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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - September 11, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 11. 101ft THE WiTimniDGE- DAILY HT2RAT.S PAGE FIVE ARE GETTING WELL (By tliii A.isoriated Press). Tho Hrltlsh luivf! again moved for ward today toward the H indctibuiB lino on tho one. sector whore they are still Homo distance from It. near the centre of tho allied bnttlofrout. Homo progiosa was made In the Vermtiiid region, where the Uritisli urn Closing In upon St. Quontin from tho north, while liio French aro piinhing up from the xoulli. Knrliior north t!ir> Uritisli have, gain imI a footing in the twin towns of Poi-v.iero and lOpohy, -'i; miles front tho 1 lindonburg linn, opposite I.eca'ielet. The. (Jcrmnns urn rR.1l.1MnK strongly here, as thlit part of tho lino Inrmn part of tho defenses of ('an)hral. Their resistance also is taking the form of rim it counterattacks at. Oour.ciiu-i mill, Just to the north. They sccur-i-il a small Hritish posit after hard fight-i:ig hist night. The defense of ('iirahral 1b likewise 1, i.'ng carried to the aggressive aide lr. dm Ormiins along the Canal du .Mi'.d, where tin' British stand far In-'no tlio llltidonbnrg lino after having i'.vi;�Mi the tiueantnrorourt switch, i:. this aggressive movement, tho, ene-11.y hint night unsuccessfully conn'or-ii: tin�Ui'il lioar .Mneuvrcs. 'I'hr l'ri'mli drive upon La Pore Is re-I'urti'il to have Hindi' notable progress with the capture of Traveoy, on llic .Hitidephurc line, two miles directly north of l-aFore. Thi> occupation ot' I his ground would result In the out-(tanking 01' l.apere on the northerly . do. The Hermans also have been attack-di .-per,!tely on the Kronch front, �i � the line runs north from the toward the SI. (Jolia'n massif.  . >> are nttempting to drive the Fran-c .1 American forces off llic Mount 1.1111; 1  plateau, the allied occupation our1, In n RoutheaKterly direction to (flvitt. on th(> MeiiBe. at the Helglan border. The trout thus indicated exlends for about i>0 mil�i. Oermani Attack In VosgeB. j With the American Amy In Franco. Kept. 11.-At a::!*1 this uiorniiiK. the Hermans be^un a heavy artillery action 011 the American front linos in 1I10 Vosfcea region, sending over aome ^'(10 projectiles from their mine throwers and IflOO heavy calibre sheila. At. fi:-i> o'clock, the enemy opened ti KtroiiK fire on the communication trenched. > Iloport? from two observation ma-] Hons wore I hat fit) Hermans were oh-' h�rvod enterliiK their own llno.s with I wounded, hut. no reports from the American front lines had been recolvulj at this hour, it Kooins probable that 1 infantry action developed, tho enemy belnK beaten oft with cunualtleR. Close In on Line | With the llrlllali Armies In France.  - In general, the tlrltidh are continuing to e.loao In on the HlndonburK line hy n series of Hinall actlonR mid num-oouvres. The lines tn tlt(^ northern part of tlio battle zone have now been advanced llironnh the vitiligo of Tres-cault, flH miles noiilhwest of MtircoInK tn tho oiifltsni ciIko of the place,, where the troop* are actually In tho old nritihlt trene.hefl, fattlnj? tho llln-denbui'K lino. Atutrallan Advance In tho south, Australian troops have advanced In the area from Vormand to tho outskirts of Attllly, on tlio edgo ot Holuen wood, from tho other side of which tlio whola of tho flat country up to th� fatnouB Gorman rtofonalvo positions Bnd tho Kp'. - f Associated l're-s. 1 - The Hennatis have relieved several of their divisions in the re-Kion of Vauxalllon. on the front north of the Aisne. und with some of their best troops are making a HtrotiK effort to slop the further east word progress of the French. Tho attempt has been without success, however, as the French forces took some additional lines of trenches in this rogion today, sainlnt; ground also to the northwest of Lnffaux. Itepeated counter attacks in this vicinity were repulsed. The enemy attacked violently north of the OIko. but also without, stopping the proKfesii of Hen, Humbert's troops toward the road from La Fere 10 St. Qtiontln, which they now hold from La Fere, two miles northward, to Travecy. The wooded region of Vondeuil also fell Into their hands. Ii I Hy ,1. F. 1!. Livesay. Canadian Press ,  'orrt'spoiuli'iit t With the Canadian Forces, Sept. 10. - The Canadian sorter is quiet and many of the 1 roups are nellinK � well earned rest. Some of the infantry battalions have been on the j;o steadily for siv week-, marehlliK when not flKhtiw; with never an hour to write a letter or darn a Mock Th" front line is not yet. stabilized. The lay of the hind rs in favor of the enemy at. this passing sta^e of our general advance. Behind the lines, j,'oes on Mi" cease less activity of field ambulances, casualty clenriiiff stations and hospitals. The devoted work of the former Is lightened now, as, witli marvellous celerity and method, the wounded are passed hack to the lorward hospitals, thence to he cleared when necessary to the liitHi' and evacuated to "Hlishty." During the heat, of the fighting, advanced dressing station staffs worked without cessation day and night in their effort to cope with the casualties. And well tliey succeeded. A Canadian hospital lies not far he-j hind Arras with a line of huts, hare j r.nd spotless. Here, our wounded first reach the hands of Canadian nurses. I "Well, sister, you don't know how ! good It is to have 11 woman around ! again." said one of the men, and he ! said it in no depieciatlon ot the. i stretchr-i" bearers, who aro gallant � men. and have given freely of : their lives in the recent fighting. They I have dogged the steps of our fighting j infantry inrough barrage. through > wire and amid the hail of machine ! gun bullets. To see a woman's face again, aftor a month of battle and flame, in in itself an insnirutiou and a comfort. They are the picked women of Canada. It has been their good foitune to have been selected from the nurses that, have come out from Canada. It Is the nearest any woman may get to the batthllne. They toil unremittingly with heart, and. body. Their reward is long trains of evacuated soldiers ftoinp to "I'dighty" with a chance for their lives. Vladivostok. Wcunc.-dny, Sept. 4.- (Associated Press 1.-The Siberian front has disappeared overnight. In the words of an American authority, "it h.-is moved 4,-000 miles to the westward." Communication has been completely established between Vladivostok and Irkutsk. Czecho-Slovnks have broknn through from Lake Baikal, In the direction of Tchita, under Capt. Gaida, whlln Gen. Scmen-off's Cossacks, supported by Cze- c.ho-3lovaks. have approached tho Trans-Baikal capital. The Bolshevik! forcer,, secmintj-ly overwhelmed, have scattered. Some of them have gone in the direction of Klakhta and others aro supposed to be fleeing northward by way of the Amur railway. Military officials say it would not be surprising to find that the Bolsheviki had dissolved into non-combatant groups, intent upon seeking amnesty from the entente allies. promising to satisfy the doctor and ��(' believe there is no more nerman-rinv or stability to any other district in the come 1 The Herald south than oui 11 good cllizei. Cahoun hot 1 I S. firown. he ing room and in it - � Orlll lias been open- I Holland in charge. '1 ing occurred on Sam, the Daughters of Me luncheon and dinner to all of whom came a ?. ; with the splendid !"-r\ some meals. Primary Association This last week M1 -ker. the Primary \-dent, has been holdin; meetings with the h" .il most convenient. point-Card of the General IP giving the instruct!(n ters so that, all offi� in touch with tlio pi 1  ments of trie central he timetings were held Glenwood and Hill ; at ML View for Mo eluding P.eiuer and i o,vn. We wel InannKer. Ml'., closed the din-ead the Cahnon wiili Mr. Ly|e :�� official opell- . :ay last when Kinpirc served ) n hungry host, y well satisfied v i' ami tooth- Convention '.ii/.nheth Har-'.ation Presi-a series of otfii ejp at the Mr-;. Zina Y. .rd. has been 'coin h�'ad(|Uar-; . illicit be put �'�:i dcv reipiire-io,|y. Successful on Thursday at pring. oil i'rlday turee wards, in-"aviit. during the where he i,'. lit present app'-arinir ln| that (Hy Ik' has been entertained h> the ltotar) dull, tin- H.W.V.A. and oth "r prominent oi'can'zatioie;. His vi-it here next week will be the talk of th" town and it Is a pn.-ilive fait before the week i-i through. tK, Maje-ii Mi-S Nelle Cm I.e. a gifted clairvoyant. He will cluing" his pro/riim ever;, night. Conserve Your Money Conserve Your Food A glass o{ milk and a few Biscuits make a good lunch on a hot day. Som-IVIor Biscuit -Salted or plain - In striped packages only. sa MOHTIl WEST BISCUIT CO. lamitd Ltlrnonton Defcmn Cnltl.iry Sftnk.-\loon Viincouvir Cancii'i foal Board License K�. 11-493 AT STARt.ArVD f>n^ '1! til" te||>e !t-r.\\i.t ill 'Hill W.iMv: Hav.-ilen." the Arteraf' pii-iur now being sliown nl ih" Siarlatid 111"; tre. is a duel to the d"a'.] ened room. In the till" 1 den. William S, Hart win-sessions of the keeper o and gambling hall, and tin I t w ecu I lie men cu!'ninat-death struggle. The in the dark loom, piitetuat sharp flashes of their pisti forenoon, and In th Aetna for the south ville and Kimball; Sat I for the two Ourdston v ford were lield. Ii i-; I the wards at Orton. c � Coulee. Starline and F course of the next 1 m " afternoon at, ward-, Taylor-urdiiy meetings aids and Wool-.ilnniied to visit iatesiiolm. Pill" auk Mirg In the W eekS. ill a dark- , le of Itaw-ill the pes- ' the hot"! enmity be-in tile u v 'i^ure-'l by the .-. ci'eate tn Y. M. M.!. HOLD AT THE KM PRESS A problem of vdal iiuportatK progressive men at,'; w.imeti is presented In "Jlore Truin T' Poetry." the five-act .Metro won�i.-rpl.iy starring Home. Sept. 11. -Brilish troops yesterday raided, the Aii.siro-Hungarlan positions on the Asiaco plateau, on the mountain front, and inflicted heavy losses on the enemy, according to the official statement, issued today hy the Italian war office. The Hrit'-sh look 77 prisoners and captured abundant war material. In the Monte Asolono area, Italians captured en?my posts and held them despite violent counter-attacks. The ftnlians took prisoners in the Daone, Vnl Arsa and Ornic valleys and occupied the island south of Porte dc Plave. annihilating the garrison. Mme.- Petrova, which tho Km press theatre row. This is wlietli-moral right, when 1. and success, to ii is a face the wife who i;; der to shoulder with : self luxuries, in order tain prominence. I:i in real life the man has incurred the �!: nonimunity. and bn- vill be seen at �inlay and tomor-r a man has, the c .-leiiieve , fame for a >oenger 1- iwirked shoul-ilui. d-iiyiiig her-'hat lie may ai-inuny iti-.tances �ho has done this -plea.-ure of the ; louiul since..4 11w MAJESTIC One night on! TOMORROW, Thursday Wallace Graham Presents the Famous Russian 'Cellist l� f( BORIS h HAMBOURG IN A CONCERT RECITAL Assisted by MABEL MANLEY PICKARD (Soprano) and MADGE WILLIAMSON (Pianist) BOBiOHG UNION MADE . |^7U*u,7i from Ccatf ChcvU 1 R.G.LpNCtCO.uMiTCD CANAQfc IO'iO'MO Prices, $1.50, $1.00, .75 PHONE 1722 FOR RESERVATIONS Seats on Sale Wednesday a.m. at Box Office GENERAL SYNOD Toronto. Sept. It.-- With solemn service of morning prayer and Holy Communion at St. .lames' cathodrul this mornliiK, the triennial meeting of tho general synod of the Church of Kns-lund In Canada entered upon Its labors, which will probably continue until tho end of next week. At 10::t0 o'clock the bishops and delegates Kathered together in St. James' parish house and at 11 a.m. the procession tn the cathedral Imtran. First walked three dorKymon, followed by .">0 lay delegates, then two and two, e() clerKymen. Following; them, "ii arch blahops and bluhops, each attended by his two chaplains. These included llishop Duvcrnet, metropolitan of British Columbia; Aiehliin!iop Thorn-toe, of AlKoma, and Archbishop Worrell, of Nova Scotia, with Most Itev. S. P. Matheson. archbishop and metropolitan of Rupert's Land, and prf-mato of all Canada, bringing tin the rea r. EIGHT DEAD IN EXPLOSION IN U. S. Phlladnlphia, Pa., Sept. 11.-An ex-ploaion occurred nt the munitions plant this nftornoon and many are reported killed and Injured. ISlKht are ltnown to bo � - -----.ifcllST AT THE Dr. Zell Hun', tional reputation years of public ib notlsm and '�l�'t Majestic theatre illK next Moiula> sational eMiibi: illK the crowd formaucfi this MAJESTIC who has an interna sustained by twelvi iiionst rat ions of hyp aathy comes to th' for one week start . in a series of sen ions. Dr. Iiunt is turn :�� away at every per week in Medicine ONE WEEK COMMENCING CrDT 1 �1 NEXT MONDAY................ Odi 1 . 1Q 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 Prices: 25c, 35c, 50c. Try To Get In. MME. PETROVA STARLAND Tonight and Tomorrow Also "A HINDOO HOODOO" Two-Reel Keystone Comedy Don't Miss This Program THE EMPRESS TONIGHT EMPRESQ TONIGHT AND |J TOMORROW THli STORY OF A WIFE'S REVENGE IS "MORE TRUTH THAN POETRY" A a-A-ct Metro Wonderplny of the Piiwrllten Law, starring superb MME. PETROVA TODAY AND TOMORROW ARPHEUM Dorothy Phillips in AScul for Sale \J TONIGHT JLf J-" ----------------------- ANU *v: FOR THE BENEFIT OF THOSE WHO MISSED THIS BIG SPECIAL-SEE IT AT THE ORPHEUM TONIGHT. FORTHCOMING AUCTION SALES FRANK WADDINGTON TOMORROW, THURSDAY, SEPT. 12th ON THE PREMISES, 225 16T HSTREET NORTH, AT 2.30 P.M. HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE Inclddins: Very HANDSOME DINING SUITE in fumed oak; fumed oak arm chairs; idlest of drawers; Brass rockern; oak rockers; heavy white enamelled beds complete with coll springs and felt mattresses; marly new coal heater; drop leaf kitchen table; SET OF ALUMINUM KITCHEN UTENSILS; electric. Iron; electric Riill; kitchen cupboard; ConKoleum niK', quantity nearly new linoleum; small riiK.s; garden hose; ltficliun utensils; window shades, etc., etc. FRIDAY, 710 5th AVE. SOUTH AT V.30 SHARP Round extending dining table; wriliiiK desk; massive oak easy chairs, upholstered In leather; upholstered lounge; FINE QUALITY 9-12 RtlG; mahogany china cabinet; SECTIONAL BOOK CASE in mission oak: occasional chairs; oak rockers; a-nrin electrolier; STAIR CARPETTING and pads; linoleum; oak dressers and stands; camp bed; bedroom chairs; FOX TYPEWRITER in Al order; very good KITCHEN RANGE, complete with hot water front and GAS BURNERS; refrigerator; sowing nuicbine; kitchen chairs; kitchen table; washing machine; lawn mower; STORM DOORS; stop-ludders; qutintity books, pictures; kitchen sundries, etc, Also Case Touring Car in Excellent Running Order TERMS CASH AUCTIONEER'8 PHONES 770-469 SALE COMMENCES AT 1.30 PROMPT SATURDAY, 316 5th Ave. S. HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE, AT 2.30 O'CLOCK 0?10131? ?4230214 ;