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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - April 10, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta wfeoNESOAY, APniL 10. THE WKiriBRinnR daily hkhalu NEWliO RULES' ARENOWIN EFFECT NEW BRITISH FRONT NOW ttondon, Apr. 10.-"In this mor-nint't attnck th� anopiy entRrnd the Brtttoh tint line trenches be-iwena tiia nWers Lr� and Oouba," Rkld Mftjor Omiaral K. B. Mnurleq, i-hlat 41rcto^ or mtlltary operfe-tlonit At offlca toAuy." The �ttkck nteaded from ArnenUeret to MMnlnes." "The OermcD ga)ni today," con* tinufld a�n*r�l .Vpiirlce. "In con Junction with the, reitnltii of his attacks jrentefday have plnced Armeatlarei to an awkward s�l-Innt. "On the Meaalnei front the enemy'* attacks today wnrn ropiiln-itd. The eaamT ha#i ohtBlneil do routlDg on the hlg:h gruuml anywhere." The Oaraana captured a con niderable part of PlooKiitaert \Vood, denaral Maurice said. "In the flghUac yesterday the enemy adTanced In the ccntrn to II depth ot 6600 yards." (inneral Maniice aaidk "It la quite certain we loat soma (una. In an advance to aiich a depth ronsldpr-able PortugtieB^ artillery must have bean lout and prubably a number of prlaoimr*." In the retirement' of the Pren('l> t(i the tine of the Allettc river two French battailonH wero cm off and the Oarmans took nhout 2001) priaonars. said (icnurni .Nlaurice. The withdrawal wan madp on ill count of an awkward corner In the line. 'The latest fiithtinK,' the gf^ncr-ill aald. "ehowB that the enemy iiicrely carrying out another chai)-ur In ilia effort to exhaust tht> Hiitisli army. flJs first schpiiie w-us to cut off the lirltliih from t!io French. That failed. Now ho i� attacking wherever he nees a favorable chance, with the Idea of bleedtns us white if hu can.'* }iOLO STRONG I)rltl,i/( i in local hotels and re^4lau^antl>. and 'liiiors at these placpn aro h��irliinlnK {� notlee ihe n-HtrlctloiiH I'rohaldv ilic tiio.sl Import lint chtinRO Is that tin siiRar howl l)anlolied. Three liiinfl-i of HtiR.-ir served In n separate ric epiaele to each dinar in tlie port inn nnu 'I'wo tea-spwrnsful is file liiiiii to any one patron. One p.Tt of hint."-, :iiipiiii,' tlie heani at half an ounce is li^' limit jii that line. OleomargariTi" im the name ex tent may l)e nuh.-'tiMiiei| 'Ihe raven DUi, iiowever, may nccive a Hecond !'()uare, but it mnnt \m- spi-cifioally aHk-od for. In ordering a meat loinse side orders are tatMM). The reKiilatlon Hay.-r8()n ;ii atiy meal. So the day for two or three meat dish*?* l4 past. More Strict Now Heretofore the hi-.-i and pork restriction;! were nnt -.ciy -iijct Fresh pork except ham or t!ic haccm parts could lo served. .Vn,v In both beef YOU WILL LIKE THI$ NfW t^ODEL MASON � RISCH PIANO -LIKE IT FOR ITS DISTINCTIVE APPEARANCE. rOR ITS COMPACTNESS. FOR ITS DELICACY OF DE SIGN. FOR ITS SURPRISING TONAL QUALITY AND POWF" NEVFR BEFORF. SO MARVELLOUSLY BROUGHT OUT IN A --.MALL UPRIGHT P!A,\0. � .1.1 �� n I . I and haion evetv part of the carcass LelhlmdRe Retnll MW:huni� Assoc with th. exception of lation at the meetinir in the hoard of I tongue, head, bean, liver, kidneys, iradi building tonight will tackle th^l lard, s^ansage, etc 'I'hc reKuUitionH small bills amountinR in ail to i,-jf,,, The members of the Ass .cia I Kriday none shall l)e served Pork noon meals. 'At other tnei,ls where BUTTER cost cut In Half volver and ammunition belt contain liTg one hundred i. He i elate they have information tli,ir the I everyday breakfaisi, I'ork may he was (lulekly handcuffed and ei>m)dotc-i pp,,,.j,| (onunission. composed of! se.-ved at the neon meal on Monday lo nuU lril"i;u.t''' "�'""""""'(Judge Carpenter and A. O. iTrowning ^/'"^'^j-, 1'p'm" P"" '"^ 1 who held a series of siltinKS through-1 �" \Ve^dnc.ilays and Fridays N.,.t the province to obtain the f...dlng i "f, '(�(^'"'"'c been praetlc- towards the a.t, re,K,rtod to the gov ""[''^'''-k-ted. .Now. however, no 'ernn.ctu it, favor of removing ifeth ' '""'�'' ''^'1' ""'"-^ bridge and .Medicine Hat retail stores ' from the province of the act, and I also that I'remier Stewart indicated i as much. But this evidently is not I to be done. The action to he taken to offset the new turn of affairs will be deoided tonight, and from hints ' dropped today it will not be unlikely ' that a tp^t^ case may t)e carried rlRht � to the last court of appeal lo test the validity of the act as applied to vc I tail KloreH. "We helieve the act is discriminatory, ai.d will base our case on that" said a local iiiemlier of Ihe association to the Herald "Why sliould retailers in ii town of 4.000 he allowed to keep their stores open on Saturday nl"?!'! with a full staff while the retailers in j a to*n of U.riOO must work with a part iSflff? Th}lts llie ques.tion we Will ''aak the cotjrta to deride." "The Biggest Little Piano Ever Made." ill 0:^011 rO.?;i^ch- BALMORAL BLOCK. ^Tt-I ST. 3. LETHBRinC-E 0 in F a c t 0 r y T 0 H 0 m e iV.'.J'.NTV URANCH STORKS^ liread l-i -"crved a snhslitule sha', ,il .-o l>e served. And no bread .it no .i! where it may he served sliall -t^ cil until after the first coiirse is -..'v ed lireiHi must lie IJ lioiir^ oM iic fore It is served Local rc.'^lMiii-nil have not Ko'tc.n into the swinn o' eliniinatliiM, 'he lir^ad as yet hut tlo v shoulil do -ii v.illioni lay a- there is a hcav> |ieii,ili> ai,.i(iied lo jnfiac tlons of 111"' iicv( food ordei- .Af'er .hine 1st all r. taiirimts and ealinn places must hii>. e a KoininiotT iicens,, to operate, aiitl in tliat event reimla. tlons will he strictly enforced or llie license will he caucidhd. A serious iffort is to he made to have all householders follow lie- sanie strict re>;\ihitlons now Kovernlnn nuh lie eatiUK pliiccs 'I'lics.. refill.ii cm.-; do not ajiply to farmers. II11 c 1 Ion \' .! � on )�o>ed !.i rt'e' . .i ' anal, t^i a [ii.ii.. w ii inci" .i : .tl > !i HOOSINC AGAIN OlSCySSEO by using mor� CR0WNJRAND csoRN^snrop At present prieMi:?U Pcr, nn.r ',-i/r'P'"e5d snd most cf those rc.'.pars'bl': fo> it were piTced iiniJ�r arrest. 'I'lle tion -nm lllle- , ini a'^Hltl ' or. p^i 1 ! �;,>� a; tel'l ion (d' I lie l)o,l| ,1 Mi li.i.t" i inncif ��] flic ic'Miii'i- tnecfiii:; oil Tne:,day aficrnoon, Inn no ilcilnit* ' -ojiiiion was riMched. Iliuwv.-r. th-. ho;i id Ins!' ud li tlie seirel ary 'i o Kali.ei data lenardilin a luiildltin ;l'id i loan aK--ociali'iti such as has lieep su;.', 1 (o ;ied lor I.eiiiliridge. a:id If tile \i',x\\\ is itio\i>:ht feasible soiov'tiii'iK may Ik done hv the board to help orgaiiii" siicli an institution. .\; the last inedinn the see.r^-t try nas iiis|nicled lo write I lie loan tan'i- :! � to their wiUin^^ness lo ad-! van'c 'iioney for liulldinK hoim" s ill j Uoinloi,. 'I'Ue annual report will eliow l.eilOii-idi'e. Some of the replie-) were j more husiaess done diiflng tile last nor. 'year than in ati'. previous horniM .N-ear in the liisiory of the C.T.Irt. Last ANNUAL MEETING GRAND TRUNK :Mo.i!ieiil. \\,v 111 - The annrtal inei,iiiif, o' tiic crainl '1 runk liallwav company will he held on ,Vpril i;,"., in lavarablc; others wert The boa''d voted to support the pe-lition ironi the Orion Hoard ol Trade to i:ie provini ial telephone system I'l.ini-- for an c.x'ension of the line from )''ojenios! to .Manyberries. year Ihe co!ni)aii\ hatiilleil :'.',,i)00,i�IIO tons i 1 irolchi and llyest -rr- S STILL IDLE Are Yonr ChUdren Lenning to Save Mooey? Each maturing son and daughter should have a personal Savings Account in the Union Bank of CannHa, with opportunities to save regularly, and training In how to expend money wisely. Such an dducation in tlirift and savin|( wlU prova Invaluabla In latar Ufa. LKTHaHi�OE BRANCH  � . F. W. NICHOLSON, Manager oaroston BRANCH   . � F. v. Cavers. Manater baronb BRANCH.....ii, Blaekwood. Manager The men of the Federal mine are still out on strike I'resident Dlggs of nistriit No. IS arrived in the City thii inorninK lo confer with Manager Mack of Ihe mine rcgariling the trouble bitt no solution hits yet been reached. Mat Peirus, secretary of the union � M the Federal Mine called on the Herald today anil declared that he wns not an alien enemy. "I am an old timer here and 1 am naturalized." He showed his naturalization papers. President White of the union declared that no strike had been called. "We just walk^O out" ho explnlned. The matter Ib being taken up direct with Ottawa it is understood. People's Forum HOUSEHOLDERS Please Note that we deliver SOFT DRINKS of all kinds to any part of the city. * CO.D. ONI.Y Latlibri4gt Brf^ & Mal(ii| %)jti. Communications under thii heading must bear the sifiuatures of the writers. THANKS PUBLIC FOR THE VETERANS amtn mmh ?lnth for young men and men w h o .s,t A y^y o u n I Xl^HAT the mark "Sterling" means on silver the label "Society Brand' " ^ itieans on ready-to-wear clothes. A It is the pledge of the makers. No ganntot it t genuine Society Brand model unleu the inside pocket boars the label. Goto "Style Headquarters" - �,where Society Brand Clothes are told. Builderd' Supplies CIMaNT. UMi, WOOD PIBRC rCASTaa, cmpirk ftNltH. hol LOWTII.1, BRICK. ROOFINOS, buildino ano TAK PAPER, FIRI PLACi MANrtaa and orateb, tiue, beavkr board, plate OLAaa. MURANBaa OLASa. COMMON QLABB, auto wino aHICLOE. Tb Weittri Sapply ft Equipment Ca. Ude �H�ll�'�tfl FOURTH at. a. LeTHBRIOOB Citizena of liCthbridgo: Ladies and Oentlemen-iMft week 1 Trrote an appeal to your i?ood nature and rfportsmunBhip; and it Kivee me great pleasure to writer thia second letter to thank you for your generous support on Saturday laat. which proved that the people of Lethbrldge are not behind other cities when it cninna to ahowinR their appreciation ot the boys who have "doffed the khi^ki." On enquiry, I think i might say, the "Vets' Day" almost cQuallod the first big t�g day held In the clfy; at � tim� when mich things were a novelty; and that fact goes to prove that the Deoplo of Lelbbridge atill have a warm spot for tha boys who went away. I am requested to thank the t^ P. R. depot uuthoritieR for tho cousider-atiOB ahown to the fadiea of the Next. of-Kin who workeil ao hard for ua that dny. ' To the lattles and children ot the Next-of-KiD who worked so Itard and untiring, . wo . are deeply indebted. (Personally. I envy them itoeir walking abilities; none of thero having used Vonvcyunce of any aort). The day's takings wero: 1661.65, Kxpeuaea: Tags, |10,75; tea, etc., provided for i'oiuen and children at club. 1X2.00. Total I2:>.7B. balance ISSO.ilU, Hellav* we, Tuura �ltte�r�4y. ' A VfiSTKHAN., *T^HE well dressed man spells success and inspires confidence." We recommend Society Brand Clothes because they^ meet every rcquiriement-in fit, in fabric, in style, in price, and give dependable wear. Sec the new Spring models at our store., McKelvie & McGuire � ' ^ Lelhbridge ^ "StVtE HEADQUARTERS- - WHERE SOCIETY BRAND CLOTHES ARB 80LI> ;