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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - March 8, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta I*AGE EIGHT f THE LETHBRIftr.F. DAILY HERALD FRIDAY, MARCH 8, 101.8 Fear General Strike of the Miners, Drumheller Field Calgary. Mar. 8.-That the men \n the whole Drumheller field were getting tired of the continual friction that was arising at the Rosednle mine since the miners there returned to work and thst there was more than a possibility that another general strike would be called in the valley was the statement made over the long distance telephone to The Herald this morning by Richard Brad- / shaw. secretary of the Drumheller miners* union. ' Nor is this the only trouble whicti stands in the way of the continuous operation of the Drumheller field. In spite of statements by Canadian Northern officials that the blockade on the company's line was at an end. an operator informed The Herald $his morning that practically every mine in the district was tied up today for lack of cars and that between the railway and the strike troubles serious harm was resulting. MAKE RAILWAY a a Ry. Commission Brings All Ry. Lines Under New Embargo Arrangement (Montreal. March A. new order imended to produce uniformity in vail-"way embargoes has just been issued hy the Canadian railway hoard. Heretofore It has been the custom (or each individual line to use its own judg* ' inent in placing embargoes, with the 'J result that one* line has refused shipments of certain commodities while : another was accepting consignment* ,of the same goods. Thus a shipper ou one route was able io get service when a man in the same business ou another t line was refused. The new order noti-ifies all railways that embargoes now. should not include commodities which .are particularly neded at the present �time, such as farm implements, seeds, coal, and etc. Later instructions will he issued, changing the list of things ,that should be extended according: to the changing season. It is stated that this plan will make embargoes more effective and of shorter duration. ?  SPANISH CABINEST RESIGNS > Madrid. Mar. S\-Tho Spanish cabinet recently constructed by the Marquis pe Alhucemas who in addition to being premier. heWt the portfolio of foreign affairs, resigned today. LAST EFFORT 10 CHEAT GALLOWS that N'oigol might. atumipl to take lite own life and tints tho law, but thus far he has Uvea > practically n nortunl existence at tho jail. * * ? > * �> > *:*>>>>�> * A FIVE DOLLAR POLL TAX BIG BOND SALES Toronto, March MN-The municipal bond ."ales iji Canada during Kobru-_____ ary totalled $&,24ff,279. in addition � j $300,000 were -sold in the United Petition Taken io Ottawa For States, making a grand total of Oan- j adiau municipal sales ror February of i $,1,5*.'!,~7!�, (be largest February total I in recent years. Reprieve of Netgel. Await- ing Death Here ? v *;* t ? Halifax. Mur. 8. - The c\t.y council Inst night, adopted a re solution to ask for a plebiscite to enable Halifax to collect n, $5' poll tax on all non-residents coming hero to work. It is ex ported this tax will net the city between $20,000 and $25,000, PURE FOOD J. A. KINNEY. a 1 Prominent labor leader and Edmonton alderman I * O > uny9 they absolutely need the special, concentrated food that only i gives, to youthful improve their nutrition and repair waste caused by During school term alf children should activity. be given Scott's Emuhion because it benefits their blood, sharpens their appetite and rebuilds their Strength by sheer force of its great nourishing power/ _^ Soott & Bowne. Tomiito. Out. 17-17 * * * TORONTO GOING INTO RAISING OF HOGS i Toronto. Mar. 8.-A special committee of the city appointed to investigate the utilization of garbage and waste products held its first session yesterday and decided that immediate action*, should be taken by the city to go into the hog raising business, using garbage for feed. The street commissioner estimated that between nine and twelve thousand hogs could be raised from the garbage collected in Toronto. The Lethbridge poultry and . pet stock -^association held their annual meeting last ^evening and elected the j following officers.: Vresidenf. A. K. I Humphries: 1st vice-president. W. j Met'.. Moore; 2nd vice-president. E. P. i Tnson: secretary-treasurer, H? King; i executive. I. H. Elmnierson. G?o. |Krache. Geo. Jones. Peter Smith. H. Westhrook, L. H. Hooper. P. "Water-house, auditor, J.( W. Qawden. The J fair dates were settled upon for De-jcember -'nd to otli. 1918. inclusive. v] Throe judge? were recommended. I namely. E. X. Barker. Cardston. J. iH. West brook. Lethhriuge. Geo. Vv'ood. Winnipeg ABOUT THE UKRAINE i i BOLSHEVTKI LEADER RESIGNS MILITIA JOB ! eommander-m-chief of the Bolsheviki , physically, mentally and culturally. > army, has resigned according To an j and for many t.emnries poiiticallr, as : ExchauBe Telegraph dispatch from j ,he Po!es or the Bulgarians, and it* ? Petrograd. The resignation wa? I history was. down to the seventeenth I brought about owing to differences of I c-entur^r. that of an independent no-! principle between lvryleuko and the council of peoples e.oramisserieg as "well as disagreement with the latest action of the council. New York, Mar. 8-A Washington dispatch 'says: "An entire Polish brigade in the service of Austria has deserted in a body, according to advices received by the state department today. These troops became indignant at the peace terms concluded by the Ukraine and are now roaming at large in the north of Seis-arabia." / j litica! conwnunity whose . earlier 1 .stage* figure in the Russian historical' i (AIUROSE MAN IS textbooks a? the Kief period of Ru.v ; ON MURDER CHARGE RETURNED MEN REACH PEG Winnipeg. Mar. S.-Two hundred acd twenty-sftren returned men from Winnipeg and points -west will arrive here tonight. Fifty one are for Calgary and fifty-nine for Vancouver'. These will leave here at 10:50 p.m. over the C. P. K. i Kdmoutou. Mar. 7.-Willis tn Brick-son, 55 years old. a farmer In the Cain rose district, was put under arrest today by the provincial police, charged with the murder, lant August of an infant, the child of himself and Mrs. Lizzie Schofield. of the . same place. Brickson is alleged to have drowned the haby' in a barrel ot water. The police say the woman has made a complete confession. * -.- v KAISER'S' MESSAGE IF LIVER OR BOWELS ARE ACTIVE If Cross, Feverish, Sick, fiitious. Civs Fruit L�xatlve*at Once. 1 Every mother realizes, after giving her children "California Syrup of /Figs." that this is their ideal laxative, because they love its pleasant tar.te and it thoroughly cleanses the ttndor little stomach, liver and bowels wita-��ut griping. When cross, irritable, feverish or breath is bad, stomach sour, loo*k at the tongue. Mother! It coated, give e teaapoonful of this harmless :"fruit laxative," and in a few hours all the foul, constipated waste, sour bile and undigested food passes out of the bowels, and you have a well, playful child again. When its little system is full of cold, throat sore, has stomach ache, diarrhoea, indigestion, colic-remember, a good "inside cleansing" should always be the first treatment given. Millions of mothers keep "California Syrup of Figs" handy; they know a teaspoonful today say?� a sick child tomorrow. Ask your druggist for a bottle oX "California Syrup of Figs." which has directions tor babies, children of all ages an dgrown-ups printed on the bottle. Beware of counterfeits sold here, so don't be fooled. Get thy genuine,, made 'by "California Fig Syrup Company "-Advertisement. sian history. For Kief,* with in long list o*" princes - from Sr. Vladimir, who adopted Christianity tu 988. through Vladimir . Monoinachos, whose wife was Gytha. a daughter of Harold of England, down to Danilo. tbo father of Lev, who founded the city of Lvol'f t Lcmbergl- was never the uapital of a Russian state. It was the capital of a Ukrainian feudal state, extend-i ing from the Don to the Carpathians. Sand from the Pripet to*the Black sea -an agglomerate as large as, or even larger titan, present France or uer-1 main-. The Tatar invasion of the ; ---- j thirteenth century was a mortal blow; Amsterdam. March S.-In reply to inflicted on that state, whose centre j congratulations from Philip Heineken. of gravity now shifted to the west, | director of the North German Lloyd to the present Galloia and Volhynia. I Steamship Line. Emperor William has with its capital cities of Hallcz ! aont the following telegram: (hence the corrupted name of Galkdai hud Vladimir. This part continued its independence for another hundred years, until it fell under the power ofctbe princes of Lithuania, and, finally, through the union of Lithuania with PolamTin "iciSft, under thai "of the Polish klngf. What became of eastern Ukraine? Tho Gorman sword is our best protection. 6With God's help it will also bring us peace in the wept and, indeed, the peace which, after much distress cfnd many troubles, the German people need for a happy future." i i AGED CAP/TArN DIES A PRISONER Halifax, .Afar. 8.-The death occurred For a long time trample* under foot ' at Karlsruhe, Germany, on January, 31, hy Tatar horses, it gradually evolved i last, of Captain Oscar H. Henderson, a military state, the republic of the ' sixty year** old. a prisoner of war at Coasaeks-the real, the original Cos-] the time. The captain's ship, the Her-sarks, of which the^subsequent Co?- \ wick, was torpedoed in the Medlter-sacks of Russia were mere Imitations -which, in incessant fighting againat ^iiJ!fiinjiuijMi!H]!iiintiiiiiii!iiiiiiiummiiii!iiiiiiiuii:iii^; ONE MAN WITH THE MO-LINE TRACTOR CAN DO AS MUCH SEEDING AND HARROWING AS TWO MEN WITH TWO OUTFITS. (HORSE DRAWN). the Tatar*, then the Turks and the Poles, gradually recovered for that part of the�Lrkranian people security and independence. Kief once more blossomed forth - this ^ time chiefly a* a cultural centre with a remarkable academy, libraries and a host of savants-and bermans of tb* j Cossacks -became ihfj rulers of the non-Polish lrkraine. The pressure of ' Poland was. however, very great, and in the end the Hetman Bogdan Khinelnitsky, in 3654, applied to the. Czar of Moscow for protection and concluded' with him a treaty for joining the Ukraine to the Muscovite state or. the basU of a personal union and with the preservation of the full autonomy of the Ukraine. That wag the end of the Ukrainian itate, bexaube no sooner was the Muscovite czar's protectorate c-stablished than he-began to encroach upon the vighu and liberties' or the Ukrainian poople. j ranean on December 3 and the captain ; was taken on board the submarine afid j fifteen days later was landed at Karlsruhe. i Victoria Avenue Baptist church, Belleville, hade farewell to their pan-tor. Rev. C. G. Smith, B.A., B.I>., who is leaving to take charge of a Baptist church in'Montreal AM-BUK i Or. Nicholson, registrar MeGlll 5 I University, points out .that Quebec is ti:�i"nnly province in Canada where school fee- are exacted for a pri- tuwimiiHiifiiiimmimte aiul hiz[i school education. afitisestit-