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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 4, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE tiinrni ri mt i trV Girls The Farm Needs You Will Likely Stnttd For Vacancy of Public Works Com hiissiolicr fiEID Wife of the Minister Railways and TOe will have and we hare to so out and get jilst as the women of France and Britain They had no they iKd not hesitate for a moment aboiu doiag the very hardest kind of The ojtample they have set should be an inspiration to the people of despite the splen did service they have rendered in many know little yat of the drudgery or the heavy man ual tasks that the and even mothers ft France and Britain have shoul J That Lands and for many years n resident of will be a rnndldnto for the commlssionorshib of pubfic works Is the rumor on the streets this and from what the Herald rmild learn there Is a good basis for the Hamllton was city and was a member of the 1913 council which approved the present city While alderman he also had much to do with the operation of the public utilities as he took eharfce in a gen eral way during the illness tff Arthur Reid for about font When lie commission government election took place in Ham ilton utoot as a candidate for the com missionership of public tn Ifllfj he was a candidate against Com1 missioner Oliver the public works seat Since then ha has been farming on a fairly scale and has done well in thaT direc Do you Wink that were hUH alive in Canada tbthefact that thereis ac tual Starvation in Europe The question was addressed to wife of the of ftaiiways and She hesitated ainoment before re I belieye half but not AVevare getting there byv A case All men become good crea But And then RTeid continued Its a Httie difficult for us to realize what starvation have abundance of everything and the possibilities of our Vast We dont know what it is to be actually hard up against Where we feel tho pincC of is in the muchtnlkedabout j high cost of I was juat look ing over my household bills thJe but Icouldnt help drawing mental comparisons between now and a short time xlt is what we musi and it is one of the bedt pre ventatives against extravagance and It seems to me that economic considerations are the greatest im portance in viewing the f6od situa There are many qeople cannot afford to scnimp for they are doing all they can as it The might make it oasfer all around by doing their part to the utmost oi their What dp think about the Food Board Reid was asked pptat i its an innovation in thls country just as in Britain United and anything that is new is regarded ywith certain ainount of board has been of because person that at If Aerial Warriors MASTERY of the air prevents the lost thousands of allied The more aeroplanes we can maintain at the front the greater becomes the security of our men in the and the more effective pur artillery For our aerial warriors are the eyes of the guarding our troops from surprise tactics of the laying bare his deadly guns our own gtrns with unfailing At the same time they clear the air of Quu machines putting out the eyes of enemy Young men from 18 to keen and men of fair eager for will find the in the Imperial Air Service very While training for their commissions receive per Men who come within the provisions of tho arc eligible only after having joined their Depot when they with the consent of their Commanding be discharged for reenlistment in the Write for Air Heroes in the and apply directly to one of the following addresses RECRUITING 304 MAIN WINNIPEG MALCOLM LETHBRIDQE to do anything and strike out along individual lines Is bound to be It la only passivity that escapes public Criticism is the penalty you pay for worth How about a land army of women for Canada Vith tba present dire need of men for the front and the hurryup call that has been sounded forth through ihe medium of Hold believes that the time has arriv ed for women to tak5 it to heart very seriously and to consider what they can in a Isolated organized Do It amounts to declared We will have to have and we will have to go out and get as the of France and Britain They had no and they did not hesitate for a mo ment about doing the hardest kind of The example they have s3t shouldbe an inspiration to the wo men of despite the splendid service they have ifendered in many know little yet of the drudgery or xthe neavy manual tasks that the wives and even mothersof France and Britain have li dont say that the girlswill all be terribly keen about but most normal women have a natural love of the and if organized on a national given proper accom modation on the and guaran teed a fair rate of pay and definite there should beno reluctance on their part to take the place of farmers sons and hired Reid believes that through the sudden drafting of ihen a new realiza tion of the need for saving and pro duction will pervade the There is that is going to mfek2 you save like having some of your tnvn flesh and blood over she thinks that girls should oust men in the cities where they are engaged in nonproductive work and forca them to do mens work where they the The day and the hour has come there mustbe an entire readjustment in tba field of the man who is not in and whose work can be done equally well by a wo take up the burden of war and produce It will take all the men who are available and all the women who will volunteer and all the boys to do justice to Can adas We have everything expanses of land and the possibilities of we must have more farmersj and So to the Something new and hard to them It certainly but at the end of a seasons work these muat bo infinite satisfaction in knowing that one has added mater ially to the countrjCs food The women who cant go out on tho farms may at least have thelr gar dens or their Everyone can do Rid has just returned from the United saw and heard a great deal about foodsaving down she sampled some ji hard and rocky rolls at break fast But sheJjeUeves that the people of Canada are saving with no less although there are perhaps fewer visible signs among the unde1 monstrative people of the i How about that vexed question of afternoon tea Afternoon Its hut i ws might cut H out Ita a waste of time and as well A person feels quite apologetic about having new clothes these and I think ive might feel equally conscience stricken when we serve afternoon isjtt exactly 3 clothes famine in But there is and there is acute SMmpl8 cook no entertaining to speak housework reduced to minimum were gradually coming down to common but we reached the stage where it hurts THE REAL POOD Reynolds 1 I an expert heating engineer without cost Howimany times last winter did you promise that never again would you attempt to heat your home with the draf ty inefficient furnace y6u now have The man who knows by expensive and exasperating experience what a poor furnace is the man McClarys want to talk to about the Sunshine because he what a good furnace ought to be and Almost every home has its own individual heating requiring its own special v Half a century of heating experience has gone into the designing and construction of the Why get in touch ttjth the local McClary dealer or the nearest McClary today heat ing problem settled without delay Dont put it off have it done x Service McCUrys own heuHnii Tyree Engineering OerVlCC your service when you buy a Sunshiae to giva you free expert advice on your homehentuiK rcquire to nearest McClary Branch and aslc for particulars about this A VComfort in to know ahjbut and it is sent free on makes clear aU the things you want furnace London Toronto Montreal y VWnnipeg Vancouver Calgaryx Edmonton Saskatoon cs FOR SALE Qy THE DIXON SHEET METAL CO QUID YOU risk a stamp to learn about BRAND COFFEE V How to Americas most famous chefs f Our txwklet CoffeePtrMy for ita CHASE SANBORlt v May delegates of Rumania aid thfc Central Powers have resumed the pence Bucliarest despatch Several oftho outstanding questions havo been and conclusion 6C the negotiations It being approachdil O J IT Speed Up Deliveries Ontune deliveries the retail merchant must have them Customers demand Competition compels The shrewd retailer today u motorcycling his deliv With an upkeep becomes a small and delivery cost per package is greatly Ah Indian with parcelcar attached has made many a merchant proud of hia Indian motocyclas deliver See youV dealer He will give you actual figures on the cost of delivering with an And those figures will convince for catalogue D HEN DEE i The Indian famrir IE n big Every seconii that you an And the Indian HOB won firat place by merit Its Powerptua Motor the mlghticnc twin ever Ita Cradla Spring lted exeluiivcly ty The glvM it riding cae that no other can In in in In the Indian la Inu unoiaputcd Lethbridge Lowest in operation and upkeep ANCHORDONALDSON LINE POPULAR fERVICE Canada to Glasgow or Companys 270 Main j For full information apply to Agenti of MENS WEAR LETHBRIDGE LOCAL e ign ORGANIZATION IS IN READINESS TO BEGIN WORK AT THE FIRST SOUND OF Tuesday May 7tFi i S 7 LETHBRIDGE CITYS SHARE IS FOR LOCAL WORK AND FOR EVERY DOLLAR ABOVE TO BE USEDFOR WAR A 1 1 Tt A atthe LETHBRIDGE 114 FIFTH STREET SOUTH ;