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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - April 5, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta nUDAt, APRIL 5.1018 THE s LETHBRlt)GE DAILY IIERALD Strict Regulations'Now To Combat Rioting Are Introduced by the Govt. Ottawa, Apr. Strict r�|ula-tlgna far tha euBpreaaleti of rioting have kaap adopted by tha government. The order In council ta give ttiam affoct wss road fey tha pramlar in tha house thia af-terneen. It raaltaa, in tho first ptase, tha aaaaaltlon in Quoboe to anfaraamam af tha Military tar-vied Aat And Intlmataa that tha atvlt autharttlaa mada no request far military aailatanea. it af-firm* tha lafallty of tho military Intervention whkh actually took lac*, and, far tho future, author-lava tha afflaar commanding a military dlatrlot to Intorvono with treoaa undar hie command, and to "un such faroo aa h� may deter-mlno ta aa raaaonably noooaury ta auall and suppress rioting, In-urraetten or civil disturbance and I --awnas* " - I ta raatara tha paaaa whathor or hat any raqulaltlon bo mada ort ardor given ta ouch affioar or military authority by any civil magistrate or elvll authority." *� Tha order In council gives tc tka inllttary authority extraordinary powers In case of riot, making military law supreme In any area affected by rlota, and Insurrections and venting in tha military court all powers of field court martial In dealing with persons arrested during riots In connection therewith. Such persons may be detailed by the military authorities, "notwithstanding the habeas corpus act." Liable to servloa The order m council aiso specifically provides that any male person arrested for and found guilty of participation in such Insurrection will bo liable at once to military service l( ordered to perform such service, "whether or not he be within any claaa of persons wtUab, has heeu ,aaUad oat for aerrioa byaity broclaoigtlon,' add person forfeits hts right to stem pt Ion on any grounds. Mayer Mutt Explain Quebec, Apr. J.-Tha city council will be callet upon to discuss tha recent trouhflte mre, when Mayor La-�vfgueur ttwjjajjailfr 1 to stato th� res-�a that Jrflb$eM htm from reading (fee. Wbt Msawbdn the mob w�s threatening registrar s office af the Auditorium, Annex The chief of ponce also will be called upon' to es'plaln why he did not call the reserves In keep the crowd from storming the pollen station where- three federal detectives had taken refuge. This was mada known today la a conversation with Aldarman St. Martin who openly criticised tho conduct of both the mayor and the police. Today tho funerals of two of the civilian* killed .in Monday night's riots, A. Demoule and A. Dergeron, were held. Only the. relatives of the deceased attended. ' With the arrest yesterday afternoon about 4 o'clock of :i man' whose WRIGHT'S 15-DAY NIVERSMY SALE Closes Saturday, April 6th TWO MORE DAYS to Buy Your Diamond at Sale Price Mrm Before Embargo on Diamonds /y'a comes into force. Bed Spring and Mattress SPECIALS A TWO INCH POST BRASS BED With five brass fillers. a guaranteed call spring and a combination mattress. Regular $31.76. Special Price............. $28.00 A MASSIVE 2 INCH CONTINUOUS POST BRASS BED With five H-lnch fillers, a twenty year guaranteed coll spring and a beautiful art tloklng fait mattress which is built In layers and will not lose it shape. Regular $70.75. ShcmOt Prictd at........$59.00 A SNOW WHITE ENAMEL CHILD'S ^ CRIB With drop sldas and fitted with a good ttrong link fabric spring. / . $15.50 . $&*5 Specially Priced at MattreM to fit sanU, only FOLDING CRIB, ONLY $14.00 Complete with mattress. This Is Just exactly what you want It you live In apartments or a small cottage as the crib can be folded flat and put sway when not In use. Special Price.............$14.00 COIL SPRING SPECIAL, ONLY $8.75 We have only a limited number of these guaranteed eotl springs to 4H aa* 4'.vkJoa we will sail at thta reduced price. 0* ,.../L...-:.tS.^ $8.75 ^-,--i-.-- [RON BED, SPRING AND iKAXTRESS �'A P1U alstsd white.enamel bed. and Iron or wood 'frame link fabric spring and a combination mat-traaa. ... Pritetlat $15.50 Saturday Night Specials TWENTYFIVE PAU& Or'MftmtBURG CURTAINS Regular $7SO Hp T4r, Sprntal mi . *' Par Pair BAWDEN BROS. Lethbridge's Crtalast Horn* Furnishers Hull Block Uthbridgt d> "* Monfcenl.FAp  Oes Nelges hrai lavooo  �    � [April X-The Vote WaffeVof the Hoys! Bank of Canada wan robbed of $5,�M early this Afternoon by two highwaymen who held up tha office staff consisting of the manager, It. .1. Paplnesu, and two clerks name la said to be Belnnd. but Whose Idontificsrton la unavailable, it is thought hero that one of (he ring leaders Is pnder arrest. What Is In fact known, is that yenterday afternoon a man named Beland was taken into custody-by the militia and taken iver to the rltadol. This morning nothing further could be. obtained h*d today r�r the opanlag tomorrow of the �a1i c,itn palfn Of the third liberty l.oiui l,eK-Islatlon necessary for floating' the loan Was completed yesterday Ah-ii th* boajaa accepted minor senste ,'ini "ndms)B$> ( the bill nurhorlzinR '!>.� issuanoa of additioimi luinn^ ,'innteii into third Liberty Loan bomis, bin bonds of the third loan are not run vertfble Into future issues. tome moved to forests and]' tftfch a variety cf woods ranadhwif Ought, like the rtwtos, to become expert wood carvers. The premises are obflfect but the conclusion is not wide onough. Canada hss great forest resources but. In thaaa days of full iitllisatlofc and offlclenay. It would be but poor' utilization of them for Canadians to carve our woods into more or less fancy articles when great and necessary Industries are calling loudly for materials which our forests can supply. Canadians have aeon the conclusion in another .way. They realised that a nation which possessed such great and varlod forests ought to know something about the bast methods�f handling them. Timber regulations .grew more strict, fire preventive systems were adopted, forestry schools were established, and about four years ago the Department of the Interior added a forest products laboratory to the Forestry branch. This Institution which is manned by Can-> adians has found a large field of work ' awaiting It. The strength of timbers. i one of the worshippers In the Paris church struck by a shell from the Cierman LADY WEMYSS AND ALICE, wife and diumhter of Wemyss. First Sen Lord of the Hrlti�as*tss>>ii^v^s*�^-^s"��^�^>s���^^^s*t - WOMEN'S SERGE SKIRTS 4.95 Navy or black 14.15 All wool English Serge Skirts. * WOMEN'S VOILE WAISTS 1.69 PI.10 mbrolr'ered voiles, all white. Made up In late styles. Pull range of sizes. Special at Sl.tSS. WOMEN'S HOUSE DRESSES 2.00 Full sizes and fast color Gingham and Percale stripes and cheeks. Week end price, $2.00. GIRLS' STRONG WASH DRESSES 1.75 Made from Ginghams and Beech Cloth. Well made and neatly trimmed. Sizes H to 14. Special each, 51.75. "i* """^* "**^-*s~ijy~i"'........'�**.. Den Table Covers and Centres Made from Heavy Art Linen Crash* embroldar-ed centru and fringe all round. Site 20x20, price...........90c Site 28x28, price..........$1.50 These ara raaltjr worth-double what wa ask. BdYS^ TWEED PANTS All sises in boj�'daittfgijJRllUui shade tweed pants. Good wearis* aMJaM-Spefial 1 7P Satorday ..........t..^^.......... The Simpson Co., Limited B5.C ?15205 ;