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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - May 30, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta THURSD/VY, MAY .JO, 1918 THE LETIinFUDGR OAILY HERALD PAGE FIVE II. S. HAS MILLION N Senator Lewis Tells of Vast Amount of Munitions Now liein^ Manufactured CiiiciiBO. May .'iO.-Soniitor JumoB UnmlltDii IjOwIh sulci In a Rpuech liore toijay tlmt tile United Stales now haB ono million Hoidlorg lir (oroign luiiilfl and Uiat by Dooumber 1, It will be lunnerioally equal to that of ISnglnnd. llo flUld that''Bevon. hundred million jiounijH or explonlves aro In proccRS (it nittnufacture. The ordnanco doiiarl-jucnt ban spent, lie said. JjTTfi.OOO.OOO lor |)roJoctjJ_fiH mid 7,''i,000.00n pnijec-tilea aro oil thoir way to Hershlng. Ono thousand rifles aro boing man-iifuctured dally and tlirno billion five hundred million rounds of small bec; W. .1. Daizlel and K. X. Cojip'n.!?. Saskatchewan; R. K. Shields, R. 0. Campeny and L. K. AVilmot, (>ntral Ontario; H. J. Whit-ford, .Manitoba, all lieatenants In the air force. GROCER TELLS FACTS TO . LETHBRIDGE PEOPLE "I had been overworking for years find my stomach gave out. Iliad no iippetlte and what I ate soured and formed gas. Nothing helped until I tried buckthorn liaric, glyoerine, Qtc. fi.t mixed in Adiorl-ka. ONE SPQOX-yVh astonished me with Its quick aC' 1lon." nccause Adier-l-ka flushes the J'^NTIRE boiiVl tract completely it ro-lleves ANY CASE sour stomach, gas or constipation and prevents append; c.ltis. Tho INSTANT action is sur prising.-J. D. Higinbotham & Co., l.td., druggists.-Advertisement. TAKES EXCEPTION TO THE REPORT / Toronfo, May 30,-Concerning the laboi department's report on the flour niiiling Industry, Managing IJIrector Jlcdloy Shaw of the Maple Leaf Milling "Company stated that a misstatement had been made regarding the arnount of tho company'.s actual as-r.otR. "In the report that 1 have before m'i," says Mr. Shaw, "it 's stated that $;!,770,0()0 has been paid in assets and the rest of the spare capital is good �win. This Is wrong as can bo clearly neon frcni careful statement ispued annually. Our 1911 report to shareholders showed property and real assets component companies as ra'ued by the Canadian-American Appraisal Company. In addition to these assets there was placed I in tho treasury $1,000,000 cash which sum of money enabled us ti enlarge old and build new elevators and mills. Prom those figures it-will be seen that our actual real assets at the time the report deals with, amounted to $.1.770S'i24, and not .$3,770,000 and tljat our good ..will actually stood at only ?:;2U,.';80 ami not $1,250,000 as Mv. Haniblcton's report states. .Mr. Sha.v clearly pointed put that lliu company's surplus profits in 1U13 are shown at nearly a quarter million dollars. Since that time the output of the mills has been nearly trebled, but in spite of this accumulated surplus, profit." have increased only $L1GO,000 or an average of $285,000 a year, which is not much more than the surplus accumulated in Idl'A when the output was only one-third or one-halt of the present capacity. Montreill, May ;;0.-A general all round increase In the wnge.'i of Canadian railroad employees, in conse-(|ueuce of tho recent lncrea.se made by Director fleneral SIcAdon of the American Railway administration \ipou the rccommcndalton of railway wages commission, has been asked. Improvement In working conditions Is also sought, to follow along tho lines of the American award. Unprcsonlatlves of the Canadian railroad mcch'anlM and car department trades liave wailed upon .Mr. W. Nelll. secretary of the Canadian Rallv.'ay War Hoard with a view of obtalniuE an advance here equivalent Id tlio.se awards In the United States to the railroad employees while it Is understood that reijrescntalivos of most of tho (!,TnadiBn railrnad brotherhoods have apiiroacl'.ed the' railroads individually with the same object. No definite action has been decided upon by (-Ither the Canadian Railway War Ilanrd or by the railroads Individually as to what steps shall ho taken to meet the demands of liie men. THURSDAY'S GROCERY SPECIALS strictly Fresh Eggs. Special, 2 doien.......................... I DL Quart Tins Maple Syfup. Regular 65c. Cfi/� Special .................................. "JvC Sunllflht Soap, bars. Regular 3 far 25o. -i nn Special, 14 bars for ..................... l.vW Large PacketJ Mutches. Regular EOc. A^a^ Specljil, per packet ...................... Small Bars Castile Soap. Regular 5 for 25c, ':'!t', Sncclal. 7 bars for ....................... tjJC Finest Clovsrdale Creamery Butter. Regular ,Beltort were among the assembly. The proceedings were opened by voting an address to Premier Clemenceau whicli recognized his noble patriotism and Me immutable tenacity. An ad-(tlress to tho Amoricans also was voted. It expressed to General Pershing the abcoiute confidence felt by the Krenidi mayors In tho usslatRnce. fur-nifched by their allies, whose admirable and pov.orful efforts are tes'tifled to by the mayors In their positions as he/ids of the cities in the war zone. lb POOffiS MAY SETTLE IT. Ottawa, .May 30.-In a lolcgrani received at tho Labor department today from Senator Robertson it is MC, gesled that a satisfactory settlcnioiU of tho I'aclfic Coast .shipbuilding striken may be reached before litis evening. iiig, Kuili.'Ic.us .liisic. Jealousy, wlitcli niar.M tlie liarniony \ of some film coinp'Ulies, has iieviT | j licpu known In the \\'lllinni Kox organ- ' 'ijntlon wli!c)i proJuces iiis fa!noIl^^ i ('ai)ricc iiiriiiicii. and uf nhicli the il:U.,'sf, is -A Child oV Wild" Juth- is its �ilm: .Hilt- is ;il.so its pel. At the DrpiiiMim tonight, last time. ; BIG "KAISER" P Moscow, Siindiiy, .May 20.-(By Iho Associated Pies^i 'I'lu' i)eac(' negot-| iations between iluK.iia and Ukraine' are not making rapid |,rogresK, largely because the cliiiirnuin of the IJ1e KC'^n af a P.i.the plays star in �'.'r.r.iiulec! .'u Aroady," .it flturland Friday and Gaturday, than to any one I'oi-.-;!', rxcept Woodrow Wilson, Theo-d(!rf> iio(;, OF JHE SOO. > Sault. Ste. Marie, Out., Stay ? SO.-Gold Ijas been found near > Qondroau, 177 rallos north ot ,4> point to largo deposits In par-  phyry dikes five luUeB, long �>  aud a mile wiJ>  . J, P. Kliua, of South Porcu- � pine. Many Ijavp gone to tho  , liew; gold jlndv ; lExamlnutlonB