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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - February 2, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta VOLCiWK. XI. LGTHBK1DGE, ALBEHTA, SATCJiDAV. FKHRUARY L\ 191K NTMBMIi 1") 00 + *�*****4mI in pa\ moro than $L!'."i a day for thi.- Has.-; of work. A nother assert ion by w � .st *� r11 men wa * thai the C.F.K. was Tciliif i:: ii hour?; in the west for /heir mechanic.i! staff, owing t� shortage of employ- j muni. This, it was stated, shows that '** ! v V V --------n * *:� > > > > :� * :* *: *f V ? REINFORCE SWISS . TROOPS ON BORDER . -�**^""�-' ..... , ; .......meiu. This, it was stated, shows that , ; ; are covered m an amhor aiivi: report [uv ,n Mjc UI,.,(miJ dLtrilm- ? t made available today by the nonunion ' i,.,,,,,. I v SEVERAL MEMBERS i ion of labor. Conscription of Labor In regard to compulsory farm Iwho? i ! (Loudon, Feb. i.'.- Addressing a^ueel- ! Ing ot nirmcrn hern yostorday. Kow- { land I.0o swept over, said air Prothero. Tho farmers wfji'p fold that they Iiad lo make! drastic cliangos in f.lmir methods. Thi*re worn only onougb oats to feed working horses on reduced rations after nudcing1 allowance for mining stocks. Mr. I'rothnro continued. Tbor� wuk no concentrator! food for ouads, teu shillings a ton. POLISH Want to Leave Russian Arrtiy and Return Home, But the Huns Stop Them BEEN ARRESTED 'Trades and l*abor i'onncil after con-j sultiition witJi.ineinlK-rs of the Rovorn- JUf i; all local unionsin th l.wnnnion. j[hj. ,[K.:ii provinriaI rcpn^-Mlativcs i ;% Nationalixatfon Railroads j t\u\ make :i suggestion of that charne- Tlie labor men asked for tho nation- \ ter. The suggestion in�>t with the ui\- nr *TL IP niCT IIWIV 1   \ \ 1 ' ,a, ' Ulfc Boverntti�-ui m ibis iin-oo govei-nmont. troops under l.'tmenti Man>jtion. the government wer- requested nerhe/tn .'ire making goorl progress to- iiocrcaie a central control poard which ward the souih, defeating detachmeiUK :'would operate tho road.- a� a unit dur-of the red guards and the Russian Kol- i]'^r i],fi sheviki 071 their wav. The faking of; rilmrt.age of labor lor railway mam-iNristiue^tad was of especial vnluo as 1 temmce was reganled by ihc labor it gives the government troops ncco,^ Tou as being largely a myth. State-to a harbor and helps to solve th.j i meats were maite- by the Canadian | concensus of "pmion aomiiL-problem of feeding the troops. Kv 0(^- ! vice-president of. the Maintenance of , ministers that ('onsenpinm ol larm cupving Tavastehusm. General Man- j Way Employees, who represented over ! labor would be impracticable, ncrheim }mh cut railway communion - ^n ibonsaml men, that i.lie j-aihvays tion from llelsingfors to'Tammcrfors. j w*fi themselves rcsponsilile for the The victory of the Red Guards along the Kemii" river can bo only tempor- ; ary because tins is allotted to the rear ' of tin* government troops and it must be assumed that General .Yiaimerheim can detach enough men to overcome resistance there, which is offered chiefly by Russian garrisons who have no mean? of obtaining further sup- ?. rdiim" t o a t'en-1 11'a 1 Vt'W:; flcst ch i'l'ntu A m.-.t "rd:i 'U \ tooay. Thi-ir faihne o, >-�t \\r\\, ii :s ' aunocMcc.f. wi'il )) pUJii*'i;c(! ;u:i erdiug  in uiiiitiirv disi';plin'\ Serious ftiotinn London. Fe!). ��� >>Tiui liarher wtirks arc on ; strike, t he despot ch report s. Strikers irJnil Jhe railv-ay leading to one of the factoi in--. nf New York state no ruier 01 a Inr-1 A( sieim-i.'.si-.uli. a suburb uf Span- A lied , t . . t t .............................. - ...... ijh- throwu. i hen he becomes subject to , ou[ )>rp.U( (..)rt^ the law just UUe airy other citizen, ac- ! Military 'charged Crowds Amsterdam, Feb. 2.--The uei.v>pap- N'ew Vork. Fob. '2D.- t'nder the lav.*; m .\otv ioi-k stare no ruier m ^ nil-. A( a suburb uf Spi eigu natjon can be pund while be re- 1 a.inye. today from the German capital. Work is ;-aid In ! have liet'p rommed at l-inmbiirg and � Danzig. Km the moist part traffic ! was nu'ln'niin'fj \\\ �m orderly manner. i I OLIVER OROPS HIS Toronto, Keb. 2.-A Dublin cable to! tho Globe today says: j "The belief is prevalent that the; Sinn Fein laciirs in South Armagh arej inspired from New York. Traiuloads' of armed Sinn Kein volunteers arc. moving from all parts of the country. Do Valern, has announced defiantly that the Afueartauites have decided to dominate the constituency and arc massing forces at strategical points Ottawa. Feb.- J.-The food control-i the statement adds. Hubbcalion of ler's regulations in, control of Canad- all tin newspapers haw l>een rc-nnu-L inn mills automatically prohibit the Wnnts. Govt. Overthrown manufacture of farina. Cream of I Uunhm. Feb. i!.-One of the leaflets ( former member, was elected by a vote j "wheat ny similar products. Addition j which was Hrr-ulaH'd m Berlin ami I ot S^rin to 2.->::l' for George AI ay. the j :ij regulations wliich have just been i helped to .^iori the strike in Germany ) cv-operajirf candidate. | announced provide that upon written has been obtained by the Auislcnhtm ; anplicatiou the food controller muj correspondent- of the Daily grant permission to mills to manufae- i The b�allop. rnll*s the government's ox-nire what is known to the trade as farina for children and invalids. The regulations also"provide for an C. P. R. SIR. IS SUNK There was no loss of life and two defrayers took off^he crew. The other and puii stations and seducing the far-; vessel in the accident sustained little mers by the land Tax. ft' the Nation-1 damage. alists win the rister Nationalists arc j The'steamer Montreal, reported sunk not. to be so lightly put otf by ummi-, . ,,. . dation by armed mobs, ami large!111 01,lllsu,n- was a ^""tnii! forces of police armed with rifles and. railway sieamer. bayonets are in the constituency." annual license fee of $10 for all mills of 10u bbl. capacity or less a day. This Lomlon. Feb. L\~The steamship l'^ ^ increased by ?5 for every ad-, , , , , . ,, . luitiomtl l'�0 barrels or traction there- Montreal has been sunk m a collision.! . {[W paritA- up to a maximum pressed desire for peace only a mask, and dccla"c :\ straight run or full 1: ' U. S. Speeding up Construction of These Necessary Boats Now lie for Germany, cun 11 halt be called to the international butchery and a general peace be brought about, "Workers! Let us prepare for ait immediate, stiff-necked and determined action on masse. This is the only way to end the tnrno-'nis and misery wo are suffering. "The battle cry must be 'l>own with a scpun'.tr pence,' delay 110 longer, German workers, men and women, (alike, hut net and a'.'i with vi^or, sparing nfcne. Above all., we must not delay. Now is the time to strike a tor- por cent flour, extraction or� riirisioii m-j.lhle bioW." oi; patents., clears or low grades being! H.UYUl v_WYi,fi expressly prohibited. Washington. Fob. ii.-The new flee! of American submarine chasers' \vill be augmented by a lmtft Amsterdam, Feb. ^.-Uerliu evening pomlont semis an excerpt from an editorial of Vor-j waerts, which appeared again Krld&.v I after being suspended. The Yurwaerts says: ; "We do oof waul the disruption of Germany or civil war. We want the imvuvmueul to understand the standpoint, of ;i. majority of the people. It newspapers just received here state I { hs a simp)." {iiiarrel between those who every day | that Wilhetm Dittuuin. mom-w'ten the cycle of production n- com-i her of liw reichstag, was arrested Valcartier and Uorden military camps, 1 bilitation committee for which .1. 11. was volunteer manager and G. Fred I Falk, Salvation Army chief of staff, re-Vfcurson, Halifax, was chairman, faced [ports, a tremendous scries of t:�sks. They Jjad lo make repairs partially ruined ^ houses; (dear up tiie ruined area and salvage material thai might be useful;*' eliminate the possibility of a 1'evur epidemic from broken drains; plan and i construct apartments for thou- Amsterdam, Keb. 2.-Two captured British airmen, th^ Tages Zeitung says, have been sentenced by a German courtniarna! to ten years' imprisonment for dropping a hostile pro- Thc emergency eommitlee'R records show that nearly .IV.bOn blankots and l,8tt'i MUiltft were distributed. Twenty thousand people, ciu'ae a percentage of them fakers, werfi cdoth-ed by the clothing committee, C W. Ackhurat. chairman, relates in bis ve- *aiH\ refugees who could not be nous--port. Chicago, Feb, 2.-America, through the use of the Liberty motor, will decide the supremacy of the air in the world war, according to Majo/ L. C. Eckenfel-der, of the French military mi*, sion, who' sooke here today. l�lel,ei The first vessel has already ben started in^the fabricatinjL; shops at the Ford Motor-Company plant at Detroit. 1 Construction will irft by stages. Materials that ko into construction afe ed^into one end rff the plant as rapidly as it is planned to produce the com-pieced product ar the other. The whole number of boats contracted or will be under construction simultaneously -at one stage. The boats will j elumulion in Gcvmunv. ja� labriealed at the Kord planl,. _ . I progressing by stages until they are Want Reprisals j launched at Detroit, to be brought Loudon, Feb. 'i.-Reprisals are do to the sea via the /-anal system am] oianded by the Daily Mail for the uv- inland waterways. They will measure tion of the German military author)-j linn feel, and displace about "�0<) tons. when he a'tempted to address u crowd j in a suburb in Merlin. Protest Arrest London. Feb. -.-A ni'-iional demonstration is heir,.;' organized in Germany as a prcrcst asuinsi the arrest of Hcrr want peace by might and those who want, peace by understantliuK.'' Tim Cologne Volks ZoiluuK, de-j nouncini? the SocialistK. says; f "H is evident that the Social Democracy considers the time has come to realise its programme by acts of violence. It wints to tear the reins from lmtman. an Kxchange Telegraph des-* th? n?n