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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 24, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta iv- PAGE FOUR e Derate Blbevta A I LY A N D W E LY Subscription delivered, per week Dally, delivered per rear Dally, by mfil, per year Weekly, bj mail, per year of n-Jll. per year to TELEPHONES Builitu Oface Office W. A. Buchanan President and ilitagiai John Torrance Busmen Daiea of I'lplrjr ot suojcnpUota ap r dally on address libeL o( papers alter eiplrallon i. autiorliy lo continue Kriptleo- THE PROGRESS OF THE WAR The gains of the British in northern France on the Cambrai front are be- ing erfecded rapidly. The chief ad vances are being made along Ih Bapaumo road towards CaiabraJ, a Important railway centre which Ih British hope to capture within a tew i aays. The town Is now almost sur rounded hy allied troops, and wall in the hands ol our forces, th value of the centre lo the .German la now practically nullified. Furious combats ore in progress present on the Italian front- Th Italians hare Uw belter of the gagomenti thna far, laving retaken Important heights from the Teutons. Losses on bolt sides have been heavy. altitude. The other Is the New-Tele-1 gram ot Calgary, a long noted for lls erratic course on public ques- tions- H was announced at the re- cent convention o iu'n and rreildGnt 01 LO laSl aio eil Arlhur Denson Is one of Iho best known among .our local laus al ho front He enlisted with one of the earlv bslterles from Lelhbrldge. The scouls are busy review by thti governor gei_ Lcthbrldse on December 3rd. tlml about 24 hoys will go In tor Hi e ovent. Tho Pincher Creek week contained Ihe wcddiug of S. Purvis, slorekeeper Iho local mine. Both hero and we wish Ihem tho vers; besl The Ited Cross Comuilllee held a special meeting In Ihe Church on TUC5 (bit a few TKB and a few the ai ctiilc TJniofl 'gOTernaml Vary ers and conBipees, nn road of-jmtlce aienti are the food tle- npfolIbwlni'a'reqaiMt'from'the rail- way company-' Tie niyitery pt.the ow- of the led bfllclals to Inquire tato Uie pootDUllv of apec- nlatloo o'n a fltmatic >cale- The vege- tables' are rn have been "on for nye nounci-u uiai, denl of Ihe cqmpany and the Alberta Farmers' Elevalor Company, which haa Just uni- ted with the Grain Growers, has been appointed acting general mansger-of the United Grain Growers, Ltd. The need ol making the. appointment was caused by the entry ot Sir. Crerar Into the Union cabinet. Mr. C. Hlce-Jones will continue lo reside In'Calgary. The' secretarv pf.the J; Keim; -4 inetiuie in day evening when business ol Import-, ance was considered. Among other mailers il was decided to devote nil proceeds over the amount necessary lor Ihe purchase of supplies lo an Am- bulance When the necessary ambunt been secured a Coalhurst and District Hed Cross Society Am- bulance Will represent Ibis district at Iho front. T R Davidson ot Rolling Hills has boon appointed enumerator tor Ihls district for Ihe coming elecllon anil has been busy this week preparing Ihe voters' llsl. Quito a little IrUer- est is being manlfcsled in Ihe con-I esl between Messrs. Buchanan and. Pack and U Is hoped lhat both candm dales will hold meetings here. Many local party men ore strongly in favor'fit a Union Government [eel- Ing that parly mailers are ot only sec- ondary importance in times like these. The contest will likely be a hot one in Coalhursl dlslricl. Tie Secretary of tho Red Cross Society acknowledges ,the following OCOLATES Your discriminating choice of quality, your taste for delicacies, and your attentivcness tn lier fancies, make jou a utl- coine visitor. _a Morloy refer laving been gass- trial of Alfred KaltBChmidl, well known local German, chargediWllh complic- ity In dynamite begta In.fed- V.'1 .-Tas OOClelJ I of the Norlh I American Collieries, J- Mac- leod W.-H, Hughes 13, T. Paller- sori P. H.- 'and each The large increase North Amerlcan-Cbllleries' Employees' dona- tten 1 acllon of the miners' union in autn- o'flilng "the 60 ceula'per month from each 'and every member of the union. At the ]ail meellng.otl tho'committee the ,was Jn- aLructed to send a.lelter'ol Ihanks lo ihe union for Ihelr patriotic action. WOPireN OF CANADA WlLLINQ TO W? SHARE Here'a an Ontario farmer's wile who ku the rlgii'ldea- Im a letter to a Torooto paper ahe.atyj I m heartily ulumed- of UIOM letten. appearing receatly In .The, Qlobe.. We ought today wilt' our. 'nbble.Jiateri tl Britain and France. -Those who V hare already ihouktered.UuIr iwden A woili ierer write tach letters aa ii theae. From penoBii eiperlepce, 111 I: ,''rtde lie'dlalu.oi .bluder In the field, I; V m preference to' an attto on lie 'Ha AuloB inpiiid be doubly -S; taioi.U? Uiey do tte roads. it Efery man and'-woman In Canada shoulder their asare to' boys at the front. We can haie ihrtrtrt liar: Canada bettar thai burs. 'Let jee to it that 'ao district actually does do better-JV Sudolafc Lemlra says.COB scription Is' a breach of tie Cansdlan constlintlon beanw Canada is no Immediately lireaUned with Invasion Hi might liavi added: 'Thankj lo ti BrlUsb." navy." charge against'.' the -Lanrler-Llben. McKenst ra North; Tor whne'ne-isfat lie aaae time a pa official ot Join'D. Boekefeller, th Liurler-IJheTsas muat be on tie sld ?t liaaon THE HOME OF THE -A piano of highest standard and a favorite with'the diserlmlnatlnB ii well .as the renowned artist Is the boys at e ron. e can ai big after Job I> i'ipiie. It's up to' Canadian women to .--get In line. with -our British and French sisUri. I, mjaelf, It, for Iho llat three oa a aan- c5dred' acres, had time for. Red Cross wqifc, loo, so' I know whereof: 1 ns prove our patriotism to brave boya In deeds, not wordi. i and Soldier's wife. f Hemlnstoii, Ontario. hasn't yet ssnl so many Hooi I'. A- Caluer been elected by, acclaDatloil in Ifooee Jaw owing to lie Tetnaal at the and Labor COTicll'to. endbne Independent. Lcbor opponent, who hai withdrawn from the BeW. And the reason for.hUi wltnarawar really was lhat Ubor Is to lie Union gpTem- i'a. policy (or providing rdntoree- vtxavt Ihe women Ji hearts. Tto silence of tie opposition In this riding would lead one to believe.they are "depending fofl.elecUjn reason for "i loi'Vhen-it-ls.coMldered lhat a 'refeieridum ''policy ijrj relnforcemenls for -and lidr nol Isn'l one lo shonl TO HELP Toronto, SroV; pro- bably this week, the Great War Veter- ans of OnUrlo are ,'r.-.- iiFORE PARTY gVmV "jSonfliy cfiargei have been made by Ucllve pirl In the federal elections press by senolng .Ihtlr 'ableat 00. hT Ihe prov nca to of "the y. J ItlflJiUi- U UlUartrvj U1 nol a .canuldale (n Toronlo _, ..lien nn hv Ihroughont Ihe province 16 snpporL thi_'.'i Wlii.l BM us send H le e.r, M Mnd H .R -fan X- bill, Th. itieUan. 163 University Tormto. ;