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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - November 22, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 22, TJ1K IA-A IIHKIDI..I'. I).\ll,1 Ut'AMA) PAGE NINE Fqod Board Establishes New Pacific Coast Fishery iliistry in being rapidly liullt up ui lake, t.lui iiliico i)f the deellriliiK hnll-, but. fishery, .nnd the famous .Knroiuun method of utnam trawling 1m being hiic-cesafully applied to the I'jeii'le, Steam Trawling Trawling Ih tlm mr>nt modern iimlh-od of fishing. Tho vqi;hi>Iii employed ore Powerfully .designed steel .�iesim-' orn of about ]2i> fee.t Idiik, "id capable of Hlonmliiff at'ID IuioIh |.� ii;n>,! soldier or thn'. if necessary, partly in cusdi and a payment, down of ten pet cent... and other aasela. In addition, it is proposed thai the federal Kovcrnment shall advance to the returned soldier on loan, tit an ordinary ni'" of interest, up to $1,500 for the purpose of estab- WAGE INCREASES WASH!N't;TON. Nov. 22.--: Wage increase* for employees of nine street railway and Interurban systems Were j die at f> o'clock th!M afternoon. After grunted in awards announced last I passage by (lie house of the adjourn-night, by the war labor board. The ad- ! ment. resolution the senate approved vaneoH are for thn duration or the war I it. by it record vote of 11 to 18. and in each ease the board recom- ------ mended that the companies bo per-! Itev. X. If. Mcf'-illivary, of HI. Thom-m It led to rals.t fares to absorb the In-'iiM, refused a call to the United Pres-creased coat of operation. I hytcrlan churches In HI. Mary's. lishing a home ami purchasing th'* net: The Food Hoard, having arranged , 0Ssnry equipment ar.d ,-.to.k. There for tile supply, set to work to create may also he deferrliu: of interest for a a demand. They hoil a good product ;iu,vl n,,,,,, in mi.ii.it,,,,. the scheme , to udvertisu, but the unaceountahle i provides for a fiirihiv Joau of Sl.tmo j prejudice against eating any other j when the soldier, bv n ason of the I flah but halibut and i.:.lmon had to | development of his pi,,|ictt.v. Is In � bo overcome. The Hoard determined  position to offer s�,.,irity fofit. Tho | to show Canadians how these fish j general aim of the :-cheiiie is to naHlsrj were caught; how they were mnrlcM- ttie returned soldier to purchase a' ed, and their food value. Capt. F. W. j lnrm u,d l0 set him up in business. Wallace, of the Food Hoard's Flah j ^jr. Melghon recounted the work al-Bectlon, took the work In hand and | r(,adv accompllahed In ibis direction made two voyaRea on a trawler, nc- I )|V (|"lp K(,i.ller� ��tthtneni board I'reat-| companted by an expert motion pie-! n|( |.1Kt session, lie -aid Hint loans to j turo camera-man. and a film was pre- f returned solilleiv. agcrcsating $1.- | pared, which was latpr circulated . a:t'.i,(i!)"i had been approved. Some 1H2 ; throughout the West. Ilecipea. show- loans were uuder co:;iideial io;i .Since j las bow to cook fliit-flsh Enrl cods. Hie comtiletion of the  en|en,nnt wgu-wero embodied In the Hoard's Klsh tatlons. (.75 Holdier .-utrie.-' had been Recipe Hook, and the press wiu sup- gmnted. plied with data regarding litem. The j Dominion Land= Gone fish trade loyally go: behind the movfil ..Ti,R limitations under which the ment and pushed the sale. board has opera!, d from ih,. point of Today, seven months since the first view' of available and suitable Dom-(niwler fitted out, the Pacific Hut- i,|on hinds," Mr. Mc|;.|,eu went on, flah and the Pacific cods aro prime 1 'have been greater than were autlet-farorltoa with the public. An e�cel- \ patcd. Thn board is convinced that , , . , , ., * * � lent aoa fish has been given to the ; t),prn are not autllc lent ureas of avail- ing signs of depletion, and the day publll. ,, ,.,,.,,, prl(,(V ani, s0 ,lopuiar. :l,,u 1)nmInion llin,,s ,,ft t0 ,n,lbIo I nnvo they become that Toronto and ; a scheme of soldier settlement to he Babies! J I And We'll Catch Their Smiles Our photographs have life to them. Its time to have your Xmas photos made. The Allison Portrait Studio BALMORAL BLOCK LETHBRIDGE fishing would be no longer poaalblo or' m nl ". 'd a ers are now l--o. ng * ,t , , . ., ? proflUbl,,. J,,t when they were caat-1 Si, ?, . ""?hJ'7�"?.K i out..adequate to the nntlrlp.it- both flab havo climbed Into tho luxury class. Halibut, odco to plentiful within a few lioura' steaming from Vancouver Better on Heaters We have a big line of heaters which we invite you to see if you arc needing one. We nrit nbln to sell them considerably below the regular price.......  C. 6. OLANDER �� HARDWARE 524 THIRTEENTH STREET N. ment. of plants, veiMla nnd man, the Canada Food Board was looking for supplies of cheap sea fish for tho clti-tens of tho Western Provinces. It so happened thnt tho Food Hoard's Chairman. Mr. II. B. Thompson, had Just completed a session as a member of a Pacific Fisheries Commission, and hit hail secured a wealth of information as to the utilized fish of the Pacific Coast. Thoao were the flatfishes-brills, anlem,-plaice and witches I --and terrain cod*-red rod. grey cod land ling rod. All of these speeica were i to be found In Pacific waters In enor-! m'ous quantities, but no fishery ex-j Istod for them, and It was Impossible I to ratrli flat-fish by hook und line.- | Novel Experiment j After studying thn problem and making Investigations Into the moat econ-1 ornlcal methods of catching and mar- keting these Hah. Mr. Thompson en ;!l�ted the nld of Mr. John P. Habcock, them by tho carload. The succojs. � 0li requirements of those soldiers who fill establishment of this flshory is wlu desire to settle on Canadian lands, but nn Indication of what can be done j .,,, wno wm be, with or without spec- In other lines. THE UNSELFISH MOTHER'S ANSWER TO EDWIN MARKHAM (By llr. James L. Hughes) God gave my son In trust to me; Christ died for him. and he should he A man for Christ, lie is his own ial training, settle.' reasonably inialitlel to FIND BODV OF GALICIAN PIJINCK ALUJSKT, Sask . Nov. 21- Tony imwldzuk, a Ciallclnn farmer ot the Strom? Pine district. 40 miles And Oud't) and uiun's. not tultio alone.1 northeast of Prince Albert, was found lie was not mint: to "give " He gave Himself that he might help lo save All that a Christian might revere, All that enlightened ,'u " hold dear. "To feed the guns!'' Oh, torpid soul! Awake and see life aa a whole. When freedom, honor. Justice, right With heart aflame and soul ullglu, lie bravely went for Clod to fight Agaltiat base savages whose prhle "|The laws of God n*id man defied. dead with a bullet hole through one ' ! of Ills legs, iniir the knee. In the Kox \ | Plain district on Wednesday, accord- j j ing to reports .vhlcli have reached the ' city. He nad gone hunting with a j neighbor turl they became separate,!. 1 I This was nbiiiii two weeks ;igo. The I police are investigating. Good News for the Farmers Special Prices on Robes and Horse Blankets Manitoba Robes, 62x54, price..........$15.00 Manitoba Robes, 54x72, price . ........$16.00 Angora Chapps, No. 1 black or white, price $28.00 White Duck Horse Blankets, well made, each $3.00 Clark's Foot Warmers at....... $1.50 and $2.00 A nice assorted stock of Team Harness, Trunks and Bags, Suit Cases, Jack Knives, etc., Gloves and Mitts, Tents. IT WILL PAY YOU TO GET OUR PRICES BEFORE BUYING. Alberta Saddlery Co. LETHBRIDGE, ALBERTA PHONE 764 , . ... . ,,. , . i Who alow the mofTier und her child. V?�mSr",'?n,.7:? lluir & --from their halibut atramm as a trawler Kuar,,llin of >'��'���">� to engage lit the fishery for tlatfUU .,,,, , ,, . . , ,_ , ,., , , and/cod". Arran�emenu were made T11*1 " h" dT "ot ^mt'-, you 8aj ; with the fishermen to bring tho flah , �h; \,>,1skj �����"�'�� ��"' ^ in at n set price. Tha profits of jl,ut tllrou�h ",e M� "'" HU" W�UW wholesalers and retailors wore limit-; . , . *,,,tlP' �U to a reasonable amount, and the'. 'V1',1. vital memorl*� be mine Oepartmant of Fleherles further aid-^.otl �f"' of n""'!"""1 'H-..,11fc�0*- ... ed ino scheme by bearing two-thlrds!f,ul "wU� '�1110' b,u * ��� of lh� traneportatlon charges to all1 My son WB" kn,'w ",!U h" m,�ht dl()' point a west ot the Manitoba timing ary. The trawler "James Carruther*" commenced operations in March, and has beon landing a monthly average of 4�0,000 pounds of Hat-fish and cod e�er since. loiter in the summer, the Canadian FishtoK Company, Limited, ot Vancouver, B.C.. fitted out the haltbui steamer "Imhricarta" with trawllnit gear, and this veesel 1� now landing capacity catches for the Candlau market. These two Teasels are revolutionizing the Paclfio fisheries. A now lu- SHOES and RUBBERS Ladlea' theea, all the neweet ety|�� and colors in trey, ehamawltn, brawn, blaek end -*uek Use, In high ana) law heele, width* A A�k to see the Chum'e Boote for children in smoke, elk, brown ar.d fciaek, guaranteed solid leather. We save you money en all lines Children's Cushion Sol* Boots. . 4 y WE CAftRV ALL LINKS OF WOMEN'S ANO CHILDREN'S RUBBER* ANO OVERSHOES DeWolf's Shoe Store " CORNER FOURTH AVENUE ANO P-IFTM STREET SOUTH And yet ho went, with mirpoie high, To fight for peace and overthrow I The planH of Cnrlst'n relentlesa foe, I lie dreaded not the battlellnld; ! Me went to muke llerco vaiuials yield, It bo cornea not ttgalr to me . I shall be sad; but not that he i Went like a man-u hero true-- i His part unselfishly to do. . My heart will feel exultant pride j That for humanity he died. I "Forgotten grave!" Thin selfish idea ! Awakes no deep renponse in ine, ! For, though hi� grave 1 may not see, | My boy will ne'er forgotten he. j My real son can never die; : 'Tls but his body that may lie In foreign hind, and i filial! keep 'lio'i(�i of Kliropo .'Ihftt llieir lot m.iy be Improved. There is No Charge for the spotless nappciy-the superior service or the cosy home like surroundings at Kirkby's. The menu is known to be different to the ordinary restaurant. Wc serve-- Home Cooking It is carefully prepared and nicely serve You will enjoy everything you get here -a shopper's lunch-afternoon tea or a satisfying meal. We serve a complete menu- a wide variety of soups, salads, meats, pastries, fruits, etc. ' We cater to particular people who appreciate the kind of menu, service and surroundings we provide. 606 Third Avenue South W^flnacla Food Board Licence Numbers 5-2386 and 10-15908. PURE FOOD MARKETS Special Week-end Prices i 'choice BEEF Cuts at 15c, 18c & 20c per lb. BUTTER SPECIAL We have made arrangements for the entire output of two creameries. This is very fine fresh-made butter and will be sold at per lb. We have only received 900 pounds for tomorrow, so please place your orders early. We are iYow receiving large supplies of Turkeys. Chickens, Fowl. Geese and Ducks Our prices are getting low-' er each week. , _ I We conform to all Pure j Food Laws of the Dominion of tCanada. HAVE YOU TRIED OUft SPECIAL TOMATO SAUSAGE? P. BURNS & CO. LTD. PALACE MARKET THIRTEENTH STREET N, PHONE 431 Canada Food Eoard Retail Lleenae No, 9-7IW MAIN MARKET THIRD AVENUE SOUTH PHONES 412 ANO ISM Canada Food Board Retail I.Iconic No. �7tM DOMINION MARKET COR. 4TH AVE. AND tTH ST. PHONE 1114 Canada Food Board Retail Licente No. S-TSM ;