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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 28, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta P THURSDAY. IN Centre Hio problem ulik'h the rjuMdliii lallways have lo face! in 4no that of luun power-Js-.IJiq in Iho opinion of Ai-qndel, Gencr- ul Superintendent of Ihe Canadian Pa- clfle Hallway's Ontario division, retired from acllvo icrvico only a few. weeks ago. lila fesisiiaii'in prcrcc-.ns by a brief period Bl; (Jcors-J Bury, whoso assistant lip was lor many I "Wo are face.il Bltua- lion." sal.l "To unJef; stand It, ono miiBl EO back quite a number: ol years. When railroad i vis first undertaken In Canada tl.y Irish supplied most ot Hie track labor. Then Ihe Irish eol work which thoy I coiiBldcrr-d bettor, anil tlio 'construe; iloii work pascj lo Iho Swedes. In later years the work has been Hone UiUtluna, Bulgarians, I'uluclis anil a tow Turks. Uut I bollBvp Iho.y will i-ontlnuo 11. during Ihe war have, making money null today mcy have iillu. stake of WOO. ROOD mid oven more they cro not going lo slay in Cainula mm'H lonBer. Such a sum moans lint In thel.' tries thoy aro coiiBCOucnlla hero they are alieiiJ In a sti----- Whin aro wo solus to 'lo to hrlng moro Southern fcironcall people to Cnnaila or can wo makfl'tlie conditions of th 'work sucli thill Hie llrUlsli people wl ilo'il? I somehow do nol believe tlu h M4er to ruck the 4 UCl .1 Ytut Cikti will aid uilti ii E.f.GIUITrCO.llD. TORONTO. CANADA ilnH some wo can get Iho.llrlUsli lo do j: and Publisher Relates Ii cident in Connection With King George of 'Ehg. Prices That Are Lower Phone 1766 NOJXTRA: CHARGE'FOR DELIVERING Extra Special Cranbernei.jefjound and Tor macy yean a rlc ,i hat the Iri-nlFd d 179307 ions of. a E' .i of sec iirti.t labor difficulties hi the of construction and repair work." JH-. Armidcl pointed out that during tho war llVero'has been a check in lie naluralBrowlliofullMllwaya lliat it will be'resumed now war ever. So far as Ontarld con- HID Immediate, work o f the. U P 11 is rcl-jylug EOine ot Ihe HO oi track, but lliis cannot bo taken unlll spring. HeEanJIns the 'rails winch were tovu up and sent overseas for service In Mr. Arnndot sa J he il d not understand thai the rails were wry mateiial lo the country They lvcro for the most part double track were needed during the con- -I -was amazed nl what 1 saw" u> clareil F W. KellofB, imbllsher o[ the clarei Sm FrancUco Call, lo tlie Edllor- ..-T York', upon IHn over seas as a guest of Ihe Ilrlllsh mm Wry ot Informallon. "In four years O-p.it Britain has dono what u took forty years'lo achieve. 1h Untied Elates 'done marvellously, well In Ihe brief lime fiincc it enter- ed Uio war, ,but England and Scolland have done beltor. Oil the Clyde where un (he great. shipbuilding irtanls are lo- entej, Ihere Is as much work golue on as In all the shipyards of I he Unit- ed States. Wo raw 300 ways there, al occupied by Rhilis in Iho build me, and being turnc.l oul anJ launclica at rale almost unbelievable. "In Ihc' munitions plains there is a liusllc Ibat vies wilh the fastest ot.ou 1'2 Wtlb'leid. Ib. cop- r 1. and Ihen to Bailiff our jwn re-. cmenls for mslals In tlBlsti. unmanufactured term we .re- purchased at, of. course-, a vastly el, lunced prlie rcprpEtnllaB Ibe trolls ol manufacture in a foreign cuun r plui the import duly. All of svblcli was the reverse of eood business, llul Ihe war, wlilch has had BO sllmu. latlve an effea on Ibo national -ies In cfneral, Innneocc-J action jueneflrlally In Ibis dim-lion also; 'nnd uoon Hie urging of '.he Mublllon Board Ibose In-charee of Ihc Trail Smelter Ml to work with a anil Lemons, Extra Choice.'per dwen 4 uer' and zinr. P T'h'e Ho of th. Belter w s admir- ,de. ider meer succeeded after much' expcrimEr.la- lion In producing refined zinc electro, lyllcally on a commercla' ecale. luc plant now In operation has a ba leary of Drllish women, anil wblc Mayor-Urown, of Medicine Hat, will cwljhlly placc3 on (heir Heads tb a candiilato for re-eicctlon. deserved crown of patriotism. How o row of American machinery nro labllshcil In Kreit ballcries, and Small Pill Small Small not actuated i ne auu ui ably selected bavins reKard to Elneerlog and of from 60 lo 70 .o atlons and requlrem-nls on an eie -roilnceu 10, vated terrar. of grave y Fall f, a 0, looklns the Columbia rher, ar.. only v-few miles distant are Ihe masnln- Fafl o! ftonnlnBton, from which ta plant, derives Its power. ovcr ore can be shlppsd foi treat- ment lo Ibis cenlre most readily and advantageously-from the various, lo- calitlee In bolh West and East Koote nav- and Inde'ed from much In cbnieqjier-e toe ;d lu.IXK) Ions of n ro has becomelniost a nation. International minion dollar on Ion of or. look care ibat the Ircaled. he "FOR CONSTIPftTlOri aulck io binlst jhlllousntsa, end to den up a bid complnion. obean PALE FACES ol Iran l ol ran o Blood Carter's Iron PilU Win jr'ilni nt norllon of wh.o are necess p norllon o w. skilled. r ie avng which, as Is slalcd In an official port, marks "an epoch In Ibe melal- urslcal history of Canada." So also with the refining of copper, whlcli 6': 'ore the war was on sides pro- Bounced 16 be "an undertaklnj that could not economically be conducted fn Canada, but which during past two years b'a3 been most successfully CErried on at Trail, thi two copper co-ivcrlera Instilled In 1916 enabling ba nalta'from the copper lurnaceFi Ibat previously bad hten shipped aiviy'ror further lieatmenl, to, convcrltd Into blister-cupper, which In lurn Is rcfinrd fleclrolylecally In a plane wbkb an Inillal capacity of 10 tons dallr; but whlcli.slnce baj been enlarjreil to handle .wlct that amo'.iift. Other products' of Ihe smel-. tcr are copper siill'hale. kui? pipe, shrapnel, v.-ire. gnM. silver, sulphuric Corn, 2 tins for PeaE, ptr tin Mixed Peel, per pound ".IT: "nd- grocerx bill, and all a buyer that knows his buslnes., always lower occau aiijuavB olve you better prlcts than In rf-uut a corn you invite lock _ lime rfn-uut a corn you i I OTTAWi 'Nov. a judgment the floors, washing, n iven oul loday, the heart) of help lo send him back ommissioners deals wilh objecllons iafo (he.1 trenches be wa .__ par Farncr 100 rallways.where shippers were unable to accept cars owing to ravages work- sductantly Elie wos cd by the influenza epidemic among give up her .work ami cpine home. Ml omnlnvpcs: .-her arrival m AmcriLa nil, th many man iu .hat there Is no room ior America, and did not hesitate lo make, car Ih _ o the present'tariff, t he boar lhat there Is no room for the rln lime Ton-uui a cuiu ju.. or b oii! -poison' which Is reed ess J who lolls fay: you IORI. called frceznne can baoalalEM "U'U'v "cost from" Ihe drus Blore but 's sul- lent to rid one's .feet ot every hard or soft corn or.balliia- You simply a few drops o LniJis IKing tr booklo up. Wnte o.Td Infomuikn. S lit ST. EAST, 005 Government. Paper 'Controller Says All Subscriptions Should Be Paid at r Aboutto Order Cut- ting Ott of Unpaid Subscriptions. At a public hearing to Ottawa In connection with naper. conservation, the Government-. trollcr for Canada inlim- f ated that regulations about lo be issued ivould Include one lo the effect that: "Publishers 'of news- paper! must ceate tending their ntaar papers to i three >rj uhliss wbscrip- be''definitely re- -ntWed arid fully paid." For obvious reasons the Government Insists 'that paper Bhall be saved ,and firoposes that only '.those who pay for their publica- tions shall receive them. Under these regulations v Iho Herald VlU hare no ot ilealins with subscriptions in n'rrears for over three nionlhs. There are re- strictions Imposed, but this is the "most Important.- Therefore, between -now and the end of' the year. The Herald's subscription list must be put on in-advance order lo comply with the goTem- mental order. We know this, order will be accepted as a necessary result- of conditions with Mpcr making We aro all in honorvhounilv. to our sha'ro'of "the conservation moje- rnenL So ,11 yott'ire In arrejrs, vlease pay up at onco lo prevent (a llon. Please do'not wait- [or-i r6fer lo Ihe address Uiai. There tf Time Yet lli'viinc 1 consider myself (Slencil) K- Kins Oeorgc said he wonU set his hai nlld show Us his gronodF. Yorkc House was Bivenvto him by his falher whcii ho married, and has been home ever since-just a pi-'- wsi'ftopping stomach Hp'ls vOTfond'onL ile'golh'is1 KTANTI-Y. Emplu's no Qu'ecn anrt al! the lower bowrl. o; his family thit or.cn iiomr-, i- lila iliiirv and'his hortw. WP POLISH ;