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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 17, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta MAY flit DAILY HfcflALW PAGE GREAlMGNGl Bllhtt Root nfld Lord Read ing Canadian Club nt Toronto May tlrltlsh ambassador to the United States and tho Ellhu dis tinguished American wero given an reception at the Canadian Club luncheon U wait the first time In the clubs his tory that two such prominent states representing tho two great AngloSaxon had appeared on public platform In Root reminded his aud ience that he an oldtimer In To having been a young lawyer bore fortysix years ago tho American Civil he there has been a gradual of feeling among Canadians that their proper place was with tho great repub lic to 4ho rather than the old Now all that feeling has entirely he It has dispersed as your nationhood has The two United States and Can now live sldo by side In friend Our hearts are filled with pride and when we read of the superb courage and fortitude and heroism oC tho Tho slowly gathering force of our hundred million people coming up to the performance of its duty In this war is stirred up by the of yon people of the For you have the highest admira tion for your undaunted and wA ara grateful to claim your brother We he to this warrior We are ready to learn humbly from your experience and to jrofltby the inspiration of your splen did We are moving as fast as we though an peace people we moving slowly We have got half a million men in Franco now and hope to have over there by next After that we will send as many more as necessary to make victory cer tain for the Lord Rending Lord heading arrived at and received a great Root his speech to welcome him and gave the platform to Lord Read whom he called the Foch of the As Taddress you our fortunes In tho war are not exactly in the but they are being highly and said Lord Tho people of he ri had never wavered In their determm atlon to carry oii the struggle until effort with vie Wo went Into the conflict because tho dictates of honor demanded that wo should stand by thetreaties we had Lord Reading concluded by paying high tribute to tho part played in si the war by AIRMAN New May tain Antonio Silvio of the Royal Italian Flying who pollttd the 10 pns senger Capronl byplane from Washington to KeW York and hack again was killed at noon today at the Hemp atead Flying STARTLING NEW 1 May Domenlco Lo director of the blcheinical section of tho Ijlncol Academy at Is cfedltedby the Italian Scien tific Press with a discovery which will revolutionize tho treatment of explaining his dis said ho had observed that sugar had a remarkable effect on the secretions of the human Seven years of study of these pheno mena he became convinced that the secretions of saliva and bile and tho gastric and pancreatic Juices were modified profoundly by tho introduc tion of This give him the idea of applying this method to the bron chial sowretlon of The first experiments made by this method on consumptive soldiers from the front gave results far exceeding his he There was a rapid improvement in most And he obtained cures which appeared to be Lo Monaco explained that the bronchial secretion is an indispen sable medium for the existence of the tubercule bacclllae and that on an Injection of saccarose secretion the bronchial secretion diminishes and finally the baccilli disappearing with May It and some of the supplying the allien must bs diverted to carry relief Presi dent Wllcon was told by Pood Ad ministrator Hoover That the cultivated area of the West of Canada has been increased by per is the opinion of Pat BIG INCREASE IN TUX COLLECTIONS An instance of what can be done by the application of pressure in the col lection of taxes while times are pros ara the collections at the city hall during the past four In March and April this year collections slightly exceeded the as against About for the same period In Thisia an increase of 150 per During March and e monthly collections averaged about each and many people are still paying up arrears to save their prop I erty from the tax The following figures for collections for tho first four months in each of tho past five years are interesting about about about about about It will be seen that in the first four months of 1918 almost as many taxes were collected as the total during tho same period of the four previous LIBERTY LOAN May re j ports today to the treasury department 1 indicate the third liberty Loan I total had gone above four billion dol lars and might reach ASK CREATION OF May Reuters Ot tawa the bouse of com mons yesterday Hamar Greenwood drew attention to statements in the Canadian press that the Colonial of fice was responsible for I ho creation of the Order of tho British timptre and Hint the Colonial secretary had repeatedly pressed upon Sir tho Dominion premier to sub mit lists of Walter Hume tho Colonial secretary he was glad to have the opportunity of making a statement regarding the matter about which considerable mis1 apprehension appeared to Tho colonial lie wtts not con sulted on the fiuostlon of the creation of the Order of tho British which arose out of confederations which had no special reference to the Dominions of Long proceeded to say that when It was de cided to make of this order t for recognition of notable war service by civilians in Ireat Britain bo claimed that services of no less merit had beenrendered in and that 1t should possible for the premiers of the If they thought to submit names for re commendation for this honor on the same scale as Tills point was allowed and be communicated to the various governor generals tho governor of that the number of honors In each of the five classes of the order for which it was open for the premiers to make re He made it clear that within these it was entirely a matter for the discretion of the premier to put forward as many or as few names as ho chose or none at all If they so de Outhwalte asked whether making these Long had inquired from representa tives of overseas dominions of Britain whether they or their countries de sired these Long The suggestion Is one which it would be most improper for any ister to I make my communi cations to the respective governments and abide by the decisions they May bill to 1m power the government to meet maturing securities amounting to approximately was report ed in the house Itnow stands for third Division was reach ed after considerable discussiori in a discussion which was continued from minister of said it was not correct that the govern ment proposed to build branch lines where they had not been heard ofbe Beforo the war tho Canadian Northern started work on certain Settlors settled there believing that the would build tho they had promises to this Where such promises had been made by the Canadian Northern fteid thought it was the duty of the govern ment to carry them out as far as ios All that the government was doing was simply to lay rails on grad ing already WHITE IN MBLSINGFOKS NOW May commander of the entered Thursday at the head of an Exchange Telagraph from Copen hagen Until that time the eaplUl been occupied by D TIRE Toronto Tpleglam Tlie pollen have taken everyrrtfei in Ml Irish gunsmith shops as ion against the ac Quiring at afina Kvon Bel fast shops are cleared tiryan Alahou Issued a fur thetorder prohibiting public meetings and processions in Dublin until June Primate Crozier of I he general sy nod of the Irish church speaking in Dublin yesterday dealing with Home Rule and the object km to conncriptipn said Afay God In His niorcy forgive our jniisguided fellow countrymen whose abstinence from serving will ever con stitute tho darkest Mot on a dark page of Irelands KILLED IN AUTO SMASH reached the city this morning dial Private Eric son of Kvelyn and a of Brig Cencral now at been klled infin autdmObile accident at Qanan during the 18 PROROGUED May legis lature prorogued yesterday after a three weeks session and after having passed the full programme of govern jnejit PT1O those owners of stately limousines and costly touring I who want the utmost in easy safety and sustained recommend our supreme achievement in tire CORD The key principle of its construction is of of slender sinewy cords In many compact cord and each layer laid parallel one to another and each imbedded in pure rubber so they cannot separate cord and layer bringing its Individual strength to the tremendous turntotal of power and This construction makes a tirestructure and tirewall so yielding and resilient as to absorb the shock of many road There is the luxury of easy greater assurance of and freedom of puncture and the luxury of fine finally the luxury of possessing the utmost in the finest tires in the Built in the same Canadian by Canadian who make PLAIN TIRE3 DOMINION Tires arc GOOD Tires DOMINION CORD Tires are sold by the best Canadian CANADIAN CONSOLIDATED RUBBER LIMITED Manufacturers of Motor and Truck Automobile Bicycle and Motor Cycle Tires HEAD OFFICES Branches in nrVMt citiH throughoutCuta4a 126 CHILDRENS FOOTWEAR Childrens Canvas Leather and Rubber We have these in all sizes for all Anything that is right we have it and at the right Look after the feet of your Children Having them fitted where they get what is suitable t ty for their particular style This will save foot troubles in later We know How to Fit and What to Fit your family with to keep their feet I NELSON Shtrieck BwUini Third Avenue Our CleanUp Goes On Many of the lines advertised for last week are completely sold Why Because we have simply carried out what We For the present week end we are offering still greater still greater and as we ask you to see and be convinced that Hill Can Un dersell Them All 10 old values up to all clearing at 12 last years worth up to Our clearing price 40 Linen and Muslin our Clearing HALF PRICE i 12 Blue and Brown Serge priced from to Our Clearing HALF PRICE DRESSES DRESSES for DRESSES 200 pairs white and Sizes from 5 to Take your choice 25c 8 SILK worth from to Our clearing Price is s I IMPLY GIVING AWAY 50 Colored and White PARASOLS at 13 off marked 25 Print and Gingham DRESSES at 13 off marked 500 yards POTTERS All While they last Only 12 yards to each customer at 18c per NO SALE GOODS SENT ON 500 yards SCOTCH All good Only 12 yards to each customer at 18c per 20 pairs odd odd Worth from to Take your pick for 65c per NO SALE GOODS Furniture With the addition of two cars pf new we now have the finest showing in this line we have ever We invite any intending purchasers40 look through our immense show room feeling confident of HILL CO ;