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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - April 2, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta PACE BIGHT THE LFTH&RlbGE DAILY HERALD TUESDAY, APRIL 2,1MK No Better Salt in the World Qlifbee. April ? 'I he tpiestion of wrist dlspos-itiou was to be tiiHr iii Quebec, In coiionltailon with tlii> l.-iw of.'lres of the city this rooming The imlllary were auklous tlu.t as Oilmen were arrested unaer th. . ri'-.jlnal corie anil the clause relsllnr to riot ing. they  liouiti W dealt with under tli* ordinary provision* of the law Thcv arc Mfraid. Imwevi-r, ,f the men in run up before a j'ir>. s-. tnpat'iy for them would lip so great ihat they would all be acquitted Tin* military find that hii fimiip).- should l)*- mads of those tmrfic-lpati!i(t m unlawful -�tnhtle� Toe introduction of martial ]cw ami tin- trial of the m�n by a ruiii lary court was the alternative to thn pursued ten or twelve Ho- a; TRS CANAOIAH SALT CO. LIMfTtB \v)-:i the yuehei riots and their cauae tin- Star nays- 'The Military Ser vice Act will have to be so amended �!� to procure more '-aiild results ;-i Quebec The:.' are too many i-ep-a's. too much i!-lay ati-l th� fair and equitable �nf>:'i 'cmcnt oi the law every-where 111 ('anai)a is ncc-ssary. Tlii--row in (^m be vin started because of actions of In-- Dominion police in the ilraft and tin-tliiit >-,n- often'0  ' s,Module 1 for tontph: have been ciin-i el'ed. The ni'iitK-v 1. ive posted the proclamations warning people of their iiuMllty -,!" they attend gatherings o.' nn iHegal character in all the prom-in at par's of th -> oi�y. Today was s-1 ill foggy and the prospects wire that weather favoring the opern'am* of tl.e snipers v\otihl pr---u!! toatght Casualties An offi"iitl |e > of I'asn^lties in the fighting la-: titKlit follows. Civilian dead. 4; woaulcci. civilian*. 1", .soi.:-ier- .'. t'oroner dolicoeur will open tomor row ati! into the cases of the men Villed las. tilght minion officers engaged in th� enforcement of the .Military Service Act. The officers took refuge in one of the police stations of (he city. Evidently those who w- r.- making the attack forced their way in and some of the offii ers suffered very serious injuries from the !> muliiig 10 which they wore Ruhjei ted hy those assaulting them." "It would appear so far us tho gov-ernmint has infortiiatloii nl the pres ent time that (he disturbance* might have been put down without much dlf-fciilty if p-oper efforts hml been made Organised Attack. "(In the following evening an attack apparency organized in advance was ' made on the registry offlee which con 1 tains the records In connection with the ait. Aooriiing* to infornmtion whi. h lias reached the government it would not have been difficult sit that stage even to have prevented what subsequently took place. Again 1 re-iieat. according to Die information which thus far has come to us. no adequate or reasonable effort was made to prevent a disturbance. Accordingly, the Imlding was ransacked and 1 hi lieve it was sot on fire but fortunately all the important letters came throuth without serious damage. They happ-'ned to be in a room other than tha' to which the crowd guined entrance and where apparently the crowd thought the records were kept Consequently, very little loss of ree- Violmce Bad Argument Montreal, April I. wef� aat aan�Ho the eJaene* Iflff aa�ver of eaea, antf maaee ovarytMnt eenttefy antf * |,n V � ..... LEAVIH PRINCIPAL by the municipal law committee of 1 curded a number later were found the legislature after the exemption ] packed with those that had passed inspection, he said. -1 A number of St. Rocfc merchants to i oid-> had occurred. Then, on that ev- ; and ' o'Jt Food Will Win the War Serve your ooup.try and yourself by raising FOOD on the fertile plato of Western Canada. The Canadian Pacific Rc.Kvay make? it easy for you to begin. Lands 911 to |30 an acre; irrigated land up to $50; 20 yean to pay. Loan to s�ButsetUer�ooimg*ted lands. Get full utrttsuiari and free illustrated literature from ftURttlKWlaa'lftat CrMUs* SCt 1(t at. Caat. CALCkARV day received letters signed 'The Association of Liberty." warning ihem their stores were in the danger zone id instrui ting them tu take the goods of their windows Borden's Statement Ottawa. April 2 - -Sir Kobe.-t Hor 1 df>n made a statement In tin- house 01 commons this afternoon on the riot-l ing in Quebec. He said: I "The incidents commenced on � Thursday evening last. It appears I that a younR man named Mcrcier had j been asked by the llominion police engaged in the enforcement of the Military Service Act for his certificate which he did not have with him. He wa.� taken into custody until the cer-, ; if bate could be produced As a mat � ter of fact under the provision of sec-j tlon 1.*. of the Military Service Act it was his duty to produce the certificate D. D. D. Tie kianid Wash for Skin Disease We have witnessed �u. h remarkable cures with this soothing wash of oils that we offer you a bottle on the guar antee that unless it does the same for yov. It cofts you not a cent.-J. 1). Hlginbotham 4- Co.. druggists, Leth-brldge.-Advertlseme .tn Scotch Canadian DANCE Wednesday. April 3rd IN ST. MARY'S HALL, NORTH LETHBR1DGE FUNDS FOR HARRY LAUDER'* HOMC FOR WOUNDED SOU Dl ERS. limits for the proposed income tax had been revised from $a'>i� to $�ort In the �ase of single men and from $1000 to $1200 in the case of the married. This uniendmcnF wan the result of .n compromise. Alexander Ross, Calgary, had moved that the limits bo )lt>00 and $15*0. when Hon. 0. P. Smith made the motion which was carried on a vote by 10 to 6. The business tax proposals were I adopted as in the hill. They ranged I from 2r> 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 tnkeu as a basis for the amendment of other city charters in regard tn new taxation proposals. The public accounts committer of the legislature on Tuesday riorning again took up the affairs of tin- La-; combe and Bllnilman Valley railway company and II. Warner, the engineer who is in charge of the operation of the road now for the provincial government were under examination by A. F. hwlug on behalf of the opposi-: tion. Mr. Warner was asked what j lie thought of th.-- possibility of the , rosd paying if it were extended to cover the mileage covered by the provincial guarantee, hut objection was raised that the irniulry could only result in an expression of opinion and  he question was disallowed by Jas. I McNaughtnn. Bow Valley, chairman, j C. V. Vowsome,' deputy provincial treasurer, was alsn examined as to what payment had been made and he i informed the committee that he h&d > in every instance satisfied himself partiality, fairness. con.dderatTdn" ami j 'that l,iere *�s "atutory authority for firmness" by the government In all! a �>a>menl "ef,)re he ���>�ioned it. parts of the Dominion. The Dominion i-iiing or the following evening other unfortunate incidents tool; place i Newspaper offices were attacked and 1 wrecked and attempts were made to : secure arms " ' Continuing, fir Hubert said that on 1 Saturday the developments, at Que- lit-e v�>re sinh that it was deemed dt-; siraltle lo increase the garrison. On i Saturday and Sunday 1.11(10 additional I troops were sent to the city and plac-| id under the command of General ' l.ossard. These troops were sent from , e-rtain points in Ontario and other pans of Canada. They were soldier-; I who h..!', be�n in training for some I time 0 ; The mil;st serious developments j were those that occurred last night I .md which resulted in losi of life. Pour people had been killed, a considerable number wounded and. according to the latest reports, sixty people hmu been taken into custody. Acted With Restraint "The troops," said Sir Robert, "no I far as we can Judge, acted with re j straint and moderation The tmolts j had been peitr,i with bricks and siones and fired upon. Eventually the fire was i-turned'' Commenting 0:1 these .occurrences. Hir Holier- said that it was the duty of the Federal Government (o aec that the Military btfivicc Act is enforced. 1 It has been enforced, he said, with itn Senator Thomas declared the masks bad been damaged by small perforations and asserted tho work was done by persons in the factory. He said this is only a sample of the work that is being done by Herman agents in this country. Senator Thomas declared the I'nlfed States now faced a serious situation. The (Jerman drive, he declared, has not ended. ELIMINATE COMPETITION Washington: April 2.-Creation of a requirements division which will establish priority of delivery in raw and manufactured war materials was announced today by the war Industries board. The division * will eliminate competition among government departments in obtaining supplies. (From Our Own CerrespondMiO T^avitt, Maith !!>.-Miss Kate Con-aboy, the assistant In our public school, is spending the Faster holidays at. calgary. Mr. Wright, the principal of our public school, has resigned his position and will discontinue his duties hern on March ill. llishop W. 0. Smith has returned from his visit to Ottawa where he went In the Interests of the sheep men of tills district. He had an inter view with the minister of the Interior ro the Hlood Indian reserve grating privileges. Mr. .label Wlllinms has purchased a new Fowl this spring, as also has Mr. Wlllanl Sorcnsen. The special clnss of the [ duced, one of these amendments would provide that ilersons who engagod in active or forcible resistance., to this  act shall be forthwith enrolled without j i regard to their class >r exemptions 1 which may have been granted to them, subject only to the coiisideruUon that: they in ii of military age. I Sir Wilfrid's Remarks j Sir Wilfrid expressed the desire to make a few remarks, moro particular-1 ly in view of tho t'lrcnmstahce that j trouble hud occurred in a constituency i whi'h he bad had the honor of repre-I sen; ing in parliament for forty years. He said he v,-�uld agree at once with the statement made by the premier , that the law is to be observed. Thu.t i 'statement would apply even to those J j who do not believe in It. In view j i of Hie fact that the statement made i | by the premier was but a preliminary e glad lo have any suggestions along ; these lines that the leuiler of the opposition might like to make.  lice, here," remarked Sir Wilfrid. Sir V/ilfrld'H statement having been greeted with �n Interruption by a government supporter, he remarked: "I will make my words good at the proper time." Si/ Kobcit Borden stated that the incident which had caused the trouble in guebee had occurred hundreds of timi-e, in other pkfCM. Sir Wilfrid repeated bis belief that the act had not tteen judiciously enforced iu yuebec city I LAY STEEL ON H. B. 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 SAYS "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 MOStt or TM� VICTWIA tvtRY sme-evwv wict AND THOUSANDS Of StCOSDS fO* YOU TO SUCST not* f-S Victrola VI. With six double faced t IS selections) 10 inch records. Terms $5.00 cirdi and ?.">.no per month .. $46.90 Victrola. IX. With six double faced (12 selections) 10 inch records. Terma lio.oo cash utn! JC.00 per month $94.40 Yorliton, Sank.. April 2.-The York-ton board of trade is today In receipt of advices from John V. Ueid, M.P., for Mackenzie, that the minister of railways has definitely -promised that steel will be laid on the Hudson Hay Railway this season, connecting The Pas with Tidewater at Port Nelson. Steel also will be laid for n distance of approximately twenty-five miles westward from i'roecevllle on the Thunder Hill Hranch of tho (I. X. It. BALMORAL BLK. FIFTH ST TWENTY BRANCH STORES JD CONSTIPATED Bstt f-.r LiviT an� Sowsls, %** Breath, Bad Colds, Seur Stomas*, i Get a lOcent box. 1 Sick headache. titUousness, coated tongue, head and nose clogged up with a cold-always trace this VB torpid liver: delayed, fermenting food In the bowels or sour, gassy stomach. Poisonous matter clogged in the intestines, instead of being cast out ot the system is reabsorbed Into thtt blood. When this imlson reaches tha delicate brain tissue. It causes congestion nnil that dull, throbbing, sickening headache. Cascarets I mined lately cleans* the stomach, remove tho sour, undigested food and foul gases, take tha excess bile from tho liver and carry out all the constipated waste matter and poisons in the bowels. A Cascaret tonight will surely straighten you out hy morning. They work while you sleep-a 10-cent bos from your druggist ntaans your head clear, utoatfeh sweet and your liver facviv far auiitQ*H^44T*rtli**ie*W 0 Here's Something Which Is Most Worthy of Yomr Support BENEFIT DANCE UNDER AUSPICES KENTISH ASSOCIATION TO AS8I8T A MAN-THE FATHER OF A LARGE FAMILY-WHO HAS SEEN ILL FOR THREE YEARS, AND WHO IS BEING SENT TO MAY97 BROS. HOSPITAL AT ROCHESTER. THE DA NCR ON MONDAY, APRIL 15tri In the K. P. Hall u in Support of the ipwement. IF YOU DESIRE TO ASSIST IN A MORE SUBSTANTIAL WAY VOU WILL BRIGHTEN A HOME AND BRING CHEER TO 8EVEN CHILDREN WHOSE FATHER AND BREAD WINNER HAS BEEN LAID ASIDE SO LONG. Tickets for the Dance........$1.00 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 ANO MAY BE SENT TO- MR. KNOWLDEN, THE NURSING MISSION, THE HERALD. 2710 18476475 ;