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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 13, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta TIUillSnAY, iffiCRMDF.n 13. 1017 THE n.vir.Y PACK ELEVEN South Alberta Casualties With Hie French Armies In North- llaljr. lieu. (By the Assoclst- eJ Tlio French troops hero acclimated tliomselvos perfectly wid appear to be worXlrx In tlie irtmrnt harmoiiy with such of the (hit are left In their sector, notably with artillery which wider ccmmwd. Presumed to Have Died lie. George Kvaus, 1'arkland. Wounded and Missing Victor llcujamln Hawkins. Plnchcr Creek. IHe. Kenneth Ferguson Macdonatd, AlSersyde. Dangerously Wounded Pte. Howard Percy McCabe. l.eth- bridge, iieit-of-Viu, Nova Scotia. III Pte. John Stevenson, l-ethtrldgo. as u tie UriUah ariulei hare brooghl vita tUn> niotl equipment Imaginable, Includins a be- wliaerlni number o( motor trucki, to that 'their Hues may cully aad regu- larly be supplied with every neces- .Ity.: The scene Inmiedlalely the front U In vlrld contract to tte scans hehlnd any German- or Austrian front, which the correspondent rspeatedly vUlted for moro than two years, by reaKm at the superior traDsporUlloa lacJHUca oter tlie Germans, who are short of oil, 'gasoline and tires ami vrho must forward their supplies In horse drawn vehicles. The Germans, who patrol tie sector, apparenttr more venture- Eoiiie than they are along the front fn France, for hero they boldly cross Uieir lines, regardless of tho shrapnnl bombardment and invite attacte by French planes In their eagerness to spy -out batteries that constantly era bombarding German positions. during the cc'jrje of a'fpur hour walk along the French yestorrtny witnessed a series of nerlpj conflicts, and although- the Gcrcnan planes never were entirely driven olf, they obviously were so harassed by the shrapnel and machine gun fire from protecting French planes thatrthey never were able correctly to direct their own artillery fire' which tell wide of the mark. In artillery voft the French appear to be'taklni an aggressive Initiative, for their batteries and those of the I Lilians still remaining in -position along the French sector keep up a vl- clous: In an effort to reacli the .German guns in their udvantag- eous" 'positions dominating mountains. MUST STAY OUT IJaVon, Dec. 13--rThe new sovcrn ment today promulgated a decree that President Macuado aialnst whose re the recent successful revolution was directed, must reside outside of Portugal until the ciplratluii of the 1DGEICHECKSA Toronto, Dec. Soldiers' rela- tives l receive ineir cheques from -COMPLETE CONFIDENCE ULSTER UNIONISTS the government one week ahead of llio usual llmo tiiift month In order that they nuiy make their Christmas jiurcliises. Mayor Church plied lo the government to take action In this direction, tmrl In ret-iiouae he has received a telegram from J. W. I'Ublld, Grand Orautje Lodge of Ireland met Hero'today'and 1 sailed au ajl- dress to tho of Ire- land Baying it saw no reason lo Us opinion thai unionists'. were Justified In lakltit; part in Irish convention wiiich Is aJteinpUux to formulate a new plan of government, and declar- ing the complete confidence ol liift representatives of Ulster unionism lu Iho convention. SYSTEMATIZE RELIEF WORK Halifax, work of thfj var.uus uvenues of re- lief vvgrir.. ip Halifax van completed with lire, apjiointtiient of ;i iKrmuiieiu uther com- UltttuCj.. 1'yori the' executive comnittie tho JieutnuEiil' "governor of ttiii prov Ince. th the 'Hun. t ray; arid by fJro. The cn'-tiloyeei' Iji; out of .vosk until arrange iis an In? nuide for llio i of eletrtrit-oj clergy. pL-Jittijt'oui l aivt-ady I ilL damage involved in the civ I ill power i'ud I 11L 'origin nf the- fire have yet lo deter I the rremler U i Vallryfa-ld. Que. Df Tnl, iirniin IIJIIIT IH ItDfKo H, Mur- ibousp.ii'l were ibruwu out ot jUv ft I WAIul AH of HjtlHix and I merit wlion .the ppivtr houxu of J ft llLUHLU If Mil I nU. Montreal Cottons, Limited, here I1MDEN1 Dec. central ap- eaUiidge today; dlsallowea lie-ap.. peal'vof a law student. The appeal wasfbrought by the military represen. the district of Quebec agaluat tho judgment of the al- lowing exemption In. caso of a Queaeu law student, L. C. Gauthler. It wap conceded that there was no naliiinai ialerest involved In the case. The 'csemptlon' 'was rantcd solely on th'o ground 'of per- onal hardship. Gauihler had Berved for two and i onc-hal? years as a law student and. at the c-zpiration of auother six months ill the ordinary course, be catl- ctl lo to practice as notary. Tho ex- emption was 'disallowed -on' the sroundo, (1) that In existing clrcum- stances, the work of the lawyer la not, relatively speaking, of vital. Imo' nncc to Iho nation, and (2) Ihit thongli the placing of Gauthiar would necessarily involve. hardship, tho hardship was not of such a nature ns lo be considered exceptional. Gauthler'B was a teat caso upjn tho decision of which, a largo number of other cases will turn. llonlen. chief paymaster, stating luat. nrraneemcnls tncl been maJe so dial ship Northla (he clienuos would reach tho persons from Iloston, Mass., with supplies and lo whom they arc payable a week be- clothing for tho destitute here, ar- CHEERING UP TnEITt DROOPING SPIIUTS (OlECAUSEit of its kind, the Gillette Safety Razor is :tlie one sure-to-please Gift for a man1. Dec! In sare the try from Fnel Admlnls- trttor Oirtleld today toM coalr- of war serrlce committees named by rarfous tnduatrles to co-operate with' (OTernment In its purchue of war supplies. The chairmen met acre to organln Dr. Oarfleld was one o( soreral outlined industrial lems facias the nation. Madrid, DM. Alhnce- visa announced today that Spanish government, was preparing an energe- tic protest to regxrdlni! the bombardment of the Spanish steamer Clandlo by a German anbmarlne. The Spanish steamship Claddlo, tfce premier Monday, (Was at- tacked by a German submarine vnlch tired the steamer, killing eight sailors aad wountllng -othcrz. Thd 'Clnudto was able lo make port under her own steam. >FRENCH LOSSES Paris, Dec. In tho week- ending Decerabor 8, only ono F'rencti steamship o( more than wns Html! by Gnrmtn stibniirlnea. None tinder that tonnage was lost. Three Fronjsh TMaels (Hacked bnt no'iie ol'lhem WM destroyed. No ffsktag vessels irers ACT NOW, and there is time for this to be arranged See any Pathe' Agent to-da) the model that will harmonize with jour home (for there is a Pathephone to suit every that one which comes within the cost you have planned (for there is a Pnthephone to ;meet evsry he. wilt see to it .that tho instrument is delivered in time for the greatest musical festival of'the I Let AH the Family Unite in This Gift for All the Home Let cach'share in its giving as they will share in Us posses- sion what better gift could one desire lo make or to receive than ttiis--a source of joy and entertainment not only for Christmas Day, but for all the year and for TIIarty yiart to come? Needles to Change Tfio P.ilhcphane plays wilh a hl pbiislicd g-cnuina Sapphire .Ball-r instead of the old-fashioned scratching Ihal destroys .records. The Pathc' Sapphire Ball never requires changing1. It reproduce3lhe_music' m richer, more natural tones, for ft 'completely fills Lt.o jjroavcs the music from a greater surface of contact. Pathe is Universal There is a Pathcphcne lo suit home and to meet cvfiy purse. The ralticpbunc pi ays every make of disc record ;besiiltg the supreme Palhe'; Records Paihe' repertoire is the greatest' jlo.il.c latest hit." 'And arc Ag'enlS ladtmpnsttale and lo give jnfpfrriMiori Concerning twin the Palhepnone Midi The Pathephone has Advantages Possessed by No OtheirJhstrument bestdes containing all Ifae most dcstmWs features found ii other these exclusive advantages it islhe of twenty years of scientific eftort by and tbe Wst abilities. .A Pathephone on .Easy Terms Almost will glAdly plan you the easiest Way in which to place a PnUwphone in your home, ly attractive terras, should yon he will you n liberal Allowance on an old machine of other make. Note once more advantages of the Paihephorre, and ilicido NoW( lhat will hare (h i ipreme tn mu ical rvmenU deliTertd lo your home for ETC Eiclmiv e Cabin et Designs Pathd' Cablncls are dtsigned ty rfxn with tifc-tong1 experience in producrns In llie new "Period" Designs exquisitr examples of firrmturc famous in lustcry have as, models., You will sttrcly ap- preciate the beauteous appearance pf Iho Pathephone. Supreme Pathe _ __ ._ _ Pathe' Records sUc tlic world's beat tlie 'wonderful quality of the :nu.sic ia their extent of repertoire. Tlie preal singcrsand musical arl'iFta famous in fcll lards tsoiost eklcnstve ftriirt cpmpTeie, Theta Is actual midiblc pr'oof of Ihe state- THE' FXERES paoRoauni COMTAXT OF Dlstrlbvtbrs: R: i A Co., Ltd., v AGENTS FOR LETHBRIDGE AW) DISTRICT BAWbEN BROS. COMPLETE HOME FUlWBrifcRSJ HUH BLOCK ;