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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - May 11, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE TEff - ) III..,! U,.l....._______ HIE LETHBRIDGE DAIL"V HERALD .SATURDAY. MAY 11. lOU �I m m ADVENTURES OF CORPSiEIOLO } � �:� _____ Ottawa. Mny li.-Thi> followins ni-tiolc by nolami Hill has heon rcceiv-eii liere; One com puny of Cauarlinn HaiUvav troops of n York ("niuity. Ontnilo. bat-talloii. had ama?.lns advoiuur's dnrl'iR tho Rritisli relironu^rt. Tlicy wore buildiiiK linos at fho oxirnme enstcni limit of thr Briiisli soctioii anil for days and riigfits thfy ivorlcpd fcvirisli-ly to connoct up witli ihi> Frenih system so thai vahiabli- rolling s;;;,-k could b" IkKph .-Mviiy. At uri" plrip tliey mado a record of liiao tuilK? con-Btriictcrt in onf day \iiuler Iteavy slicU-inr; fnnri \!:(' o"cn>y. Hi- making tlio connection :;7 iovHcvoiivi^s and 2;!i'i truvl;.'. wcTi' run vul of il-,o danger Bono. Tiieir �,v.r.:.lrr:n?:- iron! i'Uanny took, tlu'iii to Ni-'von ;md th'-ire to .Ap))?! ('c;;ri v.-}uti> a Initc w;;.-. ol)ta(ne(t from iiU' I'rciM ;i .-..ir. their rqc.ipmout lovirtcd iiu t'.ia; :a ; s"ni dC'Wii tlic can- in i--i:t.-:\. \\ J.-.Tinnoll thoy crossed a iiii-c fMvaiii rMiKiliPpr Centra! Council of tlio C.'rls' Friendly Society in Canada, with headquarter.^ in Toronto. STILL AGROUND. CJuohec. May 11.-The two vejscl.5 I whicli, prounded Wednesday in tlie j lower St. hawrenee. the Lake Como and Laeon, are st'it iaat agrottnd. They arc .so far' undamaged. With the arrest of Ray Hawson as ringleader, and two otlier youiiit men as accomplices, what is helioveil lo be an important case of sheep stealing has been uncovered by the Alberta I'rovlncial Police. I'.iws.on was arrested on a charge laid by (leorge Kerr, who farms extensively east of the city, than on or alioiil .Alarcli S.Stli he did steal about 220 slieep. the properly of the compiaitiant. The sheep wore siiice to A. C. Stewart and .1. li. Wpiipll, it i.s alleged. Whether or' not a charge of receivinr stolon properly will ho laid aaaiii-t these ycv.nt: tni-ii is still to he decide,!, and it w;is itii this ac-cotint (liat i!ic preiiniiTiSfy liearlai; against DawHim and his accomplices was remanded by .Mneistrate Irwin this tnoniins until .Moncluy inornitip at ten o'clock. | Voi'iii; liav.-.^on was formerly cm- j ployed I'V .'\Ir. i\,-^rr as .slicop horde.". He left -Mr. K'err'-; etnpioy la.= ! fall.] and it i.i declared tliat lie lias not been w.irkintj at any regular oeetipa-tion (Ir.nnK the winter. A eonfessitm is uiulerstond to have been ohtaini-d from one of his accomplices v.'ho is n.iw ii\ khaki. ('. I'. I'. Cbnybeare, K.C.. is pro-secuiinK for tlie crown and a whole array of legal tnletit has been cn-gagori by the defence. with mea of nit creeds nntJ- colors, to respect thfelr rights, and treat thoni with kliidness, niftl'ft'fii to covot their nelKlibor's goods. As far as I know most of the Mormons in tMhorla would sny may the Canadian govern-' ment see to ic that the Indians keep llieir lands, that thoy rie not allowed to sell any part thoreiif, thoy will need it in tlino to enme. No man or set of men should under any condition bo permitted to buy it from them. The government has the right, nml perhaps will see to it that the Kcd mon do not soil their birthright. A few men may be found in all nations that would like to own this globe on which we all live, and then get 'a small piece on the moon t;ir a garitou, and so in tlipe enlarge on it, that they might try to drive the poe.r inhabit-ants to some other planet to hunt n new reservation. All this at the expense of the othe.- fellow. Greed la t!\e root of much evil, a disease that makes any man unhappy as well as unpleasant in any conimmUty, All such things are contrafy lo Mormon doctrine. Wo must be thankful after all that mon ot this class are not many, and surely the Mormons have very few of this kind of men, it any at all. Uy close investigation this 51 iteinent^ will be found to he true. J. OSTM'.ND, Stirling, R FIREMEN lIED OOIRIGH When Fire Truck Collides With a Street Car in Vancouver Communications under this heading must bear the signattires of the writers. THE INDIAN LAND QUESTION AND THE MOnr-IONS IN ALBERTA .> .-� * Editor ilerald: Dear Sir: It has been the motto of the .Mormon people to live in peace Vancouver, May 10.-"Death corner "-Commercial Drive and Twclftli Avenue-took u loll of four more lives this atternoon when the hose wagon from Fire Hall Xo. 12 collided with a Grand View Street car. Four of the five firemen on the truck were killed and frightftilly mangled and the fifth miraculously escaped by jumping. All with the exception ot Captain Frost were married. At four o'x-lock a tire alarm was turned in from the corner of Lake Viev.' and Broadway where the bush was burning. The hose truck with Otis Fulton at the wheel and Captain llichard Frost beside him and Lieut. MacKenzie, Hosemen Morrison and Campbell on the foot board, left the hall at Twelfth Avenue and St. Cathar- TWO ALLIED AEROS; F0UGIII20HyNS Most Daring Feat Yet Accomplished-Eight Huns ^ Killed With the British Army, May 10.~ One ot the moat liarlng and mngniti-cetit bits ot work over done by Uritlsli batllOplanes was carrieti out thi.s week when two English aviatoris fought twenty Gorinnn scouts lo n standstill, killing eight of the enemy and forc-liif; Boveral others to abandon the conflict bfienuso they had beon badly shot up. Tlio Uritlsli � machines retiu'tiod safely from this extraordinary engage-.msiiC haying jibaiidoned their attack only when their aramunitloil became exhausted at the end ot an hour ot whirlwind flriiig with tlio macliluo guns. The battle was staged last Tuesday and llieae ;iro the dotall.t of It which now cotue to hoiitl: ^ It, was sua down I hat two British I>!anes. each with n pilot and obser-vei'; went' wheeling across this part of tbn front In search of prey. They wera  well back of the enemy's line when they sighted seven German planes flying information. The hardy Britishers did not even pause to consider the odds against them, but turned the noses of their machines toward the enemy and raced in tor the attack. oinos are getting Ihclr share ot praise it Is nice to give tlic cvory day heroine-sho who always has boon and always is with us- Slime outwnril token of our appreciation of her daily solf-sacrlflco tor us, and if that dear one Is gone to show that slie Is still alivo in memory. Trite, we i.evor forgot our mollinr anyway, but perhaps mother appreciates a lUlle outward token bt that lovo by tlio wearing of a carnation or a flower to show that sho Is still the dearest of those we hold lu our lieurls. This day Is not forgotten by the lads at tho front. The CKporlenco ot Iho army postoftlce has taught that the mothers come first in tho soldlo'- ' thoughts, and Mt has detdded to make every possible efloi't thai every mother in � Ainorie;" whose !;on is in Franco pjiall receive iltllng.i from her boy . Thus the date capscially set ntiart tor that purpose. Evetry soldlor ot the Aniorlcaii e.xpodltlonhry torcct young and old, high and low, is ex-pectoti to write homo to, mother on Hint day. .trotlicra may a.'tpoct tliolr letters oarly in ,lunc. Soldiers In tlia front lino trenchfcs will bo given every opportunity to scribble ii foivi llnoi which will bo rushed iilong to tholr destination. All other business will bo (mi tialdo e.Yce|it tlic.d of fightinff the Germans. 'IMui loltors will be marked ".Mother's Letter' and will ba given prefcrenco over all oihor mall matter. I'aris, May 11.-Tlio "hearing of evidence In the Ilonncl Jloiige case wai concluded yesterday. Captain Mornot, prosecutor, will sum ui) his case to-' day and si!veral attorneys tor the tie-fence win then plead. Tho court ooa--templates silting on Sunday. USE LEMOW JUICE TO MAKE BEAUTY LOTION * WOMEN! IT'S CHEAP! | astralght run ea^t * on Twelfth Ave. before it. Tho Grand I View car travelling north on tho sharp ! down grade between Thirteenth and Twelfth on Commercial Drive, was struck in front of the rear trucks, the terrific impact smashing the tire truck into a shapeless mass. llosenian Campbell was tho only man on the tire truck to escapt �ivith his life. Soon after the arrival of the police. Joseph Armstrong, tho molorman on tlie street car. and W. J. Roycrott, the conductor were detained und taken to police headquarters.''where they will be held till the coroner's jury investigates ihe responsibility for the collision. ? * > > > ? : : � > : > : .> > MOT+IERS' DAY. > ? > ! : : v : : > ? ? What a beautiful Idea Is implied in Mothers' Day. tomorrow, May 12. In these times when the heroes and. her- In all weathers the skin and cora-plexlon can be kept wonderfully clear, oft and white by the use ot this inexpensive lemon lotion which any girl tfr woman can easily prepare. The juice of two fr^sh lemons strained into a bottle containing three ounces of orchard!white makes a whole quarter pint ot the most remarkable lemon akin heautifier at about the cost one must pay tor a small Jar of the ordinary cold creams. Care should he taken to strain the lemon juice through a fine cloth so no iemon pulp gets in. then this Motion will keep fresh for months. Every woman kno^ws that lemon juice is used to bleach and remove such blemi.ihes as freckles, sallowness and tan, and is the ideal skin softo/ier, smoothener and beautifier. Just try It! Get three ounces ot orchard white at any pharmacy and two lemons from the grocer and make up a (tuarter pint ot this sweetly fragrant leniou lotion. It naturally should help to soften, freshen, blench a^d bring out the roses and hidden beauty of any skin. Tliose who will make It a habit to gently massage this lotion Into the face, neck, arms and hands once or twice daily may he repaitl with a skin that is flexible and young looking and a peach-like complexion.- Advertisement. M^att); $pecific' Pr Remove^ K THE Never>Failing Remedy for Appendicitis Indigestion, Stomach Disorders, Appendicitis and Kidney Stones re often caused by Gall Stones, and mislead people until those bad attacks of Gall Stone Colic ^appear. Not one in ten Gall 1 Stone Sufferers knows what is the trouble. Marlatt's Specific will cure without paia or oper-atlou, Buy froth JACKSON & CO. Druggists, Lethbrldge, Alta. J.W.MARIATT&CO a� owTAwio ST. TOROMTO om; AONTHER IMPORTANT QUESTION DISCUSSED Anotlier imporiant question was made plain to a large audience last night wlien .Mr. i-'agan preached on the subject, "Saved and How to Know It." He took lijs scripture text troni Romans XUl. 16 and 17, "The Spirit Himself Bears Witness With Our_Spii'it That Wo are Children of God, and it Children Then Heirs of God and Joint Heirs With Christ. He first emphasized the.fact of tho two witnesses that, Goil. witnessed WITH us and not TOtis. by scrlp-tured authority he proved that God's spirit hears witness througli the word and revealed what we must do to be saved. .Mr. Fagan wrote these on a hiack-board under tho iieadlng of God's .':pirlt. He gave a clear and definite pre-inice for.the witness of man's sptrit which' was tho testimony ot man's spirit will alway.s bo in harmony with his personal knowledge. Thus man knows when he has taken all thd steps retiuireii by the word of God. Ho.miide a strong point that the spirit ot tlip clilld who .was baptized In infancy could not witness with the spirit of Ood in baptism. The Pagans will have change ot the preaching services both morning and evening .and it being ther last Sun' day a largcaudience Is expect "MY REO HAS NEVER once stopped on the road-never even hesitated. Never refused to start at a touch of the button-Rever failed lo stop v.'ithin a foot of where I wanted to^, in emergencies or ordinary conditions. "AND IT HAS NEVER once been In the' shop for an adjustment or a repair or the replacement of a part. "I'VE NEVER EVEN SEEN a spark-plug. I mean that-literally, for I've never had to unlatch the caps that cover the cylinder heads, so I really never have seen even the top of a plug. "SO, WHILE I CAN'T quite equal the testimony of the 20,000 mile user, I figure that in a year from now, I can beat- it, for my Reo Six runs just as ., sweetly, just as silently, is just as powerful-and seems even quicker in lesponse to the accelerator, than on the day I proudly drove it away from the Reo factory." \ HIS NAME?-Sure-for the asking. Like all Reo owners, he will be only too glad of a chance to tell you about his Reo Six7 DISTRIBUTORS FOR LETHBRIDGE AND DISTRICT. SHOW ROOMS: 1217 SECOND AVENUE 8. Reo Motor Car Company, Lansing, Michigan Six'OjHhderlffo 7 Passenger Tounrtif Price $227'! LETHBBIDGB rriCe 9CC(D, p(,3 vvar Tax 11522676 49 15 ;