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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - April 26, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta FRIDAY. APprT. 2�. im, M.Iiii'.niiM.K iii:nALi) GREAI VALOR OF WINS Hi V. C. I.'indon/ April ::r.. Thi- \ J toria r'liiHn liBH hfnn ii"-;irilI(lim riiiWPI-ilpwr. (if Ih' Ciiiiii llHii onvniry, for mfinr conHiiiinmis briivciy iiliil ilnul' when to inriiiiiiiiiil ^'f ii Miniadron i| for rvln' of t MTV Important nature I'iiplaln Ftowprdow wns iMirn in Isvr, at Norfolk, lOiigliiml n.' w.ts fijinirrly a rancher iit Wnllin iiiii, It V A MlHtnr Ift a iiiirsi' in l^iiKiiinij. On reaclilfiK hl� objmilvi". I'lownr-ct"u- two llnod of flio MH'Miy carh xixty f^tronjf wJth iiiBcliini- kuw In lu' cctitro and nanh*. om- Mm' ludnK �i>ont yanlR hehlml llif otlior. I HcallzinK llw? rritlcnl niiliiri' of tli'> I oprmflon and Udw mmh d"'i'y, V'c. In 'I's-(n'liiiii iiml cnrry Miit lti(� Hp cliiirRc. 'Iln-v'iniiclron. Ic^-i tlio oiif troop, pus-i'd oM-r tiotii lliii'-i. klliini; tiii. r'ni:ri;y wltli til" MHliri\ .l(|ioii(i;!i die ,-)lH,j('d tlioioHi'lvPH ill :i p,).Mi;o'n w licri' Ilii'V wcrf Joined, a'.ti-r imi'li h:n\i\ to )innd (lnlilInK liy l>liul llnr-Vcy's pnrty l-lowti't'w w .1 ; dim-K^roii^ly woiiiidfd ilniiiU'.Ti ImMi ini^liH diirlriK' U>'v o\.lioii.^, lim nintipiii'd fo rhviT oil lilH iimii,. 'rinTi' i in lie tio ddUht tliat ttil.'j oIIh'im'. i;n ,1: \,iliir All- tdr prltnf fiirror In n. I'aiitalii Fioui'rdPiv "ciil )�> );ji;,'-liind us a trooper in ftie Sir.n'i''iilim from Valearlier in >'epleinlii:i-, l:ill. rt'celvlnn a coininissl'in after Hervlo' In Kraiice. UiiJiLlNO ENTER THE HA NSURANCE FIELO CARDSTON CEIESMS GIVE ENTERTllN Officii Sl;iter f>. Re U. I ni ir.iMce. F. A. Hail til. �i 1:,. ei I , HUNS RAPlDiy :l !lir 'i .he d I. d i- r 're- 1, l.ii-l 1111 ; rr er !: m! ill - di I lie 111 ^le �;ile Int. ii^iHIHMiaHIIIHimWIHUtlMimHI^ The Simple "W! Superiority f Pathe SOME articles achieve iamc by their intrinsic merit as viewed by the ptihlic. Others by the puff and blow of their producers. The J'atho-plionc success is as simple as it is sure. It is due to its being an improvement iipun anytliinij whicli has come before it or since. The crif,'inal Patho' Frores took the old-time talking machine and develcpcd-it until it is now the supreme achievement. Note these improvements : h>-st( aJ ("f the lcad of a metal bound chainher- an all-wood iMie (on the violin principld. Instead of rccorJiii|^ in narrow tound waM's-a unique Pathe'method with \oiifr sound waves, more contact, nunc tone, richer music. of "varni'.hcd boxe^"-IianJsoine obinel.v-in liistoric period dcsitjns. Instead of playlnij only one or two kinds of rec i)rd t'u- Pathc-phone will p^ty all niaUi > i I ni oid-,. ilirciiir Hie la Wlore �Ijli,- ' m ,),.� "p;i)ion �;iiy in ;aid de a li '.i.rl )i"r The fX I,, 'nlie,- r. iin lii-i il in �� i;r;i n in uri'i'ii,' 1> It sllolll.l l,e tlie r r \. � tilis .M'lr elel an ev ai' 11 Till rs : A 1 ii li; 'iirani )� lie .1  nreiie'iii \v in-=Mr .11" ' all' e f 11 i! j I' I'A. \Ki ii.eiim ; �111 ! ri li: I I il � Iron dvi bevl.i .-.,11 1!. Id t lii� I :e.jO( latlnll ' I 11 one of ^ ' illipa M les, t imintiei-H I inutile to I'll In till I �ii' Here e I rncinber;* I Hie Held I I 11 i I III. .1 Hie '1 .� or i] ill'.Ill,  111 1 in; "Ver;. 'f-'.11:. til 1 'li.*10', out lis ,Ik''I1I 1 learly a II a -il silU' e ilii p.l li >� or '�' r. Any HiatcnHiil-lllltrile. i ' � ; 111-iii.ii  1 - 'ir 1 " e,li any 1.:. Vliinw � ' ' Jo Hi'. \'' ar .''1 tiidl 111: iti-iir 1 what 'iijt rary 'ill' il � 1 r 1.11n tiiiive,. .^itlieil. W Illiiill.S'HO rHAM. i ieneral .S^" rPtii,--.- GERMANS WER TAKEN BY SURPRISE if ill ill! LOCAL DEALERS HUDSON'S BAY CO. LETHBRIDGE .^;n.�terll,lnl. April -A rorres-poiidi'til oj t)ie ' Kraaf aends word from tile frontier thai a huh" fully twenty-five yards was lilo'vii In thn ZeehriiKKe mole hy "he Hritish .suli-naii-ine wjiirli wan loaded with f-xj)U>-fives and -ejil against ihe mole. 'Oil'- may -^ee elearly ilirougii the niole.' s-ays Hie rerri'.'iliondi nl, '�wle'ti lookiiii; fi'iiii a Rrear di-^taii .�. fnnii east I'l Kc~\ Tile hiiaiii :. - near the coast, �hinvlinr Hiai, the, siibniarinc went (Hill' far into the I:a liuJ'. not-willK-tandin,;,' llie ha,'rie.iiliii;-; laintl-iv-anri'H sui'ii as iiel,'* .iii'l old la)at,s. On tlie shine .s-ide of tiie harbor !ie.e.u' of Ilje eusloiniiiy ii:t:litly crui-^i's ' i'l'- ' i�ii ' i arii'roM'"4s wei � I the Ueii cros^ fii'ii; I 111'' "niertahierH liai i 1  '�- 111 '.vlileli Ibny 'i I i lialrmiii'.. ^Ir a Port, MinH M, Pickup morning to take a IVft, commercial I l.ethbi'idge, ,Miss Kveatly niis,-ieil as -frionds while in w llio CardBton pliarm i of ail ihut ,sbp suX mvl rarih-l ted the sum of J.'n, ' her, Ihi;, was held by Nii If IV ,'1 iss I.itla Neilsoii, ,'. iei i Hi(- liiispiial for ovn i m. and arouii'l aKaln. .�\ nie'.t'iiiK of the I Oil I on I'Yid.iy aiicnnou af their r')omi�, months and days. AIR IflACHIHES "1 '1, ... ., pi ! ����  -li  i ' ii � '� \ � -.V ll.a . 11 it,' � � .1 ll'i ' ' : 1,1 i'id! y ii'iiu' ill!'.: I'l I i' "lii.i :i � "f He -.' Ill ...N I �. ;�� ' ,  ��ir : '� 'I' �. '.'p i  : . ' � hi>r-i i"i .. � M.Kiv, ' '� ami t.iUe ;iijii�-Tii !\  �� Ml Sam mill nbout, � .�','ie attack �n-�,i'''-iot- is misfor-1 I laiiKiiiK a mirioiu!; .\s 11 I own it is im- -II ii- ' |- ii,ii! 'ileil ' IV 'v.Hi A .1, 11 ,^'i]nda,\- w il il ~ li !i, Spen ' for liie (.ray I'ii-i: iiia -I- i.;i-.i|'li Saturday 111 Hie (', ofjii e at �iii "111 be iiiade many �: broHier at It !- f le wish I III her new '-r\ iiu' Ui'lHe. a � i.o 111-:. off tlel-�ky nil lull Speu- �k. 'Ml in - out was FIVE aURNED TO DEATH Brooklyn. Mas:--. .-Vpril llii. l-'ivi nil ii were hunieil lo lo di all; in .i fire whii li destroyed the baleriii.s of II. HIewiMt ami Son and the lioine of Mrs. Kuseni! Ulewett here eirlv today . DOMINION TIRES iMINIQNjm��ALI CANADIAN MADE Domioioa TlrM era u Canadian as the Boys who carried the Maple Leaf to Klanders, Tha Dominion Rubber Syalem-^th ita factories, warehouses and branches-is easily the largaat manufacturer and distributor of CANADIAN MADE TIRES in Canada. Every portion of the praceis of manufacture-from purifying the crude rubber, which now cornea to ua from our own rubt>er plantalioiiH in ths East Indies, to the final inspection of the completed tire-la carried out in CANADIAN FACTORIES BY CANADIAN WORKMEN, More than this, EVERY "DOMINION" TIRE IS MADE IN CANADA Our leadership is do* to tl|� Tires thsatMlve*. Their quality has built ujj tbsir nation-wide popularity. > And to thinic that onl>' fotir yeara ago-in February, 1914-our firm DOMIN ION Tire waa mads t Svrely our achievement to leadership in four years a record that any Canadian induatry might well be proud,of. "DOMINION" Tir^s are QOOD Tires and are sold by the best Canadian dcalern, CANADIAN CONSOLIDATED RUBBER CO. LIMITED EXECUTIVE OPnCES I MONTREAL Branches in thi largest cities throughout Canada NO HOiSTEAO FOR ALIEN WHO LEFT Ottawa, \pril L'.'e-On motion for third readiiu' of ibe Itoniitiion Lands till! in the s...,:ii" today. Senator ^Ir Means uiow't rsanator llradbiiry's ameniliyeii'. lei l.iriiiK that 'd shail he prima fai.ia ' vi'lenre thai a person Is not cnli'lel '(i p.iteui fer a (�;itii!-diai) lionu's!e;iil if liavtnp; heer. eri^ Inally a suhji'ii or r.'.ldenl in any state at v. ih His Ma,ii-st\ and haviPK been iniairaliied iu fanada that iieisnn a; any time since May. 1914. lia,-. liee'i ju any such state or left Canada to mo to any siioli state; and thi-i burden of proof to the con trary Phall be upon sucli person. The aniendmeiit was adopted. 'I'lie rallwity bill was also Klveu the third reading.  WOULDN'T STAY FOR * $10,000.  > : .;.. V V ? ? When liie haiile lor Hill To bp-iSK waned, several forward V,M r .\. duK-outs were dcstroyml by .sneli ure. These dugouts are in incsl advanced j>u�itlous and line tlie most larKely used piitlis leading to and from tlie trenche.s in *iri of relays. The men eotulue and Koing are sure to net Hotnuthing lo eat, und sornothhig hot to drink ai these phices. .Many of thetu ui'o manned by army ehaplnins who work hand iu band with the lied Triangle men, \ story in told of one soldier, �ho. after ttoeiiug a tihcll destroy a Bed Triangle dug-out for the second tiine. said to the socretary in charge, "l wouldn't stay there for $Jt>,000 � year, " "Neither would I," was the reply of the "Y" man, who proceeded to Rather up the retnnantB of his stock ln< trade and t'onlinued to serve the boys in his �oue. KAISER VISITS SCENE ICS London. April Router's Atn- .slecdnm correspondent seud the lol-lowiiiy dispatch from Dorliu: "The kaiser on Tuesday visited iieebrmiKo, llio scone of the frustrated IJritlsli raiil. Ho boarded the Mule whero ho i onvlined hliusolf Ihut the damage cun.sed had ulreuiiy been tem-yorarlly reiiaired and that u final brtdgiuK of the K'tf cuii he done In a (aw dayii. 'ie alto assured hliuseU of the prefectly,KooU condlllou of all the atructures alld iiistiillutiouH on the tmlM' ut ttio Mol� which was tha obieotivs vt iitMUnvk murna �f f Salt 31 Ti"- ! a:ii;:-" i -'III! i ' DlliM'd i'lfiii It!:-:.; J iiriiiiSii't fii .|i �r, i.,-' � 111! Iln W| ' f ' I" . ji,, ' ' ;',' :h'H.';,, iM �i'i|i 'i r.;ii!,:'i.,i � i 'I '''Mi I ;i 'ii'^i. i I ' :;'' ii I; 1' ' $25 $30 . $35 $40 many prices, patterns and styles, 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 appearance. adviincing pricf^s and doubtful .qualities make it wise to buy what you require from reliable firms. Fashion-Craft is sold by 200 reliable inerchants in Canada. Local Selling Agency L. KEEL LETHBRIDGE - ALBERTA 90 ;