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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 6, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta SATURDAY, JULY 0, 1918 THE Lt-ri'iiBHIDGE DAILY HERALD PAGE FIVE TO GIVE U. S. Senator Would Have Them Blocked From Ail Pacific Washington, July resolu- tion declaring It opportune for tho United States, Japan and Britain le enter illHo an agreement which wonldiprevent Germany the other Central. jPbwerMrsm saining ai foothold en the Pacific which might permit them to "use methods of warfare en PacMIo oeeaii hot justified at warrantsel by the laws of was Introduced today by Senator -Salsbury, Conatderjitlon of It waa postponed. Under the resolution the Chin- ese republic and the Russian people, when able to establish a sufficiently strong and stable emmtnt and any other govern- ment on the Pacific literally pre- pared to'contribute to the com- mon purpose reasonable propor- tions', of sea power might be ad- mitted Into the proposed agree- ment >'The resolution would have the agreement provide "that no war- shlpa or other armed vessels of any power which has heretofore or shall hereafter pursue an un- warranted coBrtV of warfare or use', illegal methods of warfare on the high seas, shall be permit- ted to have, hold or obtain ports, harbors, posssslons or landing places, on the Pacific ocean, V whence" -warfare f might be waged 1 or which may be used as bases of offense or places of refuge.1' "is: SIGNIFICANT., Geneva, July prominent Dei-man lanQuagc newspapers here print significant accounts of the Fourth of July celebrations in Eu- %x -.rope. -The .Berne' Bundj which heretofore' has treated .America witlv decided 'reserve, prints a leading editorial about the cele- bration and appends thereto a significant resume of Secretary report relative to Ameri- can troops France, Washington, July waiting pcllcy In regard to mili- tary action In Hutala l> under- suoj 'ot D.D.D., the soothing wash of oils.. Many of our customers thank'-us [of: this advice. You will too. Try D.D.D. today. We guarantee J. D..HIglnb6tham Co., Ltd., Drug- London, July General S R B W. Turner, V.C., cniet. of Uio hospital staff visited Wood- cote Canadian Convalescent Hospital, 3psom, commanded by Colonel Irvine, and while there awarded the D.C.M., and Military Medal to tie following: (Privates eicept -where otherwise specified.) D. C. M. No. 761213 C. S. Dorals. 70lh Battalion. Military Me- W. Crow, SOlh C.R.T.; J. Bouchard, 22nd Battalion; 412167 Lance Corp. C. W. Brewer, 21st Baltallon; 402272 lance Corp. A. Bot- tom 3rd Battalion; 15533 Corp. A. Duncan COth T.M.B.; 192894 R. Tay- lor 15Ul Batlalton; G1GG7 D. A. McAB- Mll, 25th 440T02 Ejergt. J. Fisher, 5th Battalion; 487343 L. Barn- hill C.R.T.; 426110 Lance Corp W Ficldsend, 2nd C.M.G.; 330153 J B Gilbert, C.FJt'.; 100093 G. A. Sic- Leod, 45th Battalion; -184335 F. Young, 1th- 100071 Lanco Corp. wltherley, 31st Battalion; 1103S4 Sergt. D. Mor- gan' 5th- C.M.R.; 349184 Gunner J. Johnson, Sapper O. Sly, 8th C.R.T.; 21841 A. Qlllesple, C.A.M.C. BRAVE.FEAT. July decora- lion was won by Capt. W. J. (Art) Duncan for! attacking, fifteen Hun machines which had attacked a Bri tish observation machine. The see- on! a bar to tho Mi- litary Cross which he'recentiy receiv- ed for having brought down five Hun airplanes. -His bravery has also re- sulted in his promotion to be a cap- tain and flight commander. Capt. Duncan is a son of Rev. W. A- Duncan and Duncan of tills city. lie waa a well known hockey player and was. born in Sault Sle. Marie.' Eight-Hour Day Upheld Wages Cost Living Lower Vancouver, July Justice Macdonald this morning handed down the findings of the board of concilia Ion In the dispute between the D. C 3lectrlc Railway and its and conductors. This has nothing to do with tho electrical workers dispute. Tho findings are: The principle of Ihe olght hour day'ls conceded, but It Is recommended that Its application be postponed until after the war. The minimum rate of wages for mot- conductors is recommend- ed1 at forty cents an hour, an increase of 33. 1-3 percent, over the present Tho maximum wage Is placed at 4' cents, an increase of-16% per cent over the present rate. This will be he highest wage paid on the contin- ent, it Is stated, with tho exception of the scale In Anconda, Montana. The term ot service In which .tho maximum wage rale may be obtain- ed is reduced from four to two years. Overtime Is lo ho paid after nine hours' wort, instead'of nine and one lislt as at present. Tho period ot the new 'agreement Is to oxtend over one year, It is recom- mended, subject to variation if there should be an appreciable Increase in the cost ot living. The finding includes tho .statement that the cost ot living In Vancouver and vicinity is lower than }n any tho excep- other place in Canada with tion of SI. John, N. B, The Accept It. B. C. Eloclrle has Xew Yori. July of an American tnnsjwt from an Atlan- tic port has been delayed through the action of the .coal vasscrs and fire- mea In refusing to tign for the voyage because-their articles did not Include provision tor bonus, it -was an- nounced today John II. Thomas, Federal director' ot shipping here. The seriousness of the situation has been called to the attention of union have been requested to intervene, Mr. Thomas said, and un- less, tho men agreed to sail the- gov- ernment would put naval men in their places. Mr, Thomas said ha had received letter from Major-General George W. Goetbals of the army transport ser- vice, to the elfect that beginning July 1, Iho payment of the war bonuses to crews ot American vessels in gov. ernment service had been stoppd. In tils communication, Mr. Thomas said that General Goethale expressed th opinion that tn.6 principle underlying the theory of bonuses was essential ly wrong as the mea passing through war zones did not rlsK their lives an) more than did tho soldiers.' the findings ot the conciliation board STo statement Is expected ns lo the attitude ot the men untjl the conclu- sion of a meeting which Is to be held Sunday as announced lato this after- Hundreds of Guns Taken in Sur- prise Raid on Farm Houses London, July press'association dispatch from Dublin says that the police of Ballinastoe, County Galway, have raided farnilhouses a rad- ius- of fifty Slies, seizing hundreds ot guns and arms of various descrip- tion Tho raids were carried out sim- ultaneously before daylight, and ex- tended into the adjoining countlca-.ol Rbscommon and Kings. There was no resistance except in a few Instances whore the presence of arms was den- ied; but -the weapons after-'ivard were surrendered. The country people were surprised, hot expecting such'drastic clion ih-viow of Uie'recent procla matlon of Viscount lord lieu enant of Ireland, calling for recruits uo Liquid AMdusfr U-Nursing Mission PURE FRESH MILK From- tuberculosis-tested cows requiring milk for'babies may do so dallpr The milk is free to those who' cannot pay for it, and at cost io those who can. NOTICE7 Gas consumers will please-he advised gas accounts will still he payable at. the Can- adian. of Commerce -as heretofore." CANADIAN WESTERN NATURAL'GAS, LIGHT, HEAT AND POWER CO, LTD. .READY BY AUQUST Washington, July indication of pressure under which the American programme is. being, ruined, to -meet the Ger-, man menace'canie from the pro- _vost marshal general's :office to- 'cfay when orders were issued to. local boards to speed up physical examination of the new class of men and have them- ready for overseas in August, UKRAINE BITTER s July Bitterness In the Ukraine caused by the Oer man military occupation Is de- .scrlbed In dispatch re- ceived today'at the state depart- _ ment. Such serious disturbances 'have'arisen that. "Germans .have been compelled greatly to Increase their army, of occupation. -The 'country has been 'stripped by :fRe Germans-oflall'textIJe; goods as well as fneuige lays. OUawa, July tho Canada obd Board- has no control of the jrlces of grain, thei' have taken steps counteract the receni advance In he price of whito corn. As the resntl f an apparent scarcity of the white iroduct in the markets of-the Uaitec slates, the pried Is now considerably llgher than Uie price of Vy'eHow mill ng and'other grades of corn. The food board today is requesting II millers and manufacturers :to make not more Ulan 25'per cent: white corn with at least 75 .per cent o ;ood yellow milling, or good orn. -In this way it 'is 'expected that he price o'f flour' can 'be .reduced to ha price -of government standard vheat flour.'.or even lower. 'LAST TIMES TONIGHT Marguerite Clark "The Seven Food Will Win tbe ftar Serve your country and yourself by raising FOOD on the "plains of Western panada. Tne Canadian Pacific ReJway makes it for to begin Lands til to 130 an acre, 1 mgated land up to 150, 20 5ears to pay. Loan to assislsettlcrs onirrigated lends. Get Ml pa rticulars and free Illus- trated literature from MS Therp also' were a number of arrests n the outlying districts in cor.iiecdoii vHh 'alleged opposition to the dls charge of p'olice.dutlcs and the carry ng out of tueTecruiting proclamation What the Press Agents The Bay. Sat. light Specials SMOKES FOR THE SMOKED Hudwn Bay 50 in box. Sale Price Royal Mint Cut Tobacco, to. tins. Sale Price 75c Players' Old Chum and Sweet Caporal Sale Price, 2 boxes lb- tins T. B. Tobacco. Sale Price 25c 70c Wm. Pitt Cigars, (50 in Sale Price GAS WORKERS MAY STRIKE Vancouver. July 5. workers have Issued an ulti- matum to Iho Vancouver Gas Companj- that unless their de- mands made last April tor an increase in wages 'and better worhlng conditions are met within the neit forty-fight hours they on strike. A conference 1s being arranged. To meet the steady of cattle raisins In Northern Alberta, tho ,E from ee now. freck- les and blemishes disappear and how clean, soft and white the ikln becomes. Yes( It Is directed 'Miss Clark In most of her productions, including tho famous Mary Roberts Rfclnehart !es and tho famous "Snow fairy The tntiUtlndo 6f movie fans-with Carlyto Dlackwcll is n .prime favorite, will te glad to hear thai, with charming-Juno Blvldge as .his co-alar, ho will'appear at Slsrland, .Monday and Tuesaay In "The Mar rlago the newest World Pic lure Brady Made The.story fold in thh production Is one1 that Is filled wllh snd cxclllng Incldenls It is A logical and Consistent drama and ehrta with a, big 'climax .that will delight every, nfpvle fan. IS RESUMED, July mf applied with .a Paint Brush treat nattoul duty hnhy is to J! I yourself asweB M your country. A dnty jaat M epeHsraMete si been received from the, British author itlcs thai parcel post service, to pri- soners of war In Bulgaria has teen resumed Tho parcel post service to prisoners ot war in Turkey to still suspended. CANADIANS ELECTED ROYAL COLOMlAL 4, INSTITUTE ints, fci fact, show sotrtmendom an of keeping them protected to all brick cement have jumped m And the with a For true protection, scoen the rneffectual, cheap pants. Use only PHOTOPLAVS PRESENT BkUEBIRD PHOTOPLAYS PRE5EMT Jlla Hall in "H Mother's Secret" No advance In prke for thli extYa speclsl, Also Lonesome Luke In "His Lost Liberty." A potltlve latett Screen Mutt and Ml Ixmilon, July have been elected fellows and i'soclales of the Royal Colon- ial' Institute: Thoa.H. Black- tr lock, OUawa; George C. Copp- Ssy, Homlllon! Edward. J V- 4 MomrMlf Alfred 4 LWJen Montreal, Frank A. Magee, Hamlltbn, Danle! Murray, Jionlrea.l; V- Harding. Toronto; Captain Thu formula, printed on every can, ard suaranteed ovetouf in cost as white lend hai become, must u e it in tbe Same proportion heretofore To use of cctsitate removal if tV juarantee from to do that would mnire th'. repu 1 tvc acquired nv i of tScir superior It is by amnf fare, white lead end hbvrol quanti ties tb.t we have able to produce a paint that truly excels mcovenof tbt "choMte tot" of b. a way that spells true economy for aU who use it. Other B-H of Sterling Worth Comedy Meul F MI Medicine Hat! Wylle, Tulon, Man We carry and recommend the B-H product! For Interior Flnlshtnf B-H Porch Floor Paint "China-Lac" the perfect Vamuh Stain Staininc tSe "Anchor Brund" Shincle Staiiu" fa W different colours. For Porch FJoors, Cdhots parti exposed to Keathef. Plas'ter Ceilings ami Hat tone jil paint. floors. VamMiInc Flew eiceTleot far Colour Car A ma oar lotfl For Barn a Barn Pasoi. ;