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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 27, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE ElfillT THF. LBTHRRmGE DAH.T JTEIUI.r) SATUUDAY, OCTOBKU 27, 1017 YOU ARE SURE til like NABOB Vacuum Packed Col- fee when you try It. Because It Is 'packed by Ihe Vacuum Pro- cess which keeps It tine and fresh, rich, fragrant and flavory. YOUT grocer aells IL KELLY, DOUGLAS S CO, LTD. Calgary Edmonton Vancouver WTH IKE KHOi 8K17i9iTMRse. 1 SERIES OF i Canadians Make Advance Capture Many Position! WON'T BE TROUBLE WITH OPERATORS WIcuipej. will ba uci tronble wUQ the Great tern Telegraph operators, ,sald C. E. Malette, general cliajrinan or the men; from Calgary to Camubellton, today. that Trhile there had been congLructlon the recent aivard i >otb' conpanr and men liad agreed lo accfTpl the award ol tho concilia- HOD board, U Tvas belnp llred up to by both sldca. I WAS somewhat, peeved LAST NIGHT. George got SENTIMENTAL about my hail AND I told him that having MCE HAIR was a daly BUT. THAT having somethioj UNDfHTHE hair MUSURE A privilege AND 1 felt myself IN THt priyUeged class. I KLIEVE that men don't THINK OF rjiything hut a woman'l LOOKS, BUT I thought GEORGE WAS different Yonni Tor beautiful hair, Canadian Henijquarters In France, OcL I'ana- dlnris have advanced'over hair a mile capturing maoy fortified ulacea- The formidable German position at Heck Wood i3 dominated by our battalions, who are holding Ihe surrounding high- er levels and aivar to Iho north our troops have advanced beyond the enemy's stronghold at Bollcvue Copse and have carried this position. There was sharp band-lo-hand fighting at Lnamkeek-Dellevue, but an altacK of our battalion on the southern ridge (o the riBhl of Ihe marsh bottom PHONE STRIKE HAS NOW BEEN CALLED San Frandico, OcL 27, The ultimatum licued by dsligalcs re- presenting unionized telephone -of Washlnglon and Or- egpn -'sly Ing the piclfic Tele- phone and Company until .11 o'clock totfay to retog- niie the union expired without word from the company. The delegate! went In a to the after declaring a 'strike- 'would tike place sccorJ- ing'to' schedule. found the enemy largely demoralized. We engaged him1 at clost quarters with grenades and forced him stead' lly back beyond Decline Copse. At -6.40 o'clock" tLfs morning the whole salient on the ten mtlo front awoke to the noise of" thousands of guns smash In 5 the German line in a two-hour barrage which demolished his advance positions and wrecked ot our guns iD-treascQ, signs of dis organization appeared. The only severe shelling our in fan iry received was from tiie cnoniy po slllon lo the south. While our ow; poured lead into the Hun pos! lion- he failed to retaliate upon ou batteries, only stray shots falltug i the rear of our forward area. B noon over 10D prisoners had been tap In red-fay our men anil the reports In dicated eitenslvo enemy casualtle. Medicals worked hard lo eracuat tho wo'uiiiletl. In'land whcro yard Is R shell hole and every othe yard mud, sis hearers were require to each stretcher. -The wounded ha to be.carried from 200 !o 3000 yare lo s dressing station. The Canadia Red Cross and services cc operated with the medical services'L relieve the suffer ings ot the vrounde men and provide them with Jiot colic and bisciills, cigarettes and olhc lo help them over the perio SWITCHMEN WANT OF Chicago, Oct. 27. Switchmen of 13 railroads entering Chicago decided today to d-mand wage Increases which would: make a day the minimum. The propos- ed -cale" would give a day helper and a day. foreman while night 'workers would receive in additional 'twenty cenU. his advance positions and wrecked f the (ransfer to hospitals. many of his strong points. The man forward lines are marked by one" long line.of continuously bursting shells while our back areas -were marfced ,by-llie persistent flash ej ,ol fire and roar of' the guns from the advanced artillery posit Ions. Two miles back the heavy howitzer batter- ies rained great.shells on the enemy lines. In the Canadian front line our battalions were, waiting on.-ground v.-hlcli irith a light 'drizzle has turned largely fnln a lime. .f Wallowing forward with a spirit wlilcb, nothing could dampen Ihe in- fantry pressed -steadily on, meeting with the strongest ;oppp5llion at. Dad [arm and Belleyue. Our artillery bar- rage raking the enemy's poslllons, largely demoralized his defensive while our counter battery-work equal- led anything 1n Ilia history, of Ihe Ca- nadian front. For a time the German artillery maintained Ihelr barrage over our forward area but as the fire SPECIAL AGENTS, J, D. Kiginbolham A Co., Ltd. ITHESTOREor BIG VALUES NORTH LETHBRIDGE iCARSTOTHcDOOR PHONE 789. ToEur I-DONALMMH 1 -IBMAM OKN.Al' fcv Wonderful Feat Newly Accom pUshed by-'AIsx anderJBell St. Catharines, Ont., In his speech last ' the Canadian Club here! Dr. Alexan- der Graham Bell, inventor of the telephone said: "If the telephone has reached Its extreme limits, what next? I cannot say what next, but I can lell you of somelhing that hap- pened in Washington about three weeks ago. The telephone has been applfed to wireless, and a man In Arlington, Just across the .river from Washington .'talked with a man on the Elfel Tower in Paris by telephone without wires. But that Is net all. A mnn In Honolulu heard the conversation. From Honolulu to" the Eifel Tow- er Is miles, Ane third of the circumference of the globe: Does it that'we can talk from Any part of the world to any other and without'wire? order in a days time Mnlce yoiii- last another season. Tlie jwllcy of the nation ;if jn'cscnt is to conserve. But the man or woman who iHsciinls clothes just e lltcy a'i'c s'ightly froilcd or is not only indulging in ncci but Is Injnj. which are urjsd nol to In your cedir chetl.' Gel out your litt (all's coali, In your entire ward robe. 9cnd Iheiri '6 uft and Icl ui renew tn'inv _ We'll dean and repair and .nuke U unnecejiary you to spend money for a. Our City Dyeing Cleaning Works S, HALL 0MONE -I-U luking JEig For Air Wnr Next Year and Germans Anxious, ndou. Ocl, General d Henderson, Is retiring us ead of Ihc Briiislt air board la uu- ate an important "special n an Interview today willi the As- ochlej I'rcss' ehall not say much to you about bo plans of the IMUsh air service iiiiinrjute future. That It) be giving iuforniRllciu that Ihe nciuy is very anxious lo obtain. The "enuans are acutely alarmed over tic that Hie rvl les tiro making for the atr >var next ear. Tiicy :ire umlor uo iHuslaus bout IL and they are bt'ndltiR every ffort lo counter it by a stupendous >rograni or tliclr, oivri side. Hut wo lave had the upper hand of Iheni hi be air from the very bCEluiiine and eel sure, especially with Ihe help ol he Untied Slates, that our masiery wUl. slronser notwithstanding all "their efforts. Thu Drllisli flying corps Is from ieyen'ty to a hundred lituea larger (o day than at Iho start of Iho war, ami Wbea will YM Save II you to'l Save NOW? Though your saliryorlneamti Till no doubt Increase, so wllj many llnd (hat (he hller mors than pice with the lormer. Now is the tirp.o (o start a Reserve the Saving] Department o! the Union of li place to keep It. Deposit the extra j'ou have on hand can open vlth any sum, dovn to drav toUmi