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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 16, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta THURSDAY. OCTOUKH 10, THE LRTHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD PAGE THIRTEEN' A Great Shipping Record and Piclflc wnicea vteatnablpE. with an segregate pross totmayt of 3U.3S9 toci. Since Xup- tttL 1914, Uie construction of four a tooniee of 67.000 tons, hai completed, of T6.MO and twelre ET01S tOBJ been purchased wlihln tbe same period During the war flftes were losl by enetnj ic- llon or through acctdfniB M tea, and tigM bare been sold to the British GoTernmeni after and on t sold to em In- dian Prince Tatcr prceented It to the British OoTerntneit for use as A hospital ahlp. Tbe construction Is, being pTDcetded -KllL tht yards of ibe Falrflpld SbJpbullrfinfi nnd tntfneerlDg Company, of i C2S reel Ions bel a t perpendlcu'iTi, Tbh -hip will be Vnor press of CAB ad a. Three of 22.000 tons. the Fhn- Tbe following Interesting and Illum- inating summary of the work of ths Canadian Council for Scientific and Industrial Itesoarcb, appeared In. tbo Toronto Globe's annual financial sur- vey leaned recently. Dr. A. II. McCaUum, Lho administrative chair- man of thg Council, retlowa the altua- tfon la Canada In regard to the appli- cation o! science lo Industry aa fol- lows: "He-construct ton and development" In Canada In (be new era ot Interna- tional eErdlng for supremacy In tbo arts of peace means to the Canadian Honorary Advisory Council for Sclea: tilli; snd Industrial Hescarch much Id so far as "development" Is concerned but little It) regard to "re-construc- tion." Re-construction postulates ihe building up a pa in ot vrLat existed be-; fore; and up Lo the outbreak of war thcrp waa constructed In Canada no national organization for research ivork. Tho glowing path of Canada's opportunity for iu dust rial develop- ment runs vide and far, but tho Coun- cil's "research path hns'to be blazed through a comparatively unexplored forest. It is almost entirely new ground to bo covered. Germany and, though per- haps, in lesser degree, the United Stales had buildc-d before Iho war grcaL organizations for Industrial re- search founded on wldo-vlsloucd reali- zation of Iho commercial valuo and ne- cessity of applying science to Industry! In Canada, as in Great Hritaln, j _____ cncouniKcmeuL, ami Individual onlcr- prise had." utilTl tho War started, been the thousands in of I cut in the main with and, through Inn organized ap; falre policy. Germany had her trained plication of science to Industry, was technologists and research workers by i "'Inning her trade victories in ovary _____.___ __-_ __'j_______j foreign mart. ______ In the United Stales, which early took a lesf from Germany's book, the groat universities like Harvard, Yale, Chicago, Columbia anil Cornell had staffs and equipments in pure and ap- plied science, ivhlcn kept pace or al- most kepi pace with the demand from great American Industrial establish- ments for trained scientific tors, chemists, electrical engineers, metallurgists, etc., lo solve industrial research problems. The annual budget of luo Massachusetts Institute of Tech- nology, for instance, exceeded before the war, and Mill etceeds, the total of the annual expenditures of all the Fac- ol Applied Science in Canada. There are some two thousand research laboratories In connection large Industrial concerns in Lhe United States, and each of more than fifty in- dividual Ilrms eipend 'annually sums ranging from' -to for research.. In Canada In a score of years less than twenty students have 'reaelved tha advanced (Ph.D.) degree In Eclenca from the University ofdTofonto and fewer still from McGill. Not two per 1917. Las buen. continued with satU- aclory practical results which will dputllcaa lead In the near future 10 he application to various plauia In L'anada of a new elecirlcal process for the recovery of valuable by-product a now lost In the distllla- i ol coal, etc. The on sound measurements and fog sig- nalling conducted In 1S17 by Dr. IxraM King of McGlll lias made tanner pro. gri'Sd ihis year anJ forecasts a new type of sirens for use in ilie St. Utver and Gulf. connected wiih the recovery ot recovery plants and the production In I Canada, at decreased cost to coasum-' ers, of the alcohol Increasingly needed for Industrial 'purposes and as a suV bUlute for motor fuel. There haye been a score or more of other phases of industrial research iu It ia ted or continued dining the year, each having a practical bearing on soiuo branch of national production Mure should and could be dcsc, ircta rained UK a and money available. million dollars per annum for years lo be expended by tho research; council. Ju Canada we, too, are learttr Ir.g ihe obvious Ic-sson (aught by many and already adopted by luduitry. The path has been blazed fgr: replacihe rulp of thumb methods in Cinadi by lo WILL HANG FOR MURDER ST. CATHAK1NES, Out., Oct. Tho council's budget for the year. baa Yosierdny afternoon 1-YeJ Dountala uuiler In GreaL Uritaln was found guiliy of murder at Wei- jiarllamcnt has recognized the need I hind and sentenced, by Chief Justice Industrial alcohol from the enormous j and tho opiwriuuity iTeailng a Logic to IK- hanged on 17 sulpbiie of our Canadian j araic department of Eclenilflc and In- for murJerinR liis wife and two chll- pulp mills points to the Las tall uloii olldustrial research and has voted at Niagara Falls In 191S. The ton C. P. 0. S. Liner "Empress of At the outbreak of wir the Cant-ishlpiofthe ItiUrmcJUU tor Ihe man Pacific Ocean SerTlceJ, Lul., [Atlantic semee are to b- put under v.j ._ (he AUintleiconainictlon At yardi of John ------Brown Son, and the Falrfield Shlp-l c Company. At the end of the! scil lie company hid In eerrlce twentr-clghl Eteam- ihlps. of a rron tocnift of 26U30J tons, and ill under order: or p-JrchiwJ but not de'trend, har-1 !oi a trots ton_iaEf of about 8StEOO. The steamships lost throueh tnemr action were the following Cftlgarlan, 17.S15 gross tons; Car- thaginian. 4.444 tons; for, It a. tons; Ilesperlui, 10.920 tons; Lnfce Michigan, 9J88 tons; Milwaukee7.323 tons; Montreal, ton.i Mount 9.792 IOOE; Mootfort, tons: Mlesanable. 12.469 tons; Me- dora. tons; illniria, ions; romcranlan, tons. Tbe shtpa lost Ihrougb accidents at were the Corinthian, 7.333 Ions; Lake Manitoba, tons. The eight Eteatnsblps sold to the British Government vrere the Monte- zuma, toiu; Montcalm, lona; tons; tons: Uotrat Mongolltn, 4. 834 tons; NumldlaD. 4.S3S LODE; Ruthtn- U. 7.2Q8; Tyrolia. 7.53S tons. Thar S.S. Empress of India was purchased by an Indian Prince end presejiltd to the British for use aa a hospital chip. Her fross Umnase Ii Tie toial tonnage lost- IbTough tutmj action and olher la and the lonna-e sold (a C9.421, a grand total ot fro; s tons. Ships purcbasrd during the wae are aa follOwa Bolaford. 4.782 IDDE; 6.660 tons; Holbrook. C.G55 toos; Montezumo. tons; Wont calm, tons; Medora, lona; Mat- law a. 4.874 tons: Mintota, 4.92S tons; Uelhveji, 4.S52 tons; Sloilisfont, S.69I tons; War Bprrl. 10.800 tons; War Peridot, 10.800 tons. Veseela built and added to lie fleet during same period were lie Mtssaoable. 12.469 tons; Metacsma, 12.420 Ions; Melila. tons; Mlnnedoea, 967 tcng. AND PAINS IN fiaimt ID bnck. sides tod htad ind nil His refilling from tltrinjfcd tldnryj, surt as rbcuiDEliam. iwcllcn Jolntsand ptone-iu the bladder. RelicTe congtstion, linrp a or real action, which purifies tbe bltxxl and fnrrtcls tbe IliocaU. GinPilLs hJive helped Ihou- mds. Ttitjirill tidp you. Srnd for .'cc sample, or get n box fioxn JOBT or dulcr. tAc. mli money- Add r w Tin V-S. Adirw: 202 M.m Si- o lac., BaHdo, N.Y. cent, of Canadian firms have research laboratories nnd only about ten per cent, have routine laboratories, chieflj Tor Ibe testing ol materials. II' Cnn adlan Industries were lo seek-tor supply of trained technical men cap DWe ot applying the most advanced scientific knowledge Lo industrial yro- ceasea sufficient Lo meet even tb'eii most ordinary needs, tho number o adcQUdlcly trained men avoltaljlo would not le sufrictenL lo Eatisfy live per com. ol Lhe That, briefly Jem and, int, h the A Cozy Home. Baby plnya on the floor safely when the Perfection Floater is lighted. At'bath time, too, there's no danger from chill with the Perfection llenter dose by nnd hundreds of other uses. You con take A Perfection Healer anywhere. Warms any room The wick-slop prevents smoking. Every atom of coal oil is turned into odorless heat. ten hours on one of Imperial Floyalite COP! Oil. Saves lighting the furnace early in the Fall and running It lute in Hio Spring. Cheerful warmth whenever, you want it. Tlulll nnd lasts for years. Nickel trimmings, witn drum blAefc Japanned or Mur enameled, iSelcei ycura lo-day. Your dealer sells Perfection Ileiters, with the triangle trade-mark." IMPERIAL OIL LIMITED I'owcr Hcit Light Lubrication JIrinch'3 in All Cities, Qj] regard'to tuc needs in Canada for ale he wan and ManELoba in qulpmenl and men Icr research work. 4 ing a demonslratlon plant In the hat is the situailou -which baa con- Souris coal areas of Sask- the Research, Council since Its alchewan, to jiroTe the ct'inmercial reallon in December, 1S1G. .And that'feasibility of carbonizing and briquet- been, and is, the crui the King Ihe Western lignites for heal- rohlems 'of scientific and Industrial I toff in domestic furnaces. This year eaearch in Gnnada, handicapping the I will sec. a plant established with an nrylng oui c-f Uie large research pro- loullay ot and an annual oul- ramino planned for the past year and ot tons of coal equal Lo Ihe or Ihe coming year. Jeopardizing can-Pennsylvania anthracile and marketed da'a position In ;he inlCTDalloual rl-, Ul Heslna.or Moose Jaw at, at least, alrj- for CJiporL Lrade and demanding livo dollars per loo less than the Im- rompL remedy if the lull measure of llorled anthracite is now costing. The ur opportunity IB Lo he grasped. In success of Lhe Initial plant, about esources of capital antl materials, iniwnicn can be little doull. will II Lhe natural advantages for InduB- crcnlually to he of rial supremacy we are in sn onviable and Hme realized latent ii as compared with our trade resources ot Saskatchewan ami SM nml. hence lor Ihe, Bow to (hc aw miterlals ami Uie b3'-liroducls ot B aanufacture, and of keeping pace ivilh he advances miide in other countries hraugh research, we have as yet hard- y touched the fringe o[ opportunity. Confronted wilh this Eitualion and with ndlvUual ._ ho mam task ot tl.o Council Ihls past Wcl on. Ihe'-PeUwawa has been, wlille carri'inB on The'dala beloj secured will mmedlaleneef.aoIrcaeArch work withjiho course or a few years give, for] he means at hand; to pave the way for nrsi tlmejjhe ,i..- _j i i_ T-, Dominion Some Reasons Why We Are Enjoying Such Gratifying Results in Our Up-to-date Shoe Repairing and Shoe-making Business Which has won for us .ihe goodwill and confidence of all our customers. SlBtes for coal for the iiralri'j roTinces. i. i'. A systcmatlc-ttuily o! the role ol re l. prpduclion and t Iforest trecg 01 the c-jmmer'clal nadian spec ted with Ih.s situation and ,-e3 underlnkcn Ihrousli sclcn owly awakening public and utic; survey-Vf' fome eighty square realization ol ill. porlent, o[ ,nnr 6lH 'cutflver lumber dls- Our policy of repairing shoes and shoe making at prices which are as low as can possibly be and appeal to all. QUALITY- Which has made our Shoe Repairs and Shoe Making most popular with all who have done business us. We have just installed a "GO'ODYEAR STITCHING MACHINE." Every-one knows what it means to have their fine boot soles sew. with a "Goodyear" ma- chine. It means that your repaired boots will leave our premises as good as new and that you will be a thoroughly satisfied customer, hesitate 'to bring your boots to us again when repairs are needed. SERVICE- 1 f Our preparedness by increasing our machine capacity is enabling us" to maintain the highest standarH of ser- vice. '-.-v-.: meeting adequately Lhe urgent needs [tnfonnalion o[ Ihe future..The goal has been a to Inaug- ply of irafned men for research work, urate on a scientific and practical adequate equipment and facilities lor basis H scheme'pi rc-foreatallon par- research and Lhe enlistment of Indus- nllellnE (he best results obtained in rial organizations in co-operative' et- Lhe Irom Europe. Our forest orl lo solve common problems, Lhe so-'wealth, now in danger of exhaustion ution of which llea In Inc oppllcaLSon through reckless waste nnd disregard of science lo industry-. The great for- f adequate conservation systems, can ward sLep taktn has been to promote the RslalliahraenL of a Central. Re- search Institute at OUawn, combining :he functions of the Bureau of Stand- ards nt Washington and of the Mellon In-itituto nt PlLtabuTgh. The proposal for such an Institute, submitted to the government in No- vember last, was the result of many months' careful Investigation by tha Council. In vlow of Uie situation above 'out- lined, the argument advanced in sup- port of !t Is "so obvious as lo need no re statement-here. There has been prompt and appreciative response to the proposal by the goYernmonl and by all the public interests concerned. la'good reason lo believe that the will be established' with- out unnecessary delay. It will In- volve nn expenditure of for a .four-aioroy building, having initial pro vlattJn for fifty laboratory rooms antf with plans so drawn as lo provide for expansion ng Ihe needs develop. The coal of Iho scientific erinlpmenl is c.i LlmaLcd at and Lho cost ol maintenance, salaries, etc.; at abou1 annum fdr the first few years' The establishment of the Institute la the necessary first step towards plac- ing industrial research "work In Canada upon nn adequate and permanent basl and towards enabling the Dominion to keep abreast of similar progressive LJrltaln, Japan, Franco, Australia nm our other trade competitors. U will, doubtless, be followed by-the organ- ization ol trade gullda or associations for research In each branch of Jndus- anly thus be preserved as a great and ermunerU national-resource. -The tar tog research, initiated In We have a system" which will save lime and money for the people who think they are compelled to bring their Doots and.srioes-for. ire-' pairs. Let the Mail Service Carry Your Repairs ta Us! AND WE WILL RETURN THEM PROMPTLY, MAIL OR EXPRESS AS DESIRED. ROTHWELL Successors to F. Miles Recognized Leaders in Shoe Repairing and Shoemaking. 5114lhAve.S. Lethbridge ITE COHN SYRUP Some people prefer the white (Lily White) com syrup for table use; others, the golden, cane-flavored, Crown Brand. Authorities strongly recommend Lily White for PRESERVING, and candy-making. try, formed to pool resources In solv-1 I Ing common yrclilems nnd to take od-1 vantage of the laboratory equipment and opportunity offered, .under the Council's proposals, by Hie govern- ment-maintained Institute. A further necessary step will bo the working out of the Council's plans for more ftdcciuala provision by the unl- TcrsUlea for Ilie training ol qualified .scientific worXcrs. In Iho more gener- ous Investment of a [a to funds for this purpose, Rtnrtlng, say, with Toronto, and Polytechnic In I hope of securing for tlio ensuing years of tho world's siren'" iLpnn; nnd tiitUcsa Irndo war faro nation's leailor.-i In nclenllftc anil In- research. Apart from Iheso crucial phases of the work nnd alms of the Research Council, fir-ice, of only passing reference lo some of the Jjmany re- search problems already undertaken, As a result of Ihe Cohncll'R Initiat- ive, governmental action was taken In June last to secure federal co-opcnt- tlon wilh the covornfTjcnlg 6f Saah- WHS8W W SYRUP Lily White and Grown Brand Corn! Syrup can be used for all cooking'purposes.. v Both are pure food products, nourishing, high in food Value and are great helps, to household Grocers 2, 5, 10 and 20 TKc1 Canada Starch Co. Limited Montr Montreal ;