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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 14, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta f; :-v I Additional SALB; SALB Fully- modern seven broomed house. wtth SBE, on one lot, "26 (L Phono 1766. Modern five roomed col- Inge ou 2 lols. 303 6th Ave. S. JJ'OO; balance terms. irse flrar-class-repalr. Apply -313 Sill Avo'.S. _ _ i FOR will handlV .room hotel In email lovn, uo opvosl- (lon, good business guaranteed, must soil at once, p bargain. Herald. Write Do! IS 1'OH t moilero houses ou jib erenuo north, at a bargain, 3 lots on 12th St. C N., one on mh St.; also poolroom. T. Kennedy, 13th Sf. Nortn. FOR modern house on 6th Ave. A. S., sti rooms and bath full concrete firel class condition. A snap for cash or would 'consider terms. Apply Co'avbearfl, Church, McArlhur DavJdsoc. LOOKING hive iu allrnctlve little residence oa large ]oL Bungalow stylo In a first class residential section, furniture. A few With or ffithqut hundred dollars only needed to handle this. Waddlug ton, S. O. B. Dutldlnj. 10th SL Phooc 'M. FOR modem fi room house, la good repair, close to car line IjlSOO. Terms 'easy; also' 4 lols and room cottage and x 10. Gock Barns, vlg enough for C horses, 6 cows, ad hundreds JUGO-" Al taxes paid aud clear title. Apply E Chesney. 1131 6ih SI. South. TO RENT {COXTIXUEP 'tT.OM ;er attack, the norlbciu of Vluy HIdje. Jl'rlsoucrs tslifii yester- day all bfllevej llmt this 'ivdUM be delay. TLo Grcn iOlefs'of the Prussian guard reserve wcro hurriedly Lrougbt to relieve- or support Ily'srlan-.lrooiis Usd and niasscJ called llols (Swallows order lo steal IhroupV. another little wood called to a hill by us ss "Tbo Pimple" niiJ jo on lo re- capture Hill taken by Ihe Cau- aulaus night. Tbls scheme has tiroVen down uller- .y, Swallows 'Wood ;belns tieavlly bomliarJcil by 'our airplanes so thai Ilia -massed Prussians -had an ugh time tiierc. Yesterday fflorulag Can- adian trbop5: ciado u sudden assaull upon "The which Is a kuoll slightly loner than Hill" 115, lo its rlslil, acd gained it' In spite of fierce icachlne ;fjre from the-garrison who defended themselves slubtcrnl> uiilll IheV wefo tilled or cupiured. At .tSe-eama llmo llola-En-Uacho which elands 'on tbe rising ground across "the'little valley of the lllver attacked. with great courage and the enemy'driven out. U work for our infantry and .gunuers. The ground was a bog ol shell 'craters 'and mud and there, was blUzard of snow flakes. The allacV'was made ivilh tt Kind of instinct, .backed with luck. Our men stumbled forward in tha wake of snoiv squalls auu shells, fell Into shell boles, cltmted out again, and by some skill'Of their ,own kest their bombs for Iho Germans, .Tholr calculations. I niinirn t U have 'boon'upset by. tho "1I1MI llitl' to iV" po'nveya ;noj rc- orflclil Slitement. The'elateiuenl of rtyelj inllq; northwest of St. quenlln" was rilglit of- ,cr B sharp" Ifgiifi' -'M "Ou Iho high- erpuud o's'sl of pulor we'captured Ihe Important jiosU ,IOQB of Ascensions fiitui and ijrand Prlel (arm.- Wo also, made uorlh of the road 'n (he Ulrecllou of "North of iho ScnriHJ our conslanl, irossure compelled Hie cnouiy.-to further AVevsekeds Vliuy gallon, and .-the enemy positions nl Number -Sli ami fj'uquel Mill bciwpeu GoseHc. and Ansrss. i "The guns 'tafcon froqx th'o cneiuj1 In" this .area .Included (our howitzer eight Inchers. "Tho ground ga'lned rc'cenl operations- now Hnts'.up." >vlttf. the positions wresledVlron) ilia enem tho battto of Loos'and'include double Grassier "An Attempted enemy "raid'L.easl oss'n-aa'frTsttet" 'bis- be'ei '.....The Ixmdon, April British of' feilslfo has'dofdoppij 'rplp '4 "groat push In the m'osl Vvord, telegraphs uondent eV tho ''British. In France. ol which f K'oil'' day mornlus :mtiiGdtBtoly- 'ti'i Mr. In" his offices at tliotime lin'd wenfout, o ChiuiplonV Inking'' the pulmoLor' wllli them. lound that was burled al tho ond'of iind lhay startc'ii' In" to reuiovq'rock. On 'In tho 'dflff- n'oon thoy had re-moved 200 tons' ol ick from mine.' i Htard 'Him' KnoeVlnfl.w' When they hailircached'-thlj-potnt Lhey. hrard'1 Trenton1 knocking oiittho. faco of the' roclr. fl'hcn tho -workers dtclded lo-slnk a shall..ond to them In 'this tremendous task, Ihey enlisted Ihe' ,of tha By pick -.wort sink a shaft'at, 9.30.Wednesday i ,-V ib.lmon, rt.-ryovor lo ordir ot, (leklB' to oforsto of Iheir rolling stock uurli'E wnr llmo n Jio .without pver railroads, Is given In ttio coiu- rojulnOiMi Mll-of Iho Insl segBlon, lu amende" form loday by Cbalruiin lha liouso jV .-I'rovlslons lo permit thY prcslileiK lo railroads, Hues lo 'drafl ics Inlo Ibo inllllnry sehico; Iho lii'protoclliig ttie operation of rallsvay lines are Included-us In tho uros-lous bill. At- ......cvado. auo. eovorpuicnt sei would bo.1 dealt ..with- V ,'Tried to incite MexIcanB.; Tci5s, April n.-rlndlel- lucnls woro returned today. In tho Un- than were Germans' are being' pushed1 from Loos to "the .hack s.' It' an tarmy a lons'-ttma'tb 'get fl'way, however retire- meht hate been planned, a.bd, with tha 1 (le- to Its skirts In I _ ____ _. feat-ft mBy'bfl'o'v.erwaVltned.1'-1 General .liorrie.'-'who' 15 TO Ibo ilan cions furnished bedroom, hot arid colt water, and attached bath, apply. Ale- torla Mansions between 9 and r lwo "'a'te'f "te'ioVe 11 a.m., .Ttird Ave. Sontb." 1" artillery .e'iperl EBM.-UI men Urllbh army .Geu- aml riP.es Machine gnn bullets! ernl NMvclhs In the successful.allacl! wilpped about..Ibem. [by French of .Ve'Hun laal' v.Some fell and. were buried snowdrifts, others Tvent on aud reach- ed inelr goal, and.- in lie white zard fougbl out the enemy, and Ills guns. It was an hour or tairs district operatlon-i si a uislauce TO bedrooms, alfo.''and preparins p. counter-attack on light Bulls. 422 5th SL my Rldse, heard that Pimple and ols.Eu-Hacha had both gone, the oly places which save them obserra- ou' 'on the south side of. Vimy nd made .effective any allack. Their curses must hare been deep nd came'over 0 .telephone .Tvtres, They ordered Soulh. TO rooms by day or weet, one from C. P. poi, 5th Street South. TO rooms In pri- .Tale house- Apply 534 Slh St. S. 1056 T. TO RENT-Llght bouse keeping rooms light and gas furnished- Slodera. Ap- plj-.424 411 St. S. S3--6 TO rooms suitablo "lor q.uiel people. Boi 31. Isf of -May, nn 'furnished bouse_with.from, nine 'rooms'. No chfldreiL Apply Boi Herald. for a tnlinlS week. 9Uj St. S. room, snit: nbl'e fienllemen, !'Q QQ furnished housekeeping "rooms, inbdsra with gas, or will rent single.rooms'to men. Call al 422 4th In.-. ..l-rooiu modem :'rooin5'furniabed 'lacluding" full Abasement and large horse barn in ceD- trsMocatfdn', ?35 per month. Apply box 333; Lethbrldge. _ Jcind5-' of "eoodgl -Hatea reaEonable, Grain. Co., 1221 2na South.- -rhoas anas -ti Central location. Reason lurillure.5 able prices. McLean Transfer, olllce- lialmoral Phone 1097, Residenc'E 624 7th-TSl. South. Fhon'e fOR fully 'modern, eigh St. 110 a- will bo aval.! Bhlo of April.-'; Apply'c., W Gray, suitable, for light housekeeping.-' Jlp ply SL S, FursuauL 'loathe of Ibe leglslrar and b? virtue" of the powers f'sale provided bj- "The Land Tillies ascertain riiLbn'-prodiiced' at the -time "of There be offered for fale pub- ic auction In front' of the Raymond Hotel in Ihe village of Raymond in Ine 'roVlnce ol Alberta, on Saturday, the Bin' day ot April. 1911, :at the hour -'o'clock in 'the afternoon, lie oUoTringlpropcrty, namely The east lair foiir'H) Vh: township range nineteen (13) west ot.lhclfofifti meridian in Ibe proTince TO furnished rooms the by the day. week or and cold Eb'OTver hath are room. The reading room Is wellVsupplied -wilh leading dallie .and also plerid. A' fin Ewimmlfig pool, bowUng alleys, bllllar tabje. An Idealjhome for men. Plioa the Eecretary, 547, comer 4lh Ave'.' i and lOltfSt.1: NOTICE TO CREDITORS In th: Milltr'of the Eitate of Edward Terrence McConaTd, Late of Grass the Province 'of 'Albtrt; NOTICE ISjHEflEBY GIVEN tna all persona haring claims' lipon cslato of int) late Edward Terrene who died on the EleTeril .day oE Febniary, D. nulrcif (a send .to "linrtenifg Eoltcilork for the Admlnlstralrix on o before (he 21st. day p[ May, A..] .1917, a. full statement of their claim of any secuTlUes held by them duly verified hud that after that dai the AdmibULrairU will proceed 'Cribule (he assets "of among the parties .entitled thcrcli baring reBorJ.only lo the claims i notice his been filed with In Eanl Sallcilors: "Daledtat Ihe Clly of the ProTince of Liberia, Ihla 2nd da of 1917. SHEPHEHD. DUNI.OI' t BICE, 5> LtlhbrlilBe, Alberta. Sollc.ttoro (or the Adminlslralrl: A pprore A. J. Ad No.' V. "Washington, April c one American, t the Norwegian-barque Marlon, sun without .turning by i German 'sn marine, to forljT-sevcn hours In open boats, .depart-- nent-'Codar'by. Coniul December, comniunds the; British forces'1 around where.1 owing to Lhe natural defenses' composed of waste dumps aroimcl ;tha: the orLlllery must largely depended upon: General _lHQrne" o? hla right, the annj.iiridbr Major' B. H. H. Allenby, -who -has also gained" new foot, shaft, pt day 'morning 30 men )i'9rktng rolaye. dlecpyorjMj boss had glvpu them aiWrpng as lo tho IcnglK q( thp. rooiivjiuij they had a o.n'-tho.sldo.pt- frpiJf. Iho than boro'-lhrouib Ilia Vhlch Lecii dangerous' ViuK rl Bgalnei Mrs. arenco Toonnlge, _., lior eon. nnd Qcr- iiiaris'-charging' acy.Jo.lqiy Urillcd by. inducing' niid InBtiEntlng Mexican rado tho United Stales from Meilto." Bombardment Pollclei. Boston, today tnst bombardment policies solountlog'to nlo'ro'tllau If-' had been In tills city Blnce'aomcsllo companies worq bilvia- ed this week tbal'tlmy could accept pncmy warships. -These policies also cover from nllack Ly laurelj. .n .Thcse'i- generals rind their colleagues iidder field Marshall; Sir Douglas Hafg" have ac- since Moudayiwort which occupy-ihe great part' Of Iho .summer, but-.thus far .thereThas beeu -no fla? nor celeLirallng-ln 'GreatiBrlt elr batteries''Lo continuously impression lhat 11 Ihcse two nlacc3 but they remain greater events ivill, soon'; follow and urs'and'pur troops have .endured an Yen'sel wthbut losing Effprls Feeble o'n, 'Apr. hat the German alf troubled [by .Uieprosress f .events sliics .lesti- iony ol (he "newspaper co'frespond that with the Lens the relief of Lille vrllLnpt-.be. BarrisonVsneaked put of ioiue.iYillages -but ar VILLA OFFERS HIS TO U: S. Mexican Leader. Says Carranu" fB.ijn, League clarlng the Carrania'army-' ClOFLiVINGI Jl April cost-of liv- to statistics. Bothered labor department, again shows for the-monlh-'of-March. Groin, vegetables, -Uair> producls and eegB began to decline, iln-retail-prices the cost of 23 staple.foods-for a family of five for a weok "rose to as compared with. 110.46 lor for and ?7.8S for the same months in 1915. 'The.Increase since Is about 41 rjer In the'.'family budget of staple foods, ounce men In all'styles are.now-on exhlblllon at our ntw store Largest Stock in Soathern AiWrta in HAVE 200 Satisfied Cuitomers a j'v..--.. _, h: i i-" In