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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 8, 1914, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE POUR Til LETIBKIBttr ftAItY WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 7; Sbe "fceralb DAILY AND WEEKLY SUBSCRIPTION Daily, delivered, year. Dally, by mail, per year by mall, per year TELEPHONES Business Office Editorial .Office W. A. Buchnnan John Torrahcs MatjaElng Director Business Manager THE PRESENT POSITION The progress of the Allies north- wards on their left wing continues They now have reached a point north of Arras towards Lille, which IB a forward move from the vicinity of DOuai. This progressive northward mov ment naturally delws Uio accomplish- ment of the turning of the enemy's right wing. It is apparent that it is caused by the extension of General Von Kluoi's line northward by tbe addition of reinforcements brought In from the German forces In Belgium, mating the .travelling Alliance to Its extremity further ler ASBee. trhile. adding to the length of Its extended Tight wing on north, the enemy Is making strenuous attempts to creak tirough the Allies' line at the south in the neighborhood of Roye which stande about tween Sotssons- and Arras. At the junction of the Somme and the Oise rivers is taking jdace violent fighting to carry out and to frustrate this plaiu The whole Joroe of the long pro- tracted battle appears to be centrated on a Una paralel to-and aurlh oJ tie Oise in Its upper-radons. It Is no longer tie battle of as-It was named when but may he more oomotly as that of tbe TJpaer Otse. NAMES mm Mtevtaf for the I Euroye that -ta "M as aftle the aot Good Dealers Gladly Sell You BLACK WHITE 9. BOBIJN. Caa. 441, ali names Taw on tte Some ol PICKED UP IN I A3SING FOR THI BUSY MAN The people oTForest have lerwarei 560 to the Red Cross. Rmd Charles- James O'Nell was electroou d in tite G.T.-R. rouaduouse at Sarhl A policeman, burglar waa senteaee. to niaa in Long lslaarer tke Water, and Light Co. and win curate it ee Hydro-Elnctric lines. Rer. -D. o: iMeOregor of Toronto r __ tndueiea Into pastorate of St An dnw'a church at Loo reuellof Toronto .was killed In aa'.tuiemeblle accident near.Hyd tark, Leudon, Ont. lAYal of Montreal has In- aofuatea a caapdn to raise fiiife for tae rwtvntlM of the Louvaln Uol Owing to coaditieni not 91 nile bid was received fer the plant f Thomae Bros., Ltd., at St. .Tbomae, wnloh went insolvent. Several hundred dollars' worth of plum were seised la New York when ollce raided a bnUdlng and afrmted young man. Prices in New York's four city mar- eta wwe found to be from 10 to 60 er cent lower than those charged in he stores. At Abereeen, Scotland, about 800 vB joined the arm'- for all grades of le sertice, but neatly the Gordon The Naval and Military Institute, Guthrle street, Edinburgh, ,has been aaced at the disposal of the troops in Edinburgh. The deatn Is announced of the Rev Charles IHward Lalng, dean of Bard uey, Lincolnshire, England He was knewn In. connsctlon the Bardney Abbey excavation j At Blythe, England, recently Ban Orey announced Snat it the Inten tlon of the military authoritlts to form a battalion, of the Northum- berland Fusllleri Col. W. B. Gordon of the Gordon! ilfaUadera. .who won the Victoria In the South African war Is among the officers who are reported in France. table. marked For Wench wort ed as tuoagh It epelaei the "B." not the woM dyiag-away, wttk a twang. French f Ayae. zass. e en. Ura (a torM Chalau-Qwl Ion (naeal.) on. Chateau ie aal an (aa- sal.) Chateau (a ir. BM ay. ar nay. (aasal) eih. yere. are. vai a> bunk (r net ed) (r sttaat) air Mawngs ay Inrot con (uaseJ.) 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FRY SONS, TO 0000 WiHVrCl. cakm, 'etily M7JO Slssjew, and f row Oiecfew; .hird-clase, cleetd eablqa, Rate! te cn.nge netlce FROM MONTREAL. LEfrriA" October All mfonaatloa ckeerfuHy fur- nished by agents, er H. C. LIOMAN, Afeitt Main St, ORRINE rtR MINK HAIJIT aalfwaUy mmMbil KM Ofc- hata nMtrUt ttw Tiitiaia "brtak HaWi" Mkar fll ettiHaf, aal M la lie witat to tvarantM If, irtal, ?7av-_ aw Aak far ttm One ftara. UL. TheJNorth branch of the Ca- nadian Patriotic Fund raised at a social on Friday night and the col- ecUoas at the Patriotic services in the Presbyterian aai Methedlst churches i .advocates of temperance in Oat, have offer there to hand over the treasurj to-the Pat- If.-taey will call cantalgn for tkli year. THE CANADIAN BANK OP COMMERCE __t s SAFETY DEPOSIT BOXES. THE WRECK AFTER HEAVY BOMBARDMENT Wtito, Title D eoixau ia tewe which hts the English force since tliVvictoiy on i_ >4> _ ;