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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 4, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE SIXTEEN' THE LETHURIOGE OAUA' IllCLUU) SATURDAY, MAY 1318 'arm Needs was. J. D. REIO Wife cf the Minister of. Railways and Canals. Will Likely Stand For Vacancy of Public Works Com- missicftver Thai J- I'aialUou, DciBiu .i-uls surveyor, util fur many yt readout ot Let IL bridge, will be uillitiitc for ihc L-biuwlssioacrsMp ol blic works is the rumor on the This morninK- and fvom whal lleraid couhl team liioie 13 a good sis for iho report. Mr. HatyiUoH j as city altleriuao. anil was n member o! Uie 1913 council which approved the present city charter. While ulderiuau lie also ha_d much to cJo with Hie operation of the publu- utilities as he took charge in a eral wav during th? ttlness of Supt. Arthur Keul (or about lour months. When Uie commission government election look place In 1913. Mr. Ham- iliou iitooi1 us a candidate for thti com- ssioiiershijt of public In tf be was a candidate against ConH mfesioner (Jrncr and J. U. Oliver the public works Since then h? has farming on a talrlyjarge scale and has done well in that direc- tion- "We will have ToodAand Tjiil-lifive to out and set it, just as itie women of Trance and Britain did. no choice, aud-lhey did not hesitate v for a" moia-aat about doing the v very hardest _kind of work. The v oiample they set should be v an inspiration to tbe people of Canada, who, despite the solen- did service they have rendered v in :nany ways. know little yst of the drudgery or she henry man- ual tasks "that the daughters. wives, and even nf France and Britain have shoul- J." REIU v v -j But so_slow." Anil then iEetd caminueil: "It's a 111 tie difficult for us to realize starvation have abuudanco of iverythins and' the possibilities of our vast resources. We don't know what it is' to be actually hard up tiKiiprs to do anything and strike out 'along'Individual lines Is bouDii to be criticized. It is only passivity that I escapes public veuoui.' Criticism is the penalty you pay for doing worth "Hoiv about a land army of women1 for "With preset dire need of men for tbe front and the hurry-up call that lias been sounded forth.through meillum of Sirs. Held believed that the time lias'arriv- ed for women to take it to heart very seriously and to consider what they can in a scattered, isolated organized body, Do- minion-wide. J -It just amounts to declared lleiu. "We will have to'have THE REAL FOOD QUESTION. (Reynold's Xewspaper, London.) it Where vre feel the and we will have 10 go out aniT of course, is in the eet it. just.as the -women of France cost of living.' i was ing my household bills morning, but 1 'couldn't heip drawing mental comparisons between now and a short lime ago. Mi is what we must look-land Britain did. They had no choke, and not hesitate for a mo- thfe expect, und K Is one of the best pre- inen of who. despite veutativcs against extravagance anrt splendid service they have VDo you think that hSf alive in Canada to'the'fact that there-is Ac- tual "Starvation in The question was addressed lo Mrs. J. D. Reid. wiierof :thc Railways and Cjnals. She hesitated 'a'znotriant before re- plying ".WeH, I wholly alive. geiiir.g there A case e! :haU" but not ventatires against extravagance waste. It seems to me that tconoruic considerations ar? ibe greatest im- portance in ric-iving the .situa- ;ion: There "are many cannoi afford to scrimp themselves, for they are doing all they can as it is. The better-off, then, might -inaKe it" easier all around by doing their part to utmost oi thtir ability-" dp think about the BoardT' .Mrs. Reid was asfced blank. "Weil, 'it's an innovation country" JasC "mpnt about diiina; the hardest kind ol -wa'rk. The they hare sboNild-be an inspiration to the i the idered amount of suspiciorf.'The board has rriors "ASTERY of the air prevents the 1 'of, thousands of allied troops. The more aeroplanes we can maintain at the front the greater becomes the security of. our men in the trenches, and the more effective our artillery fire. 'i For our aerial warriors arc the eyes of the army, _ guarding our troops from surprise tactics of the' i-iying bare his deadly guns and_dlrcctina our own gtms with unfailing accuracy. At the same time they clear the air of putting out the eyes" of iha enemy batteries. Young men from 18 to 30. strong, keen and courageous, men of fair and eager for accomplishment will find tlio opportunities !n (he Service very altractiys. While training for their commissions cadets receive per day. who comt the provisions of tho M.S. A. arc eligible only after having jnined their iJcpot Battalion, when they may, wilh the consent of their Comrnandinii Officer, be discharged for rc-enllsimtnt In the U.F.C. Write for Booklet, "Air Heroes In the and apply directly to one of the following addresses: RECRUITING OFFICE, 304 KAIN ST., WINPJIPFO MALCOLM YOUNG, SHERIFF, LfcTHBRIDUE in many know little yei of the drudgery orvthe manual tasks that tlie daughters', wires and even mothers France and Britain have "I'i don't say that the girls' will nil be terribly keen about farming, hut m'oat normal women have iove of the outdoors, and If organized CD a national scale, 'given proper accom- modation on the farms, guaran- teed a lair rate, oX pay and definite status, bs-no reluctance on ihcir part to .take the' place of "the farmers' sons and.hired Reiii tliat ihfiiygli the sudden drafting of men a hew realizk- ion of the need for saving ami pro- dueilon will pervade the farmhouses. There is is going to mfek'2 yon save liku hav-ing some of your flesh end blood "over Then, she thinks that girls should oust' men in the cities where they are 'ehgaged -'in non-productive work and fores them to do men's work where they the land The day an5 the hour has come Svhon there must-he an entire readjustment in th'3 field of the man Ja not in khaM, and whose work can be done 'equally well by a wo- take up "burden, oE war and produce food. It take all the men who are available'and all 'the women who will voluhtaer and ali the S.O.S. hoys to do'justice to Can- ada's harvest have '-.everything expanses of land and the possibilities of tremendous we rqusX have more farmers and farmerettes. [So it's-up to the women.. Something nnew and hard to them It certainly is, but at the end of work there muat be infinite satisfaction in 'knowing that one has added mater- to the -food sup ply. jThe women who can't go out on. the I farms may at least Have thVlr gar- jdens or their chickens. Everyone can I do something." f' Sirs. K'slo' has just reiurned from line United saw and heard a great deal about food-saving down she sampled hard and rocky ivatyrolis at break-1 fast! Hut lhat the people! of .Canada .ire saving with no less j sincerity, although there are perhaps; ewer yisibta signs among the unde- monstrative peopla of the-Domlnfon. "How.about that vexed question ofj afternoon Afternoon It's delightful, but unnecessary. Therefore, wa might cut il out altogether. It's a waste of time and energy, as weil as, food, A person leela quite apologetic about having new clothes these days, and I think we might feel .equally conscience- stricken when we ssrve afternoon ten. -isp't exactly a clothes famine In Knrone. But there U Aarvallon and Ihcre is acute -misery. Simple cook- Ing, no entertaining lo speak of, housework reduced to minimum we're coming down to common sense, but we xhaven'l reached the alagc where It ANCHOR-DONAlDlSON LINE POPULAR SERVICE Canada to Glasgow or Company's Office, 270 Main, St. Winnipeo- I' Fcr full '.iformation flpfily to Agenti an expert heating engineer -xwithout cost How .many times last winter did you promise yourself that never again you attempt to heat your home with the fusty, cracked, draf ty, erratic, inefficient furnace you now have The man who knows by expensive and exasperating experience what a poor furnace is, is the man McClarys want, to talk to about the Sunshine Furnace, because he knows what a good furnace ought to be and Almost every home has its own 'individual heating problem, requiring its own special solution. s v Half .a century of healing experience has gone into the designing and construction of the Sunshine FurnaTfe. Why'ntjt get in touch ffjth the local McClary dealer or the nearest 'this heat- ing problem settled without delay? .Don't putit off- have it done to-day. x V. jljree Engineering Service Sunshine Furnace, w em you free expert adricsca your hocic-bcatinsrtqairt- YOU risk a postage V_ stamp to learn more, about coffee? SEAL BRAN-Ip COFFEE V and to make How to equal. 'America's most famous Our fcooWet "Perfec't Coffee-Perfectlv tellsN, you. It's free. Write for CHASE 5 SANBORN. Aijistcrdsra. -May TUe.iJflfsales t Huuiania Ihb Central Powers iave resumed the peace negotiations.-j haresi ilpsjiaU'h reports. Several ot Iht outslanillng questions ticeii setlleU, anil (ho conclusion 'ol the neeoliaiions la being approached London Toronto St.Jokn, N.E. FOR SALE BY THE DIXON SHEET METAL' CO: On-time deliveries! The retail merchant must have them to-day. Customers demand it. Competition it. The shrewd retailer to-day Is motorcycling his deliv- eries. art Indian, upkeep becomes a small item, and delivery cost ptr package is greatly reduced. An Indian parcel-car attached has made many a merchant: proud of'.; his service. Indian deliver economy, mileage, speed, service. .See your dealer will give you actual figures on thecostor UeliTeririff with an Indian. And those figures convince you. for catalogue HENDE.E CO., Tht IndE.in (ay-Hrli a one: i. an And li-L fit.L pTacc by mtzit olottt. Powerplui Motor is the 1-nin motor crer built. Sprinj Frame, Uttd cicluiively by the Indian, it riilin? rW ll.at no other can approach. In tize, in ipced, in power, In'tfiutpment, tht IndiKn at the 0, E. McDonald, Lethkidge Lowest .in cost, operation and upkeep. LETHBRIDGE'LOCAL C..A amn ORGANIZATION is IN READINESS'to BEGIN WORK AT THE FIRST SOUND OF CITY'S SHARE S V FOR- LOCAL WORK EOR OVERSEAS. v "t kVERY DOLLAR ABOVE TO BE FOR WAR WORK, STREET SOUTH X ;