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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 2, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta WEDNESDAY, APRIL 2, 1919 THE LETHRRIDGK fJAILY HEHALD PAGK NINE. GENERAYFUILY RIOTS IN FRANKFORT Details of Nat (erest Explained April 1.--Serious riollnc' occurred Monday at FrankfortOH'the Main, accord- ins to a Central News from Amsterdam. Crowds at- tached ike police station, re- tfce prisoners and set lire to Ue building, but order was eventually restored. ONLY MEDICINE MADE RHj FRUIT EitmrtiMfy Stems lUcb f nR-Him" Hts teUmd cum GREAT why H to juccwWol la giTiaf to those suffering vilU CtfslipfKon, Tcrfid Liver, Ifdifts- CkrtHtit Hevdtuha, tmi KlMtr TntMrs, Kknmxliim, Pain in ikt Stilt, -Efrema and other Skin Affeciioos, 15, because it is the only medicine in It ii eoapotcd of the mtdieiMl prinetpleg fooad in fcpplec, with lie tocica ud oJ proTSB 'repute.' We. a boi, S lor p.50, tiie At all dealers or sent poctpaid by Fruit-a-tim limited, Ottawa. This Hqaer was turned orer to tho gov- eruwnl vendor at Calgary tor hijM- inc. Glrvin bought suit against Foriter as the representative of the (Special 19 Thp Herald) I for some When KBMON'TONV. April A. G. (kt was almost ready for trial, Drowiiins, deputy .attorney ceneral, Ml. Bromine said that it had been, this morning, contradicted before the Dj. minister, Hon. J. R. Ibe world nadtfrooi fruil public.accounts commlitoe teiUiMwr Boyle, attorney consul-1 previously given by Fred 0. Foriter, with himself and Mr. Shepherd, I former provincial license lespector a lawyer. The liquor had! that the, former had consulted hiss turned over to the Royal Bank and obtained Ills advice relative to Md out of the province to the bringing in of a car load of alcohol under the supervision of Mr. from Nat IJeJl's warehouse in Saska- the Calgary Tender, and the toon to-Bell's warehouse In Edmonton, Royal Bank. The reason lor the set- There were 35 barrels'in the shipment, tfcnient that the attorney gen- four disappeared .en route, Fonlef department considered they did look over jiine for the vendor, and rml Bare a iWi liquor not the remaining were held under sup- the particular llijuor on which Daylight Saving, has surrendered to en-ision of the Alberta provincial conrlcted in the lhe noisiest faction. IMllce until Bell shipped them out Conrt5 for hiring liquor Illegally !n In these days, it is noiee thai wins, ngain to Boirin, Wilson and Co. of jjj, It was an inferior !l is barely possible that by a tie- Montreal. Mr. Browning said in his hand of liquor not regarded as suit- rnendous effort the friends ol Day- testlroonr that Mr. Korater had talked for xendor. 'light Saving may make enough noise to him aboul the shipment of alcohol. _____ '_______1 I in the short time left to them to save He said that Forster told him some- I their Daylight and also to save th thing about having to buy some al- MAKE A NOISE LIKE country from the horrible confusion cnhol from Nat Bell but had not ask- DAYLIGHT SAVING of being one hour behind the United ed for.his advice.- Mr. Browning satd states from end to end of the border- Iie hearo. afterwffr'iU about other liquor The farmers limve distinctly stolen line. More power to the noise- comjnc v> the Bane car with al- a March ui In respect ol Day- makers of Daylight coliol for the'veudor but'thal he light Saving. None OF the very large {Times, not know that any liquor was coming classes which, benefHted by Dayligiit in for Nat Bell. Mr. Browning said Saving last year ever suspected for a vthere was no riecessfly for consulting minute that there would be any op- hhn, tliat Forster had arranged to position to the 'continuance of the Railway Principal Suffer- ers Umier System Now in Vague briug liquor into the province in hia jiyatem this summer. -We knew that name as buyer, for I he government, there bad been mild growls in agrl- but not consigned io seme one else. Improper Conduct cultural sections, but we felt sure that these were merely the results of "I .would said Mr, Browning, rural antipathy to any sort of change, "that if Mr Forsler brought In liquor, and that in -due time the farmers part of which was consigned to him would adapt res to the new and part to' somebody else, his con- state of affairs. In we were The f ar- duct PLANT For the lATftBike, give us one thinr or the other." wW a railway man this moraine, UJliloE about tho double: "VtJt till the railway commission gives its ruling, then we'll know whit'i answered another. LHeryone a decision within A day or two, and arc willing to put up with tie inconvenience in thG meantime, but one thing is certain, the people Lethbrldge do not want two times. Rural Members Object OTTAWA, April members ol parliament appeared before Sir Drayton this morning in oppos- ition to the adoption of daylight sav- ing time by railway companies. At the outaet Sir Henry observed that so far as I he board ot railway coramls- [sloners was concerned, the case yesterday was now. closed. H was al- ways open, however, to hear applica- tions that might be put ;fn on the ground that all other parties [Interested had not been represented. Two points were stated by tho rail- vay companies. Sir Henry continued. there wan that of jiuhlic safely. The railway companEes considered that f they did not conform with United States time there would be an added danger to the traYelling public in the perafton of trains. A case was cited, Sr where tho time of a .rain woufd change five times in one operation unless dayligbt saving time were adopted. Secondly, the railway companies argued that the adoption of daylight saving time was a greater convenience to the travelling public, The railway commission, Sir Henry added, had foil jurisdiction over the railways in the matter of public ser- vice. Evidence Agairut W: B; member for Simcoe South, urged that while the railway commission had iio jurisdiction over :ha general question' nf daylight sav- ing, its' ruling In regard to railway :tme wouid practically mean the adop- lion or rejection ol daylight saving in he Dominion, the railway war hoard, Mr. Boys 'admitted, had daylight say- ing before the vote was taken in the commons. "Had II been tie added, "1. should have considered the railway war hoard as acting in defiance ol the views ot the people's representatives." BOTE said that Ihe rural popu LUND SON WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALERS IN L-U-M-B-E-R LATH, SHINGLES, MOULDINGS AND LUMBER. BUILDERS'SUPPLIES OF ALL KINDS Office DMribrtac Cwwr 3H ATMM 17th St Brwek MacleW, mi fenwdL At "f ''I M-f _____ 1 g 1 1 v MMK rtvoBf MM CoitsuU Us Regarding Prices, Plans etc. 51f lation o! Canada at the last census was the srban population, The rural population was a unit against daylight saving. He thought that at least 20 per cent, ol the' balance of the population waa acainitlt. Decision Soon OTTAWA, April the conclus- ion ol the hearing today before the railway commission, daring which the railways gave reasons for justifying the change of their schedules, Judge Drayton reserved decision. He intim- ated, however, that a finding vould he given shortly. In the meantime, the railways will be permitted to continue oil now time. _ FAST TIME IN MOOSE JAW iMOOSB JAW. Sask., April tine will'be adopted in this city neit Sunday. B.W.Beatly, president the Cana- dian 'Pacific. has rent a cheque to Major Anderson, manager of The Veteran, the official organ of the G.W.V.A., to cover snbscrin'tlons for a year's, issue of this journal to'ev- erv employee of. the C P R. vho enlist ed %ith the Canadian forces for SAVE DAYLIGHT IN CAPITAL OF P. E. 1. CHARLOTTETOWN, P. E. I.. April city council last night unani- mously passed a resolution authoriz- ng daylight saving time for Charlotle- own, to go Into effect Thursday at midnight. "HELPED" COPS IN BOOZE RAID in Salt Lake City Deiert While the police were destroying _ quantity of liquor 'at 'tie station a few dayi man garbed as a soldier stepped Hi to tie garage con- ducted by C. B. Wakefield, No. 11 South State street, Salt Lake City. "Say, said the soldier, 'can-1 take a swig out of a bottle hi notwoyu see Saying which the soldier drew fortti-a pint flask and offered Mr. Wnketield a drink. Informant does not lupply data to whether' the proffer accepted, did you make the asked Wakeficid. rwlleJ the military man, "tfee police a joint I u yasslnf a few Billies'ago and jmt laturnlly raMed a little mj- wlf." "Where was Jotatt" loouired WakefleM, "I don't know's 1 era tell yon, a .utrMger wa> Uie anawer, 111 rtow down you- Wtiereupop the soldier, leading Mr. Walrerleld Id the door, pointed accuhag finger at police tan. ARREST U. 8. WASHINGTON, ll- of War Baker has approved a ef tke Brltlih military aathoriti-s In Tirlny that" (o rM tharjM treason Janwi a United cttUen and his wife, focknd ofllclaHy to have bcm "clowly awockUvl wlU tW'beads of my ta nietttiM and BrttM lav DON'T FORGET THE WEEKLY AUCTION SALE Milling ards Saturday, Apr. 5th I at 1 p.m. All young, in good condition, well broken ami carry a three days' guarantee. Any Fanner having any Hones or Cattle, or Machinery of any Description ;are at Liberty to bring them to the Yards, sale. ;