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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - April 9, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta TrKSDAY, APIUL n. 1018 TitH t.vrummnv p\ir.v ;irn\T,n n.\(,i sr.VEM Charge That Soft Bullets Used In Que. Riots Denied Qunbor. April fl.'lliv All)y ' 111" Nunit' vftfci an a dumbdunib hul 1(1. hrcaUHd II IliP.ti Inioiins MOfltr. I�iv Murola niiiilniilnK biw fiMtmiony h.iid In ilu> t'UM' of KdiMiaril Tr. iiihlay. If ir�uld not KWi'Or lliat IIh' wdiiihI-i i iiUHltlK bin dratli bud iinl Ihtii iiiad*" | rm liy an I'XliloHlve IimIW'I. \1o >>al'l 'i;r ; viib-ably rd�"i tbooliii*; till tli riot ait w.i 11 ad 'i'bi' a't wuh rt'ad bv an offni i No Soft Bulleta (Srncral l,l^'^^lrd lust wcok ordoriMl an inqillrv into Or. .Muroln' allesa i.mils. Th" t^i'iii'ml oxplnlned to ili ;>-ir>'al from Monii. Thai flKbtlnK mill wia on thr right flank of tho Kriiiih iiriii> d'iriiiK the liarratsliic. rot IrciiH'Tii id till' army botoro sui b odhi of lirman :ioliilor.4. lliat inoxi of ili" linio tip- Iiiard.-i \.ori' fi�btiii(f roijr Kiiard in KiiKoaiPliIs in ordor io -lavo iIh- ro*;* lit I 111' army Irom onilrn difiat (lui �, atl.*-" dill' of ihoMi' flKlii 1 ih" mil cii!! of tho (litdrd!* tiroiiKhl innwoir. Irum Im" iiion out of inori! tliaii i i tioiMainl lli.it I.Hil KOiio llilo ai'lloti. 'I'liU'o I nil ^ llr liai hi'oti rtiiiinili'il ilii'i' tr.'i'-: ir,il�l oiii i� and iiai Ir'i'li disrliavri'l irmii I'lr ^or\ir.i .i-i .iiifii for linih' : in'iv duty iivrr tliiriy hoy fiuin ii* ro I ., liiriii'il within tin- l.i^t fi" mnitli mid iiiiiro arc i'x|ii'clod. nt tho rlty liiidi'i- martial ' 'I'ljc >'( tiiiis of tlio rioting w.'io all I'rosHod liy .lliryinoii to -iiiy .alu-the:' williiii .....' liiiiuliid yards of t'lo .old- they woro PrPnob or l';nirliHti who ad- ii i-* aiid wiio doiilitlosfi struck in thli vined bini, tho gom ral ^aid ho could , .vtiy. nald tlo' �;( iioral. i MOIST rnoM Feont 1'aoii for Kerry, said: �You coino acro.^s and try to tiiko 11.1 ' Another Nationalist oxrlainioil: It U a derhiratlon of war ai;ain^l Ireland." Mr. Lloyd (ieorKo said hp ropudiat-| i mops al od the dUpKeHtlon tliiit tlio lirili.sli ' |i was forces had hppu dfesipatod liy siibKi-jtUo piosidoiu s offff as i!io diary military pnlorpi i.-os. Had it i iniK'it very well ho tho iloiisi\o not been for the l^'ronch and l!iili.~li troops sent to Italy, tho .Aintrian army would havo lien fror for a cor tain front. Strict Combing Out ^ It was till" govoriMiicnts piupuae, ; the premier continued, lo havo a Rtriit combing oiil of tlio essential in-: dUBtripH. .Men liad boon recruited j from the munitions and mining Indus- ! tries and a further .'.(�,iimi would be i neceasary from the latter. Transport I and civil service would be called op on for more men. 'I'lio ut^'t for mill lary service would be ral?od to r.(i and In certain specified i asos might bo increased lo ti.'i. The premier said the cabinet had taken every stoj) to huiry reinforce-iiientn. The number of guns and prt-ftmiers taken had been exaRKoraiod pronely by ilie llerinun!.. The ministry of munitionB, the premier added, had been able to replace the guns and there were suh.staiiflal reserves left The cabinet was confident tiip army would be eipial to the next encounter. j Recall Cough | Mr. Lloyd C.eorKo s.aid the cubinol i liad decided to roi..;; (;,.aeral CoiikIi, who was in command of the fiftn army against which the Cernian.^ made their principal gains. Tntil all the circumstances of his retiri'iiioir "wore known, however. It would bo unfair to censure him. Troops Quickly Handled No army was ever before transfer ted across tho channel as quickly as were the troops sent to relieve the BitiiatJon, tho premier uEseried. He referred to the appolnltneut of General Koch to supreme command of the allied strategy and said It was the moat Important decision which had been taken regarding the coming battlo. The premier said tho fighting atrength of IIiq Americans would be hrought to be�r Immediately although It W88 imposBlble to put Into I-'rance at the moment the number of trained Americans as {i .separate army that liad been expected. The Americans would be brigaded with alliefl troops. Campaign Againat Turks Uefv'rring to the Turkish campaign )Joyd George said two Turliisb arm les had been deslroye.d in Palestine and Mesopotamia, (iemian battalions had beon sent to help Ibo Turks I'aiosiino. tlii'iohy rclievinK the west , ern front Till' pinnii'f said the fight iiiiRlit coiiiiiiiio for seven or eiglit months Kor ilio llritish army and navy, ho st.itod tiliiiost six million nmu had bpoii raiii'd already. , Determination of America The Ihsiio of the Kri'ut iiatllo well iiiii.'ht bo ilotori?iini:d, .Mr Lloyd (Joorso d"c ;ared. by the dramatic in-lervciitioli of rroslilont Wllsiin and , his action In pluclns the Atiierican; the disposal of the allien. iinpoHsiblc to overe-t Iniate battle �strilfi- gle of tho war. He added tiiat the Coniian at lac I' iiad stirred up iuo rosouition and ilotornilnatlon of Am orlia lioyond aiiytliing that had yet lioca hcaril. .\lf. Lloyd Ceorgp told the .Nationalists that conscription and self-Kov-erniiient w.iiild not go togeilior, but that e.ich iiiiiHi. hi', taken on its merits, Wanta More Time After tho premier had delivered his aikliohs, former Premier .\sciuith said that if. us lie holieved, the gravest hour which over menaced the Kmpire was now confronlliiK it, there was no sacrifice parliament Was not jirepared to iiiako. He appeiiled to tho prom-jor to �ivo a little more time for coij siclciatiou Of thf bin. MERELY TO GAIN L .Moiitroul, I'' ' tlie Women ' i iti.i 1(11/ farlton (toi/ ii'inooti on Ibo \.ii tivtiv anionK 'lo � in Ilio cuii-.o (if ', liiHi'op of Yolk -.1 prolili ni. "War alwii' > im ti'i donying ii, li" iii.i' ill); of t io' so,\ f llo ad.lod lli.ii i l.iii'l and iii'kIiI \ tis'ns-,-il i \\!ll;iitii Lucas. iirivato banker, ,\iaikiialo, liroMiei- of lion I H Liicnu. iiuiiiioy Kitii'ial of dniari", is dead .-. !l wools. Ill thi" ' 'ililo ' '11,11 till-i;.'-'loil is ni.lll" i hi" i :i �; olii n i''(- sli'i'i' I have fi-e ' .ii-,' s '1 .Am �-: , .111 iiia::',eti Insf'-Kcl e: '" in . j-hip Ii'il In iiiii'T import ii'^iilai loiis whirji .. the I iiil'd rslHtos coV'irniion' ,i[i o.iiidti 1,1 pijrcha''- .'til iiiiicoir"! . 1 i ' 11' a J l:.o(l ;irlie IJei i"-"' . ! a:; ,1 �;;;i',.ionl s f'l'.a rilin.; '.\ h.I -'lijpiiic nts u.-;,' i.iki'ii tip \�. 11 h \V:i nire,:' r> --iti.t- tmir .i^o, hit* no cie t it.i''' c 111' � ,011 � h IVO been IO,l. le.i \-' � t � iii' 'i t rciic -elf..... lilOlll^h I Ir -li.  :i-i.l ii.;' ' ....."1.1 1" nil v ! 1 11 � t' � Ci ,: " 'll'l no' :1 of pillilli If II 'I " atocl ' I.. .iveil B 1 J Moscci'v. .\pr ^ lily ;ii" \ -;'i,'�' Oil I'lessi 4ii'iiiMn .1 .i^tan.'' oV .!'� t;ovei iiiiiOiit fori OS in finlainl i- 1 ill of a plan lo k.iiii ''itilrol of iioiiio ra Utissia and rut liie interior of l-;uiii-peai! Knssia ofl fmm the Arctb' and Baltic, This is the view of the Pin-nlsh Kltuation of Oscar Tokiii. foriner lireinier of I'inlanil .iiid a rominl-sion or for tlio l-'iniiisii lohol govi : nmotit, .\l. Tokoi has made tiio fol;owic^; .itatoineiit to tho Associated l'ro�^: "('�erniany la rapidly invest iiiK l"ii; land and plans 10 lake control tlui'. Jii-;t as In the Lkraiiie, tiiid then ir..i\c with tlio White rluanls uiion Hilssiii s northern ports, thus iiittinK Kus'm off from the Aiillr ali'l the llaH'.-. Thirty (loniiaii vai-liiiis. transports and supply shilis pan ii ipatoil in thi moveiiu'ui on llango on .April and about Il'.HiM. troops, some cavalry a;id inot'ir transports weie landed. "Till' (Jortnaiis am jiiovliig toward Holsingfiirs and th" It.'d (iiiaril,s are putlitiy lip a stiililiorii resistance witli inferior force* Abo and HjoriieberK are now under Gcriiian control and White -,r.', . :: proiec' the railw.iv lur in mill' til a iimat i'l" . . .�, 1 1 ' polii n the 1 mr In." � S\ Tolioi added 1:11 ' 1;. 1 luan: liad reached a coiiiiil.'" ij;;,|c st.'ni iii^ Willi the While Ciiai.l^ l!i , .�lit White Giiards ac'ioti ; in .Vurtliern l-"inland, ho said, hul "iiihitier.'.l the Norwigiaiis niui I,.; en i 1 lie S'.v"i\e, who fear t.iat tlie Wlr.;.' I'limid wili invade their torrlioty. G.H. Legler AUCTIONEER nanton. liook your alberta �alls wilii W. H, PAWSON, 11 Stafford Block Lccnbridge, Alberta fJIMoline Universal Tractor shows up strong in demonstration. Pulls two 14 inch breaker bottoms in toughest of sod. Depth of plowing makes no difference. lie 'll. . 1,1 111" MollTle 'Irai tor ill til" il'iiion"Iratioii on FERNIETOPRAIRIES (i^pi-ol.il to th^ IIi-ri.ld> Fornie, Apr. 7,-Not all the Imnii-grants that are arriving in .Mbert.i. are coming across the Albcrtu line on the Muiith. Burlng Kebniary and March, there has been passed through the Inlted States consulate here, settlerg' effects, | this way. Strain through a fine cloth household goods and personal prop- the juice of two fresh lemons into a erty to the value of >13",837.40, The bottle containing about three ounces inovemont from Montana, Idaho, Wash- "f orciiard white, then shake well and inton. Oregon and f'allfornla aet in ' yu have u whole ijuarter pint of about the middle of Ferbruary. and i complexion lotion at about �'� ;�-*".';� vv-fr* ;; Lemons Beautify! | Make Quarter Pint | of Lotion, Cheap I ^4>��4��������>.Mi����.�c|i���� ^ What girl or woman hann't heard j of lemon Juice to remove complexion blemishes: to bleach (lie skin and to bring out tho roues, the freshness and the hlddt 11 beauty? Ibit lemon juico alone is acid, therefore irrilutlng, and should bo mixed with orchard white the pioneer motor machine co. REPAIRS For automobiles, engines, machinery, BLACKSMITHING Mclaughlin and Chevrolet cars fairbanks-morse lines AT COALDALE S.iliirclav cam" m a rovoliit'on to Ih" sill 1 i,i!cirs, id" e.iM' it ran 'i.i.v with lho two U-inch breaker I'Oi loins on tough gumbo sn�l. on stoTiv ami lillly groiinil was simply astonlshlnp. 'Yes.' tsaiil tlio IWinoi.s export i "aiicl In llir. o v.'nr:; . v.Ty gas tractor iiiado will lie on th.' linos of Tli" Molino, they simply have to come to it and that's nil " "I sre now." said one of tho oldest farmers In flio Lofhbrldgo district, "where this Tractor gets Its reserve power you havo been advor .isiiig so iniicb. if is iiiiifo aiipar out." Tho Mollii" Knginc Is possibly one of the finest iiiado. The Moline Tractor Is in a class Ijy itsel'. The price beats all other makes, no exception. It Is entirely ti one man outfit for iliiider find all work. Nothing on the markot can equal it. Plows hitiiiod til Tractor saves P'.wnr. Operator lias tho pU-.vs .it his tout, can see his work No useless dead weight-size and weight don't count. No siiial) wheels (which are use lessi to push in front. Moline Plow Co., with Ilii.OOii.oOO papllaj fully paid up say: "We ab-8olut� aro not only well equipped j for their work of homebuilding. but possp.ssing that most essentl"! factor, experience In the work of farm bulld- I ing aud atock raising. One shipment ] of nine cows, goli|| to Cowley, was valued ut a little over two tbou;:nud I dollars, and I here are many shipmetita of registered horses, coming from Oregon and Idaho, aa well as tiom WMHbiagton. A few of these Immigrants came from California, aud were bound for the dlHtrlrt north and east of Calgary, some going as far as Hanna. These jiouple report times as being good on the other side of the International Boundary, hut they inanlteft u desire to reach u country where tbey can ac-(|ulTo more room at less expense than Is required In the Northwesteru 'Stntes. While these people are coming across the line in such numbers it is curious to note that people from Mexico are coming north lo Idaho. A press report recently told of the arrival ut l^aw l^mdred Meslcans in Boutbern Idaho, where they Intend to labor In the sugar beet Industry. Can ada, however, Mn took upon ibeito ex changes with equablmlty. feeling certain that Uncle 8am does not always get the he It of the bargain in bis deal-inga with his neighbors. Returned �al^ Among tM rManitatf soMlers coming back to Punt; Vtf4 Oiarkson. an oldtinio Kemteite, arrived yesterday. i>Xlar au absence uf three neurs and Any druggist will supply three ounces of orcliurd white at very little cost end the groeei* has the lemons.- Notice to Engine Owners! THE IMPERIAL OIL Ltd. Will be pleated to quote prices oo the best grades of GASOLINE, COAL OIL, LUBRICATING OILS AND GREASES phone 535 1720 second ave. s 52 STATIONS �N SOUTHERN ALBERTA HAVING PURCHASKO ALL THE ELDRIDQE RANCH CO. HORSES WE HAVE 30 Head Extra Good Percheron Marei All broke. That can bo seen at BONNELL'S BARN, I.ETH-BRIDGE. We also have AO head of good range mares. Moat all in foal but not all broken that can be sold at tho right price. Abo 2S Good Yearlinfs All halter broke and have been stabled all winter and are in extra good condition. Would like to sell beforu they have to be ttmud out. Bonnell & Luckey Livery �nd read Barn Lethbridge FARM LABOR 5 The Provincial Department of Agriculture Has Opened a BUREAU in the Board of Trade Offices LETHBRIDGE To secure and distribute (arm bbor. Farmers wishing to secure help should apply immediately to MR. J. A. WEIR, who has charge of this free service. Phone 1603 Government Bonds We offer all maturities of Victory Loan at 98^/^ aiuJ acciued interest. Free from Taxes. Bonds may be rc^isleretl as to Principal. We can also supply you with Provincial and Municipal Bonds. The British Canadian Trust Co. EXECUTOR, ADMINISTRATOR. ASSIGNEE, ETC HEAD OFFICE, 31B FIFTH SThEET 8. LETHBRIDGE, ALBERTA ^ NEXT WEEK WE WIU. UNLOAD TWO CARS OF Emmerson Power-Lift Engine Plows Owing to Scarcity it WiQ Be Necessary to Order Early THE SUPERIOR SUPPLY CO. CORNER SECOND AVE. AND THIRTEENTH ST. S. REGISTERED CLYDESDALE STALUONS FOR SALE HIAWATHA-17233. Foaled 24th May, 1914. Winner two firat priiaa and two diplomaa 1917. Sire, Nethsrplace (Imp.) 1SS3S. Dam, Kste MacQreger, 7998. LORD HARRY 2NO-10716. Foalad 24th June, 1908. Slpa, Lard Oak-burn (imp.), 7371. Dam, Baroneaa Romeo (lm)i), 14834. Apply: TAYLOR MILUNG CO. LETHBRIDGE AUCTION SALE AT THE UTHBRIDGE SALE AND FEED BARN THURSDAY, APRIL llth AT 1.00 O'CLOCK SHARP STALUONS 1. Kreiuh draft stallion, Lafayette, 22659. Black, eight yeara old. a sure toal getter. About 1800 Iba. 1 (Mydo Htallloii, Dunurp-OoUl (18865). Born June 15th, llll Whdo (acp und white legs. About 1700 Iba. 1 Grade stallion, brown colur. :t years old, about 1600 Iba.. and broke to work und a suro foal getter. 1 Uradt* Clyde �tulllon, 4 yearH, about 1700 lbs., sure foal getter :iHd brok�' to work. I grade Percheron stallion, about 1800 lbs., 6 yeara old and a sure foal getter. 1 Htandurd Bred Stallion. Rusaell Wlldmont, No. 57606, 7 yeara old. a Huro foal Retter, and broke to harneaa. 1 Standard Bred Stallion, 7 yeara old and haa appeared a ford, aired by Pioton, imported. 10. 1 Registered Hereford Bull. 3 years old. ALSO WAGON, DRAYS AND HARNESS. TERMS OF SALI: Halt cash, the baUnce payable November Ike rimt, mis. With eight per cent, on alt credit anuNinta, or (Iva Vi-r cent, o'f for caah on credit a�iounta. EVERYTHINQ WILL SOCO, NO RBSiaVI. AS THE ^RO* PRICTOR HAS SOLD OUT HIS fUSINtSS. J. A. Smith, AudiMMMr \ ;