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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 4, 1916, Lethbridge, Alberta VOLUME IX. Lim-IBHIDGE, ALBERTA, THURSDAY. MAY 4, 1916 NUMBER 122 CANADIANS REVIEWED IN. ENGLAND. No Time Lost in Trials of Leaders Who Were Shot Dublin, May has been Bwift in tho case of the leadari of tho Sinn Fein rebels. Three ot the riois- leaderB, signatories of tho proclama- tion of, the short-lived Irish republic paid tho supreme sacrifice Wednes- day moraine. They were Patrick H. the sruolnrly president oi the Srovisioiial government, Thomas Mac- or.gli, and Thomas J. Clark. Tholr deatli sentenced were pronounced by a Held general court martial and were 4uly confirmed hy tho highest author- itlcB. Of tho other signatories, Jan. Connolly is lying In prison wounded, Sean McDainnod, Bamonn Seaimt and Joseph Plunkett nre Bomewhore In Ireland, whether free or csctursd is not publicly known. Ouiyr ringleaders in custody In ire- laud are now being tried with great rapidity by Central Court Martial local courts martial are deal- ing with minor rebels in various dist- ricts. Tho Associated Press corres- pondent saw a batch of prisoners leaving one of the courts after being sentenced. Some of them spofce to members of their escort aa they inarched away and unless tholr cheery appearance was forced they evident- ly had received more lenient punish- ment than they expected. Many Deaths tendon, Mfty Is officially an- nounced, says a dispatch to the Even- ing News from Dublin, that the num- oer of deaths In hospitals alone ruault- Ing from the recent revolt, is 188. This Includes U6 soldiers and 122 O'Rellty'a Body Faurd London, May O'Reilly one of the rebel loaders, Is believed to have been shot while attempting; to Dublin post office, accord- Ing to the Dublin correspondent .of the- Ekchange Telegraph- who telegraphing: on Wednesday, says O'Reilly's tody has: been found in Moore Laaa, near the post office build- ing. Thero "were some disturbances In the south-west of Ireland on Tues- day in which 'some rod, the correspondent adds, but tha Teat or the country is quiet- Arrest American London, May M. Sullivan of New York, formerly United States minister to Santo Domingo, has been arrested In Dublin on a charga of com- plicity in the Irish rebellion. Hiciurc shows u battalion of Canadian infantry "being reviewed at. Bramshott, England, shortly before leaving for the BULLETINS RAYMOND'S LE To Have 40-Barrel Tommy Green's Wounds Only Slight Taber, May is now the proud possessor of a flour mill, work having been begun today on its con- struction. We wish the promoters of this excellent industry prosperity and assure them the hearty response of our citizens. It will have a capacity of 40 barrels a day. Slight Wounds Thomas W: Green.; who was form- erly an employee of the Times print- ing office here, and who enlisted with the 20th Battery, for overseas service, was admitted to No.' 24 base hospital a few days ago, having received a slight wound in the face from gunfire. His wife has been staying with rela- tives in Lethbrldge for some months, hut It is understood left (or her home In Commerce a few days .ago. London, May the House ot today Field marshal Earl Kitch- ener, secretary of war, warmly cv.lo- glp.od General Townshend and the de- fenders of Kut-Fil-Amara, aud read General Town'shentl's last dispatch, is aa follows: "We are pleased to know that we have done our duty and recognize that onr situation ia one of the fortunes of Wo thank you, General Gorringe {commander of the British relief army) and all ranks of tlio Tigris force for tho great efforts you have made to Have us." Imminent starvation com- pelled the surrender of Kut-El-Amara, added Lord Kitchener, and adverse elements alono denied success of the relief forceTT EARLY TRIAL FOR CASEMENT London, May Aaquith announced in parliament that Sir Ro- ger Casoment would tried with the utmost expedition. GEN. SIR ALEX BERTRAM Head of the old shell committee, who is now on the stand In the shell coo- tract Investigation. Will Be Completed By End of the Grain Slubbled In H. B. Railway Ready in Session Is Nearing a Close Ottawa, May bills and railway, votes occupied the attention of parliament throughout the Wednes- day Tho house met .at'two p'elocft.aml notice has been given by tho' government of Saturday sittings. This -indicates the beginning of the end. Some are hopeful that proroga- tion will take place next week, but It may be the week after before the cur- tain is finally''rung down. The'papers relating to. the m en t loans to the Canadian Northern Railway and Grand Trunk Pacific were tabled when the house met, by Sir Thomas White, and ordered to He printed. When that IB done an'd the contents have been digested by the members of the house, the debate will take place. The resolutions providing a subsidy for the. St. John Valley railway was debated and adopted, a couple of mi- nor billa -were advanced a stage and the house went Into committee ot sup- ply on railway estimates. The vote for the Hudson Bay rail- way provofted the most discussion. There was .some criticism of the choice of the project as a whole. It was championed, however, by both Hon. J. D. Reid, acting minister of railways, and Hon. George P. Graham, the ex-minister. The minister stated that up to the end of February over fifteen millions had been spent on tho project, including jnearly five millions for terminals. In reply to a question by Mr. Gra- ham, the acting minister stated that .he expected the Hudson Bay railway would reach Port Nelson by the fall of 1917. The harbor would be ready for use by 1018. The terminals would be ready by the time the railway was equipped to undertake heavy business. Eighty per cent of spring wheat seeding" in Southern Alberta IB com- pleted according to the best infor- mation the Herald has been able to gather. By Saturday night the wheat crop for itilti will he in the ground with tho exception of a fesv isolated farms where the work has been held up for various reasons. The spring wheat acreage this year will be about 70 per cent of that of 1915. The acreage in oats, barley and flax will be higher. Flax particular- ly will be favored by many farmers who have been unable to" get their ground prepared in time for wheat seeding. A great deal of land has been seed- ed to wheat on stubble this spring. Many fanners have burnt off the stubble from land that was cropped on Eummerfallow last year and are s.tuhbling in the. grain. It is to be noted, howaver. that a great deal of 'work is being put on-'this land, working up a goodxsurface sllth so that good results may be expected under ordinary weather conditions. J. T. Tasker of Barons was In the city this morning and told the Herald that he had seeded 320 acres in thisfc manner and that the grain ready showing above ground. As for the acreage (his year it is hard to tell yet what will be the final outcome. The smaller farmers will be able to seed almost as much as last year, though .many of them are learning from experience that it !e better to do some summerfallowing each year to he better prepared for tho next year's crop. But the farm- ers who farm big acreages are cutting down to some extent. H. E. Meibach will have about half the acreage on his Monarch farm. J. T. Tasker will have the same acreage as last year, 1200 acres on his Barons farm. The Noble farm will have closs to 4500 acres or about the same acreage as last year. The Miami Farm at New Dayton will have about half the acre- age of last year. Geo.. O. Kerr east of the city will have 1000 a-cres as against 2000 last year. N. Hi Murray at Wilson will have about half the acreage of 1015. Dr. Robertson of Raley will have 1500 against 2500. SOCIALIST APPEAL Berlin, via London, May Berlin Socialist Introduced u reso- lution in the Reichstag today re- questing Chancellor Von Bethman- Holweg to release Dr. Carl Lieb- knecht from arrest and to suspend proceedings against him until af- ter the adjournment of the Reich- stag. MORE RUSSIANS Marseilles, May con- tingent of Russian soldiers arrived this morning and were received with and civic receptions. The troops proceeded to camp at Mirabsau. MORE FRENCH GAINS Paris, May advance of the the district of Dead- man's Hill -on the Verdun front was continued during the night, the war office announced this af- ternoon. Gains made Wednesday were increased and consolidated. Dr. Dons Khaki Crop Conditions in District Are Excellent Report Says Famous Stronghold in German Hands, Is Being Abandoned Raymond, April leading citizen of the south will shortly don the khaki. Dr. Wray of Raymond, one of the best known physicians in Southern Alberta expects to receive his appointment about midsummer, and there IB a ramcr that he will be attached" to a regiment that is ex- pected to go overseas before many months. "When the war broke out, Dr. Wray offered his cervices to the govern- ment, and, after arranging his affairs DUKE OF CONNAUGHT Who may return to England this fall. ititJUL,