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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 10, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta B MAY THE LETHBKmOB DAILY HERALD PAGE NINE Tailored at IN ONblR TO MAKK MOOM FOR OUfl MfMUMMCR STOCK Wt AH OLOIINO OUT A UNf AfkORlD MATS AT Lethbridge Millinery PIPTH STRUT SOUTH MANAGER MORE FORDSONS May Duncan pMflB cial minister of celvocl a wire tonfffht ad him that a further supply Pofdson tractors would aoort be available for Alberta Orders for will be taken as before by the department at the price hitherto delivered at any railway station In the FRENCH LOSS BUI March the period totWteti March when the German omnalre Was and April IOMM of the French were only 000 fourth to one fifth those of the This statement was made Mnlsy by ft representative of General MtaMt chief director of fltillMnr Since April hit there has been no reason to fcMtara the tones of the French have any heavier than those of the IThe British losses since March 21 wm estimated on May 4 by the Bflltoh tnllrtary mission at Washing at nearly Ulto Information was given out in of Oerman propaganda that French have been bearing brunt of the PLAX MILL BURNSi May fire destroyed the Al on FlM Mill last night with a of svproxlmately It was y MbOall of Pe TWO OUT OP THREE PIT POR SERVICE May Out of 184 men who registered in class 1 under the Military Service act Were found to be unfit for active ser vice1 In tlie trenches and were placed In a medical category lower than The class B men total class 3 class 0 and Class B PIRE AT LONG Long May today destroyed a small hotel and forty bungalows besides other buil dings and the broad walk at Naseau ByTheSea with a property loss es timated at BOLTED INTO BRITISH May mall team recently Doited into the British lines when an enemy trans port column was stampeded by violent artillery A report today to the headquarters of the British mili tary mission tolling of the Incident said the captured letters revealed a marked lack of enthusiasm among the enemy WERE WELLS10CKEDUP Prince May A problem has arisen over the disposal of stocks of flour at present in the hands of consumers over their re quirements of two The food board has ordered that dealers tako back the surplus It that as a result of he drive made by dealers to dispose of stocks of white flour before the war flour consumers stocked up largely on the white While the food board has ordered consumers to reduce to a two weeks supply dealers decline to take back the white flour A further rul ing by the food board seems to be The police department asked about the situation admitted that it was one which would have to be dealt with by the food CAMERON May Hugh former for Inverness died last night at the home of nla MacDon Glace He was 82 years old and had represented Inverness in the House of Commons for twenty A BIG DROP May cial French statistics on the 1 submarine warfare received here in a dispatch from France 4 today shows that the total losses of allied neutral ships including accidents at sea were approximately one half as great luring April this year as in 4 QERMANVS NAVAL Many reports have reached here recently of the naval activity at Above are two pictures reproduced in German showing activity In the Kiel PORTION OP TORONTOS PRODUCTION PROCCSSION of at boye and girls signified their Intention of fighting on the farm tils v MARY INSPKCTA WOMIN LAND WORKERS IN THE GROUNDS OF BUCKINGHAM for Her Mftjegty after the PARMCRKTTE3 BEGIN THEIR TOIL ON THE Minn May Murray at work on an an Ontario THE SALE YOU HAVE BEEN WAITING FOR The Royal Store Ladies Wear The Balance of This Well Known Stock Will be Put on Sale in the Dominion Block DIRECTLY OPPOSITE THE GRAHAM GARAGE STREET S TUESDAY MAY 14th BE THERE 9 oclock ON TIME THIS STOCK HAS BEEN SOLD AT A LOW RATE ON THE DOLLAR AND THE PURCHASERS HAVE TURNED THE WHOLE CONSIGNMENT OVER TO FRANK WADDINGTON TO CONVERT INTO THE PUBLIC CAN BE ASSURED OF SECURING IMMENSE BARGAINS AS THE GOODS WILL BE MARKED AT SUCH LOW PRICES AS TO ENSURE ITS SPEEDY i Here Are a Few Items of Interest Study These Prices and be on Hand Morning AFTERNOON AND EVENING DRESSES In georgette charmuese and 1 fi 7C to D Really less than 15 SUITS Herges and Wonderful values to Choice 1 ictfv Buy one of RAINCOATS Be prepared for the Its To appreciate these you must see to HOSIERY at at S at at at Values to Stock up on 45c 65c 85c W Mens St uits Conservative Good for business and everyday All wool lining and Many shades and assorted sizes from 35 to Values and Choice Makes Auction Sale Bargains Look WHITEWEAR Middles and Each Corset Covers and extra Reads like a fairy 85c 20c EXTRA f Wash 15 Values i to Going Truth is stranger than FRENCH KID GLOVES Perrins Regular or Sale Kayser AA Kayner 9tfC These will go first SPRING COATS AND AUTO COATS Assortment Just what you The Greatest Opportunity Ever Offered to the Public TUESDAY MORNING AT 9 f I ;