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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - September 9, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 9, 1918 THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY PAGE FIVE GLORIOUS CHAPTERS TO HISTORY (By J. F. B. Ijlveaay, Qftnaainn Press Correspondent). Witli (lie Canadian Forces, 3ept. 8. -U Ib ti month ago today aluco the CaiiadiiUi corps went Into action before AnileiiH. In that battle and In the more recent battle o� Arras, It has added two important cliaplers to the history of the world and to the deeds that rebound to the honor of Canada. In that brlef.,span its captures of guns have been, one-seventh of the total giina captured by all the allied nations this year. It Is possible now to lift the veil a little and give a con- Far more effective than SticKy Fly CatchcrB. Clean to handle. Sold by DrugRista and Grocers cvcrjn.vhcre. Hffl TONIGHT TOMORROW in '#OPii' Cliarles Cheplln in 'Work ALSO A FOX SPECIAL "TWO LITTLE IMPS" This Is a Good One MAJESTIC ONE NiqHT ONLY Next Thurs., Sept. 12th Wallace Graham Presents the Famous Russian 'Cellist nected account of these operations. During tho period from July 1 to .Inly 10, the Canadian corps was coin-centrated in the Moiichy-Breton-Llg-goreullle - Cauroy - Dleval- Auchel -Chateau de la Hale area and -was hold Ju reserve. For the previous two months they had been constantly practicing open warfare. On July 10, the corps wa� relieved from the reserve and relieved a corps in the Una from Telegraph Hill south. This line was held by three dlvlslonE, and our second division, which had been attached up lo that time to another corps, thus losing the 'benefit of the period of training, was taken out and put into reserve to go through the same course, The geneifal plan adopted during tills period of holding the line was to foster In the fcitnd of the enemy the idea of a pending attack in order to retain, or draw bin reserves from this area aniout.-Coi. Magee and ,L)ieut. Usher, had wt succeeded in obtaining, his-^Cleir?;-~n "jail. Fenway Park, lio.sl.jn, Miis.h., Sept. n.-Victory perched on ilui hanncr of the Boston Red Sox liiis afternoon, when they vanquishcil iln- ("liicago National league chain pious Ijy a score of 3 to 2. Over 20,00(1 iifrsfjiis nnw the highly exciting game, in which "Babe" lluth's bat figured Un- iln: first time in the seriOH. First Inning Chicago: The crowd guvi' Flack il g'jod cheer when he singled sharjily to right after the oom.i wa.s t,wi> biSIl.s and one strike. Holloclior lined to Scott and Flack dariiql buck lo fir.it base safely. Agnew picked I'lack off first base with a ligliining throw to Mcfnnes. Mann fouUil out to ,\Ic-Innes. No runs; one )nt; no error.s. Boston: The home folUa gave Harry Hooper a. big hand wtn-n he came to bat. With tho count two and three. Hooper drove a high fly lo I'Mack. sTiean drove a long hii aKaiust the left field fence for two liases. .Stnink waited til^thc count w.-is tliroc and t>vo and then fannetl on m low ;i. Virk beat out an infield hit, which Thonuis could not field in time. De:il .'iiiiKled .�sharply past Thon>aB, Pick going to second. Aguew almost ludioil Deal off first. Klllifer forced J'ick at third, Scott to Thomas. No runs; two hits; no errors. Boston: Wclnnos sciii up a fly to HoUocher. A storm of apiilause greeted lluth as he came it) bat and the Chicago outfield complimented him by backing up against the fences. Pick made a pretty one-hand stoj) of Ruth's grounder and got hi.'-' ;;iaii at fir.st. Deal threw out S,CQlt. No runs; no hits; no errors. Third Inning Chicago: George Tyler, who formerly pitched for Boston Braves, was given a good reception wiien he came to the plate. Tyler .w;iiked. Ruth's sweeping curves brol^0 O'CLOCK AUCTION SALE FURNITURE Including: Handsome' brass bed, complete with coll springs and felt mattress; set oak dining chairs; oak dresser with oval mirror) luaple dresser with oval mirror; massive Davenport lounge; THPEE �PIECE MAHOGANY PARLOR SUITE; carpet squares; institution bed and springs; upholstered easy chair; oak secretaire; occasional tables; eight kitchen chairs; brass trimmed beds, complete; massive lounge; SINGER SEWING MACHINE; Os|ennoor mattress; Circassian walnut washstand; large oak sideboard; extension dining table; "Regina" G-hole range in Al order; kKche^ / tables; bed spreads, blankets, curtains; kitchen sundries, etc. TERMS CASH AUCTIONEER'S PHONES 770-4�9 "WADDINGTON SELLS WITHOUT RESERVE" 44 ;