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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - June 1, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta sATiinnAY, Ji'Ni;; 1, ini.s i'HE LE'l'HBIlIDGK DAILY TRRALD 'AGE ELEVEN Western Farmers In' The House of Commons 1) llollcvliiK tlwil our rmiilcrH will \>i\ \n-tuiUHteil In reinliiiK wliul our VVgHlorii fiiriiior moiiiDerti iwis imyliiK in tlm IliJiiao of Conimnii.s wo iiro kIvId),' M>mc. ol (iKilr !M)(;(M'.lii-'� im uiiiiuiirtMl in Uio official i'oconl of ilii! lloufH" of (.'onimonH. Tlio flr.Ht l,s Unit of .1. A. MnliarK. niunilior for Miiplo (.'rt:(^l(l in ' piirt only. Lack of Hpacc pri'vcnls ns glvInK It in full. .Mr. Hiieukcr:-Hcforp coninu^iicInK to (llHcUKri Iho bnilHot, I Mhonid like lo rofor to tlio few riMunrk-! tlial.tliii liononiljlo ruonilioc for Toronto V,a)\ivo iMr, Brialoi) diroctrd at llin fiirnu.-rn of WuHtorn (Uuuida in iiari iiMiliir. I utn Hrtrry (Ik; luuioriAjlo Rcntloniaii it) not in Ills siiat, I would luivi^ iiocn hotter idca.scMl if lie liad I am nl a'loss to umlcrHliind why lioiior-, al)lu monihor.'!, iiurticularly Uiomc from citing, luivc to lie contlnnouMly I'cfcr- rinii; lo thn ))osllloii of Iho fnrumrs. I liuvii uol, luiai'd Ihi' turmcrrt or tlicir roiircKon'liillvi'r s))eakln'g in,u Bimllar ta�liioii in i ngnni lo tiidin. T ils rofer-iMici' to the fnrnif-r.s Heoni.'! lo come liarliitolarly Iroui Hlimi'- who liavo n liroliM'iioni.ii iirKumcnt lo udvuncf. 'I'h(\v si'i'in 10 tlin aHHumcU liroH-pci'ily of llii- WcHlorn farnicr.s aw an arKiiinonl why ilioy .Mhonld not ho asklnti; for more torlff inductions. If Iho farnKUM or tholi' roprt'.scnlatlvi.'m .'lo (Ic.slrt'd IJiny could uho tlic very same arKUmcnt iu rcKurd to IIiohh KiMitlenii'ii, \V(! could find it cany lo do nn liicy linvo done, lo rcfor lo anlomohiio.ance durliuvihe dura-(he war. ll Is hard fol- uie lo llial any Kroiip of men woiild s 11 Ihe jus enter Inio an arrmiKement wherehy Ihe fiscal policy of Ihe A drive nwnv the l(>scr i!l-(, ^ wliich. If neRlcetert, iiriy ile- P velop. Proper nUcntlon to > the Ridncys suggests \ . i KIDNEYS At tlle fir..t evidence tlinl Ki iin 0 aide niemher snlcl tliiit. the farmers i situation. l';verv in-' New York, June 1.--'or tiriable Ktrlkoa In Ihe fhdil Tor econoiuic Improvenioiiithi. moHt important fudos to InslKiiifiriince compared to tho neeoRKlty of a united fighi of the working men anil uniiieu of the world agjiinst (Iin most vii imi;; ;iulo-cracy lhal Was ever known tlic I'rus-1 !j slan government," said C.'oigi' L. 16 llerry, presliloilt of the liiierniitloiiiil | ^ niiion of Printing I'res^.in.'ii. anil n|i ihoniher of Ihe Amoriiiiu I.iflnir dele-' 1 giition to Kiirope, in ,i sintomonl '  :.hov,inf; tliu work of iin- oii.-!|on 1 abroad. \% "The Wf^rkors." lie ciiniiinicil. "ciui-I 1 nol iirrord, in the intercut ,,1 :ill llieyiS stood for, to permit thein,-eh to 1,0 misii'd as to the iruth of lin' .-itiiulion_ and the i'et'ords to daio piovc lluii they are not permitting tii-iiisclves to i be misled by the Oerinan p; niMi^anda." selves Unit tUis miiiil always happen. The argmueni ffl false. Tills fallh Ic uol hasrd on reason." . Confidence In American help , i::\v\. with tho object unattuined. Wo hav,> jicrsuaded our- THE HICK-SEHL HARDWARE CO. bb,,i Wear-Ever^^ Special $1.75 Three-Quart "Wear-Ever'' Aluminum Covered Sauce Pan For Only $1. AND COUPON Replace Utensils That Wear OUT With Utensils That "Wear-EVER" Aluminum utensils are NOT "all the same." That's why so many women prefer "Wear-Ever." Get this kettle and see for yourself the difference. Refuse substitutes. . - - ^ ,"� ' Clip the Coupon-Present it and get one of these durable "Wear-Ever" Kettles. THE HICK-SEHL HARDWARE CO. "Wear-Ever" Coupon In order thai the factory may have un accurnix. record of the number of these 4-quBrt-wine measure - "Wear-Ever" Aluminum Kettles sold at this special price, we are required to return to the factory this coupon 'With puryhaser's name, address and date of purchase, which must, not ho later than closing date of this sale, plainly written thereon. -N'ame .......................................... Address ........................................ t^lty ........................ Ijatp ............. THE HICK-SEHL HARDWARE CO., LIMITED L.ethbridge Motors Limited DISTRIBUTOR OF MoLAUGHLlN-BUICK CARS P. LUND & SON I Wholesale and Retail Dealers in LUMBER Lath, Shingles, Mouldings and Finishing Lumber Builders' Supplies of All Kinds CONSULT US REGARDING PRICES, PLANS, ETC. WE BUILD HOUSES TO ORDER HEAD OFFICE AND DISTRIBUTING YARD, CORNER THIRD AVENUE AND SEVENTEENTH STREET, LETHBRIDQE. BRANCH YARDS: AT MACLEOD, COALDALE, CHIN ANC VARN-WELL, AT THESE POINTS WE HANDLE FENCIWG MATER. lAL, HARDWARE AND FARM IMPLEMENTS, BOX 189, OR PHONE 516, LETHBRIDGE HOPES TO REA A SEIMENT Vancouver, June 1,-fjonator aidoon llobertson, who is hero representing tlio I^oniinlon Kovornment as mediator between tlie strikhiK shipyards and tho company managoinents this raorn-ing stated that ho would have fiirthor cnntereucoa with representativos of Ihe men and tho employers today but tliat if it was to dunmpi that if il was found impossible to reacli an amicable understanding independent oC tlio boilnnnalcers, he felt thai 11 would be uselosa for hlni to remain hero longer. A basis of sottleniont had been prae-ticnlly arrived at yoaterdoy ai:ternoou when a meetinK of the boilermnkers union last night refused to enter into any agroemenl extending beyond Aug, 1. 191S, This blocked the nogotiat-lons. SHELLED SPANISH SHIP. Wa,shlnKton, May 31,-News of'Uio filiollinK of IJio Spanish ateamor Maria ria wiilch caused, the death of her captain and several paseengors, rpiichert hero today iu diplomatic dispatches. 'IMio vessel reached a Spanish port after tho encounter, ' ALIENS ROUNDED UP Montreal, ,lune 1.-Tho largest party, of enemy allons, 2t in number, yet sbtui to the iiiteruuieiit ciinip iit Knpuultusing, hove been rounded up In this city this w(!"k for boaBtinp of Gorman "victorli'"'' Delays are Dangerous ! The railways will be unable to haWdle the wheat crop this fall- UNLESS the people of Manitoba, Saskatchewan and Alberta get in the greater part of their coal for winter use at once- '''^ There's lots of Coal in Alberta, but it is yet to be mined. i)8li't freeze this winter for lack of forethought now. Conditions w^er� never likeHhis before and we urge immediate p'bacing of orders -for your own sake. EVERY CAR OF ALBEMTA COAL IS GOVERNMENT INSPECTED Government of the Province of Alberta JOHN T. STIBLINO, Fuel Administrator for Albert*. ???:.:$/+..6?B 4 ;