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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - March 13, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta ^........... MMILITAIIY CROSS details of How Canadians Won ' ' iJistinction-Lieat. Fane V Among Them ' tendon, Man 13.-The pftrticulni-s of tho award ot 100 JlUltary Crosses to Canadians appears in this eveulng's C?azetto as follows: - > hlcut. William .UeniT, Alsopp. after loadUig the firsv waves o� ilie attack, personally conducted a raid on a tunnel, kiUiiu; or taking prisoner the entire Bun crow. J.ieut. Leslie Belcher, although a very young officer, found himself early in the attack in command of Uio company, which'ho led with.great skill and gallantry, attaining the final objective. Lieut. James Morley Bennett, bi]�nb- VINOL MAKES WEAK WOMEN SIHONG Positive-Convincing Proof We publish the formula of Vinal to prove convincingly that it has the power" to create strength. Jf Co J Liver (nd Beef FeptoBes,' Iron Amtnoniura Citrate, Lim* acd Sodii Qlycerophosphites, Caicano. Any woman who buys,* bottle of Vinol for a weak,'run-down, nervous condition and finds after giving it a fair trial it did not help her, will have her money returned. ' You see, there is no guess work �bout Vinol. Its formuU proves there is nothing like it for all weak, run-down, overworked, nervous men and \^men and for feeble old people Try it once ed th^.way down the ticnch, attacking. thoTQtroatint; eii6my in the open. Tha line was hei^ two and a half days, although It .WHS impossible to receive wa,tor or rations for 3d hours. . , . Jl Oatindk tho better. Wc have got to feet that individual responsibility reeis on each of ua toptit'oti'lhietves on fol-untary rations. -Every family should do it now; ly/o have to save'' \yhether we thtnlt-tharprices are unjust or not. If'we'are-rcally sav^S In every way wo.can, then sve have a right to a certain amount of^ constructive criticism, but tliis business ot throwing stones whore we ourselves are not actually doing auythtng to help Is a luost dangerous ___1___-1.-11-^- . . _ � � - and reprehensible habit 5/ ^ ySucie^ BUY ALL ELEVATORS OF IMPERIAL CO. Winnipeg, Mar. 1.-lt,vwis announced at the grain exchange � this morrlfng that the Bawlf Grain company has bought all the elevators, thiftytwo In number, of^ the Imperial Elvator comi^ny of, Al-'faerta. The pHee was net given. ,s:e,rve -; 1HE UTHBRI06B BRIWtNG A MALTING^CO ITO. LiTHSRiDai. Aumi*. Wilh Cas^ ^Ym ?99^ lay It' ^ ' - Atvailagie V Yoiu 'knqw ; hpv )sitff^^ costs tniri when you^lyiv* to � buy. on credit Why not practlco soU-denlalftr a white If necossary/ppen a Savings Acpount lnthe-UBionBarikeFCuiada,and:With^mBmaney fa hand, buy at Cash prices? -The discounts will help^o swell your bank. baJanw, and you wllj Me inade a ^d'alart; toward* (inuetal tadependeaee.^. ^, .j.:,,.,'";..-^i LETHBRIDGE BnANCH CARD8TON BRANCH . BARONS. BRANCH . . \ e. W.r^CHOI,80N, Manager  � P. V.i Cavers, Manager .� J. Blackwood, Manager. _1 ( Government Bonds ' We offer all maturities of Victory loan at 9.8%' and accrued interest. Free from Taxes. Bonds may be re^fetejfcd as'Jo Principal. We can also supply you' with Prpvincial and Municipal Bonds. Tlie British C^adi^ Trust Co. ' p->e^EpUT0V?APMr�(�l8T,RAT0R,'^^ . . ...... "^^^-.,1 . R iICKED-UP IN ASSINGI=q - FOR THE BUSY VAN. Lieut. Col. Goo. A, Walkem, H.-E. a A'ancouver man. Is in charge-of army railway work in .Palestine. ': � , Judge Landis of Chicago, ordered H. J. Morse to. disregard a.debt of $87.50 he owed to a loan.shark. Five men are under' arrest In ,'Detroit charged with fomenting ''plots to destroy'*Canadian bbrdei' factories. Sec. Treas. .Higgs, of Canlston, refused to continue in office, ^ven.when offered a salary of fl.SOO u .year^- Henry WV .Petrie, 150, author ,of "Asleep in the Deep," has been' sentenced from 1 to 14 years In Cook County-jail for abduction. Niagara Falls Is otie. of the.;-two "100 per cpht." cities in tlie.," States as regards the sale of Thrift Saving Stamps. - ' '� �' The crew ot the Bosto'h' fishing schooner Acushla .received ' Jf250 I LOGICAL TniSlaader TrouHis.V �BMiiBBaBnM>9UBiiipB|iiii THE Universal I'rMtorii AH Tractoif^ vi Waroha^lSOO lbs.-t�tB theh anyB9S&:i^ rencrve power on lill the,work ' they specify. ^ ^ - V V"' ' Ignition tranamlt'alon; �!!' per foot. , I i ' Nt is made tn ttie'largmt tract-, -oc. factory in tho�Worfd.-'"./- ' 7600 aefd 1�17tl$'.yieii^e�.i,''. and this y^ar,tho �^tpiit le'^OMO. The oataMI*)i�d^;-li. i A .Supreme Court' deelsion, handed down at Boston deh'tlekfa labor union tho right to say how many men shall be utilized on any job.- ^ ' . -. Potatoes �wfera theTSBe-fo'od to decline in value aero3a,ithe border last year. The average increase in food prices was 25 per tent. The Montana -Legislature Jias passed a joint .r(*6lultpnT>�aklng~ConBress to- conscrfijt. all faitnifes excess ot ?1,000,000 for war purj^^scs. . '� The' charge is mad^'tUat Qhicago packers have eliminated -all cbmpoti-tlon in dairy prortucts^'Jn. thoj'States ofMlsBouririlllnoia atlU.Iowtt. ! , A general bill to provide for owner-ship of public utllitiBf^'by- all' cities in New York Stale h^s-been Introduced by Democrats at Albany. Speaking,in UuttaIo,"Dr,.Fj>edorlck F. Strong, predicted that Niagara Falls' power will soon - be transmitted to Buffalo by wireless .n^ans. ' Demanding "an 100 per cent Squads ot sohllers are to bo sent to points ivlong the Niagara fro)itier :to prevent oliglblea from prosaliig to tlie United States. :'� ... ., S. Hackett, Deinity Prothonotaxy 61 the Superior Court, died at Sherbrook^' Que., while in the act ot prayer in St. Patrick's Church. , Consequent upon the reB|gnBtlon Of J. .J. Manning, county treasurer.; Of Peel for thirty-five years,'Rj^G' Edwards is appointed to the vacancy. Roberto Plucinlnl, father bt'oriftit children, two of .whom are In the United States army, has heen> denied eitttenBhlp hecauao ho couldn't spejl "cht." e^ntprn ;A, special committee-'Infprmeil,, lUe Now York LeglBluturo thatith^re are over 100,000 drug addtcts;:. }n; New York Oily alone, and thatBtress Is InoreaHlng the drug'MbU..  *{ / . AVAi^iABLE TONNAGE ' HAS NOT BEEN USED ' Halifax, INIar. 13.-The tl�hef|aB'3g!(>m-. niittee of the board of trade-hi^B-made a report to the board c^i ,tonn�)ie. ai�ate, on" trans-Atlantic steamers, iP'oWtjnSlI but the necessity of obtalnlair UW>8R':-*'\ Toronto, Mar. 13.-Captain Geo. T. Bailey,c'a.m.c, was this afternoon sentenced:'.7by 'MaglstT'te Deniaon here to three months' )m'-'prlsonmenten the Jail farm, for making statements derogatory t6 . thi soldleri at^^lhe front. Captain Balleyvwas the man who told the rcecnt prohibition convention here that he heard'that ninety per cent of the troops in - IT SAVES'A HIBEO M/liN-A' ONE MAN TRACTORf-A'M'HbUR TWO BREAKERB-THREE ,�TUBBLE plowb -------J nil horse drawn implements, with en's man-only M'd uat mail ON THE IMPLEMENT. You don't need a revoIytBg heatf with- this. � General Supplies Limited ^^"^ca^'oVrH," ^"^ .8llJil'':j^�""*'J"'- "KUt. at the LethbrJdgil Hotell AQEXTa WANTED FOR AL,L UNOCCUPIED TERRITORY. JiciunCtilMr GuaFd Your Hi^^ With Rubbers THERE'S one side"- to the . economy of Rubbers, that some people may. overlook. Rubbers/say e doctors' bills,-just as theyvsave boots. V , With streets coated with slush^^ or a river Of rai|i, Rubbers arc, certain protection against getting , wet feet, and your being;laid up , with a severe case of grippe' or . worse.-: v: , .' . ^ ':. If you want to come tibr&ugh tlie spring thaws. withouttev;*n a; cold, get rubbers forScach ji>^irv of shoes; and if you are buying,inew shoe's, |3e sure to have them fittbd " with the right Rubbers.' ) \ There's a style and-shops'for e-very shoe-for men, women and childrenrr-in thcs^ six brands of staunc1i|- well--. fitting Rubbers, sold Iby the leadii^g; i shoemen: ~�-,V,v.- .,-7t ,, '"\ � "Dominion" "Gran^V - "Jacques Cartiar" "Maple Leaf" "MerehantB" . "Daiay'^ \Ask for these brakds-lhey give the bestweaf , CanadianConsoliditeci Rubber Co., Limited I  RUBBER JSu Cxe stritctlqn in the south was authorl^e.d,. -,1^5;I today hy the Hhli)plnB�bORi-d''W",M^V ^-ifcdlle cowtructlwa, . h^^i^^t^, - ^1 Your Easter Suit Made tb Measure^ Perhaps you are unaw^e ihatybu can come into the Fit-Reform ilore,"^ aiidbfe measured fora Spring Suit; and have it made to your individual order by the famous Fit'Reform designerf and tailors. ~ , More than this, you can seled the cloth from the Very :� large assortment of Imported WQollen9 vrhich Fit-Reforin always'carries. For many years, the Made-To-Measure Department has > been an. important feature^of the greatvFit^-:Reform ^ organization with^ thousa;][ds of patrons in Canslda, from Be.oneof tli^m. l�ti^I?^itfepnn Make your EMte^Siiit to measure. We promise,t^t you will be delighted .with thevr^ult:':^""^^^^^ 154 763? ;