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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - September 4, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta VOU MK XI. LKTHIlRinriE. ALBEKTA. VYI-.I )M-.SI ).\ V SKt> TKMHKI', I. VMi M'.MMKIl 221 LIES SHORTEN DRIVING HUN ALLIES ARE ON THE LAST LAP, IS TH I 1~1 y-*j r H HUNS RELEASE DEFENCES ies Are on the Last Lap FORCE GERMANS I ONDON, Sept. 4.- (Canadian Press Dispatch from Renter's) - Paris papers print the following semi-official statement. "The hour seems done at hand when the superb effortr. of the allies will begin to bear frcrit." one of our great chiefs said yesterday. "We are on the last lap and clone to the winning post." Soil of France Surely Slipping From the Grip of Huns Now Mlies Have i.slablishcd Com-inimical ion horn Yoh s III" (r'.iaril ill' thi' i '.''rli,i Slovak .me** \'i't'l.iii-t'(liii,l:. i'iL'.lily miles e; Lake Ha i i.nl, \\v\r .i-.iii. i| ha ml  [;  � n�'i;i 1 Somcno! i forces on Hie Oj.on fit i'i' ami (Inii-ra I I h' iirirh'1, : In- �'/.rli t'Diniiiiinili'r a' Vladivostok, iilreatlv i-. In telegraphic i-i'iiiiniinii'iil inn willi ilif linns Haikul ('/.cell.-.. "From I'ensa lo Vladivostok on lln-j ViiIkii." iin- iiH'i'i--pnmli'iil add-, "there ! I-. i m w an iniiiiiii ruplnl i li.uii of al lir.I flll'l'.'S." Evacuation of Canal Du i Nord Defences a Great Relief to the Allies h . -; van I frmu � I of I Willi ' FREE PRESS MAKES ,S;i.v.s .\}l)cit;i Will Have lll.."il)0, 000 Bushels ,\ fliis lilni'llllii; publishes il.h I'iflceiilli iniliiial i'Hliniah' of the i nip ol Ili three vvi'.-'.li'i'n provinces compiled by Ilif i'iiiMiiii'1'i'ial iiml iiMi'lriill lira I edi-lor. Tlir 1'inuri'S 1'nr Hie llirrr provin res are: Win ill I -III.SI I.(Mm ; nuts 1 Sll.n l.",.iinn ; tlai'lc*. �ll.'.laT.IHMI; rye VIM.....i; i'llIX ."i,- li.'iii.iliiii. Divided li> iiriiviiii't':' ltie if 1 urns show: .Manitoba Wheal 17,i'M.HUH bush �ds; nuts. I'lii.iiiHi.niiii; barley. Ja.n^.'i.-(hmi; rye. ?.',n.turn; tia\. 11 I.nun. ,-.a..kalclicwiiu Wheal, !):.'.-~n.t>nu; Oil i s, I 1,"p,ii.'.h.uihi ; hai'l.'.v. 1 l,.",|i7,iMiii, tyv. sIii.ihhi; flax I.':;-.::iih. Allii'ila Win-ill In..'am,iiml; nuts. 7,-Sria.llliH; Imi'li-y '1,1 .'!0,ii(mi; rye i:M.(hhi; lliix. '1-jo.iiiih. Ill a i'(iiii:li t'stim.'ilf tlm value of llu-J'nii tt'if.il i nips is pliici'il ill: Miini-folia .S1S:f..�:-*."-.�m;i>: Sa^liiitriinw.ui. :?'.|n. illy .1 I', I:. I.ivr.av, f'anatli.ni j I'l'i'.- ' t'oirrs|lilll'ir'lH I. : With the Canadian Forces. Sept. 3.-The bochc has gone i hack across the Canal Du Nord, surrendering to us without further struggle, the Drocout-t-Queant line. He jmt got out in time. The Canadian corps was driving in his front and the Canadian artillery was waiting but the hour o lay down such n barrage along the canal as must have destroyed all its bridges and made evacuation impossible. This is not official, but there is small doubt of its truth. It Is the logic of the situation. Yesterday the tnemy fought like a wild cat to Bnvc his guns and transport. Last night on,' line was absolutely quiet. An airman this morning reported that after flying all across the enemy line, he is convinced that there is not n boche west of the Canal ton Nord. He scouted the idea that he might be hiding in hi* dugouts. Lifts a Heavy Load. If thi-. nival ii'-ws is foni'irmoil it 1iiiim lil'l ,1 lllilll off t 111* ininils of Olll' ll'lllips cap iplll many days ic�>*,��'111*i* on the srali' ol yi'sli'l'ilay wiilioni siit'l'criii(- such |o.-, cs as must in lime impair liieir el'li i li'iiry. Tin* price paid Cor tiie lir-l lifeiii. of I lie Di'iiroiii'ltjuoaiil swuc.i Is i i'l.ii i\ lo l In* pi'iiwess of I 'a iiiuliiiii arms. In ibis iiiinnpli Hi'itisii Irooiis \vnr lliily pin Hi ipaletl The � itetiiy, closed in a poclcet with I In* Scni'pe on hi.^ lir.l.i and Hie canal hi'liiuil iiini, was in ii ilespcfiite plinltl anil ile.-periili-ly iliil lie li^llt It) escape II. Ilf Ilii'eU' ill no h'SH limn cifjln ili\ isinti.-.. The Tiry of his i'ii:mii'i* iiliaclis eijiiiilli'il iinyllilnv hiiliei'it-i'.vpeiieuct'tl by the veteran ('aimilh'ii corps Km* miles hi'himl ilio t'nnul Du Xoiil lie lacks such a j-roiii nyKlein ol' lor-iii'iciiiions us ihe ('auurtiun corps sloi'ineil early yestonlay mornili"*:. Terrific Barrage. On iIn* Ciuiutliiui from nloiii' Hie Is Postponed Ch.cr.go, Sept. 4.-Today's game of the world's series is postponed until tomorrow on account of rain. Kan Oui of Ammunition-No Food For Four Ouvs -Had r>77.n00; Alberta, $ij'J'. a -I inn-' ii � -l.e ,:', - ii". ii !,. a in! e-;..ij ;-. ;. . i: iim : -''.'!..ni  � I, FRAYf SUFFERS WOOMBS Knli>lfd With Md Uitlt'.--Wili- and Family at I'ortsl. Out. ail:-. S fii^th of tlif vf'stci'ii , July 18 by [ntNsinu , which ihcv conqiKM'Cf ' and Jul\. I his places commander in i'lncf. ;i which hc'clofoi'*.' had Ilif ciitculc allies have reduced the. jiittlc front hy nearly sixty miles since Kick the Germans from the territory in their offensives of March.. April at the disposal of the entente allied t ensu.leiablc luuiiher of in holdinu the divisions me. Ret Get tn.in 11 i behind ti em appear tu h: C R T AT Hra(.','_.i:i:'ttei't. 3* Tne a* ; laniis. Ililfill.l h.'lll 111"' :-llO,V Opelieil When :ie|(| ?.:''. ,'ie : ,':*''!:*;;.'i| over I 111* ;;i'nuii(l where lnu a lew minutes '"'* I'.l'e j 11: .i si I )_'- li.nl slum! at attention a'.viijt iin; tin* wind In i^n in. lielilml i . � . : l"lli|H 10 cs". i el an .'�' � :> ' li.ini; ..'�* '... I Il'"'- ill .a -,.*� ' :'i"* allied ;i*:> .-'nine ii:'!'"ii.'i � talk con!! !; � ' -. i'i" ; i;e at' \,' I ..:' a ri'e.'! v> �...* i' nr.;.' r. :..... 1.� -in*e.i I Vne '�! . ':- l-l!-':l, ,''::� ,' ' : '.ii ii i lie i. |.|. . .,11 Hie   ,mi* t.i.v..'.i ;y ii i'i imp.'.- h'T'' ion :� .'. . ,r. II.'Il' el. - il. !; .� jMirt- Wli .t.'Ver till* U'lll'.' II ' ' il.'lltl. I'll' .!� "t.i! i-liuiii inn : : - . iih ', a - � -lie ..: e Mt.ve -nl m. ..>: i ni' i he ''ill ii'.* ii'il'lllel'ii i lei in.i ii fi'ttlil. in. In.in:.' the 1'l.iinl. i-, i iia-i. Whi'f lint .i. I lie il t-it in.! i in liovi'I.'iuncni - ,ii i he I Srii . -i. front ctni!iii.'t:i..m.'s tin not u.-.r!, ci to elllpllll'-l. ill" Kl'el't illipi.lt illli'e ol' 1 he n| e' ill iol'.s on ! ill Mllllliern end el Ille ll.lllle !;m. wiiere iIn* I'tciicii and Aim-rii ,tns are lioldiiiy .ii-*:i::i-i liiriti* . n.-iuy folic- ami 111:11.1111; jn'onres--. the A report cesser R! r:i;E ("ROM THE VESLE I. I'j p.m.: -�-The C"i'niat:.', 'ii'" cm ::*.r \'-*sle r-'Cjion. where fir; ''" cr.:,i ..Innrj tie re-'e.". .t'^:.ci'di .^:1 ,.**.'-Htt tctiav. Tlu* recent Ftanoc-A rontrmpl if nig a i,o .* h*�r ti taot"a g to i n ri i cat t e e . 'ican sue - U t r : f- y pron-pted i ch a inov** I ONDON. F Ro eld M ep*. t- -In -li Army in l*'r:un*.; >'epl. I. Ill Hie flKlilillK illnllK tllei I'liinliiai Heatl sumo idea of ihi* tier Ulan ,li-,oiv.iini.'iilion may he had in III" fail Ilia! il il ti 111 lit  i- of crews of j Herman Iniw ',/.ers capiuivil were slainliiij: aroilllil liteil* I'.um-. Olher-il | i ompliiiliei! Iiml lliey hud hint uolli,in;'| lo en! fin* four days beeause oi ilio. .ureal ill. ni *�:! iii/iii ln:i ..I liieir rial*, j 'I'll*' lack in (!; .111:111 shell Hie wii-ii p'Nulaii'i'il in iiiiiny instances v. hen I I I'.unnt 1.. . .11 it in .'.( .-aid Ille.. had 110 mil-1 [ m ti ail 1111: whalivet Vi.iiij limes lliey j (lecl.'trei! lliey could Inn e fiivd wlliii opi 11 sinhts i 1111 > ihc ailviiiicin^ l'.r'.iisli Inn llie.v hail no shells ami could 1101 ; f.i'l any. i S�'rvifi� Slip!. MncKiiiie--It. el' Hie l' I'll, an-mnillced llti- lmu Hint; thai he hail 1'kci'IVCll 111! I lliclit.il- lo i'UIH'.'l Ille dally liaiii seiviee 10 Coulls and lo resume 1 ho ;okt*i 1 i-eil 11 i v.eel.ly -..>-Vice ilisi.'iel 'I'll is coi 1 c � p i'i'! - .' .1 I he ,1. ! i.111 ;:;!,� Ml hy ilie O real N "i i 'ern ,11; 1 he line I'niiii ('(Milt., 10 li.eai 1'all.,. \ni Ii ill;; flll'l'aiT' '.111 - lie. ii le'ill'il 1 eft.lrililli*, . lie sci", ice 011 Ihc I',ii'.!-.on line, whirl: la ,l! pi Canadians Streamed Across Intti (ivnniin I'ositions 'ion. In !T!"-pOlllicllt U.'llt. 1 Brit i-.ll I.mi. .1. 1 i din FRENCH STEAMER SUNK Paris, Aug, 3.-(Havas Agency).-The French steamship Pam-pa of 4.471 tons, was sunk by a torpedo on the night of August 26-27 while on n voyage from Bizerta to Snloniki. Four Serbian soldiers are miss1'"*. Killed in a.Hon I'i.'. .I.1I111 I'eici son, eiili,.ied l.eilibriilf.i*, next of km, Sv, t'deir, t'etp I*. I'leVosi, lliociiiT'; I'll-. .\l. I'ii.iuiliilKii>*. olilis.UHl la Hi bi'iilf,.*. iii'M v 1' kin. .Monlralm. i^ue,; l'tc. l'"i'anK lli^tins.-. i'lilistcil l.cili-bl'ldyt', llc.M ol l.in. Hosion. \V0111\1lcU-I'te. Waller Kinwr, enlisted l.eUihridge. next of kin, l*:ng-hind; I'te. l.i'on rcil.in*;. enlisted LoUihri(l|"t'. next of l.in, 1'iiun r, Idaho. THE WEATHER High ........................ 68 Low ......................... 40 Forecast-Fair and warmer. ii icel* hatii" line. Nlnllil.U Ul..i'i in 1.11,1 il 1 I'I In* I'.i.ttid iint hi- iiml. T!i cry of ii Ilea l.lct wives all � il'L* '. ii!', i I ill :in* iiMii-' i.U'e 1 He .10.11 .1 it 1! i'1*1 l(OC t'e,,w, 1 1 1 e . � 11! -' eld w 1' Il "� laid. \ ipi:ei! lift'. .'inc.! . fill A l!> WORSc Zurich, '-'aint. 4.-The health of the Gentian empress, who last week became ill with heart trouble, is slightly worse today, according to tiie Munich papers. CLEAR OUT MACHINE GUN NESTS OF HUNS London, Sept. 4.-The dialing of machine gun nesto around Ter-ny-Serny is being continued by the Americans despite the stubborn opposition of German patrols LENS EVACUATED London, Sept. 4.-The city of Lens has been definitely evacuated b> the Germans, according to reports from Northern France today. Tne Bntise. it is said, are refraining ft 0111 occupying it on account of the gas fumes. Patrols protected against thi- fumjs have cute led tiie city, it is said, and found it doer of the enemy. riU.MCh PROGRESS. P.. .*..' Sent. .I.-Tii'i.ii.i troop? \ ri..*.e .',"' v .'ml (a..*, nt'ont continue'* to push b.i.'.l- '.i.:- Germans to tne cast of 111c Canal On Nerd and |je-v.e.*-.", '.ne Ailttte and the Aisne, says tfJ-iy's war offi..e .tnnounce- I'i too adv..nee '.he Fren:h took He* Coaietre Wood, northeast of Chevilly .-eid aj.proached the town of Cri*>'il!es, tnrec miles north of N 0 v 0 n. N 'iTh of the Ailette the French readied the outskirts of Coucy-Le Cnateau and Juvencourt, and soutli of the river they drove further east from Leuilly and attain-�-I the suburbs of Clamecy and firaye. On me Aisne. the town of Bucy-Le-Loog was penrti ated. Prisoners to the number of 1500 were taken. Along the Vesle. parties of French troops crossed the river at several points. 97 DIVISIONS London, Sept. 4-Sine: the opening of the combined Franco-British operations on August 8, no less than 07 German divisions have !>een engaged on the battle front. Wit. ! j. Id, i'.mad rin* e Canadians Took lOOO. ' I. " ' ,111..It I.til P..; ' e - ill ill" S.ki .  1 l;> .1 r I'.. Live, ay, .Hi I'l'.'s- t'niTi sp.illdelUI .'.r.iiilinii carps c.tpt nri'il \esicr-(hiiusitiul mi . lie.' ! mis only by inieu ami -iiimninai v riKlmiiK. .More f Vet* tile cl'.ellly relied on llis 111:1 .',111. ne.-.|!�. A sit:;;le Kllllllei' M'etl ill ulle of lll.'se lllinlll llaVt! "Ml "1." Illiililied ."'si.'ali;e, ,,), ar an. iii , nr., ir.'i.iinw I: is sin .ill "I." i* '� ii.ul [mill 1 h. ,r pi ic-s. j A Little Premature. I l.olldoll, .-i.*pi. I, - I'm* i'epoil of llie Mi �: i.iiin ova iiaiinn of I.en-., which win '. 'in rem ivere ludav. is mil ciiii'iiieil ' li'nin any official sniiiee, and seems at leiisi to he prciuiillire. Il is worthy 01 note ilia: i'ic'e.! .Marslial llaig's comuniniciuion innii Utiiisli lieailiium-loi'.s !i)iiij"',i: lii.'iinoiis only a slight ail-vaiice 01 iv llriiiili oiilposts. I'Vouch iepi.ns kite thi-, ceiiniK say that rfciiliiiK 1 :n ]ii'.'k'..'--' in 11:-* t�tll>- 111 i.s. fi Miles Beyond Old Line. London, i-Vpi. 'Ilu* in*w -wiich line i/eliind die I-roioin t-tiiieiiiu line, to wliich the C.M'iiiaiis art* being 10 tired, ami which was recently captured, is about six inile� to the rear of the old line. Ii runs from DrebirM, live miles soullieasi ul lJrocotll'l, souihwnril to .Moeuvres and joins the I limleuhiii'K line In the vicinity of lii'iuieourt, three anil 11 half mile* lion Invest of Mai'coiu^. ;