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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - April 2, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE EIGHT THE LF.THBRIDGE DAJLY HERALD TUESDAY, APRIL % 1918 No Better Salt in the World Quebec. April 2.- The question of morning doctor.*, residing in the vie-; when called upon tV do so. The cer-what disposition was to be made of inily o? tho rioting last night reported Hfieute was sent for mid was produc-tho 02 men arrested by the military to the police fifteen cases of wound-! e rinjinal, they were present at an illegal sath- TflE CANADIAN SALT CO. LIMITED code and the clause relating to riot- ering atid thus run the chance of ar-ing. they gtiouid bo .dealt with under rest. the ordinary provisions of the law. I Need Amendment Toronto, April 2.-In connection with the Quebec riots and their cause the Star says: "The Military Service Act will have to be so amended as to procure more rapid results in Quebec. There are too many appeals, too much delay and the fair and equitable enforcement of the law everywhere in Canada is necessary. This row in Quebec was started because of actions of the Dominion police in connection with the draft and the same procedure that pave offense that will he forthcoming tomorrow, wheu it will be presented to this house. In the meantime, vvith that reserve. 1 am giving the facts so fnr They are afraid, however, that if the ! men came up before a jury, svmpathy ' for them would he so great that they would all be acquitted. The military ; feel that an example should be mads of those participating; in unlawful assemblies. The introduction of martial ; 3cw and the trial of the men by a niili- \ tary court, was the alternative to the civil method, but as General Lessard hart arranged that the soldiers here were to act as auxiliaries of the police the first method was preferred if it 1 would secure the ends of the law. This ; Crown Syrup in "Perfect Seal" Quart Jars Holds 3 � . . lbs. syrup ./i J / -when empty use for preserves. CROWNBRAND I^CORNJISYEOP -the pure, wholesome table syrup, with the delightful flavor.; Alio sold in 2, 5, 10 tad 30 pound tin^-�t all jrocera. Write for free Cook Book. m cunt stmcr co. Lmno, MONTREAL. It as they have conie to the attention of the government. "Subsequently it seems that a number of men pursued ten or twelve Dominion officers engaged in th^ enforcement of the -Military Service Act. j The officers took refuge in one of the ! police- stations of the city. Evidently ; those who were making the attack ! forced their way in and some of the i officers suffered very serious injuries ! from the bundling to which they were subjected by those assaulting them." "It would appear so far as the government has information at the pres I ent time that the disturbances might there has been used riKht along" iit To-11'.a"' heen put down without much dif-ronto and Winnipeg. Halifax and Vancouver." In order to assist the military to keep the streets clear and to keep people indoors and out of danger from wild shots all concerts and meetings Vlolance Bad Argument Montreal, April 2.-Le Canada, di|-cussing the Quebec riots, says: "We can repeat after the religious and military authorities that violence is always u bad argument and that agitation often rebounds to those who seek profit by it. The Ottawa govern-nient~on its side and the military/authorities should recognize that the arbitrary and indiscrete conduct of the agents have been responsible, if it does not Justify, such scenes. A greater discretion in the enforcement of the law will surely prevent a repetition of the regrettable scenes. Once more we appeal to the civil population to avoid all disorders." if proper efforts had been f ieult y made. Organized Attack. "On the following evening an attack apparently organized in advance was made on the registry office which con-1 scheduled for tonight have been can- j tains the records in connection with � celled. j the act. According." to information  The military have posted the proc-1 which has reached the government it i lamations warning people of their would not have been difficult ut that j liability if they attend gatherings offstage even to have prevented what fan illegal character in all the prom-1 subsequently took place. Again 1 re-i inent parts of the city. I peat, according to �he information ! Today was still foggy and the pro.'- j which thus far has come,to us. no ade- E TAXES 1 pects were that weather favoring the I operations of the snipers would pre-i vail tonight. Casualties An official list of casualties in the i ; fighting last night follows: Civilian' i dead. 4; wounded, civilians. 15; sold- j |iers 5. | ! Coroner Jolieoeur will /open toruor- i i row an inquest into the cases of the j ! men killed last night. j "i A number of St. Roch merchants to- qnate or reasonable effort was made to prevent a disturbance. Accordingly, the building was ransacked and I believe it was set on fire but fortunately all the important letters came through without serious damage. They happened to be in a room other than that to which the crowd gained entrance and where apparently the crowd thought the records were kept. Consequently, very little loss of records had occurred. Then, on that ev-!dav received letters signed'"The As-'"ling or the following evening other | sociation of Libertv." warning them j unfortunate incidents took place, i their stores were in the danger zone ' Newspaper offices were attacked and ' and instructing them to take the goods I wrecked and attempts were made to odt of their windows. . j secure arras." Continuing. Sir Robert said that on ! Saturday the developments, at Que- Food Will Win the War Serve your country and yourscl* by raising FOOD on the fertile plaihs of Western Canada. The . Canadian Pacific Railway makes it easy for you to begin. Lands fll to $30 an acre; i rrigated land tip to $50; 20 years to pay. Loan to assist setUers-oni rriga ted land*. Get full pertieuUrs and free illustrated literature from AUM CAMEKM, talUfl C.*.R.La* 905 lit at. Cast. CALGARY Borden's Statement Ottawa, April 2.-Sir Robert Borden made a statement in the house of commons this afternoon^ on the rioting iu Quebec. He said:  "The incidents commenced on Thursday evening last. It appears that a young main named Mercier had been asked by the Dominion police en-| gaged in the enforcement of the Mili-I tary Service Act for his certificate I which he did not have with him. He was taken into custody until the certificate could be produced. As a mat; ter of fact under the provision of sec: tion 1"> of tho Military Service Act it was his duty to produce the certificate D. D. D. The Liquid Wash for Skin Disease We hare witnessed such remarkable cures *ith this soothing wash of oils that we offer you a bottle on the guarantee that unless it does the same for you, It costs you not a cent.-J. D. Hlginboth'am & Co., druggists, Leth-brtdge.-Advertiseme .tn Scotch Canadian DANCE Wednesday. April 3rd IN ST. MARY'S HALL, NORTH LETHBRIDGE FUNDS FOR HARRY LAUDER'S HOME FOR WOUNDED SOLDIERS. SIR ALEXANDER GALT CHAPTER 1.0. D.E. ANNUAL SPRING TAG DAY Sat, April 27th IN SUPPORT OF THE PATRIOTIC WORK OF THE CHAPTER Tha nemuers of the Chapter are hoping for the interest and assistance oj the public, as har; been so generously accorded in the past. bee were such that it. was deemed de sirable to increase the garrison. On Saturday and Sunday 1,000 additional troops were sent to the. city and placed under the command of General Lessard. These troops were sent from certain points in Ontario and other parts of Canada. They were soldiers who hud been in training for some time. 4. The most serious developments were those that occurred last night and which resulted in loss of life. Four people had been killed, a considerable number wounded and. according to the latest reports, sixty peopla kad been taken into custody, Acted With Restraint "The troops," said Sir Robert, "so far as'we can judge, acted with restraint and moderation. The troops had been pelted with bricks and stones and fired upon. Eventually the fire was returned." Commenting on these .occurrences, Sir Robert said that it >vas the duty of the Federal Government to see that the Military Service Act is enforced.. It has been enforced, he said, with impartiality, fairness, consideration and firmness by the government in all parts of the. Dominion. The Dominion government would continue to do this in the future and .see that Federal officers are adequately protected if local officers and authorities fail to give them the protection to which they are entitled. Force Them to Serve Sir Robert then made the Important j announcement that with this end in view a number of amendments to the Military Service Act would be introduced, one of these amendments would provide that persons who engaged in active or forcible resistance., to this act shall be forthwith enrolled without regard to their class or exemptions which may have been granted to them, subject only to the consideration that they are of military age. Sir Wilfrid's Remarks Sir Wilfrid expressed the desire to make a few remarks, more particularly in view of the circumstance that trouble had occurred in a constituency which he had had the honor of repre-j senting in parliament for forty years. He said he would agree at once with tiie statement made by the premier | that the law is to be observed. That j statement would apply even to those j who do not believe in it. In \*'iew j of the fact that the statement made I by the premier was but a preliminary statement, he would defer most of his comment until a full statement had , been made tf� the house. Ho desired ( to observe, however, that the luw might be enforced in such a way as to provoke public sentiment. If enforced with proper regard for the people, lie said, there would be no ser-iou.s trouble in connection with its enforcement. Sir Robert Borden said he would be glad to have any suggestions along these lines that, the leader of the opposition might like to make. "Here, here," remarked Sir Wilfrid. Sir Wilfrid's statement having been greeted with an interruption by a government supporter, he remarked: "I will make my words good at the proper time." Sir Robert Borden stated that the incident wbicli had caused the trouble in Quebec had occurred hundreds of times in other pi�.ces. Sir Wilfrid repeated his belief that tho act had not Ueen judiciously eh-, forced iu Quebec city. 1 Legislature Passes Special Form of Taxation For Northern City Edmonton. April 2.-Pinal approval was given the bill amending the Edmonton city charier Tuesday morning by the municipal law committee of the legislature after the exemption limits for the proposed income tax had been revised from $500 to $500 in the �ase of single men and from $1000 to $1200 in the case of the married. This amendraenr wast the result of .a compromise. Alexander Ross, Calgary, had moved-that the limits bo $1000 and $1500. when Hon. G. P. Smith made the motion which was carried on a vote by 10 to G. The business tax proposals were adopted as in the bill. They ranged from 25 per cent, in the case of railway telegraph and telephone companies and theatres to 6 per cent, in the case of manufacturers, mine operators and hotel keepers. It is understood that the Edmonton bill will be taken as a basis for" the amendment of other city charters in regard to new taxation proposals. The public accounts committee of the legislature on Tuesday" morning again took up the affairs' of the La-combe and Blindman Valley railway company and IT. Warner, the engineer who is in charge' of the operation of the road now for the provincial government, were under examination by A. F. Ewiug on behalf of the opposition. Mr. Warner was asked what he thought of the possibility of the road paying if it were extended to cover the mileage covered by the provincial guarantee, but objection was raised that the inquiry could, only result in an expression of opinion and the question was disallowed by Jan. McNaughton, Bow Valley, chairman. C, V. Xewsonie,' deputy provincial treasurer, was also examined as to what payment had been made and he informed the committee that he'lrail, in every instance satisfied himself 'that there was statutory authority for a payment before he sanctioned it. Thousands Have Been Training At Fort Worth, Return to Canada New York, N.V., Apr. 2.-An Associated Presa despatch from Fort 'Worth, Texan, today says: "The British Royal Plying Corps, commanded by Brig.-Gcineral Hoaro of Irftan jungle campaign fame, which has been training here since October, soon will be starting back to Toronto. Tho training will be resumed in Canada. / "tho British, thousands strong, came to Fort Wortli and shared tho throe American fields here at the Invitation of the American government. It was a return courtesy for the British invitation last summer to the Americans to train in Canada. Among the first arrivals at the American aviation training fields was Lord Wcllesley, grandson of the Duke of Wellington, and now a lieutenant colonel. Lord WeHealcy will head the first contingent that loaves for Canada. "The British will not return in one body, the movement extending over ten days. After the men in the fields have moved out the headquarters will go. With the departure the fields will be devoted to Americans." GILLETT'S LYE HAS NO EQUAJ7 It not only toNm th* wafer but doublet tit* cfMni* inp power of soap, and make* evarythlnp sanitary and wholaaoma. juwaa auaarmrraa. LAYSTEEL ONH. B. LI Yorkton, Sask., April 2.-The York-ton board of trade is today in receipt of advices from John V. Reid, M.P., for Mackenzie, that the minister of railways has definitely fpromised, that steel will be laid on the Hudson Bay Railway this season, connecting The Pas with Tidewater at Port Nelson. Steel also will be laid for a distance of approximately twenty-five miles westward from Preecevllle on the Thunder Hill Branch of the C. N. R. TAKE "CflSCARETS" IF AND CONSTIPATED 6�tt f:r Liver and Bowels, Bad Breath, Bad Colds, Sour Stomach. Get a 10-cent box. Sick headache, biliousness, coated tongue, head and nose clogged np with a cold-always trace this tt> torpid liver; delayed, fermenting food In the bowels or sour, gassy stomach. Poisonous matter clogged in the intestines, instead of being cast out of tho system is re-absorbed into the blood. When this poison reaches the delicate brain tissue it causes congestion and that dull, throbbing, sickening headache. ' Cascareta immediately cleanse the etomach, remove the sour, undigested food and foul gases, take the excess bile from the liver and carry out all the constipated waste matter  and poisons in the bowels. A Cascaret tonight will surely straighten you out by morning. They work while you sleep-a 10-cent box from your druggist means your head clear, stonatteh sweet and your liver tegniai lm �onthsw-AiiyertlivmenL, TAMPERI Washington, April 2.-Charges that German spies are interfering with gas masks intended for use in France were made in the senate today by Senator Thomas of Colorado, who declared that in one factory 2,900 out of 6,000 masks were found defective. Even /after the defective ones had been discarded a number later were found packed with those that had passed inspection, ho said. Senator Thomas declared the masks had been damaged by small perforations and asserted the work was done by persons in the factory. He said this is only a sample of the work that is being done by German agents in this country. Senator Thomas declared the United States now faced a serious situation. The German drive, he declared, has not ended. ELIMINATE COMPETITION Washington? April 2.-Creation of a requirements division whi�h will establish priority of delivery m raw and manufactured war materials was announced today by the war industries board. The division ' will eliminate competition among government departments in obtaining supplies. L HAS RESIGNED (From-Our Own Cerresponflent) Leavitt, March 29.-illBU Kate Con-aboy, the assistant in our public school, is spending the Easter holidays at Calgary. Mr. Wright, the principal of our �pihbllc school, has resigned his position and wll! discontinue his duties here on March 21. Bishop W. �. Smith has returned from his visit to Ottawa where he went in the Interests of the sheep men of this district. He had an interview with the minister of the interior ro the Blood Indian reserve grazing privileges. Mr. Jabez Williams has purchased a new Ford this spring, as also has Mr. Willanl Sorensen. The special class of the Leavltt school presented tho third drama of the season Inst night. The first was "My Brother's Keeper,' then they played "Captain Raehett" and last night, "MrB. Tubbs of Shanty Town.'' These were all presented by scholars of the Leavltt school and the proceeds were taken for tho benefit of the Lea-vitt Brass Band. The last play succeeded in putting tho band entirely out. of debt, having paid the balance of the $450 for their instruments, and j leaves them a nice little sum in the treasury. Besides the price of the instruments the band has purchased $20 worth of, music and spent the same amount Tor music- stands. .Good Friday was "Primary Day" in Keavitt. Every child in, Lcaviit brought his eggs and a nice lunch to the Ward meeting house at keavitt at 11 a.m. The whole day was spent in games and luncheon was served to all in the riieeting house. In the afternoon they attended a matinee given for their benefit by the Special Dramatic Club, entitled "Mrs. Tubbs." Certainly this was "Good" Friday to the children of Leavitt. Mrs. Frank presented "Uncle Frank" with a fine baby girl last Monday. WEATHER STILL COLO | Winnipeg, Apr. 2.-The weather re* mains cold on the prairies, but rains and snow have almost ceased at all points. There has been a slight enow*' fall In tho last twenty-four hours in several district! of Alberta and Saskatchewan. Prospects are for dry cool weather for a few days, favorable for drying out the ground, but too cold In some places to permit of the resumption of seeding operations. At all points on the prairies there have been from 10 to 20 degrees of frost hi the last twrntr-tour hours. In the Kdmonton and ^ethbrldge districts (he temperature dropped to within a few degree* of zero. LOOtE FOR OVERSEAS) Toronto, Apr. 2,-Mnjor General W. A. Logie leaves today for Ottawa and later for overseas, and he relinquished his command of the Toronto military district which command ho has held since January 1, 1915. His place as general officer commanding of tho district will be taken by Colonel H. C. Bickford, who has been the general staff officer. OPENING NAVIGATION Sault Ste. Marie, Mich., Apr. 2.-If present mild weather continues there seems to be little doubt that navigation in St. Mary's River will open by April 15. WIFE'S DRESSER Warns Women Against Cutting Corns and Says They Lift Right Out. -1 � �, Because style decrees that women crowd and buckle up their tend er toes in high heel footwear they suffer from corns, then they cut and trim at these painful pests �which merely makes the corn grow hard. This suicidal habit may c;iusc lockjaw and women Bre warned to stop it. A, few drops of a drug called freczonc applied directly upon a sore corn, gives quick relief and soon the entire corn, root and all lifts out without pain. Ask the drug store man for a quarter of an ounce of freezone, which costs very little but is sufficient to remove every hard or soft corn or callus from one's feet. This drug is gummy but it dries in ;i moment and simply shrivels up the forn without- inflaming- or even irritating the surrounding tissue or skin.-Advert. � CHEER UP! WAKE UP! MUSIC CAN TALK TO YOU IN TONES YOU CANNOT FAIL TO UNDERSTAND. IT SAYS "CHEER UP!" AND YOU FEEL BETTER. IT 8AYS "WAKE UPI" AND YOUR MIND IS MORE ALERT. YOU FEEL YOURSELF CAPABLE OF GREAT THINGS. THE VICTROLA BRINGS THE GREATEST MUSIC OF THE WHOLE WORLD INTO YOUR HOME. LET US EXPLAIN HOW EASY IT IS TO OWN A VICTROLA. "THE HOME OF THE VICTROLA EVERY 5TVLE-EVERV PRICE Victrola.lX. With six double faced (12 selections) 10 inch records. Terms $10.00 cash atid SC.00 per month $94.40 r-\ Victrola VI. With six double faced (12 selections) 10 inch records. Terms $5.00 cash and $5.00 per month .. $46.90 AND THOUSANDS OF RECORDS TOR YOU TO SELECT FROM, BALMORAL DLK. FIFTH ST" TWENTY BRANCH STORES Here's' Something Which Is Most, Worthy BENEFIT DANCE UNDER AUSPICES KENTISH ASSOCIATION TO ASSIST A MAN-THE FATHER OF A LARGE FAMILY-WHO HAS BEEN ILL FOR THREE YEARS, AND WHO IS BEING SENT TO MAYO/BROS. HOSPITAL AT ROCHESTER. THE DANCE ON MONDAY, APRIL 15tk In the K. P. Hall is in Support of the ipwement. IF YOU DESIRE TO ASSIST IN A MORE SUBSTANTIAL WAY YOU WILL BRIGHTEN A HOME AND BRING CHEER TO SEVEN CHILDREN WHOSE FATHER AND BREAD WINNER HAS BEEN LAID ASIDE SO LONG. Tickets for the Dance........$1.09 Extra Ladies............... 50c INVITATIONS FROM MR. KNOWLDEN OR ANY LADY MEMBER OF THE KENTISH ASSOCIATION., ANY WHO DESIRE TO LEND SPECIAL ASSISTANCE IT WILL BE GRATEFULLY RECEIVED AND MAY BE SENT TO- MR. KNOWLDEN, THE NURSING MISSION, THE HERALD. ?410 ;