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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 19, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGfcFIVE JUNE tHK LETMBRIDdK Only Few Small Strikes in Pro reeling Em ployers and Employed The following Issued by the June Btatnlncnf has been 1 tabor department Thorp is an mlnapprfMinn Sion as to thn pxlnnt oflabnr trouble In Canada IB si by compav Ison with otliov cxtremcl favored In them At HIP pro sent tinio from Capn Hrclon to Van couvor there arc no num liiin five ov six IrlfliuK mos of thum about a weoU old and Involv of the briefest Ihn hipyard filrlkn tho Vftclflc oast vas begun nnd muled within wo Recent Blrlkcn it New Uas and Toronto laalorl less Ihnn a veek It would be perhaps well to that there are In Cnnuda about one million Industrial and If hero and there occasionally the million as i whole arc continuously Tho IOHS of time from strikes during the last twelve months Is less than would result from each of tho mil lion of liiiliiHlriul workers taking one days holiday the Good A strike in an Industry vital to the war or menacing the public safe properly is to be regard ed as a and the rarity of such strikes and their speedy Kutilemcnt they Is to be attributed to tin good leelint existing ITALIAN GATES IN FACE OF E British Hulldons Aid Italians in Brilliant Resistance to Austrians Italian on thi whole between Canadian em ployers and employes and to their mutual determination to do their ut most during tho continuance of the than war to arrange amicably Cie many men some olf are not morn pointsof difference which must from than local There Is no doubt more than the degree of industrial but only In spe cial cases is this unrest converted into Direct negotiations be tween tho disputants or the concilia tion machinery of tlie department of as a secures a settlement without a In particularly since Hie where a strike Mas been actually declared It has been fortunately as a time to time arise between WALL chair man of Hie board of Nova Scotia cen Ottawa nuTovalshaped chain of hills which binge the been occupied for several months by Hie who lo Italy under General A Brlilfh division i occupies the aouthwrsl ridges of the AslHgo with the Kronch thoiv The after rcconquerinc the advanced momentarily abandoned on Saturday morning with view of strengthening their lino only resisted all Austrian gallantly counter attacked in Ilia U Jl LllW ll wt itw v ii Jsil 1 til II LI J Ul1 died at Amherst yesterday afterj fasliion Ihat caiwecUin Italian superior following an operation for ap EMPRESS TONIGHT No Raise In Prices Griffiths Production SIR HERBERT THEE IN THE TITLE ROLE ALSO Wall has occupied his position on Hie censor board for sev eral lie was elected to repre sent Iiigby in the house of assembly at a bynloetlon in 1U10 and was again returned the general election in lie resigned to run for the house of in September of tho same he was defeated by Clarence He was a na tive of a Liberal in and a liaptlst hi church af officer to remark of They are slamming the gates Italy In tho face of Feat of A detachment of British cyclists ac complished heroic They were positions and moving along a sunken road parallel to the 1 Suddenly they van into a vastly sup1 prior Austrian contingent barring tho way Instead of Ihoy dls1 mounted and advanced with fixed bay Simultaneously the Austrians were ordered to and the two waves of bayonets A ter rific fight hut the splendid physique and undaunted courage the British proved too much for tho 1 who discarding their the HrltitOi pursuing and cap i luring many rifles and I Handlinc of i One of the successful feat lures of the origin ofthe Italian army consists in thewise distribution and Will Not Ask Grants From Pro vincial Governments After March Juno March 31 subscriptions to the Canadian Patriotic Fund will not be sought from provincial government lo supplement the to the patriotic will be discontinued in the various provinces All money required will be paid to provincial funds from the Nat ional treasury of the Canadian Patriotic which in will be financedby the Dominion While details of how the federal authorities intend to raise the money arc not known here it is thought that a special tax lo to be A resolution was passed yester day at the meeting of the Saskat chewan executive committing the provincial branch of the fund to carrv on under the present sys tem until March when the new policy will take Correspondence from Ottawa dis closed the government policy which so far has been kept sec THURSDAYS GROCERY SPECIALS lh 0 1 White Mealy per 100 only O gfl Vater whole or Thursday Special Thursday Special Dominion Corn 3 packets only OC Water whole or Thursday Special Finest Large Bars Castile Thursday Special Finest Large 1 White Mealy per 100 only 3 packets only 3Cc per only Phone per b only Thursday Special 24 Sacks Robin Hood only per only ft Thursday Special Quart Malt or White per Thursday only Thursday Special Every Hour POLES JOINB June ing under the national of the first Polish regiment of the first Polish division enter ed the front line trenches oppos ite the Germans Within the sound of the roar of and in the presence of civil and military authorities the regiment received its battle flag and enter ed the war on the side of the al Itis a reply to Germany s con tention that the Polish question is said General chief of the Polish military mis sion to for Indies been ranged at on Ijolh AT THE EMPRESS One of the most stupendous nlavs over produced will be the film nlavs over pro fa UmlCinpress theatre toe ay MM as a pla hV been seen or read by nearly evor nnr llie Sir Herbert was w Hllouf question the greatest traged ong his successes the two greatest film productions over I IIP Birth of a and In making this film the pro duccrs combined nvery essential which KOIW lo make an unusual film produc lion and it tho desire of Sir Her berfTree that his acting in public 1m recorded before the camera for ful Chaplin in a very funny w ian of Hie divocto is the foremost iirodw ei or tworeel No advance In Charles PLATFORM Candidate for Commissioner of Public Works j To the liaiepayeis and Citizens of the a City of Lethbridge consists in thewise distribution and London June Joseph Ladies and leivtlemen ranid handling reserves which is mayor of Sheflicld and li Having offered my services free to h bthe feat on the Alfred who is said to have the city for eighteen months as a imiinrtant canuc i Unnmisbionor of Works and Proper and having been nominated as a candidate in the coring election I Wpm v want to state that I am not seeking the sal havtmr Infoinw election fov wlm ever ex V on useful to the n opening Illustrated nv the in am un im rUi if and is further testified been employed in irnpor an capa to by the splendid Italian camaraderi in the of n un 10 s The brilliant defenders of a cev arraigned togelle in uie B tain position were ordered to street police court on thej 1 ntoimat ou VeVy Funny 2 Reel Comedy j copt lo serve VIB citys bent Nor would I IK offering to servo un dcr any conditions it 1 was not ex 1 perlenced along these I of my lite as fleUchment left ou j useful to the nf n hill feet high that case for the uimii the crest of a hill feet high that covered tho Irians who Immediatelly Declaring June that the exigencies of the times cal fov venomination and election in of Woodrow Samuel Ral former governor of Indiana REQUIRES 500 Me Min and I I The Aus attorney said that perceived defendants had I TONIGHT NICJHT Valuable Prizes land and considerable mon ov in tlie interests and devel opment of tho in its younger j and five of these years were spent as chairman of Works and Pro I liuve been called cheap for offer ing my services iuicler Commls sion but 1 am not steal ing it away from if No one had any claim for the posi after Grace had resigned the ratepayers were then to name his If 1 am called cheap to serve what about the 1 may say mil 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 to their country and the The cheap man these days is the maji who sits in his easy draws his bis ov his lavge pvofits and does nothing for his country ov com I was never nor asked to offer myself for this position by any but the latter though al most completely surrounded and out succeeded in hold Furious Fighting June battle on the t Piave ttivav broke out again furiously yesterday Fresh efforts of the invaders to cross Tlie river from Andrea to Candelu were An intense struggle also took place in the Fosseta sector north of Capo Cross Fossetta June troops have crossed the FossetUi Canal at some the Austrian Wav Office announced It is added that tho Italians are staking everything in order to slop the ad vance of the Austro1lungarlans in these offensives on the ian iUI permanent chairman of the Indiana mite Democratic convention to1 ml dav tired the delegates and audience with enthusiasm that brought them to their feet waving flags and The demonstration lasted for several CANADIAN June the decrease of more than in the trade of the Dominion for the first two months of the fiscal year ended May HI as compared with the same period June Un iversity of Minnesota board 01 regents at a msetina today named James Miller of the Alberta Normal as orofessor of trade and industrial in the college of educa tion at Minnesota University The board also voted to give tuition to five girls to be brought over from France this With the French Army In Jure units of German which had been concentrated on the western side of Rheims between Vrigny and and which went over to assault last were met with such an awful fire from the French that they were unable to make the slightest pro They suffered such losses afiier trying time after time to reach the French positi6ns that only a few of the attackers were able to return to their own clique ov organization ov anyone whatin 1017 is due almost entive y to tee ever I did not know that a petition curtailment of shipping IB wasbeing circulated in my favor unhe opinion expressed m of ic al civ til four ov live nays i will servo no one the vatepay1 pointed out that since this period last 1 tne Australian and South African steamship services have been discon tinued and this would materially af fect the total trade Another cause undoubtedly has til four ov five days I ers and citizens in if The city needs your assistanpe and mv and if at any if I atii the Mayor comes along with four demands my re signation for any valid deficiency In my It will be in their 1 will work in harmony with tho Mayor and other commissioners to tho best of my pointing out my views on all matters affecting the city antagonistic feeling and ready to servo in the best interests of all cles In this connection it is What the Press Agenti Say From Our Own June crowds are in town during Chautauqua week All who have attended the Another cause undoubtedly expressed been the congestion of the land of the themselves being i ntortation fticilitles of the Hjiiuiiun i Items of Ihe pro n the arrangements were It s wcn pat nado the allrail carriage of Dominion i i Thj man urge quantities of wheat for Great no iiilb boast when Program is clean and iienny siauiu mi hougli the plan had been adhered to I eleyntinp he quantity of wheat carried allrail lllll was only fifty per of the Governnicnr t was expected tto tory nlK1 The exchange situation fects the linited States and the restriction of import receut upon by the war trade AT THE MAJESTIC Should a man lead two lives when a woman must stand ov fall by Must a woman abide by a code of ethics that avo willfully sidestepped by a man Is the standard of morals to be ob sewed carefully by tho woman and cavelessly by the man Will a youthful indiscretion of a woman be forgotten as and forgiven as readily as that of a Why is man immuned from cen sor fov an act that would forever con demn a woman Usually the answer to any of the j above is either evaded with j Oh a man is out Victor the author boardwill considerably reduce the to tal trade of tho Dominion for the cur rent fiscal ilo held here for the proved a very saiisfac torv affair a there were sold pnt vjoior mu UULUUI ns u atUome 17H of Local answers id CanIdaers and veal farmers kept Ihe clamps liuostions and in such a ici utndiia iosad like that 11O misconstruction can speculatingSome quarters near Fove1 bo their At the theatro next Tuesday and June 25th and Spec AT STARLAND TONIGHT AND TOMORROW Y i 1 Ill Two Lives Whjle aWoiiiaiiMlistStanii ofFalftnel ANCHORDONALDSON LINE POPULAR SERVICE Canada to Glasgow For full information apply to Agenti or Companys 270 Main most sold lor the high figure per i Captain 1ovter was in town tnis week in cnmiuctlon with registration work He bvonsht wlthhlm Hie regls1 tvation cards and also certificates to be issued lo IIIs weh to note that June is the day fixed for Before 1olUo Magistrate Sergeant at Haul Oarv was fined Si and costs for breach of the school attendance The charge was laid by TONIGHT AND TOMORROW PARAMOUNT PICTURES WALLACE REID IN CRAZY BY PROXY and SKIRTS TWO GOOD COMEDIES NAM OF MUSIC MOUNTAIN From The AlllosBlton left for liis home in last Sr is looking after the pool Al will not likely be back unless there is a big so there will be only one barber shop iu lie j bought a car from Burr and I Under dahl leaving and will look after his farm near Barl Clark wont to Lethbvidge to John Myers and Miss Rose Seetried were married at the bride grooms home by Father Mc on June FOR June Pattullo Minister of announc ed this morning that some acres of land in the locality of Merritt and 250 acres at Agamemnon Hay tire to be added to the 060 acres at Sechelt weeks for pre enijjlloft by rutuvned When We Sell a Casket we do so without taking advant age of the sorrowful when the purchasers are in uo mood fov delaying ovev the OUR SERVICE is charged tar at a reasonable and we make no more than the profit that would be made in any other department of the business MacKAY MacKAY Phono 1802 803 3rd BEST OF AVERAGE Secretary Red Deer Valley Coal Operators ALBERTA WHAT WILL RESULT MEECH Is LETHBRIDGE WILL HAVE A COMMISSIONER 1 With engineering ability and 2 The technical knowledge and the practical ex perience to apply 3 A man who has been in close touch civic affairs and administration for 9 4 A man pledged to follow a certain to do certain v 5 A man fearless in doing his 6 A man qualified to reduce mistakes and losses to a VOTE FOR MEECHTOMORROW i COMMITTEE ROOMS 418 FOURTH PHONE 1509 ;