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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - March 9, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE TWELVE THE LKTHBRIDf.K DAILY HERALD SATURDAY, MARCH (), 1018 GOVT. ILL ACT IF NEWSPRINT CUT OFF Manufacturers Threaten to Stop Supply After Monday-Ordered to Produce It political pressure brought to bear by tho Canadian newspaper;-. "At tho sumo time the jtuvi'nimriii is threatening: the manufacturers with action throuph the department ni justice unless they supply tin* Canadian newspaper publishers with paper nr. what the manufacturers regard as im-possible i outfit ions. "The mamu'Hcturt-rs feel that they are confronted with the alternative nf either cimipiyinjr ivi(!i the govern men;'s. demands :ii the ,tr.i%est r^k of ruinlnp their business, or of stopping the Canadian supply alnijrf.in'r. Heroes Of The Road GAN'T CALL UP A Ottawa, Mar. 9.-Any proceedings on the part of newsprint manufacturers to cut off the supply of newsprint paper will, it is intimated be met by government action. While official notification of such intention by manufacturers has not been received, it is understoon the threat to close down supplies r.f-ter Monday already has been referred to the acting minister of finance with a view to early action by the department of justice if considered necessary. Situation Serious Montreal. Mar. !\ - The Times publishes a special It-mi Ottawa as follows: "The situation in the Canadian newsprint industry is mo:-i critical. "Tito Ottawa, ^.oveni'iien; has rem.--ed the petition of ij-.e newsprint manufacturers to bo allowed an appeal ;o the supreme eourt from the ruling of CommisMoner I'ringlo. It is impossibi" not to conclude that the government has heeti influenced to this refusal by FORECLOSE ON T E! Financial dispatch S;. Thomas. Ot.l.. Mat' � '�-SpcakiiKi her- last ni.shi before -t larao audience ; on ihe nationalisation of railroads. I .Mayer Church of Toronto. contended ! that tlio people of Canada stood in rc-j lationshi]) to the Grand Trunk. Grand Trunk Pacific and Canadian Northern railways of a first uiortRURe e and that the failur* of the railroads to fulfill i their obligations was ground for fore-' closure and the people should \i\y '� nothing for tho line's. 1ST and ALL'S WELL when you use A glass of this bubbling tonic is like a shaft of inner sunshine. Gloom or a grouch cannot live in the same body with it. AT ALL DRUGGISTS ABBEY'S VITA TABLETS -For Nervous People-50 Cents a Box Amsterdam. Mar. !>.-Commenting on ; the- treaty with iiumania. the Berlin; Tageblatr says that the quadruple alli-t anct> has taken ;he stand that, the j sarabian question must he settled he-i tween Rumania and Russia, but that the alliance has already intimated that the union of Bessarabia with Rumania would receive its approval.  � Rumania, adds the newspaper, must herself" win and hold Bessarabia and may keep a sufficient number of troops, mobilised until she has conquered Bessarabia and arranged for its protection against the hMpsians. MILLIONS DIE Every year from Conitimptioii, 5T:!.'ion3 couid have been saved it ou'y- common sense prevention had been used in t!ie first stage. If YOU. AES a Sufferer ixom Asthma, Broa-chitlj, Catarrh, r.euriav, Weak LnnEf, ConSh.atd Coiai-all Di#-easts lending up to Consumption- Tuberculojis, YOU ABE interested itt Dr. Strandgard'a X. B. Medicine. Write for Testimonials aad Booklet. SB. STBAJTOGABIVS MEDICIKE CO. �63-365 Ton* BteMt, Toronto. Wash That Itch Away There is absolutely no sufferer from eczema who ever used the simple wash U. D. D. and did not feel immediately that .wonderfully cairn, cool sensation that comes when the itch is taken away. This soothing wash penetrates the pores, gives instant relief from the most distressing skin diseases.-J. D. Higinbothani & Co.. Ltd., druggists.-Advertisement. D. D. D. ANCHOR-DONALDSON LINE POPULAR SERVICE Canada to Glasgow For full information apply to Agents or Company's Office, 270 Main St., Winnipeg. LOOK AFTER FARM TOOLS --------- i Now Is the Time to Ptit Evary Farm-i ing Utensii in Working Order. j farm machine:';." in recent years has, ; played a very important role in crop' ' production, and this years its place in', ' farm operations is more important f than ever before. The proper amount | and kind of tools will enable the fa nr.-1 cr to work more land and obtain hei-; t-r returns. In fact. Itie increased use' of farm machinery frequently makes i it possible to manage the farm with j less help. One of the greatest causes ' of deteriorate u of farm tools and' implements is their exposure to :h.:; ' oafher -i; 1 the failure upon .'he ;r: � of the fnrti'i r or laborer to clean them I prorerly be'jie they are put tiway fir' the season wiien they are not in yr-j tire use. There is a wide variation in j the length of life ot those farm huple-j menfs treated properly and those left j to rust out in the fields. This differ-1 ence is sufficient to pay high interest j on the initial cost of good farm ma-  rhiiiery. The lack of proper storage! and care during the -winter months is ! responsible for "huich of the deprecia-j tion. This season also is the best time | I in which to repair machines and put them in proper mechanical condition. The farmer has everything to gain and nothing to lose by placing his order as early as possible for new ma-) chines and repair parts which will he needed no.?.i season. If this fact, is'. true in normal times, its importance is magnified many times now that j shipments frequently -require longer t time. / I The fanner has been advised times j '-without number concerning the desiv-j ability ui overhauling farm tools and ; implement-.� during the slack season.1 Whether stu ft a:t\ ice is necessary or whether it :s acted upon in normal : . li-'tes is not .� question to be cons hi- j ered now. The need for ample ma-j chiuery. running smoothly and witli-j out breakdowns in 191S. is more important to the farmer than ever before. To this end steps should be taken this winter. IN order to give aome recognition to men who bate done so much to build tip iim fin* word of efficiency, the Canadian I'nclfic has decide^ on a new policy which should nttraet wide int�re�l. Hitherto on  his continent railway locomotives have been identified by numbers only --a practise which has pre\�iled elsewhere except on certain English railways. On tiie Great ICastern, for in-Htaiti-e. one famous engine wbs called K.tev *h?. chtiirtilTrtH *cf urtiiiimnv '�Claud Hamilton." .On the Great Western Katlway. the shield over the Ijreat driving wheel carries a distinctive name-thus the giaut of (he �?tar" class is called "The Great Wear." there is a "Knight" class, in v.-hii-h the "Knight of the Garter" is conspicuous*. whi!s> ons well known en.iiue is named "King Kdwnrd." On the London and North Western Railway one of the mopt powerful locomotives it named after the Greek hero - Achilles." The Oauadlau Pacific believes that I; is not necessary to go back to ancient Greece to find the names of iis neroes. They are among its today, driving through the fierce blin-t-ards ot our Canadian winter tho freight trains laden with supplies for the Allies, or the lighter but speedier t.nssv is a factor to bo reckoned with in selecting dairy stock. In many instances the difference in weight will make a difference in price paid by the butcher sufficiently largo to pay the difference between tho initial cost of a pure bred Holstein and a 'scrub." ... llillquit, defeated Socialist, candidate for the New York mayoralty, is urged to raise an army of Socialists to aid the States. It has. therefore, be�n decided to!for otten the engineer's best r nam* certain of the Canadian Par-ifi, lo onioi ives rvn to be never heard of. am: they thpin-jin the Canadian Pacific service, with selves are the last, rc.ui to seek the iover two thousand engineers. It is limelight. Take, for instance. .Iack:iiot the intention to name every loco-Hartuey, so skillful in starting that i motive at once. , but oat." 'hose ia the passenger, does not know tho train I passenger tervi. e. and to keep each is moving till bo looks our of the win-1 name as a privilege and a reward, dow. .Jack Smith, on tiie ran between!The idea is one which should appeal and Montreal, ir- another!to every man who knows Hie value o* cl-.arCcter. In the days when'personality in good railroading. It P. R. and the Grand Trunk'appeals to the C. P^rt. b.-t-ause it will between Hifse two cities (make lor efficiency and en-enrage claimed that he n�ver ! that oprl! do rorp.s wbi. h is the key-raced, but at the same time that h was never left behind note of the whole Canadian Pacific Svstc-ai. The engineer do�s noi think -the! On ihe o: her side cf the men and of the big cfSciais .^^ -...... _____. ____ .. .... lather of the western engineers, and I are Alt. Solloway. avijlfrau who join- jenine. j.ow Assistant Grand Chief of the! ed tile C. V. K. thirty years ago and'to him Hiotheriiood. Other names may be (knows Cascade Canyon like a book; (bear on taken from those who have passed,' Lev.' Patrb-k. the safe man of the away into the land where there is no Selkirks. who in the old days before i Roger? Pass was tunnelled. wi,-en the ; C. P. R. in winter did sometimes have .Slide?, was said to be able to smelt tt (slid* fen miles away; Willis Arin-j strong, another mountain man with tlia'- bard!/ needed '.he hradio see (hrotigh the dark ran-j yoBS, and Dan Murphy, of the Crow's uerous now in another business. See- j Nest, a big man in a big locality. On ice ote day a child on the track too'tne prairies, besides such men as the Continent lot Lis locomotive merely as a malt is something almost ha roan longer need of railways-such, for in-stance, as Dave Bowker. ieet:lifted paitieularly with No. S20. wlio for Ihirtv-fonr years drove bis engine without, a black mark againet his record. -Then again there are heroes like Norman Wight, compelled by ill-health to forsake bis engine bur. pros eyes light "She's a good "ngine' >ail to a pa; sing !er tho pci arities of a new locomotive, and that lea^-on I'.e is not much in with any pooling -.ysiem. prefer In have one eiigir" at any rate aigced" to him-an engin" 'bat can almost, call his own. Were ';, know .hat his favor1.'" - rp.lr..- w. I'vfntually hear i;is own uano-. � -j.-elv he would take gr-atcr j rHe than ever in work well done. oil 'ir. an ili- rtn;; n'd As Age Advances the Liver Requires occasional alight stimulation. CARTER'S LITTLE LIVER PILLS Small Pill, Small Dose, Small Trice But Great in its Good Work correct CONSTIPATION 1__^, Vm.~m.m usually indicate the abaence of Iron in Colorless or rale r aces the . � � ^ p;11 a condition which will be greatly helped by V^BrXCr BironrUU THE RELATIONSHIP OF GENERAL EDUCATION TO THE NEWER. .IMPENDING DEMOCRACY. * * * Series Xo. 2. The Approach to the Task. In our little part of the evolving of an adequate scheme of living, we shall be wise at least not to disturb too it in that light is the gentleman to be preferred. There is a divinity that hedges the navvy about. This brings me to remark that the step to be taken in educational matters is, dii my opinion, that of a courageous scheme of "vocational educa-lion." Tiie articles following will elucidate this term and show the effect of such education on society generally as well as upon the individual who. shall be so privileged as lo receive it. Let ibis suggest to us that the approach to this important tas'.L must b  PT1 i 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. Toronto, Mar. :i.-Ontario's mineral production during 1917 marks hifrh water point in the record of the mineral industry of the province. The total amounted to if7l,i.'Sli,^i(2, an increase of often or too long the well earned rest i �>" way of an idealism worthy and yos-j $5,757.1 rx compared with 1010. A of our honored progenitors. In cduca-j sll)le rather than by a somewhat be- j notable fact in connection with the. tion. as in religion, we are suffering. I,atetl '-onventionalism. j returns from IHI7 is that while metal- indeed grieviouslv, in having taken1' It may be said liere tharthfrre them too seriously. We have errod in thought that our present syr-U taking them as final, instead of taking Ilot democratic. Canadian school sys-theni for what thev wore worth. Yet. i (enlt! are th,; most democratic in the THE CANADIAN BANK OF COMMERCE will gladly make loans to assist farmers in good standing to acquire live stock. 311 The casket manufacturer? announced an advance of 10 per cent, in their prices, making the coffin : cost 50 per cent, above peace times. world. CHAlli.ES H. BAKElt TO APPREHEND DESERTERS DRINK Coca Cola 5c a bottle At your dealers or v/e deliver a Cose of 24 half-pint Bottles To Any Part cf the City for $1.00 (Bottles to be returned when empty.) Sole Bottling Agents for Letb-bridge District. Purity Bottling Works Corner 4th Avenue & 4th St. S. v Phone 1501 Few Drops on a Corn or Callus Instantly stops pain and they lift right off with fingers. This tiny bottle holda the wonder of wonders, it contains an almost magical drug called freezoue. It is a compound made front ether. Apply a few drdfis of this freezoue upon a tender, aching com or a hard' ened callus, instantly th to the increased value of arsenic, in the world's market. The production I of pyrites was doubled ami the value ' of the output. I rebled. �.' nil your poor, ill feel of every . (J . soft corn, or ^�^L**'^ tough | od of education be apropos to our political ideal if that ideal be a, noble one. When our motives to educational I endeavor .�re moral and the designed i end of educational effort is happiness, i then terms will loose ail their uncanny j aspects. ~. L'ndcr the demands of tho newer democracy public education must serve the whole people and all the t people in accordance with their sever-, al needs; in the engagement of liberty. ' and the pursuit o; happiness as well � as in the preparation for the intelli-: i gent and effective discharge of the dut-i j j ies of citizenship. The newer democ-