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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - March 15, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta (1 � ^ r FRIDAY, MARCH IS, 19W THE LETHBIilDirU wail,Y jmHALU/ PAGE FIVE 3 r ** >;�>�'> ^ ? ? ? ? * I* * sentence REMANDED ASM Open Uaseball Season With Two Very Successful Raids on Enemy Trenches ? ? ? (Hy the Overseas v Winnipeg, March 113.-The sentencing of Major Cr. H. Welsby, former paymaster of Military Jjfntrict No. 10, hiis been remanded for another week. The remand was grant* ml on the request of his counsel, owing to the fact that ln-formatloii which woifld have a bearing on the vh�g had not been secured. Welaby, who has pleaded guilty to the theft of $11,000 of funds, the property of the government, will ho sentenced next Friday, er 10 GET THE OIL FIELDS Canadian Press Correspondent) Canadian Army Headquarters, Mar. Canada 1n France celebrated the beginning of real baseball weather by h double header in which two prison-era and t-wo machine guns were captured. Tho raids wore eminently successful, only ono feature marring the operations. The Huns ran so fast that our men had little opportunity to fight wnd hail to Uo scattered with grenades. The attacks were carried out simultaneously in tho neighborhood of Hugo "Wood, In both cases the operations "were completed within half an hour lifter our barrage opened. Our artillery opencl up at 1J Three ni Inn ten afterward our "went over tho top. We had been successful in cutting tho enemy and the raiding parties got into cue enemy's territory practically without opposition save oil'the left where they �were fired an by machine guns. Our men rushed the position. The enemy nt once retired on the nrn. carrying their gun. Hut Canada has long distance runnera of her own and one of our privates succeeded in catching up with the Huh N.C.O. and took him prisoner. Another Bocho was killed. The remainder disappeared in I2ie direction of theJfr support line. Others of our raiders encountered no enemy, but picked up a. light machine gun irt nn evacuated trench. ? Amsterdam, March 15.-The Deut-Hclm TagGH Zeitung of Berlin prints a Vienna dispatch to tho effect that the Kumanian oil field will be ceded territorially to Hungary, .They will be administered under a joint German-Aus- ti'o-Hiiiigariun, Rumanian and Bulgarian control board. The oil production will be divided in proportions to be settled later, p.m. nten. very wi re Toronto, Mar. 15.-By April over four thousand members of the Canadian branch of the Royal Flying Corps, will have returned from the camp in Texas to camps in Ontario, "rtis summer the aviators will run a close race with the infantry in this military district in strength. There will be about 10,000 fliers in camp here this summer. In addition, there will be about 700 members of the TJnited States flying corps who will come to this district for preliminary training purposes. There will he at least 18 squadrons in operation at the variotts^camps. Ono new camp will be aTlded to the organization and this *1s at BeamsviHe. Ont., which is to be purely a school for aerial gunnery and aerial fighting. Tho officers to command the camps are tentatively appointed as follows: Camp Borden. LieutrCol. F. A. Wank-lyu; Armour Heights and Leasine, which are included in North Toronto, Lieut. Col. G. Wollsley; Deseronto, Montreal, March 15.-The, Canadian Railway Association for National De- 4  SATURDAY'S Braid's Befit Coffee, 1 lb, tins. Saturday .......... Fresh Turnips, 10 lbs. for Saturday ................ Apple and Strawberry Jam, 4 lb. Saturday .......... Lemons, per dozen. Saturday.......... Oranges, per dozen, Saturday, 24c, 65c and ............N GROC SPECIALS * * t * 1 palls. ' f J 4 # t l 4 a I Cream of Wheat, per packet Saturday ....... Large Carrots, 6 lbs. Saturday ....... Marmalade, per pait, Saturday ....... Finest Fresh Roasted Peanuts, per lb. Saturday" ....... Sitider's Pork and Beans, 2 tins. Saturday ................. ��t *� * �  # Deliveries vc�i ^1 4 , Phone 313 \ CAPT. H. E. LYON Of Elairmore, whom Capt. Bailey, of Toronto, alleged gave him the in- rehse has started a vigorous campaign Herniation from whh-h he made his among all the agencies tl/at handle coal in Canada to assure their country a sufficient fuel supply next winter. To this end railways, dealers and consumers are being urged to co-operate to secure the maximum service during tiie spring and summer. charge that the Canadian soldiers were all drunk In the trenches on Christmas Day. THAT WOULD WIPE AN INVITATION St. John, X. B.. March 15.-St. John ! local council of women yesterday de-! cided to extend an invitation to the t National Council of Women to meet : here next year. * REGRET ACTION Winnipeg, Mar. ir>. The Winnipeg board of trado .which has championed the fight against increased railway rates for Canada, issued a statement today expressing regret, that the/ gov' ernment instead oC granting the increases, did not sen fit, to adopt the 1 hoard's iMans to take over the railways for the popped of the war. . �>^u,^, Major E. K. Kyle, and Beamsvillo Those operating on the right bomb-! Major F. M. Ballard. Both Col. Wanked enemy dugouts, destroyed concrete *>'ti and Major Kyle are Canadian machine gun emplacements and bomb-1 �01'n- At least 77 *er cftnt ot fehf F. C, in "Canada and United His headquarters are' in To- EVERHUNS CLAIM MERGE COST LIVING WITH FOOD CONTROL Amsterdam, Mar. 15.-Germany is now stronger than her enemies in men, material, air forces and also tanks, Gen. Von Ludert-dorff declared in an interview in the Cologne Voiks Zeitung. The general said the enemy was welcome to attack and would find Germany ready and that if he was not inclined to make peace he would have to fight. BOOST PRODUCTION Toronto. March 15.-In the agricul-Ottawa, Mar. 15.-A �sub-committee] ture committee of the legislature' to-of the cabinet, it is understood, has un- (day Premier Hearst announced that on dcr consideration proposals to merge the cost of living branch, labor department, with the staffs of the food arid fuel controllers. The suggestion is that the food section of the cost of living branch should be placed under the control of the Canada food board; the coal section under that of the fuel controller. Saturday, March 23, the county councils will meet and discuss increased production and on the Sunday following preachers in the churches would deal with the same subject. Sir William also stated he would bring down legislation regarding the taking over of vacant lands for agricultural purposes. Has Range of 400 Affiles-U. S. Official Says It Is Feasible i Prince Chap ' imuI other successes. | Phyllis XeilHon-Terry belong:* by j right of birth to the, aristocracy of the Bririsii stage. The name of Terry in one long associated with its annals and she herself is an illustrious member of this famous family of stars. Mis3 Xeilson-Terry is the daughter of Fred 1'erry and Julia Neilson-Terry and a niece of Ellen Terry. She was loading woman for the late Sir Herbert Doerbolm Tree, wiio engaged lmr for this important position after soeing her in her father's company in lipr very first part. It was her present manager. Mr. Tyler, who saw her | in London and who brought her to i Xew York on her first visit to Anier-ini to play in a Shakespearian repertoire. Philadelphia. Penn., Mar. 15.- The dread secret of an aerial tor-pedo 30 powerful in the wide range of its destructive possibilities that it could blot out the city of Berlin from the face of the earth and bring the German empire face to face with 'its own doomsday is now in the possession of the United States government, according to a report published here yesterday by the Public Ledger. The inventor of this horror of the skies, Lester B. Barlow, of this city, asserts that Brig. Gen. O. Squier, head of the signal service-of the army, has approved his .invention 36 feasible. Without revealing the details of the aerial torpedo, the inventor says |t has a range of between 400 and 500 mites. day and S a t u r d ay, Norma T aim a d g e and Tally Marshall as co-starred, and the latter is seen in the kind of a part in which he achieved his greatest fame on the speaking stage-that o�