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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 9, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta PACE EIGHT THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD WEDNESDAY. APRIL ERICHHSIfl BEKL1.X'.1 April Cermsi wTtroiii the Gorman viewpoint by Dr. Karl Heiffericb, (oiir.or liwiiim vice- chancellor, iu his Iwoi "pro-war his- which will bo imWis'-ied shorl- Jv. Jierr Helfferkii iv.'ors to a visit to Berlin iu July. 1S14. by T. F. Daviedofr. a prcmii'unr Hussiau bank- er, mho I cliff rich's lle-r says that he point- en out this would lead to a German mobilization and war. to which ho Jf replied: can deinobtliro ibat co blood. ts money, but il need not cost toraicr vice chaiu-oUor asserts thai he also ROI assurance' from Aus- tcr, and Count I'orlalcs, tba German ambassador Iu Kussia, tlHil uo further military measures should be adopted either side. Dr. Mmmenain. JlelHerkh coa- tinues, iras not Infomed cjnverninj these assurances, which were con- trary to that Russians werfc mobilizing on the Ger- man border. Ilerr HelHerich asserts 1 that jirior to the murder of Ihe arch- duke. Russia jrivetPly asked Germany if pae would leave iu tua lurch, whereupon Hussla would fore- sake France. This mis he added, because public opinion ten Gennau c'l'icials were convinced that a firm Klliance with -Austria Hungary esiential. lleterrinr to the yachtiugr trip made view or.iiria that a note would tw sent lo (ho in the summer er. wo the possibility of ixrsaidins Aujfiia powers routaiumg facts rearing on to moditv ber ultimatum to i-cnspiracy against Archduio the interview. AUre.l Zimraer- Ferdinand and Its connection man. then undc-r-sccrelnry for foreign [with pau-Serbian agitation, in order at'Calrs. and Helilerich suggested Ibat Austria should te given a free liaud in Serbia vith tho assurance that any ncliou she took should not disturb the balance or power in the Balkans. Daviedofi promised to take the sirj jepiion to PetrojraJ, faying that notluns definite would be done until after his arrival tlie.-i'. eicepi that "probably ivoul-J mobilize part of her army." to permit the governments to con- vince themselves of the correctness of'the facts cited iu ihe ultimatum to Serbia. M. Daviedoff, Ilel-'fericli adds, pro- mised urse the Pelrograd Koverument lo accept this; sayllis lie of the vice-chancellor says that emperor went after bc- reassured by the chancellor. When he read of the ultimatum to Serbia, tho emperor started and ifii- mediately telegraphed to Khij Gcorte, Emperor Nicholas and Emperor Fran- cis Josef ta stop a conflict. Helfferlcli declared that this attempt would have been successful, the emperor told him. "if the unfortunate had not PEACE mm mmm KARIS. April (Havas) Tho views of President Wllwu's iliUude oil FrcucU claims before 'he inraco conference put torth by ;'cerUlii Unit- ed States circles" are declared by the Matin today to ia "entirely fcuiUstU-." President Wilson, the newspaper says, Is coiiseleutlously studying the final details ot the.vroliiuiiiiiT peace. The 1'etll Parislen tomiumti iu much toe samo loue. emphatlvally denying that there are differences beiivc-en tie had at the Russian embassy to be force! into hopeful statement regarding the last tjslinls 4Ke onier for Russian mobii- Frtnth nix) L'nheJ Stales delegation, reganliuc ft'wicUl as has declared, lli-la as whole, te the1 vie.tr that It will days before the work of the ooo- will be completed fa such a thii peace maj bimoV with Germanv and her They predict dial the meet- ion in Versailles probably will take plate, within 15 or 20 days, however. According to the Journal, the plan for a butter slate at luoith of I be Ylrtifla beeu abacdoued, ihe' hanging over of Damlj to the to probaulv ttio course to be adopt- ed- Tho Matin states it Is able to say the course of the -reparations ques- tion reached by the delegations pro- vided fur complete rc-paiullou. The n, it addi. calls Cor the uuiul meeting of conmlxioa to decide upon the sum that Onnauy shall pay following It 1> beilered, liig also stalet, tliat has definite- ly chosen as teat ot the 01 (or a triumphal parade, ia Paris the Champs, Klreee has, apparently, bceu abandon ed, it says. IN WATERS WASHINGTON, Swed. !sh ministry. of Aarfcw his notified navigation Interests that Sweden taken up or dettroyed the mines mine fleldt planted durrnx A: nr Swedish territorial wafers as n pro- tection against beHisereut subma- rines. I m MADE m IN NEW YORK, Air'.1. ing on themselves the "freedom of the cHy" an unknown number of the week-end hero cracking safes on Saturday night and Sunday, obtaining 000 In loot and celt in; away all of It. according to an adtnls- by police here last nfjbi. previous conference between Serjius llussiaii foreisti minis- PADEREWSKI MASTER PIANIST AND NATION MAKER USES NUXATED IRON Obtain Renewed Energy; Power and Endurance ._.__J Profe-or 'New School ud V. bl, OF-BM Nutad Ira b The Most Valuable Tonic, Strength and Blood Builder Any Physician Gai Ifnace Jin PadercwsKoneSl the ffrcitest musical geniusei of tie iff, at a time whtn nil ua- lainr work for Poland oytrtixed tus strength and impaired his health had recourse to Noxatcd Jron to help rebuild his vcajted forces.and restore his htallu iui Mtcglh. r tke mm VSSi MHIIUNHD WANIQUNNEWM LEF1TIIAIIIN1IISI bto ..__ tiJT JccJ ycra csa _ _ _ tarn, Wilioot tired. crc Hfl airtcfth, TTtalrty w- of tp'conwt pbstjclrt or _ _ mvwsjm KK: irt or how fitr yen FOR SALE BY J. D. MIGINSOTHAM A. CO., LTD. NEW YORK. April the stories about the activities of William Moffat, former real estate "king hero, ffluch are j drifttpg into the attorney-general's of- j Sea from ncnlnrest, are j true. Moffat has J. Rufus Wallineford i backed off the boards. I Moffat disappeared from the cltr j last he had cleaned up more than in allowed frayd- i ulent Eaios ot Loug Island and Xev j Jersey real eslaio. The' XeV York i county grand jury inilicted him on several charges on Dec. .last and although detectives followed innnnf lerable trails they were never able to catch up with him. MoSat Is supposed to be in France connected vrixJi .the supply col- j umn of the Canadian array under an j assumed name. District Attorney yesterday sent a request to the British government for the and extra- j dition of Moffat. f to the information rpceiv- I cd by Mr. "Waugh, corroboralsrl by de- 1 tective's. MoETat went 10 vrnen be fled from this city. There he': announced tbaL J. PieITJoat Morgan and Andrew Carnegie had sent him j to Canada to locate sites for pro5pec-' live big cities and enornious industrial j By clercr advertising and big prom- Moft'at, according to the mfor-j1. niatloD, got bold of-a number of acres f i of prairie lard and ran big excursions i from and northu'est Canad- i ian cities and thousands of acres of land to j When the latter woke up they found they had paid their money for gov- ernment oprned property. v Sloffat. il 13 stated, exhibited pliolo- graphs ot himself, Mr. Morgan oud Mr. i Carnegie apparently studying, maps 01" western Canada. On tlie strength, of these graphs. Moffat, it is aHeged, had little f difficulty in fleecing would-be invea- i tors. j Some Facts You Should Remember When Buying Building Material This Spring! if you were going to build a shack this year (or a temporary or some sheds as temporary barn and hoghouse a cheap grade of lumber MIGHT do. Tlie. shacks sen-e your pniipose fairly well for a1 year or two but even then a grade of material would be more satisfactory in the end because it could be used 'again on some better building. A Message to the Young Men of Canada Canada needs and Women! Whatever be the task confronting the nation, in war or peacCj Canada is always in peril of failure so long as the young- people of are economically unfitted fortheir tasks. Never were opportunities so great. Thousands of good-paying positions are waiting in every field of en- deavor for men and women trained to fill offices, stores, shops, factories, mines, railroads, on the all lines of technical, commercial, and agri- cultural work. For over 26 years the International Correspondence Schools have been training Canadians. Thousands have been helped to bigger careers through the L C. S. .plan. 6500 are getting ready right now. Many of the largest employers in the- country are interested in the work of the L C. S. in Canada, and, at their request, are being informed regularly concerning the progress of I. C. S. students among their employees, You con wih raccew with the aid of the L C 5. J. F. Parker, of Winnipeg, climbed from a a month ]ob to a a year income as from carpenter to Superinten- dent of Construction for Lyall trnJ Sons, Ottawa, E.H.Monro, Chief Engi- urTEirwmMAL SCHMU iwer o! the Dominion Tex- tile Company, Windspr.ancl hundreds of Canada's forc- mostensineers.advertising managers, drsflsmen, clec- tnciansi and chemists pre- pared for promotion in spare time through I. C. S. courses. The I.C.S, can help you, no matter where you live, what hours you work, or how little.your schooling. Mark and mail the cou- pon will not obli- gate you in the least buK will give us an opportunity to show you how to pre- pare for a soccessfatcareer. COPENHAGEN, April Ger-; man national government TVill not i The pen- soviet republic or j i Bavnria, a semi Mficfal press bureau rilcsssge received litre from Berlin .declares. 11 holds that '.be soviet i oiganiration lias not conformed tile provisional conitltu'ion_ for Ger-; maov ivhich provides for represents- lives of tha state council aliall be j chosen tit a general election a'tid shall '_ i en joy "til e confidence of the people.; j Therefore the national government's 'decision is that the only legitimate i government in Bavaria la the Hoff- 1 mann Premier Hoffmann's statement to' i ihe effect thai he has n'at retired from office, but has only moved his Iiea'l-' j quarters from -Munich is accepted the national government. E' W.UCMN :L-''' We Kave the kinds of material generally used iri temporary Canadian houses and i'afrn buildings and will be very glad to figure with any, one needs it Irvis year. But we have a much larger stock of the kinds of material; that are necessary to put up x the larger, and more: carefully planned permanent buildings that are needed in Canada now and tHe kind'that we believe will be generally built this year. The selection of kinds a ad grades of lumber best suited to the various parts of home and barn building for Canada is a very important matter and to it we have'given very careful'attention for YOUR benefit. At each of the stations listed below, you will find as a result of our winter's selecting and buying, a stock of building material will give you the most possible building value for- your money. We are more particular about the quality and the right kind of material for each particular job than we are about price, BUT, buying as we do for so many yards we are able to get figures that enable us to meet any honest competition anywhere and still make 'a fair profit for ourselves. You will find it to your advantage to use our ENTIRE SERVICE from plan making to the full bill of material but whether we make your plans or not be sure to get. our price on the materialyou will need this year whether it be for a few pieces or several'car Joads. V Our managers are experienced men. Their figures will be accurate and you to judge their fairness and also the quality of the materials, Considerable hauling is being done now, More should be done so that early building may.'be1 possible, j Everything is ready at our yards for quick action. Get in and see our men at thepokj nearest you. J J it Ctfi Wriwr A_______ COODENCmK LOCAL REP.: W. DUCUID, J33 7TH ST. 1712, X3UTH OTTAWA, April report hav- t appeared in an evening paper to :he effect that the sale of war saving.i and thrift s'.traps la to be dhcontinued Qy the government, the minister of, finance has issued the foHowinf; "The war tarings movement gain- ing momentum, Ihe pales IncreasInR wfth each month. It Is, however, an experiment and, if alter a falr'trlat, It he found that the expense involved in promoting the movement on Ihe pres- ent lines out of proportion to ihe success attained, tho qiieRUon of dip- combining actlrc propaganda will then have fn any event war savings am! thrift atampa will lie on sale for public purchase during the entire correrit year and as large 'n measure of rolunteor Bopport as poss- ible will be welcome." COMPANY, mm Chas. A. Snmmtra, of WIncli Ontario, 'Hr-d al minyiej1, OPERATING BOW ISLAND, ALBERTA COUTTS, ALBERTA COALDALE, ALBERTA DIAMOND CrtY, ALBERTA ETZKOM, ALBERTA HATTOJ, SASKATCHEWAN RETAIL LUMBER YARDS IRVINE, ALBERTA LETHBRIDGE, ALBERTA MANYBERRIES, ALBERTA MILK RIVER, ALBERTA ORION, ALBERTA. ALBERTA' WINNIFRED WRENTHAM AT- RAYMOND, ALBERTA STIRLING, ALBERTA SKIFT, ALBERTA TABER, ALBERTA WAI5H, ALBERTA WARNER, ALBERTA ;