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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 24, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta ....SATURDAY; NOVEMBER LETHWMOGE DAILY HKHALB FtOKT ictd uu temporarily bvcauaa of (be ibortcge pt ammunition near a, BUU- teu road of Khe're lue damans were talabllshed !n considerable force. Tblt position vaj rendered doubly atroaji. by a ma- .'hlne gun concentration -Ddrlh 'of Sralncourt which could jsweep tho British lines nor the' canaL The inlqnunKloii cams up and the Brlllch Iliarged fonvard acalu. flier over- came the south gl lue bralBauaume highway. Tie Germans than ffelai with intchlno guns drawn ecrott the CUB- brai road, ftghtlng 09- ctrred at positions Nlow tbt road, but thB; German! finally wtrt fomd 1.0 .DofbuU UibU4 VT elec- tricity It tkt ekiJa wlUidraw to the southern Til: the Irish again surged forward against the town tad at an early hour had worked tielr way around toward the north. Qrtal Work by Cavalry. In the Graluc'ourt section, on. right ot the Irlah, remarkable work waa done by cavalry on the first day. Tlie horsemen had awept forward and captured Auneux by Tueaday cieulnt. This represented au advance of about 7.UC0 yards, n-Llch IB aald lo be a roc; ord for one day. Two squadrons of horse accomplish- ed lilt downfall ot Anneui and oap: lurned It between four aud five o'clock In the .Thla place waa lound to havt a system ot catacombs under the church and Ihese were held by the Germans who had an electric power station for lighting. An elaborate .battalion fell Into Bril- bu banta: During Tuesday night the Germans oonnter-atUcked Aoneui with Iroopa.which bad Just .been brought from'Ihe.nusstan front- .A strong battle took pfoco and the Brit- ish TrtlMrtw., Wednesday moiclng the British again attached Acneui and recaptured IL Proceedings-northward the' British _ ove enemy from the trenchea near Ihe edge ot Bonrlat.VVa.od. This trench Vaa so. remarkably "well camou- flaged that- no Eta ot: jt.Tfaa .visible uhUl :.thV. British BBW German faces apparently coming out of the ground. A liand. batUe Began. Utcr the Urlllsb were forced lo withdraw ;htly. because of heavy machine gun _ilmi from Bourlon village; Yeslor- day morning the British again attack- ed the (ranch with tha aislslanct of tanks and eslatillaheid their llae around the southern face of Ihe wood. Tag- troops which captured Flea- qulern and Cantalng en'couQtered.hard rtllaUace at Ihe former the first day of the offensive. Tanks led tbu infantry In the at tact but the Der- mana with the aaslslance of heavy fins, held out the whale of Tnesday In Ihe taci of. alrong attacka. Wednes- day morning the British again attacked and this time "forced the from the village after iabfng their guns- Wednesday the advance was rapid.' Strong reslslance encounterid at the 'naken road between Marcolng very heavy gun fire frtim the direction of "intting itadiiBoirloift' wiod. ,ttat, liAVever, {Salted .ftti ny' noon had forced Into Cantalag. Wednesday night vance contlnnM aod an made on Fontaine Notre The Qemun3 battled hers, aad there wit vjrry-hard flghtJng'al eloH gjuartera before.the Brltlah final- ly .drtfve Ihe enemy pnL ,'oi .The.Brltlaa'vematiifld In posMaslon oi nnlll shortly after-noon Wtdottday when the a heavy cooaler thrust again' occupied Uie town. tha Brltlih'were forced la irtthdraV a short .dls anu-illll hold the grc-und frolh to. tbe soqth ol Bourlon Then however, heavy JlghLlng to the north In tha region of. court. Tile main objective hera .waa the tamotis tunnel trench, an under- ground fortification of great atmigth abonl yWda long. The entire trench waa the BriilHh welt knew and behind it Germani 'had dng ytrda nt inpport trench. Many concreta plil Bpiea alao' nlnfornd the treoch fences. i t' r For a monUi the Brlllah had-tm plog the ting down smoke 'and ''em1 ploying gu. The enemy ht4 become to BccustomeHl to thii British started a flurry of ai dawn Tuesday- the Germans -thonght 1 was mon ot the same thing and they -were .Muuht nnawaxaa. Tie gmateal daajrf which the attackers faced waa the possibility, of the mines blown.' ap and they kmw! th'ls moat' be avoided. Accordingly, .they took-alocs a body of tnjl'nu men. By good fortune Ihey Dastered ihe secret of lead -Thlt rnabled the British Infantry, which trirmrd Into, tte trench, to prevent froaa tlng ort the A hoi fight look place in (lie tn- nel. Many battled Tilth bay- onou to thy datth 401 'enimry bbdln were 'counted after tha In addition 'more, lhan'100- prlJioners were Uken. ;J Further evidence, of the Oorrnan unpreparddaeif for sire In the Cunbral factor wan oMa in- ert today In ctptirre of drawn up by the Otrrnan battAlloa comrnanrtcr day Ixfort the It vai his tummiry of events for "a and he drew Ihla "The attitude of the enemy clearly ti of -r Tbla commander WM ilittovcdV in forward and II Is quite aji- pirenl did jiol know vlial wal go- Ing .01. It li" ttoo evUent thai lie Mglttr command fcta-no Intonation .avcM harn Inforaed him hate nun mry a In n gest no better policy than tu elect such men as the candidate, Mr. Ma- Kor. STRIKE ENDING. London, Kov. general strike In Finland approaching conclusion Wednesday, according to neuter dlipatchej tiled at Helslngfors cii thai dtla. Guaranteed to be made exclusively from the Ingredients specified on' the label. Your Grocer sells Costs- no. more than the ordinary kinds. E. W.GILLETT CO.'LTD. TOUONTO. CANADA Winnipeg Montreal Church h and 81h .Street S. Rev. Capt A. H. Denoon, Pastor HBV..-W.F. Burnt, Acting Ptator, [0 Department. 12.30 a.m.- Big Sisters' Bible Class. iOO 'Big Bi others' Bible Clasi. p.m.: Other Departmenta of Son- day School i 1 i Class. jtornlng "O, Thai f Had Wlngs.Mke'a (J. More Smit- .Solo, Miss SImm. -Erenlng, Special Service, the of Jalrns, (by John Stainer) will he rendered. Sol- .olsts, Mra.'.B.1 F. bayton, and G. E. Fleming. St Cyprian's Church IHn' sjtrnt and Sth Avt! South. Cuntfi. W. V. McMlllen, BX ...11 a. m. Sunday end Bible Claivei, J pjn. EVEN8ONO I.JO 'days lad 4ti.Sundays "'tt SciDdayi at pjn- PENTECOSTAL' ASSfiMBLY At No. 35 Main StreeJ-.Gnlftunt' "i Chat. Slmenttte, Piittor! Services Sundays, S.30 and'sr.JO p.m. Tuesday, 7.30 'Prayer'and Ffcll r.'- 7.M -p-Bf-i Prmjir :'aad God's Divine Healing attach We are living.'In tha laat days.'; Get ready.'Come.. TV. Welcome .to Thet'e Services. BELIEVERS IJth Believers assemble on the', Day for BreaJtlog of Bread at 51 ;V ly at J'p.B. Preachirij at 7.30 P.BL a.m. Bunda Cnapt' CHRISTIAN SCIENCE Pint Church of Christ Hull tjlock, 7th OtriW'.l. ttrvkt ajo. Subject; "Saul and Body." TnniJay School convenes the raoniins twvlce. tnnlnt, TttiiUMgy ntet. ( ''The raiding room IB ojwa.iltJly lopt HnrjiiaTl and legal holhUryf, from I to 5 the Iml tnlhof- Science may rrad, borrowed or porcfcaiifd. public (v.cordlnlly Invltedft to tv lead the cbarch Jalao lo vUft reading room. J-ff.'. LETHBRICXiE BIBLE STUDT CLASS The' Lithbrldie niblo S.ludrf Itn will -hoU .their usual weekly.'iftellng' (n Ihe llufgman Hall on FrHay nt'3 yCt wqlcomo who HrA Interested In I; MM METHbiilST Rev. Chat. E. CrVgg, B'. D, Piitsr. -Itesidence 320 llth St Paraoragt IM, Church Study 11 2 p.m.: Junior Mission v.' 3 p.m.: Bibta School acd'Blble claw'es 7-30 p.m.: Evening R.vii4 >4. iMcTavlsh of :5th Ave.'. MetibSlst Church, Medicine'' "preach niorning and evening.' Th'e -paslor ivlll be In charge ol both sen-Ices. PENTEppSTAI, T; Pentecostal Mfaslon Cor. 5th St. H, j Rev. .0. M..Ncye, Pastor. Reildence, Street.N. Jl n.m'. and 7.30 p.m. Tuesday thd .Thursday at E p.m. Prayer Servlco. aj. 1514 3rd Ave. N., at A Healry..Welcome Extendetl to All. ASSOCIATED BIBLE STUDENTS Room 12, Stafford Block, 5th St. Mectrngi as'follawa: Sunday, 3 p.m.: Saitfny evening: A 'special rmettldaj' '.'has heen arranged .ai Pait. or B. J. Baker, of at 7.35 p.m. on Great JubllK. It sit Snl" All are Sevtaj free no collection. Chrfiilan Bnde'avoi'. Mar en n .Dnnswortli -leader. i of .Eve uit BAPTISTj first BaptUt ChDrrh Cor. irt Ave. and St. S. C. Baker, Rulor Scrviut li'aiin.-anS 57.30 p.m. A.M. Subject: In tht 'V P. M. Subject: "Tht World Blbla School at 12 a.m. Sunday Evening Prayer Meeting at 7, downstairs. The pastor of Ihe churcb-will conuuci both serrlces.- SALVATION ARMY ttnvcm at 'me Jlh -lit. II a-m., Holiness" Meeting- ,3 p.m. Pralee Meeting and 7.10 SaJ. vatloo Meeting. Week Nig Monday, S p.m lie Thursday, 8 p.m. SBlvttlon Meeting Citadel band In atlendiince. 8 9-in-; fret- and BfeUnV Evtrybatly Wcicoma. CHRBTApEpPHIANS Meet In Mom Hall, Hlglnbothim Wotk. Entrant. St. ini I f 'ffu'itim f n'irfh lo procialinl thVjl'ad tidings of Uie Kingdom ot God. V the World, '.of Revealed In .Hls: Word.-< ;--.V M.I.Vcatij Frtt-. Mo Collection. .'.LATTER DAY-SAINTS1 s'Chrial of Coirnar 7lh Ave. and izth SL S, am. rarnent 2 p.m. Primary 3 pa. Relief 2 p.m.', Vlillori Always Welcome. Ofo, W. Ottn, lull 2nd Ave. N; THE UNITED .CHURCH f' Rev, E, J, Hodgint, PisMtr )J7I Sth 10 Class and'; 11 "Tftt Mvlnt.Lm p.m.: Itc of ihe Su_ ;