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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - October 15, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta TUESDAY, OCTOBER 15, 1918 THE LETHBMDOR DAILY IfERALD PAGE FIVE I CAPTURED BT ALLIES; With the Allied Forces In Bel-Blum, Oct. 15,-(By the Associated Pre�3.)-British, French and Belgian troops In their offensive be(jun yesterday In Belgium have captured more than 10,000 prisoners and have tnlien more than 100 guns. Advanced allied troops have signalled that they are from cix to seven miles Inolrts the German positions. Heavy rsin fell in Flanders throughout the night, tending to turn the hattlefields into sens of mud. The low-hanging clouds show no signs of clearing. A continuation of the steady downpour Mothers! Watch (lie (ntippio Of your young! Your littln pctq (Kcetl randy "Cnsenretsl" 8cll for a dime- "Work" evorr tunc. VTIicn (he kiddies' tongues turn white; breath fovcrisli; stomam sour. When your little pels hemme rrose, pale, bilious, constipated nr have a. cnul, give Oascarcts n� directed on each 10 rent bos. Onsearotfc taste like candy hut work out (ho nasty bile, sour fermentations and puim'inH better than castor oil, ca'omcl or pill*. Children need never he coaxed to take lib; lianutcn candy rntliariic Cascarcts arc given to children aged one year and upward*. They never gripe. Never disappoint the worried mother. would undoubtedly result In slowing up the battle. | The Belgian town of Thorout ! was captured by the allies. | ATTACK INBELGIUM British Headquarters In France, I Oct. 15.-(Canadian Pi^css dispatch from Reuter's).-The allied drive in Flanders was resumed this morning. The line, from which the troops under King Albert's command attacked, ran for 2,000 yards from Roulers eastward to Batnvla and across the canal at Bruenburg. The airmen suffered heavjly yesterday, 20 machines being brought down. YANKS'USE TANKS With the American Army Northwest" of Verdun, Oct. 15.- (Noon). - (By the Associated Press).- Tanks were brought,into action by the Americans today to break a way through the enemy wire entanglements west of Romagne. . Despite German resistance, the progress of the Americans, early reports said, was satisfactory today. The Germans apparently were ready to contest the ground as stubbornly as they did yesterday. The. enemy artillery was being used freely to hold the Americans, but they arc not very effective in doing so. Americans Resume Advance Washington. Oct. \'k - American trorips north of Verdun am operating against Ikioiik rnc-tny positions and have passed the towns of r'miel and Itomagne, -magne. We have patrols in the Hols- warrams your confidence incisor Table Made In Conooi THE CANADIAN SALT CO. LIMITED The Day's War Summary!  _ __._ i (By the Associated Press) In Flanders and from Hie olse. to the Meuse. the allied troops  �ontiMM their vigorous blown for important, gains. As the French press on In the I.ann-Aisnc region, the allied of!>i,-iv.; in llc.lgium and the American operations w hctveir by hilling old llaron Mcarpia, chief of police, and then, finding that, her lover has actually been 'hot In spite of a promise to the contrary, leaps to iter death from the castle of Kt. Angelo, Home. Is too well known to be given at length. Miss Frederick actually takes this leap of thirty feel from the castle wall to the below, herself, refusing to have n substitute, do It for her. Other interesting films will be shown on the | same program. , HIGH HEELS POT I hard and giving liirti enemv de-Kntithevlile and our altacliiiig line has penetrated the positions of SI. (leorges and l.andrese'-St. Ceorgos. About TeO prisoners have been reported." J Cut Communisntions , - I London. Oct. !.">.-The allies are 'within effective range of (lie railway j from Lille to Tornut by way of ("our-I trai. This means that the allies dominate the connecting link between the Herman troops around Lille and those in the ()stend sector. e to dig in. Kast. of the o!se, lite French along most, of its length in,..-,, advanced Laon. Jivi.'n the Ai�ii" js f;,M being li)si e. The French now thr'ali it bethel, having and a half miles ,f i;ethel and the . the fieri. towns of Olizy and British Take 3723 Huns llritish Headquarters In Flanders Oct. 1T>.- (Renter's) -Hen. I'lnnimcr'.'i I troops pushing forward in Helgitau j have captured prisoners, inclucl-j in;: I'M officer.!. They have taken more! -- than at) guns and a regular harvest! The work of reilecoralinc of mortars and machine guns. jvatlng thn theatre whful child again. You needn't coax sick children to tnko this harmless "fruit laxative"; they love Its delicious taste, and it always makes them feel splendid. Ask your druggist for a r>o cent bottle of "California Syrup of Figs," which has directions (or babies, children of nil ages and for grown-ups plainly on the bottle, lie-ware of counterfeits sold here. To be sure you get the genuine ask to see that II Is made by "Onli-tornin Fig Syrup Company." Refuse any other kind with contempt.-Advt. London, Oct. 15.-Great Britain's reply to Turkey, the Evening News says it understands, will be a demand for unconditional surrender. The Turks will be required to negotiate an armistice with Gen., commander of the British forces in Palestine and Syria. W,- nt Peace Badly. Zurich. (>:!. ITi.---Ulou>"iY.1~-At a meeting of the Uavarian Socialist party at Munich on Sunday a resolution was passed urging the tdchstag to appoint a stale court to try all. even the highest, who have been guilty of frustrating peace efforts, ami demanding self-government for the German states. Tonic for Big Loan. Washington, Oct. LI. - Liberty loan D.D.D.PreTorption -- Eczema WEMtiES Yield to .Lyriia �. Pinkham'a Vegetable Compound. Thousands of Girls Benefited for K. vears thefort II o'clock to consider the- president's reply. Threaten Strikes In Austria. IStisol, Oct. ir>-The C-/.echo-Slovak general strike at Prague, according to national council has decided to call a general strike at Prague, according to a Vienna dispatch to the Frankfort Gazette. This move is nado In protest against the exportation of foodstuffs outside Bohemia. Paris Pleased \ Paris. Oct. If..-President Wilson'si reply to Germany was given to tho public: in extra editions of the after-! noon newspapers. It immediately he-| came the absorbing topic of discus-; sion in all public places. Tho tone of I the sentiment was distinctly favorable ;o the replv, the prevailing note being ono of Jubilation. The president's firm position against an nriiiiHtlcc without guarantees particularly appealed to prevailing French opinion. Bonar Law's Views London, Oct. ir>.--( 4 p.m.)-Andrew Bonar Law. government spokoa-man In the house of commons, niado the announcement In parliament to-