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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - October 15, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta ALL. IE 1 Bssm ONT PI ,>.1f 1 8 aw . illililp* r .�5s, � 3* �Vet, Era A** 4 Will fl y T if^ 1 ^ -Avis? 5SW mJ I. Z^- yd SAW* II 3 >' /* COMRADES IN ARMS. T #2 (1) British and French roldicrs waiting /or the word to advance together. (2) French "75" being rushed up to tha front. (3) French' troop* crossing a partially >>-�$ . fyt&^/+*�$ii stroyed bridge 1:1 puniuit of retreating sAi ^�te*friC"f?t'^_> W Germans. (4) The French camouflage thoir helmets | now;. (5) Where the British lines join the! | Belgians. � (6) French reserves of heavy artillery j ready to co wherever Oenerai loch com ncands. (7) Giant shells for British artillery. (8) French sappers building shelters for Allied artillery on the Western Front. CANADIAN MASONS IN ENGLAND. (9) K. S. Cariinchael, new W. M. of the Canadian Lotige m London, England, mi  n\ -..... " -""t^-- 5v" 1ft Yj r It Vt' J 4, ft * .1 - 3* V5* A raw '3^ x 1 ^,1 4ft W Canadian Masons In England H. S. Cnnnichnpl, l'aBscnBcr ami many of wliom a^o Dominion mem-Frtlfjlit M:iiiHMc;- of tliu C'anaclliiii ' Imth ibsIUi-ih in all .parts of Canada. I'u'.'ittr. Orca'u rfinvlicii, was Iiritulli'd Ni> fewer Uian l.",o arc inltluteB of tho W, M. of 'lie Ciinadft J.otlgo at tlm l.oilne, ^i),', mcniliers of tho I.OdBB are Im.lallaUnn >iaii.! ntial .1. (!. Uo.sb and \i a nutive of UIp.sbow. lie lus Uee� conm.Mk'd wild the Tratiiatlantlo sicaini;lii|i irailo since 1888,- when he tnm.KL.ttio Ktatf of tho Stato Line, Vno Canada f.oiU;o .\'o/Ti27 on tUp "liidi jn is'.H whk taken over hy th� Allan l.lup; In IS95 lio /oomiuenopi his Iouk 'oniKution with the Cana- many "'h inovid' ;i Maaon'1: iiiiii� for Ulan I'ncllii: Company at Glasgow, Canadian:! rpt!d"nt m Croat liritaln und IJv-1iii-.-ii front tho Dominion via- traiiKterrliiK to'Its Llvernool offlcft In 1903, whun tho company ostabllsheil liinK tiie 'i.d fi.oi'try. Tlio objc 1 "*-!�. of tho Canadian Pacific nil coni'.donc'c that Fioclnas^ury Ocoan Services, IM.. which manage! miglit ko even HtlU further unHist 10 tho unttro feet of the C. |', 'R. and tin; etcai wofk of for tiling thcsR Allan Lines, Mr. Carriilcbncl has occu. liDtuiiV of "liitllii-olnblo uLtaohiuent1' nlotl tho poeltiou of passenger -and which shall Imcvcr vi>i!to tho com- it-eight manager, and 1ms his hoad- imnrnt iiarls of 'ho British Hmi^lre. intarierr. at Waterloo i'lace, Lotldoa, Tho Lodgo Inn now Wi inoinbuy, England. , Ws:. A ;