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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 9, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta 9, 191V Tire LRTHRnmoK IXMLT PAGE FTVE CANADA THE WORLD'S SUPPLY OF WHEAT Reaping whett in Muutoba. (2) ThreeUnf wheit T was with considerable ullsfac- Iioo that reaJeru In F.ll 'Allleti counlrles tte slatement, rusae a short ago by tbe Instl- lute o( ,AErlculture at Rome, tnat It thd 'Ifst day's work ol Ibe Lrtth- brldge exeippllon tribunal Is any crl- terloa of wlmt Is to follow. will bare iHITIculiv tu soudliiff W3 mea, Us quota out of tha needed from Alberta la draft. Out of 18 applications considered duriojg tho day all >vero eicinyleJ but These ar to be considered further ?c.cl It Is (bought of them vlll be ro- fustul eiciDplIou. Ot the 18 there lour wlio BhoulJ nol hove rogUlercil. One wan local prleat wfoo does not come under III. act. Amjller not a British. Tbe thlrrl sorrcil for IS momus lu thU war with a Icaslmable s s lilur Hie Imperial army. The rojrlh a married man wllii children. Tsvelro others were exempted on medical grounde. All men falling IB medical category "C" or "E" are automatically .executed for this draft. Ottawa, .Vov. Couimlssloner It A. Prlnxle, who has been ftiwalnteil lo lavesllsate Hie cost ol lial'-tonu and magazine paner, uii in- fairy at Ibe parliament. I. K, Helluiuili, K.C., appeared for the Irado and elaas scttUm ot ihe Ca- nadiaa Press Assoclailon auJ was as- sisted by A. H. Kcrr. Uriitou Osier appeared for the 1'ulp and ljaper Cosipauy, while O. y. lleinlcr- son was there "ou principle" lo watch matters lor the 1'ayor Company, and J. II. Uooth. In the course ol the session. 3ir. Pringle predicted that there would be state control of Ihe manufacture and distribution of pruducis of al kinds to protect the public against the Rupert Julian illrcclcd Ibe fealure. marks the advent ot Lou Tc-llegaD-a Ills co-star, llulb Clifford, is one ot a l.asky director, the celebrated stag That (lie prettiest girla (a pictures, It's Ulueblrd gives assurance of (ho best Ju pboltjutaylug. AT STARLAND aud Louiso Hull, the popular young slurs uho scored such great successes fa "Seventeen." and "Ficcklea." are appearing lo night and toiuorrt-w at StarlanJ in "What Money a thrilling and romantic pictar- ization of George Uroadbursrs great play. Tho co-stars are Bujjporled by utio of (ho strotigost casts ever shown lu a single prcidui-iion, and Ihe picture and screen star bavins decided to vote his attentions to directing. 1 will be lemtmboreU that te dlreclei the great Mudamtj Uernhardt la tie tirat screen production, "Queen Elizi belli." The production IsyinusualV beaulifu) as lei SETS ami artistic as li direction. Other good pictures wll be Fhuvrn on the same program. methods ot and Ju mld- 1 3917 had (Dcrease la the Vueat crop of the principal countries" ol Ibe world. ouUld! of the Central I'oweu, ot 13 per cehl over 1516. Tliese figures were based on. returns ficra Frauce, Scojland. ..Ire l.tcd, Switzerland, Canada, llie United Japan and. 'Algeria. yhlch countrlEB ore this year esti- mated to.cnow a total v.fceat produc- tion of bushels.- At the jahie tlrae these same countries show, tn Increise'ln their barley croii of i'i.4 tier cent; an lucreasp In their rye crop of MM per cent; n'n Increase In .ihelr tal.erop.-dl.' 19.9 psr'ccnt, and Keif fnc'rease' In. their corn crop of 25.3 "ricr cent '.That such Increases. should bf possible among" oot.loas, most; of are engaged ID war. Is in Itself a iribute to the nroductlve energy ol m nliood. The enormous total of rmsSels qf nliejlMs E'O sreat lhal refuses to be grasped by the human rnlml .without some units ot comparl ;KIC. If this crop cf wheat were, load- i ellnlo TrclBit .cars. 1.000 busuels to the car. and eacb car occupied forty Jjeel ot the. railway track. It would iteiirescnt one solid loaded train :iz.on "miles In than ;''inough ito 'reach ball wav around :the worUl at the cnualpr. Thest load- -fa' car's, without would oa'upy Eeren-elghls the cbttre.traclc- tBe of ljie Canadian Pacific nallffor. as the world's greatest iraua- -jrprtalion company. (.'There is. however, onother joint of tlew. lid i rerr appropriate ene al this particular when the agri- cultural countries are called upon lo iroduce the utmuil pound of food. lYDlle tLa countries mentioned have done reel) their acrompllBbnieut shrinks Into Infllenlflcance when compared iclth their poaslblllllea. Instance, the three Canadian pro- rlnces of Slaoltobo. SasialcheMoi and Alborla .c.ould produce limes Ihe toial wheat ctop above re- !CTred'to! -Thla Etateinent'may seem until submitted to the test of -figure's. Then we got data MXe this; According 'to- lire Government of Canada there are (n lie provinces oientlqDod areas cult- able for agricultural purposes: .Manitoba Saskatchewan Albcrla.. berta produce BE much' wbeet as all ol thne couolrlts and have more left over Uiou'was Ero-avn In 1917 In all Capadiu CM course, It la a practicable uncner, to put erery arable acr? of land In ar.j- counUj in but If eay for Ike of IlluGtratlcn that onc-lhlrd of llu tlieee provinces la occ-lhlrd, sown to The eyei.Kfe wbeat cropvln these provinces for the" last teu.ypars has been: Manitoba, 18.20 bushels per acre; Saskatchewan, 1S.44 bushels per acre; Alberta. 20.19 bushels.per acre. The average for tbe Is'therefore practically 19 bushels per acre. If you, multiply the'available acreage, as given 19 you will and that these provinces. If en- tirely callable of pro- ducing Ib an average year' G.1S1.94S.- 000'bushels o.p more, .than three times IA0 total which Is being produced year, 1917, by Spain, France Scotland, land, Canada; United Slates, Ipdia, Japan and Algeria com- bined. The single provjDs'e oi Al- AT THE IMPRESS Hupert Julian and Ruth Clifford will 1 PIANOS STEINWAY. NORDHEIMER. NEW SCALE WILLIAMS. HAINES BROS. Thest planes are found In the mosi exclusive homes. They are mede cl the fineit and best materials procurable ana u> ii.c" skilled work- men. Styles and prices to suit everyone. Corns them. feinicoia I'm Co., Ltd, "Everything Musical" 315 6th Street S. Phone 1545 Remember the Addresa, two men "were physically f 11 press-tonight, when. The Mysterious and 'heir ciatos for exeniptlou ara Mr. Tiller" will be presented- This arable land In coarse grains or pas lure, and one- [Mrd to ivlteai, the proportion It el Is sotrn lo wheat will produce n greater crop than that already men' tloneil aj being grown by "all the countries before referred to. figures may be JntercEtlug generally for 'the great comparison ivLkh itiey afford bui they DUEL also carry the conclusion that the Is a very long way from hariog cx- hcusted HE food ji reducing iiaaslblll llet. Any scarcity cf foot] production v.-blch may at prcsfnl Is trace able alibost entirely lo an Improper In the Is com- of population. older countries population polled, to exist on areas thai production on a relatively large scale Is Impossible, nlicrcas In Ihe r coactms such as Weclern Cnc- ada the pouulattoD is BS yet .lolally ItijuEcicnL to briup ibe country flon. Tlicse are conditions doubt Jes.i risrht them- In fact, process of ctrrreo llou la verr 'rayidly, ilhatevcr difficulties may eccsd in feeding the r.-orJd during lie next few there can be no ques- tion trial lUey will tie solved as tooa as-sufficient populallon- is found for the great apsa plains ivhlch are sill] awaiting L'AURIEH SJicrbropke, Que., F. N. 3Ic- who last parliament, has.. ncn..icil ..the QslinlJvc ttcp i dal of Liberals thai he a ltered nlm some lime ago.. i -V SHERDROOKE OLEAHINGS ShrfbrookE, Qut; Nov. The LMul of clearings for Ihe ireck e Ailed NoSfcrnljer 8, WP.S Lasl ytar Thla.la the, largest clearing total -tho Inaufurnllon nf the cIcAring exceeding >jy TSO.OO1? nre'rloiis SALE Five nuiidrprt ami Forty-five Ewes at iiy raiicli .at Sweet H. BUCKLEY 901 THIRD AVENUE 6. MONT, spending 18 months Prnnce Trilb. the Canadian nrllllery. .Lt. .Andrew Nalsmith, M.C., son-of P. L. C. P. li: N'alural Resources four months' leave.. He was wound- ed and- later :Hc was on of- flcar'. In B Lethbrldge DRAYING FURNITURE AND PIANO MOVING Pficific Cartage Qb. J.-D. Thomai D. Fe'rgucon Phone .TO (jov. 1st Avc.aiMl 10th OXY-ACETYLENE i WELDING OTT'S ATffTO JLIVEIJY Pflon. 717 being furlLer considered. The eserapllon board has asked the Herald-to request all .men of Class 1 In Letbbrldge to semi lo the board their- medical certificates as soon as ncdically eiamlned In order that tbelr ncdlcal standing may uc considered with IJi'elr other claims for ei- cmplion. This will facllllalc lie vort Tte board deals only rcltb. "A" and "D" men. The medical uop.rd completes Us session here tonight until ucit Tliurs day. There .was no rush for exemption ;ornis at toe post olflcc. The total .0 date is 395 .exemptions and ill re- jorts for service brJugtne Ihe lotal up to 505. V Registration ceases to- morrow, after >-hleb tha authorities get busy rounding up tucso who have evaded 'the act. Tlie post office will be open till'10 o'clock Saturday evenlos for.Ins convenience of Class men, t At Edmonton EJmonlon, Nov. local ratdi- col toard today examined 57 men and I placed 32 of Iherb in Class A3. Only i 19 were placed in Class B. H Is ap-1 parent tliit some grounds for physical 1 disability lia've hcen eliminated and tlial in future examinations there n'JIl bo-found IT're men who are ellgihle for service.' One of the iqost common causes for disqualification has been flat feet, and It Is Believed that all men otherwise fit will be accepted noiv unless Die case.of [alien archos is a severe ''At1 caisary N 'Nor'. of, all the 10 locel tribunsla spent IhJs nicrn- Ing going over correspondence and (OK eienipllon there be- I Ing no personal appearances recortl- .cd con- sclentous objector came before -the '.rjbunal sitting et the day afterlfoon. 3 i Al Winnipeg Winnipeg, -Nov.- to.one o'clock beard by UIB according to Ihe reached B- It. chartered' banks of Canada'have united in a plan to assist sniall investors in Ihtlr BUhscriptlons-' to Canada's 'victory loan. Action ;ivas taken', throngh ___ Canadian'Bankers Association after a conference between the heads the various financial' fnslllullons. -L. B. Montreal, president of lie association ias written to Sir .Thomas of finance as folloWs: "To encourage small Inveslors" .to 'participate in Canada's forliconjliig Vlclory loan, I am authorized lo slate jlhat tie chartered banks will lend in as one of I moderate anlounts upon the pledge of his-reasons for refusing to be a can- tlio securities themseifca to "subscrib- dldate In tic coining election, nis con- era lo Ihe loan who have a reasonable sislcnt ibpiiositibri to- Honi, Arlhur- L. certainty of repaying the advance in Sltton ;In provincial uolltlcs, R. D. one year. The .barits will advance up Bennett, K-C., today "issuctl a. elate- 90 per cent of the amount suhscrib- mont detailing his position I'm full. -Mr. ed anil Iho 'rate ot Interest Will' be Denneli says lia'f as a'supporter'6t' S 1-2 per cent per annum with union It" ivould be very ly or payments as unfortunate for him to bo in a posl- may-be arranged, .'tlon of criticizing one of Us minister's "Tho banks will also 'accept from on cccbuht of his policy. The reason subscribers for safe .keeping without for Ills opposition lo Mr. Silton, he charge, the Interim securities and'lat-. sets forlK as tie laltefs railway poll- er the bonds themselves lo a rea'son.. ciea tn Albcrla ivhleh ho bclfeves will able amount for the lerm qt (o n duplication of the present Thlj.nction-on the part 'otibankers I railway' trouWe inSilrJtlsh Columbia. 19.tie-most interestliig. Ihlng Bennett says unequivocally Ihaf nccllon with the Vlclory ho will support the union government Through li tens ot candidates "In Caleary fut hb- wishes Investors will be able (o subscribei for. to his own time to'stu'ilying or to Incrcaae.lhe subscrlp. In of UOM they already-had In mind.- attraction will Ueligbl the admirers of TONIGHT AND BALANCE OF Prices lOc and 25c BUTTERFLY PICTURES follow the Girl' The romance of a LILllo Swedish Glr] and a big .Montana Tla QC li- ma D with Bplea and secret ser- vice agents thrown in for fiootl measure. ALSO t Reason That He Not Be Candidate in the' Elections be stars of "Hlueblrd Pay" at the a baffling plot, displayed In fine pho- lograpby with sensalloual scenes In tcnsKlcrt Hi rough camera trickery. Tho alory deals with a famous Jewel rob- bery and shows the war-kin ed Slates Secret Service agents booh the criminal wouM defy the law and tauni justice. Find Out More Health Restorer Charley Chaplin In "The Cure" If you are troubled with rheu- matism, asthma or a sick ttom- ach, let us Introduce you to LethbHdge p topic wlio have al- ready proved Its yvorth, We will send a full 'book -of Calgary, testimonials on request Two nights beginning Mon. Nov. 12 J. W. ITAKRIS BlUEBI PHOTOrPLAYS THE STAKE Y. M. and Y. at Kayraond, in 'the Hall Chicken Supycr during and.afler the dancej the proceeds.of which will go to the Red Cross society. GOOD ORCHESTRA IN ATTENDANCE. EVERYBODY INVITED -1- arsj MaUo a of Movlno auo--' rrtie only koVoVed'vtrj'Mn 'Ih'i y city. Furniture "PHONES; Coal t'Sforige 1007 j --House iSTho McKcan Tr.iiififcr Dr.A.TjSpankie M.D, C. M, NOSE AND' ..TlfllOAT- SPECIALIST. 01IIC6 rooms, 121-m New, P. KfTif ATO. CKIIco Phono M28as liitcbnc and -Hoiiao 'MtliliMInn Rye, Kar, .Nosc'Vanil' Throat New R' to Cjltary SchWl 'MAXMN A DIFFICULT POSITION" SOUABBLE FOR A SQUAB" JESSE L. LA5KV _ 'JACK PIOtFORD AND LOUBElfUFF SUPPORTCO BY THEODOHE ROBERTS, IN ,V MONEY CAN'T BUY" sTQNIGHT 3 and all this week GOLDWVN, OFFER .The of the famou. rele of Miry Turner In Heroine'of "Common Clay" and the driwlrij' ROW >nd popularity with tha Amerlun WHK each new triumph. OF A 'W.OMAN'S SOUL SY'BASIL KINO I SATUSDAY EVENINS POST- ChlMran) ;