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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - March 2, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta CfE RIGHT THE LETHftHflVCK DAILY HERALD SATURDAY, MAnCH 2, 1018 R WITH SOLDIERS; .(ConUnucd troni front pago) dor the net whosn ability to farm Is not! i o�tftbIl3lieU. Jn the aise cf those with-' . out luoney' who ilosiro to partlcliwto In '� loan, it win be noKcsHury before tho board crtn paas on the ,^BOQess^ry r.rraugemeiits. J;-' A survey braiuh i\" the hoar.i hr.ri Tibeen formed to siiiicrvise !!i(> in~iic-tloji and classlf!('A:ioii of I'.iiiiir.ion �liuids to determine tln-if viluo aiul eultabllity. The work of valuaiimi and J turliig of It, mlitht be held for tlient. I In-.medlato.Jy after visitlnn the weat-f.n provinces, ineDi'jcr.^ of Uin boanl wlii visit the capital!) of the other pro-vjui to consider tlie anestlon ot or-iM:ii:;.itioii In each provinco It also is I'lMp.-.sOil to hold a ciircn-iuHi between I'-.Mvir.clal and federal representatives til consider prol)!oir:.>i of soldiers' settlement and agricultural trainInK ne- WILL REGOLATE N SOLOe PARTIES Government Makca it Easier To Get Information; Advice Insufficient claastflcatlon of land cannot l)e prop-' c;>rdiug to the needs of, the dit"fere;it erly done while the snow Is on the ; lirovlnccs and iho host methods ofca ground. Work on tills will begin as ,iioon us the snow ffoo.i. Tho ngrlcultnral trnlnhiK of soldiers It will bo easier In future to Kot itiforniatlon alnnit tlia iHcoining par tics ot returned soldiers, been considerable coinpliiint for soino tlrtio past on tho score of In .Mrs. lialph Smitii h,-..s introduced a ! sufficient advice In regard to tho operation. J3 receivlne .special consliieraiion. .\o : mininiuiu wage law tor women in tho dates and personnel of llie.^o soldier nppUcatlons o.�n be cn�ntcd a loan un-1 B. C. legislature. j parlies, and tho criticism has been Rewards, adf|rei2atinti $1,117.00, offered by ropare llata of the men on the ship, giving ac I curate intormation as to their twmea and addresses, with tlio nnraos and addroasos also ot their rolatlvos In Canada. As soon as tho transport reaches' port this liiforinntlon will bo banded over to a special j off leer, who will ijrepnTo telegranis tor tha roturned soldiers' commission !n each province. The telegrams will Thero has '�I'so carry tho names of the persons whom the soldiers wish notified o( tholr returning, so that there niay he full Information about the tltne of tholr arrival. la this way. It l� hoped, tho dltflctilty experienced : heretofore'will ^e satisfactory over-1 coino. and there will bo loss of sus-^ penso and lincertalnty than has been., ALBERTA lEGURS ((NlN riNllKli I'liOM FnoNT .PaOK) See Olpping Below ARRESTS FOLLt)W KITCHENER'S DEATH (Continued from Page 1, Col. 7.> and among the papers seized was a torn folded and worn "scrap of paper." . Inspector Donlan for the first, time in his many years of service bowed his head in defeat. He was completely baffled and the hidden message of theuncanny jumble of letters remained a profound nivstery. FIRST REWARD $300-00 See Illustrated List of Rewards- Vht first reward nlU be awarded to the contestant vrhu ohtaina the largest number of points. For (nstanco. 50 points can b� obtnlned by sendinft In the correct answer \o the m%*ster|ous niesftafte. . Then there *irc .{O'tKtlnts ftlven for (^enerrnl neatness, liandvtTltlng. apellinfl, punctuation, etc.; and when you comply with tiic other con*. $1,117.00 In Cash Rewards Noted Criminoloffists Suggrest Solutions for this pifficult Problem Can you unravel it? Selecting a capital letter as a starting point and counting every second or third letter until all the letters are used up would surely produce some result.-//wpecfoi Scott. Watson and 1 �would procure a murror and reflcctins the'*'scrap of paper" endeavour to decipher the hidden message.-SAer/ocA Holmes. Beginning at a selected one I should read every other letter or every tliird ' letter. I betieTe I should soon solve this mystery.-Araene Lupiiu' Niilcty-Nine Ofher Cash Prizes AdBresatiDii $1,117.00 -Sent Free as nrdl as for Its artistic coTcrs and illustrations ond Its hlfth gmdo printlna ond Ceneml appearance. You can help us odTcrtlso thh .tnaiiiizlnt shuiilit you tike It. and when you enter the � contest you will be asked to write and tell U you are willing to do so. roson'rcoa would bo admlntstorcd b^ Alberta men who would ,b6 export In ^^holr profession, and would bo ac-quainlBcU. with local cpudltlnna On different occasions, said Mr. Cote,' ho had urged the appoinltnent ot a committee ot exports to InvoRtlgatQ AVhy tholr coal market could not be.exlond-od to cover tho three pralrlo provln'cea buc nothing was done, although at.ono tlrao tho Dominion Qovornraonl did send a man who, although ho hhd not been In the mining business for years, had becu appointed a mining Inspector tor Canada. Pointing out that the coal operators of Iho province had informed the committee of national'defonco at Calgary that they could produce more coal this year with tho same labor, ho said that they wore all agreed If tho mines wore worked steadily throughout the year thby would be producing 8,000,000 tons Instead ot 4,800,000 as In 1917. _____--- Why was It. ho asked, tiiat the FOR WESTERN HOSPITALS mjnea wero only worked spasmodical-Toronto, .Mar. 2.-Nearly thirty mill- ly? Because tho Dominion governraoht ; tary masscurea from the military hos- did not appoint a railway operator on I pltals commission school of massage , the railway board in order that cars j here left for tho west last night to would bo distributed at the mines. ; take up %TOrk In variou mmur>- hospl-j T,,,t was the principal reason, and I lals. Six go to Winnipeg, soyen to ,t ^rosa from the fact that tho Dom'ln-I tegina. seven to Calvary and eight tp ,o, Government had not e.xperimcnt-\ ancouvor. i ^ym, coal to realize Its noaslbtUtles, for Instance In the direction of manufacturing briciuottes and extracting tha by-products. That was the reason wby ho thought the provincial government ______ _______ should have tho natural resources, in (CONflNUED FUO.M KHONT"PAGE) order that they might be ablo to pro---' duce more. in office. Jluch will have to be' In the western provinces they had OEiNO PEACE dltlona and rules as below SO points additional can bo Rained. 139 points is tlio nuulmucn number. ."Canada Weekly" formerly . Canada Monthly, established 1906), has created a treat reputation for Its excellent lictlon, ' Its itreat national articles about Canadians and things Canadian, Its broad editorials 1 coi 2 We frankly tell you of thete timple rules in advance. There ia no obligation on your part io subscribe or take the magazine or spend any money in order to compete ih thie contest. Write your solution of the tn7stcrlous incsaafie on one side of the paper only. Put your address la the upper right hand corner. Boys and Girls under'fourteen years of nfie are not allowed to of "Cai compete, nor are employees of ^'Canatia Weekly.'* 3The iudislnft of the entries In thlacontei t will be dbne by three well-known btulness meii who hsTO m\ connection with this Grtn. tach cpinpet tor wUI be asked to show a sarapio ropy ol "Canada Weekly to five or gii IrlenUs, btjslocss associates or nei^bours. to whom such a inaeazlne mU appeal and who wUI want to take the maftazlne rettularly. " For these services the publishers �naranteo to pny each contestant In cash or by a prize selected by him or her In advance, such ijuarantced reword wUI be entirely In addition to any com^ peiitive reward which may be won. Address your reply to Prizes will be awarded accordlnd to the number ol points jDept.l04VAKDERHOOF, SCOTT & CO., LKVHTED, 35 Lombard Street, Toronto changed In Austri;i, but it the unhappy peoples must continue to bleed until a final solution is found wo can only exclaim 'Unhappy humanity.' It would be a step forward if the entente Socialists would declare their demands had only a ctirbiug influence and that thoy. like the German Social Democrats, would .gladl.v agree, to a peace which would take nothing from their peoples on either side." SIGNS M JAP NTERVENTION , u-.. .^^----- Majojr Lowory. declaring that the quarter in Franco, those bo.vs wlio had able to deal with the situation than a^i, war had not really reached Canada, hold-the line; they were not^oing to International force. . they had not yet felt the effect of it, come back, and ask for charity.'. They R. F. DYGERT'S PERCHERON AND BELGIAN STALLIONS w Some of my young Percheron and Belgian Stallions now at Rogers' Barns, Lethbridge � * Lr �'^T"!*^s aUion. and repstrnd mares at greaUy reduced prices l�r a short time this winter before the openins of o�r regular spring liL I f^Kr- f -""^ T* *� buy stallions and mares. flW. are handling ohl, the best. 0. acconnl ol the large quantities .1 horses I am hand! &ter^ferZrTJ^1)BZl�S,'r,7^ �^ My guarantee gWe. perfect protecfo^ WiU you let u. show you tl.e finest sebction ol Dcigian ^lauions ana raares ever oMered tor sale m Canada. Will you buy enrly 9m take advantage of the special sale prices I am now ottering. ^ Write us if you want a Club formed in your community to buy a top notch stallion. NEXT IMPORTATION-FEBRUARY 25, 1918 Wrife or Phone Phone 530 R. F. DYGERT Lethbridge, Alberta Barn on Third Street would abk, "What have you done whilo we wero away? How much raoiioy have you put into tho banks; how much'have you done for our deiien-dcnts; how much have you done to develop this country, and make it a place to live In, and earn a llviat; In?" All slackera in the country were not' men of military a.?e, aserted the member for Alexandria. Tho man who did' not take an interest In the country, who did not take aji interest in the war was as big a "slacker" as the "boys" who did not go to tight. Tlioy must got the' spirit of tiio front line, and If they got that spirit they would unconsciously do what was right by the soldiei-s. But he feared too many ot them wei-e obsessed with their ?2.21 wheat, and their ao-iuuch-a-day for work in the munition factories. They were' too busy making money, but he hoped air the boys .would hot get the, impression of an officer who had returned, "We sent you boys to tight; fight 1/ out." ' Care Foq?Alberta Men Thero wirts only one problem dcclar-I od the member, ai)d:that was the rcln-! statement of the splfllor wlio l<,..,..,jon ; (I civilian In civil lite. To accomplish I this It was necessary that their ' thouchts should bo turned to soclr.i, ' and ocnnomic reconstruction, and that : led to the question of employment. Why, he asked, liad not tiie Dominion govonimiint estublishodJabor buroaiis ; tlM'oui!liout the country? That was ' one ot the first essentials' that should have been attended to. Whs had thoy asked that demobilization bo slowed down? Because thoy were not preparing thoniMOlveH for the situation. Why should Alberta men bo left In *he oast? Why could not Alberta take care of Us own men?" Premier Made Offer Premier Stewart said that he had made that bff^r to tho Dominion gov-i erniijont. "I'm very glad .to hoar that," ro-piled iHaJoJr Lowery. Oontinnlng ho asked. "Was land sattleraont. t..o only thing thoy coultl offer the men? What about those who did not want to go on land, and who were not adapted for the life?" They should turn their attention to tho creation of haw Indus-trios, rpruiulato a plan, and bring It before the FcdSrul authorltlos. What they want for' the development { Industries was labor, and cheap power. Then thoy would get the Industries.. Organize the Man Power Major, bowery urged the organization ot the maii-pbwer of the whole countvy BO that every man would bo put ii) his proper; pjace, II that was not. dono by the Dominion, let t,hom do It here In Alberta so as 16 be prepared for tho boya when thoy oanio j back. Let Ihoin also ninke u survey ot I tholr rosouvcQH, and one thing ho would iniprosa was that it must bo loft to the m6n to choose what o'ccu-Ipatlon they should bo placed In. . Th.o inentbor for Aloxaiidrlu had not conbiuded when tho hoi\8e odjoiirncd until Monday afternoon. Funeral of Mrs. Mitchell The house did not sit until after tlYO o'clock ill ovdor to permit the  members to attend iboa'uneral ot Mrs I 0. R, lyiltchell, l,he wife of tho Hon. ' g.; U, ipitehoU, proylnolal Ireasurer, ;