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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - May 3, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta t-WoAY, MAY 3, 1918 -iWiJ- I I THE LETHBRTDGE DAILY IIERALD PAGE THIRTEEN TV Albert^ Retiirn^d Soldiers Cotn-niiMion Uo\i� Fii^t Sea-; f � 'i �--^ BMtqontbii, May 3.-Docont'raHiSa-tlon of UiB mltltary pay system so that the floparaUon illowaucoa and assigned pay mar bo paid out from tlio ml-) lltary districts Instead ot from Otta-I wa; vooational training of soldiorB dUcliargQa.^ep4ua� ot under aKe; llie appointment, bt, a conducting otficer to maot all Alborta returning soldiers at I^oose Jaw and- notify their friends otdatAs of arrival; free transportation to tke raltway.^oint noarest the soi-dlflra HqmA, and a change in tho pay account. ayatein providing for 'Itemized, accounts arcoompanylng all debit* In Uio pa'K b6t)ks, wora the now de-, partures. deoided upon at the first meojtlng this morning ot the reorgan-    WITHDRAW APPEAL � � - here, and his aide, Barnii G. l\. :  Von' Schack, convicted ot par- >  tlclpation I In plots directed ? aninst Canadian factories had 4  bSisn withdrawn. Tho convict-  , CO,men are to leave Saturday tor' tho federal ponltnntfary at >  McNeill's Island, Wasblngto."!. > V ,two, years eAch, o ;;    * o * � � o * � lK�d Alborta Returned Sojdlcrs'^ Commission, Incidentally Calgary carao In for somewhat severe criticism ns compared with ISdmontAn, on account of litck ot co- BARGAINS AT Resolution in House-Morning Sessions Will Start Next Tuesday Ottawa, May 3.-The house begins morning sittings on Tuesday. It Will also sit oil Saturday.s beginning Saturday .May 11, till tho end ot the session. In presenting a motion to this eifect this afternoon which was carried. Sir Robert Borden said that certain reasons made it highly desirable that ministers should bo relieved from their duties in parliament at no ve.-y distant date. Replying to a question by Ernest 'Lapointo, the minister ot militia stat ed tliat men subject to the call loi military service who have married since July od In tho dispute, will not strike, but have agreed to arbitrate their differences. ' - London, May 3.-The following have been awarded the D. C. M.: Sergt. R. W. Penton, rushed at emplacement, after bombing it with grenades and captured a gun with crew of seven. Sergt. G. Giles, rushed pill box with small party, captured it with .eighteen prisoners and tour machine guns. Sergt. J. A. Sagland took command of machine guns after the officer was killed, handling them with great skill and^ dfltormination. Sergt. L. Harding when the officer of the platoon was killed, took charge, leading the men to the objective in spite ot heavy resistance. Sergt. F. Hart, brought machine gun into action time after time on the enemy's flank, showing great courage and Initiative. Corp. J, A.. Hainstock organized a sniping .defense which he maintained for two days, inflicting heavy casualties. Corp.. T. Hompston .took charge of machine guns, accompanying infantry after otficer �was killed and forty per cent of the crew casualties. Private J. H.' Hanna (220090) when hi3 company commander was wounded by snipers he crept forward, located the snipers, shooting the foremost iHarry Ballantrne, national! Y.M.O, A. secretary tor Alberta and B.C., met the local board of directors executive and captains of dlatrlotB last night to aaslit In completInK the organiiMtlDn plana for the -big campaign nest Week; Mr. Ballantyne li pleased with the In'-tereat shown and with th� desire ot the men to uitke th� local "Y'V of �ervice to ,the4oo,mmunity and to |;tve the greatest MsilBtaneei to the far work. Those present laat night felt that Uetlvbridge would maintain her reputation, for doinc better than la being' asked OUR DZSFENSE In the spring wo may be attacked at anv moment. Toxic poisons jpiHt u| within us after a hard winter, and we tee. "run-down," tired out, blue and dis-' couraged. This is tho time to put-our home in ordei^-cleanse the system And put fresh blood into our arteries. You can. obtain an alterative extract from Blood 'root, Qolden Seal, Stone and Queen's root, Oherrv bark, rolled into a sugar-coated tablet and sold by most dtuggiitfl, In fifty-cent vials, aa Or. Piercers Goidsn Medical Discovery. This blood tonic, in tablet or liquid form, is just what you need for "Spring Fever," for that lack of ambition. It will fill you full of vim, vigor and vitality.. IjtsfDSAY, OXTAWO.-" Wlien my llttia daughter was live years old her liver was so sluggish that I feared she miffht be troubled with habitual constipation. I had read a groat deal about Doctor PlaTco'a Golden Medical -PUcovery and decided V> try It with her, giving her small dosasT I (oAnd that It not .ODiy . . , , helped her Over I, but It also proved toba aeplmidid tonic, as Well. It was such asnlondW medicine thatl would! never hesitate tu give It to her again " she nMded It, and 1 take pleasure in recommending It to other mothers whose little ones seem to n�sd a Ilvcr regulator and blood maker.'^JHJUk IiOVisA Bgacu, Box 1135. and capturing tour others. 432957 Private J. D. Harrison went forward with the medical officer to establish advanced aid post carrying .supplies through heavy fire. 2�7123, Privato A. Hoodley crawled out ill broad day light under heavy fire and recovered two wpunded. 183223 Privato J. Ferguson when all tho stretcher bearers had become casualties ho took over their duties attending wounded under heavy fire. S75201 Privato G. G. French organized a party which captured two hostile guns, Ills devotion arousing the admiration of hia comrades. 72720!) Private W. E. Game held an advanced post with a wounded com-ra:lo tor seven'hours under heavy fn-e. B3S!)51 Corp- C. Gib.'5on travelled nearly a mile over unknown country, under heavy fire and brought back most valuable information. UNIONIST ev A Ottawa, May 3.-J. A. Stewart, Unionist of Perth, Is elected by acclamation as member of the corpmons for Lanark in succession to the late Dr. Hanna. Lieut.-Col. and J. M. Balderson, who was nominated yesterday as an Independent Conservative, withdrew from the contest this - -morningi. CHY FOR FINLAND London, May 3.-Finnish newspapers are calling for the BStahltshment ot a, monarchy in Finland, according to an Exchange Telegraph despatch from Copenhagen. The Svensk Tld-ningen, the organ of the peasant party, openly advocates that a German prince be appointed king. SENATE APPROVES RAISE WHEAT PRi Washington, May 3.-The senate again today formally reconlod its ap proval to increase tha goyerniiient luiulmum guaranteed price for wheal from $2.0.J to $2.50 a bushel despit� rejection ot the proposal by the house It, insisted on the wheat clause in th( agricultural appropriation bill return me'the measure to conference, but li was expected tho proposal would di< there. 0m SATURDAY SPECIAL WE RECEIVED A LIMITED AMOUNT OF Farmers' Dairy BUTTER THIS WEEK WHICH WILL BE ON SALE AT OUR DIFFERENT MARKETS VTURDAY- . 0NSA1 Per It. c PLACE YOUR ORDERS EARLY. OWING TO A L4ND SLIDE ON THE GRAND TRUNK RAILWAY WE WERE UNABLE TO GET THROUGH ANY GOVERNMENT PRICED FISH. WE HAVE, HOWEVER, MADE OTHER ARRANGEMENTS AND EXPECT A FULL SUPPLY TO ARRIVE HERE SATURDAY MORNING. & Co. Ltd PACAOE MARKET-13TH ST. N, PHONE 431 �MAIN MAn,KET4-3R6 AVE. SOUTH, PHONES .412 A 1388 DOMINION MARKET - COR. 4TH t AVE. & 6TH ST. 8,, PHONE 1654 23174956 04956731 ;