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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 20, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta IF. THE TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 20, 1917 Loot, for, libel and look far EVXLEHSM STLEL DIVIDEND eir Vuili, Kot. IJethlehem O'irporitlon today declared an (.Quarterly dividend ol 3 per on ,the new s per cent preferred Mock, j arable January 3. The regu- lar 3ife cent on the common toia declared. Union Government W. A. Buchanan The Union Government candidate, and others, address the follow- ing meetings in the LelK- btidge Federal Constit- uency: EAST OF COUTTS Wedoesdar Thanday NoTfinbfr 21-22 2-15 SCHOOL Mon. afternoon, NOT. 26 MILK RIVER Monday Niflil, -NOT. 26 ALLERSTON Tues. Afternoon; Nor. 27 MAS1NAS1N Eveninf, NOT. 27 GODDARD WerL Afternoon, NOT. 28 LUCKY STRIKE Wed. NOT. 28 FOREMOST ETenrns, NOT. 29 NEIGHBOR VIEW IFri. Afternoon, NOT. 30 i BOW ISLAND FrkUy Etwf, 30 .At these meetings Mr. I, Buchanan will be assisted I by one or more of, the fol- I flowing gentlemen: ,_ .'-W-: 8- BALL S. J. SHEPHERD L. W. A. HAMILTON H. BROWN E. C. MACKENZIE J.-B. YVILKIE R.'A. SMITH' A, E. DUNLOP MAYOR HARDlE J- D. HJG1NBOTHAM OR, QALBRAITH. ITALY SIILL lain at Carciicy lu 1915 and afterwards was promoted and placed In command ol the Siitn Army. He conducted the operations eg the Sornme which re- sulted in the retreat ol the Germans -_ the Illndentors line. He then took command ot the central group of armies. It vis nnder hint thai General Gulllauruat finished clearing the ap- proaches to Verdun. General Fnyolle ha; a reputation ns a scieniillc soldier, earned largely whlje he vis a professor at the war school. Rome, NOT. struggle bo-1 arllliery man. He was retired sli tween the Aust'ro-Cermans and the llallans on Monte Tombs and Monleljf Monfenera, la (he mountainous region of northern Italy, continues, II ivas of- Ilcfally announced today by the Italian war department. The Invading forces were driven back four times when j they attempted to take Ihe Italian po-' sltlons oa" ih'e Tdonfenera spur. Italy's armlet are holding tirmly at the point at present most vital to the preservation of the Plave river line. The attempts .with heavy masses of trcops to drive south- ward along the- vest bank of the Plato river from Quero. and thus out Mitts. Ihe lower liver front, have been checked by the heroic resistance of the.Italian troops, at the Monte Tom- ba.Monle lloafsaera line. The reports from bolh Home and Berlin war offices today show tula clearly. In the of: the current slate- meats It-appears probable thai the AusUo-Cerrau drive at Monte Tombs. which. prolectJ tho Italian right flank vrest .of thg PJave did not result In the capture of-die entire eminence, as yuterdiy'a official report from Ber- lin Indicated. The Qermin staff today nentlons positions captured by the on lie northern slopes of SIonjeTomba, indicating relenlion by Ihe itallana bf.lbe remainder ot the height Y. Even this much of a Teutonic hold on the hill Is befng fiercely contested i by the Italian forces, for Berlin an- nounces the continuation of a desper- ate strujElc there, with Italian count- er-attaclik hyconceutraled masses. t No 'further advances anywhere on tM'ItaUiu" front aro claimed by Ihe German. They tried In four succes- sive thrusts" the Monte Mpnfenera each time were thrown'back by.lhe determined resist- ance ot the Italian troops. French.General For Italy Paris, Nov. So.-MSeneral Marie Fay- olle, commander, of the French forces in .Itabv departed last nltcht to take np-hls FayoIIe is an OfOWNJBKAND CORNMSYRUP ud KINO" j, a tUH "Perfect Qurt lor, lor CcokBocir. Copenhagen, eldemann and Frleurlch ScS- the German Socialist leaders, before nnd Elberfeld campaign de- meetings in Dresden yesterday launched a signed to force Iho German and Aus- trian governments to abandon Ihelr present plans for annexations under the sutsc of protectorates c-E rzlz-l, Lithuania and the Baltic provinces and accept Ihe peaco offer of the Rus- sian Bolshevltl. Herr Scneioenjann said Germany would be endangered and the proposed general disarmament and listing peace placed In Jeopardy if Russia should be forced by Ger- man pressure to become a military slate- Ke expressed pleasure at the genera] condemnation which be said was belog manifest within the central empires of lie plan to make the Aus- trian emperor fclng'of Poland and in- vest the German emperor 'with... the mantle oC Duke ot Prince of Lithuania. Such disregard of rtussla'a vita] on tie principle that the toe had 'been van- quished, would sow dis- cord between Russia and he asserted, and perpetuate the Europe. Herbert Ebert, like Hcrr .Scholde-. rnann, proposed resolutions of solidar- ity with Ihe Russian Mailrailljls and declared that German labor -nlust do' duty to force the government to an unamblgious affirmative'. answer io tie proposals ot the Bolstferlkf, Gtrmany Starts Rumor, Jti it is Emphatically t >Va9hinfton WE SAVE YOU MONEY! ON WEARING FOR YQUOSELF 4 FAMILY WILSON NORTH LETHBRIDGE. mdian Farmeii'sf Real YOUR klien irlll be'tnawered, yon will iet'tU eiact Infonaa- Uon you need, you .will get the adrirt and assistance you deilrt frei, provldtd by eiperta U> we pay real 'money-for answer we lend ytra, you-become t subscriber to MAOAZ1NB. Thli mtgizlaa TM'litn on Farm ThV then plan ud IcUa then! HdW.tSert plu- "hcnr to' conitnet "iheep btrrJ, koniet, tlkx, and dwtlllngi.- -TclU all about septic lantl, by. rams, and lljttlrjg sraUmi, power-fannlnf. advice and laformtllofl r'-ibont feeding and breeding tie health olanimaia; bullnets tide of farming, eo- o'pcmire methodg, ted luimnca. nlng.tod In linaUert 'pertalnlnj to cnlld- thdr health, rearing Deals will alylw, palterna and otter Inlercsta. Olrcs help 'In nou'ef r and fe Olfea work. For 111 It itorlH, dn! timely subJecU amateurs br and the latest and most tccurate Information on erery mttlfr'el codC4tn to .'-.itrincn .'v', has thi-ee timed lUiy rcpilaLdijlrtmeTiis it Ate ordln- arfly found IB ttrii and, Is ikdirt.tlie rndi'l satisfying paper yon cu ur price, U.fa per year, EVBar IWbit otrtLlMBtL'i la jrorth dollar hill, becaOM It U tomrlfkl helpful (n 'prMUeil jtaft. The adTlce add It on private 2- may be worifc the FAmrER'S J1AOAZINK m your home a you woiU i Uuuer or 'a'sivr'-ftt ever-feidj' and ke.lp. tor K le Amsterdam, In the Berlin Neuesfe. Nachrftjil'- tba German vice admiral, says: 'The United 'stales hasieslilislied herself on tie Azores torts at Punta D el'Gada.aTh arc situated about ttvo-Upri' Ih'e ivay between America Europe and their ocpulitli is Im- portant In connccllon TOnte trans- portation of the army U. S.'Den'ieSf'il Washington, NOT. de- nial vis made (Juried States had taken poiaessn of; the Azores. Receipt of despatch that German Vice Aomin Klrchhosel had made such an recalled to administration ram.pri irhlcli they denied eineime The Azores'are of For- Ingal, one of the against Germany and whatri'r may have been tan batting German bare operated In 1 Atlantic would be I contribution to' Ifi against the eneoii ever, offered no C fe r Iba In coin-" nbjrinesf'jrlilcli baaetlfen-'oijthe ol Portngal'a i OKitiliVj'liow- Jent B; Vice Ad- for Cowans Cocoa Winner.of the Prize, S. J. ALBIN, 153.Catherine St. South, Hamilton, Ont A total of over thirty thousand rides were received. jji recognition of the ertofmous number oi titles submitted The Cowan 'Company Limited has decided to' reWird five .additional'contestants for their excellent answers. Additional cheques, therefore, for naye been mailed to each.of thfc follovring HELEN BOSLOW, 139 Arlineton St., Wnnipcg, MM." E. 1OPSQN, 126 Bliir Road, Gait, Ont. LIONEL STEVENSON, R. M. Dj, Dunnn, B C. C: 55 B. Ruelle DaEenait St Henri, -Montrnl, P.Q. Brdnd" Purest and Beit HEADJ.O Hamilton, Nor. R: Hollo, head of the InSepeadent Labor. Party In Clnadp, who.Is blrnseH candldato In-Wnt Hamilton, today O.K.'s tbp n3ma 'rrt, the lolloiring: candidates V7hose names will go on thfi' ballols I tor OTcrseas: j James A. Hughes, David Carty, South Toronto; John T. Viclt, East Toronto; .7: Jf. West Toronto; J. H.'Ballantrne, East York; J. H-'Gunn, South'York; John W. Bruce, F. J. Flatman, Tyenlirorth; U.'A: RIgg, North .Wlnnl- S. Ward, Centre Winnipeg; tV Harrison, Nlplsslng; Thomas Hall; JI. JIcDrlde, Brant- lird. mlral Klrchhoselji nierrat'thit nilJ- Itiry use ha a bieb uie T' took placi cardlnB..l6 lissi Wlrelestr' atftie Ettiinga Tele- graph compjqj- The jBCiisge ID., j.-tStt'lflg'e" tte t verr nerce and da. ttt catuilfo JJsl ThfeMlrele and Miles K lit sceils wlihh to fire nfililftfr. Winter torsions Special Reduced Rates TICKETS ON SALE DECEMBER 1ST TO 31ST, TO TORONTO, HAMILTON, OTTAWA', MONTREAL, ST. JOHK, MAUIrVliX; AND IN CANADA ALSO TO .PAUli, RAPIDS, CHICAGO, CITY, KptMti, PODQE'AND VAHI6U8 'OtHEri POINTS Final Reii'rriV YMHIE.hONTHS from drfe tsiue. TO VANCOOYtR, VICTORIA AND Tlekrti on Sale Otti tnt U ttH) 12J Feb. 3rd It 9th. FINAL USTURN LIMIT, APRIL 191B, rrrU'WofM'i.qrttWil: Sleeping (Jars. arWiill frati iny C. Agent, or .L SECTION 3W-17 CORNisftS WRENTHAMTOWN8ITE AND ELEVATOR. EJICEL-.' .FENCED, AND FORTY ACRES IN CROP PER ACRE BALANCE EASY Ajijply L. Brandley 8TIHLING ALTA. 2S94 WHERE TO GO FOB Roofing, Tinsmithing, Furnaces, Gas and Steam Fitting, Plumbing HARDWARE CO. I Might NEXT WEEK? HAVE 1 MADE ANY PRO- VISION FOR MY WHO WILL ADMINISTRATE MY E.s'f PRIVATE EXECUTOR WILL DIE ALSO? THIiUEFOKE IWILL APPOINT THE Canadian Trust Co. ;