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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 10, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta 1018 Tim UBTunnrnoE DAILY HERALD IAGK TMI CANADIAN SALT LIMITED SCENE OP THE GREATEST BATTLE IN THE Map shows Neure which is the main objective of the which was taken and retaken several tlmea by the British ON FINANCES May Mnr j acting minister of fur nlshod the house with information re garding the Canadian Northern Hall After reading a Hut of thn direct ors of the road ho reud a summary of the securities maturing this which totalled The tolal securities of the road were There was a deficit in operating ex penses of over for the pres ent The deficit for last year had heon To fully complete the unfinished sections of the road would absorb a large amount of said Mac Prairie lines would take British qolumbia lines western terminals He read a list of the securities of the road guaranteed by the Dominion and Provincial CATS RAW RUBBER HEELS To man whos pounded leather With alithrough hie Cats Heeislnring happy comfort Like a Of J I f A PAIR PUT ON MANITOBA WHEAT CROP May will produce from four to five million more bushels of wheat in 1919 than the average crop as the result of the break more land campaign which is now being conducted by the Manitoba department of agriculture by means of forty crop boosters who are spread ing the gospel of increased production throughout the This is the opinion voided today by the Valentine provin cial minister of based on reports of the first weeks operations which are now to ON ITALIAN FRONT May act ions occurred yesterday on the mountain the War Of fice There was lively artillery fighting in the Adara on the northern slope of Monte Altissimo and In the eastern sector of the Asiago The fire of the Italians caught enemy col umns of troops in the Brenta and Sereri All along the front there was intense aerial Five machines were brought May part of tlio practifce the German military authorities In Belgium hate registered nil youths above in the region of Mons and are employing many between 14 and 17 In digging and grading to the trenched nofth of Verdun and near the American said ad vices received today hy the Belgian protest of Belgian seniors re coired at tho legation says tho Oer mana are forcing women and children into a stain of servitude throughout the military which comprises all Flanders and a consider able part of Hainaut and Luxem At a village of Flan says the legations statement the bodies of ten children who had died near the front were tnkon back to tholr In tho region of Mons a census has linen takon of all youths over 15 a good many of them have already een takfn to the front under and under most pitiable ADMIRAL KEYES LEDQSTE1 May on the former occasion the operation 1o block Os tend harbor was unler the direction of Admiral Some of the men who participated In the affair returned here They said it was completelysuccess The firing which covered the sink ing of the Vindictive began about one oclock this morning and lasted until three The bombardment was very heavy and could be heard at The night was with the stars shining but there was a base over the May is learned on good authority that Chief Justice Duff in Ottawa has granted exemption from militanryservice to all the ship yard employees working on ship building at Yards in Lau agreed that should the draftees workipg at the yards be en listed their would deprive various departments experienced men and the entire plant would have been was told not to engage any more men 6T military c TWO LEADERS The Slater for Men The Walkoyer for Women Both unexcelled for wear and Let us show you these two lines of known We are exclusive i HUFNER The Shoe JVIan Beside MerchantsBank May bulk of the German reserves la still in the rear of the Sorame and It must be assumed the enemys main effort will be in that Bays a repre sentative of General Delman chief director of military at the War In summing up the weeks war development U Is equally certain that he will not discontinue Ills attacks in Flan May special cable to a Winnipeg newspaper says Kerenalcy exPremier of the Rus sian is now on Ills way to He states that Russia Is now absolutely dependent for its sal vation upon the recognition of the Entente He bitterly deplores the present order of HAIG APPRECIATES SERVICE ARTILLERY May Ottawa Marshal Halg expresses his dssp appreci ation of the services of the artil lery In the Somme and Lys He adds that the Infan try was the first to admit the In estimable value of artillery sup The British commander In chief is confident that the re liance of each arm upon the most wholehearted and selfsacrific ing cooperation of the other Is the greatest possible assurance that all further assaults will be met and MEN GOT PACK Fort May was Iwe at today the munitions board will agree to complete the wooden slilp at Fort The decided to return to work this GENERAL HAIQ8 HISTORIC APPEAL TO THE BRITISH TROOPS to stand with their back to thn also tho French Army is coming full force to their Picture sKows French munition transports loaded with foot for the British guns on the way to the British Army in May The temporary success yesterday of the Germans cost them they suffered heavy casualties from the rifle and machine gun fire which was poured into them as they advanc ed up the The operation was undertaken at about daybreak and shortly afterward the enemy attempt ed to reach the Hrltish lines east of about two thousand yards to the the British were holding defenses on the high which the invaders cov eted because its occupation would give them a better position to work from for another The Germans advanced shouting It was an old in the hope of confusing the The defenders responded with such a grilling1 fire that the Germans acted on their cry and fell leaving many dead and wounded The hostile artillery fire was very heavy last night south of The air on both sides were active the as the conditions were ideal for observa There was much and many engagements were fought in the HEAR APPLICATION May Supremu Court announced yesterday it wil hear the petition to romove Petersons name from the primary ballot for United States Republican Senator on May Peterson been conrvtct ed on disloyalty Our SelfServing Gash Carry Setfion Is NOW OPEN KERR CAN SHOW YOU HOW TO REDUCE THE HIGH COST OF LIVING FROM 10 TO 18 BY THE Cash and Carry Reason It Out For To overcome tfie everincreasing cosfs in doing business we have added to our Family Grocery a section of our store known as a SelfServing Cash and Thus eliminating a certain amount of clerk a most expensive deliv ery an expensive bpokkeeping and the usual dead These costs may not be added to the particular article you purchase bat arc reflected in the prices of all good The SelfServing Cash and Carry System does away with these overhead hence the great reduction in all Call and be Prices All Goods Guaranteed Strawberries at lowest market sweet and per dozen 59c and 69c 9c 4 Hot per 35c large size 30c per 18c 3 bundles 22c Green 3 bunches 22c Canned Soups assorted flavors 18c Van assorted flavors 17e Llbbys Tomato 1Sc Claries assorted flavors 13c Jelly regular 2 for 26c 10c Jelly regular 2 for now 10c Knoicct negutar 18c regular pew 14c Soap Royal 6 4 calces 25c 4 22c 4 28c cakes 27c 4 cakes 26c fels 10 Ammonia Bull reg ular now 9c Qolden West Washing 260 Klectrlo Soap 26c Canned Vegetables per tin 22o per tin 26o per tin 19o per tin 22o 28c Canned Fruits Niagara regular 26o Maple Leaf regular now 22c regular now 31c 29c Sliced regular now 20c Hygiene Peaches regular 16c Apricots regular now 22c regular 20ci now 17c Cocoa and Chocolate Bakers now 49c Bakers 25o Cowans 49o Cowans now 25o Frys now Frys now 14c Bakers Oat now 22c Bakers Unsweetened now 22c Coffee Barrlngton regular now regular1 Chase Braids now 40o George regular now Mo George regular now 88c George regular 87c Maracalbo regular 30c i Whole or Fresh Ground Canned Fish Horseshoe regular now Us Fresh now 17s Herring In Tomato reg ular now 21e per bottle 20o King Beach Raspberry and Black regular now 91o Look over our other lines of jams and Jellies and note the at tractive See our Attractive Prices on Buy Coffee Prices Will Ad vance 5c The public demand lower We ar s meeting that Call and be con KERR Family Fifth Street ;