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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - September 25, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta WEDNESDAY, SEPTRMRKR 25, IMS THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY V?!?^1D PAGE FIVE Bulga rians Will Lose the Babuns Pass; British Reach Sudurbs of St. Quentin Paris, Sept. 25.-(Hnvaa).-The Bulgarians In their retreat northward, says ths Echo dc Pari 3. are not likely to be able to defend the famous Babuna pass, southeast cf Uikub where the Serbians made a heroic resistance in November, 1915. The pass is near Velcs, which Is almost within reach of the advancing Serbians. ITALIANS PUSH ON. Home, Sept. 25.-Italian troops In western Macedonia are pressing northward vitjorouMy and have occupied the heights north of Topolr.hani, midway between Monastir and Prilep. according to  an official statement from the war office today. CANADIAN GAIN. British Headquarters. Sept. 25. - (Canadian Press Dispatch from Reuters.)--The Canadians have scored a huge success by pushing forward southeast of Inchy to a depth of 1&0 yards on a front of 2-3 mile. The fighting Mas only local significance and is designed to take over the deep fringe of outposts protecting the Hindenburg line. As a result, of yo.-terrlay's IirIiUiik Jn tho nni^hborliooil of SI. ljuontin we .'tilvaiH.'e.i our lint" to well prisoners. a counter attack alter this i ward raid repulsed. In aerial fighting, says the stnfe-ni', "S enemy airplanes and six balloons were brought down yester- The Day's War Summary (By the Associated Press) In the encinlim: of St. Quenlin and In driving the Oenii.ins and Bulgarians northward In Macedonia, the allied armies lire making further progress against Increased enemy resistance. NEARING SUBURBS OF ST. QUENTIN Northwest, o.' si. Quentin the Dritish have followed up 'he allied success of yesterday, in which ihe British and French made further gains toward the town from the v.,-si ;,)>,| are pushing forward In the direction of the northwestern suburbs. Heavy fighting is taking place in the p-gluti of (iricourt, less than three miles north-northwest, and Seiency, two and a half miles northwest. The liriiidi are advancing despite r.-oiuiler attacks by the Hermans, who .were repulsed .wilh severe losses. On the French sector to (he south only the artillery has been active, between the Ailette and !iie Aisne the French have repulsed Herman attacks in the important trnitory around Alolsy farm, at the western end of Hie Chenilu-'les-Oames. ENEMY LINE IN MACEDONIA BROKEN Apparently 11 j � allies in Macedonia have completed the splitting apart of the Herman-Bulgarian forces easi anil west of the. Vardar. Tin- Serbians are pressing northward along the river toward Voles which the enemy apparently will not. be able to hang on to, as other allied forces are inarching northward in that direction from I'rllep. Standing on ih-- heights along ih.-The. text of the Serbian official statement reads: "The advance of the Serbian troops continues without any interruption on the left hank of the Vardar and north of the Prllep-Grndsko road. French troops have entered Prilep attacked by HAVE 10 SUSPEND .1 Threat of Newsprint Manufacturers to Cut Off Supply on That Date Sept. 2a. -John Imrie,^ Hie following statement e> Toronto, sued today the press: "The public of many Canadian citii will soon be without a daily newspaper if certnln newsprint paper manufacturer* carry into effect threats they have made to cutt off on October 1, the supply of newsprint paper to their Can- AT THE MAJESTIC nr. Zell Hunt, the acknowledged master of .mentality opened his en-riie retreating enemy Is fighting rear-! gagement at the Majestic theatre last guard actions and is falling back to-1 night to a day. The statement follows: '.Vorthwesl of Dixmude and northeast of Vpres we captured 70 prisoners in successful enterprises. ".North of Moenvres, partial attacks of the enemy were repulsed. Artillery activity increased on the canal sector to the south of Arleit.\-en-i;ohel|e. "Local counter attacks south of VIII- ANNOUNCES THE GREATEST PATHE SERIAL FEATURING RUTH ROLAND AND GEORGE CHESEBRO Every episudo .a wmploto story. Every .Monday and Tuesday an episode. Don't .forget the date. This serial starts next Monday, If it la not a Rood one 3TARLAND would not book It. Dmi't miss an episode, Starts next Monday. EMPRESS TONIGHT LAST TIMrf SWEEPING THE COUNTRY Voles. "On the other side of the Vardar. we have taken Warmat. On the Pri-lep-Grailslco road we counted 13 guns, a great number of ammunition wagons, field kitchens and other material and many head of cattle. "The Bulgarians have abandoned a hospital with 120 wounded. Several Wniimaninn soldiers have been set tree from Bulgarian captivity." Windsor Police Commissioners granted a ID per cent, increase to members of the force. (Hi LIKE Metro's A PRAIRIE FIRE Sensational Patriotic Spectacle (Without Battle Scenes) Draft 258 Directed by AVm. Christy Cabanne, Iho man who mad. "The Slacker" Seven Astonishing Acts Starring MABEL TALIAFERRO TOMORROW ONLY Charles Chaplin In Mb lilggest knockout u THE CHAMPION" WATCH FOR THESE BIG ONES TWO "Blindness of Divorce" AND Florence Reed in "TODAY" mm Bob Lodg UNION MADE OVERALLS SHIRTS & GLOVES f�.�.LpNGeCO.t.Mmft| well filled house. Hi j periiucnts in mental telepathy I much food for thought, whilst j demonstrations of modern hypnotism : are uni raitiounl's lamous Japanese star, is appearing in "Hidden Pearls." This was written for him by Ileulah Marie Dix and. directed by George H. Mel-ford. The latter has directed several of Ilayakawa's most famous releases including "The Cheat," which was perhaps his most famous. The cast supporting the star Is exceptionally good and indeed worthy of being called "all-star." It includes Margaret l.ooniis. Florence Vidor, Theodore Robi its, .luck Holt and other popular players. The old "eternal triangle" crops out in the play. In this case it Is a native linlf cast princess who falls in love with a man of her own blood, but who has been brought up as an American and who is Infatuated wilh mi American girl. How the triangle is smoothed out by Reulah Mario Dix and adian daily newspaper customers. "ICarly this monih Price Brothers and company. Limited, notified its Canadian customers that it would not supply th� in wilh paper alter October 1. .1. It. Booth gave similar notice to I certain of his customer.-,. Other manufacturers have threatened that Ihey also will cease supplying paper to Canadian daily newspapers on Oct. 1. "It is a coincidence thai the dale recently set by Commissioner Pringle; for the fixing of a new price for1 newsprint paper in Canada is the same as that fixed by the manufacturers tor their 'strike' in the matter of supply to Canadian dally newnpaiiers. It is unthinkable, of course, that there should lie any connection between the ultimatum of the manufacturers and .Mr. Pringle. The confidence of the public in royal cc.uuilissions would he seriously affected if there were any justification for a .suspicion that the pa'ties being investigated could stifle Investigation and secure a favorable decision by threatening to cut off supply unless a satisfactory decision were given by a specified dale." CALGARIAN APPOINTED Ottawa. Sept. LTi.-Gerald Robinson, formerly of Calgary, for the last year first assistant to the deputy minister of soldiers' civil re-establishment, has been appointed director of the invalided, soldiers' commission. Mr. Robinson was a well known wes-busiiiessman before ho came to WANTED! ALL MEN TO KNOW THAT THERE IS TROUBLE in C.P.R. Freight Dept. In Yard Office PLEASE KEEP AWAY Secretary of Freight Handlers and Clerks Kbis!!;7 Ottawa Director (leorgo II. Melford, is pictm esquoly shown and the fact that, the photoplay was made in Hawaii adds to the at tractIvonoss of the offering. Food Will Win the War Serve your country and yourself by raising FOOD or> the fertile plains of Western Canada. The Canadian Pacific Railway makes it easy for you to begin. Lands $11 to f30on acre; irrigated land up to $50; 20 years to pay. Loan to assist settle rs on i rri gated lands. Get full particulars and free illustrated literature from M.UN CAMERON, Gtt'l S*l t.M. In* 9Ci> 1(t St. Ewt, CALGARY TOMORROW THE GREAT JAPANESE ACTOR SESSUE HAYAKAWA IN >'HAUNTED BY HIMSELF" (Two-RmI Keyttona Corned/ "THE HIDDEN PEARLS" AT THE EMPRESS PATRIOTIC PLAY HAS A CAST OF NOTABLES Tn "Drafl -aS," .Metro's special patriotic production, which stars do-liKhtfiil Mabol Taliaferro, a cast of unusual prominence hus hecn chosen. As John linUiain, Wultor Miller appears ns th� fiance of alary Ahlon (Mahel Taliaferro), lie is n true patriot who enlists at tho first call for volunteers, In vivid contrast to Ills volo as tho slacker in "The Slucker." The pari of Matthew Alden, a "soap-box" orator, is played by Karle nrunuwick, well known on screen and stage. Kugeno Borden is seen to advantage in the role of (ioorgo Alden. He hag been seen in many stock productions ami screen plays. His speeches are broken up by tho police, and a German agent, under the guise of Socialism, takes cpiick advantage of Matthew's indignation and invites him to Join their meetings and address them. He is taken to Van Bierman, a banker, who is the master spy. At Washington, the draft board meets and draws tho now historic number 258, calling to tho colors the men holding that number. George Alden is called, but falls -to put in an appearance. Mary takes his papers herpelt and offers to go in his place. Her bravery and spirit nrouso tho latent manhood in many present, who have been trying to claim exemption. Finally tieorge Alden bocomeB imbued with the aamo spirit of service. J,ateit weekly and t,-Ko comedy, 'Trotty Babiei," , There was never a time when tho sacrifices uuick. Diseases' of Women, Mother and Babe, Marriage-to bo had at some dnig-storee or send oOc. I o Dr. Pierce, Courtwiiglit St., Briilgeburg, Ontario. If a woman suffers from weak back, nervousness or dizziness-if pains alllict her, the best ionic and corrective is one made up of native herbs, aud made without alcohol, which makes weak women strong and sick women well. It is the prescription of Doctor Pierce, used by him in active practice many years and now sold by almost, every druggist in the land, in licpiid or in tablets. Send Dr. Pierce, Buffalo, N. Y., 10c. for trial pkfr. Dr. Pierce's Pleasant. Pellets arc also best for liver and bowel trouble. Slralford, 0>il - "Dr. Vicrcp's l-'avorilo Prescription wan n grrat help to mo. riuiitiR an rxptcunt period 1 becarno nil run-down, wfriik and nervous nmi rould no', eat- won nauseated. 7 stir �uf-ferrd with turkarliM. 1 was a uompVcte wreck and wan down tick in bed when 1 began taking 'Favorite Pre-tii-riplion.' I tooti eom-meiH-ed to [eel atronger and it. finally roatored me to health and jiren*tli. I oowld do all my work and folt, fine. 1 had practically nnautferintanrt my baby waislrong ndficalthy.-Mri. 7'Aomus Burltiok. 36U�ruSI. WANTED FREIGHT HANDLERS, FREIGHT CLERKS, CAR CHECKERS, TRAIN CLERKS, CALL BOYS, BAG-GAGE HANDLERS. Good Wages-Permanent Positions APPLY SUPERINTENDENT'S OFFICE, C. P. R. DEPOT, LETHBRIDGE AUCTION SALES FRANK WADDINGTON THURSDAY NEXT, SEPT. 26th AT TWO O'CLOCK ON THE PREMISES, 803 SIXTH AVENUE SOUTH WILL SELL BY PUBLIC AUCTION AN ASSEMBLAGE OF HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE And effects iriclutlins: NELSON GAS COOKING STOVE; Kan heatiiiK roll; quantity nearly new linoleum; extending uinlnK table; (HniiiK chairs; SEVEN NEARLY NEW CONGOLEUM RUGS, various sizes; oak chiffonier; dresser with oval mirror; two adjustable lounge chairs; kooiI carpet square, 9x12; single beds, complete with springs and mattresses; -1 foot anil 4-6 foot beds complete; curtains; wash tub and holler; kitchen utensils, etc. TERMS CASH PHONE 770--�8� FRIDAY NEXT AT 1231 FIFTH AVENUE A. HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE, ETC. COMMENCING AT 10,15 A.M. Bostr om- Brady Farm Levels ADAPTED TO ALL KINDS OF LEVEL WORK, BUT ESPECIALLY TO LAYING OUT IRRIGATION DITCHES NO SPECIAL TRAINING REQUIRED TO OPERATE AS FULL DIRECTIONS ACCOMPANY EACH INSTRUMENT. A FEW OUTFITS NOW ON HAND AT OLD PRICES WHICH WILL �d ADVANCED BY THE FACTORY ON OCTOBER 18T, ORDER NOW. WU DAU7CHM I- 9, STAFFORD BLOCK  II. rAWdUNy Jr., LETHBRIDGE. ?13182 067?24 21 ;