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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 1, 1915, Lethbridge, Alberta SATUKIMY, MAY 1, 1915 THE LETHPUIDGE il Ii K A L P PAOK CANADIAN-WRITES OF ENEMY'S MARKMANSHIP .iliii London, Way I.-Tim loliowiim is liqtidy which makes these1 loop-holes conlrihuted hv i.l. .1. of doubly hard lo the Itoyal (licnadicTS, Toronto, and While I do not inlcud lo hrl tut- of the 3rd battalion 1st Division Can- the ciiccl Unit (his .nim.iiie IIBS in mliun Expeditionary Force, who is can cantlidly stale thai wln.ii n lire-sent In Upland on sick leave i assault is Mini; made or ii1 ".Is, I. It was during the early part of Ihe which events nivohc issui. on. wnr li.l-l the IH'ilish ICupcilitionary superiority of lire is ovenU.Hm.i K- after its accomplishment ol one1 It may be ol mlcu I thai, ol the grealc-n aehicvemenls in Kiili- thc Koss nllp, v ill. tin I mi i tan history, stood al hay on llic dial, contiuscnl is n. niiiji Marne. AS this period, before tU In.jeclory to the .ilailsfl lighting became "stain Also owing t thc opposing armies hud commenced will, its hue seriously to "dig themselves in" and every Uoss J'i, fight cnnlintKHisly from till' cover oi that can be their trench parapets, we to read rille, while ol ol thc suiicrinrity of Hrliisit murks- nevertheless delicate mansl.ip and Ihe'demoralizing cltccl. ism, know of their rille lire on the Hermans, slant fare, and ivliiir During (his slap- of tin- war we con-! rough .service1, reman, slantly 'lead oi the Uritbli soldier jed. its barrel and being 'inclinril to treat the ffcrman hitch1 nnrlwt its n as a ioke, rxprcssiiij; anxiety on- and lor lo.ig range sin ly on account of -lack Johnsons, olid to none. Ooal-boxi-s and Hlnck .Marias. i Speaking lu-ncrullj. During .In1 past lew months we1 Canadian contingent have not heard so niuch con- and ill battalion tempt expressed for our enemies' ions we have men v.! LOSING HOPE WOMNVERYIU Finally Restored To Health By Lydia E. Pinkham'n Vegetable Compound. Bellovno, was in tertibla otate before 1 took'Lydfn E. Pinkhum's Vegetable Com- My back pound. itwould brtak, t had ,___ all over me, nervous feelings and troubies. I very weak und run down and was losing hope of ever being well ant] strong. After tak- ing Lydia E. Pink- E.GHT BARRELS AND A RANGE EXCEED.NG ANY OTHER marksnia'l'iship, and many illusions are shooting as a hobliy ii'ar.s. Jbcso matle in lel-lcrs from neivly-arriic.1 mcn have "snipi'd tin1 sniper am. soldiers who arc very uuick to ;lis- many a (Jcrnian abuse the minds of Iriends at home, s'.vercd the call as In i-r.y opinions Ihey ...ay have Aft-r my "rst lornicd I'.'on. earlier concspoiidcncc trenches 1 forme nnd reports. Ocruiau snipe. .Siiice iny return from France T have ecaled in thf rear oi MIC been constantly jsked wliy it is tnat es, from so many of oitr men fall" vitUims to range, they did ihctr the (iernian sniper, aiipareiitly with- ing. 1 an. now, hov. nut li ly shoot- COtll'ilK'i'd aliv chance'oi rc'iaiiai'ilm. '.ilv tiai "tiiey arc ioctit'-d' in their iroiit j plea iicinR. "li the C.'r- trenches, and lire Iron -rami! lv niaiie i mans have got us in such a position loopholes such as liavi- 'that we cannot put our linitls over jicn'scopcs, while, u.vjluanli. lor Rcn- l the parapet oi a trench and cannot era! observation, an- m very little even make our shooting from loop- use in locating Ihrs- IOMV-.IOIPS :i-. holes safe, wliy cannot we, with our they can only be held up lor a slicul superiority oi aim do likewise'.1" For time before a bullet sni; 'the haaelit of those. take a mirror. When an en1.1 era] view- and arc not versed in small JH successfully located, it is arms I am ollering an explanation matter of toiiitu; a rlianc- j that I hope may prove satisfactory. olir (nvu loop-holes heiore ham's Vegetable Compound t improved rtpidly and today am s well woman. I cannot tell you how happy I feel and I cannot say too much for your CompoutKl. Would not be without it in thc house if It cost three times the CHAS. CHAPMAN, R. F. D. No. 7, Belle- me, Ohio. Womau's Precious Gift. ,1, The one she should most zeal- n i ously gnard, is her health, bat it is j-e trench- Uie one most often neglected, until Ions i come ailment peculiar to her sox has fastened itself upon her. When so af- fected such women may rely upon Lydia E Pinkham's Vegetable Compound, a remedy that has been wonderfully snc- "re. and to west. 11 became ii Kir ttrifr. (it-it. Timit'i', conn Ihc lliinl Uit'ow l lolt Hank to [u'otiMM his rear, 'course ni Uii' i-oni'usinu which fil upon the iratljustnilMit uS t sittuit, cricitij', wi rapidly ut'lcr initial look lour HrilMi -1.7 u-ood In Lhr oi tin- villag St. Juiicn, two miU' the oriijina SKCOM) It "Tin- "I' >'pl'i'.s (s tljc dian division, )'or (dry least four ilivis tines, ai. rifdiv u .another hlit'ir ufl !niny. ihcy perished si> Jl.'pv iront ..sheer valor. I ''The eru-nty, nf (Mtir.sc, was t pi'r dotiliti-d, of "ilic tliis fmw.'ii )ji the had him. and li a i uhle series oi aiiacks npnn Kit? front ItATTLK WAS 11OTTKST t everywhere ti wilh pui'lic tJi .nneit line Liinnni St. KM. I. Wrinkled faces Easily Rejuvenated Speaking first oi our own army After a careful study of the system of training used by our allies and our enemies, I venture to express the opinion thai no liner or more thor- I oufih system exists in the world than that used by the British army today. Were this article a treatise on mus- ketry I could dwell at some length nu tin's system which has reached its culminating point in efficiency. Sunice it to say tiiat during the last years the effect oi this training lias i been watched by experts ami the down to the minutest detail, and he mimiration is iis taught lo use it, not as a Canadian coi I winner or pot-hunter, but as a sol- serving with i tlier. His military efficiency is niea- l I sured by his marksmanship, and thus ized by the v we linii' battalions containing full "The recent, cessful in restoring health to suffering women. If von have the slightest doubt E. JMnl-Jiaru's Vceeta- ilio mi-1 blc Compound will lielp toLydlaE.PinklmmMeiilenieCo. {confidential! T.ymi.Mass., for nil- vice. Your letter will he opened) read answered by a vromaiJ, and licld in strict confidence. through that mir- sniped ollicer, now Ypres-Soulers railway to the irSSK the The division consisted ol three, m bri-ades in addition to the Oi the infantry The "irst .photo of the secret Km pp seise howitzer, of Tilnch has been said. In Gevm.ny it is called the boota from the number ol its barrels am! it kick. It on IU present mounting, and discharges a shell for a distance of 32 miles fleo. Morden, a newspaper editor, lias 'been nominated as Conservative candidate for the Legislature In jN'ortli Vancouver. I I more reason for serving poor coffee than for making omelets of stale eggs. Simply use rea- sonable care in making, and start with me Hiiits-Barjcicu rifles'.' the blood Vccordiug to reports, thc Oerman.s stand made hy the ._.. emplov specially trained snipers who those desperate da s w, 1 W h use I'heir 'ioiifrbarrelcd.WausMs ntted athers to Ineir so .is, for m then. i with telescopic sights; these rifles i-aiv rccotiU oi Oa, ada_ Mil- .Idem _ _ _ if i th -it li! IfntiV 113 1TV -'hi'iiie'rcc- discharges" under H-HIUE a verv Hat trajectory up to will shine as h ?'L1> t seien hundred yards. H is thc-reiorc ortls of the Uiitisl army the stub a_ eas, for them during the present born valor with v, hith :b.r J a.nes trench ligliting to assume a tempor- MacDonneli and the Guards beat tatk c dMsiott an ascendancy. Their loop-holes are from Hougonmont the division 01 Fo; fonyanl nmny arranged at on angle to their trench and the army corps m the near iuture in which they will hnc and their sniping is done ob- i "On April 32 the Canadian diMsion con- ,y which the French army won in this war would make it impertinent to labor on the compelling natnrt of the pois- ......uler which the Thc Freud, did, knows they would do, cotlld do, ami re and men CAPTAIN R. Of the 1st Grenadiers, Jlontreal reported) hilled in, action. ASSERT REVOLT London, jltay British gov- ernmc-nt has taken official cognizance of charges alleging that the Rev. Mr. Booth, an negro parson, connected -with: the .'Sevenlli Bay AS- ventlsts. had played a part in ihe re- cent iiprising Bmons; the -native in Nyassalwid, British Africa. Lewis Harcourt, socretary of state for the Colonies, ivai asked In the House of Compions yesterday "wheth- er any means, can bq'. adopted to pre- vent this viTson- tod his American negro supporters' frpiri propagatins tbeir doctrines In alls British protect- The Coionlol Secretary said: "Steps are now 'being taken to meet the i Old Friends are BesK antiseptic healing oils right In where tho Miin (or rheumntiim, spfilnt, enre throat. aBthmo, colii uii Om chctt, otc. All Famous rlrtamfaokf. HAM0NS WIZARD Oil, CO., TORONTO Keep Down Fuel Costs Your kerosene tractor can be run more economically if you use SILVER STAR ENGINE KEROSENE Leading manufacturers of kerosene en- gines recommend Silver Star because it is an absolutely reliable engine kerosene. It is clean burning and powerful. Shut- downs and delays_ are avoided when you use this standard fuel. PREMIER GASOLINE is a straight distilled fuel for gasoline tractors.' It is a uniform reliable. Clean. Powerful. Bring your tank wagon to one of our dis- tributing stations and buy direct. It will save you money. Branch Throughout the Dominion THE IMPERIAL OIL Limited COMPANY hy side with the brave armies of France. "The immediate consequence o. tn.s enforced witlidraival was, oi course, i extremely grave. The third brigade j of the. Canadian division with- out any left, or, in other words, its licit was in thcjair. it became im- peratively necessary to extend thc Canadian's line in the left rear. It was not, of .course, practicable lo move the first brigade from reserve at a moment's notice, nnd the line, extended from to yards, was naturally not the line that had been held .by'ti.e allies at live o'clock and a gap still existed on its left. "Thc new line of which our recent point of contact with the French formed the apex, ran quite southerly Made m Canada MAJOR J. LICHTFOOT I Ot Winnipeg, an officer ot the 10th battalion, reported n-oumled. inlrn.sily of lit in the direction of U'lfh'.V MOYLK It hav already tjcf- HriUsh guns 'v. en- fomjiavaiively i.'arlv in ii (lie In th wood Canadian I'ith Ihc Third Brigade, and tin- l.'ih talion of llio S'M'ond v was for its way to a trench, hattalicns were respectiv ed oy JJein.-CoJ. Lei-lue and Lieut.- lioylii, and after u tior KUIXI; POT is liny a.l'l .Til Ihe 1'or- isl'ortum'S of Ihe Third part in di-Fi-rlhoLi bow the men )Vi! li.Hior ihc- Tire of tile HIS, nbirh. i.i his phrase. ;i simply, "i u oil'." wavered: iilioihur tool; Ills place, a li'.iHl the survivors battalions lluns Ihcmselves vood. Tin- German garrison and ictus of ndvaiici' of iln: fanatl- s did nol 1'i.vis" until Ihey n-u-hpd far sidi' rl'tn i1 wood, and ,i'-lU'd tiifiiis'.'.vr-ri in the dearly Rained. A AUSTIUAX SIIKLL Til AT DIDN'T GO OFF 12 inch Austrian shell which tell inside the fortress of T-royon France Comparison a. French soldier shows the size of the. shell. Many of tile German nnd Austrian shells failed to explode. Vol. know all about cow's milk and preparing it for baby's bottle. You know Hie difficulty of ranking il digestible, nnd thot ihe modifying must bo changed to providefor baby's growing needs. You know the milk is likely to be infected with germs and often onuses jjrievous troubles. You must have the best for baby. Just n word about the Allcnburys pure, rich milk irom iienlthy cows, pastured in old in mode laboratories in these ideal modified by expert staffs in accordance wiih Iniihest medieal knowledge of baby's needs. The Allcnburys Hoods comprise n series of three foods'' each to suit baby's needs and progress. A moment's thought will convince even' mother of the reasonableness oi'this method. What could be more irrational than to feed a baby of three weeks nnd one of six months on tbo same food Milk Food No. I. Milk Food No. 2. Malttd Food No. 3. From lilrih to 3 Fiotr. 3 Is 6 months. Iti-me wnnlhs. No 1 is so like healthy mother's milk that it can be given to the youngest nnd most delicate bnby, cither in conjunction with tlie breast or alone. No 2 is prepared exactlv us No 1, with necessary additions for the for- m.tioii of bone and strong nerve tissue. No 3 food affcrds thc ideal food until the mixed diet is introduced. and Mattatement' a fund of valuable information.' Watc in for a free copy to Allm t lUniurs. Co., Limit.J, 66 ;