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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - November 4, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta MONDAY, NOVEMREK I, 1018 Americans Force The Germans to New Line PAGE FrVTC The Day's War Summary r---------- London, Nov. 4.- (By the Associated Press)- The British troops in their new attp.ck today, unofficial reports say, have reached the lirve of the Aunelle river, near the Franco-Belgian border, five miles east of Valenciennes. Further south, Field Marshal Halo's men have forced crossings of the Olte-Sambre cansl. FRENCH ATTACK With the Fronch Army in France, Nov. 4.- (By the Associated Press)-The French attacked successfully again thl3 morning on both wings of thnir bittlc front. They moved northward in conjunction with thr. Americans to Le Chene, Les Petltes Armoises and Verrleres, north of the Ar-gonne. On their left they are pressing eastward in the region of Guise. French troops attacked successfully again this morning on both wings of thoir battle front. They moved northward In conjunction with the Americans to Le Chene, Les Petltes Armolsei and Ver-rieres. north of the Argonne. On their left, they are p/easing eastward in the region of Guise. The Sambre-Oise canal, which a prisoner taktn said the German troops had been ordered to defend at all costs, was crossed by Gen. Debenney's men who attacked at 5.30 o'clock. T.'iis operation was developing and progressing favorably at the last accounts. NEAR GERMAN LINE London, Nov. 4.- (By the Associated Press)-American troops THIS WOMAN SAVED FROM AN OPERATION By taking LydiaE. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound, One of Thousands of Such Cases. Black Riror Fall*, Wis.-"At Lydia E. Pinkbam'a Vegetable Compound saved Me from an operation. 1 cannot aayenougjt in praise of it. 1 BuTTercd f rom organic trouble;! *,ud my sida hurt me to I could hnrdlybe up from my bed, and 1 waa unable to do my housework. I bad the best doctors in Kan Claire and th*y wanted me to have fin operation, but I.ydiaK. I'itikham's Vegetable Compound cured me so I did not need the operation, and I are talllnj all mv friends about it"-Mr*. ,* KiNZtit, Black River Falls, Wia, Tt Ik lust such experiencea a* that of Mr*. Hinzrr that lias mado this famous root and herb remedy a household word from ocean to ocean. Any woman who Buffers from inllnmrnation, ulceration, displacements, backache, nervousntsa, irregularities or "the blucn" should not mat until ahe has k'"'" It a trial, and for apodal advice writo I.rdia K. 1'inkham Medicine Co., Lynn, Ma west of the Mause are now within 10 mlleJ of the Thlonvllle-Montmedy-Meileres-Hlraon railway, the main German communication lint!. The breaking of thia line would mean that the German armies In the north would have to depend on the Llege-Namur-Charlerol line, while the German armies south of the Ardennes would have to depend on receiving their supplies through Luxemburg. 124 PLANES DOWNED With the American Army on the Sedan Front, Nov. -*.- (By the Aaaoolated Press)-Gino; the resumption of the American offensive on this front the Americans have brought down In three days 124 German airplanes. The Americans have lost 29 machines. ON EAST BANK OF MEUSE Washington, Nov. 4.-The American 1st army continuing its advance northwest of Verdun, extended the attack today to the llvi>i'i;d |>y th'1 Aiii'.t-fi-iiliM went of llu' Meil*'' lii'livcm .iotn riiiHitlii' and Millvu 1 yrslr-rdiiy were limnnht In .i Hlaiulst111, nrmy lii'inl'iinn1-li'i's iinniiilnrud In today's olli.'lnl l'-port. 'In till. i'usl nf Yiil'MiriiiintM. tin1 tl'Tiiiiin I'rtinl liu.- lieyn withdrawn to mime �xti-Ml. hi i iinni'itiDii with the (Ifriuiiti wltlulraw.il miKi (if Hie ,\isne, there ivn* ii slight withdrawn!, it (s an tiouui'i'il. hy iln> (.Jfiiiiim foro'ii �*il /)) llie .Weiixc. Did Not Cease Hostilities London. Nov. i.-An IUiIkiii .-diii-official Hiiiteiui'iit rm-idvrd here kmIiiy lakes limtn v.itli tlii- Ail-Irian i">i'.i-i;.iiui,-:ilIon of ynHtciiluy ovoiiliip: In \�lildi I' iviih iiiinoiiw ed thiil Hh' \u�-irlmi trmip.i Inn! rram�il Impolitic. Vnl lowing tin' ciiiii'lii-lnii nf an nrmistii'ii.' Tlic !>tiiti'tiii'iit i.i ili-iioiim''il im an enemy trick Kiid It ir. declared ihm linhtiliiiiiA will bf continued until ::.nu p.m. .Monday, tli�� Mmc h"I by the, armistice for tholr Hr.upenMdii. Whistles Blow in New York Now Vnrl,, Xov. 4-Siren* m1! up ti> civr wui'iiiiiK of Mli'iny nilib; l"il the rhoriii nf whbttli'i wlnm factory and Ktciiinhii.it whinHo* and tiotls on .lunches and pulillr biilliliiips Joined them In i i'Minitiini nf ollicl.il an (By the Associated Preae) Smashini; blows arc bi'liii; ((cull, the Opithhuh on Ihi- wi".(|nrn front and the colliipsf! of the prPH�nl. fP'nnun riofiinsc iionltlonK appi'iirK clnsi' nt. band. In Hip Italian thmtrc lion11111i�;h ww to i-nd today ;u :!. |i.m., hut up to i that llini'. th� Iliillnn mid �lll�d fonoH cotillnuod to preen tii] i' iii Sunday is ."iii:!. Nine pine, ... in the province nut heretofore hoard iroi.i report Ml lllllell �il III Tli" n-tmii anions othil, s, IliP (ollouiio; neu a-ca and ill-Crli I, II; No. .Vi!i, 1 I; ('li.resholiii In; i;ic!,hen ills-�Uibl lilf.e, 1! Sliamb"o �; pollllS to h"lp (I'll pons condition-.  and prui tiial nor ! to shnndrn smd 1 j i'iltlKI'IIIIMItS V el e i biiildiuK at lira/1' I been one death : tltfoutthoiu Hint � I tory only two .. w '.'niind In one Ko- ian taiiuly. one b"d. four In inot'o'r. and l Ii" flo�ir, all In n'l" i, that l; arc mi ilic alert and doiin; im tha'. no nd Siitutday any nf i|o~e cii t',.. iiorili  oiiu-.led. liovvevf that i.iiii.1. In. Arch"! i: I. at I.aaiout and I other iionh''i'ly 11" did *o and le- �lioll- ())).'. llliZ'1!1.1 have liel'll .-"iii rh"r points. Ai-niadp to rent a ii. wIptc t!]"re has I'or'unately s,i t.ie .ol" -iiortheni ten a ; th.- have been re- ! � on" doctor at St in- :it I'akaii and oil" Snanilid, and points t'llltOI'V I li MS. II; To'ield and dl-irlct. U'iilnwrli;lu and district. I" Theii ale hut fev- point point-\t- di Jans. 'tin' tor Kill. Is lint i p| (loriors and .I".'! Is now .It. of Mud; A Few More Recruits Are Now Required for casualty Western 1 Oliawa. Nov. 1. Today'* list includps Hie followliiB int'ti and officer*: ( Infantry--KlUed in action -CS. V. Thompson. Sllwr(�ii. It. ('. Pied I/lelll (1. V.. Su'.ps. KltRltllld', l.telll. A. I). Smith, Knalnnd: I.lcut. S. T. Wll-luuichhy, ItPRinii; J. K. Ilruticitti, \'pk-revllb', Altii.; J. SnpislKiier, Van-couvor. ; 111-W. H. ("Vt'onnor, niarkip, Aita. j \\'otmdd--l,|oiii. II. C. frowcll. )IIiilifa.\. N.!*.; Limit. \V. M. Toppey. ' Knttlund'. l^ltnil. J. Palmer, Hamilton, I Out j Kiisinoprs-l)|pd-Snppi>r P. Hoy, Smith I'oil ticnrnt', ll.C. ; Artillery - Uled of woninl1 - Iiriv.T ;t!. .V. UlstPi'ii, \'�n� sent over io I'rov- n: t today III l.ll.e .lli'll'i of lll.lt (III. trb t. l-'inin Hi" luajoritv nf town and p village centre... Hi" oiKalilzatluii lia-, now extended ilnoiH;hout th" coiintrv j districts. Public Kitchens Are Qeoio Established ! 'Ibis cm he iloti" very : imply and 1 (Illicitly. Tbi' council iinei and ai1 , rauije by i oMilutioii to picvlilc the i lii'i'cssiiry uiw foods, i inh as fowl, j meat, bread, butter, tea, coffee, etc, i part nf the town hill or somi other [ htiildiuiT h Improvi >e,l as a public liltclieii; willing woiliers Immediately get to .work to do Cue cuukiiiK. Then th> members of llu* vldtiim ami iirgaii-'iziitlon cimunltlpp, ns Hicy ko out to jtlie (lountiy i'Uih moriiliiK to malt" | ilioir roiinds, carry wit Ii tlicni .supplies from the kltclioii. Win t" th, scuii'o ot iiieilical lu-lp for lb> whole district. The uamo of one man a n oils cum" from � Ihlun. C.ii'uia!n;,i>. Hs'li KU'er. CaU.ii'.. i iii Vi'uri-vli:.'. I.amom. Man  im.i. I'ot' Mi^luriay WiiniirlK'n. I.edii . Inn and was plumed to Mils department, who |s j l,l,,*1,u  RECOGNIZE POLISH ARMY Washington, Nov. 4.-The Polish army under the supreme political authority of the Polish national committee was recognized today by the United States government at autonomous and co-belligerent. Secretary Lansing so announced in a letter sent today to the president of the Polish national committee, who is now in Washington. NEW CHIEF JUSTICE WAS SWORN IN Oltiiwp, Xov. 4.-Ills Excellency, Hit' Dukfl of. Devonshire, ationdei) by his sfcri'tary. proctimU'd to the supreme court today, whure Ills Kxcol-I ioncy udniinlstorcd tlio oath of office | to Sir Mollis Davis, rettontly uppointiMl fthicf justico of the Dominion. In suc- cpssion to Sir ChnrloH KiupatrlcIc, now ii^ilfpniiiit-govcj'iioi' of Hip province of tjufbpc. Sir Louis' connni�t>fon Issued by Hon. .Martin Bun-ell, Nocrctary of I.-late, had provlously hutm read by, .,lft.,.n, .i .. nam ueeu uown ioi  lteglstrur Cameron and slKjied by His j over a week. Mr. TuiKeouV tibolfi fam ! K\c( Ueucy who subsoduent to the ud-'lly have had a vory serious attack, ' uiinlstration of the oath formally con-ibiit Ml1. Turgeon hopes to be allowed ' si.itulaied the now thiol' Justice. to reach hi J of days. Vlc.Loiy Honds maiiituiii the ptosent ! All along tho prosperity of Canada. If the people 1 bore and Peace of Canada do not luml to their Gov- i the ernment, the Ciovernmen*, cannot buy lies' l!l.>\ , No These n; '�'I; such a c.i '111'1 lla\ I in the uooi,. nu -I, dare. .via;,. VoUllKjtO'A II. fiee. M-niiiv ille. Vciniil. .rii! es nt ot i.er points. An order has been put t.'iroiuUi w.'ih leterelK " In .'lie thiirnllKn ill-lilfectioll Of i .'i is ; l. � 11 iht'v come iii t" nil) lei1 initial i.ill iii Iii Hie provim e Exhorbit.int Prfces for Liquor. As in ii(ji.-i>r, i iimpbilnls are in.id" that in  uiiie places tlic tlrUKKi'I - aie ch.irMiio; cxborbiUnl plices, anil iiiu> Hie |l,|i|ol bcitiK iIIIuIpi). M Oil" poilil th" iteiiai'luteni thrrutellcl to send a ipei ! I drilKKi'-l III, bill the Hint- ] (el1.-, were �tralktliti'nfd away, "''its i depai tun n' .'iiii'l i bmiKi' lh� act. The vendni-i ai - only allowed, under the at t that llu people passnd, to sell to ill iiKtii-.ts, ami the drii^Kiot-i. "f . ((iiiise. fnl'oit the prescriptions nf the doctors. \s to tlio elmriti' that drun-Klsts iiia* it.iiitiiiK the liipior, ii'ialys-tsts ami ti!/i�T specialists are now out inve.iti(?atiiu A1! to mo price, nei-ther thin dcpjrtiuviit, nor thv utiveru mi'lit ran iiilllrnl that, hut tin- llr:.d of Dje depai inn nt wired Premier Hidden ]>oiu'im; out the complaints and askiiiK y.-.-ii-tiiiire. The foltoivinK Ja a copy of 'lie telegram: j "Complaints ( omc io my department 'that many ilmnniHts in this province 1 ] aiM I'liuriiiiii; very estcesslvo prifei fur. ; Ihjiior invscrlbed by physicinns. Our act, pussf 1 hy the people, does not . rU'h this Kiivernmont any power or ii'iitr.il. Cm your Bovernmeiit iinnie-j jdiat.ly i:.:;::ii! thi�? ! r:'igi-:e-t Mint if' IdruKnltts v.t-re allowed flits' per rent. I on priced cliariied tliem hy our pub-', j Me vcndei- tlii: should he sufficient, j Influenza .iuit, hero and I-lay��ij4"'Si�r aiu maro Lower Price of Alcohol As to alcohol, all hospitals have asked this department to lower the price | in some way, if possible. As to this, the department desires to explain that j the vendors are selling the alcohol j practically at cost to them. The Am-1 i-riean guverimiont takes off all their j ; excise and other duties, and thus less-! j ened the price very grfatly to hos-' pitals. The attorney general of this province on Saturday wired the minister in charge at Ottawa to see if similar action cannot he immediately taken as to Canada. Speaking generally it looks as if the southern part of the proviuee. has wacheil the poak, and some points report that they are going down the iu dine. As to the northern half, speak- j uing again generally, we are just enter | ing the thick of tlia tight, u^d the end; of this week will probably find things [ approaching their wont. This depart-' ment makes a special appeal to every person in good health to get in touch with ihe local organltation and devote bis whole time, if possib'e, to helping out, it in hoped thaft the organization i" now so perfected that all families will be visited daily, or roach-+tiJA by phone. A s-timyle. of the nycea- Victory Loan 1918 Dominion Govirnment" (PHon 3� fUgoacrs fc.nnr. imf f Minister or fifiANCf Oowimori ExccuTrvt r.�. wow c�i ^luiii-* $0.50C0CC^ S0UTHttmAl.6T.frTA ExtcuTw; PSiJCTwl Jo J* uotv.i'Xl; r '*C "WIT1*! l>Yl'i!fV(Al. | ^Jlflr Ft. H*'".m,-^ '.k. t Mr Ttt* r A ina�r|liyy >�JC" MEk,M jliNcntLfV# am Ptrtn cvict-Jmes r3rt,V�fAt AMrTlfB IT I HfW fTO ] M MTlWf ! .*fi T*l*i * "try* v |  tv.vj^ ; ff�Ai^t �Ul^t *W*jr*-.'# ClAKINILM Sit*., ORnn'vt. 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Ihe ,. e|,, ...iiill iipcr-n He, stihn- . ia i ; I to i'i'. 1 l'i'.l-111, '.i'y.  fu i 'i i ii.- incuts all I i'. fie fu ill  b tin.. i h i , he' Oil Mr-it "i dim "d ill OH' ... '�tl r id w. w. nt ai V .�lulu kit I: . ap: "ii a pr . d a ia h : -o ibro'ipii . . h ii'i.il( i I'r ; i\.ft" h.nit ltd! In : I.I" Si, i 111' an i ii"i .>!Hi Mr, l'"H). N \ ui. VULCAN �ii ..nd di LAWYER K11. L F D IN ACTION ! ;i|.' 1 i Vub In H Win d Stan!-.- Oil Hi" llelOtl.l llalld J.l.-'l! '."..Id C mm* \\ \\ lie ha . (WO to,: otle cr tor Hi,, j I'lio.- to Ui- B'l bc.'tt I. ."lie I'll 11 11.1 .\d\o.ati t" i lied 'All- kill." ti' on ii. pa.-tl.iiila nlv'-rsitv. where Me took ii p/;tl- ii.c.vard I'ltlicr-i th- Albert,i bar big "ng.iKO. iiii.bli'1, Arias : 1 rei 11111111.-!i.ie, 1 !'l of wlilcli ha-His brother II" I'llncce Pats, �ai" iiKo iii 1'as,. inini; Ihe i olor little daiiglifer Skene's pariiits S . aini In lh"ic '� i' " "ii'lie a b|e ],,.,,. Ktery ( etit wo save and lend to tbra Hovi rnni'tit helps to provide Labor ami Mat-rial Tor making War Suppllti which win save the Live* of Canadian "dldiprf. insist thf Allies, and krfac Victory nearrr. Hiat i in i..- ;: Skei." v. ilg.ny H !l the fill 1.....n iii I'r i-, and hat n.'i- � .tu. Ill v pl.n to 1 U',v !,r tvt mining Iro.'M l.'i'- l^i SI.elie and Skene. ' alc.in j| well ).Iii>h;i ami highly lit ns I 'iii-,. j -it-, i'ii,. tor ilfi, been Itlt.'lll^ V !lliilitll,. im:. Lieut, si.. ' )"arn iu Vub llrm or |v : ih.- I.Vet Hat i past tl. .- KING CONCP'-' !l" �ill. n 1" k. London .-nt ,,,� . tail. If you hav* an ld��.i for a inetiiririal of unusual chrractar tome ui-il �.(�� us or have us rail and �m you. We fo�l sur�� wa r�n �ion ronvlnri* you of our ability to produre perfectly In stone the idea you hsie in roln*. L�tkbridge Monumental nd Cut Ston* Works R. Nt.^a. Pr*p. (Ui ttrMl fJL