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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 12, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta six DAILY W7 flnrf Other Figures iti IheBrilish War Office Scandal byCHE55 of WESTMINSTER Geo, Corniv. hfesf- Married Matter of. Mtisfon Churchill -SMB'FUQJF- BOILS mm f FeverUh, sick, Fruit Laxative at Lvery mother replies, ntter'-glvlns' rr children 'Syrup-.'of thai ihla their Ideal Unlive, CC4U90 they Ipvo (Is pleasant tasle nil It thoroughly cleanses tlio tundor. tile stomnchj and bowels wild- ut U'lien Irritable, lei orlsb or renth la had, a'ouiach loolt 'Ql tongue, MolJjcr! If coated, give i. eaepoonlul of this harmless nnd few hours all tho oul, constipated waste, sour uulKestei] food passes out of the bov Is, and you have a well, playful child gain. When Its llttlo system I; full L cold, throat Bore, has stomach aclie, larrhoen, Indigestion, er, a good "insldo cleaiisltig'' should bo the first treatment, glvoo: Millions or mothers keep "CalUuiu- Syrup o( Figs" liaudy; they know h caspootfu] today eavos a sick child oniorron. Ash yoifr druggist for a 60- cnt bottle of "California Syrup o! which lias djrcclloiii for titles, hllurcn of all apes and rlntetl on (lie uollle. Newark of ounlerfella sold llore, qp don't bo fool- ed. Get Iho ueuulni', rnsdo by "Call- oruia Fig Syrup' LORDFRCttCfl SIR WON Tbls s'nlecdjd layout riot only gives good irtccnesses, ot all tho principals in the Britjah war office, scandal, tilt 'also girev.lie of CoruwalUs Wests, showing the Important pb'sKftiji'witch Mrs. West held in.the of BritishEoslcly.'. f Mrs. vis {Severely Censured armrk scandal luvolT- Ins the eie'rcisc of Influence over high diflcers': by 'a proiiineat society is described in the report of "'-a coart-of inquiry; .and- Mrs. Coro- wile olVCol- Cprmvalljs- ;'V-Weal, anil mother of -Princess of Plesa' and the 'Westmin- Bier, (5 DHiciaMr censured. lite Sir Arthur' Basil Mark- haini Liberal tnemuer ol parllameul for, the: Mans field division of Nott- who died last August, 'demaudea an inquiry in the FIcwsc of Commons into tils matter, and EVconded by Irish" members, who de- clareji that a. roiing 'Irish oflicer's "-V.: hjonor1 was involved.-..II has since de- 'th-at-the was LleuU :TalrIck Barrett, of. Ihe Welsh F.usi- Ifers.- According.'-lo a .staiemejl fn "-V the" House he com- exonerated.' Barrett was the Welsh Fusiliers'. He :'y tfas-recbminendcd for a concision :if-: his claim vfis'su'p- ported by Col- arid Mrs, Cornea llis- West and several prpmiceQt civilians. before Ibis lime, and 'certainly ears' the .report, Cbrnwallis-Wesl begaa (6 take, than an ordinary interest in Mr. BarretVlo Vhieh be consistently failed id respond. HveoluaUy ho h'er on February last' a letter she placed the bis ol- -'Barrell .was severely centred by -his vonMnacder opfor- ijinity oritatiag his case. Soon Vthal he' Vas transferred to another haUalion on the demand ot Mrs. '_ DTscredifahls" Bthavlor "_ The court ol Innjilry reports re- garding -Mrs. a Ilia-Vest; have no dcubl that her ID- judicious teas tin 5 br the power she 'wieldftd at Ibe wa.- coirirmed lo an" annreciablt cilcoL by Ibe.wording bl some of Sir John Cowan's calculated" to bring. Ihe administration of the war feel obliged to' record our.opiniaa that this lady's conduct, 25 revealed in ibis case, bas been highly discreditable, both iii her behavior towards Liflul. Barrett; be- fore his letter'ot the luurtecl.lh of Februarj-, Jn her vindictive'attempts to iajure. him eflerward and In the unlrulhfui evidence Ehe gave before' "s. '-'It anpezred in the cyldepce that this lady .holds positions of some im- rorlahce, in the county of Dc'ihlsh- Ehiro In .various associations of a public cb'araclRr for assisting in LET IN THE LET OUT. THE COAL Engineers Show What Wsilo of Results In Big. Glast Buildings New who H ;UES houses tavai to buy1- coal !s a iacl brought, oiit by Arlhiir kV. Sheldon of Prpvltjeccc Iq a which lie read today before Iho -an- nual meeting-oMuc AierlciTi Soctety of Mechimlcril Erigineprs In tbls'-clty. WAR CHANGES i-AHD. POUCY to nnd, furltier, It Is unilcrtakinR Bentl't by Quiet Engllih ftevolut'on Tho rigrlcuHurul trilling om malm- od ,BoiiiEers !e llio subject o( an a.r- tclo IrsueJ reccntlj" by (Up Itrltlsh Official Press llutcau, which B ays: "Whcn'the greal war broke out pr> Ulcal England was ctigagud Iii a 'IcTCQ controversy about InnU rqforru, Grcrgc had inst started a new truaada whlcli alined at tlio lo give who [t a thorough- ly scientific training (or their new 't "Various agricultural collegia In different of RflglanJ arq- rcady up rnrmcrs ID Iho :all 'ot dQUQ'.tbeJr.'b'U.ln; Iho1 nave- bcpn out of tb'o H, Is to provide for 'in on that the- DrUlalr'gpveriiniBul, by .Q sfrolto of th.o lion and'wilh a1 word ot'ahylhlng approval ._.....__.. _ tho If not of landlordism tlse'.r, at least! has ri new volley In a matter of tUo rcatilctiona which enable many la iiltords to keoii the land and Ihff'ueor.lo widely njiart. The ireak of. the war put the political controversy to sleep, but llio exlgen- cltis (lie wnr have revived the land tlie of England; Lave" disputed, and dona nut EuglanU fpr y' disputed, dono problem in a now- guise, ise, .anil "The hconuess df dlsclinrgcil dlera' to lakp t ofaruaiog Is a remnrk- today a lond Is In progress. The vcryjable butcrfme of war h-is to be re- that she should bold, such po- work. Eitions." court ilso investigated reports lhal General-Thomas, who tcck fl. prominent part In recruiting In Wales was 'transferred from the command of a Welsh brigade lo a leaser com- inand through Mrs. Influence; proved to he un- louatJed, -but were iiie "to an unfor- tupale Ecqiueace of events aad Ihe Sach a wKclfJome spread, 4 test iliceof Bread. Mr. Bheliloi haa' been Ipvesllgattng .he nicdem Indast'rlal build- ing Hut is coriBtruclei so :lass, to determltie how mucU heal la lost through the eaylns money by the hours of when we build1 ab lijquslrlal with-large glass, areas, may 'be ing more moiey we save! In order lo lient It, }Lr.. Sii'eldon'y cstisallotis were to "dfller- m'lnc how much plass kre'a abd'yfh'al; sort ot sash we are ,u5lng- in a building when Is J considered. Mr. SheMon's research io Ihe determination' of Ihe condensation! fbrmsi Iwccn 4ho Ipanes o'f doubie'-f lazed'; windows. It seenis "that 01 air. into the spice between" tha.; panes, when (rbm ite fidralts lo thia BpaceJwaTm, iriilst-alrJ The moisture in tlila air at tho lower temperature'ot tbe .bu'tslde. (pane aid fogs If thR jlcagake of air is this space Ihe alr.iaialready at a' low and upon coining la con- 1 tp.ct wlih the waroier, glass tho building" side haa arsreatcr capacHy for "moisture and thereby 'evaporates what moisture may: exist Iti. the air space. Mr. tlie result 'studies windows -bu" provided small fi'caiiss to the outside, air. Thus the leakage will always be from the outside atia can coci- dense on .Ihe winfloiv T" ruent Is 'buying laad Tor c: hitherto engRgcd In city llro prcdom e today-In. the 'agricultural col leges; .H.'accms as'thougn Uto In the rain -drenched Irouchcs has glvfn Ibeni- a taslo.for Iho soil; that exposure to' sun null ivlnrt, and DT1'' frost, hae hardened Into a' toi'i; of a moro existence tban' they forrilQrly >j "Hecently a corr e spend on t who IteJ Hie Cheshire Agrlcullural College, (In the noarl o( Uio rlcheai bcntlng- farm land In Rogland) fouiiJ' a.'eroun of maimed tilps. Om of them London hotel two years ago. Now ho lias lost an aroij niiJ ho Is learning farming a preliminary to bpconi-] (ng nn nerlculUral purvey or of the lurnly harvcBlefs was _a editor an tbo Paris edllloD of sb'-Eng- Ijsh when the war broke out, Ho Joined ihe artitjery, ivn interpreter, svaa.'.'shell wounded? and VvJillj In, hosnilal got malarial fcvcrj which led to h la dlBcbirje. NEW MILLION DOLLAR Sal "0. Jaclilirig, millionaire copperlmagaate, ibno'iinc- cd today that he had ordered a.new .sleani yacht, which will .cost Irre- of. Interior (uniishibss' and decoration, .moretUian ._ Jackling's steain'ij-acht. Cyprus, the I most pa.at.ai this bbei cotnmiEslon since 'lie that he wanted soxclhlng case, a.portion ot Ihe letter JIB nature'.of an adrerse report on Drigv-CJen.' Owen Thomas, and should MllwarJioe. 'have j communicated lo thai oE- .themselves "the poleiit: at the time. U is also" regarded advsrtlsinS mcliuras, because, in is unfortcaatc Lord French-lhem ?ou aTentc for should have cooeurred in the terms of the .war oflice letter of July 23 to; Who's to Blame for the High Cost of Food? :It 'may be the farmer, iti rnay be the middleman, it may be the never have at the "s locaHUes and reaching SEEb UPBUILDING BY WAR are b most Ivery home, shd advertising Dr. Ellol Believes Germany, Russia, cory carried by aoy worth dally au- England, and France Will Profit Lomalically carries with" it a .certain 'L------ prestige which the particular1 publtca- Cambr.dgc, H-.tion lot, Preslrlent Emeritus o( Harvaid, I _______ !aya he sees far-reacMnB reault- from the present Earopean war.! WAR BONUS URPEO FOR POSTAL "When Germany entered the be told Ihe Harvard CosmopoJitan club, "It had one very.clear lo .Dap MKdCT the Iron grip which ,hc lowcr CLERKS scrrounjcd it. Germany.Is nal caunliy, coniequeiiij- OUawa. Jan. war fconns lor .clerks'ln the postal ipon the posl- w... jThls wlilbe brouihl aoout bj .Old price, the same" neighboring coontn'es quality; the one per- Vi.'jecty complete food, sup- plying more real nutiiment meat, or eggs, or veg- 'etables, costing. much less more easily, digested. iCut out the high-price foods. J. Eat Shredded. Wheat for with milk or for.-dinner v with stewed fruits and green A _. deliciously nourishing meai, for only a cents.. Made in Canada. It reHrSenice wl11 tc u. Is Rolne master-general br delezatea of the cAt Dlapepsin" hes the Stomach All Distress Goes. 4 Do Eomc foods you cat hit hick- taste gcod, but work Jjndly; femieni Into Elubborn lumps anil cause a sick, gasay stomach Mow, Mr. or Mrs. Dyspeptic, Jot Ibis down: Papa'3 Dlapejisin digests ercrytlilng, Jeavlng nothing to soar and .upset j There today, to eon Elder matters never waa anything sftfclx fl'Jlck, so c.crtalnly arfectlTc." No cllftcrcn'cc how badly your atomauli Is djsorilcred you will get'happy relief In live .minulcs. bul whal pleases you Is Lhftl'it end I! up and tlOL'rlsh after Iho war. jlanil's unity was efficiently Ihrous1' not circcle colonies. vzt., iiallj- was by England, nor her Tbe tt ,-C sjoctcs hare been made 1.3 Ihe rtolher country. Anplher Is the of the democratic dcnclcs both in the and In the "Frahcc has bccu unified THE BIG JANUARY CLEAR. 1NQ SALE NOW IN FULL .SWING. GET VOUR SHARE OF THE BAROAINS. stotmch gets no. bckliinr. cructallons ot un.ligctlci fcod, 70ur clears you feel tine. f ii Co now. make tfie best InvesLcieLl you ever ruidc. by gelling a fifty ccct C.-1--C ol Fcpe'8 Dllptpjln any rtnig Yon ilvc minute? how needless H IB to Eulfer from indigestion, dykDeplH o pny stomach argains SALE STARTS SATURDAY, JANUARY 13-AND CLOSES 24 Read and be riCbhvinced Ladies High-Top [a patent, ricl kNl ant] guntaetal. KJghl inch tops. Hegular JS.OO. Sale Growing Girls3 Boots-- r In patent and gunmclal heels. Sizes 214 lo G. IraUuii! -Low Women's Felt Slippers ho-jse elioca wilh Icnthcr Eoles and heels. ABEorlcd colors. Regular J1.75 pntr. Salo Price Jl.fatJ Ladies' High-Top patent boots 95 IJullon stylo In ncal KU ncgnlar 55.00. Snlo Price.........----. i cloUi tope. JO QC' Ladies' Button Boots Gunmelal JiuUon lioola. ,Clolli. tops. AH sliea. Our regular Jl.50 line: i Women's Cosy Slippers -95c Comtorlabio Feel, tledroom slippers, pad- ded soles iin'd heels. All shea. Regular 51.25 a pair. Men's Boots fc Fine grade mcn'a boots. In', punmctal'1 calf, button and !ace styles. Welted. All 't'res- Regular vahlca. Men's Working Strong soled leelncrfi negulnr }l.60 pair. Ihat will TheShoeman 506 Third Avenue Sontb( V-one ;