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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - March 19, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta volume XI. 'Much Discussioh on Several jSaHent Feaiuresof the Bill/ But LitiW Awiendment MlWSTER AGRICOLlllRE ^ IS PREPARING FOR  PRODUCTION CAMPAGIN (Special to the Herald) . . -Edmonton, Mar. 18.-Treatment of matornlty casoi In district hospitals �waB discussed wWlOv ttte IcglBlature wns lii committee ot the whole housb >Iondaiy afternoon on the munlitpnl ^, hospitals act;' H. X, Montgomory, Wo-taHklwln, moTlnp an amondmont thut � MO fees,should DO charged. Hon. a. P. Smith having Informed Iho house that the schedule of fees . .must be:.approv�ja by. tlio department, afid that-he would do everytltlng ho - could to make tjie f�e9 la'Such cases the; very mlnlmifnr,_ the amendment was withdrawn.' Mr. Montgrdraery said they all kaew thnt,tlw groat percentaise of deaths at chlldlhlrtlv'were owing, tVthe^ lack ot medical attendance or hfitslnK. What was thoTeiiBon of that7 The cost, and It made ..tlib' woman take. h. chance wh�ire there should bo no ohanca.. It somethlnir were not done In this direction, his advocated the member tleclared. tlifiy. would, have the conttn nance ot the same olilerror of things. .'Or. Stanley: urged that gavernmont grants Dhould . bo , given hospitals to Ileal \Wlth such cases. .New ZSaland'a P\An aifs. MoKInney, In urging thatsome-thing"defi>iit�r should be done fnform-�d the house ihat in Now Zealand each smother roceivcdr $30 on application to helpiiwy. the medical and nursing tees. V That'country held that tlie best Im-iiilg/ants ^were the children born iu I Premier Stewnrt-sajd Uiey; Ii*l'to ftVold-lnoroasing the burdens 6l tha inunloJpa1{ti68 nmder the apt, and what was'proposed was just (he thing to tampcdo the, people ngainat tho cheme. J. Kemmis refemd to the auoa-tlon ot incompetent nnrdhig.andt^MJr.' HmlUi replied tbat Ih^sj^rhole qUMtlbhnacr!the''Act. � .�.:w:-.iDlrtotE(eetlsn � W: M. Davld8.on on'tbe conslderiitloo of the sub-scctlon provided that each contributing council ftball, at Its first meeting inieaohflyear atte^ ,tha ratification of the sohemqf appoint the members Who v^hall Represent it on the bbard .ndwocatod the direct election jtt the mpmbjprs./He ^as of opinion ..the fiu^cess ot.the legislation would bo affected : to some extent by the eharaoter of the men who would c6n-.jtituie the first board, � Hon..Qeo.. P. aralth,., replied he would not,bir^surilrlBed ir in the working put of th� act such a change.might bo neqessary, and-he would not be uyerse a year later to such an amend 'iQont. But,! he Hhought until the act Kad been tried qut in a few districts thpy. should:-let � the provision in tlie act stand. QeprgoiHoadley, Okotoks, said:^hat �n, having: thevmorabers of * the board ap^plntod they, ,w?ro. not following the samojines foltawed in starting the iSVl(em$. .upon .which tb'e people voted "Dr. Stanley; High Illvur, said they had ,t)te sauib, dlffioulty, in coniiectlon , ^Y^th.^^)le;^lettUh-boards,'bnd the was.tiiat'the;health acts wore ignored C , cpunolla who do not want'talnpur / tho oxpendUure.' LETHBRIDGE. ,\LB1^^A. TUESDAY, MA�CH 19, 1918 NUMBER 83 Holland Conditionally Acc;ei�ts:j|e , IHposals of Alltel ttti -o WONT fiXBMPT THE . .THEOLOGICAL STUDENTS B delivery on April 15 of one hunilfed thousand tonn of wheat." Dr. Loudon added, however, that the assent of-tho Dutch gov.ernmont was based on conditions. Included among these cutidtttons were the claims {that tlie allied governments should guarantee that no troops or war' materials vessels destroyed be replaced by otli-era after the war. Vknother coiidltion was that bunker coal necessary for transporting morchandL^e t(\ Holland ought to be furnished Dutch ships: Awaiting Action Washington, Mnr. 19.-Ilequlsltlon of Dutch ships in American water stlU awaited iword^from London today ami officials Indicated that actual aoixuro would not take placo until the Netherlands govornmciK had been heard from. .  ; Veply to the American and British demands ^waa said to have been dispatched thorough Londqn, ' but It has not beon roceived here. . \ All departraouta ot the government .......... - the solauro were roady tdj;a�h)iiiiica]ly since thou. (MilitMn View Amst'irdsni^'^ar. 18.-The Berlin corr^spondenC'it^'Uio Handolsblad says th'e German staadpomt Is that no Dutch ship.JiHoiilil bn allowed tor America: unleBS ya. ."corresponding 'Dutch ship Is j-oturAed to a Dutch port from abroad and. that Dutch shipping now in Holland'.tiMat remain outside the roach of th�, flirtcntc. It Holland yields on thuse points,.the correapondentj^midB, German Interests woiild be 'so sHrongly assailed that friendly relatldtiS' l)etween Genminy and Holland would lio gre-vy Jmporlj-lod, � ./ N odio build ships with all modern Im-prpTeipeptttj: w^loh' could bo obtained inid'jyauUl deqllne to overlook- any chanoe that sqeih^t'd-to otfiir A success. !' "If ton alilps are' attacTtrt and" the devices save aq,ly > two, ttien. we galu that.much,", tt�5giald. .�The idevlcea we have undwiooBSideratlon will not d�l�r vr�diiction or'laason the ships efflcUiS*:'' - /^ lfiiii�tii oftlia^iiSViintibD are withheld tiiw; (fie;:T�ilurit�fy^conBor8hlt>. ' iiiiilHE ftofllna, SMk., ,Mar..19,^th�t the Dominion govsrnmont Is seriously conoldsring elthor placing an smbargo on tho Importation of au- -tomoblles orefsossrlously restriot-Ing.tholr Importatloiii'.ls word ro-.' colved tgdHy byvE. T.AVHband, ex-prealdont'sftho^ Begin* vAutomor bllo olub from E.T. Wright, pros!-dsnt of tho Manltebn Motor.Trados Unlen.MK .Wright Mas wirtd all  �iito otubt and doaltra to start oamppign sif pratoot and !� now on his wa/.to Ottawa tov.fighi-the ^ �as* forthe autb,lnto�Mts. Mr. QmiOt sald^wbat was advocated was a domoQ^atlo principle and his HympaKhlea xwere entirely with It, hut-^ there wqro praoMcal difficulties stood in the way of living effeclivt'o it until thoy had experience ,M tho working of the act, ' ^ v - Hon,' A\ ;^Ths Rats . ^.. '^"I- Dpvldilon though liberty should be glyeh thebo�,rd to strllfe lu hlfher j-a^te.thpn, thrgp miliB in pich dollnr or thr?^(Conw an acre;,Mr. Smltli, re-plyim('>8aldf^��;i;Ho,j:e8�lt l^f som^'sta^ . .^, M8^1ygr^ hacljdpno there would ,b(^ tonloltt>;;-condomning Oorman. polItloal > crimes. against^ tho Rusalanjand Rumanian pooples and rofualngvto aeknowlodgo Oor-, m�iiy'8.>p*aea'vtroati8k with)thorn   and also doolaring:' , :'*Wo. are fighting, land maan to' ' contlnuo fighting rrt.iordor'.to,finish onoa for all with thia.pollay of Dtundor ,and 'aeUlbUsh in Ita plaoo .4he psactful',fyal|n of'organiisd k �ju8tlot.|r ^iPROTtecipirATICAN Big C. P. r. Fill Washed Out When Dam in Coulee^ Bursts (SpecJfil to the Herald) ^Foremost, March 19.-Serious llooda: consequent upon the breaking of" tho dam in the coulee south-east of hei'e, have occurred and the coulee is flooded with water from 40 to 60 feet deep. The big C. P. K fill just east of town was washed outlast night, and.about 100 feet ot track and ties are suspended In tho air. This means that .tli^ train service east of Foremost will be suspended^ until this damage cany be repaired. ' ' � / i The*dam above the fill burst yeBtor* day and a head of about ^5 feet ot water sw^ept down^ the coulee,, Thq fill began caving in yesterday afternoon and this morning the filly.was' completely.wash^ away. mmm (Bpocini to Aiie HeraldJ i 4^t-. Edmonton, Mar.-19.-r-The act/tofln--corporate the war veteransvJipxt-dtkin fisso'ciation which l(aB been printed and circulated In the JBglalature ^pp^ars to be one' non-controversial mea^iire. It' states that the term ,"Next-of-Kln'! sliall mean and-Include the wlve3i> widows, mothers, sisters" and daught�b of men of.all services of the-iemplro 01- Its allies who have been lictlvely eiigaged in the war and.hu'a obtained huncrablo discharge aUd tu^ the term '/association" shall mean anv.nexi-ot-kln: association established under^ihe act. Any ton or more nekt-of^ln may-crganlKo such an aesooiatlon and ment- by ballot or in some form iirovldod^bv/ constitution. .Others than. nviXtof-Kin may>be honorary. mej])bi^;i7(ijWei;:iH given to borrow^money foi^.thu pul^p'oAiB frf-'thecorporntlpn' and Jmiy fife used 1.0 enquire a site and era'ct bulldlnjKil' for thevassociatlon. Nothing Isulefined'as to the. objects of thg'assocUtlouV Lotf^on,. Mar. .1i.'?-The supremo rttJo^nf Paris, March,il,-ff�nch pat--rets oparattng'laai i;|ght In tho vicinity,of NhaliHJa pdnatfata'd,tho Qor^nan lino tojR^dlafiineit'ftfirttoro than throWlfMia -ofVa^njile,- ac-cordlftq,te ^U^iy/a, war^-.^frioo an- coraiftq to Jo^awa. yifai^f-efrioo an-;: '' -' Thoro 'YVfkavhoayyU�rg(>t , Si MUST RAISE TEN MILLION, RED CI^OS^ WInnlpoa, Mar.. 19.-APRroyiA.V ' ately $10,000,000 Is Canada^a Ibiid, gat thia yoar for tho Rod Gnu?ai': Which $4,350,000 lo/oallod JtK^ eaah, and batwaon l^lx and^MyaiT million dollar* iii .suppllaai aqoai>^. Ing to Col. N-oal Malfkhalt. pVaai. dent of thaCanailian'-RadLCresaVi commlttoo who Is In ths cit/teday on an offlc|al'VlB)t.\ invite^ewspaF" TO^SEE 6 v>^ ,';:^-x'^-'��^^xi'�i:�^^:.'^- ''�^-�'''^''^�-^Th�'l .tho, Germany arpfiy havcWyittd , ' a number-iof neutrpl,NeorrMMhd' -' ' ""� to>a pr^dODt at tho Oi^^V , offonsive ,'on tho Wastprn ,froi ' ith* tj^ohapgo. Ttloari pany'a i^oprroapondontT m from air raids ,; Homo;'Mar|l9.-(Spoeilil cable ^Ao tha Mall ^nd Empire).-The OsfOfvatorofVllfemano which is tho '-organ' of ->tpM''yatican, imnouneoo that tlia'lpfiwsary proeautionary mcaauitdieriHiiie tieen adopted by thoVai^n>*alnst a possible air . rald^iRomoi'Arpangen�ant��ha%� � .>eon made lor the fl^eect^and im-' ,'modlate commtnlj^^lbn tothe Vat-lean of ala�m olanaio..-^....... trs Suspicious Quartette Arrested in New York-A Neutral Coun^ . ^ try is Involved Dispatches From France Show That Germans Lost No Delay In Putting Plans Into Effect KAISER PERSONALLY TO GOVERN PROVINCE OFCOURLAND.ISPLAN Waslilngton, Jlsr. 19.-FurUior HbIu Is slied by an official dlsipatch from France on the German scheme to extend her control over Russian Baltic provinces. The Uispntch says; , "Von .Kuohlmann (the German foi'l '�^Ign itJlnlster) elaborated tho grand [.diplomatic schemn which without direct- annoxatlon.s reserved to Gormsnv the .protiectorate ot Courland and Lithuanian and abandoning" that of ilAs-slau Poland to Austria. Tho opposition' of Lu'dondortr cauBud,the name of Ihe provincial council.- a, /eprasfsntatlve assfembly ot all classes; ot the nation'and ,jipt simply th^ laiiil'owners. ^ ."The body 'WP?, organized In tills way; Six delegates from large land propi'lqtoi's; six from average owner.i; tour from the towns; 6ne from the country;'three from the clergy', niid It.guavaivteed.to.the Gorman minority' bt the.Courlririd population the. majpr-Ity "ot;1Tio" 8^at�'. For 'ere?tter"8ilf0ty the 20 members' of the* council ivefe not elected by (hose Interested, but jhvere (ohdsen bj- the diet itself. They could-only be docile In the hands^of Germany. . ' , , " ' Crown for Kaiser I "It is'this �jiroyinclal council which mat on March 8, \ifider tho presidency ot' the Oerman ."administration -and took the resolution upon the intitiativo of-six barons to'propose to the Berlin government a series of military, excise, custofns,.Judicial.und university conventions- and,_ to ,,o/fer the' ducal power to EmDeror,5WlJllam. "Tlie panrGermanlo'/pres'S hifturally applauds^ enthusla^,tic&lly. while other papers manifest a certain surprise. Tlfe emperor, :how.eyer,fieem8 inclined to accept the cvoVfc if not tor himself, then tot,one,of his sons.'*; O > 4> 4i .> 4 _ fOBLEFORO NOMINATIONS Nominations for the election of three councillors for the newly created village ot Nolilu-ford tooW place there yustor-day as follows: C. S. NtiliU;, .1. \V. Medd, J. llorrlH and F. W. Hunt. .J. W, Medd later dropped out, raa'rtinK uu election unnocessai'y. : 4 > o o ? � :. -.�� i' - New York, March 19.-Four persons claiming French cltiaenahlp but whom both-American and French authorities say: have been intimately,' connected kwith' German espionage activities ih tli9'United States, were yoster'day arrested in their iiandsomoly appointed suites in prominont New York hotels by, agents ot tlio department of justice. They will be turned over to the immlgratmn authorities for deportation to France. 'k Ip^maklng ki^own the an-est of the quartette, Chatlos F. DeWoodle, dtv-isiou. guper'ntendent of the department-of justice intimated the deporta-. tioii of two men and two women was desved in order to place them under dhe-i jurisdiction of French authorir ties i who may further tbeir prosecution. . The;.four persona ^have. been under aurv6lllanc(y tor several weeks but not until'two ot thorn, a woman calling heraelf Madame Desphia Storch, and another: suspect known as .Baron Henri De.~ uevllle, departed /or Cuba one .week ago after a mysterious two-day aiay. at WaeUiugton, did. the autl^ori-ttesvcoiislder tlieir apprehension advisable. .The'^olhor SHfipeets.-are .known as ftfaitame Klizabotb!,; Nix and Count Robert'Declairinont.i ' v )\VI>^tt Madam Stgrch �nd�Baron De Bevilie wire taken lutqi.oustod}'- at /Key" West, wlill� enroute'.to Ouba, it leat^ted a half bueheUbMltet of pap-era'.were B0l7,ed fcom a ts^te deposit boJti- llr- this city jwbltb -i�Me of them luMl^'reuted. A number'pt cableiiramB in^^ode were umoDgLt,he8^ papers, . '^'Because of erabarritsiment whicit theyvjiald might rejiult tWtween the Amdrlcau state departmeatilmd aiieu-tralrgovornment which .wi^anot'epecl-fled authorities wtthI)eld>,cominent: on I certeln: features of.itbe/ilnreotlgatton, ^i^tlculerly In canneoUmwltU-one of the?women uuder deteaUw^/-;--' HITNGARIANS APPROVE: ( Electoral REPpRMs '/^^^Abaterdam, Mar. ta.^iqrbe franchlii epmmittee.of the Huonrlau ai-the i /aiders were Amcrlcuns," the-traveller uald. "l was In the neighborhood of a big munition work.i at Mnlhelm (north of Coblenz, and also'; oii the !lthlne) at 30 minutes past nooii wheii ."suddenly all the factory wiilstles. started, blowing and.the sirens were-sounded-'. Many women rushed from the.works tor tl\c bomb proof sholtersf ^While � passing .street cars wore .stopped and; the orews bolted Into houses. Four or. five air.-J planes wero visible In the clear .sky. "Presently some one exclaimed: 'They are AniericanSf' another screamed iiloud: 'The Americans are coming,' a Dutchman 1 knew pushed' up to me und said; 'Didn't I teliyowthe Americans would conic sooner or later'."" "I cannot say whether the'-^nachlnes were actually Americans but the striking thing was tlio evidence that there has been skepticism,-whether American airplanes ever would boipe.!' , . ! The neutral traveller added.�Ihafal-thQiigU the machines � raei;,ely'.-.pa�Bed' over Mulhelm on thojr wiiy'to CbViletsi'. It..was not until four o'clrick'that tho ''all el^r" .signal was B^ttjaedj Bolsheviki Are Aided in Fighting by Released German Prisoners Under Hun Leaders ' TEUTONS IN CONTROL \J NOW OF ENTIRE SOUTHERN RUSSIA Wa.shlugtou, Jiar. 10.-Slate doparl;t mont dispatches ycslordsy from Pekln put tho number ot Japanese killed iu fighting al Blagoyieslitchensk at sU and two wounded. Pres."? dlspatchen from Loiidoii put the number killed by tlio Hulshevikl at. XuO, although l.itei* dispatches from TIcn^TsIn. via London, gave the number at three. Hun Prisoners Aided London. Mar. VJ. - Two thousand armed German prisoners enabled the Bolshcvtk^to defnat the non-Bolihevlkl atudying-meftnil^'if. not ________,. war, Q( atr^lRRitSlifflltlng its horrors,' but -80 fai;/ l^^nul>.ifound !firguments I powerful'ononB)v^vti>: to be omployed.rfaiil.arly in a waoful oc-, cupatlo|naht by Senator |�ob)neon.*J '"^'* ' Staff '� tn atreeto,' lto^la,'atoroa*i, French Airmeii bi�|Go'oai.Worle -Belgians Rejpiiiiiie .Ger� , man Attiacka^_ : Paris, March Ifl.-^Heavy- ^artillery fi^htin^ Is In progress-on the .Verdun front, saya last night's- offloial, com-muulcatlon. - Oh the'Belgian, front-there wero struggles before tlie" Germans were expelled from positions In which they had gained a footing. The statement follows: . , �- "Two enemy raids, one ' south. of Jurencourt, the other .southeast of Corbeny, were repulsed att6r'spirited' fighting In which tho Gormans .suffered considerable loss. 'We took: prisoners. >��-.�.: "The artillery on bpjth^Id?? , 'v^'a rather active, particularly In the regions of Samogneux! and- Bexonvoux (Verdun front) ns wcUasiix-Lorraine, between-Buree and BadonvlUer. . . "Or Sunday throe German atrpl^ues were- destroyed and r.alx, otliera* $,vere badly damaged by our pdots; 7 A captive balloon was set-on fire by..ono' of our aviators. . Furt^ert^^ore,� It-^has been learned that two^othe^ German planes ' were- brought.downvQu March 15 and IG. . Qur bqmjiardipg-squadrons threw, six. t)ipusQ.ntl4kllpgram8 ot explosives on Saturday apd'^iOOO on Papal /�ccreiary,: Issues - State-meAt^'ivinglJHis Views / jBfn Air BfalLds ^ Rome, March 18.-t-Explanotion was given 'today,'^t the :offlc6 of the papol secretary of' state; of -'Ihe ropovt 'that the pope was attempting to induce the belligerents;,' to ;t!pV�,ef'alr raids upon open cities.'. � Mon'sIgHor: CorrottI, as- ^, v,.. ..-�,.u.w� w,vvv.vu slstant papal Kecrbtarydf state, said: Sunday on cantouments,.and stations "The'-Holy, Pitner has trequentlj^-ottlvo enemy." / , . . condemned v snob. (Saots py whom-so-evdr c6mm\tted"J5,lW^ at''various u times paved;lho Wi$\to a'jolnt ngroawi ment'^oil'it,)l(VS{mtbft|ct,^'.but both belllg-'erentfl' apparently/have- so for been unable tolii ione handv A^strd^Q'qJpDtms' have claimed that air raids w^reW direct'mlHtary value. In tliat.tl)Vji!�tW�irod" the morale In cities^hlCll.affJm'ttttagkea.  Oft-I the otKej';^h'a�"d^thor-allie� .liislst on repriaaU;;ntiX'HttacMUig. military, fac-, torlea aji^^wlki^U^aa^ In open citles.;\ The ;itl�MUntMcWt �tat#; that'l the H9*:>Vfttt^M,(�;Vlaily, engaged in ylngme^nii'yt^.^ol of'.ending, th�; capital oC Amur province, Siberia, last Tuesday, according - to n scml-oftlolHl BtaLement issued In^Toklo Sunday and transmitted by Heuter. The' report . that 150 Japanese were murdered -"by the Bolshevik! has not been confirm, ed. .' ... Took Odeota Eaelly . ' Petrograd, .Mar. 18-Four regiments took Odessa without a fight, according to advices received here, from tho Austro-Germnns oporatinii.in that region. The invaders, captured enor-' mous quantities of war^-material anil :' oilier booty, the rapidity of the Austro-^. Oerman occupation making removaLot^ supplies Impossible. Before retreatinK 'f the Uussians made a feefblo effort to set.tiro to Odessa, but w-ere frustrated 'v by the quick arrival of the enemy.. : At .Nikolayey, the banks immedlate-i -ly resumed business nnder German ! control. Kharkov was vacated hastily when It was iearnesl that the Austro-'. , Gertiians had occupied Konto, Bakii- v niat(;|i ,and Vprqja.. ' .  -,� three thousand Austro-Gerraan'vlirl- '; sonoirB, at Kostov aro.reporlei^ to havp : ar^ied themselves and captured 4ho to^n. , .The famous guards reg rapnt frptn M6ac6,whaa be^n dlsarmm The headrfif: tho Turklalt^, arjnv: has; ; aggepted.^he;'proposal -of the autono-.moft6A[yj?Vernmeht-of the CttUcasuS to negotiate for a separate peace'^. i � . Mutt Show Fioht \ , : Petrograd, March' 19.-^Rugsla'Vcaii ; the rqlchstag of the peaca^treaty whicti.' Russia slgfl'Sd, declared that-he did r not wishto discuss the opinions, vol: Germany's enemies  regarding t^O , tr.eaty. ��'. -  .��/- "Hypocrisy," the chancellor^dded', ; "has become second nature to", tho, J enemy whose untruthfulness is mjdd / worse by Its'brutality. Every attempt at calm legislation and -v'ar realVde-i liberation must;fail trhen^the enemy, at the Mery moment theyitre laying a. i v l\qavy hand on a neutral couatry, .daitj' to speak of a policy guided by complets. ..il unselfishness.  " * ' ,  \> ^; "The treaty-with Russia coutainsno-'.^f contritions TUsgraceful:;| ^ 'm The chancellor ^eclitred that-Cour�i;�i; land and' Lithnanja ^were united t�iy S Germany politically/ economically and.?: militarily, and. added:'' " . , '^Livonia ,iuid Bsthonin are the ea^t^.'i'yhole'^'eatit^riu.^i^l'; front will be restored, as lannouhcedL^;^' February Mi bnt among'^thBieniien^^^ powers there is not' the tleast vldclinar During the night '4the;*^enemyv)?iiat:: iteaipt^d three raids Unyrtevnelgh^ir-; 'hood* of Orenlef Wo'od' and vFleurw*s, but was repulsed with? losa-.tH-'i^awi 'case. There was coiisiileriible'^ligiallle | artillery activity In lljei fronts andtback areaB'.ln the.Ypres �edtjOr;o5';.';''3r?;T.'- Bijtle. Mont,;;Mar. If-^ttrperii DIED WITHIN 0A�;Qi�;;v>i>; HIsiWIifiaiiOSAlll* Simeoe, Out., Mar,>l9,T-'\Vj''e. ln�eu,' ^wh0j,waB one of thooerJiirftrumoi^''-'''--^ bringing abouf ama|ian>�tfn>>.% hrarloifs canning plans the 'forifiation ot tup .flor?, of which ha wi 'aieil here l|ist'pight, i' ty fci)to>v�d that of i\ Hf Intorproted'.) "Ret' y-'\ . Ujurlod yesterday ift^i 'i-r- '-;,'"^ ki ' � � � i � upon-theheada-otxthose WhoWlj^litobiff' tinuatiott ot'tbe. bJood8^^^."', v^' ST. ^ ' I'y^aterday^lB ooni^eqUon w�i�'a Sti rlckVDay c^l�br�t(qn are-help-' here tpnight tfad.w^ltonda^of,? eaQd. ,'MiiB'aii[fOuiit'^ltBS,flJte^, dera froilPtUe fe�ral.�overnmout^ >pQndi}*Ua(l,b,epn"ilxed^at f50 ffij case; lu T5r^l6l(thto charg(�a?(rf'dr inkH^e, pe8c*;^�ad..been^l>ro�ibtJ ,MorQ t)tan,o|ie,j�ii(4re4