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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - February 5, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta 11 J* *! �{ todXY, IS-EBRUARY 5, 1917 THE/''LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALfe- PAGE FIVE . '1 imf MliOD MI THE I s: ci m Hosw Berlin, Feb. G.i^The ABsbc'lated Vr Grape-Nuts made of Wheat and malted barley, retains and supplies, as does no other food in such splendid proportions, all the nourishment of the grains. It includes potash for brain and npryes, iroii for the blood, lime for the bones, and other m(t>st necessary mineral elements. . Grapc-Nuts has a wonderfully delicious flavor, is easily digested, and conies ready for tl^e.'^able. With cream or milk it makes a splendidly balanced ration. Every table should haire its daily ration of Grape-Nuts- ^There's a Reason" . ^OBDadian Bpstum Cereal Co., Ltd., Windsor, Ont. NO PLANS AS YET Berlin, Feb. 0.-News of the breach of diplomatic relations between United States and Germany was made known here today through ne\yspaper dispatches. No official information has been received at either the United States embassy or the foreign office, sp Ambassador Gerard's plans have not been definitely decided. He probably will leave Germany by way of Denmark and return home through Russia. It is expected that the United States Interests win be entrusted to the Brazilian minister. Mr. Gerard was on his way to.Keep an appointment with Foreign Minister Zimmerman at noon today, when the Associated Press representative showed him the dispatches, giving the details of the president's speech.,The ambassador declined to make any comment. He conferred with Chancellor Von Bethmann-Holhveg yesterday, but neither official had then any inforriiation regarding the president's decision. Their conversation' was general in nature. � The chancellor apparently asked Mr. Gerard to call in order to learri If he had any information as to his government's course, news of which had been eagerly awaited here. Tf WONDERFOL FRUIJ MEOIGINE Ttioutandl Owe Health And Streiigtli To "Fruit-a-tives" "FRUIT-A-TIVES", the marvellous mcdicli^e made from fruit juices - liua 'relieved more cases of Stomach, Liver, iBloodiKidney and .Skin Troubles than nn^ other tnedicine. In severe cases of Rheumatism, Sciatica, Lumbago, ^ain |a the Back, Impure lUood, Ncu-Talglaji Chronic Hnadaches, Chronic Constipation and ludigoslion, "Fruit-a-tlve�'' has given unusually effective result.5. By its cleansing, healing poweri on the eliminating organs, "Fruit-�-tives" tones up and invigorates the whole system. 50c.  box, 6 for $2.00, trial siee, 25c. At al) dealers or sent postpaid by Fruit-a-tives Limited. Ottawa. OVERWORKED MINISTER Tells How Vihol Restored Strength and Vitality. s Winnipeg. Feb. .5.-Damage estimated at $50,000 wa.s done to the interior and furnishings of the Grace Methodist church at noon today by a fire'which started from an overheated wood- stove. The !fl,5,000 pipe organ was practically destroyed.  AMERICAN RELIEF Washington, Feb. 3.-An entire diplomatic structure to protect probably 2,000,000 prisoners In the midst of their enemies, to care for a whole conquered nation in Belgium, to represent the Interests of the four sovereign states in Germany and German interests in nine enemy countries crumbled today before German necessity. One of the most complex, ult'ra.-legal, humanitarian machines ever evolyed, the slow, patient work built up during two and a half years of effort, thus Is sacrificed at the Berlin government's desperate challenge to the whole neutral world in a last attempt to reach England. From Belgium the United States will not withdraw until the military conquerors make It impossible for her to continue. Brand Whitlock, Americari minister to Belgium, will remain in Brussels until forced to the present seat of Belgian government Iri Havre, France. ' WOMAN IS RESCUED AFTER HURtING BABES FROM BURNING HOME Spokane, Jan. 27.-Mrs. A. H. Taft \^as~ fesQued from her burning home a raoiB[ent before the roof caved in last til^ht, after she had thrown her bablesi 1. and 2 years old, through a window Into the snow. The window jvas too ismall Cor her to crawl through. What (he Press Agents Say AT THE EMPRESS BIG CHAPLIN FEATURE - It Is to be regretted that owing to delays the famous Cliai-lle Chaplin feature "Easy Street,"; did not come In time to be shown at the Empres.'? tonight. To make up for this 'the picture will be shown oommenclnP' tomorrow morning at 11 o'clock and running right through till midnight. This will give all a chance to see Charlie's latest feature. It Is a dandy. RESCUE SEVEN OF Wellington, N. 2., via London, Peb. 5.-Seven survivors of the Shackletqn Antarctic expedition who were stranded on Elephant Island have been reS' cued by the relief steamer Aurora which arrived at Cape Evans on Jan. 10 with them on board. CaptoJn Mcintosh and two other men of the stranded party perished. AT THEH^AJESTIC ., -nij- BORIS HAMBOURQr IS AT MAJESIC TUESDAY Boris Hambourg,''the' famous 'cellist, comes to the HajestIc - Tuesday night. Boris Hambourg plays on the Vlolincello made by the great CremoneSe maker Domenlfus Montngnana, called "The : Mighty Venetian" by; Charles Reade, the ! famous; novelist. THe Cello In question i Is dated 1732 Is a perfect specimen of ! the Masters Art and Is valued at $30,000 I The Instrument originally belonged to the collection of Baron Gulseppe of the little town of Borge. near Trenta, Ttalj-, 'in whose family It had been for .several generations. Mr. Hambourg made a spee-'lal trip to Italy to see the Cello which , he eventually secured after much diffi-] cuIty,-aB the Baron was loth to part with l)ls treosure at any price. AT STARLAND Some British comments on the "Battle Of the Somme" pictures which comes to Starland the end of this week. "The ubllc .should see these pictures that loy may have some Idea of what tlie ai'my Is doing and what war means," r-The King. "Ifi the exhibition of this picture all over ,the world does not end war, God help civilization. See that this picture. Which Is Itself an epic of. self-sacrifice and gallantry, reaches everyone. Moth-Ai'S,/Wives, sisters and. afflahced ones, yoijr .hearts will hear,-your voices speak In'honftr and glory of the living and the deadiff-Mr. Lloyd George. ,'";>"The Battle of the Somme,' which iWa's, shown to a distinguished gathering Atftho, Scala Theatre yesterday, is the arreaf^St moving picture In the world, the .'greatest that has ever been produced."-I.(Ondon Evening News.  ''Tho Salamander," a five-reel plc-turlaatlon of Owen Johnson's greatest novel', r'or the same name, will be the ("eoture at Starland tonight and' tomorrow- -The story Is familiar -to nearly everyone, and the picture gives a vivid portrayal of the experience of an innocent country girl In a great city. The following are some of the . press com-.ments! "Backed by superb direction, 'The Salamander" Is a real triumph In motion picture art." Tho Billboard. " "The Salamander' is a story that will appeal to women." Moving Picture World. " 'The Salamander' scores a screen, triumph." New York Tribune. In addition to this great feature, a Bray Comedy Cartoon will be shown and Miss SImm and Mi-. Fleming will sing a duet. A LEGISLATIVE TEST '' The Westminster Gazette:-a test of sobriety, "Peter 'Piper picked a peck of pickled pepper" is quite as good as any other; though I scarcely expected tb see it become a modi] for the drafting of a Government' bill-But clause 2 of the measure , with which it Is proposed to amend th^ output of beer (restriction) act, 1916, loudly betrays its origin. Here is the shameless plagiarism: "Where the year ending September 30, 1914. Is adopted by a brewer for the purpqse of computing standard barrela�e> sod the brewer proves to the Commtsaion-ers that he has closed any brewery, and It bus not since been used as.8 brewery, so m.uch of any beer so brewed at the closed brewery as the Com-, missloners think just in the circum-. stances shall be deemed to be beer, brewed at the brewer's brewery." CHIEF'S SALARV RAISED $260 ; Brantford, Ont., January 30. - The Police (Commissioners, m receiving the reciu6st of Chief Slemin, formerly of tho Toronto detective department, for an Increase of 1^00- In salary, increased' It by lidtf that amount,:making his total satsry f�,> 150. ' ; i � : WILL BE HELD IN, BURGMANN HALIy Tomorrow Night >  February 6th . .Dancing from 9 till 12 REFRESHMENTS. Two Piece Orchestra ,Oent�'$1.00 Ladlea Free hennesey&Wilson THE STOREofBIG VALUES NORTH LETHBRIDGE CAR;3to the DDOR phone 789. ' NVARO WIDE HEAVY FLAN-' �; HELETJE,'YARD , ElovenUi. report of the Board of Railway CoinmissiouerB for the year ending March "SlSt, 1916: During the- year covered by the period from the 1st of April, 191,",, to the .31st "March, 1916, the hoard held CO public sittings at which 47-) applications wore heard. The number of public sittings held in the vai-lous provinces were as follows: Province . No. Ontario ____......................43 Quebec ........................(... fi Nova Scotia.....................'1 Manitoba....................i..... :', Saskatchewan .................... 2 Alberta .......................... 4 Brili.sh ColumWa ................. 2 Total .........,................GO The applications include a large vi-rlr-ty oC matters from the complaint of a private iiidivldnnl against a railway co.'npany for refund for unused portion of a railway ticket to matters of general Importance affecting the comiminity as a whole. The number of general orders issued by tho board v.'as 25. a:id the number of general circulars issued by the board directed to all railway conip.inies subject to its jurisdiction, was K. TJiG lota! n.umbpr of or.lers issued by (he board for the j'car wa.=i 142C. Tho general orders as distinguished from other orders issued by the board are those atfocling all railway companies subject to tho board's jurisdiction. In addition to the matters heard at formal sittings of the board, a large number of i.^fo^mal complaints were dealt with. These informal complaints which are settled without the necessity of a formal hearing, entail frequently a large amount of correspondence and Inquiry on the part of the board �.nd Its officers. The* total dumber of applications, formal and infoi-mal, dealt with by the hoard for the year' was 2GG.3. In connection witli these matters it might be noted that the total number of miles travelled by the board and its officers kluring the year amounted to in round figures 451,335, and time taken ,up In formal hearings and the necessary travelling in connection therewith .equalled 44 out of every hundred working days. In the traffic department of the board the number of tariffs received and filed for the year ending March 31st, 1916, was as follows: Freight tariffs including supplement's .............52,671 Passenger tariffs including supplements....................15,041 Express tariffs Including supple- � ments...................... 1,148 Telephone tariffs including supplements.................... 2,861 Sleeping and parlor car tariffs including supplements...,____ 143 Telegraph tariffs and supplements. ......................-. 16 making a combined total of 71,880 for the year, or a grand total to date- that is to say from the February 1st, 1904, to the 31st of March, 1916-of 652,922 tariffs. . Tlie engineering department of the board made 376 Inspections covering all parts of the Dominion. The operating department investigated accidents reported by the various railway companies covering 337 persons killed and 1125 injured. By a coincidence the number killed is exactly the same as that for the year ending the 31st March, 1915, there is, however, a substantial de-ci-ease this, year in the total number injured, so that taking the total number of casualties of every description there la a marked decrease for the year. Of the. total number killed 42 per cent, were trespassers and 11 per cent, were trespassers of the number Injured. Under the heading of trespassers there was a decrease of 27 in the number killed and a decrease of 24 in the number injured as ; compared with the previous year. Of; the accidents at highway crossings 1 24 occurred at crossings already pro-; tected by gates, bells or watchmen, 11 persons "were killed and 13 were injured in accidents at points where there were gate; and watchmen provided. So long as people neglect to take Uie advantage of protective devices, such devices will be of little effect. The work of the fire inspection department of the board co-coerate.i 1 with the various proviiicia! fire-pro-; tective organizations of the Dominion, j I'.'i cniployeG;< of such organizations I wore .under appointment aa ottlcers; ol' this department during the past' year. | During the season of 1.915 a total of ]2,S1!J miles of fire guards in the lirain'e provinces were constructed'by [ the railway companies as prescribed! by tho board. During tlie past year tho Grand Trunk Pacific railway inau.eiiratod tlie exclusive use or oil as a locomotive fuel on 71S miles of its line between Prince ilupert, B. C, and .Tas-por, Alia., bringing the total of oil-1 burning mileage in Canada ,up to 1444 miles. A total of 686 fires are reported by the railway companies ' as having started within three humired feet of the raihvay tro,ck throughout the Dominion d.iiring the- fire season of 1915, (hose fires burn-in.c; over a total area of 37,26:? acres. This shows a marked decrease from | the figures of tho i)roviou8 year being 27.1 per cent, of a decrease. Tho total value of proi)erly destroyed in I he above area is estimated at ?74,-256, of which ?31,223 was for mei;-chantable timber and $11,999 toi^ young forest growth. Of the "686 fires 297 or 43 per cent, were reported as' having been caused^ by railway agencies. There has been a steady improvement in the co-operation of the railways with the fire-preventive and fire-iprotectiva agencies of the board. ' Adding moisture to the air redrfces i the amount of heat nfecessary fori comfort. A's much as 20 per cent, of ; the coal bill can be sayed by adding! moisture to the air. AiV feh'Ould never i contain less tlian 40 per cent, and,' preferably 50 per cent, of humidity, j Lethbrldge people will realize that v;e could not publish such letters as the following it they were .not genu-* ino and truthful statements of tacts. The Rev. Mr. Hughes, Holly Springs, Ark., says: - "1 am a Methodist ^Iini8ter�, and Mutl'ercd from broken-down nerves,' loss of appetite and sleeplessness, I, was weak, my circulation was very poor, and I was not able to do my duty in my Parish as I felt I should. I had tried various remedies but did not seem to get any better. Through Mr. Gatlin ot Bearden, Ark., I learn-^ ed ot 'Vinol and it built me up. I regained my appetite, can sleep better and do more work." There is no secret about 'Vinol, it derivoR its power to build up the overworked, broken down, nervous system from beef and cod liver peptones, iron and manganese peptonatos, and glycerophosphates which it contains. Anyone in Lethbrldge who wishes to try 'Vinol can do so with the understanding that we will return their money if they are not satisfied.-.1. D. Higinbotham & Co., Ltd., Druggists, Lethbrldge. Also at the best druggists in all Alberta town.s.-^Advertisement. CURES SKIN AFFECTIONS One package proves It. Sold and guaranteed by above 'Vinol druggist. Careful inspection and prompt re-liair ot defective flues, and asbestos or metal protection for all woodwork near stoves and pipes would materially reduce the number of fires in Canadian homes. Tonight and Tomorrow B. S. Moss' Famous Players Present Ruth Fmcilay and an Ail-Star Company In THE SALAMANDER A picturizatlon of Owen joh.nson's Great Novel of the sarhe name. A stupendous $100,0(1 feature. FMPRESQ *-* TOMORROW^ THE VERY LATEST COMEDY ' Ini Easy Street DUET-"WICKED CUPID" MISS SIMM AND MR. FLEMING BRAY COMEDY CARTOON A howl; a scream; a roar from/ start to finish. Another new Chaplin which j breaks all previous records for original comedy situations.. Every man, woman and child In the city will want to see this very funny, funny Chaplin picture. You can't afford to miss it. Owing to Chaplin missing connections the Empress will open tomorrow at 11 a.m. and run continuous without a stop till 12 midnight so that everybody will get a chance to see this Extra Special. Tomorrow "Tuesday, , The Musical Event of the Season Boris Hambourg The World RenoL^vhed Busslan CelUst. Redferne HolUnsheacI Canada's Greatest Tenor Prices: .. :.....____... $1.50 - $1.0a ' Seats at.the Roy Electric Co. ' Battle of The Somme "Happy Tommies WeaHn^ Hun Helmets'* , ; AT STARLAND, Thurs., Trl, Sat. This Weefc ADMISSION - - - Adults 35c Children 00 767521 09 D.C ;