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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - January 19, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta PAG?; TTv^ r>---i.......- THE LETriRUIDGE DAILY SATURDAY, JANUARY 19,1918 Ml SPOKE . !n:-^rru.S.G� ' i ii til ^\HS food value cf cocoa has J- "been proven by centuries of u~3, and dietitians and phy- world over are ii pij sic cat nusiastic in their endorse- T.om'on J-n. 19.- Arthur J. Ttalfotir. llritlsh foreign minister, in lopiyiu-T to the claim of The Netherlands itovenituent for 'kimn'to he."wi' of the sink-ins of one Dutch steamer anil the ti:-V �aglni* pf an ither while the latter was be:".'.: salvaged liy the British ivtvy. through the attacks of C. oaii'ii stibmar-ir.es and while tliev were bains e-taaoaod to a British ro>rt. fit'-. d:\ros that the claim should 1)0 made on Germany. : > > > : >..*� e. : :� : : : >s cf it. It is said to con-:~c;;e nourishment than tor. 5. ha more readily assimi- .__,1~ted form. The choice,how- -j- ever, should be a high-grade , cocoa,-"Bakers" of -? course. Hon. Chas. Stewart Fmpliasi7.es Lessons Frtmi Life-Opening of Lcgislahire--News Ficni Capital il'tom Our Own Oorrospondentl i Wwr-t >a. Jan. IT.- -The legislature of Alberta lias tat'i called together', " '------------------=.-r-r~ .r:-.-r-. f�r tk" .iv'sp \U-\i ��C uusv.us* on i'hum-  looked upon as an opp'^ition. there �'.">. Tt'ti. Thon.th there are usv wiil oe some Interesting discission, pro. bll's to imt.-c before the housp. A(l , do.batlujc power i* not with.the it .� i: '�::.;-.at sess'oa. U is ca),jUPt; ,a dl0 floor of the house nrd *!- " -v- I'm.- '��* :�e h.u e wiil have mmc n},, w\\] make themselves felt in as it.. Ii.-r 1 � '� ..mar vrot.tuir. and there c00,i f0rm when matters aro under is n > a.* ,'.;:. | Dr. Tanimttra said that ivlrle it was true 'o say that "food wll win :he 'iwar." it was more so to say ;ha: i "sh^-ap will save the world." Ho e.-a-lejar-ed -iiat in n�lf� Japan would !:--;d Si' Ija'ae. X't.tH. �Tar.. If.-The cm- - 50.00t> .p laldiie:, t'.ioatjh or. l'.ut in this ease it dees not fol-im: tn the rint-r of :!ie hens -a. Uearra low. although the i-' p si. And. tken. we have one to till the pulpit on a Sunday. ;-s. M.-\;ti icy an.! Mi^s :icAdams ltut this is what Mr. Stewart has !ato-as svi'.-e � a.;ivas. att.i ;U.-y will like-  l.v do;n\ and wilh acee.nt.mee too. His ly l'taaa; a,":,',ed interest to the de- eaauetao' ra of truths that go to np- ; lift mankind were staaaa; and to the ' patat. Those' who heard liim in his a.npea' for the better life were pie is-.'d. His topic, was "friendliness, aa? p'i't.'.o.'.oiess and brotherly love." - a -aak lie d-'l not autioiineo a te:-:t or s.J-j'.t. I'rotaier Stewart "closed his wV ;o.timed address witli the fol-!.-w. ta; les---aiis which he had learned it: .'no se'aooi of life- totty well done brings its reward. n-,.y r.egieeted brin;:s i eudemnation. M >.n n.ust. eontinuaiiy examine himself, hat a use after a'i it is his -oVn conduct :ti vviiicli he is most concerned. Xo ::t-;.a>n, no peop'e, can be greait without Christ aa the chief corner it one of its sstrueture. hates. The opp'-sai-t; it was. .'.ta.I is v.i'he- h-rd to eaaa has no; r, stood that he is long wilt be in ti -. ra.ker weaker t'.ntf a:a wiil bo leader it r-rejicl. While Mi. it-� ta ic-i. it is una >.-o do so. and be.'ara 3 "hiiiher realms" of the senate. And. Tw the past. Should tite act is to jura into prove true, intsreatiu lie is also af nor that Bea-a Iaeai a.rea.a times may' ha looked for, T'aati. a new- opaosttkoi may arise, as canditians politically are rather "mixed" sine* the formation of tea unionist ?':'� eta-aeat at Ottawa, forming new lia.es that have not ha'.'a.'i'to exasted, 'in ;\\-h � p.; .�aaoiccs at prasent gt> ta jianv t'.ttil .aa~e v."I'd be very faw private tods in roaaue.l. tiataa will Us :\ nttttior of f; lye.-atnea; rnaastit'-t thttt will ta.s j o n P Every yecr from Co^suajption, If'alions could have been saved if on'.v common Erase prevention had :n the west. iini iijin nvnnnin iiKL hau utmml ord?r issued i> tias. rather cat th3 provtnea-. :i by bo:t.a.-:. tm hat chew a :aar. tote of tite - now is low tnads for tka of ga-veriimea'.. tlaptattit is the the aavi'mntaat. view the roe,, at a;;a! at; autiiori-ihe powers of tttaic'paiities in aislai; of funds CANAL SYSTEM Washington, Jan. la.-Tlirector General MaAdoo was summoned before the interstate commerce committee- today to explain the operation of government administration of railroads. Mr. JIc-Adoo said that certain so-called short line railroads would bo released from Roveni'.r.ent operation as soon as in-vosllsatlons now under way determined it was not necessary. In explaining the purpose of the administration railroad legislation, Director General McAdoo said he did not propose to keep control of any un- E.W.GILLETT CO. LTD. - TORONTO,CANADA (�pit'-' �^tft-Hf*lPB'c*" MONTREAL necessary linos or have tho govern-, inont compensates those not taken Over. "A3 far as I can soo after threo weeks' preliminary investigations," said Air. .McAdoo, 1 don't contemplate taking over any roads not necessary for the Kovornment's war purposes and if some interests necessarily get hurt by it, they will have to stand it." Director McAdoo said that if it should develop that operation ot can* als was necessary they might be taken over. He added that operation will also be extended to Inland waterway!. Director McAdoo was told by Senators that small independent lines feared bankruptcy if the government took control of the large trunk Hues and that the government Bhould take ovar all railroads, large or email. Q'j: bee n use 1 a: a: if ion AliE a Sui'.-rer fivra Actinia, Bron-eVX.s, Ca.ta.rrh, Il.ar.sj, "Weak -i"^ Ceo:;!! ttad CoiJ--.-11 Dif t:0 Con.iun:ptioii-- :u;.:inst waa; is ca ring with pr-.ivin. -a.!J be hi Titie a- be ;nt' res - it io-rta v,-'.'.t tal ,. cr 0''".t" i:. Dr. St Wtate far STtta. a'oa:^,.' .'la tnteretre.l D. Me^iciue. r-d Baokiet. . TJl Zll-B CO., :. n:r-u'.a. Chicago. Jan. 10.-The sixteen year old girl, giving the name of Linla t- Roso. who is in jail here today on a ; charge o* transporting dynamite in a that v-'dl railroad train, is believed hv tlia l'. J]:n' ca.eli v;: police t-> be a resident of Youn.a-stown. !rt Ohio. She was amstcd yesterday as 'tnic. at; ! site left a train from Cleveland, and --'ot.aa.t a, in a. suitcase which she carried the '.! ; iialiae found tifrty-s;x sticks of dyna- (- air .v mite and a loaded automatic pistol. thaurh th. in ^p.-akon out as intari' o" To make r i-r-.v'r: a? v.-'U tkaa--tita cours3 ;cr matrar ibor for t'aa ii atid illi- by that .a oa aa to is njt wha rtttrtit ot the ion the sv.h-i'.l likaiy ;ol-o:eat to the ' .aada. and. is seueraiiy i Red Cross Work Th::!. the premier kat-t taken a decide.! t-- nl on an.itiier matter having iti view the better'ooa.t of 'conditions, lie '.;' ; aa," -p:�.-l thh presidea.cy of the i Ke.; Cr * -i sa.-koy. a:ol lately came out; s'l-a-aa; for the work. His message was: "Cach clay tint IV war continues t!o? no-.Is of the '. It i Crass society are , a ;-..:".i ttatcly iireataa. Kach day htattas t s new d'scotafarts. Now that toe o v a ataca;, by ir.'ans of a tax. is lakh:;; eta of  air former contribution ta tlta i'ak 'titic 'f^f.'id, your vclun-o-y �:� a.tt.b'a''o\ for war purposss alt-aid :.:o to tka P" i ' k'oss .i.i.'Hoy. ,.c a 1 aeai'.-a tiae ne'::�ss:ty and ur-..lay -f th1 ;;,�] Crow Work, but we d > a.it :>!w.-.ys :c llze. cur individual or;: p.-. hclaiaa tiratn'to carry on tlieff it - ess ry :.;ri ro ;;?.Ht : work fur our hoys "ra-1: there."  In cotint t ti.;:i vithsRled Cross work, *.. iirott is also an exceedingly s;r ;:: s '"! V-tor, commending it to a'l pr-\ -ik a s '-ol'ety has set ">c . : . �' c.-v duJaa c.wied this year as the !t..al. Grcv/t TwrjI-e !1 , .1 ik ,. r'-o.inae'k-r Cot it: ai e-:-a ta--1* ' IK v.o . 1' i. far ev. 1, lalk I.-u-i t c '. . ...1 an ! When success means straining nerve force f:o the uteicst -when minutes given to your affairs are precious -when your strength is the driving force of your store or or farm -then you must have a motor car. V *F & ^ A motor car saves valuable time-saves your vita'lty-tJurizig business hours. And-after business hours-provides recreation and vigor-jpv. ing cu'.door enjoyment that helps you in the daily battle. * * % * The economy, durability, and mechanical perfection of the si. arrlizes I.laxwell car have been proved so conclusively they are now accepted facts. The Maxwell is the carj without a peer for the vct^n who is wor'tin^ idee full steam. to. I ota tta ' ii l': 1 C t :;; Cl-.-iL Ira-- k r a. :.:. ha a ! i tk' : y. uncter Touring Car $iofy; Roadster $1045; Coupe :tiy)o Berime $1670; Stc/an $1670; /'. O. B. Windsor WILLIAME LET H 3 i" 1CGE 9 PHOr^El 1545 in 11*17 of Ai'acrta Schools ars at-o'.'.-tli alon.q aduca-n Aik-rta shows wotider-TU� territory covered fr ta north to south - a t r .10:1 the whole of the a r,-:re in existence ':i  iia-o! districts; in a c: ad; in 1907, ir,i;; in d in It'll, .2S3, practically -iay of the year ex-  1 'tiitions there were .1 as ereoiatl siuce July , ..if. 151 districts wttre 14 o..-a.ij!idated districts, n Co"? are in the prov-; 1 ittric-.s, an increaae ..aa 1 a of ptt -. in at-ik . . s ti.la-k a.id litis 1 01 in lf.ifl. . ---a tivrcu-r't fitiv-'--� :� a ; conakier. bis in-" : - ...5 -I'll 5!o .1', .a : i' Du; t? 1:' ! '.-I! 17 j i.t'.'e ktal'OaS.d by ii-'>,- j ca-."'' lated r-:choo"'s are J tta - 1 tha faratins cam- j ti !:;.- the ntttabar tk it j a ;': a a d siitae i a! ",. In ::� a -�� oned; in ISH an-.. o-a; in 193'J, .sixteen, aurtean-a total of forty- two. A Ten Cent Faro Edmonton caa-o-t! is cons'dering a 10a iln.-e an i.iic of 5c as now. , oca i : ilva l:a:-a,o'ds pa. cultural colic ii.a-t railway in place r-sirs A^tociation 1 n. 1j. Rica rd.�;>, of 'Calgary,-presi-�1>-:h of ike Aihaa'a a-arlcult.ural fairs at-a-t o.'iatiatt, w in Kiimonton lately, 0 akin.'  rr art aaa as for thy meeiins ti ba had i'k-r-a ;�/ 20 and til whet; it is caviar:,"-! i!::-a -u ly one hundred nr'iiaoi.-rs a;.I :�;�>� ./'arles of ftita-j will lie pto. e.af. ta c a Par matters in con-no-t.-tiaa v.at.'i 1: � � k'lAtion of the pro-l.h'e new Uoanin-aiss'oi.er: J. Vs. of Manitoba a^ri-i'nn. D. MarahMl, minister of agriculture/and Alex. Gtti-br.u'th. supertaiat. ! at of fairs and in-' gtitutcs. are book-a I for addresses. As 111 � if as 01 vital iiaiiortanco to the fair circuits of tie [.;(,. ince will be dealt with.it is laakc i upon as one of. the roast iinp.aa'aat earnings of the year. Kriea'a; of c. i' 'latchkiss, publicity ft- !'!�';-lo at a at . province, will bo 11 a i.> it,-.". ', .t he is now ab'e to In: ar.and ait.a his recent accident. Want, the Mounties Again A fltiuitrition la � waited upon the preaioa tttk:;:^ Ik to use his inflil-e.itti !� have tk-- .X.W.M.l . take up their .0,1. 5"7-pai.sengcr$2850; Brooklands 4-passengcr J1795; Lin wood "Six-39" 5-passcnger $1330, Glen- -dale "Six-39" Chummy Roadster ?n30; Dartmoor "Six-39" Z or 3-passcn^er $1330: Sedan "Six-39" 5-passeni.cr $1925. i All Prices f.o. b. Detroit. FATGEDETRQIT MOTOR CAR COMPANY, DETROIT, MICH. The H. T. Henderson Garage Corner Sixth Street and Sixth Avenue South Phone 538 Provincial Distributors for Paige-Detroit Motor Co., Detroit, Mich. i�RMTH lor tfiatChill This Light, Dry, Fleecy Wool 4^ v, , i^tta mm^wonder * -is just what your pain-racked system craves. Thermogene\&grattful warmth in dry, convenient fprm - medicinally treated so that it actually generatti heat the instant it is applied to an afflicted part. Ready as it comes from the box-worn without inconvenience day or night - no Supersede! the men and bother of thm old-fashioned poultice and plaster. CURATIVE WAIHHNC fetlbroectf'5-i�r Gives Quick and Sure Relief At Your Druggist'b - by acting'tiponthe blood-vessels through the skin and. directly reaching the source of trouble- in all cases of Grippe Lumbago Neuralgia Bronchitis Quinsy Muscular Pains Rheumatism Neuritis Sore Throats Chest Colds Avoid needless �ufferinjr ; keep Thfir-iiiofaini' always in your home. It is used by Hritish Red Cross, Navy, Army and Hospitals. hivrnltct hv Y'DtdenlTorck, thr famous /Irlfrian chenusl. Rr\t\*h> mati? by The 7'hrrmo^riif Co. Ltd., J'/tijivurd'nllruth, l-.n^lami. Salts Agents foi- Canada Harold F. Ritchie & Co. Ltd., lOMcCaulSt., TorotiU ;