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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - September 23, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 23, 1018. Tfttf LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERAL?- PAGE FTVK Turk Army of 40,000 Cornered By Gen. Allenby; Invasion of Bulgaria Will Shortly Be Under Way Now With the BrltiBh Foroes In France. Sep'J. 23.-'(10 a.nr.)- In a small attack oast of Ga-velle, In the Arras sector, British troops last nlfjht advanced their lines for an average depth of 600 yards niong a front of 1100 yards;, the British gained several strong position* in the patches of forest on the high ground. London. Sept. 2?,.-Reports from tho Palestine front this afternoon indicate Unit none of Die Turkish force of at least 40,000 men trapped by the British through the seizure of tho last of the passages of the Jordan can possibly get away. Two Turk Armies Wiped Out Virtually tho entlro Turkish force is, or will be, accounted for In killed, �wounded and prisoners. Hundreds of stragglers are being foumlt wandering about in tho mountainous country aimlessly, without n leader or a purpose. The: Turks had seven divisions south of Nazareth and west of >the TONIGHT AND TOMORROW JUNE ELVIDGE AND MONTAGU LOVE IN "BROKEN TIES" ALSO "Perils of the Bakery" COMEDY "PATHE'S HISTORY OF THE GREAT WAR" EMPRESS " Tonight Only O Jordan, but the exact total cannot be determined owing to the weakness of the Turkish divisions, the different unit* varying. The t'otnl of 25,000 prisoners reported, however, is believed to be far less than the final count will show, as at last reports, prisoners were still being brought in. The cjean-up effected by Gen. Alien-by, which is pointed to here as the quickest and most complete of the en-tiro war, is counted as having definitely deprived the Turks of Palestine. In addition, besides the personnel of the army, the defeat has cost them an immense quantity of material. Take Turk Air Force So far as is known, the Turks on (his front had only four airplanes and these four have been captured. Seizure by the British of the crossings of the Jordan at Jisr-ed-Dameron Sunday morning shut the last avenue of escape to the Turks west of the Jordan. The text reads: "llavink seized the passages of the Jordan at Jisr-ed-Damerqn on the morning of Sept. 22, the last avenue of escape open to tho enemy west of the river was clOBed by our troops. "The 7th and 8th Turkish armies have virtually ceased to exist. Their entire, transport Is in our hands. "By H p.m. on the 22nd, 25,000 prisoners and 260 guns had been counted. "Prisoners and much material remains to be enniimerated." SERBS CAPTURE 10,000 London, Sept. 23,-(5.30 p.m.).--The Serbians have captured between .9.-000 and 10,000 prisoners and 120 guns, the Evening Standard says it learns. ITALIANS ALSO ADVANCE Rome, Sept. �23.'-The Italian troops in Macedonia have advanced an average of more than seven miles in pursuit of the Germans and Bulgarians and have taken 16 Villages, says the report from the war office today. The Height of Mont Bobishte. 10 miles northeast of Monastir, has been captured and the Italians have reached the Tine' of Chairll-Dobrushovo-Mus-aoba. First Bulgar Army Cut Off Paris, Sept. 23.-(Havas)-Entente cavalry was three -miles from the Bulgarian frontier in the region of Strumites, according to news dispatches received here today from the Macedonian front. .The 11th German division was reported to. have been cut off from the meeting of the main Bulgarian army and to be retreating in disorder. - The news dispatches says the first Bulgarian army in the region of Monastir and' Prilep has been cut off from communication with the second army In the Doiran sector.-' The Franco-Serbian troops are pursuing the Bulgarian army which is in MARY MACLAREN SPECIAL PRODUCTION "The Model's Confession" Scenario by Ida May Park Directed by Ida May Park COMING TOMORROW The Greatest Screen Sensation DRAFT 258 Metro'* Successor to "THE SLACKER" MAJESTIC Tonight Only It G0MTE4 FLESHER-ZhaaW THE 60R8E0US----- MILITARY ZQ _ TUNEFUL ^^^^^^"PONY* -FEATURES-""" FLIRTATION WALKAN AERIAL FLIGHT GIRLS AVIATION CORK INACTION. &ALLETOF BEWITCHING BEAUTlEi BRIGADEOF WONDERFUL GIRLS Prices ........ 11.60, $1.00, 75c, 50c 1 MAJESTIC SPECIAL !Sift TUES. Sept. 24 (TOMORROW) Dr. Zell H U NT THE KING OF MYSTERY % THE BIGGEST LAUGHING 8HOW Of TUB ME DR. HUNT WILL BE ASSISTED ON THE 8TAGE TOMORROW NIGHT BY FIFTEEN LOCAL LADIES AND GENTLEMEN. Popular Prices ... ......, 25c, 35c, 50c TWriAO GET IN o----.--. full retreat. Tho entente allies now command the mountain zone from which they will be uhio to debouch in the pluins. Desperate Fighting London, Sept 23.~-Thr> BritIM). have captured some ground southeast of VIllem-GauRlaln. on the front southwest of Cambrai, and have cleared out several enemy strong points north-oast of RonBSoy after hard fighting, which lasted Ihe greater part of Sunday night. The Germans last evening delivered a counter-attack at Berthaucourt near l'ontreut. supported by heavy artillery fire. A sharp infantry engagement followed, which the Germans pushed forward into some of the British trenches, hut an immediate counterattack completely restored the situation. Inspect Damage at Metz Paris, Sept. 22.-Tho governor of Alsace-Lorraine visited Metz on Thursday last to Inspect the damage caused by the long distance bombardment, says a Havas dispatch from Basel lo-lay. The governor's purpose was also to visit the injured in the hospital, the message stated. A dispatch to the Associated Press on Saturday night emphasized the facl that there hud been no bombardment of Metz, although tho forts around it had been under fire and a shell occasionally has fallen In the vicinity of the city. Berlin Official Berlin, Sept. 23.-The official war statement follows; . "IVe captured prisoners in focal raids south of Neuvc Chapelie. The artillery activity revived between Ypres and La Bassee, on both sides of the Scarpe and on the canal sector south of Marquin. "On the sectors east and southeast of Epehy.as .well as between the Omig-non brook and the Spmme, the artillery duels again increased to greater strength in the afternoon. Infantry attacks w;hich the .British launched against our lines southeast of Epehy were repulsed. "The second guards infantry division especially distinguished itself yesterday as it has done during the last tew days. Strong firing activity was kept up during the night. "In nocturnal attacks east of Epehy, the enemy obtained a footing In sections of our trenches. There were fore-tiold engagements on the Oise. "The fighting, activity died down yesterday between the Ailette and the Aisne. Reconnoltefihg engagements have; taken place, in Ihe Champagne. ."On the heights of Lorraine and on the Moselle, artillery duels increased temporarily during the early morning. "The enemy, who advanced with strong, detachments against Haumont and: south of Dampyitoux and Reim-bencourt,- frequently felt his way to our positions with reconnoltering detachments, ,but was repulsed. West of the Moselle, we advanced our lines a little." French Attack Italian Front. Rome, Sept). 23.-On the AslagD plateau, oh ' the Italian mountain front, French troops, in a local attack, have destroyed and damaged the Austrian- defensive systems east of Mont S.tzmol, say's the war office statement' today. The French captured 100 prisoners and five machine guns. Sunday's Fighting British Army Headquarters, Sept. 22.-Router's correspondent cablesi "The enemy,'who^has bee'n reinforced, put up a stubborn resistance this morning around Epehy. We carried many strong points, the most important of which was the web-like trench which is called the quadrateral, northwest of I-lolnon. The fighting is more of a hand-to-hand character than hitherto. In the present offensive we are opposed by the Alpine corps and two other divisions, besides a new division moved up from the reserve. "We captured Quennemont farm by two o'clock, but afterward withdrew from it. Our net gains for the day are satisfactory." Kaiser Still Boasting Amsterdam, Sept. 23. - "We will never let Frenchmen or Americans through here," was the promise given Emperor William by his troops when ho visited the Alsace-Lorraine front on Sept. 19 and 20, according to Karl Rosner's Sunday dispatch to the Lokal Anzeiger. The purpose of the visit was to thank the troops for bravely holding out and, according to a possibly significant remark by the emperor's chronicler, "at the same -time giving them inspiring words for the fresh' fighting on the threshold of which we are perhaps standing on the southwest of the empire." An American Raid With the American Army in France, Sept. 22. - (Reuter's).,- American troops raided tlie enemy lines in the neighborhood of Haumont village, in the centre of the new line across the St. Mihiel salient, last night. They captured 25 prisoners. French Push On to OI�e. Paris, Sept. 23.-In the region of ,St. Quentin French troops continued their advance yesterday I evening. They ponetratod the wood north of Ly Fontaine, capturing the fort and i village of Vendeull and pushed on to ' the Oise. , . French reconnoitering parties took prisoners north of the Aisne and in the Champagne, in the direction of the Butte du .Mesneil. German raids north of the Veslo and in the Vosges failed. v French Official Statement, Paris, Sept. 22.-The statement Issued at the war office tonight reads: "South of St. Quentin, we have enlarged our positions to tho east of Htnacourt and Ly Fontaine. We have '�'roached the western outskirts of Vendeull. "North of the Oise. three counter-attacks by the tJ^TSiapj were broken to The Day's War Summary SERBIAN and allied troops in central Macedonia have dealt the German and Bulgarian communication lines blows that are expected lo bring a complete readjustment of the enemy positions In the Macedonia theatres of operations. The important railroad lines from Uskub to Saloniki and from Gradsko to Prilep have been cut and the. enemy forces around Lake Doiran and north of Moiuistir ;ire, in danger of being outflanked and captured. German and Bulgarian reinforcements sent in to check the Serbian advance, toward Uskub have been forced to join in the retreat, of their comrades bv the Impetuous Serbians, who now have advanced 40 miles since September 15. Prisoners captured from Hie enemy arc being added as the progress northVvard continues and the quantity of war material is increasing. ON A FIFTY-MILE FRONT , The salient driven into the Bulgarian lines at Solalo has been widened until now the allies are advancing on u front of nearly 50 miles, stretching from east of Monastir to the. Vardar. When they readied the Vardar the Serbians were able' to cut the railroad running toward Saloniki and the only communicating line of the Bulgarians in tho region of Lake Doiran. On the western bank, the Serbians have pushed to the highest point in the mountain regldn In the upper part.of the t'erna bend and cut the railway from Gradsko. southeast of Uskub, to I'rilep. the base of the German army operating north and northeast of Monastir. By cutting the railway lines, the Serbians have placed two large enemy forces in great peril. The Bulgarians around Doiran might retire northeastward towaril the mountains in Bulgaria or north along the Vardar. British and Greek troops aro opposing them on the south. The Serbians could, by crossing in force, to the oast of the Vardar, cut. off the best means of retreat. Apparently the Germans around Prilep are in u worse position than the Bulgarians at Doiran. , FRENCH REACH THE OISE Around St. Quentin. on tho .western front, the operations are centred on tho towns or Vendeull and Vendbuil. The French, after capturing the town and fort of Vendeull, pushed on to the Oise river and as a result have driven a sharp salient into the German defenses between St. Quentin and Laon. Vendeull is one more of the distant outposts of Laon and is the most im-j portant point on the llindenburg Hue between St. Quentin and La Fere. Its capture by the- French places them on the west bank of the Oise and in a position to cross the Oise canal and carry out encircling of St. Quentin from the south and east. Vendhuil Is nine miles north-northwest of St. Quentin and on the Scheldt canal, two miles west of Lecatelet. Northwest and southwest of the town the BritiHh have captured German strong points and rapidly are closing in on it from three directions. TURK ARMIES SHATTERED Moving northward with -.-.urprlsing speed, the allied troops in Palestine seem to have dealt the Turks a blow which may shatter their power in that theatre of war. As far as reports reflect the situation, the Turks are completely defeated ant! the march of the British. French and Arabs toward the sea of Tiberias is virtually unopposed. The advance has carried the allies past the village of Nazareth and they are nearing the line of the ancient city of Tyre. To the north is Beirut, while to the northwest, 70 miles away is Damascus, Those t.wo cities are important centres in tin's region and their capture would mean the complete disorganization of the Turks over a wide area. SENSATIONAL DEVELOPMENTS PENDING Present operations in Palestine and Macedonia may have political results far outweighing the military objectives that may be gained. There may be some truth in persistent reports that Bulgaria and Turkey are ready to retire from the war and the dynastic situation in Bulgaria is said to be such that with King Ferdinand virtually retired from active administration, sensational developments may come at any time. What the Press Agents Say \ AT THE MAJESTIC l The much heralded Dr. Zell Hunt., i who was to have appeared at the Mu-; jesllc lust week, hut who was unavnid-i a lily detained will positively be at, Ihe [ Majestic for live nights starting to- morrow (Tuesday). Dr. Hunt lias the one big laughing I show of the season. His experiments j in modern hypnotism and mental lele- I i puthy are wonderful, lit; is assisted | ' by Miss Nelie Burke, a clairvoyant j � of extraordinary ability. I I "MY SOLDIER GIRL" i I Elaborately Staged and Gorgeously i Costumed | | II. will be interesting lo local the-j nl re-goers to know I hat the produc-j tion of "My Soldier Girl," a gorgeous I musical spectacle with military atmosphere coming to the Majestic for tonight only, possesses every bit of stage-craft known to the mode.ni. producer, from tlio sublime !o the ridiculous, from artistic stage settings lo the bewildering effects by the aid of electricity, from the magnificent costumes to the decidedly diverting dancing numbers and stage pictures >' combined to make this big musical show the success that the term implies. The five scenes are so cleverly staged that not only does the theatre-goer see new and novel stage pictures but*! many surprises new to the art of stage-craft is presented. There arc some twenty musical numbers. including. "My Soldier Girl," "Hello. Everybody," "Jasper's Rag-Time Band." "Take Me Home With You," "Sugar Baby," and a score equally as popular. knows how to wear clothes. We'll havo to have her for our spring fashion show. What's her name?" he queried. "It's Alary MacLaren, if you please, and we can't turn out her pictures fast enough to suit ihe public," Ida May Park, her director, spoke up. "So you've, got. a fat chance, of having our Mary for your funny old fashion show.'' Tomorrow, Mabel Tallifarlo in "Draft 2SS." the north of Allemant and have held our lines securely. We have gained ground east of Sanchy and have taken prisoners. "Eastern theatre: During the day of Sept. 21, the French and Serbian armies havo broken across the massif of Drachevisko. Serious resistance io being offered by Bulgarian rearguards reinforced by German troops. "Allied troops have progressed to the north of Vezari and Kavadar and reached the Vardar in the direction of Negotin and Deinirkapu. "The enemy has destroyed much property near Gradsko and in the region of Vardar and Lake Doiran. where he has"burnej^.railway stations, depots, munition parks and aviation supplies. The number of prisoners and cannon captured hus been augmented, Serbian troop? have taken one group of mountain artillery complete and one battery of 15s. "Aviation forces continue to harass the retreating columns of the enemy. On the eastern side of the Cerna bend region, the enemy has begun to retire and allied troops have taken Orlea and Chaniste. In the region north and northeast of the Ozena massif, French and Greek troops continue to progress with the Serbian armies." GERMAN DEFENSE EMBARRASSED BY T Canadian Correspondent Tells of Falling Morale of the German Soldiers AT THE EMPRESS A rare compliment, unconscious ( though it was. was paid to Mary Mac-Laren's superb dramatic abilities dur- I ing the filming at Universal City of | "The. Model's Confession," the young star's first big new Universal special feature production, which will be seen at the Empress theatre tonight, Alfred Adams, secretary of the Retail Dry-Goods Merchants Association of Los Angeles, happened to be showing a few friends through the studios. The party paused before the set, where Miss MacLaren was appearing as a manikin in a fashionable Fifth Avenue gown shop. Adams looked hard at the star as she swirled and twfrled in a dazzling Paquin creation. He had never seen "Shoe*" or "Saving the Family Name," and he didn't recognize her. "Fine model you got there, sure its A few more recruits are now required for DRAFT APPLY AT ONCE R. N. W. M. Police Barracks LINE TO MONTREAL Montreal, Sept. 22.-The Canadian Northern Railway inaugurated on Saturday the last link of the transcontinental system, when the section between Hawkesbury and Montreal was formally inspected by officers of the railway commission and declared readyi for. traffic. The distance front Montreal to Ottawa, by tills new roiite is 112 miles. From the divisional yard- at Cartier-vllle to the Montreal terminal, a distance of 11-miles, electric locomotives will be used. The tunnel through Mount Royal, double tracked, is three miles' long. The grade of the new road is (i.10 of 1 per cent, from Montreal to Port Arthur, and one of the best in the world. In the supreme court this morning White Bull and Standing Alone who pleaded guilty to a charge of horse stealing were sentenced to six and three months' imprisonment, respectively, sentence lo date from July 22nd. His lordship in_-ijnposing sentence took into consideration the injurious effect confinement has on Indians and this accounted for the leniency showed to the accused. (By .1. F. B. Livesay. Canadian Press Correspondent, t With the Canadian Forces in France, Sepl. 22.-The week on the Canadian front has been one of watchfulness, 1 marked by continued patrols and ar-| tlllery actions on both sides of the Canal du Nord, which lends itself to this style of fighting. One post has been taken and re-taken four times and the operations have netted us a number of prisoners and a machine gun; even the German raids resulting in prisoners to us. Shelling has been continuous with gas predominating in the German bombardments. Aerial activity, both by plane and balloon, has been incessant. Several German planes and balloons have fallen to our pilots. Yesterday a German balloon was cut loose by our artillery and drifted rapidly away at a great height. It is now confirmed, that (lie German pilots are using parachutes. Our artillery has dominated the situation, frequently offsetting the German batteries and causing many fires, as well as destroying observation points and bridges, of which there are many in this district. There is an evident intention on the part of the enemy to hold the east side of the canal to the end, as one of the remaining strong lines in their possession. The importance of the breach made in the llindenburg line is commented on by a well known German critic.as one of the disasters of the war and as being ominously significant. II not only embarass a large part of the defensive front, but proves that any line can be taken. There lies the hardest blow to German cotifidence. la this type of warfare the casualties are light. The morale of the enemy is certainly on the downgrade, the continued assaults of the allies making themselves felt in every port of the front. 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.......................................... Saturdays Gym. 4.30 ............................................ Tuesdays Intermediates, Tuesdays and Fridays ......... 7.30 to 8.30 p.m. (15 to 17 years, inclusive) Intermediates, Boxing and Wrestling ........ 9.00 to 10.00 Fridays (For boys 15 to 17 years, inclusive) Seniors, Mondays and Thursdays ............ 7.30 to 8.30 p.m. Seniors, Boxing and Wrestling ........... 9.00 to 10.00, Mondays Business Men's Class, Fridays ................. 6.00 U 6.00 p.m. SCHEDULE OF FREE JUNIOR CLASSES WILL BE PUBLISHED NEXT WEEK and those Classes will be open on and after Monday, September 30th. In the meantime boys for such classes will be required to apply to the Secretary for enrolment. Boys for the, Intermediate Classes and Men for Senior Classes are urged to join up 'as early as possible and get in form. MAKE ACTS CONFORM. Vancouver, Sept. 23.-With the idea of bringing into conformity the compensation acts of British Columbia, Alberta, Saskatchewan and Manitoba, a meeting of the representatives of those provinces will be held in Vancouver on Monday, Sept. 30. "HANDS UP"-AT STARLAND NEXT MONDAY AUCTION SALE OF FARM STOCK, IMPLEMENTS, FURNITURE, Etc. 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. 2nd 1 grey gelding, fi years, 1,500 lbs.; 1 bay gelding, 8 years, 1500 lbs.; 1 bay gelding, 14 years, 1500 lbs.; 1 bay mare, 14'years, 1450' lbs.; 1 grey gelding, 11 years, 1200 lbs.; 1 Iron grey mare and colt st. side, 3 years. 1150 lbs.; 1 grey gelding, 5 years, 1200 lbs.; 1 bay saddle pony; 1 grey mare and colt at side, 12 years, 1150 lbs.; 1 Holsteiu cow, S years old; 1 Holstein calf, 8 months old; 40 White Leghorn Hens, trap nested and records kept. MACHINERY, ETC. 1 Kentucky press drill, practically new; 1 McCormick binder; 1 Deering mowing machine; 1 disc, harrow; 1 McCormick cultivator; 2 16-Inch Deering Stag plows, practically new; 1 hay rake; 1 hand plow; 1 garden cultivator; 1 3-sectIon harrow; 1 scraper; 1 Iron kettle (40 gallons); 1 Chatham fanning mill; 3 sets work harness; 1 top buggy; 1 set"buggy harness; 1 hand seeder; 2 Weber wagons; 1 Democrat; 1 grind, stone;. 1 tent; 70 lbs. binder twine. HOUSEHOLD GOODS, ETC. 1 Davenport; 1 Singer sewing machine; 1 extension table; 1 kitchen table; 1 white enamelled dresser; 1 white enamelled wash stand; 3 bedsteads; 1 bed spring; 1 library table; 2 mattresses; 1 Home Comfort kitchen range; 1 heater; 1 Daisy churn; 1 New Century washing machine; dining room and kitchen chairs; 1 wardrobe; dishes; lamps; kitchen 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 ;