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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - October 8, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta TUESDAY, OCTOBER 8, 1918 THE, LETHBRTDGE DAILY ir�r Company's Office, 270 Main St, Winnipeg. until late Monday night. After the capture of Chatel-Chehry, they gained further ground. With the American-Anglo Forces Near St. Quentln, Oct. 8.-American 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 Hlndenburg system already had been tmashed. The early reports indicated that progress was being, made in spite of stiff machine gun opposition. Simultaneously, the 3rd British army attacked on the front from Cambrai south along the continuation of the Masnleres-Beaurevoir line. There was a frontal attack oh 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 bombardments of the war, the massed British cannon firing wheel to wheel. Seize Good Position Washington, Oct. 8.-Gen. Persm ing'3 communication for Monday reports that after driving the enemy from Chalel-Cheliry, American forces) have seized the commanding positions west of tho Aire. Germans Leaving Belgian Coast Amsterdam, Oct. 8.-The evacuation by the Germans of the Belgian coast Is continuing, the frontier correspondent of the Telegraaf reports. The telephone lines between the frontier and tho coast were being taken down yesterday and today. The stores of material at Knoklfo, near the coast, five miles from the Dutch border, have' been, set on fire, the reports state, and many factories have been undermined in preparation for their quick destruction. As part of the occupying troops would have to choose between capture and flight when the evacuation occurs, the correspondent points out, in-s'tructions have 'been given them, he says, to escape to Holland In civilian clothes with the object of evading imprisonment and subsequently returning to Germany. FIGHT AGAINST HUMILIATION Amsterdam, Oct. 8.-Germany's new ministry Is one of national defense as well as of peace and is prepared for a stand to the end against a humiliating peace, Dr. Dernburg, former German minister of colonies, declares in a statement, according to Berlin advices.' The Day's War Summary TURK CABINET QUITS London, Oct. 8.-The Turkish cabinet has resigned, according to a dispatch from Berne, Switzerland, to the Evening Star. The message says that great excitement prevails at Constantinople. �>..* * * * '* * * * ** * * How About Your Teeth? THE teeth are among the most important, if not the most Important, factors in keeping the health of the  body. Everything the body needs for food goes in by way of the mouth; it is ground and chewed by the teeth ' and these, like any other machine that works without rest, day after day, need to be kept in perfect condition. There are sufficient cases in evidence to warrant tho assertion that unclean teeth bring on disease of the gravest character. How about your teeth? It will cost you nothing to let us examine them. Remember also- 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, Lethbridr-c LETHBRIDGE, ALBERTA CALGARY OFFICE-USA EIGHTH AVENUE E. EDMONTON OFFICE-3 CRISTALL BLOCK. Full Text of Wilson Reply Washington, Oct. 8.-The text of the reply handed to the Charge of Switzerland here follows: "Sir: I have the honor to acknowledge on behalf* of the president your note of Oct. 6, 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 momentous questions involved require, the president of the United States deems 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 his( 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 application? "'The president feels bound to say with regard to their suggestion- of an armistice that he would not feel at liberty to propose a cessation of arms to the governments with which the government of the United States is associated against the central powers so long as the armies of these powers are upon their soil. The good faith of any discussion would manifestly depend upon the consent of the central powers immediately to withdraw their forces everywhere from invaded territories. ."'The president also feels that he is justified in asking whether the imperial chancellor is speaking ARE DUE TO ACIDITY Telia Safe, Certain, Speedy Relief for Acid Indigestion. (By the Associated Press) Renewing major operations on the centre ot the line irom the. Meuse to the North Sen, Riitisli and American troops today are smashing into the rear defences of ib Gas distends tho stomach and caus-! es that full, oppressive, burning feeling sometimes known as heartburn, , while the acid irritates and inflames ' tho delicate lining of the stomach. The trouble lies entirely in the excess development or secretion of acid. To stop or prevent this souring of the food contents of the stomach and to neutralize the acid, and make it bland and harmless, a teaspoonful of bisurated magnesia, a good and effective corrector of acidv Btomach, should be taken in a quarter' of a glass of hot or cold water after eating or whenever gas, sourness or acidity is felt. This s.weetens the stomach and neutralizes the acidity in a few moments and is a perfectly harmless and inexpensive remedy to use. An ant.Iacid, such as bisurated rnag-nesid which can be obtained from any druggist in either powder or tablet form enables j.he stomach to do its work properly without the aid (of artificial digostents. Magnesia comes in several forms, so be certain to ask for and take only Bisurated Magnesia, which is especially prepared for the Above purpose. All l Se^prepared-have a bottle in the house _ . . ....___�._ __!,i._ it,.....,* km' ^ummmmMmmA hv lltrBf'fl Pain KxtrrminAtrtr. -It; Attack* of rheumatism, lumbago, nenreleia, toothache, earache, sore throat srp is eauallv enVcllve for relieving swollen joint*, sprains, lame back and oUMT MM i  miuxnw mm a. mmuT uac yoafs used and recommended I Don't exir?lmcnl-l.uy Hirst's to* ttaiMried faroi Jr friend-a,t dealer* or write ub v ' hikst rrmkdv COMPANY. Hamilton. Canada. Makers at HIRSTS Family Salve by Hirst's Tain Kxtrrmiimtor. It a hundred uses-and for over 40 xurrimcm-��> - i i - �- .....- ------ HIKST RF.MKDV COMPANY. Hamilton, Canada, and HIRST'S Pectoral Syrup ot Herohoped and Elecampane for eouRhs and culdi M ... . ..Uk merely for the constituted authorities of the empire who have so far conducted the war. He deems the answer to these questions vital from every point of view.' "Accept sir, the renewed assurances of my high consideration. (Signed) "Robert Lansing." Washington, Oct. S.--President Wilson's reply to the German-Austrian request for an armistice and peace (negotiations probably will be despatched before night, if it is not already on the cables. After being called into conference by the president witli Col. House and Secretary of State Lansing, the president's secretary, Mr. Tumulty, announced today that Mr. Lansing would see the newspaper correspondents at 4 o'clock and "probably would have something for them." None of tho^e in the president's confidence would give any intimation 'of hia decision, but when'the conference , was over there Was no change in the I confident belief throughout official | circles that an armistice would be flat-i ly refused and the central powers in-; formed unequivocal acceptance of conditions laid down by. the United States and the afties- must precede any meeting of peacjo plenipotentiaries. Col. House In Conference Washington, OcL S.-After spending the morning in his study. President Wilson at noon today called in Secretary Lansing, Col. House and Secretary Tumulty. The impression was created that there would be an announcement'soon of the president's action on the German and Austrian peace offers. \ No Answer to Austria. Washington, Oct. S.-No answer to the Austrian peace proposal is contemplated at the present. This was made known officially. PHOTOPLAY THEATRE Two well known local men, Len. S. Brown and Harry T; Hudson have taken a lease on the Orpheum Theatre in this city, and are now, making public their intentions regarding the future policy of the theatre. A new name will be given the theatre. It will bear the name of "The Colonial," "the brightest spot in Lethbridge." The theatre Is now in the hands of a small army of decorators, carpenters, and -other mechanics, and is being thoroughly renovated, re-decorated and re-modelled. Conifortable seats are being installed,'' each and every seat giving a restful and clear view of the screen and stage. The lighting system W being given careful attention, the system being installed on the semi-indirect principle. A ladies' waiting room, with' toilet and other sanitary conveniences is being Installed. When the theatre is opened the waiting room will be in charge of a matron, who will give careful attention to the wants of the lady patrons of the Colonial. A checking system will be inaugurated, whereby patrons of the Colonial theatre will bo afforded the convenience of checking anything from hats and coats, to automobiles and baby buggies, free of charge. An excellent, orchestra has been engaged for the coming season, one. feature of which will be Jan Russell, the phenomenal boy violinist. A new Belgian Mirror screen, and a brand new operating booth equipment will onsure the acme of perfection in the projection of the motion pictures. A magnificent list of bookings has been secured, arid it .will he the privilege of patrons of the Colonial to see the world's foremost screen stars and productions at the Colonial first. All programs will be personally selected by tEe management, with a view to the absoluto elimination of any poss sible objectionable features. Cleanliness will be predominant in all departments of the Colonial. In short, there is a distinct surprise in storo for Lethbridge theatre-goers when the doors of the new Colonial theatre are thrown open for the first time, for the opening night will mark am epoch in the photoplay history of the southern part of the Provlnce.- AT STARLANTl With every chance'in the world for �access, having inherited countless millions and a strong physique from his paternal parent. Charles Ray still insists that he is an incurable drunkard-and proceeds to demonstrate the fact that notwithstanding that science declares him absolutely immune. It all happens in his newest Paramount picture, "The Family Skeleton" in which he will bo seen at Starland on Wednesday and Thursday. How his dainty sweetheart succeeds in curing him in spite of himself has been humorously shown in the photoplay which was directed by Victor L. Scheftzing-er under the supervision of Thomas 11. Ince and which boasts a splendid cast including Sylvia Bremer, Andrew Arbuckle, Billy Elmer. Otto Hoffman and Jack Dyer. A two-reel Keystone comedy and other good features will be shown on the same program. AT THE EMPRESS EMPRESS TONIGHT LAST TIME i NAZIMOVA'S PLAY GREATEST OF CAREER Work in "Toys of Fate" Surpasses Brilliant Achievements in "Revelation." "Toys ot Fate!" What .are any of us, except toys of fate? That's what a man says when he is "blue,"-when things will not go right,-when destiny itself seems to balk him in every effort, But, as Browning says, "Sometimes the worst turns tlje best to the brave- The black momenta's at end." Well, that is the way it is with Azah, the fascinating gyspy princess in "Toys of Fate," in which the great Russian artiste, Nazimova, stars. When there seems to bo no way out, -when misery has taken possession of her , soul,-then comfort with its I LEMON JUICE ! WHITENS SKIN Girls! Make beauty lotion at home for few cents Squeeze the juice of two lemons into a bottle containing three ounces of Orchard White, shake well, and you have a quarter pint of the best, bleaching and skin whitening lotion, and com plexion beautifier,,at very, very small cost. Your grocer has the lemons and any drug store or toilet counter,will Supply tjiree ounces of Orchard White for a fejiv pents. MasBage this sweetly fragrant lotion into the face, neck, arms and hands each day and see how tan, redness, sallowness, sunburn and windburn disappear and how clear, soft and rosy-white the akin becomes. Yes! It is harmless.-Advertisement. WEDNESDAY-THURSDAY PARAMOUNT PICTURES PRESENT Charles Ray IN "The Family Skeleton" ALSO TWO-REEL KEYSTONE COMEDY AND OTHER FEATURES m%. WmWmmrn^ II IK lllMfc W WBBH APPI F AT "THE BAY" There Will Arrive on Wednesday Morning r 125 Boxes of No. 1 APPLES "Gravenstein," "Wealthey's," and "Blenheim / Orange." |p PER We Shall Sell Them at 2.89 DELIVERED PHONE YOUR ORDERS EARLY BOX � First Formal Announcement LEN S. BROWN AND HARRY T. HUDSON Take pleasure in announcing that they have taken over the theatre formerly known as "THE ORPHEUM THEATRE," and have now completed arrangements for thoroughly REDECORATING, RENOVATING AND REMODELLING THE PROPERTY. At an Early Date the Theatre Will Be Re-opened Under the New Name, the THEATRE "THE BRIGHTEST SPOT IN LETHBRIDGE" ~ , Every known convenience for the comfort, safety, and vyelfare of the modern theatre-goer is being installed. CLEANLINESS in ail departments will be a feature. WATCH FOR WEDNESDAY'S ANNOUNCEMENT I BUT IN THE MEANTIME SAY "COLONIAL 99 M A ICCTir FRIDAY & SATURDAY lVlAJLO I Iv-OCTOBER 11th & 12tK BARGAIN MATINEE SATURDAY , THE NEW SONG PLAY My IRist (JNDEREU4 ^*->"'THE STORY OP WHAT HAPPENED TO A LITTLE IRISH GIRL IN THIS COUNTRY and ABROAD hear"PEG"sing A Complete Scenic Production and an Excellent Company of N�w ' York Players, including DAISY CARLETON as "PEG." PRICES .......____....... ...................."50c, 75c, $1.00 Matinee Saturday .......50c and 75c Children ...........25c.' 'HANDS UP"-EPISODE TWO LAST TIMES TONIGHT AT 7.00 AND 9.00 SHARP ALICE BRADY IN "THE SPURS OF SYBIL' � ; 1 < AND FATTY ARBUCKLE IN "ROUGH HOUSE" PRESC Nazimova in Toys of Fate' TONIGHT LAST TIME The World's Greatest Actress in Her Greatest' Triumph: AHo Lyons afld Mama ?o4 Latest Current Events. Coming Soon-"To Hell Mfifth the Katttlf 4 482355 ;