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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 30, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta MCE TWELVE IHE LBflfflMDGE OAILT HERALD SATURDAY, J'CNE 30. 19J7 Mealfeal. tiontot! have taken new move. A campaign Is now under way lo pusn men anilous lo avoid military service Into "prelected" trades. Advertlse- nienls appeared in rapfr loday an- nouncing that men are reunited for the Thedford Asbeslos mines tail ill who work In the mints will be Kempt from military service. The advertisement reads In parl: league of the Sons of Llberly his a powerful orfanliation which will make llsell known at the proper lime and pUre." -The first handled raen wanted lo. work In the Thedford .As- bestoi mines. Meianllc county, prov- ince of Quebec. "Wages ?iH and 30 cents on hour, ten hours n day. "All who work In Ite mines will he exempt from military service. "The league o( the Sons of Liberty does not merely concern Itself with muting speeches ajiiusl conscrip- tion. "11 acts, it.orginiies our vital and economic WHEN USING WILSON S FLY PADS DRAWING 10 CLOSE At PncMt Will Be ky Several Suwfaws NOTED lltSIGUI IFiMriti Far more effective thin Sticky Fly Catchers. Clean to handle. Sold bj s The Hudson Auto Livery A BIG'7-PASSENCER CAR STAND: PALACE CONFECT- IONERY, PHONE W "Meet Me at trie Palace" BQULTON'S1 AUTO UVTE.RV .AliertJ We the Muirtry thar W: have had the eiperienct. la paid for. Phone 1206 Ottawa'. June Xol so nach headway was made wllh the debate on the conscription bill In the bouse to- day. 'Ihe'ipeeches delivered being few In tumber and considerably, locftr than those of yesterday. It was slated when the house-met, by Sir Hobcrl Bprden, that Sir Wilfrid Laur- ler had''intimated lo him.that lie debate could probably be concluded In a couple- pf_days.' This means, lhat the divisions on the second readlpg and Its auiendaawfi alnioci'certain lo tabe'place on as planned.' -The today were: George Bolyin, of SSeflord; Claude MaeDou nell. of CapL'. W.-P Carroll, 'of Oape Breton, who li-on leave of 'absence, from overseaa; W A. Clark.bf North Wellington; J: A. C Ethler, of two Mountains, and H Achlm, of Ljfbeiieo'whoni It will be recalled secbfied t'ae. motion for, .the six moclhi'-lwUl, moved by Jfr.-Bar- retfe and H. Ijin'celot. 6r Pfabrlf.i Mr. Capt- Carroll-and Mr. Eliier and itr. I jncetot supported the referendum amendment. W. A: Clark a'nd Clan'ue itacDohnell were for the bill, while H. Achlm favored Ihe six DlQQtils' hOisU Mr. Bolvln said that the lack of re- crultinj io Quebec was largely due lo the'lreatmont which, was being receiv- ed by Krenci-Canadians. He said that (ho striking' out of regulation 17 In the OriLarlo- school laws would send more lo the front than conscription would send. .CapL Carroll asserted that the vol- untary system had been a success In Nova Scotia and he believed it conld successful elsewhere. He suggested that all the provinces ihonld be lo supply re-Inforcements for Iho battalions which they have at the front- Capt. Carroll said that labor, wonld be much more favorably' dlspoaed to- wards tbe bill .if the government would nuke a. definite promiH to conscript eallhJ. -'...'v. Claiide MabDonnell and Mr. Clark bth.nrKed ihe necessity of passing the measure' as a means of providing mediate re-lnforcemenls. [or the Cana- dian divisions at the front. Mr. MacDonnell said that recrimin- ations slionld.be dropped and that all the provinces and all claases should unite In 'an effort to meet the need for additional men. He did not think that labor Vr. yervllle. Epoke for' labor when they stated till a' protect against, enforcement of.the bill [naugoraled. MM Ottawa. Jate Initial llata- Hou. W. J. I" food Domlalom retire Ireawadoui of wheal. atvatf. canned aail fooaV ksd'othtr coBaodl- They i-annot be raUcnwd unleu Uonlnloc aueh foodstuffs for waort.. AddlllfuLaTodiKUou of laaa'We'pnxlin-lt will be 16 ill ea a. be awl. aari .waato by aaltoul coo- oj Mriakahle foedaluii. rectHJe.Mm taelr aeaaon tlM cootry'i foods to the ftnieat poaalkli WaaaM 1 nsa wffertr froaa Ire yearil aiii ir orrapa- torn, abwit' a aiad of Inteatbal with uatjiHnt- 'win, iVtrliiai raai.iliuvuKai after ui Pate La Uii.Biiek. .1 tied lli aod awdJcioa helped ine. JwaitaiiaMid to try' for ftix BiOBtha I haTe .beeji ealirflj 'well.; I adnje any one who bnnen fnae thai horrible tronbie-ChrbnicCoMtliavUoa with the iTsulUnt aid yon win agreeably anrprind at the (rcit benefit you will reeeiTe1.'- A. KOSENBUKG. SOc. abjK.atorJBJO.'trjil auerJSo. At all dealers or sent postpaid Tij Friit, y I withla the empire and Catutda lax re- gard to food supplies, and deals wllh wcMilttes 04 the alllw- Hf it- eland that Ihe ot a war b tf cwinlry la to do rta ahare in the pwvlflbn .0! !ocd eaantatl for the of the wr.r, aul be lEBedlate curtail table eicetscs. .T Vr. Haana 'nates the Important statement thai-the crop of atorcaMe foodK p( tirely meet.the naleis the whote people deteraaloa to In I. their aovtr to lip'the ahertafe.> Tho atateaiea.! ot'tlw that i of Canada ahouM real- laa at'omn.-ii thatX Great Britain. Prance. rUJy. Belgium and their Earo- peaui alitH an wholly enable te aaD- pjr.tlie' allied aHclea at His frent_and om.tlie nearly their iaan-poinrr hai acen the direct! work" of.'irar.-and caiec large their dnctlve laada have been over-nia the enemy.-- Their food shortage anil the food tq-npply armtea ada-'and' the Ifailed Statei must be wholly prevkieo fronKlhUi side of .the Alalntk. mail also .be sufficient tb.coTM-'loaaea-al aea. Aus to helBg wasted la the stores. hottfc. reslauranta, clubs and homes Domlalon.' 'It It the doty of every cltlteu dealUc la.or preparing aad aenlnatv .lo adoft 'elraiinate waste.entirely.. ot meauc Is a _________ country la to Jo r, akare la I.BA-provision of.food es- successful prosecution ot JJM war, abut )je li ex- ile a not glyeh a choice of many diihci efforts of the Dominion ant prerlacUl uepartaMnta of agriculture, ta'ar Tolwlarr asaociatloii al w-i are greatly appreciated. Their mrtaef aariataBco; li'earaeaUy Invited All bftJlM' aWl cltlien hovld ftody coaWrvljig the. Mui-vVrlahable la (qual Ked for. bacrMMd'pre4Kllon'Of per (tablo prodoitt.' iMud New ZeaUid, tSe Argentine public and' pth'er, i coontrlefl :axe how.aTailable situation Win Allow tow MoBcy to 1 chued HquMBtads ________ 'l I Ottawa, in the commons this a'rUrnbon intro- duced s IIU to amend the Dominion AcL which'was nggeited by'Georrey Hc- no) of raaqtaKta and the shortage eftif o' 'storembie- food! iTown n Canada and Ibi United Slain. nUt; able for shipment. threitfnj lo be .eatlrely Inadequate to.nieet 'the demand nnleas Ih'e whole' people 'deter- mine 07, eTerr'awaria in their ppwei to make up theVaaVbrlage. "Every IndMiJwa! la under a direct obligation _tt> aaata'gln rationing the allied forces. .There be uaU6na and "national cooperation reern at urbaa cvnununlUei take ac ion at so that all labor B tie. municipalities auyVlM. put a be.aerrlce, of those whp'niieed It, prc fereirt belii( given In every fckstance those whpAeJHHis or anabudj have ioije; to' the front.; There ire neai In towns and i have lad farin experience whose services wtll 'be'of -gre'at' cohnec Xppcai io Chflrchea 'Public realization oC'the true foot position Is Imperative, malie.a eat. appeal to Ihe churches of th Hcmin's Auto Livery M Haw SIJTOS tondoii, June' Mornmg sayi thai Germany has been obtaining conalderable sup- plies from Rufsk since the revolution. The niiDUler of blockade will be uestioned about them by Sir Charles Dalln PRAYING Phonea 134! or 1JM Turner Witchcll 's'at Kmi-dy-i 410 13U< I RAYING Of AUKinAi WestentransferGo, Llmiteti Offta. StaMta R. PHONEt KING EDWARD TRANSER Blooni.Ttg Check a Sparkling, Eye. wared to GirU daily try LIVERY Qfflce Phone Residence phone 1344 .lov.. ABBEY'S'TITA TABLETS 60 Cents a Box Craney, .member for' and wajeh Dr. Roche has agreed til laclnde In the The.aai- endeient. win give the ownet-gf a -war: chased homeatead or pre-emption who has fuelled all the reqnlremelts pf.lhe act except the paTmeel of-the land a period of 1! months In: which he may borrow for payment "of tbe '.V Another 'amendment proTldet that when a honeateader who owes money lo Ihe.'governinent' for" abandons .his homesteadr. the new en- trant, for the homestead rnnai the money-' owed -.for.lhe grain before he can secnre poftaesalon Kay read a newspaper, article stating Uiat the marble, to be used 1h connection with fhb construction, of the new parliament buildings is to be brought from the United Hon. Robert RotrerB.replied thai-he did not'think there.waa-'any..truth In the statement: It was the object of I the committee in charge of the ,con- he to thlaf iwailble nSed'fliUths UoTt of the i 'St. 'Robert' InlimaieaJ'-tfaitipii'' the sacgcstlqn of, the Blttou, the propoaai aitllngs wonld be deferred lor the pre- sent arid tbe house woUd stt later at nteht. Sir Robert aaid'tiat the leader ot (fee oppoallioii had Infiaqattd lotilm that the debate woojd last of days more. He snggeited the de- ifrablllty of ipeaken .curtailing 'the length of .their rsasarkj .ai atttcb as possible. George H. Bolvln of Sheffbrd, hi con- tiaqlng.the debato oa the cooacrlption bfll Mid that the compalBtoa proposal had bfliit upon the. people'froiB a'rclear sky.. He blamed Ihe goverauwiit for having misled Ihe-peopM.: It waa no wonder, he said, thai the trill had not beeii received' with by the people of Canada. Remember the New Ediwh Retrea- tlon'Recllal In T. M. C. A. for'ihe dale. Free. snppllei. taTwtigitipn win be (luired to determine tne o aaaartng'. (or the Can adlu'dlTlslonc aid the alHed aad armies.'' Bni'there are some'mea snrnVthal are "ao obaoaJously rtgh be ailoptnlj'a rzia w'omea pledge. themselvea''ti .their "obserrance. '.They Include: proidvrtion. IF e'r1' largest possible conjumptlo'n'of pe'rlinabte'foodarnfrs In order to liber ate the iloreable-fobdi for tranapor tation... -i i- adopilon. oj war mentis. prevention of food waste. stlUiaUotluud Drganlatioii o voinnteer Bod iea the. foot CMtrplier In Incremeln'g and thgthe'fooil supplies. "The Teatricllon of "ocean' tonnage makeft (In creased prodnctlon .afid con- BUBgption .of foodfituffi tat home Imperative if [the, more .eas'.iy commod.rtles'are to be.re- leaaed. for export. problem of .the Domloldn' Is Dot: by the domestic maraefibnt b; the needs of the allied armlea 'and natlona. the work alreadj two IhV'maVpra DonJBlon to lay the.faeta and th heeds of the situation ftlroMgly befor congregations. "The. soldiers at the froot eipec and women of. Canada lo d Ihelr share In providing the necessar Food. They must not be'disappointed They will not be disappointed unles they arie betrayed by the- people a Kdrne. -.Any self denial'.practised I the homes of tbe Dominion.will be In significant in comparison with that u the Canadian aod allied armies or wit the prlTatlons which millions of peopl In'Belglum'and Serbia continually 511 fer.' Pood conservation Is essenllal I win the war. W. J. HANNAj "Food .Controller.' nmmm _. Coaidale, June rat Ions a complele. here; tor the big picnic an Cross auctloii' to be be heire Monday. There will be Iwp ball Tnrfaija lie atter- SPEECH. (Toronto Globe.) Straight thinking and plain apeak- ig marked the contribution ol Mr. uchanan, M.P., of Lcthbridee, to Ihe ebate Military Service" tie la for conscription of men at bone Justice to the mental the and he is for levying on tha mper- floous vealdi-of those-at homa-vho will not be contcrlrjled for the Tlils poltcy ot social Is t Liberal a Jn the country aland bf. liit' of Reid BportB. The' auction Trill be a feihiTe: For this many; large mad handsome dtma- bare been made, .Ipcludiog :z team of hbrefs, and other Ttlu- able 'sifts- "These will be lac t Lotted off for the bcaeflt of the Red Croii. re. -L Guaranteed To Satisfy The Sunshine Fnrnice gives health-' fnl, winn.air plenty of it' Whea installed, according- to. pUna furnished by our hemtinf it is {unateed Mt- igftctioia. Write for free ntustnted booklet. SUNSHINE FURNACE The Dixon Sheet Metal Co. FT. tf ANOINa OCtk. tMtMLC OKAY. AH in tint PMoe Something Different! Something Good! The Assiniboia Music Co. AUt OIVIHO AN Edisoo Diamond Disc Recital Awlsted -Vy_ MR. BERG Tenor HoMiA, lii the AtMIMrinm of the with irw n- tiff Thta tttttm to tn our at BftR FIXTURES FOR SALE fitting 'and mirrors in the bar at Lethhride Holel. Suitable for lunch counter ''APPLY "L E E RQOM Ifi, 'BLOCK and Retail Dcalvn in LUMBER AND ALL KINDS OF BUILDERS SUPPLIES If you are going to build, write Our agent will call upon yen with plans, prices, etc. We have the largest rallj connections in Yards: FUt Headquartern the n LETHBR1IX1E LUMBER YARDS and 17th Pfcone iiir Lethtrridge, AMa.: P. O. ;