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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - May 29, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE EIGHT rim tETtlBBlDGE DAIL\ HEBALD WEDNESDAY, MAY 2ft, lt)18 VICECONDIIIONSIIi CITY WITH VE At the bonrd of trailo iiirriiiijx last light Mayor Hiinito giivp the Hcrnld Iho Ho ilfroKt Ydifn Iw iicil;irpii that UioFR liail bren lUifoliiU'ly r.oililii^ snlii iy bim to Uio Dreot Wiir Voloraiis on tlio subjpft of till) roiitrol "f tho leerojratod illstrlct 111 nnswer, ilia Herald quolp? fioiu Uu' miiyor'a lottcr :o the (.Jioat War l'c:-tnriuil. 'It is also said that tluv; jCH'tlKLTiiiTs. . I'.ave vifitod luy -iDiisc 10 inilufiuc iiu' acalust roiiistat- : JIR ("a.lil. J^kcUcin. "B'.illi thi'so cluii's ("., W. V. A. of \v!u>.iil L'apl. Slifltoii i-i a iiu'inlmr. If fjUi-'c-,011 wrro rcinstaicil tomorrow Uo I �.Diilil liavo to bo soveriu'd Ijy my rc.^-; j';ii;oiiK a.-cala;l(in.-; t'i.ir '.r.w,'� �pO'-'ii ill offovt .-liin' tlie i-ar'.v \nv; ji ' It'!,;: , . , The RegidaSlons 1-Tliere .siial! \w no jiartiality iu :lii^ ireatnu-nt of offeiuiers a.^ainst the ' ;a IV. -There shall be no "iiiiui).' iIa.-;>. -There shall ne no "paiiiteir vvoiii-. ^n" allo-.veil on our streets at any lion;' )f the day. .-'iiiy saeh apiiearini; must be sent on' of town :il once if poss-hie -.viilioiK any luihliiity, ihey refuse to {; liien they nnis; lie SHE WAS ONLHWENTY Yet Suffered with Functional Disorder and Was Cured by'Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound. SprinR Valley, 11). - "Formany months I suffered frorn periodic piiina-I doctored with our fam-ily physician btitre-ceivetl no relief- then I explained my trouble to another doctor and he ad-visivd me .to tako liVdia E. Pinkham's V"opetable Compound. t?oon after taking it I began to notice a change for the better, and after t-ikinff B'lK bottles 1 am in perfo:t health, and I cannot fiiank you enouph for the relief it haa piven me."-Misa I'Cate L.^wrencg, Bos ?J5, Spring Valley, 111. School girls and f?t\s who aro em-ploved at home or in some uccupation should not continue to sulTcr torturea at mch times, but profit by tJio eSpcri-cnco of Miss Lawrence and thousands of others who h.ive tried this famous root and herb remedy, Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound, and found relief from such sutTerinf:. If complications exist %vrite the Lj-dia E. Pink-ham Medicine Co., Lynn, Msis. Tho r->sult of tlieir 40 years exiwrience in advi.�ing girl* on this tiubject is ut youjt ser.iee. DO NOI MINIMIZE Hears- Guns Taken-^Americans Have Gained AdvantngeotiS Position yCE.IHEM 10 RESIOENM BASIS bniMglit before the poliie ina.E;;siraie. 4.---There siuiU be no ilanie halls that are not niuier license or have the ."nil pfTSnissioii of the nii'.yor a'.id eonii-;-i!. -There shall b.^ no tolt-ranee of Ihe liniinr traffic iu any shape. lopn 3r fashion. I'l.-Gambling shall not be p.^TiHiucd 111 any part of the I'lty. This a dif-fieulr pha.se of polieins- ^vhat iiamblinK is. eannot, it seems, be properly defined, hut "deeoyins" is prae-tked In this liiy 1 am told. If this be true it must be stopped even if we have to run the risk of mabl^ig mis-tnke.s. ' 7.-There th Avtiiue on oth St. and east of lOlh St. on .'trd Ave. would have to be wiped oiit. Kvery yp.ii- there are protests from the owner.- of residential prop-: eriie.s in these areas against the high I assessnients. claiming that the-prop-er:y is nolhing but residential and will . be nothing else for years to come. .Assessor Meech V'as requested to make �a re-smvey of the values of those ' properties on a purely residential basis, and bring iu to the council the figures showing what the reduction I would mem .is compared to the whole ; assessment. The suggestion will not j be finally dealt with until this report i is. received. { In. a peat majority of cases in I outlying property the matter of etjuita-! bility only was considered. In prac-I lically ovfjry case the assessment was I confirmed as the owners of adjoiniug j property had entered no appeals. The I protest that the as.sessmeut was too high covered about To per cent of the apiieals. The court of revision has taken no [ action as to the appeal of the C. P. R. loncerning coulee lands. It will ['likely be a week before the court of I .-evi.^io.'i ar.-ive.s at a final decision on all appeals, and until thaf time the tax rate canuot be struck. With the American Army in Franco, .May :;s.~Tho German prisoners? included men. from i\ Havarlan and a Pilesiau regiment, some of them an young as seventeen or elghleoit and others hot ween -15 imH 50, All were poorly clothed and appeared to be underfed. One of them said he did not want to fight but had been compelled to do so. The garrison at Cantiguy -.vas all accounted for. The men either sur-rtiidered or woro killed. Tho old German lines formed an angle which has now been straightened �Ut. The .-Americans have obtained high ground coininnnding a section of plateau-like country. U. S. Doctors Taken. Amsterdam. May 29.-.\ Wolff Bureau telegram filed iu Uerlin on Tuesday in giving an account of the fighting along the Chemli> des Dames, briefly nieiitlons that among the prisoners taken from the British were a nuniber of American doctors. Don't Minimize It. Loudon. T\lay 'JSL-(.Via Reuters Ottawa Agency.)-The newspapers do not seek to minimize the formidable ipiture of the success which has brought the Ciermans in the Aisne region further south than tlioy have been since tho beginning of the trench warfare in 1914, but none takes the alartnlst views which were v>ldes|iread two months ago. Regret is expressed that the, allies have lojt positions which they worked so much to maintain and develop and it is feared that many heavy guns have been lost. Were All Surprised. Copenhagen. May UO.-Military critics in the Berlin press admit they were surprised, at the choice of the Chemin der, UiVmes for the new German offensive on the western front, and they declare it is obvious the ent�ite allied commanders likewise were surprised. The critics assert that exhausteil Knglisli divisions recentlyl iTere as-t--|gned to the Chamiiagne positions obviously to permit them to have needed rest and the commentators are jubilant over the assumption that the" reserves of General Foch are far away. The German newspapers give alleged statements of British and French prl-sonei'.s aiiniitfiuff their surprise was complete. SPECIALS IN HOSIERY W^%7W A\7r\0 JP /^r\ GLOVES, UNDERWEAR i\ I Ju/il\JLf^ OC CC/. COATS, DRESSES SUITS SEPARATE SKIRTS HOUSE DRESSES Blue and White Striped Qinghnm House Drcssc9�.Madn In n belted atylo with collar of plain bluo chnmbray, and whltb vesting. Well mado O Cti and good fitting. At .. .....r^CitOU HOUSE DRESSES Fine (drilled or checked percale in light or dark colors. Good washing niBterinl. made with Ihrcp-quiirter sleevo and collar of plaltt shades. All ai'/ea. Very special, HoiJisE DRESSES JIadb of plain bhio Chnmbray in striped gingham. Well finished anil very neat style with small round collar -which fit.s close up at the ^ lyp nock. ,Onlv ................. l�fu HOUSE DRESSES Ladles' House DreBaes, made from Rood tiuallty of wash Bingham In stripes and checks. Good full sizes. Collar and cuffs of iilain^^hambray and trimmed .with white pique and ^ qq LADilES'VESTS Ladlos' Knitted cotton voata In no sleovo style, sultnblG for summer wear. Thoro nro extra spbclal value when you consider vBluoH aa they are today. Wednesday mornlnB *}f\f .Siieclnl ............................................... (6wC BLACK SATEEN UNDERSKIRTS Ladles' black sntoen underskirts, mndn from good quality of miiterlal and good full sizes, and ^ neat frill. Worth j ?1.S5. Wednesday Morning Spcciul 1.50 ' pearl buttons. M ____ EXTRA SPECIAL ?9 .90 SUIT SALE $9 .90 A limited number of Ladles' Cloth Suits in sergc'^Dop-lln and tweed. These suits I'lro all well mnrio and could not be purchased wholesale at thoir reUlI prices today because of tho scarcity of all materlalB, but tho stylos aro not just the noweat so wo cut the price to about one-third their prlco and clear up tho lot. Values up to $25.00, a aa ...........................................�.yu GREPE POPLIN Fancy Crope Poplin in soft plain shndes of groy, Joffro blue, groon, and taupe, HUitablo tor dre.sseii and buIIh, A material that .".hvays gives Kond wear .:iS inches wide. 9 9C At, ynnl . /................. ti*CO JERSEY SILK A^plendld'quality of plain colored Jersey Silk in all tho best sfindos, such as rose, gold, paddy, black or grey. This material Is suitable for odfl sklHa, summer suita as well as a trlnimlnR .silk, ,'lti Inches wJdo. n ff* At .......................... C�IO SILK CREPE Wnshftblo Silk Crepe In flosh �r white, nultnblo for undorwnar, cnmK soles, etc. Kaay to launder and .fulf ;iip Inches wide. Only, 1 gA yard ....................... i'�aU SUIT SALE To'Morrow RYLANDS & CO. THE BUSY STORE TWO VIEWS OF NEW TWIN ROAD GRADER OF PROV. GOVT. HAS SENT OUT 610 Aviators De Vieune and Lorgnat flew from Parie to London and back in a hydro-airplane in three hours and ten minutes, carrying mail. It was the first trip in connection with an aerial postal service between Bug-land and France, which is being or-I ganized. To date the government labor bur-, eau in charge of J. A. 'sVeir here has I sent out file farm laborsrs this spring. ; according to figures gathered by the ! board of trade. The figures show that ! during March 312 men called at the j office in the board of trade building and 182 were sent out. in April 504 called and 292 were sent out and in May 263 called and 136 were sent out, a total of 1070 called of whom CIO secured jobs through the agency. Damage to ihe extent of ?15,000 was {Tone to the plant of the Canadian Car and Foundry Company at Fort �William. The fire broke out from an unknown cause in a building used for storing paints and oils, the building, valued at $5,000. being a total -loss, and about one half of the contents, valued at $20,000, being salvaged the good work ot the fire brigade. Five men died in Windsor, Ont., from poisoning due to the use of denatured alcohol In "near beer." The dead are: Charles .McArthur, f9r- mer aseistant city clerk; Dennis Foley a returned soldier; William Ryan, night clerk of a local hotel; Aukur-tus Phillip, a hotel porter' and Jos. oph Ryan, a returned soldier. Ray. mond Qiilnton, son of a hotel pro-prletor. Is being held iu connection with tho poisoning. Dispatches today tell of |he �wounding of Frank Aldridge, of Cardston. Alta., with the American forces in France. Mr. Aldridge enlisted some I time ago with the LH S. forces, and i has been in France for some months, j He waa severely wounded in the recent fighting in which the Amer.cans were heavily engaged. His relatives Hive at Cardston. " MRS. COLIN H. CAMPBELL, of Winnipeg, tppolnted honorary colonel Winnipeg Women's Volunteer Kuserve. CANADIAN MEDICAL CONGRESS.! Prof. Frank Billings, until the entry | of the United States' into the, war In 1 the chair of medicine at Rush Medical School, Chicago, now in charge of the reconstnicHon work for the American soldiers, will deliver an address on .Medical Impressions of the day which win deal lavgoly with his work In connection with preparations for tho care ' ot returned American soldiers, at the | Canadian Medical Congress In Hamll- � ton, Jlay 27th to June 1st. v I � AMERICAN TUG SUNK Quebec, May 29.~The American tug Saunders, on her way to New York, .sank at 2 o'clock this . morning In Gaspe IJarbor. All her crew was sle^ng but escaped. Kf : i> C INTRODUCE GERMAN DI3CIPL1NE. London, May '29.--(Via Reuters Ottawa Agency.)-In connection with the recent mutiny in tho Austrian fleet It is significantly reported that the Austrian government la opening a nautical school at Trieste for Germans. This is taken to mean that German discipline is lo he introduced iu tho Austrian navy. COnsuMPnoli two i w^k� time in' m� 54 Verhtad Pee Annvm 90 Annunr Kictw JBistw^^ 7149 ;