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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - March 12, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta VOLUME:Xk LETHBRIDGiS^ ALBERTV^,V MARfeH 'l3i 1918 NUMBER 78 IHIND ' ^Cross-Benchers and Oppose lion Say I^atrio^ic Tax Bill" Will Be a Surprise ^ BURDgNS^d^Sl^AR -MUST BE BORNE, S^ GOVT. SPEAKERS �    4�  o    � � repuho HEARING  '. (SpecUii t& ThoiHoiaW) ' Eilmoiiloii,; MbvcIi is.-a long de-b'ato mnrk^d the entry ot the aupple-JnenUry revenue bill into eommUtee ut Uio whole house at the sitting ot:the legislature Tiieailay atternoon, and nIMioiiglr It looked'as �l,20p,000 4t '^Uoudd yl^ld ^f all collect tlong'-were- iqade. But-the premier -wtA^not^^Mil|;uine it would :ylbld the fitii^nmtnl^%tittWd. it it did, they peofio ,v^crfeiiinder:l^lmpre?hlon^ t^ On the War Fronts Three of Them Dropped Bombs OiTHuII-Raid Was of Little Effect / I up the Issue because of, A^ayor ' 4 � O '> 4 / ITALIAN OFFICIAL iHonic, Mur. 12.--Lively artillery ac-�] tlons at various points along tho Italian front are reported In tho, official^ statement issuud by the war office tonight. Ths text reads: - "Yoaferday our artillery showed increased activity against the onepiy' rear lines on/the Tomeza plateau, and at-j^Iago. Hostile battery positions on the left bonk of tho Plave were engaged with good effect. In the Astlco va}ley and cast oi: the Brenta thcr^was lively enemy artillery fire. The usanl activity of our reconnalBsanco parties and an exchange of rifle flro at some places was reported. "Five enemy airplanes were shot down,one by our own airmen, three by Britlali, aviators and the other by French antl-alroraft batteries.. Ourq airships last night renewed their bombardment of enemy aviation grounds." Lbndon Pap. The other airships,fle\v about olm^ of tho enemy, after a heavy bombard merit. A few of our men are missing. "The enemy's artillery -was active lewiir^over tho country dlptricta, drop- yesterday evening southwest of Camping bombs and then proceeded bafk, bral, opposite Loos and durmg tlie to sen. One womat\ died Of shock in .....'-' consSquentie ot ther raid. The Germano have suffered such London, Mar.ia.^Conccrning doubts expressod.-lni some qimrtcrH on the Subject,-of Japanese Intervention In^ 'Siberia,, the Daily Telcgrjyih says that Japan is a British' elly of twelve years' .standing and durfng all that time she has, apart from-vttie .services rendered lo the allied daiisb, ill tho "courBO of The usoay the war, shown hersoU an honorable. 'and trustworthy a�^clatc. The paper continues: -^j. * The overWhelndng strong Intere.^t of Japan'ln tbla paoiliot the world Is. of course, appareif(3tj)nnn a glance at the mat.  Japan, l^,';'*! highly organized trading natioj^aWdt'ls directly interested ' in the maintenance of peace and order In the lands where her economic relations Are close and supremely Important'to her welfare. That was fully recdgnliied by Great Hrltaln la the treaty of, 1905.- ,"^^'llatever the.S.lberl.in lepubllcmay turnjout to be wHipn we know anything >of-It, we may-at;^least be sure that Germany reckonA-'oD doniliiating It hs she reckons.domiOjBtlng all other fragments ^t^the. shattered Russian ?m pire. Germany-ls;.at this moment pursuing, a plan-of'.�world conquest 'to ;whlch particular,, .and nnmtstakable character is belngiilElveii to the devel- night, in the Measlnes sector and neftr Passchendaelo.'.;.  / heavy lossosf In Zeppelins- that they have employed them.only'at,intrequent 'ntefvals fp'i.tJl�?iMt year for. raids on ^Una>lBU�({|tutlnK .airplanes. The lasfprevloUB Zeppelln'-raldonEngland vfas on October; ltfirf4917,,'When thirty-four.-persons weri(.,.?killed and / 6G ��Haaedi>-.U3tti^imuFiiiii8�thai!lZ�|i^6Un,l tlStt was iittt'ito"�l*at"b�'*the-French, was- ta;be;.'� tuitriotlc ;t�x*, and'; wwe^ ,i\^UllblcUa^cc�tjltat?JkB. emergent!x::;U$-I| l!)I:|tion,*;fherein a receptive mood 'towards direct taxation, tor general revenue purpQies. i , v Mr. ATltchell replied that TTie expenditure ot4ill:depKrtpients hud Increas-' ed ..ahd^ that there would be I^ge 'additions to salaries. ->. .vGeorge Hoadley said they.wore sym-' pathetlC' towai;dB .the provincial tre'as-liter' in' his efforts to get increased revenue, but notr.towards the meth-',:.,-(f - Dr, Stanley.Thel^, tjjat: a. dirof.t tax contral:board, recetTed a tolesram this mornlnc trpip t)ie civic auUioritloi ot Winnipeg, aiklBB him for ah InvestliatloB of the.charge that William; Qavles ' company at its V London, February 23.-(By'malll-rl The British destroyer Ariel, recently overpowered and destroyed a German: submarine' and capinred eight,of,,the. crew. The Ariel was on patrol duty, when shosreceived a report of marine in northern waters. Sighting the periscope of the subr marine at a distance of nearly a mile the Ariel made for tho enemy crafti firing as' she approached. The gunners made good practice and the periscope of the 8i}bmarlno was. .struck felrly. Going at full speed, the�~Arlel attempted t9 ram the Gorman sub and paAed right over,her. The sattmarlne waa damaged and came to the aurtace. Faced with destruction the creWfaonbe proper one to attenfl to such appllcatlonit and referred'tile Winnipeg people ti the labor.department; ' :VV. F.O'Connor, cost oMlvlng^com-missioner of the Ittboi: department^ on tbe~other:Jiand, clalma th^t he can do nothing more about .^tbe matter than any ..citlun apai^t Jrdra. 'eitabllshlng whether or'not^tbe.'raport of^thls food wastagd' waa correct..',: . ' F|-9m what Mf;:O'Connor,says about the matter,>,ltRe'em8 that he'Considers it one tor the:fosd controller to doal with. � ::,-^>:';;:::.';,-'^:.... , . HOLD^VUtOA^iAN . * ^ Hahiil)oa,.Outv. March 13.- The police are holdln|[::Oeorge' Marcoft,. a i UulKBrlai; aa - a-.:Jtiaterial.' witneaa . in the dase of the murder fellow countryman Ayhose- headlosS) body was tpund/on the ;hl|]sld6^ear here. y � ..? ' t ' _\ 'i three ahota~-rrom the bow of thevde-stroyer, however, the crew of the att^ marine began to appear on deck wltji their hahda above thelrlteada in token of surrender. Several ^boata.'Vweif^ lowered and eight men of, tHtr/auV marine crew were- rescued. The other members of the crew, thirteen In number were drowned. i'-': i--^::^^' Near ;BlackBod Bay. on the wesie'rft coast, of IrelaiWj, an armed >pal steamer was ..victorious In a.T tii with a German submarine in>Brltlab coastal!waters,  , ~- it*M)iitrty Damage Exclusive of 47 Itiovt., is Estimated at $15,000^000 iHailfax, Mar. 12.-"T.H, 'Rogers, K.C., chairman of the Halifax rdllef cqmmlB-elon.-topight ^ave the Canaijiinn Press a^Btatement as to the-governnioht's ac-tlOE^ oil' Uio commission's preliminary . lintlon'u,,,-----......... � the'^JwembeiyJ^M^^Ila^t lHmB?lt?ha:d:f�rt;: only^hoiied^'the CONNECT BALTIC - ^ ANp BLACK SEA' � --- �* ' ' CopanhafleHi'' Mar. 12.-Tije .com� .r> many and Ruaala.,.wille8Wl,., With.the Alflorlcan . Army In " pled^by-'AmoPlcaB-j^jriopa' eaat of. ' Lunevlile, - whichv'wiiai dealgnated formerly aammly>bBlrig:;fortrnln-; jng hao deyeispfdvagddenlyaa one. ' of ^ho moat/ 4eiiive^'pV>e Iron^ ftorn thf etandpo nt-of ,#rtjlltry fir- m Amsterdam, Fob. 23.-(By mail). -The'destruction of four hundred -Engiish' towns by German airplanes is dennanded by the Berlin Tages Zejtung as a reprisal for tho action of the allies In confiscating four hundred German merchant'' ' shij^s. In'a long article, the paper says: ,� ' "if we are In a 'position to destroy the whole of London, It . would be more humane to do so than to allow one more German to bleed to death on the battlefield; To hesitate or to surrender .oiir- , selves to'feelings of pity, would be  ' unpardonable. ' "More than four hundred merchant ships have been stolen from us by England. Our answer should - be that for every German ship at least one English town should be reduced to ruins by our airmen. Far better vvereilt for us that Eng: land, France'and the United States should call ut barbarians than that they should bestow on ' us their pity when we are beaten. , Softness and sentimentality aro ' stupid in war time." Air Raids Accomplish Nothing Paris, Mar. 13. - Secretary, Baker made the following statement in regard to the alj- raid pn-Paris.on Monday night:' "It was my first .'experience of tho actualities ot war and a revelallon oi: ^ tho nrethods inaugurated by an enemy ' who wages the same war against wo-' men and ohlldrori- as agninst soldiers. '"ri: bfs.objects are to damage prpp^ erty, the results art trifling when com-pjired with his efforts, ill his ohJectH are to weaken the people's morale, tho reply, is given by: the superb conduct.. ,oi:Uic people of.Paris, rr' - - " �"Mbroover^. ferial-.raidsVon townfe,-', ,Which are a'counterpart of-the pitile38: submarine war and the attacks-agaln.>it Americon rights, are tho-very explanar,, tlon of'the reason why America enter-' ed the war. We are sending our soldiers to Europe BJ^t^Rumania Finally Decided Espouse Cau8e:!9f. arrested the members of the MaxlraaHst Rada at-Klev, according to a C,ontral Press dispatch from Zurich, : ^ . ' ii . , Postpone Meeting 'V ^ , Uroscdw,- March'?l,3.-^'rhq All-Bus. siaiv congressih, 14,;' .Ottfivydl^Mart'W.-On;the recommendation of Hon.''Arthur Melgh-en, mlolstep ,:o|>.tnterlor,^a new homestead . regulatipri haa been adopted providln(|!^that jn^the caae, of an en^cant for-^homeatead/be, ing absent )�n'military aery lee and. unable, to cUltlvatetthe land, he may leaae in toiother partlea, The new regulation-v�hh!h haa-',bee,i paiied w)tK a vIeW to increaalng agi'leullural prodiiotlon, will appjy to entranU en^���|i In. th^; ^ayxv^ aa welt as tlie'arfljyand alao Yt^*. hoipeateadftta^bfhaMid 'VV' work deemed by|t^> m\nlatM to br -of nat|oparimi�ortanee. inted to a Judicial position and that James MaoPheraou)-parliamentary Bocrotaiy, to- the war ott(cb I will.go to Ireland In his place.; � , > ' . The^Lfverprfol Post says that among thoipersons involved in tho-changeMt is.'as'Slirted which is' approaching, is Foreign Secretary Balfour/who Vhna showh a tendency ot^'late,to46an . forces in ' France;^, A cablegram; ; ' was ,received- today: atf thefcoiori- , el'a office' here.. Young Roosevelti Is a captain. ' " �� , TWOVMOREASaiSTANTfiVVv^i^^i^ SEC^RETARIES OF WAR Washington, �Mar.; 13,-?-X .lioiise/lJlf creating two ndrtitlofxa)^ assistant isec'-retarles, of war was. pas^ajHtodaylby, the. Honato. .... ,, - .�;.:;��,;..'>��,.�: ^ Ottawcai Mar.'13,-The-important fin* noupcement was raadeMie'to today; by Hon. C. Ci pallontyne, mlnlster.ot mar> -Ine and' the naval service that an ' arrangement which jetties -the long reached. It' will remain iu force at least during the war. .: V/ The new agreement, which ia re� garded as another evidence ot how the two countries are sti'iving to break., down all barriers - that stand in the : way of greater production, provides for, / complete reciprocity of portprlyil^ges, for the tlshins craft of; the two countries. This will,not only- enable an; important Increase -in the. amount.-Of fjsh produced to be made by th'e two countri^, but win dov away with the t irritating; delays; to: yessels ot either country in the ports'oftho other.' �4V! i While for.stfmeyearspast fishhavo beten' admitted jinto tl\e -.United St?ites .a") free of'diily, Canddldn'tisUermen bnvtfS i been unable to take full advantage ;oeq^^ this as Canadian fiahingitesBels weroo ? not permitted to, go directly fr,on[jj,tJ\ai?4 !^{jM^: J VICTOR';' UOANjqANV^:�fP��|^,^ S -"yJctory Uai�.>. dariyMBeri*j|; a port'in Canada. , ' ^ f jl For ytars lobster botkts hftVe beou,-^ coming 6ver to Canada and,tlaUlng,out*,-''d Hide territorial watei's dvring 'cloao;^ time and also ^nalde^such wator^, tlvus -^^ minimizing; the go'bfteffegta'of qanada's ; protective meaaureBapd caUalng'Annoj-v ance to t( grega,''prph^bltlpg the Importatiomlnto o that country ,ot lob'slers taken .oft C^n^^^'^ ttd^'s const durlug'the close tUne,;,tUu9 ' doing, .away with "another aourc^iSpC-^ trouble: "'Vt �} may receive their/6he(^l|tp^i(6R vBorlln, ,Ma":.%e Odejwiil tlje,w�ij;^i 0?20 ;