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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - September 17, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 17, 1018 THE LETHBR1DGE OAILT HERALD PAGE FIVE Summary by Associated Press. (Ion. 1'orKliliiK's firs' American army tiimliiiK hnforo iho frit-trims of Moli, |ih strnit'lilonod tts linen across tlio im> of tho St. Mlhicl snllimt. II is limvn thin. Ihoro Is a heavy cuiiceii-nulon in tain region and It is expccl-i the, AmnrluanH will not. give the lie my much time to rerii|>ernli>. In the, VoKRoa thoro In Krcat. anility hy the enemy, who ovidnnt.'y ex- ANCHOR-DONALDSON LINE POPULAR SERVICE Canada to Glasgow }er full information apply to Agents r Company's Office, 270 Main 8t., Winnipeg. pools Iho Americans lu attack to tho went of tlio Ithlne. In IIiIh sector, Hie Americans are aiandlng on (ierman noil and an nasiinlt tliorc would. If �u> raptured' the eastern fringe of the height east of Vauxaillon, where the footing. On the �> > �> > * : � 1-mont holds sway, and n faithful Hi wash Indian. j Helmrint. swears further revenge j against Strut ton for what he calls a "further insult." A short, time Intel, t Hill loai its that an old villagi i, | "Lucky." is none other than Matthew j Dtirant. The man hurl struck it rich, at first, but after lot won bis pseu , " ] donym fortune turned. His letters to ' | Evelyn, however, .said nothing of 11� � 1 truth, ami led the ;;r| t, believe lie j was the millionaire owner of I he Hain-i bow Mine. i Alice I low ell in "Automatics" audi G. Hamper in "Tangled Lives." j Last Times Tonight BILLIE BURKE IN EVESDAUGHTER and 'TOTO' IN "THE MOVIE DUMMY" WEDNESDAY-THURSDAY PATH E PRESENTS BESSIE LOVE IN "HOW COULD YOU CAROLINE?" AT THE EMPRPSS | One of the most, powerful picture;, j ever made is William Fa, num's en- I grossing de luxe production. "Hough i and Keady." which crimes in Hie Km- j press theatre tomorrow. The. s'orv j depicts, in great, bold strokes, a man's j sturdy fight in the far Northland to | r'Rht. -i deep wrong. Through the underliatidel manln.ila- | fions of Jack llelniout. Bill St rat Ion | is cheated out or the love of Evolvn [ Ijurant, n inntherles-. giri, whom lo has protected since her father, Mat EMPRESS WEDNESDAY ,*ND THURSDAY POSITIVELY Wm. Farnum in 'Rough & Ready' -TONIGHT- Alice Howell in "Automaniacs" ALSO GENEVIEVE HAMPER in "TANGLED LIVES" MAJESTIC ONE NIGHT ONLY Next MON., Sept. 23rd lE COMTEK FLESHER'/taM/ THE GORGEOUS A bevy of stunning show girls with tha big musical comedy spectacle , . . . ,. . ,, . , ,,....................................- My Soldier Girl," which comet to the Majestic for one night only, next ukn,". >ms l"nvl\r" ,\Plr lln^H "l the city In which she made scores noSday. September 23rd. I T� � ^^^T^^^ ^^-^ AT STAR1,aND Bessie Love, tho tlelightrul little Tnthe star of "How Could You, Caro-| line?" which will be shown at Star-luiiiy hnrl gained a , laud Wednesday ami Thursday, has oadlcaillngfromLat-ihee.il decorated by the {"tilted States faux toward the east, the enemy press-' government authorities for "merltor-ed us back slightly. I Ions service" for her aid In soiling "During the afternoon, after the \ War Saving Stamps. Only three oth-strongest nrtiilery fire, rennivcil in- j or people have tin- distinction of sin h fantiy attacks, which began, fulled ; an honor out of the entire population tinder eounler-nttncks by the H�n-j of Los Angeh s. over, Uruns.ivlck and Oldenburg re-' The decoration of Minsi Love follow-serve regiments. In the evening, they | h(M. viKO,-oiis campaign throughout of AUCTION SALE 40 Head of CATTLE INCLUDING COWS, HEIFERS AND STEERS FOLLOWING INSTRUCTIONS WILL SELL BY PUBLIC AUCTION, ON SATURDAY, September 21 AT TAINTER & P0RTE0US SALE BARN, TABER SALE AT ONE O'CLOCK W. A. PORTEOU8, Auctioneer TERMS CASH E. B. TAINTER, Clerk which were supported by armorrrl | ears. In the southern part, of Vailly,; minor engagements continued. In tho' Champagne, a nocturnal thrul; by | ' 1= -a/ AUCTION SALE ON THE PREMISES, 809 SEVENTH AVE. SOUTH WED. NEXT, SEPT. 18th AT TWO OCLOCK FRANK WADDINGTON INSTRUCTED BY THE OWNER, WILL SELL BY AUCTION, AS ABOVE, A QUANTITY OF USEFUL HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE And effeatt Including: Solid oak sideboard; oak extension dlntnur table; two nets of oak dining chairs; G-ptoee mahogany parlor suite; oak combination china cabinet; "New England" a�w-Ins machine; sanitary lounge; centre tables; upholstered easy chair; (our boda and springs and two mattresses; two oak dressers and stands; 'j-burner New Perfection oil stove; kitchen table; kitchen cabinet; Moffat's "Admiral" range In splendid condition; quantity linoleum; camp col; window shades; dtshes; glauswavo; rookery and uunierons smaller effects. TERMS 0A8M AUCTIONEER'S PHONES 770-469 tres and in public halls. The popular little screen star met with a warm reception on every occasion and fold nn astounding number of saving stamps. It is estimated that the total tho'Tn7m\"to 'ihe'smith'of n'ipont was' ot "Pr stllrs for ,hc l'lKKcat (lr'>' repulsed. At tho Cotcs-Lor-Lorraiue. exceed SlO.tlOn. near St. Hlliilre nnd west of Joun-! At the conclusion of her speech-mnk villi', wo carried out successful enterprises. Partial attacks by the enemy against llautnont and northeast of Thlaucourt was repulsed. The artillery nctlvlty waH limited Tr> destructive) fire. Yesterday we shot down 4t enemy airplanes. Col. Lorr.er achieved his -loth and Lieut. Humny hiB ;t.">th victory. Lieut. Thuy achieved his 30th aerial victory." British Advance Line London, Sept. It!.-British troops today advanced their line in the vicinity of I'loogstert and Ypres, in Plunders, iccordlng to tho official statement Issued this evening hy the British war office. The allies are moving forward on a front of more than 12 miles and have captured tho village of Ciradosh-nitza, L'O miles east of Monastlr. A .lugo Slav division is fighting with the Serbs ami'* French and has reached Kozlak, the most Important position In tho region of the offensive. Tho allied troops have captured more than liOliO prisoners and M guns. Their casualties have been slight. Courageous Fight With the French Armies in the Field. Mondily, Sept. ]�.-(Associated Proas).-Creeping on all fours over plateaus ami up ravines dotted with Gorman quick-firers, tho French are seeking out hidden machine gun nests ntul reducing them with grenades, when found. (Son. Mangln's troops aro making ono of tho most courageous and most admirable fights of this war south of St. (lobaln fornHt against what a high French official has described as a "natural citadel, that men havo been per-fortlng for four yenrs." Tho French made COO more prisoners In this region today under conditions of difficulty, which can scarcely ho appreciated except by pornoim on the ground. They gained 1000 yards over a front of -Mi miles which would seem Insignificant In proportion to tho effort wore tho positions loss important. Bvory 100 yards of an advance made here weakens a pillar in the resistance In St. Gobaln forest. An order signed by the general commanding a German division defending these positions was .found on a prisoner. The document points out how vital it was to hold the line* there. "If the height lo the east ot Laftaux remains in our hands," say* the order, "it prevents the enemy from obtaining a view of both sides of the canal from the Olio to the Aisne. If It falls into the enemy's liands, it gives him a moat favorable point for future attacks. "1 expect," casttM^n the order, ONE NIGHT PIN THIS UPON WIFESJRESSER Warns Women Against Cutting Corns and Saya They Lift Right Out. Because style decrees that worn en crowd and buckle up their tender toes in high heel footwear they suffer from corns, then they cut and trim at these painful posts] which merely makes tho coral grow hard. This suicidal habit mayi cause lockjaw and women are| warned to stop it. A few drops of a drug culled freefone applied directly upon u soro com gives quick relief and soon the entire corn, root and all, lifts out without, pain. Ask the drug store man for a quarter of an ounce of freozone, which costs very little but Is sufficient to remove every hard of soft corn or callus "rom one's feet. r This drug Is gummy but it dries In a moment and Blmply shrlvols1 up the corn without Inflaming or oven irritating tho surrounding lis suo or skin.--Advertisement. bio pony" ballet -features- fimTATION WALK-AM AERIAL FLIGHT GIRLS'AVIATION CORK INACTION. BALLET OF BEWITCHING BEAUTIES. BRIGADE OF WONDERFUL 0'Rt.S Prices ........ $1.50, $1.00, 75c, 60c Seat Sale Opens Thursday a.m. at Theatre Box Office. LtCOMtft % FLISHM PII9HJT 1 THE GORGEOUS MUSICAL SPKTAOE - WITH AtolUUItY ATMM�Ntm- MAJESTIC-NEXT MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 23 Y JOLD1ER GIRL Book By J.LORCH BABER KiUSIC BY OMER HEBERT 6RIGHT>CI�AN*UVElY GREAT NEW YORK CAST-BIG CHORUS A CUTTERING WML" COSTUMES-SCENERY SEE THIS SHOW WHATEVER YOU DO. Prices.......... $1.50, $1.00, 75c, 50c Seat S.Me Opens Thursday a.m. at Theatre Box Off lee j LEMON JUICE t TAKES OFF TAN Girls! Make bleaching lotion if skin is sunburned, tanned or freckled t i .'^�^...�(^.^"^."."-"""""'^"""* Squeese the juice of two lemons into a bottle containing three ounces of Orchard White, shake well, and you have a quarter pint ot the beat freckle, sunburn and tan lotion, and complexion beautlfler, at very, very small cost. Your crocer hag the lemons and any drug store Or toilet counter will supply three ounces of Orchard Waite for a few cent*. Massage this sweetly fra. grant lotion into the face, neck, arms and bandt each day and aee how freoklea, aunDurn,. wlndburn and tan disappear and how clear, soft and white the akin beeomei. Yea! It la harmless. PULL TOGETHER Are we, as a community, pulling together? Or are we pulling in opposite directions? Organization is the great community need of the day. Without organization men and women are apt to sink below the level of mules. Even mules, in times of danger or panic, have been known to co-operate. They sometimes kick together. If it were given to mules to think, they would wonder at the ways of men. That men and women, living and working in the same community, should refuse to co-operate, is one of the riddles of civilization. The only benefits worth having are the benefits we can share with our neighbors. Individual benefits count for little. It is the Co-operative effort that brings everlasting good. Good roads, factories, better schools, good markets can only be secured when all pull together. Every man, woman and child in this community should give one hour each day to community work. But, don't wait for someone else to start it. There is work for you to do. Bo-gin with yourself. \ ;