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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - April 19, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta rniDAY. AiM\it. in. inis �/fiT; rjiiinninoi. daily iiKnAUi SECTOR OF FRONT 'VllinlpPC April t!> \ ( .iii:iili:' wi'si i'lii liiiMlt'troiit. "TIk- iinhrokcn lliw fidiii (iiviiniiy to Arr.iH," hu Kiild. "of uli;iii \ iiii\ \:-the iliimiiuiilnk ccii'ii'. HiMii' |i:>,ni Inr ilii' onii;-!' liiii' '.lom Ypn s Id ;h" i-^'initnp. So loiiK "i:ii Imlil'- llici-' I an tii> no i|iii-:itiiiii ol Ui>' mhiiiv liKMikinK thrdiiRh In ilnii i iiOils to turn iIiIk lino they iii�' I'liiiLirliiiiR on �l;in(ti'roij.h ailvpnturi > s|m i i.ilh in tli'Mr norihi-rn pii^ti \\ I'siii:cl m i'i>' Avrc CbiihI. 'Ilirii only .1 isl if i'al ion till tliP ilofip Killicili llii , li.r.i' lii'ii (routed Ih tlii'lr :it)ili;y lu niiliz" ii :is :i bano for rolliiu^ up our lini' lo llif Houlli. Ton (icriiuin divi-Oniis Ikuc Ui'on bnttliUK ai itils i(�r iln' l.i-i |iti> C'iKlit lionr:'r�>ncli forces ii.r.c been thrown In and tlic Ccrtna!! aihaiire lias hpfn broiiRlil lo a litili Our predominating position ai Villi' is of I lie utmost valiio in (oiineitioii with aiiv pending (OiintfT otfensive. whetlier tills be in Flanders or sicitli of tlio Somme. At the presrnt moment Can  dians may well lif proud of the posi tion they hold, and also of the fine v.oik Canadian cavtilry and other arms aceompllshed iu helpjnp: �feni ilio fir.st flood In Fiuprdy' WANT AID FOR BIG STEEL PLANT VancoiiVflr. April 1� -The ' All-H ( Iron deleKttllon" left for Ottawa lii't night on their Imporlaitl mlHsion of trying to neeure further govprnmeni aid for the ed tiioiisiiid Hharis of c .\ li, suck, today (.illed .\diim T t. err to rtesrilbi' liie tr.i K and I'oadlc'd.; ^,o fflr as lie liad ob erv ..1^ ii Mr Kerr Is in t;ie lioniinl.in di'ii.irt iiieiu of lall.vays and Ills diilv invoi\es iiispcciion of a!l ro.ol-i in .\llieriii and Utitlsii i\. .Mr Ken liild 111 f.iir ballaKt (oiidition- mi H." first � ijjlitceii miles-six inches under the inc., and alHiiif Ibic.' inches up Die lic^ or nine ini he.; .ilto^'etlier. Mr Ken spoke oi nariou flli. tint v.'oiihl nit lio!d lip llic liallii-i pro-I erlv a i! M, 'pPe b> lit" bridges in till" Itosiliinl Kavlne lliat v.i'ie \yasli eil Olll lleiailse 111 inipriiper coiislriic-lieii ib'lMv.ng traffic from .\larcli 'jj lo i.ist .^londay. lie told of a seiUdm (iti whii h there were no r.iil braces I.' tieplates and where speed restric !ii:'is uiTc nece.-isarily enforced, also of sundry other ileficiciices which he li.el ob-ervcd I'll) s examined �^iiy Mr fuller lor ilie ( .N. It . .Mr Kerr stated that he li;.d I'ei aniiiieiideil slow orilers and liiat lliey had been pin into effect. Mr. Kerr admitted iliaf he had can- celled the alow onb tlen had h�en n ifl.i In the (loose I.' noil wh�n w�i b", butter nnd the nr.-. of al^ht, even if iliirn than in oti . not Rdom to need i to condemn the r . for more bailasi leii dele, live I � linlc IocIr> I'ecetvcd i , In eii � , .�.'lOO from .1 lloss Hobertson of Te riiiiiioii the . ,,,,(, \ similar timoiint is .ein;i i:l(e warm ' from Sir Jonepli riavelle .$.;: �) � : ribeil. i'l: i sink oiii pii' on II.' lid iliai did do! .s.ai! h" all' -I FOR TUBCncuLOSiS Vullcoiiver. Club ytiiUH old, IGOO IbH. ouch; 1 gfude Percheruu Btalllon, UOO m. 2 LUMBER WAGONS, 2 SETS OF TEAM HARNISS. All the ubovo horses uro brol.� to worl*. TCRMO CASH J. A. SMITHi Auetlsneer If You Are Not Buying Your Harness From Us We Are Both Losing Money OUR QUICK SELLER WE HAVE THE BEST PRICES AND WE DELIVER THE GOODS. AUTO TIRES, GLOVES AND MITTS, TENTS, TRUNKS AND SUIT CASFS, HALT- ERS, HORSE SHOE COLLARS, SADDLES. ALBERTA SADDLERY Co., ltd. HARNESS, SADDLES, TENTS, MANUFACTURERS AND GEN- SPORTING GOODS, TRU^iKS, LEATHER BELTING ERAL LEATHER WORKERS SHOE FINDINGS Canada Land & Irrigation Co. Ltd. 530.000 Acres Dry And Irrigable Lamds These lands are in the district between Retlaw and Medicine Hat, and north and adjacent to the Old Man and South Saskatchewan rivers. ft These lands are to be placed on the market at a reasonable valuation. The Company are looking for bonafide settlers. We would be pleased to have you inspect our lands. Prospective purchasers should make all enquiries direct through the Company's office at Medicine Hal. We have no outside agencies and pay no commissions. LAND DEPARTMENT Canada Laind & Irrigation Co. Ltd. Bw677 PIEDICINE HAT, ALBERTA Phone 2428 To llir ( ili/oii.^ of Lftlibiidgr: In tlir liihiir the |�arbagc colltxtion will ho nuide Willi th*^- Hit'; fiTK k ipcently purchased by ibe Cilv. It ii, our InWiiJio!: to savr the cost of the machine in the first year out of tlu' appropriation allowed for Scavenging. F'* '^Msure success it will be necessary ibat the Citizens themsclve; assist us by providing projjer receptacles or gaibai'/^ cans and place them at the rear of the lots, .so that col'octors iii:\y �luinp them into the truck without los.i of '.me It will be impossible to collect ashes or garb .",< not j '^ced iii garbage cans which can be picked up an^! dun.ped. It is necessary to give instructions to our garbage men to this effect, and no garden refuse will be collected on any account. Yours truly. A. M. GRACK, Commissioner ol Public Works. FIRE FIRE FIRE ANOTHER BIG AUCTION OF THE SALVAGED STOCK OF THE RED CROSS DRUG & BOOK COMPANY In the Temporary Store, Dofninion Block SATURDAY, NEXT AT 2.30 AND 7.M P.M. Every Article Miut Positively Go. Immeiue Barraias WiU Be Secured by Buyers. Frank Waddington.....Auctioneer FARM LABOR The Provincial Department of Africvltnre Hu Opened a BUR^U iallM Board of Trade Offices LETHBRIDGE To tecnre and dittribvte farm labor. Fanners wishing to secure help ihoald apply immediately to MR. J. A. WEIR, who hM charge of this free service. Phone 1603 NEXT WEEK WE WIU UNLOAD TWO CARS OF Emmerson Power-Lift Engine Plows Owing to Sctrcily it WiD Be Necessary to Order EaHy thesuperiorsupplyco. COMNIIt SCCONO AVI. AND THINTWINTH ST. 0. ;