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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - September 9, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta NOnOHEIMER PIANOS BDISON PHONOGRAPHS'' ASSiNIBOIA MUSIC CO.. LTD. "Everythlna Musical" SIS 6th Street South / Phone 1545 LETHBRTOGE GEORGE MORGAN , HOUSE DECORATOR 964 11th Street 8. Ifhbne 1483 Prompt and Reliable Work Done kt Reaiion* able Price*. 1 Experimental Farm Lamb, Beef, Pork, Mutton. All fresh for this week. DELANY'S Meat Co. osite Dallas Hotel Phone 452 Canada Food Board License Number 9-2664 REPRINT BOOKS We have now in stacic a magnificent line of books by such well known writers as Rex Beacli. Harold Beil Wright. Mary Roberts Rine-hart, B. M. Bower, Zane Grey. Robert W. Chambers, Gene Stratton Porter, Jack London and many others. Selling at 85c each THE KENNY & ALLIN CO., Ltd. L Store NEXT DALLAS HOTE PHONE 14t7 To The People of Lethbridge and Surrounding District .w e ARE MORE THAN EVER DETERMINED to cut down the high cost of living, and we intend always to put our goods for sale at Rock Bottom Prices. To the City Peooli. we say. if at all possible carry your Groceries or better still, our street cars will carry you and your parcels to any part of the City for,the paltry sum of Five Cents. ' To our Farm and Ranch Friends, we say, make that Automobile of yours help to pay for Itself by coming to Lethbridge and trading with The Good Co., where you won't have to pay for the up keep of an expenalve Delivery Service. Our Good! are always freah and we' carry the l.iraest stbc^' in Southern Alberta. Qet our Cat-aloQue, then give ua a trial and you will be another satisfied customer added'to pur Jong list. We would 'advise you not'to wait too long for your Peaehaii, aa we are informed they will be finished in about a week or ten day*. THE GOOD CO. LIMITED High-Class Cash Grocers CANADA FOOD BOARD LICENCE NUMBER 8-S99 PhoOe 525 THE WEATHER High...................... Low ......^.....\......... Forecast-Cool weather. 51 35 Battle on Western Front Now Enters a New Stage London. Sept. 9.-The battle on the Uestera front is entering a new phase. The eaemj- is s.t last making a serious stand" just short of the series of jiositions commonly called the Hin-denbiirg line, positions wliicli, how-, ever, have been bitten into by the French from Sensee to Mouevres and touched by the French in the St. Gti-bain region at Servais and Bassol-En-Aulers. The Germans are doubling their rear guards and seeking by counter attacks to sloiv up. it they cannot stop outright, the encroaching tide of the allies. Their efforts have besn in vain, notwithstanding the new measures adopted, in checking the advance of the French and the British; for both pushed forward yesterday in the direction of St. Quentin. The French made such progress across the Crozat camai. tiat the enemy no longer can Jiope to defend it, =Gen. Humbert's centre is at the gates of La Fere and Gen. Mangin's left is beginning to creep around the St. Gbbain forest by the west, while his right beat oft the enemy's attacks by which the Germans sought to cling to their front. .Alcre of such attacks are probable, but Gen. .Mangin win know how to deal with them. They are local affairs and a more ser-Jp.^ort is not likely to be made. Roisel Under .^ire. �With the British Armies in France, Sept. 9.-(AssociafedV Press.) - In PRIVATE SALE OF HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE Apply Between 9 and 12 a.m., or 7 to 8 p.m. Dining room suite, (fumed oak) consisting of round extension table, buffet and 4 leather oeated chairs; 1 golden oak chair, leather seated; golden oSk dressing table; asminster ruE. 9x12 (monitone greens); 1 wall bed with coil springs and Dixie mattress; 1 card table; 1 small kitchen table; carpet sweeper; Drop .head sewing machine; 1 Dorothy mission piano. The above furniture is practically neM-. Apply at Room 10, HuU Block Hay & Feed F. 0. HYDE & CO. Cor. 2nd Ave. and 12th St. A. PHONE 1244 tETHSRIDGE CANADA FOOD BOARD LICENSE NUMBER 3-802 M AR LOW'S EAT ARKET Phone 796 1110 Sixth Avenue S. CANADA FOOD BOARD LICENSE NUMBER 9-6330 Kiatiders. the British have gaii/ed another loOO yards to the west of Wyt-schaete and from reliable sources it is learned that the Germans have removed virtually a}l their artillery to the east of the River Lys. to cover the lines they took prior to their offensive. West of Lys. the Germans had left only old or captured guns, which they had planned to destroy or abandon when the time came. British forces have advanced to the east of Roisel. about seven miles east of Peronne, and Roisel is now under a heavy fire from the German long range guns. The enemy is reported to be leaving Heudecourt. southwest of Gonzesu-court. iu response to'continuous pressure. The crowded enemy trenches east of Anas are being heavily gassed. Fires continue to burn at some placef and wittin the last' few hours fires have been observed in Douai. Further indications f the growing discontent in Icertain sections of the German army have been received. Berlin Statement Berlin. Sept. 9.-(Via London). - Entente allied attacks north of Armen-tieres. in Flanders, yesterday were repulsed by the Germans, who took prisoners, says the official statement issued today by the German general staff. Between the Ailette and Aisne rivers, the statement adds, the French w-ere repulsed along the whole front with sanguinary losses. W,orking For Respite London.-Gen. Ludendorff is work-1 ing for the respite which he must have; if he is to sort out his disorganized divisions and try and whip up some sort of-a strategic reserve. This respite he hopes his shortened line, requiring less men in the line, will give him. Mar.'shal Poch is likely to be aware, however, where the enemy is sufficiently weakenea and demorai-j ized to be .smashed in at some pan of the present battlefroiit. or whether a stroke elsewhere would be advisable, thus giving the armies that have fought so Indefatigably for the last two months a rest. Are In Roisel (Canadian Press Despatch from Reiiter's). British Headquarters. Sept. P. - Southward we have reached a line east of the villages of Trefcou. FoeuU-l.v, Fleichin.and .Bernes. We are in Roisel. From thence the line runs along Roisel-Villers-Faucon railway. We occupied Faucon also Saulcourt and Guiencourt, Farther north we carried the spur southeast of Heudecourt .uid gained useful ground north of the village. T(V'e are In Dessart wood, between Fins and Gouzeaucourt. The Germans are reported to be trailing out o� Heude-cburt, near which we captured a spoil heap, which figured prominently in the battle of Cambrai in November last. Prisoners and machine guns have been taken. - East of Wulverghem, an enemy storming party gained our trenches, but was driven back with considerable losses. Fires have geen observed in Douai during the day. ' Among the prisoner.s taken are eight men recently released from Uu.siiia. A CAptured order sicned "Schullhlelm" MARKETS Oats- Oct. ... Nov. ... Flax- Oct. ... Nov. ... Dec. ... Winnipeg Market Open Close S3 S2 soy ......... 390 395 ......... 3S0 ;;S4Vi ......... 371 371 "i Cash Prices Oats-No. 2 C. W..................... S6Vs Extra No. 1 Feed ............. S2',s �No. 2 Feed ................... 76 Barley-No. 3 C, W, 107 No. 4 C. V.-. 104 Fla.v- No. 1 N. W. C.................410 New Yorl Jackson A Co. Telephones ,555 and 1232 *berlo�.k Bultdlns CITY AND DISTRICT Taber Man Wounded R. A. Kidner, Taber, is in the night casualty lists as wounded. Auditor Fuel Administration Civid KeiT^ auditor of the Dominion fuel ailminlstratlon. is paving his official visit to the city. ; -Attention Golfers A shipment of Impoited Golf Clubs whiqh should have reached us some months ago, has just come to hand and owing to the^lateness of the season we have decided to offer a special discount of 20%' on pur full stock of clubs. As our regular prices were cpn-siderably lower than either Winnipeg or Calgary this genuine snap should appeal to you, ^0% Discount on Golf Balls. Consumersv Hardware and Supply Company A. O. F. Meeting Cfliurt Unity, A.O.F. will hold their regular monthly meeting in St. JlarJ' hall tomorrow (Tuesday) evening at S o'clock. Sale is Tues. Sept. 10 Geo. Porter, auctioneoi-, states Uiat the Butterwick sale is to be held on Tuesday. Sept. 10. The date on the bills was stated as Tuesday, Sept. 11. Loyal Order of Moose Lethbridge Lodge No. 792, will meet on Tuesday night, Sept. 10. at S p.m., 1 at the Sloose hall, Higinbotham Block. Members kindly note. Visiting brotli^ ers welcome. UNITY IN .SCHOOL BOOKS. i Toronto, Sept.'S.-Hon. A. E. A,r�en-� ault, premier and attorney general off Prince Edward Island is in the city t consulting with the Ontario Educa- j tional department as the result of a ! conference of maritime premiers re- j cently held at Halifax. Premier Ar-1 senault is anxious to affect unity in 1 the use of school books. ( Work of Salvation Army Honey to carry on the work of the Salvation Army at home and at the front is urgently needed. A" campaign for this purpose is proponed. All interested are requested to attend a meeting at Board of Trade rooms 2.30 p.m. Wednesday, . ANNOUNCEMENT The Daughters and ,>Iaids of England will hold a whist drive and dance on Wednesday evening, September 11, in the S.O.E. hall, commencing at 8.15 p.m. Mr. Needs v.'ill play. Admission 50c, and war tax. 228-2 HAY lor SALE We are quoting very attractive prices delivered at your station for carloia lots of TIMOTHV, TIMOTHV AND CLOVER, ALPALFA,. PRAIRIE HAY, ETC, Get our prices for prompt or future delivery. Kenneth R. Simpson Co. Lethbridge, Altia., or t Calgary, Alta. 2170 BARBERS Westbrook Bros, Opposite Bank of Montreal DON'T WAIT UNTIL 30 Beiow Zero TO HAVE YOUR FURS OVER-....... H.4ULED liave them done before the rush. D, THE TAILOR 410 Fifth Street, Lethbridge TELEPHONE 1666 directs that no dugouts with more than eight steps can be Used. These deep shelters were one of t^e great features of the Hindenburg line. This morning we made satisfactory progress between Gouzeaucourt and Peizier, Advance on Cambrai Progresses With the British Armies in France. - (Associated Pres.s).-The ^advance on the St. Quentin front progressed in .spite of tile prevalence of heavy rain over ground deep in mud. A fresh German division haa arrived in this sector and the enemy resistance, as the vearwanl niovenient goes on, seems likely to be stiffened somewhat before the Hindenburg line'is finally reached. Heavy artillery duels wore reported today at many places along the line. The thrust launched by the British just to the north of the Arras-Cambrai road seems to have some progress,.according to reports before 11 o'clock. Further south, the British were in the outskirts of Gouzeaucourt, with the line being steadily drawn around Poiziereaji and Epohy, The enemy machine gunners have been ottoiins strong resistance in this region. Try a small package 6f "PANACEA," the Great Egg Producer with your chickens, and note the result.^. 35c and 85c 11. HigiibtlhB & Co � Limited " � Jcu>� 'Al^ierta'e Pleiwar OrnoffsM' WhelMale Kr.4 RaUIl Chemist* Phones'151S and 322 For, Red Cross The hon. treas. Red Cross .^V'iety acknowledges witli thanks the following donations: Foremost Red Cross Society, per JIrs: Nora Carrington. Uon. sec, .$65.00; Suualta Red Cross society, per' Mrs. A. R. Pittingsteed, hon. sec, 545.00. Death of Infant The death took place in the city i^esterday, September 8. of Alexander Levering Neve, aged three months. The funeral will take place tomorrow .afternoon at 2.30 and intermei^t will be made in the public cemetery. T. S. Fetterly is in charge of the funeral arrangements. CASGRAIN KILLED _ BY AN ASSASSIN That is Story Now Revealed - Mistook Him For Another Polltician Quebec, Que.', Sept. 9.-^A long account in Le France Parteur, printed Saturday, a story Reporting the rumor lliat Hon. Ti Chase Casgrain, who died suddenly some months ago, was killed by a revolver shot in the breast. The paper says the news of his tragic death originally comes from a Dominican father, who was preaching in _Matone County and related, In the home of some relatives, a family named Roy, how Mr. Casgrain died of hemorrhage caused by a"'bullet entering his lungs. The Hon. Mr. Casgrain, according to the 'story of the paper, was not the man wanted by.the assassin, but he was mis-ta|(en for another high standing politician. TO GIVE FIGURES Quebec. Sept.' 9.-In the practice court today .Justice Doiran decided that the courts could npt force Col-Machin, of Ottawa, to give figures on the number of draftees enlisted under (he Military Service Act, since that information is of vitalimportance to the state. phone 1559 For Your Next Slgir Order  and Try the Western Sign Co. 414 Fourth Ave. 8. ,.*i>�-United Church Anniversary Xgxt Sunday the anniversary services of the United church will be held. The preacher for the day is Rev. Thos, Powell, of Calgary, Supt. of -Missions for Southern Alberta. Special music will be given, and the decoration of the church with the pro-produce of field and garden is in the care of the Young People's Class. On Monday evening Mr. Powell will do-liver his popular lecture "People have met" in the United church hall. A number of musical items and read ings will also be given. HELD UP GAME, KILLED A PLAYER Lethbridge a Bee Centre Calgary Herald-Lethbridge as the centre of a bee-cultivating area is pro dieted by visitors to that part of the south country this year. Surrounded by alfalfa crops, from which the best honey of the purest and clearest variety is made, the prospects for the development of that branch of cultivation is only at its birth. . One farmer about thirty miles from the city has this year over one ton of the sweet product from 80 hives of bees. The western market for this has not as yet been properly developed and an extensive field awaits the beekeeper. OFFICERS OF Haihilton. Ont., Sept. 6.-The election of officers io serve during Uie next two years was one- of the features of the convention of the federated asso'.'iation pf letter carriers today. Pierre Jlenard, Montreal., was elected president; W. A. McDonald, Hamilton, vice-president; Alex.' McMordie, Toronto, secretary-treasurer. Provincial vice-presidents were appointed as follows: D. J. T. Chateauvert, Quebec City, for Quebef; Ji. R. Reed, Peterboro, for Ontario;- Thomas Kellero, St. John, for Neift- BrimBwick; J. F. Day, Halifax, tor Nova S."otla; W. C. Osborne, Winnipeg, (or Manitoba; W. T. P.. GuUen,! Vancouver, for British Columbia; A. D. Campbell, Edmonton, for Alberta; \. R. Webb, Moose Jaw, for Saskatchewan. Former Circus Performer. ( Sweet Grass Advocate: There visited Sweet Grass this week, Thoina� Steele, now living .a retired life as a school teacher at Xew Dayton, Alberta. In his balmy days Mr. Steele was a circus performer for the E. O. Rogers Show Co., giving a balloon ascension each day. Mr. Steele, alias G. W. Lloyd, has given upwards of 400 ascensions. His balloon (iareer (long before the introduction of the modern air planes) was attended with numerous thrilling balloon escapes. He tells of once landing in the reservoir at Albany, N.Y.; at another time in the Chattanoogo river, and many other Incidents of his life as a balloonist. At the age of sixty he is still hale and hearty. He'think.^ Sweet Grass is a decidedly live town. Vancouver. B.C., Sept. 8.-Masked and dressed in n movie desperado cos-time, a bandit entered a private home at J.304 Jervis street, tvhere seven men were either playing cards or watching the game, about midnight last night. In the melee which followed a brusque command, to handover .valuables. Thomas. J. Roberts, a pioneer hotelpiah of Vanfcouver, was shot dead, and Harry Eames, a logger, was seriously wounded. The bandit, after lining the re-j maiaring players up-against the wall, backed out of the house to a waiting taxi, and -made his escape. The murderer has not yet been apprehended. /-----X there are nq finer meats than we sell We buy choice stock "and understand killing and handling. Everything we killwl. sell Is fresh R. Coultry Phone 492 The Alberta Meat Market Canada Food Board LIcensa Kumbor 8-2S6D3, i 9 � O � � � � � 4r � � � 4 UNLIMITED RECRUITING FOR SIBERIAN FORCE Victoria, Sept. S.-Officers of Military District No. 11 were informed by telegram Saturday that the limit of company.-^or the Canadian / expeditionary forces imposetj, at Ottawa had been withdrawn and unlimited recruiting will be encouraged until further notice. c. .> :. .> i. 4> o V ? > � * The Doll House ^Our Fall Stock ofHolls Is cow open for your Infi^pectlon, Bet-' ter Dolls and lower prices than ever. Robertson's Book 3tQre Lethbridge Hotel Block Phone 1286 ANNOUNCEMENT Recruiting for Siberian Draft R. N. W. M. Police, has stopped, but shoeing smiths are still required, 228-2 Banff f01- Meal Holiday SEPTEMBER . FURNISHED COTTAGES AT HALF RATES The Ideal month of the eeason In tiie Mountain Reaort Hotel Rates $3.00 per day and upwards. For full particulars write Secretary, Board of Trade, Banff. x CANADIAN OOLF CLUB TOURNAMENT SEPTEMBER 14 219-14 A Mighty Good Loaf QUAKER BREAP QUAKER BREAD IS VERY LITTLE DARKER WITH THE SUBSTITUTES. SKILLFUL BLENDING OF THE FLOUR AND SUBSTITUTES AND CAREFUL ATTENTION WHILE THE DOUGH IS RISING COM-9INED WITH PROPER BAKING HELPS THE COLOR WONDERFULLY. DOUGHS WITH SUBSTITUTES IN THEM REQUIRE TO BE KEPT COOLER AND WORKED OFF QUICKER AND WHAT IS MOST IMPORTANT OF ALL THEY REQUIRE VERY THOROUGH BAKING. YOU SHOULD BE USING QUAKES BREAD. MADAM.* We Are All Correspondents Now! We wite our friends at the front and elsewhere, and get through pads quickly. You should see our stock of these convenient blocki of paper tho first time you find yourself out. "We have a number of' special lines well v.'orth attention. Paper does not go wrong readily. Provide against the rapid advance in paper costs, -BUY NOW- The Twentieth Century Bookstore 514 FOURTH AVENUE ' PHONE 611 FOR READING AND WRITING MATERIAL "Reading maketh a full man; ... Writing, an exact man." John Gilmore, Limited, Bafels CANADA FOOD BOARD LICENSE flUMBEfl 5-S79 stenographErT^^^ To Call and See the Byro'n Typewrltar Cabinet Something uew^Carbonfolder Iti ffout of operator. A place for - everything- Letter heads, envelopes, bill heads, car-ibon, second sheets, etc. We supply everything for the office. EVERALL and FRANKS Office Outfitters Sinnot Block Cor. 4th Ave. A ^th^t. �* ;