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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - June 12, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta WEDNIiSDAY. JUNK 12, 1918 THE LETIIBRIDGE DAILY HERALD ...........-------SWM------ PAGE I'r\T, F have been connectMeT InorgKiilc Iron pfodiirte. It le i-Mllr auimnMed, doM not (niuro Out teeth, t^.tttK them hleck not upaet thit etnm��h. The mKnufRrtureri B\i�r�nt�� Dicceesfiil And entlrel.r efttli-rectory Teeulta I�erer7 purrhM*r or thej will retond jouf jKJoe/,itudiiixoMdi)juji)�jdniimt�.__^_ _, great bulwark of our national, Indus-trlal and I'ommerclnl life." Duty on Implements Turning to tariff matters Mr. Parsons said It was understood when the government was formed that the aglla-llon of the wostorn grain growers for the abolition of the tariff would not Ix! conllnned during the period of the war. This, he said, had been iloiiloil by Home of the grain growei-s ditritig the sesaloii Just ended, but a newspaper report of an address by Hon. T. A. ! (.'rerar at Winnipeg In the election campaign quoted him as stating "the tariff is not an Issue at present. 1 feel just as strongly on the iiuestion of the tariff as any man. 1 have not wacrlflced these views In Joining a Union governniont-. The tariff i.s not the Issue at present. The great outstanding issuo l8 the winning of the war." After referring to the fact llial the Toronto Olobe had in view of this statement described the tariff situation as a "truce" Mr. Parsons said: 'The raanufacturers, thnrnfore. accepted this view and would have respected the same throughout it others had done so. We have toimd, however to day in the western provincial log-islatures. resolutions have liccn passed asking for the removal ot duty on agricultural Implements as a so-culled 'war measure". In farmers' papers and other organs there has been carried on a constant Tigltatlon against the tariff and denunciation of, the nianufactnrors. Grain growers recently have challenged mauufaclurers to come out openly and declare themselves upon the tariff' question. Much as we would have preferred that there be no consideration of this question during the war, as all our attention should be fixed upon our national obligations with respect thereto, yet some measure ot action has been forced upon us and it is, therefore, necessary lo deny many ot the tinfair erroneous and misleading .statements that have been made for the purpose ot trying to prejudice the minds of the public against manufacturers and manufacturing interests of this country. "Our statements should be prefaced with (he remark that the manufacturers of this country, along with all other clasees, tire vitally interested In the success of the farmers and will not be saliatied untilitho fullest possible measures looking .to their betterment, and removal of any inequalities or unfair burdens, are accomplished. It surely is not necessary to do this, however, at the expense of other classes and at the risk ot ruination �t our great industrial falKic. built up with great care and national efficiency." No Demand For Reciprocity After declaring that there is no more demand for roi^iprocity at the pre.sSnt time than there was when that Issue was defeated at the polls and quoting from President Tail's statement that reciprocity "would only make Canada an adjunct of the United States." Mr. Parsons said it would appear from the propaganda being waged against the manufacturers of Canada, "thai the chief view presented 'that the tariff (k retained solely to the benofit of manufacturers to opnresc all other classes ot the people, the farming oomnuinity in particular." * "It is. therefore, quite evident." he said, "that the time has come when the manufacturers ot this country can no longer keep silent, either in their own interests, the interests of labor, or the groat national Interests of this country. Must Contult Labor "The time has arrived when we must all face this matter in a sincere and broad minded fashion. It surely cannot bo simply a matter of give and 1 take as between raanufneturer/) on the i one hand and grain growers on tlie otlier. Labor must be consufted and considered, the transportation intoi'^ THIS WOMAN SAVED FROM AN OPERATION By takuiK LydiaEePinkham's Vegetable Compound, One of Thousands of Such Cases. iiH piiiiniiiir nil -.-^^^ B1�ck River FallB, Wis.-"As Lydia E. Pinkbam'fl Vegetnblo Compound Bavod mo from an operation, I cannot Bay enough in praise of it. 1 suffered from organic troublesBDd my side hurt me to I could hardly be np from tny bed, and I wasunablotodomy housework. I had the best doctora in Eau Claire und they wanted mo to have an operation, but Lydio E. Pinkham'a Vegetable Compound cured mo so I did not need the operation, and I am telling all my friends about it."-Mra. A. W. BiNZER, Black River Palls, Wis. It {� just stjch experiences as that of Mrs. Bmzer that has made thin famoua root and herb remedy � household word from ocean to ocean. Any woman who suffers from inflammation, ulceration, .displacements, backache, nervousness, irreKuraiities or "the blues" should not rest until she has given it a trial, and for ipocial advice write Lydia E. Finkham ftfedicine Co., Lyiui, Uass. FRENCH AM FilRESTALLEOA BIGtlliBlM With the French Army France, June 12.- (By the Associated Press)--On a width of battle front three thousand yards In extent no rfewer tliin four German divisions (morc' than fifty thousand men) wcrp preparing to heave a hard 'blow when the French yesterday l.-iunched a hlohly successful counter attack south of IVIont Didlcr. The density of the-German troops >�waB fatal for them becmse the allied artillery, machine tjunr,, rifle men and aviators were nble to aim point blank range into the Germans. This fire did great execution. The advantage tj.iined by the allies yestierday wr.t even greater than at first reported. THURSDAfS GROCERY SPECIALS Bottles H. P, Sauce, also E. P. Sauce, Regular 30c. Thursday Special, per bottle ......... Pauline & Chambers Packets Soda Biscuits. Regular 35o. Thursday Special, per packet Quart Tins Old Thyme-Syrup, Maple flavor. Regular 75c.(Thursday Special, per tin ... 1 lb. Packets Hudson BSy Blended Tea, No. 2. Regular 75c. Thursday Special, per lb...... Fine Oyster Shell for Chickens. Regular 8 lbs., 25c. Thursday Special, 10 lbs............. 25c 30c 50c 65c 25c Royal Crown Soap, 5 bars In carton. Reaular SOc'box. Thursday Special, 10 bars........ DDC to lb. S.icks Gr.inulated B. C. Pure Cane Sugar. Regular $1.20. Thursday Special . . Very Fine Grape Fruit. Regular 2 for 25o. Thursday Special, 3 for ................. Tuxedo Baking Powder, 16 oz. Regular 25c. -j jj Thursday Special, per tin............... ItJC FeiR Naptha Soap. Regular 10c bar. Thursday Special, 10 bars ............... OOC 1.15 30c ^Deliveries Every ! Hour Phone 3 13 ests of the country, now so largely controlled by the government, must have thoir say; the great financial institutions of tlie country, wliolosalB and retail businesses, jjroducors controlling our mines, forests and flsli-ories, arc all vitally interested in the question of the tariff and must clearly have a voice as to its retention or otherwi.se. Plan a Conference In giving expression to tlie convictions of manufacturers in this manner who should at the same ti'nie be glad to meet the grain growers of tlie "west and would do our best to try to bring FIXED PRICE FOR E JEWELRY about a conference to be held a little later in the season in the city of Win-1 three monthi^ inipi'isonmont, or lo ..I______ .I.J........f.^..,.r....i r/.llm../^/) . ... �, _ l' ._____� _______ Ottawa. June 11.- As ,i consecHionce of the ado[)tion of tl:" urder-in-councll restricting the impori.iiimi of luxuries, a further order-ln-couinil luis been passed regulating the |i:ic(> of manufacturers of gilt ware. sterling and other silverware. It is provided li.ii [lie (nirrent prices at which tli^^i- articles were sold in- the ordinu;courso of business by dealers at li.- dale of tlie order (Juno IJ) shall mn h.^ increased without the pormis.-;nii of the minister of frade and c niuinerco. t� he granted upon the i :,nn, or to COMMISSIONER OF PUBLIC WORKS Public MEETING IN SUPPORT OF CANDIDATURE OF H. WM. MEECH AT FLEETWOOD SCHOOL THURSDAY. JUNE 13th AT 8,30 P.M. ALL CANDIDATES ARE INVITED nipog; this conference to be followed by other meetings if necessary. Wo desire most earnestly to co-operate with our follow producers and to show them in the frankest manner our problems and to bo shown by them thoir handicaps, in order that we may ^ each of us see wliere changes could l/" possibly be made that would be ot mutual help and benefit. "We would, however, be altogether insincere and dishonest did wO not state in general terms that^if there is one thing more certain than another, it is that manutacturcrs could not possibly exist in this country without the same measure of protection which the tariff affords them. The two stand or tall together. Speaking broadly, Canada must choose between the tariff with manufacturers on the one hand, or wlth^free trade without manufacturers on the other; '.he issue cannot bo dodged and should not be clouded. "At this particular time in our national history when employment for returned soldiers is going to be a matter of paramount importance and when the largest .possible revenue must be obtained in all directions to carry our gigantic war debt, the question uifiy fairly be asked: "Is the farnilng industry lauTuish-ing to such an extent that In order to help it out there must be destroyed, or even impaired, its fellow producer, the manufacturing industry of this country?' In tact the weakening of the latter from our standpoint would mean partial destruction of the former. both fine and inipri.-iniiniont. USE FIVE Oil mm mm London, June 12.-The Germans are taking ceriously the American thrust at the apex of their line in the Clignon Valley (northwest of Ch.nteau Thierry) and thus far have used five divisions in attempting to counter it, but entirely without success," Reu-ter'S correspondent at French headquarters telegraphs under Tuesday's date. Two fresh divisions were thrown at tfte American centre at Bouresches this morning and a fruitless attempt made lo recapture the village. CHARGED WITH lECEIlGMOe THAT WAS SIOLEN Karl Carr, alias I']. M. Stewart, appeared before .Magistrate. Irwin In city police court this week charged Willi receiving a revolver and the sum of $.")00. the property of a local dentist firm, well knowing tlie same to have been stolen. Abonl two weeks ago the office of the dentist tirm was rifled, and since then llic city polii-e have been working (|uielly in an effort to truce liie perpetrators. 'I'hcro are some links in tiie clmin of evidence which are not yet coniplele so the court remamicd Orr for a week in order to allow the police to proceed v.-itii their work. Ii is understood that they have tnn-i: now of a young fellow who was mixed ui) in the theft ami who is alleged to bo a tool of Carr. Carr is a local taxi driver. lOthel Mi'Dougal also ajipcarrd he-fore .Magistrate Irwin cliargcd witii maintaining herself by the vails of prostitution. .She was found guilty aiu} sontiniced to lifl days in the Mount-0(1 Police Hurracks at .Maclcod. Zeilow Zingal was given ;;o days in jai! hero as aji idler. ASSEILY ACCEDES laiHISREQUES London. Ont.. June 12.-Thei I're.'^-liytei'ian gener.-i! assembly decided this morning to accede to the request of the Presbytery of Torcnito, that In all case;! military chaplains be permitted to ir;iiisfer from tin; consliluent roll of the fresbyteries in ivliicb they reside to the roll of the Preabyterles to whii'li their military work takes them. Fifty names to f(n'm a comraittee o'.i (he forward movement, vcpreseiila-live of tlie wilole cluircli from coast to I'Oiist were submitted to the assembly but were roferrcil hack to the striking committee for further cousid-er.ition. Ill a furtiier discussion of the theological collego situation. i'resldeut .Murr.iy of. the University of Saskatchewan, said that conientraliou of the students in fewer colleges v.'onid iie difficiftf. AT THE EMPRESS jf-itic on Friday and S.itiirday tlii.-i week, when Hilly. Oswald the famous i.Dmi'diaii will be seen itind lieardi in his latest comedy triunil>)i "Voii're .Vexi." With an all elar cast of principals, the tiimouR singing and danc-iii.g chorus of brunette boiiutips, ;in uitractive sct^nic production, and iweiity of till! latest song successes. "Voii're .Vexl" will prove to be the om^ Ijright spot In this season's theatrical firmami'ut. AT STARLaND SHIPYAi ouipy EXCEEDS SIf AUCTION SALE OF LADIES' BOOTS AT WADDINGTON'$ AUCTION MiOMS On FRIDAY NEXT AT a,30  ./ High Grade Boots including Qiieen Quality, McPher-son, Empireu, etc. ABOUT 160 PAIRS Wiul BE SOLD. ABSOLUTELY NO RESERVE, FRANK WADDINGTON  TH15 AUCTIONEER .ist i llie brilliant touch 'to her "Caniille" i lliat will fairly electrify tlie picturo-! going public. .\ wonderful picture is I in store for you. An item of special note in the second Millie Rurke Paramount production, "Tlie Land of Promise," is the disiilay of remarkable types in cvi'ii I lie most unimportant roles. .As most of the action was supjjosed lo tul;e Iilace in wi'Rtern Canada. Director Josepli Kaufman and tiiilie Fturke. star, decided, that no "tendertccl" eastern actors should, intrude their monocles and wrist watches whern there should bo rugged strength and work-roughcncd hands. For this purpose most, of the small parts were played h,v native farmers of Canada, from (lifteront parts of Manitolia. "Tile l.,and of Promise." which was writleti by W. Somerset Maughan. will he shown at J^tariaud tonight and tomorrow EMPRESS \ TONIGHT LAST TIME AT THE MA.JESTIC One of tho most i^lractlve attractions of the season cbmes lo the Ma- BILLY OSWALD, the famous comedian, as he appears in his latest comedy triumph, "You're Next'" at tlie Majestic Friitay and Satu^day, and Saturday matinee this week. TONIGHT AND TOMORROW PARAMOUNT PICTURES PRESENT Eiilie Burke "The Land of Promise" ALSO VICTOR MOORE "MOVING" KLEVER KOMEDY Theda Bara in "Camille'' Also Latest Current Events and L-KO Komedy. MAJESTIC--SsvFri. &Sat. This Week, June 14-lS BIG SPECIAL SATURDAY MATINEE FOR KIDDIES THE UNITED PRODUCING CO,, LTD,, PRESENT THE MOST POPULAR COMEDIAN OF THE DAY IN HIS GREATEST COMEDY TRIUMPH Hov. MttUl'ow Kelly, oC Saska,l;cho-wan, -�wati elected chairman- of tho Oougregatlonul (Julou for the,, following year, ;;.'. WITH A MAGNIFICENT CAST OF PRINCIPALS INCLUDING: BEATRICE CARMEN, KATHERINE SHELDON, MARIE THAYER, RENE LAVERNON, OLIVE STANLEY, ROBERT KNIGHT, �.CHARLES^ BKTES, STAN, BROWN, CHARLES HICKLIN, AL. SHAW, AND THE I This Is Not a Moving Picture,.But a Living Picture of Beauty, Mirth and Merriment with BILLY OSWALD In His Lateit and Funnlett . Farce. PRICES: Nights .........^. $1.()0, 75c, 60o Saturday Matinee",. k. 7Sc, 50c, 25c BIG SPECIAL MATINEE ON SATURDAY- KIDDIES IG EAUT.Y . RUNETtE CHORUS _ _ THIS IS AN ABSOLUTELY GUARANTEED ATTRACTION, AND FOR YOUR OWN SAP WE BEG YOU TO GET V YOUR SEATS IN ADVANCE. jlOc ;