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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - April 12, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta friday. aimul 12. 1018 tut-: ^/rnnninr.K daily imr.ALn �1 THEIR EYES SHUT Horrible Slaughter Testified to By Britishers-Came on in f. Hordes London, April 12.-"You could have Slinl them down with your eyes shut." Hiilti ii wounded machine gunner in de.'ierlblitg How the (jurmniia attack-od. Oil tlt� western front, uncording to the correspondent then; of tin- Daily Mall. "We lived straight Inlo them and tlioy wont down in heaps, yet; we r.Hjiid not stop thorn. It was one down Mid (mother comii on." THt! correspondent quotes other remark!! from wounded soldiers which v.-!!ti indicative) of the unconquerable spirit, of tho British defenders and vhiclj hear further tnstlniony to the ton ilO.i toll the Germans are paying for c.very foot they advance. The n.-000. Ain.sterdain, Apr. 12.- -Tho safe-. Quebec, Apr. 1".--The local polit'r! j mmi-ditiK of the German position in commission considering a suggestion ; t]m jH primarily a I'russian -hiter- arising out of a confererce between ,,ht ,,1h1 i h(mm� i'cjr 1'i-iissia must demand General Lessard and General Landry | .],.,, u,1( mj|iiaI-v inlcresls should h" and (!hlcl' or Police Trude-l that I he ' ,|,,(.jHj V(, over ail others!. I>r. K-.u'i Dominion police co-operate with the; ,farinitMc', I'niswfnn minister I'mssian np-r.ided (hat they littvo no objection to i]OUK() on Tnosdav, according to Federal policemen helping the muni-|ui(, luirliner Tageljlntt. cipal body but, do insist that none of j This statement is interpreted bv these men be go called spotters-1 with ! ,),. 'j^cbhill us meaning thai authority to arrest draft evaders.- The committee also suggested that some other person than Captain Des-rocliers be placed In riliarge of I lie Dominion police, principally because they consider the men appointed by Desrochers, were to a great extern. responsible for the occurrences here reeuiitly.v. Tho decision of the committee will bo referred to the local militia heads for further consideration. Toronto. April, .....j N'ortliern Railway ,. I upon a new phase "sl1. U:|"r�- ; tlio member. comments strongly on th.."!',mllti.-.i,i ! t,U! ",,,:sl 10,1 w" consequences of such large number section of I1, lory must he added to V oi 11 annexations, "which would drive the Poles politically into the arms of Russia and create' in the oast for the Germans a permanent breeding centre of political unrest, producing an irredenta in our eastern provinces and a perpetual Polish danger." i vesllgate the claims ; ! adlaii Nonhern as ;,i> 1 ing tho valuation ,> inn Iter was brought u> Hon. .lohn Oliver, in-Columbia, stating tha pit whore the daffodils toss thoir RETAIL CLERKS ARE SATISFIED Canadian '.Tui.oii eniered � morning when lioai'd discussed ihey should in-lUain.-a I he Can-I'lenienl allc-i-tiie stock. The i liy a wire from �mi"r of I'l'itisii i he would like. go i',c". heads in a MghJ. breeze, several mo:-, rat on a bench. They did not. see tlio daffodils; they saw nothing. They tat,', ii'iiuhod up us they slowly recovered power to breathe freely. They were poisoned gas cases. The cor-1 rc-;.vo-.;dent. adds: 1 ' Happily, they wore not likely to 1  e; i-h worse, the doctor thought. But they were bad enough and it i., n- !'::':! that for chemists who inviiitid sucli means of warcraft and MAMMAI DON'T YOU SEE YOUR CHILD IS The retail clerks of the city Turned out In force to attend the special meeting of the Clerks Association hold last night to discuss the proposed amendments to the Factory Act. The clerks maintain that the act as amended is not discriminatory and that the merchants are endeavoring to make it so by petitioning for permission to work their clerks "at least" eleven hours on Saturdays. They consider thai, the act would now bo perfectly satisfactory to ail concerned if lived up to, and that, any amendment permitting extended hours on Saturdays and unjust. Tho clerks are unanimously of the opinion that it in not necessary to keep the stores open on Saturday nights to accommodate country trade and argue that the amount, of business done in the stores by farmers on that, nfght is negligible. At the same time 1 they point out that the act really does I not require the stores to close on Sat-j urday nights, hut only that a fresh ) shift shall be employed during the - extra hours. FARMERS AT HOME Ottawa, Apr. 11.-Representing the market, gardeners of Quebec province a deputation wailed on Hon. T. A, Crerar, minister of agriculture yesterday requesting thai, sons of fanners bo granted exemption from military service in view of the fact that the inexperienced labor which it would be necessary to obtain to carry on the vvorlc, would not satisfactorily meet, the demands of the situation. Replying, Mr. Crurar stated that, he fully appreciated the difficulties which were, however, not incidental to the of labor j province of Quebec alone. Being a would be unnecessary I farmer, he said, that he was quite fiiware of the unsatisfactory work of Inexperienced men. In conclusion he told the delegation that the matter would receive his serious consideration. DEBATE ON THE Look at Tongue! Movo Poison* From Liver, ancf Bowej>Rt Once. ! At the close of the meeting a num-I her of telegrams were sent; to the I government officials at Edmonton j very strongly protesting against any i extension of hours and urging the con-' tinned enforcement of the act. to appear to prove u,. eonilitioii of the British Columbia undertaking ile would not he able to ape-car before three weeks. Chief Justice Mer-diili did not mi-I dersfund why (he. ilair.i was not. pro]) j e.rly the object of inquiry !>y the board, j "We will have to '-ome to some judgment on it." he said. "If the board is going to sit to try out all claims against the Canadian Northern. 1 see a long session ahead oi"' us," declared K. It. I'hippcn. K.C. The correspondence rend by .Mr. Phippen was at times interesting. In a letter of April I',, la 17. Hon. John Oliver, then minister of railways, wrote to Mr. McLeod. expressing the government's disstiti.'fsu.lion with the apparently indifferent manner with which the Canadian .Vorthrrn viewed its obligations. Tins official retorted (hp ne.xt day with :> letter accusing the government of holding up its terminal estimates which were not paid ; promptly as work progressed and the I work would have to shut down unless j there was f change. ] SUCCESSFULLY LAUNCHED j New Westminster, 11. (�;., April 11.- j The wooden steamer War Comox, | built by the New Westminster Con-j struction and Engineering Company, I was sucee.sBftiily launched at Poplar, Island shipyards this morning. I HAVE A PROTEST Grassy La he. Apr. in .Tit- loeular meeting of the. councillors of Uo- rural municipality of faireha was held , at I'ltiple Springs .Monday, \pril I. ; Those present were. .1. .1. Mrl.eii-; nan. p'ovc; .-Hired I'roben-;. Parker � ('a rriit hers and .la tues Palmer. .Minnies of iiist. meeting rial ami adoiiicd. On motion of AP'io.l Probcrls ilic . wTreiar.v tr�;t.-urer wias! i in-tcil t, ' g q lee copies of ihe bylaw print'';!. Tie- an respcel ing the municipal ; dirdri.-t borrowing money to i-apply sell /rain 10 settlers was read and coiisidor-l. Alter a full 'IIsousm in :uf eiji'ri'rjiondence In eonnei lion v.iil; same ihe ma!tor was tahieil. Retailed that this cou.'icil unanimously prot'"L against the enaclnieu; in' any siutute providing for compulsory hail insurance a! feet ing any lands in this municipality, or any statute hy itie. provision of which any crops'in this municipality are covered hy hail insurance unless upon application for sucli insurance by the own- er of such crops or other person having an insurable interest therein. ! And further resolved that 't eat, sleep or act naturally, has stom-nch-ache, diarrhoea, remember, a gentle liver and bowel cloansing should always be the first treatment given. Nothing- equals "California Syrup of Figs." for children's ilia; givo a teaspoonful-, and in a lew lioura all the foul waste, sour bile and fermenting food which 1b clogged in tho bowels passes out of the system, and you have a well playful child again. Ail children love this harmless, delicious "fruit laxative," and it never falls to effect b. good "inside" cleansing. IM-rectioni for babies, children of alt ages and grown-ups are plainly on the bottle. ' > > * > : .> .> # THE KAISER'S DREAM > *** though strange it Keep it handy in your home. A little given today saves a sick child tomorrow, but get the genuine. Acik ycur druggist for a bottle of "Cali-fcrnia Pyrup of Figs," then look and ene tiif.i it Is made hy the California Fir: �nip -Advertisement. Vh�iS^ � Our boys are going " Qver the top" and into ''� No man's land this spring. No one has any doubt .pf their ability to get there. There will also be a pring drive on this side of Miofocean, feecanee March is the year's " blue. Monday." It is the most fatal mouth of the year. March and April is a time when resistance usually is at lowest ebb. It is a trying season for the " run-down" man. But medical science steps in, add �aye, "it need not be" I We should cultivate � love of health, a so\ise of responsibility for the care of our bodies. Do not nilow the machinery of the body to clog. Put the stomueh and liver in proper condition. Take Dr. Pieree's (Ifilden Medical Discovery, to be had at most drug stores in tablet or liquid form, tablets fifty cents a vial, composed of native herbs. This puts the Rf-oinach and liver in proper condition. You may be plodding along, no spring, no elasticity, no vim, hut at; soon as you. liuvi; put the body into its normal physical condition -oiled the-machinery, as it were- you will find new vim, vigor and vitality within you. A little "pep,1' and we liitigh and live. Try it now. Rand Dr.Pierce, Invalids' Hotel, Buffalo, N. Y., or branch otlicc, ttrieig-cbtirg/tat., 10c. for trial pkfi. The prime necessity of lite is health. With spirit and �iergy you have the power to force yflurscdf into action. The Golden Medical Discovery ie the spring tonic which you need. There is a story may -seem, Of the great Kaiser Bill and hia wonderful dream. i Being weary of fighting he lay on his bed. Ami among other thtngs, he dreamed he was dead, And In a fine coffin was lying in state, With a crowd of brave Belgians bemoaning his fate. He was not long dead when he found to. his cost, His soul, tike the soldiers', would quickly he lost. , On leaving this earth to meet his into fate . He hastened to heaven and knocked on the gate. St. Peter looked out and exclaimed loud and clear; "Try down below, BiH; 3 sevrn ttiir.jjs tu; tut;en away to war. If you can figure ltit.-m out. mitt prove that you arc tin: huclli-E tJ!> a 3irile work .-ittor schoot anil ou ftuUirdny.;, yrni may v.'m a. tlU.OO Special Cash I'rW.r.. We wilt nl^o yj:i; vo-a tlu: opportunity of winr.iui: a devcr little Shetland J'onyor SlOO.IlOiii cash. )jt-, hie* v.-c will seiul ;t,u l7n-e 10 ropier'of Ihtz fiMi-^L Canadian Weekly Magazine yen ever j;.t\v- dandy coloured cover.-* and illuslrationa-jiood lid ion and art teles about Canadian people, cartoons mid editorials-just the jnnLirednc every one has been waiting Your friend.-* ami neighbors wiH like it H(� much that you will liavc^dozena and dozens of riisroniers very quifkly. You M-.-ll the ten copies of Canada Weekly at ii--, each and h-.ive. W)e. capital, all your own, b::-;idc pjeket money earnings every week. Don't Walt. Send your answer to this puzzle for rlcvpr boys uad address l DEPT. 1114 CANADA WEEKLY, 35 LOMBARD STREET, TORONTO. ALVAGE The Proyincial Department of Agriculture Has Opened a BUREAU in the Board of Trade Offices LETHBRIDGE To secure and distribute farm labor. Farmers wishing to secure help should apply immediately to MR. J. A. WEIR, who has charge of this free service. Phone 1603 THE Moline Universal Tractor is 1200 lbs. lighter than any other Tractor deliv-, ering the same draw