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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 28, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta NOVEMBER tf t LABOR Pi OFMRAILMS the problems which tho Canadian railways have to fairt In the of that of man power la tho modi In the opinion of Gener al Superintendent of the Canadian Pa cific Railways Ontario who jrjtirort from active service only a few weeks bin resignation preceding by a brief period of Sir George whose assistant life was for many Wo are faced with a peculiar situa said To stand 0110 must go back quite a number of When railroading was first undertaken In Canada tlv Irish supplied ot the track Then the Irish work which they considered and the ilon work to tho In In I i vonrs I In work has been done Iolacks and a Vow Uut I don they will continue Thesn men during the war have making money and today they hivi all a atiiki and even more mid I liny not going to stnv in Canada much buch sum moans lhal in their coun IIOK EXCELC nfif Centre Wgfcwt ciektfthe new IM feait will wrapttd IMiiMkwtlwiMpnetially m4 ketf s frdk CANADA WINNIPEG MONTREAL YEAST CAKES Prices That Are Lower Phone 1766 NO EXTRA CHARGE FOR DELIVERING The Great owrk coun il and range A well A worldwide attention was first directed to BrHlsb Columbia reaaon of the discoveries In the into flfttes and early BiNtls oJ alluvial gold In the Fraser and he stfeams oftho Cariboo dls for many years a richi bar vest was reaped from at that me the mines at American Publisher Relates In cident in Connection With King George of I was amazed nt what I saw de flared publisher of the Irles they consiiiuenllal here they are alUna in a strange WhMt are wo going to do to bring more Boulhcrn European people to or can tlie conditions of the work such that the British people will do if 1 somehow do not believe that get Iho HUsh Jt and I ecu labor tn tne yo trlp of ronstnution ami repair work rism r 1JrlUsh Arnndol polntcil out tha dur g was as B there has been a chock In tho nr whnt it Natural growth of all railways yielirH to achieve The II will be resumed now that wnl llniled Stales has done marvellously So far as Ontario is Umc cuniod tho work o tho England and Scot and PR is relaying Home of the MO miles On lie rlyde where of but this cannot bn Kreat plants arc lo takon until there is as much work going Regarding the rails which on as M the BhlpyurdH of the Untt torn up and sent overseas for service et gtatoBWo K11W 0o ways all In Arundel said he did by ships in tho and not understand that the rails were turned out and launched at TnnV riln 111 111 0 IHUIl IHiin 1111 U I hustle that vies with the fastest slruVtion American which opens the 8 visitors eyes to the vigor and efflc lencv of British and wlilcn Mayor of Medicine will placcs On their heads tlie material to the hey rlte nlmoPl were for tho most double track Ouv munuions plants which were needed during the con thnt vier the fa it MI mil In taking now most ymng American financier not only other whijti hcen further augment M apaclty of the Pant was so that the rnnUet OHO of tilG Ifll mnortant of Its kind in British FmpTre This is by the act that the smelter haa tratd 10 date 5 tons of ore having a gross value of fend senting I 778 W VglaeBs cop and The site of the smelter was admlr ably selected having rrrar to en and and had the effect y stimulating mineral i of lal consider on an ele soll over rent Falls of from which the plant derives its More over can be cf his Plan to operate the m tu rt over ore can mont to this centre readily and advantageously from the yariouB a calltlcB in both West ami Kast Koote and Indeed from much farther the nroflt of anvone but smelter for tlie con t im e n tin f v i COHSUtlU tj i a national international years treated in addition to British Columbia lend and eonnar ores from in iji u w be a candidate for Small Pill Small Dose Small Price tiarrowguag nection between and and also FOR CONSTIPATION hive stood the test of Purely Wonderfully quick to banish Indigestion and to cleat up a bad Genuine heart denature PALE FACES Indicate lock of Iron in the Blood Carters Iron Pills Will help this condition Hurrah Hows This Cincinnati authority corns dry up lift out with Hospital recordB that evei time you cut a corn you invite lock law or blood which is needless a Cincinnati who tells you that a quarter ounOe of a rtruK ilied freezone can be obtained at from the drug store but s sut lent to rid ones feet of every hard or soft corn or lOnCy Ot U1MU f certainly places on their heads iho deserved crown of How on row of American machinery arc es tablished in great and at as well as at Britishmade ma ot the women of that country dally take their places in ord er their men may risk and their in We some of these devoted mom crs ind many of them ot gentle handling enormous pound It will be after the war is to have been a liritish woman munition Dang er of explosions has not terrified and heavy manual labor has deter red Their spirit Is hot for vie I and the part that America is taking has added to their strength and increased their j Same in the Palace Between their spirit and that of 1 palace there js nothing to Together with another group of Amer i lean newspaper we were taken to visit King George at Sandrmgham 1 about eighty miles out of Lon don The King received us in his office in Vorke his residence with as ceremony as one would expect from an ordinary business his office there is just what might beexpected in the workroom oC a business only perhaps a little more Its walls are adorned with more pictures than we are ac customed to the same noticed that two of them were ex actly the same as two that are on the walls of my own office at the ranch at This was at the time when Presi dent Wilson had asked the Germans In reply to their request for an armis in etect With whom are we dealing the German Rmmsror or the German people King George was con vinced that the situation thus creat ed was more embarrassing to Ger many than to or and did not liesitato to en tne i0jerabiy stlff In Sr thodevolopment of j the United States From quite small works have been S nave cover many acres of ground of are necess this article It is not to so into technical iw o r tins wv four b ut nV tV f Sy that the mines progressed and t consiBts of from wp considerably re conseqiibntly the satis mm fuel Consolidated of but all our copper being by the way essential petals In the we pJed out of the country as matte In ether unflalalied to tec re nml then tn satisfy our awn re quirements for tbesp melali In noun cd or unmannlHctured torm purehnricd of a vastly price representing the of manufacture in a foreign ry the import AH o hicii was the reverse of rood I Hut the which has had ao stimu lative an effect on the national nnr sties in Influenced action beneficially in this direction a so nnd upon the urging of the Munition Board those in charge of the 1 nil Smelter set to work with a and succeeded after much experiments tion in producing refined zinc lytically on a commercia ilia plant now In operation has a of from 60 to 70 tons of spelter and last year produced tons of zinc having a value of as is stated In an official re marks an epoch in the metal lurgical history of So also with the refining of which be fore the war was on many sides pro nounced to be an undertaking that could not economically be conducted tn but which during past two years has been most successfully carried on at tht two copper converters Installed 1n 1916 enabling the mattafrom the copper furnaces that previously had been shipped awayfor further ba converted into which in turn is refined slectrolytecally in a plane which hac an initial capacity of 10 tons but since has been to handle wlct that Other products of the ter are copper leac1 sulphuric and hydrofluosilirla it is now as complete a metal lurgical works as there is on the and as such has played a most Important and useful role in furnishing the needed for munition niakinc thus contributing rili to the eifec tiveness of l nonunions war ef Nor docs this complete its record for patriotic Since its proudest boast Is that It has an honor roll on which Is in scribed the names of something liks hundred of Its wha enlisted voluntarily for overseas ser vice early In the Among are several members of the ing all of whom have won dis tinction for conspicuous gallantry and to duty In the battle fields of France and U per 400 2 tins for Mixed per Citron Peel Frys per half Ib tin 25c per loaf 3 a on 5 and lour n r tha knows his give you beUer prices than and save SUPINA SON LITY MERC 13TH STREET NORTH QUALITY MERCHANTS Call IN THESE CASES a judgment given out the board of railway commissioners deals with objections whih have been taken by the car vice bureau and others to the judg ment of providing that de murrage should not be charged by She arrived in Paris in the tense flays when the German advance being thrown back by Joffres embat tled and Paris was one vast She quickly and for seven months she gave to wounded in the French hospitals de voted The work was and often the necessities compelled all the nurses to perform the most menial In all of these tasks scrubbing the mend help to send him back again into the trenches where he was so sorely Farner took an uncomplaining In the doing ol it she sacrificed hsrself In rare ds alrt her health gave way under tiw niiitGriSls und Inery taken by the Ger mans were reckoned J Jt Dafnage up estimated by the North German Gazette to accept uius uwnifc ed by the influenza epidemic among Cnnd Total The above does not Include mater ials or requisitions since and this alone Vmurt he reckoned at several hundred mil ilionV In during the winter i nf 191017 workmen were de ported to the whole of whose future nroduction is totally lost to surprised to 1Viic having sug gested as a solution of the difficulty the adoption of a tariff of of the present the board finds that there Is no room for tbe distinc tion the car service bureau desires to make and finds thnt no charge is to foi other ami uui ed with his own dignity and Import He is very and has a keen sense of He told ua a I story about himself of which Lord sort corn who was with our You apply a few drops o rtont tell that when you nn a aching corn nni So Shor llttod freezone on a soreness Is Instantly lv the entire corn can b and without drug is sticky dries at oncn and is clnimod to just shrivel up any oorn without inllaming or oven rn tntiiiK the surrounding tissue or If vonr wife wears hiBH heols she will bo blud to know of had n bad case of constipation OH and other bowe rmbl after I tool I felt bolter and uftor em 1 mysilf irlri ami sum dijUnKH 1 Empties UPP f11 VN IKifhiir KNT1R liniciiluiy Itomoviis foi miilUr pohums U CURIOS Iruvnnis u iiimliciliH liiivc Bold Mliiika inanv H is il mixture of horn BlycorliiB nnd nine olb 1 Uglnbothuiu il yiiii iiuii L v rf t Ill tell it for So here Whos That Bug i The King had been with on Pelshins and BJias in the at Amorlean As n turned to KO away he heard an Vmorican soldier say to anojher Whos replied his nnluy thats tho King of was the Wheres his then Tho kins told the story with droll minor nnd evident as jur ehutlklos said You know5 your many of nir hoys think you spend most of our weurinfe your crown and larfylng your nout forgot my nrmlne he Kins fume back with a Dont forget my ermine wo had chatted a while In King George said he would Kot his lull and show us his Yorke House was given vto liim by his father wboii ho and has been lioiuii HiiiceJust a plain h ho has always livid ami whero his wore j bom Ho Is very fund of Ho got his hat with his Quoon and all the riiuuiuder o1 his Iumily thit were ul look us about just like thu own er of any fjtliir country show ua liiH Vlower his hot Ilia dairy and his iii lialnh lloiuitou died at A FEW FACTS ABOUT BERTHA SOPRANO Miss Bertha the prlma don na poprano who sings here is one of the few women in Amer ica who have seen active service in the hospitals of the war zone in Miss Farner was siiiKiug in kuropo when the war broke Like most singers who have studied on the con she loves and her first thought when she waa thrown out ot work by the was to go to 1 arts and see if there was anything to be I done whero she might lend a give up her nnd come home her arrival in America she was d nnd and much was made of HP She the gunst o honor at a great banquet H r Hftivd Of Of CjH and the press of the country inrticularly of the western portion gave much space tojier story of life ii tbe war BELGIUMS ACCOUNT London Times The following account has been re ceived from an official Belgian source of some ot tho items that will on Germanys bill in Belgium contributions and finpq luied by Germany on Belgium In War contributions from from to to May to 1918 tIJltto June to Peace Hath Her Victories nnd The duty of every man now is to provide a living for himself and his and help in tho recon struction of the The great call is still for Other industries may sol but agriculture must 20 YEARS TO PAY Open the way to prosperity and inde I Irrigated land up to Get Land is being rapidly taken Write or free booklets and full lit CALGARY Government Paper Controller Says All Subscriptions Should Be Paid at i About to Order Cut ting Off of Unpaid At a public hearing in Ottawa in connection vitb paper the Government Paper Con troller for Canada intim ated that regulations about to be issued would Includa one to the effect that Publishers of news papers must cease tending their newt papers to three In ar rears unless subscrip tlons be definitely re newed and all arrears fully For obvious reasons the Government insists that paper shall be saved and proposes that only those who pay tor their publica tions shall receive Under these regulations the Herald will have no choice in the matter 6t dealing with subscriptions in arrears for over three There are many other re strictions but this one is the most between now and the end of the yaar The Heralds subscription list must be put on a paid inadvance order to comply with tbe govern mental We know order will be accepted as a necessary result of conditions with paper making We are all in honor Abound to carry out our share of the conservation move So if you are in please pay up once to prevent ta discon tinuance of your subscrip Please do not wait for a refer to tbe address There is Time Yet Keep yo POLISH ;