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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - May 25, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta SATUnDAY, MAY 25, miS TIIR LETimRlDGF, DAILY TIEnALH PA HE Tnir.TF^EW AT li EM OF W REVELAIIONS LoiKjon, Mny 25.~Tha official t>rcB�: (iiironij Bditfimnut on tho OonnanSinn l'"cln plot, sayn further: ' "On unothcr oucaHlon in January of tlila ypMt, t)o Vnlartt Biilrt: " 'Ah long as Oorninny lA tlio otiomy or Kiifjlnnd nml Knglanil In llio oiioiny ol' Iruluiid. ao lonf? will Iroliind lie a I'riiinil of {forman}'.' Vl'or Homo coiiHldorable tlnio 11 was rtil'l'U:ult to obtiiln nccuralo Informa-liuu as to Onniiiin-Slmi Koln plans, but alniul April. 1918, It was aMcortalticd ill!', iiiltoly tluit a plan for laiulinK arniH ill IrolaiKl wtiK rlpo for exofiiitlon and l)i:it tiin (Ji'rniaiis only awallod definite laroiinallon from Ireland an to tliu llilit\ i;iH(;o unil dato. "I'lin DiitlKti authorltlea were able to' warn tlm Irisli command rogard-tii|{ tho probable landlnB of an agent I)!' (l^rmany from a submarine. Tho iifti'n!. ac.lunlly landod on April 12 and w�M arroHtt'd. '"I'lit! now rliiing dopnnded larRoly on llui landing of munition.^ from nub-nnivhu's and thnro is evldonco to slunv llmt It was planned to follow a wiiccossftil Oermuri offcnalvo In tho uf'Ht and was to tako placo at a'tlran U you are, you oithor ohave youi^ eelf or go to a barber. If you visit a barber you may have tho unfor-tiinuto experience of Mr. M. Butler, of Itrldgoport, Conn., who doveloped wliat Is known ua "Barber's Hash" 01' Ills faco tliroueh iho use of an irJoctr-d razor. Mo writeH: � My facQ was covered with soros, wJiioh cauBed mo a great deal of sulferins and Inconvenlenco, and I was unablo to shave for four >v-r'!;3. Kenoated applications of � 'y',v.\n-\',i}k, hov.ever, entirely rid mo of the trouble." T'l avoid tho possibility of such cm cNporicnce, immediately you see a ra'-h or sjiot appear, treat it with Zanilluit. Tiiia balm will destroy ail �ormg, prevent tho dlseaso Bpn-f'.din;; and snon end tho troublo. I''i)r co7.enKi. old sores, ulcer.'i, blooil-poi.^oninK, burns, and cuts -lliore i.- tiuthitijv to equal Zani-Kuk. All dealers 00c. box, 3 for ?1.2jf. m when Oront Britain would be presumably stripped of troops. "Accordlns to docuroonts found on hla person, Do Vnlora had worked out In groat detail tho oxocutlon of lils. robel army. Ho hoped to be ablo to! muslor flvo luindrod thousand trained mon. Thei'o 1� evKlnnco that Gorman munitions actually had boon shipped on German stibroarlncg from Cux-havon In tho boglnninB of May and that for some timo Gorman submar-Itioa have been busy off fhe west coast of Ireland on other raliiBlo:..s than the doslructlon of alllod ship-pltiR. . "It will thus bo soen that tho negotiations botwaen tho nxeoutlvo of tho Sinn Foln organization and Germany have lieen virtually continuous tor tliroD and a half yc^rs. At first a section of Irlsh-Amojrlcans w.iR tlio Intermediary for most of the dlscus-itlons, but sineo America's tmlrancn into the war communication with tho enomy has tended to bo more direct. "A second rising was planned for last yoar and tho schome brokn down only becauHu Germany v/aa iinablo to .sond troops. "This ye.ir plans for another rising In connocllon with tho Gorman offensive on tlio Wostorn front wore maturing and a new shipment of arms from Germany was imminent. "An Imporlnnt feature of every plan was tho ostabllshment of submarine b�BOs in Ireland to menace tho shipping of all nations. "In tho circumBtancos no other course was open to the government if useless bloodshed was to be avoided and Its duty (o its nlllos fulfilled but to intern the authors and abettors of this criminal intriguo." Ireland Amazed. Tho Government's revelations regarding the Gorman plot in Ireland, wore di.scuasod hero most eagerly, but prbtninont polltlclanfi were reluctant to express an opinion without liir-tJior consideration, Hoth the Unionists and tho moderate Nationalists agreed that tho charges wore extremely grave and revealed a danger from which a largo majority of Irishmen would undoubtedly slirink. The Sinn Folnors maintained their attitude of spokticlsm and continued to deny tho existence of any pint, They dwelt on tho absence of names from tho Oovei-nmont'H charges. "These chafges are terrible," said a prominent Nationalist to th-' Associated Press. "They will startle tho country which had supposed tliat tho Slun Fein talk was mero rhetoric. IlDwovor, tho Government's statement so far ia an indictment rather than proof. Proof of theso charges would destroy the hold of the Sinn l'^:ln on the country." Tho Wostwaath Indol5o;idont says r'rof. De Valera has sent a letter to a l)rominent bishop, absolutely denying the existence of any German plot. REtJ CROSS DRIVE Washington, May 25.-Tho Red Cross second war fund today reached and passed the $100,000,000 minimum total mark and tolograms announcing subscriptions matured to flow into national hoadquarterR at a rate that swamped tho compilers. DAiE^ LUilKS IN Emm OF US We Are A� Full of Deadly Poitons As A Germ Laboratory. AUTO-INTOXICATION OR SELF-POISONING "FRUIT-A-TIVES" Abtolutely Pre-venti This Dnngorous Condition. T/'t! chief cause of poor health ig our ncElect of tlio howcls. \Vaslc matter, instead of passing from llio lower intesline ret;ularly everyday, is allowcillo remain lliere, gpncr.aling jioi.son.s wliich arc alxsorbod by the blood. In other words, a person who is liabitually constipated, is poisoning liim.self. We know now that ^Inlo-iniiKricaiioit, dire to iioii-actiou of tho lirnrcl.s, is diirr/ly rrsfton.uble for .sei ious Kidney and I'lladderTroubles; that it upsets the Slomacli, cause.". ludit;esli5 JEE-RUSALt'Vl! il'aKKing Show). C.N.R. mmm EOREPOR ACCE^ ROE. Ion Sale of Linen, Etc. WADDINGTON'S AUCTION ROOMS Tueso Next, May 28 AT 2.30 P.f^. FRANK WADDINGTON WILL SELL BY AUCTION, A8 ABOVE, A QUANTITY OF LINEN SHEETS, WITNEY BLANKETS (large size); white bed nuilts; comforters; feather piiiowa; linen table centres and covers; linen tablo cloths; table naplilns; face towels; pair very fine chenille portieres; Inco curtains; also two pairs of very fine etchings and a number of engravings. Tho auctioneer calls special attention to this sale, the quality of the linen being Al and tho blankets genuine Witnoy and full English sizo. TERMS CASH AUCTIONEER'S PHONES 770-469 "WADDINGTON SELLS WITHOUT RESERVE" I Teeth so Natural they Defy Detection THOSE are the kind of teeth wo give you in place of your decayed, ugly and repulsive-ones, which besides being a menace to your health, are a distinct drawback to your perional appear-anco.- Many young poTsons aspiring to business or social, fame lose out In the 'rade simply because, they haVo neglected,that moat Important mnttor, "The care and appearaucQ of tholr teoth." %Vhy Ipinger put off your visit to the dentist? Let ua today oorieut your dental defects, and remember when you como to us tor. treatment- Dentistry As We Practise It Is a Gentle Art. Drs. Bruner, Richards & Nelson High Gr^de American Dentbtry PHONE 363 Ott Blk., 4 Doors from Lethbridge Hotel, Uthbridi^c LetHBRIDQE, ALBERTA CALQARY OFFICE-115A EIQHTH AVENUE E. EDMONTON OFFICE-a CRI8TAl,L BLOCK. Toronto, May 2ri,-The C. N'. U. judgment does not gu_ into great, details. It gives no statement of assets and liabilities, but Htates tlvat tlio arbitrators accopled the nuiort ol! Prof-Swain as to tho theory of valuing the roads on. tho ba.=ls of reproduction cost new. less depreciation. The board also accepts Prof. Swain's estimate of depreciation and concludes that the'amount of ass(!t"s over liabilities on October 191.,was not loss than .?2."),00(),00(). "As to whnllier or not there was a surplus of assels over liabilities was naturally a subjccj; which engaged much timo and coneidoration," says the text of tiio award.. ."It-^Is. of course,',,not a conclusive test ;ds to the Value.of Ihu stock, but it is an .element which cannot be ignored. Us Importance was perhaps emphasized by tho fact that a royal commission had reported the assets and liabilities of the company to be about etiuai. 'I'his report which was made in a proceeding to which tho company and its shareholders were not parties was admittedly based on a THE Never-Failing Remedy for'^j Appendicitis Indigestion, Stomach Disorders, Appendicitis and Kidney Stones are often caused by Gall Stones, and mislead people until those bad attacks of Gall Stone Colic appear. Not one in tea Gall Stone Sufferers knows what is , the trouble, llarlatt's Specific will cure without pain or operation. Buy from J. D. HIGINBOTHAM & CO., I LIMITED, Druggists Lothbridgo, Alberta J.W. IVSARLATT&COl 581 ONTARIO ST, TORONTO misconception of some of tho facta and there were omi.^sious of both assets and liabilities, Ii nhoukl also be pointed opt tliat tlie work of tho royal commission had reference to a dato anterior, to October 1, 1917, and there were chango;^ in tho interval. Adopt Swain Report. "In arriving at ihr surplus of assets over liabilitiea. the report of Prof. Swain as to ilu> reproduction cost new of tlie j)liy.-:icai property based on pre-war jirii'eii. and also his estimate of the deproclution has been adopted and after a cnreful examination we found lln' surplus of assets over liabilities of ilu; company on October 1, l9i7,,on ii (oiiservative basis to bo not less than �2.j,OnO,000 after deducting the full amount of depreciation found by Prof. Swain and making )iuch reduction in the value of the land grants and other assets as deemed reasoiKi'iIc. "It is to he poiiil>il out that a valuation of tho physical property of a railway company by ilic reproduction new method, less depreciation, is not to be regarded as an ascertainment of I tho actual value. 1[ is only a means to that end, bm as it was the best, and in fact the only estimate available it has .been .idopted us a basis for the toreijoiiiK calcijlations. "While tliivr.~iiH�ius.of assets over liabilities ;s an olc?ment for consideration ai3 has already been pointed out, it is not conclusive as to the value of the stock of the company. Its pros-pectivo earning power ' is perhaps more Important than any other element in ascertaining such value 'and In arriving at a conclusion we have given careful consideration to the past history of the company, its earning and expenditures, tho present financial posiiion of the company, tlie location of its lines and their construction, the other roads already existing in competition, the rale of interest on the funded and other debts of the company, the probable future gi'owth of the population and business of tlie country and other factors which seemed to us to have any bearing upon the question. "It is apparent that there was, great room for difference of opinion in a matter involving so many ele-monts of uncertaiiity and speculation, but after taking into consideration all the circumstances which appeared to us to bo entitled to weight in determining so difficult a question we came to the conclusion wo have mentioned." The award is signed by Sir William Meredith. Mr. Justice Robert Harris and Hon. Wallace Nesbltt, K. C. SUGAR DIVERTED Victoria. B .C, May 25.-With a full cargo of Hawaiian sugar, estimated at 0,500 tons, tho first shipment of a total of 25,000 tons which is being diverted to Canadian refineries under an international agreement, the steam ship Tancrcdo passed Victoria this morning en route front HUo to Vancouver. Tho cargo will bo discharged at the Vancouver refinery. This shipment marks the delivery of the first cargo of Hawaiian raw sugar In Canada. � tUEDllN lPER[N[lfly Bijitish Meadquarters in France, May! 25.-(Via IJeuters Ottawa Agency.)-Referring to the work of our aviators lu delaying the Cerman offensive plans a day or two ago an enemy division lost several hundred horses In consequence of an aerial attack which rendered it practically immobile. Following our numerous aerial tTiumphs, enemy aviators are siiowing loss and less inclination to come over our territory. Our reconnaissance and pliotographing machines can normally venturo several jnile.'i behind the German front at present without encountering other opposition than anti-aircraft shells. Our- bombing squadrons are displaying a rapidly monnting curve of activity, flying al all hours, while the Germans fly only by night. During the fine weather, which has now broken up, our airmen carriod out many splendid exploit.s, unliBBltatingly attacking hostile foi-^ mationa of greatly superior fltrength; For example, recently two of ours attacked seven German machines. In-the former case tho Germans were beaten off, leaving two of their machines wrecke'd. A- Different Attitude Now. London, May sn.-(Reutora Ottawa Agency.)-The Daily Express prints extracts from German newspapers dating from .fune, 1315, to March, 1917, applauding air raids on Britain and compares them with the present attitude of the German press in appealing to their government to enter negotiations with tho allies to stop air raids on German towns. The Dally Express says that the policy which was so "glorious and splendid,' 'and filled "every German heart with holy joy", when Zeppelins and Golhas were bombing England, has suddenly' become sensoIeBs slaughter of women and children", when Germans are imperilled. SERIOUS CHAR AGAISTIETERA^" Hamilton. Out,. May 25,-That serious charges would be laid against the Veteran, the official paper of Un-Groat War Veterans, was a statement made by President .fouicins, when tho provincial association resumed Us sittings today. A lengthy letter was read from tho manager stating that ho was unable to be present as' directed. It was thought unfair to read tho special committec^'s report in his aU-sbnco and it was forwarded to tho jiiew executivi! (o be taken up at tho provincial ('onvention. The govornmont will be asked to make it illegal for municipalities to add a ton,, per cent, penalty on tax arrears of soldiers' homes. X resolution oalling for equal rep-roBentation by districts to cnnvputlons was unanimously approved. Tho military department will bo asked to have a gun carriage and a sufficient supply of firo arms installed in each city throughout Canada for use in connection ..vlth military funerals. The e.tocutivp being increased to fifteen, that body was empowered to act as a parliamentary committee. Changes in tho divorce lawn were recommended. The veterans either want the British ."^forth America Act amended so that local courts shall have jurisdiction or the present pro� cpdurc niadi! less expensive. Pte. Michael Carroll died at Hamilton after drinking shellac. Small Pill Smalt Dose Small Pric� have atood' the lest ol time, i Purely vciictable. Wonderfully quick to banish biliousness, headache, indigresrion aod to dear up a.bad complexloii. Genuine bM� iKnahire PALE FACES Generally indicate a lack of Iron it\ Uie Blood Carter*s Iron Pills Will help tbis conditloa ONT. Lemon Juice ' For Freckels Glrlsl Make beauty lotion at home for I a few cents. Try Itl Squeeze tho juieo of two loihons Into a bottle containing three ounces yC orcliard white, shako well, i^nd you have a quartoi; pint of tho best freckle and tan lotlpn^ and coniplpxioii beautU fler, at very, very small eust.r; ; ; .....Your Bro(!er-h�s~th - " . Petty Officers and Men Eotine Room Artificers, $1.35 to $2.75 Seamen 90c. to $1.10, Stokers $1.00 to $1.25, Carpenters $1.20 to $2.40, Stewards $1.10 to $1.50 per day and $25.00 monthly separntion under usual conditions. Some vacanoiies for Boy Stewards, atfes 16-18. Pay 50c. daily. Free Kits, Free Messinfl. Qualified men cannot find a batter way to serve their country durin{( the war. 38 Commanding Officer H. M. C. S. RAINBOW Etquimalt, B. C. Naval,Recruiting Secretary, Industrial Bureau.^ MAIN STREET, WINNIPEG MAN. � or";NavaJ, Recruitina'iS0. That'.s one of the five, reasons why tlie "sale of Gverhihds in Canada dotijiled inst yeaii The other four reasons are that Ihis light Overland Four hn^ every .advantage of appearance, performance, comfort and service. Buy an Overland and speed Up, It will help in winning the war, V Appearanct / Performance ^ Comfort ' , Sertico . Priet D. SI WiUiaitis0ir& Co. PjSione 1546 Lethbridge . Wlllys-Overlnnd," Limited Willy* Knlfht ind OvarUhd Motor C�r. �nd Llshl ComnierclAl Wasont \ H��a Otflc. tnd Work*, VVint Turonto. Ontario 50 300820 ;