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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - September 23, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta MONDAY, SKPTKMIWR 23, 1018 the u-.tuhhioge daily iip.ral- Turk Army of 40,00 Cornered Gen. Allenby; Invasion of Bulgaria The Day's War Summary What Will Shortly Uncle Way Now O > \ With the British Forces in France. Scp'J. 2J.--(10 a-m.) - In .1 Email attack cant of G.v velle, in the Arms sector, British troop& I a at nlriht advanced their Unas for an average depth of 600 yard * nong a front of 1100 yard', the British gained several r.trong oositions in the patches of forest on the hiflh ground. London. Sept. :!'* Uepnrl* fntin 11m' Palestine Lout fhis afternoon inili-ca'e thai none in" the Turkish force ot at h-ast (niMiu iiipii i in |i |n'i| by the I hi i Isli I hrnui'.li : Iw seizure of Mi" l.'i^i of the passages Ml' the .Ionian ran possibly ;m�t awav Two Turk Armten Wiped Out Virtually Hi" miMi',. Turkish for-" I1;, tti' will b". act huiiIimJ lor in lulled, v minded and prisoners. Hundred:-, of s'laiurb i . .ii" beiur f'oundt wandering nlu'Ut m ill" mountainous country aim h-- ly. without a leader (>" a put po.-e. The, Turks had h"Vi*u divisions �iiilh nf Na/aintli and W"-: of th" .loidali. but 1 lii' exact total cannot hide* �-: in 111 *  ;'. Tin. UrilMi have cjipturod some ground . ou'heasf of \'iller^-f!atihlain, on the front south west of ('atuhrai, and have cleared nu- damage caused i TONIGHT AND TOMORROW JUNE ELVIDGE I he -te fnnr ha ve been capl uied Std/aii'h by the llrllhsh of the nos., Itif- of the ,d:rdan a( Jlpr-ed-lJameron Sunday mojtiini; .shut the last avenue of e^cap" to tin* Turks wc't of the .Ionian. The tt*\* :�e r ed I lame roll on t In-nioniiny, of Sept. l'J. the la.-l av��mi" j i�J esr;i]ie open to 111" Piiemy v. est of t lie river v, a a clonod by our t. nop'; "Th" 7th and Slii Tii'Msli arrnies li.'ii" xirumDy ceased In e.v>i Th"ii entire transport is In our hand�. "H\ S pin on ibe iTjnd, 1'fi.tMin by the Ioiik tJlMtanei' bombaulment. ifnnt (lie >oiiih and c rays* it llavas dlnpati h Irtuii Itasid in 'I-n\ The n/ivrimr'n purj.os" was also 'o visit the iniured in the hospital, the iuesKtit;e Mated. 'nr. in ei-nifal .Macedonia inr*" deal) th" '"thihh , :. i'-:i! i>  "'. |i' 1 d '" bt ; u r. ;�. h hi I j) i � r � | i i � 11J v J11 i : i i i (111 in '': i � \ I.....' 1" 11 i.' 1 11 r i ini I a iif j ,i II "i'if} }')!i> � fi'fm i' �). );b in . ..i if i:,� 11, �.- ;i i � n i n d I ,,i 1 i',ir it: 1 h �:�!; tin* S' 1 Ida a r t �. a n � 1 : !".'d b> niil'--'  ii;-.. s* pi *� 1 r. f i 1 � � i;r- i it; ON A F"l FT Y-M ! L b FnOrJT 'm 'in i ImIj.1;;. ri;i 11 line ;t! . \n\ 1 lo fj.* Imm-w v> m! - r � .! ^iwuii'iiii; on ,i from ul" h -ari y Im rnih-s, -1 r�ii rh i n i; ^ i !i �  \';i fvln r (h* > r* ;M'h' fj f h�' V";m 1 f h- � : Hi*- rM I run'J : Mhiiin^ f m v/;inl Sii h"; i i ;j im] til*' onl\ ' n* 1 twh;fi r in ii in Un1 i�'t;ioii of I k*1 I )oj r;ui 'Mi ? h ri \- iiU^hf'M to Ho* lli^lo^t polM! in Hi*1 nionriVain '! 1 V-'iUi lirnii aiul " |io�* f Jiwjs} n. 1; On1 t*a^h r liy ' �M t imr t loi r;i il wa y lin* ^, ? 11 � S*i bin ir* hit v � Mi' �in i:n u: jHM'iL Th^ MtiU^.'irin ns ;*roiin'l I) 4 0 j o w I hi- monnMHu>: in Hli1l;;i ri.i or nor Hi :i lotK i I . ! I'i'k � t'Oi i]ri !lti' npjriv til'mm oil Hi " ; 01 |t \\ " in i'iu'i'i- 10 lip- *-;i-" of H10 \ .inlitt, 1 nf n\\' \ pfi.o � i/f h i/n� 'I^hmjii iiniiiiM I ('ri P p ,t n � 1:1 -1 �''i 1-1 rimu-; ;i' I Joinsn rPLNCH REACH THE DISC . \ f oiunl . '^iMMih. /. ' i m 1 -1� jjj front. H^ n) n � 1 ;o in r 1 - urc \-Ho: !u\\ 11 > ul' \^-iiil'Mii! 1: * 1 1 '-nH lu: 11 Tin- l-'i �Mi' h . : 111� 1 iMpiurinu' Ho- t.iv.n nipl 1 f>t t of Vionl�'iii1 1 ? ' 1 *p; 1 im * h#� ni^i- 1 iv� v nini ;r- ;v rrsttlt fiMV/* -*ifiv*;n n s*Iih rp Sii I mm if in* * > Ho 1 n 11 f I im)>^ i jm�t tM'M S:, ij ti*'iii m a ml I ,;t on. WnM* at! i> 0101 inor^ * �* 0i^;inr outpo*1r> 4Jf L;mjo ihhI thr ijkm ini porta ni point on t hr for our 1 A 11f i \\ Tli*' snlPou (Irivon nnMI now Mu� allies ;o Iroo) r:iM f>f Alonasiij .S* 1 biani- w ^r*- jib!** to I'oMnnnfO'-t'f t in^r linr o| tt **y t pro b;m i;, t bo Hrrl rojUfin in ibo npp� r pai r-ou(hfS(^l ot t.'sKnb. to tt oi^f1 po -it ion than 1 pn^ltion tf) i ross tin AT iIIK iMAJESTIC III* mm a !�'M " � I � - r I I J; I I u 0 f w Jo� ia ;i jo p*i \�� ii pp* - a rt'il 11! tip* ^ I. � jf. 1 l,t-o tt--**!: bu� 'Aliu \-.as unavonl a (j.n � in Hum ha - T It*: "1,1- Pif laui;b it 11 ?  I 1 * * lo )ht i i- ^ ait tt oml'm In' Mi- asi-i*-1 nil try \t N - ,W[f" ItiO'K n at 111 o- pn' ] r * 1 mi i n 'j l t l h �� AI a j" ^ >r for !--Jonb' itiil\. jio->* - cWTV lot of ' r(:!' V; i)0tt'n : o : pi> uphI'm'M pro � ! u' a tin rii,sn�-'* of having our fo. .ii.i: liiunv old fashion ' 'romoi 1 uu . Mated Talllfarlo � !i "i>: 1:' " A few more recruits art^ now required for (1 - a* ' Tin BROKEN TIES . rbiaiM liave capttiied between : "ini and liHhlu prison*'!- and inn �un--. ;*he KvenitiK Standard :*ays it b-aitirt ITALIANS ALSO ADVANCE Hmiir. Sept 2:1--The Italian troops Veiidhull is f111�* r. e- : >. � n : 'brinan --iroin; poim : and liipe-i;. ar> cio-..:i;: :n 1 I H'RK ARMIES SHATTERED �'ti ut-.r'.MuK -pe-tl, ;li" allb a 'mop- ;ti rale>tn\" �' '('i.-' a Mfiiv n)(h)( !.,:iy --KaMer iln'ir imwi-r in '. ;is ta-pori- 'etl"(! Mv :d'i:aiiou. the Turh> ap- > towaid Una� I'ini" . ' Ua i ly i; lloppoS' d :  d th" alii" , past ih" villas" of Na/at'eth and lhe\ ancient cpy (,l" Tyre To ih \*r*- - *\: � **n T0of r ,0 *� * ono , \\ �mo \ m u;-; 1 r �i i oani Ihm ;tn im.I in;'. " AT v Sobimr 0lo. Va � \ both "Ja ^|ht'v fb'fol, "Tau*' M'1 I lonir V/i-U Von/' Ibin;," and a ^1 ore pojnila v. 1 art 1 0]np}"t, ALSO J't'e.^en' Opejal i"l] lar outwd^hiiu; th" be Huiiie tru'li it' pel 1 el ire from tin- war Mint with KiliK I-'efd,; fional developments ; VTIONAL DEVELOPMENTS PENDING I 'V'si in,. ;ind Mti'-edoina may liav poliMeal v-u i;;t\-. � v inn-: ii- situation in p.ub;aria is said tn I,,, i;, viMually letip-d lieu: a';tive ad mini -1 :a t iou. s> n.4- savs : 1,011 hrooli and Die Soiuine, the aitlb, 'lie report from the war ntUa* lo/hr 1 u rY 'I'l''^ i'K�in increased to t;reater; tl:e nmih id' Allemai, 'HtreiiRth in the afternoon Infantry nf titcU* v. hlvh Mie nrltifh fa i i COMEDY "PATHE'S HISTORY OF THE GREAT WAR" FMPRESC " Tonight Only & 'Ibe helRht of Mom Itotiihhle. 1-order our line.- *ecnrelv. \ launched ^rutind ea-t of Sami, aHiilUst our line-, souMieas: id' Kpeliy Ken priso:iei>. Wei" repllNed. "Th" second Riiard;* infantry divW- 'lave Kailh-d ami nave ta or Army Cut Off "'>; ,v ;inili... ,,,,. ,,,,.,., ..:,.. ,, .... ,nllr, fr,.,� H,o ?',":?",,>S ''"'Vi ;,r,."!!. arl,vl,y wa't �' - I;' I.-...,-, ofk-.v., ,. l.iili.-i-Bi.in..fSiMim-!l,�.'i' "' ,,,r,l,,\ "I*"'-..... rv.-.wi.nls :..in:or.-, .t ,.v , In nocturnal attacks ea d i>f Kp"hy. t l-.e einaiy obi a ined a f not iiu; in M' Serbian troop* are pur ( siiuu; the HuUuirhin urniy which \a in "On the heights of Lorraine and on the Moselle, a rl lllery duels increased 1*'iipurarllv durliif; the eail> mo: i.ini: 'Th" enemy, who advanced wlili r-* ronf: detaclmi'-nt.i against Mjiunion' and ' Itoux and Kc',m- heijcourt, fteiiuently felt his way to ���' ^t"�ip of unuintuln amlb-o com "Ka-fern theatre: .'m; ihi.' Mi" day . ot Sept. 'J 1. the K| e:. :, ai.-i .^i-: hlau ' i" :11;i- ; re ; ; ilj'.aria;' i  eMIiatl ' troops. \ "A Jiied f ;):> Jja , � ;>: -r->'A to : the north ot Vejari .i:.a i\;r..-.ilHr and; veAviievI \\\v Vardar \\\ ' :e- diveel b�n � of Ne^tdin and I>"iui.' iaipn The* enemy ban ': eved niucn pi >in'rt> near Mradii. > and m th" re i;lmi o' \"a rda: uv.>l Lake I )oirali wliriv he has hi'.: lied '"diway -atioiiv depots, r,-nnil \ n pa; i: � .ap"t h dramatic ab!lit ie; 'The Mo.irlV ('oufI's.-ion." the yry-(.iiti id- Mi'"i iiaiiu Assm ia t ion of , Lfj.-> Anneje-. happened Ii) he showing a few friend> t\iroip;h th** hi udbvs. The pa;t> paused before Mie set. wit*-re Miss Mae Karen \vik appearing a* a immikin in a fashionable Fifth Avenue pawn >lmp Adams looked 'hard at rh�' '-far as she swirled and twirled in a da/.xIiuK I'afp'Mi cr"ation. ; il" had iM'ver seen "SIujwh" nr "Sav- I lim tin- Kaniily Name," and he dhin't : ?'eci>�i)i;:e her ! "I'Mne nmdel yt-,n y>tl\ there, sure i APPLY AT ONCE .W.M. Police Barracks I 1 r Canadian Correspondent Tells i oi Falling Morale of ihe ! (ierman Soldiers MARY MACLAREN SPECIAL PRODUCTION e Model's Confession Scenario by Ida May Park Directed by Ida May Park MAJESTIC Tonight Only LECOMTEAFLESHER-/W THE TOMORROW COMING The Greatest Screen Seniation DRAFT our ponlt bun* with i eron unit crinK do tnctim*�nt�. hut wa:; repulsed, WeM of the Mosellr. we atlvalicetl our HllOs' a the retreaUuu little.' French Attack Italian Front. Homo. SepB 2:v- the Aslano pic t " and on" ! -' : ei y of 1 ' A \ ta I it. ;i {.it.- ' out in ue '� � tal..n In the \a-Kion ie*: th and nonbea.-'. of th" p.'etta a:a sif, Mreek troops . m;t C.N.R. OPENS NEW jdaieau. on tlie linlian mountain Orlea and ('Jiani-t. front. Krench troops*, in a local at-t ack, ha ve destroyed and damaged the Austrian defensive sssteini; east of Mou; M/.mol. nayH Mie war office; vvith I lie Seihj,.n a staceuient today. The French rap- ----- nired loo pii-onei's uud :i\e .naehine KUIin. i Sunday's Fighting Urifish Army Headiitiarter.-,. Sepr. . 22 Hauter'H correspondent (aides: ! "The enemy, who has hee'n reinforc-etl, put lip a stubborn resistance th!-* iipiniiiiK around Kpeh> We ranted nuiny MtronK points, Mie most important of whlrli wan Ihe wcb-Hke trench which i* I. I" i; Live>iy t'anadinn !';'4'^> ( \>\ I'f-paiHbn; * W'iMi Mie Canadian Kofces in Kram - ->>').\ Tl':" w eek un th�* Canaa..�u 1 ! J'Mii: lia> b-'en nil" at' wa tchf u ? lies -. ma rK"d by con Mil i)"d p.n rol � and a r t illery at-i ions on hntii *hle-. of t!i" ''anal dn Nurd, which b*iids it self to j this sryle of fi^htin^r Om* post ha| lie en I a ken and i � tak'-a f utir i iine.- j and the opera: ions have ii"' led as a , l*'tei!( a and niimm"r OI' lirisoners and a fn/ohifi" 1 to pro(.;iv-> J'un; even th" (b-rmau raids result , itiK in prisoners to its Shelling ha- 1 heeti coat iiwious v. ir a ;* as pvedoiniie , a* in the (iernian bum bard men t -\erb\l activity, hoih oy plane ami ) balloon, has been im e^.san'. Several i'fi-rniuti uiHl ha))'�>n- ha v e fal- len to our pilots Yesterday a Ocimati balloon was cut i loose hy our artillery and drifted rap-| idly away at a nival height. Il now ; confirmed that the Merman pilots are iisiuj; pnracliuie- | Our artillery has dominated the situation, frciiuently otC-euiim the Merman batteries and cau-iun many liivs, ; ns weJI as d >�.-! royiu.e. oh nerval ion Y. M. C. A. Schedule of Classes for Fall and Winter Special Juniors ............. Gym. 9.30 to 10.15, Pool to 10.45 The Regular Juniors Class. Tuesdays and Saturdays Gymn. 10.15 Gym. 4.30 . Saturdays Metro's Successor to "THE SLACKER" 20 ^^^^U^rbio -FEATURES GIRLS A V/A TiON CORK IN MICTION MLUT OF BtWntNMO BiMUmi BRIGADEOF WONDERFUL OfRiS Price* ........ 91.60, $1.00, 75c, 80c opposad hv tho Alpine crps and two , fonnallv in^p.-cieVl bv officers17>f Mm ; lh,iliI^ 1111,1 ,>ri,i�J'^ �r w>�h'� H^'iv are \ other divisions, besides a new divi- railuav n�inmi^i..ii nnd declared l),il,,y 111 u,Mni''- 1 h,'lv is *'v�- I ' - (ietif ttitention on til" part of Mie en-I JESTIC SPE0 l'C.g. TUES. Sept 24 (TOMORROW) Klon moved up front the reserve. "We (aptured Quennetiicmt farm hy j two o'clock, hut uf(er\vun! wlMulrew (from it. Our net gains for the day ! are HuMhfuctoi'>'," Kaiser Still Boasting I Amsterdam. Sept "Wo will ' nave;* let frenchmen or AiiiericuhH i Miroimh her l',I,>" .*t0 h!,,ion. The imp'oi'tauce ot the breach made t in th" lliiidenhurjs line is coiunienfeil ' on hy a well known Merman critic as i one of the disasters of the war and ns heiiiH oniiuoiisly sl^niM'caul. It not j Montreal to Cot: Arthur. and one of ' un!y ,,L',h",r:lSs ;l hlW Vf the now line iutons, the St. Mih/et �Hli��(. last night. They capturod prirtouor.H. French Push On to Olae. Purlt*. Sept. L*;L--In tho r�Kion t�f SL Qunntln Kronch 'roops couMiuuul thoir advauoe yesterday \ evonlni?. 1 They ponetrntod the wood north of Ly Fontulw, rupturing the fort and j vtllngn of Vend�>uil and pushed on to the Dlso, Pretudi won (loitering parMes tooH ' pritsonera north of the Alsno and in I the Champagne. In Hie direction of thu Mutte du .Mesneil. (Jonnan raids \ uorlh of the Veslo and in the Vos�ok j falleil. French Official Statement, VjU'Jm, Sepl J:'. The stateiimnt u-mum| at Ihe war office tonight roads' "South of St. QuonMn, we have enlarged our positions to the ea,st of lliimcoiirt and Ly l^onmine. Jiuvo reached the western outskirts of Von detiil "North of the Olae. throe counter-at* tacks tiy the flftT�a'iuj wore hiAVou to diiuiti and this accounted foi* the leniency Hhowcd to the accused. MAKE ACTS CONFORM. Vancouver. Sepl. -.L Willi the idea of hriiuMuK iu'o conformity tlie coat pensaiioi] acts of Hritish Columbia, Alberta. Saskatchewan and Manitoba, a. meet i iik of t he represent at i\ es of Mi one provinces will lie held in Vancouver on Monday. Sept. :h'. "HANDS UP"-AT STARLAND NEXT MONDAY FARM STOCK, IMPLEMENTS FURNITURE, AT COTTONWOOD FARM SITUATE S. E. QUARTER SEC. 4-10-22. 3 MILES WEST -OF DIAMOND CITY AND 3 MILES NORTH OF COALHURST On WEDNESDAY, OCT. I �rey gcltting. K years, Laud lbs.; 1 hay gelding, H yearH, 1500 Jh.s.; 1 bay g^Jding. U yearn, lath) lbs.; 1 hay man*, 11 years, 1450 lbn.; 1 grey gelding, U years. 1200 lbs ; 1 iron ^rey inaro and colt id side. years. ilf>0 Ihtt.; 1 grey gehllng, I, yearw, ja�0 lbs.; 1 bay .saddle pony; 1 grey mure and colt al side, 12 years. 1150 IbR.; 1 Holstein cow, S years old; 1 Holstein calf. S months old; -10 Whit* Leghorn Hens, trap misted and records kept. MACHINERY* ETC. 1 Kentucky press drill, practically new; 1 McCoruiIck hinder; 1 Oaring mr.wlug mtiehino; 1 disc: harrow; I Mccormick cultivator; - MI inch Deering Stag plows, practically new; 1 hay rake; 1 huntf plow; 1 garden cultivator; 1 ^-section barrow; 1 acraper; I Iron Ueitle UO gallouHi; I CluUlium fanning mill; o seiR work harnoss; 1 top huggy; I set'huggy hariieH-s; t hand -seeder; 2 Wehei* wagons; 1 Democrat; 1 grind sume; l lent; 70 lbn. hinder twine. HOUSEHOLD GOODS. ETC, 1 hivenpurt; l Singer sew lug machine; l extension table; I kitchen table; 1 whiu* ominiellod dresser; ] white omintelkid wash stand; ;s bedsteads; I bed spring; 1 library table; 'J, niattreaHes; I Home Comfort, kitchen range; 1 healer; t Daisy churn; 1 N'ew Century washing machine; dining room and kitchen chairs; 1 wardrobe; diahes; lamps; kilchon utensils and other articles. EVERYTHING MUST BE SOLI* AS THE PROPRIETOR HAS RENTED HIS FARM. TERMS CASH L. P. TUFF, Owner J. A. SMITH, Auctioneer ;