Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - April 3, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta
fliS LETTIBRIDOE DMuY IIBAAU) mtiaum in IfVlll Have Big Effect on Other State*-"Wets" (lain at Chicago Hositin. Apr ' - iMte; � ratification of the Keder.il prohibition amendment by the legitimate yesl-nlay will have a Mg effect on oilier states was expressed today hy officer- of On Coiim II for nall.mal prohibition "Tin- action of Massachusetts as ;ae first great manufacturing and snio-polltan state to authorize 11:c� amend mont," they said, inuft nave a g;v,i: irMuenco tin'.mglioiii the 1 nun'.ry and will, we bet-eve i>" Influential in deciding the action of tho group h! li cense states iieci->->:i) y to sevuie :he final result.' Gains For "Wets" Chicago. Apr. (Jesuits of 1 >wn-ship local option elections in lllinoi-yesterday shout'! rain-; tor the ant >�aI'ioii I'orcev about l.'.'i s.tioons 1-;,i>r put on: of buslne*-. according to r tnrn*� compiled today Hioomington and Hot k Island vote! out saloons None of t'ie la'uer dry towns veiled wet till Aurora and Al- ton decided to retain saloon*. Only three dry townships were returned to 1 lie �wet" column and non'c rontalned n large town. The anti-liquor forces won thirteen "w�t' strongholds. In Wisconsin Milwaukee. Win. Apr. In the contest between tho wet and dry forces of Wisconsin In yesterday's election, the dry* today appear to iiavo made prime bead'vay. Nino cities and towns. including Superior, \shland, Hflolt. which were not voted dry; three towns which were dry voted wet. l-'ourteen citi"* Jhd towns which permitted the Male of liquor did j not chcuKe and nlae dry places re nialned so fteturns 1 hi* morning on the senatorial election show titnt Irvine Lent-oof. liepnlilican. maintained his lead over Davics, Democrat. With fifteen counties missing and tn.iny others; incomplete. Lentmit had a plurality of /,iore than ln.~.'o. Tlic re-election o' Mayor Moan. So-callst of Milwaukee, was conceded. GERMAN iABOHIHfi CLASS FOR PEACE New York. N. Y.. April .-The German laboring class it for peace he can. cavalrymen WSnatfjjSpecific- IIoutJ, (ilnriouH Achievements of the Mounted Men are Ke warded With D. C. M. --- TMK - Ne?*r�Failatf Renwdy for Appendicitis Indigestion, Stomach Disorder*, Appendicitis and Kidney Stones ate often canaed bv Gall Stones, asd mislead people until those bed attacks of Call Stone Colic appear. Not one in ten Gall Stone Snffcrers knows what is the trouble. Marian's Specific will cure without pain or operation. Buy from JACKSON ft CO. LETHBRIDGE, ALT. . IsMOwmmesT. Toronto otrr. London. Ap'il �: -Striking achieve-' menls of I'anndlai! c; v;- !i.-men are r-vealed in the confining of the distinguished conduit medal: ] Sercl. .1. A. 1'i'Ri.is. galloped through rho n.-my's I !�.�: His horse was tdio; but hi- coliei ! iiH oth>-r d'smountcd n.eP. and del, nil- .1 the position til: aft 'r dark when a si|u:tdron joined iiiiu arl hr.r.'.i.ht th- party iark. S r;t S. (00U. Linht Horse, when attacr.i 1 to a motor machine trim.' " fo'tnil li-"s pint htrieil hy shell Wr and / most of the crew casualties o;t;:uiiie(l a salva^.. party, due up the ^nn an.l , took it 10 a v.i w position. I'rivaie W. A Morrall. volunteered' to entry a message liacl: �Ii�t hi: led. killed lour and drove off the r�* I ', mninder. 1 ' Corpo- >1 A. O. S'.vaiihy. entered a i concrete n> Sotiiiilet. durlas the dlaensston of n Socialist meeting, requesting that the rei.hstag exeirtee Its right ami demand the release from Imprisonment during the relrhfltag ResaVjO of Deputy Wilhelm DHUbann. a Social ist. Deputy Dlttreann waa arreated for his netivitlea in connection With the recent strike In Berlin aid other pacta of Oennuny The Junmiry strike. Deputy llert odd declared was Caused by the des-lur of tl'.e woiklhgnten that there would be no early peace, the labor 1 lass hnviug gained the impression from the Hrent I.ltovsk negotiations that t^ie annexationists controlled the government's policies. During the s.iike lie adiled. the newspapers Of the working class had been gagged and repre. entatives of the worklngoien hail been thrown into prisen whenever they wore not s,-;>t to the trenches. Deputy llerzfeld was frequently ailed to order by the vice-president. Dr. I'aasi he. who at the outset declared he could not permit a discussion of the political reasons for the arrest. ,,f Deputy Dlttmtin. Hugo Hnase. Socialist, protested against limitation of the debate. Haying the disc'.is-.ioii would be only a farce and would not correspond to the dignity of the reichstag. Tile t>:chsiag decided that it had no rislit to interfere In the Dlttmann uf-falr and the Socialist motion was defeated over the votes of the Socialists, Danes and Poles. lenroot elected CONSTANT PAH . AFTER EATING TiNTiflmofOyspifili tomM by "Frelt-Mlm" St. MAeriK'ft, X.D. "For two years, I snfi'cred torture* from .Vtrrv /)?.ff>sij. I bad constant pains after eating; pains down the sides and back ; and 11 orribio hitler �tu:V often came tip in my mouth! 1 tried doctors, but iliey did not help me. lint as soon ,n I 5tnrted taking '/�>�//-� /i.-(.�', I began to improve* -nn. At all dealers or sent postpaid by l'rtiit-avtivcs Limit" I, Ottawa, =.___-__.- --�-:--------^L-.^z WEDNESDAY APRILS, 1918 FIGURED IN ELECTION (Rperlnl to the tlerald) Rdmonton. Apr. X-The Qerman school* In the Stony Plain constituency ,w�re a factor In the last provincial election according to a statement made in the legislature last night by Hon. ,1. R Boyle, minister of education. The minister Informed the house that following the cloelng of a school In which much Herman and religion was taught, on the ground of IneKloiency. a deputation of clergymen who waited upon the department campaigned the constituency against the government candidate. These people, the minister declared, knew the law, ami knew tho regulations hut wanted to have the'r own policy carried out. When the Liberal candidate and the department refused, they took the field for the opposition as according to them "Tflis w#s the time to have the question settled." Mr. Boyle challenged the member for Stony Plain to tell what he told the deputation when they saw him, if he gave them the same answer as the government candidate. Mr. Lundy replied that his Informs tioa waa that thufe was no complaint about they regulations or the requirements. Objewtloh wan taken to the way the school waa closed. He was told, heboid the house, that the chler tnspeftof* after visiting the school, had expteaeed himself satisfied, hat that nofwithstaftwtag this the school waa cloaed tho nest week. rXOOPO IN QOtttC Quebec, Apr. 3 - Ab lea Jam on th� Chaudlere RJver at VMlaflMd Junction, Benuce t^eunty, faaterdur caused a sadden rise In the water af that rlv� er and Beaucevllle and it. Georges art) tinder water. No loaa of life li reported, but all the house* on the wa* ter front are antfajt^araict^r^^_^ THt IBS* WltMOUT A �>((") SCRVC MEWta AM B01TLI0�V *colo ihf Utniiiioci BritmNa * Mauini Co Im LlTHmtOU. AniftTA. of service act) "Just What You Have Been Awaiting" Supporters of Govt. Come To Agreement in Caucus For Strict Enforcement ilwaukee. April :!. -Belated returns j from yesterday's election confirm the; v!�tor� I TBE UNIVERSAL CAR Ranabou' .... $575 Touring - - - Coupe ..... Sedan..... Chassis..... One-Ton Track F.O.B.' FORD, ONT. S9S 770 970 535 750 price of wheat Winntpsg, Apr. 3.-According to the Free Press evening bulletin there is a general opinion that the fixed price for wheat will not be changed for the 191S crop either in Canada or in the United States. The present fixed price for wheat is $2-21 a bushel for No. 1 Northern wheat, f.o.b. ' Fort William, Ont. It is said here that the feeling in official circles in Canada and the United States is that the present price la fair and sufficiently high to obtain the desired ends, the Free Press says. There Is a bill before the United State* congress which aims te fix the price for the 1918 crop at $2.80 a bushel, but it is not considered, likely that this bill will be allowed to become law. Ford Garage, Dealers -A. P. Vtfele, Dealer Z. N. Skouton, Dealer - Lethbridge - Warner - Raymond expect austrian attack on italy London, Apr. 3.-"Thar* are indications that an Austrian attack on Italy is in preparation and w* shall not be surprised If It develops before long," said MaJ*r-Q*n-oral F. B. Maurice, chief director of military epsrationa at the war . office, in his wsekly talk today. The Moline Universal Trdctor Has the greatest amount of draw bar power lor the least amount of wa|M and fuel consumption af any Tract-. ior made. It is all Tractor and a On* vMan Tractor. H \ made In th* largest Tractor Paatary In th* world and guaranteed to pull 2 plowa in breaking) hy Th* Moline Ptew Co., who ar* the oldest Implement manufacturers In America. W. Keith Bel Agent * 1212 Sixth Avenaa a�t^ CATTLE FOR SALE Knight-Watson Ranching Company, Limited, offer for sale one of the largest and best herds of Hereford Cattle in Canada, consisting of Cows and Calves, two-year-old Steers and Heifers, yearling Steers and Heifers, also a number of good Hereford Bulls These cattle are all one straight mark and brand, Owing to the sale of part of our lease we are compelled to dispose of these cattle this year 0 Parties interested in part or all of these cattle will kindly address us at ' Box 713, Lethbridge Knight-WatsonRanchingCompany HiH Block y.