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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 18, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta SATUIIOAY, MAY yjttll.nmnr.E DAILY HKUALO PAC.K THIRTEEN PROBABLE CANDIDATES FOR PUBLIC WORKS COMMISSIONER Irish Conspiracy Is One Hundred Prisoners So Far London May is. DtxromtnU ol groat liflporUtnc1 connection with Irish eouepIriU'T hats fallen Into Iho hands of the Riverain cut through tho arrest by toast ot a uiaa vvlth certain uptm him. One Hundred Prtwntrs DubUu, Sinn Fein r-ontimii' arrlvu lrom of the couiitiy. The arrests 60 r reported nutiiber nearly ono bund- A large number oi fft Sinn were Halted and thoir headQHsritrs raldtjd ind books nnd doc am eats In larjo __flUUea vrero M-herl. Immediately otter the police Mi vaa display- ed outsldo the bulMIng a placard rusti- ng: the waa faction ol tlui "RoO'i ainl of thf Kort (iauy Koree i iufiat ihcnv Another over ihn lilsb ground at Moreull to a ua-ilUon that woulii to keep Xho enemy Iroiu tlio tJiert'. On face ol the wood Uty coloat-l took iv, 4.1 uujuouutod runs o[ the S'.raihcmiaf. anvl inado ft [direct attaek 01: (jemuuis wbo. I iivcre irylog to Uicre. Their (ho parly might haw- haJ the enemy not May arllc.'o by KolAO here: ar.-l attached vliirh hs-.I drtit two a- the HAMILTON. DUfF. Including'both "mole" ami "female" i Imc by thrco o'clock'in '.bo tonka shortly appeared on tho BCCUO.] afternoon. A rough combat ou-[ An officer commenting on Ibis en- Ixjnilon, May tanks Vhich raadu thalr first nppcarance on thy vfeaUrn, front durlrK Ike rfccetu. German offensive cania out second best In their Oncmintcra with, the fciore powerful and better managed ttrtlfeli tankai Fuji accounts have frat reached the ItrKlsh general stuff hero ot the ilrBt pitched battle between demon and Ilritlsh tanks in 'which a squadron ol cta.tiennaii.U'anka were routed. The battle i occurred near Villers-Brcton- neaux, south oC the Somme In Flcardy, sued. Female Tanka Tlia JlrJtlfih female tanks, which first were outfought, bui to ttta Associated Press says: the arrival oMho ttcavtcr male JJrlltst lank hr.s Just proved It- ec-lf. ThJ Germans Imo adopted them coruptotely changej Kituaiion the Germans tied after receiving a bad baiting. Meanwhile British had Brought up several ol tlio new fast cruteer type, called Uinks which attacked Iho. enemy's Infantry- posi- tloiiR on a ridge, rolling up tho German lino from the north. H developed that this ridge held by a line ot ma- chine gun posts whtle beyond liu crest a large German torce WHS mass- ing In the open for aa attack. The tanks ran from shell hole to shell hoia inflicting terrible am! com- pletely dIE organized taa onomy'a partitions lor attach. Those eeveu tanks eath with a .ful] crew ol tirenty men, JnflJcted tanks! but there la yet no evidence that the) ;ave any large number avaUilc With Ilicr aisrt which we have in laufc conatrncHcu WQ should lib ublo to con OUP superinrity witliout dlftlcul y. Tho results of our "employment o i-auVfi uvo cnco'irasjlug. In.-v of tiic man. question and o iflcra bewttt trou them In thu fijturt-; Six Qprrann tanks appeared In frontSt; of (he British Itno shortly before noon and started to roll up the flanks oE the British Julnntry positions. A call for help .was sent to the nearest British lank- camp anil a squadron, easualMcs on .Uio enemy, wJiJle tho Procrastination is, the IhieC of iieatth: -Keep yourself well by the timely .use and help of 'S UNIVERSITY KINGSTON ONTARIO ARTS MEDICINE EDUCATION APPLIED SCIENCE Mining, ClitmlnUCMl. Mtchanlcnl lilccdicat Hnirfneerlcg. HOME STUDY Arts Courie with year's attend nee ot funr sumtntr itwiom. Summer Sclioul School JulrtfdAuiQit Occfdltf to April OEO. Y. CHOWN, R.gUlr.r Blotchy Skin Many a.titno you liavo looked intn the mirror that your sliii vrntild io.ltkc other people that yoi XMOMT, "without ;t Thi.i vrlsl can he ynura tor the asking Was! 1AH.D., Uic loifou of he.'-llnff oils, ovc your pimjilos nntl and walte up'Jn tho morning to I In them II. lllglnbolham Sir Ncwc-Ugatff year ago 'iu fln' ealat worth In' Ontario rca raised foHo'H'Itii ronj HUt baa roolv-] section uf n, Syartly cm oft" by rons. Terrific -fit tuJUnp place ing Hutu, lonmuwrB wim rrwicn tin- and the 1185, acUxiff otteu lafaotry aa well if ought i'.ep. Many ol aa horsomea, Iho Canadian has oncuiy Killi'J, rt-fueicjj to tho bagtnnLog ol the ereat Uernian t Burrer.iler. bin u uf aa i i laws I i IVto clocfe. personal estate Ti-a in Quebec Manitoba f 1C.S75. Tiie goes In pharos four spuk; and a daushtar-Ja-latt', :V.- No DIslur'oanSM v London, May lS.---Thcro have been disturbances anywhere la tho country, as for knovn hero, nave Dublin dcapad-li tu tbo Eventng Indeed, the moat ftrlklne feature ot Ite government's ruupo was It swiU- ness--andF nitinta were t kt dumJjfoutJ'Iuirt ilia Hlnn Felnera, boasted smUioiUies were afraid to errest 1'rof. De Vftlera or any other UM -.voold iw die vrlth the smullor fry ul tho organ- Itallott. Leader Arrested Dublin, May IS- Grachly, chairman ol the Itoacomiuou town commissioners, ami president ot Stan Fein nocuttve. also arrep_L- cd. TTie only arrest reported at Cork is a tuaa ni Dairy. -All Sinn Felners Sinn Fe'ia niemters of parliament have In yealedV Dabllo remain.quiet, but there of fen airy coTored lilmaelf with glory u wiil Ike longer In British military history. The recajXuro ot Iho trig wood north of Moreull and the ohfrrgo ot a squadron Into a battery at German mathfue guns, fs, to tiefr cxirarado tn the cavalry corps, lu a wfth Balaclava. The wholo pcradon Is regarded AS tho luoal amous action ot the war. Price Not Excessive must be prepared to tln4 tf fcnr tone gone bnl Ili6 prlco ris not ftidfeslw. la addition in lha tide ol. battlo at laceg In tho forward areas prac- Anilena. GeTiwal Blr] lenry Rawlluaoti, visiting the Caaail- an catalry ou April 3 .addressed each; nit in turn anil told thorn that the' wo woods had recaptured from la anetny, Iho MoreuH and title Wood, tno dorolnatlnsr fea- UTOC. .Uie VPssf'EHlon ol rn-blcu m'glrt t that lULVo been to Hie .efencs ot Aniler.e. N'o other troops, ie BlaU-d, tt'ere available to retako beaa vital poaltloua and their c-our- ga and deterqUtiatlon had turned ttie orluiios ot the iliiy. He said he hm) out a cable to Sir llobert Bqrdea tell- him of the achlereuienta of the natfinn 'Atter CatiadSaa cavalry's atj- nturoa in the French lines Uiey rs- urned ncrthward. WlilSe UIE.V 'ecelyed lofprnJatj.on that the Germans iad' captured SIoxlDrcs, just south o? hp AJnlitni -Royer road and .jvas rap- had takcji_ toll trim s on flic eaatrrn sec- caught tho squadron, eighty SOU ruai'hlne sua about twelve at the hesd ol the valloy, which other jsQU'itlr-j tton of the lait iho in aji Kttempt tn avoid the tire, but for ;i lime ihi-ir position seenicd hnfr-lcss, thj Ueut-enaiil ulii) In cotumaiirl. saw blank in ilu: cutting tho crowa to" places nHh their sahrea. Kelonn- inj. again and ploltly dpMruiTKd lUy Uio ot tr.c ticrinnu army tm 10 hill (rpdt. Then only halt his ho hit cflm-i