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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 4, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta SATURDAY. JANUARY THE I.ETIIBRIOGE DAILY IfF.IUI.D PAGE FIYB Here's a Sample of Reconstruction Work; To Employ Many Thousands you" 'Wo fa Wo will do It." "V.'im la dot' [to abuut iwojile, but alter [hf "Oh. certainly. There wouldn't to' Sttnct Co. hid Invesligaled any fun In it If we didn't." "You aro goliij; to find some fun'nnd hud of coke oveua for Fonl. FKKN'lKJ, Jan M. WMmler, son of Magistrate Whliaater, who li a member of tha Dominion fores! raoser forces, dovn out of ths wilder- to be with his parents for a few days. Ilort Whlmstc-r, a; lie IE to eii r'ernleUeJ, used tu te a mftcz- of tte printers of lie acd was well known to all the rat 11 abr.K the Crow from Creiton lo htrldge. While lUiag la Kacb pony coaceSus ho !s OTP TUP entilUUlo a wrtalu plin-6 in tin, Imo Rf L R I L L 13 not uutil Ue flff V f (Iff Hf fought way to St. Ktrlt: U 1 nlLliUll IMU A ght way ktpi upon who cistfcr sarre, ro one is so without A iiennlt from During thr winter uaonl'is yvfruiKf tssufrJ to to Iran for- bearing Milmal5 wiibin tho. limits u! the reeeiTM an1 tin-re are LOW enim1 fourteen. famllU-J c( talMjrci'h iL'-rip- ed ou liu? reserve, ftnrtren j ,-re or fifteen white wen to [rtit La tV' winter trapping. llf. WMtattcr thlnis It bo i-oltejr for '.he govern mem. To on- ccarege lutocier travel along the M- etllent pack trails thus ellniulatinx an ttttcreit In Icrect re- KcrvtiL Tha rangers could kei-r care-s ful guird RB to danger from lire? anil j the public -would acquainted; with BOdo ol tbo forest wtallh that In "Yes, certainly." a Little Fun nt tho expense of Hii i'ori Motor C'onipanjr3" "That la all I aia for( at tho present (Imo. la to luvo w iittio tha tnurmous -iHf'rt WBI a member of (ho f Al- l-'Iub, iiut to ehatnc any fun, and to do Uio most gonJ for Hit1 like Btrucluro In Now York cr Chi- Tvill mean the Eeltlemtnl for years of any unemployment forma of utanutacturinE and nic-rfau- tlle bijRitii'BE. a Dream moat people, and ihc s1 "I understand that Is (lie j.rfnctpai alDE you have In mfnJ, iloinp ihx- that might arlsa In this vicinity, ami, most ROOI! for the moat be a tremendous Impetus to nil "Aud the RlockhulJers, jvial L-verv- body." And visionary though Ford's vlewa sound, the fact is Julteii Kennedy, Not, so long ago Henry Ford was tho I'iUabure blast turnaco expert and lu coR.icttion the recla- I' of [jy-yroduou. ilia Detroit' ellir'1 its 1 bten a moving and waa tu e being quizzed in court about tlio iUs-Jotlier engineers ami chemists, wliu position of the profits of the Fiml, examined Jhe iiierLU of the Motor Co., nnd, RUIULIK other things, j scheme, pronounco favorably ujron plain he then explained in (letcll his puriKiso L and tbo uork !s in. progress. 1 Foundry buHilhi.25 In erecting his enonuoua at the A Variety of Commodities I i-'mm'lr.v r'juljiuitnt Ford (3 brlDgiuK into being ;i irattor1 Mftiloablc roundry iuess about five-fold. How Money Was to Be Spent The jirest-tit cFtirtiytos are not avail- able, iiui iho ortKlual called for i IHI following oipL-U'lHuri-.1; Two uOO-lun blast btovta, blowing '-is tints, urc- ami slock lun-i and ore handling equipment. Ore dock an'l rivc-r tloik from Turning canal drcilg- ing, etc................. by-product toko j oven planl, with necessary I berszol jilani 'xpinil tho bus-j the highest peak by mrjuntaln vrhea ths inteUng for organization was held. Ilerauae of this strenuous training in mountain climbing, and forest ex- Hert's longing for outdoor life 'became so Jtrony that it made cajptSvo his will, and in convenience find him a in tho For- i-si Heaerve Corps o! tho Dominion, stationed on the Alhuhaika forest re- serve, west of Edmonton, on thfe head waters of the- AUiabaska rirtr In an intc-rvlenr with a Herald read ti fraw Stoward Held of tfco to the elfsct That he had DO knowledge of auy There are serc-ral of these reserves.! harlc? been Tbo Whitewater reserve west ot Rcil 'ori 0! lhe i rs K. II. KiDlRvson H "A COUNTRY HERO" it MONDAY AND TUESDAY '_ BESSIE LOVE IN "A LITTLE SISTER OF EVERYBODY" The presidential parlr plans to Paris Tuesday afternoon. TIio prcfitleut'B visit lo Brussels anil the regions devastated by the war, it is now determined, will not lake placa until just before bis departure for home, iho middle of February. Very little regarding the political developments of the president's visit have been permitted to become ap- parent. It is HOW known, that the, plan made for him to address AT THE COLONIAL. A fltul fascinating story told in "The Yv'Ilcli the new World-Pictures starring Ktbet Claytou, on Monday anil Tuesday v.-ill bo At the Coloulal Theatre. e'seate (jentemenl The Kaiser wll be'rigjif down" OF BERLIN" ulace of Home In :i public of fwent.r-three miles it 'phone line, find pack in the lumber, yesterdar> whon ly waited tor him to appear. CONVENTION OF THE ALBERTA LIBERAL ASSOCIATION WILL BE HELD AT PAGET HALL, CALGARY JAN. 16 AND 17 Tho Convention is an oten one. Every Liberal, man and Tvoman, la Invited to attend. ALEX. ALLAN, President. work. 400i> ions ot reinforced concret" 'iiast furnace ynrrts stocked with great of different kinds or iron-- lots ol exercise fcs vrall as the sixteen pack ponies -which made up their string of freighters. Tho pack tr.iils are cat at least _ ____., ____ twelve Teet wide in order to givo this of Iron lhat It [i a necessity to select ample room Tor tholponies and to al- teet, trom It in order to obtain somewhere I low them a little choice as to footing "where the trails aro a littlo soil or rough. In 5orae places the road had to be corduroiod, and in places, the streams had lo be bridged. Cubic Feet of Gas Dally the varied products o[ the fountlrles, ThP ovens, r.vhlcb aro. oT which, In turn, show the accumulation tons will produce shortly large quantities of different fcinrts cubic ted oE Ras dnlly. anrt oi "f Iho hlant will The ovens will reciuire in their OJIBF.V ntar a given product in finished grey Uonr or more carloada of 'rou or malleable- casiinga." and iho residue from tbts. in Iho form Bring Ore in Boats of coke, may bo used (or domestic pnr-l "t la the fnlcnubn of Henry Vorl poaes. Tho Semst Solvay Co., coko W brins Iron oro in boats lo Ills bhst I The cabins are erected fibout oven experts, arc bullclInK the ovens, furnaces in Detroit anil lo turn the ore'twenty miles apart, cjre nlwaye be- abandoned partly because the Italian goromment felt It inadvisable owing lo a lack sufficient notice find Jls fnalriliiy to mallo sblo arrangements for handling Die crowd, although the president waa willing go through with the plan. AT and installiog eciuipmenl tor thQ reclr.- Into motor cylinder he.ifls, and other ;iBfi mation of Soms tractor ship parts without acres will ho needed of .ihen to have them naar ing ground for tho and Jack Pick ford, Ihc rers; Paramount star, wilt appear tn iatcet success at Starlaml tonight. Kendall" is the nanis There tiro three units ol fur- naces under two Plant from to "renter rortkm ot the first one ii turned out yearly to bo sold nearly completed, These tiimace--! at aT-nst of about or less, each. reacnti have a capacity ot 600 tons, nnd lo do Iho work of five borsea. build them requires enormous The blast furnaces will have nro and Is cut out Jor eacli pays they are strinsr- Join the LIBRARY EXCHANGE at EVERALL 4 FRANKS SOUTHARO BLOCK Third Avonuo South i in? most of tho telephone wire blast furnaces and connect with the "We declared Henry Fonl maclilno shop, which is 200 feel wide, in a recent, interview, "to ship tlio There la also to bo a permanent re- product In the boata wo will ourselves !l Everything has Its ficcompanxJng pair, cleaning, pattern and core build- fniilil direct Ironi our cjwn docks. ThisjswinBinK "t STEPHEN'S GREAT UNION EVANGELISTIC CAMPAIGN WESLEY TO CHURCH TOMORROW, SUNDAY, JAN. 5 At 3.00 p.m. and CONDUCTED BY EVANGELIST STEPHENS AND PARTV 3.00 p.m. Subjoct: "Tho Greatest Need ot I-cUibrldEO. What It iir 1 7.00 p.m. Suhjecl: "Fivo Hcasons Why Oueht to bo a Christian." Intlrtols, aseptics anil fatalists fpecially inTUed. COME AND HEAR TOM PAYNE AND BOB INOERSOL FOLLOWERS. OREAT WAn'VETERANB WELCOME FINE SINOINO LAROE CHOIR means using ihn Wclland Canal for lioals lo rcnc-h tho Allnnlio. and it means making Detroit a port ol clear- ance for nil parts of the world. "There will be a village for Ponl workers at tho be continued, "anil this win develop into a cliy on Its own ncoount Uy the lino we hive goUMngs Roins at capacity. The farni'at a onO'Hlded gnmo of tug-of-war. ivlll plaited, a" I slrcels arransedi says liert. the best sample, of to Klvc Ilio n-orlicra tho best posaiblo applied urofanity is heard after and Bert says ihlg looao, has its full ahare of the drawback, Somotlmea tlio wire tatos n sUvt'down hill and an the riarilt Is accumulated at the bottom of rfomo ravine. Then tho boys havo lo take a liand al tho draw- back game and this brings out tho fuU capacity for profanity of Iho most acl ected variety as the hoys have to play sites for (heir homes. There Trill no chance for estate sharks. We liavo looked after that end ot tlio proposition. arn panning for tbo most model lovvn In nil hlslory. That Is our Ideal. Uvcty man Ilidro will be a worker, and every man who wants to work la an Idrnl man." OVER 7000 LIVES TAKEN BY 'FLU Toronto. Jan. Iho last three influenza ami pneumonia took a loll of lives In tho pror- Inco of Onlarto. In October, tho death rflto was tbc highest. 3.105 persona succumbing to the n'alady. In Xovcm- lier, the number fell to S.f.OS, while that month (here was a further clino to l.fiCT. "Tho conttnue'l prev- alence 'in aonio would indi- cate a of (ho fays the monthly report of thn prov- incial hoard of health (i- pony han concluded that pack properly artJUBlcd to tho curve his r and begins to mirth-provoktDg comedies, "A Conn- try Hero." In the midst ot the war picture? and the proiiiom pictures and tito sex pic- tures and tile plot pictures aad the spy piclures comes now tile sweet and wlnsomo Bewie in what they are calling "the happy "A Little Sister of in which the dainty rathe star appears nt her best. The story has lo do with a real Amer- ican girl in whogu vtens flows the blended blood of foreign-born parents. It is a mighty appropriate picture for Ihesa troubled limes and will appear at Starland Monday and Tuesday. LAST nm TONIGHT; ALSO "7 GERALDINE FARRAK Riot! OZZXIB ov f. "Tl, JV.H H at lm, MI IU rcrrrvatlr M dM trtgi- ul Eilwr pltrtr, barest jfars nheu ypa till pSctaiTN "Wonderinllj The Kttt film of (ho rear. A rid of fun Ma UoghLtr, DC-NT------- tt. EMPRESS TONIGHT "The Turn of the Wheel" AND PLENTY COMIDY Xo Adranos la for Till ordinar HERE MONDAY Brsch'i LatMt "LAUGHING BILL HYDE" If be Is rat headed off before bo gets Into the thick Jack pine jungle on tho aido of the trail, reauita an em Unglemont thnt would put inspiration Inlo a Hun. To untangle a roll ot telephone which lisa been dis- tributed through tlio tblcltet regard- less of what trouble It lakes to got It back again tnlo Iho roll and bound upon (hi back of the pony. Is regard- eel by (hose rangnra amplo jugUfica- Uon for tbd worst kind of cuea lang- uage. As H tho ponies ais well Jiehaved, anil aside from an occasional outburst of indignation expressed by burking, tha ponioa patient anJ obedient. Bert thinks they ore almost human in their de- sires and (hey manage to makd'thoso ilaslrca known to thetr pony compan- ions as well as lo hurvnii mas- CONCKRT ORCHESTRA STARTS MONDAY LAST TIMES TONIGHT ALL COMEDY BILL, CONSTANCE TALMADGE IN HER NEWEST SELECT PICTURE "A PAIR OF SILK STOCKINGS" LONESOME LUKE COMEDY "PIPE THE WHISKERS" "MUTT AND JEFF" RICHARD CARLE IW "The Dancing Bug" CHANGE OF BILL EVERY World Pictures Protnt ETHEL CLAYTON IN The Witch Woman Story by Willnrd Miek World Plciurej Are Always Thla. Monday. Also Monday Eddie Lyons and Morari In tho Screaming Comedy "ALMOST' WELCOME" CONCERT ORCHESTRA STARTS MONDAY Prices Klddlej 10o ;