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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 1, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE FOURTEEN TliK uaillWIIHJK Allies Re-establishing Trans Siberian Railway -1 army tfcouwmds ot miles from this over a barken doiva. TraJe over :ho lino lias been impos aHo since that So (By W, E. 1'layfair, official pcmdent "with Forci-s Lu VLADIVOSTOK. iuaH.1 news as cabled to ito tMiwdiatrFrefs, an Iniw-AlHcd tttrrcemroi' has ffscc-rl at Omsk for cooirol ami ronorn'Jon of the Trans-Siberian railway 5? stout i? pwstin, winter. U tlwt there is now licpe by the receWal of transportation facilities, the conditions-existing m Russia may be brought w something Jiko .order, iu. terms o! tho loterAllied time, of-co'jrsEv. For trautponailou In outline It be said thai the Am- is at of ibc whole trouble erifaai win central the today, and ihU is iruc vt' military. system, or tie- main portion of ft, that running frJoi Pagra nicies sta- tion, ou tlie frontier, TO and Including the rkh iwwer having mtlfciry forvos- in Siberia, in-t this general coiuumUM" U to be Kns- sfau. Vnder ilils will ho an Allied board ef an altkd for paipose cf tary over tho II Tiio j s to In ;ll HE" the withdrawal of AlrUJ if. 1raS? to aiiy -uiportnut extent- Jej'peniio tiausporuttou rrofc- f ro-.vn tbat ot lie Allied ReJ liss (ouud it ne- cessary to send in elothiug for. the rail- way cinrtoyw ot tiie ill a'-i.l w.ul because they act (or ruaiiy mouths and could purvtase riolliinr, Sable reports have deul: with the- relief activities alike, Vp to the ureseot ii has tiot been to maintain ilcd supply u The Bcsl Couph Syrup Is Home-made H MiT 7ft teTf bwl doaxb II'.EK. U'r >C'U to 100 versts. From Ctiua to Vladivostok the Is a track. There '.YJS a projeci to douhleiraca it. and the work was actually undert-aheu in 1915, but this. liae many other enierpriscs. cut short liy tfcc revolutjnn. Tartous each unSer its oT-m directorate, bare a coatral oltioj in Your Grocer sells it. Costs no mbre than the ordinary kinds. exclusively from the ingredients E.W.G1LLETTCO. LTD. TORONTO, CANADA Winnipeg Montreal i by (he outcry in tho countr f over their travelli CAPHTOWX, :Mai-oh --The who wt to go tu F'aris lo dcmand.% lor South Atrican republic ieforo tlio j neaco conference and whtcli accepted 1 EMBARGO TO NEW YORK reaching government E. >lapler, grain arid stock Petrograd. Tlit Chinese Eastern, fjr knowu la business and society bus ite head office iu Harbtn, and ouo ot Uie he-st and has Chinese representatives on its- ---------J or none r prompt Ij n -liie Panes: Co., Toronto, Oat 'Children Love Cascarets" keep your IHUe Pets healthy, strong and full of pby by turmless candy Cascaret attKc first stjn feverish.breath, sour sttSnach'of a dsa straightens up a >TDirhgistef liloe these ful cathartic ten'cenis" a aoard. The head oHice oi tho Trans- Baikal is at Irkutsk, that cf tho Omsk railway at Omsk, and to on. Trains run from oae line iho oiher. but the staffs change at the bonier lines. golf ers in I'uc nonhivest, tound tawa from Ixindon shows tbat the ex- tensive precautionary measures taten to build up (he ,fooil veservc Avhich was vital to tbo allied cause as a counter-move to the menace of the German submarine were so eucccsslul that tliero art, temporarily, ovring to the sudden ending of the war, consid- erable surpluses of some classes of Great Railway (but suiuMti hinted" at. He leaves I foods. In reply to an inquiry as to the In days Uic Trans-Siberian a ividow Eind twa children. Ho was j disposing the Canad- one jue- srea; railways years old and the St. Panl manager i bean crop In. Europe. II was slat- world, boasting the double- of Chades B- Lowls grain ed that the supply iu Great Britain was track nilleaga in the world, and the ajid oomiL'Ission' 'brokers. NO moet Ixixurious jKissenger It irreeularity iu the accounts-of the is interesting to recall tlie j LWis company bavc been found. CHICAGO, >Urch railroad" 11 the offer of ou iho British iudministration today nu cm- f MlDOrra, Trhen seameu on the I largo fin shipments of ljulk domestic regular liners to carry them. ?rnin to Xtw York harbor points. have now revised their decision. U Exceptions may be made by thy is believed that Umy inipresocil Erelghi ci i u O t-____ dead at'his home hers last night by his wife. A bullet from a pistol liad entered his month and parsed through The toronor said he ivould re.turn a verdict of accidental death, but f :ven i if it has lung-inssed-iivto that there Siber-! enough for. three years. Tbe demand for tonnage to move, the allied grain crops la so great that tho royal commission does not End it advisable to ships long distaiices to carry traffic from fwa cars, ith irben the revolution tar-' as all other in the coua-j normal UEO It is rather a remarkable fact! The line is filled with, traffic, nawt Iy military. By through two oneiiaH inch bard iu their ceil door and flvt? mn- leave nothing for the bars of an-Inch square, ivro pris-' commerce.': jxjners made their froc jail'jit Brantford, Ont. Now as Guarantee of cup of Coffees? In I Z pound the been, ground, or fine ground, for frt tcojtlet: "Perfect Coffw CHASE SANBORN -Perfectly It'sfrw. V10MTKEAL Uiat tlie Russian often starring and without clothing; ijibsr iKJaia- luruugh- all this trouble period, aiid carped on'at least coxae sort oi a service.oa the transportation. problom is eas-, ilr tmderatood toy tho tridst casual vls- il.pr, .Tho is strenni with heapa of goods, ed during the war Cor mHilary purpos- es, machinery, tarhed v.lre, foodstuffs, munitions, crated motor "trucks, every Every station, is blocked i goods that cannot be moved sirn-' pty because are no locomotives powerful enough to b.iiii full There is alirays a long waUins list of shippers. Fortunalefy there is no lack of luc! in the country- International Intrigues have also played a part in tho demoralization of the railways, and HID work oi Sb- mienov's in holdlog tiji trains' and commandcerins suppllea have conceivable hind of supplies, T be re s greatly lilortere-1 tho work of Irons- TOiKlOTHERS! While all children detestf-caslor oil, calomel, pilli laxiuves, they really love to take they taste like candy. _Cascarets "work" the nasty fcile, jour fomentations and constipi- tion pofcbn from thacMd's lentteisionnch, liver and boweis without pain ur gripinj. never disappoint the worried mother. Each ten cent tox cf Cascarels contains directions for children aged one year old and upsvards 33 weil as for absolutely sjfs and bwmJcss! of a U-jssians siy that agents certain foreign are also trying to Elir up strilica 'iicd Agitation tire 'Whole streets of thejse r.ccuraula- tions, nilteges them, representing laauy millkras dollara. Borne of tie leaps tare town there since 1915, i anVong tho railway they are goods needed urgently on Iho easterir-not anxious to sec coatrolot the ays- Trent, many thousands of tniios iiass to loo Americans. Some but useless for lack of rail railway 'ieatls claim that they tatlon. Some of the goods have been produce ''cvItlcncQ' to rescued by the ne-x RuKisn BOTern- prore their statcmfinis in Ibis regard. meat for the use of the Alfred but lii'J most of them are still memo-'] ments to the collapse of a nighty j way syfiljeni. The Russian freight cars, small, bos-' like affaire, are most part out of The majority of those sur- viving, have -been tumid. inlr> living (joartcrs for tho poldtcrs and refugees, At every junctloc In Siberia may Tbc bridges the Ifac ivhfcll were havo now been repaired and arc again in use. From Vladivostok it ia pos- Hinlo to cara ol the American type, but with great difficulty, and a state of affairs only too prevalent in modern Russia, ihrotigh the of much Influence ;md conEiJerabid tax linos of but.dreUs but A Modern Shoe Hospital Don't ihrow away yohr old shoes. Give them new, lease on life, another chance to serve you. v Just IXCHM tho heels ran don n tlie conwrs or the solca are down lo llssmMhlclmesa, clocsn'l mcrna tiat.their .poisiblljllea eiliattstctl., inil we will itunr more months' ot ecrrlcc. We'll call for yiwr and send rlgM and comfortable J. FRANK MILES S1I Av Phoae 1717 beyond that Is no guarantee of progress, ihe Trans-Iialkal Une is full np. Cars aro often delayed at Manchuria for many months. For inoro lhan a year the American corps of engineers, under Major Stevtma, Rent out lo Siberia.at tho request gorcrn- raent, have been marking- time here, unable to Interfere in the railway .problem .owing to International com- 'plications. With Iho slgnhSg ol tHe Interallied agrctmont It Is now likely jthat this corpj will play a large part in renovatins the Siberian transporta- tion system. r Tn a ramsiiachlu ''godovn" ooar Iho waterfront once their crates, two great motor ton- signejJ by an American firm lo the Huttftan government in tj'witfiera Rus- sia, and doted From Russian railway officials some slatisllcs have been cbtatnlrl aa to jthe present condition of the railways. On the TrattR'Halkat'.IIno' thcra-'aro j present BOBIC American 'care, trut, due lo deplorable work- ing conditionB of the three yearn, SO per cent, of tho locomotives are out of jiervlcft, either completely worn out or In bad need of Tc'palre, r Farther, iho locomotives of (he light Russian type aro not power'ul to draw .a full [rain of American care, as the latter aro much larger and heavier (than the KussUa type, U Is saM b? RunriaaVngEnesrs thftt tirt cause damage lo the RUR- ,railways, dcBlgned lW mnch lighter traffic, go tbal it modern foljiiif he a rftjlta'] "rcpowat of rofibcd, Stop The Leaks PUT your plumbing in order a means of safety, as a method of sanitation, as a measure of protection. We'll'fix you cellar to room hi the house needs specialized attention, And .we have the know-how and the wherewith that means 100% efficiency. with us. Years of practical experience en- ables us to evade the pit falls of doubtful practice. Our and science are at your service, PLUMBING, HEATING AND GAS FITTING a Gmo, S18 4th Avtmu S. ;