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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 27, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta JULY PAGE NINE I Covet Bttpeiwca AJdit 8ay tlirllall way Officiate t of rall of the ad vance rfHUiM by the ittternmrtt In response to tin antfleatibn of the which their poeitloa In coming worie with the constant demands of the and rto of meeting these demands ceptjby amesMaii to was hot sttppoeed to toe too The government conld not poeelbly have dorfb presentthan it Jias TW president of Tnmkv In tha emomnt WonW not ducting now AemaaA the additional Apenswi which am now required for Ihi running of the freight traffic of the Canadian said there eh of but twenty per which had been mentioned In ttils Jn the dplnlon Of the Canadian PaoJ bis quite Inadequate for the pur pose for which It was There wtts Indignation commercial olr jclds over announcement from Ottawaof an increase In freight which to approximately OVer Putting the mailer humanly in tthlnk It la a crying shame tH way thishas been declared traffic etpert of the of t think sir Henrr Drayton tntght bae had Uis deftaney at to session over the of the ooasumefii ikiilt li Walih of he Canadian Manu facturers Association declared that ho was1 action of the tieMid the Canadian Pacific did not benefit mcreaao of fifteen which It has to hand orer Id the the in crease being to help out thb Orand Trunk and the Canadian Gov ernment and thu Canadian tf COMBING LANDWEHR FOR FRESH TROOPS With Army In July German have the American on the Lorraine It was learned that three Landwahr In gone over for fresh material on the Qn their own In the desertersWave en abled the Americana to establish rtot only the tnatttup of the en emy opposite but to keep track of the shifts on the other Is becoming In At a country fair the other day a tidy was realiz ed toy charging otw shilling a uniff It a bottle of prewar This will be Victory Year for the Ithas always been Victory Year for Punlop Bicycle Mada by exclusive vrhich Twentyfour years record of Dunlop Tire Rubber Uniitod Head Mice aai Factories TORONTO BRANCHES Df LEADING CfTIRS IVt TRACTld Capital Sets Pace Markets This la how the Ottawa Market en a fiuay Caturday Ottawas market lies within Bight ofO Parliament Moving amid the bustle of the if you lift your eyes from the carts and the crowds around in the distance you see a lovely glimpse of trees enfolding the hill and on the summit you gliirTpsc the old and the new Library with the glamour of age around and the massive pile of the new building that is still in em But few people In the crowd throng ing the market square ever look ward the The majority are more intent on battling with the High Cost of Living right on the Perhaps only one In five thousand ever stops to think that after all the men on the lilll and the women in the market place have a common link in that the former represent the Government of the country and the latter the govern ment of the home There are bigger markets in Canada of a but it is doubtful if any other is more alive or flourishing than Byward Turn your footsteps into the square early on a Saturday morning and you find limousines disporting themselves equ ably side by aide with hucksterscarts lines of them Dame Society rubs shoulders with OutatEl and no seems to feel any the worse for the Husbands are made willing victims to the mar keting and you are apt to run into one of Ottawas most dignified citizens with a cabbage under one arm and a leg of mutton under the making tracks for his Flying Corps wound wisps of grandmothers housekeepers without end in a free and friendly Stray bits conversation float across the crowd to your There is friendly rivalry between1 Oije woman hit a great bargain in butter Bo it goes As the piles of foodstuffs disappear from the carts and baskets and motors fill up and leave room jt Do you wantyour home forten cents queries a Voice of the overburdened you see a young girl standing beside the Womens Canadian Club motor truck ready to relieve anyone who Is willing to pay the small inci add to the exchequer of the Soldiers and Sailors Comfort Somehow the permeates the Ottawa You feel that the citizens take a pride in Certainly they patronize and after Is the finest recommendation you can give For one it is Ideally When was laying out By town old By donated a large square for market It covers an area of square yards The buildingsare large find commod and excellent supervision is exer cised orer the It is entirely Last year the expenses amounted to and the receipts from market tolls and rents ap proximately The total value of the goods brought to the market place in an average month la all of which comes from within a rad ius of twenty The market is held three days a urday easily bears away the palm for big Often enough there are from five to seven hundred vehicles In the square on a busy To ronto thinks It is doing fairly well when it has seventy or The market has helped Ottawa in a hundred brings into this city several times week large of country people erwise visit once a It lp an Incentive to t ham to for In these when transportation is they are loth to grow what might prove troublesome to and for the small farmer the municipal market is He invar iably has on his hands small quantities that would scarcely be worth while But let him take bis wagon and drive into market and he ready sale for his It is the same with the farmers who finds her good homemade butter uud her fresh eggs disappearing like magic when she gets into city with It is an encouraagement to her to raise more more cuiokena and churn Beit of the market is a cement ing link between city and country H makes tor better under standing between them and ages a friendlier example net by the where Us is might well be followed ill over the Pomin Women everywhere should culti vate the market spirit as a war time The question of feeding their families U about the thing they have to cope with theae and if the market Is going to help them solve as it undoubted ly it will be very mueh wyrtb Too many markets are so so dirty and thai woweu deliberately keep away from Where such conditions Instead of ignoring the market mid eschewing they make it their business to create an upheaval and to clean it It is the dijty of the municipal authorities to see that local markets are kept in gb6d shape and that the necessary improvements are made from time to In many Instances they have been lax In giving at tention or funds to the interests of this but it women inter eat themselves thoroughly in the ques insist on having good and patronize them a forward will have lieen both from the standpoint of the farmer and the city CONTINUED FRO SI PAOB 1s accordance vmhdecisions of parlia ment and see that public employes are fairly arid justly remunerated within the provision for that purpose made by or provision jiheegovernment in the ex ercise of powers conferred by parlia ment may The government in the performance of these functions al has to hear anden deavor to equably adjust any claim made on behalf oE the employes in the civil haoi above expressed this in connection wjth postmens It has appointed a subcommittee com posed of Sir Thomas Robertson and and bis notified the sec retary of the that that com mittee is now take the matter up at once with the reprefeen It consistently with Lduty submit thef determination of clvjli service salariejB to a iclliation arbitration The men must accept thjlsifas absolutely There will fte no conciliation arbitration but the govern ment will give opportunity for the fullest possible hearing and deal with claims made upon their merits As re gards employes in the it may be pointed out that in receipt of minimum wages are actually receiving more than the minimum wage which men asked to have fixed and those in in receipt of maximum wage are re ceiving within a few dollars of the maximum and if any allow ancebe made as some certainly be made for the i men i nthe maximum also are receiving as muclr er more than the maximum The position taken seems to be that the men are on strike to maintainthe absolutely ad missable contention that the salaries Jn the civil service are to be determin ed neither by parliament nor by the but by noutslde body absolutely irresponsible to This is clearly inconsistent with the simplest principles of our system of It too clear ly nor too that the proposal aconciliation board ia impossible and will not be accepted fifiD DISSOLUTION Weser Zeitung of discussing the sit uation in says the last year has been one of progressive interna tional For nearly saysthe our Austrian racial bre thren have been prisoners of the Slavs1 and their Thefirst day of a Federal state of autonomous peo ples Austria would likewise be the las day of an with Germany even the of the It may be but it is Austria no longer iu but only its German FOR fluly the newly appointed Qennajt ambassa dor to started for Moscow to an pxdhange agency dispatch from On tame train went a battalion of NEW AERIAt VICTORIIt July new aerial victories for to are The newepaperg gay that Adjutant Elirllcu won ten aerial victories in exactly twentyfive YOUR it is four old worth at least 50 percent more today tnan when it was Lumber and cement stre so high that it would cost halfasmuchagain to build this year as it in So it is obvious that either a new barn or an old one is today so valuable a property that its owner must conserve it unless he is committed to a policy of wilful Keep your till your And let your paintprotection con sist of an economical Use the barn paint that goes Imperial Barn Paint i I IPH This while not to be recommended for a is a economical protectim f r your fence or It is made from jjood covers well and civics Aak your dealer for Color and the same dependable durability that have made BH English preeminent among for terior this standard formula Other BH Products of Sterling Worth For the Exterior of Your Home Be satisfied with nothing less than BtT English Years ago we established as their For Interior VamUhing The name CHINALAC a chinalike that ii just the kind of finish you from the use of perfect var nish Being it preserves the grainbeauty of the natural wood 30 Pure White Zinc with white lead so expensive that many manufacturers are using as little of it as we are still committed by our hardandfast to the me of this same ensuring Users of this the same wonderful finish For Staining the Roof Our ANCHOR Brand Shingle Stains are specially prepared to preterve wood from Easy to apply on rough they give better effect than Shingles be dipped or stain brushed For Floor Our1 FLQQRLUSTRE finishes floor a lustrous coating of the most durable Will stand Hardest not ehow Excellent formterior natural the same time 4 fror Porch giving splendid Easy to 2 apply not affected by either hot or cold where surface Is exposed to the use BH fornh TAYLOR HARDWARE 310 Fifth Street I Do Not Allow Buildings to Deteriorate If While your crops may not be what you isnt that one main reason why your present assets should be conserved and your buildings kept in good repair v A good coat of paint on your house or barn a new bqard here and wherever go with many other little things you can do yourself in the time you would have All these will help to jceep your place cheerful v and pull you through to the better crops sure to will find anything necessary forthese small jobir at our If you have any building problems our free architectural and service departments will help you solve v CJ Drop in and talk it over with our local 9 L I J Citizens Lumber Limited ;