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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - April 4, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta THURSDAY, APRIL 4, TOIS LETHBRIDGE DAJlY HERALD Huns Make Some. Advance; French Await Onslaught Lender*, April South tf the River Oemme the Germane laneh-ed heavy attacks sarly thla morning on tha British and Franch forces, saves aUtamant Issued thla venlne, by tha rltleh war office. On tha BeKleh frent tha anamy Food Will Win the War Serva your country and yourself by raising FOOD on the fertile plain of Western Canada. The Canadian'Acifie Railway makes it easy for you to begin. Land* $11 to|30an acre; irrigated land up to $80.* 20 yearn to pay. Loan to assist act tiers on i rrigated landi. Get full particulars and free illus*- t rated literature from AUMMIKIIOM.QN'ilajl CPItUaii CI 1utk>n and prarenU aupendlcitls. The INSTANT, pleasnnt action of Ad-ler-lka surprises both' doctors and pattents.~+J.* D. ftlglnbotham C Co. 8. Frank J. Marshall, aaD~-THE QREATCST ARTISTS, MOST fAMOUS BANDS AND ORCHESTRAS; HELPS YOU TO SINO. DANCE, LAUdH, AND BE KlinrtV. IT IS EASY TQOWN A VICTROL/b-OUH r�Av.AS.VOU-ENJOy PLAN TAKE! CARB sc.T!iATa We L,,T TW0 �>*��'NATION OFFERS-OTHERS AT VARIOUS PRICES ano *mc homc or tmc ywrsou' cvtav sTYU-tvuv mice Hi a$on Vletrsls IX. With six double faeai! (18 Selections) JA inch rtoorda. Terms fttt.fo cash aid H.00 goX" 4 month. I, * two nwusANOs or suoaea fo* VOU TO SHUT ssm �ALMOKAL BLOCK FIFTH ST. S. LETH0RIO0E 1 ---r~^- Vletrola VI. With s(g double faced (12 salee-tions) 10 inch recojrekL Terms |6 00'uash 0%; 15.00 per Sja AA month t 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 atnee the building boom of 1912 and 1913. Much of it ta going to line yards tor farmers' aso. The ooal movement from the Leth-bridge division is almost as heavy as dnjing the winter months. The railways ere stocking up their reserves against the crop movement next (all, iratlt-dealers on the prairies are also buying heavily of Lethbridge domestic opal. One Calgary paper on Wednesday stated that ail the lignite mines IS the province ware closed for lack of orders, hut this certainly doe* not Pfly to the bethbrldge division ac-oeedlag to railway offiefaUa. Incoming Freight. , laooming freight is alao aartlcularly heavy- at thla time, tha machine men, llietor and automobile dealara being iSMely responsible. The wholesalers distributing out of Lethbridge de-Stare business was aaver better, and travellers covering this territory con-flfia this opinion. Altogether the distribution business being done tAjOagb Lethbridge at the present Mine Indicates that the Lethbridge district-wa* never mora prosperous. / �NEW ORDERS Washington, April I,-Under orders aa^t� the xWar Department. Sec-4WtSr>jBaker has directed that In fut-nnforoiataia deaoarnlng Amer-trees in Pimltst, will be made only from tbsvleadQttarteni of pedltlonavy fbree. Information troops at home will be given the war. department as in the DOMINION BLOCK SALE BEHIND SIMPSON CO.'S STORE We Saved $6,000.00 Worth of Undamaged Stock from the Fire and this will all be on Sale for Three Daji- Saturday, Monday & Tues. (April 6th, 8th and 9th) THIS STOCK, WHICH CONSISTS OF PERFUMES, TALCUM POWDERS. FACE POWDERS, CREAMS, tooth PASTES, SOAPS, BOOKS, IVORY GOODS, EBONY GOODS, BRASSWARE, INKS, PENCILS, FOUNTAIN PENS, WRITING TABLETS, GRAPE JUICE, NYALS' REMEDIES IN BOTTLES, WATER GLASS, etc., IS ALL IN GOOD CONDITION (UNDAMAGED). RFMFMRFR  every dollar spent at this sale will save l\i^Tie,muiwiA . you FROM TWO TO FOUR DOLLARS. See Our Ad. In Friday's Paper RED CROSS DRUG & BOOK CO- Nujol the only Remedy to Help in Twenty Years Mr. A. L. Raplee writes the following strong recommendation of Nujol after this effective remedy relieved him from chronic constipation. NUJOL LABORATORIES. STANDARD OIL CO. (New Jersey)* BAYONNE. NJ. Dear Sirs:- 1 cannot speak too highly of Nujol. I had constipation for twenty year*, end Nujol was the first re seedy of all I heve need to help. Yours truly. Bluff. Utah. A. L. Raplee. KTUJOL will relieve you of chronic constipation aa it did * ^ Mr. Raplee. It makes no difference how long you have Buffered, nor what remedies have failed to help you. Get the necessary relief by- the use of Nujol, which helped Mr. Raplee when all other remedies were unsuccessful. Nujol relieves in a gentle, effective way. without griping or unpleasant reaction. It contains no drug; doea not artificially etimulate; and so aids the bowels to act naturally and regularly. Nujol ia a aafe remedy for theayoungest child or the weakeerinvalidV Thousand* now uee Nujol instead of harmful pilla and salt*. Try it yourself and be "regular aa clockwork.;' . . ABSOLUTELY HARMLESS There are no gutatstirfes Mhere is pi\ly Nujol. Manufitttur�4j by STANDARD OIL CO. (NEW JERSEY) BAYONKg MSW MESSY sum it tan tata w bulk If your *u��t hwe'l NUJOL. mJ ' ^ sisb.o.wCTpu.1... ^ ngo enosa oruo a book eo. C���� WHm Ar��. w, H. MeOAffREV CHAHLU GYPS * SON i sji,t P.O. i a ewokWt. 'TA,