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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - April 4, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta THURSDAY, APRIL 4, 1918 THE LETHBRIDGE DAJL.Y HERALD -IsmUS* -WMI'Jl -i- ". ' *.........HI" I '�� PAGE NINB Huns Make Some. Advance; French Await Onslaught London, April 4.-8outh of tho River lomme the Germans lanch-ed heavy attack* early thle morning on the British and French forces, say* a atatement isiiued this evening, by the British war office. On the British front the enemy Food Will Win the War Serve your country and yourself by riising FOOD on the fertile plains of Western Canada. The Canadian' Pacific Railway makes it easy for. you/ to -bfgin. Lands $11 to |30 an ocrt; irrigated land ' up to |60,* 20 years to pay. Loan to assist settlers on irrigated lands. Get full-particulars and free illus�--trated literature from mm CAMERON, tlm'l �*>L CP. Mm*, j BPS 1 Sf * East, �ALGARY -fr IMOTHI-no EUBElllkE IT .. ' . . IN LETHBRiDGE There has never been anything ,In Lethhrldgo with flie' INSTANT action of simple buckthorn bark, glycerine, etc., as mixed in Adler-i-kn. ONE sroONPUL flushes tho ENTIRE bowel tract .so .completely it relieves ANY CASE sour stomach, gas or con* stipatlon and prevents aiupendiicitis. The INSTANT, pleasant action of Ad-ler-i-ka aurpriieB ' both1 doctor*, and p.itierits.-fj". "D: Higinbotham & Co., druggiats.-VAdvertisement. enemy made progress in the direction of Hamel and the Bole De Valre. , f On the French front, Immediately on the right of the'British, the Germans, according to the statement, gained ground in the angle between the Luce and Avre rivers. With the British Army in France, April 4.-The Gennan offensive continued to mark time last night -and up to 10 o'clock this morning, no uiovo of importance had been reported. It rained torrents during the night and today tho sky is still heavily overcast. It is the kind of weather which renders the shell torn-fields',of the Somme^rogion most difficult to work over, and for thhr reason the-British are not displeased at the change. v Await Next Assault London, April 4~'(.via Renter's Ottawa Agency).-The- French public are breathlessly -but confidently awaiting the'.resumption of the Ger-man onslaught. Deputies who have re-tnrned to Paris from various constituencies state that" they found no trace of nervousness. (The whole ecwatry is heartened by the latest news from the front ahd'is absolutely confident of the ability of the army to foil the enemy in his. nex^ -move. Meanwhile the German' press is busy counselling Uts-readers notv to -expect too, much. ft"he ..Cologne .Gazette'says that .extra1 ordinary rumors are prevalent in Germany regarding the extent of the Ger* man "victory"- and are .inspired by the enemy who IS' exaggerating the German successes for the purpose ot depressing the masses through disappointment. Tho war correspondent of the Frankfurter Zeitung says that hitherto it The Universal Tractor Has the greatest amount of draw bar power for the Is** amount of weight and fuel fanau'mptlon of any Tract-tor made, it Is ail. Tractor arid a On* Man Tractor. It is made in the largest Tractor Factory/ 4n the world.and,guaranteed to pull B plows In bresklng by The oldest Implement manufacturers in America. W. Keith Bell Agent 1212 Sixth Avenue South VINOl REMOVES THE CAUSE OF CHRONIC COUGHS A Constitutional Remedy That We Guarantee Lagrange, M. C^-"Por years 1 suffered with a. chronic cough, -so' I could not sleeps nights/fend continued to lose flesh. My druggist asked me to try Vinol. It cured my cough, 1 can sleep nights and have gained twelve pounds.. Vinol is the (best tonic, and tissue builder I have ever taken."-W. c.Ren, Lagrange, jft C; We guarantee Vinol lor chronic coughs, colds and bronchitis. Not a patent medicine? formula on every bottle. Your money back.if it fails, J. o. HIGINBOTHAM & CO., LTD. Druggists, Lethbridge Also at the best druggists in all Alberta towns. 1^ Yroyal^ u^eastJ^ has been impossible to-exactly-estimate the 'German losses, but it is unnecessary to jump at conclusions that ;U)cy are enormous because the vie tory was difficulty He states that the enemy's resistance is hardening, and has been favored by the stormy -/and. rainy Jweathcr .that greatly hampered the offensive operations. . . . The war expert of the-German-Swiss Zurich Poste says that Germany has been unable to hinder the carefully planned deployment of the Anglo-French reserves and the continuance of the violent attacks demand intense sacrifices. The Frankfurter Zeitung attacks Von Hindnnburg for attempting to override the reichstag. It appears* that Von Hindenburg telegraph ed tiie vice-president of the reichstag as ' follows: "The fresh sacrifices of blood forced upon us have not been made for nothing. I know that the reichstag understands this and. - that ' it will champion a strong German peace." The Frankfurter Zeitung says: "With all respect and admiration that we treat a commander with, we feel that Von Hindenburg's intervention in politics is the most serious thing for tho' fatherland as yet. He is encouraging the pan-German annexationists, who are already exploiting the western offensive for the purpose of altering the reichBtag's war aims." Duplicate Marne Victory � Baltimore, April 4.-Marshal Joffrfc'a victory at the Marne in 1914 will be duplicated by General ' Foch,'-Count Chttrles De Chambyeun, counsellor of the French embassy, predicted today in an address! delivered on the occasion of "French Day"..'; at .Baltimore'* '"Qyor There" WEbcrty. Loan Exhibition. With the heroism of sublime faith and the- determination which,' brings victory; he _ declared, France faces thafadst formidable attack" that tlie world has seen since the inroad of Attijla. What the., .fienecal did in defeating the scourge of God, what Joffreo succeeded' in doing in 1914, General Foch will" do tomorrow.^ BIAC The folks here at home don't realize how badly soldiers want gum. Send Adams Black Jack to your friends and relatives in uniform. A stick a day keeps a cold away. Every time you buy Black Jack for yourself, buy it for a soldier. I MADE IN CANADA PL takes job Van Formerly Resident in Pinched Creek District and Well Versed Farming Calgary, April 4,-Mr. H. Higgin-botham, the recently appointed secretary: of the V. V. A., took over his new duties on Monday last. Although for the past three years on the staff of the Grain Growers' Guide of Winni-, peg, Mr. Higginbolham was formerly a resident' of Alberta^ where he was engaged-for a time in "farm work with his "brother at Pincher Creek, later accepting a position as press gallery reporter on one of the Edmonton daily papers, where he remained for throe years, and later still taking a ;tw� year* course at the Olds school of agriculture.. I2ver since leaving Alberta Mr. � Higinbotham has -kept in close touch-with the province, since ll)B work as field representative of the Guide has necessitated his making several trips a year covering the wholo of the three prairie provinces, thus enabling him to see something of the work of the' farmers' associations in all the - provinces. ... Is Well Equipped WitUptJiis intimate knowledge of farm cBmlitions in Alberta added to {-Ua' Journalistic experience and business training, Jitr/ /Higginbotham is particularly well fitted for his new position. curIIme takes over duties I red cross drus & book co-'s 3-DAY MONEY SAVING ALE of acadia block Work on rebuilding the Acadia block will be commenced just as soon as all insurance matters are adjusted, and the contract can be let, and It is hoped that it will be ready for occupation once more by July. Clarke and Co. have secured the lease of the whole ground floor and basement of the new. store, according to an announcement made to the Herald this mtfrping by Mr. Clarke. A frnain front/ entrance .with fine large show .'windyNya^stretching across the front ortaeTWifcck wlli be a feature of thfrne^stot^ Another feature lndi^ eating' t^e Importance JJr. Clarke attaches to thittorge- coUtatry trade is that 'a beaiittfOtty' tmtehed rest rooni with, totiet,/tjjpfieft-jvtU be included 4n Ibe'pl^ns.i^-ftiffberavailable not only for coiintrpcuBtoipers but for-the cQftyenienca of town Ja!Ustomer^_/ as wall. Mr. Clarke expects to leave for thV east shortly on a buying- trip, and hopes' to he-able'to open before the big amalgamated fair and stampede in July. -~^r~ Lieut.. Matheson of Edmonton arrived here last, night to take over trje dutie's pf stenographer at the" A/A.P'. headquarters, the position vacated: by Mr. Ritchie v/ho has gone to the wild land tax department; Lieut.. Matheson is one of the original Princess'PatA. enlisting fit Kd monton as"a" private just after the out-' {-break of the-.war'. He reached the trenches in-December, 1914, and was; on active  service': with'" the' unit for 13 months and 1.3 days, going-through* the second battle of Ypres and other heavy engagements during 1915. At .end of this service he was granted f commission and returned to Canada, being attached to the 138th Battalion, then to headquarters staff of District No. .13, and then to the Cyclists, going to England hi charge of a draft, In England he was sent to the hospital and operated on for appendicitis and. then returned to Canada - and dls charged. ' �  f Pure Chewing Gum # WANTS EXEMPTION FOR HIS TWO-SONS Toronto, April 2.-Edwin Hill, prea ident of the Toronto Plate Glass Company and one of the elders of tho College Street Ecclesia. of the Christadal-phians appeared before Mr. Justice Roso at Osgoode Hail this morning to seek exemption for his two sons,'Arthur Ernest Hill, aged 26, and Alfred Hill, aged 28. Frank J. Marshall, another , Christadelphian also sought exemption. Judgment was reserved. iTWENTY BRANCH STOK ESi THE VICTROLA- BRINGS TO YOUR HOME MUSIC FOR EVERY MOOD-THE GREATEST ARTISTS, MOST FAMOUS BANDS AND ORCHESTRAS; HELPS YOU TO SING, DANCE, LAUGH, AND BE MERRY. IT 18 EASY TO, OWN A VICTROLA-OUR PAY,A8YOU-ENJOy PLAN TAKES CARE Of THAT. WE LIST TWO COMBINATION OFFERS-OTHERS AT VARIOUS PRICES AND TERMS, "the home or wt vicnnA4 EVERV STVLE-EVERY PRICE Tit client Vlctrola IX. With six double facer?. (12 selections) 10 inch records. Terms $10.00 cash add .16.00 per month .. For This Time of Year-Both Incoming and Outgoing - Freight *ND th0usan0s OF RECORDS FOR YOU TO SELECT HRQK ]Ci�Uce $84.40 BALMORAL BLOCK FIFTH ST. S. LETHBRIDGE ---Tr^-v Vlctrola -VI. With six doub)e faced (12 selections) 10 inch records;. Terms and- n^;.v;.$46.90 Transportation,business in Southern Alberta these days is setting a new styles according* to local C;P.R.' officials. As a rule'-April is the begin-nUM of a somewlist dull season, but the very opposite, is the case this yeaf, "and the C.P;R. li finding It very nar4 to secure enough cars to move the limited amount of grain being shipped from the elevators. The shortage of cars for the movement of jgrain has been, brought about by the ru�b ihtranaporttng farm implements and seeaj grain, which are given the preference. Coal also is a preferred commodity. " The heavy movement of lumber from the B.C. lumber camps is another feature of the spring business on the railways. More lumber is moving today than at any time since the building boom of 1912 and 1913. Much of it is going to line yards for farmers' use. The c6al movement from the Lethbridge division is almost as heavy as during the winter months. The railways "are. stocking, up their reserves against the crop movement next Call, while dealers on the prairies are also buying heavily of Lethbridge domestic ccal. One Calgary paper on Wednesday Stated that all the lignite mines In the province were-closed-for lack of orders, but this certainly does not, apply?to the Lethbridge division ac-. carding to railway officials. Incoming Freight. Incoming freight is also particularly heavy at this time,' the machine men, tractor and automobile dealers being largely responsible. The wholesalers distributing out of Lethbridge declare business was never, better, and travellers covering this territory confirm this opinion. Altogether the distribution business being done through Lethbridge at the present lime indicates that the Lethbridge district-was never more prosperous. '�''�.'.,,  � Dear Sirs:-' ' N  I cannot speak too highly of Nujol. 1 had constipation for twenty years, and Nujol was the first remedy of all I have used to help. Yours truly. Bluff. Uuh. A. L. Raplee. XTUJOL will relieve you of chronic constipation as it did * ' Mr. Raplee. It makes no difference how long you have suffered, nor wha t remedies have failed to help you. Get the necessary relief by the use of Nu'jb'l, which helped Mr. Raplee when all other remedies were, unsuccessful. Nujol a gentle, effective way, without,griping or unpleasant reaction. 11 contains no. drug; does not artificially stimulate; and so aids the bowels to act naturally and regularly. Nujol ia a safe remedy for theeyoungest child or the weakesf'invalid. Thousand*'now use Nujol instead of harmful pills-and salts. Try it yourself and be "regular as clockwork.'* .....,........... ABSOLUTELY HARMLESS There are no substitutes-Mhere is (fitly Nujol. v Manufactured by STANDARD OIL CO. (NEW JERSEY) . BAYONNE . N�W JERSEY NUMl If NUta WID IN SULK K your dtugfut bust N(j|OL, wwd $1.00 for win� pint, to Canadian Selling Agent, . ' CHARUCS GYOE & SON P.O. Box S75. Montna I A fcoollat. "The Doctor Say. ipailad on raquctt. red cr088 drug A BOOK CO. w. h. McCaffrey kenny * ALLIN j . d. higinbotham & CO f. hedley drug CO. JACKiON * CO. Nllj Ol for constipation litliliiKl 1223761?12?16183485431?192738?43171930 999? ;