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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - April 12, 1916, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE FOUR THE LETHBRIDGE DAIIiY HERALD WEDNESDAY, APRIL 12, 1916 Xetbbribije iDcralt) Xetbbci&oe, Hlberta BAILV AND WEEKLY Subtorlptlon Ratet: tJally, delivered, per week ..... lOo Dally, delivered, per year ...... Dally, by mall, per year ........�3-lce from bank to ctistomer. Open an account with the Union Bank of Canada and take advantage of the exceptional facilities which our 320 Branche� enable us to offer. LETHBRIDGE BRANCH GRASSY LAKE BRANCH  G. R, TINNING, Manager H. E, SANDS, Acting Manager FRENCH-CANADIANS DOING THEIR BIT FOR THE EMPIRE Ottawa, April !).-Hon. Rodolphe Lemieux In an address at the Canadian club on "The Habitant and the ____ . , War" stated that the French-Cana- crltlcized and possibly condemned by , dinns wore heart and soul with the those who love the fashions of Baby- rjrltish in this war and that they had Ion, who love the places of very direct associations in the world. But many ot the fashions worn today had their responded nobly to the call ot duty. They had given freely ot their treasure and of the blood of their best to the Countess von Arnim, widow ot i country Is very strong for the change. Count Henning August von Arnlm.j He points out that of 37 western Pros author of Elizabeth and Her Oerman Garden and other books. The board of the Presbyterian college at Montreal, has recommended to the general assembly the appointment of Rev. D. J. Fraser, D.D., as principal of the institution to succeed the late Dr. Scrlmber. , 1,1 , , 1 V. 11 Proceedings were commenced at The big league baseball season ^.^^^^^ ,, ^^^..^ ^^ ^ across the line starts today and the most Interesting law suit. In which mortality In grandmothers will make \ the Keewatin Power company seeks byterles not one is opposed to the new move, while the vote of the people In the west la overwhelmingly In favor ot It. Uncle Bam gasp for six months. The last German loan fell down badly and German bankers are now sending money out of the country lest forced loans shmiUl ho Infllrted. Forced loans, let's see? That taUes been UUlud in action. Major Mutrle us back quite a long way In British ' enlisted at Vernon, B. C, where ho had realdcd for some years. an Injunction restraining the town from holding back tho flood waters of the Lake of tho Woods. Mrs. (Major) Mutrle, Guelph, has rerolved word that her husband. Major Mutrle, second In command of tliQ 2nd Canadian Mounted Rifles, had history. The C. N. R. la going to grade Its line to Medicine Hat this year-maybe. It's going to grade a lino to Leth-bridijo too, sometime-maybe. Meantime we'll bo pretty well satisfied if the Lethbridge-Weyburn line la completed this year, giving us two through lines to Winnipeg. 1 "Swat the fiy" may be a chestnut, hut the; doctor will toll you It's mighty good advice. V/e started tho year with a typhoid epidemic which Is all the more reason to swat and swat hard. The fly already has too good a foundation tor the spread ot the dia-aaso. A dispatrh to the Exchange Telegraph company from Amsterdam says that reports reaching Holland through Berlin are to tho effect that Maxim Gorky, tho Russian author, is suffering from pneumonia at Moscow. His condition Is declared to be alarming. At the Mansion house the lord mayor ot i.oiidun lormally packod the first two consignments of button-hole med anions commemorative of the Shakespeare tercentenary festival, three-quarters of a million of which are being sent to Canada to be sold In aid of the British Red Cross, Belgian Relief and the League ot Mercy. Tho Broughton Arms, the principal building at the mining town of Broughton, N.S., where the ISIith battalion la (xuartered, was destroyed by fire. SEAMEN STRIKE Frankfort, Mich., April 11.-A strike of seamen employed on the car terrlts ot the Ann Arbor railway tied up all the ferries today. The men have asked for higher wages. A settlement Is expected. BlacK-wooci The very latest novelty- A black edged collar a for flOc. Ask your dealer Or hlut edged "BL VEBIRD" TOOKE COLLARS Admitted the best quality and best fitting' jn Canada TOOKE BROS.,'L|MITEO MONTREAL ROBBER GRABBED $200,000 FROM MAIL TRUCKS Expected to Get a Million But appointed, Confesses DIs- lie said. By the end of this year there would bo 17,000, and possibly 20,000 French-qanadians in Kitchener's army., ' origin in the houses of infamy in Paris I families. In the matter of enlisting and London and other centres of so- they were not under tlielr proportion, called civilization. -  - - �   And women are falling Into the habit of Imitating the fashions of tho demimonde. Our simple girls are not wise enough to avoid following after these infamous-well, I should say the poor creatures. I have entered my protest against my daughters following these fashions and I thank God that none of them have done so." Ontario's rural school children have acciimulated the linndsomn sum of $17B6 to be used to buy a motor ambulance tor tho Canadian Rod (Jross koc-iety to send overseas. , CHI.LD PERFORMERS BURNED TO DEATH London, April 10.-Five child performers were burned to death on the stage of the Garriok theatr* at Hereford, Friday night. It wag a children's entertainment to provide comforts for the soldiers. "The curtain fell on the final act and the audlenco was departing when the cry of fire was raised. A panic ensued. Many of the audience were crushed, hut none seriously injured. The fire was confined to the stage, where the performers wore wearing dresses covered with cotton wool for a snow scene. Tho (lames spread furiously and tho children ran frantically about tho stage with their garments on fire. In addition to those bunied to death, several were seriously injured, and are now In a hospital reported to be In a critical condition. Los Angeles, Cal., April 9.-Approximately $200,000, consisting of four packages of federal reserve 7iotea and one package ot jewelry, was the loot taken by James Moran alias A. a. MaggB, and three companions, from a mail truck In Now York Potjruary 2G, according to a second contosslon which the federal officers said tlio priH oner made here late yesterday. Moran was said to have told tho officers yesterday that he and liis coin-panions had oxpoiitod to got ?l,ono,oi)ii but they were unaldo (o find, moro than tho five |)a<'Uai!;on ot valualilos. Moran was brought lipre yesterday from San Diogo, wheio hu surrendered Friday night. Local govornmom, odk-lnlH snld nonu of tho money or jowolry taken from the mall pouohrs had boon ro:�v(!rod. .Moran was reloaMod from Han Quentlu priton a year nf,"). SPY PUT TO DEATH IN LONDON TOWER Ijondon, April 11.-A spy was put to death In London today. Announce-mont of this occurrence .wan made officially as follows; "A prisoner charged with espionage v/aa tried by general court-martial at Westminstor Guildhall on tho 20tli ot March, and tho following days, and was sentenced tu death, which was (larriod out todi^ A Natural and Pleasant Way to Health TEST it for yourself! Take END'S "FRUIT SALT" when you are "below par" iind notice how it improves your health and .-ipirits and brighten.s your whole outlook on life. And it is pleasant to take, too. A spoonful of FRUIT SALT in water makes a delightful drink-cool, Jimrkllni? unci oftervoacoiit. KNO'B "PItUIT BAI,T" Isthc bun tonic ivnd diKeaUvo regulator ever prei)arecl-ft wjfu mid vaUmblu reined)- at nil tliiiM. 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