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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - January 12, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta SATtBDAY, JANUARY 12� 1918 T/IE LfetHBRlDGE DAILY MEIULD s P4GE NmB (GoMTimrn.mow PROK* Paoi) foarleas' peuonitiuy t^at 'lid waa,able to. malQ^ln'^jaTsrobjesitty^' vjltji' the tmaU number of vmea ttr bis coitimMd agatnst repea(edi\�neiiir.icouilteP.. at-j tabka, bo.tb;ot'hit>,"fla'nk8/|;iBlnK tipro-tected for a oonsiaei'abljft'ddttth in the meanthne.-Hlil^PBmtatloii ot the �ItuatioD ttirouiboit a^d Uie reporla rendered tiinifwer�f,h)i;WBil! tack CapUlli;:c^ commaKd olr^K 6j iiiatlbh. After itho ilbdi and two oom-)|b'lMobed a neW at-kWiy '^dvahce4 ihle ttdji�8tid! yardli -Uri dor, hijirivy!. fjiip'^ltkout' ^ny artlHory barraiertoak' th^.jeneiny poaHlonii on Creit5inijby*�lc�rm.>nd thenvperao'hal-ly orfsplie^i and: Ig^.d Beries of ^t-tacka a|aln>i^9Uj[i^xeR, hU dbmpany alone -dapturini!,.9]'xi ot thetH'/t^^ bn^ hundred �prltoaei'I anilV.tJip .iijiarfilhe gutin'. lAter ;Ofi> i n Hho afteriip*^ lender tti* ieader|bl i ot'tbis gallant-'jlr-tieer, l|if.:i;hdant and appears as men and a inacbfnb iuh. the wholO{{ of tiieio>4(;htovomettt|'are gbiefly duo' to the'magnificent courage nhd daring ability Of Captain O'Kolly. O'KolIy enlisted wherf a gtudent and is 22 yotirs of age. ...v':*"?^-- � � , An AmeHean Number 51,389, Sergeant Harry Miil-!ln, Jnfantry, Portland, Orejfan," cnliat-ed In Winnipeg, for "mbst conspicuous-bravery In attack whqp single Imiuied he\captured d commanding.,pll> box which had Withstood a heavy'bombrird-ment and was caiifiing heavy canual-tles to our foocesuand holding .up the attack, >Ie rusl^iUthe^nlpors ^ost in frpnt and destroyed'the garrlaon with bombs, and crawling onto the' top. eft the pill J)OX he shot two machine gunners with bis revolver.' Sergt. MulUn then rushed to another entrance and compelled - the garrlhon, of ten to surrender. Hie galliiitry, and toarless-ness-was wltne��)9*'by-many and although.- rapjW'fird.was; directed upon him �nd hill mb(hiB� riddled with liul-lets he',never foUered In hla. purpose and not only helped to save the qitua-tlOflr'but,alio Indirectly saved many llv^.' 'Ho bad already gained the Mllltafy. Merfal.;' . . , �/;;f �.A.'Cii(lB�ry Man-rumber;,5$2',665; 'Private James Peter Hobertedn, late Infantry .^Plcton, N. S., enlisted at Ma^cl'eod, tor "most coii spiouous-bravery and outstanding devotion Jo duty in attack when his platoon was held up, by uncut wire and a machine gun was cab'sing many casy-altles Private Robertson dashed to an opening on the flank, rushed the machine.gun arid after^a desperate struggle with the crew, killed fofir and then tunied the gun on the remainder, ,Omaha,,'-Dec. 2g.-Immigration to Canada on'a, hiige._scalo Is generally torocnsted by authorities and clrcum-Btances through the central States-thls spring. Coiidltlons are more .favorable for Ihls movement today than at. any period during the flcfe when nearly halt a million United Slates cltljens crossed the line. Canadian immigration agents, mihvay men, bankers and other business men indirectly connected with the movements of the m.isses have discussed the gi^iatlon with the writer and ex rrr^rr--- DRINK C/6caCola 5c a bottle > At-yeufi il*�l�r�ior we deliver * '"-.U.,;, f your bair. A delightful aurnriae'fcwaite those whose hair ��Ka�'b�an fii^glaStWrbr'la'adr'aggy; faded, dryiibrlttla or thio. Besldea beiiutl-fyinirttbii hair nimderlne dissolves ev-' cry pa'rttela of dandruff; eleansea pur-Ifiea' Biid fiovlgbrataa the aoalp, forever aiopplDR itching and falling bair, but wbat wUlcplease you most will bj after ai few week!|iuae when you,sen new- hair-^f|ne:�itid downy, at flrat- yia-^bjit-really;: new hair growing all o-/cr:tl}a acalp.ilf you care for pretty, foft liatr, a^dlota of it surely get a ' 8mal{boUl9 of ^n^wlton'a panderlne frbiji Wy^driig-irtdre or toilet counter and Ittif try It;-Advertisemeat. \ OU.S.f iTo SETTLE (ByvGaruet Clay Porter ot VVinntpogl; inclined, toward Canada just now, as nn lnve�!tment or fxir residential pur poses. Dut there oro no special ratee to the iMnadian border. This is an obstacle 'that/idetors many %vho would otherwise, seek Canadian lands. True, the rpduced' rates to .Southern Texas points,' the section that is todoy chiefly competing with Canadian prairies for now settlers, nrn not very heavy, as far as the railroads are eoncerned, but the, Teiaa land companies have fonnd it' necessary to make very spec lal inducements to farmers from Ne braska and Kansas to settle there. pln.lnert why 19^8'^ould-be a record Tij^y frequently pay the entire .^exJ, breaker for .the'trek ot Americans into the western provinces. Every man with whom T have talked placed ihe first' donsldoratlon in Influencing ibis ^'chango.rto Canada's flourishing 'ycpncljtlon,/ especially - in farming districts, and-.the fact that the United States and the Dominion are allies In ijh,e' great ^vrCr for civilization. The writer � liasi talked with scores, ot, prbspectlvo: immigrants in Iowa, Nejiraskn and Kansas during the past'", week, at the'"different Cartudlan ngoncies Avho have dlsclOsod this new angje; "Canada Is our ally and that makes a dtftorenhB. We don't feel like we'are 'movlng^into a foreign country,'.;; was the way y. ;m. Morgan ot Da^vii-City, Nebraska, expressed It to the writer In the office of W. V. Bennett, Dominion Immigration agojit in Onlaha. , This mental /process was rovoiiled early in the conversation when the writer met Morgan and four other fanners from-v that, section ot Nebraakjtrwhb were Interviewing the Canadian" agent as. to .railway tares, general condition as. to the time they should reacb 'Sask'atchewan for this party , represented " eoiiie twenty-sljc persons; who.;" will move into the Goose Lake section early in.the spring. 'It don't seem like a foreign country .now," ifhia Intimate note has been sounded a score of times in evflry immigration office the writer has re- penses of moving a special train, ba8e4 upon the purcbaue ot so many sections of their land. ' 1',, This sugge'ats the proposed reorga'nl. Kation of 'the Canadian immigration agencies in the States. Canadians .and others friendly to Canada who are familiar with tlio actual process of these agenoles realize that the Union government is in a position to make some changes ^hat will be profitable to the Dominion-changes that were possible but'not probable under party government. For instance there are a number of agents who have Stood the acid test tlirough the Liberal and Conservative regimes. These are men ot outstanding ability �\^ho just' "happened," not through any merlt_,ot the system by which they were thrust into office. There arc others, not so very many at that, who express the worst feature of the party organization which >yas lesponslble for'tfeslr selection. Hon. Junies Calder who is to have charge ot this reorganization is well informed as to the needs �ol the'Immigration system. He has had an opportunity for years to study conditions first hand in the west. He knows the prairies as well aa. the Pacific- coast province-^and there are �many here who are anxious to secure the fruit and timber lands ot the Oka-nagan-and the writer has heard many friends of Canada express the hope cently visited and it suggests'the new that be would-intorm himself, first Victoria, B.C., .Ian. 12.-As a result of a conference between a committee of five representing the wln-tUe-war league and the mombera-olect for this city and Nanaimo, Sir Robert Borden has been advised of the attitude the league Is taking toward the recent reports bearing on the enforcement ot the Military .service Act. The league takes strong exception to the calling but of the second draft until such time as all provinces in the Domiijion Shall have fulfilled their duty in respect of the first class.,,. OULD YOU risk a postage stamp to learn more-.about* coffee? SEAL BRAND COFFEE and Kow to make it? � Ho'w to equal America's most famous chefs? Our booklet "Perfect Coffee-Perfectly Made", tails you. It's free. Write for it. .CHASE & SANBORM 191 . iMPNTREAL i- > > ; * HEARING OF APPEALS AT MONTREAL WILL IM TWENTY WEEKS  Montreal, Jan. 12.-It, is calculated that the hearing of exemption oppeals under the Military Service Act, will under the present arrangement, occupy the Judges of the superior court here for a period of at least twenty weoka. There will' be an average ot two thousand, appeals for each judge to hear. The actual rate of progress is. an' average ot twenty cases decided in a day by each judge, er.one hundred per week of five court days. Thus it will be well Into May when the cases are finished. What is to become ot the civil court business m the meantime? This question ia uppermost in the minds of the legal profession here at [-present, and the council of the bar ^wlll consider the, matter next' Mon-day^ TOTAL CREDITS TO ALLIES Washington, Jau. 12.-Total credits to the allies were raised today to $4,-238,400,000 when Secretary oC the Treasury McAdoo authorized a loan of 52,000,000 to Serbia, making Serbia's total ?6,00^000.  � ? SUSPECTED SPY :.Hanford. Calif., Jan. 12. -Ellzabetli ; Guistert was .arrested here yesterday held o,n suspicion .,of. being a German spy. Two seditious lettjprs,'one .referring; to Fort Grant, Oregon, and the presidio ot San Francisco, and the other a mysterioua net of Plana, were discovered in her possessions A letter found in her pocket, it was stated, said: "I will help the kaiser all I can, I hope that the Germans win the world war, Germany over everything," ? ? the telegraphers will receive pay tor-Sunday overtime, redaction ot tTie working day by about one hour and a wage increase of about 19.75 a man per month. Both sides expressed themselves as pleased with the terms ot the settlement. Chicago, Jan.ll2.-Settlement ot the first wage dispute since the goyerii-ment took over control of the nation's railways was announced yesterday by G..W. "W} Hangar, of the United-States board ot mediation and conciliation, who bq.H been acting as mediator in the differences between the Chicago and Alton and Its telegraphers. Under the terms - of an agreement ,-.-.-.--, .-^^^^ New Sehoola In 1917 ' " Statistics from the department ot education show that last year thera were 1.16 new school districts organ-Ized in the province ot Alberta and over and above this there were thirteen new consolidated districts eatab>' lished, making about 40 in all. MILUONSDIE Ey�rjr year from CoiiiamptioB� Uilliona could have been aavfd i( only common aenae prevention bad been used in the first stage. If "XOU A.RB a gufferar from Aathma, Broa-chitis, .Catarrh, Pleariay,- Weak Lungs, Cough and Oolda-^Ol IMi-eaaoa leading up to OonnmpUoE'- Tubercnloaia, YOU. ABB IntaratUd in Dr. StrandgRd'a'T.B, Hetietaa. Writa for Teatimoniala and Booklet. OB. STBAIfDOABO'l ItEDtCtn 00� 2e3-86S ToBt* Swaat. Tenata. own lines. HJgl gallant work enabled die /platoon; to ,a^dvancei^ , He, iritllcted many more,'casu.altibs among the enemy and then, carrying, the captured ihiikchine.fiun', ledv his,,platoon to the �yn'al objeotlye.? � He there selected an excellent position, and got the �un ity to action, firing oja^the roreating erf-4ri3iy"'.Wbp ,by this time wore i deijibral' Ited by the. firtt brought to bear on them, fpurlhg the' o6nBoHda*Uon Private Robertao'h'a miost determined use of tho'^achlne iuii kept down the fire of enemy snipers. His courage and cOolneaa cheered his 'comrades and inspired them to finest efforts. In car-\ rylng In a wounded man he was killed in- front of our tirehcbes." ' A Loiigheed Man Oalcary. Jan. 12.-Private Cecil Klnroaa, who baa been awarded the Victoria Ordas, is the" son ot James Sterling Klnroaa, Loughaed, Altai, both of whom are well known in that district. ' Young Klnroaa enlisted In this ol^y vrltb the Slat battalion on October 2lflt, 191S. He went overseas with the nnmber tbra* draft, embarking oh the st^amahip Mlaaanable at St. John on December 28, 1915. He wap born in England but the family came out to Alborta some yeara ago. -i Of Fighting Stock �Victoria,: B.C., Jan. l". - Sergeant ijfleorge Harry Alullin, V.C, ia a native son of Victoria and his mother, who l^esldes at 3606 York street, this Mty, is this raomlnR a vary proud woman. That Sergt^' MuUin comes from a fighting atom, no better evidence is required than .the fact that.hia father. Corporal H.MullIn, ia now serving'in CVanoe, havlnB left Victoria with the 88th battalion In May, 1916, Sergt. Mullln'Bbrothor, Private W. V. Mullln; la now at Raathaven, where be was invalided following service at the front, and Corp, K. T. Mullln,' another brothT er, waa killed at Couroellette in Sop-tombar, l�ie. ThIa deceased brother belonged to the aame battalion as the sergeant, the famoua Princess Pata, Ganada'a foreraorgeneral was the gueat of Preatdent'WllBo^ at Washington. TfiY"CACARETS"EO| Lip AND BOtlS If SIOK OR BILIOliS ToniShtl Cloan Yoilir Bowela and'^top Head^ohe,;Oelda, Spur Stomach. ^ -t--', ' ' Get a lO-oent bbxnow,, Turn the raaoalsout-^the headache, blliouanoaa, Indigeatlqn, the alck, sour atomach arid bad-colda-turn them out tonight and'keepah'ain out with Cas-careta, . Millions of men and women take a Oaaearet BOW and tben and never know the mlsenr cduBOd by 'a'lazy Jlver, clogged bowela, or an upaet slomaoh. i Don't put lir onother^da^ ot distress. Let Caaoaruta oleanae. your atomapK; .1/ewove the aoufr, , fermenting food;: ta)ce tliQ esceaa bile from your. liver, fvnd carry out a}rtt|e oonatlpat'ed waste niaa^r and polson'Vln the bowela. Then you vmi f^jl'grt'at, "   " . A-Caaoaret tonlgbi.jftraigbtona yoti out:by mornlhg. Thoy :Work while yi^iu Bleep. A lO-eant ^px ^from any drug I alore m'eana ni olpar bwd; aw^et atom-: 'aob and clean, heaUhy^Uver 'and')bowel notion for month8,^,qnJldren lovefOaa-i carets because they'" never griiio or alcken.-^ArtvertlBemwt '4 Idea which the war aplrit of both nations has.glven birth. It is the mighty heritage for which nhe fighting men are responsible, and believe me, they have heard all about tlie prowess and the heroism of the Canadian soldiers down here. This block ot states, sepa-, rated by the Missouri rlver-T-Nebraska, Iowa, Kansas and Missouri-have contributed more than all others in the west to swell the exodus to Western Canada in t|ie last decade afad the people are very accurately informed about the Dominion in general and Weslevn Canada In particular. Scores o^. Ca-nadlon publications are subscribed for directly by citizens of these tour states who are Interested one -way and another,.^ British Afnerica and thousands of pieces of reading matter published, north 'of the line reach this section through the friends and relations of Vafioua families who live in Canada. , . ^ ' Typical ot this general interest, two papers in Omaha, one in DesMoine^ and one in Kansas City, foupd tlielr' readers so concerned over the recent Dominion election that they: tliought It profitable to publish extracts giving the results and I have been told that in nearly every large city through the central and western States extra editions were Issued on the evening of December 17 by the iKfluential journals announcing the suocee's of the "war party, in Canada" a*8 the Un-^ ionists were generally known in this part ot the,world. In. newspaper offices of Omaha, Kansas City and To-peka, the writer" -ivas informed hundreds ot- long distonce enquiries wore received from rural districts that nighi as to how the elections in "BritlsU Ameriea*' were' going. War taxes and conscription.cannot be urged as a reason why'a former with a big family and/a fat btmk ac-ny un-acr^pulous real es\:ate speculators, es-pSBlally those with so *-caIlodvyho contemplated going over the Hue. /Pro-Gerhians too lost no opportunity to ' knock" .Western Canada, obviously, but today the Austro-German "la BluK-Ing In a powerfully low tone thrQu^f the-west. A knock on.Canada! tiisten-^'a pro-German who speaks disparagingly of a Canadian weatvof the Mississippi river today,, especially in the agrlonltuml sections has got some nervp. It- la the. same aa if Uncle Sammy baa been knocked. ;So this Is, the congenial atmofipher^ for, the breeding ot tlio wan'derluat germ-^the only German" thing that thrives today in llhis part of the world. Said Mr; Bennett todfty: ["I have recovled many, many .more eu-qulrlea nbbut Canada this fall th^ri in a^i^ other, for the tlmo, bt yojcr; Canada'p fine ctops have bontrlb^ltbfl to this, J have no dedbt^ind'Oiinnda's bold fighting spirit is a tronlondbun factor iii attracting favorable atten'-|:!on here as in other parts.-of fhf world... I look for an unusujilly largo movement northward this spring and I expect the demand for Toan�dl�li lands to steadily Inoreaao, f^pmnow Hhtll-the close of the war*;and thea ,\, bxpect the Immigration' froni :|;ha Central 'States toward 'the''Weat'brS provinces to reooli unprecedented pro. portions,;;:' ,' , ^, - , , This bptlmlstic note waB>Btruok'by other agents. . In /ao^ not one perapn with whom I have talked-anij ihJ\ti. Tiwm i iiuve iKiKea^ahd tlie-'in-Uirest of many did not lie In that-di^ Section- but admitted t*iat niany'of the best farmers ot tiveir seouon iwora hand, of conditions In the various agencies of the Dominion in-the western States. Thoy have said they, thought 'Mr. Calder could not better' employ about a month ot his time than, in runni&g down here and going, Into the more important offices, talk' with the, business men of the cities where they are located and gel in touch directly. . He ~.vOuld soon discover the weakness and strength of the different ofticog he ha^ undertaken .to work into a force that will interpret In the best sense all th^t Union government reiir^ents In a. practical way. This aspect ot the problem looks like first class business. For instance, I recall attending a banquet ot one of the ISadlng chambers of commerce organleations of the west a year ago when I was over this trail. There wej-e..perhan^ 500 representative business i men from four' slates present. 3'he British cousular agent waa thera and was roundly applauded .when he l.spoke.  I was keenly disappointed when 1 discovered" the business rejire-iientative of the Dominion of Canada was not present, . The next day I called Specially on the president and cas&illy asked why the omisSlon. He was very frank. He said that the Dominion's f representative had not been invited during his term a^president--he had served nine months.: He had>J)'een informed however that his predecessors had invited him ..frequently to thb;aijnual gatherings of the organization and he,had ne-rer accepted. He'.aaid the members Of the organization,really desired to have this gentleman, present but be had always found an excuse to be absent. It struck me that the Dominion is getting the worst of it in this particular centre of Its activi-ties. vI know the.agent personally and I have not heard .any other criticisms of, hla conduct but" It seemi'ed"'to mo tli^rhe was missing a splendid oppor ti^nity to carry on his propaganda by not attending these, great gathering* bt American captains of industry. To-dfiy the great '.state /agricultural so cletles' and disi;rlct societies of the Central States are being held at,varl-bus State capitals and Canadian lands and Canadian Ideiils are > widely discussed anil popular.. No -more economical way-iKJt adsrertiaihg Canada can b8 introduced thai) having ber agents at. these meetings ~tb answer questlona and deliver addreaieB^ The American who 1ms settled In'CaRada. and return-., ed hero tor his Xmaa Ja a mighty ^factor in this Canadian propaganda. � SHipliSlxe liOB Angeles, Calif., Jim. Is.-Know-, ledge ot a sucoasatul ahlprapnt ot machine guns and other muniWons from a southern California .port to Mexico was admitted today by NIoholaa Senn !2ogg, wlien he and two others at^ear; ed fur examlt^atlon before a Unlte'd States commisslSber on, obargea filed by army intelUgenoa offleera.' Zogg ijaid the shipment waa made four months, ago ;'und�r the very, eyea of federal officers." THE ORIGIN AND DANGER -O Fr- CATARRH -IF YOU SUfPER FROM- ' . \ Catarrh, Catarrhal Deafnew, Heiid Noises, Catarrh of the Stomach (which is ofttn mistaken for Indigestion), Catarrh o� the Boweb, A sthma, Bronchitis, Loss of Smell, Phlegm dropping in the back part of the Throat, or if you have a Cough. ---YOU 8HO.UUD NOT FAIL TO READ EV^RY WORD OF THIS ARTIC^E. -_ What Parmint, the Wonderful English Formula, Has Done for, Others, It Should Do For You. , jWlnnlpeg. Jan, X2.-^ilL B. Philip, roi tired lawyer ot Brandon/has been appointed adminlatrator of the new fish reguKttons ill Weatern: Canada, J. U. McQragpr, western 'food controller a^-noDnce^d toflaj;,,Tha poattlon oarrlea , np^ *Blnry.^ :^^;ji^iLlA!:i!tt ;;"iMr.* PlJiUP la. W(aU( irritated Burface It means a more and more diseased condition of the membranea. They thua produce further inflaniniiatory Irritation and In time even ulceration. The autfprer fronf catarrh often- finds his sight and heairlng falling, He suffera from an al-nioat constant, dull ache over tbo eyea and acroaa theKforehSid. The mind be-comea diiU when the membranes ot the naNal cavltibB. are in a dlacharging condition. , , , It is the. pus and decaying ma,tt6r obting from theaesorea that causes: the offensive br,eath so common to victims of catarrhi You may not notice it youraelf. You probably do not. But youi; frienda do, -though they are too careful of^our feelfnga to tell you ao, NASAIi CAYARRH Thia form of Catarrh is| to say the lea'st, aickening and disgusting, .be-sldei^ being moat .common and highly dangeroua, The, cjianges of weather render-the -delicate',,muMUB mem-bYahei in the noset and ihroat very auBoeptible to Inflammation, and thus encourage Ah'e birth and- growth of catarrhl germs. Tii,e:no8e and throat.are what might be cabled the highway ofln is bojd, or it \the noae, throat -or Imiga :are diaeaaVl in any iway. th;epi / don't NEai,ect A couoh ' 5 If you bave a cold and it haa left ;? you with a cough, no matter how alight-you ought luot to neglect It. 1^ ' A cough la generally an Indtcstioii I that there is JntlaBU|natlOB: in'.n dani-t leroua place,' ahd' proper�treatment ahbuldhe aecured ^at:once. .Oflaylnn ^ treatment may mean'that the cou^ f may aettie, develop and atay.- Evea I the Blighteat cough indtcatea a' danger I and should receive prompt Bttentio* ! Unleaa your .'cough\i haBfbe4:om�:�i- | tremely deep seated or haa huBKonvji I you for a long time, WO'bellavVfthBt % you - will find a quick rellet trpm^ your I trouble by the uae of Parmint; ''''' i '.what pahmint let Parmint la an Ijlngllah tormulB'Ipui f on'the market In, BSngland-'about lit il ye(^ ago, It'is.a cowbinatlOH'Ollii | gredlenta having valuea In th� treal- t ment ot catarrhl conditions,'biteaohieI I affections, etc:, compoundfia/from tm -� beat gr^de ot> material jit is poaatblo I to obtain. Parmint ,ia^put up in paV i ounce bottles/tin 'Concentrated 'fwti i which are labelled ."Patijjkiiit-Doublo 1 Strength,", TVejP* .one:qm^ ''liottljs I .can be abtaM||l{it>M-'amBill�Mt aad Uhe oneouhce^'IsTeHf^lQPtBp;^ n '^fuU^hait-pint.otjParmtptrre^y to ug* whencmlxftd, with'"iwf>t�)r/ttnd a little i l�rnr'"^'^^^^^^^^^ i 73 ?708 ;