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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - October 4, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta OCTOBER "p, 1018 THE LFTHBIUDGE DAILY IfERAIJJ PAGE FIVK DECISION 10 FALL BACK: When you feel mac your stomach, liver or blood It out of order, renew their health by taking BEEfllAM'S PILLS Ui�eat3ala af u> M.dicia. I. Ik* WarIA, SaW aaarrwfcere. la Win, 2S*. The Day's War Summary With the British Forces In France, Oct. ply Zam-liuk. This �r,tlneptle halm -will protect the nori> plarp from Inflation, proton*, i' from spreading and healing sonn follows. Cn'oful mothers alwnys keep fam-Huk on hand for their chll-Irnn's Injuries--!! ends pain no inlrisly and prevents uny poki'dII-Ity of festorlnic. Ucst for cuts. Inirni. scalds, tinilsirs. ringworm, #ealp eon>�, ecrama and teething rm�h. All dealers oDc box. ram Buk BUY YOUR BABIES' BOOTS AT THE HUDSON'S DAY SHOE SALE SAVErffcJ THAT YOU MAY LEND London, Oct. 4.- (4.30 p.m.) - British and French forces continued to advance today north of St. Quentin. They reached the outskirts of Mont Brehan after severe fiqhtinn. German Claim lb rlln. O' i. I. An attempt was made hy tin- lli'ifihli yi'.-4'T�l:t>" r.i> break through the Germans lines on ;i In duel front between I,e Ciilelet ami St. (jiieiitln, German nriny lieadiiuurt -  �i-.s iiiininmcd Idciiiy. Tin' ciii'iiiy sue-� i ' linl In taking I.e Culelm. anil In penetrating SiMiunhiirf. tint afterwards was thrown hni'lc on hnlli sides ol I.-,ih farm, givinir lliciu u secure ; luild mi the importhtil positions won j y.'.,i !�  ( Mi'ii-il through th" Account' for." from day to day have !�� r> Ink 'Ml.- advam inv soldiers. Among I A"i" mo l.'.n's am) M-vi-r.il " Gouraud's Task, l-'r. mil I ii'.ii|(|iiart>'rs in l-'r.m.  i t- tji'ii. (*>i>niaml'rt army had ami i.'ill ii.i-. Mi" li.'iiil"-;! lank of all 111" Pr.'inh , anni"�. liiiiiutiiTahli! H'lits of jinlivid-"j:il rourai!" ar" roronli'd f)ti" K|-f>in'|i | oMi-r. wlih an aiilotnati" t'fl". rap-itiit.'il a iompli.|" Mi rinan fl"ld khii hatti'iy. II" i ri'pt upon lh" liatliTj 1in-.li ion by himself and ^hoi j;iiini"r. A li"iit(>iiant. a ami a piiv.it", �itli aiilomatt yatilo itMri' �",it-ami ti 1.) I h.'tn o. i all Mi" "tenant i- tSlli's. DON'T SCOLD. MOTHER! THE CROSS CHILD IS Mary tonight'" Pickford j took a troii'-li with H>.1 prisoners by I intiUIni; the (lerinaii-; liflicvc t,lK.y hail j hi'")) mil finnkofl In fori'iv A tribute In Ml" akill anil roiiriiRn to 'an advitrsiiry wan civi'ii in Mm lant f"\v | were killed and forty  were wounded out of eighty. I U. S. Official. ! Washington. Ort. V The official roininiiniration follows: "1 (i'iii|(|tiarters of the .\m"i|nin Kx-peiliiionary Kones. Ort .'!. - Ariieflcan troops fii;btin�r with th" I-renrli hu\.- 'drivi'M bark the enemy and taken ! Hlanr Mont ami other positions in � t'tiainpaitnr. Ili'twi'i'ii the Moselle and heiore St. Oni;r. we ranied out I tin- usual artillery and patrol activity. j taking a number of prisoners " j U. S. Gas Attack. [ With the American Knives North-w""t of Verdun, Oct, � is p.m.) -A '�iirres^ful i:as attack was made by the Americans on thH trout yesterday at Vito-tic,-. on the Meiisc above ll.Mi-nevoux, 'I In- American engineers removed nmr" than l"n buried Oemum inliies from the uroutul evaciinteil hy (he cnerry. Yank Aerial Activity. With tne Ameri. an l-\ir> ef Noilli-wi'-l or Verdun, Oi t. -American aviators were busy all day today rarrymi: out hombliu; attack* on Con-flans. I.om-uynti. Aiidtiu. Moiiiinary. Iliixirti-:, \'li;neiille. I'li.imbley, Klnltt, Ariivilli- and Miami" Pre. They dropped I'.T'm ton , of )>i>ml) - Abil-'ViUr Mar/.". Ila\d"tivillr and M,um( also v.rle holllbnl. Iti 12 iln>>' f|>in�; mi this front. '.'A -.llri i'K >fIII tills.-Ion . have be.'Ii Itll'l'T- taken by the Ann tie.ill a\latoic. (By the ^sociated Press) .Vortliensl of SI. Quentin the Urlt.ish today are fiehttnR In the open country behind the Illiiilonbnrt; llnr- after punning ahead five miles since Monday. Krom LejiH northward and from l{h"ims rtistward to the. Argoimc the allies conMntie to bend back (lie Merman flanks in smashing attacks. The breach J driven liiioiiKh tho (k rimiii defenses, mmth of Ilennrevolr is on a front of five. , miles. To the north. Hie llrltlsli are plniuclni; ahead east, southeast from I I.c Catehd, while south, the l-'rencli are at.tackine; .successfully between i Sequeluirt and I.esdins. The Merman resistance is hitter, but there has been no let up in |ho allied pressure. Thursday, the llritish captured l.iini) prisoners. CAVALRY AND TANKS THROUGH BREACH With the llritfsli in Mr- open country northeast of St. Queiitin and Hip! cavalry ami tanks pntiritu; ilirotnm the breach, Die Merman positions around Cumbral and l.aon will liecomc very precarious. Through the opcnlnK in the line. Marshal Koch would he able to throw troops in and take Cambrni and I/aim In the rear. I % PROGRESS EAST OF LENS j i West of l.llle. the llritish rontlntie to press the. Hermans pa-tward while! i extenditiK their line south of I,ens to Alcricoiirt, where a good advance like- j ! wise, has hern made. P.ftv.een Mens at'd Arineiitieres the British have moved ; forward an averaK'' of more than three miles on a L'u-niile front and ca:-t of t i the llol-. Mreiii'ir are within six miles of the outer walls of the fortress ot � l.ille. Mciinwbile, the Itritish and HelKlalis in Klauders are widening til" | salient east of Yiircs, whirh threatens th" Merman positions on the civisl and ; 1 the network of railroads .A-e,t � Mhcnt. ] ! There are no Indira! ions that the Mrnnaiis have baited their re I ir"iii"i)t , , In lh" Mill" salient, but ii is not considered probable that they will (,-lvc up] ! Mile withoui heavy fiithliiiK. PINCHING ENEMY EAST OF RHEIMS ! Around Rheinis and cast of the Kuipp", the French are drawing closer' the sides of the. Merman .'.alien! east, of Klii'tin". American troops have joined � vi.Oi if Ioiiruc l-i i-oat.-d; Mil; �i\VM its lit 11.- stomach, liver s are i IokkihI with sour ' tc Win n II- Mc- .. p;,|e. fi'Ml.li, full of i old. breath bail, throat sore. ilorKfl't eat. sb ep or act naturally, ha- htom-attache, imllKcmlnii. dlarrhoi-a. Rive a teaspoonfiil of "California Syrup of I I'if.s," and ill u few Mollis all lh� foul! \,a-t". the r-our hilp and fei ineiitliiKj food i-iir-sex out of the bowels and you, have a .well and playful chil.1 aKalii ; Children l"\e ibl; haiinlc'h "fruit lax-', ativc," and inotliein ran rest onny afterl i;i\ln;; it. because it never falls ji>! ir.akr their little "illBldcs l-leiill mi i l. i;ea i; are d mails tlleir tldlll te the In-i' a p t ill'1 the wi The lefloll ri-arlle enemy lie- at. \ .nei ic.ili i .isiial! ie i in 1 lip fichtltii: in the Antonii" vecioti Miihrd .{ moderate. The Mi;r-have ben lin.lillr to lllUttltlllll i |it>t'llltH! 11111K slowly The ill-� now w Itlii'.; ,'-ix mill's of I.ill taViiiK sides with the allies. ii consideritiK the fpi'-stiort of the attitude of Aiialrlii-lluniiary the no---sibility of limiKiiry takiiu- m Hon sep-urate from Austria .-Mould not be lj;-nureil, I'arif. Ort. 1. -The i .Mitral powers intend to (ii'Kitiiizn a new front in Serbian and UtilRiirlini territory for i the defense of Nbdl and Sofia, accord-i iru; to the Neiivollc Pi-.-s" 1.1 here of /'urlch. The large oxt"iit of teiritory lo be covered, huWfiver. will not admit of th" establishment of a continuous front, it is point, d out. and ttio belief is expii'Hsed that the hostlllt- j ies likely to develop will be ill tile j ii.rut of a war of inano-iivrc. i AcrnrdliiK to Swi^; ur-wspapers, | I '(���� from Austrian -oiirres i-- that 1 ! Illlcluirest. win"). iH.'tri'al law was j j recently prill laitlll'll. ha; How been I j piit in a state of ilct"ti j J Huns Leave Esthonla j I Washington. O/t. 1- Th" s'ate (|p-| . p.utiiieiit. was advis'd today throuiMi Stockholm (hat (iertu.in troops are iitovinit out of Ksthoina ami that pop I itilar iipri-lin: t.s llkrh to take place] .Micro In the near futiite. P is not.d.j j however, that there i a preat scare j iliy nt amis and ntiiinutiitloti which the I people could sficiirc. i j Armenian Volunteers Helped ' Itoston. Mass.. Or' t - Annnum e incut thai Anni'iiian \ ol i inl-.|.oiislM,. for the efficient orgitii/a | lion of Hip educational service, In-chiding control of personnel and will b" a..lstei| by a deputy. All advi-ory 1 ho.ird will meet perliiilli ally and ion ' fer on matteiM of policy. The cdiica : tinnal organization in KnjTiatid and Krat.ce will each be under all a-'i-t ant director of edm at ion. who will lie tesporisllHe to the directors of edm-.i-tnei. Sin tl iiillian persolllp 1 will be  "lllplnVr,| us ir. COtHlderrd tii'ii' .ii y and will be i-ivm tinnnrary lank In th" nwr.-i-.i.. forces. Cost to tiie Canadian gov.ittai. lit. not including separation .Oln.vain � !�' i-"t imtlted ;ls follows  Pay and allowance S'JP.i.'Ji;.:. siih-l-t 'in " allowance $'.'.'."ilii; cost la lion; ST.'nfi; in a 1 ii t tloual acting, it is said that then: ha-, never hoeii a Pickford photoplay wherein humor predominate I m> such an exteut us in this new story of the slums. Tliye are many monienU of genuine pathos unci any number ni t!in iu tho course of the picture, but laitfiliMo-wlll hold sway, overcoming momentary predisposition to tears. Throughout the story "Our Mary,*' winsom�?, dainty withal, preaonts a coiiviiiciir! figure of the little tenement girl straying far afield into the realms of the Idle rich, lured by the hlan lishments of a scion of wealth, hut reiitrns at last to her natural environment* where iiudj haynlneis. Tour Labor foiiati-�*er>'. ysic�Uy and mentally, by tho we�knc*iteH of their sex. They si'iftfT from backache, dragging wmit-tion, very nervoua and ptin in top of hvAd. If they Uftk their neighbors they will beWii to take a Favorite Pmtcriptioa of Dr. Pierce's which has been no well and f�Tor-�blv known for tho pact half century. Weak women ahould try it now. Don't wait! Ilegin today. This woman's tonio ami ncrvute will "bring vim, vigor and vitality. Send Dr. V. M. Pierce, Uuffalo, N. V., 10c for trial pkg., tablet., ~" - Pmnt, Out.-"About lhra* yui ui 1 ill ia ti*l �d3 (ua^rad evcre r.�ia. Tta doctor Mid I had (all fconti. but feia nidi-. eiuadidBoiLalp ma. \ naichbor bad baca t�W-ia# 'Kavoriw Pra�ori|>-lion' aud it kad bci�e> liiad be( *o much tiiai lia uracd ma u� try astua of baca, and taat ttrafdoaa fcalpad mm m much tkat I icnt at onca (araboltla. lauoiy uutb aurpriaHi at tbo j.jonwl lalial thia inadi. fina fafa in aia aflar tteaoator had failad, and 1 hara saler had aucti a tpetl aiae>, but, whaaavct I laxl tha Icmi bit run-do�n at ia UMti of a tonic 1 Uka tb� 'V'avucile PrenariutiuD' aaain for a fa� ftayt. It kaa unTa� failed to (aatora tue to narfaot �Mlth.^-ifri. gfii(i�|M Brtun, />, 0. IwW AUCTION SALE OF 31 HEAD OF HORSES-94 HEAD OF CATTLE IMPLEMENTS, FURNITURE, ETC. INSTRUCTED BY THE EXECUTORS OF THE J. W. Johnston Estate THE UNDERSIGNED WILL SELL BY PUBLIC AUCTION ON SLCflON 17. TOWNSHIP 0. RANGE 15. 8 MILES SOUTHEAST OF TABER AND 10 MILES SOUTHWEST OF PURPLE SPUING3, ON TUESDAY, OCT. 8th THE FOLLOWING: STOCK-I Itegisteroi) Pen li'Ton stallion. H year?:, weight 1 son; all marcs supposed to be with foal -1 hlacl; mare. ;i years, weight lea; 1 black mare, ;i years, weight 1 l.'.n; 1 hlacl; mare, a years, v. i-iglit l.'eei; 1 roan mare, r. j"ars. widglit ll.'.o; 1 roan mare, 1 >'-ar... weigh: 1 ir.u: 1 oriel i:>-biing. year-, wlisht I.Iimi; 1 bin-k-skin \:', -1 years, ,,v"l>;ht '.iaii; ii sucking colts; 1 registered Shorthorn Hull; III rows; ll.'i good yearlings; "5 calves, IMPLEMENTS.-" Miis'iyllarris binders; 1 H-in. Cockshutt. gang plow, new; 1 I tin Kiu"rsnn gang plow; 1 fesecllon lever harrows; I harrow curt; '.' �v.'ilrr<; 1 packer; 1 .McCormlck mow-i't", 1 Mi Cot tulck rake; ',< set..; work liaiiiess; 1 set democrat liar-tuss; I set single driving harm .h; 1 Ii.f*. Gullowuy c'.lgilic. I iced grimier; 1 tanning mill: I forge; 1 anvil; 1 ret ijehorncrs; 1 dniimrni. new; 1 buggy; I set bobsleighs; 1 small sleigh: 1 :'.'-.; wagon, new; :: :;'^ wagons; 1 grain lank; I manure spreader, new : 1 garden cultivator, ii"w : 1 lii-dlsc Kentucky press drill, new; -J Pixir. di-'s; I Ii p. engine, new; l halb tub; l Calloway cream separator; 1 ^ti.-l range lew ; 2 liealing .-.tovi s, I Ford car. HUT. I'uniiUire and hnuihold goods and other articles too numerous to mention SALE AT 11 O'CLOCK FREE LUNCH AT NOON TERMS-Cattle Cah. All purchaaes of $20 and under csitrM over that amount time will be given until October 1st, 1919, on approved security. Interest 10 per cent. 10 per cent, discount for cash. TAINTER, Clerk E, B. W. A. PORTEOUS, Auctioneer BE CONVINCED THAT YOU CAN DO BETTER AT Westminster Meat Market By Visiting Our Store Tomorrow We Have a Full Line of Choice Home-Kil 1 ed Meats At the Lowest Possible Prices for Cash Special Notice NOTICE is hereby given to alT parties contemplating installing new gas services that no further applications will be accepted alter 5 o'clock p.m. of Oct. 15th, 1918. CANADIAN WESTERN NATURAL GAS, UGHT, HEAT AND POWER CO., LTD. 200-10 ;