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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 5, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE FOUR THF. i.RTHHnmr.r: OAIO IIKHALO FLUDAY, OCTOHKLl letbbribge Rlbei'ta 2A1LV W EEKLY Sufcicrlpllon CaHy, delivered, per Dally. dellrered per ywr ......S5.0Q DflUy. by mall, per year.........M-00 by mall. year bj- mall, per rear to U.S..JX-00 TELEPHONES Business Office EUuoriaJ Office W. A, Buchanan esfigofap sonti'ihhiff under J3.5C niunib from his pay, auv inhale sol-' diet may obtain a Jo.tH'O policy aWe In Instalments cllhcr ut death or' (or iHHfrtUtikil disability. Slut liar pro-i from companies (under war-clause conditions wouitl rosi him JCOO i year or more. Id not sni'h an insurance schtiue practicable or desirable (or Surely RTiy i-aivlul consideration of ilie contrast Ix'twcea (Tio respective provisions made by two nations must lead lo tUe vouclUaloa ihsl Can- ada should tlo materially bettor than ai present (or lier citizen soldiery and liiflr dftifftdeals. COKIUOJI de tun lids H. Presided and John Director Business Dates of eiplrjr or ap- on address label. Accept- IDCG of papers alter expiration our authority (o conllaua tie crlptloii. Ycur Klrg and Country Ycu Rlflhl Nowl THE PROGRESS OF THE WAR The expected British offensive de- veloped yesterday east ot and TO PUT BULGARIA OUT OF BUSINESS. The pUn of the allies in llal- iaui-, as f-in st logtoa is to adrancfi upaa Sofia, rapl- la) of Bulgarii. which would rut com- munications between Germany 'and Turkey, practically eliminate Bulgaria from ihe VST. and present 10 Turkey a situation which render ll nd- Tisabtc for her lo sue for separate ppace on the best terms sue could ob- tain. Germany Is said to be Orating great quantities of supplies, espe- cially oil and vhest, from Turkey, has proved one ot the most Important this traffic cannot be until victories ror the British in the war, The drive has advanced ihe British the line ts cut by the iutercatiuual army now operating in Macedonia. lines for nearly' m-o miles in depth on.- The delay lu the mobilization of a Tide front, and has forwarded Gen-, the Greek army tor use on the eo- erftl Half's advanced jwtts to a point j leole sidfl or ihe war, has been due! dangerously close to the Ostend Lille' to lack of equipment, which is to be line, which ihe Germans are strhiug j by France. England and the desperately to protect and prevent from capture by I he forces. Tbc outstanding feature of tbe lat- Bit oflenalve 15 Ilie Urge number o[ lirisonerB belog raptured. The Ger- mans, who had planned tin attack aijalnst Brltiah positions, but were light in the allempl by (be British barrage, are apparently orefconje irith terror of the British attack, and have 'been, surrenderlne by the hundreds. The drive be noted tor this as much. for the grouad nlned. The enemy has aleo suffered heavy losses "In wounded and billed. The f'rencb front has been produc- tlve ot lillle activity) save enemy ar tiilery fire on the Verdun front, pre saglag attacks made Jbem yesterday, but easily repulsed by the French. ITnited Slates. This explanation the delay vas communicated to the Greek legation at Washington by the Foreign Athens. When the necessary equipment has been obtain-. ed Greece will tie able to furnish 000 ineie for the war. H is learned thai an almost absolute equilibrium has been created In the Balkans between the allied Cofces and those of the Central powers, Turkey. and Bulgaria. The men Greece Trill add to the allied troops will giro ihsm a preponderance of strength Is expected Lo ortreorae the enemy theatre. (BRITISH VIEWS OF -SOLDIERS.VOTING. Sloce. Canada-has arranged OT 'Mtempt.lo (laie :the votes qt-ihe soIdiers'DTerseas, U -Is.. InlerestlaV lo Ihe matter "Vas discussed'in ,_the .BrUlsh House, ol Commons on a proposal. Lo Moreover, It has been indicated in recent dispatches from Home that Ihe by: larga Italian army in Albania is pi paring lo co-operate with a drive jflcainst the foe's right Bapfc. Kurlhcr, information motions that the U alia a 'troops.are building roads in difficult country' although the Auairlans and their Bulgar and Turkish allies are trying to prevent the -work. By late Spring the Anglo-French commands will assembled [n Macedonia large quantities .of ma- PICKED UP Kov. 11 r. at L'oiike'a I'jrool'yU'rimi Tor- onto, s.iM hell Is l'io place [or profil- don GLIS Power Coiujiauy, ILujlcd. to tlie Caiiaila Klectrk; Cor n't'Oiiipiuy cdniposod ot uu- lutervsts In tuo cf Clcve- Lieut. JI. C. Ueaumoui, of Medicine Hat, lias won the Military Cross. The Ked -tbeAYar k.onveii- ion will be held on Oct. 23. The Monkland ai Fergus, Out., deilreyeil Arc. Oriliia is ercrtiug a Spldiers" Mem- orial i, GupJpb Ihls year claims a popula- tion uf H. H. Earlc> KXV, leaving llaitic- ford. to rcsidu In Vnntouvcr. Toronto .city street iloaners and garbage weiit uat OIL yirike. Roy Gowor. 30, was talitlly iu- jiired by a yard riiRiim at London. Chun-hill urn LUC peril ha boxes October iuii3 ouibargo hav- laml. Oliio. G. A. thi' last 25 years Irjs been inu dlrwtor of (he Oranduu Kletlrfc lius been aiipoliUeJ R manager of llio new cortiorutlou's wlio for pcrllfs iu Tauadlan will aUmp! !o] MeJirlco Hal board of trailo Is tak- be for missions" during the ing vere playing. Hamilton. II is titimHKd. will be abls to furuish twice ns many nt as vorc required for Us proportion of' completftl of the Ihe first draft uudor Ihe Military Ser- properties of the Draiidou Electric vice act. limitetl.. ami the Ilran- Examine Consider Decide slowly Now is the time when counts. Look for it in your Suits und Overcoats. Fair The name Fit-Reform is Safe guarantee of Quality and Satisfaction. -BE terials (or decisfTe operations It is some quarters that allow men ssniiis willi (he forces to salesmen, laclndiog Ihose ol )le: at a general election -by1 Bilgsrla, Jarorca a selllement o( the their wl'rK or plher relatives rotlog" nueslloa br thetnseHes rarter than by the great powers. The latter, JOT them. The Home Secretary" said it jiuposslbie .to lake a 'pollf at .the front, and the goTerniaeat bad'there- fhftt- tnere shoiitd'-ae Jim.-ted prpiy role. Where a man bad no wife father or Eurvc, The ol the orphan mlglil leyulrc farther search ID the table of 'cODsangiiinllv. Colonel .Saundcrs moved an amend- ment liislrucfiog registralion officers, on of Ihe register, to registered voter serving abroad, a proiv paper. Ou this ..the .Toter nominates, a person to vote for him at the election while he Is awar. .Mr. Pelo tbougbt such a roter sooner eierclse a vole through the-poEt. Mr. Herbert Samuel said where a roaa could trust his wife to vote as he wished tiif matter might be stlnple. but what of Ihe danger of fradulent duplication? Mr. Arnold Seplored Ihe scheme a away all the sa- gacious limitations upon Ihe vote for women It practically conferred un- restricted woman's franchise. Finally, consideration of Ibe clause dealing -with absent voters was poat- poned, Sir George Cave saying that during the recess he hoped lo dcvlic a melhod of extending Ihe principle (o Uic merchant marine. BETTER TREATMENT OF-OUR SOLDIERS, Inquiry' by the Winnipeg Hilary shows thai under the Manitoba -Madiera' Allowance Act, wldoiv In that provlnre w it was "pointed out. have never suc- ceeded in. finding a Eolation of the problem by balancing the interests of themselves Id the Balkane, and It was Ibal the second Balkan war n -all probability would have been averted had not the powers Interfered. The'acUoii of flermany and Austria, IV23-. charged, precipitated the sec- ond Dalban war. Premier- Venlzelos of Greece thought to favor a Balkan confedera but dlplomals hold that the pro- posal la Impractical and unrealizable- It Is knoro, lowever, that the en tente powers zfe depending to a extent upon Yenlzetos to assist them In reaching an adjustment la concluded thai will at le'asl prevail for many yeara a new of the peace In the Balkans. ]D vierr cV the Italian cluims the eastern shores nl the Adriatic, OfcyM'Ii expected lo receive some territorial coftlpenaallon on the .Asia Minor shores, but the extent of compensation will lie measured by the assistance she gives to tho allied arms against the central empires, Bul- garia and Turkey- Some people claim thai the noldCers are not favorable to yet every Great "War Vclerana tlon goes on record In favor. Thai la 'good proof that they are In favor. [n changing the method of raising the Patriotic Fund there la no need to change tbO method of dlstrlhutlng (ho money The Pa- triotic t-Umrl has a splendid crganlza- a family of four chtidreri mny receive j and 1L ahpuld be'Tnalnlalned. 172.80 n month from the province, while a soldier's widow with similar tamlly receives, from Ihe Dominion. only J55.CO a almost JI7.00 less. II Is Interesting lo Hole also '.hat (as. a result of an Independent Is the aupiilemenlary allow, ante to such soldier's widow anil family hy (he Manltolja Patriotic lieinff cs I a Wished Ijcyo'n-! question lhal something over Is aliuuliitcly for liarest decent living' In ejrh IHI.V as you will lie tin; '.'juilg'c" us (0 we liavc to wlfci'. Our jissnrtiuoj'ii- wns never lyrejitnxO'n.r poin- piirc t'.JVoraljiy-'wUlf scarcity.of luiitci.'ials ;uitl in CDinein anile'will Slip-On Overcoats M.'trte in jdiiin yiTys, I'uiH-.v'i weeds in n icty Prices JjfKS.OO 1111 (u'ijiaii.OV Heavy Weight Coats -Ulster style. Shown ni jilaiu and i'ltiuiy Prices Extra Special for Saturday arc extra special in MEN'S NEW I'ALT, tt't'iri'S [or end. Tliesc' are worth inorc (liaif we sisli. Special Saturday Fit Reform and Society Brand Suits _ All the atm iialtenis for fall and wintvv. Prices to Sweater Coats Men's in greys, fawns, itiar'oiHi. Any slyle. I'ricc.s (u Underwear.- Men's uiidei'ucar in fleece lined and pure. and heavy weight rib- lied. Hhmfields, Walsiiiis, Dr. Jaeger, Wolscy and (ttliei'iyakcH. Ti'ice per ffariiieiit, Ijl2.'2r> anii up. Dress Shirts Dr. Jiietfers, anil (i, Dress New FalJ Hats HorwiJiho, Sletson. Mallory and odier o .150 If yi.Mi.iiayeiiot visiled our we invite !n cull oiu1 varieil tsliowiiiii' of new fall atid .wifiler CoiiKvin whileseiection is at its best. McKelvIe BLOCK 2" M'S. I'Alcn'sWearin Koiilheni Alliei'lu. McGuEre ;