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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - April 16, 1915, Lethbridge, Alberta APRIL 16, 1915 THE DAILY HERALD PAGE SEVW GKKMAN KUBMAKINK Sttt'l'LY BOAT SENATE N SOLDIERS' BILL Otlawa, April 1C. Tlie JiHk ses- sion or the tweHlb parliament pro- rogued two and :i half hours heliiml scheduled time. H liutl itfen arranged tJuU hif. royal highness, the Duke ol Coiuiaiight, whould come to Parlia- ment lull air 4 o'clock mid rend the speech from the tfiione and give as- seijt to IjiJls. A temporary dead lock between tlie commons and the senatft over tiie soldiers' vole liill nmdc it necessary tor hln royul highness with his-escort to wait uiilil at Hi- duuu HalJ, wJiei] lie finally was sent word tluiL Uie house was in reuui- nesH. [or the final ctucinunies ol tlie session. Tlie deadlock arose over the inclu- sion in the soldiers' bill by the sen- ate of l.v.'ci amendments, tintli ol which had been considered in the low- er house. One provided that the act should not apply to the overseas j forces without the consent of Lord "We are about (between Kitchener the other made provision two oC the hottest places In the whole: for the appointment of six scrutiri- at! I line, BO If do not see much of Uiroe by the prims minister and }fun, ive hear It. We got away with' three by the leadci or the opposition QJ I only one casually this time, and ho-lo supervise tlie votinir of. how I Gsiigrieaced my ibaptism ,oi! pipe. I was curious, flut not confused., was a nmn jn m'y mvn platoollt who j A between members of nro. Things progressed so rupldly Two were wounded and were being- WJ15 shot tha dead, and died the house was lield in the oi lhat I pan scarculy think of anything attended to by their comrades. I Wo have a new gnme minister of justice when a 6com- Just now, that ol sttulklug the German promise was reached. The government snipers. They generally come out to accept tlie amendment pro- A closo vlow of W-3, the currier of oil mi otliov supplies lo Ihg CiBrmiui submarine U-8C, which has (boon doing much damage to British shipping. Canadians at the Front Corporal X S- iieehau, of Becton, liberate nature. I was blown through writes from the battle front under date ot .March, 19: Baptism of Fire "I wjll attempt, to .give you an idea of our trent-li. Tho guns are going continually to Uie right and left of us. Hot Places Week-End Specials At Kerr's Grocery 4 pounds for. Quaktr Oati; Large size 25c 30c Sunkl'it Oriiigti, sweet ami 30c 25c ]7 W and Lemoni, large fancy stock. dox. Potitni, B. C.; Exlra dry Corn, Pali and Btani price eacli lOc that door and landed very nicely In a cloud of bricks and mortar and i fjlaak- ID tlie centre of the1 Htreet. picked myself up, still gripping my 1 of any decree of Importance. moved down the street. No Panic er ot fcricks from Hie-next; home ivhlcli.occurrfti since we arrived with- in sound.'of Evan at that moment and. .up-to the present I can- not say that anything otlier Uinn a Joirlol mood prevails in Iho trenches. The utmost aruYulls and confidence In the result ot our .._ blned rfffprtB IB the end eagerly look- In by our dono. ed forward to wiQi keen anticipation. There -was no> Confusion, no panic, not com piny oven the Bemftxlaii'te' ,of a' little dis- splock! hang! Another show- JUBL u gots and go to a for the naming of scrutineers, "J had scarcely Joined mi' and was engaged In watching the ef- fect of German eholl fire, which on order. All was calm, ior.ce, strict discipline vras necessary this occasion appeared to do pretty] to save all, This toeing- realized the ivell, whether by accident or necessary precautions -were .advised design, two shells were ient Into a and 30 wo escaped further damage. 'That, so far, is the result my ex- perience, and I claim a pardon for the manner in which" it' ten." foam nearly -twice the of Norman Port's. t The nest two dropped way Wtween ou'r'tffllela the afore- said demoLiBhed. The next two 1 shall never forget, Blown -Through Door "I was weary after the gomeivhat tiresome Journby from -.fork und the of worn off I luallned curiosity oC wltneBBlng tUe shrapnel towarda: a HtUe rcet ud bejan to move, in the dlroollon of my bUlet. Having J. dlsco7Brad to my discomfort ihftt iny WM pled Iby morft than I- I contented with lift- ing 107 mid -renuLaed itandlng; by the door coffttatlnf on the oircum- (rtances and on what i for1. I "Afy next: mora wu not of B close to our linos as possible, fljid while the senate acceded lo a jiro- trt) all night to snipe at.posal to have the hill approved by us. So we have started going out his majesty in council. With these provisions included the bill was then formally accepted by the tivo houses prorogation ceremonies were proceeded with. spoke tho of another shell J] down all Lo snipc at j fco ,mvc lhe' which caused me to move milcker. Two killed and four wounded jo the latter case. We've re ordered to i there too. Thirty Yards Away "The oilier night wo got out and slid aJcny our sLonmchs to where TN-G thought they were, and we had no sooner got there than sure enough aiong they came and lay down jn tlieir plales. Tliey were only thJrty yards away from us, but we 'did uot PATS' OFFICERS HONORED London, .April majesty, the king, has approved o[ the appoiut- ed -froni- tin rest of four i: 'A.' B.' 'Bmltli havo just arri trenches for aiiother writes Lieut. G.O.U.O., to his brother, .F. F. Smith. K.C., In RoBedale, from "samevliere in iTfladsra." "We wera s. bit morn fortunate In our weather tills Lime. It wna fine during our "eat Ire, stay in trenches, and they had dried comideraibly, HO st Uie end- of our period ire did not want lo leave. It IB gftttlnf iort of borhig "hahping srt-s: lire at tliem, as we were not abao- lucnb 0[ Maujor A Hamilton Gault ol lutely sure of hitting them, nut next j princess Patricia's Light Infantry, as time we will get to their spot first a companion of Lhe Distinguished and capture them. Service Order recognition of gall- antry and devotion lo duly. The offi- was nothing doing, and gave them the news albout UIQ sinking of the Dres- den. There ia a, regular blizzard out- side now, which I hope will stop toe- fore we go into the trenches. One of enemy shelled ua once, -but. did to knock down QUAKER BREAD CLEAN, SWEET, NOURISHING YOU SHOULD SERVE IT ON YOUR TABLE THREE TIMES'A DAY 16 TICKETS FOR PHONE 378 AND HAVE" THE DRI- YER CALL. LOOK FOR THE LA- BEL ON EVERY LOAP JOHN GILMORE quite close to the enemy's posi- lion and obtaining information oE great-valuc lor attack carried out next. On February 28, Major Gault assisted in a rescue of a wounded man under most diHiculfc cirrumstanc- upu j fijyj'kfug dps conferred the military cross on Lieut. W. G, Col- "w'e-numerous occasions, especially at St. Kiol on January 2fi, ivjien lie res- cued, with the assistance of one man, a mot tally wounded officer, aitec three others had Tailed E0 before, -but I think" we noiv. At 'leaat I Jiope so, as -we are getting the trenches in pretty good shape--" Pte. B., J. Bauds, of A Company, Strawborry and Raipberry, l lb glaas Soap, Sunlfght; 11 burs for 50c Soap, Royal Crown; 2 packages for ___ Soap, Ivory; 5 cakes for....... Toilet Paper; 5 large rolls -for _25c 25c Coffee, frvih ground, a particu- lar fine bland, 4 AA poundi tat.....9 liUU Stilton Cheeie; Per tin 35c Libby'i Spanlih Olive Oil, per tin 3emoltna; Per package 65c 18c Sardlnei; Genuine Nor- wegian; 3 for Rhubarb; 3 pound 25c 25c Wheat; aKRs for 25c St. Charlet Milk; Per Itn 10c A Backs tor Llbby't Saljd Per bottlo Dupkeee1 Salad Tar bottle 45c Tomatoes; 2 tins for Florida Grape Fruit; ITrtra 5c Evaporated Aprlcoti; 2 pounds for 35c Qoid Dust Wuhtng Powdir, Z package B. Grape Pint Bottle 45c 35c Lime Juice; 3 pints for Bsnanai; Per dozen Corn Fltkei; 3 packages for Tea; Kerr'i 8peclil; 13xtra line flavor Honey in Comb; On. sale plain; 15c. 20c and Pineapple; 3 tins for Roquefort Choeaa; Per tin 25c 35c 40c 35c Coffee, flneit Mocha >nd Java, iblondod with oxnct- ness, pur pound Brown Polaon'i Corn Flour, 2 for Fresh Strawberries; Per boi 30c Florida Celery; 2 pounds Tor Head tettuco; SnJo price 256 lOc Ououmbefgj 2oc find 30c Qreen Onlont; 3 for 10c Llbby'B Pork end 8 for 40c Manffo C hut- nay, reitu. OOc, on anlc Fancy Mixed Candy; For pound1 20c Molr-o XXX Chocolates Per pound Florida Grape Fruit; Medium size, 3 for Sweet PoUtoen; 'i tins for 25c 45c Pure Olive Oil Soap; 4 cakes for 25c SchllMnfl'a Baking Pow- der, rsg 4Qc; on sale Brand's A1 Sauce; Per bottle 20c Red Cross Sweet Onion Pickles, per bottlo... Evaporated Peaches; 2 pounds ior......, 30c 25c EOMAjV MEAfj Tlle New wil1 be Wwk. People are Uklng adrannce of prices here and uving monej on Qrocerlee, Feed, Meats', etc. G.B. TIBER! MANAGER. f UNDER UNITY HALL, 6th Avt. AIRSHIPS PURSUED ZEPPELINS London, April baa not yet been conclusively, determined wheth- er ohfl -or German aeroplanes took part in- the raid in Keat. The reports, however, ipdicate the pres- ence of a'Single machine A dispatch from ''Canterbury spoke of two'- over the city, but this baa not been substantiated from any other point. The-German'machine was of tde bi- plane, type. The aoti-aJrcraft guns at SlieerneBs Tired on it, and the machine was seen suddenly to-disappear. Tho spectators thought It had been winged dead. and cheered wildly. The aeroplane, however, recovered and again ascend- ed. Tlieu it travelled at a high speed across the Isle of Bheppey, at the mouth of the Thames, and escaped to the open sea. Apparently'no bombs were dropped on Slieerness. British aeroplanes arc said to'hare gone in pursuit of the machine which appeared over Sitlingbourne, but no report from them haa yat been given out. .Tames Hunter one of the first iU residents of the Nan ton district, is I a] TRADE .FIGURES In the seven months ended Janiiarr 31, Canada reduced Iier. piinchaEwa of American-made automobiles by and her purchases of ibltum1 inous coal by This coun- try also purchased a smaller quan- tity of American-made agricultural implements. Altogether our Imports from the United States during-.the. seven montbe show a decraaad of The latest trade returns, however, show that there Is a'gndual-. increase la the amount or gboaa the nadian people are purchasing; tils .pplies to home and The Stock at TII D j 1 he Red Corner THE HOTEL STBIET NORTH, PHONE 14M OUR CUIBINE AND SERVICE AHi UNEXCELLID. SUNDAY EVENING DINNER 5.30 to7.3Qifty Cento. fttlm Front Roomt with Full THIBTY DOLLAR'S 'MONTHLY OWING TO THE GREAT CUT IN PRICES. STOCK WILL BE GONE IN A FEW DAYS Come Now if you require Anything In This Line ;