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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - September 28, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 28, 1918 THE LETHBHJDGE DAM.* HKRALD- PAGE THIRTEE Bulgaria Out of the War Says Their Ambassador WaahMtonj/Jept :;rife*ul0�r- V iWrffebtlytell defined- that n�r~mlHt- : ,4�f .Stephen .P�n�teroff, .Bulgarian f � tf. tnfnMMMera,�Wtt>! teefieVea that t, -' hla fcAfintry :oW|#lttljH iM -tot abtfn- to , llvten to peace oyer- ? turea, will appeal to the United! : Statei to uee Its good offices. PANIC BERLIN 'CHANGE London, Sept. 28.-A panic prevailed today on the Berlin stock exchange a� the result of developments In Bulgaria, according to a dispatch from The Hague to the Central News' Agency. AU8TRIAN3 WITHDRAW Londpn, Sept. 2S>-Austria Is ' withdrawing her troops from Al-, banla, according to reports received in Amsterdam from well informed aou/oa; the Central New* correspondent at Amsterdam wires. Britain Outlines Terms London, Sept. 28.-Great Britain has replied to the Bulgarian request for, an armistice. The reply, It ia said, la fully covered bir the answer given tUp Bulgarian 'representatives by the commander of the* allied armies on the Bulgarian "front.-By this reply it la ary operations can be suspended. At the same time, regar?lng the proposal that duly accfedRedjiBwlgar-lan representatives should �� confer with the allies on the question of peace, It has been made: quite clear to the Sofia government thai isuch a peace necessarily Involves.! a complete rupture by the Bulgarian government with -  Turkey, Germany and AUfltria-Hungary. The allied governments/.necessarily der maud every guarantee' which they consider nece86ary',"tb. them to safeguard ftheir military operations and prevent thd* despatch o� German troops ttt; is said, is one of' the conclusion 6t , isuch a military agreement Jib '� j yidXAA prevent ,> any further danger), Uom- the . Bulgarian The public is herein advised that some unscrupulous person has, i been soliciting "Dry Cleaning" business in the city, claiming that he was working for the Lethbridge Laundry Co.'s Dry Gleaning Dept. The:-frea^o^.,isr^Vi5^.''H'e: was, on foot, but claimed he* had a car just around the corner. \ ' v ' ;r .,, The job was returned without oiir printed list on it, which gave the lie to his statement. ; Our representatives travel ei^herin a car, or wagon, which bears our riamel . We respectfully solicit a share of" the public patronage. ' Lethbridge Laundry Co., Ltd. PHONE 451 C. 3. FARROW, Manager that we have a method of doing all "kinds of DRY CLEANING that eliminates EVERY TRACE of the SMELL of GASOLINE. This can only be done by the, use of an up-to-date Dry Cleaning POWER PLANT such as we have recently built, and equipped with the latest type of machinery. 7 The Dry Cleaning Plant is entirely separate and apart from the Laundry and is the only one in the. province south of Calgary. , IT 18 OURS TO SERVE. GiVaj, US A. TRIAL. Lethbridge Laundry Co. Ltd. C. S. FARROW, Manager P. 0. Box 477 Phone 451 APPLY PACIFIC CARTAGE CO., LTD. CALGARY nlde to the operations of the allies in the .Balkans. Demobilize Btllgar Army 1 .This 'implies the demobilization of-the Bulgarian arjny dr US employment elsewhere against* Bulgaafa'r, present allies. No steps in the. territorial questions involved will be taken without the., fullest � cooperation andsupport of Greece and. Serbia, but one of the, essentials of any preliminary agreement must be the evacuation by Buljarhv';ftJl'All, territory outside,,Bufe garin proper occupied by her armies since the outbreak of the war. If the Serins laid down, which have' been dispatched to Sofia, are not atfs ceptable toy. the ;Malinoft government, the .allied powers', it is adiled*, fhaitre no further conditions to- prbhbse'ahd it will rest! with Bulgaria "to tind. npxer representative!) who. can accept these conditions. : p : c ;:>> i '.'"   D'Eeprey, Thanked ; ' ." v � Paris, Sept ; affi^PremJeri fllemftn ceau. has addressed the following ite> egramr. tw.Qaft.-f BYanchet D'S^pery, the commander of the . allied/, troops -.in Macedonia: 'AttaclS:j�y;Hhe armies in-the-; east era theatre1 take the. proportions of a great victory- TIlia . brilliant operation has opened to the: Serbians ac: cess t.o their, latherland and given honor to the commander "STio planned the attack and the troops which undertook them. I; address] to; you my per-', sonal' congratulations' and beg-that you transmit the; admiration and' gratitude of the French government to the allied and French troops under your command." '�'.-.'j n !'j :,'..!;:' ' Yanks 'Hear Bulgar Move With the American ,'Army in France, � Sept. 27.-t-Rep6rt's| ,af', thfe; Bulgarian .proposal for, mi;. iurntistice reached; .the rear lines tdrkjiKternfOdn. .The. receipt was coincident! jwithi new:. Ger-: man propaganda' attempts, lehemy airplanes dropping thousands inf leaflets. -,.''.-./' German: Version, . Amsterdam, Sept..:?$.-fThe Cdlognc Gazette tpday i declares ,'thaf the brilliant strategic plan. /''^WtfC^ a. large body of Caiia-dian -troojpa.^as engaged on this front, as many ^pre were employed in � a wide ^turntSg' movement against the ^nemy'^.posftfons rendered impregnable by the flooded canal further north. -Tiiise elements crossed the canal, a little northeast of Inchy-en-Artbis and* tBSn bent north, taking the enemy defense in flank all along these eastern slopes. Few Tanks Employed. The enemy no doubt regarding it as a position-Unassailable by frontal attack, was th'us turned and captured at relatively'small cost. Few tanks assisted' in these operations. Canadian gunners, supported by Imperial heavy artillery and by the flanking batteries of the corps,- prepared the way by a tremendous, barrage, whose first task was to complete the work of opening the 'first road for the infantry. Great Work of Draftees. The feature of this barrage was that it lifted very ihortly, being designed to fully complete its work on a given area.. The infantry, flowing up methodically, combined the lessons of trench warfare with the tactics of Open .fighting, digging themselves in on appointed lines, where fresh waves of our men. went over them and pushed the drive still further ahead. A feature of the,battle was the excellent account given of themselves by the new recruits,- who during the past three weeks have^'hrought the infantry units up to strength. Many of these were -one year men and ifi they -suffered, perhaps, during their'-training under the stigma of being conscripts, they learned ; when they reached the. battle line that they were regarded as comrades in arms. Imbued with that spirit, they gavera magnificent account of. themselves. "Good Canadians all," commented a brigadier, whose command by reason of its fighting losses in the past seven weeks, had received a very Targe number of these recruite. Tired out as they" were with a month of heavy fighting;, coupled with long route marching, the veterans Of the battles of Amiens and Arras were back ,tb top form today. VFor r. fortnight the front line has bdpn thinly held and troops not thus engaged, although subjected to. harassing . shell fire and bombing, ' have rested up. They had taken again to football and baseball and they went in today with the eame certainty of victory which has always carried them through to their objectives. The spirit of the corps was ,neyer higher. That 'was a line p^ece o^ work/ that the Saskatchewan Provincial G.W.V. A- pulled off when they closed ,out. iV'TJer Courier.'' They had a long and hard figh't to make the authorities see just how much harm was being done, by this insidious publication, but they' managed it at last, and "Der Courier" is now extinct. Alberta owes a lot to G. G. McNeill, Provincial Secretary for Saskatchewan, in this matter, for this German newspaper had a large circulation in this province, and was putting up a pretty useful fight on "Me Und Gott's" behalf. . Did you read "Windermere's cable in Thursday's Calgary Herald? He quotes from a statement by Major General Forster,- who commands the Canadian Medical Services, and it is a very definite and conclusive answer to those jingoists who have been crying- "Wolf" on the question of the morals of the men of the C.B.F. We have been racking our brains to discover what reason Ursenbach could have for his recent tirade against legalized vice, and so far have failed. Now, when he tried to put. a. halo around the Mcnnonites it was obvious- tion'at Calgary and Medicine Hat have followed the lead of Lethbridge, and taken up the Mennonite question with their local members at Ottaffl^ Wel\li for some satisfactory action in the near future. ., . " LETHBRIDGE TRADES AND LABOR COUNCIL WRITE A POEM FOR BIG LOAN CAMPAIGN Ottawa. Sept. 28.-The Dominion press news and feature committee of the Victory loan organization announces a national poem contest in connection with the coming campaign; Canada's poetical talent is invited to make offerings, not' exceeding 200, which will be judged largely on their effectiveness in influencing the public to buy bonds. A, prize of a $50 bond of the new issue will be award-, ed for the best poem submitted. The next be3t 24 poems will be awarded special mention and |5 will be paid for. those which the committee decides to use in the course oNthe campaign. Prof. Wallace, of Torontj> University, and the editor of Victory Loan National Press News, will be the judges, The contest closes Oct. 15, and awards will be announced a few days later. INGER30LL MAN KILLED Woodstock, Ont, - Sept.'' 28.-E. D. Harlow, of Ingersoll., was killed and Miss Ada Cummings- of this city severely injured last night when their automobile ran into, a Canadian Pacific''railway passenger train.' The brakes on the automobile irefused to work and it crashed into the centre of the train. � ^ GOT 18 MONTHS . Macleod, Sept. iS.-Betoro Mn Justice -Walsh at a special sitting of 'the court in Macleod, on Tuesday evening, Art Pettibone, of Spring,Point, w.asJ sentenced to 18 months' imprisonment; The' d,efqndant was; charged* some months ago with attempted abortion of a young -woman at Oowley, and was found guilty by the judge presiding at the Criuii.mil Supreme Court at Macleod. The case'was appealed and taken before the Appeal Court of Alberta, but this court upheld the findings of the JUS? Cv-rt. � >. OF THE CIVIC EMPLOYEES OF THE CITY OF LETHBRIDGE WEDNESDAY NEXT, OCT. 2nd AT EIGHT O'CLOCK IN THE LABOR HALL Matters of vital .interest will be discussed and all employees of the city should attend. DON'T FORGET,-WEDNESDAY NEXT, IN THE LABOR A soap of g healing for Baby "~" Mothers everywhere . should realize that they have in Lif ebuoyasale, healing, inexpensive, and absolutely pure Soap that will make the children's skin glow with the bloom of health. ,�. 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