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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 26, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta JULY THE LfeTHBniDGE DAILY 1TRRALD PAGE NINE July A meeting of the cabinet council being Held here thla afterrieon to cohilder the situation arising out of the decision of pott office em ployee In nearly every city In the weet to remain on strike until the government eoneedei the concilia tlon board which the men are de The government takee the stand that Is nothing conciliate or arbitrate aa their fecent pro was accepted by the fpost oWfea employee In the demands of the ifvernmant already has Is sued its ultlnfttum that the strlk sUffs will be replaced In all i post off feaa tomorrow Saturday lf the strikers do not return to fluty Labor circles here are the possibility of a sympathetic Strike by tho and laborT council In with the postoftice employes and meeting of the council has been called for Saturday afternoon to con sider the Word from Saska toon indicates that similar action is being considered in that Appeal to Unable to got any answer from members of tho Do minion government to the messages lie has Mayor Dale has decided to appeal directly to the governorgen eral In the postal At July The post offica employes met today and reaffirmed their to remain out until a board of conciliation was The board of trade aluo met and pass ed ft resolution calling on the govern ment to effect a settlement as busi ness was being paralyzed by tho con The local Great War Veter ans and passed a resolution demanding a conciliation board for the postal They have sont this message the government and to the Great War Veterans conven now assembling in Cltltsna Oiaeuta July than BOO citizens met this morning for tho pur pose of discussing the pout office strike and a committee of representa tives were appointed to negotiates with The demands of the men as explained by representatives of the latter carriers and postal was a minimum of fiooo and a maximum of fllOO to permanent or temporary em or in lieu Of this a board of Answering questions they said theyhad gone back to work on tho strength of advices from their secretary at but since had repudiated their end they claimed that other western postal employes who had either continued the or ngaln gone also had repudiated their The meet ing was in sympathy1with the men so far as demands for fair wages Is but summed up the situation when he that public sympathy would bo strong er if the strikers returned to work pending settlement Will Stay July Local post a employee have announced their inten tlon of remaining on strike In spite of the threat of the government to dis charge all strikers after Saturday At July carriers are on strike at Brandon again following a few hours work yes in line with the action ol AVlnnipeg Postal clerks struck today after sorting all mail on Mall was obtainable at tho wicket when the postmaster and his staff took over the At July local mail carriers who decided on Wednea day night to but did not do so have decided to abide by SIBERIAN IS VERY COMPLEX the nostrike order of Federal ex Meet at Moose Jaw Moose July mass meet ing of business men called by the board of trade and city council for two oclock this afternoon will discuss what action the city should take to have the postal strike In the meantime all the carriers and postal clerks are The post office of flclals have given notice to the public that mall for the business district can be secured by calling at the wicket the public is urged to retrain from unnecessary correspondence tin til the strike is No further action has been taken by the railway mall clerks working out of hero it is will remain at work until some effort Is made to get them to do the Strikers A Japanese naval officer has In vented a process for water proofing a tough native so that it can be used for many purposes us textile fabrics or leaj A simple tree like maple Japanese lacquer when applied to wood or quite A coat of lacquer is proof against al against boiling agalnsl almost all known The lac quer tree of Japan is very It is always cut down at the age of 40 as thereafter it begins to dry Bach tree on its demoli about six barrels of lacquer Women are Fighting They are in the front trenches of the food They are doing more home cooking those things which are not I CANADA CORN STARCH with lighter texture and better flavor to muffins and makes sT lot of inviting war time Ask your MANUFACTURED TMi CANADA STARCH LIMtTCOi 121 Pure Food Markets Special Prices on VEAL For Saturday only per a Straight Cut of On Veal Veal Veal Cut Veal Chops and Veal Stew THIS IS SOMETHING SPECIAL FOR SUNDAYS WE HAVE ALSO A LIMITED AMOUNT OF Farmers Dairy 4Oc EVERY POUND Burns Ltd v problem nvolved In arranging an Intcrnatlon il entente regarding Siberia and Rus sia is very The American iroposal to which the JnpnneRo note here Was ft was of such i nature that It was impossible to a categorical response or to return a slmpNs or noga Therefore the Japanese govern ment was the necessity of seek ng further In respect to certain This now Is being mmXnlatety but some time s reqrflred for the necessary consult ations among the entente dors here and state department offi cials and exchanges of messages be tween the diplomatic representatives and their it may be stated that the Ja ian and the United States are fully kgreed on the broad principle that assistance muet be afforded tho Czechoslovaks In Siberia and that thft exchanges relate to tho best means to accomplish that ciomcle July Star today will carry the following Valcartler Camp will break the first of next and tho troops en cataiped there will return to their for mpr barracks probably on Tues day or Wednesday It Is understood this change in the summer military programme aas been necessitated by insurmount able difficulties in handling two small units such as the first and second de pot battalions divided as they now are between Montreal and in well informed military It is said that had draftees been sec ured in this district In anything like the numbers hoped the summer camp programme aa commenced early two months ago would have worked out quite DOMINION MARKET 4TH 9TH MAIN MARKET THIRD AVINUK tQUTH PHONf 8 AND1JM PALACE MARKET THIRTEENTH PHONE 431 v WEEK END SELLING ONLY SUIT SALE July On the recom of minister laborrNfe cabinet last night passed an in creating a rural committee to inquire into labor disputes in shipyards throughout the proylnee ol Judge McCletfriaix of the Supreme Courti wd appointed chair man of the commission and the other two members will be secretary of the shipping feder ation of Canada and sec retary of the federated trades of Que bec and The Minister of Lab or has in recefpt of applications for conciliation boarffs from the em ployes of various shipbuilding com panies at Quebec and else where which seemed to indicate a condition of labor Instead of appointing separate he con sidered it advisable to recommend the creation of a Royal Commission which will have power to deal with all the NEWS NOTES It seems that there can be no doubt that the cliff dwellers were extermin ated by their more savage and warlike the men being killed and the women being adopted into the tribe of the though in some cases migrations may have be come necessary as a result of drought or pressure from outside The United Stains is estimijted to use more than elaborate elec tric protective systems against about smaller and more than mlnor It is said by those who have been employed by them that the Chinese always cook by if they have any rule to go following the cipe with the same eclentlfic exact ness with which the druggists put up a Hence their results are equally They never burn or spoil nor spill ma terials on the floor consequently nothing that goes through their hands ia They cook Just enough and no The location of the city of Dio de is such that it is cut oft from cool by an elevation known as Costello For a hundred years or more it has been proposed that this obstruction be and now a syndicate has been formed which has applied to the government or permission to level the using Die material removed to reclaim a area of submerged The work will involve the removal of cubic yards of earth and The official aviation boot for the American army is a moccasin made large so that it can be quickly put on over the regular army and as easily taken The lining is of sheepskin half an Inch and the leather used is elk finish ed in It hae long ago been ascertained that the eggs of the loggerhead turtle are laid in the sand at some distance from the As soon aa the young are they move unerring instinct to It is found that newlyhatched loggerhead turtles move away from orange and but are attracted by blue Uncjer normal conditions blue gleam of be sup Jrtf While they will posed to attract th turn from of the s SO SUITS Sizes 35 to Good value at to To clear Saturday Clearing Prices Throughout The Furnishing Departments Mens Summer Regular To clear SOc Combinations Balbriggan Lisle Prices to Light Wool Prices to All Straw and Panama Hats at Half CLUETT Attractively pric ed for week end New patterns just Selling at to Special line of MENS DRESS SHIRTS Regular to To clear at Our Store is brim full of week end price Have a look while in die it will pay McKelvie McGuiw Largest Distributors of Mens Wear in Southern LOOK AHEAD Grain Growers Guide It is now quite evident that the western grain crop this despite the excellent preparations that were made for it last autumn and this will be very Drouth in Saskatchewan and and to a leas extent in has seriously affected the harvest for this Many districts will not have sufficient grain to provide seed for the crop of and the same conditions which have militated against cereal produc tion have alqp injured the prospect of abundant supplies of feed grain and pasturage for In the face of this indisputable damage to its crop of the West with true west ern zeal and spirit will now begin to think only of the need of making due for the season of Under no should the Canadian west be permitted to recede from the strong agricultural position which has been gained through the successes of the past three The first thing that should be done is to secure the livestock industry of the West against Capital holdings of sheep and hogs must be retained at all costs in the Interests of the if not in the interests of the The situition is not really as bad aa it was in because there is money in the country with which to do things that ought to be Where htrda of livestock are in danger through lack of supplies of teed should be taken to or the animals should be taken immediately to districts sustenance can be given Dominion and provincial governments must cooperate to give the country this every farmer whose supply of seed grain for next year has been endangered by crop ought to be given assurance that be i free to go ahead with the cultivation of his land or and that seed graiu will be provided or him in due For crop conditions in the United States are more favorable than they uva in and arrangements can ue made early to reserve sufficient quantities of good seed to provide for the needs of next before de termining what the exportable sur plus of cereals from North America shall It ought to be remembered that after the disastrous drouth of 1914 in the West came 1915 with its unprecedented abundance of The great harvest of 1915 was due in no small measure to the fact that aa soon as the damage of the previous summer became the farmer commenced to plow under his devast ated areas and to cultivate his land for the following The land was in the idle months which its stores of moisture were It was an ideal seedbed that received the crop of The chances are that history will repeat itself in 1918 and 1919 If proper precautions are taken at once by the governments an4 the The watchword of the West during the coming months must be and there can be no BOITONIAN8 AT T HE MAJESTIC TONIQHT ;