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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - October 11, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta friday, october 11, UU� THE LFTHnniDOR daily herald /A or; Kivr. HONS QUITING CHEMIN DES In t\\\rA picture. Olhem in the rant are] he happy. A1 Karl Kodney, Olorfa i fop** mid An- finer. Iam�h� w ____j hip moment the :im'1 i-ith her and the next drew Arbuokle. ''Naughty. Naughty'' j minute it, cries "With her. will 1(0 shown at fctarland tonight and London, Oct. 11. - (Canadian Press dispatch from Reutcr'a).- The Germans began the evacuation of the Chemin-des-Damc3 today. I London, Oct. 11. - Chancellor Mnximilan'i peace proposal to President Wilson was marie in direct opposition to the views of Emperor William, according to a report brought to London by a who left Germany a few dnyc ago. It is suggested that this may he the reason for the summoning of the German sovereigns for a conference. No official confirmation of this can be obtained here. YANKS ATTACK ON MEUSE Withtho American Army Northwest cf Verdun. Oct. 11 i Nmmh i.~-i T.v the origins are, keeping pe.rfeet pan; with Urn Hritluh on either Hide of them. Patroln Enter Grand Pre London, Oct. 11.--Tin) Ihmdinj; line behind Liion, betwoon (he river;* Sorro ! Mud SisHonno, has been turned, uiak- iiiK the (Ifntinii situation in tiie I jil o ] i iiM'ji most, difficult. In tin1 Chumpuirhe. the From-h and Americans, Joining hand-' noil h of (he Argon to* in I lie (J rand c I're gap. have occupied I ho Cinnde i're station, while patrols art* said to have entered thai, 'own jt.udf. (In the river Mouse, northwest of ' Verdun, te Americans ave eh'.-trnd rmt a small poe],et in liie direetiou of Sirvy, v.liicli ha lield them up for a ' lollK t hue. ! Yanks Advance Five Miles f Willi the American Ann> North-v^-'Mf of Verdun, Oct. In. i H j> in. > - tomorrow, Fatty Arburkle in )jjs latest two-reel horeain, "Tim Ibdl itoy" will he: shown entirely different from the Irish play* that have been drama can clnml a^alnm* i( " MJ�u Pa Hereon Ir not. The. only critic of national repute who ban spoken dinars the npeciator to Krip his seat hold his breath with expectancy. Vivid and .startling H layn Htark tho low 1o Make Victory Certain. I -Associated Press*. Il.'nw artillery ) Ainnrieau forces struck the Herman line; J\ihI cast, of the Ar^onne forest today. They captured the villages of Som m era U eo. t 'lie vie res and Ma icq. The rid^e. of Oame .Marie wua sCutii-ed after hard lighting. More than I .nun prisoners were taken during the were {day. Those Include ono colonel and : two battalion stall's. I 1'ighting opened this morning with lirinK in the region of the Meuse riv or began early today. The Americans ffarlod the action before daylight and tite boinbarilment was responded to by tiic (tennans. Kites are reported in the region of many Iowiih behind the lines, mid it is bdb>ved tliesc  tartod by the Amuricun *�� hells. The New Line Will, the An^loA.nerrcan. Forces ! f h"yy *SU "r'',in* J1'"" fcnufheast of o.-r. II. To �"� l�or ion oi the Argnni.e tor-the east of (he St. Ilihu.e region, in � "mxlmurn depth of nearly hve vhit-h town there was heavv maehii.e | ni1";- ,'It,1,1' oppositicm wns encoun-liirt dnelifn^ hef.u'c ir wa V .a Pt ured. 'V7"1 fn,n,j,,� f^xny. who had pro!:- the Hritish are drivlnK in toward Soi- 'll,lv r,;,,rn,t ,',,rIn� Ul(' ,li�ttt t'^W c-quo** , from the pocket tonned by the Amer- ' La.-a reports imlicat-d the follnwim; irau movement Monday, linn, which alwav* ran he counted up- T C,car Ar9�""� Forest �.n to he w*l| in the rear of the a*d- T*iiriF- silent in FtrotiK �orummidaHon of the play, ] KritmiUK skeleton of Today'* gilded ihe New Yt.rk Mlegraoh say- 1 life told in the story by Ocotkc- i 'Ini.hi " He, portrayal of i on envd as one of  h" wife �� i>! lit'- :��!'.- "Toda > " i an e \t coding! y dramat ic ] i* ; bit ten--picturi- and is ntic of th" f�fron*TCf�t t/Mtv ;,nd ji;. t he year" H of fol!>, 'h^n drained the cup tc dr.-^H. Stie fof.atfld Vnn-� our) of Peaeoek retInu"-1 and awoke to riml that while the primrose-' faded ;tH'l died the flower of irue love blor-somed into the most fragrant bloom of ;il!. i Hoen in recent years It tells Hie ttory; of a little lrl�h Klrl. Pckkv .McNeil.j and her adventures in this eoimrry and abroad. It, has a kocmI dean, in-t'TCHlinf:; story and liie eliarnct"! 1 are all human and real. P sparkles �ut!i true Celtic wit, and tiiere no cari caUirc of tlii' Irish tar*., ;.. js open so"n in so-callod I rif-li pla y.s. At tiie (jpeilillK oj" the play. Pe^cy found a-: a rlrudue in a poorliom-r>. Shi' has been k'v' " a Mor\ book "f Cinderella, and while ,di" ir reading jit a > trance t rain of dt ctinist ances 1 begin which finally lands Pe;;gy in Knjiiand, as (lie ioj(i.,,. r.:- );;)J'i ofof Lonsdale. Adventures now happen to Pctu'y j j in rapid Miceosslnn. Hh" falls in love j with a yonnK Anieri* an avj^tor. : erv-� iuir in th*' cause o; the aliie. she finds that, to be rich i not alwa> - to DRESS UP FOR THANKSGIVING Wc can furnish a complete outfit of now fall logs arc a few suggestions. in s�vl r and price, riere The Krencli are occupvin- the line I IIviJ'' ;,JJ', ,lo!IJ �^)Hnnnd th'dr ad-r>.r the river Oj�e and Ihcn ininimr up  v:,"rP Ih>' morninK under favorable �with the Hritish cast of i'n'ntaitie-No-1 1 "nditum s. HriMsh troop; captured 1re Dame, tiie line thence running ea;;f ' st I Hlaireie M'ambrni, Avosnns and �.r Ileautreuff, east of S'Tboncourt. ' S! Au!)ert. Ma.-.iy prisoti"is were oast of Vaux-Andimiy tlirniiKli St. peii r 1 ^r'ri -ir'(' tnt|e�i maferial was cap-in. east of L'' Cat can. we.-1 of Mmiray. ! "i,,,,l- e.en. Iteh^ny's army ha, push-frotlth of N'euvilh'. eas* of Inch'., east ncro^s th" river Oi.-a at -'-veral r ni Hethf ncourt. �a-t of Pr.iyelle. */HJtj)WCst of Qllier>. v. ell east of He- �\illers. in front of St. UUaire. ea*-t of A vesne^-Le.-i-Attliert and east ' cje.ujin^ up of Die Arftojinn j'or-M'-t has been c.imtdeted iiy the Am No C'Tuian.T now Kfeat w p(dice rm\it tiiis morning and fined $lnn and cost s. I AT STAR LAND. \i Ten xv.-rc loi'i of ar.M'- d��-"jv^ry f - ,(�;!�>-. they ^r-.*i(-..-the infla�;�?(! and :rr.tut�d im'iiikra;."-of the bronchial lui-'s, r di-k.-aie wu'. of the air pus.sac***. .ind IhinHy *ro: and carry relief and'h^a'.tig tn tie liaa' �� In a word, wluic n� I'.nv.A or s\>l ran gel to the lm.p>* n:at air p;�vic(> these IVpn fumes t!:ere dirrd. ai -i at once commence t!.v\r\\urk od.fahnt:. All Wool :-.'avy Phi" S";-j:e, ^urirnn- teed tO kcej, ,t;. f(doi". ITOOd Jk AA weirlit ................... **d#uu >.'avy Phi'- lv; h S* rye. e, ur erva t: vc moda i k Fancy Twr nl, beV "d had;, ,,,a ,.,,,,, 25.00 Oicy Soft. Frci:'.e . . . . F;r;cdKd IriMi 35.00 Via lair.*" v ^ -�rt -ha w! l-'midi'-d Tweed I e-'er. t o'lac. made up with a belted bad;, r.u imdi heii;h*. At ....................... 43.5"0 WE HAVE A FULL RANGE OF BOYS' OVERCOATS TO CHOOSE FROM AT THE RIGHT PRICES. To pa irs each !.a n t roops. The Day's War Summary screen and st ace boas' many of devoted sirters, who throudi ((Mot's efforts or their own in- j dividual tahnt. s-erure fatm1 and pOhi- 1 lion. The latest of the.-e are fh'? Heniiett sixers. F.nid, m>w a well-known star, and Marjori", who is making her phofo-drarnafic dehu.' with her "bii; si.-ler" in "Nauubty Naimhty!" J It mav w. 11 he said, li.iwever. tliat Miss E TRIAL Cut out thi*. arta'lc, w i'llr across it thft name and dav* of this t�aikt. and mail it (with \-:. ^tami* te pay return postage) to I'eps Cm,, Tomuto. A free tri:tl packet will 'ken W srnlyoa, Ail dragKiaLi and stores sell I'cps.oOt:. box. Young' Mens Suits SIZES FROM Z2 TO 36, MADE UP IN PLAIN SACK AND BELTED MODELS. Ranging in Price from $19.50 to $27.50. ^| Marjori" Heniiett. has made her own ! way to suet t's- havitiK studied and (By the Associated Press) The jfrip nf tlo (Jenrnms on northern Frame has he^n loosened and tlo-1 process of hcrdiiiK them b;,ck to their h.Tdern H procei ding at an incroaainslv ' ~ rapid pace. Already, dnd the enemy back a mr.iinum o: ' A:> mib's. from the Alien- near Albert ' the tip of the present Aiu;lu American 1 �W'cdKC at I*e ('atea ;i TWENTY-FIVE MILtS FROM MAUBEUGE A ncant Lk'� miles more will brim; them on their |m>< t,, the Heltfian frontier sntjfh of .Manhcu(,'e. Hut Ion*: before that point is readied the pressure on 1 sill sides, if rontlnu'eil at the present tKte, will have resulted in the clearim; , of (he enemy from \irtually all French territory and a *;!vnt part or ildKUint. | GENERAL RETREAT UNDER PRESSURE i The OcrmauH indeed are alreaoy cnrrynu* out a (v^mral retreat. Hm 1 It h a re.treat under pressure and is hound to cost them heavily tn men and ' material. Oen. laid end or if latent ly 1ms been desirous of w itbdra winp to a '  iioricr line where he could reor;-,anu.e bis tones, tmt the steady relentless i pressure which .Marshal Fodi lias applied all aloui; the front has made it j Pupo-dhle for him to detach himself for such an operation. 1 Last niKhCh development*; and these o'' today alotiK the wide baftWroiP , fttily servo to accentu.ite th<* extent of the Herman retreat and (he acctdera-! tion of its pace. The official reports reveal the Hritish and Americans ro-o]�erat itiK with them, still widening I h<* �reai c.ved^o in the tier man Hm-kioufheaHt of Cambrai. a jtrocess m which the Frendi to the south are aidim; notably. Cicn. petain's (roups have pusheil up the river (P*-e to a poln; aliuortt a:* far north a:' Cuise. u hcr^ they join up w 1th the British and ^Xmerieaiw who are rapidh nearum the important railway junction of AVn^slKny. houHi and oast id' Le Catcait. This drivo in Die centre is matched in efficacy. howcwM-. by the terrific j pressure of the French south of Laon and nlonn the line north of tho Ais^^j am! tn tho ChumpiKne. This movement, iti conjunction with the drive to iho north iH, according to today's advices, making it inevitable that tlo* OermaoH rotlro from Laon and to the St. (lobain massif. Tho withdrawal, tmlecd, appears to ho under way. The Americans arc vwth the French in applying tho pre.sKuro in the Champarrno and tho Amert-an first array in Us drive in j tho Antonio* trva Iuir joined hands with Cm. Tvuiifs troops at Orande pre. On the farth north end of the battle Hue. the AnxIo-HrlKlnn forcuH are Hpparontiv 1m inK lidd in leash to thrust apaiu forward to (lose tho pocket j in which hotiai now is enclosed together with the city of Lille, as soon a-.*, the northrasterlv thrust of the British l*t. :'.nl and 1th armies has proRrcssed to ihn desired point. The (lermans in the Lens area are not wnftiiip for this j trap to'be sprunK. but are continuing thdr withdrawal from that part -of the pocket 'Which is the one most immediately threatened. Hattle tront re-orts indicnto an expectancy there that a muvp by tho GormaDS to evacualo Uoui\l is imminent. ! worked as an extra in many former ; pictures until her own merit earned | for her the prominent Thaell Gents' Furnishings gents' tailor 315 5th Street South Tailored Made Clothes rob* die takes An Ounce \ Prevention Is Worth a Pound of Cure When the Spanish Tlu is around. Here is a partial list of them. Camphor.....20c oi. Nyals' Throat Gargle 25c Oil of Eucalyptus - 25c Paraformic Throat Lozenges......25c Stearns Morning Salt This acts (piickly on tho system and lets you start tho day right. Price M) cents. Frank Hedley Drug Co. G. T. P. FREIGHT MEN AT REGINA MAY STRIKE Ketfin;*, Oct, 11.-Sixty finikin hand ltra, expressmen and station employ* �e.s on the Canadian Xorthern railway and the Urand Trunk Pacific are roady to walk out Monday when the eonm-to-const fitrlko bocomes effec-tlve. WORSE IN VICTORIA MAJESTIC TONIGHT AND TWICE SAT. AT 2.30 & 8.30 BARGAIN MATINEE SATURDAY THE NEW SONG PLAY Victoria. Oct. 11. Jf influenza wern noon today. -Thlrt y new cases reported up to | TONIGHT AND TOMORROW ENID BENNETT IN "NAUGHTY, NAUGHTY" AND FATTY ARBUCKLE IN "THE BELL BOY" hlS LATEST TWO-REEL SCREAM t 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 .......................................... SOc, 75c, $1.00 Matinee Saturday...........50c and 75c Children...........25c POSITIVELY THE GREATEST OFFERING OF THE SE AS0N. NO ADVANCE IN PRICES. ALSO LATEST COMEDY AND SCREEN MAGAZINE. ;