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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - September 14, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 14, THE, LF.THR RIDGE DAILY lW#*1.7t PAGE FTVK French Launch Offensive at St. Gobain Positions; Take Prisoners; Yanks Advance London. Sop!. 14.- The llritish forces captured more Hum l.riuO Herman i when Ihey look Iho towns of .lliivriiicoiirt and Krosi'ourl. on Thurs day. I Associated l'rcss). Marshal Kuril linn launched an offensive moviuiieiil wliUli seems main ly Id 1),' aimed al llii- St. Cohaln limn-t-lf, gtuirriing 111'1 Cerimin citadel or I .not). Th" Kn-nrli this morning attacked on HotH sides of 1 lit- river Ai' rast of .li-:inron it In l-'l.iml' , s. I'-ii ttsli forces have or.ilpi"d the town oi Anrhy l"s l.a liaise.�, only a lii'le niore than a mile i-mu tlm town of l.a lliissee Ri-.idjust Lines London Sept II North of i|p- old St. MlliiW ali'-iil. id., t, � - in i -. ii ; are : ridJuMiiu; tln-lr Hie In the neighborhood of ('ha'ilhin. -dx miles :iorth�"-t of !-*i- � -~11 -.-. the etiem> i> retir.in: ami Kreneh patrols at" ill lonrh with Intu. Th" Herman- iiavi- rone hark for a ditatnc ,if one tu l.vn inili-s at till-point. It i.- pointed out th.it any advance mad" by th" Ki' ten in til" mirth of the All-tie river will -crinu-lv aft"; I 'he St (loliain in.i:--if Witt! De3patr.li 1.melon, Sept 11 The \nfihati first army ha-; earned out w:ih th" ut Herman divisions. among I hem men from the landwehr and landsturni. The Austro-Hungarhiiis made prison-ers came from the MtJnd. IH'Mli. I2atli. :!""�!h and ill alii regiment*. Tim prisoners assort that (lie casualties resulting from the American lire wen-very le-avy. Among 111" ruptlves wore nnniei-iius officer.', who freely criticized the high romimind lor what they teinied hail judgment ' British Gains. I London. Sept. lNorthwest (,f St. Qiictitiu. ilie llritish have gained addi-|tional ground around Vermaiid and I .leanroiirt and. in the region of l.a | llasse.-, liave made further progress, according to '!ie official coiniiuinh a-jtion issued lonlKht. In Hie latter re-; rIoii, territory kIvIHk the llritish a j wide i-atiRe over the outlying dis-llrk'ts has heen reportid. | German Statement Merlin, Sept. 1-1. -t via London I - ! Advances made by both the 'Herman and enemy lories in the Cutial du Nurd sector yesterday led to violent ' i'iKlilltiK at Moenvtes and llavrin-I court, says tin- official statement, is-'sued today by the ib-nnnii army head- ' l|tlill tel.-, lie! ween the l.on line hill.--, and the .Moselle river the day pa;-rd l-.itll ; tiioilerale activity. (In; statement adds. � Th" enemy did not continue bis at- � links. I'eist of ('ombres and norl'ii-iweai of Thiaiiroiii I. the em .ny felt iliis way lov.ard the Herman line. 1 Tin- to.l reads: "Northwest in' lllx-i hoot" we made pnsutlers during the repulse (1f par tial ."ti.uks by tie- etirmy. "In tii" caiiat s"i-inr our and enemy advaine.t b-d in violent. fi�htinrT at ' Mo'-iivres and I lavrinroiirt. partial enemy attacks at (iou/eaiicotirt, north of Vermatiil and o;i both sides of the llat.i St. (jiientln road wi-fi "(Jetieral sttarks by (lie enemy Ii t�'"'ti Hie .'Hle'ie and the Alsne, after strote; aiiillery preparation, failed in of our lilies. Ill the evening. I'rus-iatis iepelie'1 fresii at- ItiK ittfack in which liquid Tiro wn.) employed- was made, against, our prml-i llotiH northivest of (Jouzeauoourt. After forelnc our advanced postK to wllh-i draw, this altnclr also was successfully , beaten off. "Local rii;lttiriK luok place yimter-liny in the .Moruvres serttir without iiiatcrial change in the situation, llur-Ini? (lie nif;ht. the enemy :ittarl,ei| i south of Moenvi'os and was repulsed, j We estalilisliei] a Dew post durltir. the |iiIkI:' alani: the west hank of th'-Caunl rlu Nord Caurliy. "In th occupied ami in tin La Uassei Aiirliy-1( elrthhorhood o'' ee region, we have i-La llassee." For Hie cantern offices, thr- company! proposed JI2;!.7r., $112.So and $98.50, the men asked $12:1.25. ?110.0ft and $112.7.7. The hoard gave JlliM.ZS, $117.-' 50 and ?lO"'i.'is. j The iti'-n ahd a^ked for *Pu a month : minimum fur all Morse operators for !.i'7,or relay offires. The company left tint questloii open tn the hotifil. whi'li � sliibllHhed it at $->r. Mi ii niont-h. The. board fiirllier estalilish"d the rale fin-iiutomaric operators at ?7.1.no a month, as a minimum and .?�"..�!> after mi" Viir's service. The new wap- schedule j;i effec live as from May I, the new rules ruvcrnini: overtime and hours of s> r-viee coming into r-ffr^rtt on October | Tile men have accepted the' award and nf;ree to work until May 1 next. 'A' ''V'/'--to. r, What the Press Agents Say deceit, patty thievery and slander? Hnriuel Myers, starring in "The City of Te.nrs," a ma.Rte.rf ul Illiiebirtl protlnc-Hon, plays the role of Hoaa Cari'.lo, l"ft. (Institute when an opera comptmy  s'-etHerl nn fiuiinrlnl reefs. In tilt) *sim� mlf-fortuno Is Katriiin Mntzoti-hoinier. Kat.rlna steals what. Iltt.la money Itosa has left, to tldn her throui'h the. v.'lnler ntid worki for her downfall tfirouplt decnit. awl slander with no apparent, reason. It: 1s slit) who contrives to have Rosa's benefactor arrested on an ut;ly charge wdion, h" was in reality doini; lots of pood. How Rosa. Carlllo returns good for evil and triumphs over untruth in spite of terrific obstacles is stronejly depicted in "The City of Tears," which is ; to be shown at the Kmpress tonight. uviition Army at the I'miU People's Forum 800 MEN raEDli A VETERANS' PARK Lelhbriihto Daily Ilera'i.l: -Atnotii; the various probleni", day. is oti" that may have per-UUite a liii'Ke proportion of our : rent tacks. "There I ween th' of Orm's .....1.1. the 'v.is artillery iirtivity lie-Aisne and Hie Vesle. South md on the \'i r.inn-l-.'lain ii'-iny ivii ; repulsed " 1 British Official j Lot,.Ion. Se- l |. The |,.-,t of the liritl- Ii oi'fi. it! ;|iinmen' reads : ; "Ti:e iiniif 11,-1- of pi i.-oners raptured by ii- in the opiT.itiontatri.-d out 1 bv tie- Third army with complete sue '.�.; in 'he 11.: vrincourt " ml Tri-si null , -ei tor oil III" 12th exceeds I .""10. \- tin re nit of tin- progress made, on- lumps northwe.-t of St. ({iien- l-Mi I oi-Slr.-of the plexed population, i.e., u fittini; memorial to our Klorious dead. Now the way that the (i.W.V.A. in Medicine Hat have ,1-olved the problem is pecuiiarlv appro- ; � ptiiite. iiiiistiiurh as they have deMd's) t j with the help of Hie public to ereci .i I park, which will (jive every facility i ! for the children to play to their  1 hearts' content, and yet at the satn" 'time it win he a filtiiiR memorial.. ; Tin n iitain it will be for Hie older I folks as well, lint w" wi�h lo siiy that it r parti; ularly for the children that ,' ive wish lo cater (o, by clvini; them 1 free mill unspoiled enjoyim-nt. I SpeakiiiK i;eneriilly tliis park will : rover lonelily some ac res, and will j embrace a i oupl" of i reeks and a larKo nnniber of lurne ITees, so that any one it will realize that it. is a oasis on th" prairie. It Is in the east end of the city of Medicine Hat. and is in easy communication from any part of the Hat. II is a typically exi|tli.-ite spot, and one well fitted to the purpose, of which lite (I.W.V.A. of Medicine Hat ;ir" III" sponsors; namely a histini; memorial to tlio.e of onr boys who have.ftotie west, and to tho^e who shed their i,!nod .-/> unsparingly, so that the future generations will frmv up In a free and enlightened country, free of the 11 ere .H0I10 w her" "d. �d repulsed, ' wli vrltahl situated Moulrenl. S"pl. 1 1 an- affected in Hi" v a the CP.It. leleKrnp!,' : Tin- represr'iitat !\" Cfiipliers' union ri� � - a the board lor bett.-r t, accorded them by a i-tion which consliiei� t Th" award annoum --d the v.:u;e addition an slous "ranted the in ! but did not put tli'tn I the morse ope'ralor men e tor tele- .ih-il to w re .nn :na m: -ids. ' 1"' .ise.i i'llll''!'.-- oil' ilia- . . e aiid aiitn-'." -"tvlce Of ;:.! iiin �:r:- 'i r."i �! In Hi larger in on- -man statin time and a half, otitic.  ion v. ith Hi' mat'".- in tin oi pn.p;iit. Assisted by Miss Nolle Kurke. a j ' i.iit-voyant of ex! raordlnary ability.! ib. Hunt cives a most instructive and i-t.tertaiuint; demonstration ot the ' marvel': of modern hyprintlsm and �'lent it !' mental telepnlliy. He uses in. p.i,iipln.riinlia. of any kind. but simply relics upon his maijnetie per-ii.f.tty tn ii/'complish hi? ends. On Monday uli;iit Hr. iliint will call for Hi" a-sistanre of fifteen local ladles and nentleinon upon the hIhkc. .',r tli" doctor will lie at tile Majes-'h for ; in-- eptire wi "k. i' is rerinin that i:r"nt inter.w:ll be attarhed to it;-, cucaijeinent thr.iiujliout (he week. AT THE EMPRESS Whs' strain-" influence moulds the mind of a pretty youiii; Rirl to deal In Monday and Tuesday PARAMOUNT PICTURES PRE8ENT, BEAUTIFUL Billie Burke IN "EVE'S DAUGHTER" ALSO "TOTO" IN "The Movie Dummy" 1111 li^ A Proqram Worth ^ Seeing, i at rat' .; :'..r fix the com-tes of tre.im into Her man lerrltmy. And the southern nut.-forttfii'ntloiiri of Met... the "1'eat tier man Htronxholil In Lorraine, were only four miles dltitaut No Iris than i:',.:'.uu Hermans had been counted so far and many jtuns and machine emu and Ions and ions Sf ammunition and other war .stores were In American hands American Prisoners. With the American Army in I'rancc, Jn'Pt. ll!.--Th� prisoners taken by the Americann have come from seven tn ri'i-.ivi r the positions ruptured by ii- in tie ie'h;lihoi liood of (loiu-eim . nir' and Havrinrourl. "Yi'sterday, a slrotiK hostile attack i in which the en,-my employed llamej lbri�'.vers was repulsed with heavy] , losses south of (iouzeaticourt. We se-i ired several prisoner-". "At llavrhtcoui'l. the enemy attach |i,l ye'terday mornitiK i'1 fore--, under . i-nvi'i of it heavy artillery bombard-jmri'i :.�il penetrated the eastern portion of :|ic vl|la|;e. Ariel' hard fil'.lltlni: I llie afack from the Herman iufitn'ry was driven off and our positions were j restored. Worth of Havrlncottrf. w p.-Jvnncwi slit htly between the vlllape nml the Canal. In the eveninc iln- eueniy ai-; tucked east of Trcscault and gained iooiiti): in our trenches, but was dilven nut immediately. leaving a , nutiilmr of dead in front of our line "OurlnK the niftht, n strong bomb- awful tyranny and oiipr. Iluu i'i'Rinii' would havu Now the reason that sm h a b-iii-th and with I loll, is thill llli'le ale one or two members of "[>" conipany of the ii;ird Hiittallon. who thought it would he a Kood Idea to let the people ot Leth-bridKc know this, ami we would appreciate any suftftestions from the wives and relatives of the hays of that company lor a flltini; memorial to be erected to thei." memory. Of course wo would appreciate subscriptions also, as we are r.ot in a position to carry this out ourselves, lui' thinkiiiK that lh"i'e are plenty of pet sous who would only be too pleased to donate to an (-vei lasting memorial, is the reason we write. ! is not our purpose to take away the widow's mite.^uo'.- are we askltiR for indiscriminate subscriptions, but rcaliriHK ihe injod of somethlnr; permanent, which we MiKKesl should take the shape of a drillkiiiK louiitnln for tl.e children, which would have a plate or slope each side, suitably en-t craved to the memory ot the hoys of | "I> i ome,.;iy of the Oitrd Battalion, j Any amount or suggest loll will he \ > hearlilv welcomed, and we wish to re- contributions .ilelv for the liet ale that any such will be used wholly and said memorial. , We wish to remain, yours in antlci pat Ion, lt. Kverett. Si.TRt . Late "IV Coy. ti-lrd I3n. Ii. Sims, Ituntl Master, LaUt tiilrd lliitln. EMPRESS tjsW CARMEL MYERS IN 4 The City of Tears' IT'S A BLUEBIRD L. Lloyd in a Screaming Comedy "Sick 'Em Towser." Coming-Willi.im Fnrnum in "Rough and Ready"-Another Cracker ExtraortJiiiary Attraction Hext Wrt MAJESTIC THEATRE SPECIAL TA ONE WEEK COMMENCING QPnT Ml NEXT MONDAY................ OEjI 1  lO Prices, 25c, 35c, SOc THE KING BEE OF HIGH CLASS ENTERTAINBM V.. V.. An'GI.'5, Montreal. Diivctor oi C. V. R. Who is In the west with Lord Shunt-hnes-v DR. > * ? DR. BELAND TjORR Shauohnkspy. Who Is touriuK tlio west through Calgary today. tU o first time. In two years, llo passed > Canada's Greeting Upon His Return From Europe Illy J. W. IhtiKh in C'anailian Home .lournali Little llateose, go on dn Bai'den now, And pick de flower pure, w'to and hrluK to me, Dat's for put on de bnttoti-'olu for show Dorteur Itnland is 'oiiw from 'cross de son. I'lck de w'le flower, dat's nialtli do soul of 'im In all de year V suffer Kt'ief and pain, WoopiiiK de hitter tear till eye is dim For bride dat's die, 'e will not see iiKiiin. W'to flower- tint's liko do love de doe-leur show He poor llelKiiine wen she is trample, down; Xol try for ion away from dere. Oh, no! nut. lak do hero, stay for lace do Hun. W'to flower-dat's tell do story how he look W'en he Is prisoner of do brute de Hohc1i�. Lak' ro*o dat's 'moug do ogly blisters look- 1 go and fight dose dovll, too, ba bosh! w'to flower on my bollon-'ole, dat's prayer Do lion Dion bless you always, cluue Heland, And w'on Quebec boy 'e Ret over dere 'K'll set lie w* iStisn Hoscho, you undortflaiM*'. ZELL HUNT SCIENTIFIC HYPNOTIST SENSATIONAL TELEPATHIST ASSISTED BY MISS NELLIE BURKE, CLAIRVOYANT, AND CLASSES OF LOCAL YOUNG LADIES AND GENTLEMEN MIND READING-HYPNOSIC-ART-MUSIC- COMEDY-SCIENCE-FUN ENTIRE CHANGE EACH NIGHT Dr. mint is pluylni? to packed houses in every city on this, ltls fourth Canadian tour. This la his first visit to Lothbriilgo. He, la in a class bv hlmaoif. Tho capacity of tho Majcflte. theatre Is limited. Bo there Monday night, but got reserved seats onrly if you waut good scuts. THIS WILL BE THE BEST YOU EVER SAW. M k I17QTirEn*'re Week oi Monday, Sept. 16 1Y1AJL3UI Bwgain prices 25c 35c 50c A now photo of Col. .1. S. Dennis, of tho C. 1\ K., who has conducted | a most successful rocruttint; campaign for llritish and Canadian forces in | tho United State*. ;