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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 5, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE EIGHT T1IK DAILY IIKIULD WEDNESDAY, 5, 1917 PREVENIISRIN Conference of Western Mining Men Now JWng Held al Ottawa Ottawa, Dee. Con- ference oi western coal milling uffu- iats is being tell) toisy with Ihe com- uirss'on oi conservation ami Dominion government officials, in order di-fin- ilelv to establish the. character aim extent of the eicestsve waste now taking pljce In the mining oi coal in Western Canada, anil tcTileeide .what steps should lie taken to eliminate this waste und place coal mining in ibe west on a rational and proper basis. The'conference was presiJert oie, by Dr. Frank B. Adam's. iversity, Montreal, wlio is chairman "I s .s WANT GOVT. CONTROL Washington. IVe. join', resolution lo have the govern- ment temporarily take over MU) all ruilrpails anil mlces witli u vievv EJ rem- eUylns thtf aud was introduc- ed tihlay by Itepresentaiive Sabvb, oJ llliaois. It iiroyteM tUsi it iiie iestutorary control should deinoastritp better con- ditions the arrangement should he I'erruaneut and a commission i-vcAied to fix Q-aebec, IWc. >Ulails of [the government leijisialion. anuuuiu- led in the speech from the all uf thi' Icgiilitnro. regaril- i ilio estaWisUuieut of a bureau of I tnnnicipal attairs discKise Ibat the- era ut municipal espen-' ip'-ovincc is ISms checked. It is learned that Uie mieulwu of 'uc urovlmifal authorities is to keep on" all uiuniciBJlitifs In ttn.- lirovlacc ami more .especially is rc- SKrfa Ihe esiiendiluio of funds. C1ESE REBELS mm UIIiMkUL. j Tl cut included James VYniie. apjisun; onsiTvatluu. Mr. John T. ctlll't minir.g itijuei'tiv "i Allwrla; T. j M Mull ay, of !uc Saskatchewan niin-j ing branclr. 11. H. Rowan, controller j '.'uf mining ianJs branch. Ottan's: .O. j S. engineer. anil f Charles coal minins j eer, ef Mi-iutreal. Wilh Govf. Troops- Steps to Protect Foreigners Lives qnd Property In Five Minulrsl No Pyspepslj, Heart- burn or Any Stomach MlKry. Returned -Man Tells Hov Handles the English Prisoners tur' troops lie defeated and Chans King attacked. The military governors ex- strong disapproval of the sugges- tion made by the southern jeneials i that a settlement he arranged between and the south. The north- i erners dcrjand a continuation of hos- tilities for the purpose of maintaining frul ttu> government's authority and Chung King is on the Yangtse- liver >vliere :t is joined by the i Klaliang-Hoi in the province of Szedi- 1 wan, south central China. Toronto, Dec. for fur- the? 'service as' :i'comoatnht as Ilisi lunes liad liecn effected by the hunger fillii in German prison camps, Privr.te William Scott lias returned tc his home iiere. "There are thousands- of sitk pris- NEED MORE AIR MEN. Oltavva, Dec. Col. Lord Montagu of Beaulien, advisory of mechanical warfare for liie govern ment of riidia. who has arrived in the capital on his way from England to oners he to neglect and lack of medicines for treating them. They say themselves ihev have noae. They were using iiaper instead of tor padding in liandages. we were being en the prison camp after being cap- f :ured we were a day.arid two nights i in tho entile cars and when we. arriv-' e'd at stations, the doors were opened ,'to let the public have-a loot at us.: .If ive asked for a osie of. the guards would briag s pal! of water and throw H over' us. They did j play mocli humanity. i "We icould not get any soap to: lie stated, 'and ve bad .to use .cold water and sand io get'th'e dtrt off. 'It would not 'Sill the vermin though, and Giessen is iupuosed lo be of the b'esl camps. -Abont of us were packed in or.e of Ihe wooden buta with rio ventilation. "I v.-as never ili-trealed myself." stated the. returned prisoner, "but. I liavo seen other men struck with the bavonet. .It v.-as a favorite way the Germans had of telling you to go to 1work -when he c-ould not make you un- dersland what ho was saying. We liad to walk Ibree or four miles to cs-ork. at riifgine in a sewer ynd on the way women and children would in the street and call, us English swine and spit at us just lo show their for ua." will, while in Canada, endeavor to sliluulate interest in aviation. Sour, gassy, upset stomach, inilis tlnn heartburn, dyspepsia; vthen you can't get regulated for your sake, try pape'< Dla pepsin. It's so needless to have bad your nost meal favorite food meal, then take a littl< Diapepsin. There will not be any ilis without 'ear. Pape's Diapc-psin "really does" regu late weak, out-of-order- stomachs tlia gives it millior.3 or sales annually Get a large fifty-cent case of Pape': DiapepsiD from any drug store. H li quickest, surest stomach relief an: cure known. acts almost like tnagii is a scientific, harmless" and pleas ant Etotnach. preparation which belongs in every Only "BROMO QUININE" To get the genuine, call for full narr, LAXATIVE BROMO QUININE. Lool for signature of E. W. GROVE. Cure a Cold In One Pay. 30c. 1 Keeping The Quality Up. WANTED AT ONCE TWO GOOD SALESLADIES GOOD WAGES WANTED AT ONCE TWO GOOD SALESLADIES GOOD WAGES TOMORROW 50c STORE OPENS A. M. HAYR HARDWARE CO. WANTED AT ONCE TWO GOOD SALESLADIES GOOD WAGES WANJED AT ONCE TWO GOOD SALESLADIES GOOD WAGES CROClCERYrCHINA WE liave most complete and largest assortment of China ahcl Glass.ware tnat we nave ever carried,