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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 23, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta -FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 23, 1017 PAGE ELEVEM GETS FIVE YEARS lYIunlucE. Nov. yeara1- In lliu penUonilary was tho sentence ini- by Chief Justice Msllicrs thU uiornlaE CD Thomas rarkn. A frequen- ter ot Jitney bars. who "was -fuuud eullly a Jury at Ilicll anil IDreerj ct Dominion Eiyress cheques. Staff of Life is the whole wheat grain- not HOW TANKS IN THE BIG ON the white, starchy centre of lisi in the the no, .mis- I ido ot joMSws 'hat tanks ot LS Instnlniefclt ot was IE IbclCE ulpetl out oa account bt the YOU get'the Whole Wheat achlevemeuta ol Lbs great ormy Q prairi in a digestible form mighty engines ivhlcli oh Tues- grain in a oigesuuic luiui. moiutllg through Iho male qiifjitilrJ Riceuit Ulndenburg lino and carried the wai OBrevim TI new UUI.HII Mn cneiny territory- Tho work all the tlSSUe-bUild- .which tho tanks.did on thai first daj inff 'entrpv-creatihe material :aaj llav6 ueen Qwrslnce one i" u i 0' "ie moat in the! steam- u sau) arjaioic I artd'baked. Jcr tho trenwndpua yfoj C it'_ .tory woii by the British, for infantry' lor me cavalry all have played nourishment of the human body. A .better balanced ration than, meat, or eggs, or starchy vegetables, slip- plying the greatest amount of body-building nutriment. at lowest cost. 'For break-, fast with milk or cream, or for any" meal with fruits. Made in DrJUsli Army Headquarter) In .which this triumph probably wouto France, Kov. lUy the Associated have been Impossible. -Ths Impression which eilsl- I" a Hoars they tare to, rtred, of barbed wlro Ihe uemoution ulcli by i ol artil- lery would uave required many daya. rurthermora their employment made possible tho arnnsemeul of Becret attack, which would have neen out of tho question bad the artillery been brought Into play. The lanXa have demonstrated fully Ihelr pojier In taring Ibe llvea of men consorrlnff ammun'llon. Tnv casualties among the lalautry lolloweil Ibe tanks loto icllon wett exceedingly IUhU .rne correspondent bas heard that two battalions, slanL-a. bad only casualty eacn, aao that another autferci) the losa ol Ihelr part. Nererllieltss, tanks ibul three men. This La almost unprece- urovo tho enferlng Trlthout [dented -in attack ot such mago! tude. Tho casualties among the crews ol the tanks were very light on the The Dominion of Canada prom- laea you'a Qood. Interest return ndj absolute aeeurlty. for your morrty-In Jonn Gllmore, LtdT prpmlaei you purity, flavour, and the'faett good IrHjrcfjnt.. skill 'ete' equipment' v you purity, j'loaf that g e and comple t duct. READERS OF, THIS PAPER WHO RESIDE IN LETHBfUDGE AND VICINITY WILL OBTAIK. AT THE TWEfiEfir BOOK STORE "Everybody's Book Shop" 'ALL THEY 'REQUIRE iri OFFIO.E SUPPLIES, STATION ERY AND FANCY GOODS. BREAD J'r> Is IherfMd.controller'a ilegak r, OUR SLOGAN IS "WASTE LESS, BREAD" by buying bread that'well be eateri-afid enjoyed to Ine'lart cninib. Our Botok- Stock o! the Litest F'letlon Books on Prose anc Mechanics Chtldprn's Books, In fact therr Is In book form. If no .already In that we wll Mtjbe pleasedJjO forrytKi. Phone 613 1 6liVoURTH AVENUE -'It I'v it' opening day, which Is the only. one tor which reports' have Uiua tar been recelYeiMl la Impossible (o'state how rnany tanks were In action, but then hundred, and out ot al! Iho men who" went forward In thein appeara that leas than twenty were s.. 'than. 105 wounded. killed and lei____ Many of llcse .cisvtaltles were due lo Ihe fact that riicn lei I the tanks; to perform In the open, Vhere Ui'ey 'ciihe" Qnder'the (Ire' ot aalpe'ra. Tho. performance of the tanks was the more remarkable because Iherc was only a short time to, prepare tor their use. Some of .the tanks were vet- prans, but many' hfid nover .beca In an engagement beforehand the crews lacked actual fjghttng experience. .Moreover, It was necessary to train Ihe.lntanlry piem. AH' this 'was. In a'jerj' few In addition, a great amount of work was done lo gej- Uie tanks In position and bring forwaVd ihfeli'- (lueL Many ,-hundred petrol "ft'ere-' brought and stored- .pending -.tee .atuct was dnno eo EOldlerB In tho leirltory :what was Iirocecding. Tho advance ot the tanks, -with their general leading .the way in the monit- or Llyiig his was Uiq luosl Jui- jjicssive sight-' Iruagtiiable. -For nines llnpd up abne Ihfv .when1'they started fora-aril aris, Nov. B. 51. Hoi bead of the American mission to ;the Interallied conrerouce, spent BQ hou'r today with Premier plemeacea'u. Al Uio mernbera of the mission attended B meeting with' Ambassador Sharp ind Arranged a. programme tor their work bclorc Ihe cbriferenco meele next Thuredar. CoasuKallone wltb officials will be In progress 'Hinp. followlog the samo "HneB as Ihos'o held 'wllh'rcpro scnUtlves of various dfjiartinpnU" of Uie British gorcrncienl In London. GOVT. WILL HELP -Victoria, H. C-, Nov. pro- vincial government has offered Its cervices as an Intermediary between Ihe erapjoyees ot the.Trail Bmelter and Ih'e management J o'nt-j'Nov. Twc- was the tentence. Imposed by' Mdulstritc Do felt .Upon Alp'nfi McGregor, lh: man arreeted failure to under the Military Ser- vice Act. After being' arrested McGregor was given tunity to report to the military authorities, but refused and icntenCfd, made an Impassioned addrftu lo the court, deetaring the whole, thing Including the 'Military Service Act. Illegal. 'or a louger period Lhaa ivera lha Druuihellcr Jlfld, 'mines' aud tjujlo' A lumber of -oinera from Idh mines here drifted In the Luey mines at Uruiu- ".icllcr. Tho result Is tliat itio norUiern 'relcl belter suppiltnl wJllt labor than Uio local [ithl. ofHl, however, are not worrying over Iho situation. Unh- fiO ujincs under.present coridlUons during ilie whole year, ireus'Uic DruiuUclk-r coal, vUkh Is oor 'B tor a go quality, is "oil net) onlv In the fall end winter when southern coal lg uva liable. Cameron, who was formerly ciniiecled with (he Lelhbrldgc Cpl- lieiied at Kttp. was In Ihe city Iba other day from Iteglna, lie statea Ihct there be DO shortage of coal on ihc, thU vtlutcr but that people must not be wasteful of fuel Jf are to gel through wiihuut a famine. Tlie very mild November Is dotng much to Increase slocks cutting down present consumption. It Is to.-beat Jls record production estab- lish ed. ln-1916 tho iblues hero w.LIJiave. to double their usual output during tho present quarter. Figures from the provincial goTernuienl quarterly re- th'fl third' quarter show the Lelhlirldge field IB more (baa Us 191G output for the first three quarters, and ;vbile Ihe last quarter will break' all records, the dc- flcicn'cy Ije overcome. On1, 'ha'nd (he Drumheller field.shows a gala per cent for the'nine mouths. This Is accounted for by thp tact tfmt tbe vrerq by Qie stride WE ARE READY! ONCE AGAIN TO SERVE YOU 'WITH CHOICE fEATS TOWOPROW TURKEYS, DUCKS, CHiCKEN AND LINE You must order from, us b'y 'pKone and we must please to libld ypvir trade'., are pleasing -the most particular people in the city: X, R. C0ULTRY .iX Back of Lhe'zri carfio'the lo.Uie been engaged In some '.I'lLlcr lerrltary. Thoy cruBtcd gnpa for the Inlanlry and It was _.. until they had made a considerable that strong rcslsUiice was encountered. ,The aUftetttflghlfng vai al Laleau Wood, soati ofs Masnleias Tlicio. number Quaker Bread is Always Good Either at "plain bread.and but-. tcr'or toarted you. cannot help but appreciate the fine flavour of Quiiker Bread. If you have come tcrapi of Quaker Bread over, chop them up fine and mix c them with your left over potat- 1 Use a hot pan'and plenty ,r of.good dripping and fry Ihem i for aupper. aurprlsj I ed how good 'hey wHl'tMle. t Wi door and' 12 tlcketi for the I riJc in'elreet cars yhjeri "'iti ato'r'e :our ibr tho it leia a run garage healing ij H hare your car wiiiaed.iip.rer r to rtart'diy or nijht- The coal-bumfjts hot waler'jfarHge hosting aystems are made for, at' 195; 2 car 3 car are ehlppel readj lo act up. Any hantji- In c trslcmi tre'raaifin T able 19 MU them H nuch loV prices, guarantee your money bavi; J lor FtEB L A. Shannan Company AlbertaV.N.' j-, giiae and of Ocrmin Held and. heaTj- iron the day'igalirel Lbei. One dellberalely charged (nch jnn clsaned-1 oul rilaclilne guru. tell Ulati one .which Imfi never eeen action until. (hit time. It chlriBed.intb untenable by He. rigorous ol lls liuna. Twelte .tankj UIB iroy Into creVa previously Kail atud.led poste. and the tnnks went about their business meUodJcillJY-.eich one lat Insjii' Ihe. residua iltBlgDjleJ Th-iu o-. Uic f ,Ai nihcconrt (ha fanlts'srrfvixj Just as. tbo down to breakfast ol the lankj 'gal. their morning menl (roni the food 'we- pni-ed for enemy. not'tlie only 'places which in-taking. .arc DCPn 'swarming lerritory annexed by tho ,nrt Then (he full slory 6f their 'exptblta la told II will make remarkable hlslor'y 'Have I n mnn j II li t I TOE MAJOR JACK ROSS CHAPTER, I. 0. D. E. _ S AAR er24 FROM Z P.M.; W WESLEY HALL i_ i t, Fancy Work Booths, Pantry Table, Ready Drffsed Dolls; Lucky i W c. Mfcyor HarJie will, open I he bgzaar 2 JO V THt CHAPTtrl'i PATRIOTIC. WOpK New Vork, Nor. 23.- A 'concerted Cpijitry-wlde ellortJ lo fonndflip "Jake British array :who it Is said, Imposed ny wars; Is'to'bd made by Hrll- -mr oHiclali-ridw'ln 'New York wng nnnouncad loday.; An Inresll- allon lias dliclosed, U'.iras aald that it, least men posing ai British i qffldera are nbir Operating throughout jlha.. country. A recotiimendatloii has l.been made to all qubjecls o[ Great Britain, reported ai indealrable by will M deported. i DrKHH -offfceVs indig- nant over npoj, i Americans by the alleged repretenla- tlTea o( the ,0ne maa la Bald xeglsterWal one. of; fin York's mosl eicloslre hotel! -KM'nt- crtdcd In .borrowing fron> eM- crlf womfrli'The hHposftra ftlicl (o get nnllmlted. credit ini other liolcls. 1 Ono allesed ofHccr Ij salrt lo hive illned Tflth American army olflcera upon repFesenlatlon-lluil he i col- onel In British army, and adtukllt'. loot Jijrl .In review of troopj. I I1 6nl., Arrange- i Monday Noreikbe'r He i Will sptnrl 9unrtnp In Toronto and all if, frin 6V W mett. I jngj IH JQhUrjjC 4 A i-oH, MOT. Alaska liner PaclHc Steansnlp Compasr.MS ishoW tojar'trif'the Bri- were; aot In. tauntdJiU Tilt St .'i XVI-m Sljlts, u fi.'i m nady. A housed Bftuliful FurrHittrt.-, -n-Ji.' ar T -Iq'the; developrnenif.of sourtd-prorJucing more makers tousrii their inatnjnicpts...... .i .It is thcirefore.fittingJhatfhe PatKephone, nhich has aiuincd.such supcriorily in musical arid mechanical shtiold also lead the ,'.ipj; the Iwauty ofjts ._ UTheir. crealibn -fesuit of that same "thoroughness whichj. dtiririg twenty-five years Men who have made the art of decontion a lr. life-long study were-commissioned to design a .series of PathefhSrietCStrinits' worthy of the great mine of Pathe'. S '.'iinr-t' of j restlessj striving'-after improvernent ufjpn his chiricterired PatHe'metliods. i Thf follavmf dififrd. 'off ntrx riajy. Exquisite exam furniture mbst fiemnia'' in history were selected as the mpdela for Pathe' Period Cabincis. result i collection of la-.-, struments unique and Dea'iltififl.; T. 4.- See and hear fatM Agrht. atrummU In the talkin rto macriine world '-Vloitn principle. The lottr wear The not i recorded'in. the wi plajs i( but is. hi wonderftil dim, vf-jt'i j saaclKMs'- pUr all THE. CANXDJ -j "ninlfrir rftrt for lift Attntl.' Mtrrhtnfr nm'trHf i r _ t -ii _ 3 .r I TOWWTO BOt la' Limited, fr.3rlnn. Acents fbrLethferidgeaiid; ItWD nun -j t. b v lome Fiirnlg ;