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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 16, 1915, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE FOUR THE L E T.H B H I P fi ff.'; D A I L Y H 13 R A L D THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 16, 191S. litbbrftje tfoeralb Hlbcrta DAILY AND WEEKLV. Subscription Rates: Dally, delivered, per year.. Dally, by mail, ear year... 'Weekly, by mail, per year. TELEPHONES: Business Ofllce Editorial Ofllce W. A. Buchanan Managing Director Your King and Country Need "V ou Right Now ROUND THE CIRCLE QF THE WAR that coal should bo used lor fuel pur- poses- In Calgary owners ol busi- ness blocks who changed from to coal lust winter, agreo that the cost ot heating tho buildings Is reduced. The Calgary School Hoard finds that yas costs 40 per cent, nwro tlian coal. The city ol Calgary, through its technical officials, made an exhaust- ive comparison of the cost of burning gas and coal in what is known as n "converted" furnace, the in use here. A "converted" furnace is one was originally made to burn coal, but from which the Erato bars liave been removed and which has Seen fitted with a burner and John Torrsnce I loaded with bricks which serve the Business Manager (purpose of "baffling" the flame, and making a sort of reservoir of heat. The report of the special committee apiiointed by the council to maKe the tests was: "Too result of tho coal'test shows that a very considerable saving cau be effected with coal used as a fuel, 54.00 3.00 l.OS) 1252 J324 TEA -SEALED PACKETS ONLT'. BLACK, MIXED OH GREEN. 020 Details of Organization of Confederation Life Officials Pleased WithAlta. Crop Col. McDonald, general manuRer of (hi! Confederation Lite Assurance Cv., with at Toronto, t> with Ucnrral .Supl. lioyd, ol the company, anil J. P. Hoss, loan siiperiiitcmle'iil ior Alberta, were vis- itors in tlie city yesterday, in the in- terests of the company. Col. McDon- ald motored back to Calgary, on the way visiting several points where the company have placed loans, nnd in- specting the crops in general. SupC Hoyd this morr.iug stated lo tho Herald'thai the company had no I a cIPiil of money placed in loans in'ilils particular section of the west, their operations lotng .more extensive in Saskatchewan. Ho expressed him- self ns well pleased with coniKl'ions j iit Alberta, and throughout tlie west ncner.iUy, bclic'vini; iiuit. Uic fanners would Ic in lairly good share -linan- i ciaily, following the this year's big crop. THE CANADIAN BANK OF COMMERCE DAS INSTALLED SAFETY DEPOSIT BOXES. LODGK YOI78 Wilts, Title Peeds, Mortgages, Insurance Polidet or other valuables in.one of these boxes INFORMATION' Lethbridge Branch R. T. Brymner, Me harvesting of the attempt of the German-American; to smalt house installation! citizens to block the billion dollar Te jjave as yet only experimented and loan of the United States bankers to tested small heating furnaces.' the allied nations. Tha latter vester-l The difference in cost was 20 pe day assumed serious proportions ifi New York, when even the personal j safety of the members of the alliies'j commission was tarsettesd, and Qer-; man-Americans threatened an at-; tempt to wreck the banks by with-! drawal of deposits. So far as conscription is concerned, the British Cabinet is stiil but thoufh Premier Asquith. an- i nounces witn pride that men' have enlisted, and though he speaks RICKED UP IN SSINGCZZI as today. Organization Reserve Militia The organization oi the Reserve Militia is authorhoi subject to the j following regulations presvritdl by j the Govcrnnr-m-Coimcil under lion 16 of the Militia Act Reserve Mil- itia will cors st of such units ns are from time to- time named by tr.o Gov- emor-in-Council. Expect a Yield of Fifty Per Acre (OR THE IUSV MAX will not exercise command. DRILL AN'D and training be voluntary, and will entail no expense on the public. UAlllLlTY TO SERVICE In tinie oi riot or insurrection, real or api rc- henriod) the Reserve Militia, or any and loading a car. part thereof, is iialiie to le called out v.Heat js grading number 1, and i on active service anywhere in Can- wnjie it is loo early to determine j Warner, Sept. first load ot wtsit to be threshed in the dis- trict in tiir immediate, vicinity oi invasion, was brought Into town today by I. S. Ixowlaml, who is threshing Saiberg Grain Co. MEMBERS WINNIPEG GRAIN EXCHANGE Lcthbrldpe Floor, Hull Block. with confidence of the position of the j The price oi bread has dropped to ASSOCIATItW 6c. a loaf in Ottawa. thi RESPONSIBILITY OF DIVI-' ada. I yield Mr. Rowland expects the p SIGNAL DISTRICT COM- HORSES, TRANSPORT AM) field to go fifty bushels to the acre. M Division and government will. Threshing rigs are pulling out to-, will le responsible ior not undertake to provide the Reserve' day, and by tomorrow or Friday! the Reserve Militia as they are ior Militia, except rallci out on threshing w.U ho pretty general. The] other troocs located in their areas active service, either with horses or u-ind of yesterday and today is dry- and districts. with vehicles, harness, arms, ammu-jing out the stocks well. WITH ACTTWE nition. accoutrements, dcthins, or the Reserve Mil- other articles of equipment personal TKAVERS tax rate has been fixed Uia may Ire associated with corres- or regimental. one will be allowed to join th? Re- transportation, subsist-nce, pay or. board will not con- serve jiilitia beioie he has attained allowances, except while on active the of 35, but ior retirement or discharge there is no age "limit fixed. sians are being called upon to defend AH Diindasj Oar., saloois na.e been declared .out of military louads for the greater portion of the day. Allies at the various fronts, even Lord at is.75 mills. ponding" units pi the Active Militia. PAY kitchener Wats at more strenuous; Sir Sam Hughes will opes Darrie PERSONNEL: AOE ers and men will not" be entitled tn measures to raise and equip a much 3.1- larger army than is now in the fis'.d. j this year. On the eastern frontier, the Rua- PHYSICAL-STAN'nARD-All ranks must be physically fit, if not icr ser- vice in the field, ior garrison duty or for ad'.irlmstrative work. a Bradford contrac- OFFICERS' QUALIFICATIONS-1 Miliri. may resign to'while goln, home, topped dead N. hh L L.. rendered at least three vears' satis- after 30 dars' notice in writing, to key bears out previous reports that, home. _ serv-ce -n one or-morc of t-ne his Commahrilng Officer. the Turkish armies are almost at the h and' a {ormflr law naval" or military of the. Governor-m- enu of their resistance. j OI- Hen.' Justice Lennox, has Crown. _' Council mar, at any time, disband .Anxiety ctmcerniag the attitude of j enlisted. Sweden is now expressed. The be-1 Simeon Hannah, ior some yean on the police iorce at Brandon, the important railway systems of the; order council has been pass- north against violent attacks ot the j ed bringing the Canada temperance Germans, while in iha south their act Into efrecfc in Perth county, put. position is muck, stronger. Still further information from :Pur- service, when they will be rank by rank, as thmi'h tfcey belong- I to the Active Militia. KETIKE1IEST AND DISCHARGE Exc-ent while or. active service sec- vice: (a) Ah otlicer of the F.espr.s s cnrnmissicn at TKEIR PKKOEDENCE-Officers of any unit, or portion oi a unit, 11 he the Reserve Militia will as such consniers it advisable to do so. Tmvers, Sept, Mclntyre ims his new house about ready to; live in. The .Jones' building, where ho, has resided will he occupied by the; Misses Sweetman anrf Doneliy, who; will run a restaurant there, Mr. Alrich is buildiag a new .resi- dence in town. Our two lumber yards -ire getting a very heavy patronage. We hear that the Riverside Co. are talking or com- ing here. Miss Christina Nelson has arrived from Dakota and will visit her moth- er, Krs. M. Howg. j T. MeTiidoe of Lethbridge. is herej for a visit with his brothers and j other relatives at Wheat Centre, al-j so to view the big crops of this j trict. Ship Your Grain To Us For Careful Attention PROMPT RETURNS LIBERAL ADVANCES Consignments given special attention grading checked carefully FOR BEST RESULTS TRY John Billings Co., Ltd. Head 'office, Alberta 5th Si-' S., Lethbridge. .Members Winnipeg and Calgary Grain Exchanges. lie' siven that thi: catio: v, j to in her Dr-art, I rta [01 it Ii e ryr 0 e ce zu. d i Ge-rj u ttu. justify air raids pc London bj i itatemeat i.b.at IjOiidnii is a iortre: and, therefore, legally liable to i tack. PAY TAXES IF YOU P03518LY CAN The AJbsrtan says: "If mail can't psy his he canny pay them." Thars true euo-agh, btit tnere are casas of men can pay but -won't. It is this latter wao be -pulled up shon sonie process or ofiisr, Ko'Iiiiiig over payment of taxes, to invest in some other vay, is not excusable. We believe that if all the people who cooM ihcir taxes In Letbbridse, out fftil to do so, were to cprao ihroiigh with, the !fc quite a marked difference in tax receipts Tha city retires money lo meet; obligations, and every amomted governor oi the provincial jail ftere J against PiOiisio11 for restocking many oi >t (Iie li e waters with fis'i are 'PI c by tte provincial au-; lonties. Er-Mavor John Shaw, oi cd to cce-d the Irte John; I t ji County Court Clerk; for Yoia I P cf Cdlling a piorerr Crest maria-' er and shipbuilder, dk-d at the i of j national- dftot wcreased Uiirine t-he last by more, than now standing ati GEEMAX PSISONEKS EN ROUTE TO A FRENCH DETENTION CAMPj Consign Your Grain to Parrish and Heiinbecker FORT WILLIAM, The Pioneer Grain Firm of the West. Represented Ernest A, Sharman Mqr. The Lethbridge-Weyburn Realty Co., Ltd., Lethbridge, Alberta. clnzen "Fno can possiMy pay his tas- tesipting e should do P. E. I. IS VOTING TOJ3AY Edward Island votes tcday. TUis less than, a hundred thousand population province possesses a ieg- is! ture jnat the b gg r pro nres In reahtv it ii. nothing m re or leoa than a nt c il j rv PV r it ha" it p ical partie3 it ana i s Leutenant nd -wo 1 break afray from Confederation it to dietinctions. Tie fglond i. had open otng heie o- hnr I tall t make W. J. BesUyr a iarmer r.es: ThoRiasj Out., instantly fev a fcicfr'from a Srightenetl horse ic. that city. .The- commaad oi 35th merit (Simwe Fcrestsrs'i has Lcen taken over hy Liout.-C'ol. Grand, Hun'sv-jHe. Hon- G. Howard Ferguson, ilrais- tcr of Minss in Ontario, t-'iat all nickel intncd in Ontario soouM refined-ia that province. Tt is the Hrrit f'C hours during soMiers at I-. iltcn may enter bars to J} and. 13 a-ni- and 2 ami 5 p.m. Otto HemoRen, a Finn sh farmer, near Whitehall, Ont., after at-j t-o shoot his wifa. took j i strvcbninft and d-'fic! in an 1 J'.' V. Tfetzp.i, ol Justice re'ired irom tario IHs.1! Coiirt very surideniy ir Morrow tie Br fe 1 t or c o Prof ex. n IT root-o n ver a led vh e on ce in Enel d s na in B C M Lc h and Fid r rnc of trc ec.d b le- him tt K nr iced rat boti p rtner uer enlistn? f r o c e d tv y !Tan t c e fM n Tor o to a n d t B He 1 t ur art! a G? F re rs f r t e t of HARVESTING REQUIREMENTS: Gatcrman Gnun Lifters (For lodged or grain) Taggiut Portable Grain' Elevators Minneapolis Threshing Machinss Gasoline Engines Biiulci1 Twine and Sacks The Lethbridge-Weyburn Realty Co. Ltd. Lethbridge, Albertl. 1 x a du'Cerdtce la i hon Elertor who ycte as they uctuaEy t t wlH no- be m a position to yield to the Ings of their conscience. At present P. E. I. is ruled by a Conservative poyernwent It is Hkelf to -win. ag- iln, though it is admitted that the will come hack with an in- creased eupport. To show the county councK nsturo ul! the issues hi the P. I. election, we RiAy gay that the dog tax is figur- ing yery prominently in the platform discussions COSTS MORg .COAL The Caleury Aibertan is inveatjgat- ng the. difference In cost of coal and nief, and so tar its ttadjnga ire wholly in favor of. coal. The re- mits of tila inquiry shomd issist the Board Trtdil committee !n oovrtclnft users 61 gas that, it is to lie adranttge nf. thrl: jackets as well ID W UM Benefit uf Ivcii mines, E. A. SHARIV1AN, Mgr. group of Ger es. Note tlie M vi si BOM ma !t Hami'ton Will 11 frir P P L Cl a t a T c Hou e o ron on ret rt tic Veish thin, well over in yoiir. mind nd tl en de de (.1 altpnd (10 Add ion of Real Estate ,'hlell ta) held at tho'offio'j'nt I f u i et rmerly s t prof ''sir f r c 1 ncc ing in llontreal, has appointed acting professor oi 7. _ ical in Queen's of Applied .Science. R. T. president ol Carlrtcn County Conservative elation, sa.vs lie. does the, Tederai Romination to .suf tfctl W. F.; Garland, expfairjins ihfit five years of.; handling the as he is; doing in the interim, would take ten years off a man's life. I Maniioba'3 mi.iiBter of. i has named tho following advisory board'tot the Manitoba Agricultural College David Smith, of Gladstone; I John Sweet, o! Thornhi f. U' Pa'viinson. ,o( Roland William. Kicol, of Brandon and Mrs. A. V. Thorn- as (IJInan of 46 Arlington street. CONTAINS Makes pure.dslinous, healthful cakes and pastry- It is only'well- known strictly high class baliinjt powder nwde vn Cenada, selling at a medium price. Read label E.W.6ILLETT COMPANY LIMITED TORQNTO. ONT. m WINNIPEG MONlREAt. W Oil Thomas U of the Overaeasi Batlalion, in CsrHilgs .Hcightfi, is in, custody at Uie barracks on a of neglect of ditt.y. in coniu.-f.tion with the wholesale theft of rations and eqiiiimieiH from (niartermusteni1 stores of the battalion, which came to. Jjght yesterday. Captain Haygartn also relieved of his position, and a board of officers will conduct an In- VKStipailon-. Into bis connection with the affnir. Hoyjsanh wfta forinerly a caijtain In .tlie 77th Vr'onlworth Rllles, and wa? in the gents' furnishing business hero for some year? 11 STAFFORD BLPCK. ON. FRJDAY. AFTERNOON AT 230 TOMORROW f properties TV ill hp ofleroc' at .e npiet jinfM upon tho termB aet forth ill ot acre lot 4 n side ot IS'li st and 2nd M, I Vi i l'r'co r-8sl'> naUnce