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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - September 6, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta FRIDAY. SEPTEMBER (i. 15)18 TirK LETIIRRinCK DAILY /WGE SEVEN Canadians are Faced by A Strong Hun Force Now  (l!> .1. II. I.lvesay, Canadian Cross Correspondent.) Willi tlti- Canadian Forces, Kept. ">. *~Qitr patrols report the uiwmy in holding tli'i Ciiiuil l)u Noril In front of lis in stronr; force. He in very sli-nii-; in machine Kill) posls in llii' vsi.ii i,f tjneanoy, on the border of tlio Sensre river valley and norlli nf this valley In- holds stroiii; itroniid. Jin holds (lie villages and woods Iriinlliu; across (lie ('anal !)n Noril v. hi'li is here in some spots fifty yards across. The enemy has blown :tip dm locks and nearly every limine. The Krilish (rooj>.-i have crossed I lie canal tun her south. .Meanwhile the Canadian corps is haviufc a well i>-ini eil rest. Some of Us units suffered heavily from enemy maelilno Rim fire. Notliini; in die i|ea|>era!e 1 iifitiil ry lialtle of lust Monday was more remarkable, than lo see die enemy's troops stiesinlm: away eastward, while down through llie.su healen pas.e.-. came Ills picl.'d corps of machine ^miners, prepared in sell their lives dearly. Tile extent and .-iKiiificanre of thai pleat victory when the Canadians stormed the famous (,.meant-1 Jroc.nin switch hitherto recanted as Impie^-liahlc may best he .indued by the fact thnl the Canadians and llritlsh fiulil ini; in litis sector met and overwhelm ed on that day the element- of no fewer than li enemy divisions. Including picked troops and divisions (h'oiikIh In fresh from reserve. These n positively identi-taken from them recapitulated in de 'letnetlt.M have h lied by pitsime mid they may Is tail with profit. The battle divided it ill 1 o t wo topoKia ph i. a I mid south of tie1 Arras Chronologically it was three slaves by tin hefnrcham! I>v tIn- elf materially 'eelions, north I'ambrai road, regulated into program prepared corps commander and his staff. This program, despite heavy losses, was carried out to the letter and that ai eomplisrmcnt in it. Fell' renders ur.ne. i-;s;iry further ret'-erenee to the wonderful spirit of the troops enpittwl. Kacli unit, was itn-lined with the fix. d idea that it must he on its objective at. the dot and it \\ its Mils spirit Hint wrung victory t com the massed and desperately Hchllnn enemy units, North nf the road our divisions engaged enconnlere.d in Ihe first, singe, namely, from i.lie five o'clock lileli off, Hie fourth Krsalz til-vision including tint liMlh, .'Hflind and die .'SliDtli jeglmcnlH, nil the. hattalinns of these being identified as In action iliut morning. I'asslng on to the second stage, it encountered die Ifiiilh and '.list regiments of the second! guards reserve? division all these bat- j l.aliotis being idenl Ifled. In the third sttigo we .rvc:'.vhelmet! all Die battalions of the first and second guards reserve regiments belonging to the first guards reserve, division. In mliii (ion to litis ilium were encountered and beaten on this front, the first and third grenadiers and the first division and the 4!lnl regiment of die same division. South of the Ciunbrai road the tu.sl; was no lighter. Disposed of Them In Hie first slagi; our troops dis-posed the enemy's ltitli (V/islou including all tilt? battalions of the 2'ltli. tistii and L'Hth regiments, an well as lni'.rd regiment some attention also tyelng given to the fiHth division. In die second stage they defeated and passed over the enemy's third reserve | divisions including all the battalions I of the iltth fusilier regiments and die I .tilth reserve regiment and all but two I battaliotis of Die second grenadier regiment. Advancing after a�s:iu!t to reorganize for the third and final stage, the units engaged overthrew the en"my's 111th division consisting of till the battalions of the H'C.lh ami 7,'ttsl regiments, as, well as all but ope of the battalions of die T'Jtli regiment. In addition to these three divisions our troops south of the t'amhiai road withstood and defeated counternltnclis by various enemy elements. Identified from prisoners captured as follows: r.lst regiment; itiTth regiment; 7ns cavalry divisions consisting of die Jtith dragoons and 4th and lath t'lilans and the -1th .Jaegers. Allowing for die weakening of die enemy divisions the force opposed was still about four times that of the Canadian troops actually thrown Into the assault. The Pleases the Men I\very mnn npprccintei the difference when liis linen and woolleni lir�TC been washed with Sunlitflit Soap. They urc hnowy-clcun mid fresh like new. He likes his wife to have the freedom from toil and the leisure that a Sunlight wush-day brings. He Lnowi tlint mi Absolutely pure hO�P"SnnIij;hf - docs the wimh bettor nnd more economically thmi common soaps. Why tint phase him ? Ihe .'�iu n it'sht HUGE EXTENSION TO I1U1IC PLANT ERIAL n will be drawn mostly /row Coutts where, the company has just, complftt- course of construction. Two additional storage tanks of MM'U) gallons capacity each for lubricating oil are also being erected. The company's yard '"' ,hp of one. -I.SU.Iino gal j ; J.'.u by 2nil, will .when the, work nciu : Ion storage tank I'.u feet, in diameter I under way is. completed, be well cov land "0 feet, in h'dgiit, together with red with lank.! and building:- and will! Work Starts on .SC.':.fl'i'i ftxttn-sion lo the i.oc;il Plant enemy wan entrenched on chosen ground among fortifications whose connection date;; back to the battle of the Alurno and which, year by year have been improved and strengthened, bringing them up to the latest, developments of defensive warfare. TRAPPED LAWYER in Canada Food Board, License No. 11-608. Work on a Stfifi.Olio e\ Imperial oil cnmpai;-plant here was niniiin the con tractor being V of I'nlgary. When M; isbed l.etlibridpe will most complete oil d-in t'ne west, which wiii ii.nolle the immense is: ;ie: jty of the southern > Villee litis bllilt. UP ie con junction with til" tent installed this ..tin which is under the d branch, the l.etlibrids system Is the most imp company has m the [,� The workflow iimi-eludes the erect Itiii ' : ing Id bv lull, three , t This will lie of lir,. and will house the .:'! extend ' ''I die com v. s  b'liight I 11!� .loltu 'lay a leriding the � ' i. Jackson then left the room nRain and Inspector Lindsay of the military police, Inspector rtichardsoii. of the Cab Bury police force and l.lettt. I'slier, district intelligence officer, uho had been concealed in the adjoining lintel room canie in and wove handed the money by Mttfroe. I'sher Initialling Ihe hills. Then Jackson suddenly returned and lilndsay and Itlchardaon wir.-e able to Ret into the next room without him srelnB thiMii. I'sher. however, had not time to k and Ma-nee introduced him to Jackson saying he was a man who would also rei|Uire lo br> "fixed." Jackson thereupon liandeil T.-dier i> fifty dollar bill which was duly initialled after Jackson had left the, room. Frank Raton, for the defense, put Col. Mattoe throiiKli a pretty strong crossoxiiiuinalloi! espccl.-illy in regard as lo the niiitler as to who titer he was intoxicated or not. Tim colonel, however, stuck to his story that it was nil assumed for ihe purpose of trapping Jackson. At one o'clock Psher was still on Ihe stand. Is Committed Calgary, Sept. C- K. K. A. Jackf-on of ICdmonton. n solicitor's clerk, was. today committed for trial on it chnvRc of hrlhliiK two officers of the t'atui dian forces in coiiiiectlon with obtain iui; conditional leave of absence for clients of his el'lRilile under class one of I lie .Military Service act. Previous to tho preliminary hrarlnn ball was fixed at $f>,iKKI and up to an early hour this afiernoon no further arranKement.s hud been made. MEAT WHILST THE PRICES ARE REASONABLE vs e Full Line for Tomorrow SPECIAL PRICES ON... FRONT QUARTER CUTS Chuck Roast of Beef .... 22c per lb. Shoulder Roast of Veal . 22c per lb. Boiling Beef ......... 18c per lb. Stev/ir.g Vesl.........18c per lb. SAVE MONEY BY CARRYING AWAY YOUR OWN PARCELS FROM THE Westminster Meat Market 310 Thirteenth Street North E RULE FOR IRELAND Derby, J'>s, Sept. fi.--Tlto Urilish Labor coni'resM by a majority of five |^lo one today passed a resolution to '(he effect that the war has not ehnnK-4 Me soundness of the principles of frtf trtttlo au4 Di'KluK upon Hie Kovern-men! Ihe danger of imposltiK tariffs or imposts. Resolution urging the Kovern-iv. on I to grunt homo rule in Ireland I was carried by aovi�i.i.ulon. E FOOD MARKETS ATURDAY Choice Creamery Butter, per lb. 50 C ORDER YOURS NOW! GET IT FROM THE OLD, ORIGINAL MILL TO MAN Here'sValue During Next 10 Days Suits up to $35.00 Blue and Black Serges Excepted for $27.50 Fabrics You'll Like in the Very Newest Stripes, Checks, Plain and Fancy Mixtures. Tailored to Your Order. A specially selected range of Cloths in English Worsteds. Scotch Tweeds, and Saxony Weaves are laid out on the table from which to make your choice. Selected Eggs per doz. 50c FRAY BENT0ES CORNED BEEF, JELLIED OX TONGUE, MEAT LOAF, CHEESE LOAF, HAM BOLOGNA, f _ PORK TENDERLOINS, PORK SPARE RIBS, SPRING CHICKENS, FANCY FOWL. SPECIAL TOMATO SAUSAGE Scotland Woolen Mills Co. 309 Fifth Street S. Limited G. A. Crozier, Manager Lethbridge Buy where you are protected by the Pure Food Laws of Canada. P. BURNS & CO., LTD. MAIN MARKET THIRD AVENUE SOUTH PHONES 412 AND 1188 DOMINION MARKET COR. 4TH AVE. AND 6TH ST. t. PHONE 1654 PALACE MARKET THIRTEENTH STREET N. PHONE 431 ;