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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 14, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta EIGHT i HE DAILY HERALD JUNK ima Save Money While YOU Have a Chance Wages arc good but they may not be as good whcn the war Be Dont wait and wish you had Save now and be sure of Every dollar you save will help and will help to promote Canadai future to let us help you to Pnldup Capital J Reserve Fund Resources THE BANK OF NOVA SCOTIA Manajer Lethbridge Branch 6A GIRL GUIDE ARMY June Coal supply from foreign mines will be curtailed this The west will find itself compelled to use western coal and to obtain that western coal it Inust be ordered now and moved said a statement issued by the railway war board In the fail every east bound train from the foot of the Rockies to Win nipeg will be required for crop move The western if it does not start to move until will com pete for cars with the wheat move movement vital to the allies and to our fighting Today1 cars are plentiful and op erating are comparatively the under the direction of the Canadian Railway are prepared to move the greater part of next winters supply But we find that the mines are loading merely a fraction of the supply of the cars available to f lOc Packet of x WILSONS FLY PADS WILL Kill MORE FLIES WORTH qr ANY STICKY LY Clean to Sold by all Grocers and General GLYCERINE MIXTURE FOR APPENDICITIS Lethbridge people can prevent ap pendicitis with simple buckthorn as mixed in ONE SPOONFUL flushes the ENTIRE bowel tract so completely itrelieves ANT CASE sour gas or con stipation and prevents The pleasant action of Ad lerika surprises both doctprs and Leaves stomach clean and Higinbotham Country Drives youwill enjoy at this We rent cars by the day or hour for business or Let us know when you desire our TAXICAB SERVICE and we wll supply a com fortable car and an courteous chauffeur upon whom you can UNITED TAXI SERVICE Phone 387 LADY P Chief Commissioner of th Must as soon as war broke out the Girl Guides pledged themselves to national They gave up all thought of working for and no matter what form of work pre sents are ready This will go on until the war is and as the food short age is one of the most serious 4 problems they are concen trating their energies in this direction and are working heart and soul in the interests of conservation and increased LADY Good little sportswomen are the eleven thousand odd Girl Guides of the Dominion who are tackling the food production question as if full re sponsibility for its solution rested on their Last year they rolled up their sleeves and went to work with all the energy and enthusiasm at the com mand of the teenage They got results This year they are going do even bigger This is vouch ed for by the leader of the Girl Guide movement in Lady Interviewed at Casa To the Commissioner of the Guides spoke in no uncertain tones of what she expected would be accom plished by the girls this Already organization is under wjiy to pick to help the farmers or to do behooves a Girl Guide means useful They have responded splendidly to the message sent out by the Chair man of the Canada Pood urg ing them to do what they could to add to the food Ar rangements have been made for two Toronto companies to go out to Lind say early this and all over the Dominion they j have lined up for active on the Their war gardens are growing for numbers of them took vacant lots early in the season and are working hard with hoe and Just as soon as war broke out the Girl Guides pledged themselves to national declared Lady Pel in speaking of their purposes and They have given up all thought of working for and no matter what form of war work presents they are ready to take it up if at all This will go on until the war la and as the food shortage is one of the most serious problems they are concentrating their energies in this direction and are working heart and soul in the interests of con servation and H is mar vellous that can accom plish so and when you consider that these girls are the women of to it seems doubly significant We are trying to build character on the basis of practical service linked with tygh I can vouch for the fact that the help given by these Girl Guides is going to be of very material as sistance this year in adding to the countrys food Not only are they going to pick but they in tend to can as They are equally interested in the conservation and one of the favorite courses is do mestic So that they should be good homemakers as well as farmer ettes by the time we are through with them I hope to see them taking up dairying on an extensive scale Lady Pellatt thinks that the pro posal to have each Province work out its own schedule for voluntary rations is In her estimation it is ELLATf e Girl of Canada time that something of the kind was and because of the abundance of certain food in some provinces atrd the absence of these same fooBs in she believes that the scheme suggested by Thomson is the only practical Im glad the line has been drawn where cakes and candies are concern she Weve been hav ing too many luxuries and it wont hurt a scran to go without We would bo much healthier with less meat and more and we certainly can do with fewer In t think taking it all in the legislation of the Food Board has been very sane and It has gone forward calmly and sys taking up each problem it without hurrying into drastic or illconsidered Z a m B u k cuds the and stops Try it I All FINANCIAL EXPERT ON TAX Says Cities Have Not Done Their Part in Forcing Collection Taxes The consideration which is being given generally to the tax situation in Alberta cities just said Marnoch to the Herald is being noticed by all who are interest ed in the financial situation in the It is well understood that if these cities ever will be able to clear up their outstanding the time for doing it is right now and it will very soon be demonstrated that the places that tackle the job honestly and thoroughly wilt find their reward when the time for further expansion comes The man who shuts his eyes to the possibilities and the lilkely demands of that period is only slight ly less foolish than those of our name was took too large and early a view of our possi bilities In the times before the slump hit More money will have bor rowedto extend such services as AFFECT FARMERS their determination and willingness to rto their full share and givo their best services In winning the but clearly stating Hint the enforcement of the amendment to the military sor vice act would result In a serious sit nation among the the full executive board of the United Farmers of Alberta has memorialized the Dominion The memorial was taken east by Hi the and delivered in person to minis ter of Wofld return ed to Calgary Wednesday This Is the position ot the United Farmers Of Alberta the directors of the United Farmers of In session as do hereby memorialize governorgenerallncouncll the Dominion of Canada us follows We desire to assure the gov ernment that we are willing to flo our full share in giving our boat services in winning this and do not desire to shirk any responsibil ity that Is ours In this time of dan We assure the government that the situation among the farmers of Alberta Is so serious that it calls for the greatest possi ble wisdom in and stead fastness of purpose to maintain that hearty support that a loyal people owe to their government in such a time as we have been com pelled to view with great alarm the situation which is being created in this province by the recent military and especially the last April The seriousness of this situation is only now becoming clearly and this organization feels that the gov ernment cannot fully have appre ciated the farreaching effects of the measures have been The directors of the United Farmers of have thought it their duty to place this memorial before the so that in assuming responsibility for any fur ther measures which may now be under the government will be clearly advised to the seriousness of the situation which has already been And we are sending this memorial by the hand and the person of oiir who will be able to give you the information that we feel we are unable to give you by Signed on behalf of the United Far mers of Alberta Secretary Board Was The conclusions stated above were arrived at only after a long and detail ed discussion on of the said Wood No real conflict was and the unani mous support of the board was given the and electric In Lethbridge this neeil not be very pressing for some considerable because every effort should indeed must directed first towards utilising those vacant properties that already are providdU with at any rate the water and Yet it re quires no crass optimist to foresee that at least some capital monies will be needed and the better shape we can get our credit into right the less difficulty shall we find in bor rowing when the time comes and the leas shall we have to pay for that The time is ripe for setting our house The followfns connments hare just reached me from the head ofone of the largest financial concerns sdoing business in the West What a Financial Expert I have noted with interest the articles in the Lethbridge Herald by SAVE SUGAR By Using CROWN BRAND f for alt Sweetening 1 In 10 20 pound tins 3 Perfect Glui for disking howtflude ill tmes for riddle eskes and hoi this delicious Uble from corn and thui live Ask your THE CANADA STAftCH 131 four yourself and the mayor ot your The mayors attitude is the same as that of most other mayors and coun cillors of Alberta and largely ex plains the fact that the larger urban municipalities in Alberta are in n worse mess than those in Saskatch ewan and The mayors ref erence to the sufferings and pain which the citizens would have en dured had a policy of tax enforcement been adopted in the province is a moving I am not able to under the theory on which municipal authorities have pustifled the extension of credit to ratepayers for services in circutnstan pes where the ordinary trader or busi ness man would refuse to part with his goods except for It would be absurd to argue that such a law as exists in whereby municipalities are obliged to hold a tax sale not later than the first of November of all properties in re spect of which any taxes are in arrear up to the previous thirtyfirst of De and under which the property owner is given as long as two years in which to would work a hardship on any owner of improved which could or should be Even such an easy measure of legislation would served greatly to improve the financial posi tion of Alberta People who have been holding vac and lots be com pelled either to pay their taxes or let go therelative They have been sitting inat a game at which they have and like any other gamblers they shoulld be prepared to take the consequences of the game 5oing Most of them aave been but the muni cipal authorities have failed to do their PRICE LUMBER June war in dustries board today announced new maximum retail margins tor fir and southern yellow pine lumber for the governments emergency lumber re quirements tor the period ending July purchased at the Atlantic Sea The margins agreed to by the price fixingcommittee and the indus try range from a thousand feet to ARRIVED SAFELY Washington June Navy de partment was advised today that tho British steamer Keemun had arrived sately at an Atlantic I CHILDRENS AID Juno Blalti ot Fort yesterday waselected to the executive committee of the As sociation of Childrens Aid Itttfff ForgetM eNot There may be six or more bright eyes wait ing for your home tonight watch their extra sparkle when you reach deep down into pocket and pull out a box of the most wholesome chocolate children can Theyre a treat to 3WANI5 BUOS A d a i n f ij S p 1 i d CK o co 1 a f e COMPARISONS June comparisons of Canadian rail road conditions with railroad conditions in a certain foreign country not fajfrom have come to this office said general secre tary of the Canadian Railway Board in an interview They come generally from a few persons too indolent to in quire the facts or too ill to join the rest of Can adas shippers in speeding up the loading and unloading of cars and in filling every car to its utmost Candidate for Commissioner of Public Works Vote for MEECH Mtbi j A i f f OF THE GERMAN Top National Calais Lower FOOT COMFORT II With Dr ScholTs Foot Comfort Appliance We fit them properly and guarantee results These appliances with a pair of well fitted canvas shoes will make you comfortable and feel like doing a days work without being Nelson Sherlock Corner 3rd Avenue and 7th ;