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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - October 17, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta THURSDAY, OCTOBER 17. 1 !>1 R riTR lrt^Bninr.r daily tmnM.n PAGE FIVE Ladies! Here Is What I Have to Offer You In WINTER COATS FURS & BOOTS in Store lately occupied by W. A. OTTon Fifth Street South On Friday & Saturday REMEMBER-\� Aiirllcin Sub- fir,-*I day I Friday'. Auction Kale take-' pku' Saturday evening should then- be uny goods 1' ft. THESE PRICES IRE LESS THAN WHOLESALE I Black Vclonr Coal, fur collar, size Jg QQ 1 Fur'I Broiuli loth lluacki fur collar, size :;>. �Q QQ 1 Hl.u'!; I'miy. slap 1||> to date, belted nlltl large Collar. * Q J* A .Mill. :u. r�>.-........................................ iO.DU 1 [Slack Pony, slap up to dale, belted anil largo cullav, | Q fft size.- fur .................................... ..... 1�F�9U :! only, Plush, belted ami largo collars, size ;iti and -W qq I But t (iai, rich fur. beautifully mode, si*.- :iS. gQ qq 1 Kxtra Quality I'ony, a inuf;itiTlct-lit, si/.e 'M, QQ 1 llliu-k Fur Fabric, belted and large collar, size i:^, g gQ 1 Orcy Vclwt t'ordurov. *llk lined, size l'i yearn, � �1 fA (or.................................................... iC.DV 1 Blu" Velvet Corduroy costume, size Bi yi>ars. {JQ ^ (Jrei-n Vclour. heavy quality, velvet trimmed, sir.'' -| o AA an.I .:.s. cm-d ........................ ............... 1�.UU ". Heavy Cheviot Serge Coats, II anil 16 years. - g QQ 1 Kxtra (jualil y drey T� fil Coat. belled. Ktze 114, 9'00 I lilad, ll'-avy Cloth Coat, padded (|ulltcd lining, �uc QQ I lireen Heavy (loth I'rtat, i�ttlfli�''�. ^2 QQ I liny All Wool Oliccl. Skirt. wnlM -7. length g gQ L' Salin Princess rtlips. good quality. .'iti and :ix 2 gQ ( Pat'- Blue Satin :n he was outflanked and virtually surrounded. The defenses of the Germans arc crumbling all along the battle front, except in the region of the Argonnc and northern Champagne. The American troops under Gen. Liggett, Gen. Cameron and Gen. Dullard and French troops under Gen. Gouraud are engaged in desperate fighting. Tns Prussian Guards, ceding ground inch by inch, are dying, but not surrendering, in an effort to save their right wing. German Admission Ui-rlin. Ort. IT. Via Loudon I -Withdrawal of tin; (iiTiuun front lino -ii thai it. now iinii in the cast of Thoi'utit. Crioltti'mnp, lunidmuiitli".' and Ihfii lii-liiiid L.vh. 1-. annouuri'il in in-day'., army headquarter* report. I'nd.""s. are derlared to have heeii i epul-icd. ProgressNear Lille With Hie Hritlsh Army in the Lille sector. Oct. IT. -�11.::*� a.m i -illy the A^snriatetl Press) -Soiifir of llm city of Lille today the llritish are. before the l.llle-liouai railway almi;; almost the entire leiiRth and proliahly liave crossi'it in th" neifclilMirliood of ftlfine.'. ahout midway lietweeii two cities. Several hours iikk w�*re otil> a f.-w litindreil janls the iiortlreni -eotion uf Die lim of Iliirrln Hun's Double Retirement lt.itlsh lle,((l(|Uartei'r in ill Klander.s with Court: ai a. :he pivot Tiie northern rntlronietii exteuils from Oslenil r.outhwni'd, while Hie other afl'i'c.tM the industrial .n-ea ot norlli-ern P'ranee. The only point on ilo- nonliern front wliere the enemy i- resi^tftie today is at Courtral. The Gfirrnati retir^men' appoors to he niethoilinul anil w.-l | oi^ani/.ed Mow far or how fas' j' is xnijit: if mains In he seen. Around Courtrni. The Day's War Summary , (By the Associated Press) Lille has hern captured by the llritish. Allh d pressure on all sides of the Hallenl, of* which Lille Has (lie centre, compelled ihe enemy to �lve up the city, tho larttesl town of I'Vaticc captured hy tin- (!ermnns and for four years an Important unit of the Cerinan defense ry.tem. HAIG'S NEW POINT OF ATTACK The fall o' Lille comes almos-t liiuiiltaneoiisl} vcitli ihe launchiiiK of an offensive hy l'ield MnrHlial MiiIr aj;ainsl the new Cerinan defenses south of Valenciennes. His troops, today are streumluK forward south of la: Catenu aKalnsI the Se|Ic liver, where they were halted late last week. Flanders, tin: alllt.w have ^aiiied important uc,w successes while from to tlit- .Mciiso the allied pri ssnri.- is maintained strongly. In tie the Germans apparently are retiring from hot ween th" in til- centre. Hie cm ley i s!roni; delaying aetion ..u J his (lank. 1 Renew Contact With Wi-)i th.. Allied Anijj., i Oct. 17 i Hy Ihe AsMiciat' j Tin- nllii'd infantry in Hi I'lKlllillK s to COVl the advance aRUin.-t Hermans on thiR fron' day to have ro-esta with the fieehlK en' : ered that if the pre. vanee is sustained ti should he free at the a very few days. Many additional been captured. Tin1 Hi- | in Flanders, whose j j heeii sllppot'tlllK 1 h' ! French flank, has al j nun prisoners and I:"�1 i operations hepan ! The roads In the re; j army are jammed v.i i aptured war materi; Enemy � l'");iinler.i. d I'l'.-ss i. - centre of ret reatillK tire reportud to-i'li ��he,| louttict tiy h \- coivsld-.ii! rate of ad-i" lle|(',iaii coast 'iermaii. within ;.w; -�!)'V.'. have l'.riti-h uperatlnn riiicipal job has I'.'dKian and me captured |, Kim.- t inre Hie t of the (lelm'an 'a prisoners and rapid , line of the Helle Ihe Americans are What the Press Agents Say In (lie Ofse aiiRli! north of l.aon Ofse ,iud Herre rivers Since, the l>cr,iiinliitf of the week there ha- beep little heavy fighlintf southeast of c.atnhriii, where the llritish and Americans made such strides last v.eelt. The Germans resisted strongly on tin and it Is the.s,. di fens, s that the llritish and probably assault int;. EVACUATING OISE-SERRE ANGLE South of ilohain. the French troops-, tire reported in contact with the ('�ertiuius aliiiiK the f)isc S"ire [rout. This uniloubtedly means that the Germans are rellrltiK from the awk.varrl allele between the two rivers in a continual ion of the wlthdra.-.val movement from the Laon massi'. LESS THAN TEN MILES FROM HOLLAND On si front of morn than :'.0 miles in Flanders the Ilel^ians. French and British continue to push forward vigorously, foiirtrai ati'l Tliorouf, important railway junctions, have lallen in the Helens and Hritlsh. while in the centre the French have taken LichfrvcMe and Ardoye. f'ourtrai probably is the most important of the railway centres feeding the Lille area. Thnrout is ttiiies fou(.liwe--t of [!ni(.-cs. which is less than ten miles from the run eh frontier. IMPORTANT AMERICAN ADVANCE On both sides of the Mcuse Hi" Americans maintain their pressure, which resulted \\"edti".'dny in the rapture of important ground north and northeast, of lite ArKonne forest. Fast of the river th" American,- have Rained important | hiKh ground. The American forces occupied the village of Grande I're. situated on the north side of the Aire river a it runs westward through the .\n;onnr> fonvit. They also have captured .Mouliu-les-y>as. northeastward ami have control of Loges wood, which has afforded the Germans good cover In Ihe fighting east of the Argonnc Italian units in Albania, have made a new advance northeast o- Durazzo. * NEW LINE IN NEAR EAST Iii Syria, the army commanded by (Jen. Alterfny has mow) far to the north of lleirut and patrolH are moving northwest from Damascus. It is probable that with the return of the cooler weather the llritish forces in .Mesopotamia may make a new drive to join Gen. Allenhy and thus forge a line from tho Mediterranean ' !i:g on! a 1 The double 'li"! which the enemy troops participate, 'hey ! performing such act-, nf outrage as to 11 'ft make "The Cross Hearer" a powerful east document in denunciation of the Huns. There arn some magnificent, scenes, I such as the rcprodii' thin of the Inter-Ilel.num, i lor of the Louvaln i atheilral and sev- Amsterdam, Oct. 1 fi.-The Deutsche Zeitung, i,ne of the principal Germanic newspapers, lias been suppressed for three days, according to the. Galeae, of Ksseti. This action by the German government is probably the result of the. newspaper describing the German reply to I'resldent Wilson as "disgraceful document." Ge ret ir 'mans .'tnenl C. P. R. NOW OFFERS Will Take Strike Rack All Men Outside Cnlgair.v On I'cndiriK Settlement, Ottawa. Oct. 17- In view of the growing seriousness of the freight handlers' ;trlke in western Canada, Senator l(nbert�oii today had conferences with representatives or the Canadian Pacific railway as -a result of which the company lias consented in adjustment nf the difficulties on eral of the interior: o' palace, and the Vat:,;. Montague Love, the tie actor. Is seen In tin 'ard'.nal's | the i at Itome fanipns ronian- role^if Cardin- Blames the Counts Zurich. Ort. 17.-The Arheiter Zeitung say.-,; "Count llerchthohl. Count Tl.-za and Count Von Koetzendorff. de- al Merrier, and is tupported hy a large and clever company. .Numerous other exceptionally fine attractions will also be presented. The Colonial Orchestra will h" heard in accompaniment tnj the entertainment, and .Inn Uussell, j the phenomenal boy violinist, will he � hoard lu -ides The door- will he op-eiied sharp at even o'clock, and a huge crowd is expected for the initial performance. cided upon a against .Serbia, were conducting of the Hapslnrg punitive expedition little thinking they the ancient empire ; to an abvss." pension of activities in the riolrl to the advantage of the enemy by enabling him to improve his military situation in the event of a resumption of tho war. It implies tlint the allies must, secure themselvqs hy necessary guarantees against mi eventual snare." An Absolutely New Copy of Thi9 Great Picture CHESTER CONKLIN IN A TWO-REEL PARAMOUNT-SENNETT SCREAM "IT PAYS TO EXERCISE" It is not necessary to advertise thai we are honest. Patrons always get s square deal and their money's worth -at- STARLAND OUR RECORD PROVES IT. Count Tlsza was tho Hungarian premier. Field Marshal Baron Conrad Von lloctzciidort'f was the chief of tin' Aus-iro-llungiirlan general staff up to last .Inly, wnen lie resigned. Self Government For Poles [ Basel. Oct. I't--An official state-, mem is published in Lublin new-span-j crs that Austria is ready to suppress This |military occupation of Poland and hand exclamation Ims been said, either si-lover the civil administration to the Irmly or aloud, by patrialic Ameri- j polish government as soon as It Is decency every-: ready to undertake the. task. I'ntil WANT BLUE LAW ON SMOKING Hamilton. Ont.. Oct. 17.-This feature of the morning meeting of the .Methodist conference was the passing of a resolution that the federal government he requested to pass regulations, making smoking in public places unlawful. This paragraph caused much ili.m-ii.ssiO)). some of which was of .1 decidedly warm character. Numerous Count Berchthold was the Austro Lpuakers expressed their views on the Hungarian foreign milliliter al the Uubject. one stigmatizing it us "petty outbreak of (he war in l'.H-L and ! legislation." THE NEW AT 'To Hell TMK EMPRESS. witli 'he Kaiser! ' ! to : a basis more favorable to the men itlian hitherto proposed. Tho company agrees to reinstate all the men on strike outside the city of Calgary and at least 7.'' jier cent, of those on strike j litre, jat Calgary, the remaining j". per cent. , lo he dealt with by the company. The company agrees, wlun the men return to work to submit all maitem In dispute to the railway adjustment hoard. Senator. ItohertRon has forwarded the company's proposal to Mr. Carr, of Winnipeg .the reprcsmitatlvo of the men. "My own view." said Senator Robertson, "is that men would bo well advUed to accept un adjustment nf tiie matter on this basis." cans and lover- of where' l-.'verycne agrees that the monster of F.nropc is not fit to live anywhere else' ' But in this multiple-reel Screen Classics, lnc , feature, the expression Is taken literally. The Berlin beast is actually vliov. n in "tiie hot place." How be gets there, and what becomes of him after hi- arrival, form an interesting part of this wonderful pir- LIBERTY LOAN PROGRESS Washington, Oct. 17.-deports on Liberty loan subscriptions gathered shortly before noon today by the treasury indicated that today's receipts probably would bring the total up to *::,til)ti,i1li0,0u('. leaving JlMOO.Ono.Ofn.i to he raised iti the remaining two days of tho campaign. It is- only a part, however. Mingled with events now historical are tender romance and vivid dramn. A family ot Americans living In F.nropc are among the leading characters, and arn instrumental in bringing ahout the tremendous denouement. Alice Monroe demands dire penalty for the fate that overtakes Iter little sister at the hands of the dastardly Crown Prince. At the Kmpress la.-t timo tonight. Tomorrow, Win. S. lUirt iu "The liar-sain." then, the statement continues. Austria will do her utmost to assist in the re-( (institution of the state, placing goveriiinen employees at its disposal ', when ever necessary. In return Aim-| �"in expects Poland to export to Aus-Itria surplus food and raw material. | Rome Is Pleased I (tome. Oct. 111.-A semi-official note issued today says that President Wil-! son's answer to Germany is as clear | a category as thc'tieceaaities of gen-eral military and political situation require. "Before everything else." says the note, "the answer establishes plainly that the manner of proceeding to tho evacuation of territories occupied by the central allien and the conditions for the eonci'ssions of any sort of an armistice must bo determined exclusively by the military technicians of the allied powers ami not by a mixed commission, thus frustrating one of tho traps in the German note. "Tho answer makes It clear that the allies. Insist that thero can be no sits- A FEW MORE RECRUITS ARE NOW REQUIRED FOR listen to this! says corns lift right out now You reckless men and women who aro pestered with c.onm and who have at least once a week Invited an awful death from lockjaw or blood poison arc now told hy u Cincinnati authority to use u drug called freezono, which tho uionifiitt u few drops aro applied to uny corn, tho, Bornness is relieved ami soon tho oi'itire corn, root unci nil, lifts out with the fingers. It Is a sticky other compound which dries tho moment it is applied and simply Bhrivols the corn without Inflaming or even Irritating tho surrounding tissue or skin. 11 is claimed tluit a quarter of an ounce of frooz-ono will cost very little at any of the drug- stores, but fa KU'l'icient to rid i one's foet of ever)' littrd or soft corn or callus. You aro further warned that cutting at a eorn Is n siilcidnl habit.-Advert. "TESS OF TH1 CTvTTM COUNTRY" AT STARLAND FRIDAY and SAT. DRAFT APPLY AT ONCE R.N.W.M. Police Barracks Colonial THEATRE "The Brightest Spot In Lethuridge" GRAND OPENING FRIDAY EVENING (TOMORROW) AT SEVEN O'CLOCK FEATURE SIX ATTRACTION-PARTS THE ASTOUNDING STORY OF HUN SAVAGERY AND BELGIAN GLORY THE CROSS BEARER Depicted by an all Star Supporting Cast Montague Love (The Famous Romantic Actor) as CARDINAL MERCIER, Belgium's Heroic Fighting Cardinal THE NEW YORK "CLIPPER" SAYS: " 'The Cross Bearer' is the most stirring denunciation of the bestiality of the Kiliser. It is punctuated with vital scenes nnd dramatic moments. Tho audience tonight, us one mun, gave vent to their emotions by standing' up In their scuts and cheering. Seoiiii'iilJy it is a masterpiece." OT^HEiT^ATTOACTIONS BoKUtiful colored scenic, "Plcturesijuo Wales" anil "English Beauty Spots*." _G00D~C0MEDY Violin Solos: Nevlti's "Rosary" and tho "Cavallorrl ftuati-catta" Intermezzo, by JAN RUSSELL The Phenomenal Boy Vlollnltt COLONIAL ORCHESTRA PRICES ADULTS ................ 26c CHILDREN ............... 10c SPECIAL SAT. MATINEE, CHILDREN ..'........... 5e WE PAY ALL WAR TAX POSITIVELY YOUR LA8T CHANCE TO SEE P M P R E S C ^ "TO HELL WITH THE KAISER" TONIGHT *J tomorrow - WM. S. HART in "THE BARGAIN", ;