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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 18, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta JUNK THE LliTHBRlDfiR DAILV HERALD PAGB Rain Would Be Welcome for Crops in Mpst Sections The need of rain Is becoming mani fest over most of the Lolhbrldgo dis trict this although the crops in the majority of sections are not suf having good root and suffi cient moisture tor a week or so The eastern and southeastern sections of this division need rain aa none of the rain that foil here last wnnk ronrh cd Kant of Purple Springs need of rain Is Foremost brunch also needs smith and north of Lethhrldge the crops are in much better past week has been very hot and things have made rapid growth where the mois ture was We are badly in need of rain the present The pasture is short and Is getting brown All who onn are but the capacity of the ditches ia not equal to the Many are at work at night irrigating to prevent any of the water going to The situation is beginning to get but a two days rain would do a great deal to relieve tiffin PLATFORM Candidate for Commissioner of Public Works To the Ratepayers and Citizens of the City of Lethbridge Ladies and Gentlemen Having offered my services free to the city for eighteen months as a Commissioner of Works and Proper and having been nominated as a candidate in the comling I want to state that I am not seeking election for any purpose ex cept to serve the citys best Nor would I bo offering to serve un June The sun and high wlndi of the last few days has had a tendency to dry and bake the still the crops do not seem 19 have sufifor ed and all that Is needed now to make sure a good crop Is a good steady A light thunderstorm this morning to revive and did not go down very deep In the Some breaking has been done by oil steam plows and one or two have ploughed but more are waiting for rain before the bal ance of the summer can be The late sown flax Is lookltfg well considering the dry weather of the last few Bennett Demands Release of Young Make Test Case June ing the long siege of dry and three days of hot the crop is looking and some tier any conditions it i was tamls nre rain does perienced along these I have spent nine years of my life as mayor the last few days a hot wind has been sweeping over the grain drawing mois ture from the soil very Some of the grain Is shrivelled but now that the days are a little cooler and the nights much more the grain will come back to its normal but rain Is Perhaps the grain can hold out a few more but rnln must come June weather during the past week has been very just what the farmers have been praying fhe growth of grain and vegetables has been A hot wind for three days licked up much moisture and in some small areas hurt the Alittle was done by the soil but many wheat fields can now be seen wavering In tlio Breaking is sales of several small bunches of stock are being made on account of not sufficient The weather has been cool In the Peace While the general outlook over the province is fairly rain is badly needed In The country adjacent to Edmonton was served plentifully by rain on but this moisture was limited to a rather small General rain is needed otherwise the grain crops are likely to be somewhat short over OF Last Victims Coal Creek Ex plosion Laid to Now at Normal Again not come within a week the crop will and and considerable mon ey in the interests and devel opment of the in Us younger and five of these years were spent as chairman of Works and Pro I have been called cheap for offer ing my services under Commis sion but 1 am not steal ing it away from if Mo one had any claim for the posi after Grace had resigned the ratepayers were then called upon to naine If 1 am called cheap for offering to serve what about the I may say of soldiers who are serving their country for almost nothing and when their lives are at stake as well as And not alone but there are thousands of other patriotic men who are unable to go to the front who are giving their time free io thoir country and the 1 The cheap man these days is the man who sits in bis easy draws his big or his large profits and does nothing for his country or com I was never nor asked to offer myself for this position by any clique or organization or anyone what I did not know that a petition was being circulated in my favor un til four or five days 1 servo no one except the ratepay ers and citizens in if The city needs your assistance and my and If at any if 1 am the Mayor comes along with four demands myre signation for any valid deficiency in my it will be ia their I will work In harmony with the Mayor and other to the liest of my pointing out my views on all matters affecting the clty without antagonistic feeling and ready to serve in the best interests of all surely Flax is looking but is rather Gardens are only IN THE June Grain creps over the southern and central of the province have improved great ly during the past week of warm Slaymaker General Dealer in Valises and Gloves REPAIR WORK ASPECIALTY ALBERTA 1596 Special to ttio June services were conducted today at the Church of the Holy Family over the remains of the Augusta and Hector and Joseph Bra an Italian and that of William Brown took place from the Methodist In each case a large attendance turn ed out to pay the last token of re spect to the deceased who lost their lives In the mine explosion which look place at Creek on April The mines were closed for the day and local union attended the fun era iu Brown left a widow and two children to mourn his The Coal Creek mines are now pro ducing over two thousand three hund red tons of coal daily and the output is steadily Number three where the ex plosion took place is about restored to its normal and since the removal of the bodies of the last four men to be the output will still grow as the conditions in that part of the mine are being ily All danger of has been pass ed by the ieceeding of the water in the Elk and the big sawmill is again working full former director RCIHTHI of National Service and for In troduced n sensational case in the appelate division of the supreme court here today when hi applied for the release from military service of Knrl Lewis contending that LowISi had been previously exempted by a military tribunal and the author ities had no further right to force him Into Bennett argued for habeas cor stating that the whole question of liberty and the rights of privilege was at Bennett said he was remunerated for the case and asked the release of man at Judge Advocate Giiiorul John Carson for the military department claimed as the was supported by af fidavit of the boys father instead of the man the court should dis miss the He said that from thirty thousand to forty thousand men would be affected by the ruling of the court in this The case is upon the question of exemption but it is understood that the whole quest ion of the right of the government to order men into ser vice by order in contrary to the relative draft as imposed by par will be taken The court ruled that the case should be contin ued on next Fvidny mul in the mean time Bennett will have the right to make a new motion by means of an affidavit from Lewis himself or pro ceed on the present Major Carson is communicating with Ottawa and will appear on Friday FOR SOFTENING MAKING HARD AND SOFT DIRECTIONS WITH EACH WEDNESDAYS GROCERY SPECIALS Packets Pure Gold Salad 2 Wednesday Lennox large 9 bars for Wednesday Special Imperial Coffee fragrant Whole or Wednesday 2 Strictly Fresh 2 dozen Wednesday Special Cartons Custard finest on Wednesday per tin Deliveries I Every I Hour I 25c 50c 75c 75c 30c Finest Black Stewing 2 Wednesday Special Large Fresh each Wednesday Large Fresh per only Wednesday Special Fresh 4 Wednesday Special Buy Jubilee Matches On July 1st matches will advance 20c per Extra good Mfe Todays price flvC 44c 30c 50c 25c Sir Johnston ForbesRoberts on in Passing of the Third Floor Back SIR FORBES AT THE EMPRESS of the chorus is each individ ual member doing heir bit to give that unison which is essential in good chorus The costumes are certainly worthy of and it is easily seen no expense has boon spared in the choosing of ward A feature of the program is a patriotic number ii which each member the charjw one of tlio allied costumed according to their respective nation FMPRESC LJ TONIGHT Is LAST TIME HERBERT BRENON PRESENTS FORBES ROBERTSON IN Passing Of The Third Floor Back PARAMOUNT PICTURES PRESENT WALLACE REID Nan of Music Mountain By Frank Spearman CRAZY BY PROXY AND SKIRTS Christie Comedies Former Embassy Secy in Lon don Arrested For Trading With Enemy New at last Saturday on a charge of violating the Trading With The Ac by to smuggle a mysterious message into Charles wide ly known and un til recently secretary American embassy in was held here yesterday in bail by the Fed According to a com plaint filed by an inspector of the cellent comedies will be shown on the same Mae Marsh in All an exceptionally fine Gold wyn will be the attraction for the last times As will be this is one of the most vivid and thrilling ot modern western The cast includes such well known players as Theodore James Ann Raymond Henry Wood ward and AT THE ORHHEUM A SCREAMING COMEDY AT THE Rehn in presenting Waiter and Chef as the bill for the first part of this week at the Orpheum certainly offers something entirely new and different in the line of com edy to the theatre goers of this The Waiter and Chef is a scream from start to good clean comedy all the way through the entire Rehn as the and Por ter Warfield as the chef kept the audience in continual good The song numbers of Miss Myrtle Van Buskirk Miss Jerome which were rendered in their usual good were well Miss Murray Tolstois Goodbye being enthusiastically The work THE CANADIAN SALT LIMITED George Lefauere in Passing of the Third Floor Herbert Tree in Macbeth ORPHEUM TODAY THE Londonian Belles IN WAITER AND CHEF A Tabloid Production of That Big Musical Comedy WEDNESDAY Nicnf PRIZE NIGHT Fifty prizes will be given away to fifty lucky seat Friday Night CABARET AND DANCING CONTEST CASH PRIZES June By Reuters Ot tawa ministers of re construction and labor have issued a memorandum foreshadowing a scheme for placing the relations of capital and labor on a satisfactory In dustrial councils are to be consisting of representatives of the employers and workers nominated by the associations of employers and working people and recognized by the government as the official consulta tive committee on all questions in which the industry is Where associations of employers and employed represent the majority of those engaged on an industry a triple organization of national district and workshop bodies is to be set Where the majority is not in the as the industrial not including the government representa are to be Other in dustries will be dealt with by trade of Bel mot with a accident tout the timely use ot ZamBuk saved him unneces sary He writes While I caught my footon a plovo of wire and In try Ing to free myself I cut my foot very I applied a remedy I had at the but the cut got no Then I commenced with The first few applica tions ended the pain and drew out the poison and and very soon the injury was quite Be sure to keep ZamBuk hand for and when you go on your holidays dont for get to put a ibox of KamBuk in your Its splendid for sore heat bites and sores of all All Send utaiup fee return postage on froe tare Ragnar convey through Instead of the malls a communication addressed to his Karin Stange who is living in Lindgren was arrested here June just before lie was to and the it is alleged was found in his When lie was Stangeland was working aa a statistician for the Bethlehem Shipbuilding He was born in 67 years of Swedish parents and was for some years connected with the American diplomatic He was a mem ber of the Academy of Political Science and of like organizations in Berlin and takes place offers a splendid foil to these two comedians and his part where he doubles back to an Italian character calls for a fine piece of work and the manner in which he sustains the role certainly justifies pie reputation he has being one of the best character men in thepro June Sir Al fred Paget died suddenly here last Admiral Sir Alfred Wyudham Pa get was a sou of the late General Lord Alfred Henry Paget and was born on March He entered the British navy in became rear ad miral in and vice admiral in Ho served in the Egyptian and Soudan campaigns from 1882 till 1888 and was British naval attache at Washington in 1896 and Ho was knighted in 1911 and received the Distinguished Service Order ij A QUICK Clemen ceau left lor a visTt at the front at 5 oclock this morning and returned at 10 in time to attend the meet ing of the CLIP THIS OUT E REQUIRES 500 Men for Mines MACHINE PUSHERS AND OUTSIDE v BEST OF CONDITIONS AND HIGHEST AVERAGE APPLY Secretary Deer Valley Coal Operators ALBERTA Tells How to Take Soreness From a Corn and Lift It Right What the Press Agents Say PEEP SEAS AND DESPERATE ITo COOP FOR THE LAST GOLDWYN PRESENTS MAE MARSH IN WOMAN THIS IS YOUR LAST VT U l A N CHANCE TO SBC IT AT STARLAN1J Frank author of the pqpular Nan of Music Moun which recently scored a signal success la Everybodys and which has been produced In pho toplay form by Director George Mel ford of had the satisfac tion personally of watching the trans formation to screen Unlike many authors whose works have been transferred to the Spear man expresses himself as thoroughly satisfied and indeed gratKied with the manner in which his story has been he is due partially to the efforts of Buelah Marie who wrote the screen ver and partially Director Mel Nun of Music Mountain will be shown in thjs city lot the first Hospital records show that every time you cut a corn you invite lock jaw or blood which is need says a Cincinnati who tells you that a quarter ounce of a drug called freezone can ob tained at little cost from tie store is sufficient to rid ones feet of every hard or soft corn or You simply apply a few drops of this on a aching and the soreness is instantly Shortly the entire corn can bo lift ed root and without This drug is sticky but dries at and is claimed to just shrivel up any corn inflaming or even Irritating the surrounding tis sue or If your wears high heels she will be glad to know of LEMON JUICE TAKES OFF TAN 1 Gitl Make bleaching lotion if skin in tanned or freckled Squeeze the juice of two lemons into a bottle containing three ounces of Orchard shako and you have a Quarter pint of the best freckle sunburn and tan and complex ion at very small Your grocer has the lemons and any drug store or toilet counter will supply three ounces of Orchard White for a few Massage this sweetly fragrant lotion into the arms and hands each day and see how windburn and tan disappear and how soft and white the skin Yes It is time at ou I To The Electors Of The City Of LADIES AND As you arc no doubt awaro I am a candidate for the Office of Commissioner of Public Having been for almost ten years in of the City during which time I have hold the offices of Assistant City Acting City Inspector and I must stand on my past record as a com petent and businesslike executive 1 look upon the water problem as one of great seriousness and I feel that every effort should be made to reduce waste KO as to bring consumption down to its normal level and to put the charges on a more equitable Everything possible should be done to improve our streets and some use should be made of the material at our disposal a view to eventually reducing the maintenance As most of our Public Works are financed by thirty year bonds it is Imperative that these Public Works be kept in running order at the minimum of expense during the life the I believe the principle of having full and detailed reports and recommendations submitted to the Commissioners as a Council should be more strictly followed so that publicity may be given as early as possible before resolutions are If I should expect to supervise the Assessment department and so assist in the of I have no interests outside the City and will devote my whole time to the affairs of the City and if elected I will carry 10 the Public Works department the same energy and work that has characterized my record in the Having acted as your City Engineer having seejj the larger portion of the Public Works constructed in the City and in addition having a thorough knowledge of the Citys problems and Ciuances I claim your vote and MEECH COMMITTEE ROOMS 418 FOURTH PHONE 1509 ;