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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - October 1, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta TUESDAY, OCTOBER 1, 1018 THE LFTIinmnOE DAILY HKKVLD Allied Push in Belgium Menaces Hold on Coast British Headquarters In Franco, Oct. 1.-(Reuters.)-The Canadians, Australians and Americana outside Cambrai have been heavily counter-attacked, but have more than maintained their ground. ENEMY ACROSS CANAL. With the British Army In France, Oct. 1-(By Aosoclated Press.)-Not one German remains on the western side of the St. Quentln canal. The oncmy was driven back In the heavy fighting last evening and last night. The Gcrmanti are holding the east bank In great strength, SPLENDID ADVANCE. With the British Army In Flanders, Oct. 1.- (By Associated Press.)-Strong British patrols have fought their way through the town of Warneton, on the Lys river, between Armciitleres and Mcnin, and also have gone through La Basseville and St. Peters. The Germans today continued to fight as desperately as before, but every hour sees the menace to the Belgian coast positions around Ostcnd increased. At the same time the British and Belgians arc drawing closer to Bruges. The Germans are holding on to the Armetitleres-Ln BasGee salient with great tenacity, but the salient rapidly Is being outflank- Mothers! JPitlcli tho tongue of yntrr young! Clean Uio clnggcd-up places! llring joy lo little laws! Kiddies will cat ami pmili*, ilVlicn you do nwny wiih bile. (Careful mothera o'er the land iAlwnys keep Caeca rets at hand. Children think them dandy--They arc mild cathartic candy. Cnnrarcts sell for a dime; I'licy "work" every time. When a child has a contcd tongue, [tainted breath op in Villous, constipated, feverish, or full of cold, givo Cnjcarets. Children, gladly tako this ; harmless candy cathartic which tior-'oughly cleanses their litllo stomachs, jlivers Jand bowels without I griping. (Each 10 cent bos o! Cascarets contain, idircctions for dose for.' childrenaged |cno year und upward*. ed by the British advance north and south of It, particularly on the north, where the British have made important gains. Late Monday, the enemy dellv- j ercd strong, but unsuccessful counter-attacks here and there along the new Flanders front in an attempt to reyaln Important positions. Tholr attempts were smothered under a rain of fire. On West Front, i'arls, Oct. 1.-- Approximately flvo-elghths of Hie FrancoDolRlan front In involved In Mm present, great battle. The "lntranslgennt" estimates that out of a total front of nearly 400 mllo.i active fighting if* going on alone; tin aggregate frontage of 2i>n mllOH..... Uskub Occupied London. Oct. 1.- The inhabitant of Serbia say the Bulgarian soldiers killed their officers who tried to slop the in in their flight. Uskub wan occupied by French cavalry on .Sunday. Tim text of the Serbian official statement reads: "In thn region of Chnrevo wo had heavy fighting with the enemy, who was retreating in the I'laohkovltsa mountains). One part of his forces was thrown back to the oast and the other was cut off und forced to retire to the north. ; "After heavy fighting, our troops i took the Important points of Ornlvri; ' and f!radt".hte, on the northern odfte of tho Ovchopolyo range. Four g'uns and an enormous quantity of war material an wull an prisoners remained in our hands. ."The inhabitants say tho Bulgarian tioldlera killed their officers who tried to slop them In flight. "French cavalry entered Fskub on .Sunday." American Advance With tho American Army Northwest of Verdun, Oct. 1.- (By Associated I'rosHl.-American troops yesterday made an advance on their extreme left of tho Argonne forest. Heavy fighting took place near the centre of the lino. German Report Merlin, Oct. 1.-(Via London).-Canadian troops yesterday advanced temporarily to tho north of Camhral, sayii the official statement from Oeniian general headquarters. .Strong American forces attacked en.st of the Argonno fores!. There wan very heavy fighting around Apro-moot and Montrobeau forest. The -\merlcan.s wore driven back everywhere, says the statement. Uetweon tlio Aisnu and the Vesle, tho Frencli captured tho heights north of Briuul. Around Lecatolet, between Cambrai and St. Quentln, there was vigorous lighting in which allied attack* were repulsed. Damascus Nearly Surrounded Ixindon, Oct. i.-liritish forces marching north from Palestine have virtually Hurrouuded ihe city ot Damascus. They are established on the northwest and south of the city, it. was officially announced today. Tho troops which havo effected this movo are cavalry forces. .Some l.iiflu prisoners and fivo guns were taken from the enemy rearguards. The text reads: "Hy the evening of Sept. 30, our cavalry had established thomsolvos on tho north, west and south of Damascus. From the enemy roarguards -which disputed tho advance throughout the day, 1,00b prisoners aud five guns were taken." The Day's War Summary smashes (ilTlllilN of Lille, ii- iii tile 111" (Jer-illtll its � liritish i- initial (By the Associated Press) French, Brili"l>, American und llclgiaii l.roo|is continue th'-ir against :he (p-imaa Hi lirr i-,s, further Increasing the peril in tie-armies from Verdun in the .Vnrth S"a. Tne Imporlaul h.cii'ins Cambrai, .St. Qtient in und Laon mine and more are becoming !( I. � ;ji.� 1 � � t and midway he1.Men Cambrai and St. brugge. Far !mi M'-nin. on tho same railroad and ni'- along Ihe el-'am '".�:)' play moi'iiin.;; lii - a' tai k II I Hi" A'stie v. est. oi Kli.'liii i si -ill end of t hi -i.os l, nl.jeli Lami i- It. nidi and Am ii'- Cermaii lor.-e.. .Mid/, from Laon ens. ii|i th" vail :v-pt. 11'!, the ( gnus Mil i;h Illlitl'' to i at'" in'. .t against I is' I e't'in.iii . The l-'i em her" ||''-i 1)11111"! 'I'll] the lltillllU' 'I. l-'rnlll the snail' ma inta in t le ir � : roue i"i'| (i'liiig th" impi)rt:i!it i nni and St. (.ill-mill. Wis-n of :he y of the Alsiie In", ard 1 'haII" inh have eaptiireil mure than n this limit i'li'.-i of liie garian breakdown and its effect, on | tin! lliilkati situation a llculer's. dispatch says Oenuany may shorten her went front to relieve divisions for the oasl. In this way divisions seriously needed in help Austria will be secured. These divisions c mi III al.-o endeavor ( lo seize Bulgaria w.th the help of Mai-lietison': g.'trri hi in Cii'isia This, however i regarded us coiiiisei of despair. Ihe expert-; believing tital t .'.faekeii-eu will have his hands inll l holding 111" llaliuhe frontier. 1 Otaggerint] Blow to Huns I It is not yci clearly known what effect the nous of the actual surrender ' of I'.ulgaiia had in Oermany. but judg-| ing the effect ot ihe mere suggestion, I it mii.'-it, have been staggering. The papers have been talking 'treachery of the senlry at ihe gate Is endangering tile whole fori less." but always with the obvious assumption that Bulgaria would not go In extremes The fuel that the Cerman front i� likely to crumble, both on the east and the west ei.i xi i i..i�.-i. m.1 ------l_j for the. firsi time in the war is expected to increase dismay iu Merlin, iv he re a veritable panic exists on tho slock exchange when Inflated war Industry "lumped heavily. .Neutrals report extraordinary spectacles in Merlin and other cities, where tin- people were eagerly awaiting developments. The residences of the Bulgarian representatives have, been surrounded wllh slrong cordons of police. The embassy oT Mulgaria, both in Berlin and Vienna, have beea protected. Tin- lending industrial organ IDus-selilorfer Xaciiricliten violently at-iticks the government and argues thai, 'alliance with Bulgaria was a mistake from the outsei and based upon false theory that Britain could he given a death blow by striking at the Suo* can;,'!. Ministers of the Union Government are to devote time to public discussion of the Cioveriinient's achievements. Ml. >n tin ii,' to maintain their po.iition. in the lace of LINE IN BELGIUM AND FRANCE allied line today run' south lo Dixmude. southeast to t to near Anniiitiei's. which is virtually surrounded (> ue.ir I... liis.-e". Thence. II tuns south through the lis in (jaw 11". where it swings southeast to Illiciiurt, inihrai Around Cambrai. ih" llrltch line i' less than nf tin: city. South of Cumbrtii. the SL C}iientin canal � t'"'.:i in i-onlhwesi of Lecali-let is reached, lielween Ho- Mriti-h have driven In a sharp salient with its (.,'ui .ii ii. is surmumled north, west and south, whence 'ingular line southward to La Fere, we. t edge of the forest of St. (e.baiti. the line strikes r.i then tiius southeast across the ('li"iiiin-desl)ame.-i at .lonc'nery. Tbeive to St. West of Sllippe. there js a .Mi use to the Swiss frun'i-T, ,\ i -n al Vesle to Ihe . the line runs east. Monuolsic. From the nig PILLS How often has an attack of indigestion interfered with your work or spoiled your pleasure? Good health is mostly a matter of sound digestion. Whenever you ore troubled by dyspepsia, flatulence, sour eructations, sick headache, biliousness or constipation, take Beech-am's Pills. They quickly and effectively correct digestive disturbances, stimulate the supply of gascic juice and Tone the Stomach Diractioaf at Special Vain* to Women ara with Evary Boa, Sold by dnajguta throughout tha vrorld. In bosea, 2Sc With the Canadian Forces. Sept. 2!�. -( Delayed.J-- years, l.r.OO lbs.; 1 buy gelding, S years, 1500 lbs.; 1 bay gelding, 14 yeurs. 1500 lbs.; 1 bay mare. It years, 1450 lbs.; 1 grey gelding. H years, 120U lbs.; I Iron grey mare and colt ;.t side, :: years. 1150 lbs.; 1 grey gelding, r. years. 1200 lbs.; 1 bay saddle ponv; 1 grey mare and colt at side, 12 years, 1150 lbs.; 1 Holsteln cow. S years old; 1 Holstein ealf, S months old; 40 Whlto Leghorn Hens, trap nested and records kept. MACHINERY, ETC. 1 Kentucky press drlli, practically new; 1 McCormick binder; 1 Deoring mowing machine; 1 disc ban aw; I McCormlck cultivator; 'j Iti-lneh Deoring Stag plows, practically new; 1 buy rako; 1 hand plow; 1 garden cultivator; 1 :i-seetion harrow; 1 scraper; 1 iron kettle t-tii gallons); 1 Chatham fanning mill; :t sets work harnosi; 1 top buggy; 1 set buggy harness; 1 (land seeder; 2 Weber wagons; 1 Democrat; 1 grind stone; 1 tent; 70 lbs. hinder twiue. f HOUSEHOLD GOODS, ETC. 1 Davenport; 1 Singer sewing muchine; 1 extension table; 1 kitchen table; 1 white enamelled dresser; 1 white enamelled wash stand; bedsteads; 1 bed spring: 1 librury table; 2 mattresses; t Home Comfort kitchen range; 1 heater; 1 Daisy churn; 1 New Century washing machine; dining room and kitchen chairs; 1 wardrobe; dishes; lamps; kitchen utensils and other articles. EVERYTHING MUST BE SOLD AS THE PROPRIETOR HA� RENTED HIS FARM, TERMS CASH L. P. TUFF, Owner J. A. SMITH, Auctioneer EMPRESS TONIGHT ONLY "THE WOMAN ALWAYS PAYS" One marriaae out of every twelve results In divorce, according to government statistics. Some of the causes and consequent suffering are graphically shown In the William Fox presentation of "The Blindness of Divorce" Coming-Friday and Saturday, "THE MAN WITHOUT A COUNTRY" FEATURING FLORENCE LA BADIE HERE SOON-"TOYS OF FATE" WEDNESDAY AND THUR8DAY, DAINJY ANN PENNINGTON IN "SUNSHINE NAN' ;