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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - August 31, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta FRIDAY, AUGUST 31, 1917 THE LETHnniDC.E DAILY HERALD PAGE FIVE LETIf BRIDGE TRADES AND LABOR COUNCIL LABOR DAY EXCURSION TG Return Fare Adults BUY YOUR TICKETS NOW ONLY A LIMITED NUMBER WILL BE ISSUED : Children - $2.00 Sc War Tax Added Tickets may be obtained from H. Morris, Pastlrre Pool Room, Frank Hodley Drug Co., Fred 8mead and C. Peacock, North Lethbrldge, or at the Laoor Hall on 8aturday night from 7 to 10 p.m.; alao at Railway Station on Monday morrti ng before train leave* at 5 a.m. "Send Us Men," Says Currie Ottawa, Aug. 21.-When the houte met thla afternoon Sir Edward Kemp read a reply he had received from 8ir Arthur Currie to a congratulatory measage sent by the minister of militia In August: "Your message of congratulation is sincerely appreciated by all ranks of the Canadian corps. Tell our comrades in the Canadian militia that In addition to winning and consolidating ground of great tactical value, we have Inflicted casualties on the foe at least treble our own. In WILL BE VIRTUAL repeated arid determined counterattack* the flower of the German army was thrown against us, but our line remained unshaken a* our own Rockies. Will not the prlds which you say Canada has in her sons Inspire her to send us men to take the places of those so nobly fallen?" After  brief preliminary discussion, the military voters bill 1017, was given a third reading. The house then resumed consideration In committee of the amendment to the insurance act. M B8? 767?0112 ;