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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - May 22, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta NNT.DNKSDAY, MAY 22, IHIR Tim LETlimtr'nGE OAILY TIT^RALD PAGE SEVEN EE Advertising For Them-Producinff at Good Rate -Are ],()cal f.on] opisnitiu's aro (filing for nun. Thny nrii liiUlnp; piirt In tlio KiPUl publlclly (::inu);iiKii boliiK i;nr-ildil on throiiRlioiU tlu! pratiMc i)ro-vliiccii to liiilui;o pi'oplo to Imy llicif colli nurly, liuf, iil tlio mimo linu^ llicy lU'o Horntnvlmt iinxloiiH over their ah-lllly to "tlt'llvnr tllo isoods." The l.ronljli! arlBCH out, of tlio I'iul llial iiililerH ari) scurcc, v/IUIo (ird'-rw tor coal ari! vollliiK In as 11' It weri' liTi hiv low ZKro wciHtlior In Novpnilvoi'. 'IMu! Oalt ColilorloH arc lulvorlfeiiiK J'or 101) inliiorH It) go to work liniiie-(llaloly. 'riio CJliliiook (!ollkiries at t'oalluirst aro looklnK for nioi p men uiul eoure piil on l(lt> ro-nior-row. Tlie Nortli Anio.iU:an C\)lliurle� at Coalliiirfll iiri! in lliu Kainn position. 'I'lU! Union CiolUorioH at liianvond City art' pilttlnfj men to work as fast as llioy can be stuaireil. tjiilto a nninbor of men who foniierly workod at I ho Diamond t'oillcricH are coniint; liack. Tlio I'^oderal Ooals liavo l)oth lliolr iitliies working now while tiu' Taylor and illU mine, now owned liy .Mr. llendcraon, are taking iiil the nu'M thoy can gel and are pnrcliarfing a Sl.x ton truck to t:nvyy tlieir (iiilliiit to . tlie spur truck. ' Ah a inat.tnr of fact, taking all tlu; mines together, thoro are more inlii-er.-t working horo to-dtiy thai, at any lime for yearn with tiio poHsible o.\-eeptlon of a tew inonl.hH In the lieiglu. of tiK! wdilor soUHori, Htit U would not l)e oxaivgoralion to state tlial 1,U0II nioti eoiiid ))c put In ivork lo-n)orrow If they could be, seeurod and the eol-liorlos would liuvo no Irouhlo in getting vld of the output, "l.ethbrldge district mines can put. out 5,000 \nm of v:oal a day, If they can get tho men." Tli(> mines thrniighoiit f)io I^olh-bridge division arq doing very well, however. On the avorngo 375 ears of coal aro loaded dally aw against an average of about 220 in the winler montliB. LEIHBRIDGE Gt WINS IN Ml NTEST 1 JU FRENCH CROPS ARK BEST SINCE 1,H!)8! Paris, May 22.-Prospnit^ for the coming harvest In Krami. iii belter lliaii any year since l.s;i.v. X'i.ior Hor-pt, (ood minister, infunr.nl ihi' .Associated , ProsB upon IiIh I'-tiini today from a week-end lour in ini- cDuntry. "linle)f the advertising of their coal Includes O. K. VVliite-siile and J. Chnrbonnier, of the Crow's .N(Mt. district; W. F. McMullou and .1. .McCauiey of tho Drumliellor field; W. .Stock and .1. Howard, of the I.eth-hrhlgc district: II. .McCorniick, of Castor; .Messrs. Pitclier and Dunn, of the lOdnionlon distr.lcl, and Mossrs. Thornton and Anderson for that district which lit:-! north of Edmonton. AIOISTR ARIRS IE OR CHILDREN The miners will hold a sports day for the children on Victoria l^ay. May 21 til, at Adams Park, in North f^etli-brldge. The sports will coinraenco at l.;!0. Prizes have been donated by merchants in the city. Those mor-cliants who wish to donate prizes should get in touch with Mr. Peacock, or other lucmberB ot the comniitloe. 'I'hat tlie (|Uestion of good roads id a very live one wa''s evidenced at this morning's session of the I''armers' convention. The Empress thealTH was more than half filled by an audience composed largely of farnier:s iind includiug a nuniher of .Medicine Hat people. I Tlie fanners present represented districts In every direction from the-city, and lliey came with very definite ideas on the road aues-timi, President Tweed of the hoard of trade presided, 'and with liini on the l)latforni weile lion. Clias. .Mitchell, Hon. Duncan|Marshall, li(ni, A. .1. Me-Lean, Capt. t.'lias. IMngle, M.l.,..\., and .Mayor Brown. President Tweed explained that Premier Stewart was unable to he present bnl expected to lie in this city to meet the farmers at tlie time of the exhibition or at ui later date this summer. j Petitions concerning roads and (ele-1 Iihone.s were presented byrepresenta-! lives of the following dlKlrlcts: Win-! nlfreii, Prosby, Vale, and '.Alderson. The petitions Averc supported by several siieakers, who pointed out the main details of the districts' road probleiu.s. During the noon intermission a strong committee representing the ^ city and country .districts met and , discussed tlie matter of forming an j a.ssociation which will bring city and ! country luoro closely togeliier. It is realized that city and country have many Interests In common .and both will undoubtedly beiieflt by this getting together. ' \rinnipeg, .May .22, .X.-ai ly every district in Munitoba aiiil many parls of Raskatcbcwan wei-e vi^iicd with Ciarli, wiiose husband was put lo: heavy rains in the ia; i wenlvfour | death f(u- the part he took In the Irisii j hours which with teiui.eiaiures "rang-1 >'I"''^i"K of llMii, was arrested today. illg from 40 to GO degree.; niakes for | -.-.����^ �-----r-rr:;i.- , ideal crop conditions ai iiil.5 eol- lected'................. 3,19.5 08 Subseriptioqa pnkl by receipted accounts........ 300.00 SubHcriptions paid In Subscriptions tp bo Total number 1,1 IS. of $11,2B2.73 subscriptions- MARTIAL LAW London. May 22,-Martial law lias boeu proclaimed in Bohopiia and ' in consequence of ",>..-.,inr excesses" many jiorsona have been, imprisoned say.s a dl.spatcli lo t'lio Daily .Alail from Berne, quoting the Stovonskl Parod. Builders' Supplies CEMENT, LIME, WOOD FIBRE PLASTER, EMPIRE FINISH, HOL. LOW TILE, LETHBRIDGE ANB MEDICINE HAT BRICK, ROOFINGS, BUILDING AND TAR PAPER, FIRE PLACE MANTLES AND GRATES, TILE, DEAVER BOARD, PLATE GLASS, MURANESE GLASS, COMIVION GLASS, AUTO WINDSHIELDS, MINING SUPPLIES. y The Western Supply & Equipment Co. Ltd. PHONE 1044 i FOURTH ST. S,. LETHBRIDGE 9 9 20 per cent Discount As prlcoB' are advancing fro-quently, wo havo bought an ox-tensive ntoclc in oriiov to protect the public .thorororo, we Invito you to call and see uh Uetoro purfihaBlnu. COUNTRY AND CITY ORDERS RECEIVE OUR USUAL . PROMPT ATTENTION MacKey anil Uy 803 3rdi Ave. 8., Lethbridgo phone 1802 Never Closotl fICIORYLOi CANVASS A return wa."! tabled In tho Commons on Saturday .of tho total re-niunoraliou paid tp brokers and bond dciiler.s throughout Canada, in connection with the Victory I.onn cam-palb'u. Tho t'ollowinK list shows Uio amounts paid In Southern Alberta: Thobnrn Allan, $1,817; Jas. U. Suthorland, $1,C03; 13. Taylor, ' V. McQueen, \V. M. Coi\uacber, IT. A. IloWard, Wm; (^ousfiis, A. McTeor, William Ardorn, R. B. Welllvor, 150,5 each. ' Corluin amounts wera set down for the clmlrman, Mr. William Toola, the vlcochairnian, G. U. Manioch, and thu publicity miinuBor, Hoberi .1. C. Stead, as well as R. D. Adams, T. A. Mornlbrook, Vlui?li Nelvln and C. I). Taprelo, momliprs of, the ojecutlve C'onnnitleo; but those gonUemen declined to accapt any renuineratloii, and Uio money wag sent back lo the MlnLiter of Flniince for the uses of tlie Uovornment,' Mr. S. ,i. Shephordi who carried out tho oiicroufl duty ot chah'inan in tho LeUibrldiio district, and all oilier ehalnnan of the district conunittees gave their sorvlcDS free. RE-SENTENCED TO HANG. San I'^ranQlacD, May � 21.-ThoTiius ,1. Moonoy will ho ro-gontoncod lu hang oil .May 28 as a cobuH ot his conviction on a first ilogrd'e ntiirdor charg* Krowlng out ot tho- prepnrertiieas day parade ' bomb oxploslo ),whi�l>. killed ten porsona and liijurk f'Mt^ othure hero -In IVIQ. Engine Room Artificers wanted for tlie Canadian Naval Service Age limit tSSO. Applicants must, hold Marine Bntfi> neers Certificate or have had experience afloat or asiiore. Pay $1.75 to $2.75 per day-free Coed and kit f nd $25.00 moothly separation under uiual coodi-tions, Vacanoiea also for SHIP CARPENTERS Wa^es $1.30 to $2.40 and leparation. Some Seamen, Stokers, Stewards and Cooks can also find employment in the Canadian Naval Service, si .ialified men cannot find ^ better way .a serve their country durinj< the war. Apply 2B Commanding Officer H. M. C.S. RAINBOW E�qulmalt, B. C. , Naval Recruiting Secretary, Industrial Bureau, MAIN STREET, WINNIPEG MAN, or Naval Recruiting Sooretary 279 Wellington St. Ottawa LEMON WINE Cold Refreshing Invigorating Lethbridge Brewing and Malting Co., Ltd. 9 9 9 A REAL PUCE AND FOR SALE 800 acres, two and one half miles from station. Best of soil. Rolling but steam plow. All fenced. 3 20 acres seeded to oats. Rental basis of Mi to tenant. 200 acre.^ in flax. liolonging to farm. 430 acres summertallow. No buiUllugB, Price and terms are right THE D, T. IRTHROr UNO CDMPANY, IIMITED PHONE 1865 LETHBRIDGE, ALBERTA 135-10 lOO Coal Miners Wanted Steady Work Apply Gait Mines Lethbridge REVIVAL MEETINGS A SERIES OF REVIVAL MEETINGS WILL BE HELD IN THE Presbyterian Church, Coalhurst Beginning Monday, May 20th AT 8:00 P,IVI, THESE SERVICES WILL BE IN CHARGE OF EVANGELIST C. M. NEVE, ASS'TD BY OTHER WORK-BRS. IT 18 EXPECTED BVANGELIST R, J. SCOTT AND WIFE, OF LOS ANGELES, CAL, WILL BE rREStNT A PART OF TH� TIME, DON'T FAIL TO HEAR THEM. HEARTY WELCOME EXTENDED TO ALL.  � , AUCTION SALE OF Horses and Cattle AT THE LETHBRIDGE SALE AND FEED BARN ---ON / AT 1.00 SHARP 8 mare� due tplfoal shortly, 4 to 8 years old, weight 110Q to 1400 lbs. Good workers. 16 Geldings, 4 to. 8 years old, weights 1100 to 1S00 lbs. Broken to work. 20 Choice Dairy Cows. Some fresh and some due to be fresh shortly. All broken to milk. 6 registered Shorthorn Bulls, 16 months to 2: years old. Also Harness and Wagons TERMS CASH J. A. SMITH, Auctlonear 39 6?360908 13306884 74 ;