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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 9, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta WEDNESDAY, MAY 9, 1917 THE LETimnroGE DAILY HEIUI.H PAGE SEVEN "John, I, .loo, act going la scrap some install new, make my workshop efficient." "Yes And what's the new "A gas ranee thit bis big capacity built Into compact that has every thins at the right height to work witbeut stooping; tiut bums the economical real'blue fiame1; tad in orea xiih tUn [root so you don't beat anj ctlce just to Eee bow It's domE." f'A multnaitl diem, Margtret." iaiited I Mrs. Nijbor has McCIirjV! Eum natural or manufactured gas. 10SB05. TOaOIlTO. ITimUPEO. sT.jomi, as., iiAMiLTort, CALOAHV, BISKATOOH, This Proposed in House of Com- mons, Hut Foster Dis- It FRENCH ABMY AEROPLANE COMES 'J'O EAKTU IN A PAKTS STBEET The pilot nf machine had a marvellous escape 'from when Ottawa; May house of com- mons spent tha day a pro- L to cut oft the supply ot stain brewers and distillers, and alter tMa was of, proceeded with the budget debate. When the house nict, E. n. Devlin, .Joeral member for Wright, moved Ibe adjournment In order lo consider ''the necessity, awing to ihe Wgh cngt of 'IvfiiK, aaJ the Imimrlaucc of conserv- ing all food products Tor Hie benefits ot tho conKumers ot Canada, Hritaln and tho empire's allies, that the gov- ernment ot Canada steps under the war raeaaures art to have the ailpply of eraiu io browtre anrt dis- tillers Immediately Mr, Devlin aaM (hat he brought this matter ui> not as a question oC prohi- bition, but simply to urge ujion the government ihe necessity of conserv- ing the grain supply o( the country for food. Sir George Footer said lhal it ivas Impossible (or tho house lo accept thc! resolution as It slood. ns U would (he effect of stopping tlio work being performed by tho distilleries TOT, ol Ihe imperial munitions board for the manufacture of explosives. In 1915 distilleries S3.2SS.9CO pounde of grain. and In 1910 slightly under OOQ.GflQ pounds. Sn 1917 there had teen ute'd pounds, and this was nlaiost entirely for purposes other than beverages. As far as the breweries were con- roriKMl. there wns a somewhat differ- ent Blary. In 1C15 Ihe breweries used over pounds of barley. Iti 91C, jioupda and hi 1917, fS.ODO.COO. Ho pointed out that llie irodULlton had greatly decreased efnce ,hc war. Ottawa, Maj- S.--Tha desirability ot [lulling a stop lo brewing distni- ing of malt and splriluous liquors Aur- inij the period of the wtir Tv'll be dis- cussed In parliament llils ifierr.oen The matter -was brought up by. E, B. Uevlin, member for Wright county, moved The adjournment of the house to consider llib necessity owing io the Men cost of living and the de- sirability of conserving food supplies llie .people ol Canada, Great Bri- tain and allied net of cutting off the supulles ol prauv supplied, to the brewers fiiiu distillers of tho Do- in Infan. Mr, Devlin said he had been proropl- rd lo. move opposition by Sir Thomas White, In .which the minister ot finance liad asked the people to confine Die use of cssenUala only. During last year, he said bushels of grain had been used by the brewers and dis- tillers who Lad mailo largo profile. To cut. oft this supply, he said, would help to cost ol living and In- crease ihe "supply ot foodstuffs able tot Great Britain and her alHea, use of brewerlps'to Iha production of bfgh eiptoslres, vlik-U lie that lu BuJHIon to the ahouN! the of grain. An ly iJits effect mtfjht be entered with allied couinrlcs. Hon. Gcgrge P. (Iratuni sail that ihf; adopllon of ths prjiiossal would jar certain private buslin-aa InicroAts, but tt would divert valunble In- to the chances for wJnnlog; of !be war, a 116 lhal Je the imtiurtauL (hlug. Dr. Michael Clark fal-J ihts waa a purely ecooomlu proposal, and if he were Burt tUal ll-i a-ioi'llon ehorten tho war Ly lo mittuteB he would support U. Hf doubled i( U would. The late spring lu Alberta would lead to tho raiting uf more bar ley and uuder the ihe government should not att rashly. W- Xortliriip that of 12 dlE- tlllere In Canada, nine are engaged In Hit iDAnufaclure of splrjla which en ter [nlo the manufacture ot high ei plosives, Sir George Foster, cm behalf of the government, sal3 the tmpefla niuuttloiis hoard is usltig j.ratllcallj all the output of distilleries In the mailing of munitions. He asserted MI IN CffltlS rxoir t'toxi Pie. Theodore Pauleon, Pto. TheoJore -wtui ed here with a KlUte re slut- sit. i.-, erted misting. ie. 1'aulson employed with the C, Jt- tixTv be- fore Pte. Hirry Chtesirian. Ano.her ivcll-tuowu figure about Lei h bridge Is in ihe la Pie. Harry who enlisied with iliu KlIlleB. lie Is rtiwtcd Elflfr Hie wife anil family of I wo lJren live in JJuIi jjlditioii. Chcesinan was an old ol tlio dly. acd u-a-s cusagcJ In fltnall contreclin? Jobs, For some lliat Canada Is Iho esiilosives u more lhaii one- til by llie Urillsh army al llie Jroat. Under these clr- (liey touJd be closed Dice io P. hall. Jic n'fl o! the S. 0. B. since April 9th. of liie K, ot jiroa'JiH-nt uieiab He has beers Pte. Pie. Norman Munro. another The breweries were using a certain amtmnt of uoi so .who lived all hi? In is reported I with woiinrt in the nock. debate do good In or the necessity of all conaicleriog the question of food supiih. The mote you know about the more part- icular you are about aroma and flavour more you will appreciate "SEAL BRAND" COFFEE. Once you have tried it, your choice will always be Chase SanbornV'SEAL BRAND" COFFEE. la %t and 2 pound llni. fine cround Tor Pejcohiors, Never sold in bulk. CHASE 4t SANBOKN, MONTREAL, A Quiet Rocm "Arc you HIP room you have to lei Is askf J ihe liiuld young mail. "Ab! Rest assured 01" said Ihe iBurtlady. "There is a singer In the neit room, ami I', must quiet or sbo couldn't practice." Conservation Is DCS of Lhe big of the twentieth century. Wo talk two brothers al Die front. for a lonj (Ime cssijtloyed llic provincial telephones. Ptf. Lawrence Allen. Pto, Archibald Lawrence Allen list- ed as wounded with punaJiut wound ;in right shoulder, enlisted here vlth 1 jtne Kilties. Lance-Corp. McCully. ia listed aa severely wounded. He cnliEitcl nvlth a mounted infantry rcKimcnl and has Iiad sinislirjt wound which is saU to lie dangerous. Ho formerly livM at 1W tth AVC. N. His aud Ihrec children "are now residing at crude inem into coinions quite glibly about Iho con.-iervallOQ of our natural resources; we mean, of course, our timber, mineral and tan'J Our phenomenal natural as- setfl would be of little value; Uowercr, If It were not for a race of honest. Industrious men onnd women, who by their Ingenuity and enterprise, take things In (heir state annd turn and luiurlcs for the world. "Thlugs are in, the saddle and ride mankind, they fiay." So wrote Emerson 50 years ago, anil there are critics ol the Amer- ican poeU who affirm that If ho ivcrc alhe toil ay lie would say llio same' tbing, only- with tenfold cni-1 phasis, Yctr we sec on every hand1 Ihnt the civilized world Is; lo Ibiiik more of persons anil less of properly. It the business of tho Department of Neglected Child- ren lo conserve as; tar as possible the orphans. He children of parents who are Incapable of looking after their own offspring, or' who have become criminals, In order they may haTe an opportunity to develop (nlo sturdy, and women. Unless these children-arc dten spec ial care, they'will inevlLabley be lost to socJety. The report af the Department to hind, indicates Uifit during tht year 1916, iome 9S1 dependent cMldren and He on Medicine 2cU. 1910. pte.'Chas. Ballard. Mrs. Charles Ual'lard, 2-il St. X., yoslerday received worJ that her husband, Pie. Charles Dullard had been wounded. Pie. HaHar4 cnllsled lu n LcthbrJdgc Kiltie baUalioo. BREAD AT 15c A LOAF. Broad at 15 cenls a ,loaf made its appearance on ihe Chicago market today. The leaf was larger than thai formerly sold lor 10 ceufB and the concern manufacturing it, one of the largest in Hie cily, ex- plained Ihat Its advent meant a big aving In labor and wrapping ex- house and then landed on a. tree, nnd although 1t waa completely smashed, the airman with a'few bruises. ATTEMPT TO BREAK Winnipeg STRIKE IN WINNIPEG; After much dfs- cusston at a special mcetins ol tho city council today the offer of d per cent. Incrcaso to the striking elec- trical workers was the mat- ter to be referred lo arbitration It the offer is not accepted. Jt Is. expected that a special union meet Ing will be called ibis afternoon vi I on f jilt for a discussion of (he of- fer; The execuLIrc of the electrical work- era mortified their dcmnntls loilay and ot a settlement of the RlrikfTcn an in- crease of 15.43 per cent. fer was rejected and -the amendment embodying the arbitration, clause- was passed with only Iwb dissenting voles. 1C the council's cffsr Is refused by the men Manager Glossed, .of Ihn city light and deparLmcnt. will be empowered -to cngagn new men nnd give them permanent positions on ilia staff, In place of the striking electrical put before Uio council Ilia of- j house of lords AGAIN POSTPONED. London, May eovernmenl's Elateracnt oh the Irfsh question tins been postponed "until- Thursday of next week, Karl Cunson informed the gorernment should act unrJEr pro- 560 The emphaets la placed on of the War Measures' act, H. II. of Pilnce Edwart Jal- and. In supporting the resolution advo- cated the. passage of a Dominion-wide prohibition bill as a.war measure. The resolution was supported by D. Mac- kenzie, J. H. Durnliam nnd Hugh ,0u- Ifcrte, wlio urged {Tial (lie brewers lic- enses in jirohiliiUon provinces bfe caa- celled. Edward P.roulx. E. W. Nesbltt and J. C. TurrilT cjprcssed a' fear UmL (he production of wheat In the west would be low [his year. F. W. Maclean favored the proposal. AB a represeulalivc from a prohibition province which Is endeavoring to in- crease production "would bs cnl riot Lo do so, he said, If. II. Stevens, Vancouver, saltl .that a year for prohibition be had favored the llmllatlon of the Many people thinlc theyare saving.moneyby buy- ing cheap tea, forgetting that it is not the cost per pound but the cost per cup that determines a tea's You may pey 5 or 10 cents more per pound for Red Rose Tea than (or common tea. But because Red Rose Tea is a blend, ot Assam teas with' Ceylons, consisting oJ ihe choice tender, shoots and parts of the tea plant that yield the largest amount the: finest less a required in the pot to make ihe. same number of cups. Tie cost per cup KtJ Roys Tta and common tea ij (hen (he Mme, But ihe n Jiffcrence. AnJ ihis iJislinclive end delightful fisvor and rich sirenglh is proleckti by the Red Roe T. H. ESTABROOHS Veiled package. No air, odors .or dust can in lo injure t-vtd ROM Ttt's a p Undid qutlity ind Order a package from your grecer. la only. Red Rase crushed coffee is M ftejiertusly as Ked ROM Tea and itaH easy io uake. i the "placing out system." There arc four Shelters or temporary homes in province, maintained toy the four cities. Wards of the Deparlment are deUinpd In these only for a brief time. There Is DO difficulty [a secur- ing foslcr homeE for all normal developed children. Inslilulions reduce what la known as "the insli- utional a kind of dull splrlt- es'a machine lacking [nltlElire anii trength of personality. A child devel- ps Eormally under normal conilitlons, the only normal conditions for a hild is In some KCKxl.homc. The indicates lhat uar coo- lllons have had nn elfcct upon the problem., Durl.ig tne year n of nearly 30 per cent. vaa notcil over thcr preceding year. The reasons for this are glren as fol- ws: 1. Decrease In pnrcnlSl, control ng to llio absence of'ao many fnihcrs. 2.- The fact thjit so many inslo eachers for the boya had Ihe greatest respect have joincrt the orces, ant) as a result little Individual ttentlon can la given. 3. The spirit of adventure Is in Iho air, children hcnr from friends and thrilling accounts of trench VRffaro and other excitements, ami bclr love for Imitation leads them nto many offences. Simitar or greater. Increases have ieen noted Iri1 Kngland and In oUicr countries oovi' fll'Tvnr. Whilst uoy riclinquency lins Increns ed nearly 30 per cenu, there has ueen iltght ilccrcaso In the number of girl delinquents. A great deal of rare fs taken of the latter class. In the cities, flie Children's AM provide, matrons who give them special Bupervislon. Earning Uietr own living under Iho care ol n ble sister, n grcal wsny ot them .ire saved for them selves and for society.- Them >ro Incorrigible boys nnd Ktrls wlio hare to treated in Institutions For tlie present the boya are caret] for In (Jie InduBtrlnl Training School at ForUne la Pradlc, Rnd the- girls al onn or other of Ihe Social Service Ho'ues of the Province, Arcnnltns In the report, Ihero la eded at ihe present lime In Inr province, an institution lo provide care and training for mental defect Km fin 1 n tuit-alilo Inalllutlnn for tie Itaauent! girls. Tiie Instltullon fo mental ticfccllvr-s shouM pruvlJO fo, such training ns will enable the major Hr of. tbcrn (o become practically self iiipporllng, Care of thin clise not b6 confjncii to tho children, bu alBfl to "n'omcn ti! child bearing It' la urged that an Institution foi delinquent girla provide' for thcl segregation according to ago and typfl for proper Indnslrlal A nenlsal of the booklet Indicate. tbst (ho Department has received Ihi hearty cf-uygiMfon of a numtc, of Indl.vldiufl iM soclcllos Interests tn Jhe problem of conserving, Ihi C' Of Brighten The Corner where you are by eating a food that does not clog the liver or develop poisons in the colon. Cut out heavy ments and starchy, potatoes and eat Shredded Wheat Biscuit with berries or other fruits. Try this diet for a few days and see how much better you feel. The whole wheat grain made digestible by steam-cooking, shredding and baking. Made in Canada Electricity for Everyone Everywhere THE COMPLETE ELECTRIC LIGHT AND POWER PLANT. 15.000 Satltfled Delco-LIght Gallery, thick long life. Owners of Farms, Himtv, Stem, Etc.. Boli by j R. M ELLIS 12S3 5th Ayr, A. a., I 771 OR FOR INFORMATION CALL OR PHONE The ROY ELECTRIC 518 Fourth Avenue South, Formers building new wiring elsewhere. t uc btfore contracting your BIG PRIZE CONTEST on Royal Crown Soap STARTS MAY 15th FOJR BOYS AND GIRLS (UNDER SIXTEEN YEARS ACE) v 5 Gold Filled Watches. 5 GrapliopJioncs. .5 Sterling Silver Watches, Otter Prizes; 7 TWENTY-SIX PRIZES ALTOGETHER BOYS AND WRITE NOW FOR PARTICULARS The Royal CFOMOI Soaps Ltd. CJgary Buy Now From Today's Supply Twenty Million Oranges oranges from CalifprniVi? bumper crop arc now being shipped to retailers every day. 'Buy now. Prices are not high. There are ten sizes of .Sunkist at various retail prices, and all sizes are uniformly good, thin-akinned, juicy and sweet. For health and economy cat more oranges and vegetables and meat; Give the children oranges in placeof candy. O ranges aid digestion and thus increase the efficiency of ail other AJI rcUilen hare thi> fruit in abundance at attractive prices. Uniformly Good Oranges J, w ;