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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 1, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE TWELVE THE LETifohlDflE bAlLY HfiftALD kNE 1018 I 51 I BIG UNO SELLING IS Big Company Places on Market Acres of the Knight Ranch Orie of the grcnlost land soiling campaigns ever launchod In Southern Alberta lo The Cen tral Montana Ranches who linve com pleted a selling agreement with the Knight Ranching whereby they handle the selling of the ncres comprising the ranch south of Raymond and Magrath on Wednesday last completed their appraisal ot the land and HIP securing of a physical description of every section nnd they are now organizing their for ces for the big selling During the past couple of months a largo body of one wing of thji Men tiie followers of Jacob Hun have been in the district looking over he It is understood an other wing of the samp body is send ing representatives from the j on similar This company of men i understood to represent community capital to the extent of and it is possible that they may take the whole There are 1 different brunches of this organiza representing several thousand and should they decide to buy Ilie ranch the whole area would be settled in a very short DUPLICATION OF STAFF Sir Kd ward Canadian Over seas minister of has appointed n committee to con duel an Inquiry concerning the best means of avoiding dupllca tion of staff nnd reducing ex Colonel how to is with Colonels McKlnnon nnd McLel the latter of whom has to England at the min isters INDIANS FROM CRUSHED TO DEAD May Pynn was frrushed to death in an elevator shaft today in the paper factory of Hinde und The change In the passen ger schedule goes into effect tomor June The changes affecting Lethbridge are The night train to Calgary which now leaves at will in future leave at The night train going west through the which now arrived at M will arrive at nnd will leave at instead of lit The night eastbound train will arrive from Macleod at instead of and will leave for Medicine Hat j at instead of The Coutts train leaves at instead of arriving back at the same time in the The Cardston train leaves at as usual but ar rives here at instead of The Manyberries train will leave in future at Instead of and will arrive at the old LARGE Nil Guests of Hudson Buy to Spend Their Anmml Treaty Money Lethbrldge at noon presented the appearance ol a real frontier Yesterday was treaty day with the In dians of the lilood Reserve nnd today they are in Lothbridge for their an nual celebration of the na guests of the Hudson Bay And they are hern Shortly after a cavalcade three long wound over he river hill into the Led by Weasel chief of tne the Dloods with their various oonveyan arrived with their in treaty it is estimated about 500 of the Bloods were reclolents tit treaty to the extent of The Hudsons Bay who for 24S years have been the chief traders with the Indians ot the took the dusky visitors in This after noon the company under the direction of Manager Smith provided a program of sports for the visitors at Hender son It is expected that they will stay over till catnping on the exhibition Through the efforts of Manager Smith of the Hud son all the Indians are visiting Lethbridge this which means that some or will be spent in the city during the next few The chiefs with the tribe are Veazel Running Little and Little IN SIMM M Lift Off Corns is Magic Lift any Corn or Callus right off with pain A little Freezone on an aching instantly that corn stops hen you lift it right It doesnt one magic Why wait Your druggist sells a iny bottle of for a few sufficient to rid your feet of every hard soft or corn between the and without soreness or Freezone is the much talked of ether discovery of a Cincinnati GREENFIELDS EXCHANGE NEXT DOOR TO SIMPSONS ON SIXTH STREET DOMINION BUILDING Complete Novelty Gallery at right price to Office Filing Swivel Book keeper and Dining New and Second Hand China Ward Easy Rugs and Hotel Chairs and Ranges in first class IT WILL PAY YOU TO PAY US A VISIT As Our Prices Are We take orders for furniture crating for pr rties leav ing FREE DELIVERY IN Secretary of the Navy League for Pays a Visit secretary of the League for Alberta was a visitor to the city last night and paving the way for the big campaign for the sailors fund which is to be conducted next Irvine was to have held a meet ing here Monday but will be unable to do having engagements at other He urges the iethbridge peo ple to do all possible for the sailors Many sailors families in Eng land are destitute and need The Navy League in Canada has done won ders in a quiet way but feel the need of a campaign for funds on a large It is pointed out that every person who subscribes to the fund is a yearly member of the navy league nnd is entitled to receive all its publica Those who subscribe 100 are made life who subscribed 1QO through the Herald this will be one of the first life members in Al Pat of was the Canadian1 June IfMucceRsftil minor operations ag ainst ciifetny positions French Canad captured a number ot pris oners and many casualties on the After a very effective mortar and machine gun the raidersattacked In four Thefirst two operating to the rushed the enemy and found the Boche had They contliffled to advance up a small en emy trench to a large dug out which appeared be of Four Germans who came out offered fight and were A fifth was taken Between fifty and sixty bombs were thrown down dug out en AnothjMt prisoner was cnp turefKlh a but afterward by ft A third was captured and brought back our f Other parties to the left I rushed an enemy killing two and wounding a Six of the enemy who endeavored to run away were caught and killed try our Another ftve were found dead In a trench from artillery The saradnight Saskatchewan troops rushed another enemy post and bombed a trench inflicting maity cas Another successful raid has been carried out by Quebec several more prisoners being captur A main enemy post garrisoned by fifteen men was rushed and the en tire garrison was killed with j bullets and one machine gun was Two other small enemy posts were encountered and Individual Beavers Outstanding among recent individual Actions is that of a Corporal of a West I era Ontario battalion who crawled through the wire to an enemy sap un der the protection of our riflemen and rifle grenadiers and worked around a hostile post which was in the neigh borhood of a very strong pill A German was shot here and a sentry who came to his assistance was also Another man wastaken pris oner and five more Germans in the post were shpt at and frightened The corporal then rushed his prisoner back to our lines under a heavy While our men have been constant ly disturbing and harassing the enemy In uttch operations the under cover of heavy hns made an attempt lo raid our Ad vancing in two each about 45 the raiders met with such a blasting reception from our guns nnd rifles that they retired be fore reaching our In retir ing they were caught by our artillery which also swept their supporting and the enemy suffered very heavy getting Our casualties were British June British state incht follows Ahostile raid was repulsed last night eastof Local fighting has taken place to our advantage at Avdluy Wood north of A few prisoners have been taken by our troops In these encount The hostile artillery developed con siderable activity early this morning in the and Hebti sectors and has been active dur ing the night south and west of Lens and In the neighborhood of Given French June French state ment follows The pressure of the con tinued late yesterday and through the night with renewed violence on the front between Solssons and Cha teau In the region of So Issons and on the line of Chnudlcn Vlerzy the making counter attacks with indefatigable energy pushed back masses of enemy winning ground everywhere and tak ing several hundred South ot Seasons the Germans Were thrown back on the Orlse Ohauditn was taken and lost several times nnd finally remained In the hands ot the French attef desperate The battle wftsvlnlant also tn the region of Chouy and Neully in the nentre ot the western side ot The French broke up Ger man attacks nnd maintained their lines Immediately to the cast of the localities On the north bank of the the Gernmys pushed advance bodies from the mvth nnd east borders of Chateau Thierry as far as Yemeni On the French right there was 8hnry fighting on the road between Oormans and Rhelms the eastern Side of the There wns no change northwest and north of The body of sixyearold Basil son of wheel man of the was found A May dispatch to the Central News from Dub lln says ft proclamation was issued today saying that the counties Limerick and Tipper nry will bo proclaimed special military areas If unlawful as seinblies f WarBrae Cdtifeiy iti I 19 if IP mmm mimmm l Send IUMM and fcr book contains recipes chosen by the jidges as the best and most practical recipes submit ted in oor recent cash prite It is intended to assist in the conservation of food and to effect savings in home cooking and Approved by Canada ADDRESS r ihirty young women n special course at thS Ontario Agricul ture College at Guelph In every kind ot farming ami have already been placed on farms throughout the pro vince by the womens farm deport ment of the Ontario Government em ployment EMPLOY OUR QUICK RELIABLE SERVICE OUR BIG FURNITURE VAN AND AUTO VAN INSURES CAREFUL HANDLING WITH NO JARRING OR SCRATCHING YOUR PIANO OR CHARGES THE McLEAN TRANSFER 3 3 8IXTH READY FOR CLIP Expect it Will Be Very Substan Total At Conrad Next week will see the sheep grow ers of Southern AJberta into the years wool According to informat ion the Herald this morning by Frank business managerof the Southern Alberta AVool Growers the big taini at Conrad will open during tlie ore part of next and will continue open until representing over pounds of are Boynton of Great Falls is here to open up the Harvey Machine shearing plant Chin and several smaller camps will be opened1 It ia likely that another large camp will be opened this year at Milk Hay Knight will shear his large bandi The clip promises to be very said Most of the sheep ramhers fed fairly the winter and therr was a stoutly growth of so that the clips should turn out Speaking of the lamb crop Colp mau stated that the bands which lambed in April did iiljout 20 per bolter than those which lambed dur ing The percentage of dry ewes this year is rather hipher than and this has its effect on the per centage ot Altogether how Colpman thinks the per coinage is about the same as in The curly lambs are in good and the sheep on the whole arc in somewhat better condition Ihan they were at shearing season a year AMERICAN BAGS ANOTHER GERMAN With American Army in June ajrplane this morning was shot down by an Amer ican pilot in an air the Ger man near in the sector to the north of accord ing to unofficial The duel was one of series of aerial coui bals that occurred this The uncmy machini brought down began fulling after the American had pour ed a stream of bullets into the oppos ing Be Fair to Your A5 a business your shoe dealer has only one object in That is to fill your requirements thus make his store a more satisfactory place to VJ Every minute of the day on the alert to obtain new and reliable so that when you come into his you will have the best 6f everything at the lowest possible prices to choose Ij addition to supplying your he in every way possible to avoid and He sells you not only but For example In Canada from coast to there are approxi mately dealers sell thousands and thpusands of pairs of shoes each It surprising if among these thousands of busi ness transactions some mistakes or misunderstandings not 4 Now when something goes wrong with your what is your attitude1 your In most of basis of adjustment is and most dealers in Canada are quite ready to give prompt atten tion to reasonable That is the understanding on which all businessshould be If you buy a suit and a seam rips or any other little thing goes you do not ask or desire a new but merely have the trouble Are you equally reasonable Do you make demands on your shoe dealers which in comparison with other business would unreasonable or excessive Do you fully realize that foot wear has to stand the roughest treatment of any wearing and isoftentimes subject toactual abuse and rough usage All reliable manufacturers stand fully behind their dealers in cases of reasonable claims arising from chance defects of workmanship and But if you force your dealer to make allowance fora claim that is he has to stand the Appreciate the fact that your retail shoe dealer wants your and that he wants to you consider his store a pleasant and satisfactory place to He wants to be even at financial loss to So the next time you have a complaint a readjustment to bring to his why not be sure that your claims are well founded and that what you ask to do it Be fair to your Whin you tee the trade mark on a you know that not only is that mark an endorsement by the largest shoe concern in but that being the product of a highly organized the shoe you are buyjng the utmost in ttyle and wearing qualities which can be at the AMES HOLDER McCREADY the Nation LIMITED JOHN MONTREAL TORONTO WINNIPEG EDMONTON VANCOUVER ii n ;