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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 25, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta MAY THE UTHftntDGE DAILY PAGE SEVEN Sir Edward Kemp Will Be Chairman and General Tur ner Chief of Staff May Canadian As sociated Preiis learns authoritatively that It has boon decided to create a Canadian overseas mllfTary General Turner haa censed to lie gen oral officer command ingtlio Camul inn forces In the British on ap pointment of the general of overscan militia forces OH Hitherlo tliRre bun linen ti head quarters of ho Canadian forces In the British under General Turner as general officer commanding and this headquarters haa also supervised the administration of corlafn Canad ian forces In tho field exclusive of the Canadian There is tho Canadian corps under Gen eral The conirolling factor over all those Is tho Caniutian repre sented In London by a member of the Canaditiu Sir Edward HA INSURANCE your crops against In strong Compan sufficiently able to pay 100 per in case complete Quick and risk placed from date of No farmer con afford to carry his own owing to high cost of putting crop and high price of all Will insure for per acre and RELIABLE COMPANIES REPRESENTED The Weschcster Fire Insurance of New York The Rochester Underwriters of The Canada Security Assurance of Alberta SEE ME BEFORE INSURING ELSEWHERE MABEE AGENT Hull Block Lcthbridge Adjoining the Bank of Nova who overseas minister Is responsible for the administration of all Canadian both In Eng and Military operations of course como Imperial Douglas More The new overseas military council of It is expected will ensure more complete coordination In tho administration of all parts of the Can adian Its members are the overseas minister as the deputy vice ehalrmatt chief of the general first military member al6 the adjutant quartermaster and ac countant The director of medical services and the chief pay master will bo associate General as already be comes chief of the general staff in place of his The Canadian Associated Press fur tHcr understands that is expected this new council will of great as sistance to the minister as it will in sure adequate consideration and facil itate the dispatch of questions of im Uniformity of policy will be maintained through records which will be kept by means of minutes of tho Major rington is secretary of the which has already heM Its first meet New Council It will be that Sir Edward Kemp as minister will be chairman and the deputy minister vicechair Since WalterDow returned to Canada the duties of deputy minister overseas have tfeon discharged by Major but as ho Is now appointed secroary of the neyj coun cil it is considered likely that a now deputy minister will arrive from Can The composition of the council will bo Sir Kemp vacantf first military General Turner General Timelier Gen eral with Surgeon General 1 Foster and Chief Paymaster Koss as j assistant grain through does commence to One tVMg the farmers are thankful Is while there has been no greM amount of moisture during the the pre vailing windd from tho north so that dvery drop of moisture has The only thing they fear is a series of warm winds from the M June brings it usual amount of warm rain It Is felt that the crop will come along in good condi The frosti have already had tho effect of maklHg some fields arid late sown grain is not making mxtoh The next three weeks will most anxious time of the crop be the OF ALLIED FORCES GREATLY DM ENEMY With thrfnrltlsh Armies in May figures given stating that oho thousand tons vof bombs had been dropped since the German offensive began two months have been Increased largely and many more hostile machines have iKen ndrled to the total of one thous and machines reported as having crashed or having been down out of The datflHge dono to the chlorine works in Mannheim during hist Tues days raid lifts ficeit verified fur A subsequent raid established the fact that the two lingo fires which started hi the works gutted the v Unusual Aerial battles have been numerous and some of them have been mark ed by unusual There for a British lieutenant May who continued to fight after one of i civic strike Is For he first time his wings had been shot Me in three and a half days n slreot car still lives to tell the story ofhow he I appeared on Main Street n and came down back of his own lines tho service is expected to ho In full after all the canvas had been torn operation within a few The from the frame of his I telephone operator and linemen This happened on May Tho turn work tomorrow and the var with a captain In another I ions industries affected by the strike piano attacked seven German mai will be running again on Monday The captain fired thirty It IB more than three weeks rounds at one enemy plane but was since the electricians in the employ of attacked from above and his the water works men and chine wet Me dived and suei health and teamsters al struck for higher and the dis Uoth Sides Make Concessions and Workers Return To Their Jobs pule eventually involved nearly fitjtial was started today to review tho I The court martial Is formed prin findings of a recent courf martini clpnlly of military officers from East which deprived Colonel Gray of his 1 ern Canada and Is presided over by General MeDoiignll of teen thousand including fire street oar telephone opera1 railway Stationary engineers and besides call ing forth numerous votes of sympathy from otner unions not directly Involv with tho expressed readiness of thousands of workers to strike In sym When Senator act ing with David as mediators on behalf of the Federal government announced last night that he had per suaded the strikers and the city coun cil each to make concessions which made a settlement of the dispute poss tho worst strikeIn Winnipegs history was The formalities necessary to the conclusion of the agreement which has been drawn up between the council and workers still have to he carried but the strikers aro going back to Employers involved in the strike were all watted upon this morningand asked tosign an agreement that all strikers would he reinstated in their It is un derstood that these demands have been while the men have been In formed that workers taken espec ially in public utilities will Be retain ed as permanent help where the heads departments decide that thla Is ad VERY CHILLY ceedod In extinguishing though closely pursued by an enemy who was shooting The lieut enant in the meantime dived at an other enemy machine but his right wing He was attacked Imme diately by another hostile plane and forced to with his machine gun gradually breaking to While he was driving he observed the pre dicament of the who was be ing followed down by a Tho lieutenant managed to turn his ma chine and dive on the enemys op whom he drove off with a burat machine gun REDUCE COAL May reduction of ten cents a ton in Government fix ed prices for bituminous coal was an nounced last night by the fuel ad under which the rail ways will pay a fixed price for coal and abandon the practice of giving preferential car service to mines fur nishing railroad A COURT May therequest of Colotiel formerly acting adjutant general of Military District a district court mar DO YOU KNOV0 THAT GENERAL SUPPLIES LIMIT C A A R HAVE SOLD MORE MOLINE WHEEL TRACTORS IN TWO MONTHS THAN WERE EVER SOLD BY ANYONE ANY WHERE IN CAN IN TWICE THE LENGTH OF TKIE FIRST YEAR OF INTRO DUCTION shivered llirougHoiit Victoria end as a result of the cold weather very few people attend ed the various sports and amusej mcnts arranged for the In the to cap the the mercury dropped to four below the cold waVo from the north was accompanied a fall of snow during the Tho sports arranged by the Ixth bridge Minors Local 574 were tho most pretentious holiday attempt and there was a fair attendance at Adams where the program was especially for the i A couple of picnics were the Canada Agency go ing to Laftes Herald staff to the river The golfers braved the cold weather 7and clozana them were on the course for the Ewert Cup competi i j The which was arrangejl a moments notice ou totake the place of the was j called of owinc to thq cold land tho which was to have i played at tho fair gave an afternoon concert in Gait Gardens Quite number of Lethbridge people were In Calgary luring the day attending the musical Tender Grain Has Been Killed Back Twice By the Frost SERVICE STATION HENRYTDENN Proprietor All Makes of Batteries Charged and Repaired 311 7th Street Phone 618 WHAT THEY STAND May Berlin and Roumanian Con servative party stands for the ex of estates and the divid ing of land among Pre mier Marmhiloman said yesterday in a speech opening the campaign prior to the general ThTe party favors a free responsible press and the election of a new parliament that must ratify tjje pace treaty between Roumania and the Central Powers before considering international re I HAVE A NUMBER OF Registered Shorthorn BULLS One and two years For Sale at the Rogers Sale Barn Third Street South DYGERT The long continued spell of backward spring weather is causing the farmers m many parts of the south some and the fact that it haa been accompanied by frost on or three different oc casions la not adding optimism to their night four degrees of frost tind while the cold was accompanied by snow in some parts of the south as a rule It continued That the frost is doing some harm is admitted by the though they cannot tell aa yet what the out come may The tender grain has jeen killed back a couple of and while this has resulted in hotter rooting and better will also probably meanthat more preci pitation will be needed to carry the Service and Satisfaction in Automobile Repairing and Having the Goods is placing us ahead in the garage employ only first class with years of exper ience on all makes of who with our guarantee of satisfaction assure you ofperfect Drop in and look over our stock of before the price Dunlop and Mar in all both fabrics and cords also our complete line of STANDARD GARAGE VELIE DISTRIBUTORS FOR THIRD TIRE REPAIR STATION PROPRIETOR 305 8IXTH We have opened a new and uptodate Tire Repair Station equipped with the latest machinery and are now in a position tp do all kinds of Tire We would appreciate your All work y r We make a specialty of Retreading and r Lethbridge Tire Repair Station SERVICE THAT SATISFIES Coal ft REAL PLACE AND FOR SALE 800 two and one half miles from Best of Rolling but steam All 120 acres seeded to Rental basis of to 200 acres Jn Belonging to 430 acres No Price and terms are right x THE UTHBOP UNO UNITED PHONE 1865 ALBERTA L Steady Work Apply Gait Mines Lethbridge librm A v NAVY CUT BEAUTIFULLY COOL AND SWEET SMOKING 11 111 mm i n mm i IJJLJLUJI mm i i mm 111 til mm iM 11 mm ;