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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - February 11, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta FOUR rilE LETHBRTDGE DAILY HEnALD MONDAY, FEBRUARY ll, IfllV DAILY AND WEEKLY l�roprletor� and Publitham (THI LCTHBRIDGE HERALD PRINT-C INQ COMPANY, LIMITED S3 eth Street South. Lethbrtdge W. A. Buchanan PrcaldCnt and Mnuneing Director John Torrnnco  - Busln6�3 Manasor TELEPHONES Office .............. 1252 Office .............. 1224 Business Editorial Subscription Ratea: Dully, delivered, per week......10 Dally.' delivered, per year .....J5.00 Dally, by mail, per year ......$4.00 Weekly, by mall, per year .....JloO Weekly, by mall, per year to U.S..$2.00 Aid. Goorgo Harvey, oC Red Deer, Is dead. Herbert OreenfloUl, of WestlocH, was elected president of the Alberta Rural MunlcipalKIes Association. The University oponing a course graphy for women. of In Calltoraia Is wireless tole- Dates of explrj- of subscriptions ap-pear dally on address label. Accept-j ance oj papers t.fto. explratii.n date Is pur. authority to centlnue the subscription. THE PROGRESS OF THE WAR. The state of war between Russia and the Central Powers has been declared to have ceased to exist, as a result of the negotiations at Brest-Litivsk. A definite peace treaty has not been tsned, as is the case with the Ukrainians, but complete demobilization of tbB Russian army is under way. The general opinion appears to pre-tkat the big offensive on the west-era front will commence very shortly. untarily * thon compulsory rationing may soon be iiecossary., l^rd Khondda, the Hriilsh food controller, recently cabled Food Administrator Hoovov, of the I'nlted Stales; "Ihilc.is you are able to send tho ailles at loAst 75,000,000 bushels of wheat over apd above wlmt you Imvo exported up to January 1, and in addition to the esportablo surplus from Canada, 1 cannot take the responsibility of assuring our people Uiat there will be enough food to win the war." This declaration follows a statement made at the big I^bor Conference at Xottingham, Kngland, by W. G. Anderson, Labor momltpr of Parliament for Sheffield, who said that "a dangerous famine Is coming across Kur-opo," and appcaiod for rcsb-aint. The evidence is now before us of tho critical situation as to food. What � coivo"$5 peV'elgtVt-hour'day. should Canada dot It is Beyond dispute that we should practice as much oconoiny as the United States. The truth is that we do not. Systematic food conservation will reduce the cost of living. Take wheat as an instance. Canadians consumed 230,000,000 bushels of wheat in 1917, at an approximate cost of $460,000,000. Canadians, following the U.S. plan ot using one-third less, the quantity ot wheat In 1918, would be saving at present Hied prices approximately |150.-000,000. Canadians uslt�g corn, rye and other cereals, to save one-third the quantity ot wheat used in 1917, would pay for these substitutes $120,- [ J., were 000,000. This would mean a net sav- \ people, ing to consumer, of $30,000,000. ) charlottetowl P.E.I., Mr.s. A. C. Now as to meat. Canadians used in | MacdonaUl, wife of tho lieutenant- -*PICKED UP IN'* PASSING THB BUSY MAN NO use FOB THE ^WALLOW TAIL SENATORS The Red Deer Advocate has no use for the senate and at the same time it Isn't in sympathy with the critics ot Mr. Hamer's appointment to the senate. It says: The Advocate falls to see why appointments to the Dominion Senate bould be limited to the tall-coated �lIB-h�tted, kid-gloved, conventionally educated, and "newly rich" elements ot the party supporters; Mr. Harmer would not object to be called one of 'tlie boys." Mr. Harmer'e is a conslatent Uberal appointment, if faithful party service was to be rewarded*, and when there t^as an even break In the old party selection In Alberta. Mr. Banner has the ability to do good work for the West In the Senate." As the Advocate Is fearless and independent and a supporter of Union government we have respect tor iu views even it we do not agree witii ithem. The demands of the house carpenters of Vancouver have been accepted by tho omployers, and tho men re- Mcdicine Hat citizens decided to enter upon an energetic industrial propaganda. . Wasll Polinick, of Elm street, Toronto, was lured to a lane and robbed of $900. The official count in the Alhernl, B.C. bye-election gives U. Wallis, Conservative, the seat by IS majority. Hun submarines have sunk fltty-nino U.S. vessels, displacing 134,000 tons, since the hitter's entry Into tho war. The funeral services for the late I U. S. Senator Hughes at Patersqn, N. ------- attended b^v five thousand 1917 approximately 400,000,000 pounds ot beef, pork, lamb, mutton, etc., costing approximately $126,000,000. Cana- � governor of the province, died suddenly. Sentences of from tour to seven diane, following the U.S. plan to save i years have been passed on U.S. sol- half the meat usfed in 1917, would save during J91S 162,500,000, Canadians would have to substitute for the meat saved 200,000,000 pounds of fish at a cost ot approximately $30,000,000. This would mean a net saving to consumers of $32,500,000. As to saving fat. Canadians used in 1?1" butter, lard, fat, etc., to the diers who mutilated their hands to prevent them being sent overseas. Cadet Russell Uundle a St. Mary"5, Ont., aviator, was killed at Fortworth, Texas. He was a druggist before enlisting. X $2,l';0,u00 radio station is being built by the U.S. government ;n FYance capable ot sustaining direct Canadians, fol- i communication between General Pershing and Washington. THE REMOVAL OF THE TRACTOR DUTY 71iursday-off goes the duty on cattle coming into Canada from the United States. Friday-off goes the duty on small farm tractors. Truly the Western Canada fanner is coming into his own, and he has the Union government to thank for it. ......------- Tte action of the government in removing the duty on tractors is heart-- enlng. It is a common-sense ioeasure designed to meet the. demand ot the fanners who need small tractors to Increase production. Farmers have been urged to increase their grain crowing operations. They have answered that' their efforts to do so have beea^ampered by the tractor duty. Now that the duty is removed It remains for tlie farmers to show their appreciation by increasing their acreages jto: the llthit The.Herald is disappointed that the meaiiare did not go a step farther and remorethe duty on all farm tractors. It is admitted that the order as it �tands will do the greatest good to the greatest number In that it will bring the kind of machine he needs closer to Ue small farmer, but there is no good reason why all tractors might not have been,included. Nor is there any good reason why tall farm machinery should not be placed on the free list. The same ar^-meots hold good as In the case ot the tractor. Canada is not producing and cannot produce enough farm machinery to meet the Canadian demand. The farmers need it to Increase production.. The cheaper It is the more they  will avail themselves of It, Hence the duty should be removed. The new government however, is making a start in the right direction. Common-sense and a mobile tariff based thereon is what this country needs. Let the government iqvestl-:i�te the needs ot the country and act accordingly. value of $40,000,000. lowing the U.S. plan of saving two anil a halt times the fat now wasted, would be saving in 1918 approximately $24,-000,000. By following the plan outlined in the United States for the conser�-a- tion of wheat, all kinds of m'eat and \ At Guelph the frost has penetrated fats, the people of Canada would, on i Ji.'L?'"""?'^ ^� watermains and the basis of the ' amounts of these Falling 40 feet from an embankment at .Vewark, a XJ.C.. locomotive landed In a store window, domolish-ing itself and a touring car whicli stood in its road. I commodities used in this country, save from $85,000,000 to $100,000,000. The saving on wheat alone would be about $30,000,000 making idue allowance for substitutes, the object in thOj United States being to save about one-third the wheat now used. ".Meatless days" in the United States are defined as follows:- "Meatless" means without any cattle, hog, or sheep products. On otlier days use mutton and lamfi'ln preference to beef or pork. cPorkless" means without pork, bacon, ham, lard or pork products, ^resh or preserved. Use fish, poultry and eggs. As a nation we eat and waste nearly twice as much as we need. By applying tlie principle of saving what is wasted I^ Canada in the way ot meats, taking the. average waste as the same in the United States the saving would be $32,000,000 a year, and there would be that much more meat for the allies. The advice of the U. S. food administration regarding fat is as follows: Fry less; bake, broil, boll or stew food instead, 'Save meat drippings; use these and vegetable oils for cooking instead of buttl3r. Butter has food values vital to children; therefore give It to them. Use it only on the t-able. Waste no soap; it is made from fat. Be careful of all fats. We use and waste two and a half times as much fat as we need. We can all play a part in winning Uie war by. economizing in food and enabling our allies to remain in the struggle. It we are wasteful, and not wlliiiig to sacrifice, wo are dqlng our best to lose the war. Even if we do not want to economize voluntarily we | may be forced to, if not by our government, then by conditions that will exist througlibut the world and compel us to, it for no -other reason than that food will not be available. Don't let us follow the principle of locking the door after the iiorse has escaped. there are over 200 orders ahead to have them electrically thawed out with new ones constantly coming in. fOOO C0N8ERVATI0fii(t'w people are really making any f|nuine sadrlfice, and apart from , , ;|)Dte]8 and restaurants, and not all of tHem by;any.meaus,liUle heed is llke- \'X- 'rI:fX*P�*'* t� 'o**^ regulations. 'oo* 'situation'In^-.the w p|0if-the Y..M.C.A. and British expeditionary forces. Prank J. Gadsoe, who went to the States with the French Purchasing .Mission as an Interpreter, is found to have made over six million-dollars in commissions on autos sold to the French government. Efforts to'save her sister, Mrs. Oscar Anderson, of Sarnia, from burning to death when an oil lamp exploded at midnight on Saturday, resulted In the death ot Mrs. Frank McGee, ot Port Huron. operate to the fullest extent In carrying out tho plans of-the Dominion govonimont A number of proposnla will ho considered on Friday and a decision likbly reached ns the best) lines on whlcli to proceed. Only the'Beginning The linnounqoment that tho position of food cuntroUef has been abolished and a Canada, Food Board OBtabliahod is but tho preliminary adoption ot Doininlon-wido measures calling for tho greatest possible �xert(an on the part of tho Dominion and provincial governinents. Tho removal of the duties on traction ehgines probably mcnna tho utilization of tractors In largo numbers to break additional areas ot land m Western Canada and perhaps In tho east also. Tlie desirability ot largely Increasing tho size of Canadian cottle herds is indicated in the removal oi: the duty on cattle. ��� agaihst Gorman poRltlons trol successfully attacked a "THE BAY." I Pekln, Feb. 10.-{By the Associated Press)-President Feng Kwo Cliang, in a remarkable manifesto, bitterly reproaches himself for. the country's political troubles. Ho declares he is too weak for the burden imposed upon him and forecasts his retiremen^t from the presidency as soon as order is restored. "At the time of the uprising in Hunan lisist year," says the president) "the cabinet advocated a militant policy! Though 1 gave my approval, 1 always have considered the difficulty ot the situation and liad been inclined to peace. I have not publicly declared war and this accounts for the present trouble." The president .analyzes the cause ot his misery, placing the blamei on Lianp Tlo. former governor of Hunan, who deserted, and others who failed to do their duty. GO TO KEIV. To Merchants, Dealers, Ranchers & Others IMPORTANT AUCTION SALE OF THE BALANCE OF Hap Mare Go/s Stock Idnesday, Feb. 20 on COMMENCING AT 9,30" A,M. IN THE PREMISES FIFTH ST. S., LETHBRIDGE FRANK WADDINGTON la favored with Instructions to sell, as above, by auction and without reserve, the balance of the abov^ stock in trade, consisting of Heavy and Shelf Hardware, GranltiBware, Galvanized and Tin Goods, Table Silver, Wire Netting, large quantity of Rope, Logging Chains, Builder's Hardware and Furnishings, Screen Doors, Store I'iping, Gas Stoves and a largo assortment of miscellaneous goods ...of general utility. The Fixtures, ine'uding Silent Salesmen, Counters, Shelving 9nd Cash Register will also be sold. CA-r/^LOGUHa READY ON TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 12TH AND MAY BE HAji ON APPLICATION AT THE HAYR HARDWARE ' �. ' CO., OR ' FRANK WADDINGTON, AucUoneer A certain merry little maldeii was observed wearing a little servlcebalt ot white satin ribbon In tlie "Sam Brown" stylo with diagonal' strap over the siiouldor decorated with threo rod service stars, -.".t ' "And wliat may this meanS; my Anmterdam, Feb. 11.-The Borllu Vossiaclie Zellung says that throe official reprosonlatlvoB of Auatrluu agricultural societies have gone to Kiev to dlBCuns economic quostlonH, fair friend?" , ; ' '"riieso thrde service stars?" the trosh young thing retorted flippantly -"tljoy only mean the three sei-vlce men I'm pngaged to - a soldier, a sailor and a inarino. I'll add a fourth star to tho collection it I'm over abl* lo bring dowu au airinau!" TUB BeeRWliHOMTAPEeR BRIWIOAIIOSOnMOBY IHe LETHBRIDSK BRBWI^^GA MALTING CO. UO. LlTHBItieai. AiHRTA. 69 ;