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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 13, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta AtGUST 1918 fMR DAILf PAGE THREE THAT SONINLAW OF PAS y Wellington WYHtlPIT DOWN FOR HIS rr OVER A BIG POSSIBILITIES OF WATER POWER OF HAVE SUSPICIONS OF INCENDIARISM Canadian Press Dispatch from Reu ters conjoint board of the British scientific socie ties appointed to report on the utiliza tion of the water power of the Empire point out in their report that Great Britain utilizes only per cent of its available mater power whereas Germany 43 per From tills they draW the following conclu sions that the potential water pow cr of the Empire amounts in the ag gregate to nt least fifty to seventy million horsepower that much of this is capable of immediate econ omic that with the exception of New Zea and to a leas South Wales and no systematic attempt has yet been made by any government to ascertain the true pos sibilities of hydraulic resources in its territory or to cbllect relevant datf that the development of the Empire natural resources is Insep arably connected vith tint of Its wa ter that a development carrying such enormous possibilities should not be left to chance but should be carried out under the guidance of competent The committee recommends that the government should take steps to form an Imperial board or commission to include representatives of all theDo minions and to investi gate and advise the state as to devel opments which It might assist or in fourth fire in two the sixth In a fortnight in where weed and coal are stored In quan tities lead the authorities to sus pect strongly that organised Ineen dariom is at the back of these The fire occur red last night on the premises of Elie and caused a loss of The fire at the Mont real Biscuit Company on Monday of last week was attended by cir that are also regarded with strong CANNOfcIiT SIXCENT FARES one minute past midnight this morning the city of through its corporation coun secured a circuit court injunction against the Detroit United Railways Company preventing that company from evading the newly enacted or which became effective at midnight and which provides for a five cent fare on all city The citys action forestalled the an nounced intention of tho traction com pany to secure an injunction in Fed eral court against tho operation of the The attempt of the company to col lect six cent which began on Saturday led to the refusal of hundreds of passengers to pay the increased sum and resulted in rioting and the damaging of several CLEMENCEAU SEES Clemen ceau and Minister of Finance during their visit at the battle inspected at length the frightful de struction that had been wrought by the battles raged for the pos session of Mont Didier and Minister Klotz then visited his chat eau at not far from Mont Didier and found it in In ad dition to destroying the building the Germans had damaged and wrecked all its The minister obtain ed as a souvenir an enemy machine gun that had been operated in a bat tery from his Premier Clemenceau and Minister Klotz discussed the military situation with Marshal Foch and Generals Debeney and Raw dtiction of coal to the fin threat ened shortage next winter may be The President asks the min ors particularly to work full time and urges those who arc essential to the Industry to accept deferred classifi cation In the MINERS1PAPER REVIVED The District Ledpcr of which suspended publication three years has been revived and the first issue appeared August The paper is controlled and pub lished by District United Mine Workers of The District fosterchild of the Fernie Led which latter was successor to the edited by the dean of made its initial bow to the public in It was suspended July For the next year the paper will be published in hut removal to Calgary is contemplated as that is now the center of the are now 38 locals in District extends north of TYPOS GET PRASE CHANGES IN TIME TABLE HERE are thj changes in time of the trains leaving and arriv ing at The change will take effect Sunday at midnight The train which has been Calgary at for Cards uplifting nt Aldersydetot and Medicine will be discontinued between Calgary and Lethbridge via Effective with the change oftime 511 and 512 will run through to Calgary will leave Calgary at arrive Lethbridge leave Lethbridge arrive Medicine Hat 511 will leave Medicine Hat 12 arrive Lethbridge leave 16 arrive Calgary 544 for Lethbridge and Crows Nest which handles the Cal garyLethbridge and CalgarySpokane will leave Calgary at arriving Lethbridgo and 543 will leave Lethbridge at and ar rive Calgary at 5S7 will leave Macleod and arrive Calgary and 540 will leave Calgary at and arrive Macleod The service between Lelhbrldgd and Coutts and Lethbridge and Cardston will be starting from It is an nounced the Great Northern trainbe tween Great Falls and Sweet Grass will also be Train will leave Macleod Mon Wednesday and arrive Lethbridge leave arrive Coutts leave Coutts ar rive Lethbridge Train will leave Lethbrfdge Tues Thursday and Saturday at arriving Cardston and returning leave Cardaton arrive Leth bridge leave arrive Mac leod 18 Tbe trainservice between Suffleld and Lomond will be leave Suffleld arrive Lomond Leave Lomond Thursday arrive Suftield The train service between Leth bridge Many berries will eave Letnbridge Tuesdays ar rive Many berries leave Manv nerritH arrive Leth bridge PAL BATTALION has begun for a pal battalion of the womans auxiliary army corps lor ser vice with the American Kxpedltionary Five thousand women aro jiaodeil und women who iru Iricn MO iiivlteU to enlist FERNIE LAD Special to the Herald playing with companions on the house track at the Great Northern Station yester day evening Johnnie Carasella fell from a hand car which they were run ning along the track and one wheel passed over his body in the region of the inflicting severe bruises and causing him great pain and He was taken to the hospital where Asselstlne attended to his injur There were no broken bones and it is from his condition that no internal injuries of a serious nature have been and he seems to be on the road1 to rapid re SANK An Atlantic Brit iah merchant steamer was sunk re cently off the North Atlantic according to the second officer of the German submarine which sent nine fishing schooners to the bottom off Georges Bank Saturday and This report was given members of the crew of the Kate a fishing when they wero taken aboard the Uboat prior to the destruc tion of their Tho fishermen did not learn the name of the British DEMAND EXPULSION HORVATH dispatch to Routers Limited from Vladivostok under date of August says that the district Zemstvog have handed an ul timatum to the consular de manding the immediate expulsion of General selfproclalmad dic tator of The Zemstvos ens to suspend Its functions If this de mand Is not acceded WAS ASPHVXIATRO the wsrnlnt of tbe well John near into the well and was The body cannot be recovered and the fam ily asking the attorney general for permission to fill the 4n and use it aa a FAIL TO admiralty announced today that six British mo tor boats have failed to return from a reconnoitring expedition aitoug the west Frlsland Coast of who mobilized the 61st battalion at and as Its commanding officer accompanied it overseas iu iiuv arrived the op ening session of the International Ty pographical Union in this city President Marsden Scott read a cablegram from Marshal Foch addressed to the saying The like the is a post of The duty is not to abandon it before the My com pliments to your union for having un derstood it so Twentyfour new locals were char tered during the A service flag containing presentedto the International union by the Scran ton local was dedicated during the miners and operators are called upon in a proclamation by President Wilson to give their maximum effort to the pro Says It Is Suicide to Cut Corns and Tells How They Lift Right You simply say to the drug store Give me a quarter ot an ounce of This will cost very little but is sufficient to re move every hard or soft corn from ones A few drops applied directly up on a aching corn should re lieve the soreness and soon the entire root and can be lifted out with the fingers without This new drug called freezone is an ether compound discovered by a Cincinnati who says that while freezone is sticky it dries in a mo and simply shrivels up the corn without Inflaming or even ir ritating the surrounding tissue or Dont let father die of infection or lockjaw from whittling at his but cut liiis out and make him try gTREET CAR STRIKE IN OTTAWA NOW Street Railway System is com pletely tied up today as n result of the strike which comrvnced lit five oclock this Not a street car appeared this morning and the belated business people had to walk to their wor in s downpour of There has beei no ANCHORDONALDSON LINE POPULAR SERVICE Canada to Glasgow For full information apply to Agents or Companys 270 Main Bacon Hogs Wanted Millions of men in the of millions abroad and on this Canadian This worldwide demand assures good prices for the hogs you can Buy more brood registered more If you need money for any of these pur see the The Merchants is always ready to make loans to progressive Trie BANK Head Office OF CANADA Established LE1HBRIDGE MONARCH NOBLGFORD Acting Acting THE CANADIAN BANK OF COMMERCE SIX EDMUND Prciidmt H AMiOsnL SIR JOHN Supi of Central Brsnchi RESERVE Careful attention is feiven to the bank jife requirements of with whom an Important part of the business of this Bank Is Farmers may rely upon prompt and courteous Lethbridge Phone 1619 Box 805 CHARTERED ACCOUNTANTS EVERYTHING IN ACCOUNTING SYSTEMS INCOME TAX BUSINESS TAX FINANCIAL Reid and Paterson Room Dominion Building 612 Fourth Avenue Machinery and Tractor Repairs OF ALL KINDS Cylinders rebored and refitted with new Gears and grates for all popular makes of Kischel Lessee of the Lethbridge Iron SELLING OUT OWING TO ILLNESS A Rooming House and con tents in good Doing a good AVill sell for rea sonable APPLY TO 7th opposite Gait Gardens or 546 Street North Phone 1155 2026 NOSE AND THROAT SPECIALIST Oft ice rooms 121122 New Burns Corner 8th and 2nd Office M2848 Uesidence Phone M2077 Interne and House Manhattan NOSQ and Throat New York 19 Specialist to Calgary School Board DRAYING Of All Hindi Limited PHCNBt 10M Nursing Mission PURE FRESH MILK From tuberculosistested cows Anyone requiring such milk for babies may do so The milk is free to those who cannot pay tor and at cost to those who Tractor Repairs We specialize In reborlng gas tractor and fitting oversize pistons and We have in stock at present oversize pistons for all popular makCH of gas Ford Engines Rebored N1VEN 216 1st Phone 1732 KNAPMAN PLUMBING AND HEATING Phone 1892 710 Fifth Reliable Shoe Repairs THE CITY BOOT AND SHOE REPAIR SHOP 408 2nd Phone 173 J Next Fire Hall PHONE 733 FOR THE REPAIR SHOP Shoes and Small Machinery 817 Third M ELECTRICAL AND ALL KINDS OF TRICAL Co PHONC M7 I I J THE ROY ELECTRIC Electrical Contracting of all Agents for the World Famous Dclco Light Country wiring a 518 4th Avenue Box 334 Phone 735 Auctioneering TO FARMERS AND OTHERS Having recently returned from the front I have had my auction eers license renewed and will again take up that business in Southern I am wellknown throughout the coun I hereby solicit your are my best advertise Phone 1692 Yours very PORTER FARM LABOR THE PROVINCIAL MENT OF AGRICULTURE HAS OPENED A BUREAU IN THE BOARD OF TRADE OFFICES LETHBRIDGE To secure and distribute farm Farmers wishing to secure help should apply Immediately to who has charge of this free PHONE 1603 f reel Elliott Sheet Metal Works Expert Hot Air Furnsee Work Phone 1713 330 6th Alberta SPENCES AUTO LIVERY NIGHT TRAIN OR HOSPITAL LETHBRIDGE CLOSED CAR PHONE 1324 AUCTIONEER Long experience in stock and farm Snles conduct ed in any part of LAVALLEY ALBERTA For Dates nnd Rates Call The Dowsley Land Leth Phone 1809 Roosa Transfer We meet all trains Day and us at or Phone 18 69 GEORGE MORGAN HOUSE DECORATOR 964 11th Phone 1483 Prompt and Reliable Work Done at Reasonable 2g DDNT FDRGET THE WAR VETERAN WHEN YOU HAVE A JOB TD OFFER Please Secy Veterans Cluk Phone 372 ;