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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - April 10, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta � PAGE EIGHT THfc LETHBHI1H5E DAILY HF.BALP WEDNESDAY, APRIL 10. II While A Ship Sails The Seas, We Will Not Take A German Peace-Ll-Geocge London, April -JO- Lloyd-George i wo shall not accent it German pence, in his commons speech said: "The | Rut if the battle is won. us I believe proposals which 1 ;im submitting to tion, "this country already baa been desperately upset, and it would be a fatal mistake, surpassing Ui� worst blunder of the last four year* to furnish a telling plea for tidsperatc courses by an attempt to enforce conscription." -v The Bishops attending the miser ing included some who hare supported recruiting and the government's attitude ill the war. the house and to which I :>.sk ;he house to give first reading. I hope it will be possible to Bet through the house this week. Time presses? every day and it is a mutter of importance. "We regret having to propose such jits might, extremely drastic recommendations j "But on the other hand tlii it will be. the doom of rrussianism is i sealed. The enemy has attacked at the height of his strength. We have, been deserted by one powerful ally and another and more powerful ally i is not ready to put forth one-tenth of; which will injure so many trades, but. having regard to the emergency. 1 say that no government could accept the responsibility of less. "If by any chance or mischance this colossal battle went against us, I do not say the war would be over any more than it \vas when Great Britain TORI IS INTRODUCED IN THE LI AS battle must eihatist the German reserves The enemy's last, call must be thrown in before this battle is over and Am-proposing erica is now only putting in the first  instalment of her First call. "If we wish to avoid a war lasting for years this' battle must tie won and to wfi! it we must be ready to throw-in all our reserves). The man we pro fought against another attempt at, pose taking today may well be the military domination when Napoleon j means of winning the decision of the had the continent at his mercy. j war and with these measures aud with j ----- "As long as we have a ship afloat (the promise of America wc have no : (special to the Herald) ......= i fea|' of the ultimate issue. I Edmonton. April W.-A general mor- We shall pass through many flue- " only to those members of the Can-; first bill of the kind, in February, those of London are divided as to the I adian or imperial forces who are on 1917. At that time he had hoped that existency of enforcing conscription in (active service either with the army or il would never be necessary to intro-Ireland. They say the necessity of; the navy or women engaged in various maintaining troops there might offset; war capacities. I The militia, home guards and any,' forces used inside of Canada will lj� and the present is a moment when the excluded from the operation of this j greatest effort of ihe nation is vequir-legislation. j cd. He said that it second reading was passed, he would, in committee, make a full statement in regard to events connected with the war and that subsequently Major General Mewburn would also give details ot the operations of the Militia depart- i "Every one in Ireland knows what! ^L,","'^"'^ --------� ( ment. The members of the house the result will be. The only support-! fJ^L^?'winhi? wouM then be eivea an oppoHwUt^ jers in Ireland of forcible conscription I "H/v^r-, be launch-'to ask questions or make suggestions ! of Irishmen for the war are those who * victoria. , ["which could be considered by the gov want to see Ireland reduced to a wel- any gain which would bejierived > Govt. Has Gone Mad. I Dublin. April 10.-"The government j has gone mad," says the Freeman's j Journal in commenting upon the pro- j - " j possl to eMend conscription to Ire- .Tc.ueD i inmruen jland. "Lloyd George, the .quondam Van'T^Srll^O-Thewooden Boer champion announced the dec.s- gteanler War c^,b0o was launched ion yesterday to carry the war toto|here ,,,, alternoon. Thursday morn-! llelano- ing the War Comox is to be launched duce a measure in support pf the war calling for so large an expenditure, but the struggle had been prolonged i ter of confusion, in order that their ert and British Columbia to the present Karl and the late Karl's two THE NcveriFailing Remedy for idicitis Indigestion, Stomach Disorders, Appendicitis and Kidney Stones are often mused by Gall Stones, and mislead people until those bad attacks of Gall Stone Colic appear. Not .one in ten Gall Stone Sufferers knows what is | .the trouble. Marlatt's Specific will cure without pain or operation. Buy from JACKSON & CO. LETHBRIDGE, ALTA. J.W. MARLATTcvflO SB! ONTARIO ST, TORONTO OftT. MURESCO FOR KALSOMINING A big shipment of Muresco has just arrived and we can supply all those requiring old tints. A nice lot of burlap has also arrived. Wellington Bros. THE DECORATORS Sherlock Bldg. 7th Street 8. STORE For Rent 612 THIRD AVE. 8. LETHBRIDGE Reasonable Rent RIGHT IN THE HEART OF THE, BEST BUSINESS DISTRICT. APPLY TO A. SOUTHARD 2711 Seventh ot. W. Calgary, NAIberta. EARL GREY'S ESTATE i own reactionary views may prevail." I , London. Apr 10.-The late Earl ! Should Not Raise Age Gre>' left nearlv �260.000. The will i London, April 10,-The Manchester j bequeathed property in Prince Rup-� Guardian considers from the premier's . 'statement a case for raising the milii-', \ �ry age in Great Britain has not been ', daughte 1 made out. Assuming that the Germans  s-^b-e , have made up their minds either to succumb or triumph as a consequence , of the present offensive the. news- � , paper says, tliat particular issue will' j be settled in one way or the other be-1 ! fore the men of forty and fifty are � | trained. | It asks whether it is wortfi while to ,' j disorganize the business of the coun- \ (try for/the sake of "5,000 or 100,000 i six months hence. ! Tnp Guardian Believes American re-' inforcemenftS will turn the balance and finds it impossible to raise the age.^ limit as a real contribution to the military problem. As for conscription in Ireland it calls rthis the gravest decls-' ion announced in . the premier':; i speech and the one with the smallest1 i attempts at justification. It continues: ( j "A great measure of self government I j has been elaborated and is about to I j be introduced. Conscription will ring ! ! its death knell before it is born. On | I the other hand the condition of Ire-; land is far worse and the need *of j healing measures is far greater. The 1 present proposal is a concession not to reason but to partisanship and prej udlce. As a military measure it will hi not merely useless but extensive-j ly Injurious. As a political measure it ^�i^aa^�i^^A^ FRANK WADDINGTON WILL SELL BY PUBLIC AUCTION A QUANTITY OF 8UPERIOR HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE And effects including: Set of solid oak dining chairs; mission style round extending dining table in mission: 3-piece mahogany parlor suite, upholstered in sllk^apestry; combination chiffonier and wardrobe, fitted with sliding zalrror in quarter cut oak; white enamel lined GARRY REFRIGERATOR; very handsome FUMED OAK WRITING TABLE in fumed oak; walnut occasional table: quarter cut oak occasional table; 6 good oak dining chairs; adjustable easy chair; WESTERN TREASURE 4-hole cook stove; several good carpet squares; quautltyjinoleum; dresser with oval mirror; single bed complete with spring and mattress; also DINING SUITE IN FUMED OAK; and numerous smaller items. TERMS CASH PHONES 770-�� "WADDINGTON SELLS WITHOUT RESERVE" reading and the premier in committee commenced his. explanatory remarks. He submitted a memorandum outlining the war expenditures of the Dominion slneo 1914. The momoran-dnm gave the expenditure of eaVli government department. The totals were: 1M4-1P, 160.730.476; 1915-16, �166,-197,755; 1916-17, $;I06,4S8,S14; 1917 to April 8, 1918, $302,532,074. Principal Item* The premier pointed out that the ptlncipal items wore as follows: Militia and DefeiiBe. 1914-15. ?i".;s,-176,6t:i; 1915,10, $160,43.1,416: 1916-17, 1298,291,030; 1917-1S, $279,23fi.2}�0. Justice Departmentr--ihi4-1 5. J254,-945; 1915-16, ll.2S7.693; 1916-17, $1.-248,415: 1917-18, $1,673,801. Nnval Service--1914-15. $3,096,125; .1915-16, $8,274,019; 1916-17, $3,S06,-329; 1917-18, $10,026,030. In 1916-17, the expenditure of the military hospitals commission was $1,378,078; in 1917-18, it was $9,303,-396. In submitting the statement Sir Robert pointed out that some large items belonging to the present finance year might not. yet come in especially ffom overseas for a consider-' able time. N OFFICIAL PHOTOGRAPH TAKEN ON THE WESTERN FRONT, best part of the Allied defensive system. GALLWITZ COMMAND8 HUNS ON WEST FRONT. General von Gallwltz. the German artillery officer, .whose activity has been confined until now. in the Eastern and Serbian theatres of the war, has been given a command on the west front. In a class by Ourselves. We i welcome your inspection of the new Spring Styles- whether you wish to buy or only to look - around. eio McRELVIE & McGUIRE LETHBRIDGE ^~ CHEVROLET MODEL F-A Baby Grand Touring Car A New, Efficient and Powerful Model which materially reduces motoring cost. Now that the motor car is a necessity to crowd more into the busy day there is a demand for a sturdy, roomy, powerful car, economical to buy rfnd economical to run-a car that is comfortable and will give good service day in and day* out. This new Chevrolet model fills this demand and is offered at a price far below that warranted by its value, and represents more CAR for your money than any new model on the market. See this model before you buy. (&evrolet Motor. C?/ Canada Oshawa�*Ont. Limited Western Parts and Distributing Branch; REGINA, SASK, ^ Baby Grand Touring Car, |l�95^ Royal Mail Roadster, - 1295. f.o.b, Os/taiva, Oni. Model F-A Baby Grand Touring Cat BAALIM MOTOR CAR CO. SOLO LOCALLY BY ;