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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - April 5, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta KIWI)AY. APRIL .". tuf. i.r/nmr.inr.K nvi.v ni.r, \i.n French Describe Terrible Carnage In Hun Ranks London, April 5. - Tho Oprmann thin ntunriR attacked Win l!rltl�h forcon hi ;i wide front irom lie: mm Court, A i'w miiIph rtouth of Albert, tu Moyoll-ip'-vilif>, north of tlif> Solium'. n- made n uliRht >,'�iii. There him l "ii mi attuek youth of tin- Homme '�i fur today, thn Ktatenieiit say*. KtiKlnBd calmly uiitiiiinp on flic m.-tp tho ivHilJt of this I;it�-at offensive .mil ewry stcnip of new* about it in read t ;ini;rly. "Our (llfflrtlltit's ami tlio�e of flic enemy urn fairly oliviotm." say* the siiimlHril "We urn Hiiffptinn from ti m't> lioavy blow dealt to Ocrie.ral 'totiKh'n army 'i ho nti"niy on I.is xi'li- finds that the salient created tli rough that local Micesu in too liar-tow for his ptirfin.se. A good many |)eoplp. no doubt, experienced a cor reaction on the part of the .illles fol lowed the exhaustion of th to the firing i line ami broujihi us morn cartridges."' A corporal, horribly burned with i pas but mil all dowiKitut suld: "Yes i they flu id me tip rhl'i way. bill that | does not mutter | am iavenged. I' I Is almost Incredible the wit; the\ I fell in group*, in companies, i shall | survive my barns, but the thousands on iIiouhh'hI* of Hermans whom I saw j J full will never he seen again " | I Captain Vlila! of the Hritisii Army I ,\|odjeal Corps, said after visiting a hosiii'al in wliieli were men who had been liroiiKiit iti from Hie Oise front ; that the wounded with whom lie talk od were fully eonvincod thn fli'riijun losses had amounted to .VXi.oon. of nil the ureal numbers of wounded he had Be.cn duriuK the war. he added, those now -tbiBg drasdful from u dirtplaccment and two very bad attacks of inflammation. Jay clue tor aid ho could do nothing mora for mo and I would K�vo to go to tho hospital for an oporotion, l.nt Lydiu li. J'in' -ham's Vrfretal'! H i' '- Montrnal N'atio.ii'.llr,: II' pli Vllli'l-l ��!.; 1: '� A;:;c i ic an l.-rge:i:il of 11 p ounti v. aim -i adliin rail' tie events in tj*i" ip'ininil them meat of roil; (1 , h ..nil eds .in.I .. In:-!. Soiie1 ll' mintas ! h!� i  .journal:. ; s v. oil ' liemae'Ves wit h f.ii ii exagi'.erat ii c.inadiaa lieain 5 y  iii. rip' tie , \ 11 w �I' I: Uitopnsij rut; ml-jc DROPPING THE PILOT f> n i, pi .� h plunged throuKb it bridge between (.'ooriliind and Hammond, Okl.i . this luorning. killinp C. A. Welch, sin express inessen-> Ker iiipl injuring between Z~> and pa.csengei y.  * �  EXPERT COMING     (Special t'> tin- Itrrald) Kdmonton. April 5 - That the pro tlnclal Kovernment effected a better deal than tho Pominlon authorities when the $l,r>fm,nou bond Issue was placed upon the market last August and September was the evidence of t". V. Newson. deputy provincial treasurer, examined by James Weir, mem her for Nanton at the sitting of the public accounts committee of tlv Irs islature. Friday mornim;. The transaction was conducted through the Dominion Securities Company \vho Mr Newson Informed the committee, appeared to bo the only financial corpor-ation at the time, owini; to the slate of the money market, desirous of taking up the business. At. the start tho corporation bought $""pO,(�00 outright and pot an option on the remainder o;' a million. Later tho whole block of a million was sold and so well that when the company applied for the remaind er of the Issue they were asked ft>r and paid a better* price. Mr. Newson explained that there was this advantage in conducting bus inesg through the Dominion Seoul; les that they advertised largely and boosted the province in advertising their own business. The corporation had to bo supplied .with statistical and other information and this was pub llshod by them in the advertising matter they Issued. The legislature sits on Saturd.i" from 10.30 a.m. STANDING COMMITTEES The local committee on l-'ood Con-I trol have received word from Mi .1 \ 1) McGregor of Winnipeg to main-definite arrangements for IMward 'I refze of Chicago to speak in Loth-bridge on April *j:!rd. on food iiin.-er-vatiou Mr. Trefze lias jus.' returned from. England and Krance. which gives him a first bad knowledge of this imp >rt ant if not serious question, and who i  announced as being exceptionally bril-, liunt in delivery of bis message. : it is expected Win Atuhlrew will he here tf> take part in the discussing i this subject. A fuller announcement wll be given after hearing from .Mr. J .McGregor hy letter. 1 liillnolV 'ill. A!' : . \ pr ''l":(J 'li.sp ,-p.s" �� ]:'. ��*, � ' -land, for se ,;�. � " in Ib" !ice i:' 'i, the prorito ;,. I -vcles for the ni�.I,: 17 which also states that arrange inents had been made during the period for permanent exchange quarters at LIS points. No new extension work was carried out during the year, every efi'ort was made to meet more urgent demands for service in territory adjacent to tho operating plant. In explanation of this the shortage of metals, the increased cost of mater tals, and the scarcity of skilled labour Is referred to. The condensed earnings report gives the total earnings at 1542,697.01; exchange rentals, $4H2, {18.2S; rural rentals, $188.(>22.80; miscellaneous. $41,606.06; total, 11,266,-004.78. , The disbursements .including nper ting, and maintenance expenses amounted to |ti58,!t7C.98 leaving the net earnings at 1600,027.74. After providing for Interest $401,103.14; sinking fund. $47,r>01 and mlscellaneoiv. fll.44ii.61, totalling *4�0,(t4�.75, a bul-snce of $ 145,980.98 remained. Ottawa. Apr. Recognition of Libera! I iiionist supporieis of the ' government v.ds the feature of the 'selection of chairmen of standing com , 'mltiees of the common* today, lion, f W. s l"ii Minn becomes chairman of the committee of marine and fisher i K C. llenders, the grain grower ; repri'sontutive of Maclmnald, Man.. Is the new chairman of the committee of agriculture and colonization, siic-' i ending J. A. .SoNsinlth of Ka8t Peter-! burn. ] Conservative Chairman i Conservative chairmen ot commit-i tees are J K. Armstrong. Lambton,-i wlio succeeds Richard Wain, now a, , member of the senate, as chairman of the railways committee; Sir Her-, bort Ames, who remains chairman of 1 j the (ommlttee on hanking and com j merce; !' B. Morphy. North Perth, i who succeeds; W. K. Mfddleboro, as , chairman ot the committee on public accounts. It V Green, of Kootenay ' who becomes chairman of the com ' mittee on mines and minerals auc-, ceedlug Mr. Shepherd, former member1, for Nanalino, ll.t*.. and Or. Steele of I [ South Perth, who succeeds Colonel i I Sam Shaipc. at present overseas, as but i chairman of the committee on private the i billa. m ".'. U'.'d. 1 Jillll. uilUnn nioni Its for th" isjpitts of ii (pi- i are ;:!>�];� le Hii i-i|> li than a ot ,1'all a" i upph i!t nr. and j iriliin inn ti. drug.* r ' and IRRIGATION CONVENTION C. R Marnoch returned yoslenlay from Nelson where* he attended a meeting of the Weatem Canada irrigation executive to prepare for the convention theri� in .Inly next. The executive was presided over by F. li Auld, deputy minister of agriculture. Saskatchewan, who Is chairman. The Nelson people are making big preparations to handle the convention and to make It a success. Mr. Marnoch finds several points of similarity between the problems of the fruit growers and those of the prairie fanners with reference to ag-rii ulture The need of irrigation is quite as great in the Nelson district sometimes as iu the prairie section The fruit growers, like the wheat farmer*, are realizing too that mixed farming is the only system, and a paper along the lines of mixed farming in relation to fruit growing will he given at the convention. ay 11 : ha pa-' elm' penal' IllOllt ! � "bullv Lilly siai-rsotl ah l'"en ex mi'tit of other pvov ih'-re is a fine of for publicly or ?.: iv in writing directly o>-dig of iiit imatlng th-pi , contract--!! tlio divea--e ni � lie' impo.-itnil] o�the pena 'lismissal f.'oni oTTIia- Right of appeal from the decision of a medical oifl vided to provincial board of health and to the provincial medical officer. V. . ,i,iii. -n ;. April ' V i.-'.ev i ' 1 a i i i i'ei'di \ iii.,, i p i i 1 � . ,, I , , pip � f '� 'in-'- top'.iy. .i i'l"-'' "I 11. � i " i 'i I' of .' �;! ilia a It liii-r' I' i' l 'a .-� - ' -i' �iiil.m;'. ill--. II! - !a n::;lr i i: i;-� �ii! w i-h i i, ''�:]! V. 11 >.� A ' � �. i' ' . | .� > i 1 (Mi a i ^ } 1. i lir,'. 1 'Mi la ' �� ,' p.; ,. - .� �  . ,.! 'i.'i ('- flpilll i li ��! :..,'(.; \: i'ii ii � � K..'' ii l-'iin �!". ,-. - v a � ,-~k. .1 i in,i i. ' a-.el" v'aia ' effei i in Ibis i out.' i ' and bei all ,' i 1 * :n i :i i-p ;�' i' - may be in.el" ill i' � i : n a p i p on A e.-i i' a ns (isi a r \' .i in. p-ae i-: On' s inn �.i.-iip.,l in v ii,,- la n tippointed . li.'put j a., i, i is,-. iti ;"11i,i;i a : fair* p., thai inM'.i'ii-" TRY THEM : The next time you suffer with 1 headache, indigestion, biliousness or loss ot appetite, try- BEGCHArft PILLS jutnt Sal* of Amr Medicia* m�ha WarU. CROWN BRAND OORN^SYROP The most delicious ot table lyrups (or (Iriddle Cakes and Hot Biscuits.,Excellent (or home made candy. In 2, 5, 10 and 20 pound tint- 3 lb. Tcriect Seal1, GUm Jara. Write (or free Cook Book. THE CANADA STARCH CO. LIMITCO, MONTftrAl. so ' ot every 'i ist rat ion at only b\ iy. but I... action or i-er is pr--. COTTON MARKET GARDEN SEEDS (let ready to plMit your Kard-'i. I have an extra largo stock of all kinds of garden seeds this s,'.i.!-oii Ail orders. whetiiet-InrRO or si,in 11. will receive our pronipt attention. BING W0 GROCER 1 320 13th St. N. Phone 1672 ii i.7-12 'Perfect Tailoring Is An Art' One cannot walk into a store, buy a ready made suit, and expect it to fit perfectly. Every human form is different just as the finger-prints of every person are different. T. C Ridpath TAILOR TO MEN AND WOMEN 407 FIFTH ST. S. PHONE 730 j New York i whs unot lief ' market bere j inK at Ml 4f, ^ above last . fullv ?lf� a . X Y . April I.- There Iur advance in the cottiui tiijtty. May con inn ts .seller more t'tan '�}'�'� a hale n if! bale t'B elo.siiiK prici s above the rece.it and low. KAISER HONORS HIM AmHti-rdatn. liam Iki.s co'ii llOf.'.ll. tile (Ip of the Red swords. M>r. I - Kmperor \V;I-ricd upon liaron Hichl-riiiiin Hviutor, the Order lOagle with crown ami M. B. Vautelet, Morrow, chest, E. Morriisey, Dale, Man-Manitoba, Clurk, On- POWER 10 ACI nitawa, Apr. n.- DlnptitcheH from fiawnou itatlnK that the Yukon Territory hus been left without an exe rultve head because of the ilerlntou of the ^toveruiiK tit to abolish thn post of commissioner uiul the local council are dented by the Kuvernnient. It la oftli'lRlly ulateil that an ordw-in-counotl was panned recently glvlriK adtniniatvatlvo powers to thn r"M commlttloner who will act pinditiK (h� �4ot)tlon by parliament of leglHln-tlon and establlshum u new Httttua tor Vukou aaiuluiatrutluu, , LOCATION OF WOUNDED CANADIAN OFFICER8 London, Apr. 5.-The fallowing Is lip; location of Canadlnn wounded officers At iloulogne-i.icut. hack, Bpvere; H. 11. sllKht At Ktaples-Lieut. Quebec, cheat, aeverp. In London-Lieut. II. p itoba, gunned; H. Lawig, Banned, severe. At UrlKhton-Lieut. A. tarlo, leg, Rllght. At Manchester-Captain O. V. Day, Ontario, face and knee; Lieuta. K. V. Dougherty. Ontario, abdomen, alight: J. Koloy, Quebec, back, alight, O. F. .Moaea, Ontario, ahouldar, ullght; H W. Allan, Manitoba, hip, aevere; (1. B. Burtt, Ontario, arm and lei; J. M. Dunn, Ontario, gaasefl; H. U Mavlua, Hrltlah Columbia, gaaaed, Major Madden, thigh. At J'lyjiiouth-Lieut. H. A. Dela-mare. Ontario, gaaied, alight. Discharged from Le Ton,uet-Lieut*. J. A. Clark, Alberta, neck; K. It. LI rid say, Quebec, gauged. Berlin, April 6.-Ninety thousand prisoner! end more than 1300 guns have besn captured by the German* in their offensive on the western front up to the present, says the German official announcement issued today. The communication adds that the Germans rjafned successes south of the Sgmme and on both sides of Moreuil Thursday and that the British and French reserves were repulsed in storming attacks. The S. 0. E. Benefit Fund for Returned Soldiers Whist Drive and Dance WILL BE HELD UNDER THE AUSPICES OF THE S. O. E. AND D. & M. OF ENGLAND on Wed, Apr. 10 AT 8.30 Admission.......50c No. 1 Apples, per box----$2.85 B. C. Sugar, 20 lb. baa ... $2-25 O'Cedar Oil, large bottle ... 50c Peanut Butter, 5 lb. tins 1^.50 Peanut Butter. 1 lb. tins. . 38c Crystal Dairy Butter, per lb. 55c Good Bulk Tea, per lb.... 45c Good Bulk Coffee, per lb... 40c Geo. Washington Coffee, per tin 36c, 65c and ........... $1.00 Honey 8pr*ad, per oarton.. 38c Dill Pickles, Heine, per tli* 30c Llbby's Catsup, per bottle.. 90c Rice Flaket, per pkt......1Bc Kellogg's Toasted Whaat Biscuits, per pkt..........� 1ta Asparagus, par tin....... 30a Lima Beans, par lb........20o Lennox Soap .4 bars......2Sa, Cast! la Soap 2 lb. bars, ea. 40a Crossa a\ �lackwells' Pure Matt Vinegar, par bottta.....2$o Bird's Custard Powder, pkt. tOo We Allow a Liberal Discount if You Pay the Cash and Carry the Goods. , % DONALDSON'S PHONE 1150 $01 NINTH AVKNUI S, The Famous Canadian Salt idsor le alt NEGROES EXECUTED HoiiBtoii, Texan. Aprii S--PftVutOB j ,tohu B M'.nm uiul Walter Matthewu I (colored) worn oitavtited at Cump Log- j mi tikis morula* for tlio uiurrW of i 1'rlviue ltalatt A. Koloy, Company (!. i moth Infantry. ! Foley wa� killed F�b. IS. by the | iiegrocs when ttitty ttitcupcil (rum thci Htockadu wlit'i'u Foli') waa ou suurd. > SIR ALEXANDER QALT CHAPTER I.O.D.E. ANNUAL SPRING Sat, April 2/th IN 8UPPORT OP THE PATRIOTIC WORK Or* THE CHAPTER Tho liieinberB of the Chapter are hoplug foi'the Interest and uaaletance of the ptfblic aa has bean so gsaWaaa��>a�*H*s�d la rtia past. Here's Something Which Is Most Worthy of Your Support BENEFIT DANCE UNDER AUSPICES KENTISH ASSOCIATION TO ASblST A MAN-THE FATHER OP A LARGE FAMILY-WHO HAS BEEN ILL FOR THREE YEARS, AND WHO IS BEING SENT TO MAYO BROS. HOSPITAL AT ROCHESTER. THE DANCE ON MONDAY, APRIL 15th In the K. P. Hall is in Support of the movement IF YOU DESIRE TO ASSIST IN A MORS SUBSTANTIAL WAV YOU WILL BSMQHTEN A HOMC ANc BRING CHEER TO SEVEN CHILDREN WHOSE FATHER AND BRIAO WINNER HAS BEEN LAID A8IDE SO LONG. Tickets for the Dance........$1.00 Extra Ladies 50c INVITATIONS FROM MR, KNOWUDEN OR ANY LADY HEMSER OF THE KENTISH ASSOCIATION. ANY WHO DESIRE TO LENO SPECIAL AjBtjfSTAMCS IT WILL �� GRATEFULLY, RECEIVED AND MAY BE SENT TO- MR. KN0WLDEN, THE NURSING MISSION, THE HERALD. 16860652 93 16316482 ;