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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - May 5, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta THE LETHBRIDGB DAILY HBHALD IHISJ� tDWIFEWiTHTHE � Wasyl Szologan Charged With Offense-Wife First Mar- ' ried at Thirteen   reaieit ! weeks. thVadvices"a"dd! as ail I .^j)i^^t :ii tho i-ouri. is a tormid- | _^_ able looking v eapon v.ith a ''^''E^ ! |>filAlkl 1 I f\ f scrc\y proiruriinp i'rom the ena with {' IIII|MIMIR I I* I wiiif^ (ilo'.vs we:v strufk. These ; |||llnlll|i|l 11 I blo^e. accor,!i:u: !o ihc plaintiff, rendered Mcr uji craned on Good Friday, throuRli the husjand destroying a pic ture o'' I'le wife taken witli her first husba.icl. The (i\;arrel appears to hare itifu iuade up. bu: started afresh � by the husband giving for enlarge-went i , )iciiire of himself and Uis wife FIRST BN. HOME NEW YOUK, May 5.-Three big seaplanes, in which United Stales navy aviators will attempt to flj' across the Atlantic will "lipp off" for XewfouHdland on nhe first leg of their journey at 7 o'clock Tuesdav morniuK if xveather permits, it was officially annouuced at the Rockaway Beach naval training ttai ion. Fire Damaged Two .JsKW YOUK. May 5.-Fire at the nkval nir station at Rockaway Beach today damaged the naval seaplanes X. C. 1 nd X. 0. 4. which were to start tomorrow on the first leg of the trans-Atlantic flight. The wings of the X. C. 1 wore completely destroyed and this plane may be unable to attempt the ocean cruise. It was believed that the X. C. 4 could be repaired in time for the jump off. Commander Towers l.tter annimnr-ed that the start to Xewfoundland, where the truns-Atlantic (light is .sch-edviled to begin, would be made tomor-I row. weather permitting, with the X. � C. 3, very likely with the X. C. 4. and ; possibly with the X.C. 1. i Another Tearri to Try ST. JOHNS, Xfld.. May .^.-Another British team of aspirants tor trans-At-      �  a�  ? ask Stay of executiomn  * Ar- ' *  Peiidi^ tM application tof  ? a new-�Mil, In Uiat new evtd>-  .��!it,  by thie .vrnwaaLof .PiuletUo,  ? who la to %e Jfknged .liii Mar * ? 14th fltii-^ ? ? ister oil^ Justice for a ?fay ot the > e^ucutlon. ,  > ?   MONDAY, MAY 5, 1W9 The Imperial Order of the Daugh-tors ot the Empire in Saskatchcw'ai! propose to' raise Jl'-'OO annually towards establishing scholarships tor post graduate work In the rnlted Kingdom Ar any part the empire. Oonditlons will be arranged betweeu the provincial chapter of the order and the University of Saskatchewan. These scholarships are 'intended to ho 'commemorative of the unhy and brotherhood, tho herdism and sacrifices shown by our soldiers in the great war." "The Canadian Countryman," To ronto, thinks that there could be no more fitting menrerial than the planl-I ing of trees in parks, streets, grounds j about public buildings, churches and j educational Institutions, as well as : ahout the homes of those who have I given their lives. .\ native, hardv. long-live4 tree should be chosen, such ARCHANGEL, May 1.-(Associated Press)-^Allied forces succeeded yesterday in repulsing the flrst attack by Bolshevik gunboats on tho Dvlna. The enemy fleet attempted to approach the positions held by British,. United Stated and Russian forces on the right banH of the river, but failed, the Ar-tlllcVy Are continues from both tho riv^r flotilla and the Bolshevik batteries at Tulgas. but up to this Uni' there are no allied casualties reporluu. Red Guards in Petrograd LOXtJOX. May o.-Finnisli Hed Ouards are uow musters of tho situation at Petrograd. according to a dl.s-patch from fTopenhagen to tho Mall, They have arrested members of the Danish,Red Cross in that city, and it in reported they Intoncl to marcli against the Finnish "SVhite Guards. Reports were received on Saturday from Paris that Flnnisli forces had occupied Petrograd. but the "identity of the troops at *he Ilussiiin capili*) was not established. lant.c flight honors has entered the ; as the sugar maple, the silver maple. London Daily Mail s $B0.OOO prize com- j elm, white or red oak. The citv ot petition. Word-was received today Qalt. Ont., has alreadv decided upon that.Capt. Alcook. pilot, and Lieut. | this form of memorial". ; Brown, navigator, are on the Maure- j Australia is going to erect a mam-the ! tania. having left Liverpool on May 3., ortal to each Australian division that b'^en made. One is that Trafalgar Square be .^remade and beautified; the Thames embank- ^or :Sie. plainriff and Mr. C. F. Harris  with flie first contingent, .Col, Hull as j jehere the start is to be made. "Jor the defendant. , .MO-NTREAL. Maf 5-Among .-, ^ ^ . . ^. ,. - ,----^ - ------------------ -��----- -�- passengers who arrired on the Meta-! tneir machine, a v ickers i fought in Fi-auce, the sites chosen be- saina on Saturday was Brig.-Gen. bombing plane, will follow saou on | ing in the war area of France. : F. W. Hnil. C.B., C.M.G.. D.S.O., who ' ^^nother vessel. : In England many suggestions have agains ncr wishes, as she was not sat- 'has seen active seryice from the start* Advices said also that the Handiey-isfiPd villi tile pivtuve 01 hersflf. It | of the war and to whom fell the dis- Paige machine, another contestant,, y -wa= "k:; rice cnuusii." ;U"ti(f " talion bearing the number "l" in the* the steamer Digby tor St. Johns, theljnent be completed by the addition of M- i\h� V;.000 worth Libert loMi raUies an audience ^^'M^^r Sayings ^nd Stamps, the Hlppodrooke last night subscribed tor ?1^5O,00O worth of Victroy notes. An autographed plctmre of Cardinal Mercier ot Belgium auctioned off to the highest bidder in subscriptions �to the Victory loan, brought $1,600,000. waUam^H. EnglUh obtained the prize boosting bis $1,000,000 pledge by 600,000. THE GREAT WAR VETERANS' ASSOCIATION will hold a DANCE > On Wednesday May 7tli.l919 the quilt donated by the Belief Society of the Latter Day Saints wilt be raffled at this dance. dancing-9 to 2 Tickets may be obtained from the Ladles of tfee Reliet Society of L. D. S. or from members of the Social Committee of the Great War Veterans Association. Admission..........$1.50 Hardly a City in Canada Whose: buiid^ing of Lambeth Bridge would be : Record Does Not Show ^ "^Th^e^cTty of Ypres, by the request: Good Increases �^ Belgium, win reaiain for all time i _ 'as the Germans have left it, as^^aj : memorial not only for Belgium but for ! OTT.^WA. May 5.-The Central On-; all the allies, tario Division of the Nationifl War : In Newfoundland' it has been sug Savings Committee, with headquarters j gested that u univlersity for that col-at Toronto, is producing splendid re- ; ony should be' founifed as a war mem-suits. During February the Toronto j orial. Vincent'� P. -tiurke. NewXoiiBU-1 land's well-known educationist, writ- j ing to-the St. Johns-Telegram froiu j the Teachers' College, Columbia Ufti-; verslty. New York; recalls that All  Souls' College, Oxford, was foundel | in 145T to commemoirate the tAfemory Hamilton is now well organized for the big "drive," which will soon be undertaken under the direction ot the Rotary Club. Mr. .T. P. Bell- of the Bank of Hamilton, who is the new I of Henry V. and the soldiers who fall. chairman of the local committee, s i" the French wars,i The University , throwing a great deal of energy into ' Leyden commemorates tlTe trlum-the cambaign. Until recently the sale* phant issue of the siege of Leyden in of stamps locally was confined pretty j l^'^- He continues much to the banki. but the business i "The year 1919 furnishes a golden, houses are now t-^king it up with good opportunity for the cause of demo- i results. In Nova Scotia, the women's organizations are doing excellent work. At New Glasgow the local woman's executive has formed an energetic War Savings society. At Yarmouth the Daughters  of the Empire have also organized. At Halifax, the Halifax Ladies' College has its W. S. society. A War Savings society lias been organised in the Imperial Oil workers at Halifax and is being greatly helped through the hearty co-oparatiori o� the management. St. John, X.B., i.s making arrange- cracy. Newfoundland has done Us bit to qpen a new road to freedom. Our present task is to keep the road open. To achieve freedom ^s highly important, but to �lcnow what to with it is equally so'. "If we are to put into effective operation at home these Ideals fpr which { we have fdught, a bhiiding consecrat- \ ed to Uie purpose outlined is injlls- : pensable. Such a building dedicated i to the practice of those ideals for j which our boys battled on the deep ' and dark and blue ocean, in the ' trenches of Oallipoll, the historic plains of Flanders and the glorious Watch Your Child's Tongue! Constipated Children Gkilly Take "CaKforma Syrup of Figs'* For the Liver and Bowels' Tell your druggist you want, genuine "California"Syrup of Figs." Full' directions and dose for babies aitd cliildren of all ages who are constipated, bilious, feverish, tongue-coated, or fuU '0ff>cold,are-.p4^^ on' tlie bottle. Look for the name "California" and accept no other 'JF% Syx}ijf.'^Bp-t.ion of a rule whereby at it', we'kly Ii-.;k-'i:� on each member ni.tvi [h cents for a Thrift Stamp in addition to'the price ot his meal ticket. All the (iefpartmeixiXf^^ptaihA