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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - March 8, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta 2^8 *S General Strike of the Miners, Drumheller Field Colaary, M�r. �.-That ihe men In the whole \ Drumheller field were getting tired of the eentln-irai friction that was arising at the Rosedale mine since the mtn-, er* there returned to work and that there was more than a pose)-bllHy that another general strike would be called In the valley waa the statement made over the long distance telephone to The Herald this morning by Richard Brad-^ ahaw, secretary of the Drumheller miners' union, ' Nor is this the only troubit whic^ stands in tha way of the continuous operation of the Drum* helicr ficrd.lN t^iU of statements by Canadian Northern offiel�l� that > the bteekMe'on the .cem> pany's line was at an end, an operator informedsThe Herald xjhis morning .that practically evchy mine in the district was tied up today for lack of cars and that between the -.^railway and the strike troubles' ieriout harm was resulting. / �t: mmLL Petition Tnkeii to Ottawa For Reprieve of Neigel. Await-, ifig Deatli. Here -1 Ry. Commission Brings AH Ry, Lines Under New Embargo Arrangement ( SPANISH cabine8t RESIGNS Madrid.iMah^ 8.-The ^BD- /�    ___________  . ish cabinet redijntly constructed  l)y the Marqilts Pc Alhucemas ^ who i�i addition to being prctu-  ie*. hekt the.i>ortfolic-cr for-  tjn'iitfajrs,. resigned today, v .f- IMoiilreal, March. S.-A new oi'der -Intended to produce uniformity in rail '-'-v.' -way, embargoes has lust been Issued l>r the Canadian railway board. Here-.totore It has been tUe cust'dm for each' Iit^a^.*" Individttal line to use its' own judg-i Sient 'lu placing embargoes, witli the j^y^irelult that one line has refused shlp-linents of certain commodities Avhilo ! another -was accepting consignments I_ , of the same goods. Thus a sliipper on i.>^'i-p�e ronte -was able to get service when ;. '  abould not include commodities which ".are particularly neded at the present j tlaie, snch as farm Implements, seeds. � coal, and etc. Later InsiructionB will ha issued, changing ttao list of things ;tthatlahou1d 1>� extended according to Uhe changing season. It is stated that this,plan will make embargoes'more effective and of shorter duration.-. . . � ^. . MtObE IN SLEEPER APARTMENT TO JAIL Regina. Mar. S.-Criticism of the attack on Major AShion. D.S.O.. that appeared In a recent Issue of the "Vet-emn,"' the oirgin'.ot .the Great War Veterans, baa reached, a pitch that there Is serious talk among the members of the provincial executive of the Bseoc^lBtion of advising local associa-ttona'.to discontinue thtg payment of per capita the Uomlnian association until such time ais the Domln ion body is re'-organized. Indications point to a fight between the Saskatcli ewan and Dbinidiun body unless an Immediate retrattlon of ihe article, iu the Veteran is forthcoming. Regina Great War Veterans to the number of 800 passed a strongly word-ad resolution censuring the editor or K �fr*  4> * � � V * *    � cut - DOWN " r"* RLBASUHE autos * Xew Yorfe^^Mar. ^S.-f^Produc-tton bt pl^aisure.'automobiles w-lli be cut thifty^por cent clur: ing the present tttcAlyear aS A war measure, according to a decision reached here by. the National Automobile pUanibcr bt Commerce. The rediibtlhri applies toMWe new cqinpieted schedule for the year,,', � thai Noigol mtkht. �ftetuii�lC to' tJ^ko his own life and llitisi;; choUt Uid Ittw, but thVia far he hi�8  lIvotl\pvno.tttially?-^i nbilnal cxlRtenc6~flt the' j^ll. BIG BOND SAL^ . " Ir^ovonto, iMcjrch sS-Tho mURjclpiU hopd sales lu Canada during Pobru-(try".totalled $5,243,279. In-addition 1300,000yworo sold In the .United Statcjs,'making a graud total bt Cnn-adinit municipal sales ror February ot 5,5*3,279, the larROst Kebruary total'cdnt years. . � FRIDAY^ litAB^HS^^lo/g on ail non-rosidenU 'P. (joming It-is ox 4 pected this tax \vill net the city  botwoen920,0p0 and $25,000,.' 4 A last effort is'being nindf tbjiave Adan^ Nrtlgel, prisoner at the IJeth-brtdgiij JoII, from' th^ scarfoUl. Mrrtcbn-eeril|priSM^ yoiir childr((fn arc pale, Ustleas underwii^ht *t|)iuny, fMj absbiutely. need the apeciai;\concentrat^ only Neigel; tlio prisoner, awaits the tui filment of the death sentence^In the (lenth cell at the jail herei .The acaf--told is being,erected in the area->vay at the rear of the ja 1, and screened from all view.'..There was,some fear '1 '  ' '' � - gives, to improve their nutrition and-repfur.wiste ybuthhil activity. During school t^rm air chUdroi should be given Seoti'a -EmaUion bMaiiie it b^Aefits their'Jb^ blood, sharpens their^ appetite and^rebuilds thdr� strengUi by sheer force.of iU great nburisKmgpbwer.' � 4> *  � � � � �  � �    � / Const. Warman, of t^e provincial police, returned this morning from Edmonton, where he accompanied Chas. Brewer, the negro buainesB man of Lathbrldge, who la to apendtwo years in tha penitentiary. In keeping with the dignity of hia social poaitien In the. eity and surrounding diatriet, �rewtr inaiatad on purchasing the drawing room in the sleeper for his trip te Calgary. The conciablo kept guard while the king of the , neg^o colony ;slcpt in his sumptuous surroundings. Brow^r was popularly supposed among many of ' hia kinsmen of the dusky akin, to have been a millionaire. In fact, .In a recent Issue of the Chicago - Republican, the negro dail)r paper, - "Mr." grower waa quoted as beinq the "well known" Lethbrldgemll. tionaire, on a visit to the east?' BOLSHEVHa LEADER RESIGNS MILECIA JOB The Lethbridge poultry - arid .pet j , J , , stock \association held tSeli- annual the publication that carried the article Imeetink last/ovoning and elected the In question. Other local organizations In the proviucei have reported they are taking up the'malter and will demand an apology.' -:-I- TORONTO GO|K6 INTO RAISING OF HOGS 4 ! - _ Toronto, Mar. S.-K special committee of the city appointed to '' Investigate the' utilixatlon of garbage and waatc produeta held Its . first seaalon yesterday and decided that Immediate actiono should be the'clty to go into the hog Fiilaing business, using garbage for fekd. The' etreet eommla-sloner ostimaMd -that ' between nine and twelve thoiiaand ~h^gs'' could be raised from the garbage collected tn.Toronta, foliov/Ing offIcera: t'resldent. A. E. Humphries: Ist vice-president, , 'W'.' McC. Moore; 2nd vice-prosidept. JB. P.., Tuson; secretary-troastirjer, -H? King; j B.teculive. I. � H. Ummerson. . Geo. Frache. i8i." that this la their IdMl laxative. ., because they lore ita pleasant Usta , and it thoroughly cleanies the tondof little stomach, llTcrsad bowele with-, put griping. . >;^Wben cross, 'irrltahia, feverish or Sheath is bad, >tomach sour, look at the tongue. Mother; It coated, give e t^aspoonful ot th'ls harmless |"truit V laxative," and In a few hours all the ; fful, cotastlpated waste, sour bile and undigested food passes out ot the bow elp, and yon have a well, playful child , again. When its little system is full of'cold, throat sore, has stomach acba, ..vdiarrhoea, indigestion, colic-remea-' b�i:, a good "insld? cleansing" shonld \*Iir�y� bo the first" treatment' given. A-MHUons of mothers keep "Callforn-{: l^f:?yrup ot Figs" handy; they know a ; ,^' tf>a�oonfi)l today saves a sick chUd ' ^ ^'.tOraprrpw. Ask. your druggist for a - bottle'or "OaUfoirnla Syrup of Figs.'' '. ^whfGb has 'd^r.�ctions tor babl68. child-' : vwiiOX al|.' siei an dgrown-ups printed ' ' oB'ttlie bottle,'Beware of counterfeits '- aOld' here, so doa't be (ooled. Get thm  "geaulBiB.,n�ade *}>y *"Califon;la Pig ^ Syrup Cpmpany."-Adve.rtisem9nt. ii ' ABOUT THE UKRAINE (By Correspondent ot the Manchester GuanHifn) As a matter of fact, the U-kraniaa people-at present counting, in Russia alone, abmit thirty mlllloa souls- though akin to the Russians, was and has erer been as distinct from them, physically, jajsntally, and culturally, and for many: centjgi^^'-polltlcally, as the Poles or^'the^|iM||^riahs.^s^ lt.s history was, dpwrf;(So;ti�e.Bey!enteenth csntui^r, that of ah'^ndependeut political community whose ^ earlier iitages figure In the Russian historical textbooks a.s the Klet period ot Russian history. - For Kief,' w�h Its long list of princes - from- St. Vladimir, who adopted Ohrlstlanlty In 9S8, throug^ Vladimir wMonomachos, whose- wife, was Qytha, a daughter ol Harold of England, down to Danilo, tha father-of I>ev, who. founded-the city of Lvotf (L^mberg)-was never the oapital of a Russian state. It was the capital ot a Ukrainian feudal state, extending from the Don to the Carpathians, and from the Prlpet- t^tbe Black ^sea -an agglonMMta as Urge as, orveven larger titan, preaent..J>ance or Germany. The Tatar. ittTaalqp ^ of the thirteenth century was a �nortal blow Inflicted on that state, .whose centre ot gravity nnw shitted ro the jvest, to the present GalkJla and. Vblhynia. Willi its capital cittea of Halicz (hence the corrupted name otOalkilai and A'ladimir. This part continued its independence in a body, according to advices re-. eeived by the state department tOr',, day. These .troops became indignant at the peace terms eeneluded by the Ukraine and are now roaming at large in the north of Beks-arabla." ' ,/ CAMROSE MAN IS ON MURDER CHARGE �dmoatoD, Mar, 7;-'WilUam. Brick; son, 55 years old, a, farmer In the Camrose district, was put under arrest today by the provincial ..poUcpif charged with the murder^ last August of an Infant, the child of himself and Mrs. Lizsie Schotlel9. of; the/fiamc place. Brickson.;^ Is alleged to have drowned the^ssed by hpld-up men on tenely roads.- ' ' The first business of these so-called salesmen was to find out how much money you hard. Every ruse was resorted to to get you to open yeu r wallet or ybiir purse. The second object was to get as much of that niohey^ as possible and his value to his concern was measured entirely by your � " loss.' - - .V ^^V',:' /.^'^ � .'� , A This iis not romance; it Is history. Not the worst stores, btftniahy df the best stores did it. The only price on an article was the highert p.rice you'would pay. : ; ; If'- Theiaw of Caveat Emptor (let the buyer beware) was the QDmmerc- , vialLaw''of the land.Tt was understood that you and the merchanlf'AMFerey commercifl enemies.and that you were his legitimate prey. . -. - ^ \ Such things as a despite price or the returnability of merchandise or a_ guarantee or gc^ faith would have been considered foolhardy.*;: . Now,'ouC^of all this chicancery.this cross-roads batteringy this v^rld-old hostility of buyer and seller, have come the clean, wholetomc, tiriist-iliar);part of it is that you feel tKis saf^,tyi this reliabilityj this surety of fair play only toward those who advertise. i " That^s yirhy the advertising columns of this paper should meai](somi^cK tovyou. That isvyhy you sliould make this advertising part of iyou^; daily news. That;i|Owhy you should begin to rrad it to4ay, and continue to read it evefyiJKy everything you buy. . ^.� �i - 10c Canadian Food Control Lic