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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - September 30, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta VOLUME XI LETHBRIDGE, ALBERfft. MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 30, 1918 NUMBER 246 FOCH HAS FIVE ATTACKS GOING ON THE WESTERN FRONT Bulgar Appeal Granted, and War on the Front Nay Come to an End (Germans Lose 40,000 Prisoners in Three Days on West-^ Cambrai to Fall Soon-rNew Attack on 35-Mile Front in St. Quentin Region-AlLOther Attacks Progressing- Serhs Make Gains. LONDON, Sept. 30.-(By Associated Press)-Field Marshal Haig's forces today smashed the Hindenburg line on a front of eight miles to a maximum depth of two miles. [The British attack was made just north bf St. Quentin. The British and French armies attacking in Flanders have advanced for an average depth of five miles and a maximum depth of eight miles. LONDON, Sept. 30.-4n the heavy fighting around St. 'Nicholas, in Serbia, near the Bulgarian frontier east of Veles, the Serbians have compelled the-Bulgarians'to retire, according to a Serbiarvpfhcial statement received here. BRITISH OFFICIAL LONDON, 'Sept. 30.-British, American and'Ausfrahari wb: "The air force co-operated in every phase of Saturday's operations., Patrols carried out flights far behind the German .lines, -reconnoitering noads and railways by day and night.' In spite of-the clouds and rain, successful observation for the artillery,wus accomplished. The location of - advancing troops was conetantly reported to the headquarters of the formation. � r "Twenty-two hostile machines wero destroyed and three were driven down out of control. Twenty-four of.R., that an accommodation coach is now-being placed on .the way ' freights on both the Cardston and Coutts branches for the accommodation of passengers.. ' The way freight leaves Lethbrldge en each .line on Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays between 7 and I a.m. It reaches Cardston and Coutts on the evening of those days, and returning leaves Cardston and Coutts on Tuesdays, ' Thursdays and* Saturdays. The; coach will be .for the accommodation of passengers only, and will hot run according to any schedule, but it wilt be a great boon to travellers on the south lines. On the Cardston branch It will mean practically a dally service and Will alee help considerably on the Coutts branch'. ? Amsterdam, Sepi_ 30.--En}: accepted KAISER ACCEPTS QUITS JOB ALSO . Amsterdam, Sept kk-Chancellor Von Hertlihg and Foreign Secretary Voq Hlntie have tendered their resignations to Wie emperor, thevVosslsshe Zeltung of Berlin aaye ft understand*. � ? . , greater intensity in spilesof) the unfavorable weather. Thirty-four tone of." bombs > were, 'ttropned and; many machines contirfued their attacksvun-tildawn, All the night re- Unparalleled Feature in History of War-How Long Can Germany Last Paris, Sept. 30.-Marshal Foch is fighting five battles simultaneously and successfully-a feat unparalleled in the history of war. Each battle is so timed and placed that each army supports, one another, forming an indispensable part of the whole effort, Gen. Grant's'idea of a continuous concurrent-attack by a multiplicity of forces on many fronts is being realized by the allied generalissimo. There are - Ave' battles today; there mayv -be -more. tomorrow, all interrre-lated and working-as smoothly as the cylinders of a well-adjusted automobile engine; .:^?>>;>� ���'� . ' :';\'^^i^.^iaie)-' �r yt� ; The ^heres't l^t most conservative ohsfrver.s' ciShsider that yesterday' maj&el! U)e| fljr'eb-step in the de-clsive, iiW**B,6f x'iBe war. The Bel-giani^e^eloaeiri^RpulerB; 'the. British, ma^iyhgtupithe Lys, will .ou^ flank 'LJJje; theiSjgfried line is going to plecejsfat two* vital points, namely, Amsterdam, Sent, peror William has the resignations of Count Von Hertling and. Admiral Von ? Hintze, accgraing to the Zeitr ? ung Ammittag-of Berlin. No official announcement'on > the subject has' been received ; rests. �;;_;/...� Ottawa,. Sept. 30.-The; following k western men,-and officers were inclw*�i  ed in today's casualty list:  Infantry. \', '" Killed in action-Lieut. B. H. .Gorp;, man, Burtelles Corner, US,; W.' Vfig'i Wilson* New-Westminster, B.C. iu^S' Accidentally kiHedr-Lieut.'O.S. Mac#-;; Fhereon, Glenallan, Ont., . tt^'k Died of wounds--It.L;Strachan/HaU tanford, Alta,; >. M. -�is '*�''* gary, , . . .,....... i^mtiiWm 1 Died.-^A.; Thompson, Kitscoty^AlW^ - Machine pun Camnanm s'-jttH Killed in a&ioh^c, BV, JSoU, " j;ary. 4^ ;