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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 29, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta SATURDAY. SEPTEMBER 29, 1017 THE DAILY PAGE ELEVEN Heavy Loss of Life in Huge Floods in China MEN SHE AT. Sept. Z7. ler U slill rising In Ho Hooded city of Tien Tain, according 10. advices rock- ing Lore. Tho eleilrlcai service and the voter supply have been complete- ly disarranged, and the steamer ser- vice discontinued belwceu Tieil Tsln and Sb.angusl.'' Small boats arc Inade- quate lor the rescue work owing lo Ike turbulent water and tlie great number ot homeless. It la estimated (lilt squaro miles In the jiroYlnc-0 of Cbl-LI have been flooded wllh. a heavy loss ot lire. Tho railways between Pekln and Nan- Vln and coiinecllug with Hankow liavo been washed out In many places! It IB reported Ilia! farmers living on tuo soutb side ol lha Yellow rlvor havo. cut dlket on (lie uorlb sldo of the stream la order to save themselves. Tlielr elTorts bave caused the, flood tt-aters to diverge Into tho ancient channel wlikh dug by the way ot Tien Tsln and abandoned centuries ago. A porlloo of the Italian coarMSlosE In Tien Tsln, artificially twenty reel higher than Ibo other concessions la the only dry part ot tho city. Tho railway from Tekln to TlenTclu Is still operating. (From Our Own corrMponil-nO Dlalrmore. Sept. miners or rrcenbtn mines ato on strike today, over a. disagreement on ttic disparity n wages earned by tho different class- Dank clearings lor tho month. or September In tho city passed (lie three and a half million mark, roach- tiif as agalnsl for tbe ir.oulli of September last year. u difference ol or nn In- crease of or nu Increase of nearly a' 'million.: -'-.I Victoria Vlclorti, Sept. Hank clearings for the 'mouth of September year 1315. -Vancouver Yancouter, Sept. 29. hank clearings' for Scutcmlier, J30.527; last year, am! In 1315, f2-l.350.S12. Calgary Calgary, Sept. Hani clearings for September last year Winnipeg. '_. Winnipeg. Sept. clearings tor Ilia mouth ot September.uo nnd1 for the corresponding month UE! year, and In 1515, H02.27C.3JC. Fo'rt William. Fort William. Out, Sept. :9-Clear- Ings rnouth September last year Edmonton Edmonton, Sept. clear- ings for September 10.715.3G6; corres- ponding monlll last year tS.lGG.SG5. BRITISHER WRECKED. Port Ejlzahelh, Cape .Colony, Sept. "Urfltsh barque 'Co'lpnlal Eiu. tons, lias LceaX wrecked. The crew was saved and .tlie fargo la .belug salvaged. There'are- spiders; In Japan' (hat spin vrebs on telegraph: fires heavy enough' ivLen wet to abort circuit on ground currents. To automatically.' .print advertise menls on rolls ol wrapping paper Ir stores Is the purpose ot a recently patented device. i ep ot the employees Iti the mines. It lr, eipected will soon bo reached. Thcro1 IE said (o be a great disparity In Ibo amounts ol mon- ey earned by the coutracl men aud Where. ALLIED CONFERENCE. Paris, Sept. Temps an- nounces that thero will bo a. meeting of the Interallied conference at an early dale. Dr. W. D. LeSeur a noted Canadian author. Is dead at Ottawa. The central figure is Cunning, the "miracle who with his company of woudcr workers, comes to the Majestic for five nights, starting next Monday, October lei. Three Times As Many Peofile Buying Franklin A typical IMuitcirtlon Is the change. in standard! of .judg- ing and motor car. Only a Vhort lime back a car. ha'J to. b'e but practical the average motor-lit: In. upkeep hetauM on ponderous mechanlirn-. 'r. didn't 'worry hlrn wtf conVparlng Tire economy was not In his mind because ridwarjudglng- freezing mixtures for an unnecMtary water-cooling ay at em. And oelllng rid of his old car at a fire-sate price for i new model of another make he figured wat part of the game. Today economy both In gasoline- and (s being forced pn the attention of motorliti. By rlsfng costs, by Gov- by and magazfncs (he problem l> before the motorist What Is he to do? He Is looking for a way some way to cut his cost In snd maintain his mileage, He nSuif'get down to facts and figures. Know what Ihe car he intends buying will actually do on a pal Ion of Disc- line and a let of tlrei. Take Into consideration the deprecia- tion each year. And tern his back on pleasing and tempting There's lets mystery than one thinks about thli economy problem, A car has thrift or It hasn't. Something "in U like the proberblal "something Jusl as good." (U An unfailing gauge of the worth of any fine car today Is the way It It selling today. economy befor'e.Severythlhg elte.'-iqulcktntd thli movement. Today, at for fifteen years, the Franklin Car trfandi as the moil efficient and In America.' Juct consider the algniflcance of the National Efficiency Tett of 179 Franklin Carl o? July 13th, 1917. Over all sorts of roads, In weather partly fair and partly rainy, theie ctra recorded at 179 different polnti In the United States the re- markable average of 40.3 miles the single gallon of gasoline. This record shows what the Franklin does under standard efficiency teit rules. The practical motorist might ask him- self what any other make of car can do along the same linos. iuch a comparative test offers a standard which owner, opera-. tlon'can modify In the-satne respect a'gainsl.one and another.- ;j High gasoline mileaje meant economy all along the (me. It lakes no expert to know that if a car Is overburdened with heavy weight and underjoln'glco'nitant the gai- ollne tank will feel It by low mileage. I Take For five years Franklin owners have been re- porting their Individual tire mileage. The average for this five ye.r period I] mtfes. Now compare the annual depreciation of the average fine ear with the Franklin. Look over the 'dally used-car advertise- ments and visit places selling uted-cars. It's a rare caw when you find the Franklin. It you why Is It quoted to high? There It something Here for every motorlit to think about and these are days when a motorist has to think if he wants to rlde; Touring Car, 2280 Cabriolet, 2485 Ibi...........12850.00 Town Car, 2610 Ibs. Runabout, 2164 Ibt.......... J20QO.OO Sedan, 2610 Ibt............. (2950.00 Limousine, Four-pats Roadster, 2280 Ibi. Brougham, 2576 All Prices F. O. B, Syracuse 1'KANKLIiV AUTOMOBILE COMPANY SYRACUSE, N. S. A. i V., D.S. WILLIAMSON GO. DISTRIBUTORS FOR SOUTHERN v. 120 NINTH STREET S., LF.THBRIDGE of Quality and Style In Buying Rings From Us Ii' you're toulcmplaUug; buying nn cugagciiHmj ring, a wedding jjrcs- out or any ollici1 gift- in jewelry you waul Unit (o be worth whi'le-r'i yon ivuui H (o have a mil value nni) also lo.exin'e.ss your generosity. x Oui1 jewelry is always backed by mi guahmtce. Von can always the newest ideas and the best oi' quality things you always want. See Our Special Engagement Kings at niul THESE ARE EXCELLENT VALUES. Our new stock of diamond rings Is jusl in. Tt is the finest we've ever shown and offers the largest stock i n the city to select from. EVE SPECIALIST IN CHARGE OF OPTICAL DEPARTMENT. R. A. WRIGHT ISSUZR OF MARRIAGE LICENSES NO WITNESSES REQUIRED LETHBHIDGE THE CITY'S LEADING JEWELER ESTABLISHED 1B98 ALBERTA 111: BERLIN REPORT. Berlin, Sept. an- nouncement made (culny that London and ecver.il places on Hie soiilhern coast ot Kngland have btcn again attacked with bombs by German, Jnder Certain War Conditions Prohibited Exports Will Come to .Canada i Ottawa, Sept. department. I ,f t ratio and commerce has rccelveil urther information from' Wash.nElon especflng the licensing of certain 01- tortg "vrhoso conservation .s necessary Ottawa, Sept. cornmillec in accomif'or the Knitted supply and {appointed lo Investigate''the nriceof he-needs of the United Slates in cleaned np nil their iirlmary successful prosecution of the irar." Among the ciporls licensed arc Iron steel products necessary lo Cana- dian war and commercial industries. .Vntle Inn exports administrative hoard-of the United States lia.-i prac- -Ically prohlblliil the export.ot these nrllclcs. export licenses may be grant- dcslincii for actual war purposes or when contrfliiitc thorelo.' directly E Wcl.antl, OnL, Sepl. vie (s, Russell Walters, doing a nJnel monlhs term, .MJke Crisetle, tier a 12 raonllia sentence for.) Ing a woraan In I'ort Colbome, severr-l doors ID the county jail and] made good their escape and ao far i trace of .tneoi iias been found; .Sev4 1 other jirisonera ma opporion I Ity lo escape, but did nut leave. "ll After several -years of experiiDetiL'] _.ig tlie proiluctlpn ot the castor Jo plant in Columbia bu reached th succcssTul stage. In certain unusual cases vrlicn such cinorts will contribute directly :o the Immerffate prortuclfon of imnorl- an( comraodfllcs required by Ilie Unit- ed (c) And also In certain oilier casca where the articles may Lc exported in limited quantities without derllment to tho United States. (d) Kurllier, licenses may also Lc Granted tor limited quantities of these conserved articles when required for medicinal or pharmaceutical purposes, A committee .of leading iron and steel men, working In connection with the "department or 'tr.ido nnd com- inerce, haa Leen appolnled lo securu InCormfitlon on tho effect In Canada of the United Stales regulations. Tlic dif- ficulty'arises chiefly In connoctlpn with Ifid.ialrlcs not Indus- tries although related thereto. Iron 'unil steel "destined for actual war purposes" can Le securetJ. lint concerns not cnsflScd In the maminfc- lure ot war Bupplles will be unable lo sccuro Iho articles listed, unless Ific regulations aro relaxed work on Saturday morning and ad- jouTi.ctl for an Indefinite pencil. Jl Is iiroljatilo, lioivcver, (hat .tlie TC- porls which be llic roundalloji of Hie InvcstfeAllon ivlll In Food Controller Haiina's linnila by pclober SO, The commillco '.Till ILen meet j again In Otlawn lo carry out any instructions or rccouimunclaltous by Mr. Ilanna. T. IJ. Tiialln, chairman of the milk committee of Llic Tooil controller's ciftlcQ, nulhorlzcrt (lie fitnlcmcut Hits mornfnE that the work or the commit- tee will lie cxjipJllcil In every poss- ible way nnd UmL report will be made lo llio food controller before N'ovcnibor I. The question wIH be sent'out Immediately ivltli a reiinpst for prompL replies and If the desired ntormnllou can tic sccuroj In tlmo he commlUcc resume tls alltlnss n Ottawn, The cornnitttee Is lliorou- ;hly representative ol nil of ,'autula and tho memticra arc giving heir services without remuneration. Mrs. J. K, Wcln, and J. W. Work- man, charged Tiy J. K. with at- tempted murder ngatneL blmaeir, hnvo been rcnianucd.from tho police court for trial at ttw-next Bitting ol the criminal suprcoie courl, which- Is In Hie spring. The hflg -aroiiseil 25CEDIS.DESIflOyS Save Your Htlrl H Thick, Wavy and Beautl conslilcrabla locnl Interest as Wcln's atory Is that his who.baa been, ostranEcd from lilm, demanded moneyj from him ui (lie point qf.a.cun, and Ihrcalcned to kill Mm, r Workman 13 clinrgRr. with being ImpHcatcd, In the conaptrncy to do away wllh TMnr lirlttte, colorless and 6cr.iR.jy tifilr Is mule cvltlenco .of a neglected scalp; of bffful scurf. There la nothing so ile'slTucllTiivU (lie hair as dandruff.-I( rona' die lia.r of Us lustre. strength cirl 113 '.ny life, eventually producing A fGvcrlah- ncsR and llcblng of-the II not rcmcdlctl cftiigea-lhc lo altrink, lialr. DanderJae sdrely. sayle your'hifrV'V-V-- 5 n''i n bottle of KnoWlton's DatfricrfndjTi'iiJfiA; 'drug atuie or lollet aftp.r tho rfrst ap; plication your1 jlialir.'will iRkc on'-Lliil Is sd beatltful. It will, f" l.ufry ami' Compressed paper steering for lUiumoblles bave Inrented. ulry a- Bo'lftiesaj b'rit WhaU'w.11 please you mofll will bo after just.n. foK weett'd use; when you will ..feo, a Jot of Tine, downy I over the In Executing a. Design We a.m (o produce the raoirt arMstfc effects by the simplest mclhodfl. This Tcaulta-not.'tmlrJ In a monument of undoubted good laslo. a saving In expense. We are ftl your fiervfco any time frllh oni1 photographs ol deaigoa and MI llmatca of cost. Lethbridge Mono R. Needs, Prop. ;