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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - February 28, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta 3b: 'l&tlrtrtd)e petals , Xctimmz, HlDcrta  DAILY AND WEEKLV Subscription Rates: Cttly delivered, per week . Dailv. delivered, per year* .. Daily; liy mall, per year .... Weekly*..oy mail, per year Wsekly, by mall, per year to U.i>..**.�� ." We .$5.00 .$4.00 elevator handled 8.000.000 bushels., Today both these elevators are full, while the Calgary elevator is almost full In spite of the fact that it is out of the line of haul. � These facts should serve to establish the principle of internal storage. If anything more is needed, the commissioners need only to refer to the evidence given by farmers at the session here, that they are hauling 11.60 j during the sis.nme.r when they should be on the land with their teams, that their teams are idle In winter because the terminal elevators as well as line elevators are blocked, and that thousands of bushels of grain are exposed to 'the elements, deteriorating and wasting at a time when the Empire needs every grain. There is no likelihood either that Dsre? of exOlry or 'subscriptions �p.(Conditions in grain transportation will ppar,"e 'hpuxe that sosslnn some^lne; that would he for the bpn�^lt. of the race ply to the speech from the ihrone was adopted. The various bills were afterwards introduced and the house adjdurned. and had penetrated to a depth of two j {heir grain in good condition, and if jierty Act' thereupon necessarily tor-miles These advances extend from: tne scheme is to be developed fur- bids importation. Consequently pro east of Gaudecourt to Gommecourt,; tner tethbrldge has prior claim on vinces have full and adequate prohib with several more villages on the flr8t elevator built. This die itory powers, line taken into possession of the Bri tlsh. r ' 'It is* also announced that the British in their Mesopotamia trlct has done Its duty nobly in the past two years in the way of production, and farmers should receive recent operations in wnat encouragement the government have taken several ^ gjTe them in their operations. The British government has pur ........ chased the remainder of the 1915-16 and the health of every individual crop awaiting exportation and the -rax f0P patriotic Fund whole ot the new crop's exportable  Tae member next alluded to the surplus at the rate of $1.16, a bushel, patriotic fund anil declared without free on board the steamer at loading hesitation he was absolutely in favor of a system of taxation to make those who: had not realized their duty be aware of what they should do. Ninety per cent, of the people of the province, he declared, were in fayor of taxation. The responsibility for the doing of this rested on somebody and You may want to change your: automobile, or your piano* or even your home-but you will never want to change the COFFEE, when once you taste the delectable flavour of Chase & Sanborn's "SEAL BRAND" COFFEE. In Vi. 1 and 2 pound tins. Whole-ground-pulverked-slso tins ground isr Percolators. Never sold in bulk.. ' 182 ports in Australia. thousand prisoners uaVe" war material. and 'much val- Here's an Idea for the Lethbridge commissioners. Kingston' city coun- a The provincial treasurer gave not- there was a question of principle in- 1 SIR SAM TOO FOND OF HIMSELF Sir Sam. Hughes is terribly con-J � ceiled. __________ of militia, Canada's full half million | the noise the feljnes . .men,' ^rorild,-.have, been raised. That Is what 'he sajre, but we'don't'agree wlfh him. A considerable proportion  of the mjen that were Unlisted during his regime were unfits; figures havg ice to move the house into committee to consider a resolution providing for ell contemplates placing a tax on ^ act"to~iuttorljse; the government to eats in order to r^ise more revenue. > lgsue securities on the province pay- volved, it was neither expedwucy on one side.nor the other. Discussing the legislation proposals - r"re8 �? tte inptBfir'lfo"the returnel soldier, Mr. Hoadley ,rnmB,nfid as minister It the cat revenuetcan be judged by able upon demand and bearing d periieiltage of them might Had he remained as minister,^ ^ ^ ^ Rt ^ rate of 5 r cent, com-  g,- on ^ land? It. was - to ^80^� not how, many^desh-ed to possess pounded haU yearly, bridge ought to be able to raise a few -aident8 0l Alberta. The seCuriM�,., ^ Dut tQ go >n,the, land to. live *6114rs ft this ;wayv may be issued in an �^fa^*moT?}-, there to the advantage of themselves' been produced to TOijrht have filled men of''.that type have meant, five fiphting "soldiers. There much flourish and noise utaj w - ",,=r,_j,_, ,nri i mere to me auyauiaBo m not greater than the ^^"A.8^ : and the advantage ,of the country: s. ^ � ��� i. ijHT tm~= ,_ideferred revenues of the province as was where any proposals in re- We don't want hereditary titles n i >ppear at a end of thepreoeed- j T� T^^oristled with difficult-mada. Tho powers that be should lng nBCal year, the arrears of revenue fearubecal�e up t0 the present time - - ' We would as they are from t^^/^P^ he was compelled to come to the con- Canada. He be .made to know that. about Sir uiur.lL. ,uuui�u -- ------- i t- . - . . tneir -surnius mouKy ui d�.-* o- .. , . ,_,,:^;, Sam's .methods and nottenough sys- j isn't a part of real democracy to have edged B^nmes repayable on demand tionaltraimn& tern nnd sense: % Sir Sam has ridiculed national service, and yet he says there is no need tp" worry' about labor. Had he remained; at'the head of the militia be would have put the women and old1 roay men to .work. How would he have done it? Just have blown a whistle, titled personages amongst our citizenship. l�,�.= �ri hih ture at the present time? As to-Voca. their^ o?' savtags in gilt training he Delleved/ lt would edged securities repayable and it is expected it will ne largely ^-j.g^ed "soldiers"' situation, but be lately go a long way to help them to solve �e largely___t_____A =,M4�>,0. aming to the question of th-: grain .which did not' develop, and is out of the line of the eastern move. it ever was in its entire history. Canadian officers, eager for active service, find it hard to get to the front. Even when they are willing to be reduced In rank they can't always he called to the front. Lieut.-Col. A. C. Pratt, M.P.P.. of the Norfolk, Ont., battalion, declares: "This Is an awful war and the darndest war to get to you ever saw." While officers and men across the seas and in Panada are eager to get to this war, it is a sad reflection that hundreds of elig- meht vio the primary markets. How-ever, the fact remains that the Jaw elevator handled'5,000,000 bM. of' prefer skipping out of the ib> 1915 crop while the Saslatoon/first. t^at should be extended to his- Royal Highness, a statement that was greet ed with general applause, as was his allusion to the Princess Patricia, a sWn'n"? eramnle of womanhood, and their appreciation of whom would be , as nothing compared with the appreciation of future generations. The matter of twelve members ot the legislature having enlisted for overseas service and the part they hid taken in the great world events taking place on the other side ot the ocean, was one, said he, to arouse their sincer-pof juiiitrat'on nnd a feeling of regret that when the struggle took place one was over the age for ren'lerfn'? the service he desired. With regard to the government's legislation aj to the soldiers who had gone abrend he ,;er. the.factremains that'the Moose|ibles don't want to go near it. They T|T T thedeS of'the sub- ....."....... " " "* " "" " � country, | ject untll the bl]1 w^ present! " the house with the observation never mind-you have Shredded Wheat at the same old price, the same high quality, the one perfect, complete food, supplying more real nutriment than meat, or eggs, or vegetables, costing much less and more easily digested. Cut out the high-price foods. Eat Shredded Wheat for breakfast with milk or cream. Eat it for dinner with stewed fruits and green vegetables. A deliriously nourishing meal for only a few cents.. Made in, Canada* Department of The Naval Service Canada Overseas Division Reserve The Royal Volunteer Men are required of good character and good physique, for service Overseas, in the above force, with the Imperial Navy, for the period of the war. Candidates must be the ions of natural born British subjects ; between 18 and . 38 years old, at least 5 feet 3 inches in height, sod 33 inches chest. . , -. No previous sea experience necessary. ^ / P A V Seamen at entry, $1.10 � day; 10c. extra daily to Stoker Ratjn�|| * XTk I Separation allowance for men, $20.00 per month. Free Kit. Men from 38 to 45 with �ea experience, and boys from 15 to 18 will be accepted for service in the CANADIAN NAVAL PATROLS for defence of the Canadian Coasts. For norf! ulara apply to  �   Prov. Naval Recruiting Com.: A. H. DJckins, 10035 Jasper Ave., Edmonton, or Naval Recruiting Office, F, W. Downer, Lethbridge. 1*1 or to the Dept. of the Naval Service, Ottawa/ presented to I ' that* The Bulldogs Are Coming!' ;