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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - October 16, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta WEDNESDAY. qifWBhn Stf-, T�IS THE LETHBRIDGE DAILT HERALD PAGE FIVE ALLIES PUSH WITHIN 20 . MILES OF HOLLAND THOROUT captured London, Oct. 16.-The Belgian city of Thorout has been captured by the allied forces In their Flanders offensive. The fall of Cour-tral is imminent. WITHDRAWING AT LILLE Berlin, Oct. 16-The German forces In northern France have withdrawn their line somewhat In the district west and southwest of Lille, army headquarters announced today. Twenty Miles From Holland Paris, Oct. Ifi.-The Ucrmtui extreme right Is being threiitencd more end more as the wedge In Flanders is driving; deeper. The enemy resistance soems to bo slackoiilnp; In Flanders, and It Is believed here that Important results may bo seen within a. few days. Already the advance of the allies is from 2 1-2 to 5 miles on u ;!0-mlIc front. On the right, the British hold Menln and Wervlcq and have Cour-tral almost within their grasp. The evacuation of the great Industrial centres of I.tlle, Koutmux and Turcolng seems Inevitable as the result of this gain. On the left the. Bel-gians arc approaching Thorout only 12 miles from Bruges and within 20 miles of tho Dutch frontier. There are signs that tho Germans realize the days of their occupation of Belgium are over. They have already begun the work of destruction in wostern Belgium. According to Information reaching Paris, the Uor-mans aro preparing to get out of Bruges and Ghent and even Brussels. The Day's War *Si|mmary '> ? Moose .law, Oct. 1(5.-Hon. �> W. K. Knowlcs, K.C., provln- clal secretary, is lying sorioin- lie was suffering from diph- tberla. 11 ft tl'll l)V