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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - July 25, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE EIGHT THE LETiraPilD^E DAILY IIEnALD THURSDAY, JULY 25, ini� TO CONTINUE STRIKE yancouver and Calgary Staffs Are Determined To Go On Strike Vancouver, B.C.. .Tuly 2.".-Tho looal association ot loiter oiUTicr.'; this morning eont inessnges to their nsso-elates In every city In Cnnnda advising nil branches to continue the strike. "A conciliation board or nothing." is the attitude, j It Is said that Postmaster MacPher-son was Instructed by Ottawa today to put men to work. The strikers say that it is utterly impossible for new-men to do the work of eorting and delivery and they have no tear from this source. It is understood that a movement is under way to have business men bring pressure to bear on the Federal authorities. Calgary Men Fight. Calgary, July 25.-That they will fight the matter to the bitter end, was the statement made by officials of the striking postal clerks at the Labor Temple this morning. "There" Is It Works! Try It �.>ut on the table from which to make your choice. Free pants are given only with selections from this table. Order Jours NOW! Get it from the Old, Original Mill to Man 309 Fifth Streets. ,......riii. , di'^i Crojtier, Manager Mills Co., ridge London, July 25.-(Via ReiUer's Ottawa Agency)-sAt a luncheon at the West.India to Colonel O'Brieu, new governor ot the Barbados, the Colonial secretary. Right ilon. Walter Hume Long, said the Imperial War Conference was. making real and active preparations for the congestion that must follow tho war, to keep trade in the Empire for th3 Empire in the firsi: instance. Last year it was decided that there must be a system ot Imperial preference of the benefit of the Empire. We had sought no uhjust powers for ourselves," the Colonial secretary said, "but we did ask that we should have the same powers and rights as periodtcally as other'countries in the world possessed.'t . : . He had presided over the committee to draft schemes whereby this could be put into effect, and the committee had produced a clearly worked out scheme for preferen^ within the Empire. The government had approV' ed the scheme which he believed the LETHBRIDGE USERS SECURE INSTANT BENEFIT Simple buckthorn bark, glycerine, etc., as mixed In Adier-i-ka flushes the ENTIRE bowel tract so completely that it relieves ANY CASE sour stomach, gas or constipation and prevents appendicitis. Adier-l-ka removes foul matter ivhich has been poisoning you for months and which you never thought was In your system. The INSTANT, pleasant action sur-�prises both doctors and patients.-J. D. Higinbotham & C6., Ltd., druggists. -Advertisfiiiont. > i ' whole Empire would approve"., >. The government had dealt with the question ot securing ot raw materials in the first instance for the Empire, and the whole of the reports had been approved by the'Imperial war conference and war cabinet, the govern- ment was losing no time in seeing to it that when tlfe war wras over, our victroy. would be a real victory, because ifc would not only give peace to the world, but would give a lead which he believed other countries, enemy or neutral, would gladly fol- low, and which would enable us to develop the British, Empire in friendly alliance with other countries along linias which he believed would lead to the prosperity ot ourselves and those with whom'we should be in friendly co-operation. No Qvercharje We are serving first class meals and regular rates prevail at this Restaurant Fair visitors will fbd this a good place to eat I CommerGiat Cafe NtJtT s.ET'rtB'R|bQs!"'HbtEi. Slaughter! Slaughter!! The slaughter of the Huns in Europe goes successfully on and will continue until the troops of the allies march down the streets of Berlin. The slaughter of prices on doors, windows, mill work and moiddings goes on from Wednesday QHtil Saturday of this week. The price* are GO low you cannot fj)ll to take advantage of them; your saving It over one half. ' Make uae of some of thete doors In Improving your property. You will nev$r be able to buy them as cheap again. Prices given below are for cash only. 7 Screen Doors, 2-6x6-6, Vg", each..................... $1.05 8 Screen'Doors, 2-6x6-6, \Vg*\mh ..... .... $1.20 5 Doors, 2-6x6-6^ IVs". 4 panel, each....................$2.15 2 Doors, 2-0x6-8, li/8'V6 panel, each..................... $2.15 1 Door, 2%6-6, 1%',', 5 panel, each.......... -------- $2.30 1 Door, 2-0x6-6, 1%", 6 panel, each..................... $130 18 Doors, 2-0x6-8, 5 jianel, each.................. $2.30 3 Doors, 24x6-4, IW', 6 panel, each ;.............. $2.85 72 Doors, froiii 2-6x6-6 to 2-10x7-0, 4, 5 and 6 panel, mostly '' 1^^ ','each ........� �.,, $3*45 We alio havel 3 QLA;zED DOORS, slie 2-8x6:8. Thete are glazed three-quarter Itngth with double ttrength glass and have an ornamental top. To move-these we offer them to you at the slaughter pripo of; $5.96-each. These good* are all displayed at our new yard, Itt Avenue 8, and 13th Street, oppotite tha Elliion Mlllt. Do not fall to'call i^nd take tome of thete goodt home with yoU, Otizen^ Lumber Co./ Limited 8787?7 ;