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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - April 5, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta fhioay, april !>, 1918 the u-rnmniDOK daily iikp.ald French Describe Terrible Carnage In Hun Ranks London, April 5.-Tho Germans this morning attacked British forces on a wide front from Ilurnun Court, A d'w miles Houth of Albert, to Moyen-ncvillo, north of the Sommo, iiceord-iiu; to a statement puhlishnd in the Kvetiing Standard. TIio chief points ol' attack, the newspaper says, were Jiei'imn Court, Meniii, Beaumont-Hiim-.-The accounts of carnage in the German ranks which has been wrought by (be fire of tho allies, 'as given in tho official communications and by correspondents at the front are more than confirmed by stories of the wounded in French hospitals. "We cut' down the Germans as har-Yeaters cut down wheat," said a wounded lieutenant. hack from Las-signy. "We went on cutting them down until we emptied our cartridge boxcH. Then our dragoone on (.hull mounts, carno right up to the firing line and brought us more cartridges." A. corporal, horribly burned with gas but not all downcast said: "Yes they fixed me up this way, but that does not matter. I am revenged. It is almost Incredible -the way they fell in groups, in companies, i shall survive my burns, but the thousands on thousands of Germans whom 1 saw fall will never bo seen again." Captain Vidal of the British Army Medical Corps, said after visiting a hospital in which wore won who had been brought; in from the Oise front that the wounded with whom he talked were fully convinced the Gernjan losses had amounted to ">00,O00. Of all tho great numbers of wounded he had seen during the war, he added, those now coming back from the front were in the. highest spirit. Thoy were almost joyful, notwithstanding their wounds, lie said, because of their faith In tlie approach of docisivo victory and because they had seen that for n'd the damage done by the Germans to tho allies a vastly greater toll had been paid by the Germans. Hard Fighting With the British Army in France, April r>.-Hard fighting was proceeded today iiorth and south of Albert as the result of a heavy attack 'by the Germans on the British lines along a front of I'.OOO yards, between Aveluy and Dernan Court. According to the latest reports, the Germans had succeeded in gaining a foothold on a smalt triangular .bit of territory just, south west' of Albert, which brought the attacking troops close to the Albert-Amiens railway. DOCTOR COULD NOT HELP HER But Lydia E.Pinkham'a Vegetable Compound Saved s Her from a Serious Operation. Brooklyn, N. Y.~"I Buffered something dreadful from a displacement and two very, bad attacks of inflammation. My doctor said ho could do nothing mora for me and I would have to go to tho hospital for an ope rot ion, but Lydia E. Pink-fa a m'fl Vegetable Compound and Sanative Wash have entirely cured me of my troubles and I am now in good health. I am willing you Ehould uso my testimonial and hope to benefit other suffering women by so doing."-Mrs. F. Platt, 9 Woodbine St, Brooklyn, N. Y. Operations upon women in our hospitals are constantly on tho increase, nut before submitting to an operation for ailments peculiar to their sex every woman owes it to herself to give that famous root Rnd herb remedy, Lydia R Pinkham's VegetableCompound, atrial. If complications exist write Lydia E. Pinkham Medicine Co., Lynn, Mass., fur advice. page eleven' rrtrtiu Montreal. April 5. -I.e. Devoir, the .Val ioiiallsl paper edited by Henri Bourussa, pays its i-ompliin"iils io ihe American pre.-is in the following editorial: "American Mtrv.>pii|ti:iv. doublless forgetful of the history of their own country, abuse (he whole Frencb-Cn;;-ailian race these days because of the events in Quebec, li mav be well to remind them thai at the establishment, of conscription in the 1'niied Slates during the Civil, War then: were in New York and other northern cities bloody disturbances, in which hundreds and hundreds of lives were lost. Some historians speak of as many as three thousand victims. Those journalists would do well to occupy themselves with the American note before exaggerating the measure of the Canadian beam." 4 hX > * Dltom.N'O THE PILOT. DROPPING THE PILOT Drown in (ho Chicago Daily News. ! REPRISALS (Special .to the Herald) Edmonton, April 5.-That- the provincial government effected a better deal than tho Dominion authorities when the $1,500,000 bond issue was placed upon the market last August and September was the evidence of C. V. Newson, deputy provincial treasurer, examined by James Weir, member for Nanton at tho sitting of the public accounts committee of the legislature Friday morning. The transaction was conducted through the Dominion Securities Company who Mr. Newson informed the committee, appeared to bo the only financial corporation at the time, owing to tho state of tlio money market, desirous of taking up the business. At tho start the corporation bought $250,000 outright and got an option on tho remainder of a million. Later the whole block of a million was sold and so well that when the company applied for the remainder of the Issue they were asked ft>r aud paid a better*price. Mr. Newson explained that there was this advantage in conducting business through the Dominion Securities that they advertised largely and boosted the province in advertising their own business. The corporation had to be supplied with statistical and other Information and this was published by them in the advertising matter they issued. Tho legislature sits on Saturdav from 10.30 a.m. > * plunged through a bridge be- and 35 passengers. > ? F U VENEREAL BIS! LIBERALS CHAI The local committee on Food Control have received word from Mr. J. D. McGregor of Winnipeg to make definite arrangements for Edward F. Trofze of Chicago to speak in Leth-bridge on April 23rd, on food conser- j vation. Mr. Trefze has just returned from England and France, which gives him a first had knowledge of this important if not serious question, and who is announced as being exceptionally brilliant in delivery of his message. It is expected Wm. Muldrew will be here to take part in the discussing of this subject. A fuller announcement will be given after hearing from. Mr. McGregor by letter. (Spoelnl to tlio Mcrnld) Edmonton, April 5.-A net gain of 214!) stations is recorded in the annual report of the provincial government telephone department for tho year 1!'17 which also states that arrangements had been made during the period for permanent exchange quarters at l.'!5 points. No new extension work was carried out during the year, but every effort was made to meet the more urgent demands for service in territory adjacent to tho operating plant. In explanation of this the shortage of metals, the increased cost of materials, and tho scarcity of skilled labour is referred to. The condensed earnings report gives (he total earnings at 1542,697.01; exchange rentals, $492,-21S.25; rural rentals, $188,622.80; miscellaneous, $41,666.66; total, $1,265,-004.72. j The disbursements .including operating, and maintenance expenses amounted to $658,97G.98 leaving the net earnings at $606,027.74. After providing for interest $401,103.14; sinking fund, $47,501 and miscellaneous, $11,442.61, totalling $460,046.75, a balance of $145,980.98 remained. Ottawa, Apr. 5.-Recognition of Liberal-Unionist supporters of the government was the feature of the selection of chairmen of standing committees of the commons today. Hon. W. S. Fielding becomes chairman of the committee of marine and fisheries, succeeding Clarence Jameson, now a member of the civil service commission. Hon. Hugh Guthrie succeeds W. B. Northrup, tho present clerk of the house of commons, as chairman of tho committee on privileges and elections. II. M. Mowat, Parkdale, Toronto, follows Dr. Paquet as chairman of the committee on standing orders. II. L. Richardson, Springfield, Man., . succeeds Colonel J. D. Taylor as chair-I man of tho committee on debates of ! the house while Dr. Manion, .Fort j William, is the new chairman of the committee on forests, waterways and water powers, succeeding Gerald Bra-bazon. U. O. Menders, the grain grower representative of MacDonald, Man., is the new chairman of the committee of agriculture and colonization, succeeding J. A. Sexsmith of Fast Peter-boro. Conservative Chairman Conservative chairmen or committees are J. E.' Armstrong, Lambton, who succeeds Richard Blain, now a member of the senate, as chairman of the railways committee; Sir Herbert Ames, who remains chairman of the committee on banking and commerce; H..B. Morphy, North Perth, who succeeds \V. E. Middleboro, as chairman of the committee on public accounts: U. F. Green, of Kootenay, who becomes chairman of the committee on mines and minerals succeeding Mr. Shepherd, former member for Nanalmo, B.C., and Dr. Steele of South Perth, who succeeds Colonel Sam Sharpe, at present overseas, as chairman of the committee on private bills. G. R. Marhoch returned yesterday from Nelsoft. where?'he attended a meeting pi ihe Western Canada Irrigation executive' ,to prepare for the convention there'1 in .fitly' next. The executive was presided-over by F. H. 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 farmers with reference to agriculture. The need of irrigation is quite as great in the Nelson district sometimes as iu the prairie section. The fruit growers, like the wheat farmers, 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 be given at tho convention. (Special to The Herald-Edmonton, Alta.. April 5.-- The venereal diseases prevention act which stands for second reading in 'lie legislature in the name of Hon. G. P. Smith, the provincial secretary, provides for the medical examination of persons under arrest or fn custody and under conviction, and also for inquiry and examination upon the request or with the consent of any municipality of houses or promises, and the removal lo a hospital of any person found therein infected with any venereal disease. It is provided that every hospital receiving aid from the province shall have accommodation for persons suffering from such disease. No person other than a qualified medical practitioner shall attend upon, prescribe, offer or supply drugs or appliances for treatment, aud publication, issuing or distribution of particulars with regard to drugs or appliances is forbidden under a penalty of not less than $100, and not more than $1000 defaulting penalty not to exceed twelve months. In addition to the penalty for the infringement of other provisions of the act there is a fine of $200 or three months for publicly or privately, verbally or in writing directly or indirectly stating of intimating that any person alls contracted the disease or has been examined. Secrecy-on the part, of every person employed in the administration of the act will be enforced not only by tho imposition o� the penalty, but by dismissal from office. Right of appeal from the action or decision of a medical officer is provided to provincial board of health, and'to the provincial medical officer. COTTON MARKET Washington, April 5.-- Attorney General Gregory took to the cabinet meeting today, a report of the lynch-: ing of a German. Robert P. Prager tit (olliusville. Ills., last night for dis- �� ens-ion with President Wilson. A brief report on the lynching readied the attorney-general today from I'll-i bed States Attorney Karch. Further j details were asked. i . Officials made plain (hat they de-1 ! plorerl tlu> incident, both because of j ! tiie effect, in this country and because j it is feared reprisals may be made in ; Germany on Americans. j Oscar Morin. one of Quebec's mil-! nicip.il attorneys, has been appointed j deputy minister of munition affairs of that province. tryteem The next time you suffer with headache, indigestion, biliousness or loss of appetite, try- CROWN BRAND cornJisyriip The most delicious of table yrups for Griddle Cakes and Hot Biscuits., Excellent for home made candy. In 2, 5, 10 and 20 pound ttns-^ 3 lb. "Perfect Sealr' Glass Jars. Write for free Cook Book. THE CANADA STARCH CO. UMITCO. MONTRML. LwK�t Sale of Any Medicine hi the World. Sold everywhere. la boxes, 25c GARDEN SEEDS Get reads' to plant your garden. I have an extra largo stock of all kinds of garden, seeds this season. All orders, whether large or small, will receive our prompt attention. BING WO GROCER 320 13th St. N. Phone 1S72 07-12 '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. TAILOR TO MEN AND WOMEN 407 FIFTH 8T. S. PHONE 730; .,J-..:u:-,i New York, N.. Y.. April 4.- There was another big advance in the cotton market here today. May contracts selling at I-M.45 or more than %\\ a bale above last nisbt's closing prices aud fully .$10 a bale above the recent low. KAISER HONORS HIM Amsterdam. Apr. 4.-Emperor William has conferred upon Baron Richt-hofen. tlie German aviator, the Order of the Red lOagle with crown and swords. 'Ottawa, Apr. H.-Dispatches from Dawson stating that the Yukon Territory has been left without an executive head because of the decision of the government to abolish tho post of commissioner and the local council are denied by the government. It la officially stated thai an ordor-in-councl! was passed recently giving administrative powers to tlie gold commissioner who will act pending the adoption by parliament of legislation and establishing a new status for ^Lio Yukon administration LOCATION OF WOUNDED CANADIAN OFFICERS London, Apr. 6.-The following Is the location of Canadian wounded officers: At Boulogne-Ueut. H. 10. Vautelet, back, severe; H. I-I. Morrow, chest, slight. At Ktaples-Lieut. E. Mprrissey, Quebec, chest, severe. In London-Lieut. 1-1. P. Dale, Manitoba, gassed; H. Lewis, Manitoba, gassed, severe. At Brighton-Lieut. A. Clark, Ontario, leg, slight. At Manchester-Captain C. P. Day, Ontario, face and knee; Lieuts. E. F. Dougherty, Ontario, abdomen, slight; J. Foley, Quebec, back, slight; O. F. Moses, Ontario, shoulder, slight; 1). W. Allan, Manitoba, hip, Bevere; G. 15. Burtt, Ontario, arm and leg; J. M. Dunn, Ontario, gassed; R. L. ^MUvius, British Columbia, gassed; Major Madden, thigh. At Plymouth-Lieut. IT. A. Dela-maro, Ontario, gassed, slight. Discharged from Le Tonuet-Lieuts. J. A. Clark, Alberta, nock; K. It. Lirtd-say, Quebec, gassed. Berlin, April 5.-Ninsty thousand prisoners nnd more than 13Q0 yuns have been captured by the Germans in their offensive on the western front up to the present, says the German official announcement issued today. The communication adds that the Germans (.wtned successes south of the Somme and on both sides of Moreuil Thursday and that the British and French re--serves were repulsed in storming attacks. The S. 0. E. Benefit Fund I for Returned Soldiers I tist 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. bag ... 52.25 O'Cedar Oil, large bottle ... 50c Peanut Butter, 5 lb. tine $1.50 Peanut Butter, 1 lb. tins.. 35c Crystal Dairy Butter, per lb. 55c Good Bulk Tea, per lb,. . 43c Good Bulk Coffee, per lb... 40c Geo. Washington Coffee, per tin 35c, 65c and____ ...... $1.00 Honey Spread, per carton.. 35c Dill Pickles, Heine,; per tin 30c Llbby's Catsup, per bottle.. 30c Rice Flakea, per pkt. ..... 15c Kellogg'a Toasted Wheat Biscuits, per pkt............ 15c Asparagus, per tin ....... 30o Lima Beans, per lb. ....... 20e Lennox Soap ,4 ban ...... 2>o, Castile 8oap 2 lb. bar*, ea, 40c Crotse A Blackwella* Pur* Malt Vinegar, per bottl* ..... 25o Bird's Cuatard Powder, pkt. SOe We Allow a Liberal Discount if You Pay the Cask and Carry the Goods. t, DONALDSON'S PHONE 11SO 801 NINTH AVENUE 8, The Famous r IflCli adfo" tsalt THE canadian -S�fliLT co. LlMITER,.. Mad?in: . Canada . t| NEGROES EXECUTED Houston, Texas, April I.--Pliralos John B. Mann and Walter Matthews (colored) woro csacutnd at Camp Logan this moruiog tor the murder of Private. Ualpfe A. Foley, Company G, 130th Infantry. Foley was killed Fob. IS, by the negroes when I hoy escaped from the stockade where Foley was ou guard. SIR ALEXANDER �ALT CHAPTER -LO.D. E. ANNUAL SPRING artels Something Which Is Most Worthy/ of Youir Support .LL BE GRATEFULLY. RECEIVED AND MAY EE SENT TO- ','"!*'  '  " � i ' ' ,�' MR. KNOWLDEN, THE NURSING MISSION, THE HERALD. -�A 15 16867652 67 ;