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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 25, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE, SIX APIUf; JOl? wits IN (COKTIXUED fBOM KsONT Irlto which the enemy had rolurned wns made nt ti o'clock In I In which this place was end many prisoners taken. As the sun went down In red dor onca osaln the cucniy Uled rally a cou'nier-ntlack from a farm bu these, men wera the Inrgot ol our JiS and none ol their sur.lv- Eamo slubborMlBhllus was and ground was gained, -So morning red nud whlw roses, tire of black eiploslves anJ euhlad- rf by machine fire across tbe all Ocrman counter- nttack's from bits ot Hunch and lines bt shells, where they found some kind "'varincr south, between tho Aline 1WS--S Lackwsrd swaylne that the prisoners caSlured by our English tattaltana ca ly'in tho oay were rccoyered by their own troops and again laken by in covering the our men tailed to clear up tho fbeu holes and dugouts of Germans hldlcs In them after there wa3 firing febJnd our forward poslllqns. i A Bloody Fight a' Staff Correspondeat ol lie Press.) British front .In France, April Via torn o Moncnj le Preui, which lies about live miles will Eland oul In -forjasone of Uie bloodiest epob o lhV world war. Fighting north eajt Lnd TouIS of this Uttle. ArlblB Tillage -perched.'iipon'a hlsh knoll.-has in Intensity MT of the Indlv .Idml slrugsles'o! the Eomme El forts ot-lho Germans to relate It subsided on eccoint .of; the. sheer eihaustlon o their av'allable'foTCM. Girman Report. DerllnV; April 25. via this morning, SSTS th olficlnl statement Issued by lie tjer man army headquarters elali, tigbtln has continued'lcr the possession a the TlVlssa .of Gavrellc. s.lx mile north ol Ami: On Monday; .the stal .'lient adds. 650 British soldiers we taken airplane were bYo6Ehl tho German on Monday machln yesterday on t western, Veteran Soldier Hciwrea THIRTY-VIVE ycirs work wllb. the Cmn'a. dtsn" Hallway ComiMuy and Blity-two years wrvM In the myjlary forces of Ilrlllsh Kmplre hive brought Tecosnlllon. and honour lo Fred. IA Lydon, for the'Vfll-Vnown veteran ad- by the bis transportation and he has been uiado a Lieutenant-Colonel by the pilll'ary authorities. IJorn >t pcrruucia. West Indies, In 1SJS, tbe E'OL of a father who came ot a GflWay, trd- Lieutenant-Colonel Lydou fcu K-d an Interesting Is no wonder that his special outlet for .cgvltleslleslnlhe TOlllinryneM: his lather a soldier, mil on Itc paternal side also his srandtalher lu'.ijbt a private under the DuVe of Wel'.luiton xhsn Nupolron waj detested at Waterloo In J315; onlhenialernalsldehlsjrandfathcrwus joldler military secretary to Ibe "Iron ind also took bis psrl In the overthrow ol Hapoleon. Both sMcdfathera fousht through the. J'enlosuls War. "We Irish are shy to ttlkaoout our said Lieutenant-Colonel Lrdgn In an lalerrleV, nlav w" In my olobJ to be a soldier. In 1854, when I wis onlv Qfltin years of ase, 1 been, service In England with Dorset Mllllla, At the tlnie of the Indian Mutiny I volunteered tor service In the King's HoyBl KlflM, remaining In this rcslnient from 1551 until 1S66. I had not in opportunity ot doing duly at the In- dim Mutiny: the King's Osn HlBa were coming to Canada In 1S61 1 with them, arrWns on Ike 12th. July. Afterwards I spent two years In Quebec, two In Montreal, and a little .while In Ixmdnn. Ontario." Having spoken of the wonderful develop- ment ot Dominion durlDE lha last halt century LlJulenantOolonel Lydon went on to My thai In 1SS6, when the Fenians raided Canada he was amongst these who went to niMt them. remember the tlrne he Bald, "for the hardeM march of iny life waa that which brought us touri with the In- vaders. We marclwd thirty-lour mllaa In a day At Rldgeway Forl Erie we captured quite a numher p! the Fenians, who wera cadly organlied and did not offer a vigorous reslslance. In December, 1S46. ho left lha regular army and became adjutant-In- structor u( tbe 2Sth Perth Dattslloa, jervlns two yean with this.unit In [hose, days the o( military age on the railway to which he was at- licled were volunteers under military control. He vis an. energetic orjanlijr'amongst them. LaUr he came to Montreal and til' "6th IloraK" end was tbelr adJutanMnelruclor for many years. The "5th Royals" from Malor-OerieraUW. E. Hodglns, of the Adjutant-General's OfflceJ Ottawa, which staled Hit the promotion was: "A reccsnltlori o( your Ions. fallhfM! ssd valuable services to the militia, and which are much aled by iis older who what you have Bwldes harlnj.llicfa a distinguished military caroar Lieutenant-Colonel -ooj railway record. He has been In the General Tictet De-' Pacific Railway lor thlrty-Rvo yJArs, and he baa roueuhagCMi, vis LonJqn, April 'IcmiA Jlepalclias IHat nu of- Iclnl warning Ins IJCIMI ou tnq Vienna eschuugo asslnst tno of n ipcculatlve bull movomont, basci oil pcaca rumors., Tlio warutug. do Clares that whllo military nnj poll- leal situations uuiloalledlj- Justlllea confidence, greater, reserve la Wv.lt- aule. BIG C. E. CONVENTION POSTPONED FOR YEAR, Mass.. April Tbe IntcrnMlonsl Chrtsllan Endeavor Convention ivblch, was lo hnvo opcucJ lu New York on July 1, lias been post- poned tor at least a year. Sweep out the pouonit Is tlic sent of many dislresslng till- ineiiterdlie prolific producer of.poisons thnt inipnlr nil functions of the body. Keep it denn nnd healthy by enting theyiglit kind of foods, Cut out the drug Inxrvtives. No need of pills, oils or bran cnkes when you crin eat Shredd- ed Wheat Biscuit, n food that contains nil the mnterlal needed for building healthy tissue and at the same time supplies enough bran to gently stimulate peristalsis, thus keeping the bowels healthy and active. Try it for prcakfast with hot milk, stewed prunes, or sliced bananas. Made in Canada. no. r. Sunkist uniformly Oranges arefreihfrbm California today and day. Phone now for lupplj. Evtsyfuitdiia them. Sunkist Uniformly Good Oranges watched th'e company develop and spread Its over the world. The veteran rollrmd under review waa at the' opening, ot the nrst ewneral ai. Place d'Annes, and during his connection with the C.' P. IU; has' become widely known and deservedly popular with the; public. H wai'a'surprUo lo Lydon when, on the mornln; ot. March he was aummoned lo lie office of Lord Etaughnessy. President :bt UJB OacadtsniPtclflc Railway, and W13 apoolnted to Mslst on the re- -laft'ol Aid Branch'of the company, wllh'oOce in lha i'deptrtoent'oJ Mr. George.Bury, Vice-President- This Vneatu conslderabli advancemehL It coincidence lhat two splEndidir 'came at the game YOU CAN DO BETTER- loRYCQDDS. MEN5WEAR. BOOTS ir SHOES .NORTH LETHBRIDGE. I CARS TO THE DOOR Notice to Fanners! supplied you with help in the fall of 191G: anil several years be- fore. WE HAVE MADE SIMILAR ARRANGEMENTS TO MEET VOUR DEMAND THIS YEAR FROM OUR LETHBRIDQE CALGARY OFFICES. Send in your orders nipw. AVe have the men. 1 PHONE .YOUR ORDERS. 1412 LETHBRIDGE, MUSS, CALGARY. J. Harris Co. ''EMPLOYMENT AGENTS CALGARY 'S2-6 Additiiphal Classified Advertisiiig tt I AurlCUllural) r60lu m coiivoiiltnco. urrow Hi T J5G. OriCJ, uclslllllt 3100. iBih at. or (3.00 sack ol 100 IbH. COIIVOIlltlH'O, 111 tloio In. Apply 901 JuJ j) JI3.IJ JU'B'finiblo mil, llrowii, MaJodlO TLoitro or 118J. 'Uouo ._.__ uf C ton so'. W080H Imiibcr onJ tM. JohnsoD, calci, IncluOlns ur f 100.00 cnsli. I'lioiio It 310. 'OfriAlTiS-A team of U or hundred KenioiiuUi) rent. Auiily Ixin B, Bruwn, XhoBlrojr I'hono lljj. J13-0.' KOI toniicctioni. Number 310, Dili til, B. Uooil nnrden mid locallly, ply A. corner Bl. H. n ee. Wrlftlllllfi vt I------'- Al6o oiio tow duo lo fnrrow In Mso two cowl note. Aiii'ly 117 I9lh St. N. FOR good worK scUhiBs, 1260 Ib IfOO Ihs., also (nru) nmclilnory. Ibo Alborla Sccurlilea UJ-, I.ellibrlJEe, o'r_ T.; U. Uiinhani, Cool UO Bill Avo. or Inlc, -I'lioiio 11 K01I bunch of 3 year 3 j-tar.' old hdlfera. Somo' Trcah om all lo como'fresh within two weeks Milking jlrnln High Grade Ilolilelns Apply 339 161L SI. N., or Harmon Keed.llsrn. KOll itc 11 good fell crenni sopar sr.O lb. capaclt) will sell cheap (or cash or for IflTse'r- Hennralor. Gco. I'. 0, OC3 .ng Klrlh OOH18, Bullablo for Indies or uen, fully modern ttnd uxp ol pliono.. ------.....I'bono 1653. To Kurnlslied sullalilo- centrally USD of phono. Apply tit. Soulh.________. i. i )tl-6. PO roomoJ BOUBO at 628 Bt. 11, >t> Apply it 1008 Ave. S., Oder 1 TO Storogo 'for' all kinds of cooda. lutes reaconable. Blunders Hoy Si Grain Co., 1221 2nd Avcuuo Soulh. TO HKNT rurnlturo. Storuco lor lllnas ot Central location., Iloa.Bon- urnr. nblo Mcl.cnn Ilalmorol block, rhoni 10D7, Iloildence 624 llh St. So'itli. mono. 1089. KOH 6ALK OR set 10 bottoms) Mmaoy Harris KiiBlno Ganj Plows, In 'first class Bhapo. Price F. O. U. nurdclt, Alia. Ia aamca Will lake horses or cnlllo In Irailo. magazines, a'jo'plnno, A Innulro of Fletcher fc Sons, bol'llng billiard Alia. An Ideal Iiotio for men.'Phone TO furnished rooms. at Iho V M.C.A. Kllhor by week or month, hot .iml coW sliower baths are Irco with room la well supplied wIlhMeiiilnE dalllca iiauiu. FOU'SALB -lacrltlco sccrDlary, C47, 10.20 I, 11. C. engine, only plowed ion, St. about GOO ncroa. In good ninnlne or. der. Cash prico Torm nrlco 1500 hundred down, balance rait.fall." D. H, Crcono, Now Dt'ylon, FOR horses iiml inlcs wolghlrig from 1400 16 1800 bs. broke marcs and jjel'llngs. heap for'cash: Apply Norraari llroh- ?V mlleg southeast of rldge nfid'S miles southwest of Coal- FOR One 30 pound computing bcrrel scale, Bowl as new, lor sale cbcaji. Apply Bon 30, Herald. "Oil plow, John Decree-eight stubhlo 'bottoms, oiira et shares, In'.good coadlllon. .W- I! "owson.-TOS Siitb Ave. S. I'lione 1S40 114-5 coincidence llat two spUndidi rwotilllons a loci llWs'So'rtlir.libour. Was not satisfied with: the tecncical answers and kept insisting upon, n direct aniwer until Sir; Caulield said it must be'necanEesthe volume of air at the" Velocity would not oe sufficient -.to. move. ft. Tils seemed .juryman and the es- timlriatlOD adjourn- ment :was rtaken to tomorrow morn- ing at nlie-lhlrty o'cloct It would lalce a: verbatim report of Mr. evidence to enable one torunderEland its full meaning but Iba't adrnilted by those who Herry' Martla, check .welghmsn, re- lated what he saw from his weighing "hoi Uie nloht. ol tie ..explosion. He 'had been- reading a bock when he Elmllar lo what a run-1 away-trip ol emptlH would maSe. away, down an inspectors alter malur compelent judgment. Reach a Conclusion. James Ashwo'rth, who his been in attendance .as representing the min tsler with the consent o th'e.' a statement to-th iury.'as followB: 'He nad. In conj safe. Ills 1he 'coal from number vras the lightest that.came over th Ttelgh'scalea..' John Sbainoct, -who was a member b[ th'e sis'committee tbat made a January Ctb, waa recalled and 'denied .that a meinhcr of thai committee was discriminated agalnsL No coercive measnres were used and the committee was given tie fullest discretions is to Its actions. Rescue Wort Barney .Csulleld" was then sworn end hla esdmtnitlon lasted, through tho remainder of lho.day; His de- Ecriptlb'n rescue work and conditions In'- which the mine was found'Immediately after the eiplos '-Ion v.'fta most clear.and concise. Ho went.'over tha ronle (oliowef ty hlm- Beit and party from the time ho first entered tic mine until the work ot rescuing the todies, remaining In tho mlnevffas abandoned on' account of -'Iho dangers which-would confront them-'it furlicr progress was7 at- tempted. After conscHing with all Interested, parties" It was" uiolded to go hack tho entrance and cjean up the mine as thoy went in order to safeguard tho lives of the rescuers. Ho was Isken over Uie ventllatlnj ByBtem and .explained it In" a. lucid manner. He went into the problem o[ future ventilation and the proposed 'territory to be worked snd how the ventilation might be carried forward. plan did not contemplate getting man air lo lie face In the main tun- nel as he considered that sufficient supplied to that polnL 10'actual conditions facts, Mr. Caufleld met with full-approbation, but when qucalk-ns .rled Into the field of theory, the range became so' wide and the conjecturing EO great that It teas most dili'lcult for theilastnan 16 follow tho thread of hiE.-evldence. V Ono .juryman asked the witness such a volnrae of air as he slated .passed.through al the snrfacp bf-tha nialii entry did not re- "iy-; move lie ba" lncn "P of "P011- td lo be at that place. Tbe Juryman __ Toronto, Apr: 2J-T-According to a talement of MaJiif-Gene'ral S. ,C. Mew-. 13 In'.chirge'or. the Canadian defence force, he departure of overseaB troops is to bs followed general rehabillta- ion ot all militia .units" In'the Domin- on. ,i" H Is-announced that It Is the'inien- ton of the decarimerjl ol militia to make an' attempt .to build up all branches of trie ar- Llllcry, army service and army medi- cal corps, nnd all the allied services, iu order that they may all be brought up to their pro-war, establishment of men who are physically tit for service according to the present overseas standard. Just' how .soon Mhis work will be undertaken, General Mowburn was ,not in a position to state, but It is th'e neit step under contemplation. Electricity f qf Eterybne Everywhere THE CqMPLETE ELECTRIC LIGHT AND POWER PLANT. Silliflid Uiira Silliflid Uiira bel.co-Llght Biltiry, thick plate'l'once, and ihould state waaet and clan of men rVqulred.-.. We havo'a number of cipcr icnccd' married couples who want employment with farmers. Also a numbzr.of nppllconla for operating traclor.-CMlrira. ;.._ Farm Laborers Requiring work will be directed If they will call at the office. Prospective "Homcscekcrs Will alto receive Information re- garding avallabte homeiteadl In the provlnca and be tupplied with rnipi, literature, ratea, etc, by Mr, Canada's hesl, others In nuallly of lone and .In best, excel all others In purity, Elrensth and Viuallty of lone' and In beauty of design. Inspection Invited.' New aliow room. Hill Block, 3rd Ave. Phono (562. H.- Salmon, manager. TO -MAKE MONETf TAK- NG Send your furniture or anything you may have for sale. Vc ECll at your .we 'advertise goods at our eipense.' charKe commission' of 6 to 10 per cent. only. Goods mo'vo fiBl In our store; V Wo mean' what wa cay. Pbone 1428. 40C 5th 'Street S. Oily Second Hand Store. Ltlhhfldge. FOR Wo slock Drnnttord, Crown nnd Standard bicycles.'; Flttod with liunlop Traction Tread Tires and best equipment throughout. Prices from MO.OO to J65.00- easy terms. Second hand'cycIe.B always In. slock. Itepalra nnd accessbrles.' Leth- bridge Cyclo Co., 110 Fifth Street 3. V" _ HOD AliRAD BY IIHAUINU.-WA.U- DINGTON'S ADVERTISEMENT.-: A local parly's attention wan attraclGd by ray od last week. He about to sell his lurnllure. Defore .closlnB the deal he consulted mo with the ro- suit that 1 handed him a check lor I oniv hundred dollars more .than -he had decided lo acccpL Send for mo before you dcclrlo. Frank. WaddlriE- on the auctioneer, 3. O. B. Dulling, lOlil St. Phone 770.' 'Residence 465. i 113 6 TUB D133T AUVKItriSlNO MEDIUM In Calgary for selling fannn or busl- nesses la the Calgary rates lor 'Tarn. For -nuslncss and -all Want Ads: lc a word. diy; ?c a Word throe days; 3c a word, elt dayn (Vic 3. oord additional. Send sUmps or raoasy. order with your id to Caljary, ;-J ;