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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - July 16, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE SIX THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HEHALD MONDAY, JULY 10, 1017 U. S. FARM LABOR Tl Arrangements Completed For Co-operation Between Two, Countries During Harvest GUARD AGAINST INVASION, Columbus, N. St.. nrmy of 1. W. W.'a Winnipeg. July 14.-Tho Ottawa cor-Tpspondcnt of the Telegram wires that co-operation hetvorn the Koveni-ment of Canada and the. I'niteil States has been arranged to secure the necessary labor to harvest the western crops. When Sir Ueorpe Foster wan in Washington the scheme � was broached and in the meantime details haTO been worked out, they havo been approved by an order-in-councll today. Similar actions have been taken at Washington. The plan is that farm laborers, after harvesting the crop on the American side, whew the season is enrly, should move across the line to successive districts as the crops mature for harvesting. A conference was held today with transportation interests employing large numbers ot men. The companies agree to release nil that can be spared to help on the farms and to provide cheap and expeditious transportation. About 20,000 laborers �will be needed and special arrangements Trill have to be made this season on account of the smaller number of men available for the work. American laborers are expected to be secured to such an extent as will hereby assure the crop-saving without difficulty." July IS.-The deported from Hlsbee yesterday and whose special train of cattle cars and box cars was slilo tracked at Hermanns, N.Sl., Into last night, left Hermanns during the forenoon todny and is strung for � mile or nioro along tho railroad track, walking east in this direction, according to reports reaching here. Relying on this information. Columbus citizens, turned out heavily armed to repel any "invasion." The situation of tho deported persons was described aw desperate. Hermanasl, a railroad station surrounded by a few homes, had no supplies for feeding the I. W. W.'s numbering nearly 1,--t'P. It was feared ;i situation difficult to control might arise it they swarmed into town here. CLARESHOLM GIVES FRANCH E RY. POLICY SOON Minister Railways Says Gort. Will Make Policy Known This Session (From Our Own Correspondent) Wacledo, July 14.-Mrs. Rev. Lewis and family arrived from Edmonton, and are now settled in their comfortable parsonage. " Land sales are still active. Several exchanges of small holdings are reported this week. The people of Ratlvwell district celebrated the week with their annual picnic at the river, a few miles west of Macleocl Every family was represented. The annual !�>. S. picnic of the Church of England was held at llaun-sell's ranch during the week. J. L. Fawcett left on Friday to join the Alpine club, of which he is a member. He will return early in August. A. T. Leather and family vlsltsd AVaterton Lakes this week. C. Bowker with Sirs. Bowker, are �visiting Northern Alberta, in connection with disposing of farm property. Farm help is very scarce and prospects are that it will be serious before the big harvest is taken care of. TRAVERS fFrom Our Own *Corre=t> fTravers, July 13.-Sirs. Reid and Batighter from Reid Hill, are visiting at the H. Barnett home for a week or two. Some extensive road work 1b being planned east and west of Travels,1 Mr. WOmott having charge of the grading. It 13 to be hoped they won't overlook the road between here and Lomond. George Lowe has returned from the States bringing with him a wife. 'Work has been commenced for the new church, as the basement is being dug. Geo. Witting has bought A. Clark's tew residence and i3 moving into It today. Mr. Clark has reserved two shacks and has moved them onto lots farther east, till he gets another j feouse built for which the lumber is i on the gTound and men at work. He I pxpects to have it finished when Mrs. j Clarke returns from the States. , A large crowd took advantage of i the special train on Wednesday andi took lit the stampede and report an fcnjoymble trip. Mrs. Cregg and daughter from Ontario are here for a summer's visit Vith her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Barnett. Mrs. Cregg has a husband and boh at the front also a brother. Mr. Vanholm's new modern house Us almost complete and will be ready Iter occupation within a couple of .Weeks. Mrs. jklberta Graham has been in Lethbridge most of this week. Several car loads aoompanied ' the tall team to Carmangay on Monday, p'he team met defeat 5 to 7. Travers' pitcher is just starting in again, having been laid off for two weeks with a bad finger which he had in splints. There will be a return game at Travers July 23. R. Hastings and family visited on Sunday with his brother at Badger Lake: Messrs. Sheridan and Elliott were Lethbridge visitors on Wednesday and took in the game between Carmangay , and Lethbridge. Word came by wire last Saturday evening that Harry Rounds returned from the front, would be in Champion. His father, mother and brother, including two car loadB ot others drove over for him, returning Sunday morning. The car he came in was decorated with flags and bunting. He has been kept quite busy shaking hands and greeting old friends and pals. He looks pretty well to be in a cast around his chest and back. Harry has been in the trenches 18 .months and was handling a machine] gun. , Mr. and Mrs. Glen Wallace motored to Calgary today for a few days .on business. Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Rickett entertained at dinner on Sunday Mr. and Mrs. If. Rounds, and their son Harry, �-. who lias just returned from the front, fiao Guy Paulson and Jack Bains. Ottawa. Jnly 15-That a definite announcement in regard to the railway policy of the government following the report of the Drayton-Ack-worth commission will be mado before the end of the session, was the an-i nonncement made in parliament Saturday afternoon by Hon. Frank Coch-j rane when railway supplies were being considered. The discussion leading np to this announcement concerned a vote of $120,000 to pay the cost of the inquiry. Mr. Cochrane stated that while he had personally made up his mind as to what action should be taken, he was not prepared to speak for his colleagues of the cabinet. "You are the chief" suggested Mr. Sinclair otGnys-boro. "Yes. btit I am not the only one, by any means," the minister replied. Mr. German insisted that there should be a statement. The session would soon reach a termination and parliament should be made aware of the policy of the government. There must, he said, be prompt and effective action to make certain that in future no more money is given to railway promoters and the railway interests unless the public is fully safeguarded. Sir. Cochrane thereupon gave the assurance that the house, before the end of the session, would be fully informed as to the intentions and policy of the government. He repeated that there was no object at the moment of his giving his personal opinion. E. M. SlacDonald asked if any steps had been taken by the government to provide for the interest on certain railway bonds which fell due on July 30, and which everybody knew had not been met. Mr. Cochrane first stated that he was unable to answer the question personally, as it did not relate to his department. A little later, after conferring with' his colleagues on the floor of the house, the minister stated that insofar as the Grand Trunk Pacific is concerned, he understood that the interest has. been paid out of last year's vote by parliament. As to the C.X.R. he could not say. (From Our Own Correspondent) Claresholm, July 14.-The voting on Bylaw No. l'.\? which took place on Friday tlio l.'ith, shows very plainly how tho residents of Clarcsholm and surrounding district feet on tho matter of giving the water and light franchise to a company of engineers tor a period of 10 years. The bylaw carried by a large majority and it is up to the engineers after August 1st as far water nnd light is concerned. A small-sized Hail storm passed west nnd south of town last Tuesday and did considerable damage to small area ot country next tho foot-hills. Damage losses from 10 to 35 per cent, havo been filed with tho different hall insurance companies doing business in that district. We are sorry to relate the death of the Infant daughter of Dr. and Sirs. Brewster. Most of the Medicine Hat stampede visitors have returned home. The greater percentage ot them tell the same old story ot water and lemon 15 cents, hardwood floor $2.00 per bed, anything from $3.00 to $5.00 to see the roping and bucking, and the various other grafting stunts that are pulled off at these gatherings. Mr. Nels C. Olsen who was badly hurt in the runaway accident last week is suffering from three broken ribs and a dislocated shoulder. A meeting is to bo called on Tuesday next to revive the Auto Club, TMbich was organized some time ago and then left to die a natural death. It is expected that it will be pushed to a success this time. The work of grading tho stroota Is progressing very favorable tho last few days-and tho citizens will certainly appreciate thq,, work that Is being dona. � Tho erection of another forty thousand bushel elevator will bo started early next week. Tho Farmers Elevator Co. have completed the erection of a very fine store house on the ('. V. R. right ot way next their elevator. Mr. Lee Jncobson. nn old timer from this vicinity, has returned to lares-holm. Ho lias been serving In tho American army in .Mexico fcr tho last few yenrs nnd is taking n holiday before enlisting for ovorsnas service. Elmer T^skey, formerly of Clares-holm, Is vieltlng friends In nnd around Clnresholm for a short time. WON'T 8F.ND MOUNTIE* OVERSEA8. Heglna, Snsk., July 1".-After an absence of about, n month In the east, Commissioner Terry, of tlio H. N\ W. SI. P., has returned to lite city and intimated this morning that tho members of the force uro not likely to be used for military servlco overseas for 901110 considerable time yet, It at all. ENO'S '"'EKinX-MLT: l  Women fly to Eno'it WSs when Headaches threaten Traction Engine REPAIRS We are well equipped -to handle all kinds of repair work on either steam or gas tractors. Only high class work leaves our shop, and we will quote you prices that are right. NIVEN BROS. 21� First Ave. 8. Phsns 1732 INSURE NOW You cannot afford to gamble. We have always received fair settlements promptly from the company we are representing. Alberta Securities Balmoral Block Lethbridge SECURITY s SAFETY FarmersFire& Hail I s SERVICE nsuranceCo Is what you have been waiting for. It Is what we have all been waiting for.-A company owned and controlled by the farmers of Alberta. Organized to give us the service we are entitled to and to keep our money at home. Secure your hail protection early by obtaining a policy in The Farmers Fire & Hail Insurance Co. HEAD OFFICE, ALBERTA BLOCK, LETHBRIDGE "Do Business In Your Own Crowd." SECURITY s SAFETY :: SERVICE HAIL INSURANCE In selecting a Company to place your Hall Insurance with, there are two Important things to coneldtr. First, the financial responsibility of the Company; second, their reputation for prompt and satisfactory adjustments. 8uch an Investigation will show the BRITISH CROWN as a leader. Oon't take a chance. Let ua place it In the British Crown. R. V. Gibbons & Co. PHONE 1191 BALMORAL BLOCK Hail I nsurance Now Is the time to place your hail Insurance. It will cost you no less one month hence. Your crop this year will undoubtedly be � the most valuable you have ever raised, therefore, you should take no chances. Select a reliable company. Our company has been doing business for over eighty years and Is thoroughly reliable. SEE US NOW Wilson & Skeith ' GENERAL INSURANCE Office: Ground Floor, Sherlock Bldg. Phone 1343__Policies Issued in our office giving Immediate covering. If necessary we can cover-you by phone. Included In the Assets of Our Company are Dominion War Loan Debentures - $130,000.00 Savin Through There are many motorists buying Goodyear Tires to-day who base their preference on the assured comfort, appearance, or security these tires lend. They are the epicures among tire buyers. Their standards are exacting. In Goodyear merits,their demands are amply answered. There is another class of Goodyear users. This class is overwhelmingly in the majority. Men in this class bring their business instinct into tire purchasing. They measure tire virtues by a far more exacting standard-the capacity for delivering long, loyal, economical service. It is because these men obtain their due in Goodyear Tires, that they regularly prefer them as their equipment. For the construction of these tires is a summary of all our tire-building knowledge-the full embodiment of our laborious experience. In the course of that long experience Goodyear engineers developed the tire-making machine, tne No-Hook bead, the All-Weather-tread, the Braided Piano-Wire base, and other quality-giving Goodyear features. These tires have out-grown experiment. Their goodness is in-built, exact, definite. Their qualities ensure that long, loyal, economical service that the bulk of business-minded motorists demand. Yes-every Goodyear Tire that reacri*js the hands of a customer has had the benefit of Goodyear improvements. Its quality is further made sure by a rigid system of inspection. This inspection touches every process of tire-making from the gathering of the raw rubber to the delivery of the finished tires to the shipping room. In Canada more than 1000 business men, realizing the reliable and economical service yielded by Goodyear Tires, have so organized themselves that they can support and extend this service. They work beneath the emblem shown above. Their set aim is to make your tire bills smaller, to build their business on your friendship, to-win your friendship by deserving it. Their service embraces many tasks. It is yielded courteously and willingly. It involves doing many things that would take the pleasure out of your motoring if you had them to do yourself. It is a service that saves you worry and money. You should take advantage of the Goodyear Service Station Dealer's work. It helps,you realize what you and every other motorist desires-tire service that it long, reliable and economical. Go to the Goodyear Service Station Dealer near you. Ask him to describe his work. He will be glad to tell you the many tasks he performs. He will be pleased to demonstrate to you that his service is money-saving, efficient, courteous, complete-that his service is service such as you have been seeking. \ mmmm ;