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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - April 13, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta PACB TWBLVB THE LETHftWpOB DAILY tgBALD SATURDAY, APRIL 13, 1(118 JEV'ISH HtCHUltS POR THE BRITISH'ARMY bfislon !n New York fny. BK svorn in ;i{ the Hritli>Ii and Cinailiaa RecrultlUB Ml�- P N R HAH PflOR Hi ' ir.rn jii  \f h twclvr we^ks" e.ianiiu.itlon of th�> ^''!>ii n>!1�>� of Canadian Sorthern Kailroad be'v.CMi I'ort Arthur. Onturin. iin ! - Mmi-ion Junrtion. Aim. �.\\>> ilii f WltnP!'^ lieforp the r N. K, iirlu'rH Won Ifoard today. Mr. Baloch i-.ili! th:.; t i.-^ inspocflon Wan part of Profesicor St jinN invtMti-Kation for the I>rByton-Aivvt)rth com-inUaiun whlrh ilprlrirt il the (" N' H. atock had im> value ll�> wdh to luakf n� rapiil a survey a� pussllil' ani! was not Jo take dpprM-tatirin Into innsil-.-; of badly kiiiJ;�d �ixiy pounil rails. (Vi the S.iokatoon-Munson line tSi?r� wan a lot of kinkpd rail. The \v!l-n*i. JVroio, April It.-In tb* -ing Intoslrattftg iiauoiwcontr.try to the prohlbttton act. Hh Honor Judg* Tkomton. tht� norain# dismissed, the ccmcd. hoMlog that there was not urflrient eritienre the bottles found In hia feoiise, ooninlnpd Intoil-rallnx JlqtMini, thuini; the appeal from the Juatke court at I MIrhel. TB* other partlet, mhn llvptl wllli Raiarra. who are charsxi with keep-liilf Itqnor. were aot put on trial, ami iiitirh of tho eridenrc addupod in the trial of iCrniacra wa� tduilfied t>y con sent of roiina�l on both ^Ides. h\it thp I Crown took the precaution nf havInK 1 the liquor In one of tho bottlea whicii figured In Ae tirat trial, uualyied by an euert from the Kemie Brewery who found that the liifior contained 6 and a half per cent, of spirits. This point aettled. the ai-rused parties were allowed to go until Tuoadny. the J6th instant, when they tvill reappear for continuation of the f:i8P� against tliptn. The boys of the V S K. T,. assisted by the Olrla' Daaket Hall aooiety, gaye \ an eniertalniAent in the basement of the Methodist t'hurch last niRht which | brotlght out a large att'ndiince to witness the feats pertormod by the boy.t and girls. Vnder the dtrattUon of Mr. Jos aeveral exhibitions of (lub swinging, and other teat* and shared with their boy competitor* for honors, their toll portion of praise from the Tory apprrciatlve audience, I Financially the entertainment scored a ^decided auccess for the young people. tAva it WAS QAnakto Atneterdam, April IS.-An official, telegram from Vlentia sajra tlie letter of Bmperor qi^Rrlea to l>rlnhe regular monthly meeting o� the they will turn fh�lr timeplecea atiea.t ^oard of directors of tl-.o Y. M. C. A. to thrcB o clock. Then Stetween 3.04 I �"l night. After the usual | and O.06. fast time, the e�act Uma i business routine was disposed of. wiil come over the wires direct from I qnestlons were brought .Montreal, Just as it does every day c0�.ooo waa not the Canadian North ___,__________,_______ em but aa MRal conception of what Arthui--lheir life Is ended. Thev are [ i"*' "* The engineer and con- a be according to the /not In use now," replied the witness.'''"^'""' e�f'> .fain will �et their There was a station too, at Fort �althP9 correctly to the second with William, which was put In at a con-! 'h* Montreal time_ .^Uleratlon.'' ahertafa aallatt Toronto. April An outstanding , feature of yesterday's sitting of tne govfmment arbitration board rharg- used even aftpjr dl: Jn"p�^tors gc>t _ back fiom the fipl.I with the kiww id wiVb the Uak'oVvaining .--'u ledge that ttere wero sags' in the 1 re.i tbousaifd ^ares of Canadian road liPd not sJiown in iho jirofil- and Northern Katlv^y stock was the eri tbat the rjadl>-il was often narrower ^ dence of BurtoB Hill. Inspector of rail than tho cross section'. 'The road bed was narrow as a rule.' said Mr. B?.\oob. "Therp were n good many sags." i , Thc> main line from Port Artmir to EUmonton was the l>ei-� part of the line he went uver. "The C. S. R. roa'ih?i! waa not vridc enough to hold the ballast." suggested :.Ir. Tllley. "That was certainly the ca�>� for the moat of It." On the branch lines tbr rails werf' alia^ther llght-^.rt or pound raSlt Soma were olA and some wern and staiPil that thero was a,_gecpral shortage of ballast on i tho c' .\. Br linos i� car( d with! otlior roads. A� a rcsiilt of thi%. deprocintlon woald i>egin to show v.-ithln n yoar. llo .'."clarpd that the (' N. R. was In a npgl*cted condition as comparod with lUher 'road*. Sir WllUam Meredith, (h -"--m o' iho board suggested !nst bo Cure ad-loiirnment that six or sevt-n tnglnccri be veiected to make a tesi of luo ro*-. ! a' variook iioints to bo fiejocted hy, l�Jth th*- govfirnment and company., s ticked over the telegraph wires. They will then compare their timepieces between them-solvp.^ and also with the dUpatcher on duty at division headquarters. After signing a speclai^ arder form they ^ill then proceed with their trains. All trains whiek are an th* road at two ��iock tonight will run one hour late from tliat time tiii they reach their dosiiuation. RIOTING AT HAGUE I^ondon. Ajiril 13.-According to a Reuter disjia'ch fvoia The llkgue. there was rioting there on Thursday, several shops being pillaged during the demonstration. The police and soldiers charged the mob which re plied with stones. Several of the' crowd wora wounded ana tniich prop trty was damaged. before the board. The secretary aak-ed for authority to arrange with the school boards of the city a co-operation by which every s, hool boy in grades 5, 6 and 7 who cannot swim will be brought to the Y In classee and there taught the an, free of all of France's allies, says tht Petit Parislen. It was unanimously decided, the newspaper BdAp. at an interallied conference which was hold shortly after that there was no occasion to act on the emperor's suggestion. OENCRAU rOC*A 4OMiHAN0a ALMtO ARMIta. \} Vovh. ChM of th* i1r��eh-0�|Mni1 auff and the French thM inter-Ally Suprela* War CowtiU, at Veraaitlea. hiui bJ Uatmu of iOl thu AlUtNt onatoa ia wqatara theatre uf th< porOinaiid bar or EMPLOY OUR QUICK REUABLE SERVICE Our big furniture van lyidtauto van insures careful handling with no jarring or scratching your piano or furniture. Charges reasonable. THE MdlAN TRANSFER 313 aiXTH STREET 80UTH PHONE 1Q�7 Wear your clotlies another s^orv Oet all possible wear ' out of them. We will put your clothes in shape for many-more months of service. Scnc< us your dresses, waists, skirls and  also your husband's , clothes. We'll renew them for^ you. Our cleaning and dyong service is most economical. A phone call will bring us. Our City Dyeing and Cleaning Works ni�i�444 / 418 Fihil St s. ;