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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 27, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta oi-; Kir, i IT. rim iJtrTUHiiuxw n.ui.t nnnAins l.'NVI'Kl) STA'IT.S VlC Woman's Home Deface organisation of New York Stale Learning the Jntrlcaclei'.of ihe motor jnaehlr.G gun batteries. They have real guns and i London, Apr. warning that the submarine menace may be an Im- porLant factor in deciding the outcome ol Ihe war was sounded today by; Sir Albert president of the BrlU ish board trade, who raid: "We have not yet found a way.'of dealing with ihe submarine as to re- move ihe danger ,of their being enormously factor In deter- mining Uie outcome ot ihe war. .The effect of the submarine war upon the existence of -British empire is simply ihis: That we cannot continue to bring into this country all lie sup- plies and materials required -tor our existence, for.the continuance ihe war and tor ite-actual.needs of our "The entry or the United Slates in to -Jhc war will .have a. far-reaching effect the ultimate ,UnHed States. wUl_be quick to realize ihe serious'MEiiion'of'SblppInE as.ttc result ot ihe submarine iurr? "out TEhipfYstf: faplijly3 that fo every vessel sunk by tie Germans .an will be. floated upon rtio sea.: Our courage and perseverance Apr. the Canadla hospital al-'RamEiale is Pte. Richev, aged iS7 of Winnipeg, the distinction" of having "eniped 1 Germans In 20 minutes. The medical officer -Ramsg Ttrole for conlirmaiion of this, an UeuL Torrie replied thai on tha da In qneaUon, "We had'heeh suffeVin Innumerable casualties from Gennai snipers. I .found ibe major sho throusli the heart. Called for a Good Shot 'I called tor. a good Ehol and niche offered to try and gst rid of them. ?are him the direction and ihe ranj saw" him dispose of 13 Huns.--. :missed.'RIchey-greatly .when he b cams a casaally." .p Pie. Rfchey bag been recommende -For the Distinguished Conduct1 Meda He has received 13 pounds.head mo RJ from A'brotheri J. Richer, of the field.ambulance, a Jreafly has received the Military Me .POULTRY IN .BACK VARD for of Flocfc of Depends primarily the Egg Production lo 25 ben3 "are stifftclco provide tbe ordinary famllj wit ougb eggs and meat to rentier the eeping of .the birds worib while ic amquhi of .outdoor spaco ck -will- require --may be about 25 square feet for each bird tore' are Instances In. which cblc rig have thrived wltK mach les. aiitUusr.but unless Ihe soil ts espe- allyffavarable and the birds receive nsualli'" good care, "crowding prove QnproA'lable- Poaltry 'specialists do "not :recom end, however, that every one with c'-'requisite space al hla dispoaa puld go in for chic ten raising. Un 33 "-.there Is a natural interest Ln ultry.- or.-, a Determination lo" mat e.flock a source ot real economj erj if it dots take time and. trouble e venture Is not likely to prove sue essfuV Lack of care may result in, that will sweep .off the entire "and IL is almost certain. lo auie "a-reduclion in egg production tat.will make the birds a burden stead of a help., i .-Space for.a Flock While.'It Is possible "to gft, along ilk 25 square larger pacb affording' more greeir'and jct'iood. la very one the ordinary poultry" keeper t STOCK BROKERS, Why don't yoiif ROYAL MARRIAGES -Want No Mere Foreign Alliances f British Royalty. April pi haps from (he downfall of the Ru ila'u aristocracy, tbere hare appeal- In Uie London newspapers severe c Uclsms of Uie British traditions royoV .The Times and the Evening SL urge lhat Ihe old system al mates, for themselves.' or their heirs from among the daugh-. ters of ILeir own nobility should be retired, i eaya Ihe Evening Star, 'ihere Is an objection so long as people maintain the absurd Idea separate royal caste. When that relinquished there "will be no reason why favored ladles should not assume regal alra." CommeDling editorially, the Star "Does nof'any Ira- British', democracy lag behind Am.erlcaD'dem- Tbe Star" has 'already urg" thai Uia Prince of Wales marry woman. It Is well to bc'franlc. ie' raiiing' of young chickens''requires s'much'Iand as the keeping of ire.'.hens.1 two--years :d lie hesl lainng'.days.oKhe, arer: -Vheh'are It usually-pays get-rid of that tall: the; flock must be'-renewed eacK ctr.vV'Since as many cockerels as ndets Vwill 6e hofched.and a- ccr- die. It ,o hatch each year a few B than there arc hens n.tha flock. With a aboutSO chlciens'Bhould-be The EIID'B" space "must be al- thekla7tng ntza.- f aiis "confiiimej' LhTougti being used either ns broil- when they arc abonL'three moptlis liJ, as fryers, ot as roasters." as a.pre- auiion'against disease to divide tbe vallabte'afea into' fyo plots, 'pu one chickens are allowed to a green or ial9r'. being grown or.- them.-'op1 the other.' The -nrelirn- naryj tuning under of the soil, ths freea' crop'; and freedom :en3 period serve to prevent be laud from becoming-contaminat- ed. range, wilh the advaii- a'ge'of a'large supply of insect feed ipr Ihe-birds, be ou- fained "where a vegetable garden la maintained At different times in the growing season there are areas irvthe are cither Idle or oc copied only by-crops lhat hens will not' touch. The birds, conilnet tb'.th'eac'.wiih-the aid of a portable benefit without injury to the vegefabrea. ;.Some Housing Required. An'Important item to.he conBldered by 'Itfose thiniine of malntainlnff 'a la" the cost of the houee. In planning Lbe house, approximately 4 or'S-feetiQf floor space allowed; for each bird. Tlie height inay he. deteTTnJned by cnce of. Iho operator, for tbe'birds Ihemselrea" need 'only 'eel. %'an- MM vorih (ur lUiuUr hlv< (111 It's for the tame reason that we haVe'it advertised Merckandue that way for season i i T Vet our viilucK urc iH'UtT evor uiiil nifiX'lntniJlHc Is iil cuu bo prcH'iiivtl un Ilio Aniorlcini coulliM'ht, iniywhciv, biiy froiii HiiroiH'ii iinnjicl.s i best juv. niJSii'iHissfd iniywhciv, biy froiii HiiroiH'ii iinnjicl.s iiitd lire, mil' tied to any lirniul uiul ho, uiul to liny iiiiholi1 (njve. t'oiiift jii "'III wet lor viilnos unil nil oriliiil-savc l-'iyi-j oiiaiiy ineitts you' uiiy (.'iih-Uvi our nsicil KlwruiW. ,Money If (UN- s you' uiiy (.'i satisfied. and Coats Oil at 25rQO, nits and Coats Oil Sale at 30.00 SEE OLIR BOYS' S1LJITS AT kEDUGED difficult to1 i ure likely Is-bel-l .er lo bulld-'them a man 'lay tbetri -without" discom-. fort. f VV.-.-r A not oncoinmon device a ulano bbi" fora 'chicken' tiduee.-iTbe cost of depends largely, upon clrcumalancea' '-.though, no "esti- mate It'.niay 5 ojqier vill-'-ba I to' give the other hand one may have to: pay for a boi. By combining" two piano hpies a'very satisfactory" flock can be made at .little expense. -AVhere lumber must' bev it' haa been estimated tji'at Ihe a houVe may coat anywhere from 50 cenls to per birr] and It is notjinllkely' tLa.L wilh-lhe nresent prices' ol commodities of al! these'figures will be Eomewliat of .Keeping. Chfekena eecurcd by the keeping of a Bmall-'flack "of'clilchens d'cpend3 primarily fapoii their egg. pro ducLion, and.this fh turn ia largclyl a matter of care. JUnder fay'oraUe con It. Is eatlmatertitha 150 'eggs, the'IrsL ycar-'ahd second-Is a fair return from the'prflin ary hen. -On ihe other hand from 25 lo a year low. :ie eiact amount depending upon the1 ot table scrap's and green ml Insect rood.aiailable.; .Where all lie'feed from Jl o ?1.25 Js allowed: Kren In hrlfly-liouse'uoldj.'tiowovcrV tliere IB Sways' a .qiiantjty tahla crans, vegelable-rJaringa, and other 'left overs" for the heps, so.that a considerable of their: feed consists bC what otherwise would be carried off thV place by Uie garbage an: .AllhDughb ofj'lc'ss Irnportancc Ibaii "poultry for the 'able furnished''by the'home, flock- Is an Item "that'caji _noi be overlooked. As has out, in a" flock pwnor Is perpeLuaiiiig there will 12 or 13 cucJcicrpls, aimosl all can'-lit used be'aL Half of the licn< must go eacK, year also, so thai al- lowlDg for for birds 'reserved for breeding Ihere'still will be enough appreciably lo :arfcct tha butcher'a UNDERSTANDING: April li'ent'waa rnafle today that Urltlih Foreign Minister MJailonr end Secre- ary arrived at s. cani- ilete 'underslandlng -on questions Such low houses, are very expended for.-grain feeds was ,a ;green girl JusL lande( from tbe old country, .and It was he: first day at her ne.w plapc. -When hci master arid 'mistreea'sat down lo ne'r'in'o latter eald; bring He. catsup, please.'1 So'Mnry wen downsfnlrfi: and_broufiht Ihcra both- of ought lock the door against matrimonial V -Ira and kindre Iciria.-': Mr.-Ilalfour, expressed lilmscK today.' as, irc'mcadoiisly plpaseil wllfi. understanding and of Llic American DANISH d 'prqb- London, April "Slock- hoJni correspondent JWys King Chris- tian of Denmark has arrived hi Stock- holm (o rlalt King Gua'tayc.' -_ PUSSIA DISBANDS SOLDIERS -xia London, AJiril rho i ..Ihe- war iniiitstcrVto ilabnnd all soldiers over the age of I! Tailored i for We haxc.seji'iiVed (lie services cutter and fitter'from Seattle, Mr. -H. Biirnanl: and fiin give (he Sniithcrn''Alberiii laultless perfectly tailored garments We can also show you the latest style nieiiis; and for your -iiispccHon a very; tiut variety.of Kuitiiigs and fullest reii'iiireuiciiis of ibe sjh'iiig and sViiiiiiicr Altogether we can -make yon a f inelj': tailored 1 garnient oii the handsonipiy trlniniert, Giiafantcjcd (o giyie Kplcii- did satisfaction in detail. AJ1 at very YOU' ;