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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 29, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta 3 p MAV 8 the boartl of trade meeting last light Mayor Bardie gave the Herald lho lie direct MsJien he declared that here had been absolutely nothing said kr him to the Great War Veterans on Hie subject of the control of the In the Herald quotes from Ihe mnvors letter to the Great War Veterans under date of May one Mel before tho Heralds account of the proceedings at the V meeting on Sunday afternoon thev discussed the Skelton mat SHE WAS ONLILWENTY Yel Suffered with Functional Mid Was Cured Pinkhamt Vegetable Spring For many months I suffered from periodic pmnsl doc tored with our fam ily physician but re ceived no relief then I explained my trouble to another doctor and he ad I vised me to take Pinkhams DO NOI Ml in the case of Captain Skelton it is laid tint 1 am nfraid to reinstate because ho u Mt is also said that the have visited ray louse to influence mo against rutnsUt ne those charges are so utterly ontemptlbli that 1 would not tiiuik jf trying to refute them to any one the o wl uh Skelton U n If bUi i on were reinstated tomorrow he have to be governed by my regj anuoni as 1 am commit rionu iiollcp and in direct Hui just he I would not be ifraM to give nlm tarte blanche authority IIP following in effect since the cany par ot The Regulations shall he no partiality in treatment of offenders against the shall lw no pimps allow Go the limit in deal with thi shall be no painted wom allowed on our streets at any hour if the Any such appearing must bescut out ot town at once if poss ible without any Jf they refuse to go then they must be brought before the police 4 shall be no dance halls tint are not under license or have the ull permission of the mnyor and conn shall bs no tolerance of the liquor traffic in any form yr Gambling shall not be permitted In any part of the This fe a dif ficult phase of what rambling it be prop Soon after taking it I began to notice a change for the and af ter taking six bot ties I am ift perfect and I cannot thank you enough for the relief it has given KATE Bos Spring Tat I fnla Spol ped nati the S now own club the the L of t decl 1ne club Jacl It School girls and girls who are em i nloved at home or in some occupation should continue to suiter tortures at such but profit by tho eSpen i cnce of Miss Lawrence and thousands I of others who have tried this famous I root and herb Lydia Pmk liams Vegetable and found such If compli rite the Lydia Pink The of their 40 years experience in this uubject U nt HO ttced in this city 1 am It this be true it must be stopped even it we have to run the risk of jnakifg no tolerauce to police force o prevent The regulations to the The icity council was in session this j morning as court of revision on the j The feature of the ses sion was a suggestion from the mayor 1 chat it appeared as if the aoealleU 1 semibusiness district south of 5th 1 on 5th and east of 10th on rd would have to be wiped I out Every year there are protests from the owner of residential prop erties in these areas against the high claiming that prop 1 erty is nothing but residential and will Meech requested to make a resurvey of the values of these properties on a purely residential basis and bring in to the council the showing what the reduction as compared to the whole ul The suggestion will not I be finally dealt with until this report i In a great majority of cases in outlying property the matter of equita i bility only was In prac Guns Have Gained Advantngtotli Pdrition With the American Army in German prisoners in cluded from a Havarian and a Silesian some of them ae voting as seventeen or eighteen and others between 45 All were poorly clothed and appeared to be un One of them said he did not want to fight hut had boon compelled garrison at Cantigny was all accounted The men either sur rendered or were The old German lines formed an angle which has now been straightened The Americans have obtained high ground commanding a section of plateaulike May Wolff Bu reau telegram filed In llerlin on Tues day in giving an account of the fight ing along the Cheniln des j briefly mentions that among the pri soners taken from the British were a number of American Dont Minimize May Reuters Ot tawa The newspapers do not seek to minimize the formidable nature of the success which has brought the1 Germans in the Aisne region further south than they have been since the beginning of the trench warfare in but none takes the alarmist views which were widespread two months Regret is expressed that thex allies have lost positions which they worked so much to main tain and and it is feared that many heavy guns have been Were Atl May cri tics in the Berlin press admit they were surprised at the choice of Chemin des USmes for the new Ger man offensive on the western and they declare it is obvious the entente allied commanders likewise were The critics assert that exhausted English divisions recentlyl Were as signed to the Champagne positions ob viously to permit them to have need ed rest and the commentators are jubilant over the assumption that the reserves of General Foch are far The German newspapers give alleged statements of British and French pri soners admitting their surprise was RYLANDS DRESSES SUITS SEPARATESKIRTS HOUSE DRESSES Blue and White Striped House in a style with collar of plain bluo whltte Well CA and good HOUSE DRESSES Pine striped or checked percale In light or dark Good washing material made with threequarter sleeve and collar of All Very 1 CA HOUSE DRESSES Made of plain blue rtiambray In striped Well finished and very neat style with small round col lar which fits close up at the J 1 e I HOUSE DRESSES Ladles House made from good quality of wash gingham 111 stripes and Good full Collar and cuffs of plalnTchambray and trimmed white pique and J AA pearl At teW LADIESVESTS Ladles Knitted cotton vostii In no sleeve suitable for Rummer extra special value when you consider values as they are Wednesday morning Special BLACK SATEEN UNDERSKIRTS Ladles black sateen made from good quality of material and good full and sneat Worth 1Q Wednesday Morning Special 1 1JF EXTRA SPECIAL SUIT SALE A limited number of Ladles Cloth In lln and They suits fire all well made and coald not be purchased wholesale at their retail prices today because of the scarcity of all but the stylos not just the newest so wo cut the price to about onethird their price and clear up the Values up to A AA For CREPE POPLIN Fancy Crepe Popllh In sofj plain shades of and suitable for nnil A material that always gives good wear Inches 991 yarfl JERSEY SILK splendidquality of plain colored Jersey Silk In all the best such as black This material IB suitable for odA summer suits as well as a trimming 36 Inches 2 SILK CREPE Washable Silk Crepe in flesh white nultable for Easy to launder and lull 3fi Inches wide CA yard leilv SUIT SALE faMorrow RYLANDS THE BUSY STORE TWO VIEWS OF NEW TWIN ROAD GRADER OF SEN OUT 610 and careful considera shall be no blood mon ey policing in this shall be no stool pigeon on our police farce excepting in extreme To commit a crime to detect one is repugnant to me and I to most citiz x These will show that boot have no in this city under our police There is absolutely no restraint upon the police in respect to these The above is clearly a discussion of the mayors attitude on the ques tion of vice in the city and the Her ald has no apologies to make in print ing the report of the meet ing on a report which was given to the Herald by a member of the and accepted by good property had entered no The protest that the assessment was too high covered about 75 per cent of the The court of revision has taken no i action as to the appeal of the R concerning coulee It win likely be a week before the court of revision arrives at a final decision on and until that time the tax rate cannot be Aviators De Vienna and Lorgnat flew from Paris to London and back in a hydroairplane in three hours and ten carrying It was the first trip in connection with an aerial postal service between Eng land and which is being or Damage to extent of was to the plant of the Cana dian Car and Foundry Company at Fort The fire broke out from an unknown cause in a building used for storing paints and the valued at being a total and about one half of the valued at being sal vaged jay the good work of the fire Five men died in from poisoning due to the use de natured alcohol In near The dead are Charles f9r mer assistant city clerk Dennis Foley a returned soldier William night clerk of a local hotel AUKUS tus a hotel porter andJos eph a returned Ray mond son of a hotel pro is being held in connection with the I To date the labor bur j eau in charge of Weir here has i sent out 610 farm laborers this according to figures gathered by the board of figures show that during March 312 men called at the office in the board of trade building and 182 were sent in April 504 called and 292 were sent out and in May 263 called and 136 were sent I a total of 1079 called of whom 610 aecured jobs through the COLIN of appointed honorary colonel Winnipeg Womens Volunteer WOJfl EN CANADIAN MEDICAL I Frank until the entry i of the United States into war in the chair of medicine at Ruah Medical now in charge of the reconstruction work for the American will deliver an address on Medical Impressions o the day which will deal largely with his work in con nection with preparations for the care of returned American at the Canadian Medical Congress in Hamil May 27th to June Dispatches today tell of wound ing of Prank of Cardeton with the American forces in Aldridge enlisted some time ago with the th and has been in France for some j He was severely wounded in the re cent righting in which the were heavily His relatives Hive at AMERICAN TUG SUNK I May American tug on her way to New sank at 2 oclock this morning in Gaspe All crew was but ff ff INTRODUCE GERMAN tifei ewily if tnd worn net vouiofr who to fill of A REASON FOR EATING kE8S Canadians havu raleu nearly twict as much whual per lirtyl LIB lln rest ot the Have whuat and aid in preveutius world May Reu ters Ottawa con nection with the recent mutiny in the Austrian fleet it is sig nificantly reported that the Austrian government is open ing a nautical school at Trieste for This is taken to mean that German discipline is to be introduced in the Aus trian For Pain in the Back PILLS Also for Swollen Con stunt yriwry itpU JlUJJer and ot the t 131 One of These Cars Must Wait Unless YOU Act At Once J ONT let this situation It is By getting in your West ern coal at once you will relieve the congestion on the railways following the Alberta today ia ready to the coal required for tHe Prairie but cannot do this unless orders come in AT ONCE and delivery is made to the There is not enough storage space available anywhere to take care of the quantity of coal Saskatchewan and Alberta unless you towo your coal dealer fill your bins at Every car of wheat we can move to the floaboarii it a ping stone to Victory and Order your coal today for yourown sake and the sake of the Every car of Alberta Coal is Government ORDER COAL NO Government of the Province of Alberta UOHK for ;