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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 29, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta JULY 1018 LETHBHUJUB DAILY HERALD PAGE FIVE Vital Questions Discussed at the Imperial Conference at London official resume of tlio deliberations of the final sua sions of thd Imperial war conference hold In London and attended liy Sir Jlobort Harden and 1ls colleagues in K I cabled to of public information liorn by tlio British ministry of The cable rends as follows Demobilization The fourteenth mooting of the Im perial war conference first discussed nt tlio Instance of the governments o the various problems respect Ina particularly con nected with Ultimate ly on the suggestion or the Wnr Office u resolution wan pass ed an advisory and exec utive to be known an the military demobilization committee of I ho British Empire should bo set up This committee will con sist of representatives of the military oC the allies and of the Dominions and of the colonies and the represcn of reciprocity as follows right thn government of India Is recognized to enact laws which should have the effect of sub jecting British citizens domiciled In any other British to the same conditions In visiting India as those Imposed on Indians desiring to visit such right of visit or tempor ary residence shall In each Individual case be embodied In the passport or written permit issued by the country of domicile and subject to vise there by an officer appointed and act Ing on behalf of the country to be visitor If such country so Strike Situation is More Hopeful Settlement Soon July Another concession the minister of labor will ask for the post office em ployes is that temporary employes now paid a day shall bo granted an A year said the government voted postal men a war bonus of and last session wo gave another to all who had de right shall not extend to j The government supplies vlHll or temporary residence labor dothing and which is worth or to permanent another a so that men It In has been suggested from the west Tlio govern ment has pointed out the func tlon of a royal commission la not sim ilar to that of a coin illation such ne the fixing of but that the duty of such a bmly Is to deal with It has been suggested that the letter carriers should return to work and send delegates to attend the conference at Ottawa on August If the government and the dele to the facts of domiciled in other British countries nt rate of f a The got should be allowed to bring In their tramway fares and three weeks holt wives and minor children on eondlt1 days a Thfelr salary advances 4iy ion 25 cents a day a year until a day Is This brings the maximum wlfo 1 salary up to f a which a Only One Wife That no more than one tatlves of the War Office of India and I tl shall be admitted for j most of the men Of the men the shipping in the United I under the chairmanship of tlio individual so admit tod shall be certified by the govern get the maximum figure Just merit of India as being the lawful wife I Tle and mall transfer clerks get the same sal war or a tho secretary of state for deputy appointed by Tho committee will consider all mil itary questions of demobilization af fecting tho various governments con will arrange for the fullest Interchange of information regarding plans of demobilization and will snbi mit the question of principles arisingj from time to time to the governments The committee will sit In the service In the only 102 are paid the minimum salary or child of such conference recommends t arles and allowances with the excep othnr questions covered by that they are not provided with oramlum Oatal nsofar as not deaH with overseas we undertook to keen This i their Jobs for said Mr Croth year to the conference by represeiitn of T concerned with a view to early con to Kn v v pHor to genoraUleniobllization at suehj The remainder of the mjptalnea al a llay y royal commission could he SAMMIES times as the chairman may consider wUh at thia meeting were es employ as permanent employ necessary and during demobilization except that the discussion j as frequently as may be necessary to lo court of appeal was Hopes for secure the complete coordination of and again j I think we Wl Bet lls the demobilization procedure of the At the sixteenth meeting the or said Cro sion of lie Imperial court of appeal t tiers when the meeting was was completed and a resolution passed TlJe dispute has not been cleaned up governments Naturalization The remainder or the discussions at V I1 u vljvt I i T i i nl tli 1111 II stating that the conference was of the but I am satisHed It wi1 be Secretary Pickup of the strike com mittee said We do not know yet what will be i ti G v iiLrt nf offnrta onre representative all parts of the the one the they remain to be endorsed by the strikers at their meeting this after this sitting concerned j opinion The conference passed a resolution I the question of replacing recommending that a special conferthe present dual system of appeal by once representative of all parts of the1 the constitution ofone Imperial court should be held at the earliest of appeal demands the prompt consld praetieable date to examine and rej oration of his majestys port on any question connected with the lord chancellor should the nationality of naturalization which ho invited to prepare and circulate to any government represented at the tho governments of the Dominions and as soon as a memo of such as in the opinion of special conference may desire raised and upon any suggestions which may be made for amending the existing This conference will be prob ably convened shortly so that over seas representatives may have an opportunity of attending before leav ing the United able for the his majestys government are prac tical for the purpose with a view to a decision of the next Imperial confer each government as soon At the fifteenth meeting of the coni as possible thereafter shall communl f the first subject discussed cate to the government of the United reciprocity in treatment between i Kingdom its views regard to India and tbe This dissuch proposals covered in the cussion followed on a resolution passThe conference naxt considered ed by the conference last accept questions of shipping questions in ing the principle of reciprocity and pi light of the report of the committee further feet should now be given to last years In pursuance of which the j on the principal shipping routes es resoluilon was passed that erj appointed to this uld now be given to last years The conference agreed that shipping It is Engage New announced that Postmaster conference agreed as follows Complete Control is the inherent function of the governments of the several com munities of the British including that each should en joy complete control of the composi tion of Its own people by means of re strictions on immigration from any other domiciled in any British including should be admitted into any other British country for visits for purposes of pleasure or including temporary residence for the purpose The condition of such visits should be regulated on the peclally heart of the em pire and the dominions In cluding India should be brought under review by an InterImperial on which the United Kingdom and Brit ish dominions and dependencies should be Street Fighting in Philadelphia Are Under Arrest Far more effective than Sticky Fly Clean to Sold by Druggists and Grocers July police man was shot and killed and another so badly wounded that he will prob ably die and six other persons were j some of them seriously yesterday in street fighting be tween whites and negroes in the south ern portion of the More than fifty persona were placed under ar The trouble started over the kill ing of a white man by a negro short ly after midnight and the wounding of two It continued intermittent ly from 9 oclock in tho morning until aoven oclock last At one point 200 marines aided in quelling the dis Hundreds of shots were AUCTION SALE ON THE 31 SIXTH SOUTH Wednesday July 31st TEN OCLOCK FRANK WADDJNGTON WILL SELL BY PUBLIC AS A QUANTITY OF SUPERIOR HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE And effects including Dining suite jn mission comprising extending table and sut of chairs oak morris chair ma hogany occasional able mahogany rocker mahogany centre table sanitary lounge very DAVENPORT IN FUMED up holstered in solid leather two nearly new Congoleum Hugs 10 REMINGTON TYPEWRITER lu Al order bookshelves 3 rock ers mahogany dresser ouk dresser gai heater McQleary gas range with side oven brnsjs trimmed beds compjetti springs and mattrenaes carpet squares pictures books 4wtea washing machine and the usual kitchen ALSO AT TWO OCLOCK A FORD AUTOMOBILE TRUCK GUARANTEED IN A1 RUNNING ORDER TERMS CASH PHONES A PROMPT ATTENDANCE RESPECTFULLY REQUESTED Mclntyre has begun to engage a new post office staff for Winnipeg and thia may lead to The acceptance of the strikers of the compromise offered by the minister of labor will eliminate the ap parent necessity for a conciliation board and permit of an Immediate settlement of the Railwaymen mail clerks have started to walk out one by Most of them will be on strike by four oclock this Substitute mall sorters are at work In the postoffice today without interference from the strikers Stamps will be on sale at the general post office this Sympathetic Strike July the appearance of strike breakers in the Vancouver post office there followed a conference of officials of the postal employees organizations and local labor As a result a meeting of the Trades and Labor Council has been called for tomorrow evening when proposals for a sympathetic stiike on behalf of the postal employ es will be submitted to a A meeting ot the British Columbia members of parliament and senators is to be held in the City Hall this afternoon to discuss tbe strike situa tion and suggest means of ending the tie up to the Clerks Go Back July thirty and forty postal clerks are back at work thia morning in Victqr despite this fact the carriers are determined to stand firm for the appointment of a joint com mittee to Investigate and report on conditions In the postal The Victoria Trades and Labor Council is meeting tonight to deal with the matter and the various trades and labor organizations throughout the west have been telegraphed re specting the appointment of strike breakers with a request that they take the matter for discussion and im mediate Expect General July one strike breaker presanted himself for work this Postmastefc Smith stated that he had been ezed to pay strike breakers a The Peremptory notice by the government expired at eight oclock this morning but not a single striker There is almost certain to be a gen eral walkout following trade and la bor council meetings tonight as feel ing is high among labpr men over the employment of strike One local firm at and it was stated others will do the sent an employe to the post office thie morning to sort out its own Are July ministers and officials appear to be consider ably mystified by the refusal of the western postmen to accept the terms of the agreement arrived at on Wed nesday They cannot understand why the arrangement should not be as acceptable to the western as to the eastern letter all of whom have gone back to The action of the eastern men they regard as proof that tho western letter carriers Imve no reasonable ground for refus ing to return to work and be repre sented at the conference which the subcommittee of the cabinet will It is stated bore that there is no truth In the report that in order to avoid worse congestion In mall at city post country post masters have been ordered not to accept mall for places whero postmen are on No Biich order has been Issued There was no further announcement subsequent to the meeting of tlio cabinet but It is learned that a possible of settlement may be ilie appointment PRUSSIANS With the French Army In July Americans at Roncheres sustained and de feated a strong attack by a Guards The chosen Prussian troops were stopped suffering enormous Tbe eastern wing of the front was comparatively quiet today ex cept for artillery During the night arid tfcis morning the Ger mans launched thousands of shells into the valleys of the Marne and the A STONE Ameri cans met Germanys finest regi ments In battle south of the Sergy last night where the en in the whole fourth division of Prussian Guards in a desperate counter Advices reaching London this afternoon show that the Americans stood like a stone brought the Ger mans tb a clean stop and inflicted the heaviest losses upon A NEW July Germans started a new battle this morn ing in a quiet sector east of by launching heavy at tack against French petition on Hill near Monte Sans latest dispatches were filed the fighting proceeding without much advantage on either WON July French won ground on the Important front between Solisons and on the German right flank Launching a new attack this morning near Grand they advanced a half The high ground here already is In French The fighting was still proceeding at last etaoin etaoin etaoin etao received in London late this after Wlth the French Army In July enemy ap determined for the moment to hold his line stretching from VllleEnTardenols to the Hit troops occupy Vllle but the allies are keeping In constant touch with him Cohette further has been occupied by the who captured two field two 6inch cannon and much ammunition in this TEUTONS SETTLE TO GIVING Against American Un able to Recross River Ourcq With the American Army on the AlsneMarne July elated by two crack divisions of Bavarian Guards the Teutons today settled down to the hardest resistance they have yet die played against the American forces north of the River Although heavily the Americana replied In kind along the river and the fighting shifted back and forth through three miles southeast of Up to midday the Germans have been un able to force a recrossinc of tho Retreat July the irresist ible pressure of the allied troops the enemys retreat continued yesterday according to the liavas correspondent at the Tho average advance 01 the allies during the day was from three to five it Is as yei Impossible to determine the limit ql the but It is possible that i will stop on1 the wooded height along the Vesie On tbe left ol the allied t i ONE OF THE BOUNCING BABY BOYS SEEN IN BIRTH WHICH OPENS AT THE MAJESTIC FORMANCES WILL BE GIVEN TONIGHT AND TUESDAY FOR LADIES Germans made great efforts to hold up the army under General De Gour blowing up bridges and foot bridges leading to FereEnTardenols and Is contending for every foot of enemys stubbornness was useless and the allies entered the town by the west and south and are still holding their Farther toward the allies continued to advance toward VilleEn into which their vanguards now have probably Another Appeal July former prime speaking In the house of commons this made an appeal to the government In the Interests of the country the empire and the entente allies to try even at the eleventh to find a settlement of the Irish PPRESC LlTONIGHTU Mystery and Beauty Superbly Blended Petrova i tEMPERED STEEL Story by George author of Polly with a Directed by Ralph I Also a Screamingly Funny LKO AT THE EMPRESS Madame Petrovahfts been fortunate In suited to her personality as Tempered in which she will come1to the Em press theatre today and tomorrow for the fourth time this under the ausplqes of the First National Exhi bitors George a voung famous for Polly With a Past and other Broadway suc wrote the photoplay especial ly for Madame having been a close student of hjr art since her de but on the legitimate stage in this country about four years AT STARLAND Glorious Mae Marsh glorifies any play in which she She comes to Starland today in her newest Gold The Glorious Ad and all her unique individ uality and her remarkable histrionic ablttty will be coupled With a play of originality and The little atar has never been BO fortunate in her choice ot a character as in The Glorious She is precisely the sort of girl she de picts with surpassing In prev ious Goldwyn productions there have been flashes of this doubly adorable Mae but only As Carey the girl who sought romance on the open she is all Mae all the girl who plays on ones heartstrings like wind in the She does not suggest an actress trained to go through the emotions of the part she is but a real girl such as eyeryone Mae Marshs art comes perilously near de fying so lucid is It and so close to the heart of MA ICQTir TWO mAJLD 1 ltNwt 22 75c Matinee Saturday Adults SOc Children 5c Theda Bara SUAct Other TONIGHT ANQ GOLDWYN MAE MARSH IN wrwo COMSQY ;