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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - March 22, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE TEN 1 1 THE LETHBRIDtitEL. DAILY HERALD FRIDAY, MARCH 22, 1918 i '1 I. ? ? ? ? AAA OPPOSITION CAUCUS  * Ottawa. Mar. 22.-The first opposition caucii* of the session has been railed for Tuesday next when party whips will bo named and the arrangements marie as to their program for tht> session. It It stntod that it is not the intention of the opposition unnacas&arily long the session. to pro-   A * ? * ? Tolls Coutts Delegation I'romofors Musi Show stantial Security That Sub NOTE* .CROSS ? ? ? *> > * > * > �> > ? ? > ? ? > ? The Hague. March 21.-It is officially announced here that the Dutch minister at London has forwarded the British note regarding' T)utoh shipping tio the foreign office here hut tha,t the American note has not yet been reeolvod from The Dutch minister at Washington. A ? v A Kdmonton. Mar. ^2.-Premier Slew ( art. replying to the delegation of farm i ers from the Coutts country urging construction of the Alberta Hudson's Hay Railway, said very bluntly that the government .would not guarantee the railroad at anv time unless the promoters had \ery tangible assets' r I Amsterdam. Mar. 21. bour. Social-Democratic --George Led-1 leader, speak- i I i 4 | A.m*teMani. Mar. 21. -Prince Lich- ! nowsky. German ambassador to Great Britain at the outbreak of the war. did not clearly understand thn course of events after the assassination of Archduke Krancls K*rriinanrl. Fried- Vrich Von Payer,, the vice-chancellor, explained to the reichstag duriug discussions of the revelation- made by 1TV Pr*nce *n which he criticized Ger- many's foreign poliicy. The prince has resigned his rank and expressed regret. "The memorandum of Prince Lich-novvsky," said the vice chancellor, "is permeated by a striking veneration Tie. G. Blezard is an old Lethbridg^] boy. having resided at 1101 11th St. B., for a number of years. He enlisted with the 123th Bntuiion Leihbridrre H i gh 1 a n d e,r s and w as transfer re d to the atone unit on reaching England.., a He is also an oh! Herald employee. *or *oreign diplomats, especially _____ _ .....^ having bef-n messenger boy in the Job�British, and by an equally striking ir-j aj� iu"the"moiiev thaT had "been put Department, and is a brother of Mrs. | "ut:0n **ai"s^ almost all German Uuo the; road so tne government was Wm. Havter. formerly of Lethbridge. statesmen. The result was that the nM ... . ... . prince was recorded frequently bv The following letter was written bv ,.uftB *___.  *>.-,,-, , tt . . n*. Germany s most bitter enemies Brigadier-General Hayter. to Pte.1 Blezard: i um in tne German reichstag Tuesday, thai Mould protect the people who > .nili roferring-to the cessiou of Cau-1 were buying the stock and also the [ ua -a Brigadier-General.; Prince Lichnowe'ky, he said, had Commanding 10th Canadian Infant- j declared that the memorandum writ-ry Brigade, December 23rd. 1917. ! ten_ !n August. 1916. was prepared had guaranteed the road. Mr. Crandell said this was not so, so far as he knew. He had only said ; intended for the family archives.  SIR THOS. WHITE SAYS  HE IS ABLE $0 ATTEND * - j schools in the province to discuss with �frjthem the proposal to close all educa-> j tional institutions from May 1 to Oc- * tober I to enable enlistment of students and youths for farm work. This was suggested by the provincial agri- stockholders that they would be very likely to interest the government in the proposition. As to the assets of the company, 1 Mr. Crandell told some of their buy-j ings 'in timber lands and coal rights j but saif that just at present In many \ things they could not show their hand. Mr. Crandell stated it was the ultimate intention of the company to o a a a a j culture board yesterday. ROWELL ILL Ottawa,- Mar. 22.-Acting under medical advice. Hon. Mr. Rowel], president of the privy council, has left the city for a ten days' rest. Mr. Howell ha3 been ill for several weeks. in the fortunes of Ireland," said former Premier Asqutth j in an address today. "We hear disquieting reports but one thing is most urgent, not only in the interests of Britain. Ireland, and the British Empire, but in the interests of the allied cause and the future of the world, is �reconciliation in Ireland. "I refuse to believe that at this supreme moment British and Irish statesmanship is so brankrupt that it cannot find an honorable solution." If the war should last another .^ear, said Mr. Asnuith, the internal debt would be �8.000,000,009. This could be met only by industrial expansion. The former premier declared strongly tor continuation of free trade. Regarding state control ot industries, he said: "Our experience haa not been alto-! gether happy under a cohort of con-; trollcrs." He believed Great Britain could maintain competition against world under that syetera. not! the FIX FISH PRICES | Chicago, March 22.-Members of: the Canadian fish commission were in conference here yesterday with Kenneth FWler, chief of the fish^dlvision ' of the Ignited States food aAministra-1 tion in an effort to equalize fish prices) between the two countries. NEW DEPARTMENT Quebec, March 22.-Hon. J. E. Caron; Quebec minister ot agriculture, has added a new -service to his department which will be known as the "increased food production branch." SMALL SUGAR CROP Quebec, March 12-Reports frohi the HugM- districts about Quebec indicate that the sugar crop will ba^mea- gro this year.' Utile Clarence-"Pa, that man goln$ yonder can't hear It thunder." ^ Mr. Callipers-"Is he deaf?*' Little Clarence-"N6, sir; it isnt thundering.*'-Christian Register. 1 New Ideas in Spring, Shoes for Women Several new styles have their first showing this week. We'd like to have you see them-we want you to know the fine quality style and value. The well groomed woman will especially appreciate this display. The latest stylo developments and innovations in pumps, slippers and high shoes are sure to appeal to her. The prices are reasonable. erenre For Men Just the shoe or oxford that fits you r foot, purse and preference. E choice has been Drovided for here, v We've assembled a-very fine display of sprinrto*iwear; for your selection. Big quantities, superior talues. Guaranteed as to comfort and high value. It'stime, men, that you attended to buying your spring shoes and oxfords. You'll like the way we caij seHe you. HUFNER oe i Beside Merchants' Bank i (rivals of OUR SPECIAL PRICE ON 4 I*?-' Will be that named bv th government, per Beginning Next TUESDAY r The Food Controller's instructions are sell morcfi to conserve the meat supply. CANADIAN FOOD CONTROL LICENSE N�. 1.155 and help Saturday Special New per dozen YOU CAN SAVE MONEY BY DEAL- ING AT ANY OF OUR MARKETS. ft* MARKET ^^gL^w^wJauHa^Safl asKand arc 0 i _ Here lies the secret for the thrifty housewife-cutting down delivery expenses by carrying away your own goods and by so doing, getting the benefit of reduction in price. i Our Groceteria is proving a success. Come and see for yourself and you will be satisfied. 7 MAIN MARKET-3RD AVE. SOUTH, PHONES 412 & 1388 DOMINION MARKET - COR. 4TH AVE. & 6TH ST. S., PHONE \^ PALACE MARKET-13TH PHONE 42) Satisfaction unconditionally guaranteed. Groceteria TICKNER Oppose Ellison Mills ;