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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 24, 1915, Lethbridge, Alberta >AGE i Aetblmbje Deralb Hlberta DAILY AND WEEKLY. Subscription Ratei: delivered, per year..... Dally, by mail, per year...... Weekly, by per year..... '-'M TELEPHONES: Business Oflice Editorial Ofllco W. A. Buchanan John Torrance Managing Dlreclor Business Manager THE 'P.AILY HftttALD WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 24, 1915 Your King and Country Need You Riglit No-.v ROUND THE CIRCLE OF -THE WAR Latest reports from tJreece ludlcate that the situation as regards the at- titude ol tbat country towards the Al- lies is most satisfactory. The liri'.ish Foreign Office denies that a blockade of'Greece lias actually been establish- ed, and all reports intimate that the i'AHies need have III) fear of treachery from tile Greeks if the A Wed armies now in Serbia are forced back onto Greek territory. The news from Serbia is also im- proved. The Allies are betterin.s their position, and the Serb victory reported in previous dispatches ap- pears to have been important. In Russia the Germans before Riga have heeu driven back by the Rus- sians. On the west from British ar- tillery is active. statements have come through of the new offensive of. the Allies at Galliyoli. but no details axe siveu. .malarious, for people who live ivgu- lar lives aild take reasonable precau- tions, the climate is not ouly healthy but pleasant. Tllo British troops suf- fered when firsi stationed in the is- lauil. Excellent summer quarters were, however, found in the hills, nud, owing to enforcement of various sanitary measures, the death-rain of the island is nearly as low that of any European country. The cupitirt is .Nicosia I the centre of the island, with R population of about the other principal towns are Larnaca, Umas- sol, I'nmnsnstii. Kyrenia and I'apiio. Britain agreed to pay the Sultan Turkey- a sum 'ultimately fixed nt (as excess of revenue) and for state lands, besides a large quantity of salt: but these sums were not actually paid over, bat were ro- tained as part payment for losses in connection with the Turkish guaran- teed ioan -x BICKEDUPIN FOR THE. BUSY MAN 11. Scott, u Uassaao farmer, John Lucas eil, Alta.. was Mrs Lewis llinscliftc. a.scd 67 ilropiiMl draii i" a-Stratfonl slure. j has thrcr sons enlistril tor the! war. Hraniioril iu'.s scfuntl Iht' old otllcc buildiiii; for use as a fity liall atlvr the war. The ivas John about 25 j vc-rs, was shot and Killed by a stray biilirt .at Fortst about ten! iniltsjrom I'etitcodlac, S. H. The. las[ of original settlers in lln Pii-lu iI'm.-> Cnitiph tovni-l ship p u III tilt pcison ot t Johii laiiliaw, in his KSth year. at present school trns i 1 fe inn president ol the Uhena Feit iruion ol I "inol m !e a nididite 101 toninissioner in Oil i Nearlr all letters recently received i in liran'tferd from boys at the rront 'have contained a statement that the i writers expect to be home lor Christ- mas. _ Dr Stanley Haviland JIarlin. ly associated" with Dr. Grenfell's Lab- i rador miision, has heen designated medical missionary of Orillia Presby- terian churcli to Korea. Hon. 0. Howard Ferguson, of On-; tario, suggests a plan to. send port- i able bouses from Canada to France (or folk were ilriven from their homes by the Huns. i 5T WAR LOAN DOMINION OF CANADA ISSUE OF 5% BONDS MATURING 1st DEC., 1925 REPAYABLE AT PAR AT OTTAWA, HALIFAX, ST. JOHN, CHARLQTTETOWN, MONTREAL, TORONTO, WINNIPEG, REGINA, CALGARY, VICTORIA: INTEREST PAYABLE HALF-YEARLY-lst 1st DECEMBER. ISSUE PRICE 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 purpose of carrying'on the war, bonds of this issue will be accepted at the issue price, 97i, plus accrued interest, as.thc equivalent of cash "for the purpose of subscriptions to such issues. BOTHERS CAN 'DO LIKEWISE The editor of Uie Athabasca N during z recent visit to Edmonton, r paid a visit to a home on. the South 'Side, where.a Yorkshireman. anil his ;wife Lave given a signal demonstra- tion of what with, industry and intel- ligence be accomplished on :i stiall piece of ground. So signal has their success -been in the face of ad- verse circumstances tbat he thinks it worth-a two-e-QJumri article. The husband was a boiler-maker in the Old Country, -when lie heard the call, at Canada nine years ing to Edmonton w ith pracncilh nothing, got a b> doing laundry -work, and at last were able to bur an acre and a "Hard of land in Highland Parfe, for which they, paid in instalments, it being now a; sessed at Inside of three year? bv the growing: of vegetables alone, (hey figure that, apart from any change in the lalue ot the land are ahead, and have had a good Ining m the meanwhile Lact 15.000 head of celery -were thia -vear the tomatoe- arc aid to be ahead of snything that British Ccium- bla has to show What these good people done Is oaen to other comments the Edmonton Journal, for It that no newcomers ever started Tfitli afoantagea out side their and brave epirita. j KING VICTOR EMMANUEL. i Whose 4Sth birthday iiast was the subject of patriotic de- monstrations throughout Italy. The M at the Quirinal ,and thanked the iieo- ..MOTS oi Chicago, tliej IANUES- 4benefactor of Vineland, Ont., leit m Thursday as a trust iumi to maintain the. library and school property at: Vineland ftlie rest of lus es-i late goes to his family. A number of individual cases oi re- fusal to work, on tlie part of prison- ers of war -In internment camps have been reported. They are not compell- ed to work ajui when they do so are j given an allowance per (toy. Immigration reports state that! 55 there is a noticeable increase in the zzz number oi people who are leaving i Canada at going via Cape- i Vincent, to take up resilience in the. 'United Stales. E. Armstrong, M. P., icr East j ss oil of to AN HISTORIC POSSESSION Cyprus, the third largest island in i the Mediterranean, -which Great tain oifered to Greece on condition! that the lattei went to the aid of her j hard pressed neighbor, Serbia, has, j since 1200 B C belonged successively j to most of the dominant powers- in the eastern Mediterranean. Cyprus still forms part of the Ottoman empire; by virtue of a treaty be- tween England and the Porte, dated (June 4, 1878, -the government is ad- ministered by- England for so long .a time as Batoum and Kars may he 1 lept by Russia The inhabitants of Cyprus have been granted a political franchise, man paying direct j taxes having a The government I Is administered, under tlie Colonial (Off'ice, fey a high commissioner, as- by a legislative council, com- posed flf eighteen members, six be- i 1 ing official and twelve elected. The j island is divided into three electoral districts, each returning one Moham- medan and three Christian members. 'For. administrative and legal purposes it is divided into districts. In each district the executive government ia represented by a commissioner, andj each JIM a cfttirt of Jaw presided over by ah judge, who is assisted by two uative judges, one being a Christian atfi! the other a Mohamme- dan. 'There is also a supreme court once celebrated for ita COUMP which tvero Corked bi tne Phoenicians and Romans, indeed, foe -word Vcopper" derived from the nato6 of A JtttlR is still mined. Gypsum Or plaster of-parls ja manufactured ?nd 'evponed. Salt is 1 SEAL BRAND COFFEE Irresistible! In H> 1 2 Pound cans- also Fine Ground for Percolators. CHASE SANBORN, MONTREAL; Lambton, and Capt. ,1. Merrison, Sarnia, bavc Jliuistcr j that they are prepared I muster from Lambtou county a squadron of moimted me.u. I i Vuu. Ingliam.. Trenton, ealisted in i i the SOth. Battalion, and plared his i 'motor car, free of charge, at the dis- j pcsai of the .oiiicers ot the 1.5tb and Regiments recruiting' depot in I Hellevilie. P. C. George Thompson, of Berlin, ivas fined S20 anil bis resignation was i i accepted by the police commission, j I He took out an automobile from P. 1 K. Weber's barn and, with two com- Ipanions, went to Blmira on a joy 'ride while supposedly oh duty. The. Hank of Montreal subscribed P, 650, (100 -to Canada's war loan the Hoval Bant, .Merchants '.Bank, The Union Bank. the Bank Qf British North America. the Montreal City ,ind District Savings Banks, the Molson's Bank, 000 the Bank of Hochelaea, 000 the Northern Crown Bank, and the Banque Provincial, the "Union-Life, the Sun Life, the Mon- arcb Life, ?35.000 the Ogilvie Mill- ling Canadian Order of Foresters, S300.000 the Banque Na- tionale, THE MINISTER OF FINANCE offers here- with on behalf .bf'-ith'e Government the above nair.fd Bonds at 97i payable as 10 per cent on application, 7V 3rd January, 1916. r' 20" 1st February, 1916, 20" 1st. March, 1916, 20 1st April, 1916, 20 1st May, 1916. The instalments may, 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 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. 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. lii case of partial allotments .the surplus deposit will bjitipplied 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 in full and payment endorsed thereon by the bank receiving the they may be exchanged for bonds with coupons attached, payable to bearer or registered as to principal, or for fully registered bonds without coupons. bonds will be Delivery of scrip certificates of 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- 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 trie 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, Oharlottetown, Montreal, Toronto, Winnipeg, Regina', Calgary or Victoria. The books of the loan will be kept at ths Depart- ment of Finance, Ottawa. and stock brokers will be altov.'ed a commission of one-quarter per cent prTallotments made iii respect of applications which bear their stamp. Subscription. Lists will close on or'before 30th November, 1915. Finance Department, Ottawa, 22nd November, 1915. _ LABOR y.SJI8HTSTO Edmonton Favors [a Hydro System Edmonton, .Mta.. Nov. agreement between the city and the! members of the church, armed with at .tlie church this morning by I Jlemhers of the congregation of the a. howling mob of. about two Chnrsh-or Our Lafly of_Mmmt Carmel iicciue the trustees' of bavins lied tu f ho 4u1y aVfe also produced e of Cypma has bten nn- riiough some tfarls are Mason Risch Pianos FROM FACTORY TO HOME Twenty Branch Stores HEAD OFFICE AND FACTORIES, TORONTO An Ideal Christmas Gift! A Mason Risch Player-Piano IT IS an Weal gill, because each and every member cf_ the family. derives real jwrsona! pleasure and benefit from It. ALL can play it without any previous knowledge; or Music, and thus participate in one. of the keenest forms of human'enjoyment: The fascination of personally producing music. You could not -buy a BETTER 1'Iayer-Hano no matter what price you art- willing to pay than the .Mason K Kisch, and It comes to you from Factory to Home on a plan .which makes buying com- fortable and payini; easy. MASON RISCH LIMITED STREET SOUTH, LETHBRIDGE Sail Francisco, Nov. t-nliti in the I uro jean conflict as practised In tne I m ed States Vvas approved by the American federation of Labor In convention here today-, by the adoption, of a resolution recom- mended by. the committee on Intorna jtional relations. The resolution u radii the rn! oi j tbe fjnited States to "hip munition', j to the and explained that jit was impossible to distinguish be j tween munitions of the or- dlmn aiticles of commerce The commi tee s rui on. led alien lion to the efforts made bv a> I tion, "We want Falher Havone back: Edmonton .Power Co., whereby the no otbg.; will' were nailed latter, tlie. exclusive privilege tOtto botlr the' churclr "rectory. suppli ludio electi-ic iiower to the city for ears, was today by tiie el-c'ors of the The vote stood I-oi 5M2T, giving] .malorlty of i'MS, or SO per cent, ma-1 ]ont> ihe city, according to thn i agreement must at first lakft-u ruin-, ilnmm of k.w.h per year nc I the prict) 13 cents per k.w.h. Frozn I this the minimum increases and. the price decreases "to S-10 cents per k.iv. h. as the lowest price. Tho Etlnionlon Power Co. will buKil in immense d ml sixty miles .up i'ne Saskatchewan river, and contract to spend Sb 000 000 hi addition to an el- pet 1 ott's I'lnnl sion pficrsickness trj ivher., ScoitS is pure intdiriiial fyucl, v ithoui dm, REMOVAL OF PRIEST CREATES DISTURBANCE PoiiKlikcopsle, N.Y., Nor. removal of the Uev. Nicola Pavono fruTN the pastorale, of thu Cliurcli o. Om Ladyot-Mount Carmcl. tlio.Ital- ian Homan Catholic cUurch' In this oitj, tnrn fan oongvogallon into factions, and crcaloil a coiiillt on which given prnmiso of devoloplng serious riots. I The. HOY.- t'aWan who waa 'sent, to Ihia city to snceocil tiro Rnv. is., i'avoni> ;