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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - June 17, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE FOUR THE LETHBBroCE DAILY HF.RALD MONDAY, TUNE 17, 1018 DAILY AND WEEKUY Proprietor* and Pubiithorv fMB LCTHBRIDGE HERALD PRINT-INQ COMPANY, LIMITED ttl �th etrcet South, Lethbrldg* W. A. Duchanan PreiMut arid MltnaeiUB Director tohn Torrance -  Buslne�� Manager Buitnett IMltortel mUFPHONES omfco .............. l"j OtttM .............." 12" Subaorlptlon Rataai Dmlly, aeUvered. par week ---- D�Hy, dsllTered, per year .....J5.00 Db�T, by m�i). par year ......1*00 W��kly, by mall, per year .....�l-8� .Wsokly. by m�ll. per year to U.8..IJ.O0 pay for the gnrbago cans anrt gar-bapo truck. Mr. O'llver should be able (o liraofi up comiulsaion govornmcat. He won! be dependent on salary and con- pquently will feel free about pxpros? Ing public opinion on civic matleis botoro the rest of lUc comn\l��Uiners. It wont do commlaslon Kovernmenl any harm to have n free lance at the council !al>le for clKhteftn raonth-s. A IlKlo more light may be shed on civic matter? The Crop and Coal Cannot Be IMovcd Together, So G'�t In Coal Now , WintUpog. June 17.-Grant llall, vice-president and general manager of , the Canadian Paelllc nilhvny, who baa I just returned from Jlontreal and Ot- THE FARMER AND THE MANUFACTURER. .�v. conference between Hastern man- i tawa. issues the following warning on nfncturers and ^Vestprn farmers has ' (-o"' situation: boon proposed by Rod MacKenzie, "T'"^ controller says ttat the . ^ ,, .....iirospects lor a .tupply of anthracite secretary of the t anadian touucil of ^, , different from a few months , .\gricuUure. The tariff will be the \ chief point of discussion. Here's our blessing to the Idea. Whether it wil] bring any results or not, it is unwise ago and with this In view it aeeuia to nifl Imperativo that consumers ot coal should heed the warning. Speaking strictly from a railway point of view I would like to fonilud the peo BfttM oC Mplry of tubBcrlpttoa* kd-iWmr Astir OB address Uibcl. Accept-'�Iw* cit.MMn tSto. oxyirati-.n dtto U : U they don't. 'dkUP AOtbmtr to continue tbc sub ci-iptiOD. to predict. We doubt whether the . pip that prospects are very good, tak-manufacturers are reasonable enough ' lug the time of year Into considera-to coficode a lowering ot the tariff. ! "�^''^ f"'' Pood.crop. and you know THE pnOG�E6S ; Of the war. Tbo great ofiensivo of the Auatrlans 'kffaisst the lulians. anticipated tor moDthi, began on Sunday and Is con-:tlatll&g. From the Aslsgo FlaCdSu to ,. how important it is that the crop be the conference won t ^p^.p,, u^.g^ , normal mako any headway. ^PICKED UP PASSING *9it JMk mrsr THh Should the con- ; j-ralu crop takes all the men and fercnce be dominated by the more equipment that can be mustered whan reasonable men, hcadwav can be '^''p Ple"ilf�l. nwl with the .scav- Ti,^,;. .�,,,. k� .> ,f ,�T '"'ty that now exists It can easily bo made. There must be a spirit of com- ^.^n^p^to,, in,poBsiblo it will be promise, and compromise doesn't , to move both groin and coal in the exist in the mako up ot a "die hard." ; same direction and give satisfaction j whether he is a farmer or a manu- ,both, facturer. One thing the manufacturer ; must realize is that he is dependent :tfae 80a tho enemy forcss are attack-! upon the West for a good deal of his ibt in great force, but their gains thus j market and it would be unwise for � txr have been negllglbls, oven much! him to keep at loggerheads with his .laaUer than *,rouid hav(> bean expect-1 best customers. On the other hand, �d at the rsiuU of the first few days of a groit oi.'oative. The Italians and Brttlih torccB are railetla* the drive vlth treat tenacity, and thus far have repulied the enemy &ttack9 save at one point on the British front, �where 'the ftaemy were able to penetrate to a �mall depth on a narrow front, ^^he allies are eoapJetely confident of flopping this drive, as they have been of checking the recent offensives the Western farmer is not dependent upon the East for his market. Ho tvants the world as a market and he gets it. The People's Duty "Thero have, been times in the past when thi.s company has liolped out the domestic coal situation in the west by allowint dealers and others ill time of severe weather to use from our stock.'t on hand, but I would like ' to remind all concerned that such action was in the days -.vhen coal was ' what one might well call plenty; when I there was no abnormal demand for It j I for extraordinary uses; when there j j was no doubt of the supply from in France, " The Italians realize the \ turers" Association were to change At the manufacturers' meeting. Sir ] the United States. Now all pre-John WlUtson, a protectionist 'advo-i''eJents have been wiped out and I ,, uju..! think the people owe it to Ihetasolves caie and head of the much debated seriously consider the situation and i comm^teo* .of reconstruction was ^ get in their supply, thus relieving the i quite reasonable. He suggested that : tension on railways and mine owners, probably if the officers of the Grain ! moat of all upon themselves." Growers' Association and Manufac- feriouiness of the situation, and no insidious enemy propaganda can this time induce them to cease their re-litanoo to tho enemy- On His front in France there is little actlrtty save local operations. Al lENB MUST XEQiaTER. \ational registration In Canada ap. piles to tie alien as well as lo the Brttlth Bubject. The fact that a man hag registered, tor example. In the United States, Aoea not absolre him of the necessity ot registering in Canada. The goyemmont Wants to know bo'w many men, "wonien. girls and youths there are in the country over tho aaa of 16 years. It wants to know how many of them are British subjects or aJlons, and It wants to know their ages and sex. places for six months, they would grow to understand the conditions In the East and West better. There would be a substantial end to the tariff controversy. The West had proved by Its -war eacritloes -that its patriotism was intense as that ot the East. All that was needed was that the manufacturers and farmers should know one another better. We don't �vrant continual division In Canada between the East and West, but will have it it this .tariff busl-aese is not satisfactorily settled. It can be settled i^ the reasonable men get together to deal with it. RELEASED FROM RUSSIA, GO TO THE FRONT AGAIN An Irish-C*nadian named Murphy tried to enlist in Boston as a brigadier-general. No smoU'lobs for th� Irish: THE RIGHTS OF MOBEftN WOWEN. ' A young Quebec girl, who worked In a logging camp garbed ia masculine clothes, has bean given a torm I Thia week all the girls wlU have to of two yaars In Kinfiton Ponltesttary.' rev��l their agts on registration day. A Winnipeg boy's excuse for the murder ot an old man is that he didn't like the looks of the victim. The rising generation, it would seem. Is becoming "very particular about the people who should inhabit the earth. She was sentenced under an old la'w -which mad* it � orime tor a -woman to dress n a aatCj^tbl* wotaan ahould ba libermted, '^sdes in Gstland and Fnince, and In Oknada, tcio.'wlio are doing certain kinds of war work are irearlsg men's clothing.v That is tbe case in munitions faotorles, and on the farms of Bngland and in the fruit orchards of Ontario. The girl from Quebec who worked in a logging ojuap, was doing in her way useful war work. She may have disguised ber��l{ mere than the otbar women wo hav� mentioned, but from the modern viewpoint it cannot bs called � crime to be penalized by a term in panitentiary. And. by the way, since woman hate the franchise, shouldn't they be able to dress as they like. And turther, why should a woman In adman's garb be any worse criminal than a -woman attired in some ot the-fashlona of the present day. Lst the Quebec woman dress as a man it it atlsfies her; why should the rest e( us complain? Don't worry girls, it is being done for the sako of the country and the win-aiag ot tho yrit'; Surely you can make a sacrifice and t8i{%e truth. London, June 17.-A despatch to the Exchange Telegraph Company from Amsterdam says that the Prussian war minister has announced that all German war prisoners repatriated from Russia will resume their military services after a short furlough. mmmi (CONTINUED FROM FRONT PAGE) Wlioat flour Is is.iued .in Texas only on a doctor's order. Dosplto Hun iwhi. tho Atlantic City shore is to be Illuminated lor night surf bathing. Lleut.-Col. MacPherson Doboll, Welsh Fusiliers, son of W, UoboU, Quahac, hag died of wounds. The Montreal City Council voted down tho proposed .lo-cent fax on each �100 realty valuation. l'''alr food prices arc to be published broadcast through the States by Administrator Hoover, as a guldb to housewives. Helnvostigatlon ot all draft classification In the States will, It is said, .shift another half luiUion into Class One. Lt. V. ^J. Floor, of the U.S. Marine Flying Corps, Is credited with making 109 auccessiTC loops in a piano at .MlBnjI, Fla. Wage Increases totalling moro than 200 for bringing two bottles of whiskey over the Niagara River into Ontario. Tho C.N.R, head offices will remain In Toronto, Rev. J. W, Churchill, of Portage La Prnlrlc, was elected president of tho Manitoba Methodist Contoronco, i_ Graco Anglican Church will er.;cl a parish iiall at Brantford at a cos' ot |3E,000........ Rep, iRalnoy, ot Illinois, charged In Oongresfi that tho platinum supplies In tliQ Stales wcr'o In Gorman hands, Taxns flow into tho U.S. Treasury at. Washington 'ill the- rate ot some 193(700,000 a month-rather less than enough to pay U.S. war expenses tor two days out of tho thirty. INSURANCE BE PREPARED HAIL FOLLOWS HOT WEATHER INSURE NOW There Is no saving In delay. Only reliable companies repre-Bonted. R.V. Gibbons & Company Phone 1-191 Balmoral Block W. H. Farr, cuslonis collector at Port .Stanley, Ont.. died alitWehly, It Is stated that the U.S. Merchant Marine now totals war 27,000 shipa i)t 10,000,000 gross tonnage. Tho Farmers' party In Now Trork Siflto Ihronlens to put n ticket ot its own into the political field. .fitliiis I.,es8or, aged 04, has Just ' taken out first naturalization papers across the border. President Wilson has been approached regarding tho poBBlblllty of giving nil fit convicts n chance to Join tho army or navy, V Prociilo, Soiive, 60, a fanner near' Alexandria, who was brought to tho Hotel Dien at Cornwall n few weeks,, ago for troatment oftor attempting to' commit suicide with carbolic acid, shot and killed lilmsolf with a revolver. . I  , 1 Married men aged' 19^ we are told, ar* not liable to be called ap �t prea-ent. These married kids are likely be- | Ing called down more than anything else and would not object to being "called up." A warning to land speculators. �Premiers Norris, .Manitoba; Martin. Sasjcatchewan, and Stewart, Alberta, while In E/ngland expressed themselves in favor of expropriation ot speculators' farm lands In the West and settlement by Belec'ted men from the Imperial a-nd Canadian armies. The Calgary Albartan la'so enamored with titles that it Is rather offended that Hon. T. W. Crothers was not recognized. A title, at the Alber-tan'a value, would be well placed on the Minister of Labor. Is that a reflection on the title or the minister? WON'T DO COMMISSION GOVERNMENT ANY HARM. The suspicious insinuate that there Is something llc service performed. He has no more of tm aMe to gnlnd now than when he was mayor and alderman and his record In t'hfOse days shows thai be hadn't any axe te Kr)8d &t ail. i it iB olWrnod that Mr.-, Oliver wants to'get rid of the eoraaiiesioniform of government. Ooniolsaleii'^Iorm vf-eov entmoDt 'prorUe8L,9jeMpjeH "I* aies Joj NEW PEB^ECTION OIL CQQKOSTOVE HAIL Experience 1917 THERE WAS PAID FOR HAIL INSURANCE IN MANITOBA, SASKATCHEWAN A ALBERTA $4,364,800.61. HAIL INSURANCE LOSSES TOTALLED Vr 493,347.18. EVERY LINE COMPANY PAID ITS LOSSES IN FULL. SINCE INCORPORATION THE BRITISH AMERICA ASSURANCE COMPANY HAS PAID OVER $40,000,000.00 IN LOSSES. Doeon't. this appeal to you aa a good reason why you ahould Insure with Britlah America? Be safe rather than aorry and apply now by letter or telepHone W. F. Nekon and Company 416 Fifth Street South, Lethbridpe  Alberta HAIL INSURANCE It costs NO MORE to insure TODAY. No LESS one month hence. ONLY THE BEST AND MOST RELIABLE COMPANIES REPRESENTED, POLICIES WRITTEN IN OUR OFFICE. IMMEDIATE COVERING. : : : ANY AMOUNT. PROMPT SETTLEMENTS. Insure NOW � � ^-^ - Wilson &Skeith C. p. R. Farm Landa-lniurance Phone IMt Office-Sherlock �ulHIng HAIL INSURANCE Employers Liability Assurance CORPORATION, LIMITED SECURITY The strongest British company licensed In tho Wostoru Canada Hall Field,. AND other RELIABLE COMPANIES are represented by us, Appllcattoua covered tmmed-intely. ' SERVICE We are located heris on the ground and are' ready to give you aervice AT ALL TIMES HAIL INSURANCE U TlghtVy looked upon by the wise larmer as one of tho expetises of farming and tho time haa now arrived -when it is ndvlaablo to GET INSURED DO NOT DELAY, CALL, ^ PHONE OR WRITE ARTHUR MITCHELL &C0. phone 449 Conybearc Block LETHBRIDQE ' And ii VuloRri ;