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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 2, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE MX THE umwmuGR HERALD TU1CSDAY. 2, 1U17 Currie Praises Splendid C6-Operation of Canadians f Ottawa, Oct.- The close co-opera lllon of all branches of the CtcrMaa. corps Is eulogized hi H general order .lo Brigadier General E. H. Mor- rison, D.S.O.. general officer command- ing. Royal ArtlUery, Caiudlau Corys from UeuL-General A. W. Currie. comiuandlug, a copy ot ulncli has beeu .received tu Ottawa. The crjlcr. follows, has been corniuuciVateJ to ino troops under his command which consist of the Isl, 3rd and Canadian artillery, the Canadian corps heavy artillery and fur help the infantry were Ihe T went y-pli Hi heavy artillery group, by llrlg.-Gen. Morrison ui ihe following order: "The following communication has received (roui ihe general officer commanding Canadian corps: would like It you would convey lo the gunners uodor your comman-l my -sincere appreciation of rhcir .splendid work in our receul and most successful operations, "'The assaulting infantry innln- TYPHOONS IN JAPAN. tain tbal the urllllery has nvver tn'ru more complete. thai (he support has never bccu Letter, and that ihe trasou has uever been so near perfect. am assured by them that S.O.9. calls were repeatedly answered wllh- in thinly seconds. This indicate dta tlyllno vigilance, most learn on occasions wheu were uelng heavily unused, gunners discarded thofr masks In order 10 belter serve their nalHns- This Indicates esprit.-de-corns of the very highest quality. F. O. O.'s. signallers, ami runners did extremely well. must ever be ours when the co-ojwrallon all services is so marked and when ihetr devotion to duly is so nnist a oiling. I desire to most cordially coiigralulKle all con- cerned, i (Signed) A. W. Currle. Lteul.-Gen. Commanding Canadian Corps.'" Xelw York: Oct. typhoons in ihe Lnt.srlor oi Japan arc reported in a cable message received j here today by ihe Commercial Cable j Company from Japan. SI KMT [Try This! 'Hair Gels Thick, Glosiy, Wavy and Beautiful at Once. Certain? that's the joy of it. Your hair becomes abundant and appears as Eofl; luMrous and beautiful as a young girl's after a Danderine Iiair cleanse. JusMry moisten, a cloth vrllh a little, randcriue and carefully draw IL your'ltair taking one small Blrarjd al a This will cleanse the hair of dirt or excessive oh, aod in Just a few moments you bave doub- led Uie beauty or your hair. A delight- ful Vurprice awaits those whose hair has been neglected or is scraggy, fad- ed, dry, brlllle'or Ihin. Besides beauti- fying the hair Danderino dissolves ev- ery particle of dandruff; cleanses pur- ifies' and" Invigorates the scalp, for ever; stopping itching and [ailing balr, tnl what will pleasu you most irill be after-' a lev week's use whea you and downy al tirs really''new hair growing o-.f-tiiuc you care for pretty of.il surely eel a 25-cent Kndwllon's Dander IM from, any drug store or lolle counter and Jnst JL" Grates and Clears fov AH Kinds orTfactidn Engines. 'We manufacture and have In Well Pumps, Roll GrTnders'and Plate Grlndsri. :V-; (i.KisciiELL 'he LtlhbriilBe Iron MADE IN CANADA CT ITS Ttf ARMLANDS the HuOaon'a ud Cmlfarr ud Edmoutm Lul AND FARM MORTOAGE9 The H. Macbeth Agency ii rs ONLY mm U.S. Govt. Hopes to-Obtain Hundreds Convictions ns iifrsuil of Raid TYashiDgton, Oct. great bar- rest of irullctajeDts returned at Chi- cago, iL is authoritatively slated, Is but a fraction of what the govern- ;i will reap as the result of its na- tion-wide raid-on T. W. oDices Sent Only those regarded br the. sovern- meni as tlie chief figures m '.he al- leged conspiracy to Ihwart the gov- ernment in Us war plans bave been indicted, la obtaining indictments against 166 alleged ringleaders ot the conspiracy, the doparljaenl of justice has simply skimmed the cream of the gome in The Army. hicaEO. Oct. for alleg- ed Industrial Workers of the World named in indictments returned here last Friday, was" made known today In various array cantonments, where It is learned, a number of the men sought are. In national service. "A careful check of the registered men Is now befnc made by federal auth- orities who assert 11 will only be a matter of a sliorl time until all ot the ICC indicted men are under ar test. Officials here attach situi'icance lo the several of the In- dicted men In the cantonments, all of Trhoni are, said to have gone into ser- vice .without claiming exemption. One of (he charges made in the Indictment Is "the discovery of certain efforts ol the I. W. AV. to create auto DC the reg- men feeling of disloyalty Some of the evidence used by the federal grand jurj la obtaining true bills, given out by the federal authori- ties sliows that it was contained prin- cipally m Tetters and thousands of which were distributed over the country. From a-book sent by William V, HayirootJ. secretary-treasurer, lo Duluth, Minn., Lo he translated Into Finnish, .the. following WBS taken: "We are going to take over Ihe In- dustries sonic day for three very good Because we need them; be cause wa want them, and because we have the power lo get them. Whether vre are ethically Justified or not Is not our concern." A letter from jBmei Row ATI, cent from Seattle, under date of Au 2 to Hayvrood. iaya: "We hare the good will of the Ger- man people here, and we feel that they are In sympathy with our cause. are going to carry out our points I[ we have to slop every Industry on the Pacific coast." o REDUCTION IN STEAMER ARRIVALS Bftlllmore, Md., Oct. Against 103 arrivals of eign steamers In August iherc were but SS ID Seuteiuber, There has not bcoo an arriTal of a Dutch steamer since anil one Swedish In August. Of the ships 35 ivere British. 32 Norwegian, S JlaHan and oihers scattered. American arrivals were 39 steamers and two schooners from foreign ports. iiippovi. Montreal, Oct. Reporting 'tho meeting ot Liberal here jes- crday ID connection (he election campaign, the Siar says: "It was learned (licit among lue questlous discussed was iliat of ihe western Liberals' attitude f.i retards he offers that have been Jiudo .by 31r llnberi enter a union [orcrnmeDi. It was slated afler-lhe meetius that !lou. J. A. CaWer.'nila-' Ister of railways of Saskatchewan, Las assured Lls friends from the east hat none of (he provincial mlnlilera rom Alberta and had uuy Inteiitlou of Jaluiug auy cabluel beaded by Sir Itolert Uordfn and ho doubted If the prime minister would any supporters lu the goteru- nieut of Manitoba. It was also stated by Mr. Calder, (hat Jlon. A- L: Sttioa, premier oi Alberta, was now Lq New Drunswick, paying (rlendly visits and at the same time making a geccral survey o[ the political- at Ihe request ot Liberals front llio maritime provinces. -p "A general press committee, to deal ItU the newspaper situation In. Tor- onto and Montreal uas suggested. "The report stales that Sir Laurler's active In tho coming caiupalgo. was discussed. It ivas so Hie story goes, Ihe Eovernincut will delay the eletrUo'u until winter so as to prevent Sir Wil- frid froDi touring the country. Ou account of ills age an 'cara olJ, 280d Ids.; 1 Icnm of gcMlrgs) 5 ycjrk old. Vim I oLmaroa, 4 ami 5 ycara oW, 2600 Ibs.; 1 Icarn'of-geldlngE, 5 nnd r, years old, 2500 lha. IMPLEMENTS, 1017 model 5 passenger Chcvrolol louring car, In uso alwul 30 days; 1 Dcerlng Wntter, nearly 1 Kentucky Press Drill; i Imperial (Jang Plow; CoclstiiHl hrcall- Ing plow, nearly nmv; 1 Oreal West BlubMc plow, nearly now; I ,lohn Dp.ero lumber wagon, nearly new; 1'wagon and hay. rack; 1 dine harrow; 1 drag harrow; 1 fanning mill; 5 scla ot double team harness, nearly new; [orka antl numeTOus other articles. Bverylhlng will lie told Ba the nrorrlclor haa hli (arrn. ?umi ol J10.00 under ovef thai' amount credit on furnishing approved Joint ntltt, with a per cent, on all credit 5 per cent, off for cn-in, a.- DA VIES, Proprietor', J. A. SMITH, Auctlonie.- .1 ;