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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - October 9, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta WEDNESDAY. OC/IOMKM \K Great Trap CI THE rJ'THBniDGE DAILY HERALD PAGE FIVI-: Dn Huns In sing West British'Headquarters In France, Oct. 9.-Yesterday's victory yield ed the allies, besides prisoners, 60 square miles of territory and a great haul of field gunc, trench mortars and machine guns. Moreover, important tactical results were achieved. The enemy lias been thrust back into the open country beyond any conlinuous defense works. The heavy counter attack from thr direct ion of Avion resulted in^ first hand-to-hand fighting. Thr enemy's numerical superiority compelled us at first to (live ground. The riaval division took the strongly fortified villaoe of Nicrgncs. capturing many prisoners. THE TRAP IS CLOSING The allies are now in ttfe open country on the Cambrai-St. Ouen-tin front and are threatening Doha in, an important junction of I roads and railways, the Americans last night having pushed with in two miles, of that phA,e. Once master of Bohaln, the allies, should they push toward Guise, would take in the rear not ot!y the Laon-St. Gobain massif, but the positions along the river Serre. dubbed by the Germans the Hund-ing line, which joins at,Chnumonl-' Pore ten the Brunhilde line running along the Aisnc> The other arm of the trap which ts closing relentlessly on the Germans, that operated by Gen. Gou-rard. has also secured important results in the teeth of desperatt, resistance. While instead of attacking the support line frontally. Gen. G on mud Is turning it by marchinrjon Guniville and hat .ir rived close to tne former place. Consequently, there is every probability of his reaching the Brun- hilde line at the time when its western continuation, the Huriding line, is in danger. Fight in Open Country With lli'* AnKlo-AiwM'ifau Armies N>nr St. Qucnfln, Off. U. rmnn pri-hoim'in indicat*' Hint tin* �'u"iny in-tondM tu i't'lilf I'Irst In th" Viih'iirh'M-; lies line anil then in tin: liiu* nf the Mfiisi', The hulk of tin* (Ionian* in ! Kranoo already urf rulirintf. However. \ there will be hard fighting nil the i way back to t li" prepared positions i nf the new line.- Hill it will be f|�ht* ! ink over open niul new cimnliy. where I he whipjM'i tanks, armored motor ears and avulry should have, if they ;n-e nut alr"ady bavlntr. the opportunity to do the work cut out. lur their The (iermau poMflmM tenth of f'am-j hrni are i|oiniu;itinl by the new Hrlt-ish on Hie .-oullieast. The HH- The Day's War Summary v. .ml the new (lenmm pe;e e juojiomI most >eveiity for the wanton destrito* h. that it lion Id be ignore.| ,. ,\ ] ; iat J t ion of f*i'  n�� h ; owns ami other na y Mie thiioc to (Jo i- to *" bit 11�� r i!\\;iv at i er>" endorse th!:* demand ! tie eiieu.y lini'\ ' until a pe.ic'- lia - � ' beitjj ^iTtrred s'l'-h a*,* has b'-m enirncj-1 1 - i (By th. Associated Press) | llU\t] Vy Wil/oi: Thi� ;itjf- ! Koived from fnmhrai. one r,r the strong pillars of the I flndenhun.; kv> i V"1" T lnr,il 1,1 '',,! ""1"n' t,y item, (he clermans today are |,"li,r, driven hat'k toward th" Krenrh frou' i niKity are ;{(�,[ _ HINDENBURG LINE LOST Apparently the Ceniuuis have now lost tin* Hind'tibii'T line on the front from ('umbra! to Sf. QU'jiir.iu. Field Marshal Half; resumed bis attack 'lii-= innrniiiK and report* that projcr'-.-.. is V-Iiir made, on a front of more than :t(> miler from porlheiuf of Camlirai to east of St. Qwutin. Am the Uerniari defeune n>*Htem in Hi- centre fall- to the Hrltinh and Ainerirans, the French and Americans on the southorii v. all. iroiu Khehiis to east of the ."\Icu-e. tv .HTiiafiling their way northward, tht eat eninp the important railway juiiet hm �which rim eastward troiu the broken St. (.hieitiin-Caiulnai line. NEW HUN LINE NEAR FRONTIER KuM of the nihdenhiM'K lln". in the S>, Quentln-t'ambrai area, the Her mans are reported to have no prepared tWen.->eH until a liti" imiu',dl;ii."ly ';i-t tihli are in a position to hasten the ; nf frontier Is reached Ka**t of Miiy line, whicli would run 1hrom;h \'al* n- rii'iine.,, tht! (Jernums have the line of the .Wc-u.-e.  TOOK MORE THAN 8.C00 PRISONERS j retreat there by turnim: an e�i!iI,diHK I Hre against i]te ) ierjjcui jm ition . Durniny As They Go The (iei'nati liave t.fiNil i�ut ninj;! ibe south, the Hrltish ami Ann rieann took inon' than s.nno piisoii"! and a r / '---#  1 r V f AC\xmmw PERFKCTION OIL HEATER WEEK Oct. 12 to Oct. 19 i I '� .ii! el.i iir. r .irr.iiiKpd lria| * IV �] . -i in all 1> r >�ot� ..i �Mie tif the ni.av rr^ v.idi fVricrtuni ty �!: ;'. A-U \ oir ilr.ik r .iho�:* IN iir- tmn (�! Up^fr w it in' -Mlit'y le at � t;;> and - h*- hand-^oMir and well mad'- It  'lie d.t\ ; vdl n 1" h-e M.�i..> �.nrr ,,f your "CeinUni n^"t.au� " h%� (ir-i'-mii; ;,ut'ft�t; set ni' t'umrd oak (idling chairs N'Hthw sratod; plain Unm'tl ouk roi-kfr: iwo funuul oak rockers, leather miholstninKUryail omu* louim*' chair; Pinms-iun dining iahh>; dr�'^hrrs ;,in( \v;isliH(aiufs; BR^S BED AND COIL SPRING; kitchen cuiibutint with doublu gla�H door*; child's cot aiicl niattrcso; Mi cull apring; kiKln*n cuhinct; 1 drop leaf tahlc*. kitrhui! tables and "fdiaii s; refi iMc.rat(tr; MISSION OAK HALL ENCH; iHM'usiimul tables; GOOD CARPET SQUARE, *>xlU; another one �x tin: barrages falllnt; npcrn. t mii'> tod t>" bet wti'rt St i"ti ne ;i n f t and lour An-trhui Held ^uni. Thorn \va^ fierce n^htiim in this area In rapturing Cambiai ami br-'aKiti;; thro\i^h "tiif ; 11 � i  r a : >  rut lim u;h ra il\va> - are rut. Herman rommunlmtion hefw.-u th" i.a(m rtia.-rif and th" I.ill" salient will ho lost. RAPIDLY OUTFLANK LAON MASSIF Fiohl Marshal HjrK Inn driven into the Herman line- a mKantir s.iU> n' hasted ofi t'ainbrai. Kvn if it does not rcrow larger, thi- -ali'-n' \a a ur�'a' mrnaen to thn Idllo and I.aon positions. It would ^ei-m within the possibilities of the next few days that tin- (Jernmus will withdraw from th�* Kaon inat-.-iii. as tlte Freiirh and Ancr nan'' on th�' r-ti&t. and the Hritish and Aunuiran- n ;hf 11 helm hu' unable to a\n\t ihr forward mnv*M�rnt�; of (Jeneraln ;ii have hern Improved by th" -,ueees?ful Kretndi Mid Amert an thin t east of | ' the MfiiK*'. The advam i' there frees the t roop^ went of t h>- Men-;" from 1 tiii- menar^ of Herman artillery north of Verdun. In the npera'ion- on the-i- . .e-lors. Tuesday, the Aneriean iroop-- t*mU :;."tio jni-oiMi- and a nuinle-r id' j i Alonn thn Artie-, rue I'reneh yesterday i aptnrrd ptiun.r- ! Th" preat offen.^iv of Ho- al!i"d aniiies in 1'rani" appear- to have rearh�-d j a rlimax and the next f�-w >\vy- ina>* wltnrss eporbal even;-, m :h for Lapnr and h"tuoeracy, whieli mad" i? puhlie Trie ,.t�t"mem in 'par' fo) I o \\ ' "The \niu . ' n-; - i ] {e u t er ' In di:-etl (([!' "'. :t ( ((;t '� pea'" N'"if(-. ' "ler A it ,� t]ic d> *�!" >t ' a " � �e ! !'a r " -1 i ([ J" r it rma u v' . " j*-:- T *t- ' r 1 i v Wl ame Goo or th a I t tin � ,. ml 'iii.ii; i mtxi I \ th - ma ml i "pa i ECAUSK tlun. fkim milk ^\\) not nourish a bft'by; has nothing to t!o vJith mill; frc^U fiotn a registered cow*. + f J � �r t lit- l;i tt -1\\ t f 1 ;i t tin ir; f!' inni > i"mi M'-i r \i1 J'i iio^M f 1;;**� * iM'fl'* jxi- ;i�nj ' � nr,.*:,'* m.ifi'4 to )  I t ;)*' v. "i;-h 1 dd ni^r^s. Th'1 aviaio;v ti-e I tludr machine J KUir-' auaim t our tIr-^i lines ami the n�ad*- tow ai d Moor.-Jede and IV.^rh* end.ode Lost Dnttalion Relieved ! With the Anieriean Forces North-wit! of \erdun. (let s With their , ;i mm unit ion ne.trly exhausted ami | . v.eaKem-d ti'nin lack of food tluritiK a PRES. MOORE SPEAKS Ott.iua, !>�*!. v Tojm Moor**, tho new prt :dd�'ni "f the Trades ;111> 1 l,a-tior re al: 11iir do-ire - t o �trian premier, an iiiunced officially tha* a peace note a.id h(-en mmu to Pre ident Wilson ami -aid: In a tneiiMirp tim im'e ar.ep;- ihe had- for negotiation.- indicated hy an j the living \\wv \ not allnu \\ \\\ tlm adver-e [ a pel(, Co-it w mild lM-tr.)> the drad 1 r;,mp. It W evidence t..at tlm central lor le;,ve the po^sihllit.v of the unborn pouers are disjio^i'd t.i adopt a coiir>e j Keu-rationi Ihmhk airnin ,":i,'' wu,)!,i lf . reqmtvs in umnv detail, a modtfi. utfim j "a Wlth ThM J'��^^ ..ml mid.at. , � period or /ne ,i.-iy., in ivhirti rhey h;nl llf lhl. political' ends Ai,ich thu^ far I "r . wild their h\- . hern eip .ill" Irani tlodr comrade^ mip n-lVt. dir.-cted public ..pinion Never j Wa'' arh( P,,r nuhtars.^'n atji; -m . thelf'i-^. I hope tills a -mhlv -,\ill ;ip j lu*';r t:l'^ " pro.*' nf the new ^tep i.-;Mim: to .ail U' S' Lnbor 5 Attitude port jn Hie i!tick>'frf of the Ar^onim, a � battalion of American troop.- ha; finally been fe-cued hy a |e|K'f expedition, accord i nr. t u report ;* received tui^ moiulnir Trie Irt-f Ji.iMalmn. u ho ,e whereabouts ,i mysterv tor *utnn- tun�* aiier it. diMappearaiM-e during the at-t.oU al.uir, the edp- o. tlie Ari;oune, compri - ed several hundred tm-n under rV' cominaml of Major rharle-W a it t I*'-i-\. t'oniplet ely -urrountb'd hy riie �� \ re\ us a Jul would ne-et ! ;rom Hit* eentr >l power- inflexible iv -iduiion." I'he rhambi : t ion beuan a ili-.'u i=ion of u n:e nt n.ut inti- coiicenuiu; ! he food -.ji u.it nm and interior The alt Hthb- ,i; t!w Ame.il an federation of l.ahor to GRAHAM WAFERS Crisp, golden-brown squares of nourishment. Som-Nor Biscuit A most appctizinRly flavored Soda Biscuit salted or plain-in triple* scaled packages. North West Biscuit Co. Edmonton Renin* UftUf.U Vancouver VAN40M toon Eo*fw i ,c Wlnm Hi.* New Colonial Thfiutro j luiV(' *lu-tatoa hort'." b- an opens its dnorii for Hie first time at ! optKHin* b> popular- roivpiiou ot tho to tho accomplument ut one of tho prosbiotitial document, best oivhostras hoard in l.othbridS'* 1 Varis was en wuy io luiitt*�'**-1 onts, arc now roHldlng in Southorn Al-j Labor Oppoaet Peace bona, and it is with a view to widen-; Seattle, Oct T.od by the Amer-iim bis experience whilst in t>nadn, j ican trade union movonieut, ortsanlzod that he lias accepted the position as ! labor of the allied nation* will stern-, violinist with tho Colonial tuchostra. 1 ly oppose any peace plan ihut doer- not r-:-.---------.-.-.;^-r---- 1 -� \ i'Ontouipiato tin* eiitlro (K-Btructlon of i the (ierman military machine and its 1 power over the Oorman worker.*. { This is the pertinent .iummiiu; up \ of tho war aims and poao*j objectives � nf American labor made by William ; Short, of Seattle, president of Urn ' \Va�bington suite federation of labor, commenting upun the importance of : recent action of the inter-alUed labor I conference in London In accepting \ Pretidoui Wil-un's war program as its own. BOB LOPG U N ION M AOL OVERALLS SHIRTS S. GLOVES AT THE MAJESTIC Our('ui.:ulinn mirsi^ arc nmU o*l 'over ihcre'1 IJOW tlH IM'VtT 1>C* fnn\ Thw is the time to h'urn how to take rare of tilt* WOUUrfrtl, the Mvk-or :iny emcrm'iip>. Voo j ran learn a ^rt-:it I ing tht'"MtMliral Acivisi-r1^ irum your nran-Ht j t>oui)(l in rlolht j terHouKifst Aul, H n n if a k i n k i Aimtoinv. 1 ly- : gieno, NiarritiK^, * Mother and Rahr; or �eml Wl*: to Dr. Vwtci\ CourtwriRhi-St., HridKoburR, Ont. Thounftnda of vroin^n in Canatil iiav* nverrnfnw 1 th'-ii ftufteringi, �nti U%\f b�m?n rurt*�m at rctcuUr or irregu-Uir intervftl* �hnul*l 1>� corrr*rrfrr, l^fire1?! la\ nril* Wvr-riiilion to nr^l �mi rutwtown wotnfJi I mm the, mother ot ilht rhiblr**!. ami have frtLiuamly lad ru*ed nf uch a tunie but did not know what io take unlit tuy MMpr^ gft\ a U\f iMve o! tht� 'Favorite 1 ~? r; otion' which s!i2 hcr.-ilf had louud to be rood. It wa* exactly the tonij my �yetcm icquired and STARLAND TONIGHT AND TOMORROW PARAMOUNT FEATURE Charles Ray IN The Family Skeleton ALSO "LATEST WAR GAZETTE" TWO-REEL KEYSTONE COMEDY MAJESTIC FRIDAY-SATURDAY AND SATURDAY MATINEE THIS WEEK The New Song Play % Ma^eatic theatre patrojis on Frlilay ^bctiJedid^onUMaforu^.-oliaVepiMiurPin and Saturday cveninga auU Saiurday i i .ith^rt, kopinc th%t tlioy *iH *iv� tho Pro- mnlinnA nt thw wOt*\c \v\\\ hfi vo 'in or>. � : lioa' atrial and bt V-u^Ue I 1 >**'- portunlty ot seeing the new song play j "My Irish Cinderflla," tiie play thut; ihai been acclaimcl by critics to be a I worthy Muocessor to "P*k O' My j Heart" HK-h tn broad humor, HfintU-j latlpK with HparklinK comedy, and en! rloheC 1 B rnnn 11*"*1- trV !. I 1 pom if i 'in* i-  � Hr^.i^m, ,-.r _/,,)e ground \t r |i*; i-ii'en, tf'tion want / knot? th" t-ur ifcrr! of it f/'/r'rintM rur nf tnffet, tyti'r for our U. '-l-f. -PERFEi COfhii; -VEHMCll.Y MADE". CHAH A 5ASB0RN, 11�* montri:al Oj.' U- ! * * i||ki!~* -1111 i * * ( �111'1 IP X f l, hi*r*- .ir-- ��Mini- oi nun* fun � ' '?nv* ui*  � inul I'mIup1? V|M� \s 111 lilhl LADIES' WAITING SPLENDID ORCHESTRA v. h.i \\ w ill rt-inii-r tU* I.tfi- 1 + i !-* inn-1* 11 ^t*l*-*i \ u*n - PERFECT PROJECTION dtainl in w (:*�! ?ir** i.i.n Ii in*' - WORLD'S GREATEST PICTURES L tuau in cuptivity CLEAN SURROUNDINGS i0\ t-rythinK spotI**ftsI> cl^an iwm ilttor tu t'<*HliiK- COURTEOUS ATTENDANTS whu wiy MniHiiRiy your '-vory want. BEAUTIFUL FLORAL EFFECTS thruuKhout tin* auditorium; How crs in profusion. �iond to ANO EVERYTHING, BRIGHT, CLEAN AND COSY, in UeopiiiK with tho motto oi the uuiiuik1-* ment - The BriQhte�t Spot In Uethbr'dae," CMPRESC June Caprice i � J TODAY* AND mm TOMORROW A Small Town Girl Also Latest Official Goyarnmtnt Review; Alio L-KO Comedy. Cominj Friday and Saturday-FLORENCE REED IN "TODAY." ;