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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 14, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE1 SIX tEfHBftlri'GB. 'DAILY What National Service .7 i yCdmmissioii Proposes been fill 'Hi Diierimiou.'V'iu' icfefl Jo Vlli ITOV Ottawa. It. Ucniielt (Ills gave out tin official stale- merit covering Iho deliberations ol tlifl.niitlonal service board, vvbMi con- cluded it slllins or several iliys' ilur- Elioh hero'on Friday last. The most ImixiMant annouuceLNciu from-llie wesumi siaudiwlul Is Hint conferences lo hold'at Wliml PJB, and Kdnioiiton, lial'lns for'ilicSr object Ilio supjilyins of la- Iron for iveslcrn -farmers, Mr. Don- [icll's stalPfflfiJt includes Hie follow- IDE: V'Farm -most serious jiroblcm di-manillUB immediate solu- tion was dial reining lo tho provid- ing of sufficient tabor_Jo-teed Iho land available snd rcsily for crop tills H IVM pjlliiialcd that Ihcre rc'iu wesicru Cnnacla more ac'rc-ilof land ready for cropping this coming' spring tliau last year. The Rliortasc labor In the wosl, owing (o the fccavy euHslnioiUF.'Is about 000 men TSIa deficiency can only be three sources: (a) From elites snrt totvos by men not avail- able for military service, but who pos- some actual knowledge ol fnrm- ins or, at least, of haoilllrvp horses; (b) from the provlncc'ot Quebec, Ibis licln- the only tan of Canada vvliere, committee' of (lie national service lioard was referred lo II was staled thai (but body would shortly bo In n position lo submli a complete report oil this subject wtlli r side civil service of Canada. Local li ivas l lo (lie lu- urged that more (roqucut meetings of _lhe board wore desirable, uml lu order to overcome, -tho objections ou Iho sQore of expense, it decided to Inaug- urate A policy of separate meetings ol Hie eastern and western "Headquarters' Organization At (ho conclusion of Iho meeting motions were jiit-scil' expressing of Iho uulirlns efforts of Iho director- general, ppcrelary and headquarters' slaffl .On Thursday evening (lie, mem- bers of the board were the guests of ilr. Dennett at ilinncr at llie ftldc-au club. Tbc iirime minister, Iho minis- tor to whom iho" Ijnnrd Is directly re- sponsible, was presejit and briefly oil- dressed then on the Important tfork Ibal hail been placed in ilieir hands. He felt thai their duties would ho creditably discharged expressed Ws deslro Lo afford hoard "every asslsLaitce. in his pc la promote the efficiency of the .or gaiiizatlou. Ho highly .gratified with (lie iu aimer lu ivhlcli Hie ivork need tor'ti email, stock Ion. aiid n couslJwablo addition to Iho sloch barii. In livestock 'there Is Iho beglmiluE of n. gooj herd hi both llol- steln nlid JcrBCy breeds. As (hero is DO brceillns stoch-r'la llic I beef breeds. The phanuaocllfal. nssoclallon itt's Iho. province lias n moitorn laboratory, al IhQ.nnlverslly nl aft ox- 1'enso of over It Is one of llie.' bcsl of the kind lu Cnua'da. IT' Jl. was nypotuted lUfc'ctor. .The -report llio of oi- tension slates tliat ilurins tho year 132t lectures were given In 125 com- munities and In lolal allcaJance of pcoplo as ngnihst nL 200 lectures for the ]ireccLlhlg year. Sixteen si'Uools conv Lictcd'iii (bo hlgirschoot debating lea- Bne. '-'i'hero-.aro In- circulation '112 J urarlcs cmUululiig ,'fho- revenue wlileli Is gliovvii to bo Is inede .uii of n first class Pfovlncl.il Bovcruinenl icea 57.UE.75; rcnlnls 111- iluslrlnl laboratory 'earpcu- ter slion 551.22. There Is n nel deficit of (UCI during .the was paid-in salaries, INAUGURATES BIG ,r CAMPAIGN Jlcv. G. G, House, nftcr a'clifrl Va: culloii uoru, loft hot lila Hold at Hdvon; put ol II." UoUowny 'romntiid at Hits afatlou. from Information disclosed by nation- had been carried on In'the past." al service cards, there appe.irs to be a surplus or suitable-labor; anil (c) from the United Stales. iiaUona) service board his undertaken "to corelale lUe efforts of the -various organizations now at work ou Ihls nroblem by call- ing, conferences humedfatsly at Win- nipeg, Regina and ICdiiiuiiica, which are to be attended by representatives of- the federal deyarlnient of agricul- ture, labor, arid ike.Interior, the pro r facial departments ot agriculture, the transportation companies and the farmer and labor organizations. The object of cqnlprences is to lake -immediate, action to "supply the vrest tbe labor required, thereby af- fording who have ou their na- tional serrice cards signified Ibeir undeilake other work during'this great crisis, an opportunity rind employment iu increasing .producliou ia Can- j' "OecupallonVl Survey The board approved of ihc action that had l initiated in 'Cpnaeclioii wlUi'.ilie n ins.'oi' aii" occupaUorial '.surrey, lo ''-which' referefT'e iras" made" .by 'Ibe priinev minister in the liousc of com- mo'ns'a feiv days ago.1 Through' (liiE survey IL is proposed to determine ;lhe condition employment prior io the Quilireak ot war, Ihe "present con dlllotis and-the proljalila sit .''uaUoii ,in regnrd 'will Ihc "lalyjlaled'yiior lo cpriiplcting ot service Beards. .One, ol the important -'object tc Id supply any. lalor deiicleiici thai 'may HQTT ,bc -found esseniial Industries. afte discussion, hs.s .undertaken to fofmuIMe.plaP.STj'Uh. respect tq.lH ore fseaJs: Force and forV iheir- ,'cKi 'is bclieyea tb'at.-ibc intonna lion 'obtained, by i the parlianicnlar; coiiiTuittce reeehlly li; .itic, various organizaUqns'ithrqu'ghou Uie'rouulry; can be systeniafizeli cm utnizeij. IB 'the greatest' effect oy In Lpa'rdvof ..national .serrice. posed tfl inrpnbation biir. solJlers overseas pn wbat Tvorlt .they "are reason ol their former and; trairiirig. The (From. Our Own 'Champion, '-'Alia.', Clirion, (oniiorly Fob, has gone In wllh haa n new hcnutlful spring t Uio pasl 'wcuk, combined svlili, ;cxcollcm )iiis broiiKht onl the iiioLorlate u large again, Mr.'J.'Mc- Jrcgor and, family piotored lo Vnl- ;ory ou-Saturday for it sliort vldlt. number "of tlte Cliaiuplon jiebplo odvantago ot "Tcss of tbo iSlorni ulaye-l al Vulcan jast -JVeiJ- 'I'ho largo COLIC or t ]iul on 'by tbe MclhodUL church CarniQUEoy IRS! FrJUfty, pfovert" very cording lo accounu of thogo went hero. I.e. Hoy -ifarfalt roiurucd from syendlug.Iho'winter Jn STANDING BOARD WILU ,V DEAL WITH BATT.; FUNDS Fob, following atiimlhig hoard has been appointed to den 1 funds Pf battalions, of Are flie Four Fruits Used la !s HIB only- Dicdiclno In Iliu uortd 'that Is ui.ido' from (lio Juices of fresh fruits. Titus, H Is manifestly unfair lo Uko Frult-a-tives uccnuso 1 liavo fried oilier reinedics had llie'j' fi'iy On (InJo'Uicr Iia'nil, tli'ofMt n the K fiQm_any olhcr Is Jus I why y ou sliouW Biyo )t 4 fair, trial, 'in niV'trouWc. of Iho sTloumdi. tiyer, Kidneys or "i'ruit-a- isfeitipoifdeflficuftii'f frintiplt oj and thegrttittst tttri'e tonic ti'tr disswrrtd, Q box, G for (-2.00, trif I liyl'ruil-a vOiic Uiiiig iliat'ndcls excess value and'life v llic VOURaml Sixjis llici.spqcial ,'v1., steels ii'scd in the. 'J cspdcially for.'- cars. is" the scientific [icat'trcaimcut vilal like gears, axles, axle1 shafts, .which ninkcs them'strdrigcr, n'crmUs lighlt'r weight yvith incrcascti-1-.' Faculty of Agriculture Ac- complishes of Slalt in Service. TnaLlon! so. obtained he classified (Special lo the Herald) Edmonton, 13. In the annual report of the -University of Alberta which was Jald.iipon .the table oi'.lLe esislaturW.J Or. H. "-SI. ccaHs about, fifty per 'cent; -ol the staff, as it stood al Ihe beginning df, ivar, bavc bollsted for acllvq Eer- -ic'e a'ndi'states ahestudenls aiid stadu enually -honorable rec During the year all ttie anti-lyuhoic yacclnc_ used in the -Tu-ovlnce by the mililary. was. 'manufactur- ed in the. university, baclerlolqsicai and the-' .T BOW performing this- function, for. iheSveslprh proyiuces. U_ is'mentlou. ed that Prof. Boyle, head of Llie de- 'physics -joined -SI a in', research .work In connccUoq .yritl submarines. _ .Tiie.-siaff Qf the rhe -Id professors, a55islaat special lecturers, 4 demonstratora am 10 iaslrucforsj'lD .the faculties a I art: arid science, mefli cine, .agriculture, law and the school of The following afe pnrtlculars o student 25; fourth year 40; Iblnl yea (74; second y'ear 104; first, year 174 plal -IIS- -Of these Kl naen au 57 diatribute'd in the varioiia' facu the numbers. are as follows: Art md science. 203- applied science 10 and the organizaiioa cre- ated jviLh the aid of existing agencies Ipfprpnde suitable for are relurn'ed end t" 50; Tnedfcme 42; agriculture 12 double.coui "Local It '.was also de- cided .lo cb'arse Ihe district ilir'ectors wHh tbe'.respon-sibillty of organizing 'national" service "leagues5 in 'cveiy These leagues -viH endeavor ID corelate the efforts of all existing or'ganizalions hariDj.for taeir'. ,ob- Jects. the -more efficient clilization 01 .the asricnltural, ar-d jlinanbiaj resources of ,the Elate The; board .also give'ils assist ancc minlEters "of finance .'and agriculture on-tholr pro- ptisfl'ntla tor thritr, for war, loan pur poses .of- agricultural and'Industrml .nroductlo'n. "Women Munilloh, Labor .'Tho yirhole action i of 'tJie ulillia'tloa woman labor in Canada 'during (Jac war ruas thorongbly" discussed. The matter had been "very carefully ifl ligaled. before and al available information -was placed-be- forc: llie boacd. -fiiclr caie (oat .aVc noV cinplore< Jri munilioa rlanls. almost lo Ibo ful esleal 'Tnerc neces sity at this moment for 'patriolic1 ger vice" on the part of In thea plants. Eraployraent" ahoiild only n" sn-jglil -wno require It (o the TMjrpoac of -supplying' Ihemselre or thefr dependents wltlni Jirelihood. far Home unanim ously of -tiie The opinion having.j-egard -lo chansed, .condlllotia TCbicti have euHcdjlrom.lhe breaking off of diplo- the Unlieil should fee taken by- (he 'Dooilrtlon'government to; mobilize a large, army for home defense and ol tho Milflla act-In 'thai-behalf should be In addition to being a for the safety iL would .release'V men'for overseas V'Alftn. board' TOS of: (he LOplnion that such-action be possible under tDlernationa1. ro'orerttions .should be lalcen with fe s pc ct.' lo a vie ini mijifclnf them ns fann dur- ing the present year. V, ''Public was adopted regarding 'for overseas EerTicc.riqff employed Dominion, provincial and municipal KaveramfenLs of Canada.'' Bearing. DJI It Is made by the MoniricaJ, Feb. onshire at the Canadian Club, today, of Winnipeg, prcslileut; U, I. Towers, lgn for nml a. 'halt uiiUion dull reducing friction '-.and. wear to ilie very lowest' point. year afltr year, with cost. Tin's.' is wliy.a 'Stiuletakcr.in of tM jnbst ccoii'oihical 'cars' in llic world, to biiy. 322 Sixth Street, Opposite Prop. Sisljv "bricjis ...nccompiinicd ailmiision f Ib ;tljb i'Unlttx lusitcp .lle.vlco, Stales.' whJcJ) ollicnvise woulil hnvc' bcoi Uisimlcil. Tlic'bricks iaro yal "eel -V i tl tmi I'iililiii f.6.K Ford, O.nt. If 7you ii light fov.ovci'ycltty vj c'c; t lie ncvf- iiib'dc 1 ;Fp rd- 31 u iVn'b'O u t-. c i'l'ei'erciicUi IGc ne (Club House per cenl. Briiish 'genesis, 55 per cen Tue work of the new faculty of agr oujjlil to see'the you ..one th'i.s season. Orders givers liiw f-ii niific, the 'he oratories for agronomy and soils ha .jiiive fprccri us tit oi'.tlic Club Tloiise, 6i ity. The lilltcr Vvc 'refuse high' Lcok at Tonguel Move Poisons From "MiUic.yoii like :i JjiSQOO.OO car .Have (iicni lo protect yqnrsclf. Mother! Your' child isn't naturally cross and peevish. Sec If tongue- Is Will be fully maintained 'i i Prices will be as foSiows When listless, pale, full of cold, bad breath, throat sore, doesn't eat, sleep or act naturally, has stem- OUT CHAINS. ach-ache, diarrhoea, remember, a gen- 2 Mk1 s for tle liver anil bpWel cleansing should always'' be" (he first jrealuent Club lliiuse Size V.. ol for 'children's Ills; give a ing food which is Ihe bow- ll lor (he roiih roiuls. Once Tried Always Smoked cla passes cut of the system, and you lsci tlic.Wniulcrfnl X IJejiairs Uiulisiors. ;5 children lo're this harmless, delicious "frail and li never fails to effect a good "inside" cleansing. Di- Vallens CQmpany5 Limited London Canada ages and grown-ups are plainly on the today savf-s a sick .chiJc! romor hut set the genuine. AsV BAALIM GO frrnia Sy.-up of ihen loak nnc accountancy 15- The figures shoT that 15 per cen of .the" student body Is oE Erilish o gin and 21 percccL.ot bitt' Of thc.latle'r li per cent. Is from ih ;