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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - April 19, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta FRIDAY. APIUL fm LRTHBRIDGE DAILY IIF.RALD PACF, NINE thiki in .vieToiiiA Viatarte. n. a�rU l�.--eMiMar-sU� dMMtM��HM Mtata alMM th� poltac h�r* kaoMM at Um b^mmUoq of a jMBior ooMtoU* to U* ruk of �erimnt oT�r th* Iim4i oI may ot Ilia �nlart fn thi nriea. Two eon-�UblM t�lt thoir duttea todkr bMsnao iif tlic yroaotloB. Halt a doMii othafa Icniriod thatr intaaUon or renlfntiiK nt tb� aad ot4ha month and it u likH ly nv>ra than bait ol tha forra of twan> tr-flva maa��iU walk out at that time. Mayor Tadd whan Infumod of the eontoaplatad aatioh aald tba city would �tapir' hava to aagaaa aaw man and thara wara vlanty ot oandld-ataa. APMIOVI RATI* \ WaiiblngloB, April K.-Tha Intnr-atata commarca comtnlaaioa tanta-tUely approvad today the tlllBK of akw rataa on cannad (ooda tn ca* load flhipmanti from OreKon. Wacli-InRton and Idaho to Tfcrionx dnHtlna-tlona In Manltobit and Ontarta mmm by It's Funny- yiyg^ How you become attached to a certain For Instanet iMt month you walked into a confectioner' i store ftm riwtca wandered to Maple Buds, you liked the look of tlmn, jrau koufht them - and now you buy them retuUrly Tha ftaaon U, you aaver taitad such a perfect chocolate ^{ara or one that was so ganuinaiy good and delicious. CiOWANlS A diAinti| Solid CKocolaie 4*4� Wa�c�a� PaH�B raC Money 8avina Snaps To-morrow, Sat., Mornins For Two Hours Only AT THE DOMINION BLOCK TcmponuT Store of the Red CroM Company THI POkLOWINO MARVELLOUS SNAPS WILL St OPFCRCD TO THE PUSLIC IN ORDER TO CLEAN UP POR THE -^-c-C-.-- Auction Sale at 2*30 HAT OVCSt 4 to a bnodia, atsoited colors. Regular 30c nf* aaah. Pour for........... ................................ JSC PHOTOORAPHIC PLVfS. Stanley, 4x liattif arrn. was HtiH being lieav-ily boinhiirdHd thin inoriiiiit; In preparation for ffpfh asaniiltn by fhn Oer-^naiis Nathing Alarmino I.oiidoii, April l� (\'la li.iitr-r.s oi-tiina .\i�pon'l�nt niiy-H: "1 interviewed one nf th;; liircniortt Tn nch K'-nerals wUo tomnianil,v dltlon. The soldlo^ ,v�ut ever iliJ^fr knees In the mud. but tliose veterans of the Somme wen eot .li^nKiyid On tho northern flunk they .soor. -ir-ried the commandim; ii'lplit^ .Mrsji while. In the centre mcittur wnv.i of infantry centered iiround Seneiut Wood, where nuniermi nimliiiie )�iin emplacnmonti4 whT li ilefemli d .'le ap proaohes lo Castel v, ric rr'>jiii und cleared up In nio,-i > our.menus -iiyle by grena(li u.- > linrd ciml from 'li  I nued stii'.'^ \Vest�rii I'anadH "It mean "cuFrvn's run for lli'' dnnii'' ib^ le.il '^BUTTER ? What are you pnvinj( for '� ? Save money by iisin^ MORE CROWN^BR\ND A wh'iicsomc spread for a slice of Krcud - and cliildrcn "love" it. 2,5, m. 24> IS. liM �!� ^ lb. "PfirfpLC .S�il" f-laM Jar*. Write for free Cook Book. ' THC CANADA STARCH CO. LIMITCO, MONTREAL. M a V_____, VI skirts of t'astel wen. r'.ohr,!. ,uiil tin garrison of that to.'.ii iiienm e I Further south oti.',' I'rriii]i units occupied the (lomin;i'i.k; beiRntH anil advanced toward .\n'hini Kurin, on the road bittween Aiii\ S.ir .N'oy.i and Moreull. K*verywlic >� the (..rmanr offered the slerne'-i oidios'tion. bnl j nothing could stii> tlie Krencli iid ! Vance. i When the fight iin: r almeil down i prisoners were still conunt,- in A unni ' her of machine j,'nn, fell into the i hands of the Freu London. Apvll 19 -There are Indica ' tions that the Germans will continue ; their main effort in the Flanders bat- j tie, seeking to push nflrthward between Meteren and Wytsi haete,, Reu-ter'a correspondent at Rrittsh* head-' quarters wires. By this time, ho says \ the Germans probably have sent some i of thair heavy artillery across the Ypres-Commlnas Cahal In the llout- 1 heme region, doubtless with the idea \ ot daveloping an enfila.lInK fire ag alnst the BrUish line near .Mont Kem me]. that, it\f:\ >vith the nunili'-r oi worklnR ni)\'- in tli.- niineM ;iro;iTi-lilv, tlier.- \\ill be a \K, 1 liroiiKhoni the f-iitniner :iinoiiiiM .5411110 or OV"'.-. while ill 111!' winter v.'ill ui ' ;il ly ilii I e.iH''d It n)"iin� ne\v . 1" for tile diiv �.\f:>l"i i colli iiiin in ���iw I b I' mil -onn 'Mr b"loi' ci ii:t: 111' "1 111 lb" And 1 111; .1 '�i'tcr III Impliplied 'o 'IrivliiR from in: ""I ; le teaming � ' c I. on li' '' � .TO Ii",lnian. AUaiON SALE On MONDAY NEXT APRIL 22 AT 1221 SIXTH AVENUE SOUTH AT TWO O'CLOCK FRANK WAPDINGTON iNarauoTiD av thi owHin will sill ov auction, as � AfPyt, a quantity OF useful HOUStHOLO FURNITURE and IFPICTS includino: �at oC alg w>ltt oak dlntnc ehaira; oak axtaadint dialng Uhla; saaltaiT losaga; bad lounge; two good grasa rockora; massive mofrls chalr^ thrao good tapastry squares: single bad complete i fprllig* and mattraas: aolM oak draaser; oak tiaiah dresser WatAl two aata lollat ware ;occaalonal Ublaa; *Hog|aataad"' la k|t�||aa ranfe in A 1 order: window cnruiaa; wrlnciag malt! faall helUr; May clock tn oak oaaa; kitehan utonaUa, etc. M Mt ptB White UffkwM (byiiw) Alit Om RnabMt Ihxw A C�r m g ot4 rauwif TfpMt cash FHONU 77S-4I� fAka'at two 0*�U>eK miomht. Mounted Police officials here ara Furely wearing a smile today. Not i-ince the first day of tli� war has there been anything like, the rush of recruit* as there has been at the "K" division barracks during the past 48 hours during which time 24 young men have applied tpr entry into the ranks of the force for overseas duty. Snpt. PennefnthQT hopes to have 100 by the end of the week, as old mes)-bers of the force are' busy throughout the district, and few of these have aa yet reported results. The following are the applicants up tin 10 o'clock this morr.lng: A. R. DeManbey of the Bank of Montreal sUtf; W. B. Shelly, an insurance broker; J. A. Sagar, a former Dragoon: B. H. liaynes; M. J. Davis. Vision Bank staff; H. O, Adams: P. A. Irwin, of the Bank of Montreal staff, and son of W. II. Irwin. District Court ("lerk who was one of the pioneer members oi' the ll.rtW.M.P. be-li.g an inspector when he resigned: A. Uoyd; W. WigUtman. ex-R.N.WJJ.E.; T/ OlUers; R. T. Dickenson, a tormSr cowpuncher and customs collector at Coutts; P. Watorhouee. farrier: L. Taylor, son ot the late John Taylor the Taylor Milling Co ; Mr. Howard; ill. McDowell; Mr. Hall; Jas- Mc-Nutty; Tony Costango; Clarende Qelger; J. W. Rhodes of the Biprefs office force; F. R. II. Webb; Chas. Merrick, a commerilal traveller; Raymond Orlffis and Lyle Fairhurst. It is understood the men are to ba mobilised at Regina, where tbay will be given their riding training course. R, N. W .M. POLICE RECRUITS WANTED FOR Cavalry Service Overseas ^ Age .................. 18 to 4S Haloht from ........ 5 ft. 6 in. MUST BE ABLE TO RIDE. Apply at Barracks at Once. extraordinary sale Our Entire Stock of New "Queen Quality" suits Will be sold at special reductions tomoirovv and foi a few days v^e are offering the entire lot at OFF EverySuit A practical tailor wiU make any alterations. There is a good auortraeni of tlieta exchuive suits. Every one is new-there is not an oM suit in the loL F. THAELL 608 Third Avenue S. 4 a/ 20 per cent Discount As pricaa' ara advancing tra> quently. wa have bought an a>-tenslva stock In order to pratoot tha public .therefore, we Inrlta you tn call and see us bators purchasing. COUNTRY AND CITV OROINS RKCIIVK OUR USUAL * RROMRT ATTIWTION iKlBjf nd NKlq SOa Srd Ava. a^ LaUihfiSfa IMiaiia list at BAWDEN BROS. Niae Piece William aad^ary Dining Suite Only $190.00 A period design suite that Is worthy of conaideration. consisting of a Urge buffet fitted with cutlery and linen drawers and cupboard; two door china cabluet, five leg extension table .and six leather sauted chairs, a q|| aa Kegular t22&.0IK Special..................... ISfvtUU Iplaid Fuined Oak Suitt, Only $115.00 If you live in a small cottage or apart nieut you could m>t find a more 'suitable suite tban this inlaid fumed. It Is naat, artistic and serviceable. Built of soUd quartered oak In that rich nut brown finish which has' made the fumed so popular. Table, Buffet, and Chairs, ^ ^ 0Q Odd TablM. Bttfleto and Chairs If you want an odd place to completa your present outfit, you will find it at our show rooms. OM Bxtanalan Tablaa from �1I4S to S40.00 In gvlden or tunsad finlah, OM Ouffata at SMOO. ISSjOOi, and S4040. OAalra. in seta af aln (1 arm and a amalt) from 124.00 up, ar wa aan aupsly yau with aallS aak laathar aaatod ahairw SoUd Mahogany Suite b the Colonial DasifB ' This suite Is without a doubt tho most handaoBo dlnlns room luitflt that you could find for what we are ottering It lor. Ten pieces only $400.t)0, and it Is guaranteed aolld mahogany. Buffer: bevelled plate glass mirror back, larga cuplHiRid, plush lined silver drawers, largo linen drawers, etc. Table: eight fool oxienalon, 62 inch top. China Cabinet has curved ends and plate giasa mirror back- Dinner Wagon iiud six l.,eutber seated fbalrs. 400 00 Our Carpet and Floor Covering. Dapartmant , have for your luspectloa the largaat selection ot rugs la Southern Alberta. Note these prices on: atair Carpet: V * Wilton................................at S4M Asminstar ..............................at SS Srussela......<.........................at�t.7B Tapastry.............................at 91.W Jata, adeordlns to width from lOc te $1.00. SOUTHERN ALBERTA'S * GREATEST HOME FURNISHERS 0484 640664 ;