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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - October 25, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta FRIDAY, OCTOBER 25, liW8 /HE LETliiRinr.E DAH^Y KF/tlALD PAGE FIVE Purious Battle Rages Around Valenciennes British Headquarters In France-and Belgium, Oct. 25.-(Reuter's Agency).-In the continuance of tlielr forward movement south of. Valenciennes the British todkiy captured Les Tulicres, en&t of Soiesmes. There was stiff fighting on both .lides of Les Tiilieres and over the hlffh ground to the northwest. Mormal forest l5 infested with Germans and machine ^fluns but the British artillery is searching it with high explosives and gas shells. The enemy continues to fight stubbornly against the 3rd and 4th armies, but as the British . drive him from his prepared de-� fenscG, they follow him so close-ly he gets little chance to rally. As. a result his opposition grows more desultory. The' British were close to Le Quesnoy this morning after stiff fighting in which the Germans suffered heavy losses. Will Retire Beyond Antwerp London, Oct. -'5.-(British wireless service). - The Germans in tlioir �vvitlulrawal movement TTuvo not reach, o'l the line of Aiilworp-HniSKHls-Nnni-III-, bill It (loe.s nol, utiom |)rol)ii))]'(; that ihey -will luilt there wlion the lino i.s iX'aclied, bin. will coiitlnui! the retire-Jiionl (0 the line oC the .Meuse. The Antwerp line presents few natural fea. lures for delenso -^md llie Germans have not constructed extensive de-lensives along ir. However, the Cernums inniji retire to 11 shorter lini'. Their reservoK are 'ifcyhtniHtetl-aHrt the hard pres.sed armies must have n breathing i1108, also, It Is excellent. Many a doctor's bill is saved br the use ot Zam-Buk." Tor cuts, burns and scalds 5:�m-BuV l9 equally good. Nothing ends pain and heals so quickly. 60c. box, 3 for >1.2d. All dealers or Zam-Buk Co., Toronto. Send Ic etamp for free trl?l box. (By the Associated Press) � In'fierce fighting the British continue to beat back tlic Germans from the high ground between Valenciennes and Le Quesnoy, further increasing the menace to the Germans on these important points, (n Belgium and north of Valenciennes, the allies maintained their prossiuf, but the operations are of minor importance as the situation on the north depends upon the British success around Valenciennes. Bast ot be Gateau, the Tirltish are before (he .\lorjnal forest, while south along the Oise and the Serre the French are pressing hard against the Germans. Since Wednesday morning the armies fighting forward from a few miles north of Valenciennes to east of Le Catcau have Uiken S.flUO ])riHoners and 100 guns. Field Marshal fJalg apparently is striving to outflank the natural barrier in the north by advancing through Le Quesnoy toward Mens and MaubeuKe. The Germans are fighting hard to prevent this, resulting in desperate combats in the villages and other vantage points south of Valenciennes, but the British are pushing steadily ahead and have taken Maing and A''endignifs. Fighting was resumed on this sector Friday morning with the BrUi.?!! advancing from the hills east o'.' the Kcalllon river toward the railroad ami |- the highroad between Valenciennes and Le Quesntfy. Immediatelv north of I ,,,, , ,. ,, i i- .r-i Valenciennes, the British have taken additional villages and continue to 1 �V, /''^e misun approach (ho important cro.ssing of the .Scheldt at Conde. This village is i ^erstandnigs have largely been clear-six and a half miles northeast of Valenciennes. v French trDop.s ea�t of the Sambre-Oisc canal in the region ot l^ongchamps have repulsed two German attempts to drive tliem back across the canal. Along the Serre and Souche river.s the French on Friday re: A TRUE BROTHERHOOD, ?  > ?  : 4> � 9 � tion. American soldiers overseas tes tify daily concerning the kindness and cordiality shown toward them by the people of Great Britain, while at the same, time they are earning the deeper regard ot that jieople by the modesty of their demeanor in warfare, by their earnestness in the campaign, by the imaelfishness of their military^at-tilude and by the courage and ability they are showing in the front lines. Canada has made a i-ecord in the war of which the United States i Reports received-, from the United States indicate the continuance in that country of a German propaganda \ proud, because it recognizes that its which is the most dangerous and in-j own people and the Canadian people sidioiis, of any that the German gov-' are much of the same type.and that ituted in recent inon- Clanada has brought honor to the Am-paign carefully refrains erican continent by its conduct. And lything in favor of Ger- Canada has been equally ready to irected lo creating pos- pay tribute to the bravery and reorder in British 4m,eripa ism.Pri -i ^'bilities of dissension between the source of the American forces, and ?t" ement foe a\ .s Sr^ws'- - ""''^'^ ^'^^'^^ '^"'^ ^^"'''^' '^ke an equal pride in their car- "-rIn non^'i inim ti n.r:. Particularly between the United eer to that which has been taken by Tho pope s interference is neces- staiee and the British Empire. It has the Americans in the record it has sary to secure harmony among tho attempted to play upon the patriotic made. Through mutual sacrifice a front, especially on the Cole dd Cha- ,,"'^".,V �f Americans to create part- hond is being cemented between tillon and the Bois-Desoarries." i? h�h!vl i^^^ Pi'ejudice in favor of Great Britain and the United States German Report selves to behave kindly cO each other, their own country at the expense of todav that no German propaganda Berlin, Oct. 25.-(Jm-man general '\'i^^v ltJJl!^h?f nfa/lt'L,'^^^^^^^^ "ations engaged with it in wilfbe able to dissolve, and C^mada headquarters today issued the follow- �^,h!MrfHta.t^/,/^^^^^^ ' ^"^ feedom. ' is i, a sense the cement that will con- ing statement on operations in Serbia: VrCmt Hp in 'rr^eH J fn th,> nwn ' , ^'"^ , ^^'"?"C"n P^^-P'^ '-"-e to'd firm the union ot sympathy between "There have been enemy attacks on tnv� i,,/^^/' ,n nntr ! f o , ' ""'""^'l �^ P"''"�"- bvo great peoples, both s'des of the Morava West ot eovernment and politics ot Ontario, tions that because they entered the i A Fin? Record we '"Messed 'L^clc �! ^"T'^^'^Vt^'^^::!^^^'^:^^': n cannot^oo'"onen"b;'pointed out �^ : the United States unselfishness in its and taking part in prisoners. As a result of yesterday's action east ot the Meuse our troops are now established on the high ground in the Bois-d'Estrays. Artillery tiro has continued .severe on the whole tbn river we wre' Dressed back a something the people of this province war at a critical time, their entry sav-1 u n.,n,ot too oft . ort dlt^t^cl irthe^lfott souu; o\ C.,n\da"c'mnof \/erZm /^T t''^ .t'^^^'^"^ 'f'^'l to'CattaTatisThat' Kraciviasts East of the river at- ^'alholics in Canada cannot perform and that therefore they alone should ,,,., ,i,own much u S were^ repulsed In the neighbor- P"^"" ""'^ ^'^''^'^'^ f'"-" , ^-'e the privilege of saying when and ^^ufod f enterfng _ - .. ^ . .. , Rome. hnw IK^flr-n wliniilrl h� l�i'ni,o-Iif- at\n,it . ,...... hood of Parasin." Rome. WELCOMED TROOIJS FROM JAPAN Tokio, Oct. 24. - (Associated Press).-Japanese troops under commanii of Gen. Muto arrived at Irkutsk on Oct.^12 and were welcomed by the Russian and Czechoslovak authorities, the war office announces. Gen. Ivanoff, the- war minister ot the Omsk government, called upon Gen. Muto and expressed his ' appreciation of Japanese assistance in clearing Siberia of the Bolsheviki. Tojir Labor Counts-everj- ounce nf work you do helps some soldier who �s iigliting over there! TljJ8 war is being fought as truly in the household aud in the work-shop as it ia in the treochcs. Some of our Canadian women are liorne down physically and mentally, l)y the weaknesses of their sex. They Buffer, from |?Bfikache, dragging seBsa-vait! Begin today. This woman's tonic riud nervine will bring vim, vigor and vitality. .Scud Dr. V. M. Pierce, Buffalo, K. v., 10c for (rial pkg., tablets. - - Paris, On(.-"About Ibree je�r aio I wtiiJl in bed cud aufferrd gevere pain. Tb� doctor naid I h�d �i>U toncn, but, hia ninrii-cinedidnotbelp me.* A ncMEhbor had been tAk-inc 'KAvorJte Prenorip-linn' nucl it had baliF-fit�d bur BO Mueh that ho urzed la* W try Dume of liera, and that lint dole helped me to much tbatI,aent��Di>oe for a bottle. I vaa very much aurpriaed at the ..... prompt relief thwinedi- eine gave tn ine a(t�r the dnotor bad failed, and 1 havu UBi-or bad auob a apell ainoe, but whenever I fool the Icaat bit run-down or in need of a tonic 1 take tile 'Favorite Prescription' again, for a few ileys. It hjw never failed to rmtore ue to perfect tetib,b."-Mrt.Eii>)�bith Brmm, P. O. Box 762. CHINESE GENERAL PARDONED ^^om unity ot effort proportionately Such Truu^f, r'"?^"' """"^ ; '"e war. With hundreds of tlTousaitds not L rfH� o',, L , f - -"tr- r''" of '"en fn France-yes, that muny in eri^a,?J vf. i^vi �^ front lines in France-the United l-^vV " "'V; States worked without recognition as ways, by public expressions as well , ,,r,!t thrn,iB-b the pvnciRl as by public and individual acts, their Ivs Tjul^and Its divis ml^'tiUtaUon �rnd"tTefr'd^."^ o'n\%s^'r' scatfefedlrf tliJ wes^^in onL^e fn tL" fniw rr^o?,' line ^N'hereVer they could be of opeiate in the fullest possible man- . , , , T(riH�h nnd lforth Carolina merchants are permitted to start a mutual fire insurance company. serves, and has done so because it (Buy a Victory Bond) London, Oct. 2.^.-(Canadian Press dispatch from Renter's).-In the house of commonH yesterday Lord Itobort Cecil, assistant ,^,ecretary for foreign affairs, stated that the government was now informed that the Armenians j in Baku entered into negotiations for . , . - - � . , ""o ..v.,.o.v..... ... ...^ ,....^._.......____ the surrender of the town-to tht Turks I l^ekin, Ocl. 2:!.-Gen. Chang Tsun, '^^samst this campaign the American that thus it should serve. When the on the advice of Gen. Dunsterville. under whose protection the boy-em-11'f�P'e should guard themselves, arid history of the war comes to be writ-when he saw that tho fall of the town peror, llsuan Tung, was placed on the ithe people of Great Britain ,g,j [],ggg ^^^ly ggi-yices will be ap-was imminent. No blame attaches flhinose throne in July, 1!)17, "in an 'France .shoultl not be misled by predated as fully as that gre.ater ser in consequonco to the Armenians in abortive monarchist government, has "'^ Rtniung ot laise notes which do which now,, by force of over- connection with the surrender. Lord been pardoned by presidential decree I'eally represent the sentiment ot ^ whelming numbers, the .�Vraerican re- I tllminished. It i.n most necessary that ^^.^^ udvisable in tho general interests Cecil emphasized the gallant services on the recommendation of Gen. Tsao/"'' \ J." J of the Armenians during the Turkish Kuam, the special commissioner who campaign and stated that the allies w-aa in charge of the investigation of w^re coiisiderably Indebted to the Ar- i the affair. mcT^ians. HARD ON COUNTRY PEOPLE Saskatoon, Sask., 25.-Little inconvenience is sue-'!.ired in the city as II result of the strike of the telephone operators and linemen, the automatic switchboard, which serves all city telephones, being kept working without dilllculty. The long distance lines are cut dtt and'the telegraph companies report Increased busineaa in consequence. The only real ti'ouble arises from tho fact that the rural Ifneg pre cut o% from servico. With the Influenza epidemic and " " pie within 10 or 13'miles dependent on the city doctors is not pleasant in this respect. AERIAL MAIL SERV1CE- Washinglon, Oct. 25.-Aerial mail service between Nov.- York and Chi- Getting Acquainted. Great Britain and Canada have alike learned to know their American brothers better during the past two years, and it is safe to say that the American people have also learned to know 'better and to appreciate more cordially the great qualities of cago will be started between Dec. 1' "^^ Britiah people, from whom- their and Postmaster Gei^gral Burleson'"^T "^^'"'^ sprung, and beside whom * i their brave men are fighting. Casada. through intimacy both social tmd announced today, depending upon the time manufacturers delivered tho necessary airplanes. : SEVENTY-FIVE DEATHS IN MONTREAL .Montreal. Oct. 25.-Between coinmercia!. has h.-id for a long time a reasonably adequate appreciation of the Americans, and while Canada was until recently a .somewhat small and largely unknown factor in'tho minds . I of most citizens of the republic, Can-'r ada today holds a high and honored the p^.^ 'r'^ "f-'""!^"'t"""^'' ;^e i" hJ^e te As b^,;;;! he Of the oftv t^'h^r'eatlr^^^ ''^""^^ ""'''^''^ ^"'l �* �  V-i' ^ ^ United States the same intimacy does fluenzji, while .5u5 new ,;ases were r.e- ^ol prevail, while there have also ' "  _ been, as an estrauging influence, the ; TT"" 72 ~~, I memories, largely false, of the cir- Lanners in New Hampshire are| cumstances which led to the separa- Till-. _, _� k______..___ _ . _ public is able to give. And Great Britain with a mother's pride in her Orrin H. Ingrahami. lumberman and ^t^'l'^X' '''' Claire, opposed to-the 6onti,�atlm of^ay-1 tionTf"tha Imerickn colo'nlerfrom Wis., aged S8. . � � | light saving, the mother country and the fi..;tabii�),. Backed^ bt^ aiefxltalion idsor THC CANADIAN SALT CO. LIMITED To arpnse a slnggish liver* to relieve a ��strei8ed stomach, to fortify your-sdf agdnst disease, - use U>�MlSaI.ef urM. SaM eTBn^w^ - The Big To Open the Victory Loan Campaign Monday will start at a.m. NEW TIME Watch for Parade Monday MEAt COSTS LESS When you take advantage of our Cash and Carry System. We invite you to investigate aud see toiuoiTow. We have some VERY FINE BEEF and suggest that you buy this as the PRICE IS REASONABLE All meats tomorrow are up to the usual high standard, THE WESTMINSTER MARKET .310 THIRTEENTH STRfeET NORTH PHONE 10S8 PAnERSON, McKINNON b BEU. Union Bank Blilg. Lethbrid|fe i 385578 ??2912 ;