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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 30, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta WllDAY, AtJGOsr 3V, I'JIB THE LETHBmDGE DAILY 1IERAIJJ PAGE FlVhi Haig's Men Cross Hindenburg Line In the Vicinity of Buliecourt With the British Forces In' Aug. Is reported that Ballleuil, on the northern side of the Lys salient, has been evacuated by the Germans and that the Brnlsh are entering the town or may soon occupy it. AM the country south and west of the river Somme is now free of the enemy. Longattft and Ecoust-St. Mein, of Buliecourt, are re- ported to have been captured to- day by the British. London, Aug. "Troops of Marshal Haio. today crowed the Hlndenburg line to the couth of Bullecourt. In the Lys salient the British forces are ported to hrve taken Noftte Boom, tEiree miles south of BaUteuil. 7 The German! have retreated from the town of Ballleuil. North of Soiwona French today captured Hill 159 and they now the high ground between Sotstons and Ltury, according to Information received from the battle front this evening., New York, Aug. Associat- ed Press the front from the Soinme, south to the Xojoa region, and thence east to tho Altelte, a sector which im- portant at pros cot, the enemy appears to have checked the French until .he can extricate himself from the peril- traveller what him fit while "on "FROM FACTORY TQ HOME" Economy Means Buying s Worth While Thing Poor quality means waste many people buy inferior pianos who are too thrifty to Buy clothing; utensils, or machin- ery of poor quality. Every day. prove1 that ily: pianos for', leas tnohay' oftou paid fcrcrit instruments. Ou'rJ "Factory lo Home" system SAVES.' MASON R1SGH LIMITED BALMORAL BLOCK FIFTH ST. S. tETHBRIOOE AT A.M. QUANTITY OF SUPERIOR HOUSEHOLD Important Auction Sale Favored With Instructions irom Mrs.' J. W. Kerr FRANK wiLt- OFFER FOR SALE, BY PUBLIC AUCTION, AT JHE PREMISES, At5156thStS. AND EFFECTS INCLUDING, Two maliogftny dressers nnJ commodes; soliil oak boJ- colt spring, foil mattress; brass lied, coil spring, felUmattress; library fumed oak, rocker; stair carpeting; large framed plate gfaas mirror; Singer sowing machine Arconcllllon; box china cabtnet ami secretaire; oak rocker; oak occasional tftblcj'S'caritct squares; 2 pairs genuine tfavajo eiderdown guilts; 0 pairs feather pillows; 12 pairs 12 pairs.pillow cases; C pairs spreads; congoleiim rug; dresser; mlsalon oak arm chair; McCiary cook atove; 3 pairs ne-w Hudson's blankets; uortlerfi carlftlns; taTv cslry drapes; 405 XVftcbesUr. automatic riMe; a iargft of ncv (able Kncn and (oweWnsi whlW enamel bed, Eptlng ami md'sUc oak dresser; jardinere alinds, akin; large quantity of uotkery, cutlery and kitchen ulcnells; pictures; curtains; wimloiv shades, etc., etc. REMEMBER THE DATE PHONE 770 ous pjsitSou in the salEent between the Somuie and the the Olse. 1 'Troareea southeast of Arras would1 ieem to he the important feature from the great bailie front. The Canadians, it appears, ari slowly ad- ncing along the road and arc the gap lu the fam- ous line to which the Germans retired, eighteen months ago, "It seems that any great advantages British la the region may chat- ter Germany's uopcs of conducting a defensive campaign along Ihta front, We captured a complete battery, also 62 prfeonerg at C'ouibles, anU one 15- howiutr and four field1 guns at Manilas." American Advance With tho 'American Army on the Veslo Front. Aug. Tho Clermans continued their stubborn resielauto along the in front of thy American forces north oC last night and this tnorutu'g. Too artillery action con- tinued lo grow EQDieivbat lighter early today. In spite of the determination of tho Germans to break down tho move- ment of tho AmericaDe, the Ifucs of the latter lu the neighborhood of to It IE prohahle, the Germans Juvlgny ware slightly improved. are-uow liaitlly withdrawing." .Destroy With tho British Armies In France Tiie Gernians have ult tlip bridges across the Somme, in- cluding Die. railroad bridge and the regular bridge at Peronne. Northwest of Peronne, however, 3 Her Ihe' river changes its course, from tho north to the west, the Brlti leh swept in so quickly lliaf the cause way over the Somine at Clery, to the north bank, was secured Intact.- Clery Is fn Uritlsh i'eronne and tho area to the rear of that city are well under the fire of British guns., North of Peronno the Germans arc' now 'holding the road to Gapaume as far as a noltit opposite qf Combles. North of liere the tiie Itritish made the enemy retire again. patrols arc astride the road and are muviug southward. Banaume seems to have been caplur- ed much resistance by Xcw Zealand troopa, who were assisted by pressure from the English on; the south. Tho town was entered from tho north and east. There was only short and then the Ger- mans' who had been left behind sur- rendered. This morning the British pushed for- ward rapidly from liapaume and. are now fighting to the east ot FrcmlcourL on the road to Carnbrai, and at court. The Germans are fighting rearguard actions. The main enemy force seeing to he in full retreat in this iocalityA North of Bapaume the most import- ant captures have been made, .The strong defenses which had been erect- ed by, the, Oermans at builecourt Ilendccouri-lGs-Cagnicourt and Kien- caurt-tes-Cagnfcolirt Iiavetbcen storm- ed and captured. Fires indicating the' withdrawal of the Germans on the northern end of the British front, especially in the I, salient are burning Viiu explo Ions have leeu observed-hehind the enem> line Complete Battery. don, Aug. 30. (Canadian 'Press dispatch '-from. 'Kenter's dispatch from Reu'Ler's correspohden BjitioJi headquarters saj Tne Oermans brought heavy batteries, but were not prepar ed io risk British artflfer) over much MRS. DOOLEY'S ADVICE TO WORKING GIRLS i work suffer from .disorders woulc I profit by my fctace land Lydia E [jutIt. Compound. i Before I Iried, whftn I came I1 from work [night, I would .be. Ijuit worn oot with Proposes Toast lo (rompers in Terms At a (JovL Luncheon London, Aug. David Lloyd George, at a luncheon given li> ie- government in honor ot Ganiuc' oinpors, president of the American ederatlon of Labor today, proposed toast to the hoaUu ol the Labor eader who is visiting England, do this tor two sail lr. "One of these I; ie country from winch our gues1 country cradled and nurlur d In. freedom. It has now proved clt .true -lo- the great traditions eing the champion and lim protector f freedom. In this undertaking it has laced Hie whole of its resources ai he disposal of the allies in tho grea1 tniggle for liberty." he c on t in-ied, w not bother me. and I wish til ftrls who ifl I did would try Lydia. B. PinVbwn's Conpobad MIT. H. DooixtV UK Street, Wifi. Werkihr profit by M ftrerywhcra rs, Dooley'f snd uuteftd of orarginr alone from day to diywith ouroen, root and herb remedy, Lydia E. Pink- hirn's Gempoimd a trial. It hM nnt (such for tboOModt of and wty Mi for tout For Lydui k PJaVham UedKfM Lynn, The retult of Uwir 40 yean ttptriwot Ottawa, Aug. of two of the board of rail- way commissioners expire- during .the coming Scott, assistant .chfef comrmssioner'aTid S J, McLean. Both were appoint- ed September Members of tho board are appointed for a term of 10 ytart, but are eligible far reappolntmeht. No decision has yet been reached by the ernment as to the 'appoIMrnentst- JAP CSUALTIES Toklcv Monday, sociated has been severe fighting .'between the en- tente allied forces and Bolshevik! Red Guards on :the Unu'rl' River atong the Manchurlan bord- ft The Japanese casualties In the last few numbered 170, In- cluding officers. THE FOOT TOGGERY BOOTS AND SHOES FOR ALL AGES CHILDREN'S SHOES These should bii flttc'd 36 flial Ihclr. feel ivlll crowded, "Curling up "f tho Iocs." PtyMr oMengili'ftinl nil Ida liiiicji'wl-llh while children nrc will present caltusdi on rfoles of the teel. fallen archer nnilnchlne large foe Jolnls In Harder jcars. Wo uuderslaiHl hov 10 .HI.children rroperly arc qualified to corrccl'a ntimbcr-of minor Bllmentg Bring the Wmlly lo us (or'ihoes.thal. will wear, give comfort and a14o have a good appearance. to 4. Hard soles, stict 1 upito Nelson and Company COR, TMIflO AVE 4CVENTH 3T. SHERLOCK St-PO, Ottawa, Aug. js to be no extension of the date of am- nesty for deserters. It fs not pos- reads an official nnnnunce- ment, "to extend the delay fixed for general amnesty to defaulters under the Military Service Act AIT, should be uracd to report voluntarily and promptfy. Those whom it will be sary to bring in compulsorily must be rlgorousfy dealt .with. Those promptly reporting will have every consideration given to reasons for delay and to circumitances.which may excuse it." Copenhagen, Aug. num- ber of Socialists from" neutral and belligerent countries'met at inter- laken, Switzerland, Monday, ac- cording to the Frankfort Zeitung, No details of what transpired are known." A recent dispatch Switzerland said that Philip Schcidemann, leader of the Soc- ialists in the German reichstag was at IhterTaken. Fl 1EA Canary, Aug. 30. Four samples of new wheat received by the Unit-, ed Grdin Growers, the first results of the. separator work on the new crop are; all of No. 1 gradt, The samples are from different threshings.'! One 'comes from the district, one from the Vulcan 'region, one from .and one from ail Alberta The 'Olds .'sample is of the highest grade, being ah almost perfect wjieat. That from Vulcan l> of afmlfar character, while the from the other two points are very high grade, though not so fine In quality as tliat from Olds or Vulcan.' Thouch no shipmeuls-of niiw whc aro yet reported on thla division Ins G. P. IU it reported at th geaernl oftho company th morning that of 1h 1918 -wheat crop had already bee marketed.a'l the Hoiieer elevator a Chin. _ The Klllson Mlllfng Co. reports ha n taken in new wheat a week ae fit their tintf elevator at Coatdnle, H grading Jvo. I. OOMPERS VISITS BOYHOOD.HOM Aug. Oarn- president of the "American federation of Labor, yettcrday visited hli boyhodd home Th the little iiectibn of East London 'kniWn wheri he wn ago.' Mr. Gomperfi had only veiled Eng- iand. before since he. left as A bty to hl< fortune In America- Kls previous visit nine years ago. 1- AT THE EMPRESS N'o more absorbing picture ot.lffeas "ed in Xew York and N'evr England s ever uftcii projected on any screen an that which comes to the Kmpress eatre starting tonight, when will cur'the premiere of the Xew York ctess, "The the alpli Jncc production which ;wel Productions. has Ihe honor presenting with magnetic Elaine ervfiirds sues JiSm for dlvore< evidence obtained when th( is trapped iti the small llamrncrftein in the Utle role. It Is t fitoiy wherein a young and very beay tiful glil Is iurei! to a email town hold and tinder the guise of a mock cere mony fa almost lilted to a York multi-millionaire wife afterwards sues him for dlvoro( on the cvK couple iiotel from which the girl escapes. AT STARLAND A new World-Picture having June KlvWge as its slar if called "The Tenth and centert npot) a divorce trial in which siding justice finds ihe wife 'guilfj and characterizes her defence as toi ridiculous for belief. To prove lie: ca'se the defendant Ingeniously stagei the identical situation In the junge'i own home, making him feel like J very clicap sort of citizen and. inci dentally clearing her own character. To build yourself up when you feel bring back beahfa, appetite and FRIDAY AND SATURDAY! VViLLiAM 3HADY v------ PRESENTS JUNE EL RIDGE IN The TENTH CASE ALSO A TWO-REEL COMEDY "CLUBS AND TRUMPS" FRANK KEENAN in -'Ruler of the Road' A Powerful Railroad Story. JN "WHICH EMPRESS TONIGHT ELAINE HAMMERSTEIN IN "The Co- Respondent" Another liig Jewel sensation. Also TOTO, (tie funniest man fh Ihe world in ''CLE onil las test Screen M Beautiful Elaine Hammersteln HERE "CHEATING THE PUBLIC." SPECIAL LABOR ATTRACTION MATINEE AND NIGHT Next Mon., Sept. 2 ALL THE WORLD LOVES A MYSTERY TWO AND A HALF HOURS WONDERFUL AMAZING ENTERTAIN- MENT EVERYTHING NEW THIt SEASON HE KNOWS AND. HIS COMPANY OF MODERN WONDER POPULAR PRICES: Mltwtl, 50c; Nljhi ftc', CMWrtn 2SO ;