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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - April 27, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta SATURDAY, APRIL 27, 1918 THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD PAGE FIVE ''Men of Canada, Fight pn*' Is the Message of Gothpers Oltawn, Aiwil 27,-"Men of {Iciiada fiBht on; carry on and victory will be yours and ours and for (h the city this morning from a trip td Vulcan and other points in the northern part of bis district. He says that in parts there is need of a little rain, but on the whole the outlook i.s good. "The farmers are well up witli their worli," said Mr. Qually to the Herald, "and the area being seeded is immense. .Many are making use of tractors for spring plowing and for double discing, but the tractors will not come into general use until summerfallowing operations are started." Quite a' large amount of seed has been secured tor farmers on patented land in the district around Lucky Strike. Mr. Qually also states that farmers on unpatented lands will have their needs looked after by the Dominion government. The labor situation is not serious, though there is quite a great deal of criticism of the cancellation of the exempt?ion of fui-mers' sons. New breaking is a feature of farming operations. In one little district around Magrath l.'iOO acres are being broken. The same may be said of many otiier districts througli the south. IN Convict 993 ONE OF THE CLEVEREST STORIES AND MOST INTERESTING PICTURES WE HAVE HAD. IN Tfit 8ECO(|JO OF MARY ROBERTS .RINEHART'S ' "SUB DEB" STORIES. BabsBurgliar FORESTALLED eUNS N FIERCE AJIACK With (ho French Army in France, April 2G-(Friday)-Some of me heaviest, fiercest fighting which has yet occuiTed in the battle of Picardy, followed the comparative quiet Thursday and until this morning. The Germans had taken advantage of the respite to relieve, exhausted divisions and bring up strong reinforcements with which they made a further effort today to reach Amiens. In the late hours of the night the. German artillery became much more active. Just as the enemy was about to launch a fresh infantry atiack with new divisions shortly after dawn, the French made a sudden attack, forestalling them. The attack swept along the line extending troni southward of Villers-Bretonneux to Han^aru. In the densest mist the French units engaged made their way through a terrific barrage, which relentlessly bat-tftfed roads, pathways, woods and fields. Notwithstanding the moat determined resistance by the large forces of German troops, which had been gathered for the attack tliey intended to make and had to' be driven back yard by yard, the French within two hours established themselves on a great part of the lines from which they retired early yesterday. The monument south of 'V^iJers-Bre-tonneux first fell into the hands of the French, then the northern part of Han-gard Wood and, finally a portion of Hangard village. ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ,> .> .> > .> .;. .>..> ? ? ? ; ? MINER% XdAIN STI^IKE Sydney Mines. N. S, April 27.-A" -the collicrl'w of the Nova Scotia Sd'Oi ami Coal Company are again idle today �in a result Of a walk out by the minors yesterday nwint; lo ihn labor troubles. A ilcisitjfi by I'crcnco between I'Viieriil S'up(. > Adams, representini? \ova > Scotia Steel (,'oiii|iiiny mid representatives of lire Aiinl-Kamatcd Mine Vv'oiliiTs, c� : > * ? i-ii .Slav.s was being revived. A Ii'.rp:(^ IKirt of tills eloinent con.'iists of Serliimis, who desire separation iroiii Au,slria* night the startling feature, "The Spy," starring Win. I''iiriiuni, will he seen. AT THE ORPREUM Tbo i'liotoplayer,-?' Review says: Tyronne I'owcr certainly makes the movies move. The gn^iit Slial'.espear-caii actor fs starring in "'riin Planter," a spectacular iirnduction based on Merman Whitaker's Hcnsalional south-r�ni .Mccicati novel. Tlio .story Is full ol' tenso sitiiaiion.'S in wliicli Power is given lii.s grand opiinriuiiity. The jilny ought to bi! an enoruuius hit, Sc-tln',s at liie Orplieiiiii toiiiglit. Also Clara Ivinihall ^'oung in a good I'ca-turi'. London. April 27.-In llie engngo-jnent of Allied and Ansirian IJKlit sea forces in.. the-Adrii-iiic 011 April Tl. the British lost seven incii killed and nineteen wounded, t!io ,\rli)iii'aUy reports. Two British (Icslroyers, which for a time fought fivM Aii.sirian destroyers, were damaged only sliglitly, iThe official Aii.siiiaii account of the engagement, issued yesterday, said one British desti-oyer was damaged seriously.) The announcement follows: "On April 22, five Austrian destroyers were encountered and engaged by two of our destroyers in the .\ilrialic. The enemy fled for shelter 10 the fortified port of Durazzo, pursued by our de>i-troycrs which had been reinforced by fiv^^more British and one French destroyer. The chase continued until after miidnight when touch with the enemy \\as lost. "Our two destroyer:; which engaged this very superior enemy force received only minor riam.ige.s. Our total casualties were seven killed and nineteen wounded, it is not known what '^damage was suslained by the enem.y. "On the following day Durazzo was attacked by BriDish air forces. The only man of war in the liarbor ^Yas one gunboat. Onr machines attacked the seaplane base, dropping nearly a ton of bombs with apparently successful results. All our machines returned safely to their base.' What the Press Agents Say APPEAL REFUSED . Jean George Pelletier. a miller of Monarch, has had Ivis exemption appeal "disallowed by Chief Justice Duff. He cla'lmed that he v.-as greatly needed in his capacity as miller but His Lordship evidently thought his place could be filled by an older man. John G. .irarshall, a hardwai-e rae'r-ohant of Nanton, by having his case reopened was granted until November 1st by .^!r. Justice Duff.' The following Southern Albertains have had their medical classificat'ion raised from lower categories: To A2, Quattrin Angals, Brant; Allan Sharpies, Claresholm; Arthur Pullman, Claresholm; Lawrence E. Copelan, Claresholm; to B2.Wm. Mackie Fin-la.v. Parkland; George Young McLean, Nanton. AT THE KMPRESS "Tho Rough Lover," at the lOmpress toniglit. jire.sents anotiier dual role for Frauklyii Fanium. In oni; character he plays a stiulious, timid man oi: liooks. ill love wifli a be.'uiiifu! girl, but afraid to loll bor so. in the other he i)Iays 11. jn'izefigliter whose nerve, iituruiy iircmiiplisliinent.s and assurance witii women arc exactly op-liosite lo that nf'llie other role. Also Peggy O'llara, the .singer. On Monday AT STARLAND SATURDAY EVENING POST STORY FILMED Winsome .Margucrilc Clark is now ajiiieariiig in one of the most talked-of stovij,^ of the yfnr-"''.all's lliirg-lar" wliicli originally appeared in llie Saturday lOveiiing Post and whicli was wfiilen by .Mary Robert Riiie-hart. 'I'lio story was followed by thousands of readers all over llie country wlio will recogni/,c in .Miss (Mark a perfeil, "lypc;" foi- "Bab." Younger sister oi an attractive girl of twenty-four, and even more romnn' tic tban^rrfho average Ijoiirding-schooi girl, Bab's efforts lo marry oft ber older sister arc scretiniingly funny: and )ior exiienieuces willi her thouS' and dollar allowance which slu spends in (wo �weeks, still funnier. Director J. Searle Dawley, who has directed many of Miss tiark's bl.ggusi productions, was al;-io i'(;S|)onsil)le foi "Bab's'' Burglar," which will bi: shown at, Btarland .Monday ;iud Tuos (lay. Constipation Cured in His 78th Year Without Drugs Did you ever kuovr any person who j was permanently cured of Constipa-j tion by taking drugs of any kind?' Drugs seem (o assist Nature at the j time, but as time goes on larger doses' are necessary until the trouble be-; cotne.s chronic. Internal Bathing is the only real! cure for Constipation. It keeps the Col-' on or Lower Intestine free from all accumulation. Soon the system per-foms its regular functions unaided, and there is no further trouble. Mr. A. McLean, of Conger Lumber Co.. Parry Sound, writes:-"I have been troubled with Constipation for the last 3'i or 40 years, and could not pass one day without taking medicine. I have used the 'J. B. L. Cascade' since I getting it 21 days ago, with wonderful ] results. Will recommend any person to use it." Dr. Chas. A. Tyrell of New York invented and perfected the "J. B. L. Cas-! cade" for Internal Bathing, which is { today the only efficient means of ac-1 complishing the desired results. Dr. Tyrrell has published an ii^teresflng book on Internal Bathing, called "Why Man of Today is Only 50 Per Cent. Efficient," which can be had free for the asking at the Red Cross Drug & Book Co., Lethbridge. They will also be pleased to show and explain tho "J. B. L. Cascade" to you.-^Advert. BobLodg UNION-MADE , ^ 4 "Mj'overalls and shirts are the best ma^,^"becau�c-I know what a man wants-long wear, solid comfort all-rou^ aati^factiou." Inststttn "Bob iiong." brand, and ask for Big U-the big grey overalls-the cloth with the test. R. & UWG * C6^ Liaitoii. TeroBta* CmimU V� \Vliile .Mr.s. ('a.^jtle liad l.lion.sand! of admirers before her dcliui. in pic tiiio plays, her apiiearancc in iiic Patho Plays has made- her world ta mous; biit of all thi^se friends fe� know of the indoCatigalde energy anr eiitlnisia.=^;m that tills grace!nl littli lady disiihiys while making jday o; her work before the Patlic ,camcr:i. Nothing seoms to tiro her. Slu tlirows-iier whole heart into cat;!, production in which .slio i,s east, am: when play is finished she eagerly lakes ui) the next subject with uji abated enthusiasm in wli'ic;b tlierc ii not the slightest sign of fatigue. .Mrs, Castle is at Slarlanil toniKh; in "Convict DiJU." adapted from the intensely ab.sorbing mystery s(/3ry -The Pramc-l.'))" by Wallace (Jllfton Suggestion on Eczema It will take just a few moments to j ste]) in and ask us what our experience; lias been in the way of grateful cus-' tomers witli the soothing .wash of oils,!' D.D.i:). Your money back unless the' t^rst bottle relieves you.-J. D. Higin-i' hothani & Co., Ltd., druggists.-Advt.! MASS MEETING Monday, Apr. 29th AT 8.30 P.M., IN THE WESLEY METHODIST CHURCH EDWIN F. TREFZ OF THE U.S.A. FOOD BOARD WILL SPEAK ON FOOD ^ CONSERVATION Calgary critics says that IVIr. Trefz vwould crowd the largest building there on 24 hours notice should he return. in wlich to Enter Your Ealby It costs you nothing to know how nearly perfect your baby is. A prize is given for the highest marks. Babies of 1 year and under examined the first day (May 2) ; babies up to 2 years on May 3rd, Enter your baby's name at the NURSING MISSION, 428 13th St., or PHONE 1233 before Monday night. May 2ndl and 3rd Infant Welfare W^ek ' PourSpl�Klkl FREE To All A Nursery is provided where competent people will care for the children while their mothers enjoy the programme. 7 ;