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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 21, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE EIGHT TIIK umiimincB DAILY IIEIULD. TUESDAY, OCTOBER 21. Is Guarantee Offered N For the Victory Loan 1919 Figures Showing the National Wealth and Income of Canada as Estimated by the Director of the Dominion Bureau of Statistics. ________ 0---------------------------------------r- The present value ol tbe Xalional wealth and income of Canada, which Is tbe guarantee offered lo subscribers lo the Victory Loan is Tots enormous total is given In an estimate made by Dr. 11. IT. CpalE, director ol Ihe Dominion Bureau oi StatUtlcs, as fellows: Estimated Present Value A'pricul lands Impleruenls Livestock (Tola) :nvcMed ol bui'.J- Sngs and plants working capital) Railways Street railways Canalr.............. Shipping............ Telegraphs FORTY DEAD IN MINE DISASTER PENKAXC-E. Oct. 21.--A disaster in ihB Levant mice at Si, Jtisi, Cornwall, to- 35.MO.OOQ STARTS FOR AUSfRALlA. Canadian Securities in High Re- in World's Markets _ the scares of tbe Canadian Pacific Hallway, Is Ihe most widely known. siocfc In Ihe ID ordinary times were traded la on every slock exchange. All couuiries knew "Canpacs." s Canadian securities wore known in every country, particularly In wealthy countries wlib. considerable money jo invest. the Ensl investor Government aud Municipal bonds, bonds of cur best Industries and railways were preference. French people seemed lo prefer secur- ities of a more speculative character such as industrial stocks. Consider- LONDON, Oct. Cant. George JIalthevu, a former sailor, turned aviator, set off (roni tlie suburb of Hounslow today for an airplane fllghl to Australia lu im effort to win tho prUe of offered by the commonwealth goveru- meat for the felt. Tlie slarl was uisde at 11.11 a.m. v A Telephones' 'Heal estalo anc! Bu'Jdtojs In cities and towns (based on assessments of HO localities Clothing, furniture and personal effect SOO.OC'MM .Coin and bullion held by Specie in banks .Value or token currency Imported merchandise In siore Current Agriculture Fishing......... Forestry........ Mining.......... Manufactures SJ.MO.OOO 250.WO.OOO 1.621.02S.050 l.i.OOD.Ma vill chtck" that dandruff vand stop hair coming out. ugly U.R.LEG1SLAII Declares Government, in Taking Over the Road, Adopting Best Course OTTAYO. Oct. some minor government bills had been dealt with in Ihe commons lodur, the dtbate on the second-reading of the Grand Trunk Wll proceeded -with. In- terest WRS at low ebb in tbe allernoon nnrt at the evening sitting difficulty was eiperienced in. maintaining -a quorum in tbe house, because 6t tbe interest ol members in the Gaisrlc elecliouB- ACter Mr. Turgeoa had concluded his speech in opposition to the bill, commenced on Friday evening', lha house listened with enthusiasm to "Hon. Mr, Crerar, of agri- culture. Crferar ixpressEd ibe riew that the eovernment, in proposing lo late orer Ibe road, was adopting the best course, in view ot the very diificuR situation. He pronounced hlmsell as being absolutely in laror of public ownership ot railways. Crerar made tbe suggestion that a permanent committee of the house Fbould be named lo consider reports rom the Caaadlan National Railways TStem. Opposition to goTErnrafint ownership, was voiced by P. F." CaEgrain, .who nainiained.that it resulted in Increased GEL oC operation and s mlnimunL eer- -ice to Lhe pabllc- Jlr. DEjlin farfned that ths ques- Jbn was not "one so much "ol public ownership as ot crippling the linances o[ Uia country. vpurinE the even'.ng; jEUtlog there few members in Ih'e bouse. Most of them were In.Ihe corridors eagerly lollowiDE the bullelinB on the Ontario election results, discussing their'prob- able outcome, S able of the slock In the largest Can- adian gold aiiue is held iu France. Before the war shut down the stream of Investment money (rom ncross Ihe -water It was estimated, .in figures glrer. by Sir Georgo Palst, that Great Uritaln hail sent lo Canada 1ST4 Iho United Spates has been tho aclivo tu Canadian iaTestmer.t acnrrtlng to a compilation recently niido OM has been invested here tu Ameri- can branch factories alone. Investors in outside countries have always shown great readiness to snap up offerings ol Canadian securities. GUlett's Lye has long regarded a hold necessity because of the fact that ft Is useful in so many ways, and so satisfactory In every respect that no woman feels that she can keep house without it. Makes the finest kind of soap for washing and cleansing. One can of Gillett's Lye will make tan pounds of good soap in twenty minutes. Many of its uses are i shown In booklet under the label. LYE EATS DIRT" And. It conditions wcro normal Cana- dians would not now be able to secure Yiclory Bonds nt Ihelr high yield for outside investors would offer prices lhat would bring down (ho Interest rciurm FORCING BULGAflS TO f RETIRE IN THRACE enthus- iasm has aroused In CreeTi Mace- donia by" the appearance ot allied forres, whlcJi are wOTlog lalo en a lorn Thrace {o police after tba retirement ot Bulearfaa troops. Thou- sands of Thraciaii refugees are Ing to their homes thalr lonj exile during the war. To atop railing hair and lid the scalp particle of dand- ruff, get- a small bottle of "DaLder- 1 Jue" at any drug or loiWt counter'for a few cenls, pojr a little in your hand and nib It Into the scalp. After sever- nl applications the hair usual stops romlng oul and'you can't find any dandruff- Scon every hair CD your Kcalp sheVs new life, Tigor, briglit thickness and more If you In the market for horn HAY on no accpurvt calling or writing to ui for Qual- ity, and Prices, Immediate snip-' money in your pocket. Re- "Vnember money iaved Is monty' Phonr 156J, A Grain Co., next door to ,TeTe- grih office. Government free freight arranged, Free Press Crop Keport Shows 1J BusJ Average WINNIPEG, Oct. annual report'of the Free Press on crop con- ditions today states that threshing la ?5 per cent, completed in the three prairie provinces and the damage from sprouting, due to damp, warm weath- is apparently very Email.; The largest individual reported" (rom any district is.30 per cent, but the great majority of reports declared there was little sprouting and at the worst meant only the loss of one grade. points la-Manitoba reporl j average yield of probably 17 hush- els lo the acre. Reports chewan and Alberta do not Indicate any material change In the estimated yield as giren in the last report, hut the Albsrta returns do not Include Ii- gores from Peace tthsrs government baa estimated high yields. Antoner Gagne, aged 15, from Tre ford is held on a charge of, shooting his Atme, Fecfceau, a farmer, and will be tried before the court of AthabaBCa. I The Dread of Fire The British Canadian Trust Co. .-EXECUTORS 315 FIFTH STREET S. LETHBHIDOE, ALBERTA COCKSHUTT MANURE SPREADER It is tie simplest macbfrJe nearly eo many parts as othcra. H'is a. thorough pulverizer and spreader. Ib Is not, BO ntgh to Lbe top of the box. aa other spreaders, yet Iheni 10 much. BIKLCC 'rinaeniealh. {The box Is well aupporlerf, and Is built with a solid bottom. Direct chain drlre, no pears or olulches to cause trouble, Drlre and conveyor chain a are extra and will stand, a lot of hard work. Easily no. trouble at all lo oil the bearings, not spread- the machinery In not running. A. SMEATON Aginl for C6ckshult Implenienlf. lit Avel.iie Soulh Phor.e 65) Means-ti YOU would be surprised to learn, how many people know about the relation 'pur.. prosperity bears tothe problems of shipping. '_ With the exception of our purely1 domestic. trade and that with our the every dollar's worth of goods we produce must; cross the seas, exports are largely v of our wealth as a nation.' Submarine loBsea. have placed a heavy premium on ships, so that vv6 cannot rely on foreign vessels- to 'carry 'our ,goods> but must build and MAN our own mercantile fleet. Aboye all, we must see that CANADIAN seamen are available to man Canadian vessels es they become ready for our export service.-' A Patriotic Duty An Economic Necessity The v.wk of training Canadian boys for the sea is carried on by the Boys' Naval Brigades; Funds are absolutely imperative if the work is to be carried on and extended at this critical period. 'The appeal to theyatriotic spirit is strong to give our lads a chance. _ v Help by giving liberally. Then help by putting the another. The Nelson Day Campaign is going to be a, great success and it will be of the loyal co-operation of public-spirited citizens like yourself. ._- What, YOU do to-day counts much for Canada's future your ownl Assist generously. r- -Alms ol LEAGUE OF CANADA To emfihashc Canada's .offrortunillea and respon- iltttitiea on the sto. To raise funds far thi rillif of our merchant seamen, injured in Ihi war, anil for of than mere To maintain tailors' homes In our forti. To. train ie men for our m'trchant shilis bs the orfanltatitil of Baft' Naval BriiMn. P.lm K R.H. THB PRINCB OF WALES DAnJnlon Prcsldut COMMODORE JAKVtj Cdhadians CAMPAIGN COMMITTEE FOR THE PROVINCE OF ALBERTA PRESIDENT, P. DURNS SECRETARV, J. A. IRVINE HEADQUARTERS, CALOABY, ALBERTA r ;