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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - September 25, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 25, 1918 THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY PAGE FIVE Bulgarians Will Lose the Babuns Pass; British Reach Sudurbs of St. Quentin Paris, Sept 25.-(Havss).-The Bulgarians In their retreat northward, lays thie Echo de Paris, are not likely to be able to defend the famous Babuna pass, southeast of Uskub where the Serbians made a heroic resistance In November, 1915. The pass is near Veles, which Is almost within reach of - the advancing Serbian* ITALIANS PUSH ON. Rome, Sept. 25.-Italian troops In western Macedonia are prcs- � Ing northward vigorously and have occupied tho heights north of Topolohanl, midway between Monastir and Prllep, 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 150 yards on a front of 2-3 mile. The fighting has only local significance and Is designed to take over the deep fringe of outposts protecting the Hindenburg line. As a result of yesterday's fighting in the neighborhood of St. Quentin wo advanced our line to -well east o[ the hamlet of St. Helene, which lies between BeUengllsn and Pontruet, so that we are within rl/l PHONE 770-46� ; FRIDAY NEXT AT 1231 FIFTH AVENUE A. HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE, ETC. COMMENCING AT 10.15 A.M. ^1 '"�."I Farm Levels ii ADAPTED TO ALL KINDS OF LEVEL WORK, BUT ESPECIALLY TO; LAYING OUT ' \^ IRRIGATION DITCHES NO SPECIAL TRAINING REQUIRED TO OPERATE AS FULL .DIREC TION8 ACCOMPANY EACH INSTRUMENT. FEW OUTFITS NOW ON HAND AT OLD PRICES WHICH W.ILL ADVANCED BY THE FACTORY ON OCTOBER 1ST. ORDER NOWipt W. H. PAWS0N, Jr., &^gSf| ;