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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - May 18, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta saturday, may18,191r Ti'fE LETiinninr.R daily HKiuLn paok TmUTEEN PROBABLE CANDIDATES F PUBLIC WORKS COMMISSIONER DONALD DUrF. ^.F. HAMILTON. GERMAN MS EOUI SECOND BEST !N DRIVE incIudlnR-tinth "main" ;mil "tomul"" | �.>!',a\n by llvivi o'clock 'in Iho I.omlon, Ma.y IS-Ooniiim tntikR Vliich nnuU: thalr first nppoiiranoo ofi tlio westiMu front ilurini? tha recent Gerniuii offciislvo camo out ae\trln!(l battle hetwoen Clmntvn anrt iiritluli tniikH in wlilcJi a sQiiadron o( �lx (iurniun vtanks wgtc routed. Thn battle; oKiiurrod netir  VillorB-Brcton-neaux. Hmith nt tlio Somme In Plcnrrty. Bi.x Ofrinan tanks appeared in front"^taiil\ Sr.'.,. of Any M�rgtce \TiiU ouc ycai '-i ivtlcmleiice or four Sumncer School Navigaticn School July aad August Decombor to April 19 GEO. Y. CHOWN, RDghir�r Blotchy Skin ^lany a. time you liavo looked into tlio mirror and wlBbed tlial yinir skin �vvonld bo like other pooplo that you lsno\v, "iWUhout a l)!''nil.sh." This ^vlsh . Ilielnhotham "A, Co., 1-1 d., druKKlHlB.-AdvortlBomont. tfinks slunlly appeared on thn iiceni'. A rough and turbwleut conihat ou sued. Female Tanks Tho llrltlflh femalo tanks, which appeared firnt, wore ouifouKht. bui, tlio prrivnl of the bcnvlcr nuilc t.-ijik.'i coniplolely changed Urn iillu;'.llni\ and the Gorniana tied after reecivini,- a bad bentlnK. Meanwhile tho Drlti.sli liad ))ri)U;;iil up BOVPraJ ot tho new fast c-rulKer type, ojillod . "Whippet" tanks which attaolced tlio oneniy'.s Inl'.Tiitr.v po.si-ttOHB on a TldBc, roIUiiK up tho Gorman lino �rom the north. It dovcloptjd that thiB rldRo (wns held by a ll;u.> of nia-chino Kun potita -whilo beyond tho crest a larco German forco was maf!:i-fng In the open for an attack. Tho tanks ran from shell hole to shcdl lioh; infUctinK terrible casnaltloH and completely dlfiorKonizod tho onomy'a preparations (or attaek. . These nevon tanks each with a full crew of twenty men. inflicted terriblo casiialtios on tho enemy, while thu ties. Thi! tanks h;0. thoir baso .shortly botoro noon anil woro bad; at tholr al'h'rnoon. An oli'i(!Pr coramr'iilliiK on thlj en-p.iKcmc/it 10 this Afi.iociated ProKS sayii: '.�The lli-llish tank br.M Ja:U provod Itself. Th" GcrniiinM have adopted (hem but iliori! i,^ yet no ovldcnci� that they have any larije numlv.T available With llic start Nshlch v.i' Iia%-o in tank coii.'d.nicl .'(*n wti shoulil be ulile to con-scrvi' our tmpci-bu-ily without difficulty. 'l"hc rchUlt.H (if our employment of tanks iii-o mo.st cDcoura.trlnK in ^^lnv of the man power cpiestloii nnd avo ouRlil to derive i,tin laorn bonufit from them In tlio fiiturfr." .Sir Henry N'cweUi;a!e who-dled a. year aRo In Ottuw.i, left an estate worth Sl.M-tOillOl. Jn" Ontario the real and personal estate was valued at $1,(U.S,).'2; in Qijflioc ?m5,.lS!i, In ManUoha S.S'.i.frir. 'and Sa.skatchewnn J;ir.::75. The estate' Koes in equal sliaroH ti) foui" � VtfliifjlitorH, four ,ipns and a dar.!4hior-lii-law. Mm. Mary Agnes Abloiii,,(.: Winnlpog, i.:e\s, ^.M:*,-iii II ;!:el .Mrs. iv. Lewis, :\iuinil>al, .i;i-lit,tied. . ; . lAL MINIS URE Irish ConspiTMci Is F-aid lisiH- One Hundred I'liHoners Mo I'itr rjondon , Mny l^ I>oonm�n(.s of gniat Importance in connootlon with an Irish eonsplrmy hara fallun Into tho hnndH of th" (; ivernmont through tho nrroat by coast Rti.\rtl� of a man with certain avldiuiei. upon him. One Hundred Prisoners Duhlln, .May J i. Irish i51nn Fein prisoners continue ;.i urrivo from all parts ot tho couiitiy The arroats so far reported numhur uoarly ono hundred. A larfjo number m realdoncos of prominent 9inn ]''e!i,.rH were rluitort and thoir hoadquartvr.j was ruidod and hooka and dr., ic.aenta in largo (luajititle.H wore Ff-i-'c:]. Immediately after Uio pollcti 11?! itmrt. was dieplay-ed outside tlie l)iii.'.'',iii|i a pl?.i'el-in iliU- dtr. nualhess tu procoocfliiff'norm.illy ' > No DIsturbancM London, May 1> There havtj buen no diattirbancei; .-uiyu-hore in the cotin(r.y, as fur an tu l;nown hero, says a Dublin despalih m tho Evening N'owr. Indeed, the most �trlkln^ featurn ot the government's cMiipe waa it Bwltt-nesa iuid-thoionKlniids. AH wranifft-monta were carried iliroUGh liko clock work, dumhfounillui^ iho KInn Pelnora, who boasted thai the uuthorltie.s were afraid to arrest I'rof. Vnt Valera or any other loaders nn 1 would only meddle with tJie simillei I'ry ot tho organization. Another Le.ndur Arrested Dublin, .May tii'oige Grnohty, chalnnan of the liosconinion town commissioners, iitui prestdent ot the Sinn Fein execuilve. also was arrep.t-od. Tlie .-inly arresi reported at Cork in Uiafof a ne\vb;,aper man nam&l lUiiry. ;' All Sinn Felners Arrested London,.May is .\11 Sinn Fein momhors of pnrlhniient liavo boan arrested. Dui)lln reinslii (julot, but there is reeling of-RuppreiJsed-.eicitomp.nt,  Atiatrinn'.nGv.-.ip:i|ii.Ts aro exTitbitlM; rxmcel-ii ati"-AVhai they onU tB.e -etfe-lilfiia|!pli,:q�-'tyg -^rmy. It appears that l^'>'i9Mi.f9'^V^'''^'^^sMii ai-fe' ..MOW e tilp loy^(fc.ftelj^.a01i 111 a r GERMANY HAS 8TrTery incli of Kround, telling trsmendoua toil from the nttncit infc Hum, lometlaios with Krundt nl-lies, aoUac often m lufautry an well as horBomen, tho Canadian has Blnno tho bogUuilnK of the great Oermati offonalve covorod blni.ielf with siich glory CM will live foroyer in British military history. Tho recapture of the hlg wood north of MoroiiU ami tlie oh&rgo of n squadron Into a baMnry , of Gorman ninchlnH guna. Is, iioeorfling j to Lhcdr comrade In the cavalry uorp.i, \ in a olass with Balaclava. Tl\o whole niwrntton la regordod as tJio most faJnouH cavalry action ot thn war. Prioe Not Exoesolvo Cnnsda must ba prepared to find mnixy i.t her lona gone hut thn price paid �-fta not ewijsslvt?. In addition to turulag tho ilda ot battle aL various places tn the forward ureas thoy prac-tlfi�lly Bavnd Amiens. Oenoral 8lr lionry Rawlinaou. visiting the Canadian cavalry on .-Vprll :^ ,addressed each unit lu turn and told thoin that the two woo" V - 7 t v^-r.^ * v.illiy, -.viilrli had Inliun liiU froiu . otliei- ^|lll^�l'l!�:,n;- sijij.iilron, i'l>;\ily str kei.'P the onomy from tho bi(;h innund liiere. On the imrtlierii I'nco of the wood tile colonel Inok iv.n iinnmunted squadrons of the Sirailicnuaii niiil made A direct nttjick mi i!ie Oernians who �,vere trying to re-esiahlliili themselveB lliere. Their casmiliies were heavy and. tlio party might li.iv�. heen wlj>ed ont had the enemy me ..een nervous of the two simultaneous atlacliB on til� rear. At 11 o'clock this luirty hud overcome al( resiataure and tho whole wood vHli the exception of a Hinnll liortlon In tlie Huuthwost in the Canadian poBBOsyiou. The prompt arrival ot a British 'Jirigado on the wuttem section of Ihe wood ennbled tJie Can-iidlnns to beat off heavy counter attacks and they iield en all (iirough tlie night and unfSI Die nesi afternoon V, hen fresh DrltlsVi battailous relieved til em. The flercenCHR of the Canadian cavalry's ottack had not only lii.'privnd the I tuna of miioii cimHod observation but liad also dolayod him until tho line could be organized and reinforcod. ARMY SERVICE CORPS Ottawa, May lii--A draft ot fifty men lu charge (rf Captain II. C. Se-griiii arrived from 'V^lnnipeg thl.>! moi-n-liig to Join the Cunttdian Army Service Corps depot here. iVve atrongth ot the depot Ik tihont .frtfi n\ni\. > ; : : :  > 'j* YUKON CASE / use of Fats and Sugar after June 1st Overseas Cakes will not be worth making. Orders will be taken by Kirkby & Co. up till May 25th for Overseas Cakes, also Wedding Cakes, which will be prohibited after June 1st, 1918. Kirk 60a3rdA:ae.8. &Co. Phone 1627 'mm. 083398 ;