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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 24, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta SATUlUUYf NOVEMBER flffi LJiTHBnmCE DAILY HERAUT PAGE FIVE BANKERS THINK OF WRY BONDS! Victory Bonds are a good investment. Victory Bofids are good collateral at any bank., Your Bank wilt lend you 90 per cent, of your Victory Bonds whenever you require the money to operate -1 your farm or, to carry on your business. Your money invested in Victory Bonds serves a double purpose. The Victory Bonds are as good as cash to at the same timet your money is doing YOUR VICTORY BONDS ME AN1 PATRIOTISM, PROTECTION, PEACE AND PROSPERITY bit by assisting the government to properly provide for the men at the front. Also your Money invested in Victory Bonds will enable Great Britain to continue purchasing Alberta's wheat at present prices. Therefore Buy Victory Bonds and preserve market. Your money, thus invested will be spent in Canada, and you thereby create for yourselves a steady and certain cash market for "your products. (Signed) LETUBRIDGE BANKERS CLEARING HOUSE ASSOCIATION D. JOHNSON, Secretary' J- J'i Now Making Effort Jv'ov. tumsts Ti-jjlcli WCTO carried out yesterday by "otter heavy ar- pllery 'preparation on the Italian mountain.front from the Aslago e'au'16 river, all 'failed, the war-ollice' announced today. r'Tfie text -the mountain frokl plntcau the Bnffltd, -powerful 'inrusls' which the Blubbonily carried out alter Icavy ajllllcrysprcparatlon all failed. V VJ'On the 'plains; enemy groups .at- fomuttng to .croas the riyer In w-eW thro'iHi Into.tho'water by hetore. Italian Army Jliauciuahers, Nov. 23 ..r-Ontbo' "outcome of IhG prcsenl battlo depends 111 e result .q. br'esif through tho Italian lines to the Venst- inn plains. The'rc-capturo nt tbo IU1- Ian plains, Monte Tomba n-aa -nc- compllsheil by.-.a succession of.brllU Irvnl charges, vfdich dyed'.the snqw're'd Jays, broke'In full-fury .yesterday and raged, throughout., the: day, the night it 24phlV Pertlca. TvhetE dense masses it eulimyiinfanlry Were; hurled against hn. ilfliTnns. The" flghtfuK '.was ex- was-lost, then hen kwt-'afarn and'rtben re- In whirlwind ot at leldpm btea seen vr: But greatest mow at toed of 'Monte and The ull'lorce :ot "one Ger-. man, fae'dllier hurled in frig In an ef for'to'turn the "wing and cut line of com- nun-cation a Now onVoT lli'e btood.Mt itmggfes ot the war, wbict went OD. Mljaaf. night and'today with a (jteady suecwijioa of atUcka and coiiuler attackfi, nnd Iclt grpdnd piled Ttltrf-epemy dead.1 was .won, four.- tlrn'ca, tfce enemy iing thrown back.' Although Ihe-ldMM hare beer, IcYrlblc, tlfcso q( tho enemy have Tho .had' heeri ually eMtetia't force In Ilia last few knew Iiow -lUiear lisni nncl kfnilrddllla'started there irtniJJ be It ilioutd be ,A maUtr. of populir that tlit com- piece's tHfe [of Ihe hi "ing up It is of ihese liiipurt- tic9 the bfood 'cHminritcdttni Uit bcily. Should I lie. re be any dferangemtnt of the Ki Jnfty.aclioii.thi poifow are hot eliBn'-- bat flfc.f.irrtcd around AfaInAJn tire si only md otfcnsloo hntl tlie region bl constbnt.HcnalcueCi sna tnti rnmy conlplaitiis'flriiintr of (llf Hie niast be'piit In at BiackJiiai at 3exton Jamsa-'Sri'lth al John joe., i Tie-rdllpwlng.unlonirt completeJ: President, "C. H. Hunt; secretary- treuurer, J. A.'Daoeerlleki; executive D. J. DantoUon