Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - October 1, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta
TUESDAY, OCTOBER 1, 1918 THR rjRTTfBHTDfTK DAILY HKRALB PAGE THREE THAT SON-IN-LAW OF PA'S By Wellington Hani* OBPWAPV, HWIN6-A MCWfWM LION ABOUT ^THE HOUSE JUT fTIBTHE cwuf veing shown how. to wear a gaK hiask, which according to. Mr. Buchanan is a very unpleasant experience. Going further into the country, iMr./Buchanan gave a very interesting description of the repair ordinance depot, the salvage depot, and the huge bakery at Calais. On this aide of Arras the first evidences were seen by the party of shelling from guns. Mr. Buchanai spent,.two days with the Canadians Jn this vicinity and met there Lieut. General Sir Arthur Currie, whom he describes as being a big man in every respect, and full of consideration for the troops under him. , Here lie saw Vimy Ridge, a-slowly rising elevation full of abandoned trenches, barbed wire entanglements filled with ruius. 3oing on further he, saw the ridge leyond Vlmy, and later met Brig.-!len. J. S. Stewart of Lethbridge. Mr. [Buchanan paid a glowing tribute to Gen. Stewart for his splendid work Later he saw many Lethbridge men, those of the 39th Battery, and some of the 78th. After spending two days with, the Canadians the party went on into the (French lines, meeting Sir Douglas JIaig and on 7tlK Ave. South. Floor and finish in hardwood. Rent reasonable, immediate possession. Apply 604,6th Ave. S. ' ' 247-6 TO RENT-Seven-roomed fully modern house with gas, with option of buying furniture reasonable. A good proposition for: Uie right party. Phone 603 or apply 203 5th Ave. S. 245r3 MR.--are ton satisfied with your present living quarters f If not, go up to the "T" today and\ see for yourself the benefits and privileges awaiting you there. -The ratei ire low. "or. 4th Ave. and 10th St., 8. Fbom 147. NOTICE Tp OWNERS ; OF VACANT HOUSES .