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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - September 18, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta WEDNESDAY.' SEPTEMBER 18. 191* THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD TELL STORY TO ABDICATE AVI Sorts of Humora Coming Out of Neutral Countries- One Says Kaiser Insane corpa near 9t. Quentin, eays: 1 "Hitherto, owing to military ron-souh, wa have allowed the English to occupy donolute enemy country. Now, however, you linvo Hilton up strong defensive positions. Not. one. foot of griMind In lo he glv�>n up." Tins document oxhorls I Ho man lo defend tholr home*, their families and tlio fatherland anrl adds: "You urn more than a match for the enemy, who only nttnrkn with dealt when accompanied by tanks. These wo will destroy. 1 cxpoct cvory niwi from general to Junior private lo do IiIh fluty In the Imminent decisive battle." Vou Morncn is the general -who streaked off in a motor car early In ! our attack. J'AGE FIVE Toronto, Sept. IS.-A Hpeclal ruble to tlio Mall and VTmpIre from Isimlnn �ays: "Tlio appointment of an expert on military punishments, the governor of Ur.rlln taken In conjunction with tlio recent threatening proclamations of the Governor of Hrnndonhurg and Ucn, Hlmlenbliig's effusion about enemy leaflets and their demoralizing I'-nnsofiiieneea. convey the Impression uf a very disturbed state of the official mind in (Icrinuny. "As usual In these limes of crisis, tnnny sensational reports are circulating through neutral countries relating to tho situation In (lerinimy. One of the most startling is a report, that the Kaiser, a- a la:�t. desperate re-eorl to eroate a reaction In Ills favor tunong bis di'-iilln.'-ioneil subjects, may offer to abdicate for himself anil Ills family, and in Tact to terminate the 3 loheurollern dynasty. Another re-imrt, ('finally strange, is that the has gone insane, in support of which his speech at Ksseu Is pointed to." Appeal to Flfjht On. ttrlUsh Headi|imriei.i In France, Kept. I r.--lf"'an;i. Areiide.voii I'litterson-Stnythe, at tin, Anglican r.ynod today, declared thai the creed should tin left in the prayer book of (lie church without any rubric directing Us use. Hev. Or. (,'ayley. Toronto, strongly opposed (lie retention of tli" anathe-ma or minatory elau-i"; of the Atban-nnlan creed, tint be did not want the other clauses containing the 111a:.f, rIy oxposition of the trinity �xpnvged completely. He urged the synod lo adopt the creed without any of the minatory clauses anil moved a resolution .Inking out verses l, z. lis, 'j:i. 11 and !.'. Hlsbop Hidewell of Ontario ;r;l;ed how this could be done in face m article, iolent counter attacks against the French positions on the plateau jiorihca-'t of Saney, seven miles northeast of Soissons. Tho French -war office- statement Issued today says that the German attacks were unsuccessful and that French troops maintained their gains. Tho text reads: "South of tlio River Olse, there were artillery activities throughout the night. "Violent counter-attacks by the enemy in the region of the plateau northeast of Sumy obtained no result. The French troops maintained their gains. MA IFQTir NEXT MONDAY 1UAJEO1 aV,-SEPTEMBER 23 ONE NIGHT ONLY LE C0MTE * FLESHER-Present rue TINMLY AND PATRIOTIC MUSICAL NOVELTY WITH MILITARY ATMi km FIRE HIT I SMART SWIFT AND SAUCV CAST BRIGHT-TUNEFUL ANO GORGEOUSLY GIRLY TWENTY SMASHING SONG-HITS NOVELTIES"" EFFECT* SPARKUNG?�GAY BRIGADE OFOIRLS rTicei....................$1.50, $1.00, 75c, 50c �Sent Sale Opens Tomorrow (Thursday) Morning nt. Box Offlco Why Run-down Pau. Exhausted Women , Should Take Iron my Dalltat* lake ortame Iron- Nuxatcd Iron-(not metallic iron which alts at corrodes lh� atomacb and does more harm than s.ood). Nuxalrii Iron ia eaaily aaatai-lattd, doea not blacken nor injure llie ttcth nor upart r�c atur.ach. It will Increase tke strength and endurance of weak, ncrvatu, irritablt, . careworn, htfiard women in two wecka1 time In aataf esses. I � a �t med it in niy own practice with mo�f aurpritlni reaulta."- Ferdinand King, it .D., well known New York l'h��telan and medical author. (Satialaction (uaranitvd et monsy relunded-On talc at all aood ftruifiati.J NuxatedIron Food Will Win the War Serve your country end yourself by raising FOOD on the fertile plains of Western Canada. The Canadian Pacific Railway makes it easy for you to begin. Lands tU to |30 an acre; irrigated land up to $50; 20 years to pay. Loan to assist settlers on irrigated lands. Get full particulars and free illustrated lite rut ure from ALLAN CAMERON, QMlft-L C.P.UlM* 0faehu ,ci i s to lie' South Atlantic : tab'.-. i-; recommend,-d in a report submitted to the jenate today by .-'"�rotary of Commerce Kedficld, in response to n resolution passed last Jnlv. CAN'T USE FOODSTUFFS TO BREW BEER NOW. Washington, Sept. 18.-The usa of any foodstuffs except barley, malt and hops In the brewing of brter and near-beers after next Oct. 1, is prohibited by a proclamation signed today by President Wilson. The president previously had ordered the brewing of all beer stooped next December 1. A LITTLE SIDE TRIP. j Quebec. Quo.. Sept. IS.-Til" flclc., j gates to the labor congress iu con-| volition here relaxed today. They ' spent the iitoniitig and afternoon in I trips by steamer to the Quebec bridge. AT THE EMPRESS All the world loves a lover-and especially a fighting lover. That is ono of the potent reasons why William Kannitn makes such a splendid and heroic figure in "Hough and Ready,'' his newest and tremendously interest ing de luxe production. Mr. Farnum has the role of Bill Stratton, who has always led a hlgh-prlnclpled life, and who is as square with his fellow-men as he is with himself. He saves tho homo of a dear friend from disruption, but his masterly handling ot the situation has a most pathetic result. Evelyn Uurant, to whom he is engugtxl and in whom ho has found his ideal, misconstrues a. situation in which she finds Stratton and breaks off their troth. Tho man's hopes aro dashed to earth. Ills faith In everything good nnd fine and trim is almost shattered. Ho ilelermlnes to sever all the ties that bind him to a city of hypocrisy. AT THE MAJESTIC 'When tho brilliant rnuBlcal spectacle "My Soldier Girl," makes Its initial and only bow before local theatregoers at tin? Majestic theatre next Monday evening, Supt, 23ril, tho reason for the success of thin popular musical play will Impress itsolf upon tho auditor at once. There ia action both in music and dialogue from tho riso to the tall of the final curtain. Scenic beauty and Korgoouu costumes delight tho oyo anil tuneful melodies aro abundant. It requires more than money or hard work or oxporionco to prepare tnich a production as is to be seen in "My Soldier Girl." Tho excellent cast ami bewitching chorus help to make tho performance complete while the tuneful music is a tower of strength, since it is of tlio sort that makes the head nod and foot tap. There, aro four scenes in three acts, opening on the Root Garden of the Now v York Theatre, during tho flnsl rehearsal of a big musical extravaganza. The second act takes place at Colonel Stone's home near nn aviation field, Miami, Flu., while tho last act a tableau showing a desolate battlefield "Somowhoro in Franco"- nn impressive scene dissolving into tho Goddess of Uberty. and tho performance closes with a wonderfully clever flag erfeel of costumes, "Uberty Forever," THE men who are hardest to satisfy with ready-to-wear clothes are the ones who are the most enthusiastic about Society Brand. Much search for clothes that would suit them have made these men clothes-wise. 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For that kind of economy buy Society Brand Clothes. t ' McKelvie & McGuire Lethbridge "Style Headquarters'*-Where Swirttl Uruilb UllflthfB are sold ;