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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - October 15, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta ALLIED m ARM .4 1 mi m r7 \ % r ' 5^, Si; 6 'A �r-.�'Si COMRADES IN ARMS. (1) British andPrencli soldiers waiting for the word to advance together. (2) French "75" being rushed up to tha front. � � ; (3) French' troops crossingr a partially destroyed bridge in pursuit of retreating j Germans. (4) The French camouflage their hckaets I now, r(5) Where the British lines join the I Belgians. � (6) French reserves of heavy artillery ready to go wherever General F och com- H^agds. (7) Giant shells for British artillery, (8) French sappers building shelters for Allied artillery on the Western Front. CANADIAN MASONS IN ElfGLAND. (9) H. S. Carmichael, new W. M. of the Canadian Lodge in London, England. Canadian Masons In England H. S. Carmichael, Passenger and , many of whom aj-o Doinlntdn mem- Frtlglit Manage;- nt 'the Canadian \ hers reKldent in. all'.parts of Oarfada. PaLillc Ocean Soi' caa. ioine(i_thu staff of the State -Line, I'no Canada Lodge .\o.'^'527 on the u-hifU in iSill was taken ov?r hy th� Regist.r of tho Tnitud Grand Lodpo Allan Line-; In 1895 he/comiiicnced of li:iiglarHl wi:;3 founded in lUll, iii - his long connection with tho Caoa- order lo-provide a Masunic ipntre for dian Pacific Company at Glasgow, Cai^adiana reiidont in Great Britain tran.sferring lo'lis Li verpoolofflcft in' and Bvi'tiirrn from tho IJopiiiiion vin- 1903, when the company established lling tho Oitl t:(uintry. The oijjr-ct nf Ha Iransatlantic passenger service, the iouiukifj v,a:! also to form a bond In I'JOS he was promoted to be general of union between the Brethren of tha passengci' agent for Great Britain \i Dominion and tho ISretlireu of. the and JSurope^ Since the establishment, United Kingdom in tho litrons hopa In lino-iG, of the Canadian Pacific and conlidcncc that Froeuiasourjr Ocean Services, Ltd.. which managei might so oven still further assist In the entire fleet of'the C. p. H. and tiic . prcat wofk of forpiing these Allan Lines, jMr. CarmlJbael has occu. bonds of "indloEoluble attaohiuent'' pied tho positioQ oii passenger-ani which shall forever u_).iito tfio com- troight manager, and h'as his bead- ponent part.s of tho British Bmijirp. ((uarlerr. at Waterloo I'lace, LondoS^ Tho Lodge had now 282 members, , England. ) - ;