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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 17, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta TWELVE inr. I ftljtjillKiK ''JVAII.T i SATIWDAY. NOVEMBER IV, 1917 never have coffee at house, because I can't make good Have you ever smarted right Chase Sanborn's BRAND" COFFEE la Jf, 1 and 2 pound tint. WhoU jHilveriied fine ground for Percolators. Never sold in bulL. CHASE SANBORN. MONTREAL. also at SIAFF !0 HELP BID SHIPS Washington. Nov. Ford has agreed lo give Ills aid lo Ihe ROV- ernment's merchant shipbuilding pro- gramme by becoming au assistant to Ihe jce'ieral manager.' of the Emer- gency 'r'.eel Corporation. Mr. Ford will deal especially with standardisa- tion and spcadlup up prudncllou of Ihe merchant tleet aiid alrejdy is building In bis Delroit moior. factory i small ship p.irts. He nlll give Ihe I government most of bis Hue anil v it olilv manly and .to and tbat they did not want 'any mau otcr to the fecflltles of years old. -Therefore bis plant al Delroll for Ihe manu- could not find anything to do 1 thoueai I [acture o[ war materials. His factory Is now making airplane cylin- ders, Is turning out a Jarge number of parts for Liberty motor trucks aud soon will be put to making cqulpiueui for v.' r... WANT PEACE Count Korolyl, Hunt arlau opposl- leader. Is quoted by the Central Neva correspondent at Zurich as saying ta a. speech at ''Despite. xb> recent events, we will only support tfie gov- ernuient fu a peace understand- Ho asked Count Czcru'in, tbe Auslro-llungnrlaa lorclgn mln- 131 cr, to slate whether Ms for- mer peace attitude as expressed la his speech, still held good. 1IANS1E Usitlln, AuslnXSerinVn fttrees the uorth'eru provinces .of .Italy yesterday stormed Monte Prawqaai, between ino ''flr'enU and eeys Ilio of- v flfjal statement laiitifl" loilay. by the uvmon general Elihtthuudrcd were Kuns Driven Back. more restricted, "Ou Ihn loiver rcsjlies of the Piare, Ito Hoyal Navy with aircralt floating and ground batteries and light to.-ces, Is Home. Nov. Itie northern Trout and along the lower reiuru 10 Canada. Moilreal. Nov. 17-Kon. C. C. Hal-1 fiulyne, minister of msrlao and (isu-. e'rles and of naval sen-ice, ni ;i attended of v.-omcn la j the fills farllon Hoiel last Dlf.t. ro-1 plied to the taunt oj Hon. Ro-iolphe; Lcmleiix Ihzt be a -safely first cotonei." Mr. IJaUanlvr.e siiieil tliat reason why he h-.-J not reTortnl lo: 1V 'lie ranli of IteuWnaai Ottawa, N'ov. 1 ..-Aulhonty In r., land and gone lo Enrico was tala the services ol all members o. Ihe he WES too olil "I would havo rcvLrt-'Royal Naval Canadian Re- j ed in tbe nvitiklfte of an eye." .id'de-: fert-e. until six months after the ler- clared, "anil ?o v.oulil Major Bynd, but we 10 revert lo rank of lieulenznl Iliey proiicrly askeil us hoiv old wo were. 1 had to admit iliat filly years hail sore over ray head, and (hey said: 'That settles H for you.'" Hoii. Air. Uallaatyne said be left no minallon of (he wsr slven by which appear.' in Ihs CEt Issue. o[ ths Canada Gazette. 4 4 Plave river, acrots the plain. Ihe Ger- maus and AusVrlaiis yesterday contln- with their cltorts to treak (lie llallau lines. They effected crossings ot Iho Plmve at two more- points, but wero driven back by Iho Italians wltli large losses, lucludlue nearly cicn who uero uiado pris- oner, lu the luountalns Ihe Italians defended lliclr positions efhcttvely. The following account ot the operat- ions was s'ven here today: "From. Aslago plateau lo Ihe sea Hie enemy renewed his attacks on our i mouulaiu positions and 1ms attempted on the plain to forco IheT line ot the Our troops with gfeal bornness offered'an effective defense opposing au enemy numerically slron- ________ ger and couhter-allacktne hint with (admirable elan. PeVin, Nor. eallre cabinet I "Yesterday fighting occurred, from resigned Srlthi Premier TUM Chi Juau Monte Pier to Monte Caslcrgemboro lhat President Feng Kwo Chang will accept the reBlguations. JIsu Shllv; Monte (Jornelle-Piave valley. Cbaiig. former'prime minister. Is' ci-1 "On Hie plain between Saloltuel and pected to be named lo form coalition cabinet, giving Soulh anil Celestial Republic lo Have u Coalition Govrrnntent Like .AllThe Rest 1 'PACIFIST RIOT ;N'iiv.' 17. The police were obliged Ihclr sabres, lolireaV up a ruantfeslatlun here last evening. Several, persons wero woun- ded. numerous arrests were made. Hiparindv Nov. tloh Haparanda from Pe- trograd Indicates that the of Premier Xerenkky came In con- Mquence of-trie Intervention of Let' tljh (orcei jmounllna to men on the one tide of the Maxl- malltta. The power of Maximal- Isle it Petrojrad It ta havt strenethcned. London, Nov. 1..-A genwal rar.-CE ssue. A number o( the R.X.C.V.R. men vero of the present Blliliide of English Irl- ccllsted tt tlie he-innlos of the war. I for a period ot only three years and towards applicants tor lon will doubtless -Interest Canada. ilbne -Jiuurncd lo c'ct :o the Iroal ar.d' length of the war makes it necessary lor a ptnuj ui umj sli months beyona that time. The i Speatins broadly, any man under Ihlr- had offered to General Turner lo lo eitend the time. Canadian Farmers Real exemption on personal Men are-'pnswd-' TOT general This rusfraiino Is the'-Women "bn'th'e'.Fsrm Helps itom-In their home plan- Di'ethbds, r and Ihsurnnce.'7 01 Tea news- of' women's- work. For all Pn hy or eiperimentera; and'the latest and informallqn Dp'e.fery matter of concern to rv' MAGAZINE hasJ-iirce limes ris many regular1 departments as are ordln- fODiid in and, ia aboui ijapc-r yon tap uny price.. Subscription. 51.00 per. year EYHRY Issue ot FARMER'S. MAGAZINE Is .worth a douaf bill, H is downTlghl helpful In practical Taya. The free Liuvicc' and inrumiaUon it supplies on by private may bo- worth many doll ard-f Have the-KARMER'S -MAGAZINE in your lioinc ns you would a ha in trier or a ever-resdy and" help. Have It for iU'friendsMp' tv, wbcther married or single, in nny medical caleeory. nas little chance of securing gronnds. service, even those with several chil- dren or who are ;tho sole reiaainlne sons have practically no chance oL eieroptlon unless origagefl oii work of national Importance. was recently transferred irom the military to'. tile "mlnlsLer ot nai-al serrice, and indications1 are that tlie change will produce- a further stiHeninp ol the process.- medical category occupa- tions unessential war .are to be drafted without delay" into" niora nae- '-At the same oi "serftix i ehipbiiBlZH luitllUy oi- guardlnE' tain proportion of ypiing ing in 'munitions', etc-V.sInce aq'cb work requires ils'-'due 'propprtlpa. of younx- find virile manhood. The i aim, in Central China representation. Hsu Cuang. one ot Ch'Iua'5 old statesmen, was viceroy o[ Mariclmrla under the old monarchy and prime minister during (he administration of President Yuan Shi Hal. He resigned at the death of .Yuan and. when If sun tne protection of General Chang Hsu'n, Hsu Shlli Chsns was appointed i one of the guardians cf the emperor.; South Ctilna has been seriously dls-, :ted-since Ihe restoration o( tie offeci lepul public. dtetrlbul Itrtte field and tliejcirU work STRIKE SETTLED San Andrea Ul Ilarbarlauo (on Ihe lower 1'iavc just above Hcnsou at Ihe CiDrmans effected their first crossing) the cuSnly ut dawn under protection of Ihe most violent arlillery fire, forced n passage of tho river. His Iroop3 crossed (o the rlsM hank al Kollna and Fagarc. The Iroops at the former place were destroyed Ijy our artillery- and hy a sudden altnck of Ihe Lecoe brigade. The survivors, more tlian 300 men, wjtli ten officers, were made prisoner, "The Iroops, by far the greater num her of wliich had crossed at Uie-letter place were heavily allapkcrl by the, Alvisldn, whose troops, the No- vara brlga'do nnd cicellcd in courage. At Ihe end of Ihe day many enemy dead remained the ground. Auoiit COO men and twenty .officers .were brought back Aiming, Ohio, Slreel prisoner and (no remainder, driven up were ronnlng on all city and to" the" embankinenl ot the river, was ban llnrt of the N'prthern Ohio Trac- shelleil by our artillery, Jon and Light company, today, follov- ed" Qie return of these troops to tho ''lemeat nf the strike which has [more than. employees ot "At'the .pany slncVilonday being closed up. In a'zone more and affec-led. SIC BAKING POWDER CONTAINS NO ALUM BAKING Users of this well known article have the assurance that food is made more wholesomevand nutritious by its use. "Magic" is, a pure phosphate baking powder, and it is' a well known phosphate is a necessary constituent in Foo9, while alurri is a dangerous min- eral acid. "Magic" Baking Powder con- albumen or other tains no albumen or other added -for the purpose of making unfair "and'- 'deceptive t'e'sts which have, no value as a constituent of baking powder. For economy buy the' lull weight 1-lb. E.W.GiLLETT COMPANY LIMITED TORONTO MONTREAL _. .--------_ waa marts by troops on Ihe o'f ;Belgian' bat- office an- nounced today. The prick is Ons Dolisr per Bid ui acrid It lo you, and remit for [1 when we tend you the biff.. Addreu the MacLean Publishing Co., Ltd. DO YOU PLAY ENOUGH? Not how incessantly he wortjj oo'r how '..Hicks around where his job is, but Jrhat Is test of a man's cffidchcy. has ptovioed harioy place where you may y try upr strength (or next lummcr't it ii "our Ixcrnationi] Playground." sporu ol every IJnd that you may or a pamcipant, jood roads, boit of