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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - June 19, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta WI-DNKSDAV, JUXr: 10. 1018 Tin-: LETimniDGr: daily herald PAGE FIVE ED Only Few Kniall Shikcs in Pro-gvcm-(Jood  reeling Employers and Employed OUiiw^i, .hini: l',i.--'riin foUowlut; Rlatonunil lius lunni IshikmI liy tlio I.iilioi' 'Icpai-tiMi'iil; "�J'lun'c Is nil upiiiwinif uili'.Miipvi'iip.ii-bIoii us U) Uu' cNloiil of-l;!!)!!!' Ii'mililf'n li\ C;\liiV(i;v. ('i\i\inl;i i� nllll. liy romiiiit-li'.un wUli iitlinr ((itiiitrkis. (.'xli'eiu'')." favfiicd ill IIk'kc m::Uci-j. At llin pic sent liiiK! ri-()iii Ciiiii! IJri.loii lo Viui' CDiivor l.'iliuid. tliorn iin- im nioro lliaii I'ivu or six IvitliiiK slrU-.r..i, iniisi oro l\ Uie averaj;*?: iliiKri;i-of inilustrlal unrest, Imt oiily In nin: i'liil fasea is this iinri's.! cdnvortnci Into sirikcrt. Direct. iH!(,'otlal!on.-i ho t licparlmtint of la))oi', as it rule, seen res a sell lumen! tvitlioiit a strike. "In (Canada, jmrllcularly sinci? Ilic war, whore a strike lins been aetnuUy doe.\nrei\ il lias been liortnnately as a TONIGHT No Raise in Prices V. W. Griffltira I>roilnf;tion rule, of the brlefuat (luratlcpii. 'I'lie .-.hlDyard .mrlke at. the T'nclfic Co.-isl wiiH boKiin anil eiideil within two jlayn. Uocenl. atrlkCH at New Dins-gow ami Toronto Iitslefl le.Ms lliati a week. II would lie perliaps well to reiMcMMber that there nro In Can;.da iilioiit. one million InduHtrlixl woikers. and ir liero and U'.cvo Klrikes havt occaaiuniilly occurred, the million its a whole are cnntltmoitaly wcn-kint;. The l(Hs of lliiii^ from strikes iliirluK the. lai^t twelve monlliH la less than �woald re.auU. from eaeli of tlie million of indiiHlrial workers t.'ikhig one days holiday dnrlni; the year. Good Feallng. ",\ Klrik(! fn an liichi.stry vital to the war or inoiiaciiiK (he pnJdie safely, liowever. projierly i.s In be i^e^ard-ed as a dl.'jastcr, and the rarity oV such ^triiies and their speedy cellleiiirnt wlicn tiiey occur, ia to be attrlbnled cli';-fly to III" good leelin� e.xlstiup: cn the whole between ('aiiailiaii eni-Idny Joseph .lonas, 1 I'laving offered my services free to I 'lii'iiHine ;the city for eiKiitcen mouths as ;,; ilhiatraled by the hriUlant feat on the' Alfred Vernon, who is said to have ; Comtuissioner Paris, Tuesday, June 18.-Fighting under the national flap of Poland, the first Polish regiment of the first Polish division entered the front line trenches opposite the Germans today. Within the sound of the roar of cannon, and in the presence of civil and military authorities the regiment received its battle flag ,Tnd entered the war on the side of the allies. "It is a reply to Germany's contention that the Polish question is settled," said General Archinard, chief of the Polish military mission to France. lal matinees for ladie.s- liavo been ranged al 2."0 [i.m. on hoih days. AT THE EMPRESS One of the most stupendous plays ever produced will lie ilie at-tniclion at the ICmiiress theatre today ;Wid lomoirow. ".Macbeth.' as a play ha.- been seen or read by nearly everyone; tlie star. Sir' Herbert Tree, was witlioul (luestloii the Krentest tragcil-Ian of liislory; ilie director. I). \V. Ciriffitli. is Ilie foremost producer tif iir-n'inlion pictures today, numbering among his successes Ilie two greatest film iirodudions ever made. "Tlie IJirlh of a .N'atioii." and "Intolerance." In making tlils film ida.c, the pro-film I duccrs combined every essential which Koes to make an umisiinl film production, .'.nd it w,e. iimler Comniis-I sioa uovernmeiu. but 1 am not sieal-I iUK it away from anyone, if elected. .N'o one had any claim for the poai-llon, afler .Mr Grace had resigned t)io ratep-iyers wore then called jipoii i to name his .successor. If 1 itni called ! ciie:ip for/offorlnp to serve free, what I about ISie thousands, I may say mil-j linns, of soldiers who are serviuR  thtir country for almost noihhig ami i ! when their lives are at sl,ake as well 'as salary. And not alone them, hut. ' there are tlioitsaiids of otlier patriotic i men wlio are unable lo Ro to the ; front wlio are siviii.i; their time free i to their cnnntry and the community. I 'I'he rheap inun these days is the i iiiaji who sits in his easy chulr, draws 'i his hi,'; salary, or his large prutils and i does iiothiiiK for his countfy or eom-1 munity. i' 1 was never consulted, nor asked to I offer myself for this position by anyjlil as compared witli the .same period i ! clique or organization or anj-one what-1 in 1017 is due nhiiost entirely to the 1 IndianapoliK. June lH.-Declaring arraigned togotliei- ioday in tbe Bow j that the "exigencies of tin; times call street police toni-l on tlie charge of j for renomintxtion and election in lii^ll hevinir coDiniiiiiii ,iie,| iiiforniation i of Woodrow Wilson," .Saniiie) M. Hal-u.seful to the ciie:;i\. In opening tlw3|Klou. former governor of Indiana and case for tlie picviTuiion flie crown I Pcri'ianpnt chairman of llie Indiana attorney said that liie homos of tiie 1 .Stale iJomoeraiie convention here, to-deteiidaiits had In ."i seanhed iind ; day, fired the delegates and audience with enthusiasm tlial brought them to their feet, waving flags and lrian War Office announced'today. U is: added tltat tlio Italians are slaking everyUiipg in order to stop the advance of the. Aiistro-I luugariiuis in : these, offensives on the northern. Itiil-' iaii front. works in linglajid. DRUMHELLER, ALBERTA, REQUIRES ^ 500 Men for Mines MINERS, MACHINE RUNNERS; PUSHERS AND OUTSIDE MEN. BEST OF CONDITIONS AND HIGHEST AVERAGE WAGE. APPLY D.A.McAULEY Secretary Red Deer Valley Coal Operators' Association, DRUMHELLER, ALBERTA WHAT WILL RESULT CANADIAN TRADE. Ottawa, June IS.-That the decrease of more than $02,(100,000 in the trade of the Dominion for the 'flr.= l two months of the fiscal yeai; eiidod .May GOliiESOIA � Minnc.-ipo'.;;, June 19.-The University of Minnesota board of regents at a ntseting today named James C, Miller of this Alberta Normal School, Calgary, Alta., as professor of trade and industrial education, ia the college of education at Minnesota University. The board also voted to give tuition to five girls to be brought over from 'rrance this fall. With the  French Army In France, Jur.3 19.-Large units of German troops, vjhich had been concentrated on the western side of Rheims between Vrigny and Ormes, and which went over to assault last night, were met with such ^n awful fire from' the French defence, that they ^ were unable to make the slightest progress. They suffered such losses aflier trying time after time to reach the French positions that only a few of the attackers were able to return to their own lines. ever, r did not know thai a petition was being circulated in my'favor until four or five days afterwards. I curtailment of shipping faollltiea, is .the opinion expressed in official circles here. In this conntjclton it is >vi)l servo no one except the ratepay-1 pointed out that since this period last i NIGHT 50 Valuable Frizes Given Away to Fifty Lucky Seat Holders crs and citizens in general, it elected. The cll^' needs your assistange p.nd my Eorvices. and it at any time, if I 1 am elected, the Mayor comes along i with tour ratepayers, demands my resignation for any valid deficiency in my department, it will be In IhoJr hand.s. 1 will work In harmony with the .Mayor and other ooniinl.ssionBrs to the hesl of my tibility, pointing out my views on all mattora affecting the city without anlngunistie feeling and ready to servo in tlie bent Intereata of all concerned.-Advertisement. -WALWCtPtID Nan'W Music Mountain i AT STARLAND TONIGHT AND TOMORROW yer, the .Mtstralian and South African steamship services have been discontinued and this \vou!�l materially affect, the total trade ..'igures. Another cause undoubtedly has been the conge.stion of the land tran.s-iJortation focillties of the country, will be recalled that as tlio, result fFroni Our Oivn Corre'Dondont) Foi-emost, June I'l.-Great crowds at;e in town ilurlng ihis, Chautauqua week. All who have attended the ChautiuKjua so ifar. have expressed thcmsfflves ;is being highly plea.sed with the different items of the pro- What the Press Agents Say of a conference held in Ottawa darly i Gram and witli the rendering of same. in tlie winter, arrangements were made ifor the all-rail carriage of large (luantltios of wheat tor Great Britain and her allies. It was subsequently Btutfid officially that although tha plan Iiad b^en adhered to the quantity of wheat c.-rricd all-rail was only fifty per cent, of the amount' Oovornmciit il was expected tto carry. i lory affair. Il augurs \v ]] for our country that the Dominion CJaulauqua is so well patronized ;il! over Canada. The man-agomeni niakc-j no idle boast when it says that it;- program'is clean and elevating. .The sale hoUl here for the proved a very saiisfac-in all tliero were sold The exchange situation aa II. at-l�!onio \7u parcels of land. Local buy-tecls the United Slates and Canada ' ers and real farmers kept the clamps and llio roflrletlon of imports recent-i dosed li,;'ii on .anything ' like idle ly' decided, upon by the war trade ; speculating. .Some quarters near Kore-board will considerably reduce tho'to-j sold lor the high figure of ?;M lal trade of tho Dominion tor the current fiscal year. ^>Woman:iiiS]anii: �ofFaiiftnii per acre, Cajitaln I'ortel- was in town this week in cnnnection with registration ! work. Me brought with'^^. week* for pro-emji'lipii fby tQtanieii"'voteraus, When We Sell a Casket we do so without taking advantage of the sorrowful occasion, when the purchasers are in no mood (or delay;ing over the price. gUR SERVICE is charged tor at a reasonable rate, and we make no niore than the profit that would be made In any other department of tlie business world. MacKAY & MacKAY Phonr 1802 B03 3rd Ave. S, Lethbridge, Alta. If MEECH Is Elected" LETHBRIDGE WILL HAVE A COMMISSIONER 1 With engineering ability and exjserience. 2 The technical knowledge and the practical experience to apply it. ' - , , . 3 A mar� who has been in close touch w^ith civic affairs and administration for 9 years. 4 A man pledged to follow a certain course-certain things. 5 A man fearless in doing his duty. -to do" 6 A m^n qualified to' reduce mistakes and losses lo a minimum. 7 A worker. VOTE FOR MEECHTOMORROW @ COMMITTEE ROOMS 418 FOURTH AVE. S. ^ PHONE 1509 ;