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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 1, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta JMAY THE LRTHBtUDfiE DAILY HERALD Save Needed Meii for the Commons is Urged Mny agricultural tommlttee of the met this mornlnR to hear a further report from the millcommittee on the employment of In nonessential and on the need for labor throughout the member for a member of the sub stated that It had been generally agreed that It would not be desirable to close down all Donessen tial Men of military ago employed In such Industries should bo but In most would be better to keep the Industries If cloned a large number of people not suitable for military service would thrown out of employment and the Industries would have to rebrgan Ized after the This would make it more difficult to gecute employment for returned soldiers after the Spinney Igave a list of nones tentlal Industries In In the opin ion of the the number of employed could be list Included picture 100 per 100 per bricks and 26 per 25 per 50 per per cent and fancy 100 per Fred chairman of thessub readtelegrams received provincial authorities as to the need of labor throughout The telegram that Nova Scotia will requlrei for general farming and har vesting operations four thousand Manitoba ten Alberta six or seven thousand Saskatchewan to Columbia and Ontario New Brunswick and Prince Edward Island reported conditions to serious but did not give any figures as to labor requirements The mibcornhnttee reported Us be lief i that with a proper appeal In munitions plants and other In dustries could be replaced by women John Best declared that commerc al travellers should all be called he should con sult the wholesalers and have tws A Douglafl of as serted that tho committee should have the assistance of the minister of agri Why was not the minister Menders said the minister was very busy but he had promised to be in attendance whenever pos Mr Proulx wanted the committee also to deal with the question of the of asking tho government to so amend the Military Service Act as to leave at least one man on each Nicholson dI8 not believe tho people of Canada would stand for any The government might ho to leve to the only son of a widowed The prob lem before the committee was to get substitute mln Mr Nicholson moved that the min ister of militia be asked to give defin ite Instructions to registrars not to call men engaged In farm work until all others have been called Ihls was THE JOY OF MOTHERHOOD Came to this Woman after Taking Lydia Vegetable Compound to Restore Her Health i t was married 1 was for a long lima nnd a good deal of the time Wns cot able to go about Our greatest desire was to have a child in our homo and one day my husband cnme back from town with bottle of Lydia Pink hams Vegetable Compound and wanted me to try it It brought relief from my I improved in health so I could do my housework we now have alittle aJ of which I owe to Lydia Pinkhami Vegetable Thera are women everywhere whp long for children In their homes yet are denied this happiness on account of some functional disorder which in most would readilyyield to Lydia PinkharaB Vegetable Such women should not give up hope rntil they have given this wonderful medicine a and for special advice write Lydia Pinkhain Medicine The rnsult of 40 yeart experience at your 1HGIMION LOXLApTY Gla have mtoundlnf record of miccett im treatment of ftttuni New You MTI Dhjriiclani iboiU fmcrlbtnonoriiqle Ike iKttol to tbe ffttlliy Mil bttutr of tbe nodern Ictn ttlllc Aif Injureibe corrode Ike iMMtk ul In lova cuet tberebjr do more ktrra olonlf Minn ttoti m It HI incrran Ibe itreiftb u endurance if nuidojini lolkt In two weclutlmf m All Canadians are divided into two camps those who go to the and those who stay at There are no other All loyal Canadians are in one or other of these two All patriotic Canadians are dolngffielf duty either in uniform or out of The manwho under the pitiless publicity of the revitaHz ed Military Service is doing his duty by his country if he eats potatoes three times a cuts out does essential work though and puts his money Into War By his his dud his he shall be No brass band parade precedes the trudging of the mauwhostaysathome to his He has no uniform to perk him No esprit de corps binds Mm to his psychically as all bound by the prayer unut tefed or expressed to win the He must hunt out his and in the light of conscience do it it is He is lonely and his heart Is for his spirit is in the Yet he must follow his solitary furrow to the and incentive is not tinctured with but merely with Prosaic though it may be to talk potatoes and yet these are the humble weapons that must be used to enable the iHanwho staysathome walk the chalk line of Potatoes or beans take the place 6f Wfceat bread in the whole BQme is a perfect substi tute for beef pork Buy ing war bonds matter how small a helps Canada to finance the food purchases for tha Dig ging in the soil tons not only In producing more but also dis It These are the tasks the war liasset for the man who cant go to the How trivial they appear in contrast with the heroic things the man in the trenches has a dvance to do Yet every man to Ms for it is not the task but spirit with which it is done that when every man baa found bin place to the scheme of efficiency that will win this Martha no lets helpful than Mary though not do the sarjie 10 FILL VACANCY OF That a permanent appointment to the postmastership at will shortly be made is shown by the fact that the Civil Service Commissionis advertising the waff caused by the death in action of the late Major Alvin Hamly has been acting postmaster since the late Major Ripley left for the May in Mesopotamia carrying on pursuits of the retreating Turkish have advanced as far as the Tauk it li officially Twelve additiontl field guns were captured orf April number of prison ers reached May fewv weeks that Mauds Whitmore has spent in the east in the interests of the thousand vacant schools of Alberta she has secured in the neighborhood 250 Whitmore is leaving for her school at on The following 1s the list of lo be asked Wfcen tho registration of manpower is I made In Juno fo Be Answered By 2 Address In u Hate of Country of British aubject by lilrth or by 7 If naturalised when and widower or di Physical if 10 Vresent regular oc What other work can you do If an stale address and nature of Do your circumstances permit you to serve in the present national crisis by changing your present occu pation to some for which you are it the conditions offer ed be satisfactory 13 AVere you brought up on a farm Are you a retired farmer Are you willing to do farm work Can you handle horses Drive tractors Use farm machinery If not a Drltish to what country do you own alleginnceT1 How many children under Ifi years If registered under tho military service what is your serial num ber Be Antwtred By Name In Address In you speak Knglish or French subject by natur Are you widow or divorced How many children under 16 Dto your health and homo ties permit if to give full paid work registrantsanswer ing No to this need give no further those answer ing Yes or in doubt should fill in rest of QT must sign affirma Do your circumstances permit you to live away home What is your present main oc cupation as state number of It an state business and ad dress If fijll time volun tary stfie name of society State particulars of each If you trade or di ploma or Special train of if in poultry farm dairy Can you drive a drive a drive a harness a do farm cooking Indicate any qualifications or practical experience whljbh you pos sess flfct already Do your circumstances permit you to give regular full time service without remuneration NEW LONG RANGE April new long range German guns made at Dus seldort for tin bombardment of according to the correspondent af Maastricht of Les pas gtfd through Belgium last Friday in tbe direction of for nearly throe years pollro court stenographer lias bis letter of resignation eom IneWfore the city council this morn Oxlaml Is taking another position Jn the The council took no steps to fill the but it was decided to snnd a letter to at torney Intimating that It was the councils opinion that the police court stenographer should be paid by tha government as Is the police mag An answer Is expected this week whnn the council will ngnin con sldet the question filling the va cant Fond of Good Coffee of course But why not make it BETTER Coffee Coffee at its in fact SEAL BRAND COFFEE Send for our booklet Perfect Coffee Perfectly it solves the m CHASE SANBORN MONTREAL TAlEARP Officers Wanted for the Canadian Naval Service 23 to muit hold Pay per Chlif 25SOj mud bojd lit or CaaidUu W 2ad or Mdiin Pay per on ptr noflh Pttty and MCB with to wu QualiM Hiw gfod lo I Coualry during Iht by ioloiag the CaMdIti Naval Apply to Commanding Oflotr RAINBOW Naval Rtcrultlng Indu9trial Bureau MAIN WINNIPEG French Headquarters in May Ottawa The British tanks on Monday assisted the French infantry in clearing up the German machine gun nests at Han gard The enemy who has hitherto put 140 divisions or nearly two million men into the fighting has besides in France 1ieHU divisions which can still be brought into the fight and also re serves in in France and Ger It therefore must be assumed that they can reconstitute their ex hausted But what they can do is refill the depleted ranks and men of the name quality or degree of Mon of intensive battle must be reck oned with betora the enemy can be reduced to a pitch We have several perilous weeks before us but have every reason to await the issue The battle as it pro gresses with that of which Is one of the beat aug uries of the Germanys pres ent in and Plcardy would probably as a line for a final As their striking tower exhausted on the In to It will be iu 1918 on Avvre uud ON STRIKE April work ers employed by the Long Com pany opt onstrike for In The it Is under uow earn anVaverage of a week and they want an increase of a ON THE BRITISH Tending German WILSON BUYS SHEEP April will be grazing ou tbe White House lawn within a tew president Wilson today purchased twelve thoroughbred Bjnropahlres lo eat tbe grass now wanted ou the big yard of tha execu tive INftPBCTION Iff KEEP YOUR NiAT SHOE POUSHES UQUIOt AND MOWN M tHtf f iff f ftVfTHI NOTE While this article is intended for the progressive Western merchants such as General Jewellers and Music it is of interest to everyone living in the and it is well worth your time to read qvery word as it offers new opportunities in an article for which there is large demand in these times of stress when music is a necessity A NEW OPPORTUNITY OF MERIT THAT WILL OPEN NEW FIELDS TQ THE PROGRESSIVE MERCHANTS IN WESTERN good phonographs of tacky are a necessity because music is needed in these trying and it is only natural that everyone should want a phonograph will allow them to hear the artists from ALL one DESIGNED and adapted to play all records All rfecordi in 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