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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 13, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta FRIDAY, DF.CEMHKn 13, 1918 THE LETIHIWIKiK DAILY. HKIUU) PAGE THIRTEEN How Whote Turkish Army Was Corralled by British (Tc'roiilo .Telegram) NoiS" Uial" war oporailima have ac- taiilly ceased lu Euroiw and Asia, It may bo tippcdcd lint moro complsla 'conio' from atiil Inlore.sllnf "facts limo a llltlc leisure lo wllh tholr eorrc-s- Tutu Is shown by an In- teresting letter lust received '.ram ij.leut, Harry Anger, who was (or- tunale enough lo Us wllh General AL- Jonhy when tho IJrillah. tioopa in mado Ihotr nhcnonicnol it- cord ol corralling some 'ninety uer cent, ol Ilia' Turkish.' army In that district almost without a casualty. Lieut. 'Anger la u EOII of Mr. W. H. Anger. 97 'Brunswick Ave., Toronto, and will bo romouiliercil by hie mates aa a graduate, of tlio .Univer- sity ot Toronto In 1906. who'o ho had proceeded Ii'om HarborJ Colleglale. specialty' at tho IlnSvonlty woe EliBlleh history and moderns, In M-hlcli lio received honor standing. Later lie entered OsgooJo Jlall In them CD that no potslblo vhat lo expect, and. hatf r Mtered Ihosa battcrloe during Ilio 'lay tbe plaintiffs chattels, "flint personal jjrbperly of" (he' plaintiff "thc'defend- convert them lo his own uso. Tile apple trees and Ibo apples on them wero the plaintiff's real property. Wlieu the defendant picked Ibo -ap- ples be' an act of trespass aiid'the severance altered- Ihe -legal oi llic aiMilcs oud (hey bccima inaclilnc-i flew lowovcr H and jj.-ovcntcd any rising or nhyono IcnVlnff till our cav Surrender Without Shot "Well, tblnss nrfi over. lt; done [ti tu-o nntl afler tvwas at all and-had found u nlognlncent O.I', not that happened was tbe mere ivurk of! 300 yards away, to walch tin ot- tnck and direct artillery llro from my O.P. So I dlil so, and corrected tlio flro'llll It was In the ciact pheo, and bla-fted 'Johnny's' work off tlie hill, nnd It was taken without onji> slllon. That Is what could have hap- pened the llrst nlgbl If 1 hail ha-1 conimunlcatfon. so you cull eeo wliy I was BO mad, hccauso II was not i minding up tlin prisoners. Wo laugh- _ oil helplessly at the thought of the' Turks on tbe strong lillla we had eo ivag the bar In my fault, nnd could have bctn pro- ..sequchlly tnlorlhg'tlio part-'venlcd. llowera-, I can't EL-CUSP, aa noi-Bhlp or H olher K.O.O.'s on hills Toronto. Jjleut. Angor. fiillpled 'Inlsltles of mo hail overlooked forc'id to turrclidcr v-'lthouL :L allot.' Tlicy had to walk Into Sun Allitb and to the A.rmj- Hervlce Corps and'water supply ofHccr. H la simply, priceless, and every limo rt'e thought i ol It' wo laughed Ull It hurt. "We1 are bark restlne 'ry'lthln of JevusalEin, about two hours' rldo' 1311 and sllbsequ....., on liolli Choir rt'lrcE cut for In Land of Manascet '''April, rei-plvIntf'a'VumQilJ-'hours too. "You may ho wondering where ''-Blori'fii Iho'lhipcrlif'sorvrco'iiiul be- "Well, at dawn ot tbo 20lh nil the I am now, flnd as I have carefully ijrjjj dratted ground I could bee. In I avoided mentioning events, I can iiltuclied lo liib 5'Jr.l Division "A" tho infinlry were Btlll say without Iho ccntor'a renioiicl] It will ho remeraupl'cd that going. I Daring Stroke I.. --plain, called me up, told ish on with a' heliograph tack Into ..__ :i certain battalion froni when vlous lo-iils Bajlfeg. [for Ksypl In we wcvo to support, and (laih llie plenty ot water Illerc, Lieut.: Aazcr's Idler Is daled nows hack lo him al a certain point scarce Here. I shall hoi Will the Christmas Gift Please as Mucfy as You Hope? It you allow :us to supply itr For we know so well what is liked best and our entke stock is made up of gifts of lliat sure (6 choose the right one if you Jiere. JEWELRY is dignified level. You can rest assuret l.l.l JJC1C. p'rit'es h'ave been kept d6wn to a low. ed ihat ;sept fryri) this store willreceive a hearty eri i C JaiiBKter of 'Tho cant; .Win. n.- Ilojd, [Str'atbeafii to crjst Toronto, was 'aniKmircod just pro-1 and vlous to: ills Bailfeg. for Kgypt I JOia. Lieut.: Anger's leiter Is dale Sept. 24, from historic Canaan, ai) "fcada as'fpl'cuvs; Grand British Victory am at last able to-, write you that I arn in Canaan, In tho land of{ Mar.nflBet, our tctmelii water all Jacob's" llill. Tomorrow we: move, Into the land of Kphralm, 'we started, is there. Is and it Is see N'ablus hill several miles' ahead, fin- ally got Iho battery (o heliograph. letter.- My last to yon was j nice 'Interesting but on September ictb. My. what has days v.'ithout food had made not happened slricc then! T am uie prelty exhausted, and my teet miles bcjiiiid 'tlio .'whcrj" I wrote' bruised-, by .climblne hllli that lasi.jElleiy'.Hitll ihe vista nt, We got which he would move llie bal-lyet awlille, but hope- to In Ihe I found tlio battalion on 11 future, also the of Clalllcn (i fast- present .of no 'furlhef, fighting lie- lion and ihelled .'Jplinny' during causo-ttiere .la. no-enemy- lo iue nay, -and -found 'him concentrat- Tou, ol'course, know''-, .the reason ing lu certain points' he evidently why. for though our llllle war littemjcd to herd. Then '.our flops riot loom very largo compared i-divlslonal staff decided .on .a sran-i lo' that In Europe, still H is in Im-glaring'and successful- slrok'e, and I .porlant war out here, far-reaching In nm reaveallns no military secret Its present :md future elfect. There I.say they decided to crash has ueen one of the grandest British through on mn extremely victories in Iho history of warfare, iront. al a weak point, take BO the papers must have hcen julnlant t artillei'y of the division with at tho great nows. and Ignore 'Johnny's' forces In maglc namo for and' oven that our 'Allenby will in good tlma-show us the sights ot Constantinople. A NEIGHBOR'S APPLES "As you feracmher In my leller oUstiing points, forcing them to 'sur- tho 10th I Was biiratlng to launch a i-enrter when passed. great Eliildcn offensivo from the sea "We nioved that 'night at 1 a.m., and thal_l had been aiid hud crossed I lie skyline (if a for weeks dolaileu to an P.O.O., husc' hill .anfl plaleau all on at the starl.or it. buUl dared not by dawn, a'ud-had gone miles .._. .neivs c'anii at our troopa English Court Decides as to Right to Ovarhanglng FrulE....... (Txintlon Judge Parry, slUtng Mauhloun yesleruay, delivered a conElderert judg- ment on a question of interest lo fruit growers. The plaintiff. Sir, F. Mills, had 10 npplo trees on his owu land 8ft. from the boundary. Pjranchos 1 of these trees overhurts the lan.d oj defondant. Mr. Booker. The ile- picked .apples, alt. Ihp esj, and Ihe plaintiff hns heen awarded damages tor conversion. .The de- fendant based hh right to pick the ap- ples on his right to lop the overhang- Ing .-hrancheB ou which Bracelets Wrist Watches Bureau Sels .Vanity Gates' Diamond Rings Bar Pins Necklaces Lavallieres to -r tflTjizs.ftip to 585.0.0 to We received today a special of Choice Creamery ;Butter bicli wiD pot on aale teimonw Thii it tbe bert butter the city. you tho (tae.j.'as miles. Tberi '.Ihe -news catnc righl ,0' ]op nol. be a secret" arid' (he of. FdaVif-, illie that our troopi It 'was' rtone In a reasou- feuslvc was dependent had 'crashed forwarl wllh'the cus- Septenrlber.-iath on "'to tho of. Esdraelon and lom a "I had lold that I had been Ureie culling off the" army oppoahii; 50n ucneceasnry _ _t ._ 't 1 for ,1 .'at inft- quarters, with seven o'lbers. ib 1 be inslruc'tVd In some new to he adoplod. "Zero1.1 night was the dandle back, 3iKhl ol Ihe IStb. Up Mills, Valleys al Bnce began to to were give the :'ni or In branch- _ t plains, and flnally drew up in _ he- flre oh. the hiHa tbis I: posllfon.-'siluated in a fig.grove, with trees lailen ripe and luscious.figs, and the ground cover- j Of. Naiifus. "'ITiefo cil Vi-jlji grapes, he- thing ond', descrliltiph! Ion on our left wero caplurlng '.junndj' Was running lo- of walkcd -several v miles to Q! nrid sent ma a 'message lo' the. colonel ot Iho infantry ballcJlAn hring, hi four.guns as loon as.pos-' Kith whom 1 was to advance tliat 'into tbo' plalii below us. 1 night. I had.lunch Tflth. him, and Qercd' all guns to como io Ihe nj'adc 'to-, mecl front.''and Ihe Vhole kahoodle mov- him. at S p.m. ac the Jumping-ort place. I'lald telephone wire to thai point at sundown, and was promptly dlrl not etl away. "When'we sol1 arounfl hill started down a steep Toagh Hic wo snw another battery on limo at S p.m. "Zero" .'ari'ive till Rtoul 10 at oncp JVlijcli h'a'd Vcschctl the level, wa the guns began to thuniler, ami the thought Ihey must see good larEets. intantry to go forward all along the ,vero haslenlnE lo gel at them. liiie. Our Laltalion WAS .to tak'e v.'licn ivo reached the level' (heir first hill without .irllllery slip-] trolled, Loo, and. BeveriilEc galloned pgrt and llicn press on ovor another ahead clearing llie roatl o[ Infantry vallcy nrlo; take two other Mils, ou were advancing. We trolled which o'lir guns were to play. swlflly, tlie Infantry cheered s maaiy as wo went, shoutnig. 'Thai's "We creased our. first'yallej; and tbe stuff lo Wo finaUy look 'ovte first hill, and !l was mighty cantered into a prac.Ucoliy open posl- c-scltlnK for me. Then came the bit- and swung Into" line with terest hours of my life. I had mado i Just llkq on the ralraordlnarj- cltorls' lo prcvonl a Lord's parajp'Vroilno' Ih'c'adit days, lircak.'oe cbmmunkallona with, 'nnrt' wcre at once at 'Johnny1 -'nil con' i Iryint' lo" feireal 'oh' hla 'only lingcncles and prtparcd tor them he-j roaj Ot rolrcat down Into the'JoV- lorchand. You can therefore Imas'.no j jaT1 plain, Vhlch'we oyerlooked..-! We how furious 1 :waa, becaujo, in Isplte of niv" .cfrbrlg, w_lre coiririlvinica- tfoiis'Vrero hrokeu and remained so 111) dawn, As I we took our lirat objective bjtt ouV..second one was the acenc'.'rif and though Ihq tnfnfilry, blocked that roijd'Ior.hlDi..' Oar i t'n-rsoqh reach'ei! the ihof.. wo Vere firing nt. till 'not betofo we and 'A' nailery (the liallery we hod flrsl seen Ifpltlng) .had '.teen, shclVdjhy two of Tjjt lallerVnad seen us bcth gaUop Inlo acllon 'and could nol tnko-lba hill. It l.hail conimnntcallon f could have had dono Imlla, fought gallantly llll dawn, Ihoy I fired al iis, but had lo run and jeayo Ills guns. .11 wns lilting enn frjr- lie' two days' war, and tvo and 'A' Battery wojp Iho. lo advance 'quick enough do Iho Enemy .Surrounded. J "Worn came laic la Ihe afternoon lhal was surrounded ftll cerlain olyr .DOmbarrl- nc'nt lhai'wonhl have rriade Iho ca'p- tnre ot the hill easy, hul though ..I ads every effort through Iho1 night, anrl was' 'all'over the my romtounlca'llons fcrriaineJ broken till and.- we lust lay doivn under ilntvn, when Ihe Intanlry .retired lo vjlilclea In our clothes to sleep our nrsl captured hill. tnc 0[ the Just, lor Khad v.lohnny placed an inlonan barrage.. scarcely any 'tor lliree days. of Iiigli cxnloalrc Ehclla in our first, next day, Hip 22nd. wo sent ilhc valley and rut my wire Ion, limes, horses miles hack" to camp. wher. 1 recommended one of my signallers! ihero WBS water, -for where YTO were for a ilccoralion for rocndinr; cnch i thorp was none. We jast loafed break, ,in Uio vcry-mldsl of'lhn. for two diya, resllnB' and look- gladly awarded and ap'prnveo' nSy repoit on his (J'al- lant conduct, nnd 1 Ihink he get his medal. .The-halUlioa l.was. Ing for nowG. "li r-JSie fast ehoiigli, and we IcXrnctl that il WAS true lhal the wholi) Turkish army between the Jor- lost nearly, nil Heir Indian qlTlccra Idan.und Ihe. sea -was cnt off, and lip and, a. rouplo. of British to now BO.COO prisoners offlcerJ, and lhal waa.-Uie ncenfi Jurt- ,Wl> guns, ami It was all doift in cl Dlllcrosl ffghllnK ialouK., our! two' days. had Kme 12 Aujj front. .The Slkha in. a man-jthronBli tho heart' ot. Ihe highest nor gallant, beyond ncsqrlptlon. nnd IjrnounUins and on the coasl-thc "cav sneer bei.ilrynart gone bclween 30 arid miles raised -at Indian. for, a.i you -I.'alfa; from which a railroad know, oiir army Is rnarle lip o[ them, leads lo namaSYrjS, eaplurcfl Nazareth. Know What to Expict -ianrl'on Iho Jordan plain the AnLiSs "The ncil day., the- ISih. 1 volun- and Desert Corps look Bcisau. teerert to'act again in the sccon-1 practically so 'Johnny' attack thai was (o be made Ihatjhad nowhere (o go. niRhl. and was detailed accordingly. 1 Described by Turk 1 and my slgriallers worked all "Out Turkish prisoner df-srriboiUhr day al an-l mTiii1; eCTair lo us M follows: He a Reduction on THE CITY'S LEADING JEWELER Ertahllihcd 1698 realty; uvlh'rty-are_. 22cpcrlb. VERYFIHE Home Cured at qiecial prices Bi Assortment Wagons, Toys, :_'.'- Rjctijrfe Books in endless..1 x Colurn-; bia Perfumes, Mapicure Sets, ;Watermari's Fount- ain l-'s Horkidipf Chocolates At Standard Prices Popular Reprints at 85c Our bookshelves are well slocked with books, for every popular demand. LARGE SELECTION OF ALLIN CO., LTD. STORE Tomorrow iOnly RfRKEYS, GELSE, DUdS, CHICKENS AND FOWL P. BURNS PHONE 1447 PALACE MARKET THIRTEENTH N.'. PHONE MI Fiiwi Lictlm i MAIN MARKBT b THlF5IS'AVeHUe MUTH 412 AND Ctnrta DOMINION MARKET. COR. 4TH AVE. AHD tTH tT. 1 PHOM