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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - April 20, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta SECOND SECTION SATinDAY, APHII. 2 "f L tlif Herald S'ltnc time axil. Hh waH oii�> lit till' l>i>Mt l.iuiwn yoiitiB iiK'ii ot thin srnlntion nf mom thnn ^Orrtliinry Inffrfst lo local piopli'. i-m-porlally rHllriiiid mn thv VIrloriii Cross, won liy tin-lain V.I', ppio HobiMtson will bt-. prrHPnlf-d to his iiiollior. It is iindiT-Ktoorl His Miisiof J.ifut. (Inv Hrctt will make ih(>. prcsfjimt ion, I'lf Ilobrrtsoii wa� a IV 11. fireman on the I.irtdK�> division hefor" (nil"' InR. At the battle of I'ass^ liendat'ic on Nov, titli last he nisliod-ii. (iernian machlno Kun, Uilled or drove off the Run iTBW, oaptiire.l the Run .tiid tli�n turned It on the (Sornians. He r�UK>i> throuKb the onKaKement diirliiR the day and van killed Just a8 he wus nho\il to enter his trench for the iilnht. I'le ItoliertRon *ns ii Rreai f.ivorlte atnoni; local (' I* K. employees a number of whom will llkel> attend the session. lo fa- ilitate the s"f(|efiieirl of snLlirr-; iif He( lire Ilie advantM� of triiiiiiiif v>ith pn.clical finii"]s^ in jeilij. mj; cn-jt (if truiispin't.'Ifi'tri 'I'f. par"; >iiar.i lain.d; lie kI'-^ii �,!�']' d'�1aiU li iVe been v.ni i  li (iiir 1; r;if ' "inji.in'''uhicli \v|!! hi- ilnne .is llUirl.iv ;i ( tlOsHilllc .-X \cr' s\ i.,,p;|l|| 'III 1" iM-iPK was )jl\en Ici Mie nf the � ulilj.TM and a str(Jiur demn. v, ,i' eviile,,! to reronrll.' ill" \\ Iriej"',- f;i r;iil"f>ad li".! rie-.-. n- f,:r .-^m P'lh-iMi', witli tlie jialriotie tiinpnw. liii'ihcl 'llie arrHiiKetU'iii will be applleabie to the whole of (aii.'i'l.i nrid j .v:!! MfipU' anywTer*' fru'ii west f*. ens; ! nf "list to "e;| tlllif.>iti,lv ;.||.| V, , ) 1 1,. niiifi.riii as lielueeii lunviiirr ; i ll'lav.ti .\|ir,'! It !� nii.ieis.'m si (tli.'t ;;t.enMo:' ha^ h'"-v !-'i\rii hs .siitii.-Ilie ;inivirues in f oiiii".' t inn will: ,|,|;,.rs- selllenlerif to |i, . .^.el.slii.ll nf iniiiiie- (if iarnier. iiiiiit In the v.c iMii pi(i\ inis's I laiiil setllenient of ,s(ilrli'l' .1 scl..,t|n.; p 11V flK 11' itl IOIIIImI .1= isllel fill- �| his IS t;." ��a," :i' I'a � i'l M.iinlntsi. li\ 'll" soldieis s"! I l..iiii.m Tliejc Sa"!. llc'lev ,pi ,�;!.! Alle:'i .\in .. I e" 11 la t inn s pMiyide the iHSi. eilm n iri i(� ini; laufl or nb- 'i: itifoi ei.T inn ihinacli ii;-' in ai v. i t.iimci.'; entry_ may appl\- Ilin riKlii. ad by the trooptt when going to Ih" treniheti. and are used for bridfiiPK shell holes. REM STORES SATURDAY NIGHTS GAUNTLET OF STRIKE PICKETS Only two tnen had the nerve to run the Kimrd of pUkets pouted by the striking I'.ilrral mines todiiy. and pro duetion at the mine Ir practically iit a HtandNtlll. If is said that tin- union officials ninde stronK efforts to persuade these men to Uesiat working. t'hief Hardy of the ilty polUc force investigated conditions ubotit the mine last nijrht and reported everythin.^ (lUlet. Whether tlie guaidlnif ofWhe mine is a Dominion or a provlnflul affair is a mu a matter for the Ottawa r.'ov ernment. it Is argtied.  'ominissioiier Armstrong in cliart^e of operations in Distriif No. Is lias finished his cfrnference on ^'eneral matters at flttinva and on his return it Is expected he will endeavor tO bring about a settlement of the strike. ? HAIG'S CONGRATULAtlONS London. .April L'e. - rield M'.vr.-hal Sir Honglas llaig. the-Mrltish conutiander in ehief. has sent (tingratiilatlon.^ to (Jeneral Holland anil all ih'-ranks of liie liist corps on i)i" "gallant, ai!-' sii'-ceysfni kii-In whii h all the eneiiiy s attacks weru repulsed \ejtoi---day.- .J. ? ? This niPssaRe apparently refers i;i �I'liiirsday'-i figliting in whii !i the llritisU on the soutli-ern siile of the l,ys battlefronl ii��li firm nKainsi liesptiraie nil-day iilliicks by the Cermans on the Civunchy-St. Venant line. FACILITATE GETTIN b Special Arrangements to Be Made For Their Transportation Ottawa. April 2i>.- lO'fovt" have been in progre.ss for some time liy tlie soldier setMeiaent iiourd tn .-erttre re-(liii-eil transportation for return.d sol-iiiers desiring to settle nn land or work with farmers. A (Onferencr* was held y(>stenl,>y at Ottawa between the geiuaal isi-seimev i traffic managers of the railway ( om- [ panies and Hon. Arthur .\|e-,i;heii, min-i ist(!r of the inferior, tl;e deputy min- j ister of the departiaoiit of iniei ior ami i the chairman of the soiiii.ns seitl(>-| mi-'r.t hoard. It is uodi rstood ih:it Fat-i.ifactory arrangeuierits Iwve been arrived at, which wUI do a great deal Excelsior Twin Motor Cycles Henderson Four New and Second Hand Machines For Sale Large Stock of Parts on Hand Always Sidecars M. PRIEST 322 6th Street South Accessories }|�tall itoreii In I^ethbri'lge may be kept opop until !>.3l� on Saturday evenings. That Is Die ruling of Chief Inipector McUeod who baa rharge of ' the enforcempnt ot the Factory Act. . Secretary Oliver of the Board ot Trade was raade arquaintml Ihls morning with the niKng of the rhief inspector, and a meeting of the executive �>f the local braneh of the Retail MerchantR Association was called to dlscuHK the news. The retailers derided that tho deciRion would in no wiHe affect the plan to grant th� clerks a Wednesday half holiday during the months of May, June, July, August and September. The inspector's ruling that retail �tores in IhlR city may extend their ' (lay RhlftH on Saturday until D.3I) is made in accordance to an amendment to the act paHRod at the last session ot the legislature. It will be well re-(elved in the large trading centre ^ about Lethbrldge. for. with the busy summer Reason already under way, the i furmerR are already beginning to make ; UR4 of the Saturday evening shopping hours. Th� HtreetH.on Saturday even-1 ins are iMglnning to show all the activity whicb characterized them last ^ Rummer, making Saturday the big hopping day of tho week. A.P.P. TELL FARMERS OF STOLEN GRAIN Miller Got Away With it And Farmers Didn't Know^Is Committed / A few of the farmers In the Card-ton district admit that tlte A. H. P are on the Job. When Herman 11. Miller, picked up the other day on chflfRes ot wheat stealing at Jardston, was taken down the other evening for B preliminary hearing before Magistrate B. N. Uurker, he told o( a number ot places from which ho had taken grain. Detective Heskoth went out | and investigated, aiul In five of the | tlisea the tarmers ^lld not know that ! Uiey bud lost any wlieut until asked to luveBtlgate their bins. In one curb, It Ih understood, a couple uf wagon loads had been taken away and the ' farmer knew nothing about It until the detective usked the owner to In-vettlgate. I Miller -was commttlcd for trial on ' R�ren tounts ot grain atealing. and was brought back to the provlaclal tall hero to await his trial INTIRNAL EXPLOSION WasMngton. April 20.-The American iteamthlp Floran.'te H., was blown up In a Prracb port by SB Internal ezploslou at midnight, April 17, accord-ing to dyicai received today by the navy department trvm Vice Admiral Binu. R��orta . indtcnte that tblrtytour o? tli*/ omw of gpproilmately 75 were ^ reacued.  Wh�n the Unit�d States Government asked for help in the manufacture of munitions the Studebaker Corporation placed their entire pl^ts at their disposal. Today over 50^c) of our plants are being used for munition purposes. With the result that our new models nave been delayed. However we have two carloads o"h the road now and are advised that regular deliveries will be made from May 1st. Our new models have created a great sensation wherever shown, and those who have seen the Light-Six demonstrator we now have on hand have without exception pronounced it the classiest ca r that has ever been shown in Lethbridge at'anywhere near its price, $ 1795.00. %ipments of the Light Four will begin May 1st. AHhough our Competikort are mtkiBf ttattmiBtt to the contrary. We will have a Big Six in our first carload, and we promise you a geniiine sensation when you tee it. A FEW VITAL POINTS THAT YOU MUST CONSIDER- You know how hard it is even now to get anything from across the border by express or freight. What will it be if the embargo goes on> We have our Canadian branch with parts enough on hand at the present time to take care of Studebaker cars for a long time to come. And further than that over $50,000.00 worth of those parts are in Alberta TODAY to take care of your wants. Consider what that means to the owners of Studebaker cars. ' What do you want to spend your money on, ACTUAL CUARANTEED SERVICE OR WAR TIME PROBU^S* \ The GreJiam Motor Co.  Hi �I', 371?6?93 ;