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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - September 9, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta MONDAY. SEI'TKMBRH S). 1H1K THE LKTIfMMDGR OAILTf m'HA./n PAGE FIVE CANADIANS ADO TWO M RE I ll.v With 11 -It. is a {' l 'India ii luii' Auk the inori' ]'. li. Livesa.y. Hnnndiah ess ('orre ;poni|ont'l. " Canadian Klines. Sept. X mouth ai;n today since, the I'lirp." went iMti) action hems. In Hint liiil.ll>' ami in ci'i'iu battle of Arms, II litis I nnrloil account, ilf those operation!". During the period from .Inly I 10 .Inly HI, Hie I'uliadiiin corps was rim-I rriilralod in the Monchy-Bretnn LIk-! KcriMiillf - t'auroy - Dloval- Auchel -t'ha-| loan dn la liaie area iinrl was held in I reserve, l-'or tho previous two months j Marc.eleuve I whose capture has been erroneously a 11 rllint���I to the Aimtrnl-'iansi llotuieonr,', (a\ i'lix, Wieiiconrt, Leiniosnel, (lillaiii-iiiirt, llenuforl. anil , Folie.s. On ilic second day, a fart her advance was ina>|e (liroui;h stiff finli'.-iiilf. when Ihe fourth ' autiillnii division was llirust into the iray to lollcvo Ihe seo.nnil. (in this iliiy. tin' vlll!u:i'  of Ilonelioir. Warvillers. ltozi"/-es. .Man-court, Mnburirouri and I'lillly were, captured. On the lliird day. the corps was reinforced by a Hrilish di mil the attack wa i proceeded S For Boston With. Big Hit drama; time, the lowinr, ii'-oiniiieiit of lliirothy I'hillii remembered lor h in tli>- .1.�.'. >;1. "II: Wnma n' milled two important idiaplorH to tho j lil.-ilory of the world aim in the deeds I hut rebound to the honor of Canada. In that brief span its captures of r.nns have been olio-seventh of I ho Iol.-il |;mi:{ raptured by all the allied nations thin year. II is possible, now to lilt Hie veil a little and Klvo a eon- TO NIGHT TOMORROW they had been constantly practlclriR open warfare. On ,luly in. the corps was relieved from the reaerve a ml relieved ;i corps 111 Ihe lino from Telegraph Hill south. This line wits held by three divisions, and our scr-ond division, which had biien attached up to that time to another corps, thus loslriK the benefit of I ho period ot tralnltiK. wan taken out and put into reserve to go through the .liiini! course. The central plan 1 adiipled (lurinc, tills iH't'lod of holdiiiK! the linn was to foster In the mind of the enemy the idea of a pending attack in order to retain, or draw his reserves from litis area and rouse-' (|iieiniy an aggressive policy win adopted. Active pal rolling was >ar-rii;il out by day anil night and raids were constantly effected. The artillery carried out a vigorous program, harassing and coiinlet-bal.tery work. Kroiii prlsoni'i's. il was learned thai the enemy >xpeiled ;i cuunler-atinck. Move to Another Front. On .lull .'In. the corps was transferred to the i on it M army and orders were t .'> whs oxeciitei] anil with what secrecy can Dost be indicated by the fad that no member of the corp.-, knew where he was going ami the success of the at tack was de-moil-I rate.) by the fact Hull 111" enemy wa; ("linpleiely taken by .surprise on the nighi or August 7-,S 20,000 Yard Advance. I>urluk the first day. the Canadians ,id\aiii'iul about 'Jn.iiini yards. a world's record, capturing the villages of human. Hoiirges, llniigard. Abbe, court. Coiicelles, Demuin, Ignaoourt, Tin' villages >if (JiicHnoy and Koquios-eourt. fell on I his day The lighting was intense since ihe enemy had been driven bark to a .".vsi"m of IreU'dics easy of defence and was making the most of il. Bitter Battle. The next, days saw probably biltoresl until imIh of Hie battle, the capture of I'arvillors, Da llalluch, iill of whi( h together lYcsiioy. Hiiinoourl, O.avctte Krunzart were iiltimatidy taken, time up to Auk. l!l �vas taken c.oiicenlratint; for defense tin Hons noli and on Hint date thi handed its line icry, wllh and 'I he up In ' JlOni-' corps !�":�� - n i � il and procui'dol This ended the lli'-n jirobably achievenii'iit of i hi pot of i lie war. tat ver lo the novo norlli. Il.lllle of Ami.  moM notewor nadhiii corp DR. BELAND TELLS LONDON HIS OF EXPERIENCES i l-'rom Ihe !.i^iilon Time,.-, i Dr. Henri Belaud, ex.-l'ostm.istor-�neral of the Dominion of ( anndii, from (Jenniiny was an->. in relatliiK I''':, s,:id thtit a.- llviiiK in Ihe pellan. H > bad (I whose release from ( bounced l\w> mom lis at-i tin' story of hi.--, experien in Aunu^t. 1 :>t 1, be wa? Iteleia,: vill ALSO A FOX SPECIAL "TWO LITTLE IMPS" This ir, ,i Good One recently marrieil , widow. When the war o doctors in i lie vilh lielillld deeded ' i afler the pi-opi". work its physician mm TONIGHT AND TOMORROW PAT.AMOUNT PICTURES PRESENT immunity under I!e>l >. lions. I-'or some niontn 'lis liln-rt>. y.o'.ui,- fr>�'lv Hl>' peophc In Miv, III Liisil.iiliii oul.'aire. ii � wu.i lold that )!>� was wanted in th>- offu-i- ol Hie no lice inaui~lial>' ni Antwerp tin ;ir-r\llli|.' He-re he u.i- nl'oi-iui'.l fh.ii iii'de.--, hiid > ome from llerlin that lie v..is to be intern1 n. but h" would In- ONE NIGHT ONLY Next Thurs., Sept. 12th Wallnr.c Graham Pre�ent5 tho F.imous Russian 'Cellist bons Hamboorg IN A CONCERT RECITAL Assisted by M A B1L MANLEY PICK ARD (Soprano) and MADGE WILLIAMSON (Pianist) Prices, $1.50,'$1.00, .75 Seats on Sale Wednesday a.m. at Box Office 'hoiineur. and Craud Hole! I real >-d a - a pri -i mn i>r kepi in a rooii-. in Hi I iere for foil.' da> he rem:iiu room, with an -ir:ni'il ounry i'do;-, lii:. v1. :' leAi;-, nliow-'d v. it I' "liiui. I!� was llieii sen' i. and phid'.l in Hie St ell Voftei ()ti :h' oi'.ut of lii - pos:! itjii. lo w lowi'd a en lor .>'M to him , f e;'i � i I,, t'( :;ia In : le .->. : ihaii I"' sen; to l;uh! di'ii. lb' repeatedly oi.iiiii":! h:.- ',,� wriHiii! Idler after letter to Human a lit ho: i' ics, -l.ilitu; thai i was .a phvsici.in they had no ri^ deia in hlln. ' �e hold views" one Cerni.in offieiiil inbt :oi; Hire waul I I'Ynwny I'.irk. Him'.. '�' \ lotory pen hid >-i. ill" lloslon Ked So when liiey vaiunlisi! islon i .National lea;;n>' cliaii.c wlib. | of '' ,. >t "ini clKer ivh>.'ii lo-; to rlKbt. afler the con.. I j,,, i and one ill ri k>'. I loll ' Krom ' ^''"'t. and l-'lack dai o i base safely. Affliew | 1 Hi si base with 11 li',1 .M"lnlies. Mann ton I � :i hi" 11 , .'-'!i>'aii drove a lour. i b'l't I i'M f. nee for ' s> , �.'.�ailed iill (he coon' '� , i wo ami (ben '.alined 'f ' Tyb-r b.ad plenty of i the biill on lb" coi t -| U'hireiu.'fii fl>'W to . i one hi;; no errors. I Second In ' riii ai;o: Hill 11 I ftrounder .ind 111 row ' eaine ill fast tor \l>rk 1 threw him out ;il fir | an infield hi', u liieh i not field !n lino. I n ly past Thomas. I'I. ond Akuow almost first. Killifer forced Scot I. lo Thomas. No no error-. Huston: Meltliies Holloi ii r ;� i) a I I hrew out Kro' liiit : no errors. Third In Chiciii'.o: Heorne T\ ly pin-In d tor llosi. niven a j;ooil recepti,. lo lie- piste Tyl.T sv.eepi.nr >-llIVe:- l'l" plat>'. i-'lacl; forced Toss l>'j;',i!,i >.,,.,,il lo Shorn;. Hie he retiiined on' lo .Melnlies. una about amoimiillK to second. Until I \ alter the 1 '--i-eond. Soil loo',. Hi-no bus: no error :. Ho-tun: Thoma- po or, who wont back o Ill.ll-e Hie calctl. Mil'! KlWHIll Ihe einbaiik' io-vc's Ion;; --rnic-h i .'dark!.: to Tyler. No : i rrors. iw ihe �llniii.' 1 Hu: Ninth . S, In, lie. .M.'l'kle -i allied for Innir �lie imi-u' l aii a i ion. in diioiin'n Will Wind present. The fol people in support i'1. Allien Hoseoe. , excellent work " Doctor and Hie l'.urre,s. Kallier H.irr.v I ni ii k In son ' i''. niiim-ioic COULD NOT STOP :|e 11' .'. " l-'lack �I'/l -bar; iii"d I In l-'hick tliro'.v Ale � t Hi" -'i run ii �" i'll' i iir \1 � 1 kepi plat" i un-; U'ii, � km Wort mil i: i'Ui ball-Worl man', threw io Won man liarber ha inli i .Mellllc 'I iii -out "in;/; i an 1! "fl dial d li'om the la,-oiii to [ I'll, h ish Mil HU I'ollowi" all "iiipl I'hom.is. Ion "ached first. /. oat for Killifer i!" play. Si oi i '. run-, am Until She Tried "Fruit-a-tives" -Made From Fruit Juices lent lirs �d Mel i.l" Hi" Maj ihis we i I Will lllllsji- || r hii ro AT THE MAJF.STIC W (i! |d'l'"llO'A C "ll l{ll�iill|l c"i oris namlioiiri',. uho come, o, c on Tiiiirsday eveninr-, "talcs 11>;it in his opinion upon ' io- ground,- of literal are Hon Ine i eup;iK"-l in 'Ireadful lo Slieau ini, no i Mould Ii a recom ine '.lint id Hi Ilf 11 art ��inn con ill  11 n .i '� "I- i lie iictiie :i: i fi 1'1'liel'l womb 1 li.l'.e v.-ai, fro cool.! |-et A fi ien fl-tive.-i' '. ''oi.risi Si., Si. .Ioiiv, X.H. �el I icu.si irll you of Ui(> (rrent l 1 have received from your tful inclicine, 'Fruit.-a-tives'.1 if been a se.PVrer for many and liine I! II. i; aslllilie lie ma ii ! |e- e II1IIM i hose rued thai AT S' " AKLA.Nl) I tie .poinl bci 11 iiy of i i niciii,;' I he, ,il|*c ��.lob n; liovin. . belom ' i \ Tin �!i);bifullv '. 11 (ill I II'' lie  ' .are s> ul lc no' ion I'a-le nilul l- le il s ; �of ! and i v. di; d St il Ihl^iali lady, a .die Ollt. Hie three ;�� liaviip: 'l''l. Hr. i"iuain and look oiilident that his would secure him mi- ollld l"d -hil'-p-l .: lo sec Ileal off' al iliinl.! I wo hi' i; , i a fly ;o i I l> -e V ri'"! - i i and the .�d him hv ' lie.-s. I'i.-i, ;  of Huth'., ', i at t'.'i'-'. i mi ;: no atiie itli'- t|l" -Mid. idler;. ' V iill i �', l.l "('II CI tli.lf II ', , MlM'l in all- inn a; ahum. ' ill! lil> ill' el a rn> ind to; 'harm ci I'an ir'.and. -.l-ali port / a  o:,l\ a '.Madame im l-i.-iU A I" ur-I w ilici pi' Ilia .lea �k rti/'.ic/iri relief. advised ni-' to lake 'Kruil,-ii.I I (lid .si will) lrreat - nciti'.Hs : and now 1 :nn en 11 rely free of Headaches thanks to your splendid medicine''. MI'.S. Al.l'.X ANHKIt SHAW', 'lOe.a liov.c, for $2..'i0, trial sire ','.'�!. At all il".iieis or .sent on rccei|il of piic", po-aiciid, by Kruit-a-tireJ I.iiuileJ, I >lH:;\n. � 11 e 11 ill II I'll he ind ad (�111 i! Il'e I lie Hull llOUUli lll"v !'l Un . Hi" 11 ions un in people ol l "'O^nizi if Hie pas' aux :i'oin am lieioii^' belo\ e for ih, 1 Ii am r Kr tile elli'lll re,,],f-oied ill neiliu?. otiutry, are. world over ,1 ait Hid lief mm wed'linc. I i, conn Valor I lu- ll c in and ippine: di iv ilreci Tod .-ym ann.' �a ii ill - v .:�' bi' :'aii:iii; I'm ai li ro'.v !u w a ives Of lirini-'-a^ain inak.e- 1".: Mind ' 1: i "1 lo illocll- A it out. J'-al'Ci-.y i.'.vay forever �fililie 1" 'aiM-lc He.', tory. This i' tea by (;,- ,,x'e \ I li'ha: t and 1 ',>;. Holier: V:j;no';a. y al tb" Starlanil liK-ntre. Pan I'redei'h U� i - s'.ii'rini; in lid lai-P.ir.iiiio'iiii picMii''. "Madame iiisv. ' which n ;� -; written by 1 iii' V iloba-i. iiuihor of "Kxpei'-a" ami is. HU" "'I .'\i.ci ieiice." all riii'ii.'iy aiiei'es'ini; allegorical otli'-r number- o;i the bill in-� the I re at -pat In-'. History of iri .r War.' and miad comedies. AT THE i m Off' EMPRESS at and most ''I a: Hie | itsaal price ol d ::i a al his o si.iv lli-rlii: I'riii.ti �iv,o al-!l. and lal.le,- at 111"!, end ami i Hosloa pruiiud" � ii 'haip to V.'l'.b : "it' i ��'.. Fourth Tliom.i oil wenl boll �op m lb" ,|, In, id ion "A .-' �had poir i, �man i ,n He W,,s a pop baiter lor him. Hi. Helaud :u ted : physician anion!; Hie other prisoner He and his companions were allowed to buy food from \\'t it first I'eal ilieim's late PAULINE FREDERICK IN 'Mme. JEALOUSY' ALSO "PATHE" WAR FILM" AND GOOD COMEDIES SEE IT TONIGHT and TOMORROW at the EMPRESS THE AI'(TI OX A iiidIlift' is offering rliier to ihe liii'h.'flt > tjda (ploudidt iromaacf. IIAIi'K lil'AA.; her (lime, liiildei'. (iOINt! is wellilie; i'ii juv' a li (|(')NTK! "Mother, hotly. Hint "A Soul for Siilo," is Dorothy I'liillips' til'i'illesl Masterpiece. !l is an original drama liv I'lvi'lyn t Jiiniilioll, apiii'nriu.i: in Stiajipy Stories under I he title, IV.ii-lei-," Her own niotliiT first s^Jd her lo i he highest liidder ; I lien ruined luie in Ihe eVi's of the only man lite gill cut loted. fihiuild he o'l'ii hy i-verv nioiher. fal!ier ami young gii-l in l/'lllliridge "A Soul for Null" drive* home n powerful nnii'iil lesson which will live in tht memory lung after llie pie hire is forgotten. and Tiot'.'.'s, and other stores in Rerlin lie Wiis allowed hooks. At the end of a \ear an offieiiil with word tha' be wa.- lo lie re) and sen' hack t,, lteli;inni Tbe ne.M day the> bad a area! feast to cele-i brute the event The doctor was al-, loived to i\o into lierlin un.ler escort to buy cloihe;. When he pot out be; was dazed with the suht of the free; world, lb' had to return wi'liln two' hours. Then for days lie wailed fo j the hour ot role.--,". It wa- postponed nKiiln and attain. At last an official :' came lo him '.villi word that the old": : had lie-n i omiieriuamled by higher j authoriHes. I I'or ;i year afler that Dr. Be-lam! ; never left the lirison walls, never even i went Into Hie yard. TIiIiik-s koi worse ! The )iermission lo buy food from mil side wa - 'hi- ... -I I'm' ihrei-1 months lie lived on the prison fare Word ciiine tnai u -, ,.ue was very | ill, ilyiiiK in iheir home in Itelniuni. ' He implored permission to visit her \ under any condilions . Tlie lew-jiory ! '.vlnjre she was lylni: was under (lev- | mail rule. There could be ni il I ISoslon: .^ie .i'.i � ' �;"''� i out io I'a.�',.. ri | on a short pas.- � i s !"':,,,, cn'ijit to.' . " to � olliciiil : eorer. :-a dli.-r ' ,,ii the pitch Wh: liiui . i ix hen,ui to :. i d to limes fori � il  to Ileal, Whii. i .. on Hie play .\Ii Inn i throw I" 'i'y'.er to:......! balls and then pi j to Kuril Whiii �ame I scored oi, I;itih* asi-ii i 1111 '" >';-hi ecu::" ert. Two runs: mi F'ftb ler lei bier and tossed him nice play .m ,\am � bis mail a' fir-: !! l'lv to I'liei.. r.n i ul hits. W,ie ll V iii and rl.l- I'h'W '"ii :io hits; no ,-'i uni, 1 h'W mi io ,... olid (.'iv-the I'te.l end- t'li'iiiipi Me-at tiiii d. 'i'\ '"i-wi nl to second � was sate nt fiI'-i. able him heliiK p t bree si i ililthl. . I lie -' irrilii' I..TI.1 -ill win made , i,,nt:'- t :,l Hll.'.ll! rll bll-.e .oi bavin;: can w ip for day in;: mi ll":.-ii i i a an ily -or y fi'iii un' il Tin no In it:d i I' : ii � 'uslly pillar 'here admi -i-rd: n .ir v >',ile,- -mi: bl" for The Lennox Torrid Zone Steel Furnace Insures Proper Ventilation State laws now require proper ventilation for public buildings, the citizen then cannot afford to neglect it in his home. An amoly large water pan provides an abundant supply of moisture to the heated air and fills the livinj rooms with a delightful and healthful atmosphere. Beside-;, air containing the proper amount of moisture keeps one warmer than o'ry air. A saving of 12 � per cent. In fuel may be affected in the total cost of heating if we can be kept comfortable at 65 degrees, this it, because so large a proportion of fuel is used to raise the temperature from 60 to 70 degrees. FOP. SALE AND INSTALLED BY THE HART HARDWARE Co. mi �I. over t.ini riK" Fein in lioroi history, ii i 'iitlipbe Stories, adapted ('lawson lenft! ll. liliaiiee � i: re.- d.iVs C,l i ee-ven o'eloel; : v. oive o'eloel e foiioe, ill.", i a Klatic: a "A Sou! tor .-a! Phillips: br,.!ui. ic itriciua! drama by U. appeaviiu: in under tin- title. Hi" ".lily lie crowds will he run iiili'iiciiiK to-i-iich mnrn- -118 THIRTEENTH STREET NORTH PHONE 1294 oven- \ Soul fo � : star. .lew'i ; Kvelyn Snapp> ilarter"; In the i na- si a by Kiiiot .1. Allen llolubar; i kiss. society .: i: ami Mcltim .-ri-il'i" three ba-'e colt flew to l'ie-1:- hit; no ci i "i  noing l'P"d ;i ily over i a came in and '�'.illifi-r bit lino a io Scoit to Me- hit; no error:'. 1 no". Thomas' drib-nil. Heal made a hopper and had iper rein a hirdi Cant OratiK. .1. U. 'Ville. Mi l".l' �rson. led ii D.S O., ai lion. TOMORROW, TUESDAY AT WADDINGTON'S AUCTION ROOMS AT TWO O'CLOCK AUCTION SALE OF no errors; no Chicago ond tiiii". ond, Uinh Holloi!;;::- Sixth Inning : Tyler v :. Iliol for llie s<'c-1'lack loiceil Tyler al see-to sbeaii. Shean threw out in first. I'lack i;oli)K to sec ond. Thomas ihrew .\liiim out at firs!. \