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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 28, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE TEN Tim LETIIItniDGE HERALD FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 2S, W7 BOVRIL Repels Colds, Chills, and Influenza MORANE SAULMEK "I'AKASO" FLYING OVER MAMET7 WOOD Ccxiift'KD rnou FRONT The machine takes IU name from the fuselage or body, giving nnofcstruc the fact that the wings are well abo ted view the ground. A' wire clip to hold a cotr's tail against one leg when she Is befog milked has won a patent lor a Mich- igan inventor. SodaBiscuit HE kind you've liked in the tin boxes, now packed in paraffine-lined cardboard cartons (a patriotic the tin Canada can give is need- ed for the soldiers' Get FAIRY biscuit plain, or with just a nip of they're delicious either way. You'll find the new pack- ages hold the biscuit in their usual fresh-froni-the-overi crispness. Most Grocer! Aow Yours can gel them far you. Edmonton, Alfa. Aytnda at Regina, SasVztoon 'Calgiry' and Vancouver 2 Surprise Attack. On the nights of the fth and 9th ot ugust. a small consisting ol n officer and twepty men, surprised le of the enemy's'outposts In Leus id, without loss to themselves, uuted for the whole garrison. Ex- nsive land raloes were blown by e enemy In front of this party, but ur men again suffered no losses, "urther progress was made lu the j line fashion on the 13th ot August. isl ot Cito St. Theodore. The somewhat elastic state of the ont In this area during tho period reduced a silualiou fl groat Inter- si In which the Iroops iiulilliis .the no fully shared. They readily. Japted themselves to Ihe somewhat jnormal conditions and as a result f ihelr Individual skill snd enter- j rise, gained tajwrlaht ground at" xceedingly small cost. Attack on Wide Front. Meanwhile, preparations for.-.rti rincipal attack had.been completed, nd a! 1 25 a.m. on August 25th two 'anadlau divisions ,'aUacked .the en- my's trench syslein front of ,WH yards from Ihe Lens-llelHune oad northward to Bols Hugo. Our final objectives'consisted of line of German trenches which.ran ast of Cite Ste. Elizabeth and.Cite it. Entile. Ihen "just west'ol the'de- cnces of Ciie Si. Augusta ami cast ol liois Kase. The greatest, depth ol. >ur objectives front the old German rent line was -yards. ,Tho -outhcrn half of the ground attacked vas covered with the ruins of a group of mining suburbs of ,Ste. Elizabeth; Cite Kdpuird. Cite .-St. Emile and Cite St. Laurent. The northern half included the j ground known as "Hill 70. together' with Dois Ilase and tho western per. 1 tlou of Hois Hugo. The-whole was] defended by an elaborate network of; Tenches and barbed wire; and studd- ed with Etrong points and machine gun emplacements.-. IN AIMS 11 (CONTINUED FROM VrJayi Amsterdam, Sept. en- try into the war was justified by Talaat Bey, the'Grand Vizier, la B long speech closing the congress the party of the.Union and Progress, according to a despatch from CVn- slantfnople.: tie defended the TarKish treatment-ot the Armenians but j-d- mil tea that the'deportation .could not be carried oiit by regular forces be- cause the gendarmes-had been draft- ed into the army and order could not be maintained. in con- nection with the deportations had been Investigated and the guilty par- lies had been punished severely, some with death. Referring to the pope's peace note Talaat Bey declared that Turkey ad- hered tn the principle of arbitration. Regarding disarmament he said: "We shall oppose co solution which is compatible with He concluded by saying that no ne could say when peace would come but'it was obvious that the end was" approaching. PROCEED AGAINST DEPUTY Parfs, Sept. the end of the sitting ol the chamber of deputies yesterday, Paul DeschaneJ, president oE the chamber, announced that he had received a demand for the auth- orization ot legal proceedings against a deputy- The demand ivas trans- mitted to the special' committee ap- pointed to consider the case of Dep- uty Tnrmel, In whose locker In ihe cloak room were found some time ago a number of Swiss franc banknotes. In accordance vith the regulations the name of the deputy was not mentioned by M. Deschanel. now in line appears to hare brought. home to them tho gravliy'rpf the .out- ook, and despite the sneers of their statesmen and newspapers they :Te- lard the entry of tho United .Stales i nto, the war as fatal to the fatier- and. Saxon, troops surrendered during the day with a freedom which carries i Its own evidence of the frame of mind to which they have-been reduc- ed. On the whole, less resistance was" experienced from block-; houses and shell holes than.-was an- ticipated, mainly owing lo thor- oughness wherewith the '-'an searched the ground. Sniping is again' more prevalent than In the later-.stages of trench warfare, owing to the oppor- tunities the new conditions offer. There are at least two regular, snip- ers in every nest. Australians Praised. On all hands one hears enthuslas- praise ot the work done by the straliaoi. The latest news tins orning is that 'those irresistible oops advanced afresh South lygon Wood. The bomb.played a jnparatlvely small part in the rifle being the.principal wea- ii. The Anzacs had a curious exper- nee at one part of th'e front, where ey -jvere against Germans actually vanclng as Ihe going rward. Our creeping curlairi of re forced the eyimy to fall .back his own barrage, suffering heav- Opening of Agricultural School at Claresholm The Provincial Agricultural School, Clares- holm, will on TUESDAY, OCT. Couttei are offered In Practical Agriculture and Household Science. No entrance examination required. Tht eourje Is absolutely free, The Minimum ags for admlsilon for U fifteen and fc-r Blrlt sixteen. Prospective student! should apply at once. FOR CALENDAR AND FURTHER PARTICULARS COMMUNI- CATE WITH HONORABLE DUNCAN MARKliALL, Minister of AgriciiKurc, Edmonfoii OR w. STEPHEN, B.A., B.S.A, PRINCIPAL SCHOOL OF Londoners Brave. The Londoners had to face the eavlest counter attacks of the day hen at 3.30 yesterday afternoon ey were temporarily driven out of couple of points on the left of our attle front, one o! which they retook Ith supporls. Our barrages were ;aln magnificent, but the German otaliallon started late and was com- aratirely Ineffective. Fuller details of Ihe fine staml of wo companies of the Argyles show lat they were sent out to fill a gap n the line when the big German coun- attack ot Tuesday morninn was eveloptng. The prisoners taken and orpses Identified prove that storm roopa and: lino Infantry of at least our 'divisions participated In this When the Germans .bent ack our line, The Argyles were left veil in the open, wilh German shells lursting all around Ihem anil our jwn barrage In Ihclr rear. They vere apprehensive lest this should be englhencd over them, but It did not nappen. Doggedly these gallant Scots stuck lo the position and seem- .d surprised at suggestion Ibat bey had done anything in Ihe least out of Iho'common. Coats, Suits, Dresses, Skirts, Blouses, Corsets, Underwear, Hosiery and Gloves. Yon Get Real Value for Your Money CORRECT STYLES IN THE NEW MATERIALS, PLUSH, BROADCLOTH, VEL- OURS, SCOTCH TWEEDS, CHINCHILLAS, FULL LENGTH BELTED MODELS WITH PLEATED SKIRTS. Prices Range From tip lo A Splendid Range of Misses'and Children s COATS 't MADE UP FROM AND BELTED STYLES, IN COLORS GREY, NAVY, RUSSIAN GREEN, BROWN AND BLACKS; LINED THROUGHOUT. Selling :it up lo A compleio Fresh Now Stool! ol Georgette and Creue de Chine Waists In all the pretty delicate shades. Sonic, have the new Stock Collars anJ the prices to YOU CANNOT GET AWAY FROM THEN WHEN YOU SEE THEM. Excellent rallies In up-to-date styles Taffetas, Cropo tie Chines and Duchess Silks In colors Grey, Russian Green, Copen, Navy, Kose, Brown and Black. SIZES 34 TO 42 Prices to STYLES YOU'LL ADMIRE WHEN YOU SEE THEM, CORSETS THAT WILL BE A COMFORT TO THE WEARER. C-C A La" twenty or more styles ami prices, front or back lacing, plain or brocaded materials In, white or, flesh; medium or rpV bust; styles.for Godrfeu' Front or fancy balislo cloth, for slender, medium 'or lack Lacing' Front Lacing Models ar.Vli. every figure at prices to suit ritl -'Children's Waists III.... ;65c NEW DISCO VERY OF ANTHRACITE MADE Frederick, N. B., Sept. thracite coal has been discovered a few miles from this city, which re. sembles anthracite ol tho Penn- sylvania fields. .Teats made show It lo produce an Intense heat and lo be almost odorless and cllnkerlossV It ignites riutckly and burns slowly.- It la estimated conservatively that th'cro Is at leasl a half million'ions In sight. WOOL CASHMERE AND WORSTED LINES. BOTH CANADIAN AND: ENGLISH MAKES IN RIBBED ALL CasliHicrc'Kiblicrt Toe, (JOc Heavy Eibbert WorStcrt Hose :it .75c Women's Heal Cashmete Hose, all-wool at 75c and 4....... Children's Caslimevc at .30c Gciits' Heavy-Cashing, fine anil soft .50c sixes 22 to at, upio Boys' SnUs, sizes W (o 35, at from Boys' p.OO, ?lp.OO BIG STOCKS OF WATSON'S AND PENMAN'S FAMOUS KNITTED UNDERWEAR IN COMBINATIONS OR TWO-PIECE IN THE DIFFERENT WEIGHTS AND QUALITIES FOR AND CHILDREN. Ladies' Combinations at-each up to Liirtics' Vests at each up to Girls', up to Girls' Vests and Drawers'at, each 50c up to.Sjil.00 at, up to Boys' Vests and Drawers af, cadi up to Men's up to s Shirts and Drawers at, up to Children's Plush Lined and CANAL TO ACCOMMODATE LARGE VESSELS RUSSIAN CArTURE j; Petrograd, clans captured U mllei .wot of Merl, In Ihe it It announced officially, SLEEPER The map sntfws a proposcd'cana! 16 connect tho Ottawa and SL Uwrcnco Rivera large go I ho head of the late giving a route .to boats w'hlcb k-annot bo accommoiSitert In Ihe St.-Lawrence Canal. Tho distance would be Incrcased'liut Of leeks would bo reduced, Man.', Sept.- ing Oct. sleeping, car passengers on all Canadian' railways will bo obliged to nay lor berths when ed. Tiio W1y exception lo Ibis rule will bo In the cnso of persons outside the rnillrmfof five mltefi from lloket offices where alcoplng Is for sale. In rnav be iHhdo W graph or letter.and spice will be Ifpld until dcparluro of car from the placa where space Is reserved. No troublo will encountered in gelling unused tickets redeemed provided notice, la given prior lo departure of Iranis. No 'agent or" representative of ilny railway, will havo authority (o-vary Irom this rule. LONDON MONEY flridoti, Sept. was scarfl- cr today owing lo demand for treasury anil tho wlihdraw.l of somo American balances, discount rates were firm. Ar- gentine ralls'nnd IlrnzlHan.boncl con- tinue, lo Improve a tilt largo liiislircss was (io'lio In Viibbcri Milliplrtg anJ cop. per'snares at ;