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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 12, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta MONDAY, NOVEMBER 12, 1917 THF. UKTHBRmr.R DMM PAGE NIN8 London, KOT. troop's which hav8 own retrealliur, before the UrillEh advauca In BoultKurn. Palestine are lor defence la the vie- inlly of Hebron, about (wenly miles southwest of Jerusalem, it'yi statement today, British mount- ed troops are continuing to push for- ward In some sectors. The teit 01 the I statement Bays: 1 "General'Allenby reports (bat the Turks are organizing a position behind the uorlhera branch the Wadl-Suk- crelr, stretchjne southeast cover- ing Delt Jubrla and Hebron. I "Our mounted troops have, hon-eyer, ;maile some progt'esi toward El Tine, wnllsl a night allsck 'by .'Scottish troops against tbe'.enemy's [lank resulted ID the capture, of machine BUMS. Wo continue to find kinds of war material abandoned by the Turks, among them seventy., limbers aud 'wagons lu good M1LAD1 FHONC 12M KWM A final and sweeping clear- ance IriciuillriE eult In this stock, Incliullng pure "wool. .kergeE, cheviots poplins, etc.. In colors, navy.i brown, green, grey, burgundy "and blacfc., 'Sizes for. small, medium and from .16 to 46. Help_ Avoid. Hard Victory Bonds. Wo' Canadians and Americans are all co IrnniorseJ'ln the war and HB be- ing successfully carried ion, that we seldom slop to enquire what the neu- Tho Ilebekahs will meet at the Red Cross rooms tor tomorrow night. V Mr. and Mrj. E. f. Sauntfers of Plncuer Creeii, formerly of Lethbrldge are spending the winter In CalUorDli. tin. Nicholson "and little daughter of Macleod spent the week-end vrllh Mia. J. D. McLeod. .1 V St. Mary's parochial association liold a social evening ou Wedncs- day, November 14th. The Wejlej- Protheon Class 'Bill meet with Miss Hecdrlo, US Sherlock Block, tomorrow evening. Mr. aud Mra. M. P. Johnston have returned to the city. Mra. Johnston has been at the coast for tome time. Mr. and G. C. of New Dayton, have returned from short visit to Calgary. Tho arts department of Ihe Math esls Club meet at the home- 'of Mrs. 11. E. 612 I2th St. S. to- morrow at 3 p.m. Mrs. Swarfs section of the Uebek' Iral thinks" about it. We! can lalk nbout tho Canadians and the Ameri- cans being on one_ Blde'.and Ihe Ger- mans on flic but'.we seldom (rouble to the; neutral.' A little Instance which lends to show where Ilia neutral's stand cam a to HeM last week when a man wtip Is by birth a. Swede, walked newspaper 6.15. office at Vulcan.and began enquiring about tho now loan, as be Wanted to buy for himself and for.hh 'wife..-He was going to make her of aba will meet at her homo, ,7th Are. S, pn.Wednesday evening al 7.30. A1V members are requested to be present to finish off and price Ihe goods for the bazaar on Saturday, St Cyprian's church will be having their regular monthly "at. home'' In Harpers Hall'tomorrow evening a AH lulereatcd lu Ihe work of St. Cyprian's are most cordially Jnvlt ed to attend. Lively Furs Coats. mutes, scarts and beau- tiful matched sets shown In Eplehdld variety. HUDSON SEAL 'COATS. In. long. SO Inch sweep. frOAA :At CANADIAN BEAVER. COATS. 45 Inches long, 60 Inch I sweep Beauties al FINEST EBMINE'T.SETS.. stole with 'FINEST. BEAVER JSET. stole-. with .round mutt. NATU RAL WOLF 'SETS.' Var- ious styles' In' stole and muffs "at, per': Bel J BLACK' .FOX SETS'" Various' scarfs 'and 'marts fjf .to' CHILDREN'S MATCHED SETS. Hie bonds when- Chrhtoias came around.- Having obtained, the Infor- mation he went to the'local secre- tary of the loan'campaign'and paid his money, with', the' that his name should head tbe-lpcal-Hal. "You he am too old 16-flght hut 1 want to sbow the people .that If I can't fight can 'do backing the country..With1 my rnoney." I Here Is o grand of a ma'ti'who has some Idea of what he owes to the couhlrywhlch has furn- ished him with a home'and a'good living. People will know Just vi-here KG stands; will you let them know, where you stand by a Ejmllar. action? .Cape1 THE LAIMES' STORE 3rd Are. S. 1 '-NARROW' iStoui S.Dv Nov. II- HooJs Central -Bridge, two west of SLccn, was discovered destroyed by ftre Itie enifinc crew. of trali No. lor train.; '-stopped within fifly feet-of; the A very pleasant time was spent, on Thursday evening when the members of St. Mary's choir paid a surprise visit to the borne of Mrs. Roasfter 20th St. N. DurJnr Ihe evening Mrs SwJngler In few well cnoeen re- marks presented Mrs. Rosa Her with silver lea. pot suitably engrave! The evening -was spent la games, al ter which relreshcuenls were Eerred. ;r The winner ol the cushion rafflei al the G. I. A. bazaar Saturday. after noon Mrs. Harry Lfscotnb, 121 Third Ave." S. The lucky numbe drawn being No. 80. The hu'mbe for the Bhawl and the] holder of thlj ticket la asked tp phono the secretary. Mrs. McLeod, '10B6 call at 1210 Third Aye. S.: and claim Ike shawl. I The ba'iaar'was -well attended and G. 1. A. wish Jo, thank IfcUh for the' use of his store, lady 'clerks Jor their assistance. f In many Buy a ICTORY ANOUISH 1916 NCWOTO 12 Bond ty.following tlie Gillette BankinO System U luie, 'Railroad} wis- of Incendiary origin- declirei the- tire Itf any way bazaar such a TRIAL DEFERRED Trial. the ncwaiirlnt' mannfittu'r'erR Asuoclallon and Fa for alleged YiolattonLof -'the, Sherman anti-trust lav .was here today in'the federal conrt'. are TeinlndM ot Ite nJMline InVtit 1.: 0. al lonlgWS full TROUBLEilN Oll> FIELDS'] TKe flrat trouble eil "fieWi work- era vtrike waa acven atrike-btvakcra' 'in -tXa Goosefleld riavlni! attacked and beaten. In Ihe field have aiked thit martial law be declared. f. A THREE SOLDIERS KILLED Nov. sol- diers were killed and 16 Injured today In a wreck of a troop traln'near Colo- to a mejuge' 'received and Hto Grande nllroad Dfllcea here. The troops were trareltlng eaal from Utah. V. t ON Paris, NOT. 'the front' -the usual artillery .Church of North Lethbridje. Christian endeayor Tucsdayr'erenlaf, ins Mission Circle. Tueijiyjerenlng, 8.00, a meeting ot the stewards of.the church. day crenlng, prayer serrlce. Friday aflerrfph'U'rid a mlscellAn. ecus '.ahoTirer'-'ln aid of the baxaar'at the parsonage, Friday, S.OO, til Willard ;W. C. T. TJ. sodal Washbrook's, 4lh North. Baptist mission, band 'X.15. Wednesday, praycr.'meetlng, "Study of Thursday afternoon, 3.00 p.m., ladles aid rieeta at the home of Blue, )205-'6thvArB. soulb. choir '-practice. Friday Ren at the Red Cross rooms from 2 fo 6. Friday night, children's In the church. Wesley al 7.30, the iveekly meeting of .toe boys or- also the campflrc girls In the ladjes parlor. Toesday, 8 p.m., the monthly meeting of the official board. -Wednesday at t p.m., the.gta- erftl prayer- meeting. the woman's '.missionary contention 'will hold ttro leiilons, it 2.30 Y both will be opep to'the llc. Thursday, S p.m., St (Wary'a rn., a.TMtrr meeting. Tuesday, E. T. .boys- a'. t 8.30. J.'iWi 'A; at association atUd. Intercession service it B cbolr pricllce at 8.30. The aanual! sale of .work will be held on day, NorihnbOT 21st, at 7.IE, the 'teen boys meet In the school roora.-'Tiesdsy al I o'clock, the mon- thly meeting of Ihe boys maruurtn In the vestry; Tuesday" woman's missionary society At 7.30 the executive missionary'will meet erenlng at I o'clock, a all the Sunday .school teachers. officers In the church. choir practice. :'-ii Latter'.Day soddty frill Ihe church ItrnooB .work and hnt i ChrrttTsm enlng it 8 o'clock, regular Chrtttlan tag ooafermee :'Of the the churco, iUJ enlng, a sfrxlfof Ou Jnd chapter'of Acti. Friday imlug, Udha-pf-lie chwch irill ssWt al tM CroMrtMii for