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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - September 27, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 27, THE LF.THBRIDGE OA FLY HERALD PAGE FIVE CANADIANS ARE IN NEW BRITISH DRIVE ON CAMBRAl: FIVE THOUSAND PRISONERS TAKEN The Day's War Summary o---- LONDON, Sept. 27.-The number of Germans taken prisoner by the Fnnch and Americans in their drive In the Champaone and to the east exceeds 10,000, according to a Paris dispatch to the Ey.chnnpc. Telegraph company. ! CANADIANS IN DRIVE British Headquarters, Sept, 27. - (Renter's). - The Canadians took part in the British attack this morning In the Cnnal du Nord region. SATISFACTORY PROGRESS London, Sept. 27.- (7 p.m.).- The new British thrust against the German positions in fror.r. of Cnmbral i3 progressing satisfactorily, according to the iical received here at thio hour. Th- attack is viewsd here ar. a strong British effort to take Cambrai. BERLIN ADMITS RETREAT Belln, Sept. 27.-Via London).- German troops on both cities of the Argonne retired to their lines of defense before the Franco-American attack Thursday, according to the official statement from general headquarters today. FRENCH OFFICIAL Paris. Sept. 27.-The allied offensive in Macedonia continues successfully, says a French war office statement last night, and the allied troops are pushing their was over the mountain ranges toward Bulgarian territory. The statement re�ds: SMAND TONIGHT AND TOMORROW SELECT PICTURES PRESENT j NORMA TALMADGE IN I "BY RIGHT OFJ PURCHASE": SIX REELS. ALSO I TOTO "A ONE NIGHT STAND" ' TWO REELS OF FUN TRY TO COME TO THE MATINEES AS WE CANNOT GUARANTEE SEATS WITHOUT WAITING AT "Army of the East. Sept. 25.- The operations on Sept. 24-25 were particularly successful. The formidable massif of Belachitza has been reached and the frontier t.f tulgnria passed *t Kosturino by the British, arm* whtoh Is marching on Striimnitza, The heifibtn of the Gradr.tr, mountain range h;ive been reached by the Franco-Greek I'-oopc. Serbian foT.rr. h,v-Am-ii'Mii , thru.'-:' from pattl of l:iioim, lo IVrctiiii. h�� liurlml Hie H lit Ml nKtiiiod tin j t Oritic.fi line north of Si. (iir�:iititi un :i from, i-outh i;K. bin mud h" would receive accrcdlte-d Uuljrnrl.in delegates. M'-tuiwhile, the i'lli'-il (uriia .mi piese-ini; mi and punning further iipart tli" divided (iennuti and llulKnri.iii armies. | AMERICANS BEYOND OLD LINES I From the new line reached Tliursilny iiij?ht the American force- bcuwet, j Ibr- A>t-i�j!ii"' anil tin' Mi.'U-c continue lo /in'.-'s northward ihiouKli tin-j hilly wooded country v.cm' of Verdun atirl are well beyond tin- ordinal Hemum lill'-k. PRI30NERS REACH 12.000 TOTAL \\Vft of the Argonw- 'o tlx Suipp". th- French haw n - i ;: r i * -   1 More , II',-in three ami a half :11iI"r- ial.'i'ii pained the second fotmidaid- T WINERS' STRIKE BUY YOUR BABIES' BOOTS AT THE HUOS,ON'S UAY SHOE SALE MAJESTIC TONIGHT AT 8 30 AND ALL WEEK Dr.ZELL HUNT In Modern Hypnotism and Mental Mystery. Prices ........... 25c, 35c, 60c SPECIAL MATINEE SATURDAY Adults 25c Children 10c mum depth of approximately miles. Largest Attack Yet I'avn, S'.pt. 27. .\liii�Kl);il Koch launched h>s offensive by Kranco Am � ericm (ir.iei on .i larger srali- liiall .i:iy of hi-, previous otVensive thrusts. \i i oni tit; 111 'I"' latest advhei reaching Tans .it thn time thl.- dip-mlch w.i i lll.'.l, i-a.iy tltih morning, tiie at t.'i'k uas pio�\e^sinK favorably ali ' aloiii' the line. I The allied c ntiimiiudcrV new tj-1>U I hIiuiiIiI. however, he viewed not an an : INoluled operation, even thoiirjli It Is important in itself, hut in tta relation Hi the whole iampaiitn. Viewed in : 'his wav. Mo- ^iKniiirunre ol I lie lieavy f)Rli!!ilK that has i alien place iiIiiiik .the nnlpu.'ils of th,. Ilinilenbui'K lln� , from Flaiulcts to the Alsiin lieiiime ; apparent. i This iIkIhiiir was not what ;i super- il line deeply and Hi rrmnly fnli.lflfiil and  ('(impuMiid of inniiiii'.'i'iibln HiieeeRslve i linert of treui'lies. switelif's. dugouts, redoiihts and field fort ificatlons all! f>iilit. dniiii..; four yniirs of unbroken j enemy ofetinatJoii. K'ti'llH rnion.', whil" on tne Anieri can seetor altarli tin. '� 11>-1h;- inipeiirK lo have been iaim!il Daneinc sineetlie ! Aiiieiicans iiiipear to haw taken a tiiiinlj'i' of tiie stiotmist poiulft oiii ; | of llllllll. Ill" (ini mans Tl i' 1 "� 1 llave rx j pecl"il the :iitiie|f v.e-'t or the Ar ; ^.iiit|i' Tin"'i' was i;\ iil-iir,. of Hiis | in tiie imillipl'.eity of raid - I hey had i clil'l'ieil out there within tin week. Tamii-ally, the operation was planned and larrierl out willi eonsmnmate skill. Sll-licet im; tllat tile (i-t'lll.'Uls were likely to iinilati; (!en. ('"oiii's tricl; by vt'iiliilniwiiiK their advatve detouse.-. s.'oiits u >,;'c n.nt out all alonr Ihe line hefoi-i' tlie artillery preparation slarted. The reports hIiow-ed that tiie French staff had guessed liRlit. lltion met u- m the llolst'tlise- i iris ,Kly l,e hi. '('el'-Kes \voni| observed." Shatter German Defenses I'aris. Sept Tli- army of (ion. (Jouiiitd ban Just tiilieu by storm in tiie sector between the Sulppo and the Ai'Konne. not only his old positions, but all of the German lirs' positions, says an otlicial review of the Franco- ('aUar>. Scji'. l'V. "I'rnjjrrss i" beint' inadc. In'f thei- is absolutely iiolh'ii:^. thiit lb" iiuhlic should know .vet," Sliid ' unimi-siolier of Mitle>- Anusi roiij- ice Dlstrim Is'o. Is this tiioruinir. .N'o aid has been askml o' Ottav.a and 'h"i"e inm o fat been no nei'.-ssity for such u s|i ji b"ini; taken. Hon. Mr. s-'loaii Is -nil in the -ify ,111 "ll'l i (ic li" ' ol'ferenc i. mid 'V. 1!. Wilson. :i/aii,'f."'r of Die Cio'.v's X �' s t i'ass Mi;\e- ''niupauy. i'el ll"'te,| tliij: tiiorniiiK Irom [-"!"11i. Mr. Wil-on. it 1- iitulersiood. ha � re'.u.-ed to meet the driift. evaders, possibly hundredn, hnvc I coiiKtegaied in thn woods on private j preserves of fish and game clubs In j the northern part of (lie: province of , (Jtiebee, is the information sent, in : from various (|unrtn.rs to .lames K. j Innes. semelary of Ihe provincial lish ami ::atuc association, l-'rom the In-' fortiiat.i'in received, Mr. Inncs belioves , tliat pnihtibly more than Ion men have built camps and settled in one district 'uhilo there may he nmiiy more in �other [inrls as information is constantly comiiiK in from Rubles that, numerous "strangers" have been mel ' in many pans of the woods. (letiiian d","ense n-ii-i- iniiudini; ihe I'amoitH Navarin farm, tin- li-.tn ,ilu i'liiiure and the Ihut' 'I ii - \ i *� v l �; 1. .ui'n taken hy the Am'Ticatis, lirin ide. fiEUMANS HAVE BEEN OUTFLANKED Already the ,aiar,s facini; the Fr � r a front of 20 miles the American army advanc I �,> tin nvi'iitKi' depth m "'.en tulles, capturing 'wo importnni towns. Th' l'r"in li, v. est of the ArRoMi" ioimi. ruined from three to four miles at certaiu point-and are maintain:i,c coir'tatit contaft with the enemy. Itntmi-vmix. on th. west hank of the Mmi'i;. niniroxliniilely live mile,-, north of Urudman'.- Hill, itoiibwesi of Verd'ui. i the deepest {mint of jienetration oti'ii-ially ''(" 11�1J �  I .Vliead of Ihe Frete h ami Americans ate a number of Important railwaj liti". wlili Ii f"Cd 111" li-ru, 1:1-i iiositiotis nlnnn the trim'. NEW BRITISH ATTACK LAUNCHED The new 'trl'i�i. attiiek F11111' i 1 . ^ei-liian cavalry i- pr. : rxcellent suitable for this purpose. ALLISON'S PORTRAIT STUDIO BALMORAL BLOCK iuer. �ito h;ij after many hour-, it i-; evident that | 1. |It ,-i,,,, ,,{ tins �,,rk timate-, tin' enemy 14 siiibb.'uiily retiring tnln,,,, ih-i.. have also h.-.-n ]7.'en cat prepared lines to which all ills hcivy 1 ,],. shippe i inio tiie nonii, ::', imn artillery hid been wltlidntwn Tins | s|,,,,.|,_ Ahl\ _.-,,,, ,,,-,.,.... ... ,, result of w;is the rn;i.-nr Hint hi- artillery n-j,!,,. (,,., rri'Uht pollc.v totlocii them action tvis iiuulmiuate ilmiiiK the '-:wly (-;-],,. hcir.^es up t, date iniv- not 1.....11 , th ial olHervntlon mUht coiiclude tn in re-it from the enemy by (JoKfjcd .if. ! fort, vlllanes of more or loss import-j nncn. It was ptiuiarily intended to ; foil � (len. I.niendmii to keep heavy ' font's on thai pan of the front and i make il difficult for him to form a } frci.h stratenlc reserve and mean part of the battle. t Hard Job for French. With tli" French Ariii\ on ih- rl.an. li:ii;no Fimit. Sept .'il iT p 111 ' . lly i he A-sociaii"! Press.1 Gmi Goiiranl's ; men ii'Tr ' utlnultif. t'.e-- advance , IoiiIkIh almic the from Wi*t cf thn i A:rmniie fore-1 tlre.it". ie>i>t",ncc i in- bemi: e:o iiint'Ted I st:o iiM wi-i- loiind to imp-: proKie.-s. \!:..,!ii of them 1 j of countrv .-i-ven or ei�tht t>ii 1   s deep 'over whiiii Uiefti is a laliyrimli of j Irene lies. Manv blnckliiuisen liave j been built b\ tin' Cernuiiis there nnd the ground m-'iiih as difth .'.H of cap-' ture as that taken from the (lei mans j toil a>. I The (lerm.ui-, by their retirement i today, have itained a little time in American operations issued today- a I which to brim: up renerves whll.. c,cit. lavfie portion of the old front hero has j Cmirard is brinninK up Kims This is been established since 101.7. The b.-,r-|nn MilvulitaKe in which it is difficult rior behind which the ,-neniy thotiK'nt his army was absolutely safe, tho statement adds, has been shattered and captured. Near Bourlon Wood London. Sept. L'7. -Katiy at 8.2.1 o'clock one or morn of i!i '�om' at 1I10 niilish were approachm: i western Hindfinbiii'R positions and to j let '.node another hurricane on either ; side of the AVRonne. , ) A Hard Jtruogle I , , , 1 As for the sfruKKle ItHolf. It was a!"1: hayiiiK been seen abmit a mile wett on t!m Kronch Houlon spin'. The Cumulians, who drove forward across the Canal dti Nord above .Mo.'ii-vres, were reported at ti.10 partp ularlv hard one on the Kronch iof """'I"" �'n' BIO DOUBLE PROGRAM CHAPLIN in "THE CHAMPION" FRANKLYN FARNUM in "THE EMPTY CAB" Also AlliitV Official War Ravlew. No Advance in Prlcea. Tomorrow-IRENE CASTLE in "THE MYSTERIOUS CLIENT" A cyclonic, i.wlft marine play, with an ending that leavea you gasping (or breath. French ccpltn! Parin the capricious; Dr. '/.ell Hunt, the mental wonder, j Paris the fustldluus; Talis the. ills-cantimies to draw the crowds, to the \ irimiiuitinK; Tari* that recognizes the the Herman linen pruparatory to the, attack which henim this morniu.t i\a--a niaKiiiticeni spectacle. It was a cloudleiiH nisht and ibouaands of i;u:is. all flriitK furiously, wroalhed the hills iu a ceai-ouiss hparkle of flatuoliUe i myriad firoflles. Kor six hours I be j roar of tho cannon, like thn roll of a | giant drum, was unbroken. The enemy i* reported to havo been ^uaplclous of an attack Honwwiiere. in j the Champsgno sector, or toward lliicy. and for tho laat ton dsyn was t watching Uib front closely. During 'ho 1 4S hours precodlnrj ihe attack he had t.Majeitic. i.isi night's uudlenee belnp very mithii.::'-1 ic Ditiint; his stay iu the city tiiis week, the doctor has made many friends will: his Kenial humor and Rood nut ured way of working. He will appear a! the Majestic aKaiu to-iiijiht, in an <�nt!roly new program. I There will he a special matinee 011 I Saturday afternoon, lor tho ladles and ! rhIMron, at which special reduced [prices have been �et. BUY YOUR BABIES' BOOTS AT THE HUDSON'S BAY SHOE SALE AT THE EMPRESS "BLINDNESS OF DIVORCE" AT THE EMPRESS ON MONDAY Social conditions us they exist today, with particular- emphnris on ih.' divorce evil, are graphically and start-ingly shown in the "Blindness of Divorce," which is to be tho attraction at the Kmprosst next Monday and Tuesday. It has as Its theme the terrible con�iH)iiencen thr.t como f.-oni the neglect of some husbands and their willingness to rush into tho divorce court upon suspicion and wreck the lives and happlnods of their wives. "Tho Blindness of Divorce" was written and directed by Prank Lloyd, and It Is surely a masterpiece. The atnry is an abaorbiag one, which holds one's interest from beginning to end, Irene Castle, who will atar in tho Pathe play, "Thn Mysterious Client," at the Empress theatre Saturday, Is fiold and Fpurns dross in art and personality; I'aris discovered Irene Castle us the most captivating of modern dance.:'.-*. The girl returned 10 ihe I'nlted States mid established a new auceoss Ihrnnjt'i her tine, shy, elusive person-ttlity and the sraco anil poetry of her danchiK. OliurUe Chaplin will appear ueain tonSxbt In "The Champion," a knock-ou* him. At Starland Tonight and Tomorrow. j Twelve Days on the Western Front LECTURE UNDER AUSPICES OF THE WOMEN'S CIVIC CLUB At KNOX CHURCH MONDAY EVENING, Sept. 30th AT EIGHT O'CLOCK W. A. BUCHANAN, M.P. Who was a guest of tho British and French governmenta on vlaito to the British, Canadian and Krench fronts in France and Belgium, will tell tho Btory of his trip through these war torn countries. There will also bt a short Musical Programme ADMISSION - - - 50c Tickets obtainable at: Red Cross Drug Co., Frank Hedlay Drug Co., Consumers' Hardware, Y.M.C.A., or from any member ot the AVomen'g Civic Club. PROCEEDS ARE TO BE USED TO PROVIDE CHRIBTMAO PARCELS FOR OUR SOLDIERS OVERSEAS, ;