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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - April 8, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta r MS ARE THE LETTIBBIPqp DAILY HERALD KDINIHE Ottawa. Apr. S.-Wlicn thi^ tommnn* met this nftei-nomi Hon .\rtMnr M^iRii n, mtnl!r of the Interior, introdur ��d a bin to univml the YuUdii \i; ; He oipUined that Die liill i^ontains t provf;�ily i fuki-n b.v thf gOTemiiKMit to rrili' p tli nrnaiilriili'in whl"h (;iiv�rn� 'In' Vu ' kim. 1' iiaii Iwfii ii(lii-.,ni'^ti'uil hy \ file il('j>arlinent of Ihr intcriov ] T)i" III!) at�o autliori^pi) th" (tov.rn-nirnt ;i) ahni�n* uiay iiansf. r in any (-rflrcr (i| ilu- aboi , i�)i.fl I In this (i>nnp(tion ir lias hern an-,' noii'ii" il ;l)at tlit>sr \)�mil !i> the Eolil (Dnimls-iloni'v ' and i: i> utuliTstooil it is rh�' pur ' po".' ni 'li�- gnvcriinifin !'-1 �-entlv able,! n parllanifnt showoil that 111-.' Kiivrrnmoni dpcldt'd in a kuv'^ inx ii- > (innoction with the administration ('�' Viikon affairs i>f approxiniiiu-Jy Jl lii.iMio. TIk' liili ai.-Ti rrllfVPil ti'" auditor-genoral of ihp netes-'itv ol seniiinn an official to rhc Yukon "very year. In Iiitiirc liiif will ho done only wlien th� auditiir-Keneral deems it nei'-isary. lion, r. n. Cnrvell introduced u hiil to amend ihe Inland NaviRatlon Art Its purpose \f to define the rislits of people who ereniBto. out. 1?-* to give the depariinrn' the power to innove wharven when they conntiiitie an obxtriietlon to navijtatijin. Military 8�rvice Aet. Mr. Ti^hun anked u nuniher of u-n .�epi'^-l 'Itaf total eiillsttnenis diirlnp l>.'. 1 cr. I'.'IT^ were ;'''iil' No nu-ii i\-ie cr'ltred to ifpon under the sMiiimv ."��i'vii e Act urtil January .!. I'l' V.n liKt'nentH tn "Januar> Idlt t-.i,. u !>TI of whiih ila;i;' .cm- iliai''-' im � icr Ihe Miltt.irv Sei .-ici' A.' ;-;nl'-' ;i).M)t� 'during i->bruary, r.'lS. lii.l':tii t)f these ."iSS;! wer- draflel utuic; ;lie .Military Scrviie .\i t. No Diterimination Mr. Kui.^r. North Waterloo, nsk^d: in yiew of f��t that Koyernnient has lenioved Ihe iluty on f;irni nai tors and has letaiiicd the duties on 1 ertiiin necessary iniporti'd conipoii ent parts which enter into the nianu facture of tractors in Caiuiili. is it Ihe purpooe of the Kovernineni to rc-tnoye at an earlj date, the discriniinii-lioi) thus eits'liiK aitainsi ilie t'anad-ian mannfartorers by removlUK the duties upon the raw materials nhiih enter into Canadian products^' �There is no discrimination aK.ilnst the Canadian manufaciurer in ihis case." replied the niinisH'r of ." H�r�tfitary Title* \V Y Ni(kle. Kttifston. then moved that an address be pre/ented \a the Uiin; prayinit that liereafler no liereil itaiy litle.s be conferred in Canada, or any title of heMkinK in support of his motion. Mr Nickle said there were two tea-sons for hrlnifinit up the mutter at the present tlni* -lust now when tiie country was^t war. we were likely lo iiave a itreat >rop of decorations Thar was the fIrBl r-ason. The second was that with a Cnlun novernment and the leader of the oppocition not unsympa-Ihelle to the motion. It sbonld receive a fair hearing. Contfitlona Oifftrant .Mr .'^.'.'ckle stated frankly that be iiad no sympathy with titular dlsliur-tions for those in civil life He would liave preferred to make iii.s motion even broader hsd r��trletnl It Wennae he (tid not wsnl a iloMB or �o intin In the hmise t* vote sffsiaaf It herauxc they felt If WSa too brostl. It wan said that we sbonM have heredl tary titles In Canada .lierStiM they had thetn In Knitlanil Coailltlont In Knitland and i'anada are totally di(-fereni The titles In El�la1ld were S refle.tton of old feudal*da)**. The speaker said he had been in KnKland. There wa� one Ihlnx that Krated on liim. It wai� �o hear |)arlla mentary addressex bestn My lairds and C.entlemen That may be all right for Kngland bur I: Honi do for Canada." (-\p-plaiise 1 III lid days titles rontlnued the spiHker. were awarded for servla*!. Now they were useless. Krom tlie beginning of things It will lie noticed, tlioi^' who hftl money anil position got llH> benefit"* of the KliiKs preroKatlvps of granting titles. Tile title had arisen wlien .)am4a the Kirst. alwa.'s (inanrlnlly starved, wanted to realize ^omo inon�}� and so iiaci sold ii ti^ wealthy men In his rcjiliii. .Mr .\ickle declared that here ditavy titles have not (lone T�r KnKland what it w.Ts erpected they would. War Chanfad Stindard The member (or Ktiuaton itald that tiofore iiic war the pevpla of l'ans>l>i were hi'isiiiiiing to valuo a ntsn by �hat lie wa� worth, the nuQiber of au-toiiKibiie-. he own�^l. hl� wife's dinner parties and her gown�. "The war," he said, has broHRht sorrow, but thank Cod. it has 1 hanged the standard of the value of men. No longer are men valued for what they possess hut tor what thoy are. .Mr. Xickle read a despatch from overseas In.licating that the premier had been asked to prepare a list of those on whom it was Miggested titles should lie conferred.  The premier was asked." Sir Robert interpo.)>0 advanced to the allies nnd t)tn inlons, Russia ranks second with I3n � :>91,000,00t) last Heptemlier 1, and Krnnce third with l."..t529,oi)0.000 last Jnnur.ry 1. ihe United yiatcK -.v^i", fctirth and Italy fifth with f:t,S84.oou.. 000. Oermany'.s war debt reiiorfed last Iteeeniber was $24,24;l.dO�,n00 and Austria-Hungary's at the same time, $15,(>33,OttO,000, �MMSHMBMMMI^nMMMH 0M9AT0II KILLIO I>rlnce Rniiert, B. C, April S.-B. M, Smith recently appolntefl Onind Trunk faclfti!^ telegraph operator at Hmlthora was instantly killed by an eastbt>�nd fratirtit train at l>�ke Kath-lyn yMterday. The engineer got j a gllmfae of a man who seemed tn have deliberately stepped across the rails AS the freight drew , near but could not atop In time. MONDAY. APRIL 8,1918 Tiiiiovt^n�iiTTAiiiit^^ I,rfmdon, April a,-A Hetlter dlspalrlt from Moacow confinns the report re. eantir published In the Potrograd papers that the Bolahovlkl govamment. has dactded to remove tha Imperial family from Tobolsk to a fawn in the Ural Mountains. Thia action M to he taken because ot tha poaalbility of international compllcstlont la Siberia, Ymur Ufcr ii tH BMt Beauty Dtcttr A duU yalW. UfaUet skiM. er phnpln aad eraptiona, are iwia InMhm � aeaalipalhm. Bile, natttfc's awa laaativc. is gctllaa iate yawr Uaod faialead al passing �vl ol jreor ijraMm aa it should. This ia iha liaaiwsat. fai auc ceMfal aae ier W yeafs - � fdD * Proceeds of .Notes ......... 14bOil 00 Taxes .......... USn?.-.'.*. Schoo, Taxes .............. 7o.^K.i'.'.. .\o ;:; Outstanding Cheques...... it? jo Cheque Unapplied ........ IM Tiu EXPENOITUftES Paid on Notes...........$ Priming. IVistag'; and Station ery ................. .Salaries: Sec -Treas, .\uditor -Vssessor .. Total........ ----I -$34974.32 ! Klectiiiu I'jtpenses...... Couniillors Fees and .MileuKc for .Meetings Only ...... Councillors Fees and .Mileage for Supervision of Koadh.. Destruction of Pests...... l>struH 7.'. :;4i'.7:; Hi f. �J70.iij lOO.Oo 470.00 100 00 7ir.o.,-,ii SS0.77 Hi!.';-. �37.27 �i>.'ll..St> 4,'!.7l> i2;.4� 128.21 118.r>u 2.->�.74 3M.51 l.'0.71 12.00 78.t;rj ;t9.:io Dttawa. .\pril S -The Canadian lidst office departraent is in receipt of a lahlegram stating that daily, week-I> and other periodical publicati(ms may now be mailed to addresses^ in the I'nited Kingdom in bundles ;:, n Qssh on Hand...... :!> :iii Arrears of Tax17.............. jOttice Furniture and Fixtures 7�oIh and ,\Iachlnery "....., lisad snd Buildings...... AdVShcea to School UlHtrlt t� Atrears of Taxes Due Ues-itnjctlon of A'Oxious Weeds ^pher I'oi�6n on Hand ... LIABILITIES i : Outstanding Cheques......t !'7 20 ! I ncollected Educational Tax 1211. 244.10 Due School Districts on Ac- \ count of Collections ..... 20(1.42 CncoUected School Taxes. . 11,'J4S.47 ,Notes Held by Bank..... KOOO.oo Amount Due on Pay Sheets. 75.00 Ualan<'e Assets over Liabil itfes ...............12;24.�2 itiias. m 709:; IS i; 4;! Hi; ASIA MUST ALSO RESIST IHE HUN London. Apr. S -In a cablegram to the Viceroy of India, appealing to the government and the people to continue their etlorti to rest^t the Intention, now transparently clear, ot the rulers of Germany to establish tyranny over Asia, aa well as Europe, Davit'. Lloyd George, the British prime minister aaya^ "Thanks to the heroic efforts of the British armies, assisted by the allies, the enemy's attempt In the west is being checked. But If we are to prevent the menace spreading to the east and gradually engulfing the world, every lover of freedom and of law must play Uii part." :i94l.77 luoo.oo I .'iodp.oo 1100 70 22or,.H ;! 225.00 I Total .. .�:H�r.71,o.'; Total , . .�:;ofi71,o,-. MIMOllANOUM or EQtJiPMENT . ,0m Mile; one typewriter; one duplicator; aoven jjIowk; 2 snider," ^tj^h scrspars; 10 FVtijNM^' ballot boxes and office oiiuii'inetu .1 karaby caMify to tha corraetnask of this-statatpent. '9lta� at natlMai. AlharU. (Us tttb day of Jaauary. 1918. ""''iii ..V fKM^RT UABmfMB. Becretary-Treaaurer. l:d^^0':i. � � '^HMBL ai."6AUIOI�. OttMial Auditor. 12 London, April 8-In the peace dia-cusAion between the Ca)icaaian diet und Turkey, fays an Exchaage Telegraph dispatch from Moscow, the ' Turks demanded that recruiting for \ thi! Caucasian national army bo dis-continuiid. Thlis was rotuaed categorically. Orgaftlltttlon of an army In the Cuueasua is proceeding energet-i<'ttilv. young �ad M earolllng in ' great number*. ; , COMMANOB IN UKBAINI ' Kiev. April ,~riaM �afftbnl Van Klchhom, who |umi baaA (ti cpmataod of one of the OenMB aranr aw^s operating ou the Rssslan fr�at,'bas ax-rlved heri tc aasutus chf " of tua Otttiau troops t� M coaMaand THE- Gerhard HeMxman Player Pianos Gefhant HiMxmm Pianos Gerhard Heintzman Phonographs Sherlock-Manning Pianos Sherlock-Manning Player Ptanos, . Organs, etc. Plays al^ Makes of Records. -the Phonograph Built by Piano Criitsmen From Piano Genius-a NEW Phonograph Founded upon a Half Century's Musical Experience. Not lor years, perhaps, has there emerged from the music trade so striking or Important uu announcement as this of the Qerhard / lielntzmun Phonograph, ThlH new Phonograph W the Jierltage ot the natlonally-tsmed' Gerhard Holntzman piano,.It retains the same title. It I* worthy tn every way to stand oor the same pedestal. For It link* tne name once inoro with finality of actalevuuent In producing the triM^ tonal values ot music, ' It is Just such a phonograpli a* you would expect tbU lialf-century old mu*ic bouse to produce. It Is Just such a phonograph as every refined music-sens* has awaited. Mirrors \ke Supreme CharMteriitki of OmMt GreateitPitto. A Giurt Stride in PrMlucinf PhoBOfraph Tone-^ PiuoGewu! Pbjrt aU makes of reconb. NeeiUe or JoweL AD the world's sapreme moiicieni and arlisis at 70W command. Each Cabinft Hand-Canred-as Beautiful as Piano Craftsmen Can Make It Show Rooms: 414% 5th Street SoUth 1st Door North Orpheum Theatre i 7082 7718 ;