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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - September 24, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta TUESDAY. SEPTEMBER 21, 101ft THE LF.THimmr.E DATLY IIKHALD I'Alil'; I'lVI'. ALLIED FORCES FORM III! 1'c Yini;> Ahead For Hultjsirs ;irul (torniuns Ketrealinj* '>n 100-Mile Front London, Sept. 24.-'(Macedonia). -The AnQloGrenk forcss in tho Doirnn rsglon have effected a junction with the Franco-Greek forcer, the west and continue to pursue the ritrcatlno, say;; the British nt.-itcmont on Macedonian operations. The Anglo-Greeks have, reached teMe Salt THE CAf tADIAN SALT CO. LIMITED Smokvitin, marking an advance I of 10 mileo up the Varciar, and arc j at Baznrli, three mlle3 north of Lake Dolran. The 3tntement follows: 'The pursuit, of the retreating Bulgarians on the Monastir and Doirnn front continues. The An-glo-Gnseka have reached the line dasnrill-Furka-Smokvlt/.a, where they arc in touch with the Franco-Greek forces." TURKISH OFFICIAL Constantinople. Sept. 23.-Concerning operations in Palestine, the official statement today from the Turkish war office sny3: "On the Palestine front, rearguard fighting is being conducted with great skill. They are facilitating and perinittinfl the accomplishment of our incisures on both aidns of the Jordan." Bolsheviki Repulsed Arrluiiwl, Sept. IS. i A ,' rrI.r materhi 1. l',y ! In mil"s southeast of e|' of tlie allied line. Italian and Alonn the entire front the enemy ero. line, the \'ardar 011 a wide lion I'sl.uh. the Serbians Ihienlen the l t;reatesf. import-; I an''"! and which ciipiurod documents j show to If a vital part of the. Hindeu-I lutri; deciises thill .'.viih to bo held at: I all costs. j I The lircs-ure which the iiritish have, i I i sMblishi'd here |* ohvioiiK from a 1 i?l,iiii"- ;it Die detailed maps. The i;reat': 1st. 'Juentin canal l'ovnis a utrotiR j i natural defense for the enemy for a. I ureal distance in this sector, hut just! lea.-." of Rotissoy it runs underground ; for about three miles. In oilier words. ! llo re is a i;ap In the waterway defense Mine and it is this wlii'm the Hermans jhavc been defending desiicrately. In frotii of Die caiml aloliK Dii.s /tap 'tlie IliiulcnliiirK line has been made e l�>"ially stroni: to protect tlie possible Kaieway. The Hritish divisions which have linen doiuc such m.'iL'hif-nt -vvork here have in front of 111 as opponent:'. U'.;t. only the fnm-i i Herman Alpine corps, hut. four i , iatis facing the Hrlfish and (ire jioices of tile ccntliil powers all- 1 cut off completely If the allies In Veli- and I'sl.uh. i MORE QUIET ON THE WEST FRONT ! Fitlhlimr (ill the woslern front is 110: on us liir^e a -i In addition to the tliru.t against, the (lennan defenses field .Marshal IliiiK is iinprovhiK his line al points to '�; has repnlsod 11 ( attack west of l^eeatelet, Nort'e Iiritish stopped a Heruian attack ill (iavrelle. whil" in I ' I'tive r: froiii ; � one whi'li may rhanip. the entire compl"Nioii Itiilkiilis. There I-, every n ;u,uu to believe that the Tur... ill a position similar to that in which the Teutonic fore�-themselves. In the far east, the allies have been victorious o, forci s and Austro-Certnan prisoners of war. m;iti leal ion The l'ili"S  shall t"ii '1 pulsuit 11 riiiaii Ini'i'i'.i iif" In.rniir; villac-s 'MiUi of (', 1 ad /.I- o. nan t and KuUrar-� �� ::ci I'n'ep Hi" . 1, ; ' l\i ;. 111.1 >' be liuiii; the Vardar ia'-' w.-ek. i'f \'eroiiind. it hw ill il and > Arras the I lie I'i'ii f ^ 11 on tile irtill ;i- I'd 'I in - A. .!. I'- i Died of VZounds n. i.-.ntoii  Nanton. |'|�", Il : 1 �. 1.1 . t M r.- I '.111:1. now n in 11 ' Hrafl ! in-.: 11111 i'i .1 tin- iin 1 .rr - I �,; - "�;u;-'.| Hf VO'Vr'R OF BADF.L �'.-'� of I'.a!)..:-- vviii ie a . jiui:, t'.priidlie' ion '" v ' !'d r. 1 .- special jTo. ': \" ,\ il an M ill be a'aov.-n toils'. Ill I |'k-- il" ,1 stl'elllMh I'lllc la):. il !.'�!�;). � 111:; 11 r.ext .. 1 -k:ii KiK'.laml. Gaosa P .Im lakeo on streioilh i. ol lie dli br in l' I no. t'li Harm I hi> ridi �no in il il- Min Kil- 1 etl bridfi Mil � f-i-in Mil' I ic " X. la ill ' 11 \ i 1 i �I! in "'^'�s and ifoinaie. � x a |'i 1 �oioi'.'.l 1;Ie Hi" day �� o ' ""I-; Main na! iv>.- 01 00 .r,.,l for 'lie;,,. ' i" r. : ile t im>- 1 a ;ne the "eonfoiiiidtUK ; a 1 i'.-'i'.lo is in �.-tiiie Ionia tin fit!'! I! dslo'vik What the Press Agents Say ilf!'ete|,l li x\ ere tll*l|-ll'e.-. i'idll' Sllplll 111.ill' �e,| Of ' Beaatity your Complexion -and rid tlie skin of unsightly blemishes, quicker and surer, hy puttinp; your Wood, stomach and liver in good order, th:in in any ether way. Clear complexion, bright eyes, rosy cheeks and red lips follow the use of Uccchum's Pills. They eliminate poisonous matter from the system, purify the blood and tone the organs of digestion-Use CHANS ILLS Wori't a Guinea a Box DiTf^*Jflr.�o'S:i(ci*lV�toitoWemfaar�lrilliKTtrT8�ft 5-iitl4(T'-(-C�. )sl>*lflfl, 2SctBU. In 11 t, aiiiiu'' io 'in 11,11IV ili.-in on- ti � A in.. 1 OUKlle 'f tile .-pe ^" i-i one 'I'oiirani.'i.-' can public adi " ac of �viv and iiiiK liar , Hie �d I a! sueeesMir to Metro's other iat riot ic melodrama. "The ll.itii productions xvern dl-y Wi 1 iin 111 t'hria'v Cahanne. oincilies and "I'reltv Hahies." more ilivlr-ions which the enemy lias thrown in. With tliis force of especially hard fit-litinir cast of Uonssoy in a �neiny troops occurred jus: uuadrilateral Wednesday-Thursday ALSO TWO REEL KEYSTONE COMEDY system of trenches, which the Iiritish captured. The fiernnin attacks here were continuous and heavy, but, on each occasion they repulsed with severe losses. Crush Turkey First Paris, Sept. 24. Turkey and Bui-Kiiria. says the Mai in, In iliscnsstnK jthe political importiin e of th(i re-1 verses noxv beiiiK Imposed on their j armies. mlKht. ho detached from Uer-j ; many, lint it. will be through the vlc-j ! lory of the allied armies and not by I !mi-i;-.:s of intrigues n'.id concessions. If | 1 dci lares that the Turkish and IJulKar-; [ tan governments would be actually | happy to negotiate with Die allies, but the entente cabinets Ivlicve they i must first cru-'h the miliiary power of these countries. AU Americans Out AVnsliiiiKton. Sept. Ul. l'tiited j States Consulf.eneral Poole bos ar- j rived at Uelsini'fors from .Moscow-1 and is due in S;oel,'irl;itld loniorio'.x ki'.wa.'s Variitl-.ount pb "Hidden Pearls " Thi- ire to - Ses -1 toplay emit was written ippear llax-h- leii ll-t- West of i ' llll LOCAL CLERKS TO [ 0 iMt'iclianls Decide \ 12; single beds, complete with springs and mattiv-m's; I foot and -t-'i foot beds complete; curtains: wash tub and boiler; kuch"n utensils, etc. TERMS CASH PHONE 770-469 FRIDAY NEXT AT 1231 FIFTH AVENUE A. HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE, ETC. COMMENCING AT 10.15 A.M. HANDS UP! [ ANCHOR-DONALDSON LINE' ' POPULAR SERVICE | 1 Canada to Glasgow { i For full Information apply to Agents | or Company's Office, 270 Main St.,' Winnlpefl, i 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 AT ONE O'CLOCK SHARP 1 grey gelding. f> years. l.Tiflrt lbs.; 1 bay gelding, S yearn, t50u lbs.; 1 bay gelding, It years, lattrt lbs.; 1 bay mar.', 14 years, H!>u lbs.; 1 grey gelding, 11 years, lliuu lbs ; 1 iron grey timro and cole at side, f, years. 1150 lbs.; 1 grey gelding, a years, l^'tid lbs.; 1 bay saddle pony; 1 grey mare mid colt at side. 1'J years. 115U lbs.; I llolstein coxv, S years old; 1 Holi-toin calf, S months old; 40 White Leghorn liens, trap ne,ted and records kept. MACHINERY. ETC. 1 Kentucky press drill, practically nexv; I McCormlck binder; 1 Deerlng mowing machine: 1 disc harrow; 1 .McCormick cultivator; 2 Itiliicli lleerlng Stag plows, practically nexv; I hay rake; 1 hand plow; 1 garden cub I vat or; 1 i'.-seciion harrow", 1 scraper; 1 Iron kettle (4d gallons!: 1 Chatham fanning mill; sets work harness; 1 lop buggy; 1 set buggy harness; I hand seeder; " Weber wagons; 1 Democrat; 1 grind stone; 1 tent; 7h lbs. hinder txvine. HOUSEHOLD GOODS. ETC. 1 Diivenport; I Singer sowing machine; 1 extension table; \ kitchen table; 1 white enamelled dresser; 1 white enanmlled wash stand; bedsteads; I bed spring; 1 library table; 2 mattresses; 1 Home Comfort kitchen range; I heater; 1 Daisy churn; 1 Now Century washing machine: dining room and kitchen chairs; 1 wardrobe; disnes; lumps; kitchen utensils and olhef arllcles. EVERYTHING MUST BE SOLD AS THE PROPRIETOR HAS RENTED HIS FARM. TERMS CASH L. P. TUFF, Owner J. A. SMITH, Auctlenttr W. H. PAWS0N, Jr., LETHBRIDGE. Bostrom- Brady Farm Levels ALL KINDS OF LEVEL WORK, BUT ESPECIALLY TO ADAPTED TO LAYING OUT IRRIGATION DITCHES NO SPECIAL TRAINING REQUIRED TO OPERATE AS FULL DIRlO-TIONS ACCOMPANY EACH INSTRUMENT. A FEW OUTFITS NOW ON HAND AT OLD PRICES WHICH WILL BE; ADVANCED BY THE FACTORY ON OCTOBER 1ST. ORDER NOW. BLOCK \ 71 ;