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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - September 10, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 10, 1918 THE LETMBBIDGE DAILY HERAr.^> PAGE FIVE St. (jobairi Positions Now threatened By the Allies War Summary by the Associated Press. Fast proEress was iiittflo by the li'rench yoBterilay in cJosliig in upon St. Quontlii and La fore alont; the Boulhern section of tha Hlndonburg lino. Tlioy are wltliin two miles of lin V3va and within throe and onc-Juilt luilos of St Quontin. Near J^a Fere, lUo I'rench are pushing toward the nortli of the St. Gobiiln buation, de-J'ontllng baou. They have made a t'ou-slderablo Intpre-sslon on tills slront; position by direct presmiro in the Sor-vals Hector, soutli ot I-.a li'ere. Tho Servals station was captured yostarday and. by taking Britiuettny, furtlier south, Gen, I'etain's troops have iulvancBd to wltliin a little more llian a niDo of tlio town of St. Gobain, one 01' tho hlgiiost points ot the bastion. Encircle St. Gobain Positions. Tho French- made furllior progress nonfh ot the town,' The hc:idwny thus made in onclroting tho St. Gobain positions' constituted the most important feature; of yesterday's operations, beciiiise the objective in thlH aection unqiie-sllonably is tho tierinan base of }.aon. the Icoystone of the entire German offensive system. IJavlns forced a paesugo ot the Cro-zat canal, oppo.?ltc the La ITere-St. Quentin front, tho i'rench have rapidly developed tho forward piisli. Advances of well toward five miles beyond the canal have been made at some points. FIvo town.s wore taken in this region, including Essigny-le-Grnnd, directly south of St. Quentin, 'i% miles distant. To the north, beyond the Sorame, Etrevillers and Horn-py were taken, while the French forces, in cloxlng in on La Fere, captured the Lelse fort, and important wooded land within two miles of La Fere, ' On tho Fr.inco-American front, , there was an improvement in tho allied position In the Glennes region. Turning Movement. The British made headway in their turning movement south ot Havrin-court, whore the loft flank ot the German positions, behind the Canal Du Nord, defending Cambrai on the west, is being assailed. A German counterattack on the new Brltisli posltion.s north of Gouzeaucourt was completely repulsed. in Flanders, the Britlsli are continuing their presauro in the direction of Armentiores and last night they made advances north and west of that town. Northeast of Neuve Cha-poUe, they also moved forward. Negroes Want Revenge. With tho American Array in France. Sept. 30.-The enemy heavily shelled lowns in the Woouvre sector behind our lines thin niorning. One of his patrols attacked the American outposts, but was easily driven off. There was considerable patrol acti- vity in the Voagea district last night. One encounter took \)\%ce., the enemy retiring with one wounded man. Colored troops have occupied one Vosges village, in' which French civilians were being held prisoner; The French-nion, on coming through to the American lines, declared that the Gennana were considerably excited at finding themselves opposed by negroes, of whom thoy are said to be afraid, bo-cauao of reports that the American colored troops cut off the ears of their prisoners. The negro soldiers? in this sector rooonlly had an example of German treachoryj v/hen a German patrol attacked after shouting "Kame-rad." They are now determined to have tlieir revenge. Take Vantage Point British Headquarters In France, Sopl. !).-(.neuter's).-The British have curried tho Gouzeaucourt wood on tho higli ground northwest ot Gouzeaucourt, which lies about V/li miles north of Bpehy. This Is a vantage point of substantial importance to Field Marshal Haig's men. Berlin Statement Berlin, Sept. 10.-(Via London). - British trfiops continued their attacks on the Poronne-Cambral road, the German war office announced today. A formidable thrust made by the British against Gouzeaucourt and Epehy was repulsed. Between the Alsno and the Voslc rivers, the statement adds, the Germans repelled Preneh advances. ^ PLAYERS ME, eOT RESOl Fenway Park, Boston, Mass,, Sept. 10.-After a two-hour strike by the Boston Red Sox and the Chicago Cubs lor a re-adjustment of the players' share of tho world series receipts, that met a flat refusal by the national commission, the players of the two contending teams agreed that they -would contest the remaining games, If it was pubUcly announced that they were playing, "for tlie sake ot the public, the good,name of baseball and the soldiers and sailors present." The decision to play was not made �until three o'clock. With the mem-bers of the national commisslou In the clubhouse, Harry ^Hooper, the Red Sox fielder, who beaded the committee representing the players, said: "We wlll'play the game for the sake of basebaU; We know that we have not beett given a square deal." ANCHOR-DONALDSON LINE POPULAR SERVICE Canada to Glasgow For full information apply to Agents or Company's Office, 270 Main St., Winnipea. Last Times Tonight PAULINE FREDERICK "MADAME JEALOUSY" Wednestiay-Thursday ^ ARTCRAFT PICTURES PRESENT WM. S. HART IN His LATEST SUCCESS " BLUE BLAZES RAWDEN" ALSO Two-Reel Keystone / Comedy WE SHOW THE PIC � TURES YOU SEE AD. m WILL RELIEVE CONGESTION Minneapolis, Minn., Sept. 10.- Temporary embargo on the shipment of all grain to Minneapolis and St. Paul was ordered today by A. W. Trenholm, federal manager of the Twin City Railway Terminals, effective at midnight tonight. Unusually heavy grain receipts in the past week and the inability of elevators and mills to get men to shovel grain from cars is the cause, according to A. K. Kennedy, federal grain director for this diotrlct. FIRSI CALL WILL TAKEM JEN Washington, Sept. .10. - Provost-General Orpwdet" announced today that the first call to the colors ot men who register Thursday will include men In the 19 and 20 year old classes and in the classes from 32 to 3tl years inclusive. Questionaires will go first to, registrants within these specified age limits and local hoards will be ordered to classify them first In readiness for calls beginning October 1. Young men in the lit and 20 year classes. Gen. Crowder said, will be accepted for induction Into 'the, army training corps, but he pointed out that the authorized strength. of this corps is only 150,000 men, whereas the total number of registrants below 20 will be over 3,000,000 men. salt dsor alt ,THE CANADIAN SALT CO, LIMATED ilAN SOGGESTS mNGE VIEWS WITH THE ALLIES Amsterdam, Sept. 10.-An exchange of views bel:v.-een tho Central powers and the entente was tentatively suggested by Baron Burian, the .\ustro-Hungarian foreign minister, in an address to visiting German newspapermen, according to a dispatch from Vienna today. Baron Burian is quoted in the dispatch as saying. "i am certain that (his war must cost this tormented earth a terrible amount of bloodshed and an immeasurable destruction of property before the end cau be reached by the military overthrow ot the enemy, indeed, it this is" at ail possible." Continuing the foreign minister .said: "Wo arc oppressed by tlie same cares, but we are not downhearted. You can convince yourselves here that we, just as in Germany, with head erect and without fear or arrogance, are waging a defensive war." 0 FOR OW^ EiS Washington, Sept. 10.-A new treaty signed in Berlin between Bolshevikl controlled territory and Germany provides that if the Russians fight against the allies in tlic north, Germany will guarantee no attack against Russia by Finland. Germany further guarantees that the coasting and fishing fleets of Russia and Finland now In Russian waters will not be molested. In return for this the Bolshevikl promise to pay Germany 6,000,000,000 marks, of which 1,000,000,000 is to be paid in goods from the Ukraine, 2,�OO.OCO,000 in gold and paper and the remainder In German marks or Russian gold. REE BOO OOSE JURY IN THE Cleveland, Ohio, Sept. 10,-The speed with which a jury was chosen and the arrest of several persons in the courtroom for applauding the opening statement of .-Vttorney Stead-man, ot tlie defense, werd features of the opening, session of the trial of iSugene Debs yesterday, on five counts of an indictment charging violation of the .Espionage . Act, The offenders were apparently carried off their feet .-by .ihe 'climatic: eloquence of Stead-man's brief opening, which, in all, oo'-' cupied only sp'minutes. The case may be in. the hands of the. jury in a week or ten days, as two days, it Is believed, will be sufficient for the present liear-ing ot t,he evidence of the twelve government witnesses. Nanalmo. B.C., Sept. l�.--Lato this afternoon three liodio.^ liad been recovered from the s'haft wliere the cage containing sixteen men fell. Two ot tliem are so badiy niangled that thoy cannot ho identificil .uul the third is that of Robert Kolly. wlio was thrown clear of the taf; .Mr. .1. G. Hawke.s, who has funii.sji-ed Wm. S. Hart with so many vehicles is enthusiastic over his latest .scenario, "lilue Blazes Uawden." wliicli is shown at Starland Wednesday and Thursday. It is II story of llie Canadian .Northwest, and Ijis contention is that since ilart is always big and convincing in any atmosphere, or in any surroundings, his admirers will welcome an incursion into any territory, so tiie great delineator of .western types doffs the somlirero and goes through five reels ot thrilling adventure garbed in blanket coat and furs of a Canadian lumberjack. 'I'ense dramatic situations predominate in this production, whicli has for it.s theme llio awakening of a rough, brutalized man to a sense of hotter tilings througli tlie appeal of a sweet, kindly, bighbred woman who turns her affection tor her dead son to a man slie believes to be his friend, who, through pity and respect, is forced to aid in the deception. The Etrange worlcings of a v/oman's mind causes the big climax in this A NEW SASKATCHEWAN JUDGE. Ottawa, Sept. 10.-Josepji fl. Par-Icer, tnaster-in-chambers, Regina, has been appointed district court judge tor Yorkton, Sask. COLIN HARBOTTLE WOUNDED. Toronto, Sept. 10.-Mrs. K. H. Gour-lie, of this city, has received a cablegram that her brother, Lieut.-Col. Colin C. Harbot^le, formerly of Toronto, had been wounded in both legs and was on his way to Bliglity. .IN.HIS POVVCR \�CH.A, rOU MUST HELP Mt,"' t �JceB�;^*.oj�>iJA.aooL .roR. sale ") BIG FEATURE AT TH E EMPRESS TONIGHT ORPHEUMjharles Chaplin V ^TONIGHT 111" ATTRACTIONS LAST TIME VERTISED IN THE SAT- S JDRPAY EVENiNG POST. TONIGHT Your Last Chance Dorothy Philiips in "A Soul for Sale" A six-reel dramatic story of woman's vanity and man's paBslons. Positively no  roise-v Ih pricps for this attractldn extraorainary. TOMORROW-MME. PETROVA In "MORE TBUTIi THAN POETRY(' Constipation is the arch-enemy of health. Conquer this enemy and you rout a whole army of physical foes, including indigestion, biliousness, sick headache, sleeplessness artd nervous dyspepsia. Beecham's Pills have been a world-favorite laxative for over sixty years. They go straight to the cause of many ills and remove it. Tliey act promptly, pleasantly and surely. Contain no habit-forining drug. These time-tested pills strengthen tlie stomach, stimulate the liver and [email protected]@ Worib a Guinea a Box Sold everywfceJ. in Conada u>d It. S. Ameriw. In boxo., 25 e�at>. MAJESTIC-One night anly Next Thursday, Sept. 12 Wallace Graham Presents the Famous Russian 'Cellist ' BORIS HAMBOURG IN A CONCERT RECITAL Assisted by MABEL MANLEY PICKARD (Soprano) and MADGE WILLIAMSON (Pianist) Prices, $1.50, $1.00, .75 ^"'^^^ ""Xx^omcV'"^ MAJESTIC THEATRE SPECIAL ONE WEEK COMMENCING CPPT 1C NEXT MONDAY...........01-111. ID THE MASTER OF MENTAL MYSTERY ' . ZELL HUNT HYPNOTIST AND MIND READER THE SENSATIONAL PSYCHIC SHOW POSITIVELY THE LIMIT FOR LAUGHS AND THRILLS THIS WILL BE THE TALK OF THE TOWN ism Prices: 25c, 35c, 50c. Try To Get In. Arlcraft picture, i.nd it gives -Ir. Hart an opportunily ot dominating sensational .scene.'? entirely different from nnythln.-T in vkhicli he has appeared before. .Mr. ilart himself, in a recent letter to (he Artcruft Service Depart- ment, New York, says: " 'Blue Blazes Rawden' to my mind is even better than The Narrow Trail.' The Silent Man' or 'Wolves of the Rail' and, in my opinion, the best thing I have done." U - ' This part of a letter received from Pte. J, R. Smith of the "Princess Pats" by a friend in Ottawa, illustrates the soldiers' need of Za^a-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 him 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. iam-BuR WE are in Business for Your Health YOU'VE � often heard it said "I'ta not in business tor my health," meaning that some profit must ,be had tor worit or service performed. Our business or profession of dentistry la no  different l)ut all we ask is "a fair profit" for our time and skill. Truly, however, are we in business for your health, because we correct your bad, detective teeth which are productive of a vast amount of ill health and disease. A little money spent on your teeth today is in the way of a mighty good investment. Don't say that you are "afraid." Ask any of our thousands qf patients. They will tell you that Dentistry As We Practise It Is a Gentle Art. Drs. Bruner, Richards & Nelson High Grade American Dentistry PHONE 363 Ott Bik., 4 Doors from Lethbridge Hotel, Lethbridge LETHBRIDGE, ALBERTA CALGARY OFFICE-116A EIGHTH AVENUB �. EDMONTON OFFICE-3 CRISTALL BLOCK. FORTHCOlilING AUCTION SALES TOMORROW, Wed., on premises 515 19TH STREET NORTH, AT 2.30 P.M. FRANK WADDINGTON WILL SELL BY PUBLIC AUCTION, AS ABOVE, A QUANTITY OF HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE Ami effects including-. Set of solid oak diners; .fine oak sideboard; mission oak library table; NEW WILLIAMS SEWING MACHINE, in good order; oak dresser and stand; occasional table; brass trimmed bed, springs and mattress; two kitchea, table.s; MeCLARY RANGE in Al order; kitchen cabinet; 4 kitchen chairs; rocker; pair portiere curtains; curtains and windo\fsr shades; kitcheu sundries, etc. THURSDAY NEXT, Sept 12lh ON THE PREMISES, 225 16T H8TREET NORTH, AT'2,30 P.M. HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE Including: Very HANDSOME DINING SUITE In fumed oak; fumed oak arm chairs; chest of drawers; grass rockers; oak rockers; heavy white enamelled beds complete with coll springs and felt mattresses; nearly new coal heater; drop leaf kitchen tabfe; SET OF ALUMINUM KITCHEN UTENSILS; electric iron; electric grill; kitchen cupboard; Congoleum rug; quantity nearly neAv linoleum; small rugs; garden hose; trttchen utensils; window shades, etc., etc. FRIDAY, 710 5th AVE. SOUTH HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE AND CASE TOURING CAR SATURDAY, 316 5th Ave. 4 HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE, AT 2:30 O'CLOCK 88 4309 40 ;