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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 24, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta rnou KKUXT 1'] Enlarge Scope of Fight It had now been decided to euls _ scope of (ho'operations to lu- cludo "Pimple." a commanding posl- Iton of great strength on the extreme north of Vlmy Ridge, similar lu uiiuy IRON SPRINGS Springs, April SI aewunl of iho unfavorable conJIttEii ol Ibe weather during Iho tori! part of Mtek. worlv on ibe Isiid was Mil as early as Wftlncsdiy sorje wero njaln at work. Although then) are a u-ho SK and harrowing yet. throughout the district, probably one- third or the crop Is In. The season Is respects to lilll US. Tho attack curried out at 5 a.m. on April 12, tu tlio uililst of snowstorm and over the most difficult ground.' la a man- lier beyond all praise. In 'jack the-enemy suffered very heav leaving many dead oa Ihe batlle in-J !n addition tro took over SCO prisoners, together with uumer- ous machine guns and trench The blow wss a severa one for tho enemy as it gained for us whole ridgo from Soucbez In ibo Scarpe and shattered the enemy's last hopes of being oble lo regain lost ground by o c punier-attack from Ihe north- east. The Mil trulls of our victory look Ehapo anj form oh tna 13lh. It was I, clear that Ihe enemy's new lint a; the loot of tbe eastern slopes of tho rldje would soon become untenable. Our observers had reported fires and explosions In the towns behind the enemy's lines and there were Indica- tions that retreat was Imminent. This was soon confirmed by our scouts, who acted with admirable skill and determination- Hatrots werd pushed forward all along the line. In places Iho enemy'bad succeeded in leaving under cover of darkness. In small rear guards new en- countered and overcome.. By nightfall our lino had been ei tecoed to beyond the Vlmy-Arrns rail way and the villages of Vtllervala Farous, Vimy, Petit Vimy.' Lachaud leres. Olrenchy were in our possess ion. Our captures had Increased t wi-ro worke-] ou single shift (liediod nvj ho Ihousht He had no grounds for illapullng the thul the safer way. Tint .inelhBil r.ilcrr'i slatcmeul in ihii particular, jwould divide iho output but would bo The cau of gas at that place had been safer. reported because Inspector Williams Jcf lire boss, followei liaj derided it. Ho hud not thought IIIMr. l.lnii niii] occupItHl [he reronlniler necesaary to do so before. Ha wasjof tba session. Ho was on shift Iho with Inspcclor O'lirlen when ho ad. mornlns beforo tho Ills vised tho withdrawal o( the from [evidence did not. ndd Jimch lo that part of Ihe mine. The coMHIoiis [knowledge ol Ihe Jury. He would roll fl.s shown Ihcn wero abnormal. Tblsoc- luro no opinion as to what ffluaoij the rcurred ou February 'Slh. Olid nnd I explosion, uot oven pulllug hluisel forly-three-hundreJths pe-rcentago of Ion record Ihftl It was a gas etplos gas was Indicated that duy. A wooden oil. or a dusl explosion. Tho Inriuos was adjourned to.tomorrow morning rop. P1NCHER. CREEK RUSSIAN MINISTER OF WAR IN ROUHANI Houmanlar ApriJ Londun.'-.Jpril J- .Oucbko Russian minister of war, arrived-here today and isrealded at a council of 'the He hetd other councils i'and was. given an audience ty before his'debarL- ure for .Russia. ert When Bilious, Slcic, Headachy, Constipated, or For Bad Breath. 1 or Sour Stomach.. 'up _lnside' to- night and feeninerTake Casearets to yonr liver'add clean Ihe bowels and stop'headaches, a bad bit louanesa, otrensive breatb, coated ton salloTmess, .'soar stomach, ant gases. Tonight take CascareU and en Jo'y the nicest, genlleat liver and bowe cleanser you ever experienced. Wake up" feeliog gra -Everybody's .doing IL Cascarets best laiatlve for cbHdrcn AdtertisemenL Plnchcr Creel, April it late In this dislrlct have been dc- :idedly unsettled >s to whether they are' the bine's or tho whites. The :ountry round about Is completely en- veloped again' this morning in a mantle' of shpV. It niay have no furth- er-effect Iharl n day or two of. delay, iut Is now, froth 10 to, 12 lays' lalo. It.causes might .well have been dispensed with. An'aburidancB of moisture.Is jilljroady o hand bu Elde.-VA: Ihe' ;armeis-ln the soulh' Hare .been able on- the hlgh-'lauis and c" onsid- e'rable SEedlrjg has been.done. In the CARDSTON irr week. and'much'of.'lhd land Is yet loo wet to plough. .At Glenwood and KJinball so far..1 _s llerB has been the moat seed- ing done. Operallons would have been in lull swing Ihls week bat-Ioi- the low- which began falling about 6 a.m. 3d Is still coming down. Between here and Spring Coulee lhere Is considerable, seeding already done and ploughing was going" al: a good: rale all last week. Aetna .of the fallow has plowing is prcigress- Ing! Jnla Is In.' the country east of Ihe tool-hills... All west Is yet. loo. wet lid farming' '-'operations are wailing for winds to'dry cut the land. Reports from Woolforfl slate that iloughirig Is only beglnnlDg and very Hlle seeding: done'as yet Mr. Earl Carlson started drilling last weei but this is ihe.only farm reported, as seeding. Al Rnley seeding Is progresslne nice- ly.'and many plough outfits are at work. are the teams possible as a rule so as to speed up the-work In'Vlew'of the lateness of door was put.In the next day. He thought if the- same current ot air passing through tho airway In afternoon as was In .the morning there would be no difference in amount of gas thrown oH arid re- maining In Iho air. He admitted Ihut there was the Eamo necessity [or a brattice man in tho afternoon as in tho morning sbltt. Ho aljO thought it might have been have that section on a sep- arate spilt. Had to Quit for Gas Georgo Linn, a miner of livenly-ono years' experience, eleven of which he had worked at Coal Creek, was tho ncil witness and proved clear and concise In bis statements and stuck to them. He bad been on ahltt on. Sat- urday beforo Lhc explosion on the next Thursday. Usually Iho ventilation was and he had found no gas the-Iast day he worked at his placo which was rcom threo In number' live incline, bad found- gas .previously- and mentioned ..on-, January 6th ivheh he and his partner had to quit on account of Ibe the place. The seemed, to. come from the.floor. When he went down to put his check In the car he was liable to loose his light. .Thls.hapuened at.'iia face of FROM FI'.OXT PAGE) nufuber five incline on tie mcrnlns Sir Thomas White, replying :lo question by Hon. Pugsley, mail a statement corcrlitg plans for Ibe con strucllon of steel and wooden ship In Canadian shipyards. lie said tha tho imperial government had place orders for 22 steel vessels and furthi orders for eight more were under co slderallon. These would keep all Ca adlan shipyards busy during 1017-ai a part of 191S, and addition tonnage would be provided. Sir Thomas added (hat ho bad lake up with tlie imperial munitions' boa: the question of the advisability building a number of wooden ships Canada after conferring with'-. il Perry, n' representative of Ihe.lmpc Jal govenimenl.'he bad olfered to loa the' munition board lliu sum ot lor this Vpurpbsc. tie ha looked Into the sltuatjon between t Atlantic and.. Pa'cltlcrcoasls convinced that shipbuilding could fdone. shift.-Ho'did nofthlnk i. much gis'encou'nlered ou the morning shifi: Askei lo give his, reason-for so IhlnklDg) he said'it wes.hecauis of Uld'working of the'coal1 arid closing ;'anuVUie passing pi cars Ibrbugh them, "tKus Inihrfering with tbe ventllattOD. Tho disiance iho tiad to travel also1-had som'ellilng thlnk..ihal' Iphhage In Canada." -'.Mr. Pu'gsley, white expressing sal faction with the statement, regret! that the government Itself had not taken steps to bultd ships In Canada. Sir Thomas "White announced that Sir George Tester while at vyashing. tori an official luvlta- r nt> jmy Itul lUli ihouM N ukcu tbKt irittton'-wUM U ou- jctl. cij'iftfit'd Iho oiilutoti U (bo duty ro f.ina Inutors lulo Ontarly m o Sir CSnl OLI o Hit be cau ?u uut i but tariii nro in two or Ibrcf) teitdi-a It ould bo to laVi) ULU nil raw qiitcrluK lulu their Ttio ttcMtu efio, April or (urn ii e ry inaimfftc t urlng inlddto west ei lire 33 Iho unless Iho federal govern EOOEI lo aid Iho t .nmchlpcry thcro be a ecrlou of tUi ncrcaeed demand for foodstuffs aru ho shortage of farm labor more innct: lery la neeilcd and manufacturer re urging that furm Iniplcments as. war muhitlona lu .ordc manufacture not If lun ilir Mnd ol (ai line, or, 1', llotal.l. 1111 v A'Sf f. h" "fi J'S rTwTt'nT W HlUrr, uu >uur >'otk, or conlncli IDVTII r In Inn t Jolmion, entile litor I ruin put ui> "y to ilty or1 roulnv ind Additional Classified lullcs cJJl H. U 7-9-11. 60 ncrci nl- bal'snrc Inrmcili terms half >ui) ?-3 srain to 1'nrly No bulldlnna on farm. 0. Alborln. FARM WANTED heap (rom owuori 01 farm' lunda tor sale, houjcs and vac aril loll. Wo hnvo.buj-crs. N. II. t Coa 10 McPonnlil Illock. 101-0 nionlnii MlnliiR Co, ilnte'lowoit coiiknion or I'rofdrrcil '111 ovon' liuq'' drcd Ipla fur lulMicJIMfi delivery, Olvo tull Mrllcultri (IrtVlDltor, Hox U> Hornld. curtailed by BliorUtc of inalorluli and credit fdclllliea. Tho gofe'rni'uonl hna already, con- tracted for the cntlro output for two years of collon buck, according lo If, II, Jinllsbsck of pccro and com- pany, 1'hts riclloLi will curtail Iho output of blndcrE, Ihe umiiutnclurern Bay, as It "111 lakn the buck necessary for tho manufacture ot bin- dor, au'runa, Wultuie In iiiimi- Ilty, olibcr for or to ,iell on cQuiinliilon. I sunriiHtQ you liil- lifaclory dual elllior Qot your belt quocailoEi anil (lien BCIK! for mo. .VYadOliiKton, Tho I'lioits no. y. 113-0 L SKNI> YOUR KUHNlTUnE or auT'' tlilns you wlili lo 'oil to Wilton) auction (jollorlci lo bo IncMcii la my auction gated, pr wo will conduct an ouctlon solo on your own or wo trill buy It nrul pay you cull. Wilson's Auction Oallorles, 1023, Donilnlcn lllock. J'liono pav apol lor furnHuro or.miylhlnic'you may tiavo for sale. Uotoro Relllne aee us, wu would bo only loo glad If you giro in a call. We aro nlwnji prptnpt. City Second Hand Slorc. tith Strocl South, -Phono U28. 112-0 When Women are Weak Women who feel weak, languid and who look pale and duJl-eyed, arid have lost appe- ,tite and fresh a'topic that .yvill purify the blood, help the organs of digestion, regulate the liver and bowels, and strengthen the system. It long has Keen that TO I'AHTIKS 1 WadJIiiBloii'u weekly autllou tale, attended by crowds of buyers, la tho safest and surest way of disposing of your eo'odB. Ten or IKtcon people bidding In open competition on ono plcco of furnllufo IE euro to produce n good prlca for''you. ,Think Ilils over, your eooda conie In ono day and you receive tho "next., Consult mo before you mako final ar- rangements. Frank Waddlqglon, Iho phona 770. HeBldcnco 4G9. 113-li are a blessing to weak women, for they quickly correct womanly ailments, improve the appebtey purify the blood and reestablish healthy conditions; :They are safe to take as they are purely vegetable arid without any harmful drug. A few doses will ;bring better spirits, improved nealth and a feeling of fitness. Worth a Guinea a Box FOH When H-rlylr.j itmllon FOH 30 pound Dutch computing barrel scale, good as new, for salo cheap. Apply Box 30, Herald. FOR second-hand tinny buggy, collapsible. Call at CIO 8th SI. S., or [ihono 1B5S. FOR nulp In. eood shape. Electric, llghls anil stnrtlcr, new tires. Prlcp 107a or P. 0. 13or 328. FOH used Ford'. Bargain Apply Nallress, 3U Sill St. south. '.________'. PIANO FOR fine 19110, on view ut our store. -'AlBo. Beveral organs from- (30 up. J Willis' Pianos, Hull Block, 3rd S. 562, H. C. Ci fff fOK i aewtng1 Mi machine in EOOil condition. Trice J12.M. cKe table, two drpii' leaves, J2.50. Apply, a{ .617 ,7tli St. South, or phono 132Q.' 113-1 GU1EH, GLOSSY i COALDALE. Coaldale. Aprti cold wea- of a weet ago com- pletely halted seeding- operations. Three or four days were pracUcally InsL But Friday aiid Saturday saw all-.the outfits again. The snow at- present falling may cause another...delay. ;The wqik has-only- got nicely, started. The first seeding has Bpronted and making Its appear- ance above (he ground. Every avail- able, form of power Is in use, old and new, -_Bleam' and gas engines, Ford cars, etc. Every horse that can carry a harness la commission. All we- need Is: faTorablo weather and [bat at an date. Save YourrHatrl Double 111 Beauty In a Thlil If you care for heavy hair, that glistens wftfO beauty and Is radiant life; has an ness and la and Instroua, (ry Dandorine, Just one application doubles the beaaly of your Jiair, besides ft ImmeA-, lately cvcrj' partlfle of dan-1 ,drufi; you cannotk-have nice, heavy, rfdailhy hair If you have dandruff. This destructive scurf robs the hair ol Its lustre, its strength and Us very If not overcome It produces B. fCTerlshness and itching of the Iho, hair reels famish, loosen and'dlfe; then the hair folia lf-yp'ur hair has been neglected and IB tUid, faded, dry, scraggy oily, get a 25-cent bottle of Dariddrlne" at'any drug store of toilet counter; apply a little as directed anfl fen minutes after you will ?ny this was itie bo-iit Invcslment you .ever made. believe, regardleas of else advertised, that If you desire soft, luolrous, beautiful hair an3 lota'ot It-r-no. Itching and; no more falling, usa Knowltoa'e Danderloe. II hy not ycm want extra, a bulldog grip oil the slipperiest practiced freedom: !rom v NOBBY TREAD Tl n to the FItrald) [und for Ihe benefit .of the families of the fnlncrs hilled In the explosion at Coal Creek oa.the fifth Instant Is steadily grjvring'anrl got a. substantial Increase as tho result'of Die sacred concert Elnn.ln the Grind Theatre last night. .The cn.urches 'were requested. lo cancel brerilnjr. serrlccs wblch moat of them did and, the theatre was fill- ed to overflowing. A fine prograuime was rendered'and two hundred and fifty dollars Vas realized. Manager Wilson presided and made a liberal contribution to the rund- Thc fund has neared the four tuo and mark and It la hopcil that It Kill Elill be greatly increased as funds are needed hy the families EO Eurldcn- ly terett of their-bread winners. NEW U S SUB LAUNCHED I'orlsmtrath, N. 11, Apr. submarine L-3, the first craft of the kind to be the Portsmouth nayy yard, was launched today In Ihe presence ot only B few persons. With a body of extra heavy construction, protected by the sturdy, specially, toughened Hnobs of .the tread that resist wear like iron, Dominion Nobby Trisad TifeSxare proof. Everything that goes into is as near perfect as can make it You will get out of them a security from skids and punc- tures and tire troubles- an extra will make the additional first cost look small indeed. But no one type of tire can possibly suit all needs any more than one hat can fit all heads. So we make the W PLAIN TREAD TREAD The ujpTcme o( arrtl-stJd Bciency and lo CHAIN TREAD Trie lamoul anrUUo1. Mojl eEncieat tire ia ill price Goib but little more (hin Plain Tread, and u a dependable anli-jlid. Ecooomical and service- able. The of >U Domioioo Tio, Select the Dominion Tires suited lo the weight and power of your car and the conditions under which it will be driven, and you will be sure of low mileage cost and consistent service. And The largest Manufacturer of Rubber Goods in the British Empire stands behind Dominica Tires Canadian Consolidated Rubber Co., Limited HEAD OFFICE MONTREAL 28 BRANCHES THROUGHOUT CANADA Indlrm motorcrclej.JUBt overhauled. Also -presto light, horn and a 'side "car which' lias run-.4CO miles." Will fce'sbld nt a liarealn. Apply Clias..Hendorsori, H. A. SugEltt's-farm, Coaldale. '113-5 FOHD UOADSTRR- ovor- lianlnl.- Stewart horu and other, ac- ccssorlcs. ''Ono -spare'' tire. Superior Supply Ro.. 13Ch St. and 2nd ATC. S. FOR snetland pony, per- fectly gentle to driie or ride; also one srnaH cart arid ha'raesa.'Ap- ply_M. McKenzle, PhonelR-109. 108-0 FOR B. 5I..F. Stuaebaker 30, firo passenger car In. good'runn- ing order. B. A.. Sharnun Cov 1217 2nd Avo. FOH of tho flneit homes In tho city, modorn 8-roomed hoijBQ centrally located. Hot water beating anil gas throughout. Two lots, a bar- gain for Apply Boi 16, Herald. 105-0 to take over piano almost and. assume psyr. ments, with a sraall. cash' payment lown. ?2DO piano 1550, can be seen ot 113 3th St.' S. roorn- Ingo or evenings, or apply hy jleller lo Box. 3. Herald. FOR Second tuna automo- bllea. One Brant Sti run- OVily atant 'mllcJ.V Fordi. One 191S SfcLaughlln Daby 3d Roadster. Also ono DodRo Dro's. flTe'' paiaenger louring car, iiolor Sale.ij Ltd. 70-0 WILLIS I'IAN03. excel all others In purlly, BlrerlBlli nnd Duality 'ot .tone and 'In bcsl, ciccl. all others. In strength and quality of tone '.and In beauty of design. Ingncctlon Invited. New show room, Hull Block, 3rd Avc. B. Phono i 662. 0.' O. Balmbn, rnnnagef. '''112 0 _ TO .MAKE MONKY OTTIIOUT TAK- IXG Send your fumllura or anything j-ou may havb for sale. We Ecirhl you r_ price. idvertlao your gooda'at onr oxpense. Wo cbargo commission ot 6 to 10 iifr cent-. only. Goods moyo losl in our store. Wo niea'n ,whal we .'.'Bay.' Phone 1428. 406 '5th' Street S. ..'City Second. Store. I-clhbrldgc. 4. KOH Wo stock Brintford, Slandafd blcj-cles. -Fitted with Dunlop Traction Tread Tires arjd deal eciulpmcnt throughout- Prices from 510.00 to 165.00. cmh .orV.eMjr terms. Second hand cycles always In stock. Itepalrs nnd flcce'ssorleff. Leth- brtdKO Cycle Co., 110 Fifth Street S.' (l AHEAD BY HBAU1NO. WAD- DINOTON'S 'A toc.11 party's attention attracted by my ad last week. Ho 'was about to sell his (nrhltn'ro. DotoreVclqtta'g the deal he consulted mo' wlth'tlic re- sult thai I banded him a' check for one. hundred dollars moro.- than be hnJ decided (o acccrl- Send for mo. before yon decide. Frank-. ton the" auctioneer, -5, O. f-> vO.alJ-rti- ;