ing to notification by Premier Gore- mykin'.tn the Russian. :m'easy says: a private: -dispatch from Petrograd. The premier intimated the necessity of re- doubled exertions by the nation to provide the needful enulpment and prisoners hail had (heir clothes torn by these ilogs. I asked the authorities whether, they considered dogs neces- sary for the piespuatioii oi order, bajing tnat at no other camps had I VCPII does used for this purpose, anil they informed me that they consider- ed It- absolutely newssarji anil that were needed to protect the C5er- an soldiers oix duty F was shown inlt a of these whirlv wore of the usual police tjpc1 yrisoacu uUoruied me tbal' GILLETT'S LYE THE CANADIAN BANK OF COMMERCE DOMINION OF CANADA WAR LOAN Five per coitt. Bonds, mutnrnig MniMeim Twenty-five: issue prioe, and half.' will be received at any of the brandies of the Bank. Lethbridge Branch R: T. Brymner, Mgi MONEY GOES FOR GUNS Ottawa, Ont., Nov. all thp money subscribed for machine: guns will spent for that purpose, was the assertion made this. morning liy. Sir Sam Hughes, minister of Militia. "Over one thousand guns were older- ed last said the minister, "on the strength of these subscrip- tions, I he delivery of the guns is ab'- out to commence, and In a short Mine we expect to get a considerable num- ber for distribution." The foregoing statement made by the minister apoarently means that the money actually subscribed by Ca- nadians for machine guns will be spent for that purpose. Premier Bordeit staled some' time ago that the government.fwould pa> for the machine guns. It is thought here that the government mav at R later date set aside a sum the amount spent on 'machine guns or the Patriotic and other lunds. OFFICERS MUST REPORT- All officers or (he active militia ft ho are not already ed in mil- itia service, either with mllltfa mil or expeditionary am to'ieuort ai'utilof lo U'ict Officer Commanding, ''Military District No Calgary, Alta, once: Name in rank; post office address, if they are readv f to serve with troops recruited and' billetted during tue coming winter, and ready to go erseas if required Three big plants arc working night and day at Sarnia manufacturing shells. ;