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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - May 6, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta MONDAY, MAY �, 191� THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD PAGE FIVE T SPREADING WITH GREAT RAPIDITY Ami;terdam, May 6,-Dispatches from Copenhagen report the resignation of three Austrian cabinet ministers, the minister of agriculture, the Ruthenian and SlavenUtn ministers, as ?. protest against the measures which the Austrian government Is, planning to make against Slavonic agitation in Bohemia. MUTINY SPREADING. London, May 6,-Unrest in the Slovenian districts of Austria is growing daily and mutiny is spreading with great rapidity, Reuter's Limited announced today It had learned from a Serbian source. A recent conflict between Germans and Slovenians ended in bloodshed. DISTINCTIVE HARK London, May (i.-(Via Routei's 01-liiwa Aguncy)-Tlw admiralty announces that a (llslinctlvc cliovrou will bo iHKued to all (loscrlptioiiB ol' the porsonuel of tlic navy, including women, who began tliclr aervico lu IBi'l, with an additional chevron foi each, year of RUbsoqtient service. A' .'iimlhir .urrangomcnl with regard tol the military .service was aiinoiincod in tlioso (lispatche.s on Oolobor 15th last. IMembors of t)io naval forces of the Ilominiona will be eligible to this awai'il in resipect to service outside of their own country. ' The Liverpool -Chamber of com nicrco on Saturday presented Xew Foundland with an airplane for use in the war. Tlic ceremony was preceded by a lunch at which reference was mado to the important trade rolatlons between Liverpool and New Pound / land, and llio possibility of establish iug aerial communication between the different parts of the Empire after the war. RESTAURANTEURS FINED Port Arthur, Out., May 0.-Three restaurant keepers have been fined ?100 and costs each tor serving meat at meatless meabi. ? TITLE OF THE NEW ? ? Wnahlijgton, May C.-^^Tho ? Russian govornmont, deapnldi- ? (!S todaj- to the state rtopiii't- ? mont said, luia adopted tormal-: ly the title "ftussian Soclalis- ? tic l-'ederal .Soviet Hepubllc." > TliEso words' in gold letters > appear on a flag Ot rod, which ? Is iiHod for all,national mili- ? Inry purposes. ? � > ? ? : > ? ? ? ? ? 1 ? i HOW TO GET RIO m'S POOR OF RHEUMATISM AHEMPTSTO NEXT BLOW OF HUNS MUST BE Small Pm Small Do�e Small Price FOR' CONSTIIPATION have stood the test of time. Purely vcBQtable. Wonderfully quick to banish biliousness, headache, indigestion and to clear up a bad complexion. Genuine tetr* tlsncture PALE FACES Generally ladicaic a lick ~ o( iron la the Blood Carter's Iron Pills will help tbJA condMoo ^ ANCHOR-DONALDSON LINE POPULAR SERVICE Canada to Gbsgow or Company's Office, 270 Main St., , Winnipeg. For full information apply to Agents On the French Kront, In France, May (i-The opinion is virtually unanimous tiiat the further great blow which the Clerman sta'ff must Inevitably deliver, if it intends to execute the promises made to the German nation when tiie offensive was started, must come soon. "I The great activity of the enemy i along tlio Ypres sector is possll)Iy a 1 prelude to the opoiiing ,ot a new German rusii lliore, or Is Intended to distract attention from a^formidablo attack olHOwhere. There Is, indeed a widespread view that iho next move must coino'from, the German armies concentrated under GoitornI \'on Huo-low fronting Arras. Some of Its divisions were borrowed by other Gorman armies for attaclts to the north and the south but these Jiave since been replaced by others and the force gathered there is very powerful. From Arras, in the unlikely event of a German success. It could turn either toward the coast; or toward .\mieHS. Australians in Fight. London. May 0.- (Via lleutovs Ottawa Agency.I-The main activity on the Rrltlsh battle front in the last twenty-fonr hours has been confined to the .\ustrallan8. Following Saturday's success when the Anzacs advanced their line between tlie Ancre and the Somme to a depth of 700 yards, they launched a successful operation last night south and west of Albert, advancJing toward Morlincourt on a front ot about a mile and a quarter. They drove 'back the enemy on the whole enemy lino for an average distance ot 500 yards. The Germans fought slubhomly and suffered heavily. The Australi.nns liave puslied on to the lower slopes of the ridge extending from \'aux-Sur-Sonime, beiiind Morlancourt and linking up with the Important country around Albert, which is such an In)-portant terrain ;ln connection with the defense of Amiens against a converging movement.  The weather is intermittently warm and the ground Is getting water-logged and the going heavier. "Frult-a-tlm" Point the Way to Quick Relief \i;iioN.\, Ont. "T suffp.rcil for a ))iimber of year.? with Klieiiiiiatism auj sevfrc fKiiiis ill my .Sic//: and Back, caused by slr.iins and lioavy liltina;. When \ had given up liopo of ever bi'iug well again, a friend recom-Jiicnded 'I'Viiit-a-tivcs' io nio and after usins; llic first box I felt so much lictlcr that 1 continued to lake llicui ; and now I am enjoying till! best of Iiealtli, tlinnks to your wynderful fruit medicine". W, M. LAMPSON-. "Kniit-a-tives" arc sold by alJ dealcr.s at f>Oc. a box, (i for .f-'.,'iO, trial HMO 2.^c.-or sent postpaid by Fruit-a-tives Limited, Ottawa. 1 -n~t- FATAL ACCIDENT A ER Archie McTecr of Macleod, n Brakeman, Fell Under u Train Amsterdam, May H. - The last few nioaths have brouglit us succossos which win materially iufluenco tlie world's devolopmeiii in tlu' n(!Xl few deciidos. says a-teli;Ki'inii sent by Km-poror William in reply to an address of homage from a ((invention of German chambers of coiiinuiicc. "They insure our riglii to a .itrong peace which will ojh n new roads to Gorman commerce and give us complete freedom tor the doveioiiment of our industries. 0\ir sacrlfici^s of blood and treasure sluill not be made In vain. Field Marshal Von Itlnilcnburg also sent a message, si'vlng: "if all the German people stand iniited a peacu; will be won' which will assure fresh prosperity for eoiiinif^jic ,iiid industry." A fatal accident occurred at High River on tlie Lethbridge division this nioniing when Archie McTeer, a brake-man, was killed. He was on tlio northbound freight, 'and as the train pulled into the depot, he stepped trom the engine to the platform. There was frost on the phutorm, causing him to slip and fall between the cars and plUform. The victim )f Mio ac(3ident was badly hurt, and died shortly afterwards. The late .Mr. McTeer was a resident or Macleod, and leaves a widow and two small children to survive 1dm. [N TO STAY ON FARMS Minister Militia 8a.v.s Boys From Farms Given Leave of Absence at Once A Clergyman's Wife Wants Women to Know Advantages ol Internal Bathing It women -would only see the thou-snnd.s ot letters Dr. Tyrrell has received from gratotul women In all parts of the world, thanking him for h(8 wonderful Invention fov Internal Uathing, thoy would soon discard the medicine bottle and look to the cause oC thoir trouble, !)5 per cent, ot all human Ills are duo to accumulated lYIlflto In the Colon or Large Intestine. Warm water, properly used with the B, L. CftRcadft," will relieve the causo of your troubles niid perfect health will follow. A:Winnipeg clergyman writes: "AVy wife is naturally sensitive about hiiving her name uppoarin public print, yet Is anxious that others should know,what the M. B, L, Cascade' has done /or her. It has really given her a now lease of lite. For years She had boon doctoring for Constipation, which bocaiuo worse each year. Since using the 'J. B, It. Cascade,' first about four years ago, she has not been sick a day, and has boconio robust and strong aBuln. Should any jierson .wish this letter contlrmed, you are at liberty, to give my uai'he lu private," The "J. B. L. Cascade". 1b an.invention perfected by Dr. Chaa. A. Tyrrell ot Now York, and lias.done more during tWe past tow years to restore health and lesson disease thsin all othei",nieans combined. The "J, B, I^,.Cascndo" is shown and explained nt the Ited Cross DruB; & Hook Co,, Lethbridge, Ask tor boolilet explaining all about Internal Bathing and what it has done tor others. It la .D. SAYS 50 PER CENT NCREASE ACREAGE Edmonton, .May G.-An increase of oO per cent, in the acreage under crop this year is the way It looks to J-lon. Duncan Marshall, minister ot agriculture. Reports to the department from all parts ot the province and his own observations through the country between here and Calgary indicate, according to Mr. Marshall, an ever greutor response to the appeal tor more production tliau was expected. Last year's acreage of 6,2,10,000 acres probably will be raised to i�,000,000 acres, the increases being fairly distributed from north to south. The reason for this substantial excess over IfllT Is thought by the minister to be largely a matter of good weather and a favorable spring opening. The land Is reported all over Alberta to bo in the beat of condition, and early seeding has been general. A better spring season there has nevai' been, said Mr. Marshall, and the outlook is distinctly prbmlslng. lAUNCH ATTACK CANADIANS TAKE OVER NEW TRENCHES Canadian Army Headquarters in France, May 6.-(By tlie Canadian Overseas Corr.espondent).- The Canadian army has taken over trenches In the vicifTlty of Neuville-Vitasse, Mercatel, Sals-leux and St. Marie in addition'to its front from Hill '70 to- Gav-relle. TUESDAY'S GROCERY SPECIALS Finest Ddtch Onion Sets. Regular 30c lb. Tuesday, per lb....................... Kovah Lemonade Powder, in tins, Reoular 25c. Tuesday, each .................... Good Oranges. Regular 30c. , Tuesday, dozen ........................ Finest Ontario Cheese. Reauinr 35c per lb, Tuesday, 2 lbs.......... ............. Tins Sunkist Prunes. Regular 35c per tin Tuesday, each ........................ 25c 22c 25c 63c 30c Cartoons' Rolled Oats. Regular 35c. Tuesday, each ........................ Oyster Shell. Regular 8 lbs. 25c. Tuesday, 10 lbs........................ Packets Bull Dog Ammonia Powder. Rcgulnr 2 for 25c. Tuesday, 3 for ............... Tins 1 lb. Water Glass. Regular 25c, Tuesday, 2 tins ...................... Welcome Soap Powder. Regular 30c. Tuesday, each ........................: 30c 25c 25c 35c 24c Deliveries Every Hour Phone 3 1 3 IS KNIGHTED. London. .May (!.-Menr.v Edward Duke who resigned recently as chief secretary 'Cor Ireland, has l)een knighted. - � '"-f-- What the Press Agents Say With the American Forces on the French Front, May 6.-The Germane punched a heavy gas attack against the American troops on the Picardy front during the night. Early In the evening they sent over 15,000 shells composed chiefly of mustard gas, within a short period. These shells were followed by an Intense artillery fire and at midnight several hundred gas shells were dropped Into the American line. SIR E.KEt VISITS CANADIAN FRONT (By tlio CajLidlan Correspondent Overseas.) Canadian Army Headquarters, May 0.-A''islttng the Cantfltlans where they hold their hard-won positions in front ot Vimy 'Ridge,,-Sir Edward Kemp, minister overseas for the m'Ultary forces of Canada, has been the guest for a few days of Sir Arthur Currle, coramandCir of the Canadian army at tlie battle front. Sir Edward dined with the Canadians last night, meeting the senior officers at lieadquarters. Today ho was the guest ot Sir Douglas Haig, veturuine to Canadian headquarters afterward. No offloial reviews or Inspections have marked the trip whicli, wliUe otticlal, has been of an informal nature. Interviewed by your correspondent. Sir Edward expressed the highest ap-lu'oclatlon ot the splendid work ot the Canadian forces during the recent great battle weeks when, while not actually engaged, they have been In vital positions which protect so much ot the coal area of Franee and have given tho bnomy a constant and terrific gruelling night and day. Never In tho iii-story ot the Canadian forces have tho Infantry and artillery co-operated to the same extent to harass and worry the enemy as they have during the recent battle operations. In such activity, Sir Edward said. Is found the best expression ot the true spirit of Canada In France, wlilch maintains Its Bjilendid fighting morale and ^retains a sure but quiet con-ttdenoo in Its ability to acquit Itself as gallantly lu the future as It has In the past. TAX APPLIES Ottawa, May ;;,#,^.Th� acting ,* up. The My l�iMtneiitUrUy a the new tin |l[{if, e�riti100,000 tnen and to cause mori? men to, enlist without parliament being oonsfilted. The premier tlie negative.'^ ORDER SHIPMENT .OEALLWHEAT Winnipeg, Miiy G,-The following order was issued by the board of grain iy.ipervisors today: "1. T!ia! flour mill' conip.Tn'iEs shall ship all stocks ot wheat now in flour mill elevators, except such quantity as is Butticient for their grinding requirements for four weeks. "2. That this order . Is v effective from May li, I'JJS, Inclusive, and shall remain in effect until further notice," 10 Friday of this week. May 10th, has been proclaimed by the provincial government as Arbor Day for this province, The day will be generally celebrated in: Lethbridge by gardening and' cleanup. The day is not necessarily a public holiday but It can be celebrated as such if so desired. WAR INTERFERES WITH LABRADOR FISHING St. Johns, Nfld.. May C,~-The:extent to whieh the war baa intorfered with the Labrador cod fiahinK Industry, one ot the most Important New Pound-land commerclnl pursuits, wiiu.rovonl-od by ottlciul figures, tor 1917, made public today. These BtutlBtics showed that export tell oft trom an average of 350.000 quintals ot cod in pre-war years to 58,000 lust year AT I'HE ORPKEUM Throughout her portrayal of Crace, the happy lirtd artless girl in '"I'he Price of Silence," :i no* William Fox production, Vivian Iticli was liaunted by the knowledge that she was working to pay tor an oiieration which migiit save lior mother, to whom the girl's lite has been devoted, from blindness. ^ This sorro\v7"which came ai)out just as Miss Rich was malving iier debut with the Fox company, iiiaylng opposite to William Parnuin, was caused by the thoughtless prank of a l)oy. While .Mrs, Hich was out for a stroll, a stone, carelessly thrown, lirol impriivcu and Urondened, The camera ran paint with strokes more vivid than words the story ot my cluiriic-tors."-- AT THE MAJESTIC ".Viitliing Hut tlio Tnilli," is a tarcp I In I lie tine acceiitunce ot that much ' abused word, ami it will bo glvei. for our local opinion at tho Majestic to-niglit only. it Is 'all that the term farce implies -!i clpaii play (it aiiiiising seines and absurdity nf ciimplk-.-itloii that .�^end un audicm-e ivway from tho theatre i KUtiirated with laugliter. 'I'liat is its missiun. and It made good in N'ev/ York Cit.v. when' 11 enjoyed a Inughing ! career for over a year, and that, ton. i in a city of niiiny amusements. The only thing serious about this play is its title, tor when the truth nianifeiUs itself in the efforts of the hero to v,-in a ten thousand dollar wager, mirth and laughter are very much in evidence, and an audience is guilty ot creating tliem botli a.s it w.itciios the honest efforts of the earnest young gentleman to add teii thousand 'dollars to his fiaiifcec's bank book by the simple method ot telling the trutii MAJESTIC TONIGHT at 8.30 1 Orioimai cb^^t.v ^/ only. -� Augustus Pitou will iiresent .May Robson in a new melodramatic fan-e, ".�\ Little Hit Old-Fashloiicd." at tlie .Majestic tomorrow (Tuesday) ami Wednesday. This delightful play was especially written for her by Anna .N'khol.i, and offers a welcome relief from 111 J crime, crook and sex-problem plays that have deluged the American stage, ft is significant of the public's real desire for sweet and wliojosonie entertainment, that great success has come to this blend of cniuedy and sentliiiont. There are novelly. laiigliter, tears, pathos anil a world of humor in this spavkllns comedy. Both msn and women, young and old. respond to its appeal. "A Little mt Old-Fasliioned" toils tlio story ot a wife whose whole-iicarted devotion to lier liusliand left liitli! lime for sell'-advancciueiit. She suddenly perceives that her efforts are no longer appreci.ited and that sho is being tlirust aside. Her awakening to tiie danger e': the third angle of the triangle, and how sho comes to her own agaiti, is told in an uncommonly entertaining and timusing manner. YINOL MADE : THIS NUDSE STRONG Nothing Like it for Rundown and Nervous People ' Vo'n Ormy, Texas-"I suffered From a general run-down condition-anaemia, loss of appetite and cou^h, so I wad unfit for^my work. I tried different medicines without heli>,'and through my druggist learned of Vinol. I took it; my appetite increased, my cough disappeared, I gained in weight and I am now well and strong, so I can conscientiously endorse Vinol."- Viola Salada, R, N.. Van Oripy. Teii. We guarantee Vlnol to build up iruo'down. anaemic {ol)(� or return your mpney. We take all the risk. J. O. HIGINBOTHAM *'*C0., LTD. Druggists, LetKbrldge Also at the best (trAgajpts In all ,