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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - March 4, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta pagl: Kin 111 �hk i.r.Tiinr.inci. daily hkhald monday. mahcii i. hun NOT THE III 10 orave charges made against italians w j I Quickly Relieved By "Friiittf-tives" I .\ ii'-i "/-V.,;V sniVei ed Km m -1 'I * t : o  ;�� Oil. ; rv .i or \ . e > v ', V>.;\ i sir;* J-n'. .A? ail J^ers or *e::� n.-si p-.ifl by Cmi:-n-iivcs l.'initr.i. '>;;;�;ra. r MILNE'S TRANSFER LATE TURNER r? Same Good Ssrvice Phones 1345 and 426 Office: 410 Thirteenth St. N. u a :i: l * I is1 ,ed :r ill:* morning's lU^ena1; o* the city* i '�")(!! bn; .'v w�; h; lf�in� paved for i \in,.i(l(jr;i. ion d;' iiir departmental t s-t imate  � h �rh ..vill be :�. uaeked tut-v. -*ek. The n eon", in end:'.; ions of Chief Milrdy of the fire departmen; for lucre.! ron.j}(]�_vr*il. Thr chit*!" h;�;t , fivtt n�ft* r^i:ip:nrjn lu� sot invil to �lu iittM.v wfih k1! ill!' lior-^o tira'.vn oquip-me;it. Inn th** t-ouvi'ii at-oUu'-l th*\i. o;vi�fi' i 111-.1 uiifii-iiUy in i>o7*rowhir. , :iHii�p impon ]-i'horr ;j >>> fivr-* );nrsos in tlu1 Popart ,  iigpa r.ur,. $o\iw pffori may bo uiimd' to ijct a :nou>r (irivoii honk ami �ler iv\u*!: j'or No, 1- doinj; away wirh 'he l.tm nvo hor?o^ there, hut tho i i> �.'io or SIS."on *'�HiU hiddr;1. 1^!.? 1917 depar:�Jf ui > -:�.4u�i.i;.. $ 'JS.5:',-�. 1T f'rlu f donartruriif !�.Ht�n.0tt S.Ofi'i.TM Ki T'lose v.tp. of tourse. subject, w re-vision. Tl-.t5 police dopartmont is os* ilmuting a r^vonue tliis yt-ar from fine'? and othf-r ?oinvc* of $0,000 as ugaiu^t -^.^fi.So uist ymr. xkw PRESIDENT OF , HRAZIL IS ELECTED Rio Janeiro, Morch 4.-Although the election returns have not been received from all the states, it has already been determined that Rcdrigtiz Alvss and Oelfin Mor- eira have b�en elected president and vice president almost unan- imcuslj'T" All political parties gave their support to them on the'r pledge on the continuation of the present administration's war policy. Si amp sales Money orders issued........ .Money orders pd. Toial business . . 24,433.:U 15.S-lfi.4fi $4S.14l,f>r. Customs return- shov, ;heir usm '""�'i''� rroei DESTROYED IN VENICE : UllhbrW^ will h�- eiosrd u\ an earb- .' date. Thit **� v : *:* >? GROWTH OF MINING * CLASSES Donation of Medals to Students of the Institute of Tech* nology �:nd Art Londcn. Mar. 3.-Priceieti treasures of art in Venice have been gravely damaged by Teutonic air raiders, who appeared to select historic buildings and monuments r.s their targets. The casualties were very small. Grave damage wis done to the Ducal Palace, the Bridge of Sighs, the Church of St. John and St. Paul, and the Church of St. Simon, as well as other treasures of Venice. s action of ihr Dominion i Kitvernmeut is in line with the eloshis � of the land office* at several point? .Throughout the.west. It is argued thnt the immigration office here has outlived its ustuuliu sj- and ehn be dispensed -with. i It is understood that ihe department will increase the mtmher of official.- , t>Pp,sitfo n premature ju-ace. and at Coutts. where uiom at the work of) focus atieiuion upon the-onlv advant-the immigration department is miv;|asi, ,ne American people are hoping nt U- president of the L'uifod States and a committee of prominent men and women to meet iti Philadelphia from March to IS. The call for the nmvenUon states the ohjejet. as follows: "To sustain the deiernunaiion of our people to ft^ht until Prussian militarism lias been defeated; confirm The weatherman ran the gamut from smiling spring to grim winter on Sunday. He opened $he day with spring, the thermometer req-istcring as high as 5t.5 during the forenoon, bringing out the golfers and the spring hntn. In the afternoon he took a turn for the worse, and sent along a blizzard with the mercury 2.5 below zero, for a change of 54 degrees during the day. The mercury was still hovering round zero at noon Monday. Winter's Last Kick Calvary. Mar. 4.-Central and southern Alberta are today suffering the in-eonvenmnce of what, it is hoped, will be winter's last kick. With the thermometer slightly below the zero mark ihis morning and an IS mile wind Mowing a more discomforting situation exists than that ereatoil by thin v below weather. The minimum al Cri-i;ury during the night, was ]2 below. Owing to the snow fall yest^rdav and the high wind the dm ml Trunk 'Paeifie line between Calgary and lOd mout.oii is tied up ami this morning's train out of Calgary was cancelled. j Saskatoon Gets It j Saskatoon, Mar. 4.-The worst b!i/.-. J vnrtl of the winter strnek Saskatoon today, leaving drifts four and five j � t That, there is need for fe tax sale to Ci'I nouiinv atter. sue having been i noon no street ears had been operated.! eM" for more than a voar with and the Jrnin service was irregular ! rulosis. Intermmit, was made Trains from tho south arrived on tinl".; Deceased has two brothers scrv KAISEK BUYS MOKE Mr. A. Primrose hu w p. P.arns IVailding. Corner hth Ave. (|L L'ast. Caigavy. OKictj Phone M2S4S R'?sidenee Phone M2077 Interne ui.d Ho'jse Surgeon. Manhattan Eye. Ear. Nose and Throat Hospital, New York City 2:'1M914. opeciali�t to Calgary School Board 274-21 .11 i *l"*-l FEDERAL COAL nlgjr cki^-vs oiyani-.-ed in the dii-. fer*--at m:iiinj� centre^ of tl:e jirovince 'with a iwia: enroll men: of n�V '\'h\* Ini*:a! r*?^:-.i-.ition looked very proh;-iu�"ko.i improvement ov;:* previous year?. Thtse : t.nly been source of satisfaction to t;\e sraff of the Institute bur has be�u watchrd with great interest by the members of Western nvased efficiency of technically irain-^1 o-iii-lals they have voted a substantial sum to purchase three medals for the caudidat*?.- obtaining the highest percentages in the different examination? *ho have completed the course* under uie direction of the institute. The conditions upon which these prize.-, will be awarded are as follows: - Geneva. Mar. 4.-Bankers who ha\e returned from Frankfort say that Emperor William, who has been a large stockholder in Krupps, h�5 bought shares amounting to nearly a million pounds sterling since the war began. RECOMMEND ABOLITION OF PILOTAGE COMMISSION a surplus of about $I5, over ex-j It. is-said that the British foreign of-'penditures. Pines from standard hotels I fice are sendiiiR to America th�- Rev. I reached fl*'S.OO0 and e>;pensOK of the | L. Maclean Watt. c.r Kdinburgh, tie-| department, and hoard $18,00". Tim j Bishop of Hereford, Principal Sir flc.i. HEAVILY FROM SUBS ' mu,,irfl>alitfes ''�v,> also received S;;ihi,-i Adam Smith, or Aberdeen University, ___ ;tM" for fines for breaches of the On-j Dr. Wallace Williamson, of St. Giles' ,,v , . - \T" , , . Itarii) Temperance act. , Cathedral, Kdinburgh. Wio-hmgion Marcli 4.--Norwiiv � San-'Juan, Porto Rica. Mar, 4.- Porto Rica went dry at midnight Saturday night. This followed an act cf congress, which the election of last July frit led to repeal. This act prohibits the importation, manufacture, sale or gift of intoxicating liquors or drugs. A local law permits the manufacture and sale of beer containing not rocrc than 2' ^ per cent of alcohol. j continues to suffer heavy losses from German submarine operations and J other war losses. Twelve vessels ag-� gregatiiui Iti.i^S gross tons and valued ' at about $:>.(ii".�.non were sunk during I February and P.* seamen lost ihoir riives while iwenty are missing, a : cablegram to the Norwegian legation j announced today. Kt'UAL COrXClULOK CXSiiATKU Carter's Uttle Liver Pills You Cannot be A Remedy That OtM-.v.i. Mar. -!.-Tiip r; lii.; eominissiim appointed by (ion. C. C. j l-'allaniyuP. minister of marine, to fn-� vestigate pi'otage conditions iu the Maritime province and Quebec, is now in the hands of the minister. It i J On Wednesday last his honor Jnu^ge FOR COUNT LUXBURG|Wil,ler J:lvo jml*]U?ul {o; \ho ' cam in thv case whore Andn-w \a\v-sp.j Kppijei| lnat Norman Minnon, } elected on January 14, 11)18. as c.oun-; cillor for Division No. :'. of the Local Constipated and Happy Small Pill Small Dote Small Price 4 Carters ITTLE iver PILLS. Makes Life Worth Living Genuine bears sign it lira Buenos Aires, Ma-. 4.-The Argentine government has asked the British minister to obtain a safe conduct for former Ambassador Count Luxburg, permitting him to leave Buenos Aires on the Swedish steamer Valparaiso. i%hich will sail in 3 few days. It is understood that th* American embassy will not object. be ' i j i People's Forum I Communication* under ibis heading must bear the signatures of the writers. 305 PHONE ORDER NOW Immediate Delivery Lump, per ton . Nut, per ton ... FEDERAL COALS, LTD. $5.75 $3.75 HILL BLOCK WE WANT FURS Muskrats & Coyotes Open to pay fancy prices. LETHBR1DGE HIC7E, PELT & FUR CO. r C.P.R. Telegraph Offices References: Standard Bank Office Phone 79j Residence Phone 326 NC TRUTH SN STORIES Kattor Herald, I.^thbridge; - S?r,~:In visiting: various communities in Southern Alberta I have found a number of people wjio bare been dis-1 til-bed by letters which hjve recent-il i The prize winner musl hive J appeared in the Calvary Kye Opener completed a i-'pu!.ir correspondence - and stories which have been othei-coi;rse. or have a �-erMfied full attend-; r'^p eircuiated in connection with the a nee in ui^h; classes. i �'�"k ? �be Red Cross. The mai?i i-i The first priie will be awarded j purport of these stories and rhiirges to 1 he M.udent obtaining the total high-! is tbat Red Cross supplies have be*n est percentage iu tne examination for j sold to soldiers and civilians wh.lle a fir?} class certificate under The Mines . uurnber of rumors are jlso aiioji in. ^ri. � which Mi-s Pinkharn and >/rs. Waag- >:\t The second prize will bn award- : provincial joint secretaries are ed ii> the stndfni obtaining the tot-0. 11 erediT*?d with salaries ranging iroin hifihes' percentage in the examination ; 4*J�r'nn 1� *xeO^. To m? (he amazing for ?�cond class certificate. [ thing is that, intelligent people will Hi The third prize will be award- accept these stories as. true without nd/to the student obtaining the total ; taking the trouble ro make any en-highesr percentage in the examination i qniries. These people pass the tales j wooden for third class certificate. ! on \o others and thus lend their names At I-ethbrhlge on July Wr. iyi>.!iuirt inClutnce to what would otherwise be considered b\u. idie rumors. It cannot be t�'�o strongly emphusi/ed lhat such st.nrie- t^nd to induce people to withdraw their support, from the Red Cross work and that those who deli- WOODEN Imp ro w in out 1) i s * r i c t No. 1 r> S, j ousted on account of irregularity ! the election. _ ' According in (lie evMenco of Lar- ) " sen he �nd Hinnon were nominated ; on January Tr.h to contest the election for Division Xo. The p;dl was luU-eu al tho Kichinond . school on the: day of election. January 14th. and Hohert Irwin was Die returning of-' t'icer. After the cl.jse of the poll the t returning officer duly counted ihe, votes, in the presence of the two candidates and others, and declared Lar-,. , . , 1 sen elected over Hinnon by 1", to 14. *in,Vp?d ,.?s.2. *!om,,s 111 U:�iHut instead of destroying the ballots In the presenct- of the witnesses' Irwin took them home and next morn-' ing he notified Larseu to thrt effect 1 that Ilinnon had been elected. The returning officer afterwards made a declaration in writ ing to t his effect and handed is to tin; secret a ry-treas-' urer. Mr. A. J. Flood. i Judge Winter gave judgment To } the effect that Minnon* was ousted 1 from the office of councillor. No ! costs were charged, and the S2r� de- ! ! posited in court seeurilv for cost:; ' i A BSENCE'of Iron in ihe f% ADTCD'C IDAM DTI � C ^ Wood \% the reason for I AR 1 C.K 3 IKVJW r many colorless faces but will �reatly help most patc-faced pAOpto TMC BEER WIIHO'JTA PECR RECORD BOMB DROPPING London. Mhreh 4.-In the month of January. >ay an official statement issued today by the war office, rue German  pbions and rinn*?. W'r have in sioc'n ;il j'res^itt oversize pistons for aU populir r�j"kc.r; of gas tractors. Ford Engines Rebored i presented to the winners at the samu j berately cauiie them tu be circulatud In \ are guilty, whether ful.eniionailr or otherwise, of pro-German propag^nd-j. No officials of the Red .Cross sociery so fa'* have received any salary cither direttly or indirectly anu no Red c-/o!;s supplies are said unless stole:!. It is the duty of every loyal citizen to endeavor to trace these stories to their sources and give information to the authorities. The officers of the Ked Cross are determined-to dr� their ur-mirl to ?.:op the continuance of rumors which are entirely without any were d'c.il.-d by Mr. Justice Maclen-iuin in the admiralty division of the j exchequer . nirt Saturday. Two ships ; engaged in .nivying munitions frfV the i allies had i oltid^d on October -S.' IH17. ; and bo:h v. re damaged. ) . J'he ! -reamship Tunisie wa:> ! loader] wi;ii munitions for the Belgian! governmrnt and the ship Cabot.ia, a  �;t"'inishipf was coming to' load niun;:i*n.'S for the British govern-j ment wln-n the call'sion occurred. Kaeh '!-�..n.-hip brought action again:-'*-" t))^ other i'Jif; court found that th'j Icter w;entirely at fault and gav^_U( jud^menr ,.'rordingly. leaving tin* a'^-JW s-essm^nt damages to \V. Simpson J \Calker. K i'.. registrar of the court. j Norfolk. March 4. The l.Tuo -ton ferry steamer Casiletou. the coal barge Kdith and a government lightship were destroyed by fire yesterday uiornluc. Two firemen aboard the iCastleton were burned to death nnd ( Captain K A. Oel.^on of the Kdith. was severely injured. An explosion of a laurp aboard the Castleton caused the i ire. Papc's Upset Diapep�in" Fixes Sick, Sour, Stomachs in Five Minutes- NIVEN 21G l3t Ave. S. BROS. Phone 1732 LIGHT AND HEAVY RAYING 6 United Taxi Service 6 HOUSE MOVING COAL, C. O. D. CITY CARTAGE CO. Van Hern Dros. 406 5th St. S. Phcnc 433 c A Open and closed cars. - - - Day and c A R night service. - � - R Office, next Alexandra Hotel. - - PHONE Z&l foundation of fact and which'are evi-denlly designed to cripple the work-i Kindly criticism is valued but main :-iou,- rumors are not to be tolerated and v"" f!"" ! ^"ar.t a slow remedy when we feel that, all who are in svmpathv stomach is bad-or an une.evtair. with the work will co-operate wiUi the : one-- and other stomach troume ii,e made it fanions tho �;nrld over. Keep u.i^ perfect stomach doctor in j your hoi:.....-keep it handy-get a largo titiv-ee.u eate from any drug store and Uif-n if anyone should eat something which doesn't agree with them, it what thev eat lays like lead. Cermeutt and iour^ and forms gas; c*iU3es headache, 'i^zinfess and i.ausea: eructa- Uou& of l'.cid aud unUiyesCed food- veu^tubor as sgoa �b Rape's piapepsiu 'jome.-. ;a cuuuct v/ith lUo stomach all :v:cn d^treas, vaui�V\e8. tta prompt-neaa. curVunty and ease in overcoming 'he -vorb: -:tuuiatU disorders la a rtve- laiiun tv lUuae who try it.-AU\eru � W II m. er ma few days time Make Your Clothes last another season* The policy of the nation at present is to conserve. But the man or woman who discards clothes just because they are slight* ly soiled or worn is not only indulging in extravagances but is wasting-a thins which we are urged not to do. in fact, your entire ward- Dig down in your cedar chest. Get out your last spring's dresses, coats, suits-robe. Send them to us snd let us renew them. We'll clcr.n and repair them, faultlessly, and make it unnecessary for you to spend money for a new outfit r yeing & Cleaning Works l 413 FIFTH ST. S. DOOR SOUTH OF ORPHfcUM THEATRE PHONE 444 ;