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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - September 6, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER f>, 191K "THE LETMBRinOE DAFTLY IIF-HALO PAGE FIVE MRS. DE WEESE GOULD NOT STAND Because of Functional Disorder-Cured by Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound. Onkland, Cnl. - "I suffered from irregularities nml congestion, so 1 could , not stand on my font for any lomr period of time ntirt did not sleep weti. Thopky-BKli.n who treated ne .-al not seem to i.clp i?,.e nny mid n friend ndviRprl I .viHti K. f'inklinm'* e R ct able Compound. ItooVit. and beforo 1 realized it I was well. 1 shr.ll rc com in end your valuable- remedy to my friends."-Mrs. L. II. Dr. Wekse, COS Ak'titrw. Avii., Oakland, Cftl. E� cry woman at nomo period r,r other In liar life iiufWs from inst nuch disturbances nr. did Mrs. Wee�e,-nnd if thorn b no interest"d friend to advise, lot thin be n rcmimW that thin fnmotjs root imd herb remedy Iim been ovrr-(omlnir there ailments of women for more than -!0 years. If nny complications exist, write I.vtiifi Is. Pinklium Medicine Co., Lynn, afiiss., for advice. The result of many years experience is ut your service. Hun Positions on Chemin-Des-Dames Threatened Now HONORS KUEHLMANN Amsterdam. Sept. i; Tli� It' hh/.an- Zclgor (if I'.erlln today announced (lull Kinpernr William had .,'d the li-i.'i - .,; in.. �,(,-.,', I-;,,(;,,, ,.r sue CiiM Class d:> Dr. J!ii hard Vim Ku'dilimiuii. tho Herman former seereiary of loi aiirn aff;ii.'ri. lie ! I hat at the ohrnniM Monroe Salileny -at sn tnuny nulla" i>.iii Utl'msv iii! Ille street ev. meets ;i policeman. "'I'll another of the. Western 'lie Wallop iii Jesse ,l,ill|i motive in .111 atengini; img Oi'i'lieutn tonitrlit. Don't mis: Paris, Sept. 6.-The capture of Coucy-Lcchateau by the f-'rench innkca the Gsrman positions on the Chemin des dames precarious and practically, untenable according to official headquarters dispatches. UPON "HINDY" LINE. With the French Army in the Field, Sept. 6.-French troops this afternoon reached Petit Barisis, on the eastern side of the lower forest of Coticy and immediately in front of the Hlndcnliurg line. STRONG RESISTANCE. London, Sept. C.-The British arc on the western cdrje of Temp-Icnx-Lc Fosse, three and a half miler. northeast of Pcronnc. The Germans are Gtronrjly resisting the British advance by rear guard actions. With the British Armies in France, Sept. 6.-Along the whole front from the southern extremity to the Bapnumc-Cambrai road the fire of the enemy's big guns is dwindling. This indicates that the Germans are making strenuous efforts to get their artillery behind the Hindcnburg defences. The British have caoturcd more yround around Havrincourt road. In many places north of the Sen-sec river the Germane are firing thousands cf gas shells indiscriminately. COUNTER ATTACKS. V/ith the British Army in France.-The Germans launched three counter attacks against Hill 6.'! in the Lys salient. Two were repulsed and once the British fell back to the north of the hill for a moment. Further north the British have reached the crest of the important ridge northeast of Wul verghem. West of LaBassce the British have reached Cantclrux and are pushing toward Violaincs. Many fires are raging. American Advance With llm Americai) Army Along the ] Alums, Sept. il. The American line i along 'he Alsmi fcolli extended HiIf I forenoon through lieiller and across 1 lileleted) and then tebiitheas'tcrly to .the line held liy Ille f-'rench. Tile hit-'ler liiul not yet left I heir posliions 'went ward from Khciitts. A Lull In Battle. HrlHah Army 11 en il(|iln it i is. .sept. I ,.:.. Canadian i'res.-; Hlspatch rri;>i | Heaters Limited.i H�mer'- rorres- ! pendent cubic-; that there is a lull 01 I Ilea ilrithh fiont iiinl �a>s thai the I lihsolnie luihiic oT tile enemy in eima tot-atlm); nnyu ilete ;., perliapH tin | linn.! �'r!l;im; t'-it iiiiony to the com-j plelencH" of nur victory. Today our j Iroops .are hIDiIii heveti inileH ul tain i lira I. Ilct iveijii nn and ('umbra i is. Iliel Marculits line, "hiiii accorilinf; to air- thai number. By tiie blows- struck] on tiie Soisons plateau, hnwrvr-a ' blow whicli in any i ase was Inevit- j able- I,!,. \'e.-|/> ha.' Iieell Cletlleil in j the (ip'-rn (Inn si a Inn!? Ihe Aileite. By | tho-e .-ame operations some o'' t li i � I finest division? :d from lioblinn up j tin: Kritisli advance and tile Himleji-; bur", line has thus been broke;) by n buttle nearly one hundred miles away from it. ^nj.^ti^imuuusiuigair Two or More Persons May Use the One Account The "joint account" h * very popular feature of The Bank of Nova Scotia service. Each perton may deposit or withdraw independently. Interest quickly accrues, and with two saving, the growth of the fcccourt is more rapid and pirating. Deliveries Every Hour a-. he t.: tune l-:,n:le" bad man t a. tin CHICAGO TAKES SECOND IN A SPIRITED CONTEST AT THE EMPRESS tVitv iluiiild a famous ri'-iily sac, lice fricinl . tune disappear t" lihh i-liatlH' froui li.s t'l-ilim \S'bat t'e.i-ions are |unvi caiine luni to thus civ that eatlle as t lie i e ,i||l endeiivoi '.' "The Doctor and tin .l"\vel adapt tt cm ot Kineliat t'- |io'v,'ifq| m the stor> of tin^ \ t' I lie. I'h.v la m his prar; Mill i>. utility of seemt; It. Alien'. win . '..ill for Sabs" ;',',, ,|, 'V illeh I wines to 111,. I on .Monday, rave up Icotiji-u,-; � .1- a In iinueri.iAi' the till' i.tiiy I'iitllip- "A Son! :'n iinan aiv |:,. � I ' K '. lap's p''i rocs \\\ will hav Wi 1 prisiu, lliprr.' 'he an e\ti'" Hint ion li tion nt Sal. '  iniu... pi'" waDier olid nam ll.e.ton .va � ...lino ;.. t. cam.' the vi-ible in Idea, hers Ho- Ion Men tin.' a Mi".. Iiminaty stunt champions lc slum."! vicioii pi'i iitn ii.ii y b Th ,cy r,.rk. Chi: o.lii. lions men t. nml" nielv .�: nr.. 1 lor . Die Ille li. '111 >�-Ul. c.l pla ' Kletn at It �ami (t'D.iy in at ca: Friday and Saturday JUNE ELVIDGE IN 'THE uHtUN' Also Two Reels Comodv � a few stands. bitbliled with ^onil n.i-.'.en! Miionnii their j>!" The .Natiniial league id Mi"ir head.. n|i and i ; il(-i erminiil ion in fh.-.r J ittini; .and fieldinc. ' - hw Itched to the left | l o: mat ion. the move j lliblebiaud at the jilate. base, uwens at sieon.l third. The batliin' ur-i . nrroi ! execnt that in tie up Whltenian plays left bats in Uulh'S lil'.uu. First Inning in--T'ler -ent. up wide om - to I in- i.cxi was n flow tiieu put over one *tri!e tiie 1:1th was a hall and Hooper ' In I ir-'t I In the oil .illll l un Sheall fanned lie inlerlel'eil 1 I;illifei ; tmow and 1 lit ielu and lloii|iei' oc.t at I'l'iiuil. This ",a\c a dollb'.e ),la\ K.llifer in llollcher. S'liit!1.. Iiii|ijieil in deal. No runs, no I lilt s. Illl .'i'll.' Opened wth ,| line llolloeh.'V lOl'e.'d s.-oit. The batsman ,i t'clihr's choice, dropped Mann', fly ami this forced llol-the ball to Sliean bed fii'il mi lb" lloston li field .....I lie,.on Hoop, r MM" ball, � hut Wept silt!! with alb-d �'la �ft I. i hie s:i,.:le Cla, K. ' I.!.' St: un to -ho locher h> at .i'l'iiuil plav, I'asKeit signalled Im and run, but f. He then Hied to White m.hi. Nn i mis, no hit... nu errors. Second Inning lio-don Tyler amiin had trouble in to Dll-J! titst on pill pn.-eh t ('"Utei. tillowai;; Maui! rca. TOMORROW AND SATURDAY MONROE SALISBURY IN THE BLUEBIRD PHOTOPLAY u TONIGHT THE EAGLE" With Edits Earle EMPRESS-Tonight POWERFUL SCREEN VERSION OF MARY ROBERTS RINE-HART'S FAMOUS LOVE STORY filialiiif; th" cornr-t's and walked Whit'-man on four pitch"tl balls. Mclir.ics dropped a bunt between Killifer and T>l;r and when the fielders collided be-,) Killifer's throw for a hit. While-man K�ini; to second. Scott sacrificed. Killifer io Pick, th,- latter coverlet lit1.-1 Thomas up, hall one. hall two. foul. slril#> one, hall three. Thomas hit to I'i.-ic and Whiteimin was tint ut the ple'c. l-lcii to Killif.v. Mclnims w.t.: to third ami Thomas to first on ithe ,'ie|,le;-'s eliolee. A^licW put a hlish foul w!ijcli Clack oatij'hl on the line. Nn runs, one hit, no enois. ! cliiei^n Merkle walked, IVk I dninped a switifritiK hunt down the I third base line, ami when Tholiuis ! missed the bull the official senrers J calle.l it a hit. Merl-'.l,. went to second. 'Deal popped to Sheau. Killifer hit to I riijli' lor two bases, .M.'i'Ulo sioritq;. t This was the first extra base hit of the cries. Tvler up. .strike ope. Tyier -inKled over .-eenn.l. scorini; I'ick and Killifer. He tried to reach -econtl on jllie throw to tin- plate, hut was out. Iritriinl; to .U'iicw to Scoll. Flack hit I to Mclimc- and h. at th" first bn.-. :nan jtn tin- baK. .M.lnii.'s made no ntteinpt I to throw to Hush, who �;t> runniiiK to 1 cover fii'^t. On Clack's attempt I.. I steal. Attiiew threw Ih'kIi and wide. I hut the runner overslid the haK and ! Sheau tiif,i;ed him. Clack was i red it �ed with a steal. Asm-v: with an ustdst. Sheau with ;m out. Three runs, ton:-hits, no errors. Third Inning Boston Hn-h walked. Hooper forced him. Tyler to llollocher. The short stop made a line stop of a wild throw. Hooper tool: first on a fielder's cboii c Sliean forced Iliinper. Hollochor to I'm k. and rca. lied first when the second baseman':, throw filtered throu';h Merkte. Strttnk fouled to Kllllfor. No nuts, no hits, no errors. Chicago llollocher grounded out, Sliean to Midlines. Mann hunted hard to Midlines and was out ut first, 1'as-kert Implied to Sliean. Sit runs, no hiis. no errors, j Fourth Inning | I'.oslou -Wllileiiiuu popped to I'lck. � i Alclniics out. llollocher to Aierki". | j I'iek ni.'i'te a one-hande.l runuini; catch ) lo .-top a grounder and Ihrevv him on' ! | at liisl. Flay cut off what looked Illte I : a sure hit. No runs, no lilts, no er- | j nil's. � Chic.iKO -Wbitoman dropped Mor-| kl.i's fly close Id iho liii',r for sale or barter pl'eilli . uple of iiichi: aiv Act im: i 'hi' ! r and I )i \ e W'alli.- laid .1 | �ml on ivlih'h :!1 I .Ird St. S. ' sill" the residence there jh of storeiioti:". Over the door .-. printed on cardboard, t he tint" h" had no! sen McDonald, but (i - admitted that he had been suspicious thai trafficking in iluilor had been i;oit:K �n A pe.-iillii r part of the evidence of Mi" police wns tbtit a liKht w-lre run iron- C.'irndl's lea:.-" ;(1 ine �itore-imlicatmc that Kaitell was pny-" the (]",;: �!,� lii-ht it ;"d there. Uniqu- Decision .n: � 1 est inu eature of the case h" ile.islve manner In which rate lr\iin d |i�U, Crocert and Gtneral Stores Th � reRitlat not Inilli-file whoic .Miiiliit .May and In the full of Ittnk sides about half number, how. ver, js > in city number plate ; ate't on Mie eitv |ifo|ierty In-Injurs to .-� ri tiled to Farrell. was found a sijit. s Iri-b whisky, he-it in:-" of Ilonrbon In addition Here were many bottle- Mother with corks and seals, indicat in'-' thai th" plai es had been as u cbarltuc hoii-'e for bontleir- Tor iocbi-r' -c Hii'ni'.'r i. tti'eal brow in Schanu at third, l'hli- to Tyler. No rrors. ; now i at. hiip; to! wiio ati- not a'.' aqua pura with hi- il.'fen � nonius atr Di'iuvl'l rented him. I'liyipi; S." r> ntal lor twt lo mixim; a real ponds. F.irr.'il ". kh wal|-."d. Un-J hue battel) for la unas. I'm hue fanned. ScllatiK popped two bits, no en H'llloi'her. One run, I me; CAMI'AK.N VOR SAII.OKS- I)EI�KN1)KNTS Toronto. Se)i' . Scud it-. Ktamp for pnr.tase on fri'O trial box. OVAL M We Must Vacate Our Store on September 30th We don't want, to move the nnd are KoiiiR to sell thetn a! GREATLY REDUCED PRICES DURING SEPTEMBER YOU WILL TAKE TH MEN'S WORK SHOES. Our strong. and ?tt."0. Spletiilid values To CI. ar at QUICK AT THESE PRICES reliable, well made lino. ...................3.95 LEATHER SCHOOL BOOTS, reduc�t t* BOYS' SOLID J'.'.'jr. up to ........................................... Men's Drrsn Shoes and Ladies' Shois reduced to clear In 3.95 a hurry. THIS IS A GENUINE CLEARANCE OF, THE ENTIRE STOCK J, next and .continues.during SsptM&JeiM Sale opens until i vt rythlho Tuesday is fiold. H. G. K1LNER FEATURING MILDRED HARRIS 'Ihe Doctor \t Woman" When Alary Roberts Klnt.'liart's groat love story, "K" appeurotl In MeClme's AluKu.lno. it was universally acceydetl as lite, most absorbing roiuanco of many years. Instantly winning nation-^ido attention and promptly issued In hooK fovni, tho thrilling drama of hospital life now pictured in "THE1 DOCTOR AND THK WOMAN'," is without exct'iitiou the greatest miperfetituro ever producod. ANOTHER "BIG ONE" AT THE EMPRESS MONDAY- "A SOUL FOR SALE." lloston-Thomas out.. Deal io .Merkle. An now filed to. Flack. Deal missed Hush's i;rouiider and the latter reached first tin the error. Cluck run lo deep rlfcht for Hooper's fly. No runs, no bits, one error ClilcaffO- -Thomas threw out Killifer ill first. Tyler Joule I to Akiicw near i bird base. Flack out. Hush to Midlines. >{o runs, no hlis, ;:o errors. Sixth Inning Ho-iton- Sheau drove u hit to center, I'askort holding ll to a single by a oiio bunded slop. Strtink forced Sheun,, Pick lo Hollocber and reached first on n flQidir's choice. Wliiteman lilt Into a double play, Hotloclier to Pick lo Marklei No runs, one hit, no errors. Chicago-Holloohev tripled down tha first baao lino, tho bftll rolling to the far corner of the field. The Boston i liuld came in on tho gtaas. Manu out, ! Scott lo Mclnnis. llollocher held ! third, llollocher tried to score on j I'askert'.s grounder lo short but was lout. Scoll lo Agnnw. Puakert reached j first. On the hit and run sign Morlilo i singled to cor/.rz sowdlng l'askert to THIRTEENTH STREET N. PHONE' 317 i r! Special Prices on FRU for Saturday THESE PRICES FOP. THE BEST QUALITY OBTAINABLE Italian Prunes, Special per case..........$1.35 Pears, per dozen............<......... 30c Grapes, per lb.........................25c 2 lbs. for........................4Sc Tomatoes, crated, 4 baskets per crate......$1.75 Tonratoes, crated, loose................$L5Q Lemons, per dozen.....................45c PEACHES & FEARS EXTRA SPECIAL PRICES BY THE CRATE TOMORROW ALL FRUIT ABSOLUTELY FIRST QUALITY The Palace Confectionery x CORNER FOURTH AVENUE AND FIFTH STREET il AUCTION SALE OF A CHOICE HERD OF DAIRY COWS THE UNDERSIGNED IS SELLING THE AT HIS HOME FOLLOWING STOCK 211 21st STREET, NORTH LETHBRIDGE On TUESDAY, SEPT. 11th, 1918 AT ONE O'CLOCK SHARP CJ head of dairy cows, supposed to bo in calf, ranging from tt to 7 yearn ohl% und one bull; 1 due in September; 4 duo In Decern- her; U duo in January; 5 duo in February and.March. TERMS CASH Those are all domestic cows, perfectly quiet for man or woman lo milk. These will bo sold without reserve. This Is a rare chanca to purchase a good dairy cow. A. J. BUTTERWICK & SON, Proprietor* , . � ; ' GEO, P. PORTER, AUCTIONEER / ;