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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - September 13, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta friday, september 13, 1918 the r.FTiinnrnr.E daily itf.rai n page five � II tail � � WI I � � W � � w � mmmm~ w -' -w - -�-  �-�� � � AT SI. MIH1EL BY TOTAL OF 20 MILES London, Sept. 13.- (7 p.m.; - (Associated Press.)-All the villages If) the St. Mlhlel salient wore captured and the front In thin aector wan reduced from ;;ome -U) miles to a Utile under 20 miles. The latest news from the St. Mihlel sector shows that the bat-tielinc now ninn directly from Pagny, on the MogiiIIc river, to Hattonvll'e and then along the foot of the height'; of the Meuse. Pafjny. a town on the Moselle river, Is on the western herder of Germany. In addition to the 12,000 prisoners who have been counted, large numbers of Germans arc still coming in. The railway from Verdun to Comm�rey, Tout and Nancy now open to the entente allies. Is Clean to handle. Sold hy till Druggists, Groccra and General S.torc�� illy the Associated I'rosa.) Tim American offensive in Ijorruine was reported today 1o he routInultiK 11brilliantly successful ei.iirse. The tipiiareul proMpoi't was thai not. only would the St. Mihlel salient he speedily wiped out, bu� that a heavy blow would Ik dealt llie Hermans in tile loss of and material. Already li.Uin prisoners and tin mum have been taken, an urdltiK to today'-* ndvi'0.4. The rajil'l progress of t'.o Americans on both sides of (he salient no'.'.' afford.' hope that still greater numbers of (JennaiiH may be caught in the loop iipiiti wliieh the American:; are closing In, The American:! now appear to have made an advance of rome ci^lil miles on the miithcrn piilo of the salient. This would bring them near the important town of VlRneullns, 1 yitiic on the only railway lino In Die loop, which town today In unofficially reported In American bauds. .South of Vlgnmil-leij, the town of HPUfltr.ourt Is d�)ol(iv-ed to be In American poflsifslon, while to the oast, toward Thlacourt, Mi* Amr' L��s curbed r.eep usually comes from some form of indigestion. Strengthen the stomach and stimulates the liver with a course of CHAPLAIN FAVORS i, I ; iclll o1 | appa � ' nlol, ' but. , I - ..:�!( i ' cart ai outid are dolru .'�' litic::, row.l win.  son I lo-ni 1 I ill' t ;;.; OF FOE AND BERLIN warm, Th Mid sent 1., loiiK. as Said �fOTf�)k�i�, ln b.a^j;;,;. od last. iiikIii to he still in till? part of the salient, and if t.hny have not succeeded in extricating themselves their j capture seems prohabb _ The (lernians have had ureal diff i-1 ----~ cully in KotfinK their artillery ainiy ; peeled tills rection of the battle line to over the ioue railroad line at Ibeir din- 1 be the. object of an ..Pail, by an Ancr po-al. They were working feverishly ican army, wlm ii was generally sup-last ni;;h' to move i.Iie Rims out posed to be moid" �. he: . jn Uiis repjon. through \'i�neiille>. bill their way Were in a Hurry Rev. CcorHie A. fYufilli Dci'Iarcs (Jormiiny Should l>c Devastal-for Cruelties (if Ik-r Ainu The it' past now seems blinked by the eon- With the Ain"inau tinned American pini-rcs loilay. .Vuni (Lorraine Front. y. ia hers of treiirh mortar-' ami a rrem iicanc in their dr �. p 'luaiitily of mal>i� cIIvh at  i in Atneriian band-, beside., ibe nuns reporteil taken. While the Americans ;ne thus driving ahead, tile French and liriti. h are onntinilitiK to make proi;ro-s silotifc the north ami south seciions of tile battle-front. The French l.isi night closed in. toward St. Qii"i)tin. lapluiinp the town of Stivy. little more than -'j miles from St. tjmntin's outskirts. The I'.riiish advanced further to the northwest on Si. t^ii�ntln. takinjr the village of Jptiiifnurl and raininx pos-Pes�ion of lloluon wood. ti Jiifin Fiftli Ai my fm tiie ,|lilt The Allier �bed the flr-l lYote^tant II; rviiiK a � i ha]  \ i Art 1'i'vy. �i'l A ll|e | , ' ,| ' \ '; i .:, 11! i:pi-oi ii a I'.ftt �iej-cy. I i|e ,r:iiie-)t ; :i ah end "f sch" i e; ,., | llenrv ll.'UMl .1." a- a ;i'..-.,|;" I hi it iiii I .in . .' h e .'. i ;e 1::' � :, , in Ih" i i �"�!, > i , a -.; 1  '.I '�:':' j hirer It. .'..; .| 11. di � ; � � , :.'ii"i i . 111 e 11 , iiifli. i .d >;,.. ' ; I mails- !ip"(i ''iviiiaK- I -/'ei ; 'I !� e|. he ;,,'-, tiia' 1 ex;,,..... � , ..('lit iinent of I iio-"" v. h" hav ;'' and Ici'd i.v. r here. v. l:.u ! 'ii j were I in Amerba lodav. jiiie-i ;1 H i am. I -.lo.ud no my in -' to h;> ; put to iS'-u'li any ikn ti.> :n Ameiica oT !lc".r. re C" the .c. and U r a n 1 he; in hrd.uiy and t'. . Il tl". V "a'lK'l- }..-t , ' ii w dl tie it|i�nke'l !''lK'!("> . in'I v.-*ll operate the plnnt >,� .-",ii;e ,.U Iir.'V.'i;! Industrial disturbance.-. si Bros, "jaaasars-T" i put our GOODIES JN THE CHILDREN^' LUNCH B-A- 4 jerted to Cerniau attacks in ennsirl'T-ablr> force, in one of which an assault . on Itavrincoiirt. which the MrltlFh , took recently, the enemy was assisted by a sipiadnm of low-flying alrplane.s. lie was repulsed wltii heavy losses. Further (termini attempts to dislodge the l'.rlii-di alone the Canal On Nerd line, wed of Cambrai, were frustraied hy the llrifisli fire. Trying to Remove Guns. Full..tin Willi the Am.' Amy ,,f in Lorraine, .-"ept jit i io pi .im.i-Tlie (Jermans. last nn;hi and eail; today, wet" .ittemphn;; to temove their artllleiy throiich hi" town ol \'ii;tieul le-t a nuni-licr of caution and Irene . mortars be-sidei a iiin:,. niimbet' o; machine i;uns. (If the i'..nun prisoners taken. wi were cipfnied in one di.-trii,' near .Moiitsei" by ,ui A ni i  i i. �> n division. Am one; the pi: oner w.i-i Major Schmes-ii;e;. a . omit He and his staff had (li";r b.icif.i;,-'- p.i'l.--'l and wijie wail- itu: iii be '.iptUfeil 111 a majoriiv of i;'-e-i. the pri-on -r- put up i li:i|e n---i.-i.iiice before - ur: end"rit,u'. In many instances the d.-tachnieii: . wb,. h im I I'm aped the tiarracn in then- ticnclies and dui'i.iihs made a perfunctory n--i-t.ime with their lnachine ivuis and then threw up their hands. ' A. d"ta dill, liul. only over Hie brow of the bill Here, layilll-, lll.V .iw.llleil the rush of the lie: ami received ilieir a"-.lilants w "h the lia.votiet. It was �oi>n over. All tin1 Ccnnali' were eith-r kill.' I or c.i|iture ;. Berlin Statement Moselle rivers. Hen. Pershing's and was executed erlriin officer* at the first. iliHiim (ion of a major on the western f All aloiiE the ; been cairfed on' Near Maizer... ahead against " ciawllni; and fa;, aid. To the norih the neicliborini' ed Numbei's o;  i at the lr.tter cnsiinltieH have , )i. i -onal supervision 'iii'l'T orders of Am-i "obliers. This was 1". American opera- nit. - h. dul". e l:,l.,pS went i:un fil"" tie -e|,| to 111";!- hill and ".'. 'i't'fl!-II If--tldel-eil .'� "c id an ,'l- lo V." i!"' - im! apo|fil"17.e ill iiv W".V '"� �.'hr;' lint boclie ha-.- d ;. Ill ih: ii o hi ;: �t-ri - '.\".'i - ','.:*;' ; it i - ii a-- ' i .' 1 *' il". lie - had keli v.,;-;..- ! " ' i* ; i ' !"t"ii' ; ifr! t { 1" 1 i1' � i * J'. 11". ':��!;�  ' '; 1 . 1 f * i r- � ... , � 1 i; i.' �! '�  .,t. |i "��I :i i .. Cn.'li. SO ' '.l.-e 1 '. � '.� ..lll-l yo-i ' ;:' in, "r or the in,,, hiii" i', "i S;i � ;h Will... lb- )> . ii- : . d -e( �ip. 1 -;!,;" i : � S 11 ' he U '111' Ii' -e: emi � as ; ,|e,-,, wo �\nd I ', i \ e |l fill ' ' e w �. 1 .;. .;. .;. .;. �;. .;. > f. fj ;. the li..v is dead. Im' rather say !' ! 'ff to track file mou.itnin by hie -;,|e in boyirdi �: a I 'a a I "I"' now at rett memories to hl- i i.Inm an nr (piests wis. hi" W"lid's he KiKhi. onlr, Senmlcsn Tapffdtrr Car* potB, p�rt of itn order tfint. wo had .on. slilprcd n� ranorlled. Bought thrnn y-fMirx agfi at tho prices prnralllnn tJien and hist corn" to hnnd. (flven ynij an opportunity of p�it.ttnp: n r.nrpef, at lepi than today's wholciitilc price, Mnde m one fif RnKlnnfl'3 host. rrnrpel factories emoiritiK you of rpinlity tliaS es prni ijeadv iinj'ossiblo to procure to-'Inv. C.rt yours i.fiw. � '�il i- Il !! baretin ' thrilling. ! lie (|eef|s hied e ir a ("ir'.' wo: -1 ound marks to his "I Fold. il ho .'it rather -ay on the w.iv. iibiti Opinion 9x12. Today's value, $42.50. Saturday .. $27.7$ 9x10, �>. Today's value, $36.00. Saturday . . $24.75 v. in. �\Vi Dairy Butter, freihly made, and New Laid Egos for Saturday. Cooking Butter, per lb.....40c Cheese, Swifts' Premium Olec tnargarlnc. Butter In 2 pound sealed tins for overseai. Cooked Hani, Roast Pork, Brick Wheat Flour Substitutes which make baking in accordance with the Food Board's request a pleasure. Oat Flour, Barley Flour, Corn Flour, Ry� Flour, etc. FRESH FRUITS AND VEGETABLES Green Tomatoes. Terrills, lb, 5c Peachst, Elberta's, case . j2.00 Larfler quantit'es..... 4>2c per basket ............ 60o Pickling Onions, per lb. ... 19c Prunes, Italian, case ..... 91.80 Cucumbers, 6o, 3 for ..... 25c Canteloupe, each .......... 23c Cauliflowers, 2 for ....... 2&c Crab Applet, Hyslops, per Green Peonort, fancy, lb. .. 35c case .................. 93.10 Celery, per lb. ,.......... 10c Sweet Potntoti, 2 Ibe. for.. 25c TERRILLS HOME GROWN TOMATOES SPF.CIAL FOR WEEK END Per basket........................40c 4 basket case....... .............$1.50 ire i,ow -i.uidii'.t' on our iii-w line-., uni. h hi\e bei II prepared." salient a few ll.(Vtroin; and true. calnotiflaKiii-. all bis own feellncs for your sal,.' and tor the sake ol' what he has bail; ho111c. t:ieatle-s .lavs and whcatless dm 1, and liberty bond campaigns seem i iie.ip as lour snppoi; of him in mh !i an hour. \ 'Loathe Ibe boi he pie,\iii aKain-l ' him --work against him, wherever lie EMPRESS t-iih CARMEL MYERS IN 'The City of Tears' IT'S A BLUEBIRD Coming-William Farnum In "Rough and Ready"-Another Cracker ostracise bun .-orially and laliy and com- , L^, rb.nice - - even i sb for Io> :,lty |iaioon and the news of tlio ( Franco-Aiiierkiin nituek to pinch out 1 the St Mlhlel salient, which ihe tier-luunK drove into the. French line 111 I September, 1014, and has stood ever J tflnre, wii* received hero with the \ Kientest enthusiasm and, accordiuK to 1 Urltish correspondents at the front, j who heard of the good 'progress the , Americans are making, with equal en-j thusiiism there. ! As it IdK advance, in this direction j would soon cause ureal inconveniencn i to the enemy hetore Metis, it is fully j expected that every resistance will be ! made. Acconlini; lo military experts, j of wanes j the Herman front between Verdun and 1 the Swiss frontier for runny mouths has been only thinly held, with infer-: lor troops in comparison with the remainder of the front to the a�a nnd one of the objects Gen. Lurisndoi'ff had in shortening the front was to utilize troops thus obtained to strengthen this line. (jiui. Lmlt::K5t**? undoubtedly ��. APPEAL TO REORGANIZE CAN'. FOOD HOARD Winnipeg. Sept. 13.-A committee, representing the board of trade, the ratail merchants' association and the wholesalers, waited on Hon. N. W. Rowell today to confer with him as to the proper channelo nt Ottawa through which to ask for a reorganization of the Canada food administration. cry one up to the fact that America tuu-'t rcali.-.e what the world is iaciiiK over here. Can't jou see it can't America see It bow everytbinp; is haniTiiiLf in t!i" balance and I know 'Iff 'he weight shall cast it down is when >our luaihltin for tlu-hi . ho will so burn in yon a-, io make you count nothi.ii; coiishli)!- nothing -but his extermination. ' Denounce the "UpliUers" The writer evidently has not a very liieli veiTard tor some of ih" uplift" work heiiiK done bv Americans, for he lias ibis to say: "'i moved rapidly in the camps; At llaiimi, A. T. I'finviirden. .1.1'., lit was a constant procession of roil ordered Harry DowlInK, 11 farmer at ! dici s and all 1 f the imiltitudinous folk fiunnynook, to pay $7,", as wanes to i who come in er here 10 do Youiik I'ercy (irouuds. (irouttds was eiiKHn''d 1 Mn- THE COMING MAJESTIC ONE WEEK COMMENCING CJ7PT 1� NEXT MONDAY................ OJuF 1  ID THE MYSTERIOUS MA8TER OF MENTAL MYSTERY DR. ZELL HUNT ASSISTED BY MISS NEL.LE BURKE, CLAIRVOYANT ENTIRE CHANGE OF PROGRAMME NIGHTLY � THE DANCING BUGS, THE HORNETS' NEST, 1 THE SAD FISHERMEN, THE STRENGTH TESTS, THE LOCAL SUBJECTS, tsa THE HOSPITAL SCENE Bargain Prices .. . 25c, 35c, 50c Try To Get In 04 7458 133683 ;