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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 19, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGElts, when a slicll came along and iropped between Iho horses. Gunner lommlng was hit In the abdomen, There a sevoro woiiiiil about 8 Inches ong was luflkted. Since then ho has been in the lioEpltnl most or tho llrao, anrt will havo lo go to Osdopi In a few days lo; further treatment. Gunnfr I'omnilDg says there Is no doubt noiv about the loiniense super- iority of the British and French ar- and It Is Ibis superiority wlilcli has paved the way for the present big advance. Tha boys of tho 2Dth are doing lino. Their casualties have been unbelioi-ably small and Iliey are all In the best of spirits. Before enlisting Mr. Hemming was member of one of tho C. P. R, Irri- gation survey, WEAK.FROJB GRIPPE; OtUwa Wsman Telli.how 6hi itored Her Strength. Ollavrs, Out. "haat winter both my nnJ mysolf linil 'f- tad nttaok of Ln arlppo, and It led bs run down, ivllh no appetite and no strength, an.l my husband a bad cough, tried Emulsions of Cod Oil and olier remedies without uuy Lietter, Finally ono day a friend told my husband about Vlnol. lip got a bolllu right awny and It proved lo ba Just the medicine to build us uu and restore our strength." Mrs. John Suaw, The reason Vluol :wts GO success. ful lu bulldlue up Mrs. Slmw' shealll] Is because It Is-a constitutional rem- edy whlcu contains beef, ami cod llrer peptones, Iron and uiauganese ntes and glyccrophosiitinteg all com- bined In a delicious native lonlo wine. Wo wish every person In Lcthbrldgo vho Is suffering from a weakened, un-down condition, .would ry Ylnol on our guarantee 10 return uelr money If It foils lo'toieflt Ihem. D, HfglHUOthMIl ft bid., DrU6fl3'3. Lolhbrldgc. Also at the best dniBglsts [n all Alberta JfAn Siilz'er) proptieior ot "America's Horse Meat Packing Houae" fa here seen cuilins a Eteak for a customer at his bulcher shop at First tTenue and'122od 'SlreeL Sunldit uniform If food California today, and every day. Phone ncrw for acupply. dealer tclU thcuu Simklst Uniformly Good Oranges "An Extra Run" on FRY'S COCOA RUNNING a tig Mogul on schedule time is about as complete a brain, sinew and nerve test as a man could want, So tne qrd.er, comes for "An Extra Run tbat engineer is who fortifies himself with a.cup of FRY'S COCOA. FRY'S, because it builds for irnerve3 of steel." It's such a splendid food as well as a delicious beverage, Drink FRY'S regularly yourself and note the vigor it, imparts. Trade Supplied by J. S. FRY SONS, Limited Montreal, Toroftto, Winnipeg, Edmonton, Visc 'VESTIGIAL VICE IN DANCE' Dr. Hart Relland Sees Unlovely Jun Die In Modern Classlct. New Rev. Dr. Karl Hol- land., rector of St. George's Eiilecopal Church, or which J. Plorjiunl Morgan In a communicant, arraigns tho "Jun- gle autlc3" ol aoino miilcru ilancfli-ln the weekly buUellu o( tha church, la- sued "The junjle autlca, stoulder lurch- es, palia and arm iho clutches ami holds, eecm In certain toleraleil instnhces to suggest (ype re- rerslons, a kind ot ancestor worship, eihfbftlug a vestlgtal vJctoustieaa un- lovely In our BpecleB." he writes. Dr. Relland adds tbat he docs not dance, but is musician aud psycholo- gist enoufeh lo know tiat the "cfjw bell, hammer and (ocgs, box bacgLiig, rasp and rattle" music ac- companying eome of the modern dancer Las a "real effect on the moral substance ot those habitually sT'ayeO bx.lt." "Those Tvho undorslaud as I do he adds, "ruay find 'some scriptural satisfaction a verte ot the second boot of Samuel, where'11 reads: 'And. David danccJ be- fore the Lord with all his Bui our modern dancers caunoL with sol- icmn propriety Davlil as a kind patron saint, for with him it was essentially a. matter of reltEion, thai Is certainly not the matter vith much RS they nay go at It 'with all their might' "This comment 'indicates only a ipecfes and not the genus of daaclng, "or the modem has ils virtues or you Tould not have best people using it. The bad form is the only point Involved., Those old dances on tho barn floor, after n corn husk- Ing, irere 'in comparison, fiddler the fas -'now, what a ciibislic mania ha3 seized the musical instruments. It Is a serious business these days, trekking back to the prehistoric or mid-African In men and music. Rut, then. I do ooL dance, no, not even as David did, 'before the Lord with all his might.' -QED FROM FRON-T P.AOB) the First Authentic Information on Correct Dress for 1917 Wear WE'RE READY NOW, Mr. Good Dresser, to give you first hand in- formation oh "what's what" in Spring you about the right styles, the good weaves, the smart give you really correct information. can show and prove fnr easier than we can teir. This announcement is just to let you know that, we're ready to show. Rethink it vyill be to your adviantaKe to see ,A I aboulj. As one' avialor has jasl ported: "Our men'are lighting fires and taking their dinners at places on the map; they are going into pubs which 'been burnt put to find beer Tvblch Is not there." British Take Villages North and west Bapaume our patrols have gone beyond (he villages of Uueguoy, Dihucourr', Favreull and Sapignlcs., Intelligence officers riding [out on bicycles lo places, were scared r lo find 'themselves so'-lonely and be- jHcTcd lliat the enemy must be close at'hand, but the endlrig'was still 'fur- 'tber off.- Our Tvorkfne; up past Logcast wocd, penclralcd east of j AchJeth-Le-Grand and turned Ibe Ger- man line off Behagnlese-Yprcs. j Round Peronnc, our cavalry recori- inollrcd the crpsaing over the .canal .'Dunord, which was In parts, os Uhe Germans have blown up Ihe further south, in Ilic nelKl'bor- 'hood of Kcsle. French and British cavalry patrols came into touch today' and one of our aTlntorE aays'he saw French civil tans waving flaga nnd cbeering the men. The Germans have a cavalry screen behind Ihetr rear-guards. They were seen north of Dapaume and' south- wards beyond Hoye. and some of MACLEOD BROS. The Great ClotHiera of the Great West them, were chased by-a Drltfah [QBn at a place called Ennemaln. He swooped down Ilfec an atljatross and brought a man off his horse by n ma- chine gun bullet. Qlhcrs slsrapeded from this terrible bird. No Huns In Pcronnn Last night our patrols got Into tho village of Mont St. ijuenlin, which !s the chief defence point of Peronrie, and Ihia morning they were In and through MoUlains Halle and Fevlllrvncourt- Untll late at enemy was ellll holding the trenches on the other sldo of Feronne, northwest of Haute Al- lalnes. But they hare now gone artl our outposts now look down the valley of the little river Totllle. a tributary 1 of the Soiome, frou Molahlna to Halle. This morning our nioLintcd troops entered Peronne iLeclf. but no enemy was (here. The only thing I there that looked like solulers'wcre two dummies which were shot at by our men until this Ocrma'n fafcc, wag discovered. iUany dugouts wore on fire and part of the town was-amoul- JerJng, but1 Peronne 13 not ullcrly de- stroyed nnrt bo known when the clrlHans couie back lo sro Ihe ruins of their homes. Masy touseK 'still sland, wounded InUhclr 'walls and roou. The place la unlike llio villages on the batllo 'fieltis, which arc moatly off thb chrlh. The oneray seems j In have aT) an delicti liia positions Insi; nlghl at n given lime nil along the line, firms heavily until about Icn u'cluck. Tlien the gunfire censed, ami a single' BUD sliol was hcanl, ns 'ifs puns wore going back along the 'In: It ruacfo. Ilts rearguard uioved leaving behind them their ,'real defensive works on tho Dapaanre ridge anil burning villages. It Is not for nie lo say how 'he Ger- man higher connnand will csplalo this rotreal to (ho German people. It la a "slratcpical -plan" but not all phrases like thai will. Jildo tlie Irulh that thla is indeed a retreat, and that In front arc the Brilieli Ir'oons. Not Yet on the Run London, M'arch 10. eouuraUy n. fairly soher, tlew of the general retreat on the'western front, and while insisting Lhit tho re- tirement lias been forced, refrain (rom .making any claim that the Ger- mans arc on the run. That tho sumo viewpoint, is held al the front la In- dicated In one dispatch which quotes nn unnamed distinguished staff officer as dcnreratlng Ilic Idea thai the re- trcil had become 2 helpless flight. It la emphasized that there IE nothing yet to indicate whoro the German HBO will be halted. Notice to Holders-.of Victoria. Oil Stocks and Leases CHO9E INTERESTED IN ALBERTA OIL DEVELOP- WENT are requested (o call at the office of A. J. Dlackourno Acadla Ulock, where an opportunity will bo given lo sign a pollllan craving Ei- cellency the Governor-Qerjera! to allow the rental ptld for leases to the Dominion Govt lo be returned to companies op- erating and developing this Held. __ As the pMlUon U closed on Saturday. March Kindly call at, earliest convenience. A. J. BLACKBURNE4 CO. Traction Engines We arc well equipped with up to 'date machinery and have the ex- workmen to do high grade work on all kinds of repairs to gas or steam engines. Get your engine overhauled and put in good shape early. We Repair All Kinds of Machinery. Our deep well pump is biiilt for conditions in Alberta. >Sce HI G. Kischel LE9EE OF TMt LET HBRIDGE IRON WORKS. ;