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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - October 5, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta SATURDAY, OCTOBER 5, 1918 THE LFTHBRTDGE OAILT HERALD PAGE FIVE French and Americans Sweep The Day's War Summary !T0 ESTABLISH PLANT Dnuai Now urning as eave o JpOHsants, in which they might ham 'lived upaln. .have fionn tip In flames. !ih 11m (Jenunns retreat. Kvorywhcre the Hrltish worn continuing today to malm sidvjinces, so Ihiit. Hi" movement, in general even if the ]>Hsli ahead nt uny part leu In r phme in slow. ItiwUin ilm niirht tIn* British appear to ha\o regained possesion of Honn-Me.voirnnd of tho railway at t'otmhaiix. I fu (hi* ltfunvr\t)\v fighting, the Kri-} ! t i -di have pushed their way t hrough � I he (In-mail f.,in.t flame were idinnting up toilav from ridjm. The attaek was continued hi 1 piainlain I ' * 9 t ...... ... Of llH 'v. Fighting Tie- \>-\[ iiK-n'm the flghllns 'ileln T)K (By the Associated Press) I'Yeiieli and American Imops are smashing into the Oerman po.utiom' in "�. 'hn fifth ling apparently ha:- (juh*ied down. GERMANS IN DANGEROUS POSITION Of lawn, Oe|. :.. The P,riii-'i i lure company, whhh has figured * � I 1*1 llv advancing over the heighls of P.laim Moid and the Medcah farm, the! "W'Tiibly iu �>�hlic 1,1 ' i tie' hill 1 Britain and is und 111V l-'rencii and American^ placed tlm (mrmans in the i ;o-t"rn part, of ........t Kreiicil:I ''ountry around Moronvlllers ir, a dammroim position. The enemy p'irrd tun-; there-, is plaiiinim ti> i-st.ihii J ' 1 I 11 com t. '! ed dufinr titan ; into lie' IriK " were "In ( i .i Amerh an I'eali/.ed m direc! inn � thrown into the line with rifle*. Belgian Official Havre. I'riday, hci. -In the op-eraiions in l-'Ianders since Sept. *js, tlm HelM;iaii. UrltiHh and French fortes have taken lo.r>w� twisoner.^. :;.">i.� /4iin- ami tiO'i niafdtiiic otitis, says the official ytateinent. from the HeUiau war effice tonight. The allied troops gained all nf the I-'laudei m rtd^e and advanced nine (,n,n,v ., miles. Vpres and Itixmude were re- (JU i^"^' J( p moved from (he enemy menace ami j rj,.,jjv r,n, the river Lvh joined between Anneii-| (|f p . li-'t-es and \Vervicf|. The statement ( (roo|l i'cad.s: i ipp", Jim , "The attack heftun on Sept. ?s by � ,.,iat.|lwj tit:i  up * t \ i) I; i i '" '!;''((>', H'JlO (liV :^ i tot on the "'i' ..� ed of f'hail- 'O nejirhy. W'e we hav" re-ore ilM-'HllHf �uie fron' of " crowed at ms have proof Iiertneri-' i>ner iays Jm more eannon fell �neh. Inelud- r^arpnards. riedly toward the rlvr Ann-,', .lint, wst of the Sulppe. the French are ( j{, ('nn:�da. 'I'lie c^mpaJty m,i h 'O'i niiin const ipaled ; don't i.h-'-p i'.'' �I- i;m at once Chicago Tribuno. Sir Sam Hu|ile-s i- inteie-i.-d in 'ie .company and ip- had h -en in . the :tvia lion t-\ pert. i e;;a id infj; tie' const pir R i PLE V SCIENTIST TREASURER EXPLOSION, ONE KILLED ov-r which fh> French ""c heine j ,,f p,ii Client' "iiai of Uheims. In the !.e t five day-. C,en. has taken -j.-Mto ''^hli-hol in \.-v. .}..,-,�> pri 'inters and :M |;mi West u the An;onne. the cjennaiis are f iKhi iiik i t h desp'iii' ion to stay the ad'-aree of i','-n (i'ajiatjd toward their import int c-Oinmiinicaiion Ihn^. AMERICANS AGAINST NEW HUN DEFENCES Toward tie- fore-:, after having lal:"it Important positions, toe Anirrican-iivc pri->:d�^ northward iu;o tli" Kieimhilde defcie*- :y,Merii. North of St. t)ji"nl in. t hr Mr it i.di and Fr--iich continue (ii'-ir vipoma = pressure at':* r having ciptured points l-'riilay. Around Haurevoir and \jt: Fatepd, ib,. Uritlsh have advai.ced for Mibstaiitial ^aips. while \\t-.w rhardron-Vcrt. the I'leiuh have taken an important, hiinht. Prisoner^ t.'tk. \\iiH ejected today frcas ur*m- of lie- Fir-M fhin a rado-: -d a mil". A  S:i>.b i four miies of'thin important fortrcs--. Whlh- the P.\HMi advanc-d toward ^'^ the ,,,!> man ni the p;i-: niarJ ,i: Lille from thi- .we.u. the Ikiti ii and ltcb;ians in Flaud- i*r- cmitiuu" io. w Men ,'h" i irnr. in the HIi Kent, i-as! of > pre--, ABANDON BELGIAN SUBMARINE BASES IdspaKhr; r'ltrn* that the cn'-iny i-: abjindoniiu; Ins ? ubmariiie bar*1:-- on NeA >'orK. Or! .". dames Sioke. "f I tii nd a - ,md Iteetory i bank"r and pn ilant !n opi-t. died fed a .� .Many 'a miliie^ had u.-�rr !n*ol;e;| , ' 'o*l!l. Mr. StoKe- prohaidy nio^t wid" h i.p'can jer hp* worl. in the V.M.t'. A. and had ben 'ny Fwipe-'. itu -ia and h.ilv .plo-ion will !il.'-ly i main a ln^'-!,M,' ^ * ejubt of sf,0 the Jlelghm coao a merles of detailed opcrat i'ms in j u j,,,.,. wbicli jiaKscd beyond tlm Flanders , t|lr ten..,i; riilKc and gained furtlier terraiti. fn f.^iil an the idly (if I tonal and more fires have been started In Farubrai, Tim Fmr-nnUis-also have aiiidied the torch to many villages in the Cuubrai area. tin- operations we were able to ad- , ,nibboner As the flumes ami smoke rolled up vanee 1 t kilometres on a front of lu j He from Mm ruined places, they were kilometre*. Vpres and Idxmndc ua-.-e ( .\uei i. ; Kcroiupanied bv explosion* an the j li'eed completely anil � >lMe and which Mmy ! vle.j. We tof>k I" run prisoner*. :�� , Auo-rleai, did not whdi to leave in-hind, fearing thoy would be used by the Hrl'is'i to lias ten the t Jermati ret re;t i. j It Is evident that Urn Fmrniuipi were j Homr. Oct. Te - Italian unit - aidiio; j ,r' fn\r ' the torch f(� many of Mm place* to {the AFim, it was announced today. ! * hapei ( h wliich they ,.et tire. They arc destroy- ! have overcome stubborn enemy n 0 mm-'. 'Jmi ireiich mortar- and rua- im-! po'diliin*, They have t;iken prisoner-, ply adds to the general devastation o: j and nuns from Mo* enemy. | (,-x tho country. j Evacuating Alsatians Village after village In all Mm i oun- (Icncvfi.^f*et. -Fooy vi!)a;v In try east and southeast of Cambral and I Al.sace Lorraine, from I\;i*cl to Col- I Uotial is ablaze. The lierman is real i mar. have been evai uatcl by the ci-l/.iui; thut hi* nni-*t j;et out of tliis j vtllan i>f>pu!atioii. accord I n,i: to the country and ^eerns �b termirmd to lay , Deino'-rate. The Cermaus, the n ^vs- jt low In ills spiteful Miry. He has ] paper .^;,\s. have now ordered the Inhabitant; of Mulhauseu. Attkirco and other smaller town^ to joepar" to i and Co:; e ;� i i i o ; , ' OU e \it- � i il to ,� ; ^ 11 ;i i i t i �n villers. t he French ointer-attat k* Soudans and The enemy. "'.its. db.puK'd '. between Or- iti* e\(re/iie *iffcn3 ' ers Norl hwest ( p.m.) Heut- lay when Mm heir advance. >n ))mt of last In the (icr-, take�t)le. *'>', tlie advance , . Ncverthoh'-e'. - dtireo*t so-U! Look Jt the tongue! Then hutry! Giveca&cly Cascarets to work the nasty hie, M ijuaiMiiie.-. It o expected that st t j an u'lhapi ias starred in a Pictures Itr.idy-* the pew Worbl > 1 ,-\ hp Kr^^trtl by J'JUI# Who MMlt fort Ji bv h AT THE EMPRESS ] spurs ia t j to Rain hai pendrjjl i k'ain-* he: pec tod, In; to the ent' ne^s Mm p" piu)topla}.  .i t; - n e o: Sybil." This j chief of staff. Iate,toilay authori/a�;; occurred la^t winter, particularly �'op|ay will he the stammer-,; that Mm war depart- > ;ippl. 'f Mm Starlaiid inont ha* i-M^ed no re;h itjiprope; >diowini; of ''The of danger id tnrther explosions at Moni|p\ the Moo;an. N..T. muuiiions plant. "It is dem'rou*." Mm Imanl utates. Mayor Acts ' "tliai farmers, dealers itn*\ household- Sow Vor!:. Oct. a.- .Mayor ll>lan\rs shotibl pay strbt attention to Mm mill Mio public :t;-viee eotuinisHion . condition m i roj� ^i�inn into fitoraRO � :� aunt to win tief were notified shortly before ;!..'! o-, this winter*' 1 of commerce and cluck (hut another blj; oxpTo.dou at the munition* plant nt Morgan. X A., was expected within a half hour. They ndvtHod Mm imm-dlaie cb'suo; ibiwu ttm subway, it was Haiti at tho mayor's office that the notification of Mm Clean the clo^eJ*up placer..  sour fermentations anJ constipation poixrn wiiich is keeping your little one Ottawa. o� t j.__a m 'ement by the 1 cross, feverish and sick. Children love Cascarets, because to them it is t'anadin food hoarrt can - ait.-ntbm to  like eating canJy. Casearetn act better than castor oil, calomel or pills on the tender stomach, liver and bowels. Cascurets never firipe, never injure, and do not disappoint the worried mother. Give harmless (lascartts ti> children one year old and upward*. Hach ten cent bo.\ c-nrains directions. WashlnRion. O. t. -Mm ^larcdi. ; the serious loss in foodr-Uifls which by beeominK inde-n�>r in whlih Sybil is entirely uimv wlioily fiati.Uactory P ctators who wit SENATOR ROBERT60N'S SON MISSING LETHBRIDGE TRADES AND LABOR COUNCIL mo VJr"iMa",Vl'n it imponrlliiK explosion ca�w� from led--u of this UfliisuaP., ,,,,.....,t>^, ... w.^i.t  oral authorities at Washington. over the Ottawa. Oct. \. Senator (iuloon Uobertstm has rceidved word that hw second son. riiKlir Unit. now; and the only tsoundn which diHlurbed the solitude were the crackling of prostrate branch^ under i ho lread of our horsfR. am! the roaring of tho stream as It leaped down itn rocky course, "About seven hours of hard work tiroujght us to tho height of land, the iiinge as It were between tho eastern nd western wators. We breakfasted on the level Isthmus, which did not ,exceed fourteen paces in width, fllltug �ur liettlea toy this one lonely meal at once from tho crystal sources of the Columbia and the Saskatchewan, Tvhilo theso willing feeders ot two opposite oceans, murmuring over their tu'ds of mossy atones, us if to bid each �other a long furewell. could hardly fall to attune our minds to the sublimity of the scene. "Dt'.t between thesa kindred fountains, the common progeny of the same snow wreaths, thore was this t-emarkabi* dlforenee of tomperature, that the source of the Columbia allowed 40', while that of the SuaUat- ILL ONE DAY ; llaiuilton. Ont.. Oct, ;1 So serious : has tlm epidemic of Spanish influ-, enza become in Hamilton there ih a IpOHsHilllty of thn schools and other places of miblje ^atlierinK beiiiR lios-oil. Nine deaths have b^on recorded THAT YOU MAY L Line of tbf Great Divide Separating Alberta una British Columbia. the thermometer meanwhile striking 1 as high as 71* In the shade. "From the vicinity of perpetual snow, we estimated the elevation of the height of laud to be seven or eight thousand feet above the levtd of tho sea, whllt� the surrounding peaks appeared to rise ue�rly half that altitude above eur heads. "In addition te the physical mag* nlllcenr.e of the scene I hero met an uneYpeo.tod reminiscence of my own nattve hi I la In the slope of a plant, which appeared to rue to b� the very heather of the Highlands of Scotland. I carried away two specimens which, however, on k minute comparison I found to differ, from the genuine staple of the brotvn heattof of the land o' cakes." The Simpson Pass Is now used chiefly by sportsmen, who find this � convenient way of reaching ihe wonderful hunting grounds of the Koot*> nay Valley from Banff, ths chief out- hr.Sft rai�*4 the mercury, to 63'flttiiig point in the Canadian Pacific Rockies. The r"tisis made the trip laAt July, tlr.iV.K the pass very inuoh froer from snon tban they hod oeen led to believe !*m Sir Oeorgo Simp-Ron's descriptio "^Indeed, it was an Alpine meadow og which the horses found sweet �n;*inple pasture, The panorama of t-* British Columbia mountains Particularly fine. A stone boundar: mnrk slgnlflts the line of the Or of. l>lvlde between Alberta and ttriMa Columbia. , Jim Brewstf: U�e cowboy king ot the Rockies, uisfvered a few yean ago, ihe trunlt tree on which Sir George Simp*--'^ *�lde had left their mark, ijli^oction of the tret was cut out soUjto preserve It fron further decav iti^* now � treasure.! relic In the Ur^l^tr Muteum. i In the laf.t two days, including l)r, i\ 1 w. Graham. wJio died this mornlne. | after one day's illnens. i At Sea j Havana. Oct. The Spanish liner Alfonso XII. hound from Spain for a [port in the Wcmi Indies with 1,232 I passengers mi hoard, reported by wire-I less today thai U� persons had tiled j on the steamer from Spanish Influ-|en;:a and that many other* woro ill. i At Brantford Rrantford. Ont.. Oct. iY-Tho first death from Spanish Influenza oceurrod hero tills morning when Dr. L. G. Pearre, a bpecialist on eye, oar, noso and throat, died suddonly. There are! many coses here and tho hospital with] 125 patients is so full that no more can be admitted. At Niagara Camp Xlagnra Camp. Out., Oct 5.-The epidemic of Spanish Influenza which bus been running through tho Polish camp hero and bus resulted in lf> deaths nan now been so well controlled thut .the average ot new cases in the past week has been only three u day, while tho discharges hnvo aver- uged IB. Tho epidemic iu the Polish camp, has, however, been followed by a light outbreak iu the Canadian camp, where there are at present 80 cases. TO BE HELD IN THE LABOR HALL TOMORROW (Sunday) October 6th, at 3.00 p.m. WHEN THE NEWLV.FORMEO CIVIC EMPLOYEES WILL COMPLETE ORGANIZATION UNION LAST TIME TONIGHT MARY PICKFORD h - - v a -J-. IN Special Notice "Amarilly of Clothes Line Alley RED DEER ELECTION OCT. 2� Edmonton, Alta.f Oct. 4.-Tho date o� tho provincial bye-election in Red Deer has been fixe4 for Oct. 28. The election is caused by the recent appointment of E. MUchentr to the cabinet. J. J. Gaetz Is running as Liberal candidate and F. W, Galbralth as an independent, MONDAY AND TUESDAY ALICE BRADY IN "THE SPURS OF SYBIL" NOTICE is hereby given to all parties contemplating installing new gai services that no further appli cations will be accepted after 5 o'clock p.m. of Oct 15th, 1918. CANADIAN WESTERN NATURAL GAS, LIGHT, HEAT AND POWER CO., LTD. 250-10 JEWEL INC, PRESENTS i TONIGHT The Man Without Country HERE MONDAY-THE FAMOUS NAZIMOVA IN "TOYS OP PAT* ;