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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - April 5, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta LKTftMltDGE JtUBLT HKBAtP fcefebtftje Detail VC&frncg:, liftcrta jhf DAILY AMU WEEKLY _ Proerlater* and Publlefiera p*M� LKTHSRIDQE HERALD PRINTING COMPANY. LIMITBO StS ��h Street South, Lethbrlda* W. A. Sucharan President and Managing Director feha Ton a nee   Buslnsts Manager naslacss tutorial TSLEPHONE8 Office .......... Office .......... 12S1 1XJ4 other day the announcement was mad* that the Imperial government had 10.000 bushels of special flax seed for distribution to western farmer*. Yesterday it wa� announced that applications had bean received tor many timet that amount Many farmers were disappointed, and probably had their plan* badly disarranged. The moral is that the government should be careful, la making aa-nJiinccmenta of aura a nature aa ihoee mentioned above, not to lead the public to expect mora than can be accomplished. The raault of the leaa spectacular effort will be that farmer* will not be led to make plana which will he deranged by the government's WEEOfWM IS WOT IN THE LEGISLATURE i*Dedal  the Herald) Edmonton. April l.-Oo peorsUon of FWDAT, AMItL % ISM NOW 'PICKED VP IN* \PASSING tytJHgjwf-TZu thorlied a gift of halt � tare to the caaadlaavltow Crate war relief. dol-for. MUfc la IS oeati a qnart In Kaueee A "no glare,- enforcement of auto tfCftF. ' light* la now on In Manitoba. the municipalities, andtis farmer* n&.'S. ra? a^n DeTorTtHn^jT with the provlaetal government waa, JS?"ere on h m Tha urged or Hob. Duncan Marshall. In **""**> *�r� 00 niM T" At a number of Ivtorisngs *�-Unrant* tb* ether ajar safer placed at each parte*'* place done .up i envelope* r�oAi *avotop* Mm-lufosd, eaoueti talslrgot*. the tstfoi eoffoe for the average all that li allowed controller's regal* tieo*. 4�f^l!B �rd"f Ml"l"f *" mln, *** �rW A. B. ftry.Wr of Vancouver, has ay atMa eaemlaa on farm*. ...... tftn or la food the estimate* of th� Muartment of agriculture were natter discussion, a* Insblilty to carry out all the farmer the moat effect!** orgy of hooplas In Soaserlption RaUai Pally, delivered, per week......10 j lialty. delivered, per year .....IS 00 ', Itally. by mall, per year ......$4.00 i ^Vc-ekly. by tan 11. per year .....$1 40 I Weekly, by mail, per year to U.S..$2.04 j Date* of expiry of subscriptions ap- j pear daily on address label. Accept- :  nee ot paper* should any fK' m*.BU.l?.Vtu�r' AM nU llom' tho le,l.un�re J*^^�*�J??. \ n'Sf&ZZSl Tdlffi Th?S *' He wa, born ia IM F,"^tS2iS^Kj A boy of fifteen year*, who., name ^V'-iA^w! k^r^.il?-^ 2Jf! * withheld by the police la In custody ^ J�*J?JLA-,ZiZ itlSi 17.21' �* �** court at Winnipeg and O�vo and Tah* right J jmotomooiies T�!/!. *t00*A.* *" flTk ThU !!S I twenty year, ago a N*V 'York on Friday a dl.mountrd battalloo waa wom(,, ,,.(Ulon,, tbe ,roet Vn^n^\J^^Sie^Zmlmrj^ uianagement asking that pr� jnd wm in aottfwon the aame 4a�., bft m*A* on tho car tor lady It waa a give aajl Uka fight with po;,.;,J th� April prodactloa fofacaat to be dwputy minister of munition a-ltalrs, issued next Monday will be more I check tho weed prohtan m the aouth ' era part of the nrartico. It was only when the farmorg roaUtod tho gmvlty of the situation, lit minister emphsf sited, that thor could nop* for eolation of the dttftettlty. ond ho Informed the house that there were charge* for weed destruction against terms that amounted to more than the farms would bring It they were offered for �ale. Mr. floadtey said that legislation of that province. The American Red Oopr have an than tha 540,000 baihal* forecast In December and maybo wall toward the 27.000.P00 bnsael goranunoat aim. tn Saskatchewan and Manitoba against It in favor of the Pennsylvania hard coal. A coal mlnlnc expert agrees with our 'ontetttfon. a;;il In a letter to the Hernld hr slates that L/>thbrMge coal is at least ten p�r cent the beat ot the Taber, Drumheller or Edmonton coal, and that the term "eub-bltumlnoua' ls"�l-  Some BrltUh cavalry ware th� money being voted ahould he spent i ���chod to them and they were cent k,, ., Inspecting the work of the council* i �'** caralry woC�, cutting In and out * m*���*er of the Montreal Herald "* ------...... and In his younger days a leading raphy where men are trained for work' It the aerial service. Oao thousand man enter into school eaoh month. .Tame* E�*on. tho famous heavy weight Scottish wrestler, died recently at the front. Ho waa In the army aorvlce at Cambral. Mis wife thinks he was murdered by the Huns, owing to information received John Taylor, manager of the Plnan clal limes and for many years busi Dominion governiaout. j wu French Infantry they were then Mro. McKlnney read a roaolutlon "n aw�mng draft call Invaded a enance such practices. Ot course the tribute, made their battle cry, hotel wnile he waa asleep and shaved department had no Jurisdiction outside I "Viva La Canada", and our men aa Du> bead. His Iron-grey locks were they wont through the Hun support* I'diatrlbuted at trophies of war. yelled tor "La France.' It was a glorious fight and wonderfully successful, and that night Canada war closer to the heart* ot the French than ahe has been since the day* ot Jacques Cartier. Still fighting a* \ cavairy, they stayed with too French until utter the German occupation of Noyon, and then, collecting ajl tholr horse* and men at a place well behind the, depend oa the delivery of Hhe treo- >r. He therefore went taav.kegal dealer, bought another snake "of tractor aad already baa ploughed f& pre-pared .10 aeyeav wlttf fM.jUchtile, thefts* witsuilor fM gaWe^assnt to act he would hara biai\ rs*^ of luck," ft the saying Is. > Tha asittiatttana ot Has seed is an-'-'-atlwx esuualle. thoogh this la pore of *tt iMnetta) g^verasgent matter. The sons unable to stock coal owing to financial reasons or for any other rea-1 son, would thus be left tn a better po-1 sitlon ta secure coal as the winter rush come* on without throwing n shortage on the whole community as la now the case when everyone waits till October or November to commence laying In a supply. There is a whole lot ot truth in the suggestion as mads to the Herald. We havs advocatod greater summer storage of coal for a lone Ume. but the coal buying public mnat basin to res Mae by this time that the dealer* cannot supply all ot the facilities and undertake tha whole financial burden -at esjfryiag the omnunodlty through tha summey. The consumers must;do their share and tie method ouUinsd above would seem to he a asost.ggeeatnhsi plan. SLIGHT ADVANCE London, Apr. 5.-The Germans who yesterday resumed their attempts to reach Amiens aad to separate the Anglo-French armies and are still fighting for these objectives, have, according to official reports, than fan failed to widen the gallant which tn> necessary for their security. Thel Teutons have, however, made gome slight advance on the dtreat road to Amiens. , Both the British and French official statement* admit slight wlthdrawala aouthtaat of the city of Amiens, hot on both wings of the battle (rant the entente allied troops have aucceeded ta repulsing sll German attaelov HUN FLEET MAY IMatftOt London. Apr. S. - There la a growing feeling among naval men that the German high eeaa fleet will come out for action should military developments on the west front in the near future turn further In the Germans' favor. Nothing could better please the Brttlah fleet than thia long awaited occasion. The opinion waa expreesed tn authoritative quartern that It probably ta true that some ot Germany's capital ship* were ia tha fleet which recently was reported cruising oft the upper Dutch coast, but the Germans' were, not then looking for trouble, CONCENTRATE TROOPS London, Apr. S.-The Germaaa concentrated troops early this mor nlng near ^Albert, the war office announces. The British artillery took them under its tire. In the neighborhood of Bucquoy and In the Scarpa valley there waa active artillery fighting during the night. General Perching, American commander, has been awarded the Belgian Order, the Grand Cro*s of the Order of Leopold The decoration was presented by King Albert in per-son. At the same time the king presented to Col. Boyd, the American military attache, a cross ot the offl Fdrmer Governor James V. Kleldttr j of New Jersey* and Edmund Wil,t tho Toronto Educational association continued In Toronto. Vpward ot a thousand teachers and trustees were In attendance for the discussion In the ' different departments! Discussing. the question ot the abolition of the teaching of German, Prof. McGllllVray declared that a knowledge of the Teutonic tongue was necessary to allow Anglo-Saxons to compete successfully In the field of art. literature, and other branches of learning. WHAT THE BRITISH* FLEET HAS DONE Pittsburg* Fa., April 6.-The place of the British grand fleet In the war plans of the allies was described by the Right Rev. Cosmo Gordon Lang, archbishop ot York. In an addreaa last sight at a patriotic mass meeting. Through the watchfulness of the British navy the alUee have been abba to transport 13.000.000. troops with . a losa though enemy action of -only 5700 men. the archbishop said. "The question haa bean asked, 'where 1* the British navy?'" said the pHsBAta., *3 may asiswer that in the Amtkicsa way by asking another question, 'where is tbo German navyf It is certainly where no aelfrespeeUng* navy would wish to be. I will answer it bV asking another question, 'where is tha freedom aad peace ot the WorMT' It Is behind the great sUent newer of thai navy." NO INDIGESTION. GAS, OR STOMACH MISERY DEATH OF GRASSY LAKE DRUGGIST (From Our Own Cstve*peud�nt> Orassy Lake, Apr. t.-Captain Gen. Porter, who recently returned from the fpont. aad Mrs. Porter, were In town for a few day* looking over their farming Interests. Miss Martha Lang, who haa been attending the Agrlonltaral college at Claresholm since the beginning of the term, returned home Friday. - Miss Coady, of tha teaching staff of tbs school, Is attending the convention In Edmonton. Mlas Irene Kelmr was tn Medicine Hat visiting during the Easter holidays. We have had cold and d stag re sable weatheV for Saater. A ana* and wind storm blew all day Satnjrday, the cold wlnda and hard frost at nights brought the farm work la a atandetlll. We regret very much to report the death !�*jr dragglst Mr. 0. I. Cons la** si Maul* Creek hospital Monday. April 1st Mr. Cousin*' death comes as a, shock to the community. While In Grassy Lake he mad* many friends, who win he grieved to hear of hta sad den death. Interment took place at Maple Creek Wednesdsv "Fane's Dueeasln" far ftewr Aald Stomach, Heartburn. Oyepeasle. Time It! In five sajnwtco all ach distress will go. Ma indigestion, heartburn, sourness or belahlng at ens, sold or srucutlaaa at undigested food, no dliiineee, bloating, foul breath or headache., Papa's Diapeptlq la apeed la regulating It le the surest, q eertala indigestion whole world and noted far its ati WRIGHT'S 15-DAY UHIKRohRY sale Closes Saturday, April 6lh Millions of men and) their favorite foods without fear-they know Page's Dispose** will save thosa from nny stomach atieory. , Pleasa, for your sake, get a large fifty-oent. case of Reaxr*a DmaeSets from any drug store aad not year stomach right. Don't keep oa kettsj miserable-life ts too abort-ye� aa* not hero long, so snake year eta} agreeable. Eat what you llbw aad digest it; enjoy it. without drwud el rebellion in the stouta**. Papa's Diapepsln baioags In ywr home anyway. Should eejaef your W Uy eat something wldak don't surae with them, or la aifV aa attaak w Indigestion, dyvpepssa, aMtiitFar ttomaeh d^aagamesst at dnytama at during the night, tt>knadr to the Quickest, auresrnUaJ '�- Advertisement TWO MORE DAYS to Buy Yom DiQMonct. at Sat^ Price* BefQe Embargo on Diamonds comes into force. 6450 13 ;