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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - April 12, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta FOtTR ims Li!:rH r DAILY ANO WSCt^Y Proprlttdfit and Piibhtncr.. ITHC LKTHBRIDOE HERALD PRINT-INQ COATPANV, LIMITEC K9 ttt� Ctn**! South. Letnliridaa W. A. BMChar.*n Irpsldfnt uD :'i.>fl. rtr ypsr in 5 -, ni. NVcekly. hy mail, [er r�ar to l" i>0 D.ttra of (>.\piry of su'oscrlpliou^ ap-ftur daily on address IbIwI Accept-an-.*.' ot pan-r.-n oate our aiiint'r. y m -"intim:',' tlit- fuIK Brllpfion.  THE PROC-aESS OF the >\ AH 1 .If iiw-! .>..;n. ,5 j- - ,,�; - :..iirii.;i :fri;t .ir� if r.timn.i.'i ii;ii'h-i.iil'''i ui..'.. 'n : llii>> IM lii>!'.lin>; ,,r �,r. ji';!-.:- Thfc :'i-(. in i! r viiuiicy of I'loci.'s.rert -isinr:. Ki.lKi-. (iotii 'hi'.->! .-ijil in'.a !i> ;.u' r>ri' liiiaiis i^yv i\ic!fH';y (If.or. ua'.'.i:  iiolil � i.ty -..n to go over ho n c�vii!ry tmtt. All thr �i)�n were very -ihxlnus tu no as a ! 111)1! when tii>> war broke ont init they' j woro rfiulroi! In �T iiwtiacp If there ; f n tn>m tlio lorcp ;iro iit^PiU-a ' lu'w 111 fill u;. tin- (t:(p^ In (".in;>-, ilinii r:ivalry inrr.�r:ivi'rii!i'.tiit slionliV prosid-; f r nn 1J .V W All' They wonM livi; 'ty to the old 1 lr.i(l.'lfiiTis ot tlie forco .1- Thi' ir.ost cf ; fi-itMH cavalry N.'ri': Atiio'ii-.-. lia'* iv.--- kiio�-,i 'lilt! r.'.i Tt have li.-on \i ),i:lni; to pto .i: tliei;' s--; par in-r-o i.�'t thi'rf" 111' 110 niort' bri'aki;;;; ')) It' 'ho faa-ous ttiroc to provide r>' inf'>ri"f"Tin-ntf frr o-t-.-r oavalrv ;id\\ iti till? ftRli.ini; GMNS m FORMRCONIROl FINLAND, LACK OF CLEAR CUT STATEMENT DISAPPOINTING. ol' Kiir-'-, ilwa-.jpointvd ^h.i i:dmo!it(in has not ill ^"ooil an,l fcu' 1! � (;t mifo-'il tu p.iSJts? .!fi Kra.n !'ok_- to like � fiiif- pai; ol t;�-.iii.i;i .*yjiii>a-thUMa to i'i->lay >ctn!inK. Tat- b^y.iei tiia) the I'otnmodity has bt-e-a tampered VitU 50 tliai it wili kill the se�l gurui api)tain liko a ra: i  iviid 'Tlish: 01' iniaKinatia!i lUit to �. i-! th'^ ni-�ZnK sim!ilian�'OUtily all o,.t the |in> �vince tnrt ;hului:e Utile .^'oi k in -ne ore,-t" ruin ihc Kro^', ng i--': It war; 011 th� 'C'rii.lK KVniin-dy /^nl'^r 'jf popu ,tar tietective ynrn. (ti"ti(rti n; . the rn^or wa-* vtry itiip, yiiliir un'li The M-raid is r';e (t.ivi-nitai'ut al -. rr. t�', '0 tiiak-- . r r't,::! ^ on-- inr- Ha: haw  t' p',irvi'-w o- la-! ! Ml he -1',: - . : ..i. � �� r. - 111 I li.' r n !� - ; o-'l 111 T ar,:( \'- ..^i I .d,- of tr-tiie .-I'.jipi.t v.- ; ii : '.ore aarieiiii 'ira trade of ehl;�ri!W--> i'l t . i.ipiit tr,-ji ih, -p,, o' ei)i)uii"y into t\-' v.nkiiii; 01" factory Ac; hml been iinpt^ssed witli ;i,p r. � s'iliN of nil int; war serviee o lie i.irtio-,* -V!� 1 make L>�thbridge .11 mill.OK ii-i.itre. s >'i-- rinif .IK I lion. Duncan -:'..i;i spefliiii); in 1 aicary made tt erii-[i.'ia::, enuUKb lii.i; anyone who tilk.^ ieu-aiiiii' �i.i.i.- i.ri ti^e Tarni lb.* year i" .. tvaf ;� ;.i :i� .^i.;- .Jh'iii'nl not the n'tail s.oiv�.- !).' .tlloA .. i 1.0 serve the furtn-, eri �! tee very time of all the week when 1; be�r puits them, and that i-s .-^Tur'l.iy evenings v.hen the stre�i of tne week's iv.vrk on the f^rm is over aii'l the farmer and !t.j v^iic can cotne to I'Ojni withun: breakln? in on th--n pitlar j-outlnt. It I? po^sib!e that the clause allow ii'ir the ehi-'l factory insp,-, tor to l-.v,-.1 li'anket p rniit to work %inKP" -'i'.ifts V. here �-,ir i;-'.'.:.sic:;y f) bo servi-1 will covev the for the rotaiier-and make Sai;irdf.y evening shop-piiii.-, Ijii' '.lo' .riti-.i.rity u:. i;'. i 1- i;.': '�'. ir l T !; S'l.iks aj ii t'.:e ^veru-tiioDi wpvi- ,.:r,ii,l ill a'vicl- tii'/ '|H."i artd ;,jiea�i i^s^inlnd . i'rt-ai! �:' St'-wart i.s a fawii'-r )�lm�, if ai.'l -h 'itl.i know !he !!eed r:i makiiic.- i'. a.s 1 o:i-v, III'-:." a^ -s.^ic tor t I trake liis j,i.rehtisej. I,l trandport* Is report-el to liave arriied .it I.ovl^ii. tutdway lietwceu I!eNii-j:forM and Vlborn, Fin- I.iiid_ ;.....ordiiiK to a Renter dispatch from' T' ro';rail T)ip .niuiiilTon came f .',; ill.' '-iteciiin /f KeTnl and a .�>iu.i;i 1. �'��j >'.cs x.iii! Ill have landed ;�n:l o,-, iipl-'il l.orit.i. ;;i-u rvie. w'.i.h th'-y r^retitly captur-\fi.'r ti'iii-i; I.jtiiv th�y Mat an ii-ni.itiiUug the atirreader . .iii'ai of tUo Bonemment . inilei we�t of Lgor. cmvcil of worfcmetj'.^ and ". ile.l to re-itsT. 1 t'le inllit.iry situation the I ijini.s'i 1 umnitsslonert has 's intention of tMtalling r i,:rad. uti' il referred to ! the grtr �-�--.-.^ 11.of the Finnish Hedi. or 1;..'-.I.'-.k'. w!io ha�e been can7tog � ��: � %:t �.'.;.- -Vila the Whitw Gu�rd!nl 10.-Announcement -avs RII.-4AIH has M�tfM�4 tk� follow 1:11; !. -^.-eo: One third Of her total ip i.,!ue of railways amounting to j! "i; �^oMi (1, ' al "I  OINHlf THtjCMAWJE   Umlto�i Avr. H -Hapiyinn   to a iiiiMtlM la iha bouse of   'i'lWIIOBI hr Jodn Dillon. Na   tlonalht, racanlInK the alleRed   refuaal ot th� prena biireiui t.i   EU�e Ot% correip�>ndejiis o   Amarlran iiew�pai>ers Informa  Oon aa to whether then ines   aacea had baan stopped or al- ^  (�rad. Sir O^rg* t'ave, the   homa aacratary, eald that   rhaae maaaa^ were some-   timea canaorad or stopped for 4  nfflcleat reaaons. In* ivfre   never altared. Mr. DHlon ^ pendenti Cardeton. April lO.-The chief item of Interest lately is the number of | real oaCde traaaacUons ihit havte taken place. Among the town properties that hatsa chanced hands wa record the sale of Martin U'oolf Jr.. hundred and siztjr-aight sujrar brick dwelling and lot to Mr. Goorga r.-fii!�>ries. 918 tejtile factories, ."4 'i-ewerie�. li!;! tofiacco fsctorleg. 1B.''.> lii-tTileries. 244 chemical facfor*, pii-er mills 1>K" luachlce factories. '."he territories Irhich now hecom" n-^-man formerly brought iti nnniir.l revenue amonn'ing to S45.^:{.^.n"l' rouMcs and hnd ISflO savings bajiks OOEBEC OPPOSES IT !":ner Mathews of Cardston Mr. Woolf liaa purchased from the Cardston LAtan Company the old C. J. Brown dwelllag ! and lot. , Mrs Talltha M. Carlson and Earl Carlson of Cardston ptircha.sed Mr. De.Mont Smith's large :ann at Wool-i ford, containing ".(>0 acres. The pur-, chase price was someihinc .over t;" I iioo.Odfi. and some Itf.rtno.i'i) was paiT  [down. .-r I The crop conditions show that about fit'e per cent of he Mfcdiug is done, but this win raphlly increase within tht ttext fe^r' dayi. as nearly every fanner Is on the ?: ound, working early and late. The Mcintosh creamerv has put out Its first rhnrning of biitor. thus relieving the local m.-�rk�>t demand, which was not being ^niipliei!. The Cari-t who an- iwilkini.; m mauy a.-i!.e exteiwlon of the  cowa. Houses to rent Ui (.'anlston are ar a premium, there beiag very few, ii sr ir.einbi r for ftrome, was r.n ex-; �ny available. -I oil. While lavoriBg. the principle i Death ot WItliam Blacamore. GOOD-BYE, DOLLAR Ottawa, .\prlt 11.-Oppo.�!t!on of .jui'hec to tiie Bovernmeot's bill fi-i-nlini? the franchise to all nonien -.oiceil freely In the commons I Ijv Coi.^iiieration cf the bill wa.s r-'-unied in i ommitle� atid rupresent-. iv ~ il;.. other sex. .\. i;. ;-lc>laster, the itlnglish-speak EVERY DOLLAfI you send out of town files awHv with a value that rtghtfallr batoafa to'yaiir community. Spend It at home, with your home merchant, where its value ataya wtik yau aad helps to build up your Interests. When you come to^Ink of It. there ara only tWQ klada Of dollars-the "Dollar with Wings" and the "Development Dollar." The "Dollar with Wlnga" goaa to build up the Far Distant City, the Big .Metropolis. The Development Dollar" ^ea to bulM 99 Um Home Town. It helps build up a nation of real men and i^men. us mak� tha dollara ara si-end "lievolopment rtoUars." hometown builders, bulldlttg for u ren. itis'hinK our inin.'niinlty more prospeiottf, more conteiued. us and our neighbors and bur GtitM' It �a� llaied. projie'iy a.' 'ffiiially dec nv The party nil tiliit i' : i.le1 -n 11 Trni.. ^taru- I iehvfi^ , *h-- ru:i..)r to b-r- 1 terence to the NVar Times Elec-Act should be omitted from the TOO WLCH FREEDOM ^ HAii jPOiLED THEM. . ' j it hard to under.-;i,iii,i teal- j per ntepi!oTi of tlie �leaaUif i-f ireedoni (iiey -,n� on ; getic and untiring, physically and men tu- idea fnat the Kiv:ng of the voteUally. and although he felt 111, would to wonieu wou.d be detrimental to n,,^ gi^.^ but continued his streu-, hfe and .�nelal conditions gen- resulted in ! l''* Pa'si"* ^*te�l. He leaves a wife and large raniily to mourn his loss. He carried $1,000 of life insur- Mrs. t>ed Mooae Jaw. Dodd died recently at ftussia has l.'jst o''o j-. its peace treaty U iiolrs w^i* almut ti:n" fur 'I'mt^ky retting mad about if. franchise should remain a matter of provincial control with which the i .'ininlnion eov.-riiinent should not pre-siiine to interfere. ffon. K. f.emlfux .irgtied that as the people of Quebec .were not la favor of : gg^g a,,^ the measure, that province should not | g^^j ^^n; ^ if it ') te- A" 11r -1 lackiii� The rusli :hat attende.J iierman drive this spring in their latest push. .Soimone f-ays this Is due to the llritiah Lino and the British Lion be included In its operation-'strong support ot the bill came from represenf-itives of Ontario and western eon-�tituencies, while Evan Pra>ier. of Wellamt. scolded the houa^ for wasting time In discussing such nmt-tirs as wonieus' /rancbtse and titled. 11. iIujukUI the house should get down ,11 hu.-ine.= s and give Itg full Hupport to our boys and sons at the front." Till- preliminary business when the houffc mot was not important. ante, and leaves an estate of 2i)0 or , ,ino acres of land, which will undoubt-! ediy be well eared for by his sturdy �r�etic widow. The fun* faild in the Stake taber-1 J. M. Burnes. Victoria. 74, whUe' suffering from poor health, commit-, ted iiuickle. I A contract for a big freight shed to be built on the Government ducks, Vancouver, costing 1128,374. has: lat. The mortality from tuberculosis during tha last ten years in British i Columbia lua increased loO per cent. D*nocracy Is long suffering How loBjt. do you think, would (iPriuEii autocracy stand for alien enemy agitators, and aati-c'>n�criptloDi3f agitators such a.-) Canada has to deal witlC' O'Connor resigned because he believed he was not getting the support from tlift mBilsier of labor to which he believed he was entitled. We are Inclined to afrea with him. Ha had a man's slxe Job and needed all the support he could get. LATE B. C. GOVT. DIVERTED MONEY Toronto. April II-In tha P. N. It. en.|ulry it waa brought oat that tn a letter of October 24, 1�17, from Mr Oliver to Premier Borden, the British Columbia minister declared that through wilful wrong doing on tiia fwrt of the railway and tha lata British Columbia government, f. Hentall. erstwhile socialist candidate for governor, wan found guilty on two eoint.s of violatloh of the Espionage Ac; by a jury in Federal Court at .Minneai)Olis. \^ The striking employees of the Savage .\rnii plant at L'lica. .NY. which has been wholly given over to the matter of duty by iho cltliena of tlie district, will be taken over |�y some hospital unit or tiie municipality. The town fatlTers have seen #lt to hire a man and team who la constantly engaged in work on the roads and in iho repairs of the water mains. .Mr. Joseph Hall Is now employed by the town for this purpose the taxa ly decided that a nominal ^gaessmeat j jijne, it is expected that Judge voted to return to work. The customs cr^lleetor at Prince Rupert has been notified that further search for Lewis lilxon. Mud-son's Bay factor in lite Ktik�eh abandoned a-: hope^e-s T*ie Ottawa correspondent of the Alexander K. MacLellan, who died rece.nt'y at the Vancouver General Hospital, came to B.C. exactly fifty years ago. The plant of t}ie Godchaux Sugar company. Inc., at Reserve. Sjn., was de�ti^ye4 hy lire with ix luas of nearly half a million dollars. Dr.. Walter ,otii) In bills aad 140 ta itlTax. That there la no tam liter ahort-age in the southova lart oi Alberta U Indicated by tha fact that io date every appllcatloa for lanu halp has been supplied by tha Alberta provincial labor bureau racaatly aatabllahed In Calgary. asayor ^'/Jaadera MOUNTIEB LIVE TO TRADITIONS, Thare are many rutuors going �0NIKd that Abe Mounted Police, tha OKHit lauou^force of military v in (^Irtik America, are t. l*-waliia'�i>tlla'i�atar i fto MtllMlat at Um war liava al-rttfr aaUifad aad bava goaa o^ llpw. ffk^imw roil o(^a foroa la to i� fa to UM frant. tfcara aboali' lifl ' ' ��M�tloa of Um nuilia ley at YcMaataani, Wliat I.A8t week the Hun submarines got on)^ lour ships over 1600 ions. This Is as against more than 20 three weeks ago. Something must have hit the pirates. However we should not be loo optimistic, as the destruction i ''''A^ , , ,,  oy th. aeems to run In waves. | nb'^/ng^e'iEh.t^hi 'cTnadTlTC -- Ihem Rallwaf did anything arlthout Mister, get your hpe, get your hoe, � Iho full knowledge am approva) ot get your hoe, "overnment of tb� day." gei your no ^^^^ 1^^^^^ ^^^^ |a.lM,000 " I had been paid over to the company I when only |1,U2,000 had baaa oapand-It's ed on the seeoad llaa It would reqetre, be aald, trora |1. Make your garden grow, make grow, make it grow. Just slag that and practice it. the finest kind of exercise and It will lo a lot to put a crimp in the H. C, of L. ' 474,000 to tl.lll.OOO to ooiaplato this Tha Canadtaa Dally Record, the llt-aUara4 these advices ara raeatya4 tkrowk sacrat wlrslaif statloMt Ufut. Warlai Kiyf."'aito" in tha Southern l�sgiii~9^|qvaart�n. Tha monlclpal eoiiadl'idt~iijHi bas tba aOlSl ^-Mslaaae AdmijilHtratlon of tb*' OlMitHy at Waahiington a rapradaatiagt :a, Billas from Benbrook Flying Field, fireman, eeuaped death liy leaping while raaklag a sole flight. Weber's frohi their engine when the roamed body will be sent to bis home In Lon-1 beneath ' tlWlu �oIlap�ed Into an don, England. abandcraed coat mine near the aoUtb " ~ Wellingtoa- atation, Victoria. Oaorge Ii. Cooper, aged 32. an operator at the Trail smelter. Is doud the window frames, etc wUcb they bava.heen working oa toy tba'paat tbraa or four months Lat Bhookua H9aaa,.T�M'wsa^ktttod.ilt'M tO.OOu i.olts pasted thrdugh his body.! allegeil titti Utm abot iwas.jlrwl^ by, - I Tom's brother'la-J�w,.Boa( Lake Cbap.!| *ater Mackie, aged alx yeara. diad kjex-. ..  , . ' (j In tba haapltal aa the result of an ac- . , ' ' , Ji oldent which occurred tn Varabn. The eakferoiioa-^pprt qn tlie bill Along with a companion, Stanley Ford.----'^'-"^ ------^ --------- ' - aged four years, be found a case of iynamlta eapa in a vacant aback aear bit borne. * A^lral Sir WUllam Qra^t. com-MWderln-eblaf of the Imperial Mortal AaMrtcaa and West India* squadron, fB4 Admiral caiambert ara rlaitlDg in Ottawa, Tb�y bare been in confer-fioa wKh tba minister of the aaval garvlss. Hoa. C. C. Baltantyna and g^ar anambart of the govemBient. Tb* oonfaraaea, it bi aatd, will doabt-t(ia raauH in graater cooperation ba-fiaaa tba Iiaparial and Caaadian na-1*1 MtbOTitA. provldiaf tavana aenaltles for dea� tructlbu \M->i�t�H4�anoe w�li^pro^> tloa ot anaaHal .war, mataglala, Soa^ tatping tita eU{Ug� ylvlpg wqfkpaiJlM right to itH& tor b^r ^gaa  ,or wiurkinf tMWtMm; wa* ttHatiHt^r over to tba military at Toronto, la Juna, 1�1S, IMar daibrtad at Valear-tier, and bas baaa Uvtog la tba United Stotaa sbteT' ila was oiarHad since and eam� to Torontio last fal-urday toy-* vlatt, r 8tan4a la Parts. a ol Jaaa:�riAsa wMch tUa Plaaaidas Pmtttts. . 1 ; '.: ' / Miaa Carrlft Ooadl aibl'Mlg: dadld at Brantford. l|ltal>ll^.�M .Uw oldait cbiid ol :tba lato.-^Mi� 0,4inrl�d aasT adJaasMt haUd-Ingt wbaa the iHlla nngitltijtgaaiar Aanl* blow 4iii at bar �Ui CHy. .NHi...4iMt altar gnrMag 1^ Norfolk, a Tha vasaal vga taiilad iri^h ftoar aad-aagpr aad tba eaaaa qtf. tha axpldHoa JMnWM  �|Wt�l�)r� plse�varln| a. Wtlmoxa and ' adtitb ol Tola ,or|iK!a Daylo, PMtfttK^aebool dowatba wWI tf ^ ly. M [York, disevsaad tor l�tl m4  asinlstr} M foi aartaw antboritr (Br arraagsBMBtto ...^..Kf-WOACuS.JWhu. ;