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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - September 20, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta J>AGE TEN* rm LETiranmoE DAfLY mnxu* FRIDAY. SEPTEMBER 20. 1018- REPLACE ANTHRACITE IN WEST Initial Report of the Scientific and Industrial Research k Committee Ottawa. -Tho first annual report of 3)r. A. H. Mueallum. administrative thatrmau of the advisory council for fi-icntKu' ami iniltmtrial. research, is-Mioil iii printed form today, marks (lie new departure to both mat tor and form of yovernmenlal blue Look*. It parks into .=(>�!' forty puces of clear ami sue-tint statement a titans of most valuable information to industrial I'r.nada. inn! tolls In illuminative maimer of the little Moral, iod hut vitaliy important work of the council. work, under-".akeli by Canada in the autumn of T.t'il. is in brief, as re-ited in the orilor in council conMitut ins 'lie advisory council, the making of "a scientit'n Ftudy of our com mutt utilised rosourc-ft. the waste inn! by-products of our farms, forests, fisheries and imiusV Tiea. with a view to their utili.'.atioh in new subsidiary processes of m.u:uf.ot-lire, thus adding to the wealth and employment of our people." What Has Been Don? So Fsr What the council has already aiiotu- plished. and the problems it is now a! work upon, are summarised hy Dr. Macallmn in his report. As to what has already been accomplished, the report I levers a score or so of subjects of as-isisled research, all connected with ! practical problems of industrial ititer- est and importance ( work of the roum i! , the (loye)opment*of the very latxe ail J llithoriO Ulifxplnilcd l.Kllile deposits in : Western t'.inuila. to which publicity i has already been civen. the special ! ptr.Mems investigated with good prac-' tieal results may he briefly enuinerat- A spei ial stfi iy was made of the com-"menial use- of tar fog. as applied to plants in Canada etmaced m the distillation of coal. wood, tile liquid products resnltin.c from the manufacture i of producer ims. etc. 1 A new process has been found which j will be milizml b> several distillation : plants in Canada in the near future. An investigation was made into the 'commercial feasibility of utilisation for heat and light the farms of the I'rairie Provinces la-' enormous (pian-, Mties of straw, estimated at twentv j million ton-, now annually burned. It tnents now being conducted that retorts and dist IlliiiK apparatus of very simple deslftn and atitomatie in operation can lie supplied to the farmers at i cost of about live hundred dollars each, with the full equipment necessary for heating and liphtins their buildings from waste, straw. The results of fop slpnr.Iiug experiments undertaken nt the instance of the Council forecast a ""w type o'" science for use in the Hiver St. Lawrence and the Gulf, thus making an important contribution to the safety of j St. Lawrence navigation. Studies and experiments on the com-' position of sulphite liquor .waste in Apart from the | Canadian pulp mills, enormous in connection with I quantity and destructive of fish in streams, have given results which point the way to the commercial uti'. iziithui of at least the sugar it con tains to furnish alcohol for industrial purposes. Kxperiments are also being conducted in regard to the production of a rust* resisting wheat, the necessity for which is seen from the fact that, annually more than twenty million dollars is lost through rusted grain in the prairie provinces. These are hut some of the problems which the council nas been worluni. on for the past year. The brief men tion all the subjects on which it has been asked to make special inquiry covers two full pages of the report and includes some seventy problems of applied science. Briquctting of Lignite In regard to the utilization of the undeveloped lignite products in the Prairie provinces an illuminative chapter is given in tin- report. Largely as ;i lesult of the work of the Conn cil the first briquetting plant is now being erected near Kstevan under a *- Production of Liberty motors and of ordnance, particularly eight inch how-it/.ers, are In-rousing, the officials said. The production of motors was said to have passed J.iien have gone to th allies. Liberty motors used in tanks. F ALLIANCE WAS ONE FOR PEACE forremcnts, hut II Is considered I hat it. I." Justified by the, special needs of the agricultural' communities at litis season mid th� importation of Increr.s-oil production. All men on leave nro expected to report promptly on the ."1st of October and an effort will be made to make up for the time lost by speeding up training during the month of October. ;,mm of which navy and the now are being in pure science or in to industry, has been inadequate to our no science and is ds, and unless vigorous action be t.iken. and soon, to reorganize our industries on scientific lines wherever possible, Canada j will fate a very serious Industrial i crisis in the year following the war. , The iinuuttl budget of the .Massachusetts Institute of T> chnology exceeds the total of. the annual exp I all the Faculties o; Appli | In Canada." j j Research Jnstitutr Recommended i i He recommends tip establishment1 'at Ottawa or some other lentre of a,a|]v j Hesearch institute, having the fuue-i tIon oT the lturoati of Standards at ol Washington, or iral Laboratory tached to the institii should be lalioratoi ,,. National Phys-' i;-eal Britain. A' I �". it is suggested.! that may he j :>t the disposal of guilds or assocla-i tions -"or research which may he] founded by the various Canadian in-1 dustries. each in its own line, the firms or compntiie- which are unable to undertake exp- i internal invesiga-; tion with the ob.e c; of improving; their manufacturing processes. I The report goes a' some length into! the detail of establishing such an in | sli'ute and the formation of trade i guilds for research Into common proti-1 buns. It may be noted in this con-| nection that splendid results hnve j already been achieved in Hngland ; since the war began through, government -assisted: industrial research. \ The Hritisti parliament has voted one-, million pounds, sterling for a five-year, budget for this purpose. In Canada; the parliamentary appropriation to | assist the work of the council for | Scientific and Industrial Research is: comparatively absurdly small. Would Be Powerful Stimulus j In Dr. MacaUum's summing up oft 'tie argument for the creation of a1 Central Research lnstl'iite. h" says Paris. Sept. 20.-Documents establishing the pacific nml purely ttefeu-alve nature of the alliance between Krauce and .Russia lire published in the Yellow Hook, distributed in the chamber of deputies yesterday. The early negotiations showed that both I Kmperor Alexander of Utisula nml ' lien. HolsdefCre. the French reprer ' sentutive, insisted upon the pacific r character of the convention. ( Kmperor Alexander Hesitated at the! outset, fearing that partlzans out of revenge for IS70 might precipitate aj applied j conflict. The first conversations t utterly j becoming known in Berlin, the i!er-J man emperor became concerned. He) is reported in one document as *te-! Blotting not having attacked France) in 1SS7." M. -Montehello. the French auihas- ! sailor to Russia, finally announced the j agreement In a dispatch to .M. Kibot. foreign minister, on March ISO:!. ; nditure of j saying, "the principle of reciprocal' d Science ' assistance and mobilization is accept! i ed." It was stipulated that France and Russia would mobilize their ' forces only if the triple alliance mob- i ilized first. The convention was fin- ' (included on Pec. IS. and , was preceded by the famous recep- i Hon to the Russian marines in Paris. \ PERSHING APPRECIATES BRITISH CONGRATULATIONS London. Sept. 2(1.- Field MnrshaJ.. IfalR issued todny an order-or-tho-tltiy, In which he reported an appreciation trnin lien. Porahiug of the, Urltlsh armies/ coiigralulntionH ovor tho recent. American victory. Tho order says Dial (!en. Pershing'* message expressed appreciation for the sontlmenlii of the "veteran British army, whoso heroic conduct Is an Inspiration to all," and thnt. Oon, PerBhing, "extends to that splendid army tho affection and regatd of the young American nrmy and assures us that. it. will battle, side hy side with us until a permanent, peace Is secured." i The Foot Toggery The naval convention which was concluded in 1'->V2. provides that the naval forces of France and Russio shall cooperate whenever their land forces take combined action Under the alliBtice. EXTENSION LEAVE FOR SOLDIERS ON ARE YOU SURE THAT THE THINGS YOU PUT ON YOUR TABLE ARE GOOD AND PURE.' YOU CAN BE SURE THEY ARE IF THEY COME FROM OUR STORE. WE KEEP ONLY THE BEST QUALITY OF GROCERIES AND WE SELL THEM FOR THE LOWEST POSSIBLE PRICE- WE KNOW FROM EXPERIENCE HOW KTXJCH TO ORDER SO WE CAN ALWAYS KEEP A FRESH SUPPLY COMING IN, YOU WON'T GET STALE GROCERIES FROr# US-BUT FRESH QUALITY GOODS. ml eVelop. of lee HIGH- FRUIT For this week early buying. end is in excellent condition and -�ould advise Crab Apples. Hyslop No large case ............ Peart, Flemish Urge case . Peaches, B. C case ....... Prunes, Italian. 1s. 3.10 Beauties, choice, ........... 3.80 Elbertas, per ........... 1.95 No. 1 stock. 1.80 Celery. B.C.. per lb....... Sweet Potatoes, per lb, 2 for .10 .25 Green Tomatoes, Territls, per lb........................05 Larger quantities, per lb. .04' Ripe Tomatoes, choice firm atock, basket ............40 4 basket ease .......'.. 1.50 Green Peppers, per lb......35 Cauliflower, large white heads, .12'-2 and ................15 WE ARE ADVISED THAT t. ':r>-The militia department has issued the followitiR statement in reference to harvest leave-. "Instrui (ions were i�.-ned by tele-iti'.iiti from militia lictnbiuiirter- to all military districts on th" 1 lth i.esiati', extending harvest leave until Oct. -'1. to all men iu raiegorios 'A.' and C," who were actually uorkl-ic; on farms and required for th" purpose saving the crops, subject to imme-�sity arise. hy th,. 1 with all o as to avoid all unneeesf,avy nd expense. Supplementary In- Canadian I diate recall ,-hoi.M the ic-i ltnniauders wer same wire, ordered to if cases, 1 ravel i structions were ulso forwarded to I military commanders to notity all men | by telegram or letter in order that It might not be necessary for men to return to their headquarters to obtain extension of leave. This extension of leave of absence extends to all men to whom leave has beep given to permit litem to worl; on farms whether such leave was granted by commanding ofticers or leave of absence boards. Any mill by whom notification has not been received shall com municate at once with his command ing officer. "This action thus taken will to some extent retard the flow- of rein- "Queen Quality" Brand in Ladies' Wear Never before were we able to offer such bargains in Ladies' Suits, Coats and Dresses as we are today. "QUEEN BRAND" quality and style are admitted by all to be the best obtainable. Our small expenses together with practical experience allow us to sell, at a price that will please all. GEO. KERR Phones 1453 and 1365 313 Fifth Street South Our Special offer for Sat'day September 21st, is 10 per cent, off any Suit, Coat or Dress in the Store Come in and try on one of our coats; we will not ask you to buy. THAELL THE TAILOR 608 Third Avenue S. J 1. SHOES FOR ALL AGES Boys'Shoes We have tlum made ' good polld Block with double Hole, standard screw and fair (itltcli, that will stand some rough wear. Prices run from Is to 5s, $3.75 to $6.00 pair A boys therefore of inferior it shoe pays rade. travels (en timer; to buy solid sho"r farther dully than your own. at a higher price than thoBO Wo can give you wear value for money invrslfd. W. J. Nelson & Co. COR. THIRD AVE. AND SEVENTH ST. S.-SHERLOCK BLDG. I Pay Day Specials Hyslop Crab Apples, per case Italian Prunes, per case .... Ripe Tomatoes, per case .... Green Tomatoes, per lb. $3.00 $1.85 $1.10  3V-2C PEACHES AND PEARS w : hlpnii  Mtlll nt. huv� a few (iifiea hut expeel That thin will be the last. BOOTS AND SHOES We have several broken lines clearing out at .special prices. in boota nml .shoes which -.\ e SPECIAL IN CUPS AND SAUCERS Plain White, per dozen................ $2.00 Clover Leaf, per dozen.................$2.35 R. B.MORDEN Phone 1356 CANADA FOOD BOARD LICENSE No. 8-10562 526 13th St. N. Choice Young Beef for Tomorrow Fed by Mr. S. Turnage, Iron Springs Prices Lower Than Ever Choice Pot Roast from shoulder with blade bone removed.......................20c per lb. Boiling Beef, from plate or brisket, 17V2C per lb. Prime Rib Roast...............23c per lb. NO DELIVERY Westminster Meat Market 310 THIRTEENTH STREET NORTH 865223 ;