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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - June 14, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE SIX THE LETIIBRIDGE DAILY HERALD THURSDAY, .TUNE 14, 1917 LIBERALS PROPOSE A RESOLUTION TO Hon. G. P. Graham To Offer It, But Not as Amendment to Conscription Bill TEACHER SUED I Ottawa, .Tune 13.- Matters relating to trade and transportation enpngod the attention of parliament today, when tho estimates of Sir George Foster, minister of trade and commerce, were under review. Incidentally the question of settlement of the westenn coal strike came up and Hon. T. YV. Orothers stated that action would he taken very' shortly by the government to insure the operation of the mines, if an agreement is not arrived at between the operators and the miners. \V. K. Knowles referred to the urgency of the matter. He said that delay now might mean the loss of human life In the west in the months to come. Sir George Foster stated that it was the purpose of Great Hritain to purchase supplies as far as possible in Canada. Referring to tho matter of the control of prices, he stated that there could be no arbitrary fixing of values by a food controller. Storage of foods and speculation play a part in the matter of high prices, but the basic causes of present prices is the war and conditions in which we live. Col. J. A. Currte criticized the policy of the United States in stipulating that money lent to the allies shall be spent for supplies in that country. He thought this an unfriendly act. He was also disposed to criticize the minister of trade and commerce for lack of aggressiveness in regard to trade matters. He said the country would favor the exercise of more energy on the part of the department. Conscription of Wealth. Hon. Geo. P. Graham has given notice of a resolution relative to the conscription of wealth, which is to be moved as an amendment to tho motion to go into supply and voted on in order-to give the members of the opposition an opportunity to express tiieir views as to what steps they think should be taken by the government in addition to the conscription of men. It will not be moved ns an amendment to the military service bill probably because of the fear of the Liberal supporters of conscription that such an amendment would endanger that measure. Mr. Graham's resolution is as follows: "That in the opinion of this house it is desirable that steps should be taken forthwith by the government to provide that accumulated wealth shctild contribute tomediately and effectively to the cost of the war; and that all agricultural, industrial, transportation and national resources of the country should be organized forthwith so as to insure the greatest possible assistance to the empire in the war. and to reduce the cost of living to the Canadian people." (From Our Own CorresponflenO Macleod. Juno 14.-In the district court Judge Mc.N'oill presiding, several cases were on the list. Some were settled out of court others laid over to the next sitting except that of Pearson vs. Hazelmern School District. Pearson had boon engaged by tho official trustee during the hard years, and agreed to teach one month free if engaged for a year. I>atcr he changed his mind and sued for the months pay, which was given him by the judge, but without cost or interest, as it was not in writing. Tho judge scored Pearson severely for making his bond of less value than his wortl. Heavy rains of the past five days make travelling very bad. but make the growing crops very good, one can almost hear it grow, and has the tendency to attract land seekers and buyers to this desirable district. Several sales have been made the past week, and several pending. The agent for the Ford motor tractor gave an exhibition Wednesday afternoon, at Mr. R. Hackets farm south of town, all worked well, but the north end of the land was very-wet, and the wheels cut in some but nothing to interfere with the tractor doing good work. Rev. \V. A. Lewis left for Edmonton Wednesday to move his family to Macleod, where he will reside for the next four years, 43 pastor of the Methodist church. ML VIEW LADY DIES OF TYPHOID Mrs. Jordan Dead-Coal Situation Serious in Cardston District (From Our Own Correspondent) CnrdsUm. Juno 12.-Word came l.y phone today that Mrs. Harriet Parker Jordan, wife of Mr. Ross Jordan, of Mt. View, died this morning of typhoid fever. Tho deceased leaves two small children and a young husband to mourn her Iops. Again nil tho western end of this district is shocked by this sadness. The parents of the lady nre Mr. and Mrs. Jas. S. Parker of Mt. View and her husband is tho third son of Mr. and Mrs. .). P. Jordan, also old time residents of this district. The Coal Situation. Many residents ot the town and district are hunting the wood pile these days-not from choice, but from necessity-as no coal has beon shipped ihto town for about a month now and very many people are entirely out of fuel save* for the wood that can be had. There was some slack coal at the mill here, but all the supply has been taken over by the town for the electric light plant and unless some relief is soon had the plant will havo to TAX TO BE INSANITY SHOWS MARKED INCREASE IN MANITOBA close down in another woolt. Tho local njincs of Messrs. Crawford Bros., near Moundnry Oreok nnd of Mr. Frank Mav at Hcnzor, nro starting up aiULjiiu relieve the situation In tho weSl somowhnt, but thus far very llt.tlo hps beon sold in.town. It is to bo hopbd that something will be done to relievo the situation before the town 'goes Into darkness or the pooplo fleo to tho tall timbers where fuel-can be had for tho cutting. Tho Cnrdston. Oil and Gas Company shareholders recently held a reorganization meeting and made 11. D. Foi-sora, president; J. Y. Card, vice-president and J. E. Harris, secretnry-troasuror. It was decided to wind up the affairs of tho company. .Meantime oil developments are just really beginning In this district with tho coming in of American capital nnd the sinking of tho two tost wells for which preparations are now going ahead as fnst as the weather will permit. COAST ARTILLERY TO BE FORMED IN BRAZIL Insane Persons Committed to Selkirk Asylum at the Rate of Two a Day Winnipeg, Man., June 12.-Seventy-five patients, many of them violently-insane, will be transferred by special train, Tuesday, from Selkirk to Brandon asylum. "There has heen an alarming increase in the insanity in the province lately," Mr. Oxton, the deputy minister, declared. "During the last two months two patients have been committed to Selkirk asylum every day. Part of the increase is due to the soldier cases." Anchor-Donaldson Line Comfort and Economy. Large Modern Steamers. Excellent accommodation. Special attention given women and children. Prepaid tickets Issued at lowe3t rates. Full information from any R.R. or S.S. Agent or H. E. LIDMAN, Gen. Agent. 449 Main St., Winnipeg, Man, Phone M 5312 470 Granville St., Vancouver, Phone Sey. 31S9 SUMMER SCHOOL FOR TEACHERS AT University of Alberta COURSES IN SCIENCE AND AGRICULTURE COURSES IN ART, MANUAL ARTS & HOUSEHOLD ARTS By Special Arrangements with the Department of Militia there will also be offered PHYSICAL TRAINING INSTRUCTOR'S COURSE and CADET INSTRUCTOR'S COURSE Courses are open to Teachers, School Principals and Inspectors from the FOUR WESTERN PROVINCES Application should be sent, not later than June 20, 1917, to Department ot Education, Edmonton, Alberta. Ottawa, June 13.-An announcement I is expected from the finance minister' of the imposition of an income tax next year. Between now and the end of the year the organization for assessing and collecting this tax will be completed and already steps have b.een taken to perfect the system, tfrtilch is necessarily complicated and difficult of administration. TWb Income tax, like the war profits measure, is another method of conscripting the wealth ot the individual for public service. It is expected that the tax will be on all incomes ttver $3,000 and with the levy increases with the amount of income. ! PERSHING ENTERTAINED. Jyo4�dpn, June 12.-Maj.-Gen. John rershteg and eighteen members of Jti3 start were the guests of the British gorevninent at a formal dinner tonight in Lancaster house. "Alberta Government Telephones' WE HAVE IN STOCK FOR IMMEDIATE SHIPMENT THE FOLLOWING GRATES 32 h.p. Reeves. 32 h.p. Case. 30-36 h.p. Rumely. GEARS 32 h.p. Reeves, bull and clutch pinions. Master and intermediate gears. 32 h.p. Case, bull and clutch pinions. Master gears, two and four arm spider. We are now in a position to , deliver castings every four days. G. KISCHEL LesBeo of the Lethbrldge Iron Works. Traction Engine REPAIRS We are well equipped to handle all kinds of repair work on either steam or gas tractors. Only high class work leaves our shop, and we will quote you prices that are right. NIVEN BROS. 216 First Ave. 8. Phone 1732 TELEPHONE MEN WANTED Experienced Foremen, Sub Foremen, Linemen, Cable Splicers, Cable Splicers' helpers, Wire Chiefs, Automatic Switchmen, District Plant Inspectors, City Trouble Men, Manual Switch Board men, Installers and Rack men, arc required at Calgary, Lethbridgc and Medicine Hat. The following minimum wages are offered to competent men. Higher salaries will be paid when warranted by ability and services rendered: Exchange Foremen .............................. $135.00 per month Exchange Sub Foremen.............................. 60c per hour Exchange Linemen .................................... 66c per hour Floating Gang Foremen ..................$4.00 per day and expenses Floating Gang Linemen..................$3.25 per day and expenses Cable Splicers...................................... 65c per hour Cable Splicers' Helpers................................44c per hour Wire Chiefs ..................................... $120.00 per month District Splicers.................................$105.00 per month Automatic Switchmen .......................... $105.00 per month Troublemen ..........,..........................$106.00 per month Switch Board men................................ $105.00 per month Installers.............................................48c per hour Rack men ............................................ 48c per hour FOUR YOUNG MEN ARE WANTED to learn the Automatic, and Three to learn the District Plant Work. Apply, giving full particulars of past experience and reference to Local Office, W. R. Pearce, General Superintendent. ' ' 156-3 A BRITISH PALESTINE Rio Janeiro, June 7.-The government has issued n decree for the formation of a first section of coaBt artillery. Tho decree also calls for the oponing of a credit of STO.000,000 rols to be expended on armament and war materials. Under normal conditions 870,000,000 rels would be tho equivalent of $26,-100,000. MORE DESTROYERS. Paris, June 8.-An additional flotilla of American destroyers and patrols to co-operate with the French fleet In the English channel and the Atlantic is expected shortly, according to the Matin. The paper says the bases have been prepared to accommodate the American shins. SLACKERS ARRESTED Virginia, Minn.. June 13-Eighty-one alleged "slackers" are In jail in rnnge towns as the result of n drive by authorities. Nine men who came to the court today to register, they said, Were arrested. With tho capture ot Jerusalem by British forces, imminent, there is pnr-tlculnr timeliness in tho discussion by Dr. It. W. Soton-Watson (D. Litt; King's College, London) in "The Now Europe" ot the problem of tho establishment of a Jewish colony under British auspices In 1'nlestino.' Tho Holy Land is In 11 position to become tho surest bulwark of tho Sue/. Canal against tho predatory nmbitlona of the GermmiR in tholr "thrust toward tho East." "A British Palestine." writes Doctor Seton-W'ntaon, "must bo a Jewish Palestine tho homo of a restored Jewish people, the spiritual centre ot the whole Jewish race." Ho fortifies his contention by tho traditional concern of the British In tho history ot tho Holy Land and of its inhabitants nnd the national grntitudo that Jews tho world over will feel toward those who havo wrought for the rectification of social and political abuses from which the Jews have suffered all those centuries. "Our strategical needs have sent us to Pnlestino. They conspire with tho British instinct for liberty nnd nationality to Induco us to encourage tlio development in Pnlestino of a. Jowish dominion utider the British flog. Tho strongest ot all bulwarks is a large and progressive population devoted to the soil upon which it dwolls and loyftl to the British cause, which only tho Jewish people can constitute in Palestine. They alone can bring a passionate love for the land of their ancestors and the goal .of their longing durlug 2000 years; they alone can bring along with this spiritual force knowledge, technical skill and material resources for the full expansion of Palestine's natural powers. Experience has taught us that the self-governing dominions, so far from being nn extension of burdens, are towers of strength in the days of trial. A self-governing dominion in Palestine, in like fashion, could assume in the pro- e^Tfs.ROYAL YEAST Ha* been Canada's favcrlta yeast for over * quarter �f a century; Broad behed with Royal Vaaat will keep froth and moist tonffoMhan that made with any other, so that a full week's supply can easily be made at ono baking, and the last loaf will be Just as food as tho first. MADE IN CANADA EWGHXETT COMPANY LIMITED W1NNIPHO toronto, ont. MONTntAt, -7- coss of time rospoilBiblllly for Its own defence nnd proportlonntely relievo tho mother country. No doubt that could not bo achieved in a moment, but only a self-governing dominion could achieve it, and only the Jews could build up in Pnlestino n self-governing dominion. In nnotitii; tho foregoing, the Phi!- * ndolphln "Public liOdgor," says: ^ "These are the opinions of Eim-' land's most eminent student of tho problems of tho Near East. As such they deserve consideration." THE CANADIAN BANK OF COMMERCE SIR EDMUND WALKER, C.V.O., LLD., D.C.L, President H. V. F. JONES. Ass'tGen'l. Mun&ger JOHN AIRD. General Manager V. C. BROWN. Sup't of Central Western Branches Capital Paid Up, $15,000,000 T Reserve Fund, . $13,500,000 We must do many things, but everything that will help to win the war. You can help by saving. Interest is allowed on Savings Deposits of $1 and upwards at any branch of the Bank. 2nw Lethbridge Branch- R. T. Brymner, Mgr. WEEK-END SPECIALS No Scarcity of Goods Here. No lowering of Standards at this Live Store You can absolutely "bank on it" that the Royal Stove are presenting- the BEST Ntylc-Quality-Yalue it is possible to get into the price you want to pay. that's 'doing our bit,' it's ourjilea of real clothes service-we back it up by guaranteeing absolute satisfaction or money cheerfully refunded. Come expecting to see these features carried out in the greatest assortments of^ Spring apparel we've ever presented-featured by immense displays of elegant values up to $25.00. Men's & Young Men's t 4 SUITS The materials are just the sort men are asking for- The patterns and colorings are the kinds that will please any man, for there is such a wide choice. Tweeds, worsteds, unfinished worsteds, serges and mixtures, There are trench models for younn men- belters, three-quarter belters, form fitters - single and double brcasters. And there arc just as many conservative models for the man of mature years-mixtures, shadow stripes, ever-plalds, and the like. Sizes for all men. Others at $20.00 and $2500 Headquarters for STRAW HATS WE'RE abundantly prepared with Straw hats and can easily satisfy , you. Come in and soe our Panamas, Porto means,. Sennits, Split and Fancy Braids. Tomorrow and Saturday Specials IT'S a new arrival. A medium brim, English Sennit Sailor, with easy fit leather sweat. A classy hat at $1.50 Warm Weather Furnishings Invisible/ Suspenders Just tho thing for the man to wonr who likes to go without his coat. Just tho thing tor COi,, suinmor................ �J1/C New Shirts Clover new patterns in percales, mercorizotl silks, crepes, blazer stripes and silk and linen shirts- $1.0.01� $5, Men's Union Suits Largest, stock to select from; groat lines of n. V. IX, Athletic, 'Varsity and Porous Knit.- $1.00 �"� $1,50 Men's Silk Hosiery Pure thread silk, In all tho wanted colors, reinforced ("A heol and too ........... ultC Pyjamas and Night Robes In largo assortments, ono and two-piece Pyjamas, flguros. stripes and solid colors; regular and V-slmp collars at $1,75 t� $4.00 Summery Ties Ot soft silks, failes, foulardB, and crepe; light and soft and T.f!T.........50c THE ROYAL STOR THIRD AVENUE SOUTH 54 ;