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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 13, 1916, Lethbridge, Alberta WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 13, 1016. 71'IR LETHBRIDGR IHCKALD1 PAGE FIVE FELT LIKE A After Taking Only One Box Oi "Froit-a-tives" EAST SHIP HAHHODI, N. S. "It Is with great pleasure that I write to tell you of the wonderful benefits i havo received from taking "Fruit-u- For years, I was a dreadful sulTerer from Constipation and fiend- aches, and 1 was miserable in every way. Nothing In the way of uiedieiiies seemed to help mo. T.Jum I finally tried "Frult-a-tives" and the cil'cct was splendid. After taking one box, I feel like a new person, to have relief from those sickening Mas. MAUT11A DEWOLFE. 50e. n box, 6 for trial size, 25e. 'At all dealers or sent postpaid by rmib i-tives Limited, ilUawl. PHON5 1224 Mr. J: W. Oralj; 1ms returned from 11 two inoiHhs' Vancouver. MKILIIES Although orders have been given to I in the crack recruiting "quad icb has been doing so well here for ._j 113th Lelhbridge Highlanders, the od work is going to BO ahead. Capt. squith is leaving the Job in good ands for Fred W. Downer has cou- nted to act as recruiting agent for ethbrldge's Own until the battalion aves. There are fltlll a few places to 1, and 25 men would not come amiss, r. Downer will meet prospective re- mis in his ofilcc in the Victoria Man- ons. Following close upon the heels of scussion or the advisability of div- ing the State of Florida, comes a inilar agitation for a division of 'enuessee. The oxocully.0 of the Alexander Gait Chapter; 1. O. D. E. will meet tomor- iiw, iit the homo of Mrs, .'-Koplntiiifi. .The'meeting is a very important oho 'aha member Is urged to attend. W Mrs.' A. U. Cuming entertained last night in honor of her guest, Miss Cum- Ing of St. John, N. 13. Whist was play- ed at G tables and the prlaes were won by Miss Adeline Henderson and Mr. liiara, A dainty supper was served by the hostess shortly before mid- night. The regular meeting of the Women's Civic Club will bo held tomorrow at the home of Mrs. J. F. Simpson at 4 o'clock, the executive at 8.30. Owing to the furnace at the Y.M.C.A. being repaired It is too cold to hold tho meeting there. A full attendance Is requested, as there is a new scheme on hand for thu class at the Y.M.C.A. and also as arrangements are to be made for the Christmas shower for Lethbrldge men overseas. Members who have Royal Crown Soap wrap- pers are asked to bring them as the W. C. T. U. are making a collection of them this'.month, and not again till February; Mr. and Mrs. Young and little son, Schyler; of Ada, Ohio, are the guests oC Df, and -Mrs.'C.'P. P.' Cony- beare. Mr. Young is the Past Su- preme Chancellor of tlie Knights of Pythias and tho local lodBe are giving a reception in his honor tonight at 8.80 in the K. P. hall, to which every K. P. and his wife are invited. Mrs. A. B. Snow, who with her hus- band, Rev. A. E. Snow, lias lately ar- rived In the. city from Oxbow, Sask.; rocelvutl yesterday utturiioon and thin afternoon. Mrs. ,T. K, Murroll-Wrlght received both aiternooiiH with the hos- toHH. who greeted a largo number visitors. Tim Hitting room was very bright with bowls of asters, gliidlolf, snap-dragons and sweet pcaa. In tho dining room the tea lablo was decor- ated with iiuaiitltles oC marigolds and wan presided ovor yesterday uy Mrs. J. N. Ritchie mid today by Mm. G. R. Tinning. Assisting yesterday wore Miss Lucy Bawtlcn, Mlsa. Helena Simpson, MisM Dorothy Church and today Misu Blanche Gertrude Smith. MIsH Gwendoline Murrcll'Wrfght was a busy little door attendant. 3 A very pretty house wedding took place last night at nine o'clock at tho borne of the bride's parents, 1231' Cth avenue A. south, when Margaret Isa- bel, eldest daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Donald became the wife of Mr. James Edward Theobald, eldest son of Mr. and Mrs. James Theobald of Kenoslia, Wts. Ilov. Capt. Denoon performed tho ceremony in the pres- ence of relatives and intimate friends. Miss Ethel Alrd played Mendels- sohn's Wedding March as tho bridal party entered the drawing room. The bride, who was given away by her father, wore a most becoming gown of ivory iluchcsse satin, the bodice being prettily trimmed with ruffles of Georgette crepe and the skirt with true lovers' knots. Her embroidered veil was effectively caught to her .hair with orange blossoms. She wore the groom's gift, a handsome sunburst ot pearls, and carried a shower bouquet of white roses and maiden-hair fern. Miss Elizabeth Donald was her sis- ter's bridesmaid and wore pale pink satin with an overdress of champagne net embroidered with pink and blue flowers. She carried a sheaf of pale pink carnations and wore a pearl brooch, the gift of the groom. Mr. A. Bannerman supported the groom, who presented him with gold engraved cuff links. The groom's gift to the pianist was a pearl brouch. The house was prettily decorated with pink and white sweet peas and palms ami ferns. After the ceremony a buffet supper was served. The bride's mother wore a gown of blue satin with overdress of chenille and tinselled net. Mr. and Mrs. Theobald left this morning for Great Falls, the bride tra-' UNION MAD.Ej a veiling In a tailored suit of navy chit- fon broadcloth, the coat opening over a blouse of white Georgette crepe. lier lhat was black velvet with pink facing and trimmed with P. gold ornament. The bride and groom were the reci- pients of many handsome and costly presents. Upon their return to the city, Mr. and Mrs. Theobald will reside at 1312 Gth avenue south. SOLDIERS CANNOT VOTE London, Sept. among the British Columbia soldiers continues until Thurs- day. The soldiers al the front are now being polled, but it is suggested the vote will not bo very heavy owing to the fight- ing. Polling officers arc ex- pected back in England al the end of the week. Voting is also proceeding at the agpnt- general's oliice, London, at Bramshott and Shbrncliffe, con- valescent homes anil hospitals in outlying districts. lllinilli WAR LOAN DOMINION OF CANADA I Issue of 5% Bonds Maturing 1st October, 193.1. PAYABLE AT PAR AT OTTAWA, JOHN, CHARLOTTETOWN, MONTREAL, TORONTO, WINNIPEG, REGINA, CALGARY, VICTORIA. INTEREST PAYABLE HALF-YEARLY, 1st APRIL, 1st OCTOBER. PRINCIPAL AND INTEREST PAYABLE IN GOLD. ISSUE PRICE 971 A FULL HALF-YEAR'S INTEREST WILL BE PAID ON 1st APRIL, 1917. THE PROCEEDS pF THE LOAN WILL BE USED FOR WAR PURPOSES THE MINISTER offers'herewith, on behalf of the above named Bonds for subscription .at 97J, payable .....10 per'cent on application; 30 16th Octpber, t 30 15th November, 1916; 15th December, 1916 The total allotment of bonds of this issue will be limited t0 one hundred million dollars exclusive of the amount 'if any; paid for by the surrender of bonds as the equiva- lent of cash under thf> terms of the War Loan prospectus Of 22nd November, 1915 The instalments may be paid in full on the 16th diy Of October, 1916, or on any instalment due date thereoftei, under discount at the raje of four per cent per annum. All payments arc to be made to a chartered bank tor the cicdit of the Finance Failure to pay any instalment when due will previous payments liable to forfeiture and the allotment to cancellation accompanied by a deposit of ten per cent of the amount subscribed, must be forwarded through the medium of a chartered bank Any branch in Canada of any chartered bank will receive subscriptions, and issue provisional receipts This loan is authorised undei Act of the Parliament of Canadi, and both principal and interest will be a charge upon the Consolidated Revenue fund Forms of application may be obtained from any branch ln- Canada of any chartered bank and at the office of any Assistant Receiver General in Canada Subscriptions must be for even hundreds of dollars Tn cnse of partial allotments the surplus deposit will be applied towards payment of the amount due oft the October instalment. gcrlp non-negotiable or payable to bearer in accordance with the choice of the applicant for registered or bearer bonds, will be after allotment, in exchange for the provisional receipts. the scrip certificates have been paid in full and payment endorsed thereon by tho bank receiving the money tney may be exchanged for bonds, when prepared, with coupons attached, payable to bearer or registered as 53 to principal, or for fully registered bonds, when prepared, s: without coupons, in accordance with the application. Delivery of scrip certificates and of bonds will be made sg through the chartered banks; The issue will be exempt fiom taxes including' any income tax iniposed in pursuance of legislation enacted ss by the Parliament of Canada. 5J The bonds with coupons will be issued in denominations of S100, S500, Fully registered bonds without coupons will be issued in denominations of or any authorized multiple of The bonds will be paid at maturity at par at the office eg of the Minister of Finance and Receiver General at Ottawa, or at the office of the Assistant Receiver General at Halifax, St. John, Chai'lottelown, Montreal, Toronto, Winnipeg, Regina, Calgary, or Victoria i The interest on the fullj registered bonds will be 'paid by cheque, which will be remitted by post Interest on ss bonds with coupons will bjj paid on surrender of coupons. SB Both cheques and coupons will be payable fiee of exchange at any branch in Canada of any eharteied bank. Subject to the payment of twenty-five cents for each. new bond issued, holders of fully icgisteicd bonds without coupons will have the right to conveit into bonds of the denomination of with coupons, and holders of bonds with coupons will have the right to convert into fully registered bonds of authorized denominations without coupons at any time on application to the Minister of Finance. The books of the loan will be kept at the Department of Ottawa Application will" be made in due course for the listing of the issue on the Montreal and Toronto Stock Exchanges. Recognized bond and stock brokers will be allowed a commission of-one-quartei of one per cent on allotments made in 'respect of applications bearing their stamp, provided, however, that no commission w.ll be allowed in of the amount of any allotment paid for by the surrender of bonds issued under the War Loan prospectus of. 22nd November, 1915 No commission will be allowed in respect of applications on forms which have not been printcd by the King's, Punter TO .DIVIDE DIOCESE Montreal, Sept. is learned from good authority, in. religious cir- cles here that a petition will be sent at an early date to the Holy See by influentia.1 Catholics ot Ontario re- questing the division of the diocese of Ottawa. It is, understood that the plan in- volves the nomination' of an Irisl- bishop to the seat of the capital, and of a French-Canadian bishop with residence in Hull.1 The Ottawa University, and other institutions 01 the capital would then come under the direction of "the new Ottawa bishop. Edmonton's tax rate has been Used at 21 mills. Hopes Women Will Adopt This Habit 55 YOUR needs to make the home snug and cosy Tor the coming winter can be satisfactorily Tilled at the "Bay's" Housel'm-nisliing De- partment. Our stocks of window shades, curtain voiles, inai'quissettes, nets, muslins, art sateens, English and American Cretonnes. English revers- ible lineirdilute are fully complete and offer (he widest range and assortment ever shown in this .section. Also brass extension rods in all sizes and qualities. We are Showing a Handsome Range of RUGS Including high class Wilton and Axminsters Brussels and tapestry qualities. A splendid assort- ment of Printed Lin- oleums. Heavy Scotch qualities are in stock. All w ell seasoned. Also inlaid linoleums and floor oilcloths. Wallpapers! Are right up-to-the-minute in style, variety, color- ings and effects. Are cxtre inely varied and aiiord a pleasing selection. You have a decided advantage when buying; wall papers from us by being able to select rnss. curtains, draperies, etc., that will harmonize per- Combining with the above other reasons for your purchasing home needs from the'Bay'is because prices are none other than reasonable on all classes of merchandise. HUDSON'S BAY CO. B. C. Hottest Fight Draws to Finish Vancouver, Sept. will close the hottest political campaign ever waged in British Columbia. To- morrow will be election day for 70 per cent, of the voters. The remain- I ing 30 per cent, are soldiers and their I votes will not bo counted for a month. So the actual result of the election mav not be known until then. Sir diaries Hibbert Tupper will speak at meetings both in Vancouver and New Westminster this evening. The premier also is speaking at two pla- ces during the evening. Rival politi- cal gatherings will be held in adjoin- ing rooms at the Hotel Vancouver. As Well As Men Subscription Lists will close on or before 23rd September, 1916. DEPARTMENT or FRANCE, OTTAWA, September 12th, 1916. illl Glass of hot vvater each morn- g ing helps us look and feel j cisan, sweet, fresh. t Happy, bright, and good clwi: sMn; a nat- ural, rosy eurnplejdon and freedom from illness ore assured by clean, healthy blood. If only every woman and 'likewise every man could realize the wonders of. the morning inside bath, what a'gratifying change would take place. Instead of tho thousands of sickly anaemic-looking men, women and glris with pasty or muddy complex- ions; instead of the multitudes of "nervo wrecks" "brain fags" and pessimists .we should see a optimistic, throng, of rosy- cheeked people everywhere. An inside.bath is had by drinking each morning .before breakfast, a glass of real, hot water with a tea- spoonful of limestone phosphate in It to wash 'from the stomach, liver, kid- neys and ten yards of bowels the pre- vious day's indigestible waste, BOUt fermentations and joisons, thus cleansing, freshening the entire alimentary canal before putting more food into, the stomach. Those subject IP sick headache, bil- iousness, nasty breath, rheumatism, coWs; and particularly those who have a pallid, sallow complexion arid who are constipated very often, are urged to obtain a quarter pound of the drugstore which will cost but .a trifle but Ii sufficient to demonstrate the quick and remarkable change In both health and appearance awaiting those who practii-o Internal sanitation We must remember ,that inside cleanliness is more important than outside, be cause the skin does not absorb Im- purities to contaminate the blood, while the pores, in the thirty feet of bowels Advolrisbment. J t) Higmbotham fc, Co, Ltd. Drog- Eists, Ailu. WILL NOT HANDLE LIQUOR EVEN IN PRESCRIPTIONS Brantford, Sept. prohibi tion goes into effect in Ontario in a few days' time local druggists will sever all connection with the liquor trade. When prohibition was first mooted the idea was to have the druggists handle the liquor trade, but this was not taken to very kindly in most instances. Individually, Brant- ford druggists have been opposed to having such an undesirable trade foisted on to them. Collectively they have decided to refuse to handle it even in prescriptions. Windsor, Ont., will shortly he the centre of an effort to recruit negroes for military service. Montreal, Sept. announce- ments of amounts applied for in the i new Canadian sub: j j scription list for which opened today, I gave every indication that the offer-1 i ings would meet a generous and ready [response. Notable among the applica- tions made public during the day were from the companies, of New York, and J. K. Ross, of Montreal. Mr. Ross subscribed to the first Canadian domestic loan last au- tumn. Such subscriptions from insurance companies as were made known dur-1 ing the day were headed by that of the Great West Life of Winnipeg, which i subscribed and, the Stand- ard Mfe, which Application was made through the Dominion Securities corporation for by the North British and Mer- cantiie, and the Dominion Securities, corporation also received a subscription from the Royal Insurance, j Ogilvie Iflour Mills Co., Ltd applied I through the Bank of Montreal for a participation. It is generally known that the Sun Life Assurance proposes1 to enter a large application for the loan, but no definite amount has yet been fixed upon. The company subscribes 000 in the last domestic, issue. A SISTER AT CARD8TON Winnipeg, Sept. Robt 1 Brown, one of Winnipeg's old-timere, Idled Sunday afteinoon at the age ot '70 Mi Brown was for about 20 years iin tho city street commissioner's de- [pariiwnt 'atterly being foreman. He born Trafalgar county, Ontar- io', and settled in Barrie, Ont, before coming west. O.le of his slateri is Mrs. Falconer, of CardBton. .L My Enemy My Corn It's Utterly. Needless This to prove that every corn which and hurts U folly. l Lovers of dainty foot- wear are bound to start corns. But nobody to keep them. At the firet apply a Blue-jay plaster. That ends all pain. And U ends the coin. In two days it disappears. You know that paring never cures. You know that harsh applica- tions are wrong. Now you ihpuld know jay. It has ended 70 million corns. To world of men and women It bus brought perpetual frecdotrti that to yon. Blue-jay Ends'Corns i 15 15 Druggiiu Aha Blot Jan Ballon PlaUt" ;