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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - March 22, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta sr. FlilOAY, MARCH 22, 1018 Tin-: Uy iinnnu'm-. PAGE ELEVEN ~ _ T Good Health 1 good appetite, good spirits mean no discord in the body. To keep the organs in harmony-when there is need-use > ? * *% *% *** *S o 1 Ot/awa, Mar. HI!.---Hon. A. K. Ma Lean. acting minister of finance*, in the eonnnons this afternoon tabled tlie intimate for tho fiscal voar which be-Kins tin April I. They total fl^WM,-u'l'i, which in a decrease of $2,015,378 it*f compared with Tho fiscal year which rlnsufl on March XL Tho estimates hnrRcablc to consolidated revenue tund. total $224,33^.10**, mi increase of $22,817,813 as compared: with the current flacfll year.' On tho other hand, however, tho estimates.! eration of the Grand'-X:cunit Pacific chargeable to capital account aggre-tThe deposition tif.'i.IhiQ: loan in to bo or paying maturing loan* to the Canadian Northern railway or any company included in the C.N.H. system, to meet deficit in operation of tho C.N.R.Hand for construction, betterments and purchase of equipment. This loan is to ho .KRcured by mortgugu upon the undorlaking^of Lho O.N.K. Provision is * ItkowiHC mado for a loan not exceeding $7,�00,000 at alx per eept to rover similar expenses and obligations in connection, with thu op- CHAM'S PILLS LftTffMt SmU at Amy Madtcln* In lho World, Sold �t�t"whera. Id boxes. 25c. .m. J- r w *_ � Kal.o only $ 28,-1 "0,0 00, a decrease $1!4,S33,192. Tho proposed expenditures on public works chargeable to ineomo will bo reduced from approximately twfelvo millions to less than eight million dollars. Mail subsidies and steamship subventions will he reduced by over one million dollars. Big Reduction The bitf reduction in capital expenditures Is in oonnoction with the railways. The vole fov the approaching fscnl year totalling $2:!(::i:i,00i), which i.- a decrease of $21,oaGTf>42 a.s compared with the present year. Interest on the public debt will coat Canada during tho next fiscal year approximately $78,000,000 or an increase of $20,000,000 over the current year. Pensions T^lte amount provides for pensions to the amount of $l~>,80^6ia, an increase of $5,27�,000'. H. B. Ry. Terminals Railway votes include $1,000,01)0 for the construction of the Hudson's Bay railway terminals. Government railway votes total $18,000,001) against $31,000,000 last year. Pay Railway Liabilities Provision is made for a loan not exceeding; $ti5.000,000 repayable on demand, with interest payable half year-; ]y at tlie rate of .six per cent to meet expenditures made, o^ indebtedness Incurred, in paying interest, on securities of. subject to the direcdfp%;ot tho govern-, ment. Tho company HaVsgreedhit is stood;" Tho hjJ! then wool lo the senate. Sir Wilfrid Lauricr asked -if the government intended that the house adjourn over Waster. j Tlie premier replied tiiat the ctis-' 1 fomary recess wan proposed - -from : Wednesday at six p.m. to Tuesday. Sir Sam Hughes asked if, in vJow'j of the opening of the offensive on the, western f.ront If the government had v iare .prepared ty face .tlie worst," he 000 lo $l8tj;00'0.! �   [added. Hon. F. B. Carvell and Hon. Arthur The premier- -"1 do not think any Meighon were appointed a sub-corn- information has been -given out this mltte'e of the cabinet lo" revise the Yu- year without being first verified." kon expenditures with thti result that [ Sir Sam: "Perhaps not this year, | a considerable � reduction has been1 made. . Rapid Business Ottawa, March 22.-Within a few minutes this afternoon the house passed successively through committee of supply, committee of ways and means and gave'three j'oadfngs of a bill, and voted f2�t2Sa,000. The bill was an internal supply bill rendered necessary by the near approach of the end of the fiscal year. It covers one-sixth of the expenditure to be voted under the i main estimates. ' Hon. Charles AJrtryhy: "I shall have no objection prdvided the passing of the bill does, not preclude the striking off xit any particular item later."- '  '. $lr" Robert Borden: "That Is under- bid certainly last year/' , Sir Wilfrid Laurier asked if it was Amsterdam, Mar.; allied powers (he n 1 mining Jnlornation..1 which cannot, exis: I'J - romment-communlcH hipping, the Ah j . ;: \'s U consid* j ol vi's upon the iJ duty of main* :"iiiliy Hollann 200 orphans in the'buil'ding audit tlie lease were cancelled, they would suffer inconvenience. The lease had not been cancelled, Major General Mew burn replied. It was thought rhat the property might be needed by the.military authorities and an order had gone to Quebec to Investigate the It asserts that the �'Dutch, go vera m -:u acceded to the proposals of the a I:   s as far a� waa compatible with i(r >.'isulon as a nonbelligerent, and a.! : ; "The .ultimatuui . thus accepted in principle, but in . !.h a form as to maintain Holland". America's. unltinUf'c matter. Endeavor would be made ta [! government thereh reach an amicable arrangement before j am,e witH tlie prijj any action was taken. n 'I BRAIDS ' REST The Grocer who knows fine Teas, recommends President Wilson future peace bascl might." Tlie NJcuwe Van a singular fact( (1 and the allied have little know;* of events. It add.-"Onc would be i r.her there is so'm. is holding up repui fights as agflhist pt.'.ver. The Hutch a."ied in accord 'plesi set forth by i consideration, a upon right above ")\ Hag srty;i ft is : i. ith the Dutch �*!jn;t"';3i:; seem to .-;e of the course ! clin T f u\. to ask wha-in Uorlin wiio L 1 tit Morning Night + i1 4 4 - A -4 in sealed packages. Have you tried Bbaid's Best Coffee ? because lie is confident that every customer will enjoy its exquisite delicacy of flavor, and appreciate its unusual strength. m in Washingtoi}. Mar. L'2.~-An official I dispatch rcct'ivtid Ueff today 'from ; Switzerland reports a violent attack 'by Law Cmras�dor Lam, on'tho pan-: Germans in tlie Austrian house of : lords, '.The moderation, Lam showed Mn hijs^refcre/n-e to Alsace-Lorraine, 'he ; diapeicli salil, has provoked a serious ; contlltioti in Austria whicfi is oxtcad- ing .to Genn.'ir-y.; ' j "T^e Aiuitrian house of lords." tlie j dispatch says, "has tlujught R its f'duty*Uo mahe a m;uiifestation of-loy-j ! alty 'tbwani i.h'rmany'and ham already j �'well-known .md under suspicion fur j ills pko.il 1st iipiniou, finds himriolf tile [object of :i 'reputation.'" .IT- Eematic charge on liis If / i Otl^iwa. Mar. 'SI.- Although no offi-,"oial pateiiHMd was made by the mill-karylilepartmont afl to whether t'ana* .'dian troops arc engagoU in the battles ,; on the western front, the. opinhui is . oxpr^ssca that h- is unlikely i.hey were involved, Tin? attacks of tho Oerm^tiB ! : a,pp$ir to have entered in the Cambrai j , distriGt wiiii h is south of where the! !..banarjjan troops w�-r� s.tatlonetl. One ! I^oft'ic.er expres?�'d the c>])hniou that de- j i;�taeh'iftenls of rail way,construction and  :'.forestry troupe from Canada .might- be ! i'in th.fr. Candinii sector, but they would ' ' not he in ihe irant line. Iteturned offie-1 op state that unless the Canadians iiad suddenly changed their, front they'. ; would!' not .figure in tbe infantry fight- tng. The aifiiJery" bqinbardment aj>-;-pears(:to be over a .very;Avlde front and \ it is possible that .troops from the Do-'i j .minion are subjeoUd. to 'ii. MAK*E YOUR CLQTHEQ LAST ANOTHER SEASON. THE POLICY OF THE RATION AT PRESENT 18 TPCONSERVE. BUT THE MAN OR WOMAN WHO DISCARDS CLOTHES i^UST BECAUSE THEY ARE/SLIGHTLY SOILED OR WORN IS NOT ONLY INDULGING IN EXTRAVAGANCES BUT IS WA3TING-A THING WHICH WE ARE URGED NOT TO DO. DIG DOWN IN YOUR CEDAR CHEST. GET OUT YOUR LAST SPRING'S DRESSES, COATS, SUITS-IN FACT, YOUR ENTl6& WAROROSfe. SEND THEM DOWN TO US AND LET US RENEW THEM. WE'LL CLEAN AND REPAIR THEM FAULTLESSLY, 'AND MAKE IT UNNECESSARY FOR YOU TO SPEND MONEY FOR A NEW OUTFIT; ity 418 FIFTH ST. 3. 2 DOORS SOUTH OF 0RPHEUM THEATRE PHONE'444 '.1 -V . AtR MAN �^Qt^awa, Mar. 2� KILLED , -It is announced | through the naval department t'nat \ FiigW Officer C. C. Franklin, H.N-A.'o., of Port Jtowan, Ont, has been killed. J J % *V �> *> ? 1 i 1 URGE MOTHER' PENSIONS Edmonton, March Mrs. y- irtijrninR and presented tho ifes-%\ ol^lons ofithdSDrofeacial c([jm- 1^ p 1 lipoid i^yley and Mrs. Higin-j *> t bijUiam of Cal^nr;,' called on O-'j Premier Stewart* Thursday oltttlons of^tlie^p: \ivkM the neci'ssity of mothers' " pgesinns and erjunUly of. paryn-. _ 5; t.^:'; rontr(d as well as other 9'Xinciters of vital importance to ^ *.- ' 1 No on 1 _ Fop thelhenefit of the maay readers of this1 paper vvho have foot troubles we have arranged for the services of the foremost foot expert of The Scholl Mfg. Co., of Chicago, New York, Toronto and London, largest makers of foot comfort specialties in the world. He will give his entire attention, wholly free, to ^11 who seek his help. And no one will be under obligation to purchase anything after receiving his attention. March 30th and April 1st, 1918 Hi1 lias had wonderful aucce�s \vitii many ;var iu^tant, relief and* permanent comfort by meehrlnicu'l moans, using Dr. Scholl's wonderfully ftiicc6j|sful scientific appliances and preparations to pr6d$?o the most des]rjf1>]c reBult.s. j-, Atij, reii(iember, there In no charge whatever for this ^rvicV- You will not ho asked to buy a'singlo .tiiing;-.JSTo(ther-need Voy he a cuatomer t>! this store. Come in Early Hundreds of people-perhaps thousands- are goin^ to try to see this Scholi foot, expert hut those who come early will be more certain of his most careful anil 'thorough attention. So'do not put off your visit until the Inst minute-you may be too late then. Drop everything else, if need he, *tiud eoaie early. If you are now wearing arch supports, let him readjust thorn for you". It will cost you nothing. Bring the Children Little weaknesses in children's feer may develop into serious and painful foot ailments if allowed to progress. Let the Scholl foot expert Hee their feet aud show you how to take care of tlie little ones-and prevent possible foot troubles. Let him tell you how to select shoes for the children-how to he sure that itheir little feet will have plenty of room to grow correctly. : , Don't Let This Opportunity Slip by You This is' an opportunity that no .0110 should overlook. Jt. may mean permanent freedont from the annoyance, eidom to most of us and you ittached U/this* offer-you will the dfsco'njifoi-t^tfie puln of foot ailme|its. It is an opportunity!- that comeB but se should Ior^-Iio time in taking the fullest advantage of \[. ^liere are,po strings al not'^'he asked; to buy a*thing. So do upt hesitute to come. . ': j. k- r l ft' Co. 9 SHERLOCK BLOCK v7 1 r1 - 1. 1 j - \ i- � r, ^ � 1^ r 1 T \ - d 95 ;