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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - April 17, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGB POUR. THE LETHBRTDGE DAILT HERALD WEDNESDAY, APRIL 17,1918 lettotidde Derate XctbbrtOac, alberta i OAILY ANO WEEKLY Proprietor* and Publishers (THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD PRINT-INroChenient with the enemy. 1 "� "That I wag and remain hostile to ajjf activity other than conciliation Arid restoration/-' he adds, "I proved iff {he definite resignation ^ toy di- That new city truck is about as much out of place collecting garbage as would be the proverbial bull in a china shop. ZHsenbrand. Mrs. Eisenbrand, who , declared she shot her husband be-! cause of his cruelty is the twenty-j | third woman acquitted on a murder charge In Cook county in the past three years, [ RADICALS IN S. A. Cape Town, Apr. 16.-(Via Reuter's Ottawa Agency).--Minister of Railways Burton*- addressing the Transvaal farmers, vehemently denounced the republican propaganda which is reasserting itself owing,to the present European war situation.1, He reaffirmed that the government would not change its war policy, even If It stood! atone as ton men. ' Ail who ralued the constitution and national honor should stand close in the ranks against treason and dishonor.' They wero prepared to cast this thing out by the crop of the neck if necessary, South Africa, he declared,/ had no cause for dissatisfaction with Great Britain which had fully carried out its promises. Nationalists, 'like, the Sinn Pelnors, only stood for egotistical isolation. He concluded: "Hands off our constitution and flag;; this is sacred ground." The speech was loudly cheered. C. N. R. VALUATION Toronto, Apr. 18.-An effort ny-W* N. Tiller. ic.C, chief awernment: counsel, io establish that even >