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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - October 11, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta THE LETHBRIDGE PAJJLf HHa^AIJ) FRIDAY, OCTOBER It, WIS Zhc Xetb&ribflc Hlberta  lAlLY AND WIIKLY r - Praprlttere an* �ukllcfi�f� �MI UTHf MDOC HIKALD PRINT INQ COMPANY, LIMITBO m treet South, LethfcrHi* W, A. Buohar.an Prwidwt ao4 lUiiaciac Dlr*otot Torrance -  Builnees the gathering to Colonel Seattle but their tribute was not overdone; it was the feeling of all that it was one of the most effective messages from the war front ever heard in Leth bridge. It is a gTeat pity that a packed auditorium could not hare had the privilege of hearing this wonderful address. TSLP.PHONM * Ifitattt Ope*.............. MM SJiiti-rtaOon Ra*M> delivered, wmr week .>�** delivered, per yew......JM� by mail, par rw ......MJ� JHy, by Mil par yaw -g* kly, by mail, par yaw to VM..VM fDataa of expiry oC wbaeHpMa- a� daily on addraa* label. AmpV of pipers cJU. eapiratkx *ata k authority to aoatinue the nb eeftpttom_ , TEAM WORK Every one knows the difference between good and bad team work; between the man who shirk* his share tin the game, and the dependable man. The shirker soon falls out. Canada demands good team work of all her citizens in this war. The soldier fights; the man at home must pay; everyone must bear his fair share of the responsibility of Victory. Otherwise she cannot carry on to the end. 1 The way to prove yourself capable of good team work Is to Sacrifice and Save. If you are not willing to do'that you are the kind of man who is willing to go to the other side. Save to help Canada, even though It involves sacrifice. That Is the way to play the Game. fTHE PROGRESS OF THE WAR British, American and French (troops, who began their big drive on JTuesday, which resulted in the immediate release of Cambral from Hun captivity, have lengthened their bat-^lefront to more than 36 miles, and feave advanced aa far east as the La. fjelle River, an advance of ten. miles, according to reports received up till, last nigbfT Reports of airmen indicated thaf. the Germans were in rout axnd fleeing precipitately: much farther least than that point in the hope .of teaching and preparing for a stand on to line thro.ugh Valenciennes. Le Gateau has been captured by the British forces, #j& are bearing the brunt of the fighting, -while the' French are closing .in ow Guise: With these two railway'junctions in allied bands'the strategic railway system behind. the Hindenbufg line is gone and German o ccupat torr -of l*on h olds by a slender thread. , . Indeed,"iiaon is untenable tor-the permafta*jaii,'a result of tlie French crosstogi-of the Aisne River. This outflanks the German defenses on the base of.'the' angle -the line forms in France;- aid; i id*moIishes practically the defense^lities.of the Germansjalong the la'Retourne River. ' ambition. - 'Beginning life under/the", humblest auspices, he gradually rose; from a minor position in railroading'to probably the most distinguished position in railroad circles in the world. The C. P. R. is the greatest transcontinental in the world and its operations cover land and sea for thousands of miles. The road prospered and expanded to a wonderful degree under his administration.' MightJt.not be to the great, benefit of the nation to use the services of this gifted man in same Public capacity, in directing the solution of-many of our great and serious after 'the war problem*. A man of such wonderful administrative gifts and such wide vision, is needed in the affairs of the Dominion at this moment. Lloyd George has called to his service and so has President Wilson, the geniuses of the business world. Canada should summon Baron Shaughnessy to its councils if only for the remainder of the war and .the fateful period of reconstruction following. 'PICKED UP IN * PASSING w thb tmr'SBi Kingston's 23,737. population is now Hon. W. R. Motherwell of Saskatchewan, favors a maximum wage of to a dayvfor harvesters. Captain Stuart Moore, D^S.O.. M.C., Regiua/has been killed in action. He previously belonged ~T,o the Mounted Police. Rev. Hillis Wright of Cranbrook. formerly of Pincher.Creek has accepted a call to Grand Forks. B.C., Presbyterian church. Mrs. E. E. Everson, an old time resident of Medicine Hat is dead. She was with her husband at Fo$t Walsh as early as 1S83. During 15 successive days recently, the British artillery hurled more than 10,000 tons of shells a day upon the sjpemy, according to a statement by Winston Spencer Churchill, minister of munitions. At Florence. Ont., Clarence, , the little son of Mr. and Mrs. B. Season, lost his life when their house was destroyed by fire. The family was awakened "by smoke, and all but the boy were taken from the upstairs windows. The statement in -certain" newspapers that the minister, of militia had announced that General Rennie is to return to Toronto to command military district No. 2 is without foundation according to a statement issued by the militia department. The attention of the militia . department has been drawn to the fact that statements have been made that enlistment in the force that is being sent to Siberia is for the term of five years. These statements are without foundation. The terms of enlistment are 'identical with those for service in France. N. H. Bacon, who was appointed fur trade commissioner of the Hudson's Bay Co. in 1913, having resigned, the governor and committee have appointed Chief Factor James Thomson to that office in addition to the com-misaionership of tihe. land department, which he has held since 1911. Mr. Thomson is a native of the Orkney Islands, but came out to Manitoba in 18S0, when he entered the service of the Adventurers at Fort Garry. Thr fortunes of a hew and noval Canadian industry are in the hands of H. S, Clements, M. P.,, of Vancouver, who is in New York, with the ' ofiject of interesting the Palmplive Company anthe^iota|F/fOr 1 in his d^coy)ep,l558,5i5, vtid^fmaa The find is Nothing roke out -at their; ba'eks. -' -. Cambrai tonight is ariinfl�tog tain.",' There remained i'rt 'the "cfty Father Tnies, priest of the church of' St. Druon, Two days ago he was ordered to evacuate. He refused because htf had to attend to a dying woman. They threatened to shoot him, but he persevered and today he was caring for civilians who aa* feM for 10 days in the cellars. Schaffner for true & Marx Clothes economy 'THE best is the cheapest"- "�"an ancient wisdom; the deep truth of it is now being made clearer. ' Cfpthes made of right materials in the right way last longer and look betteV; you pay cost i?ss tnan poor more for them, but less than poor stuff. Cppyriaht 1918 Hart Eci^flacr It Mars The reason we talk about Hart Schaffner & Marx clothes and say that if you need clothes they're the ones you ought to buy, is because the long wear and satisfaction you get makes them the least expensive clothes we kriow of. Louis Keel The home of Hart Schaffner '& Marx Clothes 7?93 ;