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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - September 12, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 12, 1918 THE LETHBRIDGE DAILT liERA^ii PAGE FIVE Metz, German Town, Objective In Great Drive In Lorraine; Allies Have Made a Gain of Five Miles London, Sept. 12.-(7.20 p.m.). ,mile front from Fey-en-Hay to Xi greatest depth of five miles. Thiacourt was captured early' I battlellne runs a little to the south Nonsard, which were captured, to Montsec. American cavalry patroU are m 10 miles northeast of St. Mlhlel. T outskirts. The Germans are maViin till bold Roman fort, which is no -The Americans attacked on an 11-vray and made an advance at Its London, Sept. 12-(7:20""p.m.) -American troops on the Lor-'' raine front have captured the towns of Thiacourt, Pannes and Nousard. North of St. Mihiel, the American forces have captured Combres. , They are reported to have reached the western outskirts of Donmartln-la-Montagne. French troops cooperatina- with the Americans in their drive in the St. Mihiel salient have reached the western outskirts ^of St. Mihiel. London, Sept. 12.-(7.30 p.m.)- Field Marshal Halg's forces today captured the entire village of Hav-rlncourt, except the northeastern edge. The British advanced for a distance of half a mile on a front of three and a half miles. GERMAN STATEMENT Berlin, Sept. 12.-(via London) ^British forces attacking the German line on the Flanders front near Armentieres and the canal .of la Bassee today were repulsed, according to today's announcemenli from army headquarters. British attacks along the Capal Du Nord, bet\*een Marqulen and Havrlncourt, likewise failed, the statement says. Inundate Aisne Region London, Sept. 12.-Accor(il]>ng' to Dutch frontier messages, tlie Germans are preparing to inundate the region Houth of the rivor Alsno, north east of Bheiras, says a despatch llrom Amsterdam to the Central News Agency. At some places dams have been constructed iu the rivor, which can be closed on short notice, and bridges Siavo been built. . British Progress British Army in Prnnce,,Sept. 12.- (10,00 a.m.)-(Associated Press)-A further improvement of the British lino north and south ot Attily, to the south ot St, Quentin, was achieved late yesterday by attacks which met v/ith comparatively slight resistance from the hard pressed Germans. Dominating high ground was the objective which Me attacking forces sought and won. Last evening, the Britisli attacked again,"!! considerable opposition and established posts west of the Canal Du Nord at Moeurves'and lor a distance northward. (By the Associated Press). American and French troop.s today began an offensive along a 20-mile front on the Lorraine sector near the German border. The movement evidently is aimed primarily at the elimination of the famous St. Mihiel salient, which, for more than tour years, has projected inlo^ the allied line southeast ot Verdun. Metz the Objective The attacks were launched on both sides of the salient on a 12-milo front on the south and an 8-mlIe front on tlie westerly side. The assaults wore progressing favorably at the latest reports. There have been many predictions that an American offensive was likely this fall and Lorraine has been mentioned as one ot the most probable sectors for the attacks. The German citartol of Metz lies only 15 miles northeast of Pont-a-Mousson, at the easterly edge of the salient under attack and it seems probable that this may be a further objective. The fall n the drive. From that town the of Boilionville, then to Pannes and Bois-de-Gargantua and north of oving in the direction of VIgneulles he French have reached the western g a strong resistance. The Germans w being attacked by the French. of this saliyit would scorn to be a necessity before any drive in great force Into German terl'itory on this front is attempted, otherwise the German forces to the''west would be left in a threatening position on the left flank of the attacking armios. Gen. Pershing has a huge American array under his command aiid there seems little doubt that adequate forces would i be at the disposal of Marshal ]*'och for ' an important push in this sector. The St. .Mlhlel salient is nea:rly 20 miles wide at its mouth, from Frenes, 12 miles southeast of Verdun, to Pont-a-Mousson and more than 15 miles in depth with an apex just to the southwest of St. Mihiel. Marshal Foch has caused the launching of this attack almost at the same time with the virtually complete elimination of tlio various salients the Germans drove into the allied lines in their offensives during the present fighting year. The Hindenburg line has again become the German defen-Klvo position almost along its entire length and the German defense was stiffening materially at all points where the French, British and Americans were prossing in npon them. The German.^ will have, it appears, another problem to meet in dealing with the allies in another comparatively distant quarter from that in which the bulk of the lighting has occurred in this year's campaign. The question will be, it seems, whether the r^jduced German man-power has left Gen, Lud-endorft with forces sufficient to maintain his front from Rheims to Ypres and at the same time beat hack a strong thrust by the allies far to the south-oast oi; the battlefront, British Turk Line The Hindenburg line itself, already has not proved too strong for eithf^r the French or the British at sonic points in the recent fighting. The British breached on tlic Queant-Dro-court line and today ,there came the official announcement from London that tlie British had made further progress behind thl,s line in the direction of Cambrai. A strong defensive line has been taken by the enemy along the Canal du Nord, but this line now seems turned on its left flank, as the British have forced a crossing of the canal to the northwest of Havrlncourt and are in a position to push up the easterly bank, providing Field Marshal Haig decides to employ his driving force in this direction. ERFUL STORIES FE-SAVING WORK Toi'onto, Sept. 12.-A special cable to the Mail and limpire from London says wonderful stories uro told ot the lil'i' saving work of the British array carrier jjigeons in the war zone. Recently a pigeon was liberated frdm one ot two British seaplanes in the North Soa, Flying through an aerial battle, the pigeon was wounded in the leg l)y a bullet, but it arrived at Its r.i'stination. its feathers stained with blood. Tho message it carried was the one word "attacked." According to the aviators' report received subsequently, two British machines were opposed by six German planes. The Germans, however, made off before (here was any chance ot a more oqual tight. The pigeon, which has recovered from its wound, is now tho pet of the flying station and has been "pensioned off." Another pigeon, at the cost of its lite, saved the lives ot six British airmen who were adrift in the North Sea. After delivering their message of appeal for help, tho pigeon dropped dead from exhaustion. The wrecked airmen, when rescued from their perilous position, were on the point of meeting the same fate, for they had no food and very little water. BANK CLEARINGS Tliis year .......'.....|750,945 Last Year____....... 751,872 ? MACKAY BY ACCLAMATION ? � -- � > Kdmontfon, Sept. 12,-Jloa. ? ? A. G. MacKar, minister ot mu- ? : nicipalitles and public health, ? ? in Premier ;Stowart's recon- ? ? .?triicted cabinet, was the only > ? and is, therefore, confirmed in ? ? office 'by acclamation, c- ?>??�> Laugh When People Step On Your Feet j Try this yourself then f It along to others. I It works! pass ANCHOR.DONALDSON LINE POPULAR SERVICE ^ Canada to Glasgow For full information apply to Agents or Company's Office, 270 Main St., Winnipeg. BIG SURPRISE TO MANY IN LETHBRIDGE People are surprised at the INSTANT action of simple buckthorn bark, glycerine, etc., as mixed iu Ad-Icr-i-ka. ONE SPOONFUL flushes the BNTIRB bowel tract so competely it relieves ANY CASE sour stomach, gas or constipation and prevents appendicitis. The INSTANT, pleapant action of Adler-i-ka surprises Both doctors and patients. It removes foul matter which poisoned your stoinach-for months.-.T. D. HiglnboUiam & Co., Ltd., druggists-Advertisement. LEMON JUICE , TAKES OFF TAN Girls! _MaK-e bleaching lotion if skin is sunburned, tanned or freckled Squc'eao the juice of two lemons Ipto a bottle containing three ounces of Orchard White, shake well, and you hav.e a quarter pint of tho best freckle, sunburn and tan lotion, and complexion beautlfler, at very, very small cost. y^ur grocer has the lemons and any drug store or toilet counter will supply three ounces ot Orchard White for a few cents. MasKiise this sweetly fragrant lotion into the face, neck, arms and hands each day and see how freckles, punouni, wlndburn and tan disappear and how ^clenr, soft and white the skin becomep. Yea! It is harmless, �-: STILL HOPE TO BEAT ENGLAND BY THE SUBMARINES i -v-_ j^sterdam, Sept. 12.-Admiral Scher, chief of. tile German admlN aity staff, is quoted by Dr. Wied-erburg, Conservative member of the reichstag, sccording to a despatch printed In the Cologne Gazette, as saying, in the course of a speech: "You may say to the country with good conscience that I do not doubt for a minute we shall bring England to her knees by submarine warfare. Only I will not bind myself to a definite date." Ouch !?!?!! This kind of rough talk .will be heard less here in town it people troubled with corns will follow the staple advice of this Cincinnati authority, who claims that a few drops of a drug called freezone wlieu applied to a tender, aching corn stops soreness at once, and soon the corn dries up and lifts right out without pain;' Me says freezone is an ether com-! pound which dries immediately and i never inflames or even irritates the � surrounding tissue or skin. A quafCer; of an ounce of freezone will cost very little at any drug store, but is sutfl-cient to remove every har(^ or soft com or callus from one's feetj. Millions ot American women will welcome tliis ] announcement since the inauguration of the higli heels.-Advertisement. R. H. CAMPBELL SERIOUSLY HURT The Pas, Man., Sept. 12.-R. H. Campbell, director of forestry, had his head badly crushed, arid William Lundy, a fire ranger, sustained .a broken leg last night when a gasoline car on which they were returning from an inspection trip struck a hand car. Three other men in the party were not injured. AT THE EMPRESS Last Times Tonight "BLUE BLAZES RAWDEN" A Gripping, Viijlle Drama of the Lumber Camps Featurlnft^the Great WM. S. HART AN.ARTCRAFT PICTURE "A HINDOO HOODOO" A TWO-REEL KEYSTONE SCREAM lilig PCTBOVA "jMore Truth Than Poetry," tho i\letro wonderpiay which will be .seen at the Empress theatre tonight, with superb .Mme. Petrova as the star, has been written by the clever actress herself. This is not ,the only photo-drama to Mme. Petrova's credit, tor she Is also co-author of "To the DeatK" "The Black Butterfly," and other Metro wouderpldys. Mjiie. Petrova's first work was as a writer. On the London Times she wrote clever reviews of the new hooks and plaj^s, aiid in attending the latter decided that her real torte lay in acting. However, she has never ceased to ho interasted in tho world of letters, and still writes not only screen stories, but poems .whieii are models of cleverness and \{it. MAJESTIC TONIGHT AT 8:30 The Celebrated 'Cellist BORIS HAMBOURG In Concert Recital Assisted by MABEL MANLEY PICKARb (Soprano) and MADGE WILLIAMSON (Pianist) Prices ............ 50c to $1,50 Seata at Box Office SMALL BOY, MATCH, RESULT, BIG FIRE. Montreal', S^pt. 12.--A pmall boy with a match started a fire in the eastern end of Montreal that resulted in $62,000 damage, of which $25,000 is covered by insurance. The chief loser will be the dry goods firm of T. P. Oakes, 709. St. Catharine street, east. AT THE MAJESTIC Boris Hambourg, the celebrated 'cellist, will appear at tlie Majestic theatre tonight in a cour.arl rocliai. assisted by Jlabol Monley PIcHard, soprano, and Madge Wliliainson, pianist. An elaborate program lias been arranged, one that will give Hambourg full .scope for his marvellous talents. As this will be llambourg's only appearance hero this season, it bohoovos all music lovers to avail thempolve-i of this one opportunity ot licaring oiu; of the world's greatest 'cnllists. The concert will start promptly at All seats are now on sale at (lie box office, phone 1722. brutalized man to a sense of bcl,ter things through tlic appeal ot a woman who has lost iier own son and takes the rough north woodsman to her heart in place of the boy she has lost. As "'Rlue Klazos' Hawden." Hart Is a lumberjack who has lived all his lite in tho great woods and whose existence is a compound of hard work, tierce fighting, earnings scattered In dance halls as soon as received. With no influence to alter this accustomed round, living as he does In one of th3 remote places of the world, he ijhares tho same ideals as tho rough folks of the lumber camp. Tho story is an intensely dramatic one and gives the famous Hart ample scope for marvelous interpretation. It is undoubtedly the greatest Hart production yet and is well worth seeing. AT STARLAND The story in which Thos. IT. Inco prcsent.s Wm. H. Hart for his fourth j appearance in an Artcraft picture, i wliicJ) is being shown at tlie Slarlond ! for the .last times tonight, is entitled ; "'tiluo Blazes' Kawden," and has for; its theme the awakening of a rougli. UKULELES Most Popular of all Small Instruments The present enormous demand for Ukuleles proves the popularity of the in-stiunnentp. ' Ukulele players derive unending pleasure from the quaint melodies performed on this leading instrument of Sunny Hawaii. It is easy to learn-easy to play-easy to possess. Summer outings are incomplete without the Ukulele. We have a complete stock ot these popular instruments as ivoli as instruments to combine with them- Violins, I\!andolins, Guitars, KSnjos. You'll enjoy a visit to our Musical ^Merchandise Department. MASON & RISCH LIMITED BALMORAL BLOCK FIFTH ST. S. LETHBRIDGE THE COMING EVENT! THEATRE SPECIAL MAJESTIC ONE WEEK COMMENCING CrpT 1 a NEXT MONDAY................ OEjL 1 . ID THE MYSTERIOUS MASTER OF MENTAL MYSTERY DR. ZELL HUNT ASSISTED BY MISS NELLE BURKE, CLAIRVOYANT ENTIRE CHANGE OF PROGRAMME NIGHTLY THE DANCING BUGS, THE HORNETS' NEST, THE SAD FISHERMEN, THE STRENGTH TESTS, THE LOCAL SUBJECTS, THE HOSPITAL SCENE Bargain Prices . .. 25c, 35c, 50c Try To Get In SEE MPRESC TONIGHT O THE STORY OF A WIFE'S REVENGE IS "MOSE TROTH TKJIN POETRY A 5-Act Metro Wonderpiay ot tho Uuwritteu Law, starring superb MME. PETROVA Also the Allies Official War Review, the most authentic war budget being shown. Also Lyons and Moran Comedy. FRIDAY AND SATURDAY WORLD PICTURES PRESENT ROSCOE (FATTY) ABBUCKLE, IN "THE BUTCHER BOY,"-a-REELS KITTY GORDON in 'DIAMONDS and PEARLS ARPHEUiyi Dorothy Phillips in iM for Sale* ^JF TONIGHT JlfJI FOB THE BENEFIT yPTHOSE;^ WHO MISSED THIS BIG SPECIAL- t^f IT AT THE ORPHEUM TONIGHT. ^ In "DIAMONDS AND PEARLS," at Starland Friday and Saturday. FORTHCOR^ING AUCTION SALES FRANK WADDINGTON TOMORROW, FRIDAY, 710 5th AVE SOUTH AT 1:30 SHARP Round e.xtending dining table; writing desk; massive oak'easy chairs, upholstered in leather; upholstered lounge; FINE QUALITY 9-12 RUG; mahogany china cabinet; SECTIONAL BOOK CASE in inissioii oalt; OQcasional chairs; oak rockers; 3-ann 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; sewing niacWne; kitchen chairs; kitchen table; washing machine; lawn mower; STQRM DOORS; step-ladders; quantity books, pictures; kitchen sundries, etc. Also Case Touring Car in Excellent Running Order TERMS CASH AUCTIONEER'S PHONES 770-469 SALE COMMENCES AT 1.30 PROMPT SATURDAY, 316 5th Ave. S. HOUSEHOU) FURNITURE, v^T 2.30 O'CLOCK HANDSOME DINING SUITE in fumed oak, comprising hutfet, round extension table and set chairs; solid oak rocker; fine mission oak rocker with leather cushions; congoleuni rug, 9x9; congoleum itig GxS; bedroom rocker; oak dresser; cblttonier; brass trimmed bed complete with springs and mattress; small oak dresser; steamer trunk; feather pillows; electric shades; window shades; lace curtains; kitchen chairs; kitchen table; kitchen cabinet; GAS COOK STOVE; c,oil heater; medicine chest; wash tub; and the. usual kitchen sundries. AUCTION SALE OF Farm SM.and implements AT 0. H. BENSON'S FARM Three Miles North of Commerce and Nine Miles East of Nobleford, Section 36-10-22 On Friday, Sept. 13 AT ONE O'CLOCK SHARP EVERYTHING WILL BE SOLD WITHOUT RESERVE AS THE PROPRIETOR HAS RENTED HIS FARM. IMPLEMENTS 1 John Deere binder, S ft.; 1 Deering single disc drill, 22 disc; 1 Coclcshutt single disc drill; 1 4-scction iron harrow; 1 subsoil packer; 1 10-tt cultivator; 1 Deering mower; 1 McCormick mower; 1 hay rake; 1 double disc harrow;! 1 heavy democrat buggy; 1 Emerson gang plow; 1 John Deere sulky plow; 1 ton scale; 1 wheel scraper; 1 pair bob sleighs; 1 single buggy .with pole and shafts; 1 blacksmith outfit; 1 6-horse-power stationary engine; 1 feed grinder, 3 rollers; 1 garden cultivator and seeder; "l wagon and 140 bushel grain tank, new: 1 truck gear; 4 wagons; G sets double work harness; 2 single harnesses; 5 gas drums; 1 bicycle; beds, springs and bedding; 1 Magnet cream separator and other articles too numerous to mention. HORSES 1 black gelding, 9 years; 1 grey gelding, 7 years; 1 black mare, colt at side, 8 years; 1 sorrel gelding, 7 years; 1 bay stallion, 7 years; 1 bay gelding, 7 years; 1 black mare, colt at side, 9 years; 1 buckskin mare, 12 years; 1 black mare, colt at side, 5 years; 1 black mare colt at side, 5 years; 3 3-year-old mares; 1 3-year old mare, with colt at side; 3 2-year-old geldings; 1 year-old mare; 1 year-old gelding. Horses weigh from 1200 lbs. to 1600 lbs. CATTLE 1 cow, 7 years; 1 cow, i years; 1 heifer, 2 years; 3 calves, 7 months.  ' 1 TERMS ON ABOVE All sums ot $10 and under cash. Over this amout 25% cash; balance 12 months credit on furnishing approved joint notes at S%; or S% off for cash on all credit amounts. CARS, THRESHING OUTFITS AND PIANO One tive-passenger Chevrolet car; one Ford roadster -with truck body; one 12-20 Heider gas tractor in good condition; one Minneapolis Separator 24-26, in good condition; one triple engine plow with extra breaker bottoms; one Willis Player Piano nearly, new. Terms on these: Half cash, balance 12 months credit on furnishing approved joint notes at S% or 87o off for ^ash on credit amounts. O. H. BENSON, ' J. A. SMITH, Owner Auotloneef TERMS CASH -i-^r�i�f'-:TP> SALE AT 2.30 SHARP 46742373 ;