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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - April 10, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE BiGirr WEDNBSDAY. APRIL 10.101A WMle A Ship Sails The Seas, We Will Not Take A German Peace-Ll-George London. Apn' - Lloyd Georiir Ib bin rumnion!! *pf)>( h wnttl: "Th> atid to nhii-ii I .sk hoiiiin to Rivp f(r">l reailiiiK. 1 Imi"' tt xvlU hp posolhlp lo net tliiiMiKli tlio ttounn this *.fok Tiuio jir�!�Ht\' i'very (lay and it is h ninlter m iiiu>iirtanre "Wp rcijnr havin*; to proivw.' mich [ Its ini|clii. wr thall not ii(' h;iv l)fen denfrtpil by oik- imw.-i fh! ally and anotlifr unit more powerful ally Ik Bof read;- to |nit forth one-t�-nth of lion. "thiM rounirr AtrM^f li� been dMp^rately upifl. ud It �ra�ll be n ratal mliitakc. iiiirpMiitM UM worst htundar of th.*tim included snnie who hav* auMortad re (ruUlnit and the gOTorniBant'H attitude tn thr i*ar mMnuuHiaoN CANADA'S VOTE OFWAR CREDIT Op^ition Docf Not Oppont Principle Involved-A Bank-ra^ry Art xirptiiily liraxtic n>coniiiii'ii.lntion� which will tiijuro �o mwin trades, but. havlnu ri'gaid to t'lc .'j.....enuv! 1 say that no povorniiiont i ould ao-crpt the rt .;i)onsitilllty of inopo-dig Itss "If liv aiiv .'laii: � or iiiisi'lu'm o this colossal h,ni!i- viMii aK.iins; ti;i_ 1 ilo not s.i> till- �.ir would tie over my inoro tliaii it ^v;^^ when Oioat Hiitaiii foiiphi anaiiist another at military donil'jat ion when Napolpon had fhp (ontinciit at his mercy "As lotiR as \vi> have a shiji afloat MINERS WorkHaid Shut off fnm auniihlm and frtth a/r, hhod (MonM* thfn and watery-this hrtnfB thmtnuOun or othtr tickntn. Thooil-feodtaSCOTTS mULSION U Natm'a hmmmt t�de t� Inap tho Wood rick. trniUr tU Imiifa, nfrwk tho MarudstnMthMtlM wkoio ayatMik �SIMUUION �nma 12-44 Pambrok* St., Toronto Local Centres Examinatwiu JUUE and july Applications Rocoived Till May 11. Sand for Syllabua. WSnatt^ ^perifio Sail Stones ^ llomi THK d^ipcwJicitis Isid|nttioa� Stottftck Disofdeti, Appmdicitisoiid Kidner Stoma � often cauatd brCallStoaca, ad MJalewl people nntO tboae bad attack! oi GaU Stoo* Colic �MMT. Not OM in tea Gall ana* aHBarwa knows what is .thetrouble. MarUtta Specific win ewe witkout pais or oper-aHoa. Buy trom JACKSON k CO. LETHiniDGE, ACTA. j.w. marlatt&co MONDUHOST, TORONIO OKf. MURESCO FOR KALSOMINING A big shipmant of Muraaeo has juat ar/ivad and wc can aupply all thea* requiring old tinta. A mce lot of burlap has also arrived. Wellington Bros, THE OCCORATORS Mrtock Bldg. 7th Strast S. STORE For Rent Sia THIRD AVE. . LBTHORIOOB >nwihlo Rent RIOHT IN THE HEART Of THa OltT BUSINESS OlOTRiOT. APPLY TO A. SOUTHARO s�11 Savsntk �l. w. QglSfy. VMfcfta. Uuf on t'n' oihvi iKin.l tliis lialtli' mint the (o-rr.ian ieserv�>� The pnemy> last call niu�t he thrown ill lieforc this hiitli- is ovrv and Atti-pvicn is now ot\l\ i.miiiiit in the first iiistalmoiit of hfi -1 1 al' if wp wish to av.>i,l .1 wii: laslinK for yoiiifi lilts liallle nuisi In' wou .i-nl to wft> it *ll he ilie means of winnliiir tlip dei Ision of ilo-; war and with these inf�sur>'s and with tile promise of America vi" have no fp�r of the iiUlmutf issue i shall pass ihrouRh many fhi� Illations perhaps in this battle Lot us no through the virissiMides of this tremendous strunglo wiili stout and steady hearts. \Vp have had sail .ind iritlcal days. In these days we have ! no sround for picnic W".- have had days when the outlook was hrighter. ".Make no mistake there is no lause i for exultation except in Mie valor of our troops Kor a lonjt time tlipre .will he tausp. Brave cause for deep anxiet.v and there always will he to tlif end. cause for evcriion and fori sjiirifice and if these ar' k ven with i;-,o iinsiin'ed devotion wirh which our hrave men in Krance art- olferin* it. ; thpre will be cause for lonfidoncp in [ this country." Diverts Attention London. April H' The jtovem ' inonf's proposal to er.iend conscription to Ireland has iiad the effect to a lurKP pitenr of divert,ns the attention of the inihlic from 'he first portion of , the man power bill, raising the ase limi; of those liable to military se--vice. lint even in rec.ird to this prefatt tho cabiiiei i.s ursdi. to pro-. ceod witl; -caution. Hie iicovlnoial papers as well as those of London arc divided as to the existPiuy of enforciriK conscription in Ireland. They say the necessity of maiiitaininK troops there iniRlit offset any gain which would bOMlerijrcd. Govt. Has Gone Mad. i DubliD. April 10 -"The government , has gone mad." says the Freeman s 'Journal in roinmentlnB upon the pro IHisal to ektend conscription to Ireland "Lloyd GeorRe. tiie ,quondam ' Boer champion, announced |he decision yesterday to carry the war into Ireland. "Kvery one in Trdaiid knows what the result will be The only suiiport- j ers in Ireland of forcible c onscrlptton ' of irlslimen for the war are tliose who want to see Ireland reduced to a wel- ;icr of confusion, in onler that tiieir '�� own reactionary Tiews may prevail. ' Should Not Raise Age London, .\prll 10- The .Manchester Guardian consWers from the premier's statement a rase for raising the milli ary age in Great Britain has not buen made out .Vssumlnit that the Germans have made up their minds either to siici'umb or triumph as a con.srqnence , of the piesent offensive the news-pspcr savii. tAat particular issue v.ill I be settled in one way or the other be-ore the men of forty and fifty ate ' trained It asks whether it is wortfi while to dtsorganixe the business of the coun-; try for .the sake of TS.HOO or lUO.OOO sit months henre Tht Guardian bellores American re inforcements will turn the balance and finds it impossible to rai.^e the ukc limit as a real contribution 'o the uiil ! itary problem. As for coMcrlptiou i'l Ireland it calls ahls the grak-est dcidn t Ion announced in . the premier'i speech and the one with the smallest attempts at Juatiftcation. it continues; I "A great measure of self (tovcrntnent has been elaborated and I.s about to 'be introduced. Conscription will rintr its death knell before It is born. On , the other band the condition of Ireland is far worse sad the need *ot healing measures ia far grealtr. The Vreaent proiwsal Is a concession not to reason but to partisanship and prejudice. As a military measure it will b* not merely useless but extensively Injurious. As a political measure it Ib folly at its highest power." With the exception of the Globe, which is strongly pro-Ulster, the even-! log newspapers which comment u|W the proposal for conscription in Ire-I land either opposed or openly express , uneasiness as to the result of an oi tempt to enforce it. The Star takes the premier to task for having (ailed to read the report of the Irish far as mortgages sre con-' cernel is provided for In the bill standluK n the legislature for second readluR In the name at Hba. J. R i Uoyie. entitled the "Mortgagors and purchasers ml." It embodtes the principle ,.r tiip Ontario legislation and is a corcilary of the bill also stSBdinK ill ;he iMme of the minister of education amending tho "Volnnteafs and i reservists act." which restricts tjie ap 11'catioii of this relief to members of tlie forces on actual scilre service. I The act will prevent forerkMuire and ; -�.ie o" land for default of psyment of urincipal In the case of a mortgage or ngreeinent of sal* so long as the interest, faxes, and other obligation^i are met by the mortgagor. Before foreclosure for default of paymant of interest or compliance with other cov efle(tlve and the act itself iituieriitlly ni"re useful. .Mr Murphy: "Will it demand an increased staff?" Mr. Crothers: "N'o The bill was rnad a first time. Bankruptcy Law Mr Jacob's bill to establish a bankruptcy law for the Dominion was read I second lime and referred to a special oominlttee of tho house. tin the suggestion of the speaker a peni stock cars are at present in the Cnited States and due to Canadian railways. i Vets the Credit On the saggestion of 8ir Robert Borden and with the approval of Sir Wilfrid Laurior second reading was given to the act granting aid to Ilia Majesty for military and naval defences for the current finance year to an na'#jnt not exceeding 1500.000.000. There was no debate ou the second reading because it was agreed that there was no need for parliament at this stage to discuss the principle involved. Sir Robert in moving the second reading said that he had introduced the first bill of the kind, in February. 1917. At that time he had hoped that It would never be necessary to Introduce a measure in support ^f the war .ir,. f|(;o,43X416: llll�!-17. fJM.aoi.ono: 1017 IS. $27�.��J.25to. Justice ttepartment:-iiii4-iri. fSI>4.-!�45: I9I5-H!, �l.2S7.M:i; li�H;l7. �!.-248.41.1; 1�17 18. ll.67S.SOl. Nnval Servic?- 1!�I4-15. IH.OOe.iaS; J�1IH�. $1,274,019; 1916-17. $.1,806.-�9; 191718. $1(\02�.030. In 1916-17. the expenditure of the military hospitals commission was $1,S7S,07�; in 1917IS, it was $9.S0,i,. 38B In submitting the statement Sir Robert pointed out that some large items belonging to the present finance year might not yet lome in es-peelsUy ffom overseas tor a consider able time. OPPICIAL PHOTOGRAPH TAKEN ON THE WESTERN PRONT^TliU best part of th^ Allied defensive system. the PROGRESS OP KOtTORE. (KIrhy In the New York World.) IMPORTlillT ADCTIOli SALE WAODDIGTON'S AUCTION ROOMS On FRIDAY NEXT, APRIL 12th COMMENCINO AT TWO O'CLOCK ^ ^ FRANK WADDJNGTON _ .-.-i-.-|.n.-,-_-j-|.-.rir. �-.Lr.-j-.rig- - , � - - - .g-Lr -.t -XLTjur rj-j .i jijuuijuu-ir j-ij-j-i.r.r WILL SELL BY PUBLIC AUCTION A QUANTITY of SUPERIOR HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE And ef'ects Inelnding: Sat of solid oak dining chairs; mission style round extendiaf dining table Jn mission; :i piece mahoganr parlor suite, uphftltterad in sllk^pestry; combination chttfoalar and wardrobe, fltted with sliding mirror io (quarter cut oak: w]iil� enamel lined OAMBV RBPRIOERATOR: very handsoma PUMEO OAK WRITINO TAitl In fumed oak; walnut occasioaal tabl*: quartdr cut oak OMSaioSal Ublc; 6 good oak dining chairs: adjuat-able easy chair; WISTBBN TREASURE thole cook stovt; aavarSl good carpst squsfa^; aiwatlty,linoleum; dresser with oval mirror; single bed complat* with gprns and mattress; also DININO SUITE IN FUMED OAK; and nsaiorous amaller items. TERMS CASH PHONES 770-^ "WAOOINOtOW tEULS WITHOUT RESERVE" In a class by Ourselves. We welcome your inspection of the new Spring Styles- whether you wish to buy or only to look ' around. gallwitz commands huns on { west fpont. General von Gallwltj; the German artillery officer, .whose activity has been confined until now. In the Rastern and Serbian theatres of the war. has been given a com mand on the west front. Fdi-Pefotin McKELVIE & McGUIRE LHTlillRlDGI-: CHEVROLET MODEL F-A Baby Grand Touring Car A New. Efficient and Powerful Model which materially reduces motoring cost. Now that the motor c;ar is a necessity to crowd more into the busy day there is a demand for a sturdy, roomtj, x>wcrful car, economical to )uy d^nd economical to a car that is comferl- run able and will give good service day in and day'out. This new 'Chevrolet model fills this demand euid is offered at a price far below that warranted by its value, and represents more CAR ^r your monei) than any new model on the market. See this model be^re you bug. (ftEVROLET Motor C?/Canada Oshawa-Ont. ^^^'^'^ Western Parts and Disttibuting Branch: REOINA, SASK. Baby Grand Totiring Gu-, |li295^ Royal Mail Roadster, . 1295. f. o. i, Oshawa, (Mi. Model F.A fftiy Grand T