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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - March 22, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta FHIPAV, MAIICM 22, 1918  Ottawa, Mar. 32,-Hon. A. K. Ma?-Lcaii, nctlDK minister of finnnco, in ~tlio ooinmons this afternoon tublocl the eatiniftte for llio flBcal year �vvliicli be-�llia bn April .1. tJioy total $252,793,-which In B (locreBso of J'i.OlS.SfS �s compared with tho fiscal your which closQB on March 3K The estimates' hnrsonblo to aonsoll-. Indebtedness incurred. In paying interest on securities or Ua^ing(6r.(!iiei'n ifftUway or any cortppny includoct lit'the!'C.N.K. systom, toiiqeet deficit in opetratlon ot the And for con.striiOtloh, botterinent� and purchttso of equipment. This lo^n is to he .secured mortgage .tpontbe tindortBkIn(^�of;iAe..'D,N.l,282,000. The bill was an Internal supply bill renderied necessary hy the near approach of the end ot the fiscal year. It covers oiTe-sixth of the expenditure to be voted under tho main estimates. ' ^ Hon. Charles ^J^huhy. -"I. slitflT have no objection {)rdyiaed the paas-tn'e of the bill ,(JoB8i'ftpt>preclude the striking pff -ot- onyv particular Item later.�� .r , ^Ir^.Ro^ert SordeJi": - "That is under- good appetite,' �Jod' spirits-i'; mean no;discom itt the/Body.' To .keep the orgatis in h&t-' mony-when there is need-use BEECHAM'S PILLS I SaU of Amf MWIclM hi Ih* WotIA S�U nirrmkit, im basUa tic. PAGE FXEVEN 5" ''T ^�^>> > '> MMmm stood'." ��� Tho bll! Ihoji went lo thn senate. Sir Wilfrid t.,aurlo.r asked -If the government' llitondea that the house adjoup over Kaster. 'The' proiillrir replied that the customary roness . was proposed-from Wednesday at six p.iti. to Tuysday. Sir Sam >liighofl asked if, In view of tho. opening Dt thfj oltenalvo'on the w,efltorn tropi If. tho "government had any int(in�itlon as to 'the jivogroas) nmdo., Sir ilpbert said'tlierjj.. was"no further information to haiid since the offensW^ higaii. . No Solemn Faces ' Sir Sam suggested any data in the way of casualties should bo first verified. "Thero should he no solemn faces amons the people uj>Canada. We I � , , , , are. prepared, 1.0 face, the worst," he I AmatorJam, Mank 22.--'Comment-added, i Ing'oil Presideril'AVilfoii'H communlca- Tlio promiov-"t (io not'think any' Hon regarding linldi shipping, tho Al-Jnforraatlon has been-glvtMi, out this, go,,ee,, Handelsbl.'Hl .say.s It consld-year w-ithout boine.first vcr fled." i ers^that. there now -)-vohn.s upon the Sir Sara:  Pcrliaps'not this year, j^lHoj powers tho ni..r,il duty of main- but certainly last year, Sir Wilfrid f.tturior asked it it was the Intention of tho militia departmenl to cancel the lease of a, property occupied in Quebec by the Sisters of Charily.. The slaters, said .S?ir Wilfrid had been In occupation, of tlie ;)rpj)aV-ty tor forty years. H. E. Lavlguerur, Quebec county, ad^le^l that there were taluing intornatloual traffic for states which cannot oxif I v.iiliout It. . Coh-Unued tretusal /.to - in-'rmil Holland, to obtain�-graift Ccqm ArKeiitlna. It Says; would, bo 'a s^rlon^r matter for both parties.  ' � The/i'elegraaf .s:iMi It, is wrong Xo HpeaK,"tqr, reject on of the allies' ultl-; raatnmwby HQll|in'i. it asserts thai; 200 orphans' in the'buti'dtrig andif tho lUaiymch govertimciu acceded, to the lease -were cancelled, they would suf- proposals of the aliln.i ns far bb was far Inconvenience. The lease had compatible with it;; iiosition. as a-non-not been cancelled, Major General j ijunj^erejit, and,,adds: Mewburn replied. It was thought: "Tho :ultlmatum that' the property might be needed by the.'inllltary authorities and an order Ujid gone to Quebec lo Investigate Iho matter. Btideavor .would ho made to reacii an amicable arrangement botove any action was taken. was thus accepted ih principle, but In s'l!,!) a form as to maintain Holland',: ri^hm as against America's. unUmltud iiower. Tho jputch gov^^ernuiont tUoreb.v arted In accord anceVltn.tbe priiu IploH aet forth by President, Wilson- li\ consideration, a tulure peace baseil upon right above might." , The Nleuwe Van iK-n Hag says it Is a slpgular titct|,ti>;it both the Dutch aiid. the allied , go'v-rnincnia seem to have littlp knb\vj(;ilge of the course of^ events, -ttratld.s; , , ' t'"One would, bo hulhiod to ask whe-thBi:;thera is'some nun In Berlin who I3 holding ,lip rep.yi'iri." . , .Waslilnstoii. JIaT..22.-An official dispatch Teccivod;-here today - from Switzerland repoflt-s, a violent attack by Law Counselor Lam, on the pan-Germans In the 'Austrian bouffi' of lords^>'^,The niodaBatlou,' Laiji; showed In hl|jr'^fcrenoc f&'A sace'-TjprrlihiV.'fhe' dlspejich said, has priovoko'd a serious condition In Austria whlcli Is extending ,14) OermnnspJ-i;, ; -.f: - ' -f: ''We Austrian-'htjTi^se of lords," the diappj;ch says, "hag thought 'it its', dutxeto make a manifestation -of-loy/ alty'fewatd Ocrmany'and l^airt alvcadj: Riyoll/'Jcnown and u'jiUer suspicion tqr i�ls p,kcltl. ;!-i � . --x . Hh\&\. � ' \ '� � -X' -V: \ vf.He la ntjt a Bo-oallod "corn doctor'." H*ilo rosuUs. /.'.Allff?,. roin*mber, there Is no 'Charge' whatever for i;nls''HA-vion. You will not he aeked to buy aiiiinglo ;^-hlngJ-^^e|fthei^need\oy be a, cuatonver o! this stores Come in Early ) jl-lupjlr^dsip? people-perbi^ps thousandB--are goln�\ to tVy to s�ie this Scholl foot expert but those who come efl,rly will he moro certain ol his most quretul nal atte))tldp: Let'HM Inepeet your feat andteN itjinde of> oth'ereand. probably .can help^ydui �ft anii^thorouii^i a'tlontion.'So d'o'not put off your'syUlt until the last. niUmtBr-you mayjhe-toa Ifitethbn. Drop r( everything ejjie;. It need .l)e,n�utV,co�>e early. lt �IjUtle weaknesses in-'children's-feet may devetos Into serious and painful foot allmeiitB If allowed to progroBB, Lot th� Scholl foot expert aoe their teetj ^-j 8tt() Bhowj ;i(ou howi to take care of-the little ones und l'\/|l prevenir possible foot troubles. Let, him tell you how ,43 t9 selcetiShoes tor, the chlldre'n-^liow to ho sure th�t ^helr lUwe feet will have plenty of roJwn to Bi'OW. slona,and,u(H}{iUty pi'..pavmit control as well, an other tors of vital ImiK^rtd'nc'e'td en. . . � �: :A.� ' an o; tho jUscbhJifp""""' Hhaald loBi ' mire ask' Don't Let This Opportunity Slip by You 10 should , py.(Brloq)^ It Jt is fth d'pporwni at ,advantag.,(;>t!i�j J ih^sltiUe ,t,#: