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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 26, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta "S fOLUMKX. LKT1IBI1IDUK. MONDAY, NOVEMBER 2G, 1917 NUMBER 2- GLORIOUS ACHIEVEMENT CANADIAN CAVALRY Canadian Cawlry PUy GJor- ious Part in the i on SLASH THEIR WAY THRO'.HUN DEFENCES Capture Gilns In Wild Rush Cut Off In Des- perate Fight Canadian Army Iteaaguarteji In Trance, Nov. the Canadian Overseas Canada was 'splendidly represented la-ilhe jreat BrlltEU advance of November 2 which broke tho Illndenburg line and drove the enemy back on Carabril For tbe first lime since the-German Direst from Bapaume spring, the Canadian cavalry went really Into ac- llpa wllh their horses. Operating from the right centre, op .ppslta'tboiYlllago of Masnleres. Ihr cavalry behind the line walled al Sawn'Jor Ihe Blenal which would tend them forivflrd aftor. tho tanks" and In lenlry tad opened a way. The ]y awaited signal Game, and "hi .tor-leather Fort Carfys" galloped "the But Masttieres was no bridge over the- rfreT hi JnSnt'oi the Tillage had coIUpeed .'nn- d'ir liie.w'elgbl'of a British tank awl tbe approach to It wu by -'ene- mjvrj'le and -machine eon lire.. Fo h an hour ahd the Tort 'QarryV frilled under'heaTy ,An them1 ac'roaa .tt river', b'sf they were wit ally) VWeV.tne file the dbrnouEtfa nwri horses gpl acroia; the 3.30 whenvtuey penetrated. .11 enemy's country; through Ihe wire cut by (Ke British Irpbps who wjere aonO- ot-tho. lo'wn, and.'galloped: "into th ,-W'- i; A Glorlpuia Enplplt }AVliat.-rbllpWB-: equals'. ahythfaic eiplolU: In .the history 'bt.la empire. single squadron fonnd -1 aelf all alone. Rating. wit the'enemy1 to the Hghl and. left.a Fo'rt Oarrya galloped In 'sec- tions over. the hill, con- Hie..', enemy's; mpTementj ChajglnE-jtoirri'the Aslope, tiey -fonn themselves facing .a hoetUe of four light ficrwm field, gnu Charging ilijf'gtiL'.'foT- the everything came; the o (fleers'and men raced'to', the gnni. lu line of.lrobp columns, they advanced, 'coming "on so''avrlftly that the entmyj .'had no .time to.man two of blfl inns. One was cut pH cjit of action. The gunners attempted 16'blow up the pieces..- the iwprd .Uie cavalry .wiped out y. The 'majority..of the, eaeory'a! fm- nBrBi-'Rllemrifed-' to oUte'n flat tfw grond. Only-a very-few aiood to aUenUon. beelde their On swept' ihe..llttle BQnadron> re- Infantry were ngmged, onr soldlera went on uulil dusk found them two miles inside the South Alberta Casualties Killed If But Mil. LttlibrMce, Beit- JokBMB, lyntbbrlJje, ot MB. wl JokBMB. Lo Kunbolrtt. tiuk. PUL Pteher Creek, Everybody Sell "i a.Bond! UttkcUM anrk In the Victory _ .tie committee lae hu 'flatted a acheaie whereby eveiylxxlT Is matte a otorajew, though iey do cot appear oo Ihe list of of Itlal canTasieri. Er-eryone la urged nol only to buy a bond but to eell a Kind. Tha at those successful a Mlllng a bond during tha feck win be published. Unofficial eaafos Bers iaust bring their to he boud of trade to ippllcatlons. Here is a list of lioss who have aold i bond, itartlng Monday, Nor. 25 1917, up lo 12 o'clock BOOT: C. B. Crest. T. Christie, Diamond City. Frank Ootpmaa. Jno. McD. DartiKm, W. 3. Nelaon. J, TV. Iron H. J.'.H. SWrlb. BJani sirpplled at Board ol TrmUe oufUlng. taken al VfuA-t-.Tnifi The Victory Loan Campaign !n Complete Control Accord- ing to Correspondent of London Paper REVOLUTION COMMITTEE HAS BEEN DISBANDED Russian Minister Says German People Hand-in-Hand With Russians Ixiodon, Nrcv. 26. Moscow is under the" complete control ot the Botaliu'vfk committee, accordlug to the PclrOKrad correspondent of the Datly- Matt, who ileu Moscow lojt week. M. a private eoldlcr, baa been ap pointed commander In ehlct ot tho SIoscow ralliUuy district, Tho streets are rilled irlth crowds of sightseers tho correspondent says, and Uio chops were open but business la at a'fitohdsUll as everybody la diacuss pojltlcs. All administrative of- fices ate In confualon. The relaUons between the classea and Uia masses aro more Bfralned tban ercr before and the masses are belne LoM that the classes u'lll have to pay their n-ages. The Bolsheylkl hare ordered tbc banks not to pay out more than 160 ro'iWes- weekly'on each account; but, according to tbe consatondent, the average family In MOBCOW canV-ot: exist on this sym. to Army Support 26. Proclamatlona hiya been posted- alleging that Lothbrldge district IE ihown In the above map n quajter of a million dollars Uie laet week of the campaign for the Victory Loan. The drive on the third line trcncbea started this moriilD Tlie objective for each (lay this Week Is belter than Oa Friday and Salnrday of last Keek tho objecllve was not reach- ed.. The big committee and tie can- met In the Board ol Trade building on Saturday night and ar- rangements were' made for the irhlj-1- wlud finish of the campaign. It Is lust possible, if the results do. not coma up to (hat a clrlc joliday' may bB'.declnred on Friday in order that every'-'rnan, woman and child in the city may take a Jay for a !lnal clean-rjp of pojslhlo vubscrtpt- Pre'rloiiily rccoriled Officially recorded Saturday., Total first twojks. {5 is blocking efforts lo'pro- Tlalon Ute army and to funda for the enpport .of the government. lUned by Lenlne and. Trat- v Anotheri proclim.illon. forecasts r ntElricl.l.-Ciptn. >rcKny flu.600 District Z, cipU -JC W. Grace J0.600 District G. Qretn _ Comwrriptiwi the itot Str.Rob- -Rllcheoir rtiult of an--------- crt Bortui fiqiu ad draMlig Ibe electan' acre night, 1__J "-1 4f.' lud' .Al- In.which he was hcwtU Sir Hubert .accepted the sUiajtonl Oiv-irto. ralnly tried la qieU i any only; man who wal allowed cbO, the, 'uiibrilBt: ca-tttdale; and he laternipitd The dlstnTfctfB'.hepl a pajnan. tluongh tie na'ln' Btrteis iirrfai-i tanrlw bannen, ana, threat- mad rn IK (Coollnued on Page All UMS tut (Jhieago Tp One OpOTiOon ill railway :llnes out 6{ Chios KO a ous thote .of an KOT. on thenscrlloh of yolks Zeltungjhat llie Dennan.government parBuIng arjne.Ta'ttpnlat 'alma in Ihe the Socialist' organ, .''According to'. Ihe forernment's own declarations, (hat In. Incorrect. If it were correct, the Boclil-Dempcracy would: nalurally alive' (b 1 up- s posIMm p( sharpest hogllllty to the Spvcmment. If It now lo negotlatlbnB'wIth the German gbvernme'nt will soph recognlzo lhat It could'nol Btrive'fof any.other peace which Ihe Oprman people desire.'The Herman people will not wage war five mfnitet .tongfjr In ofjjcr that AnstrtRn knd Courland- Llthiaaala PruMlan.' STRIKE even car oiBployftr! nre (die toAfrf, rtfining Ibey. in "not- to wear Union bnltpni. cap a soldler.and es- caped last ril'ght but .wms captured la the uniform of .an itallu T ra'icWne gun fire.but he. Ger- hlan rifle with engaged, the: enemy single hajided- he -worked -anlil h'o reacheil his There, is not. much'humor: Ips of occurred-'which Is rnaking' British air serrlce laugrntoday.'f One of; tho yauoEest Uniish flying ot a low altltiioe' whe'ri lour'ot the enemy opened oh .Him. swopp- ed down-arid alibi three .euls as.he aw.ept by. .The chine gun-kept firing In a spirit 'leaned over the Elde ot his car and wrig'gleiJ his fingers in joyoua derfslon al. the German. Jojl.as In Ihe_m.id3l of Ihls opponent put a bullet.iguarely.lhroaih the'palm.of the hand. The ariator. presented himself: at' a drestlng'stallon and when Initted the troth -consolatloil 'roara of .laughter aiid'. advice-lq- be more polite to fprced on Friday, Ing in a rush, that tbpk Ih'em-.thrpugh: Jlourloh. waves of-fnfanlry surging.back tnd forth through tbo. streelB ;pf tne let, "crinisdri the. story'of tha Gradually, 'the, Germana back, llic British presaln.g. with grim which Uio enemy, could not. witlutand .and-, thef hamlet was finally cleared of or'portion nf the German trrjpps, stfll re-? rj'iJruji In Bonrloa to be raopped.up, all-ihe main Btreeti'.of the place' hcd carried andV H was Burrbjinded' by'a strong force of British, aoldlers. A..little to the Bootawest-ot. here, an-; other .intense llrogrle waa Being staged In the rlllaEe ot MoeDTna, Into 5hlch the-British-had baltled lielr ivay witrf" rifle and baybiiet aod tto Oefraans bnt of th'e, sb.arUiern half, Elsewhere along front there was no-Infantry aption.af, :V' Importance. r Jy '.-.i Prisoners' continue lo arrive Brlllih edges from captives thus fir counted, nnd 200 In the capture of Bourloo "wood ,ylllsge the British haye acqnirfid fjos- 'v session of ono.of the.rabst points -they have :the1' great drive bsgan .Tuesday.; Tjiia'. high ground and Ha'occupation'holds sjr'-, ptsslblllty-that bo forced to tieir lines The Bobrlpif potltlpn aJao oTerlookE h.vd.: not V It walled from form tag 'ibiirfcrsV against nn.idraiice frpra the it seems CainbVat niigrit Bl-; tlmately. ef'No.; liaa's I on boln.nUtM that taUmncltnt wl.Ui flM ojl 'cithedjral'and plct- ;Y. wills wpy 'of Peaces Waahlnftisn; tlont of Auatrla, .key. an'J Bulgarii, of the Senate 4 foreign relallona conMnltteet- declare'd fo4ay, ed "txeetdlnaly. advli'itle to ilm- A jltuatlbn nonv.anaomaloue." "We .In he "now t wir.wlth tillea." s o NOT. Thev ________ df'BcrilD a" 4. dfipatctf from Zurich to.theet- -feii .tb'if cimmltlec: pt, tho Bundesrath, pretuVably been called Ihe Mllllary Service giTsn H- olher reminder of Vte'dettrDiiaAtlon .rbindftilerjj'iin when d'scjuail Pt Al liambra dance hall, on Sktm-day; night Over 200.men had fair partners and a.more preesing wllb Ihe to iiallsfy llie-mXi.. joymenl lha't they the only accept and. thtt.ftoi.Katti forthcoming by'nloe iiaja 'tnnn. they were ilrta" bprpr- .TiH'rteir'. reJpicflra ipniei W A" at VfJ LlL. I thtei .1 :A of tralfle tn tart .h'is ponrlng bnt of Caanbrat toward JcrV'. cmtJBt'flhB prbfaabillty Uiat Uie'.Oer-; raaiia hare eraciitited the clvlllin pop-' ind arp preparing lor .'trffl-i the Germans BlUched the. 'grealest Importance to wpoir arid (ho vlllago was fully by their strenuous. Intense counter allncka hiirled the. British lines. thrusts wero dplivered-by the.enerayl aitorday. Somb of Ihem" but tie British hlely. gained -tho The tlgillng wonded i of thla of anil later Iscrets- Wliy-IO, aavpl MJ Hoaf IB- ed to ,f ImriCt OT .-Tetnii- V-' !'i'" ;