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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - September 5, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta VOLl'Ml-; XI. LKTllBlUnGi-:, AU5KHTA, TIM liSDAY. SKI'TKUHI.K ... I0IX H TAK OCKING AT AMERICANSBoston Takes First Ganieivicray still Boston........................ 000 010 000-11 Chicago....................... 000 000 000-0 Batteries: Ruth and Agnew; Vaughn and Killiier. Germans Aloim Arc in Full Retreat the Vesle Before American Advance ARK BURNING ALL Ti-il-IR SUPPLIES BEHIND dm V.'.Hi Me \iiim i� i'l til 1 K i' Man ;,1 |..ur ' ! " list: ; ;.i il >!�. hi" .if j i :i v  � li'"ti j;o':ii:: iivi :� all a, DM; '-h.il ji ri':-l.-tiiiii i� ,it -At'rr ;i iniitith mi dm V. v ii irli i hi-v 11:i v t I>i� 11 - ui Jtentli: piv.".-uie uin.lit and tndi dy it.nwn inii' 11 inn ).'!l"iin- II!'- donuan i .ip)i lii'.'nlui fnr liii'ts- ui J i.--. Ii.ini"-'i ii London. o J' - \ IM" Il' 'I I'll per tar .'mm Y -tflilav mid Am1 r.h! t (if � ii ti a in v., 1 "Waj'li c lifthtiiir advam i'i In' lim- form canadian naval air service Official Statement As To i'or-million of New lintncli of Scrviee Over I 0.01)0 Vv\>i>;::�> H1K in llf past Pour Davs vance- Positions Bc.fo1 Old (y.-rmaii Positions arc Ovei -Reached. 1 Many Guns Captured by British Lines in I'landers Steadily Ad-are Improved - Mam Cambrai lave Bwn Captured Old Line ii'iiiny. 'ii I'm �- i Hi .1 HUN � I.'. roai ! di.,"!" \iiii ;�" I.!' itli- po.Ilt | iluriiiK I fur Hi'  ii.1 I \ ii l.ily nut,-n:i!�!'. Substantial Tin' >.",t"ii. to v.li'i ;:.iih' i . n.it iiii-in inn i ii.� iii.i  . .muni In- ' J111111! � ti> -ay that �j''--s ha-, been niinl -lin- friiin dm t ViiMMo'M. i; �nit - ' li ii Ml : i plat".in mail-Ill. � t V. Il I.I- i 'li'-initi VP", l",l  v: . 1.1 > 1  m nil il w a -' u:i a .�:si .-' 1 hi 'l-i'-il'-i- ill ')>> i ''i' ' oiim . ' I.  i' ;i r �'. � ifMHi'i'i'"! i'iI liv i In' r.iiu.-', pi-npli- I'M ti li'-liii'- tin' ilrivi'.-,.' A ii 111 � i i ami Ana.- ' oiiiiiH.'iictnl. ac . ni'lim: u> \V. A. Liu liatiatl. ALP. w ;,u .itfiM-d In.lin' v'i--l"Mlay after ii.n jn.' vi /."I Mri'.it lli'ii.ain. the battle �/>m i tin' Itiipi'i-ial K'^'nimcin. : niifiili'iii '. Ik: Int iniut I'd. Ii.nl �I'liili-rerl by Iho micc-.ms of (lie itlu'liiis liattlo. in u'nii-li, fur A ni c r i c a n; pn Mill 'til III! I'. Ill 111. .-Mill lir- Prog i ess ii tin' ! ; n ii "I n'.'i ii jail 'old. I.at it ' -ai'.-t.iniia tltni' :-illC' Mai'i-U I taUi'ti tin: ntt� ii-:i\ i 1 � :iii-!i. itlic lir.-l titii". tin m.'.ti-, h.iil inciji'il jn fiifii' :\ ; I'iti'- .".lilt:'. I "t'V ui.i ii >l licar nf :lii- w;iy llnlll". ' i I'.ncliauati. ' a'ld (liar ciily -j itlrri'lMc t in' .ntllifli'llrC in (():!, ni' lin-" wild had ll.nl -'i. Ill and i A inir 111 Sllr lf.'i'll-l\C ui ii' on said Mr. M'VI'll Ml the nut-.iin-ii ;i pa I'l' A tli" Ann O.-.li mallil' li.ilrol I'"': � lii'iiiri 111.-' Ami". l.iyliulM to i- it" iiniii j mi- j 1! 1 inl- and 1 int - liii-pati \\ l'.i'fi.;. ni'-'. IM � arniy .\liiiii 111" Vi'sli- v. a-n.ii'l'u ni' iii" ad inn. inn -,'..11: nil.in- al.i'.ni.' inv.Mi -.1 llm i.; -aiipurnn;.' palmls i..!l a lit'K'- pari mi i! iia I liii'ii caiiipiiiK aluii: in aitinn oil III" :.l�k|i> . iv"i. Ami tin re ua.--: landiin,' .liat lin- I liiul l.iKrii Hi" iiiitialii" jn llinir uitli-�lt aw. al. Oil"'' 111411'" tin- (ii'tiiiaii: liavi- I'll]-l'li)\i'd llm laiti"~ of 111" ma'littii- ;;nn ii"f.'n-" ami tin' Aaiii ii aiis have h'-i'ii la"in^ llicii' fii" all ili.y. in the neicJiliorliiiiiil of Ila.'.i.i In'--- tin-A iin-rii alls Mi't'i' ailvatniiii: aloim 111" liiftbway iiiirili of flu- liver. Ha'aiiir -mid I'ianii'tI" haV" lit' 1 � 11 i.isiint.'il plar-i's .-.imc tlin lines closed early in Auk li'.l. anil at tli" Inviniiiiii; of operation.; today the> were held liv the (ieiinani The Aiiii'l'ii'iiiis did nut uoiiy aho-.it tin-ill I hi.-t lime bill ailvanicd aloni; the m'i:' In points where cio'-sinns lltld lieeli deejiled upon. Retreat Under V.'ay SinoUe aii-ini; U'om bi'lMtid Ilia Ii lilies iiail been oliservri last two in' three day.-. In .statues the cause is known In en from the explosion of a 1 -p'leniliil uppiirlunity of scciiiR al! tin-cnot-.tiinis nieparationa for eiirrviii" ph.- vmm- ,11:0 tlie lanil of the Iliin." The Trip Itself, t'l" trip il':eh" Mr. I'.ii. iianau said -lory h.nl linen well t.'al la til" '.�alii"-, uliiih I,ail been published. 1 \i:i;-uiiic. t  lreai:j:"nl nail been .11-jeotili'd th'tti 011 every band. Vim'.--! were mad" to itiipoilaii: .'ininitiuii-j and airplane .actories in liie (liii I 1 iiiii.t r\-. and at on'1 of 1 in* I.i 11 .-r i places tile party had .....11 a monster j 11,'ii'llcy I'.m;" biimhitiK niaciiin" in: ln.-;.:m.; now f; .ait ! Mtil-c'll'-i' 111.' w... 1 f iti" 1 hit: " I roil; I In-1 pi�'-> ol (',mi,ma. anu 1 ba\ hiK M'l'i' - ei.1.1; Hi j vi:- i- th" iia 111v 011 it - way to j -.1 ''in"-. Mr. Iliica I in,pre."-inn - uf his 1 nri !>� piiiili' la 1. lin'!'".' to hnlilitn; 1 .|l"c;.ll|v I., -ell o ! \y will he pleased ' ad 11'e-s lilei't ins.-, and ni her pat ri a ' I v id t.li of lie> ) w ii bin t a" pow e ; II" has air. ad p.all ot �d an m "i'- ll,. at mayor 1 publii 1 vi- it ;: an ha � a in- � r.ti w lin Ii Ii" II" -..>. It- i j MI III If /nee .'- il.lt lie � ,t u . .' I.M.'S ll,l'' '1- liie lied (' Ml ] I- 1 - >' - �Ail.-l- � w iitul. : fit! man to take ii invitat i.'ti 1 ri Meilii ill.' Il.il In ;-pe �elllli; tti.'ie. is , ante i t of I will ' The i-neiiiy w il" ill He'll, .-hows h trnctiini of mat.M o: iili.'iinli.iiiiii:. i: I'.'.nlV llOlle so. i'll I'.'i'" and proliaitl  son. no doubt, id in the general 11: 1 he tit in i" to 1 al ' �",!!� Oli '.he M, v..Teh lie h"id ;it: "iliidr.-iv.al in ! liiiie I'.'.' allied tt iii- !iiovern"ni as on his heels, ca.- liases. Ill .1 Sillll" I Ilia i-'-roti-red all el  since March aiM I >'..-.t of Arras ... ;., a pciiKMleii' ; : - a 1 'auihrai. 11.1".I i or-jDor; - he British 1 a April h : a r. t. -. pCMt'O'M bov On :b- l,-, por-.tion '.on'.' I-1 e-rn:cr, nea. pr a:rttiies that ln> saw in.'iii.t la'hbi-iilj-e nun. ospeeiallv of die hallcry units, and bioimiit home inessar � tiiim many their reladves anil Anions d'e l.eilibriilf,"!' he met were Hnr,.-li'en. II.S O. lit' 1 l,ieiil.-e()l hoih v-.-v flue ami i'll is nearly fatal Speeder nnd Auto Collide With Results Which Mav Yet Prove I'atal 1 it. Willi-a a 111. Sep! . I prove a lata! in a ah mile ival 01 Iii'.vii la a collision nci in id lid w c on lb.- railway owned by and an .''Ulomnbile owned bv \Y. J. JOni-lish. IT'Min It 1 ..al) - What may 111 oci urred "t e\eliilm \ > �'t one hen n a speciicv S. Mavusl; ami driven iufonnation early 1 �;-111:111 in Ihe ret real l AuMler.lnm. Sepl. In appeaiiuy; (11 die coiistittiliou c.'.iiiiiill 1 ee of Ihe I'liissinii upper house in fulfill llm 1'inpiM'or's pledi;e for r.'loi'iu nf the fi'iiiicliise. Cliaiu'ellor Von I lerl llni-t said lllii'.. H was his hone: ! cnuviclion "wlih lllis serious iiuestioii die prolcc lion and tile pi enervation of llm crow i) and tlm dynasty is ai siahe " of llletll in fi'leliils here, oldi-ers uliiim .1. S, Steward llhiii- llipley. Icleni ol'lJcers who h...o Wan hiy,li fame for diem-selves in ill the hunt fiidilluc, of dm war. drip. tien. Stewart had been slightly Aouiiili'd only a few days bo fore Mr. liucliiiuiui visited iheni. He also vi"iled for llm itieater part of a day with l.ieiil.-Col. Im 11. Mewhuru, who is In charrm of dm Ihichnss. ol ('oniiiiuj'.lit hot.pilal. ami who Is considered mm of the imisi eifii-ieiu of the i.fiiecis of Hi,. I'uniidiitu Armv^ Aleilieal I'oip.. In Kinnie lie also met Cap!. I.. M. .lobnstoim. now paymaster of dm Princess )'ai>, and also t'apt. .1. li. Anderson. All these are 1 .ftII bride ineti who are m.ikini; their mark over tli.-rc. lie also saw ltev, A II. Ileiiunu. pa.-lor uf Knox chiiril). w!io I is rated very highly ainoni-'. dm lains on acljve service. I Ui ho'yi; I'l'uln the Doniiniuu Al I m I'elvoio'ail last Sal unlay, involvim- dm siickiii,; ot die J embassy and die killipu; of Captain 1 Croinie. the I!' ;' is'n attache, ha.-, j aroused iutciMc iraliitnation here. The j inornim; newspaper." in their ediior-I inls di'iiounceil th. act in die strolit'-J est tonus and rii'lorc.' the British Kov-j ernlnent's action in the demand upon llm llnlshevjki Jtovenunent for repaiii don and the threat of outlawry I'm-1 111. nminlirrs of dm Soviet miMinineiit I Rhotild il fail to ;:ive complete siitis-j faction or should liirlher arts of vio-I leiieii be coiiiuiilled UKain.sl British subjects. Tlie> assure llm Kovernineiit that it will hale die siijipo:-! of die nation in entoia iiu; dm punlshiii.-iii o, die pin pet 1 atois Mi" Komi: v!i .- v. :lli r �ttlllla.' it, the II .\ ee|'. Will on military )'n.. . a cap: and lia.ii;c di-if c .'.'.. but indi'-eti'. of . rvice. Criifni hi >JnniiM- (o tii'if reo"! C.N A S . ami Ui -' ipl II;:!"! ,,; |, . \ iia \ e 1 pletei;. n-dle 111 .- fter their victor-uign tne Hinden-re knoouing at the but .f dm ii ut I than ii e. in casualties; Wounded In Action-A Well-Known Local Man-Unlisted In l.'lilt I'lm 1111; a ! ullle 1 lim eiiu: s a ..; 1: \v. .a uait.'. ii W Ollll.li"'. Kit. Cti . ti �d Mil 11' v I li u '.ill' enii'd lived 11 in; wn 111 i 'ali-.ary. -1 nil. who for a' number cl Police, ha I.Ml loll c. Tile name of 1 Konimdi Mcllac I'M. llr ellli- te 1 I li- n.-xt 1.1 kii liv I Ma s been v, oiiniled t Sapper lie j has died i>: ', i III Till'ei' liiV i ()llier nam. I vid I'aiton. ! t'orp. .liiiiic ! wonnileil; I', I ii' Creek, v, ra-sy Lake � t::tii iiunihi : tin --. Km: ..Mil ' '-! li. ol .llu: 1-. w 11 t.-il wn;. 1 up-11.1.11-;si mi. ..ilor. II.- . eat'". nl 1 in; Kmc. ''ii' mi- ll" .Mi lite Sib. iiunany ippear- 'i'l a! a., o on 1 he I il h 1 hi- 1 i'.t h. 1 Sen land, lie 1; - ni ilnnt S. II who 1..mills. Hi els. vine - in the li- Itl.iiriuore. Winn Khode.-. J.limlb: �. IJohcr; .Million. I'i oundcl; I'lc. T. \V w ouudi'd. nil -t.-d lat her I'M led. Mr. spe. I'll. oiindcil conipaiiion d injury, hut die .1. badly denuilinh- HEAVY SELLING IN COTTON FUTURES cha p . iiu-� thai 1 very .Some New Vork. ." ill coiion tiiun opeuiiiK of die die re.Milt of Wa: hinr,!or la iudnstiic: a'oout Hi. opt. .". -Heavy seHiiiK M ua., Lieiiornl at dm tnarkei here loilay as die :i,iiiiiiai'i.|!ii.|i' in it uiLthi thai dm war li.iard planned lo brinj; siabiliiatioii of coiiou prie- decisive battles, says the kaiser TO COMMAND BATTALION. Loudon, Sepl. .Injur It. Laws, f S;isk;tlcl:.',can. |i.i�, beet) iia'a-tled euteiiat.t colonel and will cimtuand h.11 iiiliou. New York. 1 i.iteJ Pr.m hV.S i'MJ �The Br. i-jLi-i df ive 1111 .-burg ui'fenr.cs, gate', of Camurai, but apparently ,,re ii'iomtntarity pau .iiig be'ore .-.ttemp'.ing to fcrce an entrance. Prisoners to the number of more than 1'i.COO and guns exceeding 100 in number have been taken b> them in the advance. "Meanwhile the centre of greatest activity has shifted to the Franco-American front where the Gerr.t.vir are m fidl retreat on a wi;'e t'rent north of the Vesle with tha F/cnch and Americans in pursuit and reooried as having mm bed ;he Aisn� in their chase. between dicce two sectors another notable German retrograde movement m. in progress. The French nressnre in the region nortn and east of Noyon, has forced a Ci-rman retirement on a wide k.ait in "Jiis sector nnd advance- of five to seven miles have been i.rr.red by the French forces within the n.-.st forty-eight hours. The town of Guiscard has bcei captured and the "rench have pressed beyond until they are now a little more than two mile's from the important railroad centre of Ham. They arc aporoaching Ham on both sides of the Somme and its speedy fall seems probable. The Germans are apparently heading for the ' M. Quentin-L.i Fere line. In "ic north the Germans are continuing to move backward along the Flanders front. The British are accelerating the retirement by stia'D attacks, in one of which they captured the vil lage of Plocgerstert. They have regained their April line on the southern part of the fiont from Neuve Chapt'le to Givenchy and have even pushed beyond it 011 cpotr. to the eastward of Givenchy. The Germans .i.e still holding to '.lie Messine Ridge, the highest rjrouni! of the Fo.rric.-s sector, blit from the major part they are being forced back further south it seems. GUISCARD CAPTURED. With the French Army in France, Sept. !.- (10 p.m.) - (As sociatcd Press.)-Guiscard, north of Noynn, was captured by the French th:,-. afternoon following a general Advance of from four to seven milei; from Mont St. Sim- Miners Threaten Strike If Single Shift Refused con. to the Canal Du Nord. French cavalry this afternoon advanced from Babo, to the region of Mondescourt. on the Noyon-Chauny Road and midway between the two towns, while Mericourt. southeast of Guiscard was occupied tins evening. Officers taken prisoner in the wood between these points bad received orders to retreat to Bethan-court. northwest of Chauny. The officers received these orders at 1:30 p.m., just before the arrival of the French troops. There are indications that the Germans proposed retiring from this part of the line to the line of Bcrlan-court-Ham-Sancourt. The speed of tht French advance, however, .1; dcr.mqing the schedule of retire ment no much that possibly the enemy will not find time to stop at Ham. PROGRESS IN FLANDERS London. Sept. D.-Marked progress was made by the British last night along the Flanders front, according to today's War Office report. Ploegr.tert village has been captured, as bat Hill 63, southwest of Messinei. On the Lys front the British hold the general line of Voorme-jeele. Wulverghem. Ploegstert, Nicppe. Lavcntie and Givenchy. RETREAT CONTINUES Paris, Sept. 0.-The German re treat before the French north of Noyon continued during the night, today's War Office announcement shows. The French kept in touch with the enemy rear guards and pushed after the retreatlrg enemy east of the Canal Du Nord. Franco-American forces, pursuing the Germans north of the Vesle. have reached the line of the Aisnc, according to advices from the front this morning. Advancing north of the Vesle, French and American troops reached the crest of the ridge dominating the River Aisne. ."n the Nesle region on the Somme front the French have crossed the Somme Canal near Voyennes and Offoy. Just to the south they have reached the region beyond Pombleux, Esmery-Ha I Ion and Flavy-Le-Meldeux. Between the Ailette and H.e Aisne the towns of Clamecy, Braye and Missy-Sur-Aisne have been captured. The operation on the Vetle hai 'been extended to the east and a crossing has been effected between Vcnteaux and Jonchery or a two and a half mile front. (Additional War Nevys Page Five.' 1 ."ii. Fernie. Atnslertlam, Sepl. ,1 liiiin liiis telegraphed of .Munich a message hides In the I'ij'.liti'iK es. l'ii.-i quotations were approximately five dollars a bale under las! llU'.lit's cIimc October Mild ut ;i|, ,13ANK This wee'e LuiU your CLEARINGS. aid, "seen, in think ll.e! HOLD IN FLAMES, t. 'k'ini' given .too luiicli j An Atlantic I'on. Sept. An Aiu-l'!.;.l vouldu't he. li-tU' They j 0. hail steamer cum: into pori lotluy '.1. ,:;u!> *