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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - October 28, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE RIGHT - - - * THE LETIIBRIDGE DAILY I�SIULD JjATURD^Y, OCTOBER 26, 19i,S . BOVRILISE your Cookery That's tlic secret of keeping well in War time. Every time voii put a spoonful of Bovril into a dish you arc adding enormously to the nourishing value. You are ensuring the health of everyone in the home. The body-building powers of Bovril have been proved by independent scientific experiments to be actually lo to 20 times the amount of Bovril taken. GROWTH EXtoRT, DUE iTO THE WAR FREE LOVE IN- RUSSIA May CffoDse Mates and Men Must Accept. London. Oct. 25.-Russian maidens der the jurisdiciion o? certain pro-.-iona! Bojsheviki Soviets become tlte optvly of the state v>-lien tliey reach | plains years ot" age and are compelled gister at Ja government bureau to of ec love, 'acoordiug to the official .zetle ot the Vlailivimir soviet and JrKers and soldiers deputies, which ccntly published that sovief.s decree 1 the subject. Under the decree a woman. l!.iviug gistered. has the right to choose-( noug men of 15 and 50 a coliabitant, tsband. The consent of the- man (osen is not necessary, the decree-Ids, the man having no right to a lie a p.-oiest. riages bc^^orae the property ot the state. Stringent rules and penalties are laid down for the girls ot less than IS. The decree further states that it has been upon the excellent example of similar decrees already issued at^ luga Kolpln and other places. .\ similar project of provisional in connection with the social- ization of women in the city of Khvel-insk and vicinity has been published in the Gazette of the workers and soldiers deputies of that cit.v. RAISE $30,100 AT OUTLAY OF $2.50 Chicago. Oct, 31. - JE.xhibitiou tnataies in aid of the Red Cross under the auspices of the 'Westeni Golf association, have netted ?30S.775 this ^_______ sepson. according to President Charles A similar privilege ot choosing from | f-^Thornp.son nong the registered women is given' ery man between 19 and 50 without G consent of the women. This provision is described as in the teresl of the state. The ppportunfties for choosing hus-inds and wives is to be presented at :e end*t>t.eaeh month, the decree ated.- Children born of such mar- President Thompson .said S2 games had been played ;ind that the expense had been confined to a minimum, only travelling and hotel bills being deducted from the gross receipts. A tnatch at Lake Shore Country Club here some lime ago. which netted SoO. IDO. cost the Red Cross fund onlv ?2.50. ^ SELLING OUR CHEESE TO FEED JOHN BULL It is often said that there is no sen-! wanted Overseas for the armies and timent in business. We advise our;'the civilian poputation. The 1�17 fig-farmers to produce more and more, iires are:  Foot but business must have a;.,.niore substantial basis than sentiment. Here is an industry that finds sentiment profitable. Last year the cheese-makers were advised to' increase production. They had. after supplying the needs ot the people at home, no less a quantity than 174,000,000 pounds of cheese available for export. .Great Britain wanted that cheese, both for her armies and the civiiiun population, but was not in a position to pay cash tor it. Ot course, the Canadian cheese-maTvors needed the money, and while iliey. no doubt, would have been willing to trust John Bull to settle in good time, many bf them were not in such a position fiuaucially. Advanced the Cash to John Bull The situation that came to the Do-miuiou Government was this: Groat Britain must have Canadian cheese- ail that we have to send out of the country-but our farmers must have the money to enable them to carry on and do business next year. It was decided to pay the whole bill out ot the proceeds ot the Victory Loan, and to carry the account on the books against John Bull till such time as he is able to" straighten oub.his affairs. The ITi.OOCOCHt pounds of Canadian cheese was paid for tlirough advances by the Finance Department of the Canadian Government, and no less a sum than ?40,000.0U0 was charged up against the buyer. That was good business for everybody, but the main thing to remember is that it would not have been possible but for the success of the la.?i;^ictory Loan. TWs year it is the purpose of .ilie governmeiit, not only to finance the cheese exports, but those of eggs, butter and condensed milk as well. Prodigious quantities of these are Butter...... .........$2,000,407 Eggs................$2.27L299 Condensed Milk........$4.!15fi.04S Need $50,000,000 to Finance Dairy Farmers It will thus" be seen that the advances to cover the export of cheese, butter, eggs and condensed milk will come in the neighborhood of ?50,000.-000 and this will have to be provided out ot tho proceeds of tlie coming Victory Loiin. The effect of this will be lo give n spur to Ihn iWe-stock industry of the country on which so much dopcnds. Since (ho outbreak of tho war the Dairy ftrunclt of the Pepnrl-inoiit of Agriculture hua expended .$100,000,000 for the piu'chase of hay, oal.s und flour for tho lirlliah government on money advanced by tho Fin-Dopartmonl. This includes 40I,-000 tons ot hay valued at 000.000, onls to the value of $14,000,000 and about 12,000,000 bags of flour, it might also bo inentionod that tho Dairy Branch is supplying hay to the United States Government for military camps, over ?2,000.000 liaving been .lonl the line to date. Bulldlna up Big Export Trade These figures show the extent of the operation of the liranch and how importiint It i.s that l.ho tundst ni'e ntj liniid when Iho farmers make delivin-y. If It wore not for tho Viclnry Loan it would have been InipoBSiblo to fiuM^nco .some of those transactions. But (here Is also tho important feature th;it sure markets for our produce riro being found abroad and wo are hulldln/^% per annum. _ i ' This Loan is authorized under Act of the Parliament of Canada, and botli principal and interest arc a charge upon the Consolidated Revenue Fund. Tho The -Amount of tin's issue is 9300,000,000. e.\cluslvc of the amount'(if anv) paid for by the surrender of bonds of previous i Payment of Interest A full lialf year's interest at the ratfepf 5^% per annym will be paid May Isl, 1919. Form ot Bond and Delivery Subscribers must indicate on their application the form of bond and the dcndminaliions required, and the .securities .so indicated will be delivered by the bank upon payment of the .subscription in full. ; Bearer bonds of this issue v.-ill be available for delivery at the time of application to subscribers desirous of making payment in full. Bonds registered as to principal onlv, or fully registered as to principal and interest, will be delivered to sn' " ' ' ' in full, as soon as the retpiircd registration can be made. Payment of all instalments must be made at the bank originally named by the subscriber. Non-negotiable receipts will be furnislied to all subscribers who desire to pay by instalments, at subscriber's bank for bonds oh any instalment date when subscription is paid in full. Form of Bonds Interchangeable Subject to tlic payment of 25 cents for each new bond'ied, Iiolders of fully registered bond;i without, coupon;-, will h.ive the right to convert into bonds with coupons and holders of bonds With coupons will have the right to convert into fully registered bonds without cditpons, at any time, on application to the Minister of Fin^nce.or any .Assistant Receiver General. . Forms of application may be obtained from any Ofticial Canvasser, from any~Victory Loan' Committee, or !iicn7bnr thereof, or from any~15�incU in Canada of any Chartered Bank. / Snbacription Lists -will cloge on or before November 16th, 1918 DerAHTMENT OF Fl.VANCE, ' Ottawa, October 28th, 1918. subscribers making payment These receipts will be exchangeable BipMnd the Ciun the Man - Behind the Man the Dollar Make Your Dollars Fight the Hun ;