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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - October 15, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE f the game were the hit-tins of McLeod fi>r the visitors, the fielding of Murphy, who did the Ty Cobb trick in left and th Hond. Three double plays were staged during the game. Murphy grabbed a long one and doubled a runner off fir-r. The regular pitcher Scott, was not on deck as lie is still In the hospital suffering from a broken iirm sustained ENEMY BROKEN IN Great Attack Under Direction of x Kolgian King Is One of Liberation. TERRIBLE TOLL ; With the Rritish Army in Belgium, 'Oct 14. - i;i p. m.. by Associated I're-si-Ilnemy resistance in Klan-' dors, which at first appeared to be exceedingly heavy, is reported to havo been broken. A.'ter the British, : French and Delgian armies advanced today there were Indications that tho i enemy was withdrawing the remain-: der of his material from the caast of , Itelgitim. j .\a.-H batU-r- piny It. It looks gunners' school at Washington, l).C, | as if the pitchers of tho future may together with eight others of the ' come from d that the L'-hont menace today is "greater than It ever was." Hun Paper's Prediction Amsterdam. Oct. 14.-There Is Rood reason to believe that the Oerman submarine warfare will reach a climax during the winter, according to the Hhonlschc Westphalian (Jaiette, which says that It will produce an economic crisis of unanticipated dimensions in allied countries. (t'ONTtNUKII i'rom KboNT lJAt��) ations on several portions of the British front, notably near Salng-hln-en-Weppeo, southwest of Lille, are reported by Field Marshal Halg In his official statement today. Prisoners were taken by tha British parties. Yanks In Savage Flflht. With the American Army Northwest of Verdun. Oct. 14.-(By tho Associated Press.)-From east, of tho Mouse to the vicinity of Grand Pre, American forces chopped a series of fresh notches In the Herman lino today. They i;ept. up (heir swinging blows tit the. enemy from early this morning until lute tills afternoon, whlio tho Germans resisted with grim determination, their decision lo hold until the. Inst portion of the line before the. Americans may open the way to hv*tft disaster. Although the operation extended to the eastward linnk of tho Mouse, tho most savage fighting took place about Itomagnn and to the westward whew the enemy Is striving to ninlutaln that section of the Kreimhlld line running northwestwardly from Kotnagrtc. Tho buttle has been In und over the wlro entanglements before this defensive position and the excellent natural for-tlflcaflotis along which the. present line of resistance is laid. Itnnglng on the wire tonight are Germans whoso equipment bears evidence that another fresh division 1ms been brought up lo meet the steady pressure of tho Americans. Nearing Courtr.il. London. Oct. 14.-Tho text nf thn official statement Issued at the war office tonight relative to the offensivu In Belgium follows: "The Flanders group of armies tin' der tho King of Belgium atti.rkcd at r>:.'!fi o'clock this morning. The see. onil British army advanced about 4'j miles In the direction of Courtral, cap hiring the important villages of Ledge-hem and Moorselle and reaching tha northern outskirts of Meninv "The Belgian army advanced also nearly five miles toward Thoiirout and captured the villages of Unnilieke, 1*0, ghem, Cortemarck and Hand'/acme. Took 8000 Prisoners. "The French army attacked with tin Belgian troops on both flanks and occupied Houlers, us well as the vll in the operations" BEWARE THE OLD BLACK CROW Golfers Declare War on Bird of III Omen New York.-For various reasons the farmer has ulways waved a threatening hoe at the crow, that imp of blackness with n preference for cornfields. But farmers are not the only ones who are willing to go on the warpath against this thief of the air. At Dongan Hills, Statcn Island, where tho Richmond County Country club golfers gather, tho craw has been placed In tho nonessential class. Tho "vote was unanimous. Of late Mr. Crow has been tearing up parts of the fairway with such distressing efficiency that good lies are no longer a certainty. They do Ray, however, that ho Is only bothersome about onco u year. They aro hoping nnd praying to quote tho raven,, "Nevermore." LADY LIEUTENANT IN FERN IE. Fertile. Oct. 14.-Lieutenant Arnold! will address tho citizens of the towt In tile auditorium of the I'nited churct tonight upon "Comforts for tho Sol diers," a cause for which tho gifted young lady has already toured tin Dominion and Is now on her second trip in aid of the soldiers. MARLEY 2H IN. DEVON IH ifT ARROW COLLARS uvtn rumr * c�.. ,1 c.M��| t...^ On tho right sleeve they carry tho crossed guns niid tlireo bars of a first-class njale. The passing from baseball of this squad marks ci*v�-j 0r 0uu of the club, nnd with ono exception every nearby pioiessiotial organization. I he. Cubs alone trimmed Mm navy. In an exhibition game l'hij. Douglas shut out Great Laku^ i\a 9t Central Repair Shop ALL KINDS OF AUTO REPAIR WORK HANDLED PROMPTLY AND CAREFULLY. Storage. Accessories, Batteries. Phone 1023 324 11th Street Souik* Lethbrldoe. Alt*. W. H. Dowlliig TIRES LIKE THESE hhould visit us Immediately. We' make a specially of prompt work In AUTOMOBILE TIRE VULCANIZING Punctures, blow-outs blisters nnd worn treads given careful attontlon. It you havo tiro troubles, you c�nnot do better than to come to us at once. Keep our address. Lethbridge Tire & Repair Station P. B. McKlnnon, Proprietor OPPOSITE BANK OF MONTREAL 305 Sixth Street 8. Lathbrldgo, Alta. Phono 495 "SERVICE THAT SATISFIES" We Handle All Standard Tires and Tubei. Buy First Class Repaired Tires, $12.00 up. Notice to Customers of the Graham Motor Co. We wish to announce that beginning on the 1st of October our garage will be run on a cash baiu. The Graham Motor Co., Limited E. AIN8WORTH, Manager 3553 12608773 1 ;