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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - April 27, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE TWELVE THE LETMBRIDGE DAILY HERALD SATURDAY, AI^RIL 27, 1918 His PUFFED UP Bays Allies Are Racking, Theii -Brains lo Discover Its \ Secret 3\'c\r Yovl;. April 27.---Tho r.r)'m;in feople arc informed tluu ilio long auge guns now bomlAivdiiis Paris uark "the greatest progri's^ in tlio fie-relopment of firn utms since \hc in-'ention of powder." in ::n eulogistic irfiele sen! out by tlie sonii-otrit-ial A'olff BurciUi and publislu-d in tlie aerman newspapers \in(ler K Uerlin late on March The Wolff dispaicU ,'ollows: "hi vain our enemies are racking 'Jieir brains to solve the secret of our fiant cannon wiil; uliich we are boni-aarding Paris, '["hoy believe they lave found tlie sohttion in an Austrian �ng barrel cantioii. "in view of tiiese reports it Must lip itate-d tJiat for this hilesi war upon ^hich. with its long range and accur-Icy of aim. represents ilie preatcsi irogress in the development of fire irms liince the inveutioii of powder, vc liave to tliank solely German Iciencc and German industry." The Cologne Gazette of Mr.rch SI. a joijy of which has been reeeive(i iiere, in an article lieaded: "The .liltl liilometrc cannon." saJTs: "Forty-two centimetre mortars In August. Ifll'l. smashed fortresses which up until then had been considered as laodern and impregnable. At that moniont there began a now period ol" liie construction of fortresses. '.March 31, 1918, brought the technical wonder of the 120 Ivilometre can-no.i and with it the beginning of a new era in the history of the construction of cannon, whiidi. however, may be of Car grcaier iiiiportauce in the course of the war. and. perhaps, for peace than the 42 centimetre mortar. "Xow that tliG possibilit>- of such techuicul achieVluuents have been domonstratetl, there will not no much to ijrcvcTit the great I'clligerent nations from manufacttiriii;; such caiinoir. Of course, such giant lauuon will be the e.Kccptiou in artillery eriuipment. for they uix> exiiensive, heavy anil probably may be used only tor a limited number of shots." Want Increased Pay-Arc Get-tins '^''O 1^'*>' Now WINNIPEG RED CROSS Winnipeg. April 27.-As a result of the Red Cro.^s drive in Greater 'Winnipeg the fund wag enriched by $G57.5USi. according to the certified statement jusi issued by the executive. The cost of condttciing the campaign was \"ancouver. .April 1'7.-Members of the Civic Kmployccs Ciiion, following the uliimatnni presented the city council hist Tuesday, aiitoiiiaticully ceased WDik at iu)oii today to enforce their demand for an jncri>ase In wages of -."i c'.'iits per day. Tiiey number about '�'00 men. .Vcting MayiU' Owen promis-i'd 10 consider the matter at a special ineoiiiig of the city council to he held Holiday morning Iml^he Union declined to defer action until that date, stating that llu'y had "inade repeated/ reaacsts r()r a readjustment of the! wage scale prior to putting in the; ultiiuatuni. Some of the alrtermen re-j (3nt what they term "the dictatorial) tons of ilie- union represeutraives" i aiul the-1usist!ence that the city �must> increase the s;iiiiata.^ of the parks: .�-lides ill order that the iiarlts employ-i ecs lie I'aid the increased scale." j I'rior to the men going out thev THE HICK-SEHL HARDWARE CO. Older Men in City Employ Have Reen Superceded Hy Others At Higlier Wages 07i>. which bv taking credit for sub-i Pn^"' i'' i'"'-" out thevj scriptions received from firms and in-|:':adc arrangements for the leeding of, dividual? to whom iiavraents for ex-; the animals in the park zoos and the; penses were made, is fiirther reduced i''^-�^li".'^ "-i'^' horses m the city sta-i to SI.SO."). Of the amount subscribed!'''''"^- ?I72.21o' is uiroady iu tie coffers of 1 ''"I't' 1>'''^''? ^'f^n receiving from the fund. Guaranteed Furnaice Results Heat-sufficient volume to warm the lioine, -even distribution to all the rooms in the home,' -the right quality to keep the home healthy, -at a reasonabltt cost for fuel, -^witii minimum effort in management, and '-without dust, smoke, ash or gas escaping into the air of the home. Those are the results you have a right to e.xpect from your furnace. Those are what you should insist on getting, from it,? � The Sunshine Furnarft, installed the McClary way, gives those results. It has been getting those results in every kind of home and building throughout Canada for eighteen years. The Sunshine Furnace when installed the AlcCIary way is sold with the absolute guarantee that you will get those results. X Engineering Service Free, v McCaiy's ovrn heating engineers are at your str\-ice when you bnr ft Sunthiae Furnace, to give you free expert advice on, yo-jr home-her.Un^ requirements. Write to ttie nearest McClory Branch, and ask for particulars about this aer%-ice. A booklet, "Comfort iu the Home, 'mates dear aU the tiiiaga you want to about Xurnaces and it is sent free on request. Wdsay's Sunshine furnace London Toronto Montreal Winnipeg Vancouver Calgary St, John.N.B, Hamilton Edraonton Saskatoon FOF? SALE BY V THE DIXON SHEET METAL CO. to for an oight-iiour day. They comprise men of the scaveuK-int;, waterworks and transport depart-! meats, together with the four bridge � tenders. ) The local t?amsters .union has notified the General Cartage association. I an organization of local employing firms, comprising jiracticaily all the teamsters and transfer firms in the city, that the teamsters union will consider any action to handle the city scavenging department work by contract as an action in opposition to union principles and may act accordingly. The six men of the street cleuninfc department who called for thotr time ye;ilc'rd;iy, owinR to dissatisfaction over what they term discrimination in the wages of the department, nve still idle, and their places are being filled with other nian. The main grieyancc of the'men is thai new men were put on recently at ji) cpiils nn hour, while old men in the department, who iiave been witU the city for seven years, received no raise. Two of these men, one of whom was Jimmy l*iirdiicj a quntiit character known to everybody in the city, have heon receiving 33 cents an hotir. Tlicy claim that new tnen wore put on easier work at 3S� cents an hriur. and that they should have been offered ' the easier work at the better wage in place of the new men. JJr. Purdue hay lost a son at the front in this war. Other men in the department are receiving ;15 cents an hour. The discrimination in the wages is tho main kick. "U'hether their cases will be considered by the public works department the men do not know, but th-?y consider that they are out in tho cold now that other men are 'oeinif hired in their places. $1:75 Three^iiart "Wear-Ever'' Aluminum Covered Sauce Pan For Only Replace UtensUs That Wear OUT With UtensUs That "Wear-EVER" AND COUPON IS WIFE ALSO ARRESTED, ill Aluminum utensils are NOT "all the same." That's why so many women prefer "Wear-Ever." Qet this kettle and see for yourself the difference. Refuse substitutes. Xew "i'ork. April ;T.-When Carl Schubert was arrested yesterday on a cliivge of .having dealings witii a man specified by Federal officers as a German agent, his wife was taken into custody with him. She was the first v.-onuin arrested here under the new enemy alien regulations. �Schubert also is accused of having been employed by Count Von Berns-torff, while he was in this country. 120 Have Been Secured Between Lethbridgre and Macleod in Past Week CALL^ED IT OFF. iiinneapolis, April -'7.-The propos-! ed one-day strike on May 1, by all lo-' cal labor unions as a protest against �the death sentence imposed'on Tho-i mas -Mooney, convicted in San Pran-� Cisco of complicity In a bomb outrage. I has been called off. The war situation I and the necessity of disrupting American industry as little as possible led ; to the abandonment of the strike pro-! grammi^ OSE"OmETff'FflB LIVEB Ai BOWELS WHEN CONSTIPATED V^hen Binous, Headachy, Sick, f�r Sour Stomach, Bad Breath, Bad Colds.. . Between Lethbi^jdge and Macleod about 120 recruits have been secured in the past .week lor the R.N.W.M.P. overseas force, a record highly satisfactory to the officrs in charge of the two divisions. Lethbridge has secured in ai! about 70 men. Of these .15 are going to Kegina today, including the boys of the local basketball team who joined the un'it, Th^ Royal Flying Corps is also doing good work. ' Four applications were accepted this week, and this fr.orning Sheriff Voung interviewed four wore applicants before 10 o'clock. .-V couple of these were from Plncher Creek. Lethhritjgc has already sent a large numbei' of flyers to the war and it appears tbat_ hiany more intrepid .young Lettibpidire "meti will yet join the flying wing. Get a 10-cent Dox. . . Take a Cascaret tonight to cleans* your Liver, Stomach and Bowels, and I you will surely feel great by mcmln�. You men and women who have headache, coated tongue, a bad cold, are bilious,' nervous, upset, bothered with a aick, gassy, disordered atomach, or have backache and feel all worn out. Are you /keeping your bowels clean with Cascarets-or merely forcing a passageway every few days with aaltS; cathartic pills or castor oil? Cascarets immediately cleanse and regulate the stomach, remove the sour, undigested and fermenting food and foul gases; take the e.\cess bile from the liver and carry off the constipated waste matter and poison from tho bowels. Remember, a Cascaret tonight will Btraighten you out by morcing. A 10. cent box from your druggist means healthy bowel action; a clear head and choerlulness for months. Don't forget tho children.-AdvertiBement m N DISTRIGI. LARGE Latest figures compiled by the Herald from board of trade reports, figures gathered by banks and other authoritative sources ' show that shipments .of grain from the district centering on Lethbridge since the beginning of the 1017 crop year on Sept. j 1 last have aniounted to over seven-' leen and three rjuarter m'illion bushels, while farm.ers have ill store more than a million and a half bushels, mak- \ ing a total crop already moved yOf j about 19,2.50,U00 bushels, with four months of the crop year still to come. These figures indicate a return of about ?40,000,000 to the district on the crop already marketed. It is expected that shipments for' tho next four months will be fairly large, and that the total crop of last'year in the Lethbridge railway district will aggregate around the 21,000,000 bushel mark. This Is considerably-lower than the 1916 figures, but taWng it altogether, it is a very satisfactory ..return. lERlEOF" STORY OF MA EMPLOY OOR QUICK RELIABLE SERVICE G^r big furniture van and auld van insures careful handling with no jarring: or scratching your piano or furniture. Charges reasonable. THE McLEAN TRANSFER 313 SIXTH STREET SOUTH PHONE 1097 "Our local merchants have a continuous and well warranted cotjiplaint against Lethbridge people dealing with mall order houses,," said President i Marnoch of the Board of Trade to the : Herald today. "Hut there' is another side lo the,picture. 1 have seen lately packages of mucsmnl made in Minneapolis set out for sale In several of our. Lethbridge grocery stores. The Lethbridge-made macaroni is of the best, .so the Minneapolis stuff can be no better. Then why do our merchants not buy it?" "1 saw at the depot the other day a parcel of trees that had come Irom a place in Manitoba, addressed to a station on the Foremost line. Strange, isn't it, when the Mitchell Nursery at Coaldkle ha.s everything that a man can want in tho way of nursery stock, trees, shrub.s and small fruits, thoroughly tried and tested through a long BorleB of years. Truly, human nature fH a perverse and ununderstandable auanlity." Clip the Coupon-Present it and get one of"" these durable "Wear-Ever" Kettles. THE HICK-SEHL HARDWARE CO. "Wear-Ever" Coupon In order that the fOiCtory may have an accurate record of the number of these 4-quart-wino' measure-"Wear-Ever" Aluminum Kettles sold at this special price, we are required" to return to tho factory this coupon with  purchaser's name, address and date of purcha.se, which must not bo later than closing date of this sale, plainly Witten thereon. Name.......................................... Address.........................,............... Citv.................�........ Date.............. THE HICK-SEHL HARDWARE CO., LIMITED TmmiiiiiiiiiiiiinrrTTTTTTTmrmTTimi^ bwer 13 To-day's Chalmefs has a remdrkabl^ engine. It' is a great engine because it has conquered low-grade gasoline. Many other fine engines are falling off in performance because of poor gasoline. The great Chalmers engine thrives on it; ^ ^ Chalmers owners get such spirited performance as used to be obtainable only from good gasoline-and only in summer -weather. The Chalmers is. powerful, alert, flexible. On cold days, it gets started quickly. There is no waiting to "warm up." It uses any grade pf gasoline and turns it into high power. The reason for this is clear. In the Chalmers engine, gasoline of any grade is vaporized to the last drop. It goes into the cylinders hot and rare, just right for perfect concibustion. None is trapped and cooled on the way. So, raw gasoline is not carried to the cylinders. , _ For, the great Chalmers has two features. One, the "hot spot," breaks up the gasoline into the finest vapor. The other, the " ramshorn " manifold, carries the vapor directly to the cylinders. Not a short bend, corner or crevice in this manifold. No place for gas to cool... No *' condenser " for raw gasoline. You can see these features and understand them. Come down, by all means, and let us show and prove this great engine.. Drive the new Chalmers yourself. If you are looking for high-grade performance in an economical, business-like car, you will be delighted with today's Chalmers. If you are a critic of motor performance take a turn at the wheel and let the great Chalmers engine tell its own story. Anytime. t the great Chalmers engine 7-tassingtr - - ?!,990.00 Sedan - - -5-passcnger - - $1,915.00 Cabriolet - -RoadstiT - - - $Lfil5.00 Limousine, - - ?.2,K.5.0O - f2,375.00 - fl,235.00 Town far - - - $4,235.00 Limousine Landaulet, $4,31.5.00 . Town Car Landaulet, $4,315.00 D. S. WILLIAMSON & CO. 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