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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 28, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta BIG ATTRACTIONS AT RED CROSS CARNIVAL ON HAND Hcmkl X. LliTIlUHIDCili. ALBEKTA. THUUSBAY, JUNK 28, 1017 NUMBER 1C8 CANADIANS ARE ONE STEP NEARER LENS NOW of Saskatchewan Government Says Never Catch With Shortage 'Ex- isting Now, and Advises liiirniug of Dur- ing (he Confident of Returning Rc-giun. SnskV June it will he impossible lo secure EufTicicnt supply of coal lo mcci Ihc ret] u ire men Is of this prov- ince1 (luring 'llic coniing wjiilcr, even if all Alberla "lo resume operations M once, and llinl cilizens should use wooc ii'i llic cdrly fiillindnllis mid al all other limes wlicn Ihe wcblhcr conditions permit, arc two outstanding facts ,contained in Ihc report wliicli lias jiisl been issued by Thomas M. Molloy, scerctar> of (lie govcnthienl bureau of labor, lias given llic con! silua lion considerable attention. Operators Agree 0JT- Calgary, June Comnafs- fiioDCr Armstrong Issued-orders lest nigh the miners and operators of nil coal mlnea and coke producing plants In dlslrlct'No. IS io resume op- craticns Tuesday, July 3. IG7315 Jssued by the government, officials are "virtually n surrender to all dcmnncls uf the United Mine XVork- and adopt throughout the propos- als R. F. Green, the member of rparilame.nl sent hero recently Io make' an Investigation and repprf._ l-'oilovflngAnc issunnce'pf direc- tions last nlgjil, Mr. Arm.nLjniiE.renelT ed a repjjrrrpnjithc WogUsni.Coal. Op- It will loyally li'the orderfl.' Though local coal operators can say nothing liennite sg to HIE llkcllbood d the mlnea'opcnlng oa Tuesday next, It t Is generally assumed that they will do so. The miners arc ready-to BO back and Ihc C.P.R. Is preparing to 1 ill cars needed. The mines all have plenty of orders to knep all Uie men they.can get bus] without, a ncit spring. It la necessary now to make up, II IKJS slble, the loss In production of the past 'three months. What. this would have amounted to Io the Lcthbridge district can be esli mated fairly well from a report Jus Issued by fhe Alines branch at Edmon ton. report-sliows that for Jan uary, February and March of Hits year, the Ugnilo mines oT Alberta pro duped a lolal than tons. The Letlibrldgc district mints easily, led all other Durlii tlie three months In question Ihc min era here produced u follow! January February March i -Total ton 64.52S Ion Ion Ion It Is rjplle7cd_that llio'January out put broko'Rll records for tWminesJn Lethbridge nnil ylclnlly. There wer "14 68 men employed In January, 133 in February and 13S Iccliny Avion, u suburb of the city, captured by storminy waves wbic'n went forward under ilroleclion of the concentration of nrlillery fire on Ilial part of Avioii inuucdialely behind the German line. Assaulting troops were composed of men from British Col- umbia, Manitoba, Ccttlral Ontario and Nova Scolia. .One Mile of Lena. i; IBy Canadian Overseas dent) Canadian Arroy Headquarters- la France, June this morning's advance llio'British line has beeu carried wKiiln one mile oC the centre of The'Canadians have been Huge Price for Wool One of His :Planks- Is'Appoint- ment. of Hospital Commis- sioner In Place of Board Portland, Ore., five thousand poundi of-, wool -_ were iuiiJ-yesterday lo Boston'in- teresls al 72 cents a'pound, said io be the .highest price" ever, jpald woof'ln trie staVe. In past yeaji-v Ihe, price.has GAVE 111 meetings of the'Ontario Jlcdlcal .council yester- day'it was decided to inquire Into the caae of the'allegca child substitution ici Oltnwn considerable which'was! taken nt Ottawa, Juno In the person of F. 11. iCarrellV mem- ber for nlchmohd, N.U.-, gnve support lo rallll.iry service act' (lie commons loday. .5Ir. CirYBJl announc- ed Toulil votb.ngalnel (he ref- erendum moved .by Sir Wljfrld Ijiu'rier nnd for the second reading of the hill becuiso -he tKlloveil 'thai .It wi's the first duty of Canadlai.3-to-do 'everr- IhlnK we can lo provide support 'for the floldlerfl at Ihe confessed IKat .-rtcfc'alcri under 'the prcaonl conilUtoiH Ilio bill to bo necessary, .ffe meirtc> an np- petl lo'the to suspend Ibe operation of th6 n safliclent period for dreryboily to get together and rnnke one. rrloro llnlletl effort (o stcart I ho men' needed by vol. uriUr? enlistment. Mr Cnrrcll, while rllsagreelnn with Sir W.il. (rid I.aurler, jild that desired boll. friends and his opponents to uii- derslnml lhal he Ih6 jrealdst faith In the slncerilr, loyally ind up rfghtriesa.of his political chief.' The mist p'romlnerit on tho goycrnmciit.side ofj: of Germany'will A' general creise In slock of gold, and. man credit al a niuch 'iftwer ebb'-lhwi Ihe' flhow. TtcncWfll of' Germin bo'ids, whereupon Germany borrower! 'money fr6ra Holland to pay finwW lor eiporlert foodstiifl's.; ftgrfed to only upon exLrernftly'oTie' rondlll P. A Bombay, Irtdli'.v.iuno I Insukr' dud mind, of I antl.cron-, it Bombay. The ;