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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - March 9, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE l^VELVR THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD GOVT. ILL ACT IF NEWSPRINT CUT OFF jManufacturcre ThrcatMi to Slop Supply After Monday-Ordered to Produce It poUtlcnl pressure broncht to bear by the CBUadliiij newapinior?. "At tUc aatno tlmo the Bovcrnmcnt. is threAtcnttiK the niannfaciturers wltli action throiiBh the department o( jus-tipo unless ihoy supply the fanudlnn ttcw�pappr publishers with paper on what the iimnllfachirers rcKni�l �3 im-pqsslble conditions. � "Tke manufucturors feel that . D. D, and did act feel Immediately that .wonderfully calm, cool sensation that comes when the Itch is taken away. This soothing wash penetrates the pores, gives instant relief trom the most distressing akin diseases.--J. D. Higinbotham & Co., UH., druggists.^-Advertisement. D. D. D. � Farm machinery in recent years has ; playetl a very important role in crop production, and this years its place in farm operations is more important 1 than ever before. The proper amount j and kind of tools will enable the farm-I er to work more land and obtain l)ei-j tor returns. In fact, the increased use ot farm machinery frequently makes it possible to manage the farm with : less help. One of the greatest causes I of deteriorkitfcu of farm tools and I ijnplements ia their exposure to th.; \ �'.eather vind '.he fallun- upon the par; > of the fnm-.nr or laborer to clean them ! ;)roperly before they are put tiw-ay f.ir j the season \vhen they are not in ac- tlve use. There is a wide variation in Uhe length of life ot those farm imple-l ments treated properly ami those left ; to rust out in the fi�lds. This differ-1 ence is sufficient to pay- liigh interest ! on the initial coat of good farm ma-1 chinery. The lack of proper storage j and care during the winter months is j responsible for "Inuch of the deprecia-' tion. This season also is the best time in which to fopair machines and put theih in proper mechanical conditiot). i The farmer has overythiiig-to gain 1 and nothing to lose by placing.his ord-i er as early as possible for new uia-I chines and repair parts which will be needed next sea,son. If this fact i.s true in normal times, its ISiportance Is magnified many times' nowi-^that shipments frequently- Teqiilre^ilonger ; tipie. / i The farmer ha& been advised times ! without number concerning the desir-, ability of overhauling farm tools and implements during the slack season. Whether such a-.Svice la necessary or ! whether it :a acted upon in normal t'.iiies is not .i question to be considered now. The need tor ample machinery, running smoothly and without breakdowns in 1918, Is more important to the farmer than ever before. To this end steps should be tak-eu this winter. IN' ord�r to glva aomft rccogtiltlon to men who htin done 1w much to build up l\m fln� record ot efll-rienry. the CaoRdlun Pacific has de-�'ide> pessimist."?. -No." says the C. P. R., witli Rud.vard Kipling. "All unseen, Rowaoce brings up the 9:l.i.'' It has, therefore, been decided to name certain ot the (iiuadian,Pacific locomotives after the engineers, who by meritorious conduct or by acts of apeclal bravery have, In the opinion f the management, earned tlie right tnelled, when the C. P. R.ip; winter did.sometimes have slides, wa^ .said to.-ljo'able to smell a slid* ten miles away; Willis Armstrong, another morintatn man with eyes that hardly needed the headlight to see through l^e dark canyons, and Dan Murph.r, of thrlbe than ever In work well done. Montreal, Mar. 0.-A member of the nctivo militia Ja exempt tfoin being called up under tho Military Service Act, so Jtv. Justice Wfllr ruled yesterday In the case of Imurent Major, a baker, who clamed exemption bucauao he has been in tho 65tli regiment horo during the last throe years. Will Be Appealed Ottawa, Ont., March 9. - No doubt Is felt in this city that the decision o� Judge Weir in tho Laurent Major case will be appealed should tho facts bo-as reported. The case was ono ot a claim tor exemption from military servico. Laurent Major, a Montreal bakor, clnlnted that Uc was exempt on tho ground that ho had beon in a militia Unit'for tltreo years. Judge AVoIr Is reported'to have upheld this conneotiou. LONE SAMMIE SENTRY DROVE OFF 40 HUNS With the American Army in Franco, JIar. 7.-A lono American sentry this morning ntlncked'an enemy patrol of about forty men, some.ot whom hait stealthily entered an advanced American trench. He drove them off, killing the leader nnd wounding otherH. The first rojiorts ot tho encounter were that another raid had taken place, and all along the Hue details were being awaited eagerly. BuW investigation showed that one,'American started what tliere was confildered quite an offensive. Tho naino ot this man Is mentioned in ait reports of the affair, and he has been congratulated heartly by his officers and comrades tor courage. ANCHOR-DONALDSON UNE POPULAR SERVICE Canada to Glasgow For full Information apply to Agents or Company's Office, 270 Main St., / Winnipeg, Tlie casket manulacturers announced an advance of 10 per cent. In their prices, making tho coffin cost 50 per cent, above peace times. drink Coca Cola 5c a bottle At your dealers or we deliver a ^ . Case of � 24 half-pint Bottles To Any Part of tht city for $1.00 (B�ttl�8 to be rMuirned when mpty,) Sole Bottling A�ants for Leth-. ^ brido* Ofitriet. Purity ^Bottling Works Corner 4th Avenue & 4th St, 8, . PhowlSfil Few Drops on a Corn or Callus Instantly atepa pain and thay ' lift right oN with finger*. ThU tiny bottle holdi the wonder of wonders. It contains an almost magical drug called freezoue. It is a compound made from, ether. Apply a few drtJlis of this freezoue upon a tend-I er, aching corn or a hard' j ened callus. Instantly the : soreness disappears and ' shortly you will find the ' corn or callus so shriveled and loose that you just lift jjt off with the fingers. U i doesn't hurt one partlcje..: i Xo\i feel no pain or Borenfeas wh^n applying frcezone or afterwards. It i daesB'c even irt'ltiat^ th^ i sWln. ! Jiisf ask In any , drug I store for a small bottle;of jt'raesone. This -wlU cost ;but a tovf cents but will I positively rid 'your poor, j Buffering , feet of ove'ry i hard corn, soft corn, or _ ! corn between tho tocH, or the tough I calluseR on bottom ot feet. Women! Keep a tiny bottle on tho droBsei- and never lot a corn ache twice.-AUyertlBcmcttt, � �  s> >  - o '> THE RELATIONSHIP, OF " ^ �  � t> . In those days when ^very ,�cr�p of food is worth its wefght^n,gold the several'hundred po^hda more weight of the Holstein co'w is a'fttctor to bo reckoned with In Selecting dairy stock. In many Instances^ the, difference Iti weight will make a difference In price paid by tho butcher autficiently largo to pay tho difference between tiio initial cost of a pure bred Holstein and a "scrub."  ^ Hillqutt, defeated Socialist candidate for the New York mayoralty, is urged to ralso an army ot Socialists to aid tho Slates. As Age Advances the Liver Requires Small Pm, Smstl Dose, SnistI Price But Greit m its Good Work occaaloaal alight atimuiatioa. CARTER'S lilTTLE LIVER PILLS correct CONSTIPATION r^\^JI^m m A* Pal� Vm^mm tiaually indlcata tha abacMc of Iron la Colorlew or rale races the Wood. p-ii_�4i;^-pjll^ a condition -which will be grcaUy helped by V^artei! lironrUIS TO AI*PREHENO DESERTERS ,.New York, March it.-Arrangementis IjbetweeiV British and Canadian agents and thfe United States: authorities to apprehend desorters from the British and Canadian military forces and to punish "undesirables" who Impose  on American hospitality, was announced here today. ,  . ! INCREASED EARNINGS . Winnipeg, March 9.-W. P. Rlloy, president of tho; A. Macdonald Company; Limited, reports. thaT tho net earnings of tho company for tho last I year were $283,07(1, a^ gain ot $04,000 over 1916. During 1017 the company bought out the wholesale businoss in Vancouver of the Leeson, Dlcklo and Gross Company. aspects. Under the demands of tho newer democracy public education "-ihust serve the whole people aud all the people In accordance with their sever-al needs; in the engagement pi liberty, and the pursuit of happiness, as ,well as' in the preparation for, the intelligent and ettecttve dlscbafge of thfrdut ies of' cltUehship. The newer dpmoe vaw will also demand that educittlon be free to work out Its nniverwlly de-Blgn�d end. It must be widened to Incorporate evei-ything man touches and every man that touches, anything, ;We have degraded education' ii) ui)'r{pwlng it down 80 as to cover a few iOt the choicest and more retlned occutkatlons ot lite, in which but a snVall fraction of the race can parllelpato. The remit has been the tosterlnBt of a clagii dls-tlnction, tho blight of any ango, j^'Just a bunch of navvies" waa the contempt-uouH comment ot a colloge profasfldu-to a frlond'a,Inquiry. Wo submit. thftV the navvy wlfo ha� caught the divinity ot his task uud who Ho^Hs to'yertorw Toronto, Mar, !l.-Ontario's mineral production during 1917 marks high water point in tho record of the mineral industry of the provinijfe. The total amounted t'o $71,000,292, an increase ot $5,757,120; compared with 1916. A notable fact In connection with the returns from 1917 is that while metallic mineral production showed an increase of but $1,840,000, made possible by a $3,500,000 Jump in tho value .ot the nickit* outpti't, which more than balances a reductl9n lu gold and copper, there being a Jump of nearly $4,-OOO.Opu in the value of uon-metalllc minerals. . The: value of Ontario's arsenic production was more tlian trebled, owing to the increased vnluu ot arsenic in the vorld'K market. The production of pyrites was doubled ar^jl the value of tile output trebled. $ PROMINENT BANKER DEAD Toronto. Marcli fl.-Douglas Cilass, who was prominent in banking circles until his rotlremcnt from the staff ot tho Bank ot Montreal, ten years ago, died from heart disesuio, lato last night at hif* home hero. He is survived by a \ylfo and one daughter, residing in Montreal. HOG PRODUCTION It is a matter of the greatest importance that Canada should increase her production of BACON HOGS and other live stock as there is at present a world-wide shortage of meat.'- Good markets for some time to come are assured. THE CANADIAN BANK OF COMliERCE will, gladly make loans to/assist fairmerB in good standing to acquire live stocks �311 Lethbridge Branch- R.T Brymei^ M THE STANDARD BAUK In the future Medicine, Hat netnll SlerchantH As.spclation will pass upon all demands mado upon merchants for contributions to different causes. ____ / T OULD YOU risk a postage stamp to learn more about coffee?" SEAL BRAHD COFFEE QridKowtoinakeit? Ho'wtc>e^ualv .r AmericaV most famous clteff?, Our booklet VPtrfectGoffee-Perfectly;/Made'\.tells you. . It's ftae., WrUe for it. i9� CHASE & SANBORN MONTREAL OF CANADA / '..II - '..... HEAD orrice toronjo' Your surplus earnings in our Savings Dcpartnaent earn inter- (ST D laia est at current rate. J, G. SCOTT. Mitnager, � � G. F. BLETCHER, Manager, � ' � D. A. CURRIE, Ac0sltths your' housekeeping money in the Union Bank of Canada, and issuing Clieques for your expenditures. You avoid the risk w keeping a considerable ^um in yourfhome or .carrying It when shopping, �nd each Clipque, whori'cashfd, becomes a Receipt LETH8RIDQE BRANCH    F. W, NICHOLSON; Manager CAROaTOj^BI^ANCH^     F. V. Caveri, Managtr BARONS QRANCH- > V  * f Blaokwood. Managar 3176 01783 ;