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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - February 8, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta ?�'iwoay. i-RBniiAny x.'mmh TMK LETUBKIIXii; DAILY 11KRALJ7 PAIR SEVEN FOR. II SALE OF Decision at Regina Has Effect on Druggists AH Over Canada TteRbm, Peli. R.-MugiHlrate Jleffer-luujj in the city police court, this morning gave out. a judgment in an "invalid ]>ori. wine"'case that dirwdly afford � aU'n Vstered druggist* in Canada. William TMatjig, a registered druggist, of^hia 'city, was fined $100 and cost* nnd sentenced to one month's imprisonment lor the sale of "Win-rarnis Port Wine," a. so-called tonic wine made in EngUuid and registered under Uio Dominion Proprietory or Patent Medicine Act, hi passing hoi it-on re the magistrate strongly re.com-mended Unit tlie imprisonment, should lie remitted. Tim point in trje defense that distinguished the easo from recent simi-lar ones was that under the act a registered druggist was protected in the salo of an article duly registered under tho act. The mtigistnito held that the temperance act and the proprietory juedleino act do not enter upon the same fields of legislation. Ho contended that the Dominion Act was ,passed to protect the public in (he sale or purchase'of''patent medicines �nd# did not purport upon the licensee any special authority lo carry on trade in Canada. MYSTERY CLEARED UP 10 STAY FOR 5 YRS. The Famous Canada!! Salt MAJOR G. W. ANDREWS Unionist incumber Centre- Winnipeg. i\ N. R. Official Docs Not Believe There Will lie Much Change sour lit: the canadian salt co, limited 219 'Sayrt Coal Shortage Serious Farmers Interested in A!- her below zero. Chicago was not much better and when arriving at. Hat tie, ('reek, Mich., the weather was somewhat warmer. Rut. 1 have been here now about three weeks and have seen as disagreeable weather as I ever saw in Alberta. The thermometer registering 24 below with a fierce wind blowing the snow in every direction. Coal Shortage Tiie coal sh&rfrage is^very serious. People here, even women standing in line all night to place an order for coal. I heard one woman ray she had to teai' up their -fence to get fuel Jo keep from freezing. No one could buy more Mian two pounds of sugar at one time, an,I Borne days not even a pound to be had. When I left Alhcriu there was plenty of coal and sugar whore I lived at least and it seemed so strange when ] thought iliat tho U. S. had only recently-entered tho war and there was such a shortage* bY* 'food stuff, while in Canada with.nearly four years of war we were..sn .well supplied. Rut it.is indeed a touching tribute to the love and loyalty of'the American republic to see" tjje* sacrifices that arc be.lng.'ma^deM'or hur. long time friends acrossl; th.e:afca.,.U.reminds me pf that beautiful passage, "Cast 1hy bread upon the waters and it shall return after many days." Many Soldiers The city here is full of soldier boys from Camp Custer, .jukI. outside tho city. Thousands of them are training every day ami soon will be marching "over there." The tiling I wish to say most, however, is, J do not. think the, people of Alberta- are appreciative of the advantages and opportunities of the country in which they live. Michigan is a grand state, her resources are wonderful. I was raised here and Brought up on a farm and am proud to be called her son. Dave also farmed in DaUofa, Minnesota, California and kiios/ from practical experience that they are good places in which to live, Rut I can truthfully say from my eight: years of experience in farming in Southern. Alberta, these slates are not to be compared with it. Kspeciaily as to opportunities for those who have limited capital and who want to get ahead. People here in Michigan who have to keep their stock up and feed them cosily hay and grain, will scarcely believe it when I loll them that stock live out on the prairie anil do well in Alberta the whohf* year. They are astonished when I tell them'that good land can tie bong lit on easy terms for from 5^0.00 to ? 50.00 per acre that will produi-o ("10 bushels of wheat withom any fertilisation. 1 tell them they ought to go hungry if they slay and work in the cities at. wages that will give them just the bare necessities of life and in many cases not that. After they know whore they can gei, cheap land that is almost groaning to he broken up and cultivated and will produce enough for their own use and feed the world beside. Millions of acres of the most fertile land in the world lying idle and millions o� people going hungry every day. Is there not some way the two may he brought together? The man and the laud. Where is tho benefactor to the race who is big enough to accomplish such a result. Kvery time I ride over plowed fields and tlunk of ing nations of the earth, what can be done to change such an inconsistent condition of affairs in a world of intelligent, civilized beings. L. 13. LOSUV! f - Report Denied From Ottawa-Rig Shipbuilding Scheme For IM\ Rupert Vancouver,, i-Vb. R.--Mi\ W. P. H1n-' ton, g"iicra! manager of tho Grand Trunk Pacific Pail way told tho Province this morning upon his . ret.urn from Victoria that lie had talked over with. I he government, informa 1 ly the ; Pacific Gr'-al Kastern Railway (pies-' (ion hut that nothing definite had . boon decided. The C. T. P. has too-many troubles to think of taking over the P.. G. 10. said Mr. J Union. In any event they could not consider the matter until the P. (.'. K. was finished. A shipbuilding scheme that may mean big development for Prince Rupert is now being considered^ Mr, lUnton admitted. Is Decried Winnipeg, Feb. S.--The .Kreo Press Ottawa correspondent says: "Ottawa, Feb, X.- - A Vancouver report to the effect that negotiations are on foot iov the acquirement* by the federal government of the Pacific Great Kiastern Railway in firittsh Columbia and for: 'is additional railway system is den- \ it'd here. ! " 'Xcver heard of it,' said Major> Graham Roll, financial comptroller of the railway department, this morning.; 'It lias not been considered.' Toronto, Feb. * D H llannu, ihird vice-president of the Canadian Northern railway in UeiVmc of the value of the 800,000 acres yet unsold in the hands of the CN.lt.. this morning told tho board of arbiinUen that he would venture to proplww there would be very little change in the price of wheat in the next five years. in 1935 immigr.iMon, Mr. IIanna said, was "shot all to pieces by the war." In that year the total was 144,-780, of which 4;i,J7 > -i* *i* *i* Montreal, Feb. 8. - Tiie Montreal builders exchange yesterday passed a resolution in favor of the limited importation of Asiatic labor under well-defined regulations to relieve the present distressing conditions in the production of food, fuel and products of the mfrnes; also on matters of transportation. Thirty thousand Chine.;?! coolies was- the suggested number required. Copies of the resolution will i he sent to Premier Borden, tiie minister of labor and IvOrd Shaughnessy. Winnipeg, Feb. 8.- peg Free Precs publi*. Iov/ing London specie "England, acceptir.q to '\ 1 inclusive, br.tj ;� dicrs In the field. 0 oep':inc] men of lo to  has 5.500,000. Gr rr  - r.^nt disablement-.-. " 3.500,000. or at thr- 000 a year." T* "i 1 IT fhe Winnl-i'j" tho foi-o::.'�!:;: win of 19 OtJO.OOQ sol-Winr.y, ac-', inr.!naive, perma-�*aid to be of 1.000,- Quebec, Feb. S.-Systematic and fre- J quent inspection of all cold storage plants, the reduction of custom duties on farm implements, chemical fertilizers and foods used for brooding and raising stock, the enlistment of agricultural labor, the adjustment of freight tied up and the use of fish instead of meat, are some of the suggestions made by a legislative commission which has been considering the high cost of living and which reported today. The committee traced the high cost of living to poor crops, lack of transportation and labor shortage accentuated by the conscription 4a w. The committee holds thai all farm cash value of the (\X.\i. lands, what | laborers should be exempted from mil-came off for commissions, etc. Mr., Hary service and urges that a start Manna^said that in the estimates a i should be made as soon as possible on liability oC $400,0(nt ((> Davidson and JUeCrea had beei^ allowed though probably not more than half of that would bo paid. Mr. Hanna said with regard to the eastern lines of the ('. N. It. that they did not, constitute a liability. He referred to "the foolishness which has grown up with age" as to the value of the eastern sections. Mr. Hanna submitted a. further statement showing that the C. N. R. developed 2f>' per cent, of its freight business on ^its own line. From tho States came only :'. per cent. LITTLE EFFECT LOCALLY I the construction of large numbers of freight cars in all factories which are at present idle. It is further contended that immediate steps should be taken to force railroad companies in the United States to return to Canada all freight cars belonging to companies in the Dominion.  The committee thinks that the transportation of corn from the United States should be begun at once and surplus hay in Canada sent to the United States. STRIKE CALLED OFF St. Louis, Mo., Feb. 8.-A five day strike of 3,000 motormen and conductors of the United Railways Company, which demoralized traction transportation in this city, -was called off early today. t those un-the starv-1 wonder ST PARTY DRAFTEES Annapolis, Md., Feb. S.-The Maryland legislature has practically ratified the federal prohibition constitutional amendment. By a vote of 58 Lo 42 the house joined the senate last evening in approving the, report of the temperance committee in favor of ratification. An amendment provid; ing for a referendum to the people to vote on the question was defeated in both houses. The ratification resolution7 is advanced to a third reading in the house by this evening's vote and its passage is assured. Local general offices of the C. P. R. this morning received the order  placing an embargo on all freight movement for Saturday, Sunday and Monday with the exception of wheat, coal and food for Hie allies, and im- CUT DOWN THE � SHADE-TREES 4> F i mediately steps were taken to notify the large shippers. As wheat and coal are the two large commodities moved on this division the order will make very little difference in freight traffic The way freights will he taken off and. put to work hauling coal. The movement of wheat is very light just at present, there having been an embargo for a long time on shipments to Fort William, the local mills throughout the west being the only outlet from the elevators. "It is a touch of real war conditions as they are feeling it in bther parts of North America," said a railway official here of the order. i Whitby, Ont, Feb. 8.-Upon instructions of the town council corporation, workmen have begun today cutting down shade trees on the streets to burn as fuel. V > *> FROM OCEAN OCEAN Toronto Dnift Will Undergo Training � a *w,,oi, saw a German officer do when a pris- OPERATOR RAN AMUCK oner in our- cage hack of the- battio Birmingham, Ala., Feb.. 8.-Grady line at. Vimy Ridge," says Lieutenant j ?an;i81!:, telegaph _operator at the Andrew M. Nafsmith, of tho Canadian Women Praise Lydia E. Pink-ham's Vegetable Compound for Health Restored. T WOMEN ARE NEEDED to 'help in war , * * *. , . � Women can bo usefully employed m nursing the wgTffidcd, in making up tho soldiers' kits, and a thousand otaer way*. Many - Canadian .women aro woak, palo or anemic frfcm woman's ills. For young-girls just' outoring womanhood; for women at tluy'critical time; nursing + mothers ami every woman who is "run-down,'' tired 'or1 * over-o-orked-Doctor Piece's Favorite Prescription is a special, aafe ancl 'certain help. It can noiv bo had in tablet form, procurable at any good drug store, or rtcud Dr. Fierce, Invalids'* HoteJ and Surgical Institute, Buffalo, N. Y,, 10.cents for trial package. Branch office, B/idgeburg, Out. 9t. Catharines, Ont.-"I have taken Dr. Pierce's Favorite Prescription during expectancy when I felt especially In need of at ,.. tonic and it bone-/ iited mo greatly. I always take plcaa- ' uro in rccommend-1 ing 'Prescription' ' ' ' to young mothers, because I know it ' ffill never fail to help then;."-Mits. J. II. Fawcett, Boaeh St. Stratford/ Opt.-ttawa, Feb: � 8.-That the depart-i ment ? * * > *> �> *> A SPEAKING TOUR Washington,. .Feb. . S.r-Crawford Vaughn, former* premier of South Australia ami leader of thn Nationalist, t labor) party of that country, started from Washington'- today for a speaking tour of the large ship yards on the Atlautio coast to stimulate ship workers to ma.ximuih, efforts. NOTHING FURTHER HEARD An Atlantic "Port, Feb. H--Nothing furiher had been heard today from a steamer in distress off the Newfoundland coast which went out calls I'm- assistance Ve's'tci'day. *> * * t > ? ? * NO WAR TIME ELECTION . IN. ONTARIO APPLES PLENTY IN EAST Halifax, Feb. S.-G. -H. Vroom, chief mat inspector, announces there are 150,000 barrels of apples still in the Annapolis valley. The English market for these is entirely cut off and the western markets cannot be reached t*) any great extent on account of transportation* conditions. San Francisco, Cal. - "I was in a*ery weak nerrous condition, having suffered terribly from a female trouble for over five years. I had taken all kinds of medicine and had many different doctors and thsv all said 1 would bare to be operated on, but Lydia & Pinkham's Vegetable Compound cured me entirely and now I am a strong well woman. -Mrs. H. Rosskamp, 1447 Deris adero St, San Francisco, Cal. For special advice in rejgard to aneh ailments write Lydia E. Pink ham Medicine Ca, Lynn, Mass, The result of its many years experience is at your service. rses For Sale Just Arrived, at Palace Livery, Lethbridge ! Toronto, Feb. 7.-There wilt he no war-time election in fh41,719,000 Gals. Water Pumped in 1917 ............... 515,917,000 Gals. Increase ......................... 4,mm Gals, Increase in Coat of Labor............... 15% Increase in Gost of Materials............' , 50.% Increased Cost of Fuel .................. 19% Cost of Operation, ........................$112,510.03 Cost of Operation, 1917......................---- 120,321.7? Increase.................................... ---I 7,805.74 Revenue, 1916 .............,..................... $110,1-18.35 Revenue, 1917.................................... 130.043.S7 Increase .................................. - $18,895.53 Profits, 1916 .................*f................... $ 3,629.3S Add for rebate io Waterworks.................... 3,200.00  . 6 82^ 3,-i Profits for 1917.................................J 9/719.10 � Increase..................................--- $ 2.8S9.78 Coal Consumption, per K.W.H. for 191.......................... 5.869-lbs.: Coal Consumption per K.W.H. for 1917 ,................-........ 5.19 lbs. Decrease.................................................679 lbs.: Saving on Coal 3,516,000 K. W. X .679 lbs-1198 Tons. By reference to the above statement, it will be noted- an indicative of improved efficiency, that with increased Output of Power raid Water a saving-in fuel consumption amounting to 119S tons lias-been-effected, and that with, increased cost of labor and material an increased profit bus been made, largely due to increased Revenue. Respectfullj/suumitted, M. FREEMAN. Commissioner Public Utilities, V Extracts from 1917 Annual Report of The Le 'abridge Municipal Railway, t 4 �  4 4 4 *  % 4 *  44 $41,535.01 43/824.46 4 4 t  44* 4 4 1* 4 I 4 4 t  4 4 4 i A. Gormley Profits on Operating, 1916...................... ? 8,104.50 Profits on Operating, 1917 ......�.. V:...... $,382.42 Increase........V........----...........---- Cost of Operation, 1916 Cost of Operation, 3917 � Increase Earnings, 1916 Earnings, 1917 'Increase Fixed Charges, 1916 * Fixed Charges, 1917 Increase Estimated'Deficit over all, 1917 Actual Deficit over all, 1917 ... $-27.7.92  $2,SfS6.42 $49.6:1'.).;- \ C2.2o:;.,.s. $2#64.34 * * � 4   * 4 * � 4 # 4 4 � * * * 4 4 4 4 � 4  � 4 4 t $36,ir2!}.:,:) 37,260.4 1 4 4 * � 4 .-�1,831.05 .. $30,m.:!6 x , 28,87S.02 "l- I am pleased to say that the Street Railway Department has done sttgbtly better than anticipated, in spite of the ever increasing costri-o� lalioi' and material, the cost of operation has been kept as low; as possible ahd tho improved patronage has increased the earnings. ; - - Respectfully submitted. ; M. FREEMAN, Commissioner Public UUIHiea � s, + * 4 * * * v 49 ;