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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - February 17, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta .SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 17, 1917 tfffi LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD PAGE FIVE FEED GRINDERS See' our Plate Choppers and Roller itftlls before you bdy. They cost less and give better service than lighter machines. G. KISCHEL Lethbridge Iron Works A inemorlnl tablet to E. Pauline Johnson, poetcsts of Six Nations Indians, who died in - Vancouveruvlll be greeted in the public library at. Braiftford on March 7.. FURNITURE AND PIANO MOVING A SPECIALTY. COAL AND DRAYING McLean Transfer Office: Balmoral Block Phone 1097 Residence: 624 Seventh St. S. Phone 1089. DRAYING ' OF ALL KINDS COAL C. O. D. PHONE 13 4 5 Turner & Wijcliell Office at Kennedy's 410 13th St. W-___' A Beautiful Completion May be Obtained fay the, Use of Stuart's Calotum' Wafers, the . Greatest of All Blood Purifiers., No need for anyone to go about any longer vyith a face (Covered with^'pim-ples,' blotches, eruptions,' blackheads, and liver spots. These are all due to impurities in the blood. Cleanse the blood thoroughly and the., blemishes' will disappear. - ^ DRAYING Of All Kinds WesternTransferCo. v / Limited Gfflce^-C P. R- Freight Shed3 ai. V Office ; Sables PHONES 1163 1064 Gait Coal Delivered Lump, 2-ton .............$9.75 Single Ton.............. 6.00 .Nut'Coal, 2-ton......... .6.00 Sino'e Ton ..........; 3.25 v *l�  53-6 Get The- Atlas Transfer Draying of All Kinds Service Satisfaction" COAL C. O. D. Office at Frank Miles' Shoe : � . ' Store - � B. VVIgg, Prop. Phone 1717 55-6 "Stuart's Calcium Wafers .'Will give you an excellent skin color and remove all facial eruptions." That's what StuaWs- Calcium Wafers are intended to 'accomplish and do accomplish. Their. principal ingredient is Calcium Sulphide, the quickest and most, thorough- blood cleaner known. V These wonderful' little waters get right into the blood and destroy eruptive substances present in it. In some eases a few days , ar^e sufficient to make a marked improvement. And when the blood is .pure the whole system is a hundred per cent, better Go to any drug store and get a 50-cent box of Stuart's Calcium Wafers. Get them today. Don't fret any longer about those blackheads, pimples, boils, tetter; eczema spots or skin eruptions; they all go and "go quick" if you use Stuart's Calcium Wafers. A small iiample package mailed free by sending coupon below. / Moose Jaw, Feb. 16.-One of the most important resolutions dealt with at the Grain Growers convention this morning included proposals which it was hoped would ameliorate the present shortage of labor for farm purposes. The resolution, citing the fact ithat. owing to enlistments a large number'of men available . for farnj work had been withdrawn from civil life, suggested that the Canadian council of agriculture be asked to secure from the Dominion government regulations reducing residence duties on a homestead from six to four months annually, military pay tor soldiers willing to work in seeding time and harvest, and "that active steps be taken at once to allay all suspicions or fear of conscription that intending worker? may not be deterred from coming in from the United States." The.-resolution was carried unanimously. The convention asked for legislation to create standards and to appoint inspectors to control the. sale of gasoline, kerosene, fuel and machine oils, and that the official stand-, ards and guaranteed analyses be ' stamped on each barrel, also that inspectors be given power to enforce the giving of correct weight where these commodities are sold by the gallon. BAKING POWBIR STHEKHULST.l BAKING'' IgggAIN* NOA�� E.W.GILLETT COMPANY 'LIMITED TORONTO. ONT. WINNIPEG MOMTffCAC What the Press Agents Say Free Trial Coupon . F.A.. 8tuart Co., 55 Stiiarjr Bldg., Marshall,; Mich. Sejodnie at cfiice by return mail, a free trial package of Stuart's Calcium Wafers; Name............ Street City '.. State E PRINT PAPER PRICE U. S. Govt. Takes Action to Restore Normal Prices of Newspaper Print GERMANY'S NEW TERRORISM Jca/e afMfles o ' top -V Shetland I Areas where it affects shipping around England and France. AT THE EMPRESS A SPECIAL DErTY1 OF THEIR *>WN (From the New York Tribune)  Perhaps those who censure audi passng'eg would be less captious if they realized that the more advanced Germans are determined to have a God of their own. A professor of theology. explained 'the matter .clearly In the Lokal Ahzeiger more' than two years ago. "The deepest; and most thought-inspiring, result of the war,'-' he- said, "is the German .0od." Not :the national God, such as the lower nations .worship,Jtoit 'pur God,' Who is not ashamed of belonging to us, the peculiar- requirement of our heart." ., The Bulldogs Are doming;! MORTGAGE7'SALE1 OF FARM PROPERTY HORSES FOR SALE Imported Pure Bred Shire Stallion (637) "Moulton ReadyN Money" AL30 8EVERAL REGISTERED SHIRE MARES. A'nd a few teams of three year old geldings. APPLY Mark II. Brimhall Pursuant to the/directions of the. Registrar and by virtue Millie "Powers of Sale "provided by. V-The/jLand Titles Act," under a certainvnioftga"ge which will be produced afc'tlie time of the sale. ' V.' , .,,.. " There  will be offered for sale by public auction in front of the Grange Hotel at the town of Carmangay, in the Province of Alberta-'bh Saturday, the 10th day of, March, 1917, at the hour of 1 o'clock in the afternoon, the following property rianiely: The South West Quarter of Section Twenty-eight (28), in Township Thirteen (13), in Range Twenty-one (21), West of the Fourth'. Meridian, in Alberta, excepting thereout all mines ifnH minerals and the right to work the .same. Terms of sale to be 20 per cent, cash at the time of the sale and the .balance .according to the terms anr conditions to be made known at the time of sale or upon application to the under "named Solicitor. v The above property will be offered for sale subject to a sealed reserved bid and'- free from all encumbrances, save taxes for the currenfyear. i The vendor is informed, that the above property is situated about 13% miles east from Carmangay railway station and includes' a frame shack, 10x16 feet, and about 1% miles of two wire fencing on cedar posts and that 100 teres have' been cultivated, but not lately cropped. For further particulars and conditions of sale, apply.to P. H. Russell Solicitor, Carmangay, Alta. Dated this 26thday of January A.D., 1917. , 1 Approved: A. T, Kinnaird,  Deputy Registrar. Ad. R Washington, Feb. 17.-It became known'.today that the print paper manufacturers yielded in their opposition to the government's efforts to restore normal prices and agreed to permit the federal trade commission to' determine a fair scale- only when confronted with the alternative of personal action by President Wilson and a special session of congress to pass remedial legislation. At President Wilson's direction, it was said, Secretary McAddo summoned one of the principal manufacturers who was acting as spokesman fdr the"6thers' 'and'informed him that inasmuch as the government itself was not permitted by constitution to impose restrictions upon the press, the administration did not intend to remain idle while the alleged monopoly through extortionate prices for print paj>er effectually, imposed greater restraints than the'1 government might contemplate. Mr. McAdoo, it was said, speaking for the president, informed the representative manufacturer that with many daily newspapers of the United States, threatened with being forced to close up. a special session of congress would be called if necessary to ! pass legislation to restore normal prices and supply. The sequel was the action of the manufacturers yes-! terday in agreeing to permit the trade \ commission to restore normal prices. It is understood that the administration is going further and taking steps to guard against any' shortage of supply in the future. Through the forest service which already has been at work on some phases of the problem, plans for reforestation of wooded areas now devastated for wood pulp are to be worked out which are expected to furnish ample supplies for the United States publishers in future. Everybody" knows the story of Trilby. This will be the feature in motion pictures at the Empress Monday night, with Charlie Chaplin running a close second in his feature, "Easy Street," which will appear for Monday night only. It was shown here a week or two'ago. Trilby, a model for an obscure sculptor, seeldne ful-^i-ture, meets little Billy, the Laird, Svengali, Ghecko and others. Sven-gali experiments with . Trilby and proves that he can hypnotize her. His devilish mind conceives the idea of keeping her under mesmeric power | and giving her, through this power,1 the voice of a nightingale. Billy and I Trilby fall in love with each other and I when Svengali finally influences Trilby j away, and through his hellish power makes of her a great Diva, Billy in unconsolable. E i. EMPRESS TONIGHT Stories of th"3 stage and theatrical life always have especial appeal for the general public and picture fans in particular. The life of an actress is something that has been exploited at almost every '; possible angle-but Bluebird Photoplays have hit upon the exception. In "The Honor of Mary Blake," to be ^exhibited at the Empress theatre tonight; Violet Mersereau will impersonate an-- adtress who is fate-fully brought into a rural community to teach the flinty-hearted hypocrites of the neighborhood the way of charity. ' . �; other Germau submarines, was the statement made here today by William Palmer, second engineer of the American transport liner Mangolia .Palmer said that the British had captured 400 enemy submarines, and that 187 of them were in Plymouth, chained together, and in the center of a huge-Jnetwork of chains attached to buoys and wharves. Captain Koenig, commander of the submarine freighter, and his crewjire AT THE ORPHEUM � MONDAY- HELEN HOLMES The Fearless Film Star and The Musical Eckhardts In First Class , Vaudeville This is an should be A 1 attraction 'and by everybody. and thrills, been shown in the city. | in English jails, said Palmer. The The Ford-Canadian monthly and tho j Mongolia left Plymouth January Ti comedy are also good. On- Monday an(j arrived at New York February 7.) and Tuesday Owen Moore and Mar- pa]mer was formerly an engineer-here guerite Courtot in another of their Wjtn the Chesapeake Steamship com-comedy dramas, "The Kiss." The j pany. story is one in which a young lady is Helen Holmes in ."A Lass of the Lvunberlandfl' TONIGHT "Peg of the Ring/' and a good programme of other pictures. kissed by a young man at a masked ball. The young man in searching for the girl later is obliged to kiss every (girl he meets, as this is the only clue he has to her identity. Needless to say much excitement and many laughable scenes are the result. \ REDUCING RATIONS TO BELGIANS London, Feb. 16.-Authoritative information received in London this- evening asserts that Germany has re duced by one-half the rations set.aside for the civilian population in Belgium. Potatoes i - Wa nte d ... CAR dtijS OR LESS ' j" Mutt be good sized, sound white ' stock. Phone 732 or call at .Saunders Hay and Grain Co. - ,. 1221 2nd Avenue S. NOTJCE, NOTICE is hereby given that application will be made to. The Legislative Assembly, at Its present sittings for an Act to incorporate The Farmers' Fire And "Hail-'Company, with power to carry on the business of Fire Insurance, Hail Insurance, Accident Insurance, Live Stock Insurance, Fidelity Insurance, Sickness Insurance, Liability Insurance, Plate Glass Insurance, Tornado Insurance, and the power...-U^-actr; as'!'' Agents representing1; cither 'icoi^ijanies of like nature', wltii 'incide'ntalv't>owers and to reinsure other companies' risks and all things relating to such insurance business. 4 miles and Suffield, 3 miles'. . Plans, specifications and' form ' of | proposal may be seen at the Chief Engineer's office,. Winnipeg, Superin tendent'8\office, Medicine Het, Leth-bridge and Edmonton, also at this | office. ;.The lowest, or any tender, not necessarily accepted. J. M. CAMERON, ;,   j General Superintendent, C.P.R. Ad,.N. \ Calgary,,.Alberta. ^ P. LUND & SONS Wholesale and Retail Dealers in LUMBER AND ALL KINDS OF BUILDERS SUPPLIES . If you are going to build, Avrite us. Our agent will call upon you with plans, prices, etc. We Rave the largest null connections in British Columbia. Distributing Yards: Macleod, Coaldale and Medicine Hat Headquarters at the . LETHBRIDGE LUMBER YARDS Cor. 3rd Ave. and 17th St. Phone 516 Lethbridge, Alta. P. O. Box 189 BRAD8TREET'8 REPORT FOR 1915 shows that -out of J00 failures In business, 92 firms (or 92 per cent.) had not advertised and 8 flrms^for 8 per cent) - had - advertised spasmodically, incorrectly, or too sparingly. FORD-CANADIAN MONTHLY "IN SOFT IN A STUDIO," Comedy LAST TIMES TONIGHT DANIEL FROHMAN PRESENTS Louise Huff, in "DESTINY'S TOY" A Paramount Feature in Four*Acts MONDAY-TUESDAY FAMOUS PLAYERS' PRESENT;; | Owen Moore and Marguerite Courtoti IN .-� Five Reels - "THE KISS" - Five Reel* ALSP ANOTHER OF THE CELEBRATED BRAY COMEDY CARTOOJUt ^^^�^Hf--' ;