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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 28, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta rouri CAILV AND Batti: pitlf -delivered.-per wecX lUllv. -'delivered, per year- per year .per klylial per year..-. kty; by mall, per year to U.S..SS.OJ elevator handled S.COO.OOO bushels. Today boHrthcEo, elevators aro full, lYhllq Ihe Calvary elevator Is'almost dill In'spile of facl (1lal oul of the lino of haul. Thcso farts should servo to cstnu- llsh the. principle of Internal storage. If anything nioro Is needed, tho com- inlEBlouere need only to refer to the evidence given .by farmers at Iho session-here, that they aro hauling J1.60; during (he su.nmor wheu they should V i- Business-Office 116! Bii'thinan nE Director John be on Iho land with their teams, thai itieir teams arc1 Idle In winter because the terminal elevators as well as lino elevators are blocked, and that Ihou- Bailds of bushels of grain arc cvposed tojiho elements, deteriorating and wasting al-'a llmo when the Empire need's.Every grain.. There Is no livelihood cither lhalj __ov_ Wn__ Oil has been struck In the lowU'-hlp of Mosa, Onl. Itev. Caiion Ciulprlmry, Kng., n noted missionary. Is deod. Jouu UoJds, aiwell known Toronto FEBRUARY 28.J undertaker, Is dead. Premier an audience with Iho King oo. Salurday., jrly prominent D. P. The central 'telephone Swift Current wai destroyed by fir lion It "Lemieui at Montreal pressed himself as opposed alltIon government. C aBain the Con'serva live candidate tor Iho Snskatcbowau legislature lo Lunsdeu constituency pioneer- ot, the kras burned to iy could not to stuck'.hlavJeWWH. Ibe taiatlou ihould IJT..UIUHI i be throuih tte provincial goveruiuen Irv Hpadlcy replied that ho was'ox-', IB am1 hi. W Idea., and he pro- would j leave the question, there ejird to Ino subject of.unt absolutely .In- favor of the extension'of (he term ot the leg- ura'l "resourcesvgenerally, he .Mature because he held .they Bbpuld I ii-.iit Mm u-ar was over and the id Ural i resources generally, wuum .JOIUI.UITI ULVUHSW :v Ihelr financial dlfflculllce Iho war wss.over and In would'be 10 grr-ol and pressing after'soldlera ivho-wefe flijhllnB to defenu Iho pur King and Country now'. lacllllles (or taking nwa> the .grain'- _ at the head of Iho lakes. Hallway' Hilled lo acllon. transportation on Iho prairies seems lo be able to hnndlo tho crop more od, Olelchen, and Ptc. riul'-.viy than Ihe facilities at-Iho OT: port eild.'o'f lue lino. H Is to be ex- pected that, with a rejuvenation ol OF THE WAR The situation between the United Illvcr, aro reported Ttev. Percy N. Harding, of Windsor, become rector of All Saviour's Church, Waterloo, Ont. LCU vnni, -H. S.'Langford.-former, pianager ol 'land movement and a-consequent" the Bank of British North America Every returned soldier of SI.: bath- erlnea baa been placed In a eood posl- lon anil there ate moro positions av'alln.ble Uian men to 1111 them.y'. Ttussla Is opening on office In Otto wa lo purchaso supplies lu Canaila Instead of tliroush heretofore. New York, as Dcbllug wltli (he-railway policy of principle of the government, ho argued, that rodll' o: Iho province had been In- principle other, If an urcd aud he asserted that Ihe slate-1 lion wasi made against n minister o i-lits re'gardlne the responsibility the'crown In thd.'.cpn-luct ol nls'tle- government. In'retaUon .partment werejhey tiro THE wit "Fnili-a-tlfes" Those who Uke Iho first lime, arc oflen aslonlslied at Ihe way it Ihtmfiefbcdir .'.They may taking j disease, u Ihdljeslion, or' Neiiralfrllt 6 the C.' N. 11. were not corrected, soniehody, ho aald, was gettlni; ad- vniitaee out of Iho lines thai had tent with evanlon? fir, Iloailloy. ihei, moved' the amendment as. follows: this bouse regrets that the Uccn guaranteed, and had not heoir guvtioinehl'haB pot seen III to Uullf'It certainly was not the settlers vcstlsate royal commtss on u'the province. In regard to Iho tele- Iho'aertous'chnrgfs; lali] on Iho InblR phone system ho asked why tho people lot the homo In 'Ha session of 1BIC who were ready to assume responsl- IngalK'sl': Ihe atlorrjcy general onl tue blllty of building tho lines at no cost -railway? and teleuhoiips (6 tho eovcrnhicnl could not get I hereby an essential prln Chroolo-lleadichca. .or' Rulncc or nisOdcr Jlheu mallsm or I'oiu In the Djc'lt..'.-' Aad lliey find ivlien "J'ruit-a-tira" uu cured Ihe disease, Hut Ihcy feel end stronger lu every'way, Tliiili due lo the winiltrful tonic frofirliit of, Camoui tablets, made frora fruit 60o. a box, 6 for RvO, l.rial. 25c. At all dcalcrsor sent by Fjuitr Alfred packer, ivas nomtn ated as Liberal candldalo (of. the In ihom? rremlci' Slflon rcmirkcd that no BiirVtjffors had been mado.. -'Mr, -Itoadloy repealed Iho slate merit Ihnt peoplo wero-prepared to bnllj tho lines free of cost dc IIII--IUIIJ I 1 clplo of parllaniFntary government." Limited, Ottgin. A. .Patterson, Peace ftlver, second- ed the ameiidoient. which Immeillstoly ivont to a vole wllliqul discussion. Qn .1 di'-lslon mrlv lt wos defeated by 26 to 12. Without onlld Ino lines tree or cosi uu- W03 aeteaien oy zo 10 n- tumuuv pnrtinont ivas perfectly correct, what i further dlscuaBloii." tho nddresa In re-' adjourned. ply lo tho speech; frofo ihe .throne yl was adopted. The various-bills werfl nflenvnnls Introduced.and ja'nd undar'cLltlvatlon; In Southern! Rbtes and Germany has como Mmostj will r'afiidly 'develop, and tho! _ait Is the new government house at to a crisis tho past day or ,V prmlucllon cf grain will''Toronto and not the new parliament following Iho ElnHns of Iha be rBptn than any Inercaso with lha loss States facilities-for taVIng care of it itj _.- iien's1 lives. The president lies, mariels mriy be. The __ to eatahllshcd In eplte of opposition In congress, and (or Bt'oraRO elevator acconimo-i rjuelph for the grading and prepar- li'TC.' rfe r InS caflon, succeeded In'obtalnlng J T. H. Ferguson, nssisjalnl. pur- chasing agent for tho 0. .P. ket powers to use. the forces ot -aj ho'place'-.wlU the need be greater if tha Increase In Hon. T. W. JIcGarry, provincial liey'wonteil-was connecllon wllh thej government toll Hues. On the question of hospital accom-. uiO'li-tlnn, Mr. Hondley Bilil, they couW never hone fir a solution of the problem unless llicy dealt with 111 Toot'and branch. The srcil itlftl'iilty ivns the of medical cnuver. That wna Iho Issue In M.IO, F.'w. of 'lo ale of Hie Third c..H. ,j ,h o[ Ulo proMcm ?nh .cost, over one promoted .tp .'Iho position of .purchasing agent at Van. treasurer of bilarlp'.: In- his Budgel xet powers lu ustj iuc ,tnan ai ueiuuiiuet-, nejsmci ui TJnlted. States ,in protection of her during the .past two speech of _ right's'on Ihe hlEh _ tor the year. y. Lleut.-Col. J. A. McGregor, who for of them wouM reallio Iho tremerv'oua obligation .that relief yeari' la" .taken as a criterion. r an internal California Dominion .government ,3 aid his Ihe o[ ancl the .'nelghhor- Buffalo, elector a, aid'in 3; N ouly. lug Ihe crop ot Boulhern Al- 3; 6. are ,n the norll, p bpreU haTe "been laid before _- nft. rtj. rniintrv- InvpsllTallns cor JUU JII LM llH.l-0- -I i GcorRC P. Smith. Camroai, pointed r out thai the o[ the mnm- uuiu fc UUl llini 10; Illinois 29; Ohio 24; total country InvestUalln? conllt ons ill- okotoka .would nnl relieve the board of pain commiss.oners. If the a )n situation In tho season. unhappy BelgiumVand we .slop it until WE haVe'won the- f'. Meanwhile '.'Belief ifTBclgium, administereil without pay by 'great-heartedAmericans, is saving the women-. fiom starvation. Here we .CAN v "hclri promptly and effectively, by giving gene.' the Belgian Relief Fund. More contrib-jtions than ever are' peeded, :be.cause.the higher prices of ciila'rly wheat, have seriously increased Ihe cost. r, offscding these millions of dependent Belgians., How much can you spare the victims '.of one. of the blackest, most cold-blooded Smd whatever you can give lump sum lo Local or Provincial i j 'SEND CHEQUES PAYABLE TO 59 St. PelerStrcet, n ,j The Gieatest Rcliel Workin Historyt., -v Contributloni may be tent lo W. A: BUCHANAN, M.P-TC...... Belgian Relief Commlllee, Lethbrldge, Alberta, Dominion government Is anxious lo help the basic Industry of the pro1. vince, and (f Ihose trho are the grain trade of the Dominion are satisfied that Internal storage are a niarkellng, then the Herald feels finite confident that I.elhbrl lor for rldge will secure such an eleva- the claims ol Southern Alberta DC louin in -r co fnr IJIQ northern coal was con- choosing 115 presidential eleclora out ag a pari or the crop re- u stand li won't be long unlll the mains undisposed ot. The ,he" and II'would Iherctore be dlclate who Is lo fit In Ing assisted will be given until lire lo prevent Ihe ahorlage qf .Ihe year lo pay lor lie grain _ Thc, won't Etock up- y receive. Premier Slfton Informed 130 that Hon. Dr. A. C. Ruther iviuclal dlrcrtor of national lo arrange a dale'i have been very ably presented, and the presidential chair at Washington. Britain's latest war loan ought to arouse Ihe Germans. Think of It! ______ MM-------------------_ _ Five billion dollars of new money.'on wnich I1- n- Binnctt, director of. Who's to Blame ifor the High Cost of Food? may be the farmer, it Dcpartmeftl of The Naoal Service Canada Overseas Division raised In a short period lo help smash national service could address thrj ,he need has hee'n driven home. Germany nsed thln. be middleman, .t rroin the tone o! Ibe questions) Brtlaln was a decrepit old nation. We nsl-ed ty the cotomlsslpners at Jues-Jhardly think that It holds that onln-l sittings here U would appear that the commissioners have been In some doubl, nol so much as to the advantages of I .elevator system, fans GTS of ihe Ion now. A nation thai ralsea a new reference In Ihe army of five million In a couple years, and Ihen puls up money Mr- HoaiHey, on thr I mind yOU have speech from Ihe, hike of Connaught Shredded Wheat at the the the advanlages. The -an- swer seems to be. In the case of the Moore Jaw anil Saskatoon Clcralor9i that the farmers' aa a whole are nol ertofatcfl lo senilln? their grain to Uie.55; elevators, having alwavs been arustomed to billlni; their cars through to Fort William, .while In the case .'of the Calory elevator, as Coramlssioner Jones explained, It was Internal storage! and generously lo back np Its men. Is hul whether Iho not decrepit has already it will avail them-'found out Ihsl Drllaln Is as virile as lullt 'westward movement 'which did'not develop, and Is t ever was In Its entire history. Canadian officers, eager for active Rora" HiBhMM. autement th'ailtfss cfl with general applause. 33 was bla Mluslon to the Princeis Patricia, in the Domin- high quality, the" one per- complete food, sup-, plying more real nutriment Bimsion 10 me tTinceis than meat, or eggs, or veg- etamnle of womanhooil, and costing much less semca, nnd ,t hard to 10 the and more easily digested. he ca.Url to the front, UwL-Col. A. _ _ r .L C. Pratt. M.r.P.. of the n Ont, having eniistctt for overact gat Shredded Whctit for wo'rl? place breakfast milk or the other sldf of the ocean. ballallon. declares: "This Is an awfnl on other of the ocean, was Eat' it for dinner war and Ihe darrdcst war lo gel lo one. said he. to arouse Ihelr slnccr- ._..------ _ A J Inn fl fc.allnv nf ra. tnilrS JITIfl CrEEO you evar saw." While offircrg and across lhc and In Canada of re- with stewed fruits and green vegetables. A deliciously" nnc wrta unj rfie i-n irn.o inT onl bt ihe line of Ihe eaitcni move-j are to eel to Inls war. It Is a ,nc SCi-vice he itealrel. r-.gard to nourishing meal for Only neVto.lhe primary rriarkels.-.. How- sad reflection that hundreds of "Us-; the few Cent3. Made in Canada) .ver.ihe fact remain', lhat'the Moosejlblea don't want lo Eo near cl'Tbe jaw elevator handled bus. of prefer sWcpIng out of Ihe country, mM i ihe 1915 crop while the SaslKfoon'first IBP houje with the observation thai' Tiie Bulltloji Are ,Comlnol The Royal Caimdiaii Reserve Men are required of good character and good, physique, for service Over- .-.f seas, in the above force, with the Imperial Navy, for the period of the war.- i CtndiJilt! muit be Ihe tons of natural born Tlriliili 1 between 18 ud ISyeiriold.ollt.jtSlcctSinthMinlieiltht, .nJJJinchciclieil. No previous sta ciptricnce ntcciliry. 'PA I Ib'r raeo, per monlh. h'rec with urn experience, and toys from 15 lo 18 oillbelccepiedlor NAVALI'ATUOLSfoidtr.nctollhcCin.diinCo.iU. for rar1' -rilin aprlv In Prov Naval Fecrulllng Com.: A. II. Dlcklny 1003J Jijpor Ave.. rnonton, or Xaval Itccrulllnii Office, F. W. Oownv, or lo the oltbe Naval Service, Olliwl; ;