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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - March 8, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta FRIDAY. MARai 8. .1.918.*^ THE LETHBIilDGE, DAILY HERALD PAGE KING Honmv Law Makes Some Obser vKtiona on the War Situation in tiie House of CommoiiB; --- . I London, Mw, 8.-In lil8 address to the houso of uomidons yesterday, An drew Boaar Law, the chnncollor of tha uicclioQuar, 8pe�klDK ot tho intlitarr �itutttloii, laid tiv^i-. tho dropplni out cf nuitsia -deeply affected every Uieatre of w�f exoopt'that In' tho'Oer-' itittii colonlOBo out of which the Qer-mattfl'had been drif^en. The only malnlng force In the field was one of two thousand,, of which on'y 200 were filernians, ncW wanflertng In Portugese Bast Afrlcfi. -  -  ' Rumania, through the failure of � HubsIr, tho chancellor pointed out, had been put Into;,* pbaltlon little less than traglCiAt'present, he said, peace riegof atlons wepe proceeding {jpt^een the central powors and 4' o    if         COURT ENQUIRY OPENS Ottawa, March 8.-The court of Inquiry Into certain com-plBlnts with respect to nccom-niodatlon and discipline on transports returning to Canada win begin taking evidence In Ottawa next Monday morning at militia headquarters. Tha sittings will be, held In private, the general public and press not being admitted, but It is uti-derstood^ that statements with regard to the proceedings will be Issued...... - FEFARM Rumania arid ft would not be rtght to go further than to rolterafo^ho sympathy felt for tho,-ttumahlan';peDplo and tho regret that con(^ltlonB, absolntely beyond the control of the allies' rendered It Impossible to go to her nBBlstanoe.,, ,-1 RefefVlng to Mieopotamla, and Vki-stlne, the chancellor said he doubted whetnor U eVc? hatl been ptjsslble to carry. out decisive operations by, "means of trflpps'tl-aftafcrrcd'by sea. "When we Jhad-Bi^fflclent tonnage to move troops" by''sett, "the-chancellor continued, "we did not havo^a sufficient number ot trained troops to move, and how the tonnage position has made lt.lmpQ8s!ble.tP.move very large forces- ln^tbat.way.'.', These operations, however, the chancellor eontendad; had resulted In a degree ot aucoess-. of which tha country could feel proud and ot which the capture of Jcirusalem was the culmination. That ^y^nt was not the end but he aoultt- no^: say .what the plans wore for the fUtuTfe.  What beeupatloh Maant '' in his remarks about the Saloaiki cector, the chancellor said it was^ot dlttlqult to Jujitify. the SalpnIHI expedition ; but for the' position the ' allies were now holding Constantlne would BtiU be on the throne of Greece and thewh.ole country overrun by the Germans, iwho have been able to control he Balkans from all sides. This would iiBvo been a great accession ot dlrenpth, he pointed out, while the (Jreek harbors would also have been at the disposal of enemy submiirinea ami ^t would Ijave beoii almost Im-jioBBlble to keep up communications with the east. . ''yi Turning to the we^t, Mr. Bonar.~ijaw said Jt'mlghl have been oxpected that but Tor thBnftu(t�Iair''co!lapsf the-jyar: would have been over a year ago In .'avor of'the allies,- What had happened In Rujisia,was a/,terrible blow to ,ho allies,' but. hei asked that It be looked at' for a- nio>.ment from tho Oer-ynau polht'bf vieiw.. When the war iiroke.'out. his pontimied, Russia was .nllltSrIly the 'strongest enemy Ger-hiany had'to face. Russia had dropped �>ut, but despite this Germany was not j.. step - neartr'thfj^ victory for .which she was lodkli^'g, '. As tq Russia hcrselC, the chancellor (bought that-trora every point ot view there was; lustlflqatlou In thinking Jiat Germany jjqujd- not be able to KxplolAt l�eri�; The way Germany ifas iroatliig hefii he contended. It -would-not full tp create an Intense feeling of hostility throughout the Russian smplr^.^ '}..;�' '.;fx'''';' � ' ' ^ NEW SECTION ROOSTERS' HEADS LIKELYIOFALl FREELY IN COURT Cliinese Population Throng lite Court Room-rFactional Quarrel Cause of Trouble Montreal, March 8-The metal in-lorcsts held a ieip|rate meeting In the Windsor Hoter yaaterday and decided to organlMi B^^l and Iron section of 'the Cfiiadlan niliiing institute. what was being done In the east where they expected great results to be ob tallied through getting the people to have before them the Ideal of provid Irtg their-own breadstuff�. , The problems In the west, he said, were labor, power and seed. Power and seed had been provided for but the most difficult problem was labor. Men were needed for military service In the very worst way and thejr were needed for production In the very worst way. They were Irreconcilable but they 'would hftve to be faced and the labor problem was Intensified by reason ot .the fact that little farm help would be vallable either from tho States or >Batern Canada. He alluded to what was being, done In Saskatchewan In regard to enlisting the people of the towns and village for farm help and also^ getting the co-operation of the employers In the large cities. � This was absolutely the only source he said they had available in the west and soma effort should be made to-^ direct organisation In this way^ Strong measures would be ncces sary, he a-iserted, to Induce the breaking of more land In 1918 tor cropping in 191l>, What these measures were he was hot at liberty to state but when a decision bad been arrived at It would be communicated to the provincial governments. in answer to Hon. Duncan Marshall ho stated that a plan was In effect for getting the Indians to engage In cultivation on the reserves. However, It was found Impossible to lease the school lands for cropping. Question of Fuel Mr. Leffingwell raised the; iiueslion of fuel, referring to the situation !u the south last tall owing to the coal strike and thought that handling charges should be paid by, the government ao as to enable a store to hold a supply for the farmers. William Davis complwined ot the rtlf-flcully of getting screenings and said that the situation was worse now than before the governn^ent order.had been made. � ' �� .� Why Not Use Interns J. d. Turgeon alluded to the question of the aliens in internment camps. Air. Dunning replied that thoy could, be only used voluntarily but he added this was a question the provincial government should take up with the Do-ralnloh. Hon. ,1. R. Boyle said that he was Informed there were only 200 in camps in Alberta. The rest wera out on parole. ' v W. M. Davidson thought that the Dominion government should work-out some system by which they could guarantee bonds at the banks for the purchase of" tractors.  ~ '� �' Seed data Hon. Duncan Marshall informed the committee that there was only a demand from STOMACH RKtlEP VKNOWNr^TRV-ITl � Time {tl Plapepain will dl- g]SBttr ftomo^.'or If you hav� heartburn; that')* a sign of indlgaa^ tlon. Oet fropi y�ur phg^niMist a fifty-cent oi|a� pf .papff'g Dlapapsln and take a doae juitt � VOfln *f you eanMg l^'daohaB, dUilnaaa er lntflpt(R�^:SriBiB�. Thia will all go, and, iifiMwrthaHT will be no aour food i�ft:|lT�r in tkf tonach to pouon Tour brfSth witb niiupaoua odors, Papaff'I DtHMNtB ia a oarUln euro for 'fHt;-�f'v ovjitr iltpnacjia bevituaa ,lt Uka� b�l4 of I'oqr food tad dlgeata it f�at (btf gai^a If your atemach r R?H�M�^R^^ VlWtlaa from m\\ aten^ idrug|it>�fll.,-r daad and two 'woundad Bavar-  lana who worO'^ada'prlaoner.        � A-50 Economy Keeps the Wolf Prorn the Door ! There are certain ns^tions to-day that arc employing tlifcir riiOst eminent scientists to discover new foods that may be obtained from minerals,-b^rksjand vegetablesr-all for the sake of economy. y Drink More Cocoa! \ ItTs the most economical food drink, having a higlnly^ nourishing chatacter. The cocoa that contains the finest and most expensive cocoa beans, blended to perfection, is the gresit health-builder. "Pe r (f ^ B r an d ** Applet, fancy Wineaapa and Yallow/ Newtons, per box ....................................>2.85 Potatoea, B, C, dry and nrtealy, per 100, ... $2.65 Cauliflov�ar, per lb........................ IZJ/zc Head Lettuce, each............... W/zg and ISc Hot Heuaa Cucumbera, each ---- .......... 30c Leaf Lettuca, per lb.......... ............ 40c. Spanish Onions, per'lb, ..----............. 10c Ceeklnp Oniona, 6 for ....... ..........^25c Green Onions, 3 bunchea .................; 2Sc Carrots, Beets, Cabbages, Turnips, Parsnips at lowest market prices. Trlpure VVater, 5^Bal.,:jug�, aach.......... $1.30 Honey, Airline ..;.:.;... -BOc, 30c/ 35c :and 90c , Hpneyaprad>. per pkg....................., 40e Chill Sauce, Snidara, each .'.{............... 30e Salad Dreaaing Powder, Pure Qold, on tale, two �for ......:.......... 26c Vittuccl Virgin Olive Oil, in tin, each 20c, 45c, . and.................................... $1.50 ' Ollvaa In bulk, large Spanlah Qua'en, pinta ... 30e Brald'a Beat Tea, par^lb.'.'......... .......60c Brald'a Beat Coffee, per lb.'_,-. ..........BOc, LIbby'a Tomatee Sauce, 2 tina .............. SSc Pork A Beant, small tUe, each............ lOe Atparagua Tips, old price ........SSc diueberriet, 2 tint for...................... 4�e Peachaa, Ayli^ier Brand, No. 1 tIna, on aala thia weak,. 2 for.............................. 8�o Aprlcota, LlbJ>y't No. 1 tint, each..........�o-. Royal Ann-Cherrlet, No, 1 t'na.............20o -' Pulled Figt, extra lelected, 4 lb, boxea taeh $1,1^ Ammofila Powder, 2 pkgt. for .............. fiSa ^ Sapbllo, Z eakea for ........----............2Sci' Sweet PIcklat, In bulk, p�r pint.............30fi' Sweet Qharklna, per do�. . .j,................ 280 Kellogg's Wheat BItcults, on tata thit week lOo, Crisco, per tin .............. 40�, 60o and SlJZO Cream Cheese, fngertoll, 2 pkgt. ,----a&e Brick Cheete, per ib...............----...... 49c; Maple Sugar, 2 caket........................ 2Se Roger'! Golden Syrup, quart tealert, on iaale thla; ............,................... 400 -week Qliiger Marmalade........................ Bramble Jelly..................................'� Chill Con Came Sauoe, per tin ---- Sweet Potatoes, per tin............-------...... Punch Sauct, 2 for.................. Shaving Sticks, this week, 3 for--------... Quick Pudding, assorted flavor, 2 for....... Dutch Tea Rusks, pkg. Cream^MIxed Candy, pe.r Ih................ Tea, Donaico, ZYx lb. pkgt, ........... Sardines, Crossed Fish, each Trout, Deep Sea, 2 tint for ;  r - 3Sa 36c . isi? . 28o . 4Sc . tSc'-' , 20^ . 20c . $1,20 .25c . 4�o LOOK UP YOUR STOCK OF SOAP Manufacturers claim soap will soon ba^scll' Ing at,' ' 2 cakes'for...........,. 25c PROTECT VOURSELP NOW KERR & CO. family Grocers and Provision Merchants Phones 1453 and 1365 313 Fiftk StrMt SeatV; Custom Tailored, Perfect Fitting Glotkes omen Qijlir expert (Jesigiiier Iftd cutjtei' will riiake yp^ a^^tyljsh, faultlessly fjtjjiiig costurne. Big rani^ of new 'nat��''als ' ^ i^fiir-selection. We "M^^ffll; the famous Ihi^ii QuaUty Braad * M eii of Choice range English \ Woollens 200, samples - cut and made to suit V yod-^to jhi^ke the mostofryour.^i-indi-viduality.o�^^{>. likes the style V and the wear can get out of' them. . Let the Boy de; cide-hekbowi |>e well drtsaad^tiibljr so sinc# avr cnitom made fan^ents cost ho more'thabfthr ready made kind. 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