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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - August 14, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta iPAGE EIGHT THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HEBALD WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 14.1918 Y FOLK 0 AID FARMERS Ottawa, Aug. 14.-Hon. T. A. Crerar, minister of agriculture, makes an urgent appeal no residents of towns and cities to assist in harvesting operations. NEWSPRINT CONFERENCE. Otl:\wa, Aug. H.-A c!olpf:,itian , of Jicwsprinl inaiuri.icturors i^itK the brand j'ou are using; Has nothing to do with your success v?ith SEAL BRAND COFFEE Rightly chosen-expertly blended-perfectly roasted-"Seal Biand" comes to you 'jJith all its rich, aromatic fla-Oor sealed in the tin and reBd:J to delight ^ou with its rare delidousness. In J4A ond ?. pound tins-in tKt? t*ttn, grtiuncJ, erfinc ground for fwrcoiaton. Haat uca luJ-PERFECT COF. FEE- PERFECTLY MADE"? WtUt for a copy. 197 CHASE a SAKBORR. MOMTREiL l.or.ihiii. AiiK. II.-"l.iUf llio mlnis-ifrs and tlir iiros-. I liavi> luado ro;>k's Tours of I lie front." dei'lared Ulsliop l-"allon amidst .sood lioarly laiiKiitci" ''il I the Canadian Pay t'orps dinner last \ ni.chi. [ircsidcd over by fjeneral Ross. ! Pro.eediiii; in a similar vein, tlie ' !!;-:ho[i said; "I am sorry lo sny the I .inly iriiiclsm 1 have heard of Cana-di.ins" efiii.-ts )ias romo from Cana-di.ins ai home. Therefore 1 hope meni-; Wr^ of the press liero now will in-:sirnet and inform the people at homo I of il;e wonderful things we have accomplished. 1 do not for one moment mean Canada alone i.s winning this war. hut there is no section doing ft.s share more thofoUKhly than that ele-Iment led by General Cnrrle ia HYance i and General Turner in Knglnnd and General .MeVbiini in Canada." Earlier in the evening General Turner, alluding to this week's successes hy the Canadians, spoke significantly of the value of keeping reinforcements in Kngland at full strength. "B,-ittn!ions may go into line in full fettle." he said, "but after the first round they look around for reinforcements. I am confident we shall have sufficient reinforcements here now to take care of onr force in what will prove to be the greatest tight, of the last four years." Stands By Efforts. General Mewbnrn declared amidst loud cheers: "1 am prepared to stand jor fall by my efforts to support the 1 corps at the front. I feel our efforts I in Canada have not been in vain. 1 When I was in Canada men could not i understand why men in Kngland could I not be used as reinforcements, but , they don't ktiow these men are used to i create a reserve force and to build up I the morale of the corps as they come .. in." ' "Cicrfral Mawbiim alsa expressed . iiie hjpe thai in years to come a scheme would be promoted whereby : military units would be able XSi carry b.it';o honors won by their own men on their colors. C. G. Ballantyne expressed the be-I lief that Canada scon would liave a maritime unit of its own working in harmony with the admiralty. Sir George Perley proposed the health of the visiting pressmen. JI. rl. .lennings responding. REST AT THE CHATEAU iCAKELOyiSE Where the windows frame million dollar pictures of peaks, lakes and glaciers. 'In the Lake, ever changing, is Beauty herself, as nearly >v'ts;ble to the mortal eyes as she may ever be." In the heart of the Canadian Pacific Roclcies Alpine climbing with Swiss guides-trails to Lakes in the ' Clouds-metropolitan cuisine. Get to know Canada better ASK FOR RliSORT TOUR NO. J. E. PROCTOR, District Passenger, Agent, Calgary. N OEilANDS Caigar.v. Aug. 14.-Local representatives at the Winnipeg meeling of postal .men arg instructed to infist upon a minimum wage schedule and the appointment of a lonciliation board for future labor disputes in this branch of the government service. Thn figure which may be insisted upon is thai of a minimum of $1,000 with tbr maximum of $1,400. though it is understood this may be raised at Winnipeg, because the coat of Ihing has risen since it was .;et by the postal workers of the Dominion. It will be asked that such legislation as is necessary be enacted to make the appointment of .i conciliation board for governcii^scnt postpaid on receipt of price by Frtiit-a-tiTcj Limited, Ottaifa. BRING ALL ALLIED E Ottawa, Aug. 14.-Ne,?otlations have been opened whic!; I'-Uii to bring prnc-tlcally all .allloxl subjects In Cuniida within the dragnet of compulsory mll-llnry service. Willi the exception of .Vmorlcana, a subject of ono of the allied governments resident In Canada, does not come wiUiln the scope of the Military Service Act, lUs position Is privileged, if he fails lo respond to n call for service from his own country ho lunouios a dosortor .so tar as that country is concerned and is liable to bo shot .should ho return there. But so loug as ho remains In Cnnadn, lie cannot be proceeded ngnlnsl. Nor la ho at pVoscnl liable (o service under the Military Sorvico Act. This applies only to the male British subject who: (A) la ordinarily resident In Canada. . (B) Tlaa been at any time .ilnce August 4, 1914, resident In Canada, It Is with It viev,' to removing this anomaly tlint nogotiatlon.i linvo been opened with the Pronch, Belgian and Italian KovonnnDnts. There are nn-dorstood to be many men of military age subjuctR ot those governments at present in Canada. It Is proposed to give them the option of either returning homo to do their military duty or ot joining the Canadian Kxpodlllon-ary Korcog. ThiH course already has been followed In regard to the Ainor-ioans by virtue of the treaty recently rutil'ied at Washington and I,oi;don. The present negotiations are bning conducted In London. Sir Robert Borden. It is understood, l,s endeavoring to press the matter forward, pardcu-larl.v In Its regard to allied subjects resident in Canada, E Miss Mario Lambert, well known nclreas and atar of the Pan Aiiiol'lcaii Kilm Ci), will appear pciHonally tonight after the Mhowlnti ot the first Canndlan-mad