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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - April 13, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta sati:rday. ApniL ioir Tim lkt'iinninon n\;t v hkha'T) PAr.r, FLEVEN BRITISH AT YPERS with fho nntinh Army In Frnnrc April J3.-(By th� AiHcirlntiMl I'lcua) > Tho Utoit phano o( tlin Imttlr l aituek In thn direction ut Dniliul. (lom ihi? iiouth. Yoiterdajr'ii nil day uf fiRliliiuf ro'iultad In tho rotlrcmont of tin- iirit tuli forcCK furtJn>r wobI of MitvIII'". Thn rnemy madn a fririn;m� ojipor tiinlty of Kt'tting' arDund thi' Ilritlnli l>o�lilon8 in the Tpron Hiillont whirh Htm la verjr stronirly held. Hand to Hand F.citing Neiivo KgllHii was llir .:(( u,. nf a hand to huiul stnigifl)' N aonia diHn thrown Into the fight and ov.r 7ii (livlHlona havo Hlnco heen withdrawu totd fill up /he gapH In the rankM. Terrific Lottea When It in rt;iu?:nilnjred that 111 (iiriiKUiH liilhertn have not taken a dIviHion otit of th" fljthtliiK line tmiil It has miriered a inlliiiniini of ^fiU'i cnBualti**M, itoiiie lll�-a may be obtained of the iiiaK'ilIiidtt of their Iobhch To III" ca^Uiiltleti in the (lIvlKlonH whiili have licoii wUhdraA-n miiHl lie uddeil llio.xe of the dlvi.tlDii.'i .Itill epKa^ed In liiUlUv They still havi- a�ifflcicni ef jfcctlveH In depots Id r>^esialdlfth llieir Ktrcnitfh, hut many of the*'! resrrvi-i arc ciimp.-.nstipation Carter's Little Uver PilU will set you right over night. Purely Vegetable SmII PUI. Small Dmc. Small PHe* Carter's Iron PlUs will restore color to the facea of tboaa who lack iron in the blood, u BOat pale-laced people do. WI.P.INRE(|UEST Thai They Should Go Abroad Unit-Board of Trade Wire j To (Government ' Womefl! Here Is A Dandy Thing Few drapa on com ar eallua atop pain, than they lift off. bottle corns Your high-hoelH haVR put corns on yu'.ir toes and cal luses on tho liotlon of your toct, but \vhj caro now? This tiny bottle holds an almost magic fluid. \ Bcnius In I'iuclnnatl d'� covered this other compound "und named il freez-oHf. Small bottles of freez-ono can1>e had at any drug store for a few cetits. Don't limp or twist your face in agony and sptdl yrtur beauty, hut get a little botilR of freezone and apply a few drops on your tender, aching corn or callus. Instantly the Boreness disappears and shortly 7011 will find the (iirn or C9)lu9 bo shriveled and Inoae that yon can lift it oft with the fingers. Just, think! Von get rid of a hard corn, soft corn or a corn between the toes, as well ns hardened ralluses, without suffering one par-dllljjins of women keep a tiny ofTtho dresser and never ache twice.-Advertisement. l.ctlibrid^!:*' people are very anxIdii.M Ilia: the itleiitity.of liio fa,tnous KN W.M.P. who are being offered an op-porluiiiiy to Ko on active service, siionld lie ipialned and that they go Ui ihe front as a unit under their own (j|flVe�; .Mounted Police that their Ifirre slv.uild be sent to tlie front as a unit. I Tiie magnificent traditions of tho I force havo been still further shown I since the war started by tlie .devotion I of the officers to what they consld-' ered to be lliolr prime duty namely to remain in Canada at rommand of the Dominion guv'emraent ao lung as that appeared to the (overoment to be the place where they could best give their service. Now that drcuni-stances am altered It would appear to bo an ungrateful return for the services that every settler In the west so pruatly appreciates If the force were not granted tlieiv eminently reasou-aliie reijiii ttawu as to the fate of tlie 'rider.-i of the plains" is the cause of mucli speculation among the mom-hers of the force. However, they are all ready to go on a moment's notice. Ami there is not much doubt that Western l!anada Is shortly to see the last of the Mounted Police. This fact Is being brought to tlie nolleo of the commissioners'and It is likely some effort will be made to se cure for the city the barracks which have been "K" division headi till' State llospllal- for V, ercd out ttie I'V's r mates. Only : \v] hehig made to refloat her. ,11 1 I'lii, lives ed. Weillr|U till by enlcrlTK i i..i ilC'll hav. ini th llwl;- iin^s ACOTE mn AH Treatment* Prcrd ^..-lem Until He Tried "FRUH -ATiVES'. THIS SESSION OF LEGISLATURE HAS eEl Much Valuable UtHllafiP" - Premier Makes Appeal Kor Red Cro8.s let VlSireO FRONT Paris. April 13.^Premli�r riemen-coau spent Thursday and Friday on the battletront..returning to Paris last night. He visited Oaneral Foch and aenural Petain and Hia BritUn iroops. FOR SALE To clear up my ttock before leaving lor Calgary, I offer at a bargain >ne Three Passenger Roadster One Touring Car BOTH QUARANTKKO Graham Motor Co. (S|.o. at to ttir ll.r.ildl Kdmoutun. Apr. D-With a record of fifty-seven publle and private bills to Us eredli the first sasston of the fourth legislature of Alberta was prorogued Saturday by Ills Hcnor the Lieutenant-Governor, who was attended by his A. tl. C. Major Stafford. When the lieutenant-governor had retired, "Ood Sav� the King'' was j sung, the spertators In the galleries joiniiiK with the monibers, and the curtain fell upon the Inaugural fes-sion of the first legislature In which Premier Stewart has filled the seat of first mlnl.ster. In rcfiard to some of the legislation it wlU. Imprint Itself deeply in the annaU ot the provlni", and in regard to one measure In particular, the workmen's cuiifpensution, the session of 11118 will be a landmark in the Industrial history of Albeffta. Appeal For Red Croaa "I urge upon the members of the | legislature the same generous re^, sponye they ' gave to the patriotic I fund, was the appeal of Premier Stewart to the house Saturday morning on behalf of the Red ("ro.ia. lie mentioned that It was planned to raise llTiO,-OUO this year In .\lberta In cash in addition to llie work the women had { been so generously enntrlbuting, and i he reminded the members that owing I to tho Intense and heavy fighting now > proceeding on the west front the de-mauds upon the organltatlon would become Increasingly great. "I appeal," said be, "to tho Juem-bers," to use their best efforts this summer to collect all the money re-, quired, and send It to the head office i In Calgary." A great deal o( askist-anee could aUu be giv^n by helping to start new auxiliaries, and the 4:o-or-dination uf tbu various attlvlllea. Mrs. McKlnney, t'laresholm, said that In ber sactlon of the province the women loat year made a systematic division of the whole district, and ai canvasser was appointed for each dla-! trlct. This was (ulluw'ed and every | campaign, and the result had been i so successful that it was intended to! follow the sanio plan this year. I lleorge Jloadley, Okotuks, leader nf! the opposition, said there could lie no doubt about the sympathy of the members, and now that they were released from work for the patriotic fund they could very well devote their time along the line ot Red Cross effort. "We must get down to sclual, sys-touiatU: work,' saltl he. " niere must be no hapbaiard metli-ods." He suggested tiutt the premier should call cottferencaa ot workers In EdmoutoB; aad Calgary, and haUeved that aucb catlierlnga wotild bo of great assistance in the co-ordination ot Had CrosM ettsrts. tLCvkf* KlUUkD Paris, Apr. 13.-Bleven parsons were killed and 60 Injured In Friday's air raitt on Paris, accordlOK tu,th� latest ottlcUl intormatlos MR. iAB. �. OBLGATY. K.K. Xo. 4. OnVcrt I'l.iins M.in. "In the year 1910, I h;ul A>>;,'; ; anil after U-siug l!i:.s :;iiii juo'lirini" for 3 or 4 mouths, 1 -.tas bad;, to my normal .state of iM,il!ii. 1 iinvrr Ii.kV .stlch [j'hkI lienlth for t-.',culy ycivr.-i iis ,1 \ia\>: c.ijoyi.! llie past six yiiiir.s. .�M v iw*nievi r Wiihout a box of 'Fiuit-al iyes' in the liiiii�e". .TAS. s. niacATV. 50c. a Viox, fi for .�2.50, trial si.-.e 2r)c. At all dealers or .-^cnt ]io,stp.i:.l on receipt of I'lice by Fiiiit-a-lives J.imited, Olla�.i. WALLPAPER -OUR NEW STOCK OF- WALLPAPER IS HERE Refinement--Quality-- Difference -in wall paper are the outstanding features of our displays. Here one will find entirely distinctive designs, representing the work of the best artists^ Select Wall Paper Now From the Largest and Beit Stock in Lethbridge It is time now that ihif home manager turned Her attention to brightening up. To insure satisfaction in spring decorating, acquaint yourself now with the splendid effects to be chosen from our wall paper slocks-while displays are at the height of completion. We carry varnishes, paints and everything for the decorating of the home. ^ WELLINGTON BROS. THE DECORATORS SHERLOCK tLOQ., 7TH ST. %, OLDEST CSTABLISHKO DECORATORS IH ' l.ETH�RIOQE. ' � ' The Name Insures The Quality Model 38,2-pauMigcr Roadster $1945 Modd 38. S-pMsenger T^riiff ... $1946 We Will be Pleased to Demonstrate Any of These Four Models of the Velie "Btltwer Six. Fully Equipped With Extra. fM an4 Chains. i F O. B. Lethbridgei \ Model 38. 4-paiseng^^r Roadster............$1945 MoM 39. 7-pMMiiff�r T^irinf LETHBRIDGE DlSTIWRrT 3078 ;