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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 25, 1916, Lethbridge, Alberta SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 25, 1916 THE LUTHBRinr.K DAILY HERALD PAW. NINES LA PLAZA L TO MOST Some Tobacconist, will try to sell yon other Cigar.. WHY? Simply because there is less profit to them on "LA PLAZA" oxjaiNATCO ar S. DAVIS SONS, Limited, MONTREAL. ACTORS BEST OFFICERS Opinion of British Military Experts on New" Officer Recruits Which profession supplies the best ofritMiri? for tlie army? This (tuestion put to a British drill sergeant who has had experience In all officers' train- lion. They lire never aliy or self- lug corps produced a sivift and em- conscious, and they Impress the men ptiatlc answer, with their personality. Give mo an "Actors make tlio best lie I educated actor and I will recommend declared positively. "First ot all you a good ameer. they know how to give the word of command, a very important coniddera- inako II.o beet non- com miss ion ed officers, business niei Christmas without music new and music be would it The Columbia December Record list is a revelation of what Columbia art accomplishes in holiday entertainment. CHRISTMAS RECORDS Oh I Come All Ye Ftithful Hark) the Herald Ancell Sin? Oh I Holy Night. Star of Bethlehem The Toy Parade The Dolly Dances Christmas Bells Christmas Melodies Clever Fairy Story Recitations Dashing dance airs (or holiday merriment Hipolito Lazaro Tenor, nines 'two r'wt Irom and Leon Rothicr Mctropclitfea VMto, delivers the MarttlloS' Air. Graham Man America's foremost Bwitone. sings the "Stein Song" and 1 Brown October Ale." Weber and Fields initniubln pair, in two jcrcsmingly'funny vaudeville iketchei. Lucy Gates American Soprt.no Frima-DonRa, delights with two joyous bird-airs. PaSla Casals Crwitest of 'CelliiU, plays two masterpieces by Haytlit and Bach. Al Jalson The mnrt popular blackface Comedian, tmft a typical joliun hit. Then there is an array of song-successes, with "Love Me at. the hit of "Step This great dance records Tschaikowsky's 1813 played band of H. M. Grenadier Guards; foVir orchestral overtures; records fcy Creatore's Band; the "Scheherazade" suite in the Ballet Rxisse seriies; records in native Gaelic; first record- ings by the Musical Art Society of New York under the personal direc- tion of Frank Damrosch; trios, vocal and violin solos; marimba, accor- dion aud celesta novelties. A Columbia irtat waits you at your dealer's to-ddyt New Columbia on tale the 20th of every month COLUMBIA GRAFONOLAS and DOUBLE-DISC RECORDS ALLIN CO, Next Dallas Hotel The Drug-Book Store Phone 1487 Man of uood t'hjiruclcr and phy- sique are uocdoil ui, previous sua cx- porionco it. necessary. The rate of jiay iu tlio same as In Hie army and a cuiapluto free kit in provided. Can- dldaten attar ourolninnt lire furiilsli- etl with transportation to Halifax, X. S., and later tu unu ol" Ihc British N'uvtil Depots in Ki.nlund. Kurthnr particulars can liu ulilalnud by apply. iliK to at, flu; Naval KGcruiting Office, Victoria Muji.sioiis. Let hi) rid go. fcvo found rallinr TUey ara intelligent enough, hut they arc not what you may call adaptable." "Natural resource rather Uiuu trained intelligence on aetlvo service, and, whilo this faculty may ho possessed by men in all prof en- slons, it is rnori! often found among journallstn, barristers, ;uul, of course, engineers, whom I jjlacf; in. a class apart." Loan of 25 Millions Guaranteed ]Jy British Govt. for Purchase of Canadian Grain RHODES SCHOLAR TO BE SELECTED FOR ALBERTA The selection of a Rhodes scholar will be made by tin Aliterta com- ffnittee of selection aboui the last week of December and tlu- candidate selected will be eligible to enter Ox- ford at the list of October, 1917. The scholarship is tesmble for three years and is ot" the vjiMio of per amurn. Payment are made quarterly, the.first payment of being due at the liegimiini; of the Michaelmas, .term in October. Can- didates inu.st'be British subjects with at least five domicile in Can- ada, and unmarried. They must have passed their 'niuoteenth but not have passed their twenty-fifth birthday nn October 1st, '1917. They must have completed at least two in act- ual attendance at sonic recognized degree-granting .university. Candi- dates may elect whethm- they will apply for the scholarship of the province in which they have acquired any considerable part of their educa- tional qualifications or for that of tlie province in which they have their ordinary domicile or residence. In- formation concerning1 the documents to be submitted by an applicant may be obtained from the Secretary of the Alberta Committee. D. S. Kenzie, Department, of Education, 12dm on ton. New York, Xov. Torn Ex- change bank of New York announced today lliai il had made a Inau of ?UtV to tho Wheat Export company or Canada, guaranteed by thy British j govornment. The proceeds are to lie j used by the export company for the purchusfi of Canadian grain and tho iactiltuUng its exportation. Payment of the loan is to be rnado in Hie form of notus bearing 5 per rent, interest. notes are for no specific period, but will bo renewed, it was stated, .as conditions may nec- essitate. it hod been expected In financial circles horo that this financing would bn done by Canadian institutions. It was thought, however, that another loan of euual amount soon would be made i'or the fiame purpose by Cana- dian banks. It Is Company of Brokers Montreal, Nov. The Wheat Ktxport Company of Canada is said here to be composed of Now York and Canadian brokers, who previous' ly have acted as buyers of wheat for the British Kovernment, and who nrc thought to have combined tlieir op- erations. GS'aia 'brokers In Montreal state that the loan to the Wheat Export company will take tho place of tho suggested loan by Canadian banks. L. J. Baiter, manager of the Strat- ford branch of the Bank of Nova Scotia, has resigned to enlist. A case of much interest to farmeis of this district who grow large quanti- ties of potatoes has just been decided by Judge Crawford, who finds that a I Montreal commission linn is indebted j to W. Ciiiunnitsky of Liimont, Alberta, for for a carload of potatoes shipped by the farmer last summer. Two "Winners 'An Honest Grocer" "An Economical Your erocer is honest. ,He will not other flour Is "just as good" as "OGILVIE'S ROYAL HOUSE.. knows it is Canada's Best Flour. Your Great Grandmother used It Mother baked It Into iho delicious flaky pies and snowy white bread you so well Children will use it when they grow older. WHAT ARE YOU DOING? Give hubby once more the pies his mother used te make. DO IT TODAY. Order from your grocer a hag of ROYAL HOUSE- HOLD FLOUR and your baking day troubles are over. WESTERN MERCANTILE CO., SAM SADOWSKI, PROP. DISTRIBUTOR IN LETHBRIDGE Tlie commission firm refused pay- ment on tho ground the potatoes were not according to contract, anil that they were spoiled and unsaleable' when they reached Montreal. His Honor in giving judgment found that the potatoes spoiled enroute and found the plaintiff entitled to full pay- ment on the car. FURTHER ADVANCES FOR ALLIES At the EMPRESS- Salonika, via London, Nov. inroads upon the German-Bulgarian on tlie front, northeast of Monasttr tvere announced by the Serr- ian war office torlay. The cap- ture of the village of Rapelh was effected, while north of Suhudol within the bend of Cerna the Germans are da- clared to have isen defeat- ed and forced to flight. ENDORSES The Delta Copper Co. Limited Non-Personal Liability Edmonton investors showed their faith in Ihe Directory of the Delta Copper Company, by Ihe manner in which they'subscribed in full for the first shnre's. Calgary investors also showed theiif faith in the directors of the Delta Copper Co., Limited, by generously subscribing for stock. THE DELTA COPPER COMPANY, LIMITED, N.P.L., have decided to make an offering of an additional shares at 35c to the investors of Lcthbridgc. The mining property of the Delta Copper Company, Limited, comprises 2t claims, located on Hoche Debpule Moun- tain, on the main line of the Grand Trunk Pacific Railway, near Hazelton, B.C., one of tlie richest copper districts in the next to the well known Roche Dcboule Mine. There are five, copper carrying veins on the property. One vein huing easily traced for over feet, averaging from four lo six feel wide. Ore.'specimens taken from the surface of this vein and assayed by the University of Alberta Department of Industrial Laboratories, showed returns rtaging from to per toil. Consequently having the ore, and at the present price of Copper it is merely a question of securing the proper equipment to create the tonnage .necessary to pay dividends. IT HAS BEEN FIGURED CONSERVATIVELY THAT WILL SECURE THE NECESSARY EQUIPMENT ..TO PUT THE MINE ON A SHIPPING BASIS. To raise this amount of money in the shortest possible lime the Delta Copper Company, Limited, decided to place on the market shares of a par value of at the low price of 35c per share. As almost half of this amount has been subscribed for we would ask those inter- ested lo send in their subscriptions or make inquiries for further information at as early a date, as possible. No' subscriptions accepted for less than 100 shares, The Company has Opened an Office in Lethbridge where Ore, Maps and Reports -may be Seen THE ONLY COPPER MINING COMPANY OFFERING SHARES IN ALBERTA. THERE'S A REASON, INQUIRE ABOUT IT) SUBSCRIPTIONS RECEIVED BY DELTA COPPER CO. LIMITED COALDALE BLOCK, LETHBRIDGE Head Office: 703 tcglcr Block, Edmonton. Calgary Office: 209 Eighth Avenue OFFICERS AND PIRECTORS President: J. H. Millar, Contractor, Edmonton. Vicc-Presfacnt: W. H- Hargrcavc, Engineer, Edmonton. SecV-TrSSsK Colin Case, Merchant, Edmonlon. Managing Spencer; Contractor, Edmonton. Mine Manager: H. E. Clement, Engineer, Skeena Crossing, B.C.. -i- ;