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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 6, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta JULY 1918 PROTEfPAiC THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY PAGE FIVE GIVE AID TO IT Senator Would Have Them Blocked From All Pacific Ports July reeolu tlon deettrlng It opportune for the United Japan and Great Britain te entef Into an agreement wMeh wofcldj prevent Germany and the ethef Central Powersxfrom gaining a foothold the Paelfle whleh might permit them to methode of warfare the Paelflo ocean net justified or warranted by the laws of waa Introduced today by Senator Consideration of It was Under the resolution the Chin ese republic and the Russian when able to establish a sufficiently strong and atable gov ernment and any other govern ment en the Paelfle literally pre pared to contribute to the com mon purpose reasonable propor tions of sea power might be ad mitted Into the proposed agree The resolution would have the agreement provide that no war ahlpa or other armed vessele of any power which haa heretofore or shall hereafter pursue an un warranted course of warfare or use Illegal methods of warfare on the high shall be permit ted to hold or obtain possaslons or landing placea on the Pacific whence warfare be waged or whleh may be used aa bases of offense or places of IS SIGNIFICANT July prominent German language newspapers here print significant accounts of the Fourth of July celebrationa In Eu The Berne which heretofore has treated with decided prints a leading editorial about the cele bration and appenda thereto a significant resume of Secretary Bakers report relative to Ameri can troops July waiting pelley In regard to mili tary action In Russia la under stood to have ended today at a oenferenes at the White House between President Wilson and eeeretarlee Baker and Admiral Deneonrchlef of and General army chief of There was no announcement after the conference and probably will be none for the but It waa said unofficially that Im portant decisions had been reach COAST STRIKE EightHour Day Upheld Cost Living Lower July General Si R chief of the Canadian hospital staff vWlted Wood cote Canadian Convalescent commanded by Colonel and while there awarded and Military Medal to the following Prlrates except where otherwise 761213 70th Military Me 229544 80th 72850 22nd Battalion 412157 Lance 21st Battalion 402272 Lance Bot 3rd Battalion 75533 60th 192894 Tay 15th Battalion 67567 McAs 25th Battalion 440702 5th Battalion 487343 Barn July Justice Macdonald this morning handed down the findings of the board of concilia tion in the dispute between the Electric Railway and Its motormen and This has nothing to do with tho electrical workers tho findings are The principle of the eight hour day Is but it Is recommended that its application be postponed until after the The minimum rate of wages for mot conductors is recommend ed1 at forty cents an an increase of 33 13 over the present The maximum wage is placed at 47 an Increase of16 over the present This will be the highest wage paid on the contin it Is with the exception of the scale In The term of service in which the maximum wage rate may be obtain ed Is reduced from four to two Overtime is to be paid after nine hours instead of nine and one half as at Tho period of the new agreement is to extend over one it is recom subject to variation If there should bo an appreciable increase in the cost of The finding includes the statement that the cost of living in Vancouver and vicinity is lower than in any POLICE SEIZE ARMS Skin Sufferers You will sigh with relief at the first magic touch of the soothing of Many of our customers thankus tor this You will Try We guarantee Hlginbotham Drug 7th 426116 Lance 2nd 330153 E 100093 Mc 49th Battalion 180335 7th 100071 Lance 31st Battalion 110384 Mor gan 5th 349184 Gunner 1102443 Sapper 8th BRAVE July Another decora tion was won by Art Duncan for attacking fifteen Hun machines which had attacked a Bri tish observation The sec ond decoration was a bar to the Mi i litary Cross which he recently receiv ed for having brought down five Hun His bravery has also re sulted in his promotion to be a cap tain and flight Duncan 1s a son of Duncan and Duncan of this He was a well known hockey player and was born in Sault other place in Canada with the excep tionof Accept Electrie has accepted the findings of the conciliation No statement Is expected as to the attitude of the men until the conclu sion of a meeting which is to be held Sunday as announced late this after Hundreds of Guns Taken in Sur prise Raid on Farm Houses T PRICE OF WHITE July press association dispatch from Dublin says that the police of County have raided farm houses within a rad of fifty seizing hundreds New July of An transport from an Atlan tic port hate been delayed through the action of the coal passers and fire men In refusing to sign for the voyage becausetheir articles did not include provision for it an nounced today by John Federal director of shipping The seriousness of the situation has been called to the attention of union who have been requested to Thomas and un the men agreed to sail the gov ernment would put naval men 1n their Thomas said hs had received a tetter from MajorGeneral George Goethals ot the army transport ser to the effect that beginning July the payment of the war bonuses to crews of American vessels in gov ernment service had been tttjs Thomas thdt General Goethals expressed the opinion that the principle underlying the theory of bonuses was essential ly wrong as the men passing through war zones did not risk their lives any more than did the Bsp To meet the steady growth of cattle raising in Northern the Ed monton stockyards have asked for tenders for material and prices to double the capacity of their plant The Bay Night Specials SMOKES FOR THE SMOKERS l ir Hudion Bay 50 in Sale Royal Mint Cut Sale Price 75c Players Old Chum and Sweet Sale 2 tins Sale Price 70c Pitt 50 in Sale Price Nursing Mission PURE FRESH MILK From tuberculosistested cows requiring such milk for babies may do so The milk IB free to those who cannot pay for and at coat to those who NOTICE Gas consumers will please be advised that their gas accounts will still he payable the Can adian Bank of Commerce as CANADIAN WESTERN NATURAL HEAT AND POWER BY AUGUST July indication of the pressure under which the American programme is being rushed to meet the Ger man menace came from the pro vost marshal generale offlee to day 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 UKRAINE BITTER July in the Ukraine caused by the Gei man military oeoupation Is de scribed in a belated dispatch re ceived today at the state depart Such serious disturbances have arisen that Germans been compelled greatly to increase their army of The country has been stripped by the Germans of all textile goods as well as the message July the Canada Food Board has no control of the prices of they have taken steps to counteract the recenj advance in the price of white As the result of an apparent scarcity of the white product in the markets of the United the price is now considerably higher than the price of yellow mill ing and other grades of The food board today is requesting all millers and manufacturers to make not more tnan 25per of white corn with at least 75 per cent oi good yellow or good mixed In this way it is expected that the price of flour can be reduced to the price government standard wheat or even 1UB IILV J of guns and Arms of various descrip The raids were carried out sim ultaneously before and ex tended Into the adjoining counties of Roacommon and There was no resistance except in a few instances where the presence of arms was den but the weapons afterward were The country people were not expecting such drastic action in view of the recent procla mation of Viscount lord lieu tenant of calling for There also were a number of arrests in the outlying districts in connection with alleged opposition to the dis charge of duties and the carry ing out of the recruiting ILL VETO WHEAT VOIE GAS WORKERS MAY STRIKE July Gas workers have issued an ulti matum to the Vancouver Gas Company that unless their de mands made last April for an increase in wages and better working conditions are met within the next fortyeight hours they on A conference Is being What the Press Agents Say LAST TIMES TONIGHT Marguerite Clark IN The Seven Swans A BEAUTIFUL MISS DONT Food Will Win the War Serve your country and by raising FOOD on the fertile plains of Western Canadian Pacific Railway makes it easy for you to Lands to an acre irrigated land up to f50 20 years to Loan to assist settlers on irrigated Get full particulars and free illus trated literature from Gail 905 CALGARY MONDAY AND TUESDAY WORLD PICTURES PRESENT CARLYLE BLACKWELL AND JUNE ELVIDGE Lemon Juice For Freckles Girls Make beauty lotion at home for a few Try it IN THE MARRIAGE MARKET Squeeze the juice of two lemons into a bottle containing three ounces of orchard shake and you have a quarter pint of the best freckle and tan lotion and complexion beauti at vary small Your grocer has the lemons and any drug store or toilet counter will supply three ounces of orchard white for a few Massage this sweetly frag rant lotion into the face arms and hands each day and see how freclt les and blemishes disappear and how soft and white the skin Yes It is AT THE EMPRESS DAUGHTER OR MOTHER Can you imagine a woman who was spending her last dollar to impress an American ami who had him hanging on the as it rolling a proposal around on Jus bejng interrupted in this most Importantmoment of her whole life by the entrance of her seventeenyearold daughter Thats just what happened to the mother In A Mothers which will be seen for the last time tonight at the Empress And that seventeenyearold daughter was the mothers The millionaire thought it was a mighty fine and he began to pay almost as much attention to the daughter as to the only he brought the moth er roses and the daughter For mother was You would not think I was the mother of a thirteen yearold would you And the daughter the only one who kicked on the For she was half in love the millionaire you there is some sit uation to A Mothers Also Lonesome Luke in His Lost and Screen Magazine and Mutt and AT STARLAND Adhering to her custom of making picture each year for the kids she those from seven to Marguerite Clark will tonight at Starland ba seen In her latest Paramount photo The Seven which was adapted from Hans Anderson apt di rected by Searle who has directed Miss Clark In most of her including the famous Mary Roberta Rhluehart Bab stor ies and the famous Snow White airy The multitude of movie fans with whom Carlyle Blaokwell is a prime will be glad to hear with charming June Elvldge aa his he will appear at Monday and Tuesday in The Mar riage the newest WorldPic ture The story told in this production Is one that is filled with surprises and exciting U is a logical and consistent drama and ends with a big climax that will delight every arovte July Wilson will veto the agri cultural bill because of the rider agreed to by both senate and house today fixing the govern ment minimum guaranteed wheat price at a In formation transmitted to Chair man Lever of the house agricul tural committee today through Postmaster General Burleson just before Speaker Clark had signed the bill preliminary to sending it to the White These improvements are to cost 000 and will include additional load ing and unloading facilities both the and a hog a milkcow cattle pen and Increased oflice With the object of increasing the area of grazing lands available for stock in southern Alberta this George for hae wired federal minister of agriculture suggesting that federal railway lands and other unoccupied areas be thrown open to farmers and ranchers for grazing In this way it is believed a great deal of feed can be News from Ottawa says the minister has the matter under t The only person authorized to wear a decoration or a riband thereof is the soloier to whom the distinc tion has been This infor mation has been by the mili tia department in answer to a large number of persons who have been in quiring as to whether relatives of deceased soldiers have the right to wear decorations awarded to these LieutTSydney who hae been made a member of tho Order of the British Empire as a reward for his valuable services in the branch of the assis tant military secretary at London Is one of the original members of Canadae Thirty Thous He belongs to Moose when he was in the Dominion Lands Of but joined tho as a ranker in where he was doing relief work In The fine collection of pure bred cattle at the Calgary fair Is hoing filmedfor the movies by motion picture operator of the Cana dian Pacific Department of Natural Other pictures of country Including the films of Banff and Gull Lake and of the Irrigation con vention at Nelaon at the end of the These pictures will be exhib ited in the United I Because they are antlous to get twenty mechanics of the Royal Air Force at Toronto were dis charged into Canadian army with which they will go overseas imme The men are mechanics who took of the annulment transfer regulations when the Royal Flying Oorps became the Royal Air ON GERMAN POSTS Julyl ierla bombing squadrons continue to1 des troy German worke In Bel An official statement issued to day by the British admiralty says During the period between July 1 and 3 one enemy seaplane was destroy ed and three Indecisive took v Fifteen and a half of bombs were dropped by our were started at At the senaire airdrome bursts were ed among the hangars ana wWle other bombs ploded on the Maria Aelter and at near the lockgmtMjjv Pour hits were registered on an enemjrj destroyed off the Bassin de and on warehouses and t I Plans are already under way for the great Imperial War Museum in in many will resemble both the British and the and Albert In other important respects the new museum will drffer from and even surpass For one thing it will not be a mere repository for various specimens of the machinery of The whole idea will be to for al the superb manner in which England rose to the stupendous de mands of this unexpected war which is the greatest of all PAC kef WILSON S FLY PAD Wll L Ml Clean to Bojdby Gracen and General ANCHORDONALDSON LINE POPULAR SERVICE V Canada to GUsfow For full information apply to Aaenta or Companys 70 Main X In the list of Canadian cavalry offi cers gazetted with the military cross this week appears the name of Roger who 1s well known in Lethbridge and Hutchison was well known all over Southern having travel led for a number of years for the In ternational Harvester out of Leth He was familiarly known as Hutch to most of the His many friends will be delighted to hear ttiat he has this great honor bestowed on He enlisted with the 13th as a lieutenant and has been promoted to the rank of captain since going to FIFTYSIX BODIES FOUND July mostly had been taken by divers from the wreck age of the exeurafon steamer Columbia up to three oclock thla At that time it was es timated that nearly one hundred more bodies remained In the More than seventyfive survivors are In hospitals In Peorla and July has been received from the British author ities that parcel post service to pri soners of war in Bulgaria has been The parcel post service to prisoners war in Turkey la still applied wi THE great natopal to to yourself aa weu your A duty just w appHCaMe to tothe youeat in shomsqtMmendoue an Increase in that the ofkeeping them protected is apparent to all who know brick cement have jumped in And the cheapest protection you can fiveabuUding is the Wad you apply with a For true scorn the cheap Use only fMPKESC Ll TONIGHT U PHOTOPLAYS PRESENT i in price for inn extra m positive Also latest Screen Maaafltne and Mutt and Jeff CANADIANS ELECTED ROYAL COLONIAL INSTITUTE July have been elected fellows and 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