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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 16, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta .WEDNESDAY, APRIL 16, THE DAILY UWIAM) TACK NINE LESS BUITEII AND PORK IN STORAGE BUI DULE BEEF AND MUITON Cogl of LiriBf Branch Imttrtztime tt Storage OTTAWA, AjrD batter IB oat April 1 abowB hi a report CMC of llvlM knack to taa of lakor. total annul of crwoaary In oa April -l to law that fc U rsr haaflfeai at talaar to thla liitai tut M tata paw as aw caatoWT Uai MswMftariM Tta (fcniaasjiiliia li 1. AJril 1 WM 8MJ47 r law oa No an lor lut flgnrw thia lew than !asi aactt mJ cat. )ass than lut qmaatltj ot V lull fa eiertwe oa April 1 dairy battar la atmauta lo i Mt pwuda, or II par rhan laat moath and trfan lut market hu aokjact to great o( prices tho lut report, IhW beinc 4ue fartlr to the ahortaca of supply to at 'ae precnt Ihno. Sucfa'a afcortafe was Tfci. li 88 per cert. tkai a auatk ago aad i> ctnt. thaa awt ta amount to only vkleh to par nat. leaa llaa lut nonti, In iplte of Ike tact new eu> are already to lot lato Tie comparison tu- na stww per cent. IM> la Morale Ills April than a year ago. b'ggs on ianti, other than In coM storape, sin- 1 cunt to dozen. This (j an la- i ol StVi por cent, over last month and 61'i jier cent, oror last i year, frozen ej63 auiouut to J anunils.'TliU Is ptr cent, lest ban Jast inoulh aud Gl? par cent, more aa last yuar. Pork, To9 JPurt in imounti to (H Of rhli, fnwu porli. Comptrleoii fiiurejjhow tUa to to 13H per cent than a laontb aso 20 cenl. ihjn a ajo. (resti cork am- ountt to pounds, or 30 per ,1. than a month aro, and 20 yx than a Pry aalted pork amounts to potudi, or 6 Cfnt. than a Bkontri ago and 14 per cent, more than a year sfo. Sveet pk-kled porlc Is pounds, or 25 per cent, lees than moalb and rer cent. ICES than a year aiu Tlia pork la process of cure is pounds, or 43 per it. leu than month and 3i per cent. Ids Iban a yaar ato. Much BMf Beef In Bturage amounti lo ponade. Of Ults, frozen beef amounts to or per cent, lets than laat moQlh and 89 per cent, more than a year aco. Unfrozen fresh beet anv ounti to pounds. MuHon Doubltd Toe total uponnt of mutton and HalT Starving (he Men So Thai They Will Have to Buy Food CAWJART, N'ortbland Alia., April The and stewards have. keen up tortheir iiraiiks again, accord- ing to W. J. Djrson. the travelling rep- rctenlatire of the Aroerta Returned Soldier Coaimlssion. For some now, indeed slncje all the rumpus tliat nan by (ho inciuirj' as to tha Ireatment .of reluming eoMIors on toard the Northland, there liave teen but few complaints on the score, oi food or accommodation. honrevor, lias not heen ihe case with toe men who crossed by the steamer Saturnia. As a matter ol fact, most bitter protests have been lodged, and these are supported by the pounds. Of thla, poundf were frozen. This Is 3S 2-3 per cent lhau a month ago and 113 per more (han a year ago. Un- frozen, mutton and Jamb a mount a to poundt. This Is per cent. leas Ihan a month tigo nod xubstantEal- ly the same as a year ago. The total poultry for lliia month amounts to ornfAriMm figures show tbis lo 'be cent, less than a month ago 144 per cent, more than a year Of thla the majority Iiss been cbuciried, but pounds have not ytf claeeifled. GlevDr Syrup of Figs' '_ i The total amount of flah in storage is poiindfi. Comparison fig- ures show this to bo 4 1-3 per cent. than a month ago and -181-3 per- cent. more than a year ago. Of this, pounds are in cold storage and pounds are on hand other jn cold storage. Syrup of Hgi" PuU dtrecfioM dose for end cksBrca sH tftt who are feofw-' coated, or full of coid, priotal ok the botUt, Lock" for ttt nwne ud >ccept .__ ...__.- ___ .._. Savings the 2-lth ol May... be held .as the a war, memorial fund. in cold on April 1 was whole of ihe western men who reached Calgary Monday evening. It is stated liat the cooks and stewards ot tho who ivera cashiered, after ,he inquiry, were signed on the Sa- .urnla, and the steamer had eft Liverpool before they commenced .0 "draw the coin" from the veterans. Tha old customary procedure was reported to. The men wore more than starved so that tho cooks and steward a might Lave the surplus food which was served up in pies and ID other ways. A meal of chicken cost (1.20. Three apples were retailed at J5 cents. Pies averaged 50 cents each, Bven a "quarter" waa charged lor sli ship's biscuits. It was Hobson's choice with the sol (liers. They were compelled to patron- ize the stewards, as much of the fowl that was served in the ordinary wa> was tainted and unfit for consump' tlon. Eggs -were absolutely "rotten" and the fish .so bad that it almott made' the soldiers ..vomit. j Bui this was not all. The steeping accommodation was foul.atid as many as-six Tnen were placed in a. compart; incnt nine feet by six feet. There was no aUenfpt at ventilation, and tho temperature; taken in (lie presence of the ship's officers, stood at 96. The sanitary conditions almost beg- gared description. Two wasli liaslnt, one closet and one hath had to serve more than 90 men. All ,these have been vouched as.typing correct toy Serjt.- Uajor CSilog, and Major Stote, all of by 79 AlbertiC men and 190 are ia British Columbia. -.The feature, vlthi this Was fhe Rccbmuioda- tlQtt 'and treatiie'ntt on the Canadian Pacific Raihyaytraiii. This, It is stat- nothing .to be desired. OTTAWA. April Ijadi Aid (rf the General fiospflal at Port Arthur has begun a campaign to raise by the donation of "War and Thrift Stamps. It is intended lo ioW fUled 150 War Savings cer- 1st, 1924. The monuy thus. laljed will form a nucleus YOU WILL FIND MERE A COMPLETE.AMORTajENT TO ALL YOUR IN THIS LINE AND OUR PRICES ARE SURE TO TO 'ftjoti. 13-pIr How, 50ft 34-iach 4-ply 50ft Lawtb with Coupfinjs. Lagtlu wift Corrugated 50ft ItofA witk Lawi to HICK-SEHL HARDWARE Co. GENERAL HARDWARE, rLUMUNO AND MIATlNfl. PHONE 782 unllT.January 1st, 3924, the tS.OCO thas Inrested In W: S. Stamps will represent liq.tlOO. .War Sa.Tlngs societies are being or- ganized In the shops of the Canadian Car Co. at Fort William and Port Ar- hur. It Is eipected that in these shops J1.200 Trorth of War Sayings Stamps will be taken up monthly. Tho Port Arthnr Pulp company War Say- ings wjcietywhich eipecls to roll up loO a month.- Orlllia Board of Trade Is actively in- terested in Ihe War Savings campaign. President Peacock and Vice-President .McBain have contributed in priies lor essays on Thrift, the com- petition lo.be open to scholars in the local schools. -Four priies are ordered and the awards -will be made in War Savings and Thrift Stamps. The school commission of Sher- brooke is financing the Thrift cam- among tho school children of that city. Revel stoke, B. C., sold, J600 worlh ot Slanrps during last rhonth. The Cal- Thrift club is Increasing its nembenhlp, twelve members baf- Ing sow been enrolled. All persons Joining pledge themselvcB to purchase worth ot Stalhps during the' Daring the rectnt "drive." at Calgary tu .1 L 4 Wonicn's.fCaiiadteniCluh, had a 'booth.In tun Company's store and, on one day, sold }250 worth of Stamps. In the Grand. Theatre, women during one 'perform- ance, sold worth of Stamps. In Manitoba the War Savings Com- mittee is arranging to give prizes for be-best record In per capita sales among the schools. In Reglna, Sask., there has been a heavy run on Stamps in the public sclfools. The :public school board ad- vanced J200 to finance sales among he school children, but so great' waa the demand for Stamps that this anv ouat was found to bo'quite inadequate. Hegina expucts to set up a high mark reading Smart'B harges, Mr. Lemlenr remarked that they; were nothicg- new. During the easlon ot rumors came to .the Wear Your Clothes Another Season Get. all possible Wear otit of them. We will put your clothes jn shape for many more months of service. Send us your dresses, skirts and also your hus- band's clothes. .We'll' for you. in sales to school children. To date children in the schools of Winnipeg have bought 000 worth of War Savings and Thrift In that city the Thrift soci ety in the Hudson's Hay store has alono disposed of worth ol Stamps. 'Medicine Hat, Alia., lias just finish ed a very successful "drive." renew Our cleanirfj and dyeing ser- vice is economical. A phom call will bring us. V-'J Our City Dyeing and Qeaning Works PINM444 418 Fatt St S. Til Influence at. Argyle House aid ilr George Perley, were being Impaired througli the htrusion of outside influences. The government appointed Dr. Bruce, one the best surgeona In Canada, to In- and here Mr. Lemleui reai) the conclnslona o[ Dr. Brace's tirat report. Sir George rPerley, Mr, Le- mleux vent on, found that report so evere against tie government that he thought by appointing another com- nisalon, the gorernrqent might per- laps erode responsibility. Sir William Baptle, an Imperial officer, was ap- pointed with other commissioners, and. :he the.new cOuiiuission wai' Wedneadsy. HELD BY GERMANS to InwBlijate GETS C. P; R. STOCK ridlcaloiu o! attain. Sir.George Perley inatMd of stand- ing br the C-aadiar. officer, wUo had fearlessly done duty by tbe (OTen- tnent and vj Vic Canadian army dis- France. Sir Sara Hughes: "He did not dis- miss Dr. Bruce actu- ally dismissed him and he did not jrt Dr. Bruce position In Dr. Bruce lot Ihe poaltion Mr. LemleuT proceeded tiat Sir raomas White hail giren Imprea- sion that the Bruce report, wai tabled. At a meeting of Hie city council it was decided ttiat the ctty adopt the fast time and real clocks moved forward one hoar at mldalcbt TORONTO, April Acting for tie under-jecretary of state, C. C. Bob- Ins on this morning secured from Mr. Justice Masten at Hall an or- der vesting. the minlsfcr of nnasce and receiver-general of Canada securi- ties of the Canadian Northern Rail- way and other subsidiary and constit- uent companies In the names of en- emies. The holdings of 2S enemies were Involved. -The Hat per in Germany; 'Egypt, Porlugj! anrl elsewhere. weurltiea of The s were spodad up on account of ol (he approach of puce The total value ii', (ho in the neighborhood H M a vetcr-n 0 I11 c doctor, died at Budlwrj, Oil OTTAWA. April press o Canada, said Hon. Mr. Iximleux, speak ing In tho Hotiso yesterday In conncC tton with other charges agalns', Ih overseas militia dcparttnenf, was ask fng for an inveatigalion of the cbarg Ho read fr'om a newspaper editor lal which !hat Cnnadn was en lltleil to know the trulh about Hi cliarges, good or tjnci; and that tli government should not bn afraid I probo for it not Matter who was hur Mr. I.emleiix stated that lie waa li formed that a report that (he clal administration tho ovcraei medical department had been made b Cot. Jerkins nl tiie'request of the oror- seas inllltlit officials. H was ihosl im- portant that this report should he tub- led In Iho lionse during, thn present ae.ssion. r'rom information which ho had he understood Col. Jen- kins had found n leakage of 000 (ri'llie finances of Ihe overseas medical department. The .icnkins ro- yiifl was now In hands o( Sir Kd- warrt Kemp. U was Impossible to say when It wonTd -fa 'presented to the government, but Mr. Lemleux insist- ed Ihat it shonM be laWed as soon as possiblft. to Ihe charges made by Gen. Smarl, Mr. Lemfeux slated lliat thlj officer, a member, of the Quebec, legls- served -tilt-King and country faithfully anil well. On his rclurn from front lie had (clt It his dnty to'lell tho people (if Cdrimla that din moving factors. In tho medical service over- were Influence ami IHtll. He htxl spoken of tlio bad (real- moiil sivni lo wonndcd sicli ('aim dlaii and tratcil it lo llio A DOMINION TIRE "KJOBB.' it unrrmal hmirite. LH popular with ownert ol big touriaf can smd tboM who drift the lew "NOBBY TREAD" TIRES protarfrpnal But the big npb do not xccount lor of popularity. It U the workmansSip-tKe superb the creative of construction -that make "NOBBY TRENDS" WVn you consider their grtatw tW wonderliH cbrafeKty and their sTee- dom from oiAianj lira their greater CMOTM CdBUOft IH dfIT" ing, -NOBBY TREADS' ate the moat aeonenriuj yoa can put your car. DOMmiOIflHHEB TUBES" ttt DOMINION THES no ordinary tuim. naes an dhtribtrted DOMIRION RUBBCK SYSTEM BRANCHES and fcf taw ;