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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 9, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta JULY fHE LETHBttlDGfe DAILY HRttALD PAGE FIVE IHTELUGENT but We nftte not followed It concHwlon by having well AM empale permanent Victoria July proper and Intelligent government of muni cipalities Is of far grantor Importance to the building up of Canada than eith er the Provincial or Federal govern said President Hard of to the Union of Canadian municipalities this morn at Its opening These bod ies are closet to the people and rep resent more than any other ernmenf the calibre of the cltleens who make up the population ofs a great These remarks made In con nection With the presidential to the when they commenc ed the sessions of the on to say thli ponflnf ott what steps had been taken td municipalities In Great Bfirmlft aiift to d them along proper lines atuf pointed out thai the nubile utility eomtnhBtohi of this coun try were a beginning of the same but unfortunately the policy had not been experienced municipal hut the persons chosen for political of New GOT EMI the and Hon Wil frid minister of munlcipa tot Alberta The real biTslness aesslqa will begin MAYCtLA GENERAL STRIKE GILLETTS LYE RE W STOCK OttNSOISINrECTS SOfTENIIW HARD MAKING WEDNESDAYS GROCERY SPECIALS M5c OlDM Wetheys Z jart Aeeorted Jelly 6 Large Packets Bull Dog Ammonia Sale 3 20 Sacks Granulated Sale Price July has been no development the eighth day of the strike In the labor capable which Involve mef and Woitteh and overlook their workers pf the Electric and the ADDED IN JUNE mtno thlsiakfes there will be no ques tion of drawing the very best any community Into civic I must present with allthe force I am It Is lack of continuity In office and consequently the of direct res Donsiblllty municipal government We patterned our form of civic government on that In effect In Oreal ANCHORDONALDSON LINE POPULAR SERVICE Canada to Glasgow For full information apply to Agent or Companye 270 Main 8t Nursing Mission PURERESH MILK Fromtuttdrculostsitested cows requiring such milk for babies may do so The milk free to those who cannot pay for and at cost to those who Western Canada Power Apparently the next move Is to bo tak en by the Vancouvef has agreed to the six cent fare with out Which the Electric say it cannot pay the mens Vic toria Is holding out and proposes to negotiate for cheaper light as a con cession In return for the high Burnaby and North and South Van couver are also standing The general strike committee will meet tonight to discuss the calling of a general ifclke to force the compan ies to meet the demands of their em MANY OPERATORS It TIMES TONIGHT CARLYLE BLACKWELL AND JUNE ELVIDGE IN THE MARRIAGE MARKET ALSO BILLY WEST IN THE CHIEF COOK New July than 100 members of th Commercial Telegraphers Union o employed at the New Or leans office of the Unio Telegraph were according to union officials last The discharged men last night sent messages to President Wilson pro testing against the action of the com More Discharged July of the Commercial Telegraphers Union of America last night said 100xjnem bers ofthe union had been discharged during the day by the Western Union Telegraph Company because of union general manager of the Southern District of the Western that only twentytwo men were out and that none had left his work since Sunday PREPARING FOR ACTION July all re rults were added in June to the Can adian Expeditionary accord ng toreports collected here from all mrtH of the The wastage n that force in Canada and overseas n the same period amounted to 7581 Thero was thus in June a net gain of soldiefs to the Among the military districts the Saskatoon district led with 2639 re all secured In and al but 32 for service in the The Toronto district reported 2603 enlist during the month of whom 1158 were enrolled In The London district produced recruits of whom 1637 were secured in this country and 1599 were infantry The OttawaKingston district raised 1958 of which all but seven were enlisted in Canada and 1903 were The Montreal district reported 1995 of whom 1373 wore secured in Canada and of whom 838 were Quebec enlisted 1132 none of whom came from the United and 1103 of whom were for service in the The other districts re ported as follows Nova 2288 New July as to the reason for the governmental ruling that no live stock may cross Inter national boundary without special license from the Dominion food H1 S ArkelL Dominion llvo stotk com Vho hart here for several would only say that he can not tell the Do you mean by ho was ask ed that you do not yourself know the reason for such or that vou have reason for disclosing It r Arkeli would only adding tha such a ruling was in conformity to similar rulings on the part of this authorities In all the allied Asked if the ruling was for the nose of retaining the breeding stock within the Mr Arkell re plied that It applied to all live added he contended that customs at border points should be granted authority to g vd the movement of live stock across to American so that theshippers would not bo obllaed to communicate with Ottawa in each instance of a shlpmen but hat this authority must be granted by the Dom inion food board or the war trade board and that his contention might not be considered 15 Cases Fancy Bing Sale 25 Case Extra Fancy Bing Cherries Seeded 2 29C Sale Price Hanging Fly 50 In OC Weleha Grape 45C Sale Price I Evtry I Hour I Washing 8 Sale 5 Palls Corf Sale Price Finest Tins 4 Price 875 British Colum 2639 AF 1096 Wastages for last month are Discharged In 2956 dis July forest branch of the department of lands was advised today that twelve new flrei had broken out between Duncan ant Nanaimo and that the areas involved were ready to break into a contlagra tion of large In every section of the island theentire vegeta lionhas reached an extremely scorch od state when the least spark is cal dulated to start a The twelv new fires have already assumed ver considerable and at on oclock this afternoon all were out o charged in 96 casualties 1994 returned to Canada for Of the total under the head of wast age 5639 men were from the It fs estimated that forty five per cent of those reported casualties will be fit for service in a period of six in May the total number of recruits was the wastage 8243 and the net gain to the Canadian Expedition ary Force was 29643 July Katherine Stinson tarted on her trip by airplane from e AND PatheV Animated History of the War BLOODSTIRRING FACTS NOT FICTION AMBASSADOR GERARDS Authorized Verelon of My Four Years In Germany Produced by Mark Dlntenfass Warner Directed by William Nigh Scenario by Logue Which Packed the Knickerbock er New for v AT THE EMPRESS MONDAY NEXT July for action under the policy toward approved by the United are going forward steadily afid it was apparent today there would be devel opments though announcement of their exact nature in advance might be withheld for military reas Conferences between President Wil son and Secretary of State Lansing and the Entente ambassadors con It was learned today that yes terday Viscount the Japanese called at the White House conferred some time with the presi dent in regard to the situation in Si The Japanese government has expressed its willingness to do what ever Is necessary In a military or naval way to safeguard its own interests and those of the Entente allies in Siberia if the approval of the United States government was Just before todays cabinet meeting the president discussed Russia with James former to AIR SUPERIORITY Italian Army July air su periority ot the Entente Allies on the AustroItaltan front is indicated by the figures public today dealing With the ten days offensive of the Aus last The including American pilots op erated 120 chaser planes and destroyed 107 Austrian air and several observation The allies losses brought down in the enemy lines and three Three allied pilots were six wounded and are t ASK SPECIAL RATE FORSTOCKFEED July Railway companies operating In Alberta Jiave been asked by the depart ment of agriculture to grant spec ial rates over their line for the carriage of hay and feed for the next winters stock needs and also for moving cattle from the south Country to the better graz ing grounds of the It expected that arrangements will be made to permit the movement of feed supplies in this the railways already having shown a willingness to cooperate with the government authorities in meet ing the Telegraphic Briefs STARTS ON TRIP one Calgary to Edmonton EDMONTON EXHIBITION July the ad vantage of weather the annual summer fair of the Edmon ton Exhibition Association was opened today by Western Rep resentative of thei Canada Food KUEHLMANN GOES July William has consented to the res Ignation of Richard Von Kuenl the German foreign eecre the Wolff News Bureau of it la reliably report BLOCK PLAN 10 NAME HEARST Democrats of New York Meet To Name Candidate for Governor July leaders from all parts of the state except Greater New York were here today to suggest names of possible candidates for governor to place be fore the party conference at Saratoga on July The leaders had hoped to be able to centre upon an upstate man but after an evening and a night of informal conferences their hopes failed Early today it was virtually agreed that several men should bo named as acceptable to upstate De On the list for consideration were James former ambassador to Germany Smith of New York Charles Hitchcock of Syracuse Church West Chester Mayor Harry Wsylker of Binghampton and Congressman James Lund of Charles representing Cayuga hae announced his intention of fighting vigorously any attempts to have the committee go on record as favoring the nomination of Randolph start hed always Every All threeof these players body liked him and bMng their customary distinction and jecause he just couldrtt keep out of See Humdrum Brown at the Empress To make the William Fox picture Treasure Island just what it should and the di continually created atmos eight bells were sup CZECHS OCCUPY NAVAL STATION posed to be rung in the eight bells were rung in the And in the battle between Jim Hawkins fol lowers and tho shots were fired so that the actors would get the thrill of the fight and express that thrill on the The Germans before the as ev ery one knows made of espion age a great national To be successful in this branch of the it is unnecessary to go very minutely into details ot and we must all admit that the mans have thoroughly1 and scienti fically organized their entire With what success this was attended the Allies can Spying is a very essential ingredient of Prussian and tfiis nat ural tendency has been chiefly cul tivated so that no influence of personal honor or feeling shall Vf considered if it is for the national advantage to Their military spying is as perfect as such work can marred occas ionally the contempt they feel for other nations in military It s the German and we be lieve a legitimate that they know America better do but their error is in believing that jn knowing America they know the Am ericans Americas entry nto the war proves this This Is all shown in My Four Years in At the Empress authority to the roles they The play hae been steged In an elaborate manner and many outdoor scenes of striking plcturestfueness and beauty add to the interest of the The story told In this drama is of New York society people and It is told in a way that holds the attention of tho spectators unremittingly from start to I From Our Own Correspondent July The Black Spring Ridge about three miles east of was visited by an electric storm on Fri day Some damage was done by but this was more than offset by the beneficial effects of a heavy rain which accompanied the Else where in tlfls district tho conditions remain Second crops aie practically all gone while summevfallow crops are heading QUEBEC July Inches ot rain had been registered in the Que bec district since last ac cording to the local observatory and wharves and dockK were flooded yes the tide being at its highest level tMe swollen NO SUGAR FAMINE July as auranees that le no danger of a sugar famine were given by the food administration and the food situation generally was declared to be better thin at any time since America undertook the feeding of the ARRIVE SAFELY July has been received at the militia department that General minister of and hie party hae arrived safely in On the same boat with General Mewburn was Colonel minister of marine and of the naval PAPER WONT SAVE IT July Idea that daper stuck on glaea windows pre vented them being chattered by the explosion of bombe nearby hae been exposed ae valueless by a government tcientlit who has Just completed exhaustive COTTON CROP July figures July disarming the Bolshevikl forces at says a dispatch from dat ed July the advanced to the defeated a mixed force of Bolshevik and Austro German prisoners and occupied a naval station on the Amur The Bolshevikl and AustroGerman forces suffered heavy They withdrew to the northward along the railway toward the cap ital of the maritime All want to try new drug that drlee up corns so they lift Good news spreads rapidly and druggists here are kept btisy dis pensing the ether discov ery of a Cincinnati which is said to loosen any corn so It Hits out with the Ask at any pharmacy for a quart er ounce of which win cost very but Is said to be sufficient to rid ones feet of every hard or soft corn or You apply just a few drops on the aching corn and Instant ly the soreness is and soon the corn is so shriveled that It lifts out without It Is a sticky stance which dries when applied and never Inflames or even irritates the adjoining This discovery will prevent thon sands of deaths annually from lock jaw infection heretofore result ing from the suicidal habit of cut ting Tho latter look healthy and will give a reasonable yield if they get mais ture otherwise the yield will be r Dennlngfield had the uni ARREST Prince July Bishop the Ruthenlan bishop of Western with Father were arrested yesterday even ing at on a charge of sedit according to a report to the pro vincial They weres remanded for hearing to July and admitted to bail in AIR MAIL SERVICE CALGARYEDMONTON AT STARLAND Pauline who will appear at Starland tomorrow and Thursday In a Paramount screened version of Henry Arthur Jones famous Danes will wear some especially stunning of an evening gown of heaviest is notably Miss tried on over two hundred dresses before she was satisfied with Hugh Ford who directed the picture says that Danas De fense will be one of Mies Fredericks most popular and elaborate jjroduc An excellent tworeel Key tone comedy will be shown on the ame The WorldPicture The Marriage will be the ttraction tonight at and arlyle Blackwell and June Elvidgo the stars of this Ap learing with them is Arthur qua misfortune to have two horses killed by lightning on Friday and at tho same time not repeive the benefit o even a drop of MACK 3WAIN In A COOK TwoReel Keystone Comedy EMPRESC L4 TOtylGHT U WEDNESDAY AND THURSDAY PARAMOUNT PICTURES PRESENT PAULINE FREDERICK IN 11M R S DAN ES D EF ENCE TPICK OF THE PICTURES PRESENTS Drum on the 1917 cotton announced by the census place the produc tion at equivalent BOO pound bales the smallest crop since excepting that of Sea Island production was Notable increase in production in Arizona and California was California with bales and Ari zona with both growing bales more the previous In Eternal Question IS July clerk of the crown in has been deputy is In charge of the office for the time Foloy was appointed clerk ot the grown in chancery In April in succession to the late He entered the civil service thirty five years in the department of the later transferring to the privy cpuncil He was appoint ed deputy clerk of the crown in chancery in daughter of and Edward of who joined the eighteen months was recently mentioned in Sir Douglas Hates des patches for service and de votion to Miss Pickels is secre tary to a wellknown general where lit Calgary two hundred and fiftynine letters in an official mail handed to her by Postmaster Mise Kath erine Stinson left here today at one In her the first mail carrier to leave a West ern city such a en route for ENGINE TROUBLE July trouble compelled Miss Stineon to descend north of the city near Mechanics are work Ing on the engine and an early resumption of the flight Is expect STRANGE MURDER Prince July farmer of wae found murdered under myeter lous in the buih where he had gone to cut He had been shot at cloie No further newe reached the city and the matter li being inves NOTICE THE MERRYGOROUND AT THE LAKE Will run on WEDNESDAY AFTERNOON AND Weather Commissioner ot Public Utilities GJOiPANOE July 12th NEEDS ORCHESTRA PRICE 75c What the Press Agents Say BIG Barn Dance FOR AT THE EMPRESS There was a Humdrum Brown in your own home ypu re member He had great ideas and and he tried so hard to do something something start ling something that would do some body a world of But he always happened to make a fizzle of every No matter Uow well he would The Red Cross FELGERS SOUTH OF LETHBRIDGE j CARS FROM CITY including Dance and Auto Sold at ;