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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - October 2, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 2. 191* THE LETHRRTDOE DAILY HERALD PAGii nvi'i German Hold on Belgian Coast Shaky;||ljfJJ |(|[[ Enemy Retreat Hastens; Burning Towns Washington, Oct. 2.-Further evidence of German preparation for evacuating the Belgian sea coast reached tho state depart-ment In dispatches today, saying hospitals,'post offices and the contents of storage houses of the German 4th army district arc being moved back and tinned over to the military governmsni in the Interior. Gorman civilian authcricica arc being recalled and strict regulations affecting the mari'.inw; district are being enforced. Peservcu in Belgium, which are to b'! sent to the front by the Antwerp naval staff, are said to bt preparing to leave Belgium. COAST UNTENAELE London, Oct, 2.-Tho German* are making a determined effort it Flanders, as everywhere else, to stop the onrush of the allies. If the allies push even five miles further eastward in the Bslgium front, Ostend will become untenable, while an advance of 10 miles would jeopardize the entire coast lire. 2000 PRISONERS London, Oct. 2.- (By Associated Press)-Two thousand prisoners have been taken by the French between tho .Vcsle and the Alsne in their operations of the last two days. On the Belgian front the Anglo-Belgian troops have been subjected to violent counter-attacks. Neither these nor the bad weather, however, have uiopped th� advance, although the combination has had the result of slowing down the allied progress. Encircle Armentieres British Ifeadiiunricrs In France. Oct. 2.- (Bouter'sl -The British 2nd unny, cooperating with tin? Belgians In tho Flanders cumpalpn, continued today to prows forward. In the process of cnelrcllni; Armenl lores it took tin; hamlet of Loblset, close to Armert lores on tho north. Airmen Active Tim improved weather brought, out BUY YOUR BOYS' BOOTS THE HUDSON'S BAY SHOE SALE the British nli'tiien, anxious to innke tip the leeway of their enforced in-activity. They enmo mid went a/;aln iind :iffnIn, droppiiiK more tluul 3d tons of bomb.s upon the spots which seem-ed best, to repay such attention. Pass Roulcr3 With the Brltlnh Armies in Khnid-ors. Oct. 2.- (By Associated l're:;'l)-- � l''felcl Marshal Half's forces today cap-Hired Uolloj:hcin Capelle anil advanced tor a distance of :'..nil(l yiiriln southeast of Holders. French Gain Four Mites Paris, Oct. tl p.m.I (!en. Iter-thelot's army today Is luukini; kooi) progress lie! ween I lie Vcsle river and 1 lie Alsne canal. The Krench troops have captured Vive or >dx villages and their advance at, some points h�si North reached a depth of from five to nix kilometres. Enemy Withdrawing With the American Army Northwest of Verdun, Oct. 1.- The enemy tonlKhl appears to he withdrawing on tin; -American left. Itroadly speukiiu;, lie is Kolnif In the direction of the juncture of the Drunhllde and Kriemp-iu'il s> si.'iiirt. In the ArKonnc forest. AniericaiiH made progress today. liist of the forest. Ihey are operatlnj; north I (v Cii-i'KeH and hold positions on the! load from (icsnos to Kxermont. In thin district. then1 bus been hard fl|;l:t-! .ill',, local positions repeatedly chantf-In;; hands until the Americans today cslnbll.dicd their supremacy. The excellence of Die Aineiiii|n, th" P.rittsh have advanced more than five miles eastward from tho front line of th" Hlndcnburg positions. A salient most dangerous to Die enemy has been driven in between St. Quentin and I,epnt-clot and the llrilish are advancing through a big gap in the enemy line across Important roads and railways toward he Gateau, one of the must, important traffic centres west of Die German frontier. GOING AROUND CAMBRAI Cambrai has not yet been occupied i>y the British, but Field Mnr.'hnl Ilaig has taken important heights .south of tho town and e;,st of the Scheldt canal, thus drawing closer the not around Cambrai. The French met with spirited resistance in entering St. t-Juentin. but succeeded in throwing the enemy beyond the canal, which cuts through the eastern suburbs. ROULERS AND MENIN ON FIRE * In Flanders, the Unruiaiis are reported to have set fire to Die railway junctions of Koulers and Menin and to be removing their big guns from th � Belgian coast around the submarine base of Ostend. which is being outflanked. The Belgians now are five miles from Thorout. while the British nr.- across Die l.ys seven miles north of hill.-- and are within seven All these are important railway centres and I,(!lr fchout nil yr*n� I f:if-trrfi with wouinn'H trouble (birinn * lu%in� in mv ftiii- I d',ctnrM Ulllj thr .luster but did n,>* (-.:. rur*'l el niy nt!rn�; '. � nil waj. 1ml l',j i [ cull ffftr.fty *iit^ �e-M,M thf (Ir.'-r �-!!>.�, I �Pr�.-rtipi|.,n ' Wic, I 1.1,1 fir* I wo* 'na-b imr/rovr.J flnd le-jr b'jtilr* t nnijit^O'ly .iif't rr.r. and I havr rnj,.\.-.l brto-r l.'-aHn Itian f r\,-r ,(i f tWoro f.nWnc il.i Hir/Iionr, Il is truly a wonderful mfde-os' I, r *ouicn."-Mrs. JUurl/tj A/uUail�r, 4 AV statement reads: "Oil Sept. "a. up to noon. Die hour Dxed for the suspension of hostilities.! according to the armistice. Die allied I armies coiitliitiod their progress under| favorable conditions. The Serbian The capture of Damascus marks an advance of i:;0 miles by Gen. Alien-by Si forces since Sept. .'i. Die day he launched hi* victoriou- .mack north of Jerusalem. In that time the British have captured more than r.n.nnu oris-oners, destroyed at loa-t three Turkish armies and driven tic enemy from Palestine and a great part of Syria. A Greek Statement Salonlki. Oct. 1.- The following statement was issued at the Greek headipiarlers last night: "Greek troops have continued their advance in pursuit of Die enemy. In Die region to Die north of Veles.. they have occupied the heights north of Yenikoy and the slopes dominating Palaali." At the allied headquarters the following statement was issued: "By virtue of the terms of Die con- scale is In Italy, will carry the Italian Americans occupy positions alonp flic Moselle. FORECAST AN ITALIAN OFFENSIVE The other front where fighting may begin on a large where the stage appears to he set for an offensive that, wil line toward the Austrian frontier. Bulgarian Step Caused A Sensation In Vienna it ion ase 1 army occupied the , (:, ,,( dradiy Mito .mil Plavit-c. lnvw.eti rskub air!, Die Bulgarian frontkr. To the west, allied troops, have entered Kir'evo. "In Die n.!en of tue Lakes, we readied Stiiiga. Al'iM.ia. To the west :' Lake Ochrida. the Austrian signed : agai at noon 1 o lock Sept. 'J!', Bulgarians oday. WITNESSES WHO CAME TO ESKIMO TRIAL FROZEN forces continue to r.ed i vigorously." | Took and I FLASHER'' GOT SLASHED It Is not ronsidereil Kngland to cheat even men by betting on winner is known Die iiuDiorllios so : :  : > * good form In die handbook a race after tho On Din contrary, on such Dkiwn that t ittempts or practices that they are I dangerous to the personal liberty of, the smart bettor. At West London t Police Court on Die second day of j lust month. Alfred Perlson, according th Die Times, was sentenced to nine  months In prison for d�fraud-ing ii 11 i'm of Glasgow (onimission agents, or starting price men, by telegraphing bedi on races after he had ascertained the names of the winners by telephone. PRESERVE YOUR TOMATOES NOTICE TO OUR CUSTOMERS We are changing our tickets to the Coupon Tickets, which are 100 one-cent tickets, good for the purchase of any of our products. Milk, pint .......7c quart.........14c Table Cream, half pint..................17c XX Cream, half pint....................20c Buttermilk, quart.......................7 c ^Please be careful and save the correct amount of tickets out for the driver. CRYSTAL DAIRY, LTD. Tomajoe.i have had a hard time ripening this year with sunshine more or less of an evanescent quantity and showers of almost daily occurrence. The result is that green tomatoos nre piled up in window riKs hi n'.,prece-dBiiied numbers, turning their faeca yearningly towards old Sol, from whom they derlvo hut little comfort." Something must be done Immediately to Dike care of Din lomntoes which have failed to ripen properly. One of the best methods of hastening their ripening is to wrap each tomato In yiapor, and place it in a closed box or drawer located in a warm room. Another method Is to pull up the vino ho-foro thnro are any sl^iis of Injury from frost and unspent! it from the colling of a warm room or the cellar. In some ciiBOs, If conditions aro suitable, the fruit will go on ripening until Christmas. A dark place is preferable, with Die temperature ripening from HO to lia degrees. , Salt Your Tomatoes Another good plan is to Bait down your tomatoes. Tho process Is ex. ceodlngly simple, and the only equip-inont noeded Is good watertight kegs. Salted green tomatoes may ho made into tomato stow, stuffed tomatoes, salad and pie, or converted into mlnco-nioat and chutney. Green tomatoes packed in a solution of salt ami vlno-eav aro good for salads and relishes. Wlion taken from tho brine, tliey will ho slightly discolored but firm and of Rood quality. Soak in cold water for two hours before using. For the brine allow 1 ^-3 cups of salt to 1 gallon of wator. This makes a 10 per emit.salt solution. For a aalt und vinegar- solution allow % Of H Stt','- of vinegar to X gallon of DiC ^i"�.iou. Six Month: to Go Home They Want More Money VMmonton.- That the Kskimo witnesses who attended the trial of I'lu-ltsul him ami begs him to flee with her. He lifts her behind him and they escape. The "Sin-ait" and hl-i wife return to his fa'.b.r a new man. Mr. Nigh wrote the scenario of the film as well as directed ir. The characters are remarkably well drawn and played by u capable casl. Al.-o the latest allied ofllcinl war review. Tomorrow "The Deriding K(;m " Friday ami Saturday "A Man Without a Country." "SUNSHINE NAN" AT STARLAND SHAWS QUEER "TYPES" Ann Pennington s atest Par.'imour.t picture at St.ii'laiid. "Sunshine Nan." abounds In queer types of humanity which are portrayed by a (lover cast, including liiehurd Uartheltness, Helen Tracey, ,loh:i I fines. Charles Kldridgo and others. There is, first of all, Sun-r� 111 ite Nan herself, skilfully depleted by Mi>.s I'eiinlnglotr. next conies her loyal defender. Dan Lewis, who grows up to he her admirer ami later her husband; there is Mrs. Snawdor, portrayed by funny .Mrs. Lewis McCord; her husband, a disreputable derelict of a man. which part is taken hy Charles Oihlyn and others as amusing. Alice Hegan Ulce, thft author, will be rememborod for her "Mrs. Wlggs of tho CabbaKo Patch," "Lovely Mary." ".Mr. Opp" and others. Charles Glt>-lyn Is tho director while Uvo V'nscil has been responsible for a good so*?-narlo, following closely Alien HnKtm Rice's story, *'Calvnry Alley." Hun Plot In Serbia London. Oct. ^.--N'ews has reached the Serb an army ill .Macedonia that revolts have broken out in Serbia and other regions where there are Serb-blan Crcatians and Slavons. Title, an-noiiiK ciner.t Is made In a semi-official note d:it"d Tuesday, which says that the lepnrt had been received with great roM'ive. It Is feared, however, the note says, that the Auslro-Iluu-g.irian government Is purposely arranging 'tith the police authorities to execute ihe peaceful Inhabitants and then, on the basis of such facts, con-; fiscnte their property <{nd Imprison them in camps. It is declared that the (.imps are in a terrible state because of infectious diseases and dirt. Call Them Deserters Amsterdam. Oct. 2.-A Sofia dis patch dated Monday and received through Vienna says: "The deserters who were advancing on Sofia have been driven back to Vladaja and Vltoz defile hy government troops. Thore is no dancer for tha capita]." Grave Situation Basel, Oct. 2.-Tho Bulgarian armistice undoubtedly has created a gray.! situation for .Austria-Hungary, Die Austrli.n premier yesterday told the lower house, hut suitable mlll'.arv measures -will bo taken immediately In accord with Germany. ASIATIC CHOLERA BREAKS OUT IN VIENNA Madrid, Oct. 2.-Several cases of Asiatic cholera have been discovered In Vienna and deaths havo occurred from this disease there, according to official reports rocolved hero from tho Austrian capital. BUY YOUR BABIES' BOOTS AT THE HUDSON'S BAY SHOE SALE THAT YOU MAY LEND EMPRESS TONIGHT ONLY It's Here at Last-It's a Thriller The photodraina you'vo been waiting for a long time-a Western picture with a new theme, plenty of thrills and a dainty lovo story-In it WILLIAM FOX introduces two new sturs * William Nigh and Violet Palmer "THE BLUE STREAK" WAR REVIEW Tomorrow-"The Deciding Kiss" Coming-Friday and Saturday "THE MAN WITHOUT A COUNTRY" HERE SOON-"TOYS OF FATE" W A "WON BY A FOWL"-TWO-REEL KIYBTONE COMEDY TONIGHT PARAMOUNT PICTURE8 PRESENT, ANN PENNINGTON "SUNSHINE NAN" 01 ;