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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - September 10, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta 1TKS0AY. SKPTKMBER 10. 101S f HE LF.TiniMIDGK DAILY HRRAT.-r. PAGK FIVE St. Gobain Positions Now Threatened By the Allies War Summnry by the Associated vlly in I In- V*: > :';el within three .11)'i line- \ call lines, declared lliiil Uie dermaim half ii.iic.i of SI. tjuentln. .sear I Here considerably excited n( litidfiiK r'err, ; lio lie.ich are pushing toward j I ln'in.->el, es opposed hy negroes, of llie iK,rili (>!' ilie SI. Crohiiin bastion, de- j whom ihoy are mi id lo be afraid, 'ne f'. I I nil attacked after shouting "Kaine-further south, ileti. I'claln's I roups ' iad." villiin i own i a little d' SI. i! ', (if ill' more dialn, � Im.-i- IniV" aclvau. t> ! '' i linn a nr.'.e oi I !i one of i lei iiljjiii tioll. Encircle St. Gobain Positions. 'Die I'ii-ikIi made fail her progress tlorili of the iiiivi). The hi� elwny thus made in encircling tile St. liobain po-siticm-i constituted iIn- most important .eattire uf >e terday's np'-r itloiis. became the ijlilccllve in llilr section limine !'::/i;al>l> I the Herman base of J.nott. Ill" kevslone of tin' entire Hum-lltan oft'-n.-.i-.e ;-vstem. ilavlni; forced a pa.-.sfo- of the do-can ii. oppi site the I.a Ki re St. Qilenlln front, the I'rencli nave rapid ly developed the forward piuh. Adviiine, of well '.'ward five mile; beyond the " have le-e.-i ai noil!" point.. Five town, wire taken in this region. including Kr-signj-le-tirand. directly .loinh of St. Qiientin, I'v mile:, distant. To the iior'.'i. be-yilid t.lii' Somiu". Ktrevi'-lei-s ate] lioin-]>y were taken, while the l-"r � � n -i; iotc ei. in closing in (in I.a Fete, lapuircd tlie I ei.-c for;, and iininirlaiit wooded land within two miles ni I.a Fere. "11 the Franco-Ar.'ieri, .111 front, there v-a:, an improvement in the allied position in Uie UlenniM region. Turning Movement, 'Die Uriti-ili made headway in their intuitu' movement routs of llavriu lourl. where the left flank of the . 1 H-'titer'-Hl.-The. Ilritish have jCitrrii-l the tlou::e,'inconrl wood on the jhiidi n run ml northwoHt of (loiizeau 1 court, which lier. about ",[-!. miles north ( of lip"),-. Tliis is a vaiitime point of ! substantial importune" lo Field Mar I �lia I I la ii''s men. j Berlin Statement i Hell in. Sept. 10.--(Via London i. British troops continued their attacks jon the I'eronne-l'anibrai road, the Con Milan war office atiii(iiii;ced today \ ! formidable thrum liiiule by tin- Crilish |ii|.';iinst tioii/.eaiieourt and Kpcliy was repulsed. .cell till' Ai.Hlle :iml the Y the statement adds, lb repelled l'reiuli iidvaii"' ""ailive salt Table BOLSHEVIK! THE CANADIAN SALT CO LIMITED H f  URIAN SUGGESTS I[ VIEWS WITH THE ALLIES THREE Wra.liiriQtcn. Sept. I trcity signed in Brrle Bolsheviki controlb-d and Germany provide RuG.siana fight agnin:! in the north, German/ .Tiitce no attack auaiic,". Finland. Germany nntccG that the coat inu flcctr, of Russia now In Russian wn'c mole:;tud. In retiii n Ool nhe vi k i promise many (1,000,000,000 m. 1,00'I.OOO,000 is to be from the Ukraine. 2 Sjold and paper and '. in German marks or i) new t (/,cen territory hat if the the allien will ijuar-H ii .,:>:,) by is:r (juai-.ind!,lnd ' i:' not h? r t'.!:; tee Gcr-it which n r]r, odr. O.oOO in irr.incicr 111 '.]0ld. AT THK MAJESTIC (In 'Diiirsday evening this wee] . Sep', llilb, at i In- Majestic tii'-atre the muse lovers of Let hbrldne will be civeri one of the rarest treats thai we have, ever had in our oily, lor Moris I luiuhoiii'K tlie famous 'colli-i js cum-iiiK on Miat dat". The nnr" uiitifioii oi ' I i.i m lioiiri',' i;ivis. a s:aiu- ii :i-( Oil' '� i 1 ' llil i i "\' lis 111"-'- '  in !h -l-i i ho r who liaic )!;>r>� ; ,.\\\*\ of tin- world today nlm . t.;11) mai"-! 'to tin- mas: "r m i hc:u si!, ..... I,. Willi i lie |.;real est -.loses, ami fle-re \v;ll dniibtless be a l.ei lsrsr" a 'id s-io I o Mi'eel Ii iin a ml hi- a in- an i:-t- . Millie! Man!" IV Lard, ' Canadian soprano, and .Mad!'" Wi! llain.'-'oij. Canadian pianisi. Artcrtift picture, and It f,'h'(;n ." I r. Hart an opport unit v of doiiiitmt.ini; sensational reener. entirely dilfereitt from any iIi in,; in whtcii he has appeared before. Mr. Hurl himself, In a recent 11� Mi v to tile Arlerafl Service llejiarl- i iiient, New York, stiy?,: " lllue HlnxftH Rawder/ to my mind is even hotter than The Narrow Trail.' 'Die Silent. Man' or 'Wolves of the Hail' and, in my opinion, the host, think I have done." ii. AT STARLAjNTj Mr .1. "1 Wm. �nan river.-., mans sle c, E lean position-. Noni. dffomlin :; beiai; a-c aib attack ( :i the n nth of I'louze i-Illli-ed. In Flamlcr--. i,,:u; their pr �'. mo.- phei e it^::. nls admire ursion into any elitleator ()'' Wi ombrero ami v, f thrilling aih* �dins llaii i if. ' a nan :a n ,\ ois 11 I ion is thai -iuce  ml '� (�nvi111-i:itc in , oi in an; inirroiind  - wili welemne an in-territ in y. -o i he ^icat . stern i i|iis doffs i he ] ass t tii'oii|:li live reel-: ; at uf- ;;ai bed in Plan- l;el iinl 1'ilr- nail lutli- -r. ii at: I net id; oleil in tile dis- thi war mus| earili a terrible and an linmeas property before d hy tin' niili-enemy. indeed. ['..(' aftiriKion three covereil from 1 li cotilaltillif,' sixli tli'Mli are so '-. Sept bodii e si,;,!' �en lie badly tl :i ii ii of In- ident it is that of I' iliert K thrown clear of tile . and was found dead the. initio. d Mo 11 lo tin-- �ell 'fi'- l'wo of I that thin! u a .-drop .'!' of nil iii'i-iack. Ten." draiuatii inat" in I'll, pri f 11)- i1 i i heme t ii roiMli. brutali'.-.ed better sweet turn her affection tor her dca to a man she believes to lie his nr "Si friend, who. thriuiL'll pity and lisped, is forced in aid m the deception. Tlie rtruiifo- worliina. of a woman'-mind causes the bit; climax in tlii- :on : pri.-iliim- '� which has ; : � wa'seiiin:-; of a � man t o a sense of , thlnK.s throiiirh the appeal of a I liiudly, hii;i!breil woman who ' -on it- if this is at all possible." Cont inning the foreign minister f-aid: "We arc oppressed by the same cares, but v.e are noi dowiiliearteil Vou can convince yourselves here that we, just as in tl, rmany. Willi head erect and withoic letir or arroL-atice. are w.i|;iiiK a de'.en-ive war." CHOOSE JURY IN \ THE DEBS CASE! FIRST CALL WILL TAKE ,191 JEN Washington, Sept. M. I'rovoid-ilciicral Crowder anninnu eii today thai the first call lo Hie colors of who refili-dor Tlmrnday will in-nie:i in the 111 and _ will be over ;l,000,UOU men. I '(eVel.lllll, Oliio. -peed with which a and the arrest of s tin- courtroom for Sept. 1h-Tlie ; jury was chosen | veral persons in I applatidiip; the men elude � la -sc v.-iil npeiiinr; - Is: nient of Atiorney Stead-|  man, of the defense, were feaiures of i , the (i|iciii|i.-; Hession of lie- i rial of ! I IhiKcne Deli i yeslerdny on five countn! i of an indictment clia r:-:ittK liolation of; ! the Jlspiotiaf;" Act. The offenders ] were apparently carried off their fee] by tlie cliinatii: eloiinciiie uf Stead-man's brief opening, which, in all, oo.-ciipied only liil minutes. Tin- ease may be in the hands of the jury in a week or ten days, as two days, it is believed, will be sufficient tor the present lionr-iiiK of the evidence of tile twelve government wituefKOs. A NEW SASKATCHEWAN JUDGE. Ottawa. Sept. in.-Joseph II. I'ar-Ker. master-in chambers, ite^ina. has been appointed district court jnrlKii lor Vorhton, Sask. COLIN HARBOTTLE WOUNDED. Toronto, Sept. IP.-Mrs. II. H. (lour-lie. of this city, ha;: received a enble-�?ram tiuit her brother, l/leut.-riol. Colin ('. Ilarbotjle, formerly of Toronto, had been wounded In both logs and was on Ills way to Highly. Constipation is the arch-enemy of health. Conquer this enemy and you rout a whole army of physical ft."js, incUidin�indifrestion,hiliousness, f.ick; hendach.;, .sleeplessness and nervour, dj'spep-sia. Beech a.mi's Pills have been a world-favorite, laxative for over sixty years. They fro straight to the cause of many ills and remove it. They act promptly, pleasantly and surely. Contain no h:ibit--forrni'::; drug. These time-tested pills strengthen the stomach, stimulate the liver and WorJfi a Guinea a Sox r*r*p�t'*[l ^nly fcy Thoinaa Hepfham, Si. f!clnn&, t-oacjtt'uirc. Eaglaad. Sold every wUoro in Canada and U. S. America, !u boaos, r�ot�. night only Next Thursday, Sept. 12 Wallace Giaham Presents the Famous Russian 'Cellist BORIS HAMB0URG IN A CONCERT RCCITAL Assisted by MABEL MANLEY PICKARD (Soprano) and MADGE WILLIAMSON (Pianist) Prices, $1.50, $1.00, .75 Seats on Sale Wednesday a.m. at Box Office wm '^lAM IN HIS POVVtR NtlLA.TOU MUST HCLP ME" (*.JCewejROM^A-SOUL fO� SALE ") BIG FEATURE AT TH E EMPRESS TONIGHT ARPHEUM Charles Chaplin \# TONIGHT If J"" * m. tla AND OTHER ATTRACTIONS LAST TIME MAJESTIC ONE WEEK COMMENCING NEXT MONDAY THEATRE SPECIAL EMPRESS TONIGHT Your Last Chance Dorothy Phillips in "A Soul for Sale" A slx-ri't'.l dramulit.' Rtory of woman's vanity anil man's fiaHsUmB. I'onitlviily no  raise In lirler-.: for tlilH attraction oxtraonliiuiry. TOMORROW-MME. PETROVA In "MORE TRUTH THAN POETRY" *~ This part /<7^^0PaVflBMMjMgMFr of a letter received C^^r ^-*2*w*rr from Ptc j R Smith of the "Princess Pats" by a friend in Ottawa, illustrates rhc soldiers" need of ZaM-Buk at the front. To them it is a necessity. Large quantities of Zam-Buk are bought for the army and the Canadian Y.M.C.A. keep their canteens in France supplied, but to make sure your soldier friend is not having to go without, send liim a few boxes of Zam-Buk in your next parcel. Zam - Buk is just what he needs for cuts, barbed wire scratches, burns, blisters, sore feet and gas sores. All dealers or Zam-Buk Co.,Toronto, 50c box, 3 for $1.25. �m BuK WE are in Business for Your Health YOI"VK " ofti'ii licni-cl it said 'T'.n not in Inisilii'sM for my heul'li." nn-atiiiiK Drat sunii' profit must li� Iiml for work or servii-'- perfarmoil. Our linsliiexs or prof'-ssiou of cloutistry i;< no ilifforf-nt Imi all ivi- ask is "a fair profit" for our linn- anil .-kill. Truly, howr-vi-r. arc we in business lor your bi-alili, be-i-aiise we rorreci your bail. ilet�'i'livi' teeth which arc productive of a vast amount of ill health and disease. A Utile money Mient on y