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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - February 16, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE TEN THE LETIlBUlDfiE. DAh.Y HERALD SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 10, 1918 I't is approved by ihe governor PjA ral. when same .shall bo refunded f:*l| io miblUhcrs or to tho munufnc- [ l\U report to tho publ Jurors or part t0 a hundred pounds being (be price fixed by prior orders to be paid to the manufacturers and thirty-five cents a hundred pounds making up the total of S2.S5 to be paid into the credit of the controller to such chartered banks as may be designated by the controller as representing: the government, such sum to remain until such time as tho commissioner's final PREMIER'S CONFERENCE Toronto. Feb. 1G.-Active the Dominion police for the up of military service act defaulters began in Toronto today on the streets. As a result five of tho men taken in by the Dominion police officers on the streets were sent to the exhibition camp and put into khaki during afternoon. Govt. Issues a Statement As To The Proposal Following Conferences the f Vta i 1 I* C C� # l; \ Auction Ottawa, Feb. 16. - The provincial premiers and members of the Dominion government *verp again in conference this morning, adjourning shortly before ono o'clock to meet again this afternoon. Immediately after this morning's session, Hon. J. A. Calder. minister of immigration and colonisation, who is acting as chairman, stated that he bad no information to give out with � -regard to the proceedings. An official ' statement would, he said, be handed I"out for publication later on. A photo-i graph of those attending the confer-j ence wa6 taken after this morning's ! session. | C PORT STANLEY FLOODED Port Stanley. Out., Feb. It?.- Ice blockades have blocked up both sides of Kettle Creek to such an extent, that residents, on the main streets are being removed in boats. The whole town is flooded and there .is danger that many tugbots will be carried out into the lakes by the rush should the ice gorge break. �7� V A 7* We, the undersigned wfll self at Publio Auction at the farm of E. R. Renfrow, South Half Sec. 30-3-19, 4 miles south and 2 mftes et6t of Coattafe. March 1 X Avery 18-36 tractor, used 10 dojrs; 1 all work 12-25 tractor, used i0 days, no reserve*; 1 5-bottom P. & O. plow, new; 2 Inteaational engine disc harrows Oew; 1 Dodge Touring Car, run *8d0 miles; 1 3-bottom John ^Dewre self lift plow; 3 "McCor-inick S-ft. bindery ne>w; 1 Dewing S-tt. binder, new; 1 10-fL Moaitor press drilt new; 1 Kentucky pre3S drill; 1 Hoosier press drill, mew 3 3% wagons, new; 1 wagon, extra heavy. Fish make; 1 farm truck; 1 land jaoker; 2 4-section steel drag harrows, new; 1 Daering mower; 1 Emerson mower; 2 JainesviUe 14-ia. gang plows; 2 sets harness, one new, with breeching; 3 150-bus, grain tanfcs. new; 2 hay racks;'1 cook stove; 1 heating stove; 1 round extension dining table; 6 dining chairs; 1 set dishes; cooking utensils. LIVESTOCK ,1 5 year old gelding, broke, weight 1300: 1 5 year old gelding, broke, weight 1400; 1 S year old mare, brake, bred; 3 4 yeor old geldings, weight 1300 to 1500; 2 yearling heifers; 2 brood sows; S shoats, 60 to SO lbs.; 25 ewes; 1 registered Shropshire Ram. .Blacksmith outfit; 4 steel oil drums; 5 wooden barrels; chair-s. .ihovels. axes,; lot of junk too numerous to mention. Note-There will be a low reserve i?id on the Avery tractor and Dod^e .motor car. No reserve on other articles. Sale at 1 %\m. Terms cash unless otherwise arranged. E. R. RENFROW, ) M. A. MORRJLL, [ E. H, TRACHT ) Auctioneers: Geo. M. Legler, Nantcn, G. P. Deardorff, Sox 550, Lethbridfle. If the secret of making corn palatable, appetizing and delicious had been known in those days, potatoes would not have become a staple food, because corn is four half times more nourishing than til For twelve years the Battle Creek Toasted Corn Flake Co, London, Ont, has been making corn a delectable and nutritious food, more economical in actual food value than cooked oatmeal, beefsteak, eggs, i chicken, and many other foods. > It is a staple, three-times-a-day food, and Sold only in the original red, white end green package. milk. 7 TOASTED Owners LICENSED BY THE FOOD CONTROLLER UNDER NUMBER 2-055 ONLY MADE IN CANADA BY The Battle Greek Toasted Cam Flake Co., Head Office and Factofy: London, Ont Est'd 190C Limit* �t4 \i j Most Beautiful Car in/bnetica FFK3ENCY is the watchword of today. The Nation's busine* ust go forward swiftly and surely. The conservation of Time Health and Energy is quite as important as the conservation of food stuffs and other national resources. If you are a business or professional man, a Paige Linwood "Six^c/* will enable you to multiply your usefulness. It will carry you to and from your office-it will enable you to keep appointments on the minute-it will make you independent ox mile posta, congested trolley cars and unhealthy "waiting rooms " A "Linwood" will perform all of these tasks eagerly and unfailingly. You will find it as necessary, and quite as dependable, as the telephone. /�A i Zc- -in-. V F ,,iPT� *�?JW- probands ^-passenger Lim/cod Six-39 5-oaisenpcr �1330; GlcnJale "Six-39" Chummy Roadster $1330; Dartmoor-Six-39 2 or J-pass-nger ti 330; Sedan "Stx-39" 5-passcnger Ji925. * Ail f o. b. DcLroitL PAIGE-DETROIT MOTOR CAR COMPANY nPTpT^^H The Henderson Garage Corner Sixth Street and 8ixth AveNfe South Phone 588 Provincial Distributors for Pairjc-Detroit Motor Co., Detroit, Mich. ttttjnva. Feb. 16.-Tho government issued tho following statemeni re-snrilintf ihn many proposals anil tl�-m:inds that during roeent mom lis have iKHMi nuule on it to the otiert that alien labor nnd alion enemi^M re^itleiu. in Canada should be conscripted for aKrieulture and industrial purposes or that they should be compelled to work "tor soldiers' pay; "At recent conferences held in Januarys t Ottawa with agricultural representatives of the provincial governments and of orgauized labor considerable attention was directed to the advisability of measures whereby persons of enemy nationality should be s i subjected to some form of ronserip-,J� tion in order to relieve labor conditions. The matter was discussed from every si and point and the conclusion was reached that it would be inadvisable and in a very large measure impracticable to carry into effect any such system of compulsion of labor. Perfectly Clear The attitude of orgauized labor was made perfectly clear; namely, unqualified opposition to any proposals for industrial conscription of either aliens or British citizens. They maintained that any attempt to conscript alien enemies with a view to relieving existing labor conditions would ; but intensify the situation and make 1 more difficult the problem now con- j fronting the nation. They pointed out | in Great Britain where the labor prob-j lem is much more serious ihan here,! 'V' 1 r*'ri ttCOMPOtfOOFTHK CONTAINS NO ALUM 1NT8 AMD N0NC OTHUt^ , ^jONATI OF 3OTAIU0/3 STARCH. It is a pure phosphate bakin dcr and is guaranteed by us to pow- - , ^ -, �e the best and purest baking powder possible to produce. TAINS NO* The perfect leavening qualities of " Magic"' combined with its purity and wholesomeness make it the ideal baking powder. The ingredients are plainly printed on the label and our half century reputation should be sufficient guarantee of the high quality of these ingredients. E.W.QILLETT COMPANY LIMITED WINNIPEG TORONTCXONT. MONTREAL I* totalled $370.(>4G.4(i8. Free goods during the ten months amounted to ()S^,S4i> as against $304,318,080 in 1917. Duty collected during the ten months of 1918 totalled $136,339,474 which was a substantial increase over the same period a year ago when it reached $11!U4U53. RESTRICT COTTON EXPORTS- Figures For 10 Months Ending January Show Substantial Increase Ottawa. Feb. 16.-Canada's trade for the ten mouths of the fiscal year end- the authorities have refrained from . , , t , anv such action, mainlv on account of | �n ,^"Li:!vy lU' r,eaenctl a1tot�I of ilications that I -29�'193.-(t�. according to the mon- ths international compli might arise therefrom and also because of the belief that compulsion for industrial purposes is unwise and undemocratic. "If it is impracticable at present to thly statement issued from the customs department today. This constituted an increase of 5351,203.579 over the same period last year, when the total trade amounted to ?1.S7S,-2S4.G97. Domestic' merchandise ex- Berlin, Feb. HI.-Negotiations have been opened between the representatives of the allis and the Swiss government, for n discussion of the demand of the entente governments that the exportation of cotton articles i.o the central powers be further restrict- J ed. WOMEN SECTION HANDS ON STRIKE Pottsville, Fa., Feb. lf�.-Women section hands employed by the Lehigh Valley railroad on the Shenandoah and Lost Creek branch arc on strike. They receive $1.S0 for a nine-hour day and they am striking for $3. They will bo organized by a union organizer today. "FOR THE FREEDOM OF THE WORLD" their em ploy merit in industry; rhj government under existing eircum-snu co? deems it unwise to embark upon such a policy. Should Be No Idlers. "The imperative and pressing needs of the country urgently demand that there shall bo no idlers in Canada during the remainder of the war. Holy writ declares that if a man will not woik neither shall h? eat. Those who deliberately and wantonly obstruct; and i ln= adopt a special policy of compulsory. , . , . . , - n-.lo11 .. 8ervice toward alien enemies, it is oh- ��r 8 r"lcUfu ;l tot�l of $l.3aj.Ml.KS4 viou* that there would be even great-; tU,n'V^ T T" "VLi'00T"8 er difficulty in discriminating against! a^"'f $9GO.,Jb.O.- during: 19 The other aliens in Canada in respect of \ nf domestic merchandise dm- 1 mg the month ot January this year. however, were lower than a year ago. They totalled $9G.21G,2S4, as against $99,100,259 a year ago. Merchandise Consumed Merchandise entered for consumption during the ten months this year reached a total of $S23.059,701, as compared with $fi74.964f54S a year ago. During the month of January the fatal of this class was $00,077,414, whicfc was lower than in January, 1917. when the national purpose by .subordinating; it reached $72,323,074. Foreign mer-everything to indolent <;elf-enjoyment ehamlise exported during the ten i and selfish indulgence may confident-; months of the fiscal vear totalled $3S,-! ly cnticipate that the auth rity vested : S74.724, as against $20,470,769 for a I in Hie government and parliament will similar period in 1917 and coin and I be used for compelling them to take bullion exported was S2.972.S22 as com-! part which every true citizen should , pared with $190,190,007 a year ago. ' freely and voluntarily fulfill. But the J 1 exercise of such power must be of' general application." The total of dutiable goods entered for consumption during the ten months ended January ?,f was $4110,-970,S;j5. Last year this clays of goods II I The Final Type Phonographs It plays all records, Bruns-wtck, Pathe.and every American and foreign record made, and plays them better. No bother changing needles. The Brunswick is fitted with a sapphire ball that never wears out. Prices range from $45.00 to $2,-.00.00. These beautiful clear tone machines can be seen and heard a t- A. Williamson^, North Lethbridge And at the offices of the district distributors. PATTERSON & AGENCY Union Bank Building* 415 Third Ave. S, 11 Montreal, Feb. B1.-A series of economies and re-adjustments whereby the city of Montreal would have more than a million dollars annually is one of the outstanding features of the report to the city council by the New York bureau of municipal research which wa3 released for publication. The elimination of the clerical staff of the board of control is advised, such work to be done by the city clerk's sUff. The establishment of a civil service commission, the sitting of the records court on Sunday and holidays, are among the recommendations jnade by the bureau. 4 GRAIN EXPERT DEAD I I Chicago, Feb. 10.-Fdward M. Hig-gins, grain expert with an international reputation, died at his home here last night of heart disease. He was S8 years old and a son of one of Chicago's first packers. While president of the Armour drain company "he was credited with a prominent part iu smashing the so-called Leiter wheat corner in 189SS. ANCHOR-DONALDSON LINE POPULAR SERVICE Canada to Glasgow FttY full information apply to Agents or Company's Office, 270 Main St., Winnipeg. UNDERTAKING OUR SAMPLE ROOMS ARE FILLED WITH LATEST AND NUMEROUS DESIGNS OF GOODS. OUR POLICY 18 TO CURTAIL EXPENSES, ENABLING US TO SELL AT LOWEST PRICES. HAVING ADDED | MOTOR FUNERAL I CAR ners OURTEOUS attention to your needs wherever you may travel is something you appreciate, and being a Ford owner you can get it. You are always ' 'among friends". There are more than 700 Ford Dealer Service Stations throughout Canada. These are always within easy reach of Ford owners for gasoline, oil, tires, repairs, accessories, expert advice or motor adjustments. The cost of Ford Service is as remarkably low as the cost of the car itself. Nineteen of the most called for parts cost only $5.40. Just compare this with the cost of spare parts for other cars and ^you will realize the advantage of owning a Ford* -i i Are noAv in a position to give up-to-date service. GET OUR PRICES BEFORE PURCHASING. MecKay end MacKay 803 Third Ave. S. Phone 1E02. Open Day and Night Touring � Runabout Coupe -Sedan � $495 $475 $770 $970 THE UNIVERSAL CAR One-ton Truck $750 Ford Garage F. O. B. FORD, ONT. 9 Dealers A. P. Veale, Dealer Z. N. Skouson, Dealer Lethbridge - Warner Raymond 9928 ;