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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 1, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta JUNE 1018 THE tntrfmrDGE DAILY PACE NTfl Keep Lines Clear Are Instructions to Ry Corps How They Carry Them Out THE GERMAN MOTHER Tho quantity ot wheat seized was and to obtain it the German soldiers have created among tho Ukrnnian people an undying hatred ot Old Kaiser Cain to Ukraine To gut bin starved people some corn Iut when ho got there The Ukraine was And the Huns wish theyd never been June one of oldest residents of tho died here last night in his ilh Ho was born near Mon treal and entered the service of the Hudsons Day Company in re maining with them for twentyfivo Ho was in of the Indian Department for twentyseven mostly at Port Francis and In 1870 he assisted In mak ing arrangements for the transport of the accompany ing them to Fort Prior that date lie was commissioned by Sir John MacDonalrt to arrange a basis or treaties with the Indians in Rainy Hlver district for which work he was complimented by the govern Juno following has been received here from Roland Hill Keep the lines nave the big thon destroy every were that n Cnn mllan Overseas Hallway Construction unit got When the Huns attack on tho Somme was well launched nnd the front trench lino had In places driven and how well they ear ned out order Is confirmed In a lofiuugo of congratulation from their I armv commander and the awards of one two Military one and nineteen Military Tho corps headquarters at lit hucoiift when the sforjn from Hois Leaux lo Fremicourt to Vein and these railway the first to come over from kept lines open under a storm ot shell Sometimes thoso heavy naval guns nnd howitzers work from were ahead of Ihj little eighteen1 firing their huge shells Into the massed Huns ten and fifteen miles away while their smaller brethren were pounding at the if rman storm troops only a thousand yards The big guns stayed con fidently until the last knowing tho shell broken line behind them would be mended by the Canadian Engineers in time to get Were Ready In every case there was the engine its Canadian crew ready to draw tho monster gun trj safety and not a single one was although there many narrow Take the report of a young officer was responsible for the section near north of some heavy howitzer batteries thero working feverishly to retard tho German advance over the Nord Brought up three trucks of ammuni tion and kont track open from Ypres to Mended eight bad breaks be tween eight and fen thirty this was on March 21 then shifted the howitz ers back to That meant three trips over the hast Your Liver Is thcBest Beauty Doctor A orpimples and are twin brothers natures own is getting into your blood instead of passing out of your system as it This is the in suc cessful use for 50 years one pill daily Small PillSmall Price more only when Carters Little Uver Pills Putt Risht Over Night PuttyFaced People Need Garters Iron Pilis Unreserved Sale OF STOCK AND IMPLEMENTS lly through honvy shell flro with fiftyton which once ditched oould hardly have boon got on the track again In tlmn ic Another Report From another report daiod Kraml Repaired Jwo breaks in linn In order to get twelve inch gun in action at Repaired trnrk frnin Frfitnleotirt to After two bourn brought gun back over four broken sectors to yaulx Junction where It again went Into Went Into for ward area and ronnlrcd hrrnks In six teen places between md court tn order to smiie imlnK Shellffro was very hnnvy but we had few vary short but matiagod to iei points and rails from old gun The officer who wrote Hi is is miss On the second day of tin attack Bl luinourt became too hot for Can ndian engineers and ii divided to abandon the UverythiiiB was loadedon the conslrwUnn trains but the concreto tennis We could not lake thorn explained the and besides they were1 being Four sixty poumlors them uwcful and were playing in Hot tho Back to Miramont went estab andtor UK rest of tho day they worked their stenm shovel get ting out to on tho brok en In spite of aliening they managed to loud nn more than a thousand tons which they found ot priceless value later in their adven Working amongst tho retiring troops and with the railway lines crowded with traffic up to the last the work of destroying the yards and systems that might be of use to the Huns wan a dtfllcale Sometimes the engineers had to wnlf at a bridge with explosive charges laid until the last of the light guns or fighting sold iers came then blcw up the structure while Boclie machine guns played on fad alternately grain and clover hay clover liny ami sun flower Tho grain and clover lot Hhmvod an average gain In body weight of 11 and produced 11182 pounds of butterfat pounds of milk on an average daily feed of 13 pounds of grain and i pounds ot clover Tho clover nndsunflower silage lot show ed an average gain In body weight of only 0 and produced pounds of In pounds on an average daily fond of pounds of 12 pounds of clover and pounds ot sun flower ii xliiiii ditt relief of produc tion In favor if the minftnwflr nilage of silaso replaced ft ALL ACQUITTED OF MURDER Or June All of the defendanlR1 chnrsed with the murder of Hubert wiemy Mils morning the jury had lull a pound of clover Is Hot tho iime ration as corn SllagS ID Tho crop planted In rows 28 inches apait at ilie rate of pounds pnr ncro and Rave an average yield if 25 tons ol fillann pir Frequent nin Riviii during arly stages of its gruwlh and the sll por of the flow rs were in RunMian sunflower silaRp may solve some of thn feeding problntns of our high altitude Further Infor million may bn obtalneil Irnm Kxperlmnnt Uozeinan Moti I 1 June Reuters Ot tawa British andFor eign Sailors Society held a meeting Albert hall last night on the oc casion of the second anniversary of battle of Field Marshal sent this telegram v j We rejoice in gallant As on the you never have failed so 011 the land our army will not you Jelllcos Admiral Viscount address ing the paid a warm tribute to the work of the mercantile saying that it was as a result of its effort that Britain today was so well fed and clothed acd enjoyed such Alluding to the submarine the admiral the stories concerning both British and whose ships been tor whc had been subjected to gnu abandoned to the sea or drowned intentionally by the enemy in the hope of destroying their mor ale seamed Yet never a man Never was a ship de layed for want of a There was no parallel in history of for such but tho British sailer was Each time his ship was tornedoed he went to sea The Marquis of who presid HAVING SOLD MY FARM AND WILL RETIRE FROM t WILL SELL AT THE BERT PROTZMAN ON SIX MILES EAST AND ONE MILE SOUTH OF ON SATURDAY JUNE 8TH 1918 THE FOLLOWING PROPERTY HORSES 1 Sorrel 1900 1 Black 1800 1 Uay 1700 1 Grey 1500 1 Sorrel 1500 1 Hay 1700 colt at side 1 Black IBflo colt at side 1 Sorrel 1400 colt at wide 2 Brown 1500 colts at aide 1 Bay 1300 colt at side 1 Bay Mare 1350 SBuy 1300 1 Brown 1300 1 Sorrel Filly Yearlingi Suddlo Ponies 1 Sorrel 1400 1 Bay 1 Bay Gelding 1500 1 White 11GO 1 Bay 1 Grey 1700 CATTLE IMilk fresh 1 Milk fresh July 1st a unit at Kidiv 1 3yoarold steer 1 2yearold Heifer 1 MACHINERY 10 Kotn new 2 MassoyTTarrls new 1 Frost it Wood now McCormlck 5foot IHO bushel new 1 Studobaker Wagon nnd box 1 Heavy HtudobuUor Wood Wheel Farm Truck 1 iron Heltendorf make 1 Gang 14 atubble bottoms 1 John Deere Gang 12 breaker bottoms 1 4Gang Kmerson Disc Plow 1 3Gang Emerson Disc Plow 1 Walking 11 1 4Soctlon Lover Harrow and Cart 1 fi Soctlon Harrow and Carl 3 McCormlck outthrow 2 Dissel nisc intlirow 1 24 Doubledisc Van Brunt new 1 22 DcmbUMitHc Van Brunt new 2 11foot 34tootli Pelkiiflr Weedsr and Cultivator 1 Kordson Plowing never used 1 Land Packer 1 Bundle Hack 1 Troy Brigino Steering Dpvlce 1 Chatham Funning Mill 1 Grain Pickler 1 Stover Feed Grimier Blaekamitli Outfit I Stook Saddle 1000Bushels Oata 1 Cooking Chole I Coil Spring and Mattress 1 SALE STARTS AT 10 SHARP TERMS OF SALE and cash balance 1st with banlobje notes with 8 per Five per off for cash on rreciit Clerk LEN Phone Lethbrldge IRISH CANADIAN SOLDIER PAYS THE who organized thR Irish KuiiKiis of niul took thinii loHnKhiiul uiul bus lied of wounds rncpivod In Hu wns a nntlvo of fjd at the read a telegram from King George rnnRratnlatlng the In the of hia speech the marquis referred to the demnnds for reprisals fqr fiorman He said he knew of no rule oE divina Justice or human procedure when the enemy sunk a passenger ship or attacked hospitals on would forbid trial or the pcrpetratora by drumhead court martial and their not by shooting them as brave but by iuinging them as wo ao to act en tirely in our ho the onertfy would put to death an equal number or larger number of our men ugainst whom no offense could bu ButSfei it ndt be supposed that the o German warfare will be forgoUnn when the tiiug oomes to consider the conditions for end ing the shall then possess power of exerting iroa pressure on the Central through our imdirhinished command of the sea and our control of raw RUSSIAN SUNFLOWER SILAGE PROVES EQUAL TO CORN Farm and Ranch Some of our readers will remember that wo denlt with the question of sunflowers for silage in our issue of September At that told Linflelds experi at tho Montana Hxpariment Word just received states that after three seasons of investiga tlonal work on Russian sunflower sil the Montana Experiment located in a mountain valley at has demonstrated that one average acre of sunflower yields i5 tons which proved to bs a very good roughage for dairy was opened in and two lots of seven cows each wore Far more effective than Sticky Ply Clean to Sold by Druggists Grocers INCREASE CANADIAN EX PORTS TO GREAT 6R1TAIN 1917 OVE THAT Or TWO Tomorr LECTURES FULLY ILLUSTRATED June 2nd Where Are The Dead The Object of Christs Return Speaker CRAWFORD Bible of the Pacific Orpheom Theatre FIFTH STREET SOUTH AUSPICES ASSOCIATED BIBLE STUDENTS JEVERYBQJDY COME ALu SEATS FREE NO COLLECTION Other Tuber at Bottom to heat and the aims In whiU and many mnor brittle and their The harem described was modo by Michelin engineers to help you determine tho durability ot various makes of inner di of the tubes shown was ids by rrmentiriK a ichclm Tube to Juilf a tube another otbcr ake being different in each Ihc liilKs were then run to on the rujil unnVr normiil One by one the other sections blew out while Micholln sec tions remained Tku tents of tvitlye teiii c desiyntd to taki the out of SOLE DISTRIBUTORS FOR ALBERTA FOUNDRY PRODUCTS LETHBRIDGE AGENTS BIJOU MOTOR ;