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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - September 17, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta TUESDAY^ SEPTEMBER 17, 191S the LETglBRroGE daplt HERAUD PAGE FIVE 0 RECOPERATEINLOME Summary by Associated Press. Oen. Pershing's first American army landing betore tUe fortrass of Uotz, straightened its' lines across the tse of the St. Mihiel salient. It is iiown that there Is a heavy concen-ratlon In this region and it Is expoct-? the Americans will not give the hemy much time to recuperate. Tn the Vosges there Is great actl-Uy by the enemy, who evidently ex- ^CHOR-DONALDSON LINE POPULAR SERVICE Canada to Glasgow 6r full information apply to Agents r Company's Office, 270 Main St., . � Winnipeg. pects the Americans to attack to the west of the Rhine. In tills sector, the Americans are slandins on German soil and aA assault there would, it succ'osstul, carry the war nearer to tha heart ot Germany thon at any point along the line. In Flanders. In the Flanders area the British have nearly reached the lines they hold when the Germans launched their attack In April on each side ot Arnion-tleres. This, too, Is a sector where an allied offensive may .be expected. Allied successes along the front in Macedonia may 'Indicate that the quiet period in the near east is at an end. Strategists have pointed put that a great offensive on this front would have Immodiato results in determining A bevy of stunning sh^w girls with the big musical comedy apeetaele >My Soldier Girl," which comes to the Majestic for one night only, next Monday, September 23rd. , AUCTION SALE 40 Head of INCLUDING COWS, HEIFERS AND STEERS following instructions will sell by public auction, 6n SATURDAY, September 21 AT TAINTER & PORTEOUS SALE BARN, TABER SALE AT ONE O'CLOCK W. A. PORTEOUS, Auctlonser TERMS CASH ' E. B. TAINTER, Clerk AUCTION SALE ON THE ntEMISES, m SEVENTH AVE. SOUTH WED. NEXT, SEPT. I'sth AT TWO OCLOCK FRANK WADDINGTON INSTRUCTED BY THE OWNER, VVII,L SELL BY AUCTION, AS ABOVE, A QUANTITY OF USEFUL HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE Aaa effects Including: Solid oak sideboard; oal( eztension dlnbig table; two seta ot oak dining chairs; 6-piece mahogany psrler suite; oak combination cblna cabinet; "New Bngland" aew-ioc machine;. sanitary lounce; centre tables; upholstered .easy ' chair; four beds and springs and two mattresses; two. oak dress- -era snd etands; 3-bnmer New Perfection oil stove; kitcbeh. liable; kltclien �ablnot; Moffat's "Admiral" range in splendid condition; Quantity linoleum; oner. The document points out bow vital it was to hold the lines tber*; "If the height to the east of Lattav(X remains in our bands," says the order, "it prevents the enemy from obtaining a view of both sides of tbn canal from the Oise to the Aisne. If it falls into the enemy's bands, it gives him a most favorable point for future attacks. "I expect." coMtain the order,, �: * *' � > 4> C,N.R. TAKES STRIKE VOTE ? Edmonton, Sept, 16.-A strike Brotherhood ot Railroad Em- ? ployes, throughout the system ? ? ? .mlles between Allemant and Vail-ly. Mn doing so they conquered tour, caves at the summit o� the heights from which the stone was quarried to build the city .of Soissons. One of the caves measured 400 to 300 yards and has a dcjzen galleries through which an automobile can pass. An entire German battalion was made prisoner in one of the caves, while in another a colonel with his entire staff was taken. All the caves were defended by machine guns that were raised to the mouth of the cave to be fired when the French approached. This sort of resistance was particularly stubborn at the top of Mont des Signes, where the French troops exterminated the garrison, which belonged to the Fifth Prussian Guards divisions. They also occupied the chateau northeast 'of Vauxaillon definitely after It had been taken and retaken several times. All the stone quarries and caves that were not defended to the last by the enemies were mine quarries before the war and were abandoned. Got Experience, Ail Right With tflfe American Force in Lor-raine,'Sept. 17.-(Associated Press).- (3 p.m.).-^An American patrol in a raid early this morning in the general region northwest "ot Thiaucourt. captured five non-commissioned officers and killed seven others. The German prisoners say they had received orders to hold their positions, unless strongly attacked. The noncommissioned officers were from an officers' school in the vicinity ot Con-tlans. The said they had been ordered to the front for practical experience. Cut Them Off With the French Armies in the Field, Sept. 16.-(Associated Press)-French infantrymen, advancing in, the hills between the Aisne-Allette, cut off from retreat a German detachment of pioneers. The Germans surrendered with zeal. The French found later that theyv completed Uie placing of a number of mines^ Ing tour she was summoned to the headquarters ot the National Savings Stamp''Committce at Los Angeles. In the presence ot a largo crowd of Jirom-Inent buslrfess men she was ottlcially thanked and decorated for "meritorious service" with the exclusive cni-blen;. of the national committee. at StXrLAND Bessie Love, the delightful little Pathe star of "How Could You, Caroline?" which will be shown at Star-land Wednesday and Thursday, has been decorated by the United States government authorities for. "meritorious Befvioe" ror-^l^ aid iln selling War Saying Stamps,'^;" Only three other people have the distinction of such an honor out of the entire population of LOS Angeles. "The decoration of Miss Love followed her vigorous campaign throughout the city in which she made scores of speeches, on street corners, in theatres and in public halls. The popular little screen star met with a warm reception on every occasion and sold an astounding number of saving stamps. It Is estimated that the total of her sales for the biggest day will exceed ?10,000. At the conclusion of her speech-mak- PIN THIS UPON WIFE'SjT Warns Women Against Cutting Corns and Says They Lift Right Out. Because style decrees that en crowd and'buckle up their tend er toes in high heel footwear they suffer from corns, then they-cut and trim at these painful pests) which merely makes the corn grow hard. This suicidal habit may cause lockjaw and women are warned to stop it. , A few drops ot a drug called [freezone applied directly iipon a sore corn 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 freezone, which costs very little but Is sufficient to remove every hard of soft com or callus from one's feet. � This drug is gummy but it dries in a moment and simply shrivels up the corn without Inflaming or even irritating the surrounding tis sue or skin.-Advertisement. LEMON JUICE TAKES OFF TAN Girls! Make bleaching lotion if skin is sunburned, tanned or freckled Squeese the juice of two lemons into a bottle containing three ounces of Orchard White, shalte well, and you have a quarter pint ot the best freckle, suobiim and tan lotion, and complexion beautlfler, At very, very small cost. Your grocer has the lemons and any drus Btore ^ toilet counter will supply .tliree ounces ot Orchard Wbtte for a tew cents. Massage this swieetly fra^ grant lotion into the face, neck, arms and bands each day and see how freckles; sunDum,;^^1iipd|)urn and tan disappear: and'�ho�r^el�iu-, soft and white the skin beOMnei.^rjre,! ^'It la Harmless. AT THE MAJESTIC yThe season's greatest musical comedy success, "My Soldier Girl," a novel play with military atmosphere coming to the Majestic for one night only, next Monday, Sept. 2,1rd, presents more than a score of big novelties ot which the grand illumination of New York City on the rise ot Uie curtain is a revelation In electrical effects. "Flirtation Walk," an illuminated run-board extending from tlip. stage � out over the orchestra seats and running more than halt way to the back wall of the theatre is probably the most popular. During the first two acts the big "pony" ballet j)resent four tuneful and entertaining numbers out on the "walk" and receive their .share of encores. Gorgeous costumes are one ot tlic features of the run-board numbers worn by bewitching beauties who are good to look upon. The big feature in the second a'ct is an aerial flight. Dixie Harrison, captain of the aviation corps, sails away in a modem airplane that measures 2'i feet tip to tip and comes as a big surprise right at the (Inale of the act after the clever ballet have performed a novel drill in aviation costume. AT THE EMPRESS One of the most powerful pictures ever made is William Parnum's engrossing de luxe production, "Rough and Ready," which comes to the Empress theatre tomorrow. The story depicts, in great bold strokes, a man's sturdy fight in the far Northland to right a deep wrong. Through the underhandel manipulations of Jack Belmout, Bill Stratton is cheated out of the love of Evelyn Durant, a motherless girl, whom he has protected since her father. Mat- MAJESTIC ONE NIGHT ONLY Next MON., Sepi. 23rd LECONTE^FLESHER-^r^ 20 TUNEFUL ^^^^^"PONY* -FEATURES- nrnTATlON WALK-AM A^IAL FUGHT 6IRlSAVlATI0Na)RK INACTIW. BALLET OF B�WIKHINQ BEAUTIES. BftlGMEOFWONOERFUL efPLS Prices $1.50, $1.00, 75e, 50e Seat Sale Opens Thursday a.m. at Theatre Box Office. thew, left to search for gold. To forget tilts biggest sorrow of his life Bill returns again fo the .'ogiou ot ice and cold, whore the trail is as long na the enduring anow. He finds liimself, after many months, in Yellow Gulch, primitive and picturesque as its name. At "The Nugget," the chief .gathering place ot the miners, he stops a crooked faro game and incurs onco again the enmity of Belmont, now tho proprietor of the place. Bill's kindness and his sense of justice win him two firm friends, "Beauty" Estello Darrow, dance-hall belle, over whom .Tack Belmont hoU\H s\vay, and a faithful Si-wash Indian. Belmont swears further revenge against Stratton tor what he cMls a "further insult." A short time later. Bill learns that an old villager, "Lucky," is none other than Matthew Durant. The man had struck it rich at first, but after he won his pseudonym fortune turned. His letters to Evelyn, however, said nothing ot the truth, and led the giii to believe he was the millionaire owner of the Rainbow Mine. Alice Howell in "Automatics" and G. Hamper in "Tangled Lives." Last Times Tonight BILLIE BURKE IN ^ EVE'S DAUGHTER and 'TOTC IN "THE MOVIE DUMMY" W E D N E8 D A Y-t H U R8DA y PATHE PRESENTS BESSIE LOVE IN "HOW COULD YOU CAROLINE?" -EMPRESS WEDNESDAY AND THURSDAY POSITIVELY Wm. Farnum in ^Rough & Ready' -TONIGHT- ~~ Alice Howell in '^Automaniacs'' ALSO GENEVIEVE HAMPER in "TANGLED LIVES'' ONE NIGHT JOLDICR Book By J.LORCH BABHi � � MUSIC BVOMER HE6ERT ��WB BRKHT*aEAN�UVELY CREAT NEW VORNCASP�BIG CHORUS ACLnTERINCinHRL�'C05TUNE^>SCENERy SECTMS SHOMf WHATEVER YOU DO. Prices .......... $1.50, $1.00, 75c, 50c Seat Sale Opens Thursday a.m. at Theatre Box OfTle* StKtl TMtSC �1.LEJ?S MAVfdT' SENSE,' PULL TOGETHER Are we, as a community, pulling together? Or are we pulling in opposite directions? Organization is the great comniunity need of the day. Without organization men and women are apt to smk 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 givien 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-operaite, 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 lit) do. B�h gin with yourself. m. 41 ;