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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - September 6, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta FftlDAY, SEPTEMBER 6. 191 J? THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD PAGE FIVE MRS. DE WEESE COULD NOT STAND Because of Functional Di�or* ^ der-Cured by Lydia E. Pinkham's VegeUjble Compound. OnWand, Cal. -"I suffered from Irregularities and congestion, so I could . notstandon my foflt for any long period of time and did not Bleep wrfK Thopliy-Bic.'.av. who .treutod me did not seem to help m.e any and a friend advised �Lydia E. Pinkliom'a Vegetable Compound. 1 todit it and tefore I roalized it I was well.. I shall recommend jTour valuable remedy to my friands."-Mrs. L. H. De Weese, 605Akatrcz Avo., Oakland, CiJ. Ever}'woman at-some period or other In har Jifo suffers from jnst such disturbances as did Mrs. Weese,-and if there is no intcrcBted friend to advise, let tijs be a reminder that this famous root and herb remedy has been.pver-comisf; these ailments of women for more than 40 years. If any complications' exist, write Lvdia E. Pinkham Medicine Co., Lynn, Mass., for advice. The result of many years experience is at your service. Hun Positions on Chemin-Des-Dames Threatened Now Paris, Sept. 6.-The capture of Coucy-Lechateau by the French makes the Oierman positions on .the Chemin des dames precarious and practically^ untenable according to official headquarters dls-jpatches. UPON 'fHINDY" 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 Coucy and Immediately in front of the Hlndenburg line. STRONG RESISTANCE. London, Sept. 6.-The British are on the western edge of Temp-leux-Le Fosse, three and a half miles northeast of Peronne. The Germans are stronoly resisting the British advance by rear guard actions. HONORS KUEHLMANN Amslerdam, Sept. 6-The Reichzan-zelgar of Berlin today announced that Emperor William hud conferred the Order the Red ICiieU; of liie First Class on Dr. Richanl Von Kuohlraaiin, (he German former secretary ot foreign affairs. AT THE OfePHEUM Monroe Sallbury says he has played so many outlaw parts that he feels imeasy on the street every time he meets a. policeman. "The Eagle" is another of the Western bad man with the'vrallop of Jesse James and the motive of an avenfiing angol. At the Orpheum tonight. Don't miss it. AT THE EMPRESS Why should a funious physician suddenly sacrifice friends, fame and fortune-disappear to hide his head in shame from liis teiiow practitioners? What reasons are powerful nnough to cause him to thus give up the benefits that came as the result of a life-tiuio's endeavor? . "The Doctor and the Woman," the Jewel adaptation of Mary Uoberts ninohart's powerful novel "K", tuUs the story ot this physician's predica-in&t. Photoplay patrons who attend 'the Bmpre,'3s tonight will have the opportunity of seeing it. Allen Holiibar. wlio directed "A .Soul for Sale," the Jewel production which comes to the Empress theatre on Monday, gave up an extremely promising career as a motion picture star to undertake the direction of Dorothy Phillips. "A Soul for Sale" is the first of their productions under the new arrangement. With the British Armies in. France, Sept. 6.-Along the whole front from the southern extremity to the Bapaume-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 Hindenburg defences. The British have captured more ground around Havrlncourt road. In many places north of the Sen-see river the Germans are firing thousands of gas shells indiscriminately. COUNTER ATTACKS. With the British Army in France,-The Germans launched three counter attacks against Hill 63 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 Wulverghem. West of LaBassee the British have reached Canteleux and are pushing toward Violaines. Many' fires are raging. American Advance With Iho American Army Along the Alsne, Sept. 6.-The American Una along the Alsne front extended this forenoon through Helller and across (deleted) uud then .sljutheasterly to the Ihifi held by the French, The latter hud not yet loft their positions westward from Rhelnia. A Lull In Battle, HrltUh Army IToadquartors, Sept. Tj.- (Canadian fress Dispatch 'rom Routers l^imited.)-Renter's corres-pondiMit cables that there is a lull on the Dritlfih front and says that the absolute failure of the enemy to counter-attack anywhere is perhaps fho most Hiriking testimony to the ccnn-plelenoaa of our victory. Today our troop.i aro within seven miles of Cam-bral. Between us and Cambrai is the .Marcoing line, wliich according to airmen is little more than a belt of wire. However, there are some of the strongest defenses ahead .lucli as the Havrlncourt Wood into which we are now pumping gas and shells, and I3ourlon Wood ot unpleasant memory. Fine Strategy. American Army Headquarters in Prance, Sept. n.- (Reuters.)-There never was a neater instance of a strategic offenHlve than the way in which the Germans along the Vesle were put to night by a blow struck many miles to the west of thorn. Had we attempted to force the line ot the Vesle tactically we should have lost at least 10,000 men and possibly three times that number. By the blows struck on the Solssons plateau, however-a blow which in any case -was inevitable-tlie ^'e.sIe has been cleared in the operations along the Allette. By those same operations some of the finest divisions --?t the German army I have been prevented from holding up the Britisii advance and the Hinden-burg line has thus been broken by a battle nearly one hundred miles away from it. . . Two' or More Persons May Use the One Account The '^oint account" is a very popular feature of The Bank of Nova Scoti* service. Each ^ perion may deposit or withdraw independently. Interest auickly accrues, and with two saving, the growth of the account is more rapid and pls&sing. Huiband and wife- . brother and siiter- father and son, or others, are enabled to save lystematically by this means. Paid-up Capital f 6..iO0,O0O Jlcscnc Funt! . i:,000,rjOO Resource! . . 130,000,000 CHICAGO TAKES SECOND IN A SPIRITED CONTEST Friday and Saturday JUNE ELVIDGE IN 'THE mmm Also Two Reels Comedy Couiiskey Park, Chicago, Sept. C- Despite tlic return of good baseball weather today the crowd for the Second game of the worldV series between Boston Red Sox and thevChicago Cubs was almost as slow in assembling as yesterday. Halt an hour before the game the increased attendance was visible in only a tew sections of the bleachers and stands. 'Boston men bubbled with good nature ay, they \iciit througli their preliminary stunts. Tlie National league champions held their heads up and showed vicious dfet.ermination in their preliminary batting and fielding. The umpires switcUed to the left from yesterday's formation, the movement placing Hildebrand at the plate, Klem at first base, Owens at second and O'Day at third. The baiting order sent early is correct except that in Boston line-up Whiteman plays left field and bats in Ruth's place. First inning Boslon-:-T.vler sent up wide ones to Hooper, The next was a slow ball. Tyler then put over one strike but the titlh was a ball and Hooper went to first. On the hlV, and run sign Shean fanned. He interfered with Killiter's throw and Hildebrand called Hooper out at second. This gave a double play Kllliter to Hollcher. Strunk hopped to deal. No runs, no hits, no errors. Chicago-Plack opened wlh u line single to left. HoUocher forced Flack. Bush to Scott. The batsman taking first on a fielder's choice, Strunk purposely dropped Mann's fly. to short center, and this forced Hol-I locher by throwing the ball to Sheun I at second. Mann reached first, on the iplay, Paskerl signalled hit and >run, 1 but fouled. He then filed to White-I man. No runs, no hits, no errors. I Second Inning I Boston-Tyler again had trouble in TONIGHT TOMORROW AND SATURDAY lyiONROE SALISBURY IN THE. BLUEBIRD PHOTOPLAY "THE EAGLE" With Edna Earle EMPRESS-Tonight POWERFUL SCREEN VERSION OF MARY ROBERTS HART'S FAMOUS LOVE STORY RINE- FEATURING MILDRED HARRtS "The Doctor the Woman" When Mai-y Roberts Rlnehart's great lore.atory, "K" appeared In McClure's Magazine, it was universally accepted as the most absorbing, romance o� many years. Instantly winning nation-wide attention and promptly Issued in book form, the thrilling drama ot hospital life now pictured in . "THE DOCTOR AND TJIE WOMAN," is without exception the greatest super-featui'e eyei-produced. ANOTHER "BIG ONE" AT THE EMPRESS MONDAY- "A SOUL FOR SALE." finding tlic corners and walked Wliite. man on four pitched balls. Mclnnes dropped a bunt between Kllliter and Tyler and when the fielders collided beat Klllifer's throw for a hit, White-man going to second. Scott sacrificed, Killifer to Pick, the latter covcr-inf first. Thomas up, ball one, .'ball two, foul, strllib one, ball three. Tffom-as hit to Pick and Wliiteman was out at the plate, Pick to Kllliter. Mclhnes went to third and Thomas to first on the fielder's choice. Agnew put a high foul which Flack caught on the jine. No runs, one hit, no errors. ^ Chicago - Merkle walked. Pick dumped a swinging bunt down ; the third base line, and when Tho'inas missed the ball the official scorers called it a hit, Merkle went to sec*ond. Deal popped to Shean. Killifer hit to right for two bases, Merkle scoring. This was the first extra base hit of the series, Tyler up, strike one. Tyler singled over second, scoring Pick'and ICillifer, He tried to -reach .second on the throw to the plate, but ivas out, Strunk to Agnew to Scott. Flack hit to Mclnnes and beat the first baseman to the bag. Mclnnes made no attempt to throw to Bush, who was runniiig to cover first. On - Flack's attempt to steal, Agnew threw high and wide, but the runner overslid the bag and Shean tagged him. Plack was credited with a steal. Agnew with an assist, Sliean with an out. Three runs, four hits, no errors. Third inning Boston-Bush walked. Hooper forced him, Tyler to HoUocher. The shortstop made a fine stop of a wild throw. Hooper took first on a fielder's choice Shean forced Hooper, HoUocher to Pick, and reached first when the second baseman's throw filtered through Merkle. Strunk fouled to Kiliifer. No runs, no hits, no errors. Chicago-HoUocher grounded out. Shean to Mclnnes, Mann bunted hard to Mcluues and was out at first. Pas-kort hopped to Shean. No runs,'no hits, no errors. Fourth Inning /joston--Whiteman popped to Piclj. Mclnnes out, HoUocher to Merkle. Pick^nade a one-handed running catch to stop a grounder and threw him out at first. Play cut off what looked like a sure Int. No runs, no hits, no errors. Chicago-Wliiteman dropped Mer-kle's fly close to the lino and the batsman reached second on the error. Pick bunted to Bush, whose quick throw to Thomas got Merkle at third. Pick took firct oii a fielder's choice. On the hit and run sign Deal filed to Hooper bnt Pick managed to beat the throw back to first. Pick was out stealing on the first pitched ball. No runs, no hits, one error. Fifth Inning Boston-Thomas out,. Deal to Merkle. Agnew filed to. Flack. Deal missed Bush's grounder and the,, latter reached first on the error. Flack ran to deep riljbt {or Hooper's tly. No runs, no hits, one error. Chicago-Tliomas threw out Killifer at first., Tyler fouled to Agnew near third base. Flaclc out, Bush to Mclnnes. Ho runs, no hits, no errors. Sixth Inning Boston-Shean drove a hit to center,'Paskert holding it to a single by a ono-handed stop. Strunk forced Shean,, Pick to HoUocher and reached first on a fieidflr's choice. Whiteman bit Into a double play, HoUocher to Pick to Merkle) No runs, one hit, no 'errors. Chicago-HoUocher tripled down tha first base line, the haU rolling to the far corner of the field. The Boston field came in on the grass. Mann out, Scott to Mclnnis. HoUocher held third. HoUocher tried to sCore on Paskert's grounder to short but was out, Scott to Agnew. Paskert reached first. On the hit and run sign Merkle singled to cer-^re sea.ding Paskort to IF YOU HAVEN'T GOT OUR NEW LIST GROCERY PRICE SEND FOR ONE You will find the all-round prices lower than any "Cash -and Carry" hquse, AND WE DELIVER THE GOODS. FREE OF CHARGE third. With Pick up .Merkle started a double steal. .A^ncw's throw to Scott turned him back and he was out when the short stop threw to Mclnnes, No runs, two hits, no errors. Seventh Inning. Boston-Mclnnis hit to HoUocher in deep short and .Merkle grabbed a wide brow and tagged Stuffy on the line. Scott flied to Paskert. Thomas filed to Flack. No rims, no hits, no errors. ' Chicago-The band played tlie "Star Spangled Banner,'' bring the crowd to its teet. Pick walked. Deal sacrificed to Mclnnis unassisted. Pick taking second. Killifer walked. Tyler flied to Whiteman. Flack lifted to Strunk. . No runs, no hits, no errors. Eighth Inning, Boston-Schang batted tor Agnew. He singled off Hollocher's glove. Bush flied to Paskert. Hooper singled to right and Flack's great brow to Deal cut down Schang at third, Schange out. .Merkle^ to Tyler, No runs, no hits, no errors. Chicago-Schang now catching for Boston, Shean caught Hollocher's fly back of first. .Mann flied to White-man. Paskert fouled to Schang. No runs, no hits, no errors. Ninth Inning. Boston-Strunk hit to right for three bases. Whiteman duplicated the hit, Strunk scoring. :\lclnnis out. Tyler to Merkle. Scott walked. Du-buc batted tor Thomas, Dnbuc fanned. Schang popped to HoUocher, One run, two hits, no errors. Extra Help Required in this Department. Apply at Once, to Manager. CANADA FOOD BOARD LICENSE NUMBERS, 8-29902, 6-251. Deliveries Every Hour Phone 313 n U BOOTLEGGERS ARE NOW BEI ROUNOEO UP HERE ActingrChief Bowker Wasting No Time-Makes Another Haul  , Jack Farrel. 314 '5rd St. S., was fined $150 and costs by .Magislrjite. Irwin this afternoon on being convicted ot keeping liquor for sale or barter on his premises. A couple of nights ago Acting Chief Bo.A'ker and Detective Wallis raided the premises on which ?,14 3rd St. S. stands. Beside the residence there is a sort of storehouse. Over the door there is, printed on cardboard, the number 316, The number, however, is not the regulation city number plate and is not indicated on the city plans. The whole property belongs to .Minnie May and is rented to Farrell. In the storehouse was found a suitcase full of Burke's Irish whisky, be-' sides about half a case of Bourbon in pints. In addition there were many bottles together with corks and seals, indicating that the places had been used as a clearing house for bootleggers who are not averse,to mixing a little aqua pura with the real goods. In his d.efense Farrell claimed that two montiis ago a man named McDonald rented the storfehouse from bim, psying $50 in advance for the rental for two months. Since that tini" he had not seen McDonald, but ho admitted that he had been auapic ious that trafficking in liquor had been going on. A peculiar part of the evidence of the police was that a light v,'lre ran from Farrell's house to the fitore-houHP, indicating that Fairell was pay ing fcr the electric light u.'jod there. Unique Decision An interesting feature ot the case was the decisive manner In which Magistrate Irwin disposed of the tech-niculiry which always arises as to whether the bottled goodB put in the evidence were .whisky or not. Magli-trate Irwin asked 'that one of the bottles be opened, and when It was handed to him he applied a personal test and declared without healtatlon that the goods were as labelled, Burke's Irish whisky. This 1b the first time in the history of the local court tirat tho magistrate has set Jiimself up as an analyst but as Magistarte Irwin is an old member of the Mounted Police who worked in the days ot real bootlegging in the eighties there was no dispute over his finding. The assertion that Count von Bern-storff, in his efforts to spread German propaganda in the United States, actually purchased and con trolled Fair Play, a New York publication, enliating the services of a native-born American to conceal his band, was made la a statement' issued by Alfred L, Becker, deputy attorney general. Clean to handle. Sold bf all Draf* �ists, Croccrt and General 8tara�> BIG CAMPAIGN FOR SAILORS' DEPENDENTS Toronto, Sept. C-Almost half of the objective has been reached in the province ot Ontario in the great campaign to raise money for the sailors of the merchant marine and their dependents. This amount does not include monies to come from many centres in the province, which as yet have sent in no report to Toronto. The total raised noAv is .?472,S27. Toronto has provided already more than halt its quota of half a million dollars. Us share to date is .?S04,597 including the city grant of $50,000 and the province's contribution (exclusive of Toronto) is $168,230 including the government grant. DID YOU EVER THINK AThy that skin trouble, from which you are suffering, will not heal? It ia because It Is bo deeply rooted that ordinary ointments are Incapable of penetrating to the seat of ' the disease. Zam-Buk, on the contrary, is so refined that it is capable of reaching the underlying tissues, and that Is why so many -ses of skin trouble, which have dSfled all other treatments, have yielded to Zam-Buk. Don't delay! Get a box ot Zam-Buk and prove it for yourself. Not only Is it best for eczema and all Bkln troubles, but also for ringworm, ulcers, old *3res, blootl-pol-soning, bolls, piles, bums, cueo and all skin injuries. All druggists or Zam-Buk Co., Toronto, iiOc. box-, 3 for ?1.25. Send Ic. stamp (or.postage on free trial box. Special Prices on FRU for Saturday ^,'' �1 H. G. 414 THIRTEENTH STREET N. AUCTION SALE OF A CHOICE HERD OF DAIRY COWS THE UNDERSIGNED 18 SELLING THE FOLLOWING STOCK AT HIS HOME 211 21st STREET, NORTH LETHBRIDGE On TUESDAY, SEPT. 11th, I9I8 AT ONE O'CLOCK SHARP 13 head ot dairy cows, supposed to be In calf, ranging from n to 7 years old^and one bull; 1 due in September; 4 due In Decern- ber; 3 due in January; 5 due in February and.March. TERMS CASH These are all domestic cows, perfectly quiet for m'an or woman to milk. These will be sold without reserve. This is a rare chance to ijurchase a good dairy cow. , ' A, J. BUTTERWICK & SON, Proprlet'ore ' GEO. P. PORTER, AUCTIONEER ;