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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - September 7, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta SATURDAY, SEPTOMBER 7, 191,8 TOE LETUHfUDGE DAH^Y HERALD PAGE FIVE MS ARD mm UN amilUIDING CAMBRA (War Summary^by Associated Press). Accelerating the, fliKlU oC the re-troatlng Gornmiis, tlio nrlti.sli, >'renr.h nntl American armies gained important now sround last niglit and today along the entire front from LlU; Aisne to the west of Ottmbral. In tliG northern part of I lie front the IJritisl) have pushed forward on a front of moro tlian 15 inilos. � They have Flnlanci is put at Germany's disposal, according to a despatch to the Matin from Copenhagen. ? : � : : > : : : : : errors; no hits. 4, [ Chicago: Schanj,- retired Flack by a ' fine cat(-h of a foul bunt. Hollocher out, Scott to .Alcinnes. Mann singled to right. Paskcrt hit to centre. Maun halting at second. Slerklc fanned. No, runs; two hits; no errors. ' Seventh Inning 1^ Boston-Flack caught Scotf^ foul Thomas out. i\lerkle to Vaughn. Mays-! out, I'augliu to -MorUle, i^o runs, no hil.s. no errors. Chieagop-Pii!; out, Scott to Mclnnes. Deal beat out a hit to Thomas. Killifer out. Mays to Mclnnes. Deal' advanced to second ' Vaughn tied lo I Whiteman. No runs, one hit, no errors. Eighth Inning y Boston-Hooiier fanned Shean fouled to Merkle. Flack captured strunk's fly No runs, no hits, no errors. Chicago-Flack filed to Strunk. Hollocher struck out Scott robbed Mann of a hit and threw lijm out at first. No runs, no hits, no errors Ninth Inning Boston-Deal threw out Whiteman. Mclnnes out, Hollocher to Merkle. Schang dropped a singlo lu rfght. Schang stole seeehd, ^'^hen Hollocher dropped Killifer's. throw Scott fanned. No runs, one hit, no'errors. Chicago-Paskert out, Scott to .Mc-fnnes, Morklo out, Mays to Mcliiuus, Pick beat out a grounder to Shean. Barber batted for Deal Pick stole second Pick went to third on a passed ball and was out. trying to steal iionie on Thomas' fiimhlo of .Sluing'.'; throw. Play was Sliang to Thomas lo Schang. So runs, one hit, no errors. Final score: a H. B. Boston................. 2 7 0 Chicago............... I 7 1 00 SHOWS M COIN Enjoys Goo4^o]fee and isn't getting it at Kome ought to take matters into liis own Kands, and write for cur tooklet:- "Perfect Coffee � Perfedb Made" We mail it free to e-Oerp man fand Woman, too) -sjKo appreciates a delicious cup of coffee. Write today for your coprp. CHASE & SAN60RM - MONTREAL DIendcra anci Roosters of "SmI Brand" Cofj&e With the approach of tlie full season, interest in theatricals is naturally picking up. .Manager Prown of tho Majestic Theatre stated today that he has been busy lining up book-ing.s for the coming season, and has already secured a score of very good attractions. Boris Hambourg, the famous 'cellist will appear at fho .\Tajef,lic next Thursday, Sept. 12tlj. Dr. Zell Hunt, the psycliic hytniotlst will fill in tlie week commencing Sept. UUh. ".My Soldier Girl," a siileudid inursical comedy with a company of forty people will come on Sejit. i'.'trd. ''Ikey and Abej'." a � cartoon musical comedy oome.s early in October, Other early j attractions will iucludo llu! .original j Henry W. Savage pi-oduclion of "i/ava -A Heart," a mas.slve musical production, "Daddy i^ong- Legs," last season's phenomenal New York comedy hit, Berzacs Circus, and "The Wiilto Slave." AT THE MAJESTIC The famous Russian 'cellist, Boris Hambourg, has been engaged to appear in Lethbridge at tho Majestic next Thursclay, Sept. li'. Hambourg is recognized today as one of the greatest 'cellists since the days of Klfredo Piatti. and is a third son of the late .Professor Michael Hambourg, an eminent pianoforte teacher, and the founder of the 1-Iam- | hourg Conservatory of .Music in Tor-J onto, Canada, .�\iark Hambourg, the j celebrated pianist, is a brother. | Boris Hambourg- has appean-ed ^ as i soloist with many of the world's �am-1 ous symphony orchestras, and is in \ the very first rank of 'cello virtuosi ' before the concert bublic today. Lethbridge is indeed' fortunate in being able to hear this artist, and it is hoped that the music lovers of our city will turn out in great numbers to show their appreciation of the efforts of those who have taken tho responsibility of bringing lliis artist here. NEW MANAGER OF ORPHEUM THEATRE Announcement was made this morning of a change in management of [the Orpheum theatre, .'Jlh St. S., which will take place on Oct. 1. On that date C. Hanson's lease on the building expires and Len S. Brown, manager of the Majestic theatre, becomes the lessee. The theatre will be closed for about ten day.s after Oct. 1, but Mr. Brown expects to reopen about Oct. lOtli. During the interval the whole interior will be redecorated and reseated, a ladies' wailing room will bo arranged, and everything will be done to make it one of the most modern little moving picture and vaudeville theatres in tho~west. Special attention will be given to the music and stage sbtting. An excellent orchestra is being secured. For some time after the opening it will be run as a moving picture theatre and Vitagraph pictures will form the main attraction, but later vaudeville will likely be introduced. Rock these Grates "Shaking down" a range fire has gone out of fashion. Kootenay Range duplex grates need onl^ be rocked gently. If you have used the old fashioned jolting shaker j'-ou will hardly believe the fire is really shaken down when you rock the Kootenay duplex grate. Kootenay range grates let all the ashes fall into the_ash pan but they keep the clean hot fire in the firebox. No ashes can cling to any part of Kootenay Grates. 'Khat is why you get a clear fire and the full benefit of your fuel. ."Service in the Kitchen." Booklet Free. . This is only one of many features of the Kootenay Range described in a beautiful little booklet, "Service in the Kitchen," which will bo mailed free on request". It tells all a woman wants to know about a range before sbo buvsit. . . ' London Winnipeg f Montreal. Vancouver Toronto Calgary St. Johu. N.B. Edmonton Hamilton SasVatoon 71 Enquire from Local H a r dwa r e Dealers U WILL BE DESCRIBED IN A DRAMATIC LECTURE BY Former Postmaster General, who spent four years In a German Prison as .a Political Prisoner-of-War. AT WESLEY AUDITORIUM, LETHBRIDGE UNDER THE AUSPICES OF THE LETHBRIDGE ROTARY CLUB ENTIRE NET PfJOCEEDS FOR CHARITABJ.E AND PATRIOTIC PURPOSES Admission................$1.00 Tickets nqw on sale at Hti Cross Dri^i .Co., HIgin'botham Drug Co.. Armstrong & Raworth, and from any member of the Rotary Club. / Mail orders with remittance should be cent to A. G. Baalim, mgr. . Baalim Motj>r Co., or Mgr. Standard Bank. 77 86 19 952191 24 7256 ;