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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - April 20, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGR TIIR LKTHBIUnr.f: DAII Y rrt'.n\Ltr s.M! nn.w wnu. 20. AMERirANS IN A SUCCESSFllI. RAID Proftre^iiivr ExpreHHrs l.:ick of ('onfidence in the Naval Dcpartnirnt Amalordaiii, .\|irll JO f,.'(iii�ii ' li('AVHtiH|ierH rf)Hirt h livly im ttif \'himt f|H(!Htloi) ill ilic iiiMln i (iin iiilit'in of tilt) t-i'iciiHtiiK on 'riiiii'silHV I tiCDr.*?!! (lOthfllll. Ill (IKri'H-^lvc. ill' xinnilait nii Hrcolunilinn ot ilic> liuildlDK proEfum, (li'ihirin>; that ilili'rn(,i.n ' lirodiii'lloll (if i.Ioi'l \vai km- i'.I'mI for ih�' I'lilttnti' all'cK ti 111!" i' ii'iu ,1 lark i){ lliiR niuK'riul Admiral Von CaiM-ilr, niini*i�'i- of ninrlnn, in llm coiirsH ul liis r-iily to' Ihf- crltliilnin, iimtfn'l'il Miai lin-' yiirdu were workinr. in ili. ir utimut, With th� Amarlean' Army In France, April 20.-Thirty Amar.-can Infantryman, with the tsme number of franch troopa. raided the German line on the rifht bank of the Meuaa yaaterilay morning, inrilctlng a number of catunltlei on the enemy. The Americana found the enemy trenchaa empty but aaw'thc hodlea of several Germans m the American wire, apparently member* of a working pnrty who had been cauQht in the American barrage. The enemy laid down counter barrage aoon after the American barrage atarted. but a'.l the Americnni returned safely to their trenches. ALL OVER DOMINION nrally Id cnn�lcU'ri-i Nomt' coni'l^inl I'carlii iiRP of llPip, but liip ifiinsp'irtation ronfnn. New Voik, April '.'n Di �put. lici to Ihin R It.vii'W tnitn IhmihIi .ifflcc;., n: 11 i; Mini anil I'liiulKiiiv iii llio lead inn i;lii':4 of till- Iioliiiiiiiii of (MtiHila lioti' sal' .factory liiMin iiiim>-i on- nMi'ii't lioiii the fa vf>r'ibl�' wcaiiicr i-i.iMlition.- nl (111' la'il wi'nli ;','aMiu.ilil'' iiii'n liiiii (anil ri'tall (nil"' 1'^ Kiovlm: III licll'i volii'iii' iii ' iiy .iioi'ti favoralii' iiiiift si'Miiii-, ami till' iiiiilii il, ii i HuRtllfiiH ai (,ii''' in prii of comiiii ;i|ippiii to rfsfrl'I. iii" 111 ilry Koiiil �1m1i's:i1c liiii'' . lui'lll of foolwiai' Iji:- .^llnl! f::i"ii' in 1 I li-" 111! :n. ,-1 11 r 'ir-; 1.1 the � ii n-:. !� . I'flir' 1,1111 II ii' ^ . I .'' I 1' r lii'i � ��; 1 i 1; s,.|.' Hi r| rfttall Ilnr.*, I about iiorniaii I'.r Min iirrioil, bill improM iiu'iii Is' pK.ki'.l for v.lDi tbc ilv.iiiK up of Mo .'Oiiitiry ciiail*- .i:vl tli>' "p.iio.i: -i! )'i', igai l"!!. v.'iicli in i'Xii.'ii.'l ii' i' .ilv, 'rorontn i.'p'irl-i tiia' tli.' ail\ai'i ill prill I i-i i-ainiiiK i oii'.i'iN at u i' I ;i, I'm 111 Koiiic llncJ. lint tiial Ink.'-, i :i nlii'lc. biiuiii.' J i f.il; .iti'l ".i'l . 11 iiiN appr r : i !m �.;!'; ..�' ' �iiiii !i !o:;.. He'ail I '�a..' Ii,i- i iri 'iv 'iikIt I iic liil 'ii.'io......,1' ' ( i ti.ra I/;.' n im i!: "r a ii.l a it ti n. � :i'ly i'H .nii-l' ;. ' . � . x ;ii( -I'l in 1 111* t u' a L.' :.,ir'iiK iriil" i- ".i"l I'l 1" -i ' al .111; ii'.riiial i.ii' � ii ' �. � � 111 I tiol t ll \\ i:-!!. anil 1 ' i'l !' " , . ii-iiilcv.'il vi vv pr-aii"-:!!!' \S i' . � 1 .a ' i' i irib'TH a ro li.-iiui i"' - i  ' .1 i, , lo'l V iliiiii.' a' Winnipci; luiil an a. ' '.tail iiiin'i'iiit'iit nf dry i^o.uls, liliiiory. fontupar VuriiiHbinK'". farm i|ipli. ; aii'l oili.T lapii'> ii nof.'il, iiiabl'' i rirnnindlfi �'il ('Icy.11 a* a'.'ain-i laal w.'pI. riii.l ��oii.'.-i -^poililtir^ ,'. . .'V. ,1. � v. ;| ^f'lr iiRO. in lh '. :> inimlMir-� Kcnty sotM ill i tin corr* '�\all ill (al ,a al 'I nllic; ' iiK i-.'ai-c ii'lii-liial a. ' inot).'; iMi^ i ana'liaii '. f.'f till' '1 '.'. itli fa.- DESTROYED BRIDGES liriii-iii Ar t'V in I'lan. " \iirll IS.- 'I'll" liririsii (|.'.s!rl>^ .'I liri.li;'^ thrown ac'O'S l.a Ha--.'.' .'ana: >.'(l fni in Ibo vii-iiiii;, of Loinloii i in' anil i'.ilKian'^ v;lio will i am f.,r 'li"iii arc � iiniiiiK friiiu H. ro-^s ilic im.' Women who are unnrrm-tomed to tiar.l work, �!iuh as worll in  niunition f.ictory, are stibjrrt to acbM unJ paiusi if the Kidneys are not workiii;; Hundred* of womrn wonlrt have bail to Rivi- up Ihrir patriotic work hail it not been for Perhaps you have had personal e'tperience (i thtue dis-tressinjf syniplonp!-pains Jn the side* nnil bark, Klieuina-tism or I.umb.iRo, conit-wit Ueailnrlies, snajllen joiut* or uiiuinv Iroiibl,-*. If jTofit by llie �\:iBiiil� ot Prii'-Ll-.I. Om i;:lt arr .t'll at a b^'X pr 6 f'f'i ft /OP f. B.imple (in* If y.'u write to National Drug and Chemical Co. of Canada, Limitadi Toronto U.S.A.Dri..C, ,tne. 202 Main Si . Btrr^lo. N.Y. IIS Insomnia Cured Without Drugs Internal Bathing Relieves the Cause. , If you do no! aliv.'p IIi'To i^' ahv.iyg Honio ,an,jc. Unu't Hlart doairiR with iinil a Kooil. Hounil sill p will be tho n.'Hu't. Th.' syj^tciii i-Hiiiiot b(! riRlit if tlii" Colon or lar^" liitrslinc in ii.,' lupt cliian sind frco from all wanti- niat'i r. IJalhi' liil end of the �,ii'. Not All in Favor rjporfi.' l.eibbour. ind'iptndonl so ciallii. Slid that thn aRreemenl be twcen .lat>a;i and America save food for lliiniKlit lud protfjted against llie Htatpnient that all tlm deputies had declared in favor of unrestricted siiU-niarine warlnre. 'My iiariy talces the Tiew.' he added, "that the submarine w.Triarc i on nioreliaiU slilppinK is Ju.stiflud iu i view of the rl(?bt to capture at sea j and KnglaiHru atarvatlon proclama. I tioii, but 11 rulhliMS war Is unjiisti-I fied. The theory of terror lias tin: I effect of prolonging the war and in j creU'dnK Hie number of Gurmany s opponentu" I Count Von \\>starp, ronnervat ive. , said there would hav� been nearly i j r,.nno.iMHi tons of KhIppinR furtlier ad- : I vunced If there had not been reuirlc-tions put on operation in Kebruary. ! ' limi. He said H large number ol U-1 boal.^ would ii.selul at the coiiclu I :iberKer. centrist, ob pcrved that al! previoUH statements of th.> ailiuiralty staff loncernini.^ tlie eff.'cts of I -b lat warfare xvould poiv be thiown into the waste paper ban-I kut. lie said that 1'boat biillilipK had not been proiiiotiul an iiiui li as ' was deriirable. especially lu the ' direction of buildiiiK mnall craft. Kvirylliing possible should be done In order to obtain their object nulek er and brinj; about peace. Their attitude in the event of an offer of au ariniHtiee would depend upon circumstances and upon the cesnloii made by lierniany'H enemies. More Trightfulneas Y*t \ Tile dlrtcusaton cloned with Admiral \'on i'apelle prouilsiiig to do every thIiiK to promote the development of tlie I' boat arm of the naval servica. WHY PERRY RESIGNED Ottawa. April 19.-Mr. Molloy ot i I'rovenelier. In the comtBons xva� luld j that CominiitBioner Perry had ""(.gign.. ed becuuse he objected to menibei� of ' and doctors did noi expect l] the mounted police force, recruited; up a quirter [ilnt of this Hweetly fra-j for overseas ("orvlce, being sent to ihu hook iiitorented nie. 1 got a '.I. B I,, j front in sinall drafts Instead of as � f'asi;ade' anil In n few days obtained reniurkoble results I now iileep and enjoy my mtxals better than for years before. I rpBard the 'J 11. I,. Cascade' n.i n lludsend lo me." The ".I, 11. 1,. I'ancade" is ti perfected appliance for Internal HathlnK. invented by Ur. Chaa. A. Tyrrell of .New York, ai{(l has been the meanH of re-storlnR thouaands to perfect liealth It Is shown and explained by the lied Cro.sH l)r�K t Book Co.. l,ethlirlilKi', who will bo pleased to Rive you uu IntoresllnB bnol; called "'Pbe What, Tho Why, The Way of Internal Hath Ing" on requcat. Aak for it. Advert. unit. Ho had favored the formation of a rcKiment or regitncnta from tln> force for overacas Hervic*. It was explained In the answer to Mr .Molloy'.s question that the I'anadian govern nient had made every effort to have flio men recruited from the mounted (lollce force sent oversea! as u unit, but thn Oritish authorities found It liiipoaHlble lo do this. Assistant-Corn missioner Wilson, the answer alated. bad also resigned, giving no reason fur bis realgnutlon. NO CAftUALTIKS Tell Your Wife Coms^Lift Off OoMnt hurt a bit to lift eei^* OP Mllus�� off with fingara. Not a twinge of pain or sorenuHs before applyliifc", or afterwards. This may sound liko u drouiii to corn-pustertMl men and women .who have been out-ling, (IllUK and weni'luK torturous plasters. Yea! Corns lift out and ealluKeti peel oft ua If by magic. A amall bolllo of fri'e-2one costs hut a few ceutii at any druR Flore. Apply a few drops dh-ectly u'.ion your tender isirn or cttUus, and Instantly the soreues.4 disappears: tiien uhortly the corn or ralliia will be so looBO that It llfl.s off. Freefone drien instantly. It doeKh't eat out the corn or callus, hut Ju.st shrivels Il U|i so it lift.i away without even irrltatliiB ihe sur-ruundliiH ulrin. Woiiieii should keep a. tlliy hottlo handy on thu dresser and ever lot a corn or ciillus ache twiuu. �iA