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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - March 27, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE EIGHT thk uairamnci: daily iikimld \vi"i)\i:sn.\Y. M.Mir.n 2?. wis WEAKENED BY STUPENDOUS ni 0. S. SHOULD BE ROUSED 10 PERI t> r>'� :r..cj Fiiiuuuto {::.:f of ? In r-i.uiocir. ro� ,,iv l>. perform-, d iu ;!;> ::...-: ^r.:u j GERMAN REPORT W. �n. Mar cou-iicid Berlin, ion.-, liro doi'c.e ed rrvnivhy Ami we heights i Our J! a proir.n wo li.iv -V No;. 0:: of Xoyon ha* '.aid he 'OS ;:i',^v o i:i our h v.' p..ill-Ion s ,:r coal. (_� ;)..�.- se:'.a' �ch\ in over, -eparations. impa"-up of Senator .rod (ho n- !.-> > yon:: ;il tec: �> " 3 n i ii .TV. 1!C i s'.ll'e. food ' j :iri.I it was in reply to n direct uues j t'.on by Uoorso lioadloy, tho SoAdor oi j the opposition, tho premier gave his � �ns�i'i: It appeared that although i: !> was s;:ito,i :U sho public accounts (committee ilurinir the *i'*�loii of liU. 1 ! that Dvyl bail resigned his position Ljlii the land-titles office owing n> ill 1 health ho had later on in that year I beet, employed there ami hail also acted as an inspector. Mr. Hoadley Speaks Mr. Hoadley In resuming the debate on tin- budget, said he was sure tho coal operator* appreciated the provincial :reaMirer's Administration and by wiy o:' contrast ho referred to the proposed tax of 10 cents a ton on �dupi-cents out of tho province which was estimated to produce ?2.">0,000. The !o.'..!er of the opposition observed that or. the tonu.ise of last year the tax yield over j'JOO.cOO. K. Mitchell replied that it Hot dep. most war h rv'. ?haro in tho success ievc.i Laboring rci-tlringly, they were rendered poss-eiweeu units .- o x: . .11" Line ce-or fights:;:; : gave the in.g ar-lo *.o c troop? which men do a? a civ ginning of '.h. any friction ; copinc with xi front, are wo: the recons'.r'.K railway?. ?ince the he �>5 enemy :::.-rive balloons down The booty i ed to >.�:;; : are lying in th On the rest artillery ba::L ln.e on the I.o; strength. .e .ino t a'. jsnrance of be-�,ho battle into .els, Ua'.lw.iy :cd out a -re from the b� r.d which are > traffic beiiin-i TRANS! London. Mar. Rovernr..*:: h.a; Xich.ohi^ i\.o::: in or and iv's fa:u;l rrr.l resion. aa'. n:a::-,iHiIinc was now used for an in-stita'.ion for fceblo-mtnded children the par: of tho university occupied oi cner late-. now hy a ladlos' sciioot was �t iilind for the purpose of a nr>niii>! scliool. itoinarklns tlint ho had restricted hln ciiticisms to a tew p*mts he *itld that lie rcaliied just a- m\ioU i\a miy mum-tier of tho house the p-rohU'tiH the government and (ho people would have to fact> and that it will tako (he .greatest business tboucht to bear on the problems, fortified with tvurajc* and foresight. After Hon. C II. Mitchol! had ruplltvl the hounu went Into committee of supply. Ministers' Expenses Tho opposition complained of lack of explanatory Items in the printed estimates, and the prownclal trea.-ur-er 'promised to have them more elab orate In future. .Mr. Mitchell Inform ed the committee that Jli'rvl.'ijj was beinK voted for slnkniK fund for tint portion of debt which did not cov^r he telephones. It was calculated on  the basis of one-half of one per cent. A discount was initialled by James Weir, Dr. Stanley and A F. Kwlnfi as to ministers' travellini: expenses. : Hon. J. K. Boyle asked was it expect- ; ed that members of tho government i should remain in tho parliament J butldinKS. and it a minister travels to : conduct any public business would they expect him to pay his own ex- : penses? I Dr. Stanley: "Oh. be offering criticism tho ministers would planation it would lie � Mr. Mitchell refcrre s.r.u hit i no. I may not but 1 think If give a fair ex-good business." to Uie trips he had made east in connection with tho floating of loans and sahl that going east was much, cheaper than paying a commission over to b'anks. j Mr. Weir said the people would like to see the ministers out in thn country but it would be very much better to avoid suspicion by an explanation. , A 9 ucoon Sale Having received instructions from the owner, N. H. MURRAY, who has sold h� farm will sell at Public Auction, Without Reserve, On Section 31-7-20, 9 miles southeast of Lethbiidge, on Stirling Road. ARCH 28 COMMENCING AT TWELVE O'CLOCK SHARP 28 Head of Horses Vwnie. Carstairs., M. Mace. High i of numbers the rtoa fleers have proven Valuable, according m en: of the Daily Mai!. "They have led and rallied their men wiih energy and :?.c:." the writ-i er says. "We have been toid some-' times by people who pretended to understand the German army thai in these very quaiitlPi! non-commission- j �d officers would be found lacking." | Ludendorff Claims Victory i Amsterdam. Mar. 27.-"A great bat-; Ue ha3 been fought, and victory! been won. but nobody can foresee! -That will result from i:." said General j Von Ludendorff. chief aide to Field I Marshal Von Hindenburg, in an inter-: view with the correspondent at the front of tie Zeitung of Berlin. The general praised the British for their tenacious resistance and continued : Tho British believed they could rply on the strength of machinery.; ,T".:e employment of tanks and great. \n;::ibers o: machine guns is typical of; their methods ci warfare. I ''The German infantry," the gener-j el odds, "had only one night's normal| rest during five or six days of battle. J In a battle like this, the infantryman) muit risk hi3 life not only once, but continuously from trench to trench." j PL TICE in s ii. uup. 3 i JL tCoxtixcei) fpou Fecint Paod SEEDING BEGINS TRICT Mr. Hoaalpy said he had gathered from the premier he was goinj to assume responsibility and consequently that if he did not assume tha: responsibility ho would not let an appointment of this kind be mad? without having some knowledge of it. Premier Stewart-"If it was the impression gathered by the opposition or ty any member of the house that this government was going to interfere in the internal ar-ar.gements of the force then we want that dissipated because by statute we have appointed a commission But this government Till insist on the right of saying to tho commission "You are either enforcing the police regulations well or ill. The commissioners are no; under any duty to consult '.ha government when making appointments. 15 it we musj have Ed equate p ilipj protection ft r the province. I trust I ijave niai'e myt-elf clear." W. A. Deyl Gets Out That V.". A. Deyl will not be continued in the employment of the government was the decisive answer of Premier Stewart when the question was raised in the legislature Tuesday afternoon. When the house was in oommittee of supply the question rose during the consideration of tho estimates for the attorney-general's department in; which appeared the item "inspector of legal offices S2.-500." The opposition charged that this position ivas being kept for Deyl Keep the Family Savings in a Joint Account In the names of two or more members- Husband and Wife, Brother and Sister, or Father and Son. It is an all-round convenience, as either can deposit or withdraw money, and In case of death the balance goes to the survivor without any formalities, formine an immediate source of ready money, LETHSKIDGE BRANCH  - - F. W. NICHOLSON, Manajjsr  P. V. Cavers, Manager  J. Blackwood, Manager 1 grade stallion. Prrcheron. coming G years old, ISOl! lbs.: 1 team of mares in foal, about 10 yours old. weight about 1100 lbs.; 1 team of mares In foal, about 10 and 11 years old. weight about 1.100 lbs. each; 1 brown mare. 0 years old, In foal, 1550 lbs.; 1 bay gelding, coming 7 years, 1S00 lbs.; 1 team bay marcs, In foal, age 9 and 10 years, 1200 lbs. each; .1 team of buy geldings. lf,00 lbs. each; 1 team of geldings, bay and sorrel. 10 years old, 1100 lbs. each; 1 gray team. !) and 11 yearn, 1500 lbs. rneh ; 1 bay team .12 yiars. weight laT>0 each; 1 brown gelding, 10 years, weight 1100 lbs.; 1 black filly, coming " years. '000 His.; l bay gelding. yours, 1250 lbs.; 1 bay saddle pony, 7 years, poo lbs.; 2 bay fillies, coming 2 years old; 2 geldings, coming 2 years; 2 stallion colts, 2 years; 1 filly colt, coming 1 yoar. 1 Poland-China sow, with S pigs, coming 2 years; 2 Poland China mows, and 2 Polniiil-Clilnii barrows. 0 months old. Machinery CARD3TON BRANCH BARONS BRANCH  THE BEER WITHOUT A PEER >1