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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 30, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta AtJOtJSr 1OTB fHE DAILY HERALD PAGE FiVK Haigs Men Cross Hindenburg Line In the Vicinity of Bullecourt With the British Forces In reported that on the northern side of the Lyt hat been evacuated the Germans and that the British are entering the town or may toon occupy All the country eouth and weet of the river Somme is now free of the Longatte and are re ported to have been captured to day by the Troopa of Marshal Halg today croeeed the Hindenburg line to the eouth of In the Lye ealient the BrltHh forest are e ported to heve taken Noote three eouth of The Germane have retreated 1 from the town of NoVth of iolssons French troope today captured Hilt 1M and they now Hold the high ground between Soleeone and according to Information received from the battle front thle New Associat ed Press the front from the south to the Noyon region and thence east to the a sector which im portant at the enemy appears to have checked the French Until he can extricate hlmselt from the peril Aikany traveller what him fit while on the road ENO FRUIT SAL anos FROM FACTORY TO HOME Economy Means Buying Things Worth While Poor quality means waste many people buy inferior pianos who are too thrifty to buy or machin ery of poor Every day our stores prove that we sell top qual ity pianos for less money than is often paid for indif ferent Factory to Home system MASON RISCH LIMITED BALMORAL BLOCK FIFTH LETHBRIDQE D Important Auction Sale Favored With Instructions from Kerr FRANK WADDINGTON WILL OFFER FOR BY PUBLIC AT THE At 515 6th Sept 3rd AT QUANTITY OF SUPERIOR HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE AND EFFECTS Two mahogany dressers and commodes solid oak coil felt mattress brass coil feltmattress library 3 fumed upholstered rocker stair carpeting largo framed plute glass mirror Singur sowing machine Al condition box upholstered china cabinet antj secretaire solid oak rocker oak occasional table 5 carpet squares 2 pairs genuine Navajo blankets 3 eiderdown quilts 5 pairs feather pillows 12 pairs sheets 12 pairs pillow cases G pairs spreads cougoleum tttg large oak dresser mission oak arm chair McClary cook stove 3 pairs new Hudspns Buy blankets portiere curtains tap ostvy window drapes 405 Winchester automatic rifle a large fmantity of brancj new table linen and towelling white enamel spring ami mattress massive oak dresser jardineve stands laoparrt skin luige quantity of crockery cutlery and kitchen utensils pictures curtains window REMEMBER THE DATE PHONE 770 ous position in the salient between the Somme and the the Progress southeast of Arras would seam to he the moat important feature from the grcnt battle The It arc slowly ad vancing along the AiTasCambral road and are widening the gap In the fam ous line to which the Germans eighteen month It seems that any great advantages British score In the region may shat ter Germanys hopes of conducting a defensive campaign along this front to which it is the Germans arenow hastily Destroy With the British Armies in France The Germans have destnnyet ull the bridges across the in eluding the railroad bridge and tho regular bridge at Northwest of however after the river changes Its course from the north to the the Brlti fan swept in so quickly that the cause way over the Somme at to the north was secured Clery is in British Peronne and the area to the rear ot that city are well under tho fire of British North of Peronne the Germans are now holding the road to Bapaurae as far as a point opposite of North of here the advance oC the British made the enemy retire British patrols are astride the road and are moving Bapaume seems to have been captur ed without much resistance by New Zealand who were assisted by pressure from the English on the The town was entered from the north and There was only short street fighting and then the Ger mans who had been left behind sur This morning the British pushed for ward rapidly from Bapaume and are now fighting to the east of Fremicourt on the road to and at Ben The Germans are fighting rearguard The main enemy force seems to be in full retreat in this North of Bapaume the most import ant captures have been The strong defenses which had been erect ed by Germans at Bullecourt HendecourtlesCagnicourt and Kien courtlesCagnlcourt have storm ed and Fires indicating the withdrawal of the Germans on the northern end of the British especially in the Lys are Many explosions have been observed behind the enemy Complete Canadian Press dispatch from Renters A dispatch from Renters corresponden at British headquarters says Ttte Germans brought iip heavy but were not prepar ed to risk British artillery over much DOOLEYS ADVICE TO WORKING GIRLS wish all girls Who work wid suffer from functional disorders would profit by my advice and take Lydia Pinkhams Vege table Before I was when I came home from work at I would be just worn out with I We captured a complete also 62 nrfJonerg at and one nllilmetro howitzer and four field guns Anitrican Advance With the American Army on the Veslti The Germans continued their stubborn roMisbince along the line In front ot the American forces north of iolsnons night and this The artillery action con tinued to grow somewhat lighter early In spits of tlio determination of the Germans to break down the move ment of tho the lines of the latter In the neighborhood of Juvlgny were slightly E PAYSTRIBUTETO LABOR LEADERS Propones Toast lo Gompers in Significant Terms At a Luncheon David Lloyd i luncheon given by he government in honor of Samuel president of the American of Labor proposed i toast to the health the Labor eader who IB visiting I do this for two said Lloyd One of these is he country from which our guest country cradled and nurtur ed in It has now proved it self true to the great traditions of efng the champion and tlio protector of In this undertaking it has placed the whole of its resources at disposal of the sillies in the great struggle for he we salute the flag of that glorious For Their Own Sake In the second he added we welcome Clomners and his friends for their own Mr Gompers is a name as well known in every country as in his la a man like las forgiven those in the past lave upbraided him for his policies We are fully prepared to cooperate to secure the ideals which we have al ways It is significant that in this xcoun with a few exceptions genuine leaders of labor are convinced tha victory in this war is essential that they may achieve the great objects of their Previous to the war German labor organized to destroy the domination of Prussian The task which they failed to accom plish by pacific means we are endeav oring to achieve by military their emancipation from if the war had not come for a few years there would been uprising of demoftmcy in George minister of lab or In seconding the said American people is join ed to the allies to demonstrate to the world that the maintenance of right is of even greater importance than the maintenance of Gompert Reply Gompers in replying to the premiers said The war has ceased to be a Jt is a crusade for justice and America is with the allies to the vic torious I am convinced that wo dare We cannot we will Silver iless for all Home Starching The starcK you can depend upon for fine on fine Manufactured 1 THE CANADA STARCH LIMITED iae MONTREAt1 TURKS SOMEWHAT BELATED WITH OFFER TO JEWS Pa Turkish grand is re ported in Constantinople dispatches by way of to have closed negotiations between representatives of the Central European Jewish or ganizations and the Turkish govern ment with this statement are resolved to do away with restrictive measures regarding emi gration to the settlement of Jews in T assure you of ray sym patfiy for the creation of a Jewish religious center in by means of well organized immigration and It Is my desire to place this work under the protection of the Turkish I cherish a firm hope ITiat the labors of the commission which has be3ii sent qut to evolve a detailed plan will short ly be hundred Uermnn mutineers have joined forces with an armed peasant body and at tacked the ierman forces in the re gion of twentyfour miles from according to a Russian wireless dispatch received here to day from IMerce fighting has taken place be tween the Germans arid the peasants and there have been heavy losses on both AT THE EMPRESS Xo more absorbing picture as lived in New York and New England has ever bncn projected on any screen than that which comes to the Empress theatre starting when will occur the premiere of the New York The the Ralph Ince production which Jewel has the honor of presenting with inagnelic Elaine Hammcrateln in the title It Is I story wherein a young and very beau tiful girl is lured to a small town hold and under the guise of a mock certf mony Is almost linked to a New York multimillionaire whosf wife afterwards sues him for divorce on the evidence obtained when th couple is trapped in the small hotel from which the girl AT 5TARLAND A new WorldPicture BradyMak4 having June Elvldgo as its star it called The Tenth and center upon a divorce trial in which the prd siding justice finds the wife gitilti and characterizes her defence as to ridiculous for To prove hei case the defendant ingeniously Btagel the identical situation in the judgel own making him feel like s very cheap sort of citizen and inct dentally clearing her own Pinkhama Vegetable Com pound and it me feel like a new I can work from morning until night and it does not bother and I wish all girls who as I did would try Lydia Pinkhams Vegetable DOOLK 1186 Working girls everywhere stolid profit by Dooleys and instead of along from day to day with life a give this famous root and herb Lydia Pink hams Vegetable Compound a It has overcome just such conditions for thousands of and why not for you For write Lydia Pinkham Medicine The result of their 40 years experience is at your TERMS OF TWO OF BOARD EXPIRE terms of two members of the board of rail way commissioners expire during the coming assistant commissioner and Both were appoint ed September Members of the board are appointed for a term of 10 but are eligible for No decision has yet been reached by the gov ernment as to the JAP C3UALTIE3 Aug sociated has been severe fighting between the en tente allied forces and Bolshevik Red Guards on the Ussuri River along the Manchurlan bord The Japanese casualties in the last few days numbered in cluding THE FOOT TOGGERY BOOTS AND SHOES FOR ALL AGES CHILDREN SHOES Thesfi should be fitted so that their foci will not be Curling up of tho Plenty of length and not too much width while children urn growing will prevent calluses on Uio soles of tho fallen arches and aching large toe joints inlarger We understand how to fit children properly ivid aro qualified to correct a number of minor Bring the family to us for shoes that will give comfort and also have a good Softv 0 to Hard 1 up to any required Nelson and Company THIRD AND SEVENTH SHERLOCK TO THE DESERTERS is to be no extension of the date of nesty for It is not pos reads an official announce to extend the delay fixed for general amnesty to defaulters under the Military Service should be urged to report voluntarily and Those whom it will be neces sary to bring in compulsorily must be rigorously dealt Those promptly reporting will have every consideration given to reasons for delay and to circumstances which may excuse SOCIALISTS MEET num ber of Socialists from neutral and belligerent countries met at Inter ac cording to the Frankfort No details of what transpired are A recent dispatch from Switzerland said that Philip leader of the Soc ialists in the German reichstag was at To build yourself up when yon feel run bring back appetite and FRIDAY AND SATURDAY WILLIAM BRADY PRESENTS of UT McdidM in WorM Sold U JUNE ELRIDGE IN The TENTH CASE ALSO A TWOREEL COMEDY CLUBS AND TRUMPS TONIGHT FRANK KEENAN in Ruler of the Road A Powerful Railroad HALL IN WHICH WOMAN POINTS HAVE FINE WHEAT Four samples of new wheat received by the Unit ed Grain the first results of separator work on the new crop are all of 1 The samples are from different One comes from the Olds one from the Vulcan one from and one from all Alberta The Olds sample is of the highest being an almost perfect That from Vulcan Is of simitar while the samples from the other two points are very high though not so fine in quality as that from Olds or Though no shipments of new wheat are yet reported on this division of ths it was reported at the general of the company this morning that bushels uf the 1918 crop had already boon marketed at the Pioneer elevator at The Ellison Milling reports hav ing taken In new wheat a week at their line elevator at It is grading mostly GOMPERS VISITS BOYHOOD HOME Gom president of the American Federation of yesterday visited his boyhood home In tha little section of East London known as where he wss 68 years Gompers had only visited Eng land once before since he had left as a buy to seek his fortune in His previous visit was nine years Beautiful Elaine Hammerstein EMPRESS TONIGHT ELAINE HAMMERSTEIN IN The Co Respondent Another big Jewel Also the runniest man in the world in and lastest Screen HERE THE ATTRACTION I SPECIAL LABOR MATINEE AND NIGHT Next 2 ALL THE WORLD LOVES A MYSTERY ONE DAV ONLY TWO AND A HALF HOURS WONDERFUL AMAZING ENTERTAIN MENT ASK HIM EVERYTHING NEW THIS SEASON HE KNOWS AND HIS COMPANY OF MODERN WQNPER POPULAR PRICES Matinees SOc Night Children 9to ;