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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - January 11, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta i FRIDAY, JANUARY 11.1918 L\IE LETHBRIDGE DAILY IIRRALD PAGE SEVEN Devise Some Scheme, To i^iteitiea in Financing roars, KOmonton npw'hfts this plan (n operation, aud LetliWdiso will afllc lor a charter amendment making It per-mlsBlblo horo. \ ^  On the question otthe ontorcenioiit of tlie payment of lax ari'earB, Mayor llartUe states that-lcferslcitlon will be brought down this BOBsidn to apply to nil the cities of the provliice. It Ih Premier Stewart's-Idea that taxes of 1917 whlfch are unpaid by July 1st, 1918, sliould be put up'for tax sale immediately, and It Is Jlkelythftt the new act will provide for Buch enforcement. Mayor Hardle, WHl be satbjflcrt It such action is t^ken, placinK all cities In the same ppsltlpn. Calgary Is satisfied also, with the undcl-standlng that tax certificates may be issued as an alternative. , j If a tux sale a. which alone can allow her "to live on a footing ot eauallty under condiUonH of liberty," ( The Popolo nomano praises the gen-! erous intentions of President Wilson Motorman A; Jleads ot the Street _______ __________............................... railway has received word that his bro- i niKruro'Amorican'ppopIu aiid gnver'ti- A stirring chapter in the unending iitdry ot pioneer life in. Canada is being written through the developing operations ot the Canpaian Northern Hallway In the larger, richer, but sparsely-settled pbrtlon of Ontario north ot Lake Superior. Five hundred men are now ,being I employed in the mill and woods sur- I rounding Foleyet, the centre of C.N.R. activities In the Clay Belt. There are being taken out 20,000 cords of pulp-wood this year, but'the objective Is 100,000 cords for 12 months' work, and this. It is expected, will be attained within the next five years, , \ Ot railwr.y .ties 400,000 have been, cut, and It.lBiantlcIpatyf that In twbV or three yei^i-s, mie"mlllion per year, win be produced.* Scarcity ot labor la the limiting factor In the development. The objec- . tlve is to bring ih as many men as pea-, iible who, while earning excellent ..wages in the mill or woods will gain south, to the extent ot niUHons ot tons, ah adeauate Idea of the splendid pos-jThls development is moreover, only In >Blbllitle8 of,the country and take up its Infancy. , �farms adjoining the railway line. Lumbering and mining activities, as :Mnny Intending settlers are already they develop, will provide a. ready oh the ground awaiting the opening {'made local market for the supplies the of districts, but as yet no land has fSettlers produce on the farms. A been thrown open to settlement either Prophecy made whentUepresent tecchy the Ontario government or by the "on of the Canadian WorUiern main C.N.R. However, the oporatlonii of i "no to the west was firat seriously the railway company In "logging" its; Proposed-that Us tributary territory township at Foleyet, are getting out would support in comfort a population tthe:pulpwood and tie timber and re-1 of two million people-la beginning to northern Nickel ranfte, diamond drilling has been under way for years v/Ith most satisfactory results and there has been actual development at the Whistle Nickel Mine aM Uoose Mountain Ir6n Mine, but the section ot the line between Huel and NIpIgon, �173 miles has hot been really prospected. This Is mainly duo to the fact that a high percentage ot prospectors enlisted in the army and those re-nialislng await detlnlbe Information through the geological maps now being prepared bythe'Mines Branch,at Ottawa. Some of these are now available covering last year's work, and It Is expected that this winter there will be prepared,all maps covering the ground traversed by the dltfereit parties during 1917. All these maps, accordingly, will bo available for prospectors in, the spring, and if is expected that explorers and prospectors left in Northern Ontario will inspect closely this section of the country served by the lines of the Canadian Northern Hallway. ; ,  The mineral range formations are identical to those at Porcupine, and of Cobalt. Forty per cent Magnetite has been extensively drilled in the vicinity ot the Ground Hok: river, and ore has been proven there, and also at points l^ondon, Jan. 11.-Wlnsten Spencer Churchill, British minister jpt munitions, addressing the American Luncheon club today, made a powerfnl appeal for the sending ot American soldiers to Europe quickly and in aa large numbets as possible.  Mr. Churchill said that Kngland had sutflclont reserve material to fully eiiulp,several hundred thousand Amir-icans when they landed in Europe. He advocated that shipping should be devoted to bringing men and. finished or half finished products rather-than bulky raw materials. Mr. Churchill said England had gups, men ahd fuses waiting for shells. Preparations were under way, he added, ^o meet the German hordes coming from the east. I Although he had no doubt of victory, Mr. Churchill declared the coming year would beithe hardest of the war. EXHAUSfFlifCLASS Victoria, B. C, Jan. 10. -^Tho win the-v/ar'league at a meeting appointed a committee to interview Dr. R. F. Tolmle, R,. F. Green and J. C, Mc Intosh', Unionist members-elect, to pro-test against any plan whereunder the second class under military service act would be conscripted until every effort had been made to enroll the first class In every province of the Dominion. All branches of the wln-iho-war league In the province will bo notified; of thlp' deplslon with a view to having joint action taken. ^ thor, l^Corp. B. Q. .Meads, who was reported as wounded and missing on August isth last, luis In all llekllhood been killed In action, although there is Just a possibility that he may be a prisoner of war In Germany and may yet turn up. Corp. Ilall ot the 7th Canadians, reporting on the case of L-Gorp. Meads, says: "1 wa8|Close beside him when he was iiit by a piece �of shell at mil 70 on August ISth, slightly in front of our objective. This, was early In the morning. I saw him bound up and put In a shell hole. Twelve hours later, Sergt. WlUey went up to him and. left his water bottle with him. We had to retire at this point and the Germans may have come over the place lie lay on, but 1 do not think they got'so far and we drove them a long way back soon after. The shell hole he lay in was just beyond our first objective but there was another compaii.v out In front ot It until they had to retire. That Is the last I know of him. I knew him well. He wag corporal of my L-G. section and a very tine man. He came from Vancouver, B.C. He belonged to XlII pla-' toon, 4 company of the Seventh. In a letter from homo, Motorman �"leads learns that they haven't given u 1 all hopes as' the Canadian Red Croaa uro still pursuing (heir efforts to locate his brother. L-Corp. iVleads came to Lethbrldge from Henley-on-Thames and was employed here at the city power plant and also at the C.P.R. roundhouse. He was unmarried. L-Corp. Meads had a large number of friends here who will regret to hear of the likelihood that he lost hl� life la the attack on Hill 70. ment. It eulogizes the declaration of the president concerning the sollrtarily of the alllo6 and says that as soon ns Italy and France mliko similar .itato-monts they will be the answers to the government of Lcnino and TroinUy with which the entente does not yet iiave diplomatic relations. The Glornale D'Hnlia npplaiidn (lie mossago and calls President WUhdu one of the greatest stalCHniO!! ot our epoch. It expresses hope ihal the lue-sidcnt's enlightened mind will soo tlio necessity of solving dGtinltely the Italo-Austrlan problem In order to avoid future excuses for conflict. FORCED TO EVACUATE Rome, Jan. 11.-Austro-Oornian forces yesterday were forced to evii(:n;ile some trench sections near Cavnxiic-curena, on the Itallun mountain front, the war office announced today. The retreating Teutons were caught umhjr j the Italian fire and suffered considerable losses. Rome, Jan. 11.-President Wilson's message Is the first courageous step towards peace, says the Mossaggcro. It says that President Wilson In his message evidently wished to meet the Russian people and to help them'complete their resurrection. "Attrir the statement of Premier Lloyd ^eorge and the message of President Wilson,'' it ^adds, "the world can see whether, ibo boast of pacificism of Berlin and Vienna really exists (or Is an Imperialistic dream of triumph. ^heM^est Glass talking Machine in thelfo^d THE inarvclous growlh of Sonora (1917 sales 100 times those of 1913) is duQ solely to intrinsic value. A phonograph merely "as good" or "slightly belter" could rtever have achieverl such results in the face, of the vigorous competition and, extensive publicity of older established machines. .. If you want "The Higlicst Class Talkirtg Machine in the World" you must buy, the Souota. Our / PRICES:  $65.00, $110.00, $15000, $205.00, $240.00, $280.00, $350.00, $500..0O, $1,500. I. MONTAGNES & CO, Canadian Distributors Third Floor, Ryrlo BIdg., . Toronto, Canada. Ask your dealer for the Sotiorn. If he hasn't It, writs us DIRECT. 'moving the forest growth. Wagon roads cut to a width of 40 feet along the concessldn line, and side lines of a township'make'available ten miles of road directly Into the townslto at Foleyet. Other roada . are projected/for next season tn con-L, nootlon 'with the development of pulp- '' wood and tie logging. T^ie survey of townships adjacent to the CiN.R. lino provides for a trunk highway along the- railway* throughout tlie entire length ot the arable section^ 100 miles or more. Immediately north of Capreol In the meet with general acceptance: Vi/oihen, Prepare!  1 Melbourne, Jan. ll.-^Soveral days of political imcertaintiy have ended In the re-ihstallntlpn In pov^er of the ?}ation-alist goyorhmeht headed by William .Morris Hughes. "^Ij^re has been ho ' change In the make-up of the Plughes government, At oho'  time It was thought that Prank TudoiS the labor leader, would be commissioned by the governor general to form a IjJbor government;' ' Premier Hughes js criticized) by the press dnd Is'accused of breach of/ faith by some: pelitrclans because of Mr. Thouianda of women in Canada have �vercome their. sUfTorings,-* and have beoii cured ,of woman's Ills by Dr. Pierce' S'aTorlie''PrMcription. This temporanje medicine, though started nearly half a century ago, tells most widely to-day. It qannow bo had'in tablet form as weir: aa. lifiuid, and erory woman who 'thp'plodge'^ie'gave'irt'lBondiyo^ Buffers from backache, headache, nerv- the recent referendum campaign that ousnoBS, should tako^this f Proscription" the NationalistB would not govern the of Dr. Prerce'a.^It,is prepared from country if..conscription was defeated, nature'* roots,and herbs and does not The Australian voters returned a ma-eontajn* particle of'alcohol or any jo,.,ty, ^g^jnat conacrlption In the narootiQ. It's not a secret progcriptionj p,fQJ,oj,^y^ . ' for its ingrcdi^tB m prmted on wrap- motion" of ho confidence has been per. Sena 10c for trial paokaKe to Dr. introduced In j parliament by V.M. Pierce, Surgical Institute, Buffalo, t,,(1,,. h- . K. y., or Pridi{oburg,.pk | . HamUton, :Ont,-" Wlwn I rMohed the critical period I was a nervous wreck, and suffered with hot flashes, and diuy , pells. 'Favoritp Prosorlption 'v reltev-: iid mo of vail theas aliments and broucrht me through this tr;f- Wom*J^*r/''^midd!o ./Toronto, Jan. U.-^tpcaV la^or lead; i^e there iH no ton 0 Pi'onouncedHj/thelr opposition - > , X.1 to Dr IMerM's �'�POrlatlon of Chlni^o labor. Favorite ProBcriotion^ and I nevorhe.* Alderman Josepir-Qlbbpne Is^inphatlc rrecJSnd H ""nunclatlpn of ^ny policy thai Shoe Qeain FOR SATURDAY 's Evening Slippers La(:e or Button'^(loes Patent, Gunmetal or Kid. Values $3.50 to $4.50vfor $1.95 FIFT^^PAIRS-Patent or Kid Leathers. Values $4.50 to $5.50, for Affords the best opportunity !l of the season to secure a com- ', ,; plete winter outfit at greatly reduced prices. \ ^ These will likely all go in one day. Get here early for yours, as you will always be dressed arbund thehouse with a pair of these on. ' ' Buy all you can get m , your size of these. The price is right. Men's Hartt Shoes AU Leathm and ViKm, the M Shoe Ihde ia C*ii4da -Jtfas. ANNm BouIjES, 41 Hess S^. 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