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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - April 6, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta SATURDAT, APRTL fl, 101K the !.�Tnnnmr.ft daily herald i'AGE thirteeh SPECIALIST SAID HEMiUST OPERATE sutoA Mnturr.A.invEriMiM4. Is N�wtoP�rfKt Health. BCENE OF THE GIGANTIC TRIANGULAR BATTLE FOR AMIENS. U'Tinan offensive front. This map covers practically the whole of the ARE WILLING TO SERVE Ottawa. Aiiril fi.-- Sf-veral hundred tlind the allies in this war and although their young men have not ,000 bushels of fibre flax seed distributed by thift nrttlah government in Western1! not only Tokio. SsHturdny. March 30.-(By the Associated Press.) - At the Jnpan-j eae foreign office today it waft-raid j that no confirmation bad been receiv-I ed of the statement published by the  NHhi Nichi that the situation at Vlad ivostock while not immediately crit-i leal was becoming worse. Telegraph communication with the Russian Heaports has been suspended ut intervals. The Japanese newspaper 1 claims that the Ilolsheviki authorities I have occupied the government offices unit hanks at Vladivostock. The en yanada .lasted only about one day, so numerous were the applications received from farmers all over the west. In distributing the seed the agents of the British government considered the suitability- of conditions in the various districts and the ability of farmers applying to produce at least a � car-lot. The seed came from Siberia j via Vladivostok, .Japan and Vancou-I vor. .lohn Bracken, professor of field [husbandry in the l'niversity of Sas-fcasflbn, sajs^ "Fibre flit from Holland, Russia and i Ireland ripens with us about five days ! earlier than the commonly grown seed j I IJax, but generally yields !!."> per cent 'less seed when sown at one half bushel ; to the acre. "In our opinion there need be, no hesitation about grrrwlng the flax brought in by the military authorl-, ties." THE MORAL ISSUE ! OF WAR WILL TEND TO HIE PEOPLES Archbishop of York Deli vers Inspiring Address to Ottawa ' Club Ottawa A�M B "Them �r� o-.f.et things (Janada ran do ber-ules a-s^i \ng In strengthening �>ur n an powei.' said the Most Rev. Cu*r.; and England are united to fare this attitude, every man mus> feel that he has come to the great ordeul and he must be. true Spiritual Issue i "There Is a great spiritual issue m I stako. We must deride now which, spirit is to mntrol in future. And in the struggle for this decision, no n,it ion has a greater stake than Can ' ada." Futura of Canada The Archbishop of York then refer red to the future of Canada. *n>ing. that If In the great struggle, should . J pass, she could look with pride to her, i past, but Canada was a young nation. ' I with everything bound up in her fut I tire. This war, he thought, would bring I closer bond between Onn- pnlrhV. Hon C.ideou Hobertson. 1/ord Kfcliard Neville unit others prominent ill oi'fii iul and elve- circle.* \V Cmrdon Walker came back Toon �nlle.j Irmn Honolulu to eii'.jst ill the British Due to Banks....................................... V,161, Call lioans and Current Discounts................... 42,009,370.38 Bank Premises...................................... 1,334,93.44 Letters of Credit Per Contra......................... 70,033.33 Other Assets........................................ 103,031 S7S.M0JO7.4l prohibiting the importation ot condensed mill* after April 1, except by the government, and requisitioning all milk now in transit which may arrive after that date. TheS. 0. E. Benefit Fund for Returned Stldiers Whist Drive and Dance WILL BE HELD UNDER THE AUSPICES OF THE 6. O. E. AND D. A M. OF ENGLAND on Wed., Apr. 10 AT 8.30 Admission.......50c JAPAN'S WAR MILLIONAIRES, l.eff. Madame Toft* Shvukt -^nioro than $100, 000,000- since the war began. Hight: Kauuiualgnp Yftflhuflilta. one ot the naiikln war millionaires-of Japan, the heud ot the Yamashlta steamship company. The Japanese government ha a accepted one million yen of these war prof its for the imperial fleets-water and air. and wind for 24 hours and a regular blinding billiard. Some farmers had started opera Hons in the field but this latest patch of winter will stop alt land work for a trrae. SIR ALEXANDER GALT CHAPTER /. O.D.E. ANNUAL SPRING TAG DAY Sat, April 27th IN 8UPPORT OF THE PATRIOTIC WORK OF THE CHAPTM The members of the Chapter are hoping for the Interest and assistance of the public as has been so generously accorded In tbto past.  4>4>4>� + 4t�4>4> FAKE PROCLAMATIONS TO STIR QUEBEC           Montreal, April 6.-Beveral copies of fake proclamations announcing the abandonment of the Military Service Act and "the re-establlshment of freedom," were stuck on walla add windows In Bt. Catharine Street last night. The proclamations were foolscap alse written by hand In ink and struck oft a copying press. What Doctors Use for Eczema A soothing combination ot oil ot Wlntergreen, Thymol, and other healing Ingredients called DDD. Prescription is now a favorite remedy of akin specialist* for all sklu diseases. It penetrates the pores, gives Instant relief from thj*