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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - April 29, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta VOLUME XI. LETMlJlilDGE. ALB^jRTA. MONDAY. jVPIVlL 29, 11)1u returned to Germany. EXPECIBIGCROl F U. S. Food Lecturer and Capt. Bob Pearson Will Appear Tonight Wesley church should be packed to the doors this evening to hear Edwin Trcfz. one of the foremost orator.s of the U.S., on the subject of the war and foofl economy. The Dominion Chautauqua head wires here as follows regarding' Mr.' frefz: "Should en'gage largest meeting place in Leth-bridge and see that it \t crowded for JSdwln Tretz, V. S. representative lecturing on food problems. Ife is one of .America's foremost lectnrers. Capt, Bob. Pearson, a popular figure in Alberta, will also speak at the meeting, and no introduction is needed for this soidier. IJe Vv"ill Epeak on the work of the �y.M.C.A. at the front. Mdyor ftsiies PieOcIaihation For-Prayer For Stitfce^sof . Allies CiAOli OFFICEliS HERH l^ondon, Aprir 29.-Eight Canadian officer.? recently, awarded the bar to the Military Cross have'their deeds officially related ih last wight's Gazette. - Captain Gerald AniB(lui of Fairvillo, led Ills men under tHe heaviest fire, directing and controlling them until severely wounded. C'aptalu Kdward Clark-of Alberta, took command of attack of the troops \vheu tliey were without officers, successfully encountering a very difficult situation. Major, the Hon. Fraiicis Grbsvenor, Vancouver, re-entering ii captured area under the heaviest shelling. Major Melville Hart, Toronto, took Oinniand of-the entire line and ea-tabiished a strong position under tlie heaviest fire, I Captain Donald Martyu, New ''iVest-minster, effected prompt and decisive notion when the advanced posts Were -driven in. . , llilejut. Meri'icii McCracken, Qilebec, supervised, the-maintenance of com-munlcatlonR four days without rest and Bleep under heavy fire, I : �: ? ? ? U. S. CASUALTIES. Washinf^ton, April 21).-Tlio casualty list today confained seventy-four names divided as follows: Killed in arction;. V,\; > M **' * YIELDS 10 HUNS Sand and Gravel in Limited Quantities Can Be Transported Lci'idon. April 29.-Holland lias yielded to Germany's demands con-corujng transport .and su;,ply oi jsand and gravel, although it is understood tliat IJie amount ot sand and grave! will be limited instead ot unlimited, according to a despatch from � The Hague to the Daily Mail dated Sunday, It- is .said that a general undertaking, will be required from Germany that the sand a}(d gravel will not be used for military inirposcs. Rumors are cunent in IhaTButch Germans Determined To Capture Ypre.s and V^'liole Salient at That Point and Drive British to Coast-Intense Artillery Preparation-S.O.S. Call Sent for Support REPULSE AHACKS OVER THE WEEK-END; AMERICANS HAVE NOW TAKEN OVER PORTION OF THE DEFENCES OF AMIENS | �: : ? ? ? : ? ? ? : : ? ? effective work o'f allieb airmen, London, ..\pril L'T.-Tlie air miiilstvy announces that the nuiiilier of bombs dropped by llic. IJritisli over enciuy line.s in .l*"raiice oi)posiio tlio liritisli front during March v.'aa 2:i,0!.i|i by day and i:i,li80 .liy night. 'I'll'' enemy (h'Tppcd in the area ocLujiied by Hriiisli troop.s olT by day and 1,013 by niglit. SS-EACENOW >": ? ? ? ? ? ? > � ? ? CANADIAN RAIDS. ? -.  ? London, Api-il 29.-The Cau:. ? udians have carried out three successful raids opposite Lens, captaining prisoners and mit-chine guns and killing many of the enemy. * > H' > ? ? ? ? * ? < * ? AORIVEONmy Paris, April 29.-(Toronto Mall and Empire Cable.)-Since the beginning of the German offensive there has been much talk here of an Austrian offensive against Italy. Austrian mlHtarjr critics, however, say such an offehs'lve at the^resent moment is almost impossible. Great Austrian trooji concentrations hasp "taken place In the rear of the Austrian lines, however, and it is expected here that .offensive soon Will be launched. The military critic of the Neuve Frele 'Presseot Vienna says the weift-ern front together with the southwestern front really constitmes ' but one front, but owing to difficult communications, unity Is not perfect yet. Replying to those who ask why tha Austrian.offensive has beeu bo.much delayed, tlie critic contends tlikt a. simultaneous attack is not applfcabltft in the present case. 4978 565?7539 06036? 03 ;