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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 17, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta f AGE EIGHT THE LETHSBIPS5 DA1LT HRRAT.H OCTOB151M7, 1917. I are the boys that make Dominion Toasted Corn Flakes disappear. They are ready any time of the day for a big bowlful of these delicately, toasted flakes, with their fresh-from-the- oven taste. CORN FLAKES WAXTITE Ibdebf KELLOGG TOASTED CORN FLAKE COMPANY Cmk E mm mm Wben JIB. of the provin- cial department o( agriculture, JKBS In the city the other dar. he declared that R. C. vat evolving new type of sheep specially suited for conditions In Southern Alberta. 11 then remained Tor F. Stevens, provincial lives lock coaimlas toner, to name the new breed being evolvtru[ from the Horn ney-Kamboul let cross- Mr. Stevens his uimed them the "Al- berta The breed wts ed lu New through tho uso o[ Lincoln and Merino blood, and other of Corrledales been de- veloped fn Australia throuth tbo use of long-wooled breeds, sucii BE the Leicester and Cotswold. In the United States one of the blf sheep establishments Is morktog on au American Corriedale, and will use (he South Devon ram Instead ot the Lin- coln. Mr. Harvey Is using the Rom- ney on account of llie qualities, its-4ls1lnct hardiness and also Its abililv lo herd better than sonic of the other long-wools. Mr. Harvey's success [s being closely watched by sheep breeders all over the continent-and the Let hind go district Is receivjog a great (leal; of valuable publicity a3 a result. Telegraphic Briefs The Themis. tons gross and 445 j feet loaf, VTBS built In Sunderland, England, In 1911 and owned In Tons- berg. -NATIONAL LABOR PARTY. "Moutreal, Oct. Quebec Ecction of the national labor party is to be organized at z convention in thts city on November 3. All labor, unions, labor dabs, Socialist organ- izatlcms, Fabian clubs, Agricultural societies and cooperative societies stud -iclcsi'.e: lo -the coiiven- .tion. CONSCRIPTS IN VANCOUVER Vancouver, Oct. the mili- tary service act came Into force 6SO persons uava signed the necessary re- port forms here. Of these 35S mate claim for exemption and-257 express their willingness to ssrre. Yesterday 367 signed the forms, of Vhlcli 201 'Claimed exemption and 166-Tere wlll- ing 16'serve.: NORWEGIAN 15 SUNK .Copenhagen, OcL Norweg- ian steamer Themis has been sunk in the Mediterranean, according to an linnouncement by'the Norwegian for- eign office, received here today. All Uhp. members of .the crew are missing. BIG FLOUR MILL BURNS Indianapolis, Jnd., OcL de- stroyed the flonr milling plant ot the Acme Evans company here last night, causing a IOBS estimated at The plant has been busy day and night in war orders acd vrhea the flames were discovered Ihlrly-flvc men were of worfc In the building. Large quan- tities of flour and wheat were stored in an adjacent and escaped the flames. CAN'T SUPPORT MURDER CHARGE Paris, Oct. Brians, the .i t alter LEMRME MECCA More commercial men. are caUing on Letbbridge today than at any time in history of.the city, and this tact goes a long way to prove that the pros- perity wMch Lethbridge claims Is real. A perusal of the hotel registers on nuy day shows thai tbe knight of the grip turns lo Lelbbrfctge aa the Moslem does to Mecca.11 Tno average number registering at the Lethbridce hotel dally Is about 125, while the Alexan- dra patronage Is nearly as large. The other hotels are always "Cull up." Hotel men expect the rush to keep up without a. break. Many commer- cial representatives are making sec- ond calls on the merchants of Lelh- brUge, and getting second orders too. The need ot further hotel accommoda- tion is emphas.lred every, day. The Herald understands that.a number of IF TONGUE IS COAT BREATH BAD, STOMACH SOUR, CLEAN -7'- LIVER Give "California1 SyriipVpt-Fies1'' at- saves B sick child tomorrow.E If your little one Is aui-cn-aorls, haU- j ilck, isn't 'and; acting see' It .tongue .f Is coaled. This Is a jtY fllUe stomach, HTRT and'-bowels are clogged with waste'.Wlieifcroaa, irrf- table, feverish, stomach "spur.-Jbrealh T" had or baa sore Ihroal, Ml of "cold.Hfive-'i'tea- x spoonful of "California Syrup of and In a lew hours all'ihe cops 11 pa fed vohon, undigested food and bile gently moves out of Its-little bowels without griping, and-you'havc a playful child again. "V -VI others can rest .'easy, atttr.'giv -r-i'niA harmless "fruit because It never [alia to cleanse the little one'i liver and bo we] 3 and .eweetenV Ibe iLooiacb and they -dearly love -Us pleasaDt laale. Full dlrecllona for I'js, children of all ages and for iroVii- Una printed on each bottle. Beware ot counterfeit fir pwVot the editor of the newspaper Bonnet Rouge, that her husband, vrho died iu a Paris prison where he was being held on a charge cf sedition, WBE murdered. 'EARLY SHIPMENT URGED. Ne.F.Yprk, Oct. requir- ed to meet winter needs, ot mill's In eastern ami 'central division must be brought forward at once'tn order to take advantage of the remaloing jeriod ol Great Lakes t was aEnounced here today by ames P.. Bell, chairman of the mill- bg-'dirisipn of the .United States food administration. NO RIGHT TO ALSACE. London, OcL the Socialist convention at Herr Scheld- inapn, the Social let leader, rejected "the. principle of the righi ol latloDs' to; determine their own des; concerned Alsace-Lor- rilne'.-'onMhe ground that Alsace-Lor- raine not a nation. There general .accprd at the convention thai Alsace-Lorraine had been constituted a'n autonomous federal slate In the eraulre.' position Ior another ougb fur any anoouncemenL olel here J H' ol "California Sirup of the lee that it Is made by CHARGE. Woodstock, N. B., Oct. ol Divide Settlement, ia ,6n-.lnal.. in the circuit court here Chandler, on a charge oE.fnlafd'erlfiff Harry Wiley, BOH .ol rofmer last Wiley'and' hia son Prank lestlflctl that after Harry and Frahi.had repaired a fence between and Glenn farms, the ac cUsed, shot'iilairy. There wag no IB uafinlsfied, V BE DONE men a field In elgh hours; will It take fifteen (he name, field? was the fyjesilon, and Mel Moody of the War reosburg Democrat, published IQ the shadow of the normil achool, jaji answer, made.by one EludeoL Is as fol IOWB; The. -tscw reapet T .by twenty men ;cou d not be re ape c the' fifteco'.-Kanidi Clly Times. Beat for brightening and preserving DANGEROUS ALIENS TAKEN INTO CUSTODY New; York. OcL to the ontbreatc' ol the Var, Lon-' m representative of the Deutsche ank oE Berlia, and George ;Von eebreck, also formerly cbribected llh a German bank in London, were n into cuELady here Lonlght by lateMJgeuce bureau W-'lhe nary epartment and sent la Ellis Island ir Internment ss dangerous enemy ,iens. Von Saehreck is belieyed io 3 the son of General Baron Von cebreck, commander of'the German enth army corya Both ed from England'to eacane intem- t there as enemy-aliens and came the United Slates. Bolt were DOWIT by .reputation to'many Amer- :an bankers and'fourid i obtaining employment with the uaranly Trust Company, oi.tbls'city. COMPOSITE UNITS TO BE IMPROVED Oct.. bat- alJon conditions are lo 1m- rovcd, according-to official wort] re elved from Ottawa loday ,Major General B. WHaon, G.O.C. The oldlers In composite battalions on uard duty will henceforlh not only re- elve the same acparaMon al owanccs as the men cm duty. but on dlacbarged they will be granted substantial honorariums ac- llnp to their length of service. FORMAL INVESTIGATION the Washinglon, aenatc 'commlUw 'inTesifealfnE Hcna- :or' Larollette's St. hearing ----------f-------le pre- sented A' formal .demand the aljCdrmal co'py ol the charges a'galrial thai he be wrtnltled to siimrndtL and crfrsgcjiani- ne Tlils atari of the proceedings the committee went Into executive session to. consider ,he demand. CAPT. MILLER .GETS A BIG'PROMOTION BranKord, Oct. Captain Frederick W. M.C., quartermaster general of fifth Can- adian division who lelt Branlford with the ftrsl Canadian contlngentra9 a lieu- tenant, has'received further promo- tion. Today'newK was received that he had been-appointed general and aasljlant adjutant ot the fifth Canadian division', with'the rank of lleulennnl roloncl. lie ha: iron Ihe Cross. TRIAL OF HUNS IN U. S. ON CONSPIRACY 1 Chlcaso, OcL (rtti oif Cua- tav II. Jncobsen, Albert.QcorKO. Paul Hoehm and Hcrtmbi La Gupta, chnri- ed bejun today before Federal JaAgt Baron Von Relswlli, fromw Oeraiti .co'nnul j In Chicago, wai lildldH with the olhcrj, but-la now In Oernsnjr- Jacob. Is a wenllbr Chicago ml ---'r -'n 11 Lanada fails us. in -October- toe must curtail j; activities. from letter from Sir Arthnr- Stanley, Chairman, Execntive .Committee, British Red; Cross.' i Canada's answer is, that the noble work of the British Red Cross iniist go on, unfettered, unhampered, "Canada stands fast. on October 18th, will prove it. Ji' Generously TKe was Greater (I f r, V v--- A Few Ftcta Bbwt Brituh ReJ Tte BrrtUb.Red droi.' Societf Is the only instiUitkra which carries >-oluntary aid'io the Sick and- Woudded ithe BritUh forces on ard sell' In 'every Ihl woA'ia'th erefeft the untq u of all cuM it mibjccU, wBrthfr living Is UM BritnJi hlMKla the, Itominloiu and Colonies bfjiAd tint MM, or In rtiirtriei, SENT OUT OF BRITAIN spent on work in Easl Africa. spent on buildlngrancl equip- ting 'St. John Brigade Hospital, itablei, (520 .beds) ind 600 on equipment iii'iinle'ii- worth ol Surgical Dress- ings, hospital. equipment, neces- saries and comforts of all kinds despatched mainly abroad. Articles bedding >and llospilal. and Kqu'rpment sent away, mamly .abroad. Parcels o( Pood an' Cloth- ing, sent from British; Prisoners of in ciieriiv coun- tries. Invalid kitchens attached tn hos> liitals in Main, .Salonika and ligypt, buffcls, aun'shcllcrj, bilh- ing sheds, lea rooms for wounded. and .conval-; eseent In figypl, Malta and Salonika. Surgeons, nurses, V, 'A, tl.'s, slrefcher-borers, hospUzI lies and ambulance drivers now serving -j 190 women Ambulance Drivers Serving abroad. i tfccl, equip and maintain recreation and refreshment in'.l'rancc. 7 Rest Billions in France for .wounded men en route, M well as hostels for relatives rislling 'wounded, and rest homes for nursci. 16 Store Depots for hospital necessaries, clc. 12 Jlranch Offices for Itnqufries for Wonnded and Missing. tptnl on work in-Italy. spent on work in-Serbia and Montenegro. spent on work in Roumania, spent on Russia, t ;