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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - April 1, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta MONDAY. APRIL i 1018 fHE LTTHBWDGE DAILY HERALD PAGEOTB mans Are Making Little HOW TO GET RID ABATTOIR TO BE eadway Toward Objective I!rlii4h Army Headquarters in i.mciJ Ai>r. 1.-Tlie Immediate objective/of the Hermann In their at-tucks nelow the Homme undoubtedly Is ilii-l Paris Amiens railway which nr.i iI^hp to tlx' l�Btt 1 line. They both occa bark. Headquarter* in evening the acks In quick llrltlHh lines Albert, bin on the enemy was thrown Your Rheumatism The twists and aches of rheumatic sufferers usually .yield to the rich oil-food treatment in tHULSIONU when everything else fails. Besides helping U> purity and enrich the blood Scoff's strengthens the functions to throw off injurious adds and is especially beneficial during changing seasons! Many doctors themselves ta Score's. You Try SXott a Bawmc. Twmto. Ont. ficial during *l1 SEED AND TABLE POTATOES For Sals In Car Lots; Also TIMOTHY AND PRAIRIE HAY Writs for Prices: Kenneth R. Simpson ft Co. ' CALGARY, ALT A. Dealer in Potatoes, Hay, Cage, Ete. At two o'clock yestorday afternoon, the German* made a heavy attack between Moreull and ftemnin. Fierce fighting followed. The at tacking troops gradually forced thejr way forward until they penetrated the larg" forest lying northeast of Moreull. A i little later the German? were reported to be entering Hangard and to ho moving wentwafd along the Luce river. Armored Motors British Army Headquarters in France, Apr. 1.-Canadian armored motor car* with rapid-flrerH have played an Important part In checking the German rush. I'p to the time of the pre/ent battle they were used but little, hut lit the taut ten day* these cars have performed valuable work. Kreouontly they bare held up large bodlen of German troop* on being rtifthed to threatened parts of the ffont. Their presence ban had a j wonderfully steadying effect on the Hrltish lines. I Carried a Wood I London. Apr. 1.-The attack ye3-! terday afternoon by means of which the Germans managed to penetrate to the wood northeaat of Moreull wan pressed by forces which moved forward in clouds from the direction of Vrely and Hoiicliolr. Renter's eorres-liondent at Hrltlah headquarters reports. The Hrftish artillery concentrated on their lines but their impetus took them Into the wood.  Since the extreme southerly part of the British line was slightly pressed back on Saturday, evening, it has apparently maintained Its new positions, the correspondent adds. The two attacks delivered west of Albeit last evening came at an Interval ot only a qaurter of an* hour, at �i.30 and fiM5 o clock. Though the assaults were launched determinedly they were beaten back with heavy losses. Huge Hun Losses  Washington, April 1.-A French official estimate of the German losses in tfie great battle on the western front puts their total at-between 276>j 000 and 300.000 men. The Germans are sending most of their woanded to Belgium, It Is declared, to conceal front OF RHEUMATISM 'Wttlm" Point tie Way to Quick Relief Vkrosa, Ont. "1 suffered for a number of years vrllji Rheumatism and severe Paint in my .Side and fiatk, caused l>y strains and heavy lilting. Wlicn J had given ii|> bops ofj�ver bring well again, a friend recommended 'Fruit-a-tives' to mo arid after using the tint box I felt so much better that I continued to take them ; and now T am enjoying the best of health, thanks to your wonderful fruit medicine". W. M. I.AMPSOy. "Fruit-a-tives" are sold by all dealers at fiOc. a box, 6 for i'J.fiO, trial sizo 2.V.-or sent postpaid by Fruit-a-tives Limited, Ottawa. Will Erect Up-to-Dafe One Here -Increasing Hu�ine�* of Company After long years of waitlsjg, l.eth-brldge Is to have an up-to-date abattoir. Manager Shaw of the |>. Hums Co. announced this morning that work would be. started immediately on the erection of a small but up-to-date abattoir together with feeding pens for finishing stock, on n site near the C. I'.R. stockyards ca;n of Henderson Park. The company lias completed a dejil for acres of land from the C.P.U. adjoin ink' the park and the stockyards. Yards will also be built In roanectlon with the abattoir, ami tho company will maintain a buying l^rvlce fdr the TUESDAY'S GROCERY SPECIALS Good No. 1 White Mealy Potatoes, per 100 lbs. O Of? Tuesday .......... .................. faiJJ Finest B. C. Sugar, per 20 lbs. Tueiday ..........................v B. C. Cooking Onions, 7 lbs. Tuesday .......................... Donalco Pure Coffee, 1 lb. tins. Tuesday...... Tuxedo Baking Powder, 16 ot. Tuesday ........................... 2.25 25c 50c 25c Finest Winesap and New Town Pippins. Tuesday, per case .................. Purity Flour. No. 1 white. 98 lbs. Tuesday .......... ................. Jubilee Matches, large packet. Tuesday............................ Finest Large Roasted Peanuts, lb. Tuesday ......................... Handy Sixa Tins Criico, each Tuead. y ........................... 2.75 6.25 25c 30c 40c Deliveries Every Hour iSl Sir Robert Borden has called another sitting of the cabinet council for 3 o'clock tnls afternoon whin the situation as it has developed will be considered. The militia authorities, In commenting on the, sending Qt� General Lessard' from Halifax to Quebec, today stated that he has full authority to deal with (he situation should the developments he serious. It is Aoped. however, thst there will be no renewal of the disturbances. It Is understood that the number ot troops at present in Quebec Is about 2.00Q. Bordsn Cant Dslsy Toronto, April 1.-"The Quebec riots demand a season ot plain speech from Ottawa," saya the Toronto Telegram. "It Canada is not entirely des- Wflllam Fox will present tonight in this city a film drama which has already come to be known as the pride Berkeley, CsL-1 Irritable, no sppetite, could not sloop, sad was always tired, so nay hoass work was a gresf edort. After many other medicines had failed Viae) built mo up and made ma strong. I have a good appetite and sleep wslL Every nervous, weak, aDJng woman should try it."-Mrs. H. Edmunds, sxo7 Dwight Wsy, Berkeley, CaL We ask every nervous, weak, rundown, ailing woman in this town to try this cod liver and iron tonic on our guarantee to return their money if it fails to help them. J. D. HIGINBOTHAM A CO., LTD. Druggists* Lethbridge Also at the best druggists in sll Alberta towns. MAJESTIC TONIGHT At SJ30 AND TOMORROW RIGHT, For Chsrlty Mr. Richard Hindu and Party IN HIS EXCELLENCY THE GOVERNOR Populsr Priess .. 75c. 60c, 28c All Beats May Be Reserved. waxy � W+W TV ST WM* F0X PRE*ENTS WILLIAM FARNUM IN A ROMANTIC DRAMA OF 0"?SiUM-"BATTLE of HEARTS" Ing Tonight picture play of rare artistic msrlt. Also s two-reel L-KO Comedy. ggss sad tor grovn-aps plainly ed o� the bottle. Look oaretnlly sad sas that It Is mads by the "CaJMornla fig Imp Compsny.''->~Advertlsep�gt AIv?H0R4)0rUU)S0N UME POPULAR OinvKE Csawtda It Gsbajpfw For fall liwsrmstktn ggghjute Agiiwa sr Csmaasys Ovtlss. ftw^sV Bi, tltute ot genuine members of narlia ment. Sir Robert Borden will be sud- denly brought to the end ot sn sra of shuttle snd silence in relation to the MHIUry Service Act. The road of good faith Is the road tftat must be travelled by the Union government snd Sir Robert' Borden. Canadians went to the polls snd gave Sir Robest Borden a mandate to enforce the Military Sorvida Act lu every province. Canada's house ot commons should publicly discuss ^s�progrsss that Is being mads la titf fulfUsjMQl of that mandate. Quefise Is aot to. bo conciliated by tho deeei-tloa of rroabh-Canadlans who saasarted script tea and the saalteilVWaon Caaedtaia who opposed UMUMIHtary Borvice Act, Quebes Is aot te-ba.coa-elllftod by tactics w^lehdelada Lea-rter and his Bnti-coasertatloniat cm* with Iks Mt thgt Sir Robert Bordsa U forced to tructla tor the support of their provincs or that Qee-bac is stUI master aftthadestiay of the Caaadlaa nation." Osrden Pontes it Ottawa, Apr. l.-*-8lr Robert Bos> daft whoa seen this ajteitm* �)�� floated the steti----' saaad Lsvoi ad mate 4i roaaanjt at she go'