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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 21, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta KN10AY, MARCH 21, TtTE LETHRniDGK DAILY HERALD PAGE THIRTEEN r KroAi Hoard Wire From W. A. M. ibat arrangement had cam-el k-d c'-pt with reference to certificates al ,P. lo This Effect Head in Legislature 1 (Sji-vlul' lo The Herald) KDMONTOX, March reas An the Dominion government canu'J'vd arriiueomeuts for thip- free from tho north lo ihe boulh SIT; 1 OH of the province was be- cause of ihe advantaKu taken of it by !Epeculators, the cost lo the fulural 'r govoi ntnctit already amount- tins to' The railways bear the oilier half of ihu su that U-iuuv near lo a million. lu'urti this morning wlion a "from W. A. lUii'liumin, of Ijoih- c. ncmlipr tin: ftvleral narlla- t lo Course leader of the ready Issued for Iho shipment of free." and that no uwv IT rllt Scales were being Issued." 'J'ho minister also 'said ihe objection to the arrangement Iming tuken ad vantage of by cattle speculators wa- not well founded In that the ar rangetuc-ul was first nude, the pro vlnclal department was very carefu in issuing certificates to BOO inai onl honafide farmers got Ihetn. Hut ih federal governnieut had insisted o their own representatives O.K.'ic :tho certificates also, with the resti I that parlies to whom the provincial 'department .of agriculture objected to LEASES REASON gt Trade Asks Opened Up Ite farmers received Ibe certificates dws Mr Al the conclusion of luncheon cf the board of trade held Thursday noon Uio following business wae brought up by President Marnoch in Ibe chair. The followiu? letter was- read, and on the recommendation of HJie meet- ing, was to lie published In ttie prtEs and a ccpy of the iasue Et-nl to Mr. Colciuac of the C. 11.: Onefour, Afta., Mairli 17, J919. President G. It. Mcrnoch, Board of Trade, Ixithbridge. Alta. Dear Sir: A newspaper heading says: "Cole- man completing line would lie In nature of a luxury." with stouea and missiles commenced1 had ur-W party bten supplied with Tlie -wrHiieBSt "We had about 40 iw. They beeu iianJed out ai W, when Ike usual parade was heW." The coroner: 'They vitro handed out as a The "Yes." j tain instructions were that com- pany atid platoon commanders sbouta organize and protect thy records of- fice. The Impression bo got 'lurlnj? the morning was that the men would be no res pet-tor of the records office and canteen hut would brtak straight through. It was only wanton destruc- tion. The "Can you give any idea of tbe number .arrested, eayj The witness: "Seventy to eighty. They are all in different milLiury prisons and will ultimately lie tried." The coroner: "With regard to ihe live deaths, can you say. how raany of the niea belonged to the defense Tbe witness: "Only one. Pte. DU- The coroner: the men who received the rifle's alfo rupidlc-d with The wllnees: "Xo. not at the time." The major added that up to a ccr- lou." The coroner: "The other (our men were among the attacking The witcest: "They verc on the attackers' eiJe; whether they were ttat'c.ers or onlooltfre 1 do not know." The coroner: "Can you tell me ow It was the dHendirs party as in ji'issession of auiruunltfoti or when it procured, seeing lhat jnie of the dead were The witness: "My experience has been that most coming Ivoine from fYance have few rouwlfl Mn ihelr kit as souvc-olrs. they ho'.v stripuK it wms, had oa tjaelr Tlio toroner: "Wai? ihere any al- tempt made to runh ihe position of the attacking "Yes, bu[ I was not there at the time. 1 believe two or three rushes were made and priwa- ere brought in." A juror wauled lo feno'.v the s-hot was fired by [he atutfc- ins or defense party, but tlie ccron-r the question on Iho ground that the witness was not an wit- ness of. the openiuB PURE FOOD MARKET WEEK END eay this? Because from the federal representatives. of tne country "tributary to Ihe was a factual dealers and cattle j unfiDislieii poriioil ot thV railroad is held by catllemen on grazing leases, 'i niinisler rent ;i Irtsgtliy agriculture ulso to Mr. Crerar j Alter considerable how- v ol the Kiime Itnitort protestins against over, Iho comniittte finally passed the t a IK'i'1! a I ion of tho frco feed arrange-, resolution: _ nu-nl 'prior lo April 30. ihe tlxeVl. Mr. Buchanan's Wire 'Resolved, that committee of tlit1 Ic; Ike agricultural assembly of Alberta strongly urge, tbe Doiniu- Mr. iuiirhaiiiin's win1 to Mr. Hoadley Ion department of agriculture lo rciil: "Matter not railed yet. I'rerar store Immediately the free shlpmeni biuioyed at Imposition of privilege of hay and feed from northern lo by. rerlaiii reonle uot entitled lo con- southern Alberta, tbe recent stormy KlViMulloii. Cost to government'will weather having produced 'an acute _ ftmr hundred thousand, away be- condition under which live stock are ng a re-eximnnation o roml original estimate. L'rerar asking suffering severely from lack of r.P.H.-. recnjjnlze applications In alj -and this commlltee considers the can-jc He can matte two blades or grass grow where, lUere was only one, and lie can make wheat and oats and potatoes grow If farmer can do this, ivliy is rancher amoved lo lease tins land RI two cents on acre? Because his money- mlngtes usefully in political affairs at. Ottawa, The a nhat Is to be done; about it? The Onefour farmers dre demand-; leased land n southern Alberta by a _comnetent: _ _ coinniissEoa, and each (jturler-fioction o'.K.'u VlTl Tel ctllatloti of free freight without no-1 found suitable for agriculture to be yoa final decision. Arrange- tlcc as unfair and is bound to work opened lo puhUc for homestead- serious hardship and probably result Ing. They are demandng the cnmple- c' parts lion of the Lethhridge-Maryfteld of Iho province." The was presented by meat-still In Marshall explainou STIFF JOINTS SeREUSCLES Martin Woplf, Caidston, was moved branch of the C, X. K. WiH Ihe Lethbridge of Trade support Uiese demands? Yes, if we Hon.'Duncan Marshall and second-; ran wako the members of that od by .Mr Hoadley and adopted iman- honorable board to tho fact lhat a imonsty- settled country will bring more wealth into that city than aa occasional rancher now funiiFhes..... Respectfully, In cases of rHcuniatism and lame back it penetrates quickly, drires out lor.encss, and Jsmbcrs up stiff, aching joints and muscles. Wizard .OiKis an absolutely mhle. antiscpiic application for cuts, burns, hitc.s, and stings. Sprains and bruises Iicaf readily under ilb sootli- penetrating qualities, i Ccl''it from druggists for 30 cents. Ml nnt satisfied return get your money back. t j Ever constipated' .sict just try Ljver pleasant liitlc pink'pills, 30 tlnarantecd. T Dallied With Proposal For Prince Max 9i Baden "Marshal von Uih- statemeut explaining the flight of former Emperor William, ihere was a sliarp criticism of Prince Maximilian of Baden, llic former chan- cellor, for publishing fact of the taker's abdlcatloh Vlthout the latter's assent. II is'expected the laltnr will invoke n sharp rebuke by the former clmncellpr's-friends, wlio arc already pointing out lhat the kaiser on Octo- Iwr.Sl, Vvlthoul consulting or. notify-( ing Ihe chancellor, who vainly iried 1 at the last moment to induce the em- peror to stay in Berlin and later un- successfully urged him to return lo Iho capital in order that he might form his judgment lo Ihe extent of HOSPITAL BOAT DELAYED BY FOG PORTLAND, Maine, March 21. hompital ship which had been fixpectsd today" with about 800 wounded CanadFan has delayed by fog and will not reach Portland until tomorrow noon, according to a, wireless mesiage-frjyn the steam- Price List on Quality __.__Groceries To Help The Thrifty Housekeeper !the crisis and tlie advisability of ab- dicating. "Prince Maximilian convinced of Evidence Taken in Coroner's McLean on (he Stand ffiypM Look at Tongue! Move Poiiont From Liver and Bowels at j Once. Mother! Your child isn't naturally (jroFs and peevish. Sec it tongue is coated; this in u sure sign its little stomach, liver and bowels need a cleansing at once. iiuuiuauun m tuu viuvmvi uim um again I Wlion listless, iialc, feverish, full of 1 mmcialtari of tbe throne by the crown, Kry coltl, hrftlh bad, throal sore, dwsn'l' says the Tagcblalt. "1L wafi i Major C. W. McLean was the first oat, or act naturally, has meaas, (Q tiavo Oer- witness. He said lio was attached to rich-ache, diarrhoea, cleansing should I many from complete debacle nnd revo- the forces and was in com- RHYL. North Wales, March via Liverpool. March inquest n sumed today on ihe five soldiers of the Canadiau aimy who met In cimiliaii had ong been ,ne on March 6_ the inevitability of the j Majw. st asslstan[ proyoar. the emperor nnd the j marslial, again represented the" znillti always be Hie first treatment, Riven. 1 Nothing eriuals Syrup of for children's Ilia; give a ten- Kpoojiful, and in a feu- hours all (he to escape snch advlco and to seefc a' more congenial al- niosphere. He dallied with the foul w.isle, feour hile and fermenting of abdication-in'these surroundings ffjod which, in Iho hotels until too to save the throne for (lasses possihle successor." R well artrt Waytu) child again. All thef chiidren dcllefoiiA "fnitt iievcr falls to! BOLSHEVIKS IN UKRA.IN fcjfccl cleansing. .of- all nges plainly 6n the r. homo_ liUln gfvefi1 H sick child omorrow, hni'Bct'lhc EOtitifnc. Ask i your druggist for a hollle of "Cali- fornia Syrup of then look anr ?r-c (hat R Is made by the California Pig Synip IN CRITICAL POSITION I1K11NK, March rrhe Uhralnian forces of Hen. Petlura ha successfully resumed the offensive, ac- cording to advices to Ihe Swiss Tele- graph froin ihe seat of "Ihe Pctttira government. The pbsUloiv Ihe'IJolshcTlkl in the Uk- raine is declared to be critical. GROCERIES SPECIALS FOR SATURDAY Good Eating Apples, 3 .or.WJ (or ....i.'.V. liollod Ofllsj ifll.j sick, i "Tor phis: Fi null......... I'uri! CraMpple ..Idly, per Orflngn Jelly, pnr Jar Gold Uar Seeded HafslnF, per pltg................ JJA JVt 320 13TH STREET NORTH lution. The emperor went lo great jinfind of n district of KlnniEl Park'. The trouble riiose in (be afternoon of March 2, when half a dozen men car- ried a banner toward llic camp main entrance. There was a picket at the gate lo warn (he men that the camp organized, any1 at tempi :b wreck it. but the men pushed on to the guard. The quarter guard th rushed the men and heat down the leaders with !he red flags, locking ihe men In the guard room. The remainder of the parly diapers. and took up a position opposite tbe guard room. They began to show and throw stones, and: when an'offic er's party went to parley wilh them tolling them .organ I re i Id resist all allaclss, !he men refused to lift en and Kept shouting "come on boyp." cxchangel) and Major McLean paid h? --.vent lo headquarters to explain (he situation. On his return the trouble had The coroner: ''I lake it that you had some warning1 that a disturbance might be The witness: "About 10 o'clock In the morning1." The coroner: that Ihe first intimation you had of trouble brew- The witness: "Xo, 1 heard night before at a meeting at headquarters lhat Irouhle was" brewing." VThen had been lome .trouble Yne night I in, tho, other., end camp." Conllnulng; Mnjor. McLean saM that hn bad reason ihere would BTI attack on ihe cninp. The purtjr hundred; Some'were'cafrylng parts of flfles; some carrying- ride thV staffs brofctn off. He dW ntiy wilh complete nrrcftt of some of the leaders, the others pcurrJctl away, but almost Ira mediately reassembled, In Camfi 18, lio said, Ihrrt) or four rffles were seen, but a lot were under cover Tlic corouer: "When ihe for 25c Currants, lier jikg. Stop; 3 bars i3C Ijllao KOBC Soap, 3 burs Tor Ffltry Soap, per Infant's rx-Hglii Toilel BING WO PHONE per d ore n and 55c LemohJ, per and 40c Florida Grape Fruit 13c and 16c Rhubarb, 2 Ibt. for 15: Cucumbers, fancx. hot HOUSE 40c Green Onions, 3 bunches 25c Badishec, 3 bunches 2-- Lettuce, per Ib .1 We per Ib. 13c Sweet. Potatoes, 2 for 25c WONDERSHINE, Cleans gold and Silver perfectly. Regular 25c., Special, pkg. :..........15c Honey, Comb, 16 oz., 55e Honey, strained OntaHc, pint jars EOc Honey, strained Ontario, itach Honey, strained Ontario, 5s, each Junket Tablets 14c Olive Oil, 6 or. bottle.......................45c Per tin 85c Per gallon tin "l Ripe Olives, per tin 39c Salad Dressingr Mrs. Hauparch's. Regular S5c, on Peaches, Goodwillles, per ]ar s Sweet Onion Dickies, 35c Crwrii of WhJat 25ci Roman 34c Pettijohs's Breakfast Food................ 32c Glass Washboards......................... Combination Shoe Cleaner and S5c Shaker Salt, per' Shortbread, per cake 15c Asparagus Tips, Del Monte brand...........25c Salmon, Horaeshce, per tin.................42c Blue Label, per 34c Prunes, large size, per Ib. Carnation Wheat Flakes, pkg, Me Barrington Hall Coffee, per tin 57c GEO. KERR CO. Phones You Have Only to Open Your Eyes And see people tp whom glasses have beefl of imrrienie assistance in helping them to overcome troubles arising from a nervous drain, ti hear thi remark: "My eyes have not been right since I had (naming some severe To such people we earnestly .jkhSse a consultation witK! olir sight spedalHi. Ifjglasses wiD assist you, why delay? F. IL WILKINS Phones 1937 Southard Block Ground Floor Open 9 9 SPECIALS We have received another shipment of icnic Hams his is positively ihe last wo nil be able to sell at present rices. On sale tomorrow at per Ib. 26c. Average 6 to 8 pounds. 1 "hoice Creamery BUTTER TTlU'lje Kit on Saturday ontr 2 Ib. for Owing to wMttar cjuflitkmi the ratter mMkrt is eilremely ttrmf at he present- time. require nient i before other takes We have received a yery choice shipment of grairi- fed today, whidv'swill be r :v toinbtTow at 30c. and per Ib. for choice roasting cnU. Burns Tomato Sausage I Owing to the increasecTcle-. mand for our Tomato Sausage several of our customers hive been disappointed duringithc last week. Kindly place your orders early in order that you may secure a supply for your breakfast. to 6 to 9 P.BURNS CO. MAIN MARKET THIRB'AVENUE PHONES 412 AND CjnaiU ftst ReUII No. TMIRTIENTM N, PHONE 411 -_ No. DOMINION MARKtT COR. 4TH AVE, AND (TH 4T. S. PHONE OnjdJ Foot ttlrt RcUII No. DOMINION. FISH MARKIT.- PHONl J4S ;