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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 30, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta British Take Orders Unc Meld -at AH i CosU Army n y-nni-o. April iS.-lUy CiicadUu Ov afaii the Cariadhns have Jrfveu positions which they were ot lu ihe grey dawn ft this (Saturday) inorniua. after un artillery fcomtonl- wr.' oi great Wic-nsliy iro-jfs vanl-cd the protection of a tar- wia'cl !ho grouud through to pass with a hUl "ht steel and attacked the villas Going forward in fiMov -Kavi-s, rach. like, sn incoming liJe, oncrrach- -Jns still furlhcr on the delonse o! he Germans, our men through Ihe retrains ot what a few days atu we e exccVdlnsly SUMS wiro entmislcmeins, s'cce the batllo of by iho continual labor of thousands bf Ihe enemy, and ordered to-he uola biVii urevent Ihe further en- croachments of ihe Mlish army uu- on ihe plain toward Doual. U the momeut ot filing this dis- patch Ihe fislmng continues and Ger- man counter-allays are espccled. TSo British to the south advanced from their near Graved-against Ihe fortified village of which, lies midway between Arleux and Gavrelle This mornings, victory smashes the nrenared line to which the enemy re- ,------._. after betas driver, from the lu Vimv Ridge. tbB Us northerly end position reeled on Avion, a suburo ol Lens, and eilended south to the river through Mericourt. AcheviLe. Ailcux, Optr and C-avrelle. After tHe battle of Vlmy Ridse. Von Hinden- burs Is said to have visited this part of Ihe German front-and ordered that IhiHinc be held al all cosls till more tcrmaneni defences could ue con- structed vresl of Donai. Whether on his direct order'or necanse ot their ,instinct for self-preservailon. tne. who had passed through the inferno of the Vlmy Ridge along the Avion-Arleux-Gavrelle line have (or iiie past two weeks been the most In- dustrious Germans m France. Jlany new trenches were and Ihe wire a'loni the front was Increased to an average width of thirty feet. Guns, heavies, were brought up ib Ihe losses thraush cap- lure A reserve division ct the Prus- "Ian Guard was introiuccd to ..Uie the place of tie destroyed Bavarians. These preparations went on while IHAT HELPED HER Again Proies Its Eilraordlnafy Powers Koraus, Miivh ind, 1015, ''I IUM nvciti-J niiMlniw.VrfVil bfneflt froru ukioj 1 suuVrsl for )Yun froa KtsKiuluet iml rfcmse of Kli l loek obtdioable without rtjulls, I triixl "Krait-A-livM" luJ U iho aMicind Ihil JiJmtfA'J. XOVT 1 well thu Khc-u- nulisai his ilisirtjH-ireJ.anil Ilia lor. llut otlit-rs, vct-.o suffer from sui'h MJU.UII 1SA1E MM. a boi, 0 for JJ.60, trill site, 'So, .41 illdfilers orient poslivmlby Fruit, l-tives Ltoited, Otliwl. (COSTINTJED FROM FttOXT PjGE) WRENTIIAM TVrenlham, Aur. Ssedlns coaJ tions continue unfavorable in this v ciuity. The continued dampu5ss an cold'ulshts ha'ro caused many to fee that they are as well the wheat iu Ihe bins as In Ihe ground, u -S Jivorahle weather comes t nt. Several teams were found doin Ihelr first seeding on Monday ihe 2 but were. Ude up later that day b snow storms and rain-. Atler the Iq of Ihree days and all hands ready another atlempt, we. have more sno and rain, .and only of the gar U sown- Host all farms well su plied wltli help and ore prepared iy.sh the work io lUe limit whenev PAKOWK1 Pakowhi, Apr. It appears from our reservation in driving ihroughtne country that ihe wheat acreage In the saving of two to five Use apply k fro "a vvo.uifullv of s ounil silk OHO to four M.l.sl.mUnl MiMnty These prices on Suits mean re. a I money 4 'Winderfully cliViip-suits, AVIille they I Cecils', novelty si rl lies plain serges. of the MMistm imd iniike n (Ills More change back when you buy a Coat here A real clearance of coals. A hw Ir'1 Is ami Seizes, orltftiiiiily to s-.Z2.iib. Just a dorcn or so lett MO-.T. OrtJ llnca ovi-r from previous seasons and originally sold ur'to t3M0; l.icUt uid darlf mixtures.-Bomo nua blacks In Iho one price. Heg. S37.55 Serso Suits. This week.. Reg. }32.50 Sergo Suits. Tbts week.. HOE. 535.00 Sergo Sulls. This >veek.. 23.75 28.00 31.00 lies. Sergo 03 Cft and 1'opllu Bulls., lies. Wool'01 nn Jersey Sulis H5.00 Taffeta Ji Art Sulla tl.UU A SMALL CHARGE FOR ALTERATIONS AT REDUCED PRICES. i tow of Ihes.i coals led. C-jrrkd over frc..iu iirot oui erasoni ami now scllhiB at less ilian ttio nislerUI alone rv.ould you. 1'uro wool iveoils fn-iirn- ond lirown mis- lurea mill Hue screes wlilitforJs. JlOilly nivy liei-i I Vdour Q ftft Coals' Now ly.UU lleg. J20.00 Covert 1 7 Cft CoJta. Now HOE. Covert AA Now Uos 137.50 Tweed 7C Coals Now Ites. J2JM Silk n -j e Coals. Now AO.iO 19 RO Cojta. Now li.JU 513.50 lllankel 1 fj On Ctoth .Coals. Now 1U.OU tloth Coals. Now iUU A SMALL CHARGE FOR .ALTEHATIONS AT REDUCED PRICES, Special YARD GOODS Values on Sale this week Knbutai Silk and Wash Silk, 9Sc Plain colors, floral designs, white and black. Regularly sold at 51.25. Xiiturnl Sliiuitmu 39c 33 inch. Splendid weight. Kitra. special value at the price. Ci'cpc flc Cheiic 1.48 Lovely fine quality. up to Every color on the card Included. Regular Strge Drcssts. Sale Regular 512.00 Dresses. Sale Regular Serge DresstJ. Sail Regular JSO.OO Serje Dresses. Sale Rtoular S15.00 Large Silk Dresses. Sals Regular S22.50 Silk Dresses. Sale Regular ?27.50 Silk .Dresses. Sale 512.50 5M.50 Lovely Wash Silk Crepe, A Most Unusual Value. Full 36 inch width. Suitable for ren's wear, etc. Colors flesh, uiaiie, ivhi'.e, -black. couiurj LULU me HJji-oi. IK Striped Snorts SilUs Ihe late wet spring. In our n.cen our nien were hiisy mating a way tor 'their Vgnns "oveF "the .pathless ridge- Caplured German guns turr.ed against their former owners weiii al Ihis "'slage'. nn effeclive means .of offence After' oor own guns were got inip -tielr new positions a systematic bom- "'bardment was resumed.- The euemy .works'crumbled. Shelter-was longer poEEible in Oie villages for deslroyed. Even cellars Vei-e not proof against the-- huj'e 'shells. The result was that anything lihe industry was crushed as soon as ITwas visible. The first allempt lo penelrale the German .wire on Ihe .end 6 front was not successful because of the networt; of houses al Avion a "well as the heaps of. shale aronnd Ih pit. months which sheltered uesls D m'achlnc guns, ihe fire from irhlc :.rqade an .advance ,too .costly. Th first: iffeach in Ihe wire was made a Gavrslle early in Lhe week ,hy wha the London Times speaks of a "troops wnich'have-already lo.-thei credit a large share in the most brt Eomme." Th caplure'-ofiGayreire was followed b franti.Cjvcounter-attacKs lasting ove two 'dayiVand' two nights. The o ij -icsull thousands' of Germa li dead whd''ehcumhcrcd Ihe ground. Xpw'In cooperation with the vi lors'qrGravelle. the Canadians ha the spearhead e ae w trip around soutll of ihe lake in 3-T and 3-S we noticed that n large acre- age as usual has been sown to wheat. tP same is true north. ol the lake ound Pakowki, but east of the lake rouqh townships 1 and 5. H. 1, C5- eclally, It is flat farmers have ot been able Io do much on the land, nd much depends on the wealher the eit week, whether much wheat ..is iwrToriiot." MACLEOD Slaclcod, Apr. The past week as looked forward to as the one week f spring, when every farmer in the lacleod district would sow the great- r part of his seed grain, but the light howers ol rain and snow added a lit e more moislnre to the soil, and to- A new range. LlEht. nncl dark colors. Splendid heavy clolh, 30 Inches .wide. Guar- anteed washable.. Paisley deslgiis In stripes and, floral-effects. splendid ranee. _ -1 CO SKIRTS REDUCED Regular Serge Shirts. Sale Regular 510.00 Serge Shirts. Sale 53.00 Regular 57.50 Serge and Tweed Skirls. Special Htgi'lar" SlVoO 'veiou'r' Skirts.' 'safe Regular 517.50 Velour Skirts. Sale........... SH.70 Regular S20.00 Velour Shirts. Sale........... WAISTfi REDUCED Regular 36.50 Gtorgctte Waists. Sale Regular Crepe de Chene Waists 55.00 53.75 A lovely showing of. latest styles in Georgettes, Crepe tic Clieiies, Sillis aiirt Wush Voile's. 10 per cent. OlY. MANY EVERY DAY NEEDS Specially Priced An Important Hosiery -ISc Values In the lot up to Splcudlii silk lisle and silk boot lioso In black nr.tl wlillo. Inns and various colors, Also In many mid lines. All reduced to clear. Cliililroii's Waisls 35c 1 Now worth 45c. Knitted or of heavy jean.' Ruttons for all KarmculB. v "Union Suits 50c A splcndUl QiialKy gnnhc In all the rcsulnr sfzcs. Short Blctvcs or elccvelesa. Girls' aiifl Children's Giuliani Sizes 2 to 6 and 6 to 14. 51.00 to ?2.50. A-lovely new lot Just 'lu hnnd. Snlcmlld perfect titling garments. All guaranteed' washable. Dress Sale Waist Sale 5.00 1.48 Just clfiht clolh New Voiles ami Crepes and Worth up to 520.00. A Ilnal odd.lines of fillks .worth up clearance..- i to SG.OO. GO, for working on the the farmers are making use of every day. Most of ihe summerfallow is now The stubble being too wet lo biiro the crop will be held Irack for a while. Some e juuic iiiuumni m have attempted to burn hut have not ay prospects of an even g'realer crnn t_ell a3 as Ihey desired, ban that of 1916 Is looked'for, as Ihe Tie generai shortage'of labor Is nol moislure is now considered sufficient beine fclt LiEirict. o start the seed, alter which point it will ensure a crop. Some of our lann- rs were ploughing during the week, vhiie in another district seeding, was carried oil for one half day. Now the veather locto settled, and lie weather nan makes promise of fine warm nays, which will see many thousands of acres of laud sown with wheat or gold i3 called these days FOREMOST Foremost, Apr. on till and is once again. Tb. storm of a week-ago pal Lhe worl back considerably EO that very littl eralu lias been sown up to fand.'is-'fast drying, Olit, though, and operatio'ns-'were renewed Ton'.Wednes- day, iliich Is too wet to yet hilt'discing and bar- rowfe have been'popular lines ot farm exercise :on-.'such land .as had been previously broken' up., A smoke PREVENT ENEMY'FROM STOCK Ollawa, 'April suh-coaimltteo oi the joint committee now engaged on the consolidation of the.railway sc'l was liimed 'today to draft .pro- tective clauses against, alien enemy control of Canadiau "railway, itock, particularly in war-time. 'The siiD-commltlec consists 6. Dennett and F. Bi'Carvell, who will cc-cperats -.villi Strachan -Joliuston B." clerk of Uie railway committee. At the Inslancc of Mr. Dennett, clause was the act to the effect thai the majority of Ihe dlrec tors' ot' any Canadian railway should he Dritisli subjects. {Krbrn Our Own Carre5pondenll Macicod, Apr. Additional Classified Advertising MISCELLANEOUS SALE W4STFD-- good team ot horses, harness and wagon. Write F. 0. boi CGS.-City.', with records, al US ISltl St. No Barber shop. Give full par-liculars'in> first -leller.- s.- -Palllson, 317 ourXve-'-Nr.-Calgary. On computing barre for sale cheap. 100 thoroughbred bronze turkey eggs. 1'r.lgerl Farming Co, Ltd., I'hone R-lll. G-'roorocd 'house gramtiphone Apply to 1 good as Daylon FOIl small' coal range Apply SOS 2nd Avc. B. FOR nnnfl aulomo. biles. One Grant Six Cylinder, run only about l.OOD miles. Fords. Oao I91E Mclaughlin Baby Sli noaJslcr.. Also 'one Doilrie Bros, five lourinc car. Motor Salc.l. Htl. 7Qj) FOIl blacksmith bellowlj; also a number of wood split pulleys' ami-one bicycle lu good riding onlef. Also Bheep wagon made lo order, iva- ter tanks, molor-dplivery boxes..plow, 13and saw work, wood turning, and blacksmithliig. P. A. Harding, HOI 4th Avo. North. MAY SEND SOCIALIST Washinslon. President haze has .been hangins in the air for a few days, indicative o! Hie fact that many farmers have bec-n burning otf their slobole lands, ready for discing r. The prevalent Idea here ening the Macleod people were de_- actins and dress but and har- QCSS Must bo gentle with chlldren. P. 0. 11S-1 write Box 31, Herald. Slate lowest terms'lor. cash. Boxi 343. movable shack, suit- able for ii garage. Give price and whcrc.it caii he seen In first letter. Box 20 Herald; to Yimv.-'and have broken Ihe'defe El7o iline erected there by the Ge thus performing an important! VUBU..e. rart; In .disrupting the enemy's plans ls that ,jnce a.re in, they will 16 .o'reyent the invasion of the plain ot Caihbrai I it'bears the iu Seal of Purity All'over llie world ihe name Sunlight stands lorpurilyinSoap. Our rjuarantee of Purily is somclhiug pore than ari adver- tisement. Ilmarksthc standard we have set forourselvcslogive you ihe best laundry soap it is possible to produce at any price. sprout 'and develop. CARMANCAY' Carmangay, Apr: past.wcek has been so cold and.uncertain lhat the farmers are being seriously handl capped in their spring work. You: correspondent's hopes ot last week hava been dashed lo the ground. If miscalculaled the weather., -Beyond an annoying delay, the oul look Is not In the least serious.si pre sent. Fully fifty per cent- ot the seei Ing Is done In Ihe Immediate dlalrlc Providing settled .TeUher. all the seed wil be In the ground in plenty of lime Every avallahc hour is being 'nsci lo its limit; work is being rushed at full speed. The farmers arc. realizing Uieir golden opportunity and Ihelr na- tional responsibility, arid may be de- pended upon to do their utinosl- As I'result Ihe biggest acreage yel will be- under cultivation this year. COALHUR5T Coalhurst, Aor. snow or rain fallen each day Ihis.week since Sunday end all farm work In Ihe fields has been suspended. Hardly 20 per cent, ot the seed is In tne ground and in some parts not more than 10 per cent, of the land has been seeded. Grass Is'now showing all over .he prairie, and wllh "a few warm days great progress .could be made. There is enough moisture In the ground now to satisfy the most par- ticular farmer. A number of farmers were starting oul to seed for Ihe firsl time on Monday morning, when the snow Elartf d, and Ihey have been helil up since. II Is difficult lo .lay. when seeding will be In progress again as Ihe prccent wealher conditions arc so unsettled. IRON SPRINGS Iron Sprints, Apr. Ih' espcclalls- Ihe singing oijfl. little-.hoy tour years old, again "and again; after he sang "What's Ihe Use ot It was given n Ihe Empress theatre, which was tiled. The society have been asked to epeat it-In the near! future. Mr. Hurlburt and family leave this reek for Winnipeg, -where Mr Hurl hurt takes up his hew posilion In the Canadian'Rank of Commerce. Emlie Noel, 12 years' wh'allfav jlled: alonc-lb-Jlayo Bros., Rotliosler 'or trcalmenti llirce weeks ago re [umed home Salurrlay, much Improve: unrler Ihe Irealment received. Rev- J. Kennedy baa been In attend ance at the synoil, Edmonton, durln iho past week. Land Values continue lo grow, farms arc changing hands. Almost every day sales are being made, some to new men coming in. and others lo Ihosc who had big crops and received LEGAL NOTICE TO CLAIMANTS AND CREDITORS IN THE MATTER OF THE. ESTAiE OF HERBERT JAMES GOODE', DECEASED. To give you cstlmalcs o.. ting up your farm buildings by day or contract. Lnrg'c practical expert- cnco- nnd1 prices rlehl. Address P. 0. Box 6S9, or call al New Arlington Ho- FOR ol sight room house, close In. A snap if Inkcn al onco EOOII localion tor roomers .and good Apply-it 122 S.lt SI for Informallan. 1H-6 FOR in. and buy Ihls beautiful Mason fe Illsch only slishlly used. U la yours if you como today. Prlco. ?225.00. Knsy terras. Mason ft rtlscli, Ltd.. Dalmoral Hlpck, I.ethbrlilge. etock Brantford, Crown anil Standard bicycles. iKIllcil' with Dunlop Traction .Tread Tires anil besl criHlpraenl Prices' from 540.00 to. J65.00. cash, or easy: hand cycle's always) In" slock 'Repairs nnd Lelh-1 bridge 110 Fifth' Street S. c tel. Anderson' Bros., Oily. Notice is heriiby given lliat all per sons having claims against the cslato oi.Herbort James Coode, late of the City ot Lethhridge. in Iho Province of Alberta, and lately a. Lieutenant .in his Majesty's Overseas who died on or aoout Ihe ICIh day. of Sen-. Icinber, A. D. 151C, in quired lo file with the undersigned solicitors on or about the 12lh .day .of June, A. D. 1017, a full statement duly ford touring car. .v........-..... ____________.Recently overhauled, new engine'anil WANTED-GM acres broke, 320 .pulllirea and set of colls ?et ol_specfaj in flax at once -Man to dig stonesflools Wllh II. Apply W Cook, rord and build Money to loan. T. Garage, or Box 324. 31 Huft Invcstinent'Co., Room 10. PIANO FOR fine tone, ori ai nur store. -Also several oieoiis from up. Willis Pianos, Hull1 Block, 3rd Avc. S. Phone GG2, THIRD CANADIAN WAR. LOAN We arc now able to make nle delivery of fully paid Inlerlm Ccr llficatss at n price ot '.mid Intcr- csl-on Dominion War Bondj.r Interest at 6% due 1st March 1537. Payable Isl ot March- anil 1st September al any branch bank in Canada. b'erlTriiockr'LcIhb'rliisc, Alta. 111-6 1 In any quan- lity. either for-cash or lo sell ctt Dcuoiniiia- llona or S'ricflv subject'lo sale and ndvancc In price." llrlllsh-Canaillan Trust Co., your local bond house, 315 5th SI. H. liesi Quotation and then send for me. Auctioneer. Phone 770. vteBidencc 113-C verified' of their ot any MIILI 1101-1 I enniiritiea heU by them and allcr thaL prices, and are re-invesllng; in more, 'uistrlbiilc the land, and will grow more wheat, tasl i _. ihn FUKN-ITUHK or any you wish Io sell to Wilson's nuctton galleries to 'be Included In my sales, or we will conuuct an auction sale on your own premises, or will buy It nnd pay you cash. Wilson's' Auction Callcries. Phone scrx amonB and south o' Macleod Ilia "Ira ,hercto having regard last week, w Ih pilccs from JO 00 per P claims of. .which ..notice acre up. Alrnosl all paid large .cash v prior- Io Ihe deposits on their purchases. IB Ihe cenlre of Ihe best wheat grown, In Alberta. W. Sheer, who was accldenlally shot Icn days ago, Is now able lo be out; i S Jliddlelon, of SI. Paul's mls'- sloni was a ylsllor In Macleod last Allen Russell and D. Glllcn, suc- cessful farmers from the Walerton district, visited Macleod'laH week. The provincial police arc .ilmklng friends of the auto owners, ond asking them lo secure ihe number plales and license. S- of Spring nidge, was In business, and reports a v prior- Io Ihe Ad L -McEsia. JlcArthur Davidson. -etc., Coaybcaro Lcthbrlune, Albeila. Solicitors for the Eicculrix. Also presto tank, head llghl horn nnd a 151C sldo car which has run 100 miles. Will he sold at n bargain. Apply Chas. Heiulerson, II. A. Ruggilt's farm, Coaldalo1 Dominion Block. 3C-rfl TO PAHTIES weekly, 5 PUHNITIIHF auction FAIIJI TO TO section. 3 miles cast Coahlale; S. B. ft 7-M7, 60 ncres al- falfa, balance has been half hay anil 2-3 grain crop lo party leasing. No buildings on form. 0. Y; Tlionictz, nassano, Alberta. FOI1D over- hauled. Etowart horn and other ac- cessories. One spare tire. J300.00. Superior Supply Co.. 13th St. and_2nd Avc. S. i auendc by crowds of buyers, FOR One Shetland pony, pcr- fcctly cenlic lo drive'or ride; and Bale nlso one small c.lrt and harness. Ap- Ihelply Kd. MeKenilo. Phone R-10D. 10S-Q KARMS TO LEASE Improved, halt nnd unimproved quarter Irrlgaleil Innil near Coaldale, moslly .alfalfa. Quarter. also for sale. son, 703 Sixth Arc. S. allcnuccl uy crojjua ui i-.j safest nnd surest way ol disposing Someone In Inkc you'r goods'. :Ten of fifteen people biiWinf; In open competition on one Dlccc of furniture Is sure a good price' for you. Think Ihis over- Your needs'come in one day and 'you receive Ahe cash ncxl- to Box 0, Herald. weilher'ls far front being desirable grocery slorc. au- large acreage of land In thai district will be sown Ilils year. V. W. Godsal, ot Cowley, Is vlslllng friends In Macleod. Hon. A. McLean visited Maclecd Icsf week. The first nulo made Us ap- pearance in Macleod last week, and a owned and run by Ihe White Hall FARM LANDS Of Ihe Hudson's Day Company and Calgary and Krfinonlon Lnnl Co. FOR SALE Tlie II. Agency piano nlmosl mentn, with, a small- cash payment down. SIM.Vii.vlnG. piano cost J550, Jcsn he teen ol'llj Oth. SI. S. morn- Vour roods 'corae in one day'-'incs or evenings, or apply by leller i t'oi.sult me beforo you make final pjANOS, Canada's best, Tangcments. Frank Wadilinglon, others In purily, strength auctioneer, phone. 770. Residence 460. qualily of tone anil in of design, fnspcclion Inrllcd. XcW allow room. Hull Block, 3rd Ave. S. Phone 6SZ. II: C. C. Salmon manager. hear from .owners ot arm lands for sale, houses and vac- int lots. We have buyers. Vj. D. Peat it Co.. 1.0 McDonald Illock. ;i07-0. SITUATIONS WANTED A poslllon as mechanical engineer Io run any kind of gas (.rec- tor. Apply Hot. 12. Herald. 111-5 In oflico by laily some experience.. Ap- ply boi n. Herald. 0 SITUATION class accounlanl and syslcmallzcr Eol-clts Bookkeeping, audiling anrt-syslcmallz- Ing. (looks kept wrillcn.np as you rlesirc. Satisfaction Thos. MeckclEon, 405 lib Avc. toulh. I'lWM 116-0 S10II AHEAD BY READING WAD- DINGTO.X'S A local parly's allenllon was allraclci hy my nd last week. He .was abou to his furniture.. Before closing the deal ho consulted me wllh Iho re sull lhal I kamlcj him a check to one hundred more lhan h hid decided In acccpl. Scnd-for mi before you decide. Frank ton llin anrlionecr, S. O- Fl. Dulling, Phone 770. Ilcsidence 460. W. H. 1'hooo 1SIO._ TO Thousand ncrcs' nced, good biiltdinga end corral, ood hay meadow.. Eonie cultivated. ols :of op'tin range. Nino milea from 'inclicr Creek. year. 1 pay- axes. Write or phone K. Par- Plnelicr' UrceVy Alia.'. FARM LAND ".WANTED FOR SALE Fully .on 6th Ave. A., S. Six rooms' and bath, full concrete'bastment, First' class condition. A tnap fur 'cash or would consider terms. APPLY: CONYDEARE, CHURCH, i DAVIDSON .024) ;