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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 15, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta NUMBER 285 VOLUMK X. UTIlHHUKil'.. ;___' _ CAMPAIGNISAIAILimE _._____________-- _ _ ___ _ Fer Patriotic have Ihe your country wants to r This Is Mosrlmportant of War, Overshadows Other News. U. S. WILL BE ABLE TO" GIVE FULL lYS RtAbUN FUR jionary force MUCH OPTIMISM of recruit, enlisted November .Vtjr. "The present B. C, Nov.. 15.-Dr. D- S. Bonnell of. Ferule night-nominated un'onlst East Kootenayak a union iit'convcntion at Cranbrook. n dlullon. are th.1 '-th., Laurie Llberali will run Cletnenceau TobePretnie Teuton Successes. Wastage, Exceeds Number Reauits J i GENEROUS OFFER OF U, S. ed for overseas vital ortance to ea tor overseas dlan Infantry durlufi. October was ISO. Ot tlicsu men wire recrull- ed In the United States, in Canada. one paint, as he sal rce lia'l crossed and 1 :en tble lo dealjirltn ly. Italian's Une on. the -MS. according to llgure, give., out of men deterged In Can- Washloglon, Nov. an act ot comity between tho un- ited Slates and Canadl. the I A fisheries bureau today an- lo Canada from nounccd It Is arranging to snip it and 1 065 cas- ten million sockeyo 'ealmou from Its AfoEuak, Alaska, hatchery to hatcheries on the Fraser river iu D. C. In order to build up Ihe run in that scenic waterway and In Puget Sound. Giving in Alberta at to Pay People's Share German report of an' engage end fired a lawjo -cssels. none of w J for Tiding over. noting .hlAsellJo the abandonment .ImM because of Important criticism'' ol government this afternoon voted to Attempt lo Engage Patrols off Flanders But Without Success. i torpedo im under .Vmlro at our palro was hit, ,TM Seize Railway Junction, Make' Gaini Also on Mesopo- tamia Frontier. OME ACTIVITY ON THE OTHER FRONTS London, Nov. official state- ment on the operations In. Palestine "General Allenhy reporli at 11 p.m. Tuesday that after stiff fighting ho 12th with Turkish forces which lad attempted to lako new positions, on the WaVsukrler. 12 miles north of Ascaion, the enemy woro driven on Ihe 131h by a comilncd attack ot our mounted troops and Infantry position and forced to retire a distance of fire miles; to Wadl Surar. eight miles noulh of Jaffa. Our troops cap- tured Iho enemy's strongly entrenched post, at Mesmclyeh. Kalrlah and Mushar with magnificent dash, and now hold Ihe line from Eltlnet on tho east throueh Katrah and Yebnlh to lie sea. Full details of the capture. are_not yet available, but'one mounted d vi- sion alone report! having taken 1.100. jrlsonerB, U machine guns tnd two _ ;uns." London, Nov.' the operations in Mesopotamia, Gen-, eral Maurice sold: "The keynote o[ our operations in Ihe'eastern lliealre'is 'the Iho first lime France and and America will be to at Austria as well at Qcr iriiny will not ultimately lo the oneuly. revindication of-sea power, the war achievement of the i...... iuro Hat there will he a rcacllon o opUmlsm. Ear Oerininy'a. defeat at fs Unal, unkeifsal.arnl .porroansnl, wKireai Ocrniany's successes on land Brt 'local, purtjil tnd temporary. lormni Under Own Comnnnderl London, NOT. war .office >'6tliwa, Nov. 15.-Returns. received ODCe Between Foreign Secretary bv Ihe military service council inn-; -nd wmM at Govemmcn caleh'oweieinption tribunals are AlaT Of this yei IL i IT in various narts-of the House, uitawu, m ui _ llng-lhelr work In upon Mr. I nms.Ppre haye risen with reeard to, the .la ment which recently Ihaf Franco-Unllsn lor and.lwo >vJr the period up to and Important Ry. Junction London, Nov. 16-The ol the Beershelii-paoiaic" Rtllway.wlth tie line to Jerusalem now nossesslon of the Brillin army- 'eallrie 'it was'orflcUHy to- The railway line to Ihe rldnlly. of Na'Aneh SUnsurali came Into BritUb. a: [snlt ol Ihe continued adviiicM lost 1.6W i ani'-tltejr.'co1.- incliiding .Tuesday. The returns received are: Llsh fordea- oVn comma iiil.erB.'f With 89 Ihe '.meekint Incorrvtnll thin aflernoon. 'chiefly from Cird and Son i as p'rtiident. The of MAHARG'NOMINATBD AS AN INDEPENDENT Moose Sask., Nov. The returns recenou refused !67, or 65.85'per cent, Apphcal.ons i-d 211. or 41.15 per cent. Casei 69, or Jl 40 per cent. Applications allowed li4.orX6i.CO per disposed refused' 187', d35'ier cent. Appiicaijoiis allow- US6, or S5.65 per cent. Cases dlB- c'enU Applications al- lowed '81, nr 95.30 per cent- Cases dl.- posed of 85. -jses. the Btrlctest snenco until the. former, had had an oppor- Sfilly'of laying the details ol. the pro- posals bef6ro which he has done. i's; PosiUpn; th. on n-.Trt. Her OL uraied'hi." tour riBrjllnjejpro- vlnces at a great meeting Hall this evening.' Sir noberC announced tncred Ihe B0 losies intllcted on on Tuesday were hwvy, In burled it Katrah alone. on Tuesday amounted- to more _, ?500 prisoners, 20 fourguns." London, lollo'.rlng.or. flcial statement on .avaliovactlTlllel was war ,oHlc. .lul night: T. ...or.lhTrom I out, would the price ,Ke high d ml.t "A poun obwihraUon rorn ?hV -dlfilcult.'pnr-arffl.; lery carHed oil .Myw; succCT.fal bardmontsi jnd- I Judge Charged "of Days of I'ravlously acknowledged irw.ou S. Asseltlrie, qultfed of tho rf mins aughter L In connection of or. be Ifacrobbte, who wili.fonntl dead .In the m the. Taber, Car: Foremoal .tab; .'nV this taalo oith-day the Hera d nWo to showlhe response lo ivass which la being carried on ID'.more- than 200 tlirougH: also received districts which to maintain the the war, he had cablutt po- rench Ctna- slllon to (hreo i.iberal had iomV bombs; .tiehind' our !he. evenlDg {ind >t night. -via trie'cpnrse ot Ihe day we bronrtl- dowfi' two hostile, airplanes. In fighting and .ar.oroi.down ont.-of.cpnlrol. Another hlne'-was ihot down In- our llnH n Belgian Statement rls, N'O' o tf v v V, V T V -BANK CUEAR1N08 -I ieralty of Aiyer a, tnmomu day afternoon, Note.nbor 16111, atJ.30 day atlernooiv Cor th.e; purpose nilRTin Jv .jjuiiu.o li.'-i ihil nertrtlttlon'B: arc; n ilia! mmi vr.rilf. f IM'Jnd jloi, lolal mln VT, ii-- Thnrn Bi-fi 5llll tCf lire cae. o ag. The'-L'ethbrldge district total will The-Letrge s he feporfed. Southern Alberta wholo crs ttfe 1 In dillr (ottKfor.Canada be known, at Otiawi" "J 'V Work Harons flU- (mi'.-yai .sank. >f. ptf.Btiijl trford In g' In i. rariB, terlnf .parlies IW a total ot me uOJ.-..-... ;