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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - March 4, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta H:}J^,^r,v, SIX THE LETHBniDGE DAILY HEItALD CE N PALESTINE London, Mar. 4.-Britfsh troops op. . rcting north of Jerusalem, In Palea-. tins, have made an advance along a front of twelve miles to a maximum depth of 3,000 yards, astride and west of the Jcruajtem Nabutus road, the war office announced todily. Ft NlBIIl CAPTURE FOR Determined Efforts of Enemy j . Were Frustrated bj' the French . ERCASE BE HEARD SOON An Attempted Rape Cnsc A'ow Being Heard-Chinese Case on the Way . Grand Headquarters of the French Army In France, March 4.-(By the Associated Press)-Determined ef-(orta by the Oeriuans to obtain posses-Wok of Port La Pompelle, to the southeast of Rheltns, and thus secure another dominating position from which thdr co\Ud complete the destruction of ^he city, met with a sanguinary- fall-lire. The' preparations for the attack Itegaxi on February 28 along a front extending nearly ten miles from liolTra to Slllery. The Gertniui infan-iry, the following day at five different poUits went over the top advancing toward the salient facing Neufchatel, Lapompelle, La Bretonnerio, Mont Haut and Teton, at the same time Jnaklng a feint in the neighborhood of Setheny. \ It was soon seen that the principal point of assault was La Pompelle, to �which two battalions tried to force their way. Some of the Germans succeeded in reaching Alger Farm, a fortified point trontlng on the dismantled fort La Pompelle, but none were able to enter the fort itself. On March 2, a French counter attack quickly restored the line to its original position and not an inch of French lines now remains in German hands. The French regiment holding the position was one which had already won distinction on other battlefields. It held tenaciously under the, horrible bombardment, in which thous ends of gas sheila made the air deadly poisonous. Some of its men^ho were taken prisoner successfully eluded their escort and took refuge in a shell crater where they found a large supply of hand grenades. With these they held off the Germans who were endeavoring to recapture them, and eventually returned to the French lines. An officer who was captured, was forced to help carry a strtcher with a German casualty. His fellow bearer fell wounded ^nd the officer immed lately turned right about and made for the French lines with his wound �d prisoner. HON. ARTHUR SEVIGNY Who has resigned from the government. REiER'S REMAINS REACH VICTORIA Victoria, B.C., Mar. 4.-The.remiins of the late Hon. H. C. Brewster, premier of British Columbia, .irrived here this morning on the steamer Princess Charlotte from Vancouver accompanied by all the members of the Inte premier's government. The body was accompanied from the vessel to an undertaker's parlor by a large crowd, including members of the legislature, representatives of public bodies and cities in general. This evening the remains will be removed to the legislative chamber at the parliament buildings to lie in state. The general public will be ad-mitter.from 9 a.m. tomorrow until 3 p.m. and at 3.15 the cortege win leave for the Metropolitan church. The services at the grave will bo conducted by the Masonic fraternity. The legislature met this afternoon and adjourned, until Wednesday. 150-acre- farms with stock, in tlie AUlston district, sold at |S,000, JIO.-000 and ^1(1,000, respectively. Charlcif Browcr, charRod with suborning thn witness, William How-lu-d, In the ease of Rex vs. Charles Knox, will come up for trial before His Ivordshlp Mr. Tiistlco Ivos at the conclusion ot the case of Rex vs. Jnmcs Steele, which Is in progroas to-d.vv. The Stoolo case is one ot iit-tompt'ed rape, and Is being hold In camera. I'he Hrowcr cuseha.i created a groat deal of Interest and a packed courtroom is expected to bo prosont for tho trial. The sonsuttonftl arrest ot ITALY PHOVES^iT* ' DETERMINA^iON IN WAR Homo, Mitr. 4.-The current Italian vlxr loan now txggregates n>ore than five billion lire. PtnSncB Minister NU-tl told the sonnlo Saturday that when ho decided to float the loan and lisk tor six billion lire, eminent flnanclora objected that on account of special circumstances. It would not bring n� much na previous issnos, which had novor exceeded three billion lire. The mlnl^or, however, decided to appdal to tho public and Saturday siibscrlp-ttons pa.isod Uio five billion mark and tho success ot tho loan was assured. Tho minister said this domonstratod tho country's resolution' and power. MONTREAl. MAN DEAD Jlnntrcnl, March 4.-Henry P. G. Krost, well known in Montreal business circles, died yesterday morniug in his S2nd year. H. P. Krcst of Montreal and Captain A. C. Krost ot Lady-smith. B. C are sons and Mrs. W R. Urowcr In court during tho progress . Thompson ot Montreal, a (laughter ot of tlio Knox .ittompted murder case . tho deceased, has been the fnature ot tho case so tar. Brower was in court when tho tacts came out in the ovidonce of Howard and Mrs. Knox which led 11.a Lordship' to suggest that Brower, .Mrs. Knox and -Manning should bo detained, and Howard held as a witness. Howard is at present sojojurn-ing under tho eye of the .-V. P. P. in thoir headquarters here. The Chinese case, which was to have been gone on with this morning, \ has been postponed till Friday morning awaiting the arrival of the Chinese consul and counsel from Bdmou-. ,,,, , - , ton. This promises to be an inter-' When WOflc exhaUStS yOUr esting cas.e as there is every evic.eace' ot n clash between t lie Chinese republicans and monarchists in the events leadin* up to* the trial. , The rite of sweraing witnesses over freshly killed cliickens In the court room will lend a touch of color to the Oriental case. BRITISH VICE-CONSUC DEAD Bl Paso, Tosas, Mw. 4. ~ Oaptalt\ Calvert S. Scobell, for a nlimhor of years nrltlsli vloo eonsul at Chihuahua City, Mexico, died ycstertlity At his homo In that^clty. CRASHED INTO TROLLEY PouRhkeepslo, N. Y,. March 4.- Telephone advices from Kingston. N. v., early this morning, indicated that two persons had been killinl and a dozen other seriously injured when a train on the ,Wost Shore Kailroad crashed into a loaded trolley car. i MOTHERS, LISTEN! CALGARY WILL BEAT AMOUNT AlfllED AT strength, when your nerves are irritable and restless, when ambition lags and you feel rundown, you need and need quickly the rich, creamy, nourishing food in SCOTTS Registered Clydesdale Stallions JU8T ARRIVED FROM THE EAST AND NOW ARE FOR SALE AT THE PALACE LIVERY BARN, LETHBRIDGE. ALL VERY CHOICE STOCK. Pedigrees are horo and will be delivered to buyers. Cattaneo, Imported (1200S), (15681), Aged 8 years. Dunmure Ivory, (16171), Aged 4 years. Golden Style, (14316). Aged 5 years. These horses are clean and right. See them and you'll buy. W. J. (lenders & Son OWNERS Mr. niinders can be seen at the Palabe Livery Stables. 63-5, MdNDAY, MAftCH 4.1 fll8 PROFESSIONAL CARDS QUNtniktHS OUNSMlTti's ft LOOkSMITHB-OuO barrels R|(rai|litci|�d, guns restocked, gun work dono bjr � gunsmith, keys WBiUi, looks repaired, bicycles, typewrltera, pbonogrkphs, any Ugtil ' umcblnera rapnlroil, lawn jnowers sharpeaed: D, ti. 'MaadonaiaT Indian Motorcyol*. Agents Phone lOSa, il'i 4th Ave. s: , MCDICAL- TOOCTOH QALDRAltM PIANO TUNtNQ G. H. CHtPP8.rlTute Hospital end Maternity Homo. 7it Avenue South. PItoua 7i6. . / ' . - SOUCATIONAL Calgary, Mar. 4.-The Calgary Red Cross campaign committee this mornino attained Its objective of $120,000 for the purpose of conducting the work of the society in the present year. It is expected that when the campaign closes tomorrow night pledges totalling $140,000 will have been received. Cash donations exceed $8,0C0. to check your wasting powears, enliven your blood and build up your nerve force. Scott *j is help-ing thbusands and will give you the strength you neecj. Scoit&Eowne, Toronto, Onl. 17-JS "^^hk SECOND ANNUAL SALE New Trork, March '4.-Tho most XleT. Cosmo Gorilon La&g, lord arch Wshop of York, the first of the 89 archbishops of York to cross the seas ;to America, deUrered an eloquent Blea 'for closer partnership between the TJnlted States and Great Britain fluring and after the war at the Cath edral of St John The Divine, here yesterday. A dlstlneuished congregation inclttdlng prominent men and women in the serrlce of the [Tnitcd States and Great Britain on laad and ea, listened to the sermon. ^ The archbishop's text was "And they beckoned unto their partners; Which were in the other ship, that they should come and help them; and they eame." America and Britain, he said, were partners in the spirit of their laws and their institutions. They wsre both dedicated to the principles ot lib rty, order and democracy. "The issue before this generation,' the archbishop continued, "is wheth er nations are to keep their freedom nnd live in fellowship with one an-.other or be menaced by the reHtlsas 'Self-assertion ot a power which claims a world domination and acknowledges ;fi 'no law hut that ot its own armed force. There can be no peace until this issue is settled. ','It is a task well worth the foilow-eh'p of two great nations, not only to make the world safe for democracy, but to make democracy for the world." .COMPLETE ROAD TO .'i HUDSON'S BAY Ottawa, Mar. 4.-The Hudson's Bay .^railway will be completed before {all i-jind in plenty ot time to move western � wheat via the .'hay if the other faclll-^- jtips are adequate. J. D, McArthur has returned 'irom Ottawa and says the � icompletlon is merely a matter of get--tjng heavy Bteel for 90 miles remaining ,iunfinished. Reports that rails on that .line are to be torn up are ridiculed fy  the contractor, who says the govem- ':p)ent is more anxious lust now to got that line in working condition than ii any other transportation project lu I .Canada, FARM_LANDS or the Hudson's Owr Conpaay and Calgary and Edmonton Leal Co. CITY AND FARM MORTGAGES The H. Macbeth Agency BOULTON'S AUTO LIVERY ESTABLISHED SIX YEARS We know our .way aroiind the country as well as you know the. way from your olflce to your homo. Try us. \ PHONE 1206 QARBUTT BUSINESS COLLEGE 4t1 fith 81. South, tethbrldge Cay. and eveaiag eehooL Shorthana, 'fypewriuug, itookkeeptng, end alt Commercial Subjects. Office Phone 1316 Residence Ptione or Principal 1931. White for Full Information. HOB REPAIRINO SHOi2 KBt'AiRINO-Phone 1717 tor your shoe repairs. Work done u-omptly. Orders called lor and de-iiverod. Frank &llle!>, bit 4th Ave. iiouth. ' WELDING OXY-ACETYL,KNB. WELDING - W. N. Kuth, corner 1st Avenue and 10th Street. VULCANIZING Ul' TO UATia TIRE IIKPAIRING and retreading our specialty. Express paid one way ou but of town ous lorn. Prompt aervlcp. I*hone 790. 208 I'ith St. south. vJity Vulcanii ing Shop. R. D. Ritchie, Manager. BICYCLES CLEVELANI)~ANU INDLiVN BICY ^ cles for sale. All makes,'ot bicycles repaired. A large stock of accei^sor les on hand. D. E. McDonald, Qun smith and Locksmith, 412 4th Ave. south. Phone 1032. 62-0 UNDERTAKING OTT'S AUTO LIVEKY Day Phone 1448, Night phone 787 United Taxi Service six CARS SIX Reliable and efficient cars and drivers with a thorough knowledge of the district. Open day and night. Office next Alexandra Hotel. PHONE 387 At Farmer^s Feed Barn Lethb ridge, Alberta 70 head of high class richly bred bulls and females of the most popular blood lines and by some of the most note^ sires of eastern Canada. Noted Shorthorn families represented are Duchess of Gloster, Minas, Crimson Flower and others. Herefords include an imported Anxiety bred bull, and several winning show animals. If you are in the market for good strong breeding stock, plan to attend this sale. \ , Majority of females are bred or well along in calf. EXPLOSION IN LAUNDRY Providence, R. I., March 4.-Three V3;:;per80�8 were killed and four others ^Jfljurod today by an explosion of the rlllQUer in tlie' Mount Pleasant Laundry ftuDiding bei^e. J. H. PATRICK & SON, Owners The Veterans AUTQ LIVERY CONDUCTED BY J. E. GOBELLE PHONE 1858 r. S. FETTJERLY. LEADING FUNBR-al director and licensed eubatmer, motor-or horse driven hearses. Par lors, opposite Court House. Office phoa. Sai, rasldencB pbaae n7�, Open day and nlghL MacKAY & MacKAX-t'UNtiKAL Directors and Practical Embalmers; office, and residence. Motor atid horse drawn etjuipaient. 803 3rd Ave. li. Phono lSd2. Always open, never cloned. 914 Third Avenue South Ottlce hours................ 1-3 p.m. .............. 7-8 p.ta. Sundays................. 2-3 P^m- And by appointment. Telephone Xihi 5rB. CONNOR, McNALliY ft JAMl� son-Office, 109 BherlooM fllook. Telephones: Office 319; Besldenoe 619. Office hours: 11 to IS (kOLl 1.80 to^ 3.30; 7 to � p.m. _ Br. TAYL5K--Bar. Bye. Nose and Throat: 116 Sherlock Bldg. Oliloe hours 10-12: 2-s; evenlngt by ap' pointment. Phones: Oltlc* 3tl: Re* tdence g9�. ' � BiirE~Wr~iH}i:LSR, PttYBiokAi* and Burgeon. Office Bhepperd Blooh opposite Starlend Theetn, roome ( to 4. Office hour*: 11 to 12 s.m,) 1.30 to 3.30 p.m. and 7 to 8,30 p.ta. Phones: Ottlce 780; Reeldence 420. �th 8t 8.. Phone Uit. : BRTj; K. LOVBRlNO.'Physlcain and Surgeon. X-Ray equipment. Ottlce and residence, 812 3rd Ave. south. Hours 11-12, :- and 7-S. Telephone day and night 1242. 29e-l> OR, G. W. LKECH, M,D., CM., Physl-olan and Snrgeon. Ofllcc, Sherlock Block, LethbrldBO. Phone 889. Residence 1111 nth Avenue. Phone 1007. Office hoiirs: 11 to 1".1B; 1.30 to 3.00; 7 to 8; 8undaysM.30 to 3.00. DOCTOR MARTIQNY-At Cardston. Physician and Surgeon. Accouchour. Office In the Wood and "Woolf Block. Phone Day and Night 185. Ollice also in Cardston Pharroacy. Phone day 8. 36-6 DENTAL__ DJt. M. J. GIBSON-BENTIST 0HAI> uate ol Royal College ot Dental S^^ Krons Toronto and hoWet ot a Dom-iDlon Dental Certificate. Ottlce: _^ rooms 6-6 Bryan Block. Phone 1071- UU. L. T. ALLBN-DMNTIST. t�ut^ ccs6or to Ors. Courtlce ft Gilchrist). Graduate ot University ot Maryland. Rooma S-9 Macdonald Block, Phone llCi. Lothbrldge, AlU. DR8. MARRS AND MARRS-tUiSNX-Ists. Successors to Drs. Stewart and McClure. Hours 0 to 6. Office: Hlg-Inbotham Block. Phone 374.__ DR. U. Q. 8IMMONDS-DISNTIKX. memk�r ot Royal College ot Su^' �eons. (Eng.) Licentiate Royal Cot-lege of Physicians (London) L.D.8., 18C0. Hours 9-18; 1-B. bftl�?e C-8 Hlg-Jnbotham Block. Phone Ifilt. 'Uu. V. \V. k'ox-umtis't, okaou- ate North Western Dental University. Chicago. Office phone 785; res-Idoaco phone 762. Offices: Unfoo Bank Building. 158-0 _' BAKERY _ KliltKBY & CO. HIGH-CLASS BAKJ' ory, for pastry that you, can depend upon being made on home-made principles. KIrkby & Co., 606 3rc! Ave. 8. Phono 1627.' CHIROPRACTORS FARM PRODUCE FARM PRODUCTS LIMITED WHOLESALE HAY. POTATOES AND ALFALFA MQAL. Inspectors at Coaldale, Lethbrldge, Raymond and Magrath. Whether you want to buy or sell we will matl yco our Weekly Ma^ ket Card on' j^equesL 201 SHERLOCK BUILOINQ Lethbrldq* ' : : : Phon� 777 w, J Uoye, Mgr.' Res. Phon* 3ti M. R. Hazell, Acct., Res, Phens 17S| DECORATING WELLINGTON 'BROS-THE pBO-orators, Paperhangers and Paln'tere KalsomininK. V General Decorating and Sign Writing. Estimates given. , The oldest established paintere in Lethbrldge. Res. Phone 1472; office phone l'< 32. Sherlock Bldg., Leth^ bridge. Alia., W. E.MBRY, PAINTING. OBCORAT," Ing, Paper Hanging, \ Kalsomlning, etc. Boat ninterlals only used for �1S work, Estltntttos' willingly^ given. 936 9th Stfeot S. .l'hone,33S. D RAYING THE STAR TRANSFER GEO. WILLIAMS 618 Gch Street S. COAL, C.O.D, Phone 1672 ACCOUNTANTS phone 1619 P.O. Bex SOS HENDERSON, REID AND PATER80N Chartered Accountants, Audits, Investigations, Etc. SPECIALTIES Municipal, Lumber, Mining, Manufacturing, Wholesale and Retell Accounting Acadia Building, Third Ave., 8. Lethbrldge HOME ADDRESS - - - - - IIDERTON, ONT. S. W. PAISLEY, AUCTIONEER. DRAYING Of All Kinds WcsternTransfcrCo. Liiuitotl rrice-C. p. R. Freight Bhedk PHONES. Office........... 1161 tables .......... 1094 PAINTING ANU PAPERHANGINO - We are competent to do all kinds ot painting from outside work to finest decorating. Wo 8peclali�e on country school, and; churches. Lowest callmates. largest stock of wall paper In city,', Watch for yellow automobile. W.R. Brown, 313 6th Ave. A. 8. Phone 720. In Lethbridge 20 years., ' .y-, * SMITH SMITH-HYRUM SMITH and June B. Smith.-It you ore sick end want to regain health, take spinal adjustments and get welL Office In residence, 903 7th Ave.l S.. opposite Model Bakery, hours 8.30 to C. 7 to 9. Phono 1677. MUSIC MISS AILEEN M. JONES-Pianoforte Playing and Theory; supervision ot H. G. C. Salmon. One hundred per cent ot pupils entered for the examinations of the Royal Academy and Royal College of Music, London, KB., last year were successful Studio. 623 9th Street South. MRS. W. H. JOHNSON-TEACUUlt ot Fland, Harmony and Theory. Over t#n years' teachlnig eiperlenca. Studio fully equipped with blackboard, keyboard, scale ladder, mod-ulaUng board, etc. Studio 1211 ith Ave. A South. DANCirjO LESSONS MISS GLADS AffREE-Classes" and private lessons for adults and children at Y. M. C. A.; tethjjrldge. ev-fery Thursday arid Friday. Phono 1695.  . . WATER LOCATOR WATER LOCATED- I CAN .LOCATE water for you^ Charges reasonable t: L. Dovles, Nobleford. 97-0 don't ' ^fdrcet !::^F^ the i WAR VETERAN WHEN YOU HAVE A i job to dfker PlBBaenahFy j.R. OLIVER BOARD OF TRADE OR J. F. RITCHIE SECVVETERANS' ^LUB SPENCE'S AUTQ LIVERY PHONE 1142 AT NIGHT tfiTHBIflOGEt HOTEL EYES TESTED J M HfHOERSOH-SIGHTSPfCI&UST Difficult Cises .1 Speci.ilty OftJcs al Wriilhl s Ji noitt 1 (0(0 (Z It Ml vill.rv btui i \C] �. I. ,1, __CLEANING AND.DVKINQ THE "VALET-8pBClAlj8'r�' Hi French Dry Cleaning. Our process ellmlhute* danger'of Injury to garments. Only the higheet class (worlt (lirned out. No dyeing. Immediate atention is given to country orders. 324 6th Street South. Phone 1811. LOO SAM-Cleaning, Pressing, Sth pairing and alterations well done at*, reasonable prices. We call tor and deliver goods. 410 (th Street Soutk. Pbdne'B34. I - ^ ;8�1-! i:fB~WINQ, the taHor, Cleaning pressing and repairing. High class work at lowest rrlcea. De'livery tres. 113 7th St. 8. Phone 1019. 281-24 DRESSMAKING _ FIRST CLASS DRESSMAKING. Mrs. Rossa, 922 2nd Ave. S; Phone 1869. n^yELECTRICALM filSUPPLIESCa) PP tLfOi ^ jmCilii' WORK. W.Ii. McKenzie & Co. PH0NSU7 7lt Srd Ave. a, IRY |\ HERALD WANT AD II11 ING RESULTS 199071 855961 ;