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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 11, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta y THIS LETHBftmdfc OAlLt HERALD DAILY PrMtoura Pubiiihem JTMI LtTHBRIDOK HERALD PRINT INQ LIMITBO IM Itft Strut President and Managing Director ftta Tonance Buslnwi Manager Office IMltorfcl Subscription per week per year by per year by mall per year two years Is positively opposed W her Election to tjfe United States senate or Jttd she would havo opposed reelection to the house of Miss Rankln was consciously or un a member of the Han army In the pledged to prevent this country from making preparations or declaring war against the Imperial German government un til tho beasts of civilization had wiped up England and Jeanetto Rankln did not have the womanhood nor the courage to vote for war against a tribe of Jennetto Rankin failed tho people of Montana in a crisis and nilsrepro apnted them before the civilized Jeanette Rankln the creature and the instrument which sought to keep the United States from entering the war until the beast had wiped up the noble French people and shot the JIM by per year to of expiry of subscriptions BP dally on address Accept ance of papers explratltn date U authority to continue the sub ear THE PROGRESS OF THE The panGermans have wonanother population off tho British Jeanetto Rankiu followed up the work of consciously or un when she introduced her resolution declaring the United States in favor of an Irish a scheme devised by the traitorous Sinn Feinors to help Miss Rankin was the dagger In the hands of the German propagandist when she came to Butte and did every thing a person should not do to keep peace in a mining camp supplying ma terial for the war against the un speakable Miss Rankin had the impudence to wire constituents in Montana when notable victory in the appointment of j the presidents conscription bill was a naval man to be successor to up in the that if she voted for eign Secretary Von In U would be alone as she could j j finlj nn In finn fact It marks the real controverslon of government to tho hands entirely of the militaristic and is n di rect slap in the face of the Little activity Is reported from the war Italians continue to press their gains In Albania and on the Ital ian STRIKES AND THE There you hare a progression or rather a and there you have the underlying cause of miich of tbe strike trouble in Dispatches from Ottawa yesterday stated that the was anxious over the number of strikes and threats of strikes in Canadas It been apparent recently that the tendency to strike has been on the And It Is quite apparent tbat If Canada is to continue at warttae speed In something will have to be done to overcome the strike The Heralddoes not believe that labor men of Canada are disloyal thousands of their comrades overiear their bit In the trencheSk It Impossible to believe any such thing of thoce at Oc casionally thereis a strike over some petty but as a rule the ques tion of wages and the costofllving la the The workman finds the costofllving mounting to uncomfort able proximity to his earning He demands an increase in It is either after a strike or The Increase in wages af flnd no other representative in con gress who favored It Miss Rankin was a dupe of the kaiser when she advised the coal min ers at to etay out and mine no more Rankin doas not represent is and If the boys in France had a chance to express they would be solidly against a crying school girl who wanted to stand by her i but could not vote for PICKED PASSING QETTINQCOAL AT ANY Just the other day the gentleman Is In control of fuel in the city of Winnipeg uttered a warning that sounded like common While the people of Winnipeg have been quarreling about the use of Alberta coal and wondering whether the coal A porcupine was killed In a street in Stray dogs from all over the States are being shipped to Washington for gae experiments of has been promoted to brigadier succeeding A million men are said to havo changed their employment In the past five weeks as ft result of Federal Work or Fight Garden lots In Medicine Hat not connected with water are to be water ed with the fire hose by the fire de Manitobas wool crop has exceeded all more than 000 pounds having been This is nearly double last years Women munition at Wil are demanding a war shampoo claiming that the acids they come in contact with are injuring their At North within sight of o of Grace threw herself into Lake Rescue was impossible as a violent storm was Discovery of a new protective coat ing which is expected to make con crete ships as durable aa steel was announced at Washington by the ship ping the Waldorf son of Viscount Astor of Hever Castle William Waldorf the morning papers will succeed dines as parliamentary secretary to the food Emma Fowler of has tendered the use of the spacious Flower home in that city to tho Canadian Government for use as a convalescent home for Canadian Second Lieutenant Suther Royal Air eon of the late Sutheiland of Win mine operators of this province were is missing since July He foots the prices of the which enters into his commodities costofllvlng and as a result he shortly finds him eelf In the position of having been littlebenefltted by his Thedemand for another increaseis thebails of another strike is We do not believe that strikes necessary If the government willtake hold ofthe situation We realize of course that the trouble Is a hard ene which to a solu Price fixing would appear to be the way to put an end to the everclimbing but there are so many difficulties n any scheme for pricefixing that the government shies at The fact that Canadas efforts to help Inbringing the war a successful close is being impaired by the constant strikes throughout the country and it is im perative that the government should do anything possible to end If 4s the only then prices should be It may be a drastic but it war JEANETTE RANKIN BEFORE THE Jeanette Rankin is the greamroman In the United A number of state legislatures have men Alberta and in have women members of the legislative The Is entering political life in this country in a manner that la attracting wide But the case of Miss Rankln la un She opposed the entry of the into the and the glamor of Jier election has all worn At that is what one would Judge from a perusal of the Helena which supported Montanas woman member of congress during her Rankln is going to stand or election In the ftBd the Independent has announced will fight her at every Tp JMdee from the Independents atti the cause of woman suffrage hag received a blow 4n It not charging too much for their pro the Winnipeg controller came along with the advice that residents of city should buy what coal they could get immediately without considering the otherwise they might find themselves In a sorry pre dicament Our advice Winnipeg people ds to This is not the time to The matter of substitutes and prices is a big one these the question of food even in the question of We are told to use substitutes for white flow made fnjm and when we complain that the prices of the substitutes are higher than the prices of wheat we are very em phatically told that the price doesnt enter into it at that we must save the wheat at any The same thing applies in the case of The hard coal from the United States is needed elsewhere more in Win and if Winnipeggers can get a substitute like Albertacoal they should be satisfied to take it without quibbling about is that Winnipeggers are not paying too high a in for Alberta As we have stated the price of our oal as charged by tha is set by the and while itIs high compared with the price which prevailed before the war it mupt be remembered thai these are war times and abnormal prices The only thing about the situation is the shortage of min but this rectified to some extentby the crop Many miners went to the farms for the but now that the crops are short they are drifting back to the and an increased tonnage is the Manitobas fears that it will not receive sufficient Alberta coal are not to The change in front on the part of the Winnipeg people who are now ad vised to get cpal wherever possible and at any price is probably Induced by an official statement from Wash ington the other day that fuel ration irig to be employed in the United overcome any possibility of a fuel It is the broad gen eral purpose of the fuel admlnlfitra went over with a draft from the 76th Battery Field Artillery and transferred to the Flying Twentyfive hundred shoe employed in twenty factories in Mas sachusetts quit work by direction ol the Allied Shoe Workers Union be cause the refusal of manufacturers to answer a request for wage In creases ranging from twenty twen tyfive per Another depot battalion for the Western Ontario Regiment in London is considered a possibility in military Nothing official has been an nounced concerning the how Bart who tooS the 135th Battalion is being mentioned unofficially as a possible commander of the new I wanted to go to Austria to but could not was the bland statement made to Magistrate Noble in Winnipeg provincial police court by He was charged with being a draft He admit ted that he was a naturalized Cana but declared he wanted to fight for his mother He was handed over to the military Under a bylaw respecting public a Chinaman who con ducts two restaurants Stonewall has been given a month closo up one of the establishments as it is not considered restaur ants in srnall towns itake certain bust ness from regular hotels are equired to serve transit anO vhieh cannot be maintained properly the restaurant The crops in the MOMO Jaw district in some sections the rainof a veek ago was eo far as saving in other districts i saved the Rain is npcde the whole area surround ng the On the heavy soil the crops are strong and green and this will give from 18 to 2ijbushelc an Commercial ftttriios to be grad ually abolished in the Two thousand Knights of Colum bus secretariat are being rtcrttttW tor service with the New York tanks have subscribed to Liberty tbm Nival Secretary DanielsIs collect ing photographs ol all sailors who have 16st lives during the i Prisoners Meadowi Jalli Glen havo foresworn their tobacco which they will contribute to ah army smokes The objected to the erec tion of a dancing pavilion at Medicine Hat but were mollified by the prom ise of police Montrtal City Council has accepted the resignation of the city and has appointed Rene assistant city clerk to the of charges that War Secretary Baker agreed to buy 30 sixinch guns for each which had been sold by the navy as junk for years of plead ed guilty at Windsor to the charge of having married John of South when she was already married to Wardell in Because a set of 1250 false teeth werent strong enough to enable him to chew corn on Uje Jef of Is suing a den Payment of by the United States to Greece for injuries suffered by Greek citizens at Omaha February during race Is author ized by a bill passed by the Senate and sent to the Henry Johnssji and Robert Robin negro soldiers from New have been cited They put to flight in no mans land a party of Germans estimated to number The citation comes from com As is customary when the sovereign makes a state to King George created the lord mayor Dharles a and onferred knighthood Hipon the two George Rowland Blades and ADAMS ralifbrma Pruft 1 m H While you you youre time you want a flavor ia Carry a packet in your The succulent juices of finest fruits combined the purest refined chicle to provide you with a confection that fairly makes I X your mouth i m BUY IT TRY IT tion to allow each domestic consumer only as mucd coal as be neces sary to heat his house to 68 degrees provided every conservation rule has been The accord ing to ibe official announcement from will be sufficient for but the thoughtless and wasteful consumer who finds his al lowance gone before the end of the winter will have ouly himself to thank if he has no fuel with which to heat his displayed in most stores ADAMS tin orttlMl Turn FRUTTI GUM ADAMS Pure Gum A CNICIC V I 601 iarry Frankland Girls who Joinedl tftie Air Vrce at Toronto as truck drivers fter a couple of days ow driving on theirown responslbll provided with an cap and driving dust They promise to give Private advices received In Van ouver indicate that the privy coun 11 In London has upheld the decision f the Canadians ourts in the case if Mcllween Welch and Stewart in the claim of Mcllween for approximately connection with work on the Rogers Pass tun A house resolution authorizing re urn to former President Roosevelt of h nobel peace which 10 had donated to an Austrian peace and yhlch he now wishes to distribute to the Red and other organizations aiding soldiers because no use was made of was adopted by the senate and sent to President who has been prin cipal of the Normal School In for the past eleven has received further recognition of his ability in being promoted to the prin cipalshlp of the Normal School in Crop conditions north and south GtfBl LlMno Edwards after commenting on Its merit handed It to the pupil with a gracious well done or youll try again as the case fol lowing are the pupils and classes to which they assigned for the fall term Promoted from Grfede IB to Fred Sylvia Leona Donald Geneva Brad Aliene Eddie Edna Sarah Ella Gallo Saskatoon for considerable dis A 48ton girder which was being hoisted into position on the parliament building at Winnipeg fell from a of little damage to the first and second The which favored floors of the uew No one election of Miss Jeanette Rankin was Tests for several weeki at the Mineolai aviation field Ijavi proved that deaf mutea make excel lent material for The tests it was showed deaf mutes were less disturbed by the o flying than normal men wer more ready for Undis turbed by the noise of the motor the were apparently little affected by th Giovanni Dl who translate literature from English into Italia for antiwar propaganda circulated i Italy by Joseph was soi fenced in the United States court t ten years in tho Federal penitentiary With Rutherford and others associat ed with tho International Bible Stu dents an organization which the late Russell found De Cedewas convicted for violat ing the Espionage but sentence was Rutherford and other defendants are serving long terms at The body of John Purroy former mayor of New who was killed in an airplane accident at Gerst nar lay in state at New York city When conveyed to tho city hall thy body formally re ceivediby Mayor John Hylaijj who dtifcateil Major Mltehbl the last tance in each direction are quite sat Saturdays rain extended over the district north and northwest of the city aa fur south as twenty miles from All the way between the grain is in and Saskatoon xcellent condition for this time of the toward the are toward thqre has been rain every day for the last two weeks and all crops have To the west of the particularly west of conditions are Not much crop can be expected from that THE SCHOOL CLOSING AT July wqrk of tho scholastic year was summed up in one brief hour last June Promptly at II oclock the students assembled in I ho primary room to re ceive their grades and to hear their verdict well done or try Fortunately thu gracious well done Among the Railj was tho wore frequent bearers were Colonel Theodore JIOQHU chairman of the school Cleveland Nicholas a short program ilunciy president of Columbia j consisting of uauic and recitations Jacob Hcliiff and Frank was Following the program U of the state du1 timelier read the promotion card i of each tit her handed it to Promoted from Grade III to Grade Joe Ida Beatrice Clayton Jean Lucille Dorothy Lora Howard Promoted from Grade IV to Grade Morgan Glen Lorena Jack Emma Laura Tob Marvin Schroe Mabel Rena Promoted from Grade V to Feme Keneth Bruce Herschel Jack Promoted from Grade VI to Clifford Harold Del bert Bessie Edgar An Ethel Promoted from Grade VII to Nettie Willie Willie Charles Grades IX and X will be an nounced later when returns are re ceived from the Red Cross The Red Cross meeting held last week under the auspices of the Wo mens Institute was very well aftend Result of the afternoons work 10 1 wash 2 6 6 suits of pyjamas and one The following work was brought In during the1 week G face cloths and 3 personal property bags by Miss 2 gowns by 6 handkerchiefs by 1 knitted trench cap by Rachael 4 shirts and 18 bags by Therrl 1 knitted trench cap by 1 pair pyjamas by Harper donated New The neat meeting will be held under the supervision of the country wo Friday July at the home of three miles east of Ladles of town and country are cordially Katie who has over the distribution of Red Cross work I In absence of the president Is to be commended on the efficient way In which she te meeting the respon sibilities of such an Any one wishing Hod Cross work call up Katie Smith at Laidlaws phouo A meeting of local was tily received by tho presH this nrerabersTiip committee reportedr A motion patfaed to the effect that a special meeting should be call ed for the purppspof 4 local and that tlifs nieetihff be held on Saturday July fit 4 tion isextended to all the farm women to who has been our local station agent for the past three has been moved to Al Moffatt and her sister left for Nova Scotia Mark has been appointed sec retary of the Local Improvement Dis trict Philip of is in town buying land In the neigh Little Bow Re4 Cross Society are giving a dance in John Archibalds barn of Fire X meetlnfe ftie ftbove purpose held ih CrinipbellS on Fri day evening Warren was appointed fire chief and Scott c Lfter a few pYacticesVthese two officers will as sign to each member his place and position on the our local enterpris ing coal mine hag recently installed a truck system as a means of conyeying coal i to The Ladies Aid at the home of Bond on Thursday afternoon and Hill and family are visiting in Doleton andtamlly are vis iting in Spokane and Stoddard ia taking charge ol the Farmers Elevator in of Sending Money to Soldiers Those whQ havo friends or relatives atthe x may wish to send but possibly do riot know the best way to do If time the safest and most convenient method of making remittances abroad is the Bank Money Order or as issued by The Merchants it is necessary to Bend money without the Bank will arrange thia by Cable DANK Head Office OF Established LB1HBRIUGB MONARCH Acting NOBLEFORD Acting THE CANADIAN OF COMMERCE SIR EDMUND President Assi Manager SIR JdHN Supi of Western Pmncto f held in Marks Hall Saturday A goodly number were The meeting was called by the Clarence Min utes of the previous meeting were road and The then presented his report of the Convention of This report was most instructive and hoar CAPITAL PAID RESERVE A GOOD INVESTMENT The money you save earns interest when deposited our Savings and both principal and interest are safe and can be obtained when Why keep in the home more money than is needed lor immediate purposes Lethbridge Mgrj ;