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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - April 26, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta FRIDAY, APPTT, 2fi, ttllJi Till': l^:mB[\rDGE daily iierald PAGKNING GREAIVAIOROF mimu. Loniion,^ April 25.-Tuo Victoria CrosH liaB beon nwrirdcd to Captain Uonlon Flowordow, Into oC tlio Cnna-Sluii cavnlry, for most conapicuoua bravery iinil (IbbIi when in comiHaml of a H(jiia(h'on doimllod for service oC a very important nature. Captain Plowenlew \v(i.-rs;iy ol' Alberta. She expects to be at iionu: ilirough tho sumher. .V/.r. and Mrs. McDowell or tho government telephones branch, have taken up their residence in Cardston. Mr. n. S� McDonald, manager of the ISoyal hank, lias beon trau.^l'erred to fOlrosc, .Sask., and lefi for liis new liost last Saturday nioi-niiig. ile wll) be mucli. missed because lie was un-faiUingly friendly and he)pl"i!l. Mr. Kennedy, of'Calgary, is !o be in liis place for a few days when .Mr. McKay, of Nutana, Sask., will come and take charge of this branch penuatientiy. Kverybody Is glad (o see .Mr. Sam .Tones, conductor, out and about again. He has had a severe attack ot the lagrippe. Mr. McDonald, police inspector, is now stationed at Macleod. Miss Rose Harker had tlie misfortune of breaking her arm cranking a l''ord car-on Saturday niornihg. As Dr. Lynn happened to he in town it was soon set again and she is Improving nicely. , Mr. and Mrs._D. T). Spencer motored to Lethbridge on Saturday with A. J. Stoddard, coming back on Sunday with two new Gray Dort cars. D. D. Spencer now has the agency for the Gray Diort. Miss -M. Pickup left on Saturday morning to take a position in the C. P.R. commercial telegraph office at Lethbiiidge. Miss Pickup will be greatly missed as .�he made many friends while in with her brother at the Cardet.on pharmacy. It is the wish ot all that she sitcceed iu her new work. The aluminum preserving kettle, a generous gift donated to the I.O.D.E. by Mr. A. R. ,(|ox and raffled off netted the sum of $50. The lucky number, 182, was held by .Mr.^. D. D. Spencer. Miss Tvufa Neilson, who has been in the hospital for over a week, is out and around again. A meotiing of the I.O.D.iS. was heid on Friday aftenioou at their rooms;, A report of the Calender club %vas �given for the year by Miss Thompson. The club v.-as forinecr~a year ago last March and closed this March. The sum of .$riiil.21 was realized by the efforts ol tho year, months and days. NOHOiSTEADPOR ALIEN WHO LEFT Ottawa,;l 25.-On motion for third reading of the Dominion Lands bill in the senate today. Senator Mc-Means moved Senator Rradbury's aniendiyeut declaring that ut shall he prima facia evidence that a person is not entitled to patent for a Canadian homestead i� having been originally a subject or resident in any state at war wnth His Majesty aild having been naturalized in Canada that person at any time since .May, 1914, has been in any such state or left Canada to go to any such state; and the burden ot proof to the contrary shall be upon such person. The amendment was adopted. The railway bill was also given the third reading. .;. .> .> > * > .;. . ? WOULDN'T STAY FOR : : : ? ? 0MINI(�ljiNai75ALLCANADIAK MADE Dominion Tires are as Canadivn as the Boys who carried the M aple Leaf to Flanders. The Dominion Rubber System-with its factories,-warehouses and branches-is easily the largest manufacturer and distributoriof CANADIAN MADE TIRES in Canada. Everyvporlion of the process of manufacture-from purifying the crude rubber, which now conies to us from our own rubber plantations in ths East Indies, to the final inspection of the completed tire-is carried out in CANADIAN FACTORIES BY CANADIAN W6RKMEN. More than this. EVERY "DOMINION" Our leadership is due to tl|e Tires thimselves. nalion-wide popularity, * And to think that onl>t four years ago-in February, 1914 TIRE IS MADE IN CANADA Their quality has built up th'eir -our firat DOMINION Tire was made 1 Stfrely our achievement to leadership in four years is a record that any Canadian industry might well' be proud,of. "DOMINION" Tirtjs are GOOD Tires and are sold by the best Canadian dealers. CANADIAN CONSOLIDATED RUBBER CO. LIMITED EXECUTIVE OFFICES: MONTREAL Branches in thi largest cities throughout Canada Wlien the batilo for Hill 70 was be-ifcg waged, several forward Y.M.C.A. dug-outs were destroyed by .shell fire. These dug-outs are lu mo.'Sl advanced positions and line the most largely used paths leading to and from the trenches in ifort of relays. The men coming and going are sure to get something to eat, and something hot to drink at these places. Many of thent are manned by army chaplains who work hand in hand with the Red Triangle men. A story lis told of one soldier, -who, after seeling a shell destroy a Red Triangle dug-out for the second time, said to the secretary in charge, "I wouldn't stay there for Jlt),000 a year." "Neither would I," was the reply of the "Y" man, who proceeded to gather up the remnants of his stock In-trade and -continued to serve the boys -in bis isone. KAISER VISITS SCENE. 1S3 London, April 2G.-Renter's Am-.slej'dam (;orrosi)ondent seud the following dispatch from Berlin: '-The kaiser on -Tuesday vislteS Zeebrugge, the scene of the frustrated British raid. He boarded the Mole w'hero he convinced himself that the damage caused had already been temporarily reiiaired and that a final bridging of the g/ip can be done in a few days.. He aleo assured himself of the prefectly,good condition of all the structures and installations on (he outeri,pQst o� the Molo>iWhich was-U�o oblectlve ottijft-attack AIR mm ,0 (ii- iiir- Toronto, April 'JSJ.-.\ specii;) c-ibie to the Mail and I'hniiii-c I'l-oia London say.�: "Aviators 011 liotli sidfs arc di;--playing unusual activity. N'muci-nus liglits occur day and night, nnd ilip main railroads oi' the iiiunil imi pots are being bombed by alliiMl men, "CcniiBn pri.'ioners say \\yw liic central cmijirc.-; are orgnnizinj,' big eacadrilles, in an ,itton)))t lo wrci-^t tlie mastery of tho air from the uliics. "Now machines and engines- ai-(' rapidly being built in flermanr. One of Ihese Is a new tyjie avialik v,-illi engines developin,? irom 2'M to horse iiowor. 'I'lie avia(il;K will ),v used lo regulate- artillery fire. .\ new type of Foliker luariiine also is being buili. This macliino will be made to carry three macliino guiil SIS m. a.ltrarlivc^ ni lias :in- nomiced liy lOvangelist i'i (lic-n mentioned a ijun'.lii'i- of if-'ipul.-n- lies of ilio iii'i'scnt day that (lli-(;c(lr contra-dii-l Cod's word, 'I'hci-c will Vic iHi Sii'i unliiy snrvicea this v/eeli. It i;, crqicTi.Ml ih.' meet-iiig.-i will continue at h-ii;! two more wcidis. S|)('ri;il ii!lc;-r.-l. "Ci , Lie." It was ajt';tl;cr '-�ij-on^' .iii'S a,;.'i Tib- point ('injilia:--i/( (I Ll; roii);.'.'"":' ',.�;li 111.' jii-ojic while lilt' i.'ihe" woi-lia on a s�i buf-k of (ho pllol " THE CANAOlAlvl SALT CO, LIMITED $25 $30 many prices, patterns and sl^yles, in many materials are features of interest to be found ' in Fashion-Craft quality clothes for spring dnd summer 1918. every suit made with equal care and skill, each chosen for service as well as a|)pearance. advancing prices and doubtful ^jualities make it wise to buy what you require from reliable firms. Fashion-Craft is sold by 200 reliable merchants in Canada. Local Selling Agency L. K E E L LETHBRIDGE . ALBERTA 90 ;