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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - February 8, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta FniOAY, FEBRLTARy 8. 1918 � �JIIHI i.m i.M.......- If IHESlEOF decision at Reglnti Has Effect on Druggists All Over Reglna, Fob. 8.-^Maglstrato Hotfer-tniin in Uio city polloo court, this morning guve out a Judgment In an "Invullfl port win.e't,''(Jaao that clirootly nftocts all'iT,>lat?reil dnigglata In Can-mla. William Majig, a registored druggist of >hl8,7city', was fined ^100 an(l costs imd Bontonped to ono month's Imprisonment: tor tlio sD:le of "Win-caruis Port :^lnQ,"' a Ho-culled tonic wlno mat\o In England and rcglstorcri under tlio Dominion �'Proprietory pr Patent MoHllclno Act* Tn paHHing sont-onco the magiatrafo strongly recom-niondod that the imprisonment should ))o remitted." /' " The pplnt In .tlje detenao that dla tinguishod the oaso from roccn^ slml lar ones iwas thfit,hnder the act a reglBtored- druggist-was' protefcted in the salis otari article duly regl/terod under the act. The maglstrato^held that tlip-torapernncfeact and the pro prletory medicine :act dd not enter upon fJie S^mo fields of leglalatlon. lie contended tljat thq IDominlon Act was ^Dassed to protect the public in the iihIq or inu'ch.n8a:of''nate;it niedicinos niia, did not purport upon the Hccn-,Boo any BpccIarMlhorlty to 'carry on trade In. Cana'Uit:^;u'^'ti^ri;';:^''trai"iR�p�'-^ o�awa- Big Shipbuilding Scheme For Pr. Riipei-t ing every day and soon will bo marching "over there." The thing I wish to say most, how- _ over, is, I do not thiqk thcj people of | ; Alberta, are appreciative of the ad-1 Vancouver,, Fob. 8.-i\ir. VV, P. IMn-vantage.'! and opportuniUoa of the , ton, r"lierai nuinagor of the Grand country in which'they live. I Tiunk Pacific Hallway told the Prov- Mlchlgan is a grand state, her re-; (nee this morning upon bl� irclurn i sources aro wonderful. I was raised from Victoria that he had talked over i Toronto, Feb. O. H. Ilauna, third vice-president of the Canadian Northern railway in, of the value of the 800,000 ,'a,cW8 yet ho unsold In the hands of the G.N.K., this morning told the b6ard of arbitr.ifion that ho would I venture to proph(^ny that there would bo very llttlfi changn In the price of wheat In the next five years. In 19i5 immigration, Mr. Hanna said, was "shot all to pieces' by the war;" In that year the total was 144,-780, of which 43,l!7r, wore from the Prltlsfi Isles, SO,??*) from the United Stilles and 11,734 from other countries. "Will you have any foreign immigration for years?" asked Sir William. Mr. Hanna thought not, though there might bo emigration I'roui Italy to a certafn^extent. Sir' William questioned wJiether 'the United St^ites raight not require all her people at home after the war. Mr. llunna returned that large blocks it land had been bouglil by people In the States and had not yet boon developed. Ilanna submllteil a statement showing the prices lor which the C. K.k. had parted with some of Ita 4,-102,000 acres turned over to the road by Afackenzlo and .Mann. The price MY8TEBV CLEARED UP Vancouver, Feb. 8.-Through : the finding of the skeleton of a ? woman in. some underbrush in ? Burnaby last night a mystery ? of almost toar years' standing ? Is believed to have been clear-^ ? ed up. The Skeleton Is believed > to be that of Mrs. Annie Hlack-raan, wife of Private \V._ T. Blackman, who is fighting In France. Mrs. Blackman has been missing since July, 1911, ? 9 FREQUENT INSPECTION COLD STORAGE PLANTS IS FAVm COOLIE TO LIMIT EKIEN Jfofitreal, Feb. 8. -' The, ilontroal builders exchange yesterday passed ii reaolutlon In favor of the limited importation of Asiatic labor under well-defined regulations to relieve the present dlstresBlng conditions in the production of food, fuel and products of the mines; also on matters of transportation. Thirty thousand cooMoa was, the suggested njimber required. Copies of the resolution will be sent to Premier Borden, the ralni.^-tor of labor and Lord Shaughneaay. EiUiNO Winnipeg,. Feb. 8.-The Winnipeg Free Preis pub!ir.hes \ho following London epcclnl cable: "England, accepting men of 19 to 41 inclusive, hr.a 3,000,000 tol-diers In the field. G-rmany, accepting men of 18 to 'i'j, Inclusive, has 5,500,000. Gorman/'s permanent disablements rrc said to be 3,500,000, or at the rnta of 1,000,-000 a year." hero and Urought up .on,,a farm and with, the govern.uont intormully the i'^'' Vf 1017 ^ am proud to bo called hor son. Have , Pniiflc Groat Eu.storn Knilway ques- icre In I.iOj to si.L.lz m l.tlT. HlHo farmed In Dakota, Minnesota, i tion but that nothing detlnlto had '^I,''- Justice Harris queried as to California and kno^^r from practical: been decided. ^^1"r �' ^-.^-'^ ^^J,^* expericn/;;o that they are good places The �. T. P. has too-many IronWea i"^,,.''!""" .i! in which to livg. liut 1 can truthfully to think of taking over the P. G. .K.' ,n,',' /"^ estimates a, say from my oi(5ht years of experience : said Mr. Hinlon. In any event they j''i^"""y ot ?400,on to Uavidson and in farming in SoMlheru Alberta, these , could not consider the. matter: until | McCrea had T^ee^^^^^^ states arc not to be compared with, the P. G. K. was finished. fbly nof more;than half of that would ' ^ that mnvll'O paid.' "Says Coal Shortage Serious I'Vrmere. Ihterested in Alberta Lands h. B.. hoaey, tho-well-known \yinni- licg poulti-y breo'abi;, who is at the sah'itarlnm' at Battle Creek, Mich., writes the following letter to the Herald: ' "  > tMo P. G. K. was fini.shert. it. Especially as to opporiunitlfcs fori A Hhipbullding scheme that may those who have limited capital a^)d mean big rtevolopmdnt for PHnco i 'Jj;^- """"'V 7,"'";?"'.i! who want to get ahead. People here , Rupert ia now being Tnsidere4^:Mr. Mstcrn Imes^o^ in Michigan who have to keep their ^ Hinton a-nltted.^^^^^^^ . | ?^freT\report to the et t-rnmoiit of' the Pacific Great BaBlern i )iuB|�es8. on /ts own Railway in Uritish Columbia and for i States, came only u.Oa utock up and .feed them costly hay and grain, will scarcely believe it when I toll them that stock live out' on the praUin and do well in Alberta the wholiNx.Qar. They aro a.wijinfdcd, iu making up the oldiers' kits, and a thousand other wayi. H)liiy vdanadiw�> women-are weak, pale 'anomief r"Bra,wpman's ills. For 'young: girls ijisj ' le'ntortng .. womauliood;'' for p.omen M ^he:-'critical- time; nursing mothorBin^ every woman who is "run-lojro,"" Xtrii '6t � �dVeV-wbrkod'^Do'ctor Pieice'*. Favorite 'Proscription is a spO-cial, aafe'iind 'cyrlaiii 'Kelp.' If can now l>o haij;iii t^!)lot'iIorit!j prooiiraWo at any good drug store," or jJoiid Dr. Pierce, In-yalids?: Hotql and Surgical Institute, Buffalo.CY.r X%miB for trial pack-g?.. Branch .offieo, BAtlgoburg, Ont. :,St. Catbftiriiies, Ont.-"I have taken ^ ^--^' ' Dr. Piorco'B Fay-' orito , Proscription during oxpoctanojr - when I f olt ln "T)ttawa, -Feb!  8,-That tliQ^-department of miUllft fltvd defense'is losing no time'In ,transporting men drafted under the Military Service Act overseas is indicated by tho official announcement frohitho chief prosS censor that a draft from the first depot battalion, first central Ontario regiment, Tbrontoi has arrived.:safely in England. .At.,,tli.a'.milllia. department this morning it wae said that, though this, draft was probably not made up ot men secured under tlio military service act, it wag qdrtaln that a number of themon-.oomposing It were draftees These men will undergo a course of training in-England to fit them for the. front.iv.It Is-understood that tho nien will -ultimately be attached to fighting battaljons whp'orlglnaJly came from the locality,'.In"iwh^ch' the men were enlisted. " , , , It Is possible that drafted men from districts other iha'tiTorBhtd have al.!o arrived In England. .-^ 'Tjie censor's an-nouncemoflt lU addltfon.; to tho statement with regard to the arrival of'tlie first � depot battalioyv. draft saya that '(infantry dratta- troin* oaBtoi'iir-OntartO: Saakatchpwaii and ".Rritlah CoiumhIa,'i fiave also arrived'safely. I. Boston, ;F,6b: 8.-*:-THrf; liflHslV goverih y^ont, through'"Its' eihbaaa3( at \\VasU7 ihgton,' yeptofday-.offered a cargo q'f goal to James,.,!. Storrow, the Novj England fuel administrator, to hel� 'i-elleive the.'ill^'tr.tct'fi. lup; (amino. Mi'l ^torf qw, accepted .the* otter' wit|i �alai\ V}ty. Thq.cargp, it is imdorstood, wa'^ ^'f the best aerected'i'o'qal orglnlally (jon'algned for-bfmkering Ilrltlah ahlpS tfed-.-up -dt .NeV'Y�rlrI.�'^Khe8ie' -sMpii however, have now/been supplied,. A spiEAkVisie'fbtJR VVashinglwn;,. ,FiSh.,,'. S.r-SJrawCorci, "Vaughn, fprmpi'.pjeiuie.v.-ot,South Australia 'ami ietfdciv of-the 'Nationalist (labor) parly of, that country, started from ,Wabh't!igtonVto4^y for a speaking tou^ of, the Iurg;o ship yards on yio Allaiitlo cqagt?-t;p 1 Btliyvujato', Bhlp workers to' nikjtltttuiiv efforfs. / ' -ii.)..; :.!;;;^ �:- - NOTHIN.G, FLIRTrtE'R HEARP An'"Atlaiillc'P6),vl;,; Feb, 8.-Nothing further had bobndieai'ii today from a the house by this evening's vote" and its passage is assured.. ; ' THE INTOLERABLE HUfi (From the Denver Post). "If you want to know what Gerijian domination of the wo/Id would be for you and me, let nie tell you what iJ . saw a' German officer do -ivhen a prisoner in ourr cage back ot the- battle lino at "V'^imy Ridge," says -Lioutenant Andrew M. Nalsmlth, ot the Canadian "Field artillery, who,won the military' cross for "conspicuous gallantry and devotion to, duty when . ^ctlpg las liaison off ice?.!; ; , ...  . - "There wore'250 or so .ot ^ham, typ'lcal Qerman,. Intantrymen, .jWltU thorough training under Prussian'fine, and a' handful of officers. I had had a hand in capturing a squad of them and-Bo'when I iiad a chance I stopped to look tliem over. It was just mess, time and along came the grub-^biB-I cults and bully beet-good enough for a king. They started to issue tlie rat-' ions and came to one officer. He looked Ijke,imperial Prussia incarnate.; He took his bully beef.and bisc'uUB, but when he saw that it was the same; grui)" 'th'ut' his' men were gettlugr I'a' threw It into the mud. '6ivo:^V' mei soni�thing better, he said, irtsolently,^ As a result, he had nothing. / After few hours I saw him again; IUb hun-' ger \vaa beginning to bore .him. . "What did he do? Another ration! was-boing given to his men; he was, getting nothing. Ho wont to a private and held out his hand. 'Qive me that,' he demanded. The soldier obed-^' ientiy passed over hla food. . Tl)�i of-, fleer turned to another man. 'Give'me that,', he said.' He got what 'he de-' manded and received the rattan of. beef and biscuit. Turning .pn his )�ool, he wont away to fill up on othe� "men's grub,'.' '' "Autowaoy and military caBte? Why, when webriught in a bupcb of Bochos- once, a sergeant .stepped o^t to receive, their wpapona.. Aq ottloer pulled out his revolver. "I don't Buv render to a private;" he said and alvot our sergeant doSvn, turning to-^IV of fleer, ,he passed over tlio revolvev; butt on. 'I surrender,' ho BaJd, Wl�at woUld you have > done, had yotfjiUlSon tendered .thi^t gun? Just what .he-dW!" ,'.�.;.; ...v; .f  ' - "i^v*, NO ,WAR TIME ELECTION'/** ? . , .IN. ONTARIO . ^ '^^ '>:'...- -- . ? ' "'Torout9, ;Feb,. J,-TUfiro' wllJ".:' iho. ho war-tlnio; election In M.^* bvi^c.e�of.O^�tar(ar .\yiiQU-.tftr sesalo'n, the/premlo;'; � Sir Wll-'^J'J' liani Hearst, rose and niathe al'tornuon, to py(|r I 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 fhe exception ot wheat, coal and food for tHe allies, and Im-inedlately steps were takien to notify the large shippers. Ab 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 be taken off and,,put to work hauling coal. The movement of wheat.iB very light just at present, there having been an embargo for a long time on shipments to Port William, the local mills throughout the weBt being the only outlet from the elevators. " "It is a touch of real war conditions as.they are feeling it in bther parts �of America," said a railway official hfere ot this' order. STRIKE CALLED OFF St. Louis, Mo., Feb. 8.-A five day strike of 3,000 raotormen and conductors of the United Railways Company, which demoralized traction transport^ tion m this city, .was called oft early today. * �    CUT DOWN THE . SHADE-TREES OPERATOR RAN AMUCK : Birmingham, Ala., Feb. 8.-Grady ParrlBh, telegraph operator at the Jiouisvllle and Nashville station at jilinooka, today, ran amuck. He shot ^d*'killed another operator, H. B. ICrlm; falally wounded his wife and ^hph a passing engineer stopped to in-�i^estigate, Parrlsh. probably fatally wo^i^ded him and then attacked the Ipcoraptlve with a pick axe. He was finally overpowered and iQcked up. # ? * * > * �  �> �' 4 I long tlio'liri* ot tho leglBla^v 1. to ijyor ? fiBia^ijW" ;j McGILL'S QUOTA TO WAR Montreal, Feb. 7.-McOlU university has given to the army In the present war 2,154 students, .graduates and teabhfeVs. "Of thesiB, 236 have been kill-aa,'831 wounded and. 16 are prisoners of >var. Military honors hav^ been �won hy ^D'? office.r3 ahd:ptlyates. This gitateihent is contained In the eighty-eighth annual report, issued by the principal of M^QIU, Sir WlUiam Peterson. ~" ! Whitby, Ont., Feb. 8.-Upon Inatructlans of the town council corporation, worknten .have begun today cutting down shade trees on the streetB to burn as fuel. FROMOCEXN JOflCEHH Women Pnme Lydi�E.PiBk. ham's VeyetaU* Compound for Health Hestorod. APPLES PLENTY IN EAST ^.Halifax, Feb. 8.---G;;H. Vroom, chief iruu mapactor, ahndiinces there , are 150,000 barrels of apples still in the napolis valley. , The "English raar-for these Is entirely cut oft and 'Westerh marlteti3�cannot-be reached l� any great extent on account of tfrap^^ortatlon* cqn^ltlona..,..,.. - la alBMt raiy neighlMriMod fn AmeriM �r� weiara who have triad this staadard ramedy lor (oaala Ula and know Ita worth. Athol, Man:-"LycUa E. Pinkham's Vegatablo/ComnouiMi bat dona ma a world of good I Buffered from a weak-nesi and a great deal of pain avory month and Bothine brooght ma aar ra-lief uatU I triad thia famoua madhsina. I am a diffareat woman ainca I took It and want othera who auffar to know about It. "r-Ura. AMmnt La.'WBON. 180 Cottaga St.|Athol, Maaa. * SanFrndieo, CaL-'^Iwasinavery weak narrova condition, having Buffered , tarriblr from a famala troabla for ovar fivayeara. Ihadtakenallklndaofned-ieina and 'bad many diffaraat doetara and �bav all taid X wwM hafa ta bo oparataa on. - - -Vegeti " ana now ___ -Un. B^OBaKAHP, IM7 DavUada St, San Franeiico, Cal. For apaeial advlea in regard to aneh ailmanta write Lydia E. nnkham Mad-iein� Co., Lyna, Maaa. Tha raault af lu many yaara aiparianaa^it at yow aervica. atad on. bat Lydia E. nakham'a tabia Compound cnrad ma antlraiy now I am a atrong wall woman." Horses For Sale Just Arrived; at Palace' Livery, tikhbridge 30-Head-^O Big Mares anil JLorses Some' in matched teams welching from iZOD to .1700 )1)b, All "y^aung and sound and well broke .and.,-ln-i(ood aliape., - H^o rqa^i^blet'offei;^ refused and willvglve' two weeks' free trial.' M Fa Gc^iinlfy � III II II ml Miiii-M Braids Best Tea Everybody enioya thia popular Tea,because H hat the quality to give it flavor, and the atrength to make it truly economical. a 60c. a pound. Ask your dcB.ler. Saturday Grocefy Barpins Applet, your choice, box 92.2S B. C. Suaar, 20 lb. bag.. $2.20 Rye Flour, per 10 lb. bag 6Sc Lennox Soap, S bare for.. 25c Royal Crown Soap, carton 2Ge Sunlight or Oeld Soap, 13 ban for .;,,............$1.00 Old Dutch Cieanssr or Panahlne each.................... 10c Blue Ribbon Tea, per lb... S5e Blue Ribbon Tea, 2/2 lb. packet ..................... $1.26 Ceffe, C. *. S., per tin ... 4So Maraealbo Blend, bulk, per lb....................... 40c Prunes, large 3040 sixe, lb, 2Sc Smaller ones,, but nice nnd fresh per lb...................... 18c Aunt Jemina's Pancake Flour, per pkt. ............... .2.0c Pure Maple- 8yrup,;:large bottlei,' each,.................... 75o' Pure Maple Syrup; pint size, each ......:.......'...... 40e Crystal Dairy Butter, per lb. 55c Blue Isabel Catsup, bottle 40c Catsup Relish, large bottle 30o Dill Pickles in gallon Jars, each Borden's tin ... Prepared Coffee, $1-35;-per. 30%^ >',' ....................\................. --..'i.pmMi, >, i, 1916............................. .�3C,n29.:i9 v's-'-.o*! ff , 1917 ..........,..................... 37,260.41 Vvni''Ms> � Fixed'Charges, FlxedvCharges, .,,.......,,,,, ,<�,....... . Iporease .... .�...... iV.'v.i.,,... , EatimatadrDofioit ovar all, 1817 Actual Deficit over all, V" I Am. pleased to say 1 betteK than', anticipated, 49 34 00 ?13375 672838 ;