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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 31, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta SATURDAY, AUGUST 31, 1918 THE un'HBRIUUE DAILY HERALD PAGE FIVB' (War Summary by Associated Press) halt north of i'eroniit, has bec-u cap- the ating virtually all tho uorilieru sUe; ol the Lys salient lu KJanderB Is agalu in (be bands of (be lirlllsk. Dispatvli- es to London stato that this famous hill, for ublcti Hie Germans paid "a terrible price In April and which was dotenta] to ihc death by lue Allies.1 has beeb captured but there Lavu been no reports Q( au attack being uvade tji: ibis Mil aud it Is probable Ihat thu (icraaus retired from It. There are (uretl by the British. 'i'Ms report would indicate lhat T'eronne is be- ing surrounded by Ibe British, who had forced their way across Soui me to ihe south or I'eronne yester- day. There is bard righting going OB north of Ko'ssous, America a and French troops striving to capture the high piatcau that dominates tlie Alsiie and Alletto Valleys and also endeavor- Ing to Vorce their way further onward evidences the enemy's from tho toward Coney Le L'hateau, an important Lys salient Is being accelerated, the concentration polot between the OSse British having taken tho slallcm .of Ilallleull aa well as Lllla to tho east, and btfug in imssesgioii of the bank of tho Lawe fiiver from YlellechapeHs to Lcstrcm 011 the southern side of the salient. In certain vital sectors of this battle area the British have galued from one to two miles durlnc tho last day. While there Is every evidence that allied pressure again si tho from Solssona to Arras contin- ues, tho desperate attempt of the enemy to coyer bis retreat seems to have brought about a pause for the moment. At only two south- east of Arras and northwest and north ot the allied forces'moved ahead. i: Ncrth Cambrai Road Vlii north of the British have occupied, the.'SL Serving close highway and have jnoved Into Etcrpigny, to .the 'itorlh caat. This village la on the'east liank oC'ftha.Seiuee River 'rind tits- capture markR the passage "of that small but Important waterway al a vital point: ..Counter attacks delivered In consid- erable force compelled the British to withdraw ,from Bitllecourt and Hend- cscoiirt [buC'tVerVlV Htlle to indicate i that the 'Ocj-iiianV have decided to itfake a'stand here. Take The British" official statement says that the I Clery, which Is. on the SomniQ fo west of Per- onne, has .been taken from the Ger- mans, but 5Iont St. Qucntin, a mile and and the AileUe. The Gennsus are fighting hard In this aetlor and ap near to have cheeked the allies for !he time being. (Associated Press) With thii Hrillsh Korcfs iu France, Aus. South ol Bapaume liard lighting continues and uiore ground has been capCurcd by "he British, Be- tween Bapaume and Ihe Somme the British, are 'attacking iiear Marrleiis AVcod, which Is strongly by ihe biiemy. In the north the recenlL Hrillsh successes have apjiareiUly caused the Germans to start a withdrawal extend Ing roughly from the ifeigbborhoOLi 01 Kern me I through the region of Uekhuf e and (Mr iiiurnfrijt Rrltlsb lines appeared to be progress ing rapidly on the liccls ol the enemy.. Balileul Is now completely, in British hands' and patrols are on Mont be. Lille. The ad vanclng British also, have. apixarentb reached points well to the esst of La Couture- Patrols are reported'to be 13 Dran outre and on tho Schefnehburg (rout southwest .of trenche running through Brie and extending hotli to the north and the are strongly held by the Germans, indicat Jng that at.teast for li.tfmc the cueuiy Intends, lo try to hold on to Ihe eas bank of the elver: Online Residential Church School tor Boys Jcaltt tit of U For tt flU IXV T GLUUK MX C1KB fell Term commences September 12 Successes, 191S BMC Entrance Sst place, 8 pasecd New Attack J Armies, Aug. Uritish; attacked tlie German at dawn today'north ot.. Ecdust-S MeSu anu south ot Bullccourt and thi region also seems to have been clearc of (he "enemy. In the Lys salient -where tires ar burning at macjv indiicatla Ehe withdrawal of the Germans th lines of the Brilisli have been edvau ed to Hie east of Robermetz.aud nbrt of NcufBerquiii Reports ticrnians refusing to fig) continue to be rriari '-information says: 'On August was' learned tha the Ihe 22rid reserv infantry agiment refused to go fo ward to relieve the fourth compan whtch had suffered heavy lo.ssea as had onlv gone out of line fou i To Hell with. Fatherlanrf. "Tile refused for .two' hour during -which the encd to send them forward-under e cort.- hi the end mea--wer6 pu ALBERTA LADIES'COLLEGE (Formerly of Red Deer) UNIVERSITY CAMPUS, EDMONTON Class Residential School for Young Wonien Only. Course of Study? and High School Wort. Vocal. tfOMMBRCIALrr-Shorthand. Typewriting, FINE AKT PHYSICAL DRILL Students of all school ages are admitted. FALL TERM OPENS SEPTEMBER 10th, 191S. For Calendar write the Registrar, Dept P. REV. N.VD." PrMident laded after heutett argument about clr duty to fatlieiland. to which me of the men openly-retorted: ell with the fatherland.'" Horrible Terrific losses continue to be In- Cted on.the Germans, The Germans u a large Section of .the front lo the of, Bapaume have .not had hot for three' days because British onibs s smaBhed a large flumber cf ieir- trayelling Xitchcns. Ayiib the French Army In iachine guns have been placed on very point of vantage by Ibo id the afruggle has become a sort of fighting. Tho enemy's machine uns nre carefully concealed and com- aud all ralrts leading up the atjd re callable of folding up a large and obliging assaulting troops i dodge and surround the emulate- rnents. It has been found thai arlH- cry however, intense, ever reaches all ot them, French soldiers atier their expcrj nee in TiiJescourl Forest, are bctom- famillar wllh this Indian style of ftghttng, which tho German machine tinners left behind so that the in- rdJT with greater securl- y. are becoming weary of (heir task. i'heh taken prlscvar, they complain lat they alone have leen wicrlflced nd they have been obliged not only face tho French but have been nder fire of ibelr own artillery, shells rom the rear falling on the positions hey have been leit'lo hold. Thi? hap yesterday at N'oyou and seeroei o be happeiiitis today. Shells from lie German heavy artillery were fall 11 g short all around Mount Simeon and others were foiling on Noyon. Important Auction Sale Favored With" Instructions from Mrs. J. W. Kerr FRANK WILL OFFER FOR: SALE, BY PUBLIC .AUCTION, AT THE PREMISES, At5156thStS. TUES., Sept; 3rd AT 1000 A.M. f A QUANTITY OF SUPERIOR HOUSEHOLD AND EFFECTS INCLUDING ,-'TWO rnahosany dressers and comiuodea; solid oak bed, coil spring, tell roaUress; brass bed. coil (ell llbrarv sel, 3 pieces; tinned oak, stair carpeting, large framed pfite glass Stager sen-Ing machine At upholstered; china cabinet and secretaire, solid oak rocker; oak .occasional 5 carpet t pairs genufce 'Navajo eiderdown.ouilU; 5 pa'rs f6alher 12 pairs pairs'pniow cases; 6 pmrp, BprcadJ, congoteum riig; large oak '.dr.eite't; mission oatt.arm chftfr, McCUry cook 3 pafrfl HuiisOn'o Bay blanKets, portiere curUlna; tap-, estry ;wfndow drapes; ,405. .Winchester automatic a "riuatillty' of "brand hew and whfto bed, spring and mattress; masilvc oati dresser; Jardlnc're fitands; Jeopard largo .Quantity of riitleo and Kitchen utcnsllaj plcttirca; .curlafiiR; cfc, clc REMEMBER THE DATE OOD BOARD FLASHES FOR FEMININE FOLK ______ Pekingese are out of [ashloii In Hril lu these days. What do you..thinl las succeeded Ihem? Mad- ame Uunny and her large Family! Before the war Lady Dccles one of the leading-specialists in PuldrigEse n a iialaliarcstablishmcnt in London where Sociely with a capital "S" fore- gathered to buy Ilie Mbelote ol .Ibe raomeiiL Xow Iho Pekingese luve Lemon Juice For "Freckles Girlsf Make beauty lotion at home for a few cents. Try'itt Cleanliness and Health There is neither age limit nor every child has a daily fight to carry on against germs and microbes ol disease. Use LIFEBUOY HEALTH {or a .victorious and delightful toilet, (or a refreshing for a thorough ctcansirti of Ihe home. ti> tti jnteetirt Umiltt, Toronto, Ont. EXCHANGE RATES. New York, per unchanged. Sterling unchanged. France, demand 5.4S; vables. 5.4GH- Guilders, demand cables 5U'z. Lires, demand. 6.3H; cables Routes, demaoJ uncliaugeJ. Mcikan dollars unchanged. Uoverument bonds i railroad bonds firm. ful. vgly ahailowd. Holli sltJea of KO- C'teiy are vividly yortrayed and Itiyr are tease situations 3ud rHpiil-fire cc whtcfi griitu tlie heart auJ kcef X nerve atinglc. What the Press Agents Say AT new World-Picture Its bavinB Juue Klridge culled "The Teuth and ccaters upon a, divorce iriil Iu which the pro- i siding justice finds the wife guilty and characterizes her defence aa too ridiculous for belief. To prove her case the defendant iJigeuiouslj' st.iges (he identical situation in iho Judge's own home, making hint fed like a very cheuit nort of and inci- dentally clearing her character. AT THE ORPHBUM As Doris SUndish in "Which Worn the Bluebird Photoplay which comes to the Orphciun theatre to- iiight, Ella Hall appears ia a role tirely different from anything she has ever before been culled upon to portray. Hitherto Mfss Kail has been seen in sociely dramas of the lighter vein, stories written around the brighter side of life, with quaint and pretty characters. In tills latest re lease she !s shown not- only in life's lovely sunshine, but. also iu its Imtc- AT THE EMPRESS Jewel Productions, luc.. announce the opening ol "The CO'ltespouiieut" at Ihe thealre inight. This will be the fifth Jewel feature to be shown at tlie Empress theatre sSncc "Come Through1." began us dUCceBE- ful ruu early in lUe suuinier. U be looked forward lo with special in- tCTC-st because it vvtll mark the debut of Kiaine 'ds -A Miss Hammer stein Is ihe grand- daughter ol Oscar and shovru rare dramatic ability. She norcct a personal (rluuiplt as ihe icroine of "Tue a play wril- by Kicliard Harding Davis and Jules Kckert Ouodman and presented t the Uoulh tliealre two years ago. She has also appeared in the leading pares on the screen tut has never bad i role which offered her such excel- lent opportunities for strong emotion' al as thai of Anno Gray Iti Co-Huspondeut." AT THE MAJESTIC Cunning, the Man of Mystery, and liis company of wonder workers will be at tho Majestic theatre on Monday Day) In two performances, a raallnee at 2.30, and the regular even ing performance at S.3Q. Cunning's remarkable show irlll be well remembered in LcihbrlOge, as he appeared here lasi season 011 dif- ferent occasions. This seaspn, Cun- iiiug is devoting the first part of thu performance lo a series of new ami still mora wonderful illusions. Thcro fs no denying the fact thfit this part of Cumber's show is iner. and mystifying! Tho remem- brance of Ills last season's illusions still liugers In the memories of Ihoso who were fortunate eaoujli to FC-O hem. Tho last part ot Cunning's per- onnance this year fs stilt given over lo the answering of questions submitted by the audience, or what more popularly as "thought The of litre will be open all day Mou'day for the sale of seats for performances. 'Sn.ueezo th'e juice of two lemona Into a bottle containing three ounces orchard while, shake well, and. you have a quarter pint of the hcst freckle and tan lotion and complexion beautl fier, at very, cost grocer has th'e lemons .drug store or toilet counter will suppiy three of white "for a fewicents. this sweetly frag .rant lotion'-.Into the face and hands each and see how treck les and blemishes 'disappear and how clean, soft and white the sWn becomes EMPRESS TONIGHT ELAINE HAMMERSTEIN IN gone Hie way of all non-essentials.In war-time..and -she keeps a rabhitry where sii'e "sells'edibles at reasonable prices. Y6u get more uunny for your meal: comiou than'you do of beef or mutton i am'here toJejcplain, to leach, to declares liariy Dcdcs from the de'ptlis of her mauve overall. "The Government 'asks us to keep rabbits and Uaw anxious lo teach returned soldiers how tft care for them and make their How about more- rabbits in Canada as a contribution to Hie country's food supply? 'Germany has awarded, lo the family ot Enrique the Spanish cpnipOEer pcrisiied Tvith his wife m'the sinking, of the steamer Sussex Yes I, It is haroilea tnenU. sctas in 1916, an indemnity "of pc- infae r Sunshine Furnace ihc test of f.urnace efficiency is the volume of neat it conserves for; actual s in burning your xueL- There ib a fixed volume of heat m every kind of fuel, whether it is >vood, soft coal or anthracite. The business of your furnace Js to extract nil the heat, which all furnacta to tbe nnsirrtum of it f6r the Suni4iiiM furnace r McCUrr straight to absorb but. The Sunshine is slopng to form and bold a non conducting deposit of asbes. very" important nointio furnace crficiency Tlie grates of the Sunshine furnace equal m area to the fkcpot, boul f UIMMI wrf It li vent I ace London Tofonfo. MotiUeil .Wionipcg Vascoum Ciljtry St. Hmnilion Edmonton Swkatoon DIXON METAL co. Co- Respondent" Ajiother Jewel sensation. Also TOTO, the funniest man in lite world iu aud laslesl Screen Magaiinu. BIG HOLIDAY ATTRACTION ON MONDAY Fox Masterpiece in Seven Parts the Public' This is a Guaranteed Attraction LAST TIME TONIGHT WILLIAM A. BRADY PRESENTS JUNE ELR1DGE IN The TENTH CASE ALSO A TWO-REEL COMEDY "CLUBS AND TRUMPS" ELLA HALL in TONIGHT Special Holiday Program for Monday. Usual Price of Admission. SPECIAL LABOR 'DAY ATTRACTION MATINEE AND NIGHT Next Mon., Sept, 2 ALL THE WORLD LOVES A MYSTERY ONE- DAY ONLY TWO AND A HALF HOURS WONDERFUL. AMAZING ENTERTAIN- MENT ASK HIM -I EVERYTHINO HE KNOWS AND HIS COMPANY OF MODERN WONDER WORKERS POPULAR PRICES: Mjiihees SOc; Night Children 2_5c A Heart Drama That Stands Out "Excellent said tlietensors. Ms ippeal is lo the belter side of your nature, Us treafmeni is refined, human and inspifinr. x It Makes You LAUGH Scores, .of those, who''witnessed "PARENTAGE" at a private ing, slaUd lhat this film, because of its. tremendous theltie and artistic 'handling', nill do mord lo mike (hose wlio have hertfo- fore shunned the than any tfllur