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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - February 23, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE FOURTEEN THE LKTHBRIOGE DAILY HKHALD SATURDAY, FEBUUAKY 23, 191* ITALIAN LINER DODGED A SUB I Meeting Held To Discuss Problem of Vacant Lot Hardening i An Atlnntio Port, Feb. 23.- How the master of an Italian* passenger liner, the Dante Aligh-ierj, dodged a fleet of submarine lying in wait for him in the Mediterranean by venturing a midnight passage through an uncharted channel between a small island and the Span sh coast, was r ed by passengers of the ship on her arrival here today. II. IW. PLOT BLOCKED IN CAN. LUMBER CAMP Purt Arthur. Out., I>1>. Twmty- (Mgln iWu. the majority of. thrm nl-loped 1 - W. \Y. mpmbvv* from 1 hc I'nitiHl Siatc.^ hold up the foreman of lone of the Russell Timber ('omi)aiiy's | fiinips iiiul forced him io sign a loner | in tlit* head office of the company in i Port Arthur staling' that tlu* rutting ' season for pulp wood at thai rump was completed. The men wore brought Plans for \ ucuin lot gj rdtauiii� ;m I-eOibrJUcre weiv- discussed nf ;� sperriii conference between the city eomin:.*-siouors, PresiiienT \\a rnoeh of U'.e Board of Trade, Mrs. DeYrver. Mis. Simpson and Mi*.* Hawuen of the Ia>-cat Couueii of Women and Superintendent Fairfield in the mayor's offk-e on Friday alto: mum. Various jrherncs ' fcrjfp.o were broached, but after a long eou- ^ NEW JUDGES TO BE NAMED IN MASK. Ottawa. J'Vt, as.--H(roium*MnIod appointment to the new courts in SasK-J aldiowan am shortly to he submitted.! to the rnbinot council and prohnblv will be completed on Minula v. The appointments will he ten In mmilirr. Six judges go to the new court of King's! Ueur.lt ami four to the new eourt of appeal. Of the U�n, hnewver. only four will he now judicial appointments, as the. members of the present supreme eourt in Saskatchewan six: in number, lire to, he divided between *he two court*.. These are: Chief Justice Haul-lain. II. \V. Newlatuls, .!. S I.amout, UP IN LETHBRIDGE to Tori Arthur from Puhnh and were;.!. T. Rrcwn. K. 1*. Klwood. and James J j under contract with the timber * mil- j .McKay. With the .creation of the twoj j pany and were to h-> refu'ndod their; new courts. the supremo court oft i fares when the tuttitm season was ! Saskatchewan is abolished ! over. The plot was frustrated by t he foreman making' a trip over the b-e under cover of darkness and informini: ihe head office of the affair. NEW RECORD IN HOGS � ideraiiou the conference came '.o the conclusion thai \ery little mere could jciepnuea for Calgary to join tlu he done than was d�i;r by the people ! BaMery Pepot. voluntarily last >v�r owing io the; (>l)^ exceptionally interesting Ke-cruitUig has picked up in Le'b-� the last week and a number of j Sl.mUl)r wiiioughby of Moose Jaw, �a. *U^L (killed by rhe overrnrniav of a load of !cuai which he was taking to his far.n near Neepawa. Man. j young men from this locality great cost of pumping water and the is U;a: of J. \V. Howe, of iV.air ease :ore. Chatham. Out..-Feb. 2". What is be-1 : tieved to be a ne>w record in Canada William Willuiighby. Jr.. uephew o''lior hog prices was made on the local � market when a shipment of hogs j through $-0.25 a. hundred. Nearly every j large Canadian packing prm had a representative on the spot to secure some of the lf�n fine animals offered. fact that during the ho; mouths the rplis\oung man is iroing "over there" pumping plant is working to rapacity � ^ seL.oml |lmt>; Ho^e h'.IUted in i and canuo; supply more was the ca^e la>i year. Community Gsrden There i? a possibility huwerer. th.it either a community ^srdet.. or a number of small pr;\ave garden pUus. \v\\\ be set a?idc in *!.� souiheasr corner Henderson Park, wher.- i; is believed .JiU'i ;uui after serving m Trance voir wry sent home beer.us''1 � : an in jury :�> his rye and due to his umb r ^inee his eves haw tooverod I" I* 4- Howe has tried tu enlist several times but was turned down because he was not old enough. Recently he attained the required age of In and a half some seven to ten acres can be irrl-j years and forthwith joiued the TStU Rated from the ditch rnmmig into Hen-1 Baltery. "Blairmore is too peaceful The crtv will secure de-jfor me." says Howe. i derfon finite information on the possibilities, j and this will be laid before the Local : Council of Women a; titer * meet ins: ' next month. If ihey desire to take the . scheme up the city wlJl do all possible. � Another case is that of Ebeuezer ; Walter?, of Chinook. Wallers served 1:' year:* in tin* Royal navy and is a veteran of the South African war. The j war fever seized the veteran at the beginning of the war and he shipped as gunner on a merchant vessel. Re-f so far from the eity. The com mi?- j cently he returned to Chinook and Mouers thought thai .if the people has again answered the call to the col-would cultivate their buck gardens as ors. joiuing the battery, intensively n* possible, and also the George Hazel of CoaldaJe, and Leon ungrassed boulevards r.lnu much could |-Rll?sei 0f Granum are new recruits in be done. In this contraction Mayor jthe artjHery. "E. II. Steel�""has joined The objection to the use at this land, which i? easily irrigarile. is that it is Hurdle said: "Tell the people to go , tne Royal Flying Corp U. S. RAILWAY BILL ;ihe-ad and cultivate ail they can ;u .the eity. We will not ^top them taking water un/il the pumping plant has .reached its limit and we have to do so  for protection purposes." The city council, the mayor said. was considering plans for receiving applications to have ploughing of boulevards and vacant lots done in the spring by ihf� city at actual cost. I . _ Garden Truck W. II. Fairfield is rather of the opin-; Washington. Feb. 23.-The admin-ion that the people in the city should j istration's railway bill, passed yester-ooucentrate on garden truck other than | day by the senate, moved rapidly for-poiatoes. The district exports pota-! ward in the house today, with debate l way of production, can be done than j early next week and leaders expressed if the growing of potatoes were made ; confidence that the difficulties in the the feature of the garden work. } senate and house drafts* will be quick- � ly adjusted in conference. ! With the exception of an eleventh +  + hour amendment, adopted at. the sug- v ! gestion of Senator Cummins of Jowa BYRON'S GRANDDAUGHTER v !'aud providing government control for ! many short line'* railroadi, the bill  of iht London A correspou ma> be nou- : rapidity of her pen and ink drawings ,.!� tat!f !d berfo^ ,he ** , i-could never have been guessed from 'h?.ll.rflt �"lns oC,lhe court 58 t�.bel rtheir minute perfection. An architect- j �eld m ?ll�*.a- ^'.P.'T0" J-urtl drawing clone hy her at the age!\er? or ln {?.ls "f111^' shou.ld sfnd,, *ot 12 WAB hung in the Royal Academv ! names direct to tne president of | p-he beautiful liot.^e at Crafcbet Park ! ' !l.,;..f;0!V'f' ,L,e,lt: ( oI" H" D' lmm^ { militia headquarters. I was designed by her. That her artls-itii: and literary gifts are pot better Ilcnown io the -world at large is due to j her absolute fearlessness, and rhe. 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