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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 20, 1916, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE SIX THE LETHBRIDliE DAILY HERALD WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 20, 1910 Lethbridge's Own Overseas Battalion, 113th Highlanders (CONTINUED FIIOM FKOXT FAOE) a radel instructor and was chosen for a commission. LIEUT. HORN has been Leth- bridge resident tor somo years.. Be- fore joining the Highlanders he was a P. R. I'roight inspector here, lie was one of the first officers appointed Ized, and by sheer torce ot merit muoh rccruUinK promoted to a hemennney. He flrst three months after the transferred to the H'Sh: authorization of the unit. landers in January with the rank or captain and has since been promoted, going with the battalion in the rank of major. MAJOR J. F. McGUIRE joined the ranks of the C3rd Battalion. Edmon- ton, when that regiment was author- LIEUT. NORMAN KIRKHAM is a Lethbridge-born young man. Over a year ago he joined the S2nd Battalion ias a prirate, being promoted to the MAJOR HARDISTY, adjutant of the rank 0[ On tllp formation of transferred and was rrt irranted a commission, joined the 63rd i h tvhile Lieut.-Col. I Prvcc-Jones was second in command j of that battalion. ,...j........... rank ot corporal battalion, is an Edmonton man. nav- fc j Ing conducted a drug store there be- j B fore enlisting. CAPT. A. H. DENOON. cbaplain. was only recently appointed. He has realty brokers, (he Standarti Securi- ties, he has been one of the leading estate agents of tlie city. He CAPT. L. M. JOHNSTONE, pay. master of the battalion, has been a Lethhridge resident for 13 years or more. He is a Xova Scotian and n member of the law firm of Johnstone anil Ritchie. He is a K. C. in -his profession, in which he has attained a high standing. He was chosen out of many applicants for the position.. CAPT. GEO. P. PORTER is quarter- master of the battalion. He is a Grassy I-ake resident and for years has been prominent in affairs o! that town, having been president of the Board of Trade, president of the Agri- cultural Society and a leader in all movements for the upbuilding of the community. He left a fine farm there to join the Kilties and do his bit. CAPT. N. T. BEEMAN. the battalion medical officer, is a Ulagrath man. For more than ten years he has been the leading doctor in that town and his decision to join the Kilties left the southern town without a doctor. Dr. G. w. Leech of Taber was first ap- pointed medical officer of the battalion but later transferred Medical Corps. to the Army sion with the Kilties. .He was a mem- ber of the Lethbridge teaching staff, nnd a qualified cadet instructor, and when the formation of .the battalion was announced he immediately re- signed and was granted a commission. He is in charge of the machine sun section. LIEUT. E. F. B. JONES is a Calgary man. He was holding the rank of lieutenant in the 103rd Calgary Rifles last January when he was offered a commission -with the Kilties. LIEUT. T. L. LAUB is a South Af- rican veteran, going through that war as a member of the Imperial Light Horse. He joined tho Kilties last January and took his officer's training course at the school here. LIEUT. CHAS. H. KERR is one of Cethbridge's best known young men. He is an old tinier in the Okotoks dis- trict where he owned a ranch. While in Lethbridge he conducted a real estate and insurance business. LIEUT. F. B. SCHOLEY came to the Kilties from the 13th O. M. R. He was training in the ranks of that bat- talion'at Medicine Hat wten offered a CAPT. JOHN SKELTON was chief ,T- i of police of the city of Lethbridge be- commission the Highlanders ast fore joining the Kilties. Perhaps no January. He came immediately, tak- in the battalion has seen more the officers' training course here. active service than has the Captain. LIEUT. E. GRIMES is an Edmonton RAYMOND (From tho Louder) Miss Esther Jensen' returned from Utah lust week, and is now quite well after undergoing an operation for up-' pendlcitts. When Miss Joii- ;en was u missionary in thy Northern States. Mrs. Kenny left this week for Utah, where she will reside indefinitely. j Mrs. Corless will occupy her residence in tlie future, Kdgar Stott of Cardstoii, in town Tuesday nrrrtiiginu: the commercial department at the Academy, which he will lieiul the coming year. The Icduree will open November 1st. Mr. Stott. is well qualified to take over this work, licins a graduate of Valparaiso I'liiversiiy. Valparaiso, a school that places thoroughness first. Miss Ada Miller, of Lothbrldgc. spent ;i few days with .Mrs. W. S. House last week. Miss Miller is now employed in Ur. Taylor's olUce. Art Lovcring. the rider who was in- jured in the abdomen at tlie recent stampede here, is now improving though lie was a very sick man for a time. Pte. Ei Davis of-the 173th battalion I is the champion checker player at Sar- cee "Cam.u having defeated" several .would- be champions there, WARNER (From the Miss Marie Conner Monday for Calgary, where she is attending school. Chas. Ertckson has in construction, on his farm south of town, an elevator with a capacity of bushels. It is heinK constructed by the Johnson Bros. "We understand that at the raeeting of UIG Village Council on Monday ev- ening last Mr. G. C. Raitt was appoint- ed village constable. This appoint- ment has been made because the Mounted Police detachment here has been temporarily closed, and it was felt that there should be some man in the village who would be able to act in case of need. Mr. Raitt will not patrol the streets in a handsome uni- form, but will pursue his regular oc- cupation, crd' he will be furnished with a of office, and having been sworn in by the local justice-he has all the powers of a constable, so that in the advised me to go on with I consider th.it I owe my lii'e to "Fruit- a-tives" and I want to say to those who suffer from Indigestion, Constipation or and you COIUXE GAUDRF.AU. a box, G for ?'-'.50, trial size, 5JC. At all dealers or sent postpaid by Trull, a-tives Limited, Oltuwa- He was with Kitchener at Khartoum man. He was serving in the ranks of and served later in the South African i the G2rd Battalion under Lieut.-Col. war. on both occasions as a member of the Grenadier Guards. Coining to Canada he was a sergeant in the To- ronto police, and was brought to Lethbriflge by ex-Chiel Police Da- Tis and given the rank of inspector. He was granted leave of absence from the police force to join the Highland- ers. CAPT. E. O. WALLACE is a veteran of the South African war, where ne was a member of the Strathcona Horse. Prior to that time he was -with the Royal Irish Guards. He is a PryceJones, and when the latter was placed in command of the 113th, he recommended Lieut. Grimes for a com- mission in the new unit. He is assist- ant to the adjutant. LIEUT. GRAHAM JOHNSTON is an Englishman by birth. He was a resident of Calgary when he joined the Kilties. LIEUT. F. F. McGOWAN is.another officer from Calgary. He was em- ployed in a, Calgary bank when he de- cided to don the khaki. He took his officer's training course here. joys the distinction of having wlmt may be justly termed three million- aire grain shipping points within its well kmren Okotoks rancher and was one of the flrst 113th Battalion can- tains appointed. CAPT. C. H. DEVINE is a Leth- bridge man. He joined the 13th O. om.-. of winter he transferred to the Kilties as .captain. Ha ixa South African veter- an, having heeKji member of the Strathcona Horse in that war. He is a'member of the firm" of Lloyd and Devine. .CAPT. E. A. MclVOR joined the Kil- ties last February. At that time i a- member of.the S9th Battalion, a Calgary unit. He is a lumber man and. was" residing: at- Brooks1 before' joining .the Canadian army...... VCAPT...T. WATKYNS-HANCOCK is a'.former mounted policeman. He was serving-as staff sergeant of the Mac-, leod detachment when offered a com- mission-as lieutenant with the Kilties. He has tafeeh his captain's. commis- sion since joining. He was a member of the Fifth Battalion Rifle Brigade in the Old Country. CAPT. C. M. SCADDAN conies from Grassy Lake. He joined the Kilties 3n January as a Ueutenant. and has recently-been promoted. He is a South African veteran, haying served there the Imperial Light Horse. He is also a former member of the R, N. W, M-" P. He is a nephew of Hon. Mr. Scaddan, former premier of "West Australia. CAPT- E. ,E- F. HISCOCKS was granted a commission in the 113th Lethbridge Highlanders last January- He has been promoted to a captaincy while training at Sarcee Camp. Capt. Hiscocks comes from Blairmore where he was town secretary-treasurer. He born in London, Eng. Before joining the Kilties he was a member of the 13th 0. M. R- CAPT. LIONEL ASQUITH has bsen a Lethbridge resident since 1906, com-i Ing here" from He served! with an English regiment in the South African war. During the greater part df' lys -residence in Lethbridge he has b.een a prominent real estate broker.! He baa been promiviont in S. Q. E, and; Kentish Association circles. On two -occasions he was a candidate for al- dermauic honors. RICHARDS is in charge of the regimental silver-band, which is pride of the battalion. He came to; tlie Highlanders from the 63rd Bat- talion, Edmonton, when the band was casting about for an efheient leader. The has. 29 pieces and is eo'n- Sarcee Camp has i5Ter boasted ;i_ieUT. EATON joined tho ranks of -thfc--KiKies vaH promoted step by to the rank of sergeant. Only, a few weeks ago be was granted a com- mission and has been busy qualifyjag He is a son of Frank E. fli the veil known Calgary barria- LIEUT> A. CORNELL is an Ed- monton man. He transferred to the Kilties from, an Edmonton regiment and was given a commission. LIEUT. W. V, EDWARDS is one of He is a Calgary man who joined the battalion here, taking his training course at the officers' school last win- ter. LIEUT; LOWE was attached to the Kilties until a Jew weeks ago when he left for the Old' Country with the draft of 200 officers for the Imperial forces. He is a Taber and is a veteran of the "South African war. was; for. several mohtlis an officer of the Kilties, but when the '.call came for" 200 super-' niimaries for the Imperial forces he was one of the' first to leave. He is a-' Calgary man.; LIEUT. T: C. MEWBURN is well kp.pwn.Jn Lethbridge, having managed the Eehtley Co. store here for some time. He'is a son of Mewburn ot Calgary, and a nephew of Lieut- Col. Mewburn who is now in charge of -the Duchess of Connaught hospital. He is "a former Kiltie officer and one Of the three Kitties to go with the draft of 200 Canadian officers to Eng- land. THE PASS TOWNS (From the Blairmore Enterprise) On September 5th, Thos. Merriman and Mrs. Sarah Carr, both of Cole- man, were united in matrimony by the Rev. D. M. Perley, at Fernie Meth- odist church. F. N. Fowler has sold out his ton-. I sorial parlor and pool room business' in Biairmore to Messrs: llirik Bros, of PIncher Creek. On September 4th. Labor Day, Dan- iel Rogers .and -Mrs. Jane Kelly, both: of Coleman, were' united in matri- mony at Fernie by the Rev, D. M. Perley. The Frank mine established a re- cord on Thursday o' this week, turn- ing out 1300 tons. It is expected that output from now on will be grad- ually increased and that by Christ- mas the average output will be ever 2000 daily as against an average of 1250 tons for the past month. De- velopment of the shaft 'mine-MS also progressing, and the output will very soon be increased from 250 to 400 tons daily. Pte. Chas. Ouimette has -been visit- ing his sister, Mrs. N. Murphy at Nel- son, and will continue on to Red Deer before returning to.'hisjioir.e at Cole- man. A. C. Beach received a message yes- terday from Vancouver, stating that his son'W. G. Beach was married on the 13th inst., to Miss Lydia Dax, of England. I week the .Blairmore pharm- acy, having been pur- chased from A. S. Tod, by E. D, 3tev- enson: of ONLY ONE NOMINATION The Pas, Man., Sept. Jess, returning officer, came in by the. Hudson Bay railway from Manitou last evening. "He said he re- ceived only one nomination Friday for Rupert's Land seat, that of John Mor- rison, ali Independent, of Grand Rap- ids. No deposit.had been made by Dr. A. Larose, Liberal, and G. H.-Ray, ex- M.L.A., for Churchill and Fort Nelson. UordiM', niunoly. High Klvor, Utticlcfo and Brant, with Cn.vloy a closo com- petitor. It's rciuarUublo recotd utut ono that cunuot. ciupllcuted la tmy othor in Hie Domin- ion of Ciuiadn, with over 5.281.7S0 bushels. 1-Icra-nro the otHclal llguros from tlio C. P! H. for the year oiidlng Scptcmbor 1st, 1016: High Uivcr Blackio Brant Cyyloy Aldersydo Knsign Mtmeppii On Thursday evening lastr after the regular coininunicatiou of Covuer- stone IxNltfO, A. F. a nil A. lire. P. G, behalf of the lodge, presented Bra. W. E. .M. Jlo'.nscs with a gold wrist watch. Bro. Hohnos was Junior Deacon of the and has been ncting Senior Dcucon the past yefir, and has always beoii a hard woriter in the" lodge. On Monday evening last, after the regular convo- cation of Golden West chapter. R. A. 3H., U. Ex-Comp. 11. H. Gould, on be- liulf of the chapter, presented Ex- Corn p. K. M. Holmes, with a tra- velling toilet set, am! expressed their wishes for his safe and speedy return from the front. Mr. Holmes expects to leave the latter part of the present week for Valcartier, where lie "will join the Railway Construction Corps. Her Corn Ache When pain brings you to Blue- jay, it means the end of corns. Blue-jay proves that corns are needless. And never again will you let a corn pain twice. The pain stops instantly. In 48 hours the corn com. plctely disappears. The action is gentle. No soreness results. It is sure and scientific and final. Millions of people keep free from corns itvthis easy, :simple way.. Please try it. Blue-jay is something you should not go without And nothing can talte its place.N 15 and 25 Druggists Also Blue-lay Uuniou Plasters BAUER i BLACK. Chicago Nav ?ork llak.ra of sorglcal DnuaingB, ato. jay Ends Corns LIMIT, THURSER "5s teaching Mtool lit Ctrditon when the call went tor men for the 113th Lethbridge Iflfhlttdcra He immediately resign- null Joined the new unit, lie was GASOLINE per gallon FOROGdRAGt NEWS FROM (From Our Own Correspondent) school liegan last Tues- Miss Edna Coffin p.s teacher. Miss Coffin has proved, herself an ef- ficient teacher and" the patrons of the school should co-operate to maintain a full and regular attendance. Harvest is in full suing in this district. Much of the grain'has "been cut on the green side, but since the heavy rain storm of a .week ago, the grain has been near maturity' and although sdmewhat lodged, nearly all will be cleaned up. by the.binderJ There is an abundance oVharvest help and with two .weeks more good weather the grain will practicaily all be harvested.'. No frost ao far. Mr. and L. R. Snapp wera vis- iting -the fatters parents last .Tues- day. Miss Elsie Thornburgh, of Hagprs-1 town, Indiana, was visiting with Mr. friends ..ill. Watson, .teacher of Sleepy Hollow school, was calling ou friends'in-this vicinity. 'Rev. .Faichney-.preached well filled house in Milk K River. .Sunday night. Mr. Faichney will apeak again next Sunday'nig-ht at 7.30 p.m. R- HIGH- RIVER (From the Times) High "River people will ho interest- ed in the announcement of tile mar- riage of- Miss rioslna of Nelson. H. C., to Mr. Arthur Brnest Pickfbrd. on Tuesday, Sept 191.G. The bride resided for several: years in High River with her Brother, Mr. C. A. GIgot. James Thompson, who is employed on W. 0. McDougalPs farnuhl Tongue Creek, Joined the 191st' battalion on Sept. 4th. Mr. Thomfsftr. 'is 11 native of Kansas, but ifi pone in active sympathy, vifti, the cause of the allies. .He is' a-man com- mands wages as a machine man and-this he WBS wlllinf to'sacrifice in order his part-'ln tlie Hun. He will, report for duty on Cctofier 20th. Tlie. JtU A Valuable Feature of a Joint Account opened with the Bank of Canada in the names of two persons, is that If one dies the family funds are not tied up just when they are likely to be most needed. The survivor can withdraw, the money without delay or formality. Think it open a Joint Account OF CANADA Lcthbrid.se Branch Grassy Lake1 Branch G: H. Tinning. Manager H. E. Sumls, Acting Jfiinngcr WE GUARANTEE THE Jubilee Spark Intensifier To fire any spark plug with two points left on it. It will fire better than new. Can be attached to any make of car withftame good results. A well known Ford Salesman In Alberta IB a wonderful device and does al! you state. 1 am recommending them to my friends, and shall be glad if you will send me two sets per return. I have certainly to make hills on which 1 could not make before, and the general improvement is WILL GIVE EQUALLY AS GOOD RESULTS QN GAS ENGINES It makes you? spark always visible, night or day, and locates instantly, a broken wire connection or ignition trouble of any kind. Price: each, or set ol i. Exclusive Distributors for Canada and Great Britain: WILLS STANDEN 50 CALGARY, ALBERTA, CANADA Out of Town Dealers Write for Exclusive Agency. DOMINION OF- CANADA of ]5% Bonds Maturing; 1st October, 1931. ..PAYABLE AT PAR AT V.i. OTTAWA, HALIFAX, JOHN, CHARLOTTETOWN, MONTREAL, WINNIPEG. H REGINA, CALGARY, .VICTORIA.- 5 .INTEREST'PAYABL-E HALF-YEARLY, .Isf APRIL, 1st OCTOBER. H PRINCIPAL AND INTEREST PAYABLE IN GOLD. ISSUE PRICE A FULL-HALF-YEAR'S INTEREST WILL BEtPAID pNf.lst-APRIL, 1917.' .THE PROCEEDS OF THE LOAN WILL BE USED FOR WAR PURPOSES ONLY.' THE MINISTEB-OF herewith, on behalf of the Government, the 'above named B9nds for subscription at pavable as.follows 10 per cent on application, 30 Ibth Octobsi, 1916, 30 15th November, 1916, 2Zfc" 1( 1 oth'Dni-embei, 1916 The total allotment of bonds of this issue will be limited to one hundred million dollars exclusive of the amount (if any) paid for. by. the surrender of bonds as the equiva- lent cash under the terms of the War Loan prospectus of 22nd November, 1915. The instalments may be paid in full on the 16th day of October, any instalment due date thereafter, under discount at the rate of lour per cent per annum. All payments are to be made to a chartered bank for; the credit of the Minister of Finance. Failure to pay any instalment when, due; will render previous payments liable to forfeiture and the allotment to cancellation. Subscriptions, accompanied by a deposit of ton per cent of the amount subscribed, must be forwarded through the medium ofia'chartered bank. Any branch in Cannda of any chartered 'bank will receive subscriptions and issue provisional receipts. This loan is authorized under Act of the Parliament of Canada, and both principal and will be a charge upon the Consolidated Revenue Fund. I orms of application may be obtained from any branch in C imda of anj chartered bank and at the office of any Htmt TliepuerXjeneral in Canada. Subscription" must be for even hundreds of dollars. In j i o of partial illotments tlie surplus deposit will.he.; ippl ed towards of the amount due on the October instalment, certificates non negotiable or payable to. bearer in utordnncx mtn iht ouuiuu uf the applicant for registered or bearer bonds.nvill be issued, after allotment, in exchange for the provi lonal receipts Uhcn the scrip certihoates have been paid in full and pa endorsed thereon by the bank receiving the money they ma be exchanged for bonds, when prepared, ttilh coaprn attached, payable to bearer or registered as to principal, or for fully registered bonds, when prepared, without coupons, in the application. of scrip certificates and of bonds will be made through the chartered banks. The. issue uill lie exempt from any in pursuance of legislation enacted by the Parliament'of Canada. i The bonds with coupons will be issued in denominations of S500, registered bonds without: coupons will be isstetj 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 al the office of the Assistant Receiver General at Halifax, St. John, Charlottotown, Montreal, Toronto, Winnipeg, llegina, Calgary, or, Victoria. The interest on the fully'registered bonds will be paid by cheque, which will be remitted by post. Interest on bonds with coupons! will be paid on surrender of coupons. Both cheques and coupons will be payable free of exchange at any branch in Canada of any chartered bank. Subject to the payment of twenty-five cents for each new bond issued, holders of fully1, registered bonds without coupons'-will have iho right to convert into bonds of the .denomination of with coupons, and holders of bonds with coupons will -have the right to convert into fully registeied bonds Of authorized denominations without coupons al any lime on application to the Minister of Finance. The books of the; loan will be kept at the Department of Finance, Application .will ije' made in due course for the listipg of tim ibSiie on tho Montreal and Toronto Stock Exchanges. Recognised bond'and stock brokers will be allowed a commission 'of one-quarter of one per cent on allotments 'made in respect of applications bearing their 'stamp, piovided, that no commission, will be allowed in respect of the amount of any allotment paid for by the surrender of bonds issued under tho War Loan prospectus of 22nd No commission will.be allowed in respect'of applications on forms which have not been printed by the King's Printer. Subscription Lists wili close on or before 23rd September, 1916. DEPARTMENT or FINANCE, OTTAWA, September 12th, 1916. V ;