Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 18, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta
SATURDAY, JANUARY 18. DAILY HIWAUJ PAGE NINE expected to bo I Uio scheme, 1 would prefer increased 1 subsidies to Increasing tlie indebted- of tlie- urovlnce to the Dominion. I Premier Stewart told tile reconstruc- lion committee of Hie city council yes- I muay afternoon. Vlewa Loin With Alarm "Alberta, under the appropriation, would uol euWle'l to more than a million lie continued, 1 view wllh some, alarm tlio proposal ot a loan ratlior Unu loo adjusting ot our diaitullies. BO that tie Etructton .work In Alberta. No great i call ott its o-.vu and do need baa as yet been shown tor it as 1 own -tnancluE without becoming ol- lue outstanding need along' housing j iigateil to Ihe federal government. Hues Jn this orovlnce Is teat ol im-1 Kor reason the settlement ol tlio urovcuieuls and "the scheme mates Untural resources question baa Ueen provision for aiy espendilures and Increased subsidies asked along tbal line ''While I would not lite, to be quot- ed' as beins unalterably opposed ID tor." SonvMor Biscuit An unequalled Soda Biscuit... Serve when and how you will. or Plain North .West" Biscuit Limited COL. BRUCE TO MARRY Canadian Surjeor, Will Rttgrn With English Bride engtigemeut Is an nounccd of llerliert Bruce. Tor onto, to Angela Hall, daushler of Hen ry n Hall. Upmlnsler. Kssc-x. Th wedding will take place early In Fcl> ruin', and the couple will return I Cttnada in March. ColMlrucc. "who holds -an appola meat as'consulting surgeon for th Iritlsh War Office, is regarded as on jt tlie loaders of Ms profession i Janada. He Is a native of I'ort 1'e -y, Ont.. a gold medalist, of Toroni University, and for a consideraW lerlod was thief surgeon of the Toro: :o.General Hospital. In the summer of 1310 lie went ove seas, ond at Iho request ot Sir Sa Hughes. (then Minister of Militia mado an inspection of Canadian ho and various other institution [n which Canadfan wounded and si were to lie found, and three monl Services admintstralioii and Eyslem. Following a somewhat, sharp con- troversy ,a board ot enquiry was ap- pointed, ot which Surgeon-Genera! Sir Win. liaptie, Director ot Medical Services at tho War Ottice. I-omlon, was chainrtan. After examining both sides, tills hoard oil the whole upheld tho C.A.11.C. as admlnlslered hy Sur- geon-Oeneral Carleton JoneE, hut at tho Bamc lime conceded that tbe stric- tures as to hospital methods were jus- tified In various mailers." The upshot was thai there was a change in Hie administrative head of tho C.A.-M.C. overseas. Shortly afterwards Col Bruce was given an appointment as consultant surgeon for tlio British War Offico In an area which included Boulogne, and that office he blill (Ills. OTTAWA. Jiii. 15.-W. N. Tilley, ublishers' counsel, today presented (ho paper control tribunal bis ac- ouutant'a computation of of ewsprint per ton duo (o including rappers in (he total costs, but nol ncluilinE their weight lu the amount y which they are divided to get cost er ton. Mr. Tllley said that osls had In (his reaped been accur tcly determined In January and uary. 191S. but that tbe weight ot vrappinga had not been include! ho following tour months. The Uooth mill, on the l.auremule rapper basis, costs had been boosted ty the same method ot calculation. "Hut tho Laurentido basis does lot apply to tbe llooth said Mr K. Henderson. "I am instructed that ho difference it would inake on Uooth IWIJ DUE costs would be only ei odd cents." ;hly aud some (From Our Oirn 1UVMOND, Jan. mother of ArUiur H. Wallmi. Mrs. McKc-n- na Just handed your correspondent a letter from Capt.'Walton, (.'apt. Wal- ton is an old-timer of llaynond. and Ills miny friends will lie clad to know of his whereabouts, rapt. Walton's mother, three sisters aivl three bro- thers are still livinB Itayraond. Tlio slstcra arc Mrs. J. T. H.'nlngcr, Jr.. Mrs J. M. lioyton nnd Mrs. bmn Carter. The are Messrs. A. J and Charlc-s Walton's ambition was to get into the American Service. beoiusc ot his Act1- was im.successful. He- was then working talesman in a Detroit aim Accountants from both sides infer and acceptable. managing >bile f ac- ton- The company and all the men lunied everything ovc-r tf> the govern- des will j munition and wr.r purposes, conier and arrive at a figure mutually Walton .was i a Cfiild Droops" Relieve the little stomach, liver and g' food, bile and poisons. Look the love to take lite only 10 cents tool Dealing with the allowance for stumpage. that is, for the value- of timber cut, George II. Montgomery .Id it would be impossible to arrive at the value of limits and the exact amount which leased crown limits had cost ttie holders.-.Some.daled back to 1S42. The slumpase basis was a lair one to go on. As an illustration of "machine and other losses in pulp mills, Mr. Mont- gomery mentioned that' in Iho St. Maurice river, where government 'dredging has been going on, a solid ult of pulp gelling inlo Iho river from he mills. Mr. Montgomery challenged very trougly the publishers' contentloi hat If Ihc Booth mill, for instance, las 10H-15 low cost wood on hand, it ihould charge only for the use of such Kood uulil it is exhausted. "It is the most extraordinary proposition ever icard declared Mr. Montgomery. 'If Mr. Booth were going to be Sorccd to charge only 'the 1SI-S-15 price on his costs, it might be quite easy for him to say: 'I am not going Io use that at ail. I'll sell it at Ihe present market.1 That would be his perfect right and he would then use Ihe later- cut higher-cost wood and charge it into his costs accordingly." Justice Archer asked mill counsel to explain the publishers' argument that tho Uootli mill Canadian cost in- clude a commission on sales which is paid only on United Slates sales. The answer is that it is not a said Mr. Henderson. "Auditor Clark- son allows .us for actual cash-qu.l-pf- pocfcct in Canada and nothing else." training in (he regular army. Walton writes from Isfur Tllle. Krance. where lie ia with (he -American Expeditionary Kdrcw: "Since (he censor hus taken a vsra.- anil given us iieneission to (ell part of our experiences, 1 will lell some of mine: "We sailed from Montreal, early In July, down the St. to Hali- fax and at that point, joined one of Iho largest convoys that has crossed the water. Our beinit greeted in the THE WELCOME TO OURBOYS will be vociferous and enthusiastic but no warmer tKam. ike welcome baclc. to tKe Canadian of Shredded Wheat the favorite wKole wheat breakfast cereal Of course you couldn't get all the Shredded Wheat you wanted during the war. We paid a heavy toll for doing a restricted business- buf we paid it oladly. The war is over. R is the same Shredded Wheat you have cdways and nutritious. Forany meal with milk or cream MADE IN CANADA ton for France. We stayed in an Kng-i spirit of gratitude that perrrtcatcs all lish rest caiuii for about ten rlays.j fYanco. The French and Americans St. Lawrence, by some ol the uritlsn th. Ihnlls destroyers, brought one of.the thrill: ct a li'le time. TSeir salutes .and the playine ot the Star Spangled Banner soon made us feel that we 'sere about to take part" In thu mighty struggle. "Our first real llirill of war came about a day and a half out from Hall- fai when the Uritisli Iitslroycr sight ot Instruction lery. ed, and gave i-hast to It- about five submarine, firing several rhots from htr big in. guns. were .very, glail-wjien sh.c return- ed as we had been without her pro- lecliou tor sevcrjl hours. ''The rest ot our journey very and a feiv arc being drawn very close together. disinfel.led and as LI matter of fact, it seems that proceeded to Usnr-TIHe, for the coarse in French field ar.il- olil- er. even though they may not bo able to speak n word. "Our boys in tho "On the 25th ot Xov. my first lieu- Irenches say lliat the French Pollen tenant ur.d myself went to the big will grvo his last slice of bread (o the nearby city and witnessed the decora- lion of a great many French officers and men. It was a great inspiring the review of thoso maim- ed, blind and crippled. They were American doughboy. NAVAL TRAINING BOAT IN THUNDER BAY PORT ARTHUR, Onl., Jan. BACK TO ENGLAND TOHONTO, Jan. Another Stop toward the demobilization of the Roval Air Korce In Canada was laVen last night more than 300 of the English training staff of the mech- anical wins entrained at North Tor- onto station on their way England back to preceded n French 'military band. Capt. Hev. A. S. Doal. naval chaplain. and then followed by an American announces that the navy league has band and one of Gen. I'ershing's crack regiments playing i'ne military airs. I niliet, to within two days o! Liverpool. During. Ihe dense nlj'-- tlie want to tell yon, that when the Na- Anthem was played, and all urius. im.- Vi American soldiers stood at salute, blowing of the signals of the "ions-j ,here WM not a ranchman on the .er ships, taking roll call, and signall-1 who nt ng for .their various ilgwg move- a sM am} jt menls, all created nciv and interest- a ng Eensatlons, p we did nut always "Ot course, counter respect was know Iheir meaning, and we never hom whM ,hc was wlral moment another one o'Lj those destructive) agents might-hin-j- der our progrQ.ss.'-v il want to tell you arranged to get a Iraining ship, poss- ibly a cruiser, placed on Thunder Bay summer.' Training accommoda- FURTHER REMANDED TORONTO, Jan. re- mand of one week was granted Tlev. Ben Spence who appeared In police court yesterday on a charge of pub- banned bock "The His counsel has applied for a motion probib'iting prosecution on the ground that the case has already been dls'poB- .tion will be provided for 100 moh. od ol by an appeal court judge. here. .withstanding..Cirent. ii.ritaln iri" fighting'llisie' for Children droop 'and wither like tender flowers il you permit bile, tout tletmcntations and constipation poison to be absorbed into the system. When a child's tongue is white, breath feverish, stomach toiir, you fin slwayj depend upon good, to ecnlly but thoroughly clean tlie cloggcd-up places. tic which nevcf Children love to take Cascarets, the candy cathar- nevcr injuKS, never disappoints. Each 10 cent box contains directions and dose lor children aged one year old and the 46 defendenls convicted In the i luslrial Workers oE the antl- ___......__ Calif., Jan. Sentences ranging troni one to ten years' imprisonment wera Imposed'to- day hy United States District Judge Itndkln, ot Spokane, on .43 if th nd case. Ser.lcnce of Miss' Theodora Pollock, lascl Saffors and A. L. Fix, the only bree defendants represented by an ittorney, was held up hy their coun- sel, ivho said a motion for a new trial vould ho ofteredf ANXIOUS FOR PEACE HALIFAX, Jan. -G.cn. Dodds.'D.S.O., whoso last com- mand'was the 5th Canadian Division ot Artillery, spoke of conditions he found them wheil hs went forward with the army of occupation. "There la no cause for unrest on our par! concerning the situation generally a the present said. "The Gor. roans know their cause Is defeated and around Cologne theynre doing everything possible Io establish a re- public government and sign a peaci with- Ihe allies." not' bee.. nearly four years, ilie still adhered to the principals law. and never had. alingle on the Hoiv, of'afu' merchant or passenger carrying ships, though she had lost hundreds''of her hoats, fighting an'unfair foe. She still clung to tho saereil-priniiiials of-the Hague treaty, even though Ihe lives of her 'soldiers and- eeumfeli were' endanger- ed every, minujo. the world must sKiitte'Great' Uritaih.'and render hom- age? for upholding sacred treaties and respecting international law. "One day before, we reached Liver- pool, about mid-afternoon, we were "The high French officers then par- aded in front of niose worthy soldiers and conferred the highest honors up- on thorn, that can be shown by the French Republic. "The sacred respect that Is shown to everything American, shows Ihe HIRST'S PAIN EXTERMINATOR DON'T SUFFER BUY HIRST'S! and be prepared Acalnj I attacks of the njunljca, Jumhiso. loo'.hscJie and evacbe. EqoaUr fiCTtlrcTinE swollen kiniis. FjifaiBf. sort wl olhcr painfal all For 6t cr 40 year? family ftiend. Don't buy Hirai't-llwayi haTca bottVc io thchou'c. llai a haDdrcduKS. A t or write HIRST REMEDY HamUton. CamiU.' A Modern Shoe Hospital Don't throw away your old shoes. Give them a new lease on life, anothei' chance to serve you. (lie lieeis are run down al Ihe corners or Iho solos are down their iipsslbllltlea are exhausted. 'V. -Send (hern Io 113, and we wlll.rclurn'lhetii fit (or many more months .o( service. We'll call for your 'shoes, arid send them right aliapety, comfortnble again. FRANK MILES :51T Fourth Avenue South. Phone 1717 "greeted-hy a mighty fleet of Ameri- can and British des't'royers. The cheera like thunder; when" they were as We had.ibeeu told several ura before that we were in. the dan- r zone. When one of those speedy bmarine killers dodged through and twoen onr (lying the Anierl- n flag. I want you l-hat the ating hearts on our ship fairly rock- the ship. On our starboard side great thunder occurred and we did ol need any one to tell what might before us. Depth bomb after depth orch was tlie signal of mother-cruiser was 'disperse.' id Uie signals of the destroyers and dropping of bnmha, and the mighty remWing of the boats Io prcad in all directions, but before ic dispersion had .been accomplish- d, and while all oilf oftjcers were on upper1 deck we' WllriOBEed one of mse destli-deallns torpedoes paaa vcr the bow ot our barely ,iss tho stsler jroop.shlp on our star- oard side. We saw on ur port side, (be periscope ot a sub., ight in the centre of the convoy, and only "ri few' hundred feet our hip. However, the guide ship was on Io the Iricks of Fritz, nnd her eyes jleft.' The moment wo'saw the per- scope, a depth bomb, thrown from the dear.qld Saxonla. paralyzed it, and the conning tower next an- other bomb brought Ihe fiend sever- al feel above Ihe water, A few brlet seconds of duration, and the well trained cruiser, which was directly ahead of'lhe Saxonlfl, and only two snips ahead of us, had two twelve-Inch guns trained on tho beast, and two shots told Iho slory. Doth found their mark wilh marvelous exactness nnii another violator of human rights, was fast sinking in the deep ocean. Of course during tho wljole affair about thirty or forly bombs were dropped nnd (ho bis six-Inch gun on the stern of our two shots. "The papers In next day. gave the destroyers, credit for grt ting three subs, although ivq only ac Innlly saw the one.. The.captain o our ship, afterwards told-us1 thai the game tlio suba was to spread out and 'while Ihe great convoy was pass ing between them, to get the troop chips from both sides. "Thanks! Thanks to the vigilcnci bf (lie looVonla on Ihc ilcstroyers, ntn Iho collected actions, of the. Sax c-nia nnd the criilser, lhat tfic'e-nomy' agents met their fate nnd not ei en a single tile loet. Tho only Ironbl wap lhat ono boal had her propclle broken nnd anolhsr ap- paratus, by the played such havbS wltSJ FflfiJ" "U'c -stayed'In Krljlanil': hhotil week and thcn sailed from Southliamih A War-Savings Stamp uyW-S.S, WHERE? War-Savings fStatnps may be purchased for each during January at any Money-Older Post Office, Bank, or other place displaying the W-S. S.' sign. WHO? VV-S. S. are purchased'by men and women of cdtnlorlable means; by housewives and working men; and by children. EVERYONE has an opportunity io share in the high interest the Dominion.of Canada pays On an in War-Saving Stamps. HOW? The way io "build a bond" with W-S. S. is io buy regularly -one a day, or one a week, or one ft your means will permit. Those who cannot invest al a time.acquire War- Savings Stamps in exchange for Thrift Cards (o which affixed 16 Thrill Stamps costing 25 cents each. WHY? EVERYONE should buy War-Savings Stamps, In addition to receiving for invested, you know the money wiM be ttsea to finance expenditures incurred in the great work, the absolutely ewential work, of Reconstruction. When you xe the W-S. S. sign determine when you will your r lamp. Keep Thrift la lode alter the Remem- ber Thrill Slnnpl at not Thqrare a to a Slump. Be patriotic as keeper who you to lakt your change partly in Thrill JS.OOfor t dollar worth mare.