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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - October 10, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta Till KSPAY. OCTOHITJt 10, imr. THE LHTHn RIDGE DAILY HERALD PAGE FIVE British At Le Cateau French Near Vouziers The Day's War Summary u London, Oct. 10.-Britten cavalry today reached the outskirts of Le Cateau, the railway junction, southenct of Cambrai, which is the immediate British objective, the Exchange Telegraph com-pnny says It (earns. Nearing Vouziers Paris, Out. Hi. - � Yesterday -Jen. I flouraud'H forces advntici'd siill fur I ther toward the i in port ant June t inn ' ol' Vnu/.iers. whib' tin* Aiiu'ricam* ' pn.-died Forward jind joined t he Krench ; aouth of (Irand l'r- > I'fiini' so dangerous that tho (-vacua- ' lion of this vast and iiuportant pocket In tho near future .si-fin.- iinpora^ivu. Hun Kultur With tho Atiglo-A merican l-'mces Southeast of Cambrai, Oct.' In. i \Ior_ [ Vibgl. Itrltish Niud American forte, i tfoiitftuiiMt to advance rapidly and an- i driving (lit: demoralized (iorniaiH be | *oro them, according to all available I foports on this front. Tito whole battle is on a fiold that was aflame throughout the night. Tho many tiro:- liave destroyed towns and farmhouses completely. The powerful mine.- which tin- (in' main iiad plated under Cambrai seem to have lit-i'j) sol with a tiui" fme, the idea being to complete tin- destruction started oy tiro and to kill a^ gnat number of the allie.; .-oldie i-s n tn its nai roil - "Oi Fridu> aud SmImi'I.iv t)\ ilij- wi'^b '.v'n-ti " M y lri:'ii p m l ti r p! iiMU- 1 . ' M  It It i. fin h-i 1, i " i . ;? i j 1 i i i nil! i:im i ii'U\ hniii^ i n � 11 ' � '' V *  \ At'.1 .1 lt.i in .\rv. Vol i. T ' � ti r' > I ^i'ion 11*-" \Viili;.ilF rvj i I. n"]1^41 ^ 'I1'1 I'-'iH "i' I -nil ^11" I v v 11 j i - - * if c *| V nn Mm* n hi *� j I I ;i , h : Mi)*1 iii !-�': � i .1 j;: m| n\ f >a* � 'Mil' - t ,i * " \\) ** �] rl M f 1! \ iin. iw Mm* !m�;;. ' 11 !w>r! i j ]mi1 1 f i -1' 11' e \: Im-/ - 'lit in \\ ' .rl; i n ,t ji * t Mo fie hi � Mi ' M ha- 'm - � � 11 he; i 1 to j ] .,: ,;, hi\ e .in \V>n::aJ. .jol ' i. 11  m| ;i 11 11 :� \ - ,� \ * * u! r\ m m l. -Me I * If-** 1)1 ln\ n ni:i n Im'T\ jin! t mi .i i- iri vi- ('nlnliinl Mm i Mi . ' i'nii. ! h*' ^'  � r ^ I**1.-1 iM ! INl '> fi'i/i;, !i:e f (, a n a i i ; i j �' [ i f stated today i b  I tb* � bi le i'l' "iid 'o tie l hem- i b, ��� i t 'i!i;r fiinis for the i'*'!111;;4�.! I-., i iie opt u markct. in t h i .'. i, t nev . [|l be able to got, t ho pi�d\ ot t b- � i,' � in; . ui I In addition, l'i 'he ie'iur> l;11-otI. in I ep;-.-u*  ia." ' v-i\[: . � ij11>�!> pi''tui'es> of Uio w.:r. U' -it Mm- p ,: i ' ,f v j||i| ?/' fin i j; " i - 1 ! M * \ j'� u i \u -trab,!. a:i-l 1 . li - eovereii" ami eto-a "f ' Mode tv" it, London, Oct. 10.-French troops operating in Serbia are pushing toward the Montenegrin frontier, according to the Central News Agency. The Serbian army h�s reported a line between 15 and 18 miles south of Nish. Turks Had Evacuated.. Loudon, Oct. Io. French and Bri li'h war-hips, whieh entered Beirut, the chief seaport of Syria, on Sunday, found that tho Jowti had been ^om ia (iuise. They have made progress to the cast and southeast oi St. Quentin, where they are rlo-'oiy approaching the river. Their eoiumn- have parsed This 1 Nohv Dante, jM-arly six miles directly c;i*t of St. Q'J'-ntin. t having a marked effect, in closing the Laon pocket. DOUAI MARKED TO FALL Tho no.lgo drive?) from Cambrai east is affoding the fr-mr nortli of Lens, Tho Mritish 1st. aimy is moving forward in the dip-itum of Douai. which | seems the next Town marked for capture by the allie. . AMERICAN THRUST EAST OF VERDUN V.'he:, '| 1! !n ing m repcrtou'r w ith Freil Nibb. land .lo-epbiue Cohan, and r.,iv� lor a Miiitraet to appear in pit tare, unde * ))is dii'-cMon. li'-.'' training b> lb" \f git imate stau.- gteatlv lo-lped ln-i . and while tlic ingenue ro]e her stroni' e-f point, hJjc 'an )�" .a - /fain'-' and t'ee;i Thrr .Ami-ricau army is delivering hard blows upon Mm tr-mbling Cermanl rharminr'a uonn;di. iiih' a - r de;ci:sive system. Tlteir thrust, east of the Verdun ar-a i- bei,lK tollroved 1 know-up by further attacks which Jta\o resiiPed in tho advatce (J(- ,f,(. Ullt. fh(,I|1(l l(f "Vmj-Iim \ well up toward that won by the offensive west of the n,-. ; j : ..... ... ..........~ .. ... ,/ . AT TUK COLONIAL. GREAT ARTISTS ON COLONIAL DILLS .la 1 i a ;.  i i r \' - � f t ;o  1 * >1 b i w 1 i :,!� 1 i * til Hie !ld -a Hi t ead ib I e a ! i / e f ha f t be 111 a i 11;',' \ of tic- fof- niri -1 mo' ji a::: hi Fa ,; b i'i h . \\" m s M;i: N1 *Mii i T�i 1 m j 11 f ' ;i im l":r \ \\ \ a i \ [' s ; , I * i m 11 -1 o tp1 I 'm ,' JMnrn* Tic ... rjpirMy pin-lik-iv thnt \\\t\ . 111 m "p^n Tor pfihlir nnxl, 't m , t i1 will * 'n all : :r! j  ' ^ 'inin,; nt rn'XC >:m M .ili �' it* � i t i /HEN THE NEW � i A 1 i under (lie rente;- of the town after it t"pl,i !i"il'ul ^mulay and found the had heen orcttpie.l bv the Mritbdi The : tmv� '-vactlated by the enemy. (Hi seen iin.i 1-^uday Mritish armored cruisers, pre- eoiliug our cavalry and infant ry 'adage, rbc e\a� t > \teut of ""ins, arrived and on Tuesday advaim- ed deiaehinents of Mtith-h Indian in fantry occupied th" place. They were received outhusiastirally bv the In* dash and th tonation wop lioard for miles, tireat di \\ lii ch has not yet be* n not or mined. was done in Cambrai. .More French () machines. ' TURKEY'S SURRENDER INDICATED Advices received in allied countries arc believod to indhav \}]it .�.vi?hdr:i\v-al of Turkey from the war very soon. *'.ormans. Some ot Ue- inhabitant of . habitant the tftwtt rihhi'.i out to timet tb�'j Prisoners Over 75.000. marching MrltCh and i:rooted ihetn ; "Prisoners taken t�y the Kgyptian with cheers and t�ar-. j e\p�. a tt ed pre jud !� e.. ot ii.'i- Claim-"It'll obi fa h ' ' " ^,. i II bo ah own I n add it ion in t lie ji �*�Kn't \ A; bltekb' will lie .-how n in hi late.-t two reel scream. "The Jbdl Hoy." Tbi  i- 4 i M: i: i .i  bo . . . \ I '.; a ' I ' \ '.!lta It ub> t; ! ��; i � 1 ot. � C . I-;,i ; , ' I.o\ e. i ; � 'j' M , , I t ^ I ' !,�� 4 * * 4 1 1 i i 1 3, i Mt j 1 * ( 11 a -!'. THEATRE Ail I * i CMPRES I TOMORROV/ ii by an artist. presented by a photographed and produeod by other the latent Inffcct ive r if bv. received here today. i \|;,nv of the prisoners . aptnred Ludendorff Quits." were in a lamentable state of exhat ~ Washington. Oct. lo. -From one of tion. Thev are receiving such treat-the Kuropeau nmiiral countries today mf,nt an,( attention as is possible." ii report rem bed tlo* state department , Much Booty, that (leu. Unlemlorff had suffered a, T()ki0- 0(.t> L..--Tho .lapanese war I physical collapse and nd iiuptished command of the Cerman army. Movements of French. Maris, Oct. 1 n -French t roup - la -t night, continued the pnr-irt uf the (b-i-inans in the region ea.-t of St. Que;t Mti, the war otfbannoutu en toda>. They have parsed Fond nine X it re J)atue and Meanti'inix. In the fighiing north of the Ai-Ue ; (tftice today announces that the booty [ capture ! hy the allied forces in the A mur ^1 i u rift of Siberia bet ween Sept. is anil Sept. 22 included five M"anu-hips. :iu car*, five automobiles, r.u rifle.-, one machine gun. 17 oisc*. ', of ainmunliion and thousands of bay- | onets and lances. Reigti of Terror Continues. j. i , . � Stockholm. Sept. In - ]n Mtite ot 1-repch pressure resulted in wresting ,h(, ' (lie plateau de Croix sam 'Jb-ie jjoni the Hermans, whib* further east cms. King of the Aisnc canal was effected in tile region of Vtllers-en-Frayora-^. Attacking vigorously in th,. chain-pamie. the French captured Ciiey, two iiiies west of Monthois. a*!1 urattce of Nikolai Iamuo-, \lie Jjot: heviiii premier, the Hed terrorism continues in I'etrograd. Al. /itioviei'f. a (dose pul it ica I jissori.ite of Me nine, declares it \ol (iid ph.. bout:'.it them iu the d'-ar-e*-t niarbol. ! ii \\ '1 ', I ' i I ' 1 .'i 1,11 1 ^ k i 1 1 * L h * 1 P 4 i . i � � *  -1 'Mtl c -� LADIES' WAITING ROOM H  I 1 ' I - i ' * i I'll '�'mi; - ii. SPLENDID ORCHESTRA w Me]* , j|| nr.; - a i nbw,- 11,,. b.bjd: uuu . ii uis. PERFECT PROJECTION a.'i ompli died b-- th" u i .m;o : -;ars and pro duction- of the dav :ner jiolicc commissioner. i� reiiotled in have been shot at Tauihor. i In Silasrla. j TolCo. Oct, 2.-Reporting military operaliiins iu Siberia, an official statement issued today by the Japanese I war office nay*: t "Ca.vnl\\ an 1 infantry pursuing the ____ � enemy from /a*ya. In the direction of Ranbtiki. (-apt ii rod lorakni and .lold- Dropped .'!2 Tons Homhs on Kn-' "'i'1 t,n s,,i>t- a detachment of the :bd division from Tchita roached Wef-uesv/.insk on September "The Xa\va river has been (leared by inim* .sweepers." political prisoners. O.en. Volkoff. for- ; K,.,Ss tons. The ship was interned at .Manila at the beginning of the war. emy Cantonments-New Attack Arjf i Willi tin1 A im idea n Forces N'ort h u est ol Verdun, t >ct. t Noon i .-  but. Fershiug's infantry today went Into action on the left wing of the ,-\r-rotino forest front after a violent artillery bombardment lasting all nigh; The (lormans an- throwing ia re *ervorf on their left flank, which now Jias been exposed in the Argonne pti-cart; Wunh tub; wash boilers; toilet set aud oi| u; iy check free of - bar:;- anyHiing from your lint and . oat i �. > mir aubunobile. LAST TIMES TONIGHT Ch arles ay COMFORTABLE SEATS with I'l'My ,f |:n-.>-i-oom" for :ln- lull"..';', man. in captivity. IN The Family Skeleton CLEAN SURROUNDINGS Kverythiii'.: spotlessly clean from floor to ceiljnr. 1208 SIXTH AVENUE SOUTH SATURDAY NEXT, OCT. AT TWO PROMPT INSTRUCTED BY MR. GEO. WHELIN WHO IS LEAVING THE CITY, I WILL SELL AT PUBLIC AUCTION AN ASSEMBLAGE OF SUPERIOR HOUSEHOLD .................. COURTEOUS ATTENDANTS w no a' 1 smilingly attend to FRIDAY AND SATURDAY your �very want. Enid Bennett! beautiful floral IN EFFECTS i- Amj-terdani. Oct. 10.- A revolt has broken out in pupul .Mr. and .Mrs. George A. Wood, Win- l.rc.k,... mi in llrimro, HcIkmuh. t!..� Ill|k,k, r,.,-p,iiy r.m'clv.-cl the twenty-I jiupiH.-!,-.- liavliiK n��.n �K�liiHt iii-'si!(.(lll,i oisuiilty mossa^ which has ll-mpis ,t tin- (.orman* to deport the ,.,,,, t() tJi.-i,- homo �lnc tho war be- In the expedition were -on hoinbiue I ki!!*1Ml or ,wol)�llt>*l numerous Melgians. airplanes, luo pursuit machines ami] 1 linu,^louf-Flnmlors. the newspap-r.u triplaues vV sa>s. rlit* roads are. encurnhered The Immhing pianos were given ,:vi!h ,,alMt'- 1|0,'�*,!* ���* P�Bt>r; EXCEPTIONALLY CT^OD DRESSER IN MISSION OAK WITH LARGE BEVELLED MIRROR and washstand; bed room chairs; brans trimmed beds with springs nud mattresses complete; child's table and chairs; handsome chiffonier in inahoganv; toilet ware; 4-HOLE KITCHEN RANGE WITH GAS CONNECTIONS; kitchen cabinet; kitchen chairs; washing machine and wringer; kitchen utensils, etc. TERMS CA8H PHONES 770-160 A PROMPT ATTENDANCE WILL BE APPRECIATED. " Naughty, Naughty" throughout the auditorium; flowers in profusion. AND FATTY ARBUCKLE IN HIS LATEST SCREAM AND EVERYTHING, BRIGHT. CLEAN AND COSY, in keeping, | with the motto o 1 the manage- mem - "THE BELL BOY No children under twelve years will be admitted on Saturday evening unless accompanied by parents. Our Free List is absolutely suspended for Saturday evening performances. In future try to come to the matinees. You wilt see the same show and be sure of a seat. r i "The Brightest Spot in Lethbridge." New* Vork. Oct. 10.-i'nfllleil orders airplanes j of the I'nited States Steel Corporation yesterday destroyed or brought down I on Sept. .10 were K,'J!�7,90Fi tons, ac- five German machine-* and one balloon. Fires have been seen burning on tho oast bank of the M*une toward Harauinont. northeast of Vilosnes-KUr Meu.se. Wftst of the rivor conflagrations have beep reported in itu> towns of Alucroville, Dun ami Uambe.villo. eording to the gorporution'A monthly statement issued today. TMa Is a | iliu'reiiHt* of -ittliliiT tons, compared ' with tho orders of Aug. :u. ! ^ Caj>t. 11, A. Thompson, son of V. Ik; ThonipHou, K.C, Stratford, was kill-; ed in action.. AT LETHBRIDGE, ALBERTA THURSDAY October 17th, 1918 ALL VARIETIES OF PURE BRED STOCK WILL BE ' REPRESENTED. CONDUCTED BY The Southern Alberta Wool Growers Assn. A NUMBER OF GRADE RAMS. BRED LOCALLY, GOOD SOUND HEALTHY STOCK WILL BE EXPOSED FOR BALE ALSO. Fri. (Tomorrow) & Sat. Oct. 10- BARGAIN MATINEE SATURDAY THE NEW SONG VLAY �\ With Daisy Carleton and an Excellent Company of Players.-NOT A MOVING PICTURE. >s REGINA LEADER BAYS:-"FULL HOUSE SEES PLEASING PLAY "MY IRISH CINDERELLA," THE PRODUC TION 16 A MERITORIOUS ONE AND THE COMPANY IS A CAPABLE ONE GIVING A FIRST CLASS PER FOR. ^: � "... I Fit WARNING! AS THIS COMPANY IS PLAYING TO CAPACITY HOUSES EVERYWHERE YOU ARE ADVISED TO RESERVE YOUR SEATS EARLY. SALE NOW OPEN AT THE BOX OFFICE FOR ALL PERFORMANCES. Prica*: 50c, 75c, $1.00. Bargain Matinee Saturday... 50c and 75c. Children * � * 25c 1 � � i 4P ;