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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 16, 1915, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE FOUR THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD THURSDAV. SEPTEMBER 16, Tfoeialb Hlbcrta DAILY AND WEEKLY. Subscription Rates: delivered, per year..... Daily, by mall, per year...... AVeokly, by iiiall, per 1352 .that coal should he used for fuel pur- poaes. lu Canary owners ol busi- ness blocks who changed from gas to coal last winter, agree that the cosi ot heating tho buildings Is reduced. Tho Calgary School Hoard finds that gas coats 40 per cent, rnwu than coal, The city of Cnlgnry, through its technical officials, made an ive comparison of the cost of hunting gas coal in what is known as u "converted" furnace, the type most in HBO here. A "converted" I'urnace is one which was originally made to burn coal, hut from which the ?rato bars liavs been removed and which hoen fitted with a gas burner and 68As you like it" TELEPHONES: business Office Editorial Office W. A. Buchanan John loaded with bricks which serve the Managing Director Business Manager of "baffling" the flame, and malting a sort of reservoir of heat. The report of the special committee apiwlnted by the council to make the tests was: "The result of the coal'test shows thai a very considerable saving can Your King and. Country Need cm Right Now ROUND THE CIRCLE QF THE WAR Two outstanding features be effected with coal used as a fuel, cf the'! compared with L s at 35 cents per world war situation at the present'toOO Clloic feet in the converted iur- tinie are the discussion of the advis-; ,1Pme This, oi course, provided labor ability of conscription in Britain, and; js not included. This statement ap- the attempt oi the German-American ipjjes to small house Installations, as citizens to block the billion dollar. we jjqve as yet only experimented and loan of the United States bankers to tested small heating furnaces." TEA -SEALED PACKETS! BLACK, MIXED ONLY. OR GHEEN, B20 Details of Organization of The New Reserve ilitia the allied nations. The latter yr.ster- day assumed serious proportions in cent. New York, when even the personal j safety nf fho members of the allies' commission was threatened, and Ger- man-Americans threatened an at- tempt to wreck ihe banKs by with- drawal of deposits. So far as conseripiJon is concerned, the British Cabinet is still divided, but though Premier Asrjuith an- nounces with pride that men Save -enlisted. and though he speaks with, confldefica of the position of the difference ia cost was 20 per RICKED UP IN j .ASSING! FOR THE SUSV HAN The price of bread has dropped to ate has been fettd Allies at the various fronts, even Lord i at 16.75 mills. Kitchener hints at more strenuous Sir Sam Hushes will open Karris measures to raise and equip a much Calsarv school board will not con- uight this ycar. AH Du'ndas, Out., saloois ha.e beer. larger army than is now in the littd. j Qn the eastern frontier, the Hus-l sians are being calied npon to delend the important railway systems of the; "f Al jn council has nccn pass- north against violent attacks of the ed bringing the Oaaada temperance Germans, while in the sooth their act into effect in Perth county, Out. R. a Brantiord contrac- osmon nch. stronger. Stilj further information from Tur- going home, dropped dead when about a block away irom his kev bears out' previous reports that home. the Turkish armies are alaost at tho! 3'ajor Ales. Cowan, for three years end of their resistance. .Aniiety concerning the cttitnde of enlisted. Sweden is now expressed. The be-j Simeon Hannah, for some yean on lief is given voice that this nation the police, force at Bracdon, hai Wea annomted governor 01 the pro.rr.cial hal The fcMovving regulations governing the Reserve Militia by the chairman ol the e com- mit U-o oi the Lethbridgc Home Guard from the Militia Department today. i Urganlzation Reserve MIMiia j The organization of the Reserve Militia is subject to U'.e j following regulations prescrileil by the Gov'ernor-in-Couafil under te> j tion 15 of the Militia Act j Reserve Mil- itia wilt cori st of sudi itnits us are from time to time named by theGov- ernor-in-Coliar i RESPONSIBILITY OF DIVI- SIONAL AND DISTRICT COM- MANDERS Division and District Commannpii r.-iH le responsible for the Hessr.-e Militia as they are for other troops located in their areas arid, districts, ASSOCIATION7 WITH ACTIVE the Reserve Mil- itia mav be associated with corres-. ponding units oi the Active Militia, j PERSONNEL: AGE one will be allowed to join the Re- serve Militia before he has attained the of 3-T, but ior retirement or dischiiree there is no age "limit fixed. PHYSICAL-.STANDA-KD-AII ranks must be physically lit, ii not fcr ser- vice in the for garrison duty or ior administrative work. i OFFICERS1 j No or.e will recede a comniissiGn in the Reserve Milt'a unless lie has renders! at least three years' satis- factory service in one or more of the naval or military of the, Crown. THEIR of the Reserve Militia will as such ba junior to officers oi tho Afiivp Mil- itia of the same -rank as themselves. THEIR POWER OF Ovsr officers and men, other than those of the ficspne Militia, they will not exercise coaimand. DRILL AND and training will be voluntary, and will i-ntnit no expense on the public. LIABILITY TO SERVICE In time of emergency (war invasion, riot or insurrection, real or api-re- bended) the Reserve Militia, or any part thereof, is liable to 1 e called out or tte man, heing the stronger, will liie the longer oi the. two. Lawyers are senrchiiig for a will of Hon. Samuel. is known to have disposs'd of his property in Driving. 3o far the search has been unsuccessful. Both the Young and. Barer rstatfs are worth the former being estimated at J500.000. NEWS.FROM 2-15 Jossph Obarn and wife have gone to Utah for a short visit. Margaret Smith returned from War- ner .Monday filic has been vis- iting her ilrs. Kaspari. Hcdutil began here with Mr. George Watson of Lethbridge ah i Mrs! Mary OHphant, ivho is in thd at Lcthbrldge, will he home tqi-s died at his home here yeste, day. He had been ill several, months. He served two terns as governor. government It is likelf to -vin ag- thcugb it is admitted that the Liberals will come back with an in- creased support; To county council nature of the issues in the P. E} I. election, we may say that the dog tax is figur- ing very prominently in the platform discussions.' GAS COSTS MORE THAN COAL The Calgary Albertan is investigat- ing the difference In coat of coal and (as fuei, and so far its findings wholly in layer of coal. The re- ouita of tell Inquiry should isslst Ue local Board of Trade coiniilttee In users of gu that !t is to the advantiicc, W tkelr pockets as well of tae mines; the end of the month on superannua-'i; tion. He will be succeeded by Lt.-Col. j Douglas Cameron, assistant accounlr' ant. George L. Quillet, formerly assist-; ant professor of mechanical engineer- ing in McOill, Montreal, has heen appointed acting professor of mechan ical engineering in Queen's Faculty of Applied Science. R: T. Richardson, president ol; Cafiefen County Conservative Atso'j ciation, says lie dees not want federal nomination to succeed W. F. I Garland, explaining that five years handling the as he is doing in the interim, would take ten years ofi a man's life. Manitoba's minister of agriculture has narcesi the following advisory board for the Manitoba Agricultural College David of Gladstone; John Sweet, of J. L. pa'rViason, ol Roland Nicol, of Brandon and Mrs. A. V. Thom- as (Lillian ol Arlington MADE IN CANADA MAGIC AKING P0WDEE CONTAINS NO AUUJVI Makes pure.delicious, heailKful biicuitt, cakes and pastry. It is the only well- known rtrictly high clan baking powder made in Canada, aeliing at a medium price. Read the label E.W.GILLETT COMPANY LIMITED WINNIPEG TORONTO, ONT. MONTREAL J ,ng ff6m is'Me to -j about, but it will he some time he- i I 3S U'SB I Kil. has been nick for j some time, has gone to Rochester, for treatment. ONTARIO QUARTERMASTER IN TROUBLE- Ont., Sept. Captain Thomif L. fjiiartermaster of the 33rd Overaoaa IJattalion, training on Oarlfngs 'Heights, is in' custotjy at the barracks on a charge. ot nuglect oC duty, in Connection -with the wholesale theft of rations and I equipment from j stores of the battalion, which to. light yesterday. Captain Haygarth. was also relieved of his position, and a board of officcra will conduct an In- vestigation into his connection with the affair. Haygarth was formerly a captain In the 77th Wontworth and was 'iu the gents' furntuhlnff business here' tor some v, Consign Your Grain to Parrish and Heimbecker Limited FORT WILLIAM. The Pioneer Grain Flrm.pt' the'West1. Represented Ernest A, Sharman Mar. The Lethbriage-Weyburn Realty Co., Ltd., Uthbrjdec, Alberta. 1173; RESIDENSE 530. eat, Coal and Oil The Big 3-What a Combination! Imagine a small city surrounded by a district capable of pro- ducing these tiirce great essentials to human existence, and pro- ducing them in vast and unlimited quantities. What would you predict for the future of that small city? Why, man! You wouldn't hesitate to forecast a city of fifty to One Hundred Thousand Population Would you Of course you wouldn't! Do yon realize that LETHBRIDQE IS THE SMALL CITY SO RICHLY ENDOWED' Our wheat Holds, with their marvellous yields, arc the wonder of the west. Our coal resources, yet scarcely touched, havti already earned for Letlinridge the title "The Pittsburg of and our o'l fields to the south of us, which have attracted oil experts and capitalists from all over the world, are even now commencing to yinld up their liquid wealth in'response to a score of drills. With all those niarvcllouK assets to her credit, dp you not think that L-jthbridgc Heal Estate (especially .at present ia an attractive investment? this well over in your, mind and decide to.attend tho Auction Sale of Real Estate which will no held at the ofilqo :of FRAN K 11 STAFFORD BLpOK ON, FRIDAY .AFTERNOON .AT TOMORROW when the following properties will he. offered at the undermentioned, and upon tho terms act-forth: 11 Lots sub of acre lot 4, E. side of 18th St. and 2nd Avo. lots 1 and 2, the pair, upset prico 'A: cash, balance 3, 6, 9 dii'! 12 months .with Interest at Lots 5 to price Vt cash, balance 3, 6. I 32 moinns with Interest at Acre lot No. 3, corner of let Ave. and 18th St. North, the aerf- price, 'i balance 3, 6, 9. and 12 months wig] Interest at' Ft LotH J2 to 18, 3rd Avo. A off 13th Street .N'orth; per lot, ami price caih, balance 4, S and )2 months, Interest or li sold as one lot, upset price 14 4, "i and monthB with Interest V RiGbONIZE ;