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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - March 23, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta saturday, march 23, 1918 Tim iinnp.niDr.F. daily, iierald PAGE Yii^u Look As tOU FEEL Ybu know weti enough when your liver l(^in^/i CONSTIPATION , is the fifst warning; tlieh yoti begfinto'Vf eel mean all over." Your akin soon gets the bad news. It' Rrown dull, yellow, muddy and un-Bigbtly. Violent purRailvcB ar* not wMt you need-iust tlieecndu help of this old-time standard rcmfedy. Small Pill. Small Dose. Sntstl PrlM. ffenuinv beara (�nature a�S'i^;?/,Ve�^'r.5rr'arter's iron pills many colorless faces but ^^M^will greatly help moat pale-faced people. Ili-ltloli Columbia towns ami .cities ivlll spnil ji big (Iclegiitloii to Ottawa to urge tlmt n stei;! plant bo oslabllaU- ed In tlio province .10 that tlio vtiat Iron (loposIlK onn be nlUlzoil for iihlp butldir.K and othor liidiiBtrlos. ell W J Are yoii in need of a wcU? If so, now is the time to have one put down. Your country needs your time, don't spend it hauling water 3 or 4 miles when it is possibly only a hundred feet or so from your barn door. Let us try getting it for you. We carry a good line of casing and pumps; also Stover pumps, engines and pump jacks. han Bros. WELL DRILLERS LETHDr-IDGE, ALBERTA P.O. BOX 672 PHONE 1703 llioili?!) if l!if> cnnniy \\m\* n\\ losi-Iik; pr(iportl(>iiiit�ly tlir^'c men to oiir.ono iifiihe liH.^ bcoii doliiK hi� cjtliij'iistlon Cwiij;, Well HupBrvotip. ''((, piiij- i7iK djiy.s before (In/ott^ny'lf;oilfuHh can l)n pvon (iii)iVorttrliy^ st.(;miiir'd. uml loiiK^r hcfore n' coiinier-orfpiislvc fim bir llioiiBhl of, but v/ltli DriliRli Ktead-r''i'(!neh rrsoiircc ,ind llic Ki' nlHod rfwcrvc Du' posl-"1(111 c.onnot b(," ro'Tiinldil jim iinsiil-Iii'uc.tory. . (it>r-illalt. liinlts'1^ .l)fdli!v(!il to hi; im-niinnnl.'' . ..J.. AWFUL GUNFIRE ririti.ili llcadcircle of the sound ^ groove, along which it smoothly, beautifully glides, is bound to produce n TONE,of purer quality Ih.-iii that produced by"a sl�el' needle that becomes a jagged chisel before the record has revolved three times? " , , " � > ' If you are planning to buy a phonograph, you should cerfainly hc,ar the Palhcphone, You will be enchanted by its wonderful tone. If y'du' already have a^pbonograph, it can be easily eouipped to play Palbo' ' Uccordsr-or, better ytill-any I'athe'agent will make a liberal allowance for it in exchang^fof; one of the new I'alliophoiies, which ' plays any record. Send/or Pathf'QUatojfv*. (t contnitis'sfiifttiiflc rxptnnatioit of, ej^rlu^vf Pqth^ tHtthodt q/'vficordi'fifr ntid rrpndudiig; sottttf/, ^tof;ethrr,wtth intertstins chnU on � Penail Funiitunr. . Will buMolM/rtt on refiitst. The Pathe Freres Phonograph Co. of Canada, Uniud 4.$.t CU0�Ttl Stmt  TORONTO, Oht.y Montrtttl Ofif-t; 1004 Kfw Jiirkt IJIilf. Western WHoleaale Distributors, R. J. Whitia ACo.; Ud., WliihliJeg, Man. 12 LOCAL DEALER^ hull block BAWDEN BRpS. LETHBRIDGE through oxcfissivv "Hdtisin and ulao In dcsperaluni. "\Vc had upaot ilu' calmilatlons of the enemy's il'';' n^ivd by our aswndaiicy In tlw air which, not being temporary uri'Siiidni a sll- � tiatlon likely to 1"% intolerable ; it by bombinK li'.v iim-.i of coin-nninlcatlon- it Imd not hfr^omn In-tolorublo aU\!ady." >;;>ys (lip wrlt-or. "Wore that Hhiii- of affairs to continuo the nu)i:iii,' ol tlu! (ierniau i army, tm the di.finsive would bo -destroyed, it iji ii:,; tlu' enemy it Is wo, who have li;ic"d (he pace." : CROWN PRINCE'3 ACTIVITIES "Uetwcen the (.MnlKnon stream and the Svinmo, rorijs of the army groiip. of the Griiiiaji (r( jirlnce , after the captiiir nl' Ihe first en-oniy positions, Dieir way thfjiugh" Moliion W-.iuA anil fought at the height.'! o\ .Savy anil Uoupy, penetrating into ilie. thli'd enemy pofiltlou. .Soulii /)! the Sonimo, divisions lirq!;., liiiougli Ihe enemy linqf anJ in ai: lujnierrnpled forward niovin. ul drove the on-', emy ov niDro than a myi'lai,! ,ot niiniejess gravoi?;"' , , '. Kondo-i, \huph 23.~Tho Dally ,^h s)i>^yi "Thore.'soem^ to hi" no doubt that m-o ni'n In lor an In-iv�',>f.> and \h'\r fulli'Ht capacity. Kspoclally bitter fii^hlinB occurred last itlght in tiu! rcKinu:* of Uolsel, Mnry, .Moohy, ,\l()rcliles and Keaumetz, The Drillsh air service has lujeu ileinn valuable work with its maciiine guns against (he. advancing eni'my. BOW ISLAND Bow Island. Alberta, .March US." Mr. Ke/dfeln, of the L'nlofi bank, spent V\'edne�dfty last In Medicine llal. ,Mrs. W, ,1, Oliver. Herber street, lit. formnlly entertained numerous guesls 1 at hei' residence tm .Vlondny evening, ! .\lr, .McNaiight has r�(unied to town lafler a two montliri absence during I wliicli lime he visited relatives In \ Winnipeg ami other eastern cities, f. It, (.'oggshall. of Medicine Hat, spent Wednesday In town. The ladles aid Of the Cnlted Church were delightfully entertained �l the liotiie of .Mrs. (Ul Thursilay Mack, Oliiulst street afternoon. Look at the Acadia Block JjAVE you sufficient FIRE INSURANCE to cover the present value of your BUILDING, STOCK or HOUSEHOLD EFFECTS ? We will be glad to advise with you and >are prepared to place your Fire Insurance in strong reliable companies. R. V. Gibbons & Co. Phone 1191 Balmoral Block Ml / � For Ton Trucking Purposes PRICE $750 F.a B. FbRD, ONT. i Supplied as cha'ssis\ only BUSINESS men everywhere / who have hauling or delivering problem^ to consider-whether operating a wholesale business, a retail store, or a farm-will welcome the arrival of the Ford One-'J'on Truck. Heretofore, the Ford user who" wanted to carry loads up to a ton found it necessary to get one of several special attachments or extensions which were on the market. >Jow the standard Ford truck is available-a car that can withstand tho drudgeries of commercial use, and yet lacks superfluous weight, and is easily handled. The truck differs from Ford passenger cars in that it is specially designed throughout in proper pattern and strength for heavy-duty service. It has a final drive of the worm gear type, so th^t all gears are enclosed. Rear wheels are equipped with solid tires. Front tires are pneumatic. Staffdard Ford^ motor, transmission and ignition. The largest truck and automobile company in tho British Empire, with an organization of more than 700 � Canadian dealers stands^ back of every Ford truck purchased. i ' �' Ford Garage, Dealers -A. P. Vealfe. Dealer Z. N. Skbuson. Dealer > "3 Lethbridge ^ - Warn^er - Raymoii: ;