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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - October 19, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta SATURDAY, OCTOBER 10; HI IS TTJK LRTTBRTDOK DAILY HERALD PAGE FIVE The Day's War Summary (By the Asnocinlcd Press) Herman forces, in Belgium still are retiring, eastward toward a new defense line, while the Itrltiidi, French and Americans southeast, (if Cutnhrai are driving n wedge Into the (iormnn defeimcs north of the Oise. Ghent, :ti miles northeast of Brimsols, (hit Belgian capital, is reported tn have been readied by Krcnch cavalry. Itcports received in Holland are thnt. tho (Jp.rmatia liuvn begun to remove their troops from Brussels*, an evidence, that (ho now defense line mnv he east of that hun troops cut off at zeedrugge All along Hie front In Belgium from the coaHt to east of ('ourtrai. tho nllied troops nrn pushing forward, (letman unit* are reported to be holding ent in Zeebruggo with Belgian troops on the canal running south from Zee ' 'o Bruges. It would serin these troops will be cut. off and either i surrender or Vice to Holland. , h warships have come, to the assistance of the allied land forces J" r ,in and are. shelling the Oe.niums who are trying to ex-ape through the narrow peek of land between Bruges mid the Dutch frontier. allies moving on Valenciennes Knst of Ulle and Itoiial. the British arc moving eastward Inward 'I'ounial *nd Valenciennes mid already have advanced more than six miles a In up,' :t front, of more than .'lit miles in this region. The British are appro;.eli.n:' Chormig, less than eight miles west of Tonrimi. Several score of villages Jiavo been freed here. wide breach in hun lines Southeast of Cainbral the allies have made a wide breach in th� Orimin linen along tho lower Belle and Ihe. fiambre canal and continue to fight, their wny eastward. The Hrltish and French war offices report the capture of more than 4,201) prisoners in the fighting hern and a score of village*, Including Wassigny, RiikiioI, Hennapes and TuplRiiy, have been taken. 'On the north, tho British are within two miles of the Hambre canal at ChiUlllon. The French have taken Andlgny forest and have reached the canal un ti front of nearly nine nilles south of the forest and beyond the bend of the Olse, north of Noyales, three miles east, of the railway junction �f Oulne. The allied wedge makes pockets to the north and to tho south. The (Serinann are withdrawing from the southern pocket with the Kronch In close pursuit. Kant of Bethel, the French have reached the Alsne on a wide front and captured Ambly Haute. ' fighting into hunding line llrlttHh and American troops fighting their way into tho Hundlng line foutheast of I,e Cateau are advancing quite rapidly In spite of the desperate resistance of (he enemy. It Is reported that 1,200 prisoners and I.'in guns were captured by (lie allies yesterday. Since the fighting began there on Thursday (fie Germans have been forced back more than four miles. Hen. Oouraud's men have advanced west of the Argonne forest anil have taken quite a long step to the north of Vouzieres. This advance will tend to render unsafe the German positions In the forest and may assist the American fighting east of the Argonne. eggs for fish hatcherie8 I inent, the provincial department and ------- 'also with officers of the United State.; Ottawa, Oct. lit. -With n view to as-1 federal department at halc-tiei ics. Zl Thousands of Case* Reported With Many Death*.  urine the largest possible collection of eggs for the different fish hatch- Details have been completed for the fullest co-operation in egg collect. �rlos on both the Canadian and rnlt-,lng work by officers of the three gov �*d States sides or the Great Lakes, I erninents with a view to assuring all ronferunces were recently hold be-1 the hatch'M'ii s on both sides of these tween officers of tin naval depart-1 waters being nied to capacity. Carter's Little Liver Pills You Cannot be Constipated and Happy StntUPill Small Doto Small Price A Remedy That J Makes Life jj Worth Living I Genuine brin signature Ii BARTER'S IRON PILLS many colorlcu faces but \^ will greatly help most pale-faced people SomMor Biscuit Tf the I'niti'il States 1'iiblic Ilealtli Service having slated "Spanish Jnlliicnza will probably spread al! over the country in .si* weeks". I'r.icticalty every sliip which touelies our shores from abroad, lirin^s those infected Willi the disease. Surgeon-'I'cncral I'lurj tiroes thnt "the indit ideal take iill the precautions he e.iii against I'Dlilrjietinir the disease hy cure itiul personal liyi,*ieiie". 1'lenly of exercise shonld in'* taken; thedielshouhi lie ri-yuliitcl, fir. Spanish Infiuenzn afferl.i most severely eldeily- persons ami others wliohft piiiMirs of resisMiiee an; He.|l(eiled hy illness, woik or worn, especially those who an- "rnn-do*,*, u'1 or "not fepliujr up to the mark." The re.illy ({rent danger from the disease is not .so much in the thsens-. itself, us that it often develops into pneumonia. What, everyone needs' nnir U n peiienil tonic like "l'riiit-a lives". This ivonderful fruit niedieme is not a ireitu-killer. It is n hodv-tiiiilder ; f. ,streiu*th-maVer; n hlood punlier ; a power in protecting uyniust tho ravages of di�eiisi>. " i'ruil - a  lives " repuliitp.s the kidneys and howels, eatisiiig tliese orirmiH 1 insure sound digestion, to keep tlie bowels and kidneys regular and the wltole system in the hest poss;hl�� condition. Then we are safe from (iltietse. "Fruit n-tiriV is Sold hy d'-nleri everywhere at We a l'o.t, ti for J^'..Vl, trial size Ui>e. or .sent po�tpaid on receipt of price hy i'luitn-tlves Limited, Ottawa, Oni. TI REPLY 10 WILSON I fielievn, (let. in-(fly the Assocl:it-ed Press I- (lenuany's reply to Trent, 'lent Wilson will In- ilespatclieil this (�venliiB. iiiTorilinK to information received here today from a diplomatic f onree. Altlintmli the pre.-^s Is pro-hihlted fl;est that it would not he a had idea to propone un investigation of these cruelties. The Herman reply, the newspaper ftdds. further will Justify the I'-hoat warfare ns a reprisal ni�aiiist tho enemy's starvation hlockade. Allies Now Occupy The Entire Belgian Coast THE Never-Failing Remedy for Appendicitis Indigestion, Stomach Disorders, Appendicitis and Kidney Stones aro often caused by Gallstones, and mislead people until those bad attacks of Gall Stone Colic appear. Not one in ten Gall Stone Sufferers knows ivliat is the trouble, Marlatt's Specific will cure without pain or operation. For Sale nt all Drug. Qlats. Recommended by J. D. HlglnLotham & Co., Limited, DrugglstD, Lethbrldge, Alta. J.W. MARLATT&OOl I 581 ONTARIO ST, T0R0MTO OUT | HAVE WHOLE COAST London, Oct. 19.-(2.30 p.m.).- The allied forces have captured the whole of the Belgian coast, ac-cording to Information received by the Evening News. The allied line now extends from a position on the Dutch coast to the en3t of Bruges and to the south of Cour-tral. REACH HOLLAND LINE. Wnohington Oct. 19.-British p.-trolc, participating in the alli�d advance In Belgium, are reported to have reached tho Holland frontier opposite Bruges, Gen. March was informed in today's early dispatches. ITALIANS VICTORIOUS Rome, Oct. 19.-Italian shock troops north of Lake Idro, on the northern Italian front, yesterday attacked the Austro-Hungarian ad-vanced posts and inflicted heavy losses on the enemy, the Italian war office announced today. Pivot on Fort Demons British Headquarters in France, Oct. Hi. -I Keuter's). Tin- fierman retirement in Delfrlutu and northern France iH really KOiriK ai * oclinir to plan and the movement of ttie enemy has settled clown to a sort of pruior.imlc procession ..Wherever fitthtliiK Ink"- place north of the Scarpe river H i- 'lie result of allied pre 'sure, on the retreating ene. my. who Is Retting out a- fa-t a; he can. Willie the allies continue to exact, their toll from the (jenn.m in ins hurried fliKht. It was like a Rood omen to hear last nit;lit that the (Jerninn cavalry wan trying to hold a line pivo'im; on Fort lii-iimns to cover the ea--t\*.ardly march of the (Jermnn infantry Close to Scheldt River With the Allied Fon - in It'-lRium. Oct. l'c-i Afternoon) Tim town of I'lieriitn", Hasmle. Vre.l and Cattelet have hcen captured hy t:..- allied forces. The entire Uritit-h and ll'-litian front was movltiK forwatd 'his morn-iiiK-. The H'-litlans were cainini; sti-ad-ily and tin* llritlsh In the tiorth ad-vancltiK ill the face of ron>iili*r.'ihle opposition, occupleil the ller in for llteraturo on nn extensive scale. Todny'a reports Include masses of captured documents which have fallen into tho huniU of the allied soldiers. They treat on all subjects, hut one; in all thoy contain a sub-current of despair. One says: Hun Morale Low. "1 will take strongest action against men who absent themselves from their commands only to turn up again when (lunger is over." Count von Walderseo of tho 5!Hh reserve Infantry regiment, wrote that he kn.^w his regiment was going to ho attacked and warned his men that tho attack must bo broken down. Incidentally, tho assault referred to resulted In tho smashing of that regiment. ThiB officer ordorod nil auxiliary sorviceB to tho assistance of tho infantry in tho line "which needs all tho support imaginable." It would appear from many documents that the German army knows it haH lost tho war and Is blue over the fact. Captured German Gasoline With the American Army Northwest of Verdun, Oct. 18.-(By the Associated Press).- Feeble counter-attacks were mado by the Germans this morning oast of tho Mouse river, hut they were easily repulsed. There wore lively artillery duels during tha morning hut little infantry fighting. In a captured dugout in tho territory recently taken by the Americuns infernal machines have been discovered operated by mercury thermotn-otors, the bombs exploding when a .eei'taln temperature is reached. During tho advance yesterday tha American troops captured 20,000 gallons, of gasoline. Forced-Marcq River London, Oct- 19.-Field Marshal . Halg's forces have not only forced the J Marr --Tin* correspondent In I.lib* of th" I lavas aifiuy. says that th" Germans yesterday bombarded the city at long rang" II" aNn stated thi't prior to leaving, they destroyed the municipal waterworks, curled off all the electric Installations and appliances and perpetrated hideous outrages mi the female popula- A FEW MORE RECRUITS ARE NOW REQUIRED FOR DRAFT APPLY AT ONCE R.N.W.M. Police Barracks THE CALL TO ACTION IN SHOE POLISHES LIQUIDS AND PASTES. FOR SLACK, WMITC, TAN* PARK BROWN OR OX.BLOOD SHOES/ t*RCCCRVCTNBUATNtS,\ I*- f. r. DAUtv eonfonATtom. uwniD, M^MaTC*. 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