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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - April 6, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta the M-vrtmnmr.rc daily m:n\?.n THE LAST RESTING PLACE OF THE VIMY RIDGE HEROES .-Whi'li Kritiicu smashed forward against the Liirettc Ridge, Mi'; lltll" Smii'hi'Z HlfTBlly ran red with loud Now lite ri>�!' Is clean ni;a!ii Inn it runs through �ly under their own iiarape- -and i � ursliippiMt until they died in i!i"ir 'limn-unils l! lows uiion row of linli' earthen iin'iiiiils-upon t'Hi'li mound a cros.-- OVl'l' each ITOHS till' rosette of till' jitilillc -upon each cross only "Cii Incoriiiu." 'i'Ui' men1 Canada-- i mnlng from nvi'!,:".i" *l>"al;iiii; a foreign tongue have i I'd in building that cemetery to la one of rottficlenre. Tor hrrf In the battle lino mi'ii anticipate victory. Thi'tr message to those behind tin m Is ono of hope. They will do their work. It will hi! done well. Tlley i::ik that those lit home, should Hg!>' witli them lie of iheir spirit. Share their courage. Hack them up E pa OF, SF.VF.n Lloyd-George - Anniversary of Entry of U. S. Into War CLEMENCEAU TELLS III Austrian Premier Completely Reversed the Attitude Taken Hy France in Negotiations Ue-ihe1 of and i.-lp-the ' ih ni..l of KorcU'ii M >nver�a t :|}re Dame de Lorotte --in a little space of green--there ie)' I Premier Cli in mean Irjitii of the ass"r'io:i 1st or I 'zi-rnin t !in I a c rerning pc.Kj' had he vvii.;tr:a and Fiance w*i� given Urination. The note loihiv.s: "I'remier cleinenceau, iipmi as illf; til" dufici of pre.-hi.'ill of council, foi:n1 that conversations been enteri'ij into in Swil/.i'Maud initiii:Ive, between c lriebd of and Ciiunianiler late iday. tin V. n suin- tiC! had . nil- Ollllt Km Ar- i(S*l-i oil m>''results, hut which might fur-i nisii useful sources of information 'Commandant Artn.ind thus w i alio. I ed to continue his journey to Sivitzer 1 land, trpon the request of Count Re-I vertata. Instrin  inns were riven M. Fondoii, April t; Premier I.lnyd I (|i oi'ko. teleuraphini- today to the lout mayor of l.ondou on the occasion of a turn Menu f�iven � celebrate Amurii as eiiti' into tiie war said : "HiiririK the nte/tt tow weekn Amer | ba will �;ive the' I'tn-sian military I junta the surprise of the'r lives." ' I ret'itor l.loyd lieorco'.s leleirrnni wlijeli was road to the assembled quests hy the lord mayor said: "The decision of the American pen 'pie that It was th dr duty to join ii I the ureal MniKKl" of fr>'" peoo'.o acain.-.! the atlompt of ovci .vlnl i', r di-s)io'i un to csttililish its own univer J sal dominion by military pi. �..�or w a j one of (lie nifi!:i monieiiions events in ; history. HuritiK the jias? year the-i have been lion li'ij; all their eneruie i to the work of )n epartiI ion. Durir.^ | tit" in"! few woofis A to "i i i a will � j:ivo the I'ru.-siaii military junta tin silt prise of their lives" ' Give U. S. Praise ' I.oinlon. April li. Most of the lead i'ii; ouii.ii i.iI., in this moriniiK For.-don ii'".v-.)iapers are devoted to the ; iinnivor^ary of America'!', entriiine in-i to the war, while the illusMateil pap j ers five prominence tn the pictur. -I of the American soldiers on the west i cm front There is unity in prui" of GIRLS! DRAW A MOIST CLOTH THROUGH HAIR, DOUBLE ITS BEAUTY tlt� achievement in the pant y with which we p.i'i.ji I, ;../,], forward to the ultimate m mil Hinted effort* in ih fetisc ol t and liberties of civilization Greatest Event in H story [.orid'in. April H �- Conituenf im- ,� '.�"' atmivers'irj' ol the > nti.m. � liii- war of tho Fniloil St,.'.-- l..,i I Hubert Cecil, said to the A � n ,.t t l':o-i today; Tait Knocked Out ( Milwaukee. A fir 11 Mitchell, Mtlw.llti iKllt boxer, not. i'. hio 'irlit hnoi k w out over Clonic T.iif. lif;hi-welnht clinniplon of c.inula to-llii'ht in the i ifrht'i routiil of u si iiei!ul�'d ten round The referee stopped tile t'icht t'l ii i o Tall, furl 'n't pin -hiii"ftt f. iJW if the world for pcrlir ps. Mm 1 it and far more Try Thli! H�lr Wavy and B Gets Thick. Gtoity. nutiful at Once. ... , , . ,. ,. -\rtnaiid i.i the preiome of his chief , aJ^rl,",V.,(),1,1 h�"n"1"K:i..v M. Cl-menoeau as follows: out upon llie \ imv Uidiis' j.- a nieiiior- i nl of .-tone, enclosed wiih Cennati! Doomed to Failure i.riuour piercitiK shells and crowned I "Listen and say nnthtnj-. with a vi'eat cross. (Inly a few thiys; "Count Uevertata becominp con-iiRo the commanjer of the Canadian i vinrwi that !iis at tempi to bring-about Corps and Ciencral ilyng. another well I a Certnan peac- was il ti> i bchive | leader, and many men of Can- l failure, in order to fully characterir.e aila and the Km (tire stood here while ' mon,, Sol t read a simple service and of the Dominion drapini? the the flaw iipniotij lead tablet mil F: tl'lti �'.-. and was lified that men iniKlit was writ'tuj on the lconze fpcaih. �ted in memory of e; . i"iaiissloned Officers e:i of iho Canadian C irpa Artillery. Who 'ell duriuK ihe \ imy Operations. Apt.i. i:�ir. Canadian 1 odd Artillery, Koyal Field Artillery, Canadian Oarrisun Artlllwry, l:oyil O-irrlsoii Artillery, Sou h African Field ArWllery. The land tella of death and h> r.f.aii and morn endurance to the Kt-eat end ihat frccdotu may .trlutii|di and civilisation Endure. There are Kt ivi.s beside the guns and near the suits, Muuneis are ep worrying the enemy night and day. VI : Id-th" H" s| : Hi Hi It is routine trench warfare. There is little to report that stands out amidst th" commonplaeeB of the period. Hit* nh;ht after night, under cloudless skies and height moonlight or in blinding MorniH and darkness, our reconnoiter-ing ami buttle patrols ara out in No A'te'H Land. Flares lightoti the land-eiape for n moment and go out. add im; night to nlKlit. Snipers' bullets wliinu through the darkness. .Machine gam chatter across the unclaimed spaces. An enemy raiding party attacks. In held up hy one of our posts, is tepttlsed. The raid lias failed he-fore reaching our wire but two men of the pout are wounded and the third will not return. A party of pioneers ia working in n certain part of the lino. An enemy barrage sweeps that H'oneh With shell. The. dally report gives It ag an incident. The pioneer* know tho cost. The cry of "gas" disturbs the night and the faces of men lire hidden under protecting hrlniu!,, thai turn those who line tho trench into grotesque fliuips of some lerila-uvul luJrror. Men go "over the top" with bullets whining around them, overwhelm an enemy post und stealing through opposing wire are into hostile trenches with Knobkorry's and revolvers, rifles and bombs and grenades for ten minute* ot hell. Then they come back with their prisoners und "ner casualties"-or with tholr prisoners they brink back their own wounded and their dead. A patrol goes out and returns with prisoners- or It may not return. A battery position-shelled Intermittently all day--is shelled again at night. The daily ommunino which tells of inquiry as If Ihoy we"e asking what the year1 would bring forth but tho uiidrriouc ' hi mission, gave Commandant Armand a letter written in his own hand dated February V,. I'HS, the first sentence of which reads: "'During the mouth of Ausust. IhlT, with a view to obtaining Troiu the French governmcau a proposition ',.> Austria which might load to future i peace and be of siuii a nature as to be j sus'u�. i wavy, fluffy, ubundant and appears as aott. lustrous and beautiful as a vomit: girl's after a Danderine hair cl. anvo. Jubt try this-moisten a cloth with a little Danderine and carefully draw i through your hair taking one small strand at a tini". This will cleanse the hair of diist, dirt or excessive oil. and In ]"ist a few moments you have doub ! led the beauty of jour hair A deiuht fill surprise awaits those whose liai-, has loiii liecleeled �r is srrr.KPy. it.d j cd. dry. brittle or thin. Hosiili s beaut 1 ; fyin^r the Danderine dissolves c ery particle of dandruff; cleanses p-y , lfics and fn. igorates the .s-nlp. for ever stopping itching and fallim; 'lair � but what will please you most will hi i after a few week's use wli'ii jiih s . new hair-flee and downy at really new hair griiwini, a!' the scali). If you ca-c for prott , oft hair, and lots of It surely ;� � small bottle of Knowlton s nnnderine from any drug store or toilet counter and just try it. Advertisement. STOP BAKING WHITE BREAD New York, N. Y, April 6.--Baking of white broad and rot's will bo -cuiitlnued throughout tho United Stales alter April n, uccording to an announcement made yesterday at the local office of the Federal Food board. The order requiring bread and rolls after that dut(! to contain at least 2a per cent of substitutes for flour Is expected to bo issued wit any lime. A cadet of tho Iloyal Flying corps was killed at Henhrook. liritisti aviation field. He is the forty-fifth avia tor to meet death since the fields were opened in October. HAVING PURCHASED ALL THE ELDRIDGE RANCH CO. H0R8E3 WE HAVE 30 Head Extra Good Percheron Mares All broke. That can be seen nt BONNELL'S BARN, LETHE-RIDGE. We also have 4') head of good range ware^. Most all in foal hut. no! all broken that cun be sold at the right price. Also 25 Good Yearlings All halter broke and have been Klabied all winter and are in extra good condition. Would like to sell before tbey nave to be turned out. Bonnell & Luckey Livery and Feed Barn Lcthbridga REGISTERED CLYDESDALE STALLIONS FOR SALE m AW AT HA-17233. Foaled 24th May, 1�H. Winner two firat prize* and two diplomas 1917. Sire, Netherplace (Imp.) 13336. Oam, KcU MacOregor, 7998. LORD HARRY 2ND-10716. Foaled, 24th June, 1908. Sir*, Lord Oak-burn (imp.), 7371. Oam, Baroneaa Romeo (Imp.), 14934. Apply: TAYLOR MILLING CO. LETHBRIDQE si il! lb.' i'utlll e AUCTION SALE REAR OF 1216 SIXTH AVE. A. SOUTH On TUESDAY NEXT, APR. 9th AT ,\00 O'CLOCK -FRANK WADDINGTON a i , � WILL SELL BY PUBLIC AUCTION A3 ABOVE A QUANTITY OF USEFUL HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE Including: AMraetive dining suite in mission oak. oomiirlning buffet, chairs and ext> nsjin table; mi.'i-lon oak oiianional table; sanitary lounge: good quality earner square; child's erilCcomplete; larKo size i liE BULLS ARE IN GOOD CONDITION, SEVERAL OF THEM 1,1 SHOW FIT. THEY WILL BE SOLO 07 PUBLIC AUCTION. EXHIBITION GROUNDS, CALGARY ON THURSDAY, APRIL 11 AT 10 A.M. AtVONIG THESE ARE BULLS OF BPEEDING FIT TO HEAD A PURE BREO HERO. THEY WILL BL OTABLED IN THE BARNS OCCUPIED BY THE ANGUS CATTLE AT THE BULL SALE. AUCTION SALE AT THE LETHBRIDGE SALE AND FEED BARN THURSDAY, APRIL 11th AT 1 00 O'CLOCK SHARP STALLIONS 2�:,. Hla-k. eight yearn Born June 15th, 1011. 1. French draft Mallion, Lafayette, old, u sure foal potter. About lsuu lbs 1 Clyde st'lii"!!. Iliinure-tJold (lSStlfi). White fai e and white les-i. About 17eu lbs. 1 Crude tstalllon. brown color, years old. about lfiOO lbs., and broke in work and a sure foal neiter. } tirade Clyde stallion, 1 years, about ITrtfj lbs., sure foal getter and broke to work. 1 urmlp I'ereheron stallion, iibout lsi'm lbs., t; years old and a Blire foal setter. 1 Standard Hred Stallion, ltnssetl Wihlniont. No. fitflOfi, 7 yeafl old, a .-ire foal getter, and broke to harness. 1 Standard Hred Stallion. 7 years old and has appeared a wonderful hri i'der for lar^e stock and is also speedy. Also 20 head of Mares, from 2 years old up to 5 years old, 1100 lbs. to 1250 lbs. !. 2. 3. 4. SCOTCH SHORTHORN DURHAMS Huron SiRnct, No. 117179. Hed, born AtiRUst iSth, 19lf>. Koan 1'rlnce, No. 11N20!>. Horn April lith, 1!�16. I'rinco Anchovoy, No. 11�SS2. llorn April 15th. 1017. Ked Herb. No. 118170. Horn September 1st, 1!�1�. Commodore Lad. No. HSlo7. Itoim. Born October 12th. 101H. Diamond Hoy, No. 11S7 lbs.; 1 brown mare, � years old. in foal, ItiOO lbs.; 1 j?rey mare, s years old, in io.vl. IjOO lbs.; 1 bay mure, � years old, in foal. L'.ui) lbs.; 1 team buy mares, 4 years old. in foal, 2600 lbs.; 1 hay mate, 10 years old, in foal, 1200 lbs.; 1 i;rey mare, 10 'year.' old, in foul, 1200 lbs.; 1 brown mare, 10 yours old, in foal, 1(00 lbs.; 1 mare, !) years old. In foal, 11100 lbs.; the above tire all broke to work. Anyone wanMnjf Ke fresh, 3 years old; 1 cow, fresh 2 months, 5 years old; 0 steers, 3 years old; 2 steers, 2 years old; 1-steer, 1 year old; 1 grade Shorthorn hull, 2 years old. HOGS; 4 registered Poland China sows, all have pigs with them. E grade Poland China sows due to farrow soon. 70 ehiekens. IMPLEMENTS: 2 150- bus. tanks and wagons; 2 wagons with bundle racks; 1 3-tier wagon box; 1 Massey-Harrla binder, 8 ft.; 1 Deerlng binder. 8 ft.; 1 Frost k Wood binde�, 8 ft. with flax attachment; 2 8-foot discs; 1 fanning mill; 1 Deering mower; I Deer-ing rake; 1 new Van Brunt press drill, double disc; 1 Deering 22 single disc drill; 1 Massey-HarrU double disc drill; lt John Deere spring tooth cultivator; I Masa�y-Harria cultivator; 1 John* Dears gang plow; 1 Massey-Harrls sulky and breaker bottoms; 1 20-toot Hose harrorw; l slngl* buggy, pole and shafts, nearly new; 1 Una shaft, pulleys and hangers; 0 sets double team harness In good , repair; 1 set single harness; 10 new sweat pads; number of horse collars; 1 new DtLaval separator with power attachments; 1 new l\<3 h.p. engine; 1 new submarine; 1 hand on washing machine; full equipment of blacksmith tools; 1 Maxwell touring car, 1917 model; 1 gasoline drum; forks, shovels and other articles too nura- * erous to mention; BOO bushels of oats; 3 tons ot hay; 2 tons of potatoes. FURNITURE: Complete household effects of 6 roomed bouse, all furnished. TERMS: All sums of flO.OO and under, cash; over that jnout|�' 8 months credit on furnishing approved1 Joint notes*with 8 par cent, on all credit amounts; or 5 per cent, off fdr oash. Everything Will Sold As The PrcprUUr Has *�M Nla Farm. LUNCH WILL BE SERVED. C. MAHAN. QEO. W. HETHERSHAW, J. A. SMITH, Proprietor Clark Auctlonsar ;