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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 2, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta VF.ONKSfUY, MAY 2. 1917 HEIUI.O PAGE NINE A "sameness" that is enjoyable------the daily, un- varying goodness of a cup of "SEAL BRAND" COFFEE. It never fails to greet you with that same exquisite fragrance, amber clearness and delightful flavour, that win people with the first cup. In >j, 1 and 1 pound tlni. fine uround (or Percolators. Never sold in bulk. 114 CHASE SANUORN, MONTREAL. WAR NEXT AMERICAN LEAGUE v New York, May 1. Han Jolintjan, president of the Am- crlcaa League, anr.ouiueil litre i.hie altftrnoon Iliat In ease ihc war continued until sprlnK v there would Lt no attempt to v opt-a tho 1818 season. THHIlt FLACi: IX THE SUN Ottawa. May. Ihe coiu- tnong tbls afternoon. A- Lluchauau of Medicine Hal, naked If the grain coTLiirihsiun had made a recoil rt- fently of Hie r-MaljPsbmenl of a new] Interior storage olciator In Western 1 Xanadu, lion Arthor Melgheu aiid J Lliiu uo bucb report IKM! Ijcen reteiv- i Cecrsc if it Is the in- trillion of ihe govcriimcul to appoint an official of lood ion in Canada, Sir Tlioiaas >Vlilte aid that if any acllon Is decided upon the announcement will be made IL duo course in the bousu. Then Mr. lushes of Prince.1 Kdward Island mov- tl for a copy or "lie correspondence ictuccn Sir Ilobert Jlorden aud air Sam ilugliCB, which lei! lo the resig- nation o[ the former minister of mll- (fa. Sir Thomas Wullt- asked as a mailer of courtesy 16 tlic premier that liu matter bo allowed 10 stand over. Mr. Hughes agreed. The house pro- ceeded to (Jehad? the resolution mov- d by Dr. M'ehacl Stft-le of Souia 'orcuplno, for the organization a separate dtfjiarlmeiil of the govern- ment having supervision over all mat- i uerUiufug lo the physical wcidr-j of ihc people of the dominion. lly Shields in Toronto Telegram. Flour LU now high levels today when il went 10 hundred whole- sale. Early this morning the millers announced a drop of 3S i-enls. but the abnormal increase In I be price of wheat during the forenoon resulted In nn increase being announced by thi millers at nnrm of ?0 ecuts. breaks all flour price records since the old days when It was frelfihted Jn from Fort Henton toy bull teams. jonto'.i, May It Ills budfcel tp ccch today, Honar an no uo ted the, lolal of the 5 j-ur cr-nl. war loan i was .C'tCE.OIS.OOO of On per cent, lomi sav- inrs certificates had iiroilm-ed more lhan During the war, the chancellor add- cd. the national expenditure had been il.aiS.OOO.OQO of which i was out or revenue. Tobacco duty, Mr, Honor Law stat- ed, would be-Increased Is IOU per pound anil the excess profit tax rais- ed froro CO to 80 cent. The 80 per cent, excess pro til, lax was elec- tive from -January l last, he said. Th? continued 'he chancel- lor, would requisition all ships and by ihtg means it would take excessive shipping profits. .ASL year the chancellor said the total expenditure was estimated at .bul the actual ei- pendtlurc rose lo Fart ol thla excess was due to the unex- pected Increases of a hundred million pounds In loans to Grea1. Hrltaln's allies and dominions. Advances made 113- England to her and the dominions since the beginning of the war totalled FIGHT 800 FOR 7 DAYS Among the casualties listed today are tlm names of J. Christopher Fos- ter of Mnclcod, reported wounded, and lj, ClanNeld, of Lomond, previously i ______________________'______________ t Fores of British Finally Captured by Germany in Eatt Africa Oftpa. Town. Auril Amonc the slorles of heroism rhat rorae In from J the East African front In letters .horar, I .the lollowlnp told hy Sapper J. JCearli- 1 Key of JohtmntsbnTg 5? chsractcJlsUr. j or Ihe spirit ot tho It relates' I how a tireless Ir-leEraiih detachment! of forty-nix men. lo n-hic-h he was as- j signed, was cut off and c-aplured alter] a siege tasting sevpn days by a Ger- man force rf whirli harlnp re- i trealert froni TaDora. oil the Central Railroad. H'hen tbc HelKisi5 approach. lha' l lsl, lines so., 1i J" Tr- imiTISII-FHANCO-CANADIAN MISSION TO WASHINGTON LefVto rTglil: A. J. nalfouc, cx-jircniirr of the Urltod Klutaorn; Sir decree Foater; II. Viriani, ex-premier of Franco; Sir Thomas White and "P.ipn" JoHrc, former commander in chler or iba allied armies in tho In aritlllfon tho mfsaton includoa a larKc number of raililftrr, naval find governmental o.xnerts. it la ihc first time a llrlllsbcr ol Mr. Haironr'a standing haa visited America and In many ways Lhu orenl i3 of ancctacular (nlereiL "Nature" chose Assam fHBWS T. F. ESTABROOKS 'CO., LIMITED Toronto Winnlje; Scientists'" tell us that' Asam in northern India was the original lionit of the tea Thousands of years ago "Nature" chose the climate aucl soil of this favored repiou as most suit- :-fItv: rialural that the (hillside gardens of Assam (sec picture) "rrow the teas which to-day are famous- Tor their flavor, and ridi 'strength. It is'of "these Assam teas, skilfully with choice Ccylons, thai Red 'Rose Tea consists. ,It is this rich As- sam strength that users of Red Rose Tea must thatk for its splendid ccon-J Giny for the greater number of cups it yields to the pound, fully one-third more lhan ordinary, teas. To make'certam that these Assam qualities arc fully preserved for you we [put Red Rose Tea into dust, odor and air proof scaled packages. Red Rose ,Tca reaches you pure, fresh and fufl we guajrantte it. TIT Uiif ECWUBUM! Red ROM embed it n L tmi M ROM Tea nd jtmt M nhe. i id trorq one ot General NOT- hey'5 rolumnn to n post at ngomlnyl. under rommand of King's. African Rifles, and hid two small On the approach of the Gcrrcans, the I detachment took a defensive posl- .Lon among the hills r.far a creai. iwamp. The next morning early Mclcels Trer'i driven In anil thn fire vriihia inaiihlne gun at WO yarns. did nil srait to writes i Kearnaer, "hut doubled to JL hill to :he west, leaving a few men with nrlreleis oiitfil. The Germans tried lo j to the long FTMS In th awarap, but; with one of our pins we put (Ivej ihrapnel into them, killing about a dozen and Wowing up their Mwlm. "A mlnu'-c liter they opened with amothcr Manim from hill to Ihe north of our oripnal poiltlon, the range being about 600 They oft a bell, mtaalng by a tew Inches our men gnardlnR the wireless. We stuck where we were all lhal dar trains to locate their Maxims, but without anrrcsa. aa their hill was cov- erfld liV thick hush and It was Impos- to delect a Bingle movement CD their part. "That night we stola back to our iielcsa aci. diemanlled it and erect- ed It on Ihe hill where he had hud our rump. About 10 o'clock a white aol- fller, a slraKglec- from Major Braien- fljite's co mm anil, crept In. He was In the arm, bead and back. Nothing else happened during the hours of darkness except an ocf-aslon- al exchange of rifle shots. round the next day that wo were completely surrounded on hills Wither thin our own. from which tho flenoans searched our position care- fully with several Maxima. They kept It up from dty lo day so lhal we had ecarcelr Hrne to snatch a bleculL and a drink of walnr. On the sixth dny Ihc? cftptuTert two ot our men. awl ijor McPherEon, In charge or thn wireless sot, got a bullet In Iho thigh. Another man was wonnded and two woro killed. "Thai night we Rave up all hopn of being-relieved. The enemy were clos- fn and we knew we could not hold out when the German; rushed ua with their overwhelming We (berafore fleslroyod the wfrclesp out- fit, rendered tho Iwo gum said good-bye to other ae we idy (or the Anal stand. L 4 o'clock fn the morning the sent up a rocket that Ilium- Ipatcd the whole conTilry round ahout. A bugle sounded and 500 Askarls commanded by tear whiles charged up the hill icrmQlng thtlr war cry. We walttd until they were sarentr yards froro our hretilwork thfii !p.t Ihftm hare It. Tfefn chMked them tor an iBFlanl, then they came on again, nwarmfng all about IIH. Capl. Clarke fallfd out: 'Il'p not much we Gcadered down the hill. Capt. Clarke and Ueat. Bonep wvrc shot dead bQtoro we hid gone two, yards. I Jumped S years, Priced at and We have Correct at the right prim that should appeal to every boy in this city who wishes to "dress up." Our own totaled four killed and four throughout by the nculnl relief com- "im'sslon, ably supported by the allies. Ihe German force fell th. one ot General Norlhty's pur- coluuas and In (he ensuing hfld to abandon prisoners and MILLIONS NEEDED TO FEED MILLIONS Dilfy Ovathf In Tell ttory of Suffering Among tnd Children of Thft Country moat colossal excuse of- ng the wur for her mnny duri humanity Is perhaps thii Rnnounced as the reason for'dc porting thonsfinds of Belgians (rom their nitlye lind to Germnnr. The that It has coil lo_ protlde for these pco- _ Ibf war itarted thai to Utli the men hive been sent Info Gewiy. Be It anfrl ID ihc ere- dH pf Bflflitii. thoy hdre been 1 sent JntA j1 to work but tltnost to A mtn refused Lo work tor 'tie Men? even when preyed ft I the inlnt ot bkyonel. In carlnf for the rtenfllute not one cent his been contributed by Gflrpftnj. The rwullg of rtcrratatlon ny have been met The amount of money expended h op- proxlin'Atcljf torrect anA IhlR serves (o let (he world Know of Itie magni- ludo of Ihc lask (hat 1ms fcpen under- the world hp.s given and how those who believe in Ihc cause o[ humanity must conffnue (o give (o re this heroic nallon. There arc millions of women and children within the borders of Bel-1 glum literally approaching denlh by slarrallon berause of the acts ot (belr conquerore. Their thinly cltd emnct- nlcd may be Eeon about Lhc caoiniuoHl fcctUng sladons nnri the funeral corteges dally wend their way (firoiigh Iho at-rcels of the cn towns. Ihc tolling of bells on churches, the weeping women and oth- er equally as pathetic ffaturcs bear GTldencA of (he terrible eitremify In whtrh these people find themselves. Women are rtyh.g. children are rfilng, because they ncert the food that you and I have, riven the eqalraJenl of (ho food we waste would be accept., abla to They ire HaiTlng, Do you want lo help them? There IB no man OT woman heart so CW nllHonB In money cxncnneri hardfned aa to say no, opporltm- lly ts here anil now, Tht- Belgian llef Commit toe, 30 St, Street .Montreal, eeeks and needs your help today. Send yonr contribution there or give It to the branch commitlte In your oivn lown. AGED LIGHTHOUSE KEtPER DEAD Porl Arthur. Ont., Apr. u1 nick, for 32 years keeper of Ihe light- house at Point Porphry, la dead, ijetl SO. I In had lived In this district fiO years, coming on a sailing boat Item. lower lakes. "GRAPES firnpea can be planted near veran- barns, chicken coopi or is H grrepn for unsightly buildings and what a load of fruit Uiey will produce, THE LICE KEEP Keep RghlinE the Ike, USG white' wash freely. Do not think Ihil rnusc It Is cold weather Ihul (he lien hnvo frozen up, They oro still then.-, Ihc lite blocd ot the heoa. Orapc acerf planted tfilckly In a pot or pan or soil soon germinate, the rather slowsrowlnr stems maXL a pretty lablo dccoriNon, All boys arc Interested in. good fruit and A fiunlly orchard of some of the best vnrletjps will ta Odf ot- tha grealeat attraclbns which cw U Ur- nlshcd. ;