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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - May 10, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta flimAY, MAf 10, 101 g THE LETHnniDGE DAILY HERALD I'AGi: THIRTEEN THE CANADIAN SALT CO. LIMITED SCENE OF THE GREATEST BATTUE IN THE WAR. Map showB Nouvo Wjrtechaete, Ballloul, Haiebrouck, which in the main objective of tho enemy. lOgltse, which was taken and retaken several times by the British; Mosalnea, GIVES iiORlIION QNC.N.Il.Fim Ottaw.n, May 10-lion. A. K. Mao iLean. iiotlng ininislor of tinauce. f\ir nlalmd flin hnuso witii informntlon re. gardiuK tho Canadian Nortliorn Hall way. After rending n list ot thn direct-ois ot tho road ho read a nummary ot Iho securities maturinB this ynar ^wliich totalled $r)ri,'i::7,271 Thf total ! soouritlos ot the road worn $C7,;iiiO,()7n Tliero was a deficit in operating ox ponses ot over $5,000,0(10 for tho pros ont year. TJie deficit for iast year luid heen $2,482,000. To fully complete tho unfinlRlied sections of tho road would absorli a largo amount of money, said Mr. Mac Lean. Prairie lines would take $10, 57li,S61; British Columbia lines $17, 040,000; western terminals $20,958,000 Ho read a list ot tho securities of the road guaranteed by the nominion and Provincial parliaments. ^ CUSHION RUBBER HEELS To raan who's pounded leather With his feet, alfthrough his life, "Cat's Paw" Heels Ijring happy comfort Like a charming, thoughtful wife. K At A PAIR -^WU PUT ON Cat,Paio-'Hcria.N,. 7~iVald, ftN: 6. MANITOBA WHEAT CROP Winnipeg, May 10.-Manitoba will produce from four to five million more bushels ot wheat in lftl9 than tho average crop as tho result ot the break more land" campaign which is now being conducted by tho Manitoba department ot agriculture by means of forty crop boosters who are spread ing the gospel ot increased production throughout the province. This is the opinion voided today by the Hon. Valentine Winkler, provincial minister ot agriculture, based on reports ot tho first week's operations which are now to hand. Wnshlniiton, , May 10-As part of tho practice of cominandc'BrluK labor, tho Oornian military nuiluirllleH in Belgium have regl.'itarnd all youths above 13 In the region of Mous and are employinK many hot ween 14 and 17 In digging and gradliiK cIobq to tho trenched north ot Vordmi and near St. Mihlel, tho American .snrtnr, said advices received today by tlio Belgian legation. A protest of Belgian se;.jlors received at tho legal Ion says tho Germans are forcing men, women and children into a atat(> of servitude throughout Uie mili_Jury zone, which roniprlges all Flanders and a (insider-able part of Hainaui and Luxembourg. "At Erneghem, a vlllnno of Flanders," says tho iog:iti(m'� statement the bodies of ton ihililren who had dloii near the fron; were taken back to thalr parents. In tlio region ot Mens a census has been taken of all youths oror 15; a good many of them have already Veen tal .> : o ? o ? > ? ON ITALIAN FRONT ? : Home, May 10.-Patrol act- > > ions occurred yesterday on the ? : mountain front, -the War Of- ? flee reports. Tlicrc was lively > : artillery fighting in the Adara-: .ello area, on the northern ? ^ slope! of Monte Altlssimo and ^ t� in the oastarn sector of the MEN GOT BACK * ' Fort William, 0nt, May 10, -Word was t'e�qlved U^ro at nooji today that the.nmnlHoua board will agree, to complete the second wooden iihip ait Fort William. The men. deoidod to return to work this afternoon. Strawberries at lowest market price. Oranges, sweet and juicy, per dozen .......... 99c and 69c Bananas, per lb............ 9c Rhubarb, 4 lbs. for ........22c Lettuce, Hot House, per lb. 35c Cucumbers, large size .... 30c Asparagus, per lb......... 18c Radishes, 3 bundles ....... 22c ' Otrten Onloni, 3 bunches ... 22c Canned Soups- (^ampbelfs, assorted flavors 18c Van Camps, assorted flavors 17c Libby's Tomato ......... 15c Clarks' assorted flavors ... 13c .Jelly. Rowdors, regular 2 for 26c ........... 10c Jelly Powdors, regular 2 for 25c, now ............... 10c . Qelatlne, Knox'fi negular 20c, now, .v............ 18c Oelatihe,.'Cox's, regular 18c, pew ......... 14o Soap Royal Crown, 6 cakes.....25c Gold; 4 cakes............ 25c Lennox, 4 cokes......... 22o Sunlight, 4!e�k6�......... 28c Lifebuoy, 4, cakes ........ 27c Ivory, 4 cakes ............ 26c fels Napthi 10 cakes.....84c Ammonia Powder, Bull Dog, regular 16c, now ............ 9o Qolden West Washing Powde'r, pkg..................... 26o Electric Soap Chips, pkg. ... 26c Canned Vegetables Tomatoes, per tin ........ 22c' Corn, per tin............. 26o Peas, per tin .............. 19o Pumpkin, per tin ..........22c Asparagus, reg. 35c. .:..... 2Bc Canned Fruits Peas, Niagara 2s, regular 30o, now .................., 26o Peas, Maple lleaf 28, regular -27c, now............... 22c Strawberries, 2s, regular 35c, now .................... 31c Cherries, 2s, reg. 33c, now.. 29c Sliced Peaches, Is, regular 25c now .................... 20o Hygiene Peaches Is, regular 20o, now ........,........... 16c Apricots Is, regular 2So, now 22c Blueberries, Zs, regular 20ci now ,................... 17o Cocoa and Chocolate Bakers la, reg. 56o, now ... 49c Bakers [/2S, reg, 300, now.. 25o Cowans 1s, reg. 65c, now.. 46o Cownns VzS, reg. 30c, now 25c Frys '/a8i '"eg. 30c, now . .. 2Bo Frya i/^e, reg. 15c, now ... 14o Bakers Oat Chocolate, 25c, now .................... 22o Baker's Unsweetened Chocolate, 2bc, now...............��22c Coffee Barrlngton Hall, regular � now .................. ?Onaico, regular 60c, now.. -410 Chaas &- Sanboms, regulars BOc, now .................... 45c Braid's Best, reg. 60c, now 46o George Washington, regular 40a, now .................... 34c George Washington, regular 7S�, now .................... 58c George Washington, regular $1.10, now.............. 87c Maracalbo Blend, regular 3Sc, now................... 30c > Whole or Fresh Ground Canned Fish Salmon, Horseshoe Is, regular 4&c, now ............... 38a Fresh Herring, reg. 2�e, nowlTo Herring In Tomato Sauce, reg> ular 2Sc, now ........... 21e Vinegar, Brown, per bottle 20q Jam, King Beach Strawberry, Raspberry and Black Curnsnt, regular $1.05, now ...... 91o Look over our other lines of Jams and Jellies and note the attractive prices. See our Attractive Prices on TEA. Buy Coffee Now. Prices Will Advance 5c tb.  The public demand lower prices. We ara meeting that demand. Call and be convinced. GEO. KERR & CO. FamUy Grocers--313 Fifth Street S. ;