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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 17, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta THK LETHBRITWE DAILY tt I th JUNE 1018 fllbcrta DAILY AND WIBKLY and Ntl klfHMlDGE HIRALD LIMITED tth Street Lethbridge Buchanan afad Mtnatfng Director Mth Tonance Business Manager BtMlnese Offlfee Mitorfcl Ofttce 10 Subeerlptlon Rateai per week pay for the garbage cans and gar base Oliver should be able to brace up commission He wont be dependent on salary and con sequently will feel free about express ing public opinion on matters before the rest of the It wont do commission government any harm to have a free lance at the council table fdr eighteen A little more light may be shed on civic matters THE FARMER AND THE The Crop and C0al Cannot Be Moved So In Coal Now June Vicepresident and general manager of the Canadian Pacific who has Just returned from Montreal and Ot A conferencebetween Eastern mani ufacturers Astern farmers JM been proposed by i issues the following warning on says that the for n Of anthracite secretary of the Canadian Council of is no different from a few months The tariff will he the ago and with this In view II seems per year HS blessing to the Idea ll ar ear PICKED tfP PASSING by par year by Per year by mall per year to Whether it ot ot subscriptlotts Mix bflr m address Accept eiviratun date Is ew AiKMHry to continue tbs sub THI PROQREflS j OF THE The treat offensive of the Auttrlans the anticipated for began on Sunday and Is con From the Aslago Plateau to ithe SM the enemy forces are attack In great but their gains thus bring any results or it is unwise to We doubt whether the manufacturers are reasonable enough to concede a lowering of the If they the conference wont make any the con ference be dominated by the more reasonable headway can be There must be n spirit of com and compromise doesnt ing strictly from a railway point of view I would liko to remind the peo pie that prospects are very tak ing the time of year Into considera for and you know how Important it Is that the crop be moved on Even crop takes all the a normal men and equipment that can be mustered when men are and With the scar city that now exist it can easily be computed how Impossible itwill be iWlioat flour is issued only oh A doctors Despite Win the Atlantic City shore la to fee Illuminated tor night surf MacPherson Welsh son of has died of The Montreal City Council voted down the proposed 3Rcent tax on each realty Kair food prices are to be publish ed broadcast through the States by Administrator as a gutda to Relnvestigatlon of all draft classi fication in the States It 1s shift another half million into Class U of the Marine Plying la credited with mak ing 109 successive loops In a plane at exist in the make up of a die same direction and give satisfaction IHTlUUUltll lltlfJUBOIMIYI to move both grain and coal In the I Wage Incrwwea toUlllni more than to The Peoples Duty whether he is a farmer or a manuI One thing the manufacturer j There been times iti the past must realize is that he is dependent I this company has helped out upon the West for a good deal of his the domestic coal situation in the j fnr I west by allowing dealers and others mantel and it would be unwise in timeof severe weather to use from far haVe been even much him to keep at loggerheads with his i our Stoch9 on but I would liko have been granted to the lowerpaid workmen of the Dominion Steel Corporation at T Jeremiah fugitive from and a Buffalo are among thoso convicted hy a Federal jury for es j mailer than would havo been expect as result of tbi first few days of a groat The Italians and British forces are resisting the drive with great aad thus far have repulsed the enemy attacks save at point oa the British where tae anemy were able to penetrate to a depth on a narrow allies are completely confident of Stopping tbla as they have been of checking ths recent offensives in The Italians realize the Mriousneis of tbe and no insidious enemy propaganda can this time Induce them to cease their re alsUnoe to the On the front In France there lit tle activity save local best On the other to remind all concerned that such ac the Western farmer is not dependent i tion was in the days when coal was r HR what one might well call plenty when upon the East for his He abnomml demand for u svanu the world as a market and he j for extraordinary uses when there Hugo von a natur alized and Inven I there was no abnormal demand for it 1 tor of device to enable planes to re main stationary in the air is held gets At Sir John a protectionist advo was no doubt of the supply from the United Now all pre cedents have been Wiped out and I think the people owe it to themselves cate and head of the much debated tf consider the situation end reconstruction was 1 get jn their thus relieving the quite He suggested that mino probably if the officers of the Grain tension on railways and mine but moat of all upon Growers Association and Manufac RELEASED FROM AI ItNa MUST National registration la Canada ap plies the alien as well u to the British Tbe faot that a man for in the United does not absolve him of tbe necessity of registering in The government wants to know how many girls aad youths there are In thecountry over the ace of 16 It wants to know bow many of them are British subjects or and Itwants to know their ages and THE RIGHTS OF MODERN A young Quebec who worked In a loggtaf camp garbed mas culine has been given a term Hirers Association were to change places for six they would grow to understand the conditions in the East and West There would be a substantial end to the tar iff The West had proved by its war sacrifices that its patriot ism was as Intense as that of the All that was needed was that the manufacturers and farmers should know one another We dont want continual division in Canada between the East and but we will have it if this busi ness Is not satisfactorily It can be settled 11 the reasonable men get together to deal with An IrlahCAnadian named Murphy tried to enlist in Boston as a brigadier No smallJobs for the Irish A Winnipeg boys excuse for the murder of an old man is that he didnt like the looks of the Tbe ris ing it would is be coming Very particular about the who shouldInhabit the t Thle week all the girls will have to of two years in Kingston reveal their ages on registration Dont worry it is being done for She was sentenced under an old law isaee it a orime for a woman to dreei a maaATbla woman ebould be in Xaglaad and and In are doing certain kinds of wax work are wearing mens is tbe case in and on the farms of Qngland and in the fruit orchards of The girl from the aake of the country and the win aing of the Surely you can make a sacrifice tellthe Married men aged we are told GO TO THE FRONT AGAIN June despatch to the Exchange Telegraph Com pany from Amsterdam aaye that the Prussian war minister has announced that all German war prisoners repatriated from Russia will resume their military ser vices after a short CONTINUED FROM FRONT PAGE David of 11 ed in his eightysecond tor SO years a hotel cooper In la Brett was elected a member of the executive of the Medical Council of A fire at destroyed theOverland the post office and a pool a returned has been appointed to the Ferule police of be comes manager of the bank ot Mon treaj at Fort Montreals tax on bachelors was carried by a practically unani mous vote of the A airplane Investiga ting committee is said to have found evidence of a plot In the Curtlss plant at William former Niagara Falls has been appointed to the United States Administration Board National Frank a prominent lum ber and a lifelong ot died at the age ot John of paid a tine of for bringing two bottles of whiskey over tho Niagara River into The hMd offices will remain In ad of Portage La prwldent of the Manitoba Methodllt Grace Anglican Church will a parish hall at Brantford at a cost of of charged In Congress that the plfttlttum supplies In the States were In German 44 Taxes flow intti the Treasury Washington the rate of some a less thiin enough to pay war for two out of this HAIL INSURANCE BE PREPARED HAIL FOLLOWS HOT WEATHER INSURE NOW There is no saving In Only reliable companies repre Company Phone 1191 Balmoral Block in for proTeuton Hugh a On bank is under arrest at Mount charged with having absconded from the Canadian town with Xo more recruits are needed a present for the Royal Air but youths of between IS and 19 may be taken on the to be called up next fall or The attorney general of Alberta has Instituted proceedings to bring about thp extradition of Alfred Car formerly of Edmonton and now said to 1e in New York It is charged that Carruthers had certain debentures issued on behalf of his One debenture would be dealt with and and the prosecution another dupli cate debenture would be used in Car ruthers bank as collateral for th9 purpose of getting credit for various These the attor ney general were are not liable to be up pres These married kids are likely be ing called down more than anything elie and would not object to being Quebec who worked In a lowing was doing In her way useful war She may have disguised hereelf mere tftan theother women we have but from and modern viewpoint it cannot ba called A warning to land Manitoba crime to be penalised by a term in And by the since women haTe tbe shouldnt they be able to dress as they And why should a woman ID garb be any wofee crlmltwil than a attired in some of of the present Let tbe Quebec woman dress as a man If it latisfies her why ehould tbe rait of us complain while In England expressed them selves in favor of expropriation of speculators turn lands In the West the Imperial and Canadian Tbe Calgary Albertan Is so enam ored with titles that It Is rather of fended that Crothers was ncrt A at the Alber tans would be well placed on the Minister of Is that a re flection on tbe title or the minister WONT DO COMMISSION GOVERNMENT ANY The suspicious insinuate that there Is something selfish behind Olivers offer serve the They think he has an axe te grlad or he would not agree to accept office without Oliver gave his time to the city on other occasions without pay and at no time has be received re compense for public service perform He has no more ot an ace to gnlnd now than when he waa mayor alderman and bis record in tkoso shows he hadnt any axe ta t IB claimed that wants to get rid of the of rtgov Balarlw w the arid ver to willing to and tJw oHy lo Md be 8uvel7 MvenuBaot we wouW Olhrer ortenidijifc A Yarmouth township man the farmers should take down their turn their into the and atarve the city people and Government The Toronto Globe this man should be working on the prison The Boston Olobe we are told by exposing the pages of books to the sunlight occasionally will prevent them from becoming Try this on your And the Toronto ttlobe copies the para graph and very giddily it Let A Little Sunshine Colin a country has been elected Moderator of tbe Presbyterian Central country pastor usually goes throuih life with a salary paid in and and very little Its about time this hardwork log element ot the church was reoog The did and Scotch isnt prove that the country pastor is big enough for the is a feeling of tenso solemn faces of the people are expressive of the ser iousness of tbe but also of the pride which is felt in the army for its splendid stand all along the different battle The chur ches were more crowded than usual throngs of women praying for victory and for the safety of those at the Many women brought jewels as offer THE AUSTRIAN June is believed the Austrian general attack is a repetition of the enemys man oeuvre of last when he took the offensive from Caporette to Monfalcone with the Intention of disguising his main plan by breaking through the Alps and forcing the allies to retire In the Bainslzza and Carso Now the enemys feint apparently Is intended to Hhe develop ment of a plan long cherished by Marshal Von Hoetzendorf to break through from the high Asiago Plateau to the Venetian thus obliging the Italian army along the Piave to with draw In order to avoid being caught by an outflanking move The enemy based his enterprise on various factors to assure him a says a semiofficial There was a relatively brief but extremely violent artil lery preparation with a large number of gas This bom bardment was for the purpose of destroying the Italian front lino and paralyzing the Italian artil under cover of an ar tificial fog from bombs and smoke the enemy In open for mation advanced to the The enemy placed such faith in this preparation that he fixed his objectives for the first days fight ing more than 15 kilometres in advance and planned to descend from the mountain area and also reach the city of Trevlso from the Piave BRILLIANT With the Italian June else along the front of attack has the struggle been BO severe as on the Plavo One of the most brilliant of the Italian actions was the defense of the Monte Moschln pro tecting the important Brenta po Here the Austrlans Buf fered heavy Many of their machine guns were The prisoners are ragged and Many of them are under sized One of them remark ed to the correspondent that he had no interest in the The feeling of tho Italians Is ONLY 15 KILOMETRES June Heaters Ot tawa Agency A semiofflrial despatch from Rome states that the enemy gained fifteen kilo metres in his advance on the first South of Montello tbe en emy crossed the Piave In consid erable but is gradually be ing ifusbvd toward the June expected urn in the Austrian political sltua lon by ministerial action over the veekend did not pend ng a plenary meeting of the Polish arty announced for June to re onslder the Cracow which were a virtual appeal for the ndependance of Poland and Us sep ration from Austria and Haps urg It is according to news ad ices that an open GermanPol sh breach will not even should he Cracow resolutions be upheld and he situation remain undecided till mch time as the parties can come to Some German elements hope the meeting on June 21 will build a bridge for an If this a summer convocation of the Austrian parliament Is deemed wlth n the range of GOOD RESPONSE June appeal of the government to all skilled to become war munitions volunteers already has had a good response BANISH KITCHEN WORRIES WITH A NEW PERFECTION OIL COOKSTOVE THIS summer should not find you cooking on the old fashioned coal Prepare for hot Buy your New Perfection Oil Cook Stove and know real cooking The Long Blue Chimney a intense Its long draft consumes all the heating you or the room tbe No It every cooking service at the low coet of coal The New Perfection Oven U scientl6cally designed and ventilated to bake unusually well and does The Cabinet adds to the appearance stove and is very convenient in many Revalue Coal Oil gioea bttl rwufti IMPERIAL OIL LIMITED BRANCHES IN ALL CITIES iTOVE NEWPE OIL ornra Buy it because it U ADAMS chewing turn with Buy It of the lutcloui flavor CALIFORNIA FRUIT which hei It of mott pqpuler ADAMS Aik for Youll went another Prominently in ADAMS TUTTI FHUTTI OUM ADAMS customs collector at ort died It Is stated that Mefchftht Marine now totals over of gross Tho Farmers party In State threatens to put ft tleltet of own into the political aged haa taken out first naturalisation papers across the President Wilson been proached regarding the poislbllity of giving all fit convicts a chance to Join the army or a farmer who was brought to the Hotel Dleu at Cornwall a few ago for treatment otter attempting to commit suicide with carbolic shot and killed himself with ft re HAIL Experience 1917 THERE WAS PAID FOR HAIL INSURANCE IN SASKATCHEWAN ALBER TA HAIL INSUR ANCE LOSSES TOTALLED EVERY LINE COM PANY PAID ITS LOSSES IN SINCE INCORPORA TION THE BRITISH AMERICA ASSURANCE COMPANY HAS PAID OVER IN thlt appeal to you ai good reason why you ehould In sure with Brlflih America Be aafe rather than aorry and apply now by letter or telephone Nelson and Company Fifth Street Lethbridpe Alberts HAIL INSURANCE It costs NO MORE to in sure No LESS one month ONLY THE BEST AND MOST RELIABLE COMPANIES REP POLICIES WRIT TEN IN OUR IMMED IATE ANY PROMPT SETTLE ImureNOIK Wilson RFarm Phone HAIL INSURANCE Employers Liability Assurance LIMITED SECURITY The strongest British company licensed In the Western Canada Hail AND other RELIABLE COMPANIES are represented by Applications covered immed SERVICE We are located here on the ground and are ready to give you service AT ALL TIMES HAIL INSURANCE Is rightly looked upon by farmer as one of the expenses of farm ing and the time has now arriv ed when it is advisable to GET INSURED DO NOT t PHONE OR WRITE ARTHUR MITCHELL ft phone 449 Conybtari Black IETHBRIPGE And it ;