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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 15, 1916, Lethbridge, Alberta RRPTEMREB THE LBTHBRIDGE DAILY PAtiETHKBB GDVMANS Filbert Nul Bar Fres'n plump filberts scattered generously throughout the finest and smoothest milk chocolate manufactured. Sold everywhere. Made in Canada. J POPE BOMBING BOWER'S OPTIMISM Vancouver, 'Sent. mier Dowser reached Victoria early today from 'Vancouver. Ho ulaiiB.lo rest a ilny or two nftor the stralii ot a strenuous V He expressed the v opluion iiiot on tno vote lie would overcome the nnmll lend which .Mr. Donnelly now enjoys. "I should think we might expect to get one more Con- v servaUvc liesldes myself In v Vancouver when the soldiers' vote Is Siid Mr. Dowser. ENEMY ADVANCES INTO .KUMANIA scaled and sent to Victoria, whore it remains until the 15th of next month before being opened, and the ballots counted. Csos anybody see any Joker 111 this process? .Rome, Sept. H.-f-In view of the re- rout aerial bombardments of Venice, I'ono Benedict lias renewed to Aua- trill-Hungary Ills recommendation that during tho war churches, monuments and art treasures be spared. This wish of tho popo will bo urged also uj "cr.slgnor Viilfrodl 1'onzo, a lale well acquainted with high Italian personages, who will soon go to Vi- enna us papal nuncjo. SALLOW SKIN is one of the greatest foes of womanly beauty. -It is quickly cleared by correcting the cause with the aid of the gently stimulating, sale and dependable BEECHAM'S PILLS Worth Box FROM: FKOST Spokane, Wash.; Sept. 14.-What ria's haiiuened to live lazy husbands.' as aiuen Spokane county officials have just propounded this question. Last year up to September 1st, 13li men -vycra convicted for failure to support their families. In the same period tlus year only seven such cases have com i January 1st, MIC, the state of Washington, along with Idaho and Oregon, entered the prohibition col- umn In the first eight months of me dry 'regime, the auditor ot Spokane county reports the county's business -ivas conducted for S54.9S7 less than during the first eight months of last year. To September 1st last year the operating expense was Ji Dur- ing the corresponding period this year the cost -was 541 3, 635. The bulk of the saving was made in the conduct o[ the Jail, prosecutor's office, superior court, indigent relict and sheriffs oince. 'MAY SUCCEED LATE JUSTICE CHARBONNEAU Ottawa, Sept. The. rumor is cur- rent in political circles at the Capital that the. appointment .ot Mr. J, il. Tellier former leader of the Oppos- ition in tho -Quebec House, as jnilgs of the supreme court of Montreal, will be announced. over the week-end. .Mr. Tellier in this case -would succeed the late Mr. Justice Cliarhonneaii. lETFl WORKING WOMEN Seme Have to Keep on Until They Almost Drop. How Mrt. Cpnley Got Help. follows: Brawster (Lih.) 41CS; Bell (Lib.) 3330; Hart (Lih.) 3240; IT. C. Hall (Lib.) four Stewart (Con.) 2217; Hayward (Con.) '102- Tail (Con.) 2077; Dilworth (Con.) 1800; Et A. Hall (Ind. Lih.) 1218- A. llorley (Ind.) 765; Pou panl (Soc.) 350; Smith (Soc.) 354 As will be seen, Brewster, "who let the Liheral four, had a majority o almost 2000 over Uie highest Conser vative, Hon. Alex Stewart, minister of finance. Some of the Votes (Lib.) 1012; Plan- ta (Con.) 500; Skinner (Soc.) 222. New Westminster side (Lib.) 1132; OiKord (Con.) 814. Prohibition: Yes 1082; No 845. Richmond (Lib.) 1361; Baird (Con.) 1031. Nelson (Ind.) .IS; Rose (Con.) 472; Johnson (Lib.) 42G. Hossland CamnbelL. (Con.) 308; Wilson (Sp'.clal to the Herald) CranhrooU, Sept. IB.-Tho victory von by Dr. King and tho Liberal larty at the polls yesterday was even nore decisive tliau the most optimis- tic Liberal had looked for. It was lot only a magnificent triumph for liberalism; it was nothing less than a rout for Toryism. With two single exceptions the Cranbrook district Biwe King a majority at every poll. t was a very striking tribute to the strength of Liberalism, and an over- whelming expression of rhe public for. lonest apd sane administration. Dr King has a majority of 205. The Result by Polls King Wyclllfe WattEburE Westport Jlarysville Kingsgate Moyio. West Waldo Yulik JIayook Tata Creek Wardmir Kimberly Sullivan lline West Gateway Mission Craubrook, No. 1 Cranbrook, No. 3 Cranbrook, No. 3 Cranbrook, No. 4 Ciiven IS 12 69 40' 60 74 415 Most Eminent Redica! Authorities Endorse It. Dr. Eberle'and EJ.-Braithwaite M well as Br, Simon distingniahed authors-agree that whatever may bn the disease, the urine seldom fads in fnrniahing us with cine to the princi- ples lipon -which it is to he treated, accurate.knowledge concerning the nature of disease can thiia be obtainw. K backacho, scalding or frequent urination bother 'or distress you, or if uric acid in tho blood has caused rheu- matism, gout or sciatica or you suspect kidney or bladder trouble justwiite Dr. Pierce at-the Surreal Institute, Buffalo, K.Y.: Bond a sample of unne and de- scribe symptoms. You will receive free medical advice after Dr.Pierce's chemist baa examined the urine will be arefully done without charge, and you will be under no obligation. Dr. Tierce urinK many years of experimentation as discovered a new remedy which he nds is thirty-seven..times more power- nl than lithia in removing unc aoid rom the system. If you are suffering rom backache or the pains of rheuma- ism, go to your best druggist and ask ora50-centboi put up y Dr. Pierce. Dr. Pierce's Favorite 'reecription for weak women and Dr. Pierce's Golden Medical Discovery for he blood have been favorably known or the past forty years and more. They are standard remedies well os Doctor Pierce's Pleasant Pellets for he liver and bowels. You can get aree trial package for lOc. of any one of these remedies by writing Dr. Pierce. Doctor Pieroe's Pellets are'nneqnalea as a Liver Pill. One tiny, Sugar-coated Pellet n Dose. Cure Sick Headache, Bilious Headache, Dizziness, Constipa- tion, Indigestion, Bilious Attacks, and all derangements of the Liver, Stomaon ind BoweU. London. Sept. troops lighting in Macedonia have captured a salleiii in the .liulgiirian HIICB north of Mucukovo. says today's olllcla! com- munication. Hritlsli Balim were main- tained against counter attacks. Soiuo OcnuaiiH were taken prisoners. CHINESE MINISTER IS ARRESTED FOR OPIUM SMUGGLING Shanghai. Sept. Yao Tsung, the minister justice, lias heeu arrested in connection a gigantic opium-smuggling case whicli threatens to disrupt the cabinet and Invoiva many mcu (Special to the Fernie, Sept. Returns from all polls in the Fernie riding, excepting two small polls, which will not ma- terially affect the result, are as fol- lows: Mae- Flsher Uphill donald CROWNJBMD Everybody's Favourite and Children think only of the delightful flavour, on Bread. GriiHle Cakes- But know of the spiindW food vaho of thb fimons table wholesome and nutritious It far more economical than preserves, or when spread on'.bread. everywhere have "Crown BtaiKl" Corn Syrup In 2, 5, 10 and 20 poiind Has, Get some today. THE CANADA STARCH CO.LIMITED ENGLAND'S WOMEN KEEP ON SMILING AND WORKING Omnibus cleaners ol today, taken somewhere in London. Baynes __ farmer........31 affray lichel N'ntal Vasa Bull. River Uoal Creek Dorr Fernie Fort Steeie Here a letter from a woman who hid to work, but was too weak and suf- fered too much to contain. How regained health Frankfort, Ky suffered BO much with female weakness that I could not iido my own work, {had to hire it done. much about Lydia E. Pink- ham's Vegetable Compound that I I tried it. I took three bottles and I found lit to be til you claim. Now I feel as I] well u ever I did and Uamsblsto doallroy Bowinworkngain. I nconrcnnd it to any woman suffering from female weakneis. You may pub- huh my letter if you wish "-Mrs JAMES Clah No woman suffering from any form of female troubles should lose hope until has given Lydia E Pmkham's Vcr etable Compoand a fair trial 1 This famous remedy, the medicinal ingredients of which are denTed from native roots and herbs, has for forty I years proved to be a most valuable tomo mndinvigoratorof the famalc organism i All women inyltea to write to the Pinkham Mcdl- 1 dnc Cii.. Lvun, Mass, for special will be contldenUaL 14 7 12 22 .11 -17 17 23 ...63 1 ...309 V.. 15 15 28 g 24 42. Ylorrissey Waldo .Vhite Sulphur Not sufficient figures to prohibition or woraen's BUffrftgelto estimate the votes, on tbpse two.qnes tlons Fisher's majority, over TJpliil i 102. 'Macdonal'tl, Socialist, made a verj poor third in the race, getting votes in many precincts. At Morrissey, where many of the soldiers of the 107th voted, Fishe- received 29 -to -Uphill 8. The vote on prohibition is. very close but indications, are that wo- man's suffrage has been carried by. a good majority. With the Soldiers The Herald representative- .visite the military polling, place at Morris sey and had a look at the voting ma Chinery Wednesday, provided in tha respect, and saw how it was done. Large envelopes are proVidedr.Tyitl a. declaration 'as to residence enlistment, and that tho -applicant i a Britisl! subject and has .not votei at any other place for candidates i this election. The polling clerk.'.read the declaration to the applicant, an then shows him where 'to sign .hi name in the space left for, that .pur pose oh' the envelope. :'This bein done by the voter, he is handed over to the deputy returning' officer, 'who administers an oath in' which the .ap- plicant swears that the declaration he haj jmt signed is correct Mr Re turning Officer then instruct' the vot-er solemnly how to fold his bal Liiero m" three of them one for the Candidates lor the leg! aturo o.ie for the piohibition referendum, and one on the woman JuffUge question Ho Is told to ho loldSPMs ballots fe one will knov, he is" voliftg lift ihen toes Into a booth makial olit Mi lots returns to the doputy returning officer v.ho tells him to put them Into tho enve'ope with his signed declnra lion on the face of it and it is nnd pM into a ballot btfs This bag !i kep' bj the returning; officer until he, the poll m ich in, this i Is (Special to Uie Sepfc.13.-An article in to night's Herald referring-.to the lial ons'Consolidated School is somewha misleading and the. facts of tile cas are apparently not understood by th writer. The Barons Consolidate School was organized in the, regula way In compliance with the require- lents ot the, school ordinance -and as been in successful operation for ne year At the beginning, the Con- olidated School Board rented the chool building belonging to the.old 3arons district, but soon found that- lis was inadequate to accommodate 11 the pupils, and that an extension would be necessary. As they could lot build on rented property they pro- eeded to purchase tlie Barons school. The agreement to.purchase the school was put through at a meeting .at which all the members of. the hoard vere present, and every member vot- ed for the purchase except epresentative of Lunde district. Since that time ,M. O. Arnegard; has been elected .to the -board as the representative of Goldendale district and has consistently opposed the'ac- ions of the board in every way'pos- sible. When active steps' began to je taken to erect the addition "to the school, Mr. ArnegarC. applied for-, an njunction the Consoli- dated School Board from further a6- tlon and asking for tlOOO damages on the ground that the transfer the building was not legal in that the representative of the Goldendale district, had not given his sanctioi to the agreement. As Mr. Arnegari was not a member of. the board wlieii the agreement was .made it'is difti cult to see -why bis sanction should be necessary. The' matter is, how ever, in the hands of the we must await the decision of- th- judge. Pictou. N. S., academy recently celebrated the one hundredth ann versary its foundins. Our Kitchen is Your cost two mil lion dollars and was buili to furnish you with crisp golden loaves of Shredded Wheat, the purest, cleanest most nutritious cereal fooc in the world, t It is ready cooked and ready-to-serve delicious for breakfast witl milk or cream, or for an; meal in combination with sliced peaches. WAR LOAN DOMINION OF CANADA j issue of 5% 1st October, 1931, PAYABLE AT PAR AT OTTAWA SALIFAX'.ST- MONTREAL, TORONTO, WINNIPEG, REGINA, CALGARY, VICTORIA. INtEREST PAYABLE HALF-YEARLY, 1st APRIL, 1st OCTOBER. PRINCIPAL AND INTEREST PAYABLE IN-GOLD. Q ISSfUE PKSGE 971 A FULL WILL BE.PAID ON 1st 1917.1 g THE PROCEEDS OF THE LOAN WILL BE USED FOR WAR PURPOSES ONLY.' THE MINISTEB OF FINANCE offers herewith, on behalf of the" Government, the above named Bonds for subscription at 97i, payable as 10 per cent on application, ----30" 16th October, 30 loth November, 1916; "-15th December, 1916 The total allotment of-bonds of thr issue Ti'l limited to one hundred million dollar, of the amount fit anvl paid for by the surrender of bonds as the equiva- lent of'cS> under the terms of the War Loan, pro pcctus of 22nd November, 1015. The instalments may be paid day., nf October 1916, or on any instalment due date thereafter, under discount-at the rate of four per cent per_ annum All payments are to be made to for credit'of the-Minister of Finance; PW instalment when due will render previous payments hable to forfeiture and the.allotment to cancellation. Subscriptions, accompanied by a deposit of of the amount subscribed, must bo forwarded through the medium of a chartered bank. Any branch in Canada of Sered' bank will receive subscriptions and.issue provisional receipte. This loan is authorized under Act of the Pailianent of Canada and both principal and interest will be a charge upon the Consolidated Re.enue Fund Forms of application may be obtained from any branch m Canada of any chartered bank and at the office of any Assistant Receiver General in Canada Subscriptions must be for even hundreds of dollars. In case of partial allotments the surplus deposit will be apphc'd towards payment of the amount due on the October instalment. Scrip certificates, non-negotiable or payable to bearer in accordance with the rhoice of the applicant for registered or bearer bonds, be issued, after a.lotment, m exuiangB for the provisional to principal, or for fully registered bonds, prepared, without in accordance with the application. Delivery of scrip .certificates of. bonds will be-made through' The issue will: be-exempt froii any income tax-imposed in pursuance of legislation enacted bv the Parliament of Canada. The bonds with coupons will beiissued in denominations of Fully registered bonoVwithout coupons will be'issued'in denominations of or any authorized multiple of The'bonds will be paid" at maturity at par at the office of the Minister of Finance and Receiver General at Ottawa, or at the office of .the Agsistaut Heoeiver General St. .John, Toronto, Regina, Calgary, orVict'dria; The interest on the fully registered bonds will be paid bv cheque, which will be remitted by post. Interest on "bonds with-coupons wjll be paid on surrender of coupons. Both cheques and coupons will be payable free of exchange at any any chartered bank. Subject to the payment 'of cents for each new bond-issued, holders of fully registered bonds without coupons will have the right to convert into bonds of the denomination of with Coupons, and holders of bonds with coupons will have the nghl 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 Finance, Ottawu- ADDhcalion will be made in due course for the listing of the issue on the Montreal and Toronto Stock Exchanges. Recognized bond and hroVprs will be allowed a commission of one-quarter of one per cent on allotments nnrlp in resoect of applications bearing their stamp, nrovided, however, that no commission will be allowed in respect of the amount fo. by the sunendcr of bonus issued under the War Loan prospectus ot JSoveuiber, 1915. No commission will'be allowed in respect of applications on forms which have not been printed by the King's Printer. .1 Subscription Lists will close on or before 23rd September, 1916.' OF FINANCE, OTTAWA, September 12th, 1918 e, ci was for' three days, when the bag Is Made in Canada ;