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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 19, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta WKDNKSDAY, JL'XE 19, 1918 THK MSTMBttinGE DAILY 1IKRALO PA C5te'FIVE Only'Few Small Slrikvs in 1'ro- Tceling Em- ployers ant! Employed Ottawa, June fallowing ILUS been issued by the '.tt'iiarluienl: "Thorp is an iiiiuAi'ttii eion as lu the extent of-huur troubles in Canada. Cauaidu is Mill, by rompai- fsun with oilier countries, favored lu these nutters. Al the pre- sent time from Capo Ilreion to Van cuuver Is] ami, there :iu nmfo Ilia n five or six triflm? striken, tttosi of them about week old aria Invoh1 luK all suttiQltiitig Jess (dan ruU1, ol Ihe UrJetcsj duration, Tho iliipyurj strike at the 1'AcUIc was lies u a and eudt'd within two jla.va. Hevent strikes at New Glas- gow a in. Torouio lasted less ilmu a week. It would bo perhaps to rcu; ember that I lie re are lu about, otic million industrial workers. and If ijcrc and strikes OL'casiyuaily occurred, the million as' a whole are tauttuuously The ot time from striken durlug the laet twelve mciithsMs less Ihau '.voulil result from each of tbc mil- lion, of industrial workers taking one day's bolEduy during ilio year. Good FeeUng. "A strike In an ludusiry vital to tbe war or menacing piiljlli: sate- ty. however, properly is lo be regard- ed as a disaster, and Uie rarity or sui-h strikes ami their speedy Equipment when they occur, is (o be attributed to the good .feeling txlsUug cu thu whole between Canadian eni- Litoycrs and employes. ami (o Ihelr Mutual determination (o do their ut- most during tho. conUmianco of the war (o arrange ajulcalfly I.ia many nicu; some ihem arc nut more points-of difference ivhU'h must from than local disturbances. Tliexe Is uo lime (o Uma arise between (hem." iluulit more thin Hie of Industrial miresl, lull only In spe- cial cases is Ilils unrest remvcrtcd into strikes. Direct neijcliallans twccn the '.Ifepulams or Hie toncilia- ifun machinery 'of llio department of labor, na a rule, secures a settlemuu: Without a strike. "In Canada, particularly since the war, whom a "strike has actually declared it has fceeii as a 'RESS TONIGHT No Raise In Prices D. W. Griffith's Production .WITH SIR HERBERT THEE id THE TITLE ROLE ALSO' HE In a Very Funny 2 Retl Comedy A. E. WALL DEAD, llalifu. ju.ie Wall, chair- man ot board ot Nova Scotia tun- sors, Uleii'al Auifierst ycalertiny ufiti- noon. following an operation for ap- pendicitis. Mr. Wall has occupied his on ihe tensor board for sei-- eral years, lie was elected'to repre- sent nigliy In tlie house of assembly at a uy-cluctlon 111 1910 anil was again returned general election In lie resigned to run for Ih'e house ot commons, in September of Iho same year, when he was defeated by Ciareisce Jameson. He was a na- live of WcstmorelanJ, Liberal in politics, aud a liaptlst i.'i cliurcli a filiation. British Hullilocs Aid Italians injAvm Noj Ask.Granls From 1'ro- i _. ORPHEDM -TONIGHT i Candidate ior Commissioner of Public Works To (he liaienayeft aad Citizens of the CUy ot Letbbrldge; ana UenHeinen: llnving offered my services 1 the city for eighteen months _ Commissioner of Ami Proper- ly, mid having been nominated as a candidate in the coming election, I want 10 ilate that I am not seeking clccllan'for eiiy'iti.rpnsG whatever, ex- ropt to yiu vlty's best Interests. Nor would I be offering !o serve un-! der any conditions if 1 was not ex- perienced along -Ihese lines. spent nine years of my life as !mayor am] ftlderiimn, aad-eoiiaiderable. mon- I cy beetles. In the interests and 'devel- rjmnent of Iho ciiy, In Us younger [days, rind five of these years.were ,spentas chairman of-Worts and pertyl j 1 have liecu called .cheap Ior offer- Ing my services free, under Commis- sion government, but I am not steal- ting it away from, anyone, it elected, j No one had any claim for the post- It.on, .after Mr. Grace bad resigned i the1 ratepayers were dibit .called Hntltant Res isUi nee to Ausiriang Italian Iliuuiura Ottawa the oviil-shappd tliatn hiils '.vlili'ti liinge tbe offensive, iiitve i i occupied for several mouths j UritisU. i-ajnu lo Italy under lieneral Hummer. A division i Ihe a'jiuhwt'sl riilgt's of tlie j I'lalcau, with tbe French on i their "right. f The British, after retoinjuyrJug the Ivaaceil momentarily abandoned on Saturday niornln? wilhj view of slrengihening their line not resisto'l all Austrir.n atleitipts.j but counter atiachcil in aj fasjifon thai caused im Italian suijerioc t officer lo remark: I ''They are sfatntnhig tiie gates of Italy In tho face of invaders." Feat of Cyclists, A detachment of Urilish cyHist.s uc: comiih'shed heroic deeds. Tltcy were chtiugEiiB positions an'l moving along a sunken road parallel lo the front. Suddenly Ihey ran into a vastly suivf crEor Austrian contingent barring way. Instead nf fleeing, 'llicy riis-i mounted and advanced fixed hay- j oncts. Simultaneously the Austrians! to charge, and the waves of bayonets A ter-l jriiic light ensued, but Ihe splendid physique and un Jaunled couraKe of. 'the IJriUsh proved loo nmuh for liio 't Aualrians, who fled, discarding their j vinciul Governments Afler March June March 31, 19i9. vVU'rttary subscriptions to C3nadian> PaUiotic Fund not be sought from provincial oovtrnmenl grants lo supplement the donations, to the patriotic funds, will be discontinued in the various provinces. All money required wilt be paid to provincial funds from the Nat- ional treasury of ths Canadian Patriotic Fund, vvhich in turn, will be financed-by the Dominion government. White details of how the federal ?u'.horities intend to raise the.money art not known here It ia thought that a special tax is to bs imposed. 'A resolution was passed yester- day at the meeting of the Saskat- chewan exscutive committing the provincial branch of the fund to carry on under the present sys- tem until 31, when the new policy will take effect. Correspondence from Ottawa dis- closed the government policy which GO far has been kept sec- ret. THURSDAY'S GROCERY SPECIALS 8c- 33c 20c Water Melon, whole or half, per Ib. Thursday Finest Large Bars Castile Soap. Thursday Special Finest Large Prunes, per Ib. Thursday Special.............. Finest Buckeye Yellow Corn Meal, per Ib. only Special......................... "C Quart Bottles Malt or White Vinegar, psr bottle. Every Hour No- 1 White Mealy Potatoes, per 100 Ibs, only O'CA Thursday Special Dominion Corn FiaXes, 3 packets only Thursday Special........................ uDC Finest Peanut Brittle Candy, per Ib. only Thursday Special ......______....... 24 Ib. S.icVs Robin Hood Flour, ortly Thursday Special No. 2 1 Ib. tins Hudson Bay Tea, per Ib., only ......................03C 30c lal matinees for belles have been nii-lurcs today, numbering am- ranged at 2.'JO n.m. on days. ong his successes the two greatest Mini productions ever made. JJirth of -d Xatton." "iJitolemncr1." In making this film play, Ihe pro- combined every essential whicli rifles, ihe British mir-iuing can- tiring many rifles and prisoners. Handlinc Of Reserves. ni0'1 feat- j' urea o! the orlgitrof the Italian army [consists in the 'wise distribution anil' London." June Josciiti "WAITER AND CHEF PRIZE 50 Valuable Prizes Given Away to Fifty Lucky Seat Holders to na'nie bis snccessbr. If 1 am called cheap (to serve free, wliat abont: (he thousands, I, may say lions, of soldiers wlio' ara serving j their country, for almost nothing anil [when Ihelr Uvea.are al stake as well 1 us salary. And not alone them, but there nro thousands of oihcr patriotic men wbp are unable lo 'go lo front giving their time free to tbetr and'tbe community. Tho cheap nian tiiesc daya is the man wlio'slls En his easy clratr, drais-s his big salary, or bis large profits and doea nothing for his country, or coin- by the brilliant feat on Hint Alfred Vernon. wlio is said IQ huve llntisb sector and la further testified j been employed in an important cauac- lo by the splendid Italian camaraden-1 ity in ihe ralatstry o( munitions, were te. The brillianl defenders of a. cer-j urrutgued together Ihe Bow lain position were ordered, lo ictire, street police court on tbe charge of with a view to straightening Hie sal-j having Information iem. A WHS left on! useful to the oite.iiy. In o'peuinff (iif- thc crest of a hill feet high .that case for the .prf.-je.uufm the urowu covered tho wltMrawal. The' Aus-j alforney said thut Ihe homes of ihe soarched and talelly perceived ilefendauls soarchc to overwhelm, the j common tea tious ytrt> discovcn mgb -ill- show-ing wtlh source in .Berlm .'wUfec information >v an" rvbo Immctllalclly the opeiatioti, tried to ove detachment, but ihe latter though "nl most completely surrounded in .Berlin, wl nhinbemil ten-fold.'succeeded in hold- qmred-VcVati ing tho enelhy at bay. works in Kti Furious Fighting1 Home. June battle on. tlie" june battle on tlie rtfi flail Trt Plavo'Rivor broke out again furiously! lUlU I LU 111 yeaterday afternoon. Fresh efforb of f I Ijl I 111 the invaders lo cross rivRr'fromj lis-t-t-lft 1U Andrea to Canrtelu were repulsed. An intense struggle also took in the Fossela sector north of Capo- Cress rossetfa Vienna, J uuc s.l ro-Kur gar-1 Ian troops have crossed tbe Fosseilj Canal af points, the Austrian! War Office announced "today: U Isl adtled Umt Italians iiro ererything in order to stop the ari-i vancc of the Austro-llungarlans in] these offensives on tbe northern.Ital- ian front. Paris, Tuesday, June ing under the national' flag of Poland, the first Polish rsgimenl of the first Polish.division enter- ed the front line trenches oppos- ite the Germans today. Within sound of the rear of cannon, and in the presence of ctvij and military authorities the regiment received its battle ftag and enter- ed the war on ths side of the al- lies. m itj a reply to Germany's con- tbM the Polish question1 is said General Archinard, chief of tbe Polish military mis- sion to France. AT THE EMPRESS One of the most stupendous film 1 plays ever produccdiwil) rbe ;tt- tractiun at (he Kioprcss.theatre today and tomorrow. "Macbeth." as a ylay has been seen or read bjp nearly every- one; tbe star. Sir'Herbert Tree, was wlthoitt question tbe greMcst traged- ian of history; the director. JX W. (Iriffiili, is the foremost -producer of goes ,o make an unusual film produc- tion, and it tlio desire ol Sir lhat his acting In public; bo recorded before the camera lor fut- ure gfiitiratiuna. Also Charlie Chaplin in a very fumiy Uvu-ret'1 comedy. Xo advance in Indianapolis, Juue that tho "exigencies of the times tall for rcuouiiuation and election in 1320 oE Sa'mnel M. Kal- slon. former governor of Indiana ami Deruianent chairman of the Indiana Stute Dembcraiic convention here, lo- flay, firt-d the delegates rind audience there j enthusiasm tliut brought them to their feet waving and cheering. The demonstration lasted for several minutes. DRUMHELLER, ALBERTA, REQUIRES 500 Men CANADIAN TR'ADE. Ottawa. June the decrease j ot more than in tho trade! of .tbe Dominion for the 'tlrst Minneapolis. 'June Un- iversity of Minnesota'; board of regents at a meeting today named James C. l.iiiler, .of the 'Alberta Normal Sctie'bV Calgary, professor cf trade and industrial education in.the'cpllsge of educa- tion at Minnesota University. The board also voted to give tuition to five girls to be brought over from' France this fall. nnfly. I was never corisaUedi 'nor askeil to offer "myself for thjs pnsition by any clique'or organization or anyone'what- vlic ever.- I did-not know lhat'6 petition! eurtailmciit of shipping was ueins clrcnlMed In my, favor un- Jlie opinion eiprcssca In official ill tovir or five .days aflenvardj. 1 dcs liere. In, (his connection it Is pointed out that since this period last yer, the Australian and Soulh African ot .tbe Dominion for the 'Ilrst 'two i VI IT- fJU o months of the fiscal year ended Hay! j j U 81 as compared with ihe'samo period I 1 fl III! in 1017 is due almost entirely lo the I will servo no one eicent the ratepay- ers and citizens in general, if elected. The citv needs your assistance mil my services, and it at miy time, if I am elected, tho Mayor comes along I with four demands my re- slgnallon for any valid rtellciency'in my department, -It will be in I hanrts. I wil their Ma work in' harmony with Ihe yor and other commissioners to the host of my. pointing out my views on all matters affecting tlio ctly without antagonistic' feeling and ready, to serve in tlm bent Interests ol all concerned. Advertisement. steamship services have been discon- tinued and this wouVt fect total trade 'figures. Another cause undoubtedly beon the congestion the land trans- faculties of the -country; It will-he recalled that as'tho, result- of a conference held in Ottawa" in ihe winter, arratigemenls 'iverc tfrotn Our Own Foremost, June .crowds (own during this', Chautauqua fc'eif! Al! who '.bav.e. attended the so expressed thcniselvcs -as highly pleased with', the of the pro- with thc'-fe'ndfirmg 'of 'same, the inado ifor the- all-rail .carriage of Domlman' Cjautailqua" Is so well pat- large fftianWics of wlical for Greal'jronfzed --all over'Canada. The man- Britain anil her allies. It was subse- (agera'ent makes' no -idSo ivhcn tiuently stated officially that it'says that itSjVrogranVls'clean and though the plan had 'adhered to elevating. the qnantlly of ivbeat all-rail' .The land EiitV heiJ-here, [or Iho was only-fifty per cent, of the amount j Government pioved a "very satiafac-. H was expected to carry. I lory affair In! nil there were sold Tlie exchange situation as it a (-'conic IJTh pnrccts bl'IamK Local buy- fecla (ho United .States and Canada jcrs and real farmers Ke'yt'.he clamps ami the renrhjtlon of importa recent- fploscfl tight like iille IjrVdepWoil, upon by.the war iratle-spceiiuttng, Some'fluarlers near l-'ore- board will reduce tbb'lo- injpst for figuro of ?3I faf (rarte of Iho Dominion for Ihe'cur- ncre rpnt fiscal1 year.. CafitMn PorteV was in, town this week in connection with registration work. He brought wlUf'hin. ihe Iralion rardA and 'nlsn certificates to jbc issueil to registrants'-U Is lo jnptc that Snturdny, June 22nd, is the day flxo.d for registration.' f He tore Police Scrgcnnt at Foremost, Mr. I'aul Carr was fined and cosls for brcaclv.of Ihe school attendance net. The laid Mr. Hendrrson. A.IM1. With the French -Army In France, JUM unit's of .German troopSj vjhich had been concentrated on the western side of Rheims between Vrigny- and Ormes, and which went over ,to assault last ntght, were met with such nn awful fire from' 'the. French defence, that they v were unable to! make the slightest pro- gress. Thsy suffered such losses trying time after time ,to reach, the French poslt16ns that only a few of the attackers were able to return to their own.lines. MINERS, MACHINE RUNNERS; PUSHERS AND OUTSIDEMEN. BEST OF CONDITIONS AND HIGHEST AVERAGE WAGE. APPLY D.A-McAULEY Secretary Red Deer Valliy Coal'Operators' Association, DRUMHELLER, ALBERTA 'WHAT WILL RESULT What the Prws, Agenti Say AT THE -''Shoiilfj a man load tVo lives vrheii a ironinn.raust stand or fan by one." "Must a Vi'oman abide a (roilc of ethics thai are willfully sitlc by a "Is the stnnrlartl ot morals to be ob- serve rt' carefully, by [he ivonsan and carelessly by the "WiH a 'youthful indiscretion ot a woman be forgotten as and forgiven as readily as that of ti "Why is man from con- sor for an act thai would forever, con-1 rtenin a.wotnanfy Usiiilly the answer to any of Ilic above qnesllons, ia either evaded with "Oh. because." "well, a man Is' differ- Victor. K, Lambert, (he author of "TJi ft Other Man's Wife." answers these quesUoris fully and In such manner that no mlsconstrtjctlou rnn fee on (hcfr meaning. At the Majestic 'theatre' nest Tuesday and Jnno 25th and 2Cth. Hpec- AT STARLANO TONIGHT AND TOMORROW ANCHOR-DONALDSON LINE POPULAR SERVICE V- Canada to Glaigow For full Information apply lo Ajenls or Company's Office, 270 Main St., Winnlpej.- "CRAzy.ny PROXV ,md "SKIRTV TWO (SOOO COMEDIES TONlOHt AND TOMORROW PARAMOUNT PICTURES WALLACE REID (M N A irsp F H v s ic MOUNTAIN MANYBUKKIKS (From This KnKrprise.) AT Itosellon lell for ;tils Jinnic'lll I-cllihritlge last Saturday, Mf. Xowak, Sr.t Is looking alter the pool room. Al will no! likely be -unless Ihere Is a bis crop, so .there will be onlyone" Hi town? lie bought car from Dufr nndlUtiiKsr- dahT before leaving and look atler" his farm near Calgary. Barf Clark wnnl lo LclhbiiiJse to Mr, Jobn Rose Seefried were at Ihe bride- groom's home by. Rev. father -Mc- Coy, on Ith, 19IS. MORE LAND FOR VETERANS. 't 15.C., Juue T. D. PaUiiNo, Mihlaler ol Lrtnds. announc- ed tlift rimmlnif that some acres of land In (he locality of. McrrllTand 250 at-rcs at Agamemnon Ha> hre lo ba addJt) In (lie Soft acres al Scclielt durms.ihe neit for ore- When We Sell' a Casket we do so witlioiil laklcg ad rani- age of the .sorrowful occasion, when ,the purchasers are In no mdod tor delaying over the price. 9.UR SERVICE Nis charged for-at a reasonable 1 arid VG make no more than !iis profit would be made In any oiher. department of tiia business world. MacKAY A MacKAY Phone TMJ 803 Sr'd Ave. S., Ulhbrldge, Alia, If MEECH LETHBRIDGE WILL HAVE A-COMMISSIONER 1 With engineering ability and 2 The technical knowledge and the practical ex- perience to apply it, 3 A man who has taen in close touchvwjth ciyic affairs and administration for 9 years. 4 A man pledged lo follow a certain do" cevlain things. 5 A man fearless in doing his duty. 6 A qualified to' reduce mistakes and losses to a minimum'. 7 A worker.. VOTE FOR MEfcCHTOMQRRQW ROOMS 418 FOURTH AVE. S. PHONE 1509 ;