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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - October 8, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta TI'IvSDAY. Of/VOIHW X. 1018 THT{, f-F'^HBlUnnK DAILY HP..^\LD PAGE FIVE Tommies and Yanks Smash Huns; Open Fighting Now British Headquarters in France, Oct. 8.- (Reuters.)-The attack begun this morning tfy the British and American forces on the Cam-hrni-St. Quentin front has become open warfare in the real old sen8e of the term, the developing of various cirefully worked out mnnoeu-vies into one great general scheme which is to combine in securing prearranged objectives and the rounding up of as many Germans as possible. It had been necessary to as r.emble the assaulting waves to the cast of the Hlndenhurg line and to get the masses of men in through the intricate and bntbsred trench system in the ri.-uk. It was a tank of extraordinary difficulty, but it was accomplished well before the zero hou>". Comparatively few tanks were employed. In fact this was a night surprise and it must have minimized alike their, opportunities and the necessity (or their as-r.istanoe. The Anglo-American attack was launched at 2:30 o'clock in the morning. In the darkest hour of a moonless ni|jh,t. 20 miles of guns suddenly crashed forth in a hideous discord. Another phase of the battle commenced at 'l.'.'ii) and yet another phase when the first ray of dawn was filtering into the dull sky which presently fulfilled its threat of rain, The enemy's artillery response war. wsak. This confitmcd the idea that the Germans already were withdrawing their guns. YANKS ADVANCE. With the Arvu'.'can Army Northwest of VrrJun. Oct. 8.- (Moon.) -The. American troop* continued trrir advance c.r t of the Arrjonne DARTING, PIERCING SCIATIC PAINS Give way before the penetrating effects of Sloan's Liniment f;-> ilio-i- nirnr.-.itu twiner; and tiir eiin-aiitcs ol lr.i:.h;i^f tanu itis, the wry nc-Jc, Ihc jeii.t wrcut'n, Ilu- iiii.itiH'tit sprain, J he muscle .strain, awl the tliruhhiiif; lirui'e. 'flic cue of a;iji'iyi:i>;, the (|itu-hnesi nf relict, the positive rrs.ilt.', the i Ir.inlinc s, ,md ih.-r rcott-.tm nf ^I",m's l.'m:;!h t:t tiwVe it ur.iver.-aily pre furred. Malt: in Canada. until late Monday night. After the capture of Chntel-Chehry, they gained further ground. With the American-Anglo Forces Near St. Quentin, Oct. 6.-Am crican troops going into the battle in conjunction with the 4th British army on the St. Quentin-Cambrai front today attacked near the point where the last line of the Hindenburg system already-had been smashed. The early reports indicated that progress was bring made in spite of stiff machine gun opposition. Simultaneously, the 3rd British army attacked on the front from Cambrni south along the cont'nua lion of the MasnlercsBeaurevoir line. There was a frontal attack on this line and at the same time an effort to turn it at its northern extremity. The attacks of the two armies were converging operations, the general direction of the thrusts being northeastward. The assault was accompanied by one of the most terrific bombnrdments of the war, the massed British cannon firing wheel to wheel. Seize Good Position \V.,.-lii!iKiiiii, Oil. h.--mrii;imlIpie-ilium \vo. 1 of I h" Alro G"rma*in Leaving Belgian Coast Atu.-di-rdatii. (hi. s. Tin' � Vin-na 1 ion ii.v 1)10 (Jei man.; nl the IJ"U,!au roast i* 1 'I'.itliiuini'. Ill" frontier eorreipiintl. eijt nf tin- Teleir rait I' reports. The tele. phone line- between the frontier and the eiitist were iii-inp; taken down yes- l'Tilay ;:tu! today. Thi1 slug's of 111111ri:i 1 at Knokl.o, ne.tr the coast, five lulled from the |l>nti-|i li'inler. hive been ..rt 011 fire, , ill" report:r Company's Office, 270 Main St., i Winnipeg. I TURK CABINET QUITS 1.on.Ion. del, S.-Thf Tinki: h cabinet hat" reigned, according in .1 dispatch from Burn". Switzerland, in the Rvc-nllii: Star. The :iiims.;>;c says that KlViit. excitemell! prevails ill ('iinsiantini'pl- >! * Full Text of Wilson Reply Washington, Oct. S.-The text of the reply handed to the Charge of Switzerland here follow.-,: "Sir: I have the honor to acknowledge on behalf of the president your note of Oct. fi, enclosing the communication from the German government to the president: and I am instructed by the president to request you to make the following communication known: "To the imperial German chancellor: "'Before making reply to the request of the Imperial German government and in order that that reply shall be as candid and straightforward as the morrwntoiis questions involved require. the president of the United States decmt, it necessary to assure himself of the exact meaning of the note of the imperial chancellor. Does the imperial chancellor mean that the imperial German government accepts the terms laid down by the president in hir,# address to the congress of the United States on Jan. 8, last, and in subsequent addresses and that its object in entering into discussions would be only to agree upon the practical details of their appli cation ? "'The president feels hound to say with iegard to their suggestion of an armistice that he would not feel at liberty to propose a cessation of arms to the government-, with which the government o! the Un.tcd States is associated against the central powers so lonq as the armies of these powers .tr� upon their soil. The good faith of any discu^fion would manifestly depend upon the consent of the central powers immediately to withdraw their forces everywhere from invaded territories. ."Tne president alsc feels that he is justified in asking whether the imperial chancellor is speaking ' Uy the Associated Pressi Koiiowini; in"......i'ia 101, on the . 1 litre m Me |ne i.-oi.i 1." .! >i In Hie N'nrlh See. IP  ,|, aiel A met ii tin I roup- today are . ti.a.-ftfw ill - the rear ilefeilcen of Me- i!si..j, iil.im-. line between St. 1 jinn; In and I'.!' -brai. While Field .Mar: aai I lair i~ au.i'kiui: on Hi" ::> :nV- front m-'-!> Qui ill in. the Kn  "h ..Inne: s, :-.>i!pi�- eoii'iii.i- tlftr iioji f- .= .-� ni..-'�;wiril toward (lie derma 1,  oiniinitieton line, desiie" ,!i-oik eneiiiv re-P-Uii'' The l-'repeh hiive rem le a tin j 11 � 1 >-r. 11 r - or Hie Stiippr and ,.\ts 11 *� river  and lur. ' forced their iva\ into t .: !., r;-. - tin.tisoii Hie ituddi" ^ aippe. THE NEW ANGLO-YANK DHlVE The Ant.;]') An.' re all thrii-i .mail.hi the vital ",i,,r Pftween 1 dun lira 1 and St. UtielUill foil'  .....-Illi loin: Oli'ftlt il)]i .,.|.,!ii|.,y ill tile P itii.te. . .tion at.d ta.s.e aa'm - h Hi" 111"� � o the Aisia It. .....r>i" MUST ISETIRE TO RETOURT4E RIVER 111 111'- rent!. Isle^ lirSllipp" ti||il ,  !,), !�, i'.. i , ai ii' I,':: i. the l-'r, ti'di ;i|�fi;, ' ' . ii.a.a. tirol-en tin- leiaatt : jit. oil the Sdnppe alio Ullld ; li'-ee - aia- � 1 �'. 1 � i..  he lliliillltl" m 'aa ! u rt h ' : l.- ". Ill FALLING BACK IN BELGIUM tin 'he north I'.  � 11 -1:  t 1 t.nd Hiatish pr.-/ 'lire 1 !ti;.:ip''ne.d and tinder till- t lire.'! I of flltMe a a .1 i T HI-1-.-. lie tetai;..;, .ot'ili'i" I '. ','� tie line- and Imt.iiiti 'i f at 1-. noli p.  � i.'.e tad"' irotti 'I" I ii''li trmittef i t! �' Id' ZeelirilKi;,; PRESS HUNS IN AUGONNE f'( 1,111 tt." .Sill! , - .. t,4.. \le|J..e. Hie i'feer'i ;,;,,) .,!! . olltilllle '" ip... .-neiitv i laiiie f i ���-; an fp.it  d h> !:..:.I tie- Herman lin.-� oil itie Aiiierlaati . - .. easi of th" \rfn:- :>�. tie imt.ort.int m�ii i.f Uriellll. , 'ill til'' 1 � ' h'lii- of the Men., , u 11 M1 n a Oi-'LNS NEW COMMUNICATION LINE i.i il l.tlVill have epti-reil tile Ifl'air "i le-t' f a :;� a I" 'I ' 'itroiil'li v.'hadi t: -il � .- may he e.i i|> trim-port.-i| to 'te tiilied armi'-:i which tife �,|."t'al'ta ,-i tie vteiiiity "t I lamt: ' n | le-i line ]iower revive- and refresh. � j and t, t'[tidd"iis her. T"v.' o : 1 "a i '" i-: vi \ ..|  tt a i. ili a t : a in map.- P i the story oi -. .-hii'l I \ nti t tii... t.r-'iirlii Tt. - n roiitiK ' '.'. P  la 'Atl-a. i.t ei"l||/:il ion. .',-/.till - u r,. - f. j-' '"'i . an I in the 1 i.d find � li:ipp.it�  and 1,'mti . ipadre 'Pl.e tire.-it t-tnr i1 at her |,-..' .'ii ��'lova or Kale," n InilPar.' , on, t. a a ion piece ic. "He.velt* iff-' ' a: r- tf p'l.-eiits and! ,>ot,s and '.ior.ni "Kvbert Lansing." ',','tl dll.Ut.ltl. �|. t I'is'-edellt '.'. ii- - .ii' - i"]i't ' o lie ii.  .!. in ,\:; -trial: re >'.> .'liy would ii r.-.ottii't h mi; tor tie in . -.'ore of t illlre il- 'in- s .-'-i.i. t; t r,.a ;id. in e v nl'l pi". - at;> ttt: tttta 1. f hi - 'ha-1>-1 .-a. iiit: . ..-i, t he .-.infer. it�-was ove t' in-. � � - : i rhti',.:" ill : !.�� . . nliii. lit he!!..| I I.e., l,,,i|. offielal . ,ta le.- ! 11 .i � at! ii. ';' ..... Wie;'..] tltt' - u ami . -i' '�! i - let . it; f. , tied li.teipll \ . . a l a  � pi a t - - at ei. .!.!:.,li.- la.d ilimti h\ th-- ! tp'e-l .it.ili':-' . aal lite allh l.tu i pie. . de ,|.y Jin -i �' lit a e ;-,..n-|, pl.-n , ;� ,t rl'.p 11 ;� - Col. Motive !n Conference V. .. .ti.i ' - ii. ' 1 \':--r p. :i 1 if.a i i........t-it-. iti >i:.; ,pt,|t Pa i .:i r.t V. t P a! lite  ""1.0 e.i! . ,i 1 s'e. retarv i .a .nr. i  I I i�.m.- -n i S.-n-ei ai-\ 1 an, ilt> I � itttpp -t". '.viis i : e.i d 'ti.t tit.".- v , , I ;." .. a al'lll.tltlret! . : o' '- i  - id. '�' ai t h'ti e:t M - d � tit "t ,. i i.; - it - . i I" ac ..ffer- No Answer to Austri.i. W'.i -h.::t-!.e: ' let s No e-  , the An.-t: ;.in ; ea.e p.-op-ea! is eioi tempt, i'.al .. ' � Jlt'e.-l'Ilt Till- w;i. made kiKtw it :: a -sally. in:il or. and a . t -it'.: pa. nine frui ' iti- p.it. -1 ntd pa ,.;.t. i '..a Ha> .'ill -it. .i-lt thai lie i at ita tiralih' ilruiik- ( aid and pro.......i - t.. d"tii"ti-triite r... I ill i I'll..' Hot ,..-;!!; ..... lit,., that ; I |"It' e ; deriare I'.i-ti al. ap.t.av tlltntilli". i' ail r.:i]i;i--i:- hi . t at !> . In'-.,:; in tlte t> 11 11!via t'teiiier. Andrew | A. ear] I'.t'.lv l-lltm -. i uto Moffniait ; tltt! .!,,.�'.� Iivet A f...i Keystone; ."ttedv ,.i;d other i: ""I f'ti'iir.^ wll|| 1st'1'!! ' a: ' tame pi-. n-ia :n ; AT THK E.MPRKSS EMPRESS TONIGHT LAST TIME NAZIMOV.VS PLAY CR EAT EST OF CAREER Won. oi "To>s of Fate" Surpass*! fliPPant A' Ine'.'fment'. in "It-vctatior." ' i'. oi !�'.,'. ' ' \\ ha' .'I- ..' � ,.f '1 . ," ' . p iii*. , ,,:' ta'. 'I'll.C '-� '.. i..:! a It.ti'i � A |l n !e I lip|. '�� ll'll lit..'.." ' v.-.'|! .il,' Ii,tl,t ,.i."tl lie;.. tit. e .-if � . if to hall-, hit'! I'l  . '! V :'.'""' a. tin �"!�� fit 11 ' :.c i .'-' i,, ft,.- htav Til- Ida, 1, motile::t - s at  ltd ' \Y. :! tt :.- k th- way it s - w i'h A;.ill. th. fas, tr.iii .UK i;> -p> pt ill' � til  T- '> "f ]',p. ill v,h| It Hie "le.ll !! t �-.i.:!i tifti't". Naz.ntoi a. ~:..t . Wll. Ita- talj-n po. ton of h. r ;.,.ul, - he!! comfort -vi'ti Us 2.89 DELIVERED RHONE YOUR ORDERS EARLY BOX How About Your Teeth? THK teotli are among tint ino�l Important. If not U�e most Important, factors In keppiiiK the health of tho liotly. KvorythitiB the body necda for food kdi's in by way of the mouth; It in mound mid chowed by tho tooth and these, llko nny other ntnchltio that works without rest, dny uftor day, need to bo kept in perfect condition. There tire sufficient cases in evidence, to warrant tho astiertion that unclean teeth brine '"" onso of tho gravest churacter. How about your teeth? It will cost you noih ins 'o let us oxtiutlno them, ttume.mbt r :i!.u Dentistry As We Practise It Is a Gentle Art. Drs. Brunei*, Richards & Nelson High Grade American Dentistry PHONE 363 Ott Blk., 4 Doors from Lethbridge Hotel, Lethbridgc LETHBRIDGE, ALBERTA CALOARV OFFICI-11�A IIOHTH AVENUI E. EDMONTON OFFICE-3 CRI3TALL BLOCK. LEMON JUICE ARE DUE TO ACIDITY Telli Safe, Certain, Speedy Relief for Acid Indigestion. BE MOST UP-TO-DATE WHITENS SKIN ? Girls! M.ilie beauty lotion i *  j :tt lionii! for few cents * is i, i ii ii t*ii nloiiineli trolthl's. MU h :m iiKllKcstlim. KiiH. sotirnes-i. HtuiMach-arhe anil inability to retain food are In pnibahly nine enses out of ten, fiinnly oviibuie thtit uxco.-, i\e istufe-tlon of mid Ii relloMltid, t,-(ha- ortitei! ami i. aiodellcd. Comfoi i.th'---t .-iita are I-. in,, inslaIh-d. i-tn It and everv teat i-i'itif, a r.-tiiful an-l .-li-ur een ;|l|d Sttllte Tile i :� ' elied the ii.iiitiK room will be in liiurne of a tutu roil, who will ttivc cafe-fill at tent ton t-i the wniils of the luiy , -patrons of tl:-- Colonial. A checkinc ' ! system .will I..- .ic.nmuiiiied, whereh> i natrons of the Colonial theatre will; i ho at ord'-d tie- convenience of check ; ! ItlK nnythiiu; from huts and coats, to, automobiles an-l baby lum'Kles, free of: 1 charge. An excellent orvhostrn has ! been euKaKed for the coniint; season, | one feature of which will bp .Ian itus : sell, the phi-noiiiPiiul hoy violinist. A, | now HcU'iiin Mirror screen, and a I j brand new op.-ratiiiK booth equipment [ I will ensure the acme of perfection in tlte projection of the motion pictures \ � A magnificent list at bookitiKs bus , boeii Secured, and it -will he the piir-ille.KC of patroit:-, of the Colonial to see , the world's t'on-iiiost screen stars ami productions at the Colonial first. All programs will he personally selected by the management, with a view to the absolute elimination of any p-.iss Bible objectionable features. Cleanliness will be pi''dominant in all de partiueiits of the Colonial. lu tdiort, there is n distinct surprisn in Htore for I.ei'ihriilKC ihenlre-.'toers i when the doni't o* the new Colonial: theatre are thrown open for the first I (line, for the op-'nlni? nlKhl will mark; an epoch in -hi- photoplay history of ilie southern ptui of liie 1'i'ovHice- Si|tti e/e the juice of :lvo leiuotis Into a bottle ciintalniiH; three oitti i-s of Orchard White, shako well, and you have tt quarter pint of 'he lest bleach-in-, and .ida whitriiiiiK lotion, and coin ple:;ion beautifier, tit very, xery small � list. Your (tt'ocer lia, the l�-tnoii> and any tlrtin store or toilet counter will supply three ounces of Orchard White for a tew cents. Massage this sweetly :r.ij;;ant lotion into the face, neck, ami-, ami hands each day and see how mn, leilm-sti, sallow tics, t-iuihtirii and wiudbiiru disii|i)i.-ar and how clear, soft ami rosy wiii'e th � skin b--i-.nii.-.i. Y.-s' It i.-, hanulc>- .'idvi-rtiseiueiit. WEDNESDAY-THURSDAY PARAMOUNT PICTURES PRESENT j Ch arles Ray IN "The Family Skeleton" ALSO TWO-REEL KEYSTONE COMEDY AND OTHER FEATURES First formal Announcement LEN S. BROWN AND HARRY T. HUDSON Take ],l,,i. .in- In aiino'ani-t.c that iloi I.im ttik'n over tlo-theatn- t-.rmerly Ittn-un a- "THE OHPHEUM THTATRE." .mil n,u- io>-. i oint