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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 12, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta JUNE THE LETIIBTUDGR DAILY HERALD bulwark of ouf Indus rial and eotnmeitttftl plnyml on the battlefield they arc nol oitfy entitled to nt hut to a consideration of their which they have not had In large enough measures One thing appears to he name whefe Individual am bltlon and good work are shown theae must all be recognized hy hoth Inter ests In the business and properly re On the other Jmnd the tin willing and the Inefficient must no block the pathof the ready and th of CoogHratlon I would like to See a spirit of mu tialltyand cooperation engineerec that the two great classes would thin together and not I Relieve thi result In such efficiency in al our organizations that we h able to Increase our home and forelg helf pay our war obligation make reasonable profits and pay hlgl er wages than would otherwise b said The Tariff In taking up the question of tarl Parsons dealt with the coming i to existence ot the national polii 1 and the trying years previous to 187 He referred to the fact that Canada young men then were seeking open ings In the United iStates and the commercial interests of this country were We are now in he especially on of the propa ganda of one section of our popula failing to profit by exper losing our balance and blindly yielding to the demand for undermin ing thatwhich has proved to be the Why I Believe in Nuxated Iron Al Strait ttl 1UW Probably no remedy lias ever met with auch phenomenal success as has Mixated It is conservatively estimated mat iivcr three million people annually arc talc ing if in country It his been liiKhly endorsed and used by Former United Slates Senatas and Members pf Congress Ihyaicfans have been connected vita wellknown hospitals have prescribed recommended it Monscigneur a prominent recommends it to rbrmcr Health Commissioner of says it ought to be used in every hospital and prescribed by every I late Police Surgeon of the City of and former House Surgeon Jefferson Park says Nuxated Iron has proven through hii own lests of it to excel any preparation he has ever used for creating build lag up the strengthening the mill clcs and correcting digestive James Francis formerly physician of Bcllevuc Hospital Outdoor New and the Weitchester County Hospital there are thousands of men and women who need a and Wood builder but do not know what to In his opinion there is nothing better than organic enriching the blood and helping to increase the and endurance of men and women who burn up too rapidly their ergy in the strenuous strain of the great business competition of the you can walk without becoming fit i take two fivegrain tablets of Nfixated Iron times per day after meals for two Then test your strength again and how much you have Ron Htuatml which hMftxen nNtf former of tho and i cf and other prominent with I and which In prencrlbtM and i ded br phTilclnna not ft Merck lut whlcQ Is known In dmgiltti unlike tLe Inorgftntc Iron It UcMllr not Injure ihn them bUck nor upitt matDufftntunri rtianntoo and eotlrelr Mtl fvrlfiry purrhuvror thfff jouf Duty on Turning to tariff mattdfo Par ons said It was underjtorW when he overnment was formed that tho aglta on of the western grain growers for IB abolition of the tariff would not o continued during the period of the war he hail been denied y some of the grain growers during he session Just but a newspiip r report of an address by rerar at Winnipeg In the election ampalgn quoted him as stating the arlft Is not an Issue at I nel Just as strongly on the question f the tariff any 1 have not sacrificed these views in joining a Inlon government The tariff Is not he issue at The great out standing issue is the winning ot the After referring to the fact that the Toronto Globe had Irt view of this statement described Ihe tariff situa tion as a truce Parsons said ac otptoil this view and would have re spected the same throughout It others had done We to day in the western provincial leg resolutions have been pass ed asking for the removal of duty on agricultural implements as a socalled In farmers papers and other organs there has been car ried on a constant igltation agalnsl the tariff and denunciation the Grain growers re cently have challenged manufacturers to come out openly and declare them selves upon the tariff Mucl as we would have preferred that then he no consideration of this qnestlot during the as all our attention should be fixed upon our national ob llgations with respect ye some measure of action baa bee forced upon us and it therefore necessary to deny many of the nnfai erroneous and misleading statement that have been made for the purpos trying to prejudice the minds of th pubhc against manufacturers and manufacturing Interests of this coun Our statements should be prefaced with the1 remark that the manufactur ers of this along with all oth er are vitally interested in the success of the farmers and will not be satisfied untillihe fullest possible mea sures looking ito their and removal of any inequalities or unfair are It surely is not necessary to do at the expense of other classes and the risk of ruination our great In dustrial built up with great care and national No Demand For Reciprocity After declaring that there is no more demand for at the present time than there was when that issue was defeated at the polls and quoting from President Tafts statement that reciprocity would only make Canada an adjunct of the United Parsons said it would appear from the propaganda being waged against the manufacturers of that the chief view presented that the tariff is retained solely to the benefit of manufacturers to opflresc all classes of the the farming community in It quite he that the time has come when the manufacturers of this country can no longer keep either in their own the interests of or the great national interests of this Mutt Consult Labor The time has arrived when we must all face this matter in a sincere and broad minded It surely cannot be simply a matter of give and take as between manufaeturerp on the one hand and grain growers on the Labor must be consulted and the transportation THIS WOMAN SAVED FROM AN OPERATION taking Pinkliama Bliek Hirer Lydi Pinkbamt Vegetable Compound raved me an I cannot Bay enough in praise of 1 suffered from organic troubles and my side hurt me to I could hardly be tip from my and I unable todo my I had the best doctors in Eau Claire and they wanted mo to have an bul Vegetable Compound cured me so did notWd the operation and I em ellu all my friends about it Black River It Is just such experiences as that ot that has made thw famous t and herb remedy household word EORESTALLEDA With the French Army In June the Assoc iated a width of bat tle front three thousand yards In axtent no than four Ger man divisions than fifty thousand men wiire preparing to heave a hard blow when the French yesterday launched a highly successful counter attack south of Mont The den sity of theQerman fatal for them because the allied machine rifle men and aviators were able to aim point blank range Ger This fire did great execu The advantage gained by the allies yeSlierday was even greater than at first FIXEDPiEFOR THURSDAYS GROCERY SPECIALS OA CA Bottles alto Regular Thursday pec bottle Pauline A Chambers Packets Soda Regular Thursday per packet Quart Tins Old Maple Regular per tin 1 Packets Hudson Bdy Blended CC Regular Thursday per Ib Fine Oyster Shell for Regular 8 Thursday 10 Deliveries Every i Hour 1 1 C Royal Crown 5 bars In Regular SOe1 Thursday 10 bars 10 Granulated Pure Cane Regular Thursday Special Very Fine Grape Regular 2 for Thursday 3 for Tuxedo Baking 16 Regular ft Thursday per tin Pels Naptha Regular 10c Thursday 10 bars llnkham Medicine ests of the now so largely controlled by the must have their say the great financial in stitutions of the wholesale and retail producers con trolling our forests and fish are all vitally interested in the question of the tariff and must clear ly have a voice as to its retention or Plan a Conference In giving expression to tho convic tions of manufacturers in this maniiei June a consequence of the adoption of tin1 urderincouncll restricting the of luxuries a further orderincoum il IUIK been pas sed regulating the price of manutac turers of gilt ami and the eurren articles were other It is provided prices at which sohl in the ordinary course of busi ness by dealers at dale of the or der June 3 shall nut be increasec without the permission of the ter of trade and b COMMISSIONER OF PUBLIC WORKS Public MEETING IN SUPPORT OF CANDIDATURE OF MEEGH AT FLEETWOOD SCHOOL JUNE 13th AT ALL CANDIDATES ARE INVITED LIU I1C WL who Bhoulcl at the same time be glad to meet the grain growers of the west and would do our best to try to bring about a conference to be held a Httio later In the season in the city ot in nipeg this conference to be followed bv other meetings if We desire most earnestly to cooperato with our fellow producers and to show them in the frankest manner our problems and to be shown by them their in order that we may each of us see where changes could possibly be made that would be of mutual help and benefit We be altogethci insincere and dishonest did we not state in general terms that if there is one thing more certain than it is that manufacturers could not possibly ejiist in this country without the same measure of protection which the tariff affords The two stand or fall Speaking Canada must choose between the tariff with on the one or withsfree trade without manufacturers on the other he issue cannot be dodged and should not be At this particular time in our nat ional history when employment for returned soldiers is going to be a mat ter of paramount importance and when the largest revenue must be obtained in all directions to carry our gigantic war the ques tion nifty fairly be asked Is the farmmK industry ing to such an extent that In order to help it out there must be destroyed or even its fellow producer the manufacturing industry of this country In fact the weakening of the latter from our standpoint would mean partial destruction of the for granted upon the o the war trade board Any person found guilty of violatin tiie above regulation is liable to a penalty not exceeding or to THAT WAS STOLEN Earl alias ap peared before Itwin In city police court this week charged with receiving a revolver and the sum of the property of a local dentist well knowing the same to have been About two weeks ago the office of the dentist firm was rif and since then the city police have been working quietly in an nf committeefor further consul fort to trace the There B June byterian general assembly decided this morning to accede to the refluent of tho Presbytery of that In all chaplains he permitted to transfer from the constituent roll of the Presbyteries in which they re side to the roll of tho Presbyteries to which their military work takes Fifty names to form a committee on tho forward representa tive of the wliolH church from coast to coast were submitted to the assem blv but were referred back to the on Friday nnd Saturday this when Oswald the famous comedian will he seen and heart in his latest comedy triumph Youro With an all star cast of prln the famous singing and danc ing chorus of brunette nn attractive scenic anil twenty of the latest song Youre Xexl will prove to be the one bright spot in this seasons thcatrie cal are some links in the chain of evld ence which are not yet complete so the court remanded Carr for a week In a further discussion of the theol ogical college President Murray the University of Saskat i yi linn V Ul Liir i in order to allow the po ice to pio1 of the coed with their It is would he coed with their stood that they have trace now of a young fellow who was mixed up in the theft and who is alleged o he a tool of Can is a local taxi driv Ethel McDougal also appeared be fore Magistrate Irwin charged with maintaining herself by the vails of I She was found guilty AT THE EMPRESS AT STARLAND An Item of special note In the sec ond Billie Burke Paramount produc The Land of Is the display of remarkable types in even the most unimportant As most of the action was supposed to take place in western Director Joseph Kaufman and Billie that no tenderfoot eastern actors intrude their monocles and wrist watches there should be nigged strength and workroughened Fqr this pur pose of the small parts wens played by native farmers of froin different parts of The Land of which was written hy will be shown at Starland tonight and tomorrow three monthsf or to both fine and June Ger mans are taking seriously the Am erican thrust at the apex of their line in the Clignon Valley north west of Chateau Thierry and thus far have used five divisions in attempting to counter but entlfely without Rou ters correspondent French headquarters telegraphs under Tuesdays Two fresh divi sions were thrown at tfle Ameri can centre at Bouresches this morning and a fruitless attempt made to recapture the Tlieda the incomparable Wil liam Kox is coming to the ISmprcfis theatre last tinje in tho wonderful Ca in tno wonueriui sentenced to 30 days in the Mount1 from Alexamlro eif Police Barracks at fascinatine French Zedow was given 30 days in jail here as an AUCTION SALE OF LADIES BOOTS AT WADDINCTONS AUCTION RtfOMS On FRIDAY NEXT AT High Grade Boots includinf Queen McPher ABOUT 150 PAIRS Wlti ABSOLUTELY NO FRANK WAPDINGTON AUCTIONEER June Canada food board has passed an order which is expected definitely to prevent specu lation in the produce business ami to limit profits to a reasonable margin over The order provides that on and after July 1 no person deal ing wholesale in oleomargarine or in sell ing to a retail or wholesale shall charge on each transaction niore than 10 pel centum aver his cost price delivered to When salaried men are employed In buying or when commission is paid the charge for such In computing 8hal not exceed the recognized charge fo buying or the customary commission Ao Other In selling to another wholesale lea ler the charge on each transact must not exceed the cost price1 bj more than 4 per When selling prints of butter wjilcl have been mdulded or cut by hiin the wholesale dealer may be permit ted to charge an additional pripo t cover the cost of such moulding o but this additional price ttiust not be more than i per In gelling or storing eggs that Jiave been candled by himself the wholesal dealer may add up to three cents per dozen to cover the cost of fillers and loss from defective candles eggs for saltt out of cold storage he may more than three per centum to cover cost H labor and lloss from defective When the produce dealt in been or Ueltl for more than 30 I the cost of holding or carrying may be added to the cost price delivered to and the cost of carrying may include storage at public tariff interest at 7 per centum and Matthew elected chairman of tho Congregational Uuion for fol lowing Ger UI submarines began their raids oft ho Atlantic Coast on May 25 the out ut of shipyard building vessels for le shipping hoardhas exceeded the iuklngs of American ships by more ban deadweight The Deduction during this interval has men 21 ships totalljug tons ncluding the vessels TUB ubmarines destroyed ten American hips totalling dumas fascinating French The Lady of the This pictnrization gives Miss Barus won derful abilities the fullest she is at her Her play of emo as she ptcturizes the IKe of the famous French are vivid and Only Theda Bara can put the brilliant her Camille i that will fairly electrify the picture i Koing A wonderful picture is in store for EMPRESS TONIGHT LAST TIME AT THE MAJESTIC One or the most attractive attrac tions of the season ctmes to the Ma TONIGHT AND TOMORROW PARAMOUNT PICTURES PRESENT Billie Burke BILLY the famous as he appears in his latest comedy Youre Next at the Priqay and and Saturday matinee this weeto IN The Land of Promise ALSO VICTOR MOORE IN MOVING KLEVER KOMEDY Theda Bara in Camille Also Latest Current Events and LKO This June 1415 BIG SPECIAL SATURDAY MATINEE FOR KIDDIES THE UNITED PRODUCING PRESENT THE MOST POPULAR COMEDIAN OF THE DAY IN GREATEST COMEDY TRIUMPH 1C AIS FARCE WITH A MAGNIFICENT CAST OF PRINCIPALS INCLUDING BEATRICE KATHERINE MARIE RENE OLIVE ROBERT CHARUE8 CHARLES v AND THE u IG RUNETtE CHORUS THIS IS AN ABSOLUTELY CE This Is Not a Moving a Living Picture of Mirth and Merriment with BILLY OS WALD in His Latest and Funniest PRICES Nights Saturday Matinee 60o 26ft BIG SPECIAL MATINEE ON SATURDAY KIDDIES 10 c OWN SAP WE BEG YOU TO GET ;