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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - February 16, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta CjX' HiSRALD PAILV AND WCEKUV Subterlptien Ratea: delivered, per weak -..... ii , IOC .00 TELEPHONES /Bnslnoss O^e .......... Pditorlal Office .. W. A. Buchanan Managing Director , 1263 ........... 122* John Torrance Business Manager Date* of e^ianr^ol subscrlptloM ap-�Z.____^r. offdrnsa label. ACCCpi pear iiJc'ly on address ^f>f flnta Is Snce Of papers a"er expiraUj,^ dat^=,�^^ :e or papers authority to continue the ^ubscrip-Uon. Vour King and Country need you right now� fTHE PROGRESS OF THE WAR ^ ' The United States conUnues in Its fcctive preparaUons for war. Presi-flent Wilson is expected to go to con-any time, and the war de-" calling for recruits lor J|ress at jjanment is there are have had the' greatest export business in their history since the war broke out. What win' happen after the war no one can foretell, but something must be (lone to industry and its probable future when he says; "Many importing houses In Great Britain and In other countries where flour Is an Important item of foreign trade seem to have difficulty in understanding the limitations of the Canadian milllhg industry. It Is perhaps natural to expect that where so much whea,t is grown there would be a co,n-siderable number of ilour mills of large capacity and widespread trading facilities. However, this is not the case. The tptal active daily capacity of Canada is no larger than that of the city of Jlinneapolis, and a con siderable part of this is no factor in tlie export trade of the country, "In all there are about twenty mill ing concerns that give any serious attention to exporting business, and some of t^ese are small. Only nine comp?inies have a daily output of 1000 barrels or Ofer, while 50 per cent, of the total production comes from four companies. A great majority of the BOO Bn4'odd flour mills that are scat- ^ PACKED PASSING THB Bf^MM There are nearly two thousand'veterans of the great war in Toronto. Hon. A. K. Kemp; minister of militia, one of the new recipients of knighthood, has decided to take the name of Sir Edward, Kemp, TheHev. A. A. Scott, paitbr of Zion Presbyterian church at Ottawa, from 1878 until last fall, died suddenly of cerebal hemorrhage recenUy. He was born In, Oxford county, in 1846. Colonel J. W. Stewart, Canadian deputy director of light railways, is gazetted a temporary brigadier-gen eral while commanding the Canadian railway troops. The playing o(! tlie VStftr Spangled Banner" In any diince )iBH,;,either as a single number or , in medley, is prohibited in a bill introduced in the Ohio house. �.82-1 !, ,. tered over the central and western the army. A vigorous protestis again p^^mces possess not the least in-|o be forwarded by the president to ^-5.354 tot^yg^ importers of flour, faermany, demanding the release of o,,y ^ jew of them have the ex-^he seamen taken by the Hun raider. peHence necessary to the successful Tind refusal of this demand coupled prosecutloi} of such trade, and some ^Ith other incidents, may lead to war. these ^re not well situated for Apropos of the submarine warfare, shipping " J-eports come from Britain of stories ^^w milling enterprises of told by seamen survivors of sub. vie- considerable siw have been projected tims, that the TJ^boats of the Huns i, Canada in the recent past, but for fere much inferior to those at first in various reasons none of these are In ju-se, and are being manned by novices, operaO^. V A country with such mag-fevldence of Germany's shortage of ex- ^ pU^^ ,j ^^^^^ naturally |.erienced naval men. attracts attention of this kind, and ^ Reportg |rpm the, war fronts an- ^ oth^r circumstances In years Cornice a. .^ctpry lor the French on ^^^^ ,^ �the western-front,^.;where the second and new mlHs will appear. Economic ilne German-trenches were penetrat- ^ond,uo,j� after the war will govern �d A big .battre-ys-lit. progress In the immediate future of the Canadian , _ milling induatry." fTHE LATEST PROPOSAL Jro HELP THE Y. M. C. A. If China declares war on Germany. proposal that the city-should the atuIT Is off. Who will wash all to iOirmany'S'dirty linen then? W. D. Elliott, who has been manager ot The Canadian Hanky of Commerce at Kerrobert, Saskv hfks been transferred to a similar-position at High River. Mayor Hughes, b^'Kingston, will endeavor to get the consent of the provincial license commission to have good liquor, cont^'cated by tbe police given to Kingston hospitals and charitable Institutlofa..... Lieut. Tracers Williams-Taylor, only son ot Sir Frederick WilUainB-Taylor, general manager bf the Batik of Montreal, was wound^ on Feb^>:.4, while serving with tbb Imp^rtat forces in Mesopotamia. Major W. F. Howland, who has been general staff officfsr in military district No. 13 since ^prillut year, has been appointed, general staff officer in miUtary district No. 10, and will be leaving Calgary (or Win nipeg shortly. Contracts were awarded fo the Bar-nett-McQueen company for the foundations, revetment work, pile driving and docks 16r the neweGstem terminals 2.000,000 -^.bvshe]s ."'elevator, which is/to be constructad^oh the Port Arthur water front. William Thoms^^ Anderson, years old, of Montfeal, for many years treasurer ot the Canadian Bs-press company, is ~d6ad. Sir Mortimer Davis, head of � tlte; big cigar and cigarette firm of Montreal, is the first Hebrew in Canaii* to be knighted. The de�th oecuired, at Edmonton; of the wife of Dr. Donald McQlbbon. She was a sister bf Dr. J. McDonald, of the Toronto Qlohe. A new governmlcnt regulation Is that no Canadian ship shall leavf Canada without a lincense an4 pqly When Its trip Is shown to be ot useMl service. '"�'.�\ Officials of tli-e Jewish W?r pufteTr ers' Relief Fund in New York sfiy nearly a milUon Jews In Pplahd, 0*lj icia and Bukowina, the "Mo imji'i Land" between the Austib-af)rm�l| and the Russian armies will die tti}^ starvation and exposure If thewor^i of relief is stopped. ' ' NARM ESCAPE NEARCCAIIESHOIM iiJE^^^^^ REMEDY FOR COUGHS V Promotion his come to W. E. Ditoh burn, inspector of Indian agenclei for the southwestern inspectorate o| BriUsh Columbia tor ^he Ust seTei years. In his appointment as chie, inspector of Indian agencies for tnp province. The aise by bylaw sufficient money Reimburse the siiking fund for ?48,000 j It looks as if the Kaiser was back- jthat-will have to be\careiuuy expiiuu------- ed to the ratepayers. At the present campaign, i These must be bad days iume the T. M. C. A. cannot meet its tor frlghtfvlness. obligations to'the city and the sinkiijg ~- 4und is treuches the Canadians are enjoying the cold weather and one of their ^rsereations well within the ehell zonev^ta the ice. ,-Hockey sticks have been obtained from I,ondon and a leagne of former Montreal, Toronto' and Winnipeg teams are competing for honors. , Four notes have been fount in Chatham mail hoses stating that the t office and customs building ia to blown up by a- bomb.:^^le^note8 were written on scrap paper tak^n from some waste pap^r atid are sin-^d, "A Pro-German Who Has Taken an Oath." Wholesale gfo^rsln-Ohiopgo greeted the government's hig:h:cp8t of living investigation with thb unounce-ment that canited' goikls'wi)l'��'%'1)but 33^ per cent;y.4hi|lhK this year, than In, 1916. Becauais'of the Florida trosts, which will keep a gr�at q^iiuty of fresh fruit and regetahles^otl't/bf :tbe market, canned goods will be more in demand as a staple, wholesalers.isay. of print paper and.%th�;raw mfiterini required for iU maaufacture. Word, has been received in Cflganr that Captain L. W. -ft Iller,! formerly adjutant of the I2th C.lfl.R. who crpaa-ed to France in August last yenir ap i captain in the 2nd C.M.R., )ifk� l;evi| gazetted major as the' resujt of )ilf work in the firing line. r Twenty automobile flotillas will supply ice dally to the field bosplt�l� back of the firing lines in Franoe, and $120,000 has-already been pledged tp an organization formed for this f>ur-pose at New York. The clothing store of Grafto|i &n^ company, Hamilton, wap desiroyfd h7 fire, which broke out Monday ehoit* ly before 9 o'clock and before it Wf^ under control, three hours later, dgoi-age to the extent of about faOO.opft had been done. * A bill. authorlting. homei^^efi^ f-tries on public lands 4h Al�fkaj con* tifkining coal, oil or gas, with � Hmittid patent to the .eiitry men reserriu t|f coal, oil .or gas to the jLJnltai^ 9^tett was passed by the senate, * I- Crown Prosecutor. A.,0, liorrlaon, K.C,'died shortljr- aft�f �|irval �t the court house at Halifax ^ Atte^4 the opening of the County Cqurl term when he suffered a stroke of apoplexy, V,(l>om. Our Own Coritspondsnt) ': Claresholtii, Feh. 16,-What might hare been a "very serious accident hftppetafiia on Friday last in the hills ^�tvof tofii when a FordI car driven hy Otr^o Getts did the ipop-ihe-loop BtuQt In going down a steep hill. The car| swerved -Qiir- the'Toad an^ hit a stbm.' breaking.imejtront wheel. It tiien .turned ttiree iimes over with >3itli occu|Mnt8 and it is a miracle that both were not killed. Qardo suffers severe bruises on his chest" and t|>e other occupant, Jbhnson, was very Mdly hurt about the head and ahoul-.ijibrs. People driving in the hills cannot be too careful in rounding bends .on the road as the snpw melting has inade the trails very treacherous. It is reported that Edward Grey, who left herewith the first six to enlist froih this town; Is on his way lt*i Efficient PioveA Vy �� 47 ineraMing' Mles^ 2iid It> Pleasant The chiUran loVe it,? It Uttet good, fives quick relief. Cilr* yowr nest It's only one A^quaiter the ueual-[|�in6u|^tv ^ ItVSafe Haa been u�e4 even' for Infintelor ovfT 47 yeiriJ^ -r > ' ; ETitylnMiAitfUSUU. 25e, SOe Jls^LOP , 1, home frpm the front. He has get a Aischargo from his regiment. Bvery-iMidy will be pleased to see the good-^itured Ed. The spring-like weather still hangs ^n. and the only ones heard kicking lire the curlers, their argument being tjiat they think it -would be better to have our cold weather over In Febru-igrr. so that when the farmers start The French .c�Wnet has decided qp Swil'l'.'""''.,*''*'' would be no delay the reduction ih^he number of pagM �>.wi�� to � freeseup. Of course it is of the daily newapapers. The ob�q�� will be made to curUl) the^coiiiiump. **n�"^'>' '�>e curling ice. tlon of coaliahd the iphrcbaae abrpkd ""'nks represenUng the Car- �i.�na tne j>pciiaie pprpM ^^^^^^ Curilng Club visited the local JV SwiOrt �|�Uus, ^rtlst and busl-nMfl mtn, hought the Salmagundi OluVt n!i��|t ll�-Hbrls mug. sold a auStion with ^w^ntythrae others at th* olub'b sixteenth library mug dinner, at ��w York. The designer of ?bt. iug. for which Mr. Saltus paid fl'oorwM William Fair Kllne^ Arthur Delaby,; fi^eff 23, "formerly well known on the rade tracks of the country as a jockey, V�8 sentenced at Windsor by Pqlie8 Mf gist^itfe Leg-gatt to serve ^0 dftys (fi^jail.'Ho wbh c.onvicted on two separate charges of t^Oft. At tug vexBlratiOji of hiS iBon-tencc he will h� djlibrtjjfl.' . The ',J:atepayer8 Jwhich'to reimburse the slnWng ftmd. h j ^ '^d Is now the City M^AF^:^: -- ijroposed that It snau ^^^^Z^ ^e^r^tdfn^ provinces set the pace the "T." still leaving the'^aslum ^^^^ ^ ,,ber old east. And for regular x jtig hardly likely that the eastern noney thbsTaised n_t^^ ^ ^oman franchise |he annual insta.ments of Pri^"P�;^,tl, IHUe opposlOon as the west hnd interest on the "T" loan will bp ^ '^'^ purposes. With the money tpaid, and at Oie end of the life of the done. Bebentures, the "Y" -would be all paid itor, and could be turned over free of Canada's *fg war loan i^ebt to the board of managers. \' The scheme looks like a likely soln .een. decorated by his majesty the king :Ut Buckingham Palace with the 'niilitary Cross for valor on the fle^. Church left Edmonton as a^trppp^r ih the 19th Alberta Dragoons under Lieut. Col. Jamieson. In "England he was transferred to the iRoyal Engineers and had been promoted, reaphing the rank of captain in the .2S)st'company;'R. E. " ' �* : " , C. R. Williams, a Northern Fapifie brakeman, suffered th^ loss of both arms at the shoulders' when he fall from the top of a moving-trfin'^ between two cars kt West-Bfid,'l]itrincsr ton, Mont. He is in a critical epndl-' tion. He was making rhif .iMt trip' prior to visiting his home {Qlliipouri.' Baroness Anna von Schel|�/ wite of the present head of the Belgian Re4 Cross, died in New York J>e�th. it was said, was the indirect 'r�*||lt ot. exposure at the time th�^' Utaking of the steamer Arabic, 'on which she was a passenger. _^ H ; It was officially announced at Calgary that Pte. Alfred Smlt^ h(t� been awarded the D.C.M. Hp'vap'a mem^ ber of the 49tb battalibn alld is at present a student in the mptor' and gas mechanics class at l(h^d them when IwasiW tlid-fputh African War, and, fiuding"j.lie jSepeflt -''As U-constant user of LW. ea�ieHV%�blets .f would like to add tber�f,"vi UjBlu'-since-, wften-ever Ifelt lun-down. laiwtt.vs recoinmend' thljy. 46 all !thut is clRimea for tlieirfj' lui'ray opinion ^liey are iitv bcsf tonic anyoD'ecan take fcr loili ^ pf nppetifc, poornees of the difference, they , to have -some '-wuft^.jji active Betviee," -......r- % or ffcncrnl ^weakness of pre sys- teiii.....We hsve liaj 'u lot -of fiard ti'iin-ing here, and soma tilhs'ngo I began to :f��l:tf�\i:etf�in,.bul, 1 got some Drv-Caa-. sell's Tttbleis, and prised at what a ade in me. 1 mein �Jto olivayi). oa Dr. CkutB't Tahhit put new lift and oigour ii�f*� mtd it-ith mnd vitml "rgy ��� loon In your#- Tablets to put an edge on your wpelite, Ml oower in your Wood, induce and regton JL^ nwi .jrce. ^''^MK t� true tonk>lood free froin TW S.drugp�iL____ % sample. On rMclpt-of, 5 I ; to cover ng.^nd pack- frSs sample fllVhe rdS.UfU5.�F: ay>ronto.- - r>T. CnescW. Tablets are Nutritive, ?e�2IS''7fmrt\'TfS'r'**' and Anli-apaemodic. niid the reeoiiutma.. �^a��>;>'"' Nervous �riakdown Ntrvs Paralytii infanlil* WeakiMM Nturaethsnia Cisspietinti*. ? i|;|t-||uiritisn Anamia W|kt?n> oiNasas Kidney Trsufal* : :^atit|atisii . neuraiimniB Oyspepeia' ' ^-tV(f||^^^^ Specially valuable for nursing ootMrs and' durio? llie . Oritlcal Periods pr,lire. 'A  ) Sold by DnifgidU aiul Ktorckefpcrrf-thronchontCanada. PrioM: One tnl�, 50 ceiiU; �U tube* for tM. price ul Ore: War tax. 2 cenU per tube Mtr*. �eW Propristeni Or. catseir* C�,. li�, ||�^*li*sl�r, Inc. If there |s no more success attending the German submarine warfare in this next twP ropnths than there has been in the past twp weeks, Kaiser .BIl^ will be a mighty sick man. For ^Cilijrou can prepare 8; l^^plous. nourishing meal :|n || few moments for hii8i>ai|4 Who must hurry off t(^ tl^ipfss, for children who n^iut^�wt|e off to school-a |ne^ that supplies all the nutjfiment for work or play a^ a oost pf a few cents. For brqilffait with milk or creanii 07 |bf any meal with fr|ilt^. ||ade in Canada. '-iA'^i'" ' ' MR. It Will be to Yow Interest to S^eM Before Puying Elsewhere We manufacture and carry in stock a complete line o^ , WE SAVE YOU MU^^ t Y ' OH WtARlNG APPAHtl ^ MHl' '�> FOR YOURSCLF & ^ AMU V HENNEStY&V^USUN NORTH LLTKnKilUa Harness Collars Saddles Chapps Saddlery Hardware TrunKs Suit Cases Fancy Lcatli^r Goodfs THE ALBERTA SAD! ^ Fifth Street S. ;