Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - March 23, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta
THE LEXHBRiDGE DAIL\: ilEpAUl SATURDAY, MARCH 2^, 1918 1. IS IN PERSONAL COMMAND OF HIS ARMY; ATTACK MOST SERIOUS London, March 23.-A leller to the Dally Dispatch, whicB is undrritood to have access to sources of Information not generally available to the press says: "It is In the region of St. Quentin and southwest of that city that the enemy advance is most serious. It Is here also that he is making his biggest effort, presumably because the Junction of the British and French armies is in this neighborhood." KAISER IN PERSONAL COMMAND London, March 23.-Today's German official announcement received here states that Emperor William is in command on the western front. This announcement is regarded *as further evidence that the emperor has staked hia all on an offensive, hoping to win and to go down in history as the victor in this great and decisive conflict. ' Dispatches from Amsterdam pisture the emperor al Spa, Belgium, which is being kept isolated on a radius of fifteen kilometres. The German crown prince, Field Marshal Von HIndenburg, General Von Ludendorff and other prominent Germans are also reported there with him. GERMANY'S LAST THROW , London. Mfrch 23.-Comment In the German press on the new offensive as summarized by the Copenhagen correspondent of the Exchange Telegraph Company is to the effect that the present battles are the final and deeisivr^xertion of strength of the present German people before peac� comes. The newspaper says Germany need hold on only a short lime and the victory will be obtained. Much attention is being paid also to the Italian front. ' NEW ENGINES WAR London. Marcli 23.-The Central Xews pays all sorts of details aro bolnK given out by German war rorrespondent. and among the papers seized was a torn foldecPand worn "scrap of paper." Inspector Donlan for tho first.time in his many years of service bowed his head in defeat. He was' completely bafDed and the hiddcnjmessage of tho uncanny jumble of letters remained a profound mystery. Noted Criminoloirista Suggest Solutions for this Difficult Problem Can you unravel it ? Selecting capital letter as a startinc point and (ount-inir every a^nd or thira letter until all the lettera are used up wonid aurely produce aome result.-/Rapeefoi Seott. Watson and I would procure B~mirror and reflectinR the "scrap of paper" endeavour to decipher the hidden mcsssffe.-fAer/ocA Holmta. DcKinninK at a selected one I should read every other letter or every third letter. . I believe I should soon ^solrc this myatery.-i4rsene Lupin. WRST REWARD $500-00 ''^^^"^J'^ See Bift Illustrated List of Rewai^ds-Sent Free Tli�firit reward will bcswardol to tho con* Mtant �hu obtains the laraeit number of lioliit.. for instance, M points can'lio obialnwl by sendlnit In the correct nnsner to the mysterious messaae. Then there �re M nolnts airen for fleneral neatness, liandwrltlnt. .lielltnit, punctuation, etc.; and when you comply with the other-con- ditlona nnd rule. Sis below se points additional can be oalned, 130 point* Is tli. maslmum numlier. "Canada WMkly" (formerly ' Canada Montlily. cstabttihed l��6), has created a fireat reputation for Us eicellcnt tiction, its street national artlclw about Canadians and thlnfts Canadlar tratlons and Its hijih'^inidii'^inilnt and general appearance. ^ You can hrin us adrertl*. this maAazlac should you like It, and when you enter the contest you nill be nslcod to write and tail If you are wlilinA to do things Canadhin. lu bfoad �dltoriaU We frankly tell you of theae �lmpl� rute� in advance. There f� no obligation on your part to tufuiribe or toko the mayaxine or tpend any money in order to compete in thia contett. 'tslned on each entry. Contnt will close on Slit day of May, 19IS. A Each-competitor will b� asked to ahow a sampla cop* of * "Canada Wcekiy" to live or sli fHends. buslae�i assodatM or nWabbours. to whom such a ma^xine will appeal and wbu wUI wanrtu take the magaxlne reaularly. 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