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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - March 23, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta SATI HDAY, MARCH 23. 1918 T1IK LKTIIMiUnCK DAILY. HKIULD PAGE ELEVEN v ou As YOU You know well enough when your liver is loafing CONSTIPATION is the first warning; tlien you begin to "feel mean all over." Your skin ooon gets the bad news, It grows dull, yellow, muddy and unsightly. Violent purrcativon fire not what you need - juM the gentle hfilp of this old-time standard remedy.. Small Pill, Small Dose, Small Price. hours signature K." i i t 1 A BSENCE of Iron in the ^ \\\og;triti.s. 4 Commander-in-Chief1 of thm ploy men t of imops regardlfiSH of watuifires arn nearly always enabled to i'orr.e fir*t lino positions. The Kvenifig News in its comment on the situation refers to the failure of the British report to say anything about prisoners and adds: "In the matter of flguroa our opponents have been notorious ly inexact." The military oxpoi'1 of ihe.Westminster Ciazette sayw tiiiii fin- (ier-mans began their offonstv*? purely ft -'it kH 4 Ms . f ^ 4 hi 11 1> 7 -J ��S�i vw1 1^1 St uaiion likclv to l if by buiiihinv; inuiiicttt inn if h:- lei- rnlile ;iU*'.'a'!.. L'!'. "Wort.: that : contiuuo tin" nm! nriny- it - !;c -iniip in-,-l-vs tjH^ wrii-uf id'tairs 10 - Mp- wi'-my it : i- m1 the [jut'i*/* I CROWN PRINCr:> ACTIVITIES "Uol\v(_'t'.. HiruU!-'h Holnnii ut thft )](.'ii;hts n uiunMriitintf in; 1 posit ion. Siv.t. 1 forward nn.; i'iny over (.!: - ( o;l a fj'o^s'in� l^a I**c-n�. In �� h ?):;r; � v/hich art' �; � ":i!::nuii si roaiii iti' tin- army . tii t))n failure of fb" pre--''.'!' a Mark nmsl roae; dis-astroa.^v ;n - :\ (leraianv that we 4 dei-'Vc i in n i"a�eniont 'Tom the lailil'.'i'v p �-=ition as it. is ilischis- ed tnibiv." The A; ,-'!i*;�: Vwa\ cautions \he ??�t}"ii t.o 1.^* n a cool head and a!a>\. in) ebMwihle arguiuoni Itased np.n sr;.">]M t";n'ls to p'M'suade it in pivMKUiire conclusions. The vi;� j;eht'.-tcr Cuanliau s;iys: if fie siti(tii of die f'jxic]] north of tin; Atsne. Ileim Dicn. soulli of St. (ptcntiii is ilifM'hlc]' dimmer r.onc" 'tUv ia>int made by Tho Cuard-iaa is of i;ucrest in rcb says: "Tiheve sooms to br iv de.tb; that we are. in for an in-R.v:i;-^ am' /v^lon^ed atnmiru.'. nl- n:-:iaep .i tlioiu'll if tile �'I|et!iy on Jmh- iur, prepor! ionately ihi"-e men in oar one as. he has been doing his exhifnst ion may well :Miperveae, **Jt. may Iro ^ome days li�.-for� tna eitotny'ti onrush c;ui be "ven t ei)i])orariiy st.oiii oieii. ii nd longer Itefore a counter-ol'fi'ie i1. e is i.i lory. ' "I Ka'h' r thuf. in u;ilif;iry and fither well infornied rirei.-s ihe up jiuaratice op the seen" of Hie *;(.r mah lan!:s is believed to b.- im-minrjp AWFUL GUNFIRE Uritish I loadouai i� r.- si I": am-e Ahi rep M^n who had fonglil t broilgh '*.e grea t :* of ;be Soniim*. Khyuh*rs and A-rras say thai they never before have seen anything to appro.e a tin* awt'ul gunfire of -tin; pr� sr-io eon"liis -;sad  fif e.urr- of ;i 11 cub'>r 111 �m- I'i^ti1 i nr ur-red last night in tie- n :i m- >{ Hois* 1. Alory. Montr . Woreiiie-a an Hea iimet /. Th  fJnt ,'i ir s"r v i ei - has been agllillSt the, m (1 v a 'I e; !;*�)'! I BOW ISLAND Mow Island, Alberta, Man-h Mr KccsttMii. or the In ion hank spent Wednesday \!lrtt in Mtnliclno Mat. Mrs. W. .1 Oliver. (Icrhpr street, informally i'ii I ma ained nnmmrtus guests at her residence u Monday evening. Mr. M e n i eia a ined at the iaoiii' of Mrs \. \iaek. MhpiisT street. > in Tlrir^dii > at'1 ernnon i Look at the Acadia Block AVE 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. r II Phone 1191 Balmoral Block n I Trucking ONE-TON TRUCK PRICE $750 F. O. B. FORD, ONT Supplied as chassis only ord Garage Dealers A. P. Veale, Dealer Z. N. Skouson, Dealer BUSINESS men everywhere. who have hauling or delivering problems to consider-whether operating a wholesale business, a retail store, or a farm-will welcome the arrival of the Ford One-Ton Truck. Heretofore, the Ford user who wanted to cany loads up to a ton found it necessary to get one of several special attachments or extensions which were on the market. Now the standard Ford truck is available- a car that can withstand the 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 that all gears are enclosed. Rear wheels are equipped with solid tires. Front tires are pneumatic. Standard Ford,, motor, transmission and ignition. The largest truck and automobile company in the British Empire, with an organization of more than 700 Canadian dealers stands back of every Ford truck purchased. Lethbridge ' - Warner - Raymond ;