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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - April 11, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta Ill JRSDAY,- APRIL 1t, 1018 *SrfS LETHimiDGE DAILY HERALD GIANT VIKING PAGE SEVEN, To Avenge Sinking Norwegian Ships--Cardaton Ranihets Enlist Because Norwegian sailor friends were recently killed on a Hubmarlnod l-v Norwegian merchant vessel, Edward !)]lnnnon, ot Lothbriilgo, has taken up " the war cudgel against the Huns. Upon receiving a letter slating that bin friends had mot death, as many bravo Norwegian sailors imye died, at the bunds of unrestricted submurino warfare, Hansen roaigned IiIb position here and enlisted wllh the 78tU Battery. In the new recruit tho Huns havo nn antagonist of no 'Saa.n quality as Hansen stands (! feet and weighs 186 I>oun Is, and is one of the best specimens that has padsed through the bauds of the medical board. This giant viking left for Surceo yesterday. Tears Up Exemption Paper* E. J. Qorless and 0. L. Bott, two ranchers in the Cfardston district enlisted yesterday in the artillery. Pte. Corless had been given exemption, but Rince the i)ig offensive started he has torn up his exemption papers. Bott is an American, who expressed a desire to go with his friend (iorless. lioth wore accepted and left for Calgary. ilar61d C. Tom, accountant, for P. Burns has onlisted in the Itoyal Flying Corps. Captain Leech, of the medical board has announced that enlistment is now open in the Army Medical Corps for men of B2 class. This branch of the service is in need of stretcher bearers, gas fume-fighters, hospital orderlies, ambulance men and sanitary inspectors. � I AMENDMENTS 10 , ; THE FACTORY ACT � (Special to tlio Herald) Edmonton, Apr. 11.-Tho act to amend 1 the factories act repeals section ^seven which excluded from the operation of tho statute any factory �where not more than five persons aro employed, and no power other than manual labor, i3 used. A new sub-section is Introduced, that "No woman except by special permission of an inspector, in writing, shall be employed in any factory, shop, offico or office building between the hours of ton o'clock in tho evening, and eight o'clock the following day." Another amendment permits the Inspector to sanction the �employment of more than (Hie shift in one day "for special reasons of trade, accident or war production necessities." EX-ROYALTIES ARE COMPELLED TO WORK Moscow, April H.-Members of the former Russian Imperial family Srlng in the Crimea have been greatly restricted in their movements. They arc not,permitted to visit one another. All oft them, even, former princesses, are working in the gardens under armed suards. All the members of the Romanoff family living in the Petrograd district have been ordered exiled to Perm and Vologa. in the Ural mountain region. According to the Heanneye Outro, the council of soldiers' and workmen's delegates of Vologda has refused to admit them, to the city. SAMMIES GREETED" WITH ENTHUSIASM With the British Army in France, April 10.-(By the Associated'Press.) -The first of the American fighting troops have arrived on the'British front and have been greeted with Intense enthusiasm. Thp overseas pioneers were a battalion of infantry which came swinging along the road Into a certain sector after an all night march that began on the anniversary Df America's declaration of war. The dusty uniforms and unshaven faces of the Americans showed that they had been long on the road. DISTRESSING ACCIDENT Vernon, B. C, April 10.-Peter Klac.kie. aged six years,^ died last i night in the hospital hero*, as the result of a distressing'accident, which occurred yesterday. Along with ii companion, Stanley Ford, aged nine years, he found a case of dynamite caps in a vacant shack near his home. The boys threw tho box 'against, a stump, when an explosion occurred. Young Ford is seriously, injured but Is not considered dangerously hurt. Food Will Win the War \ Serve your country and yourself by raising FOOD on the fertile plains of Western Canada. The'' Canadian Pacific Railway makes it easy for you to begin. Lands $11 to $30 an acre; irrigated land up to $50; 20 years to pa y. Loan toassisCseitlcr3 on irrigated lands. Get full particulars and free illustrated literature from ALUM CAMERON, Ow'ISqL t.KKUrtt DC* let 6t. East, CALGARY ?  ? ? ? \ NEW BUILDINGS Ottawa, Apr. 1.1.-Tbe announcement is made by tbe department of public works of the letting; of a number of contracts In oonnoction with, the construction of the now parliament buildings. K. Edge, Limited, Ottawa, have successfully tendered for the heating and ventilating equipment for tho new building it $86,800. This was the lowest tender. Chicago, Apr. 11.-Since April C, 1917, the day oa which war wan declared against Germany, - there have been added to the United States navy 1276 Teasels aggregating 1,055,116 tons. Secretary of the Navy Daniels declared last night in an address before the National Chamber of Commerce. '"In addition to the battle cruisers, dreadnoughts, and  scout cruisers aur thorized, some building and other deferred building, temporarily, for the more pressing construction of ships, to transport soldier's ' and ammunitions and supplies," he said, "wo are now building .what is technically known aB smaller craft from 'OS to 121!) tons each, 794 vessels, with an aggregate /tonnage . of. 420,217." JAPANESE TROOPS Moscow, April 11.-A protest against the landing ot Japanese armed forces at Vladivostok has bean sent to tho Japanese consul there by a committee representing the all-Siberinn Soviets. Copies of the protest have been dcliverod to all the other foreign consuls in Vladivostok. Will Be Withdrawn London, April 11.-The foreign con suls p.t Vladivostok officially have informed the president of the local 55emstvo that the hurtling of all allied marines there was due to anarchy and that, the forces will ho withdrawn as soon as (he. consuls consider that order has beon restored, according to ,i Vladivostok telegram received in Petrograd land forwarded by Reuters correspondent. A dispatch from Moscow to the vestia says that the Bolshevikl govern- j ment has opened negotiations wllh ' Berlin for a temporary suspension of j the Brest-Litovsk treaty, as regards! the article on demobilization of the 1 Russian army, "in view of the posa-j ible necessity of defending Russian ' territory against, foreign invasion."  > FOUR MERCHANTMEN ? London, Apr. 11.-Only four ? merchantmen over lfioo tons ? were sunk in the pas;, week, >> �> > * : : : : : UNITE WITH RUMANIA Basel, Switzerland. April ll.-Tlit Bessarabia.ii Diet, according to a telegram from Bucharest, haa decided in favor of the Union of Bessarabia with Rumania. Thomas Sh'anley. booksollor, of Woodstock, is dead, following an attack of pernicious anaemia, lie lived in Woodstock for over years, anil formerly resided in Mitchell, lie was i<7 years old. GOT IN W SEDITION SILL PASSES Washington, April 11.-The sedition bill prohibiting under penalties of 20 years' imprisonment and $10,000 fine, language or acts of disloyalty or obstruction of the army drnt'fc'and liberty loans, was passed- yesterday by the senate without a recorded vbte. it now goes to conference between the house and senate and final enactment in expected soon. Warner, A\<6%, Mai. ft- Firming operations are now in full swing, but seeding will not be general until next week. Considerable seed is however, now in the ground, and the weather Is all that could be desired. The acreage which will be placed under crop is likely to be larger than was the case last year, everyone appears to w'ish to seed as much land as possible, not only from motives of personal profit, but also from patriotic, feelings. Labor Is not too plentiful, but all available men are engaged. London, Apr. 11.-The. position of Count Czernin, the A astro-Hungarian foreign minister, is to he much less secure since Ilia reivrn speech and the publication oE n I'"rench official statement that Khnperor Omul en considered the Fronch demand for .\1-sac.e-lxirraine just, accord tug to an Kxchange Telegraph d ok patch from Copenhagen. There is growing dissatisfaction in Germany with Imperial Chancellor Von Herding and .Foreign Secretary Von Kuehlmann, and efforts are being made to replace Von Herding and Dr. Von Helfferich, former vice chancellor, i TJho Austrian embassy in Berlin officially denies the- French statement attributed to Emperor Charles, but does not insist that there was never any talk of an acknowledgement by the emperor of the justice of the Alsace-Lorraine demands. THE PIONEER MOTOR MACHINE CO. repairs For AUTOMOBILES, ENGINES, , . MACHINERY. blacksmithing MeL.AUGHl.IN AND CHEVROLET CAR8 FAfRBANKG-MORSE LINE8\ AT COALDALE G.H. Legler auctioneer NANTON, ALBERTA Book your sales with W. H. PAWSON, 11 Stafford Block Lethbridge, Alberta HOG PRODUCTION \\ is a matter of the greatest importance that Canada should increase her production of BACON HOGS and other live stock as there is at present a world-wide shortage of meat. Good markets for some time to come are assured. THE CANADIAN BANK OF COMMERCE will gladly make loans to assist farmers in good standing to acquire live stock. 311 Lethbridge Branch- - R. T. Brymner, Mgr. FIRE SALVAGE Auction Sale FRANK WADDINGTON WILL SELL ON SATURDAY NEXT COMMENCING AT TWO O'CLOCK SHARP The Balance of the RED CROSS DRUG & BOOK COMPANY STORE SALVAGED FROM THE RECENT FIRE HERE ARE A FEW OF THE GOODS PHOTOGRAPHIC SUPPLIES: Including developing tanks, printing frames; mounts; camera carriers; films and plates of all sizes; toning solutions; print rollers; Velox printing papers; kodak lamps, etc. TENNIS RACQUETS: About 3 dozen excellent racquets, absolutely undamaged; also 3 tennis nets. Clubs should get busy here, CARTER'8 INKS AND MUCILAGE: A large quantity of Inks from quart size to 2 ounce, both red and black. Mucilage, quarts and pints. . FISHING TACKLE: A splendid assortment. Anglers get busy. A ' chance in a life time. FLAG8 AND PENNANTS: A tremendous number ot flags of tho allies and fine quality pennants. BRA8S GOODS: A few nifty pieces ot brasswaro still left for tho auctioneer. , THEATRICAL PAINTS AND MAKEUPS. Hess' & Meyers'. All in good condition. Big stock. Highest^ bidder takes it. GAMES: Checkers, chessmen, card games, etc., in great variety. MISCELLANEOUS GOODS: Including Dcnnlson's Specialties; scents; powders;'face creams; shampoo preparations; Horlick's Malted Milk; liquid petrolatum; cough mixtures, etc.; also leather goods; hat dyes; picture post-cards; hooks; French mirrors; pens and penholders; pencils and hundreds of smaller items of general utility in the household., v , Sale will take place in temporary store in Dominion Block, and parties wishing to buy privately will have that opportunity from 9.30 to 12.30 Saturday *vm. THE AUCTION WILL COMMENCE AT TWO SHARP. FRANK WADDINGTON, AUCTIONEER Don't Ftrget Clarke's Special Sale Next Door BUL J. H. Patrick & Son Of Uderton, Out, have on hand twenty-five Scotch topped Shorthorn Bulls From 16 to 24 ntonihs old. These may be seen at THE FARMERS' FEED BARN, Third Street, Lethbridge. J. H. Patrick & Son, Alex. Hotel Notice to Engine Owners! THE IMPERIAL OIL Ltd Will be pleased to quote prices on the best grades of gasoline, coal oil, lubricating oils and GREASES PHONE 535 1720 SECOND AVE. S. 62 STATIONS ' IN SOUTHERN ALBERTA AT COALDALE REPAIRS AUTOMOBILE ENGINE .... MACHINERY Mclaughlin and Chevrolet cars fairbanks-morse lines blacksmithing THE PIONEER MOTOR & MACHINE CO. BOVRI Take It as Soup before Meals6*, IMPORTANT AUCTION SALE WADDINGTON'S AUCTION ROOMS On FRIDAY NEXT, APRIL 12th COMMENCING AT TWO O'CLOCK ~~~~TRANK WADDINGTON WILL SELL BY PUBLIC AUCTION A QUANTITY OF SUPERIOR HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE And effects including: Set of solid oi^t (lining chairs; mission style round extending; dining table in mission; 3-pieee mahogany-parlor jiuite, upholstered in silk tapestry; combination chiffonier and wardrobe, fitted with sliding mirror 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; quantity linoleum; dresser with oval mirror; single bed complete with spring and mattress; also DINING SUITE IN FUMED OAK; BRAND NEW CROQUET SET; and numerous smaller items. ^ TERMS CASH ' PHONES 770-469 GOODS ON VIEW THURSDAY EVENING. "WADDINGTON SELLS WITHOUT RESERVE" FARM LABOR The Provincial Department of Agriculture Has \ Opened a v BUREAU in the ^ Board of Trade Offices LETHBRIDGE To secure and distribute farm labor. Farmers wish-i ing to secure help should apply immediately to MR. J. A. WEIR, who has charge of this tree service. Phone 1603 NEXT WEEK WE WILL UNLOAD TWO CARS OF Emmerson Power-Lift Engine Plows Owing to Scarcity it Will Be Necessary to Order Early THE SUPERIOR SUPPLY CO. CORNER SECOND AVE. AND THIRTEENTH ST. S. REGISTERED CLYDESDALE STALLIONS FOR SALE HIAWATHA-17233. Foaled 24th May, 1914. Winner two first prizes and two diploma* 1917. Sire, Netherplace (Imp.) 1333S. Dam, Kete MacGregor, 7908. . LORD HARRY 2ND-10710. Foaled 24th June, 1908. Sire, Lord Oak; burn (imp.), 7371. Dam, Baronet* Romeo (imp.), 14934. Apply: TAYLOR MILLING CO. LETHBRIDGE < * ?52832 ;