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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 13, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta TUESDAY, At'GlTST 13, 1918 fHK LKTHTmiTX-.E HERAt.H PAGE T1IUKE rHAT SQN-IK-LAW QF PA1S By Wellington (Canadian Press Dispatch trom Hell lers Umiled.) 'Mi. conjoin board ot the Brltlsli scientific socle ties' appointed to report on the utiliza- tion of the water power or tho Empire point out in their report tint Great utilizes only 8.3. per cent of ils: available Germany utillzV, 43 per cent I'roin ihis .they ilravr the tolloiylug conclu- sions: First, (bit the potential water cr of the Empire amounts in tho as-1 srega'te .to nt, least, lifts' to seventy million horsepower; second, that.much of this is capable ol immediate econ- omic development; third, that with the- exception -o[ Canada, Xew .Xex- land, and to a. less extent; New South Wale's and Tasmania, no systematic attempt has yet made by any government lo ascertain the true pbs- stbllitlel'of liydraulic resources. In ita lerrl'qr'y or. lo cbllccrl relevant dati Fourthly, that the development or the natural resources is Insep- arably connected vith Uui of Us .wa- ter powers." Fifth, that a development cirrying 'such 'enormous f ossibillties should not be left to chance hut shouU be carried .out under the guidance o i gome, competent aulhorlty.i Titei that tee government should tafce.steps to'fprm an Imperial .board or commission to Include representatives ot all the Do- minions lo Investi- gate and advise Ihe stale as to devel- opments'vthicnVit might assi'l or In HAVE SUSPICIONS OF INCENDIARISM Montreal, Aug. fourth fire in two davs and the a fortnight In yards where hay, weed snd coal stored In quan- tities lead the authorities to sus- pect strongly that organized Incen- ci'ariem Is >t the of these outbroke. The lileit fire occur- red lait night on'the premises of and cauted a of 000. The at the Mont- real Blicult Company on Monday of last week was attended by cir- cunutihtn that are also regarded with strong duction' of coal to the tnd that threat- ened shortage ceil winter may be avoided. The President asfcs the min- :rs particularly to work full Hrno anil urges those who are essential to Hie Industry to accept deferred classifi- cation In the drati MINERS1'PAPER REVIVED which SUSP Mslricl .uspemli Ledger of Fernie. cd publication three If HI FARES been wrought by thcTlialtlcs which raged for tho pos- session ot Mont Dirtier and Moreull. Minister Klolz Ihen visited Ills chal- eau at Avencourt, not far from Jlont I Didtcr and found it in ruins. In ad- dition to destroying the building the Hermans had damaged anil wrecked all Its contents. The minister obtain ed as a souvenir an enemy machine gun '.hat had been operated in a bat tery from his park. Premier Cloraonceau and Minister Klolz discussed Ihe military situalloi with Marshal Foch and General retain, Humbert, and Itan linson. years ago, lias been rcviveil and (ho irst' August S. The paper Is owned, controlled and pub Ished by District No. IS. United Mine Workers of America. Tho District Ledger. Coster-child o[ the Fernie Led ger, which latter was successor to the Lodger, edited by l.otvrle, the dean o B. C- newspaperdom. made its initia how" to the public in 1005. It was suspended July 25, MID. For the next year the paper will be published In Fcrniu. liut removal t Calgary is contemplated as that 1 now the center of the organization There arc now 3S locals in District IS .which extends north ol Edmonton. STREET CAR STRIKE IN OTTAWA NOW Oltiwa, Aug. Ottawa Street Railway System is com- pletely tied up today as a result of the strike which ;.t five o'clock this morning. Not a slrett car appeared this mornlnij and the belated business people had to walk to their work in a downpour of rain. There has batn no trouble. Dalroit, Aug.: one minule past midnight "this morning the city ot Detroit, Ihrough its .corporation coun- sel secured a circuit-court injuacliou against the... Detroit United Railways Company preventing ..that company from evadine the newly, enacted or- dinance, which became effective at midnight and which provides [or a flvo cent [are on all city lines. The city's action forestalled the an- nounced intention ot the traction com. lo secure' an. Injunction m Fed- T eral court ogatastIho operation of the unfon m.'thls cityi.yes- ordtrfa.uce. terclay. President Jlarsden .O. ,.Scott the company ,lo col- a cablegram from Marshal Foch led' 'which' began' on printers, saying: dilute. Saturday led to the refusal of hundreds of passengers lo" pay the increased sum' and resulted in' rioting and tho damaging of several cars. addressed printers, saying: factory, like the trench, is a post of combat. Tho duly Is not to abandon it before the enemy. My .cbm- jliiuents'lo your union for.having un- derstood .it so vreli." Twenty-four new locals were char- tered during the year. A service, flag containing stars; nrcacntea- to the Inlemalional union by the Scran- ton local was dedicated during lhe day. are'-lbo. chang'qs. in time 61 the" trains leaving and arriv- ing at Lethb'fidge. The change will take effect Sunday at midnight: (Special to the Kernte, Aug. playing with companions on the house tracl! al the Great Northern Station yester- day evening Johnnie Carasclla fell fro'm car which they were run. ning along the track and .bno wheel passed over his body In the region of the abaomen, Indicting severe bruises and causing him great pain and shock.. lie'was taken to lhe liospilal where Dr. Asaclsllne attended-to his Injur t Says II Is Suicide to Cut Corns and Tells Kovt They tift Right Phone 1619 P.O. Box 805 CHARTERED HGCOIHB EVERYTHING IN ACCOUNTING AUDITS, INVESTIGATIONS, SYSTEMS INSTALLED, INCOME TAX RETURNS, BUSINESS TAX RETURNS, BOOK-KEEPING, FINANCIAL STATEMENTS. Henderson, Reid and Paterson Room G, Dominion Building 612 Fourth Avenue S. Tractor Repairs We specialize In rclioring Baa tractor cylinders, and tilting oversize pistons and rings. We have In stock at present ovefslzo pistons tor all popular makes of gas tractors. Ford Engines Rebored NIVEN 216 1st Avc. S. BROS. Phone 1732 PHONE 733 FOR THE 0. K. REPAIR SHOP Shoes and Small .Machinery Third Ave. KNAPMAN PLUMBING AND HEATINQ CO. Phone 1892 710 Flflh S. Reliable Shoe Repairs THE CITY BOOT AND SHOE REPAIR SHOP H; LANGLEY, Prop. 40S 2nd Ave. S. I'hone 1731 Next Fire Hall Mairtebd. Effective with' the ch.ango, of'time JCss. 511 and: BIS-will run'-through" to .will leave Calgary at 8.50.'arrive L'e'thbrldge leave I-ethbridge arrive Medicine Hat No. 511 will leave Medicine Hat 12 LelhbrUlge arrive Calgary No. Lelhurldgo and Crow's Kest Points, which handles lhe Cal giry-L-sthbrldsa'HEd Calgary-Spnlisinr sleepers, will leave Calgary at arriving LrfJthbrldgo and No. 543 will IMire at and ar rife Calgary Nfo. 637'wlll'Uave Macleod at ami arrive Calgary and No. 64' at and arriv. Mucleod The service telncen LeUiunuBo and "'Colitis 'and LethbrldBC and will Irl-weeKly, sUrllng from Jlacleod. II is' lionnced.ihe Greal Northern twten Ofeat Kails mid Sweet Urass will also bo''triweekly. TfaW wni leave Macleod wcdnefrlay and Friday, arrive [.sllbrWite leave arrive Coutts leave Coutls rive Titln will leave I.elhbridge Tues- diyi anil Saturday rriviog Cardslon retumfr.g leave arrive bitdge arrive ieod Tub irnln.service between and wiir fce': leave Wednesday, arrive ixmioml .Leire'.l.o'mond arrive SulflMd. The between Leth brUge and Manybs-rlea will Je; leave LethWdge Tueadsys live JUnyberrles leave Manv. herrlM 'Wednesday, arrive Lull. iridfe "PAL" BATTALION Aug U-Recrultli'ii han Iwgun (ot a "pal" batlallon of the woman's auxiliary army corps for ser- vlct.wllh the American Kxneillttontrr totctr Five Inonsanrt >rt liaeded and women uho ire IriCnlr Ml lo cnlht Washinglou, Aug. miners and operators are called upon in n proclamation, by President Wilson to give their maximum effort to the pro- You simply say lo tho drug store man, "Give me a quarter ol an ounce of ireezone." This will cost very little but is sufficient to re- move every hard or soft corn from one's feet.'' A few drops applied directly up- on a tender, aching com should re- lievo1 the soreness instantly, and soon ihe eutire corn, root anil all, can be lifted out .with the .fingers v.'ithbut pain. This ncvv drug called freezone is an ether compound discovered by a Cincinnati man, who says that while fr'ee'zone is slicky it dries in a mo- ment, and simply shrivels un lhe com without Inflaming or even ir- ritating the surrounding tissue or skin. Don't !el father die of infection _nr lockjaw from whittling at his corns, but cut tills out, and mate him try Machinery and Tractor Repairs V OF ALL KINDS Cylinders rebored and refitted wilh new pistons. Gears and grates for all popular makes, ol engines. G-Kischel Lessee of the Lethbridge Iron SUPPLIES ANCHOR-DONALDSON UNE POPULAR SERVICE Canada to Glasgow For full information apply to Agents or Company's Oiflee, 270, Main St, Winnipeg- SANK BRITISHER. An Atlantic Port, Aug. A Brit sh merchant steamer was' sunk cenlly oil the North. All antic Coasl, according to the second officer ot the Gernun submarine which acnt nine Railing schooners lo Ihe ofl oeorges Banx Saturday and' Sunday This report was given members ot tho crew of the Kate'- Palmer, a schooner, when they taken aboard U-boat prior to the destruc lion of their .vessel. The finhermer did not learn tho name ot the Brillsh DEMAND EXPULSION Of QEN. KORVATH n H o gs Want e d Millions of men in the scores of millions abroad and on this want Canadian Bacon. This world-wide demand assures good prices for- the hogrS you can raise. Buy more brood sows select registered fatten morepigs. If you need money for any of these pur- poses, see .the Manager. The Merchants Bank.igl.always. ready to make loans 'to progressive farmers, MCRCHANTS BANK SELLING OUT OWING TO ILLNESS A Kooiillng House and con- tents in good locality. Doing a good business. Will sell for rea- sonable price., APPLY TO.JOS. FERDINA, 7th St. S. opposite Gait Gardens or F. A.' ROGERS, 546 1tlh Street North Phone 1155 20Z-6 Aug. A Router's Limited from Vladkosto mdtr date ot August 8, says lhat Ih (Ifslritt X'enislvos hande'd an u timatmn to Ihe consular corps, d mundlng ihe Immediate1 expulsion o General Horvath, nelt-proclilmed die- lilor of Siberia. The ZemBlVoarfhreal- ens to suspend its functions I! this de- mand not tccertwl to. ASPHYXIATED' Calgary, Aug. Itr-ptiregfMInK the wirnlng o( the .well John Rife, near Bnopresi, Into tie well tnd wu ainhyilated. The nody ctnnot be tnd tly are liking attorney for'perrBlMlon (6 (111 tho USB It a: a A Head Office OF t.EIHBRIDOE BRANCH, MONARCH BRANCH, NOBLBFORD CAN ADA. Established 1 864. H, J. iJlNNlKG, Mn'tfer. .V. A.'KBBRLY, M. A, KILPATRICK, Aclinf Mjo.ler. Dr.A.T.Sp.ankie M.D., C.M. EVE, EAR, NOSE AND THROAT SPECIALIST Olllco rooms 121-122 Neiv -P. Burns 8th AYJ. Sl.-Easl, Calgary. Oltlce .Phone 5I2S18 Residence Phohe .M2077 Interne and' HOUEO Burgeon, Slanhatton Bye, Ear, Noso and Throat Hospital, New York Clly, 1511-lDH-' Specialist to Calgary School Board AWO ALL KINDB Of JfllCAL WORK. McKenzlc Js Co M7 711 I fcCo. 1 J THE ROY ELECTRIC Electrical Contracting ol all kinds. 'Agents lor the V.'orid Famous Dclco Light Country wiring a specially. 518 4th Avenue Box 334 Phone 735 THE DEPART- MENT OF AGRICULTURE HAS OPENED A BUREAU 'lN THE BOARD OF TRADE OFFICES LETHBRIDGE To secure, and distribute farm labor. Farmers -wishing to secur help should apply immediate! to MR. J. A- WEIR, who ha charge of thii free service. PHONE 1603 Auctioneering TO FARMERS AND OTHERS: Having recently returned from the front I have had my auction, ecr's license renewed and ivlll again take-up that business in Southern Alberta, .where I-am well-linoivn throughout tho coun-. try.' I hereby .solicit .your sales. .Results arc my best aiKerlisQ. nienl. Phone 1692 -Yours very Iruly, CAPT. GEO. P. PORTER _ freelSEIiion 'Sheet Metal Works k Expert Hot Air Furnaeo Phone 1713 S30 6th St S. Lcthbrldge, Alberta j. AUTO LIVERY NIGHT TRAIN OR HOSPITAL CALLS, LETHBRIDGE HOTEL. CLOSED CAR PHONE 1324 THE CANADIAN BANK OF COMMERCE FAIL TO Loedon. Aug. The admiralty announced today tiafslx Brltlih mo- tor hire tiOti to return from a rcconholtrlcg expedlllon the west Frlalaiid-Coast ot Holland. Col. F. 3. Murray, y.'ho irio'hlllzed Iho! commanding officer accomptnleil H ovcrieas In 1510, flrrhel home SR EDMUND WALK1K, C.V.O., LUD., DAL, PraMm KV.F.XJNEiArflOenlr Careful attention is feiven to the'bahk- jife rfequirements of farmers, with whom an Important part of the business of this Bank is transacted. Farmers may rely upon prompt and courteous service. Lethbridge Branch- O Brymner, Mgr. DRAYING Of All WesternTransferCo, Limited r. n. Fr.ioiit PHCNCI JiJJ lUb'M Nursing Mission MILK From tuocrenlosla-tes.ted com, sltch milk for batlcs may do so dally. Tho milk Is free to those who caifnot pay tor'itj aail at coat to those who can. AUCTIONEER In Block and farm machinery. Sales conduol- eil In any part of Alhtrla. P.LAVALLEY COALDALE, ALBERTA For Dales Riii r.stcs.OsIl Tho Dowsley Land Agency, bridge. Phone 18M GEORGE MORGAN V' HOLISli bECORATOR 964 11th St'S. .1483 Reliable Work Done, at THE WAR VETERAN WHEN YOU HAVE A i JOB TO OFFER L. A. H. Roosa Transfer Ve meet ill -Day ind Night. See ut at Depot, or Phone 1563 i' PIcasE noHFy., Sec'y Vetcruit' 04 Phone 372 ;