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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 3, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta SATURDAY, AUGUST 3, 1918 THE LETHBIUDGE .DAJJ.TT IIKIULD PAGE FIVE Germans Burn Villages In Retreat; Disaster Is Facing the Crown Prince With The American Forces On the Alsne-Vesle Fronl, Aus. (Havai artillery of the German Crown Prince con- tinues In full The Ger- mans no heavy 'artillery In action. They .evidently foresaw that their positions were unten- able. The German louet have been very toavy, CHINESE-, ELATED Paris, Aug. i, jcv'emment .taking a deep In- tertst In en the Western front, says a Havas dispatch from Pekln. Preildtnt Feng Kwo- Chang has exchanged most cor- dial telegrams of felicitation with President Polricare. On Ihe' Preach Front In France. Aug. allied advance along tho Soissons-Rhelms front con- llnued throughout last night and this morning. The banks of the'Aisno have along Ihe new fronl from I'ommieres, west ot Solsson, to Venl- lel on the cast of thai lown. Farther allies have-reached the dls trlct of Serchls, Couvrellei and Cer- hive reached, or are approaching. Tln- queui, Thllliers, Ccui and llosnay, all lying In the neighborhood of the main road from liouen to'Uhelihs. Firea are Illuminating the skies everywhere, the enemy burning every- jastlon 4n .Menlero Iwo square miles lii client, was carried. Thus the enemy's hope o( stabiliz- ing lino disappeared. Indeed, he had tittered a strategic disaster, ow- ing to the reversal of tho strategic position brought about 'by General Fochs -counter stroke, anil his hasty retirement upon the Vesle cannot be easy, as the only good road available paases through Coulonges which the French captured yesterday. The allied guns are now wllbin range of Bazoches, where the only railway connection from the nonlr crosses the-Vesle, into the salient and Foch, the Master Hand retrials' -More Than 10! also Fisraes uhlch Ine main teull. Cavalry patrols hare irriveil at the niver Vesle In tfje vicinity .0! Cham- plgny 'and Jonche'ry, finding all the bridges cut or burned 4jy Ihc- Germans Just to the west ol Rhelms tho allies conflagratlons were-icounted during the courae ot the nlghl. OluiUr Faces Crown Prince. London', Aug. Ottawa adversary ot the entry of France into Ihe war la appropriate- y marked by Ihe stirring news that :he army of the Crown Prince Is again n'-fuil rctreafwilb ilic increasing pos- sibility ot disaster which Iteutcr pre- dicted on-Tuesday liat. The Imme- diate cause of the retreat was the brilliant success ot the armies ot Gen- eral Mangln a'nd DeEOuttte. north of the Ourcq who effected a junction at a right angle enabling the beginning made on Thursday on the east bank clearing the ImpoVtanl ridge divid- ing the Crise and the Ourcq. The Brit- ish division in General Mangln's sec- tor started tho operation from Grand Rozoy. The French, co-operating, car- ried not merely the summit, hut the reverie slope of Ihe ridge, securing observation behind the Ilarlennes where the enemy was still clinging lo the Chateau-Thierry' road. 'Jleantvhlle In the center the enemy of the German offensive, whllo Uralsne betWP" Kazoches and Solasons, through which the main road out ot the salient also ex- posed to gun tire. Hence experts are now predicting that tho withdrawal will continue over the Aisne. Hold Fords Paris, Aug. French army Is holding several fords across the Vesle Hlver, The Germans evidently have given up the Idea of leaking a stand there. The enemy Is retreating north ct :bc Vesle with great precipitation Great firea are raging In the territory evacuated by the enemy. Tho Ger- man right wing on the north bank of the Aisne Is, In a. dangerous situation and It is expected.they will be unable Lo hold their several positoua. FOUR OF OUR LINES Sharpies Cream Separators Rumely _ ALLEN JACK SECOND AVE. S., OPPOSITE LETHBRIDGE HOTEL Association Urges' Rigid' En- forcement of M. S. Act To Limit of Man Power lional training to cbtldrcn may bo ob- tained whose fathers have been killed millionaire who g1a4 to co-oper- ate in ihe making of the picture by in'; the use ot his estate tor theso scenes. You win surely eojoy "Gates ot Gladness." See It. Calgary. Aug. Prince Arthur of Con naught, with bla staff, arrived here this morning add was met by colonel George McDonaM, D.O.C., Military District No. 13, Premie. Stew- art, ilayor Cosiello and others promin- ent In official life. A guard of honor composed of 110 veterans and commanded by Captain Herbert, M.C, was drawn tip In front of tlie depot, where Premier Stewart read an, address of welcome from the province. Tho Princo replied in a few words and then inspected the guard, sneaking to each man. Visits then paid to Sarcce Camp, where the troops were rovlcw eil, then the Ogden Convalescent Homo, the Institute of Technology and tho Great War Veterans' Club where the Vrince was presented wltfc a cari of membership and a button. part, ywlll leave here early in the even AT THE EMPRESS American Film Coinpany, Inc., pre- sents Mary Miles MEnter. In "Beauty and tlie at the Empress to- day. During one of her visits at Settle- ment head quarter s Roberta Lee eo- ers "Slippery Bill" a burglar vlth a bad record, who has Just been eleased from jail. Huberts persuades her dad ilial "Slippery" Is sure to make good If he has a chance and de- mauds his engagement as gardener, whereupon ho robs the house and aa- sists In kldnapolng Roberta, but re- pents at last moment and she Is. -escued by the police. Meantime a jrooch bought by Richard Van Stoua is presented by him to Roberta, who, recognizing her own property thinks tie Is the burglar until "Sllppery's" capture clears the matter up, where- upon Roberta marries Dick to make amends. And Harold Lloyd In com- edy and the latest Screen Magazine. CANADIAN HOSPITAL DtHIND BIG PUSH London, Aug. Ottawa Canadian correspon dent at Uritish head quarter a men lions that in maelstrom behind where the fierce fighting is occurring from Soissons lib elms there is a Canadian hospital doing its duty ad- ministering to French" and American wounded. It has been established some distance from the French lines. NEW TIRES cost money and even the best of them suffer from: punc- tures, worn treads, blisters and-blow outa, j We can save you consider- able expense In; the way of rubber bills If you bring your tiro troubles to us, The practical modern meth- ods In Automobile Tire Vulcanizing we employ, make every job entrusted tovus durable and lastingly satisfactory Lcthbridgc Tire and Repair Station B. McKlnnon, Proprietor 305 Sixth Street S. Lethbridge, Alia. "SERVICE THAT SATISFIES" Toronto, Aug. At this morning's session of tlic Dominion convention ofi the G.W.V-A. Comrade Colonel W. A. Hcndrle was elected vice-presltlent of. [tho Dominion Association, receiving S3 votes. Comrade Major A. T. Huuter and "Comrade Taylor of Ontario, with- drew from tlie -field as -second presidents, owing, they, explained, to tho fact that the elected vice-president was an Ontario member and they thought It unwise or un'air to have two Dominion officers from the same province. This left .Comrades Forbes of Mont- .real, and Wakefteld of Calgary to con- _______ Q _ ________ I test the oliice. Comrade, situation, ;jn urge 'was elected. SEr Ilobert Borden and the gov- Th'c Dominion executive commutes tho'necesstty or sending all t was chosen and nominated last night reinforcements procurable to the limit I by "the respective provinces.. _ miltary man rower oi tiila conn- Many resolutions dealing with the try_ -r [Welfare of returned Bo'ldicrs were pro Requesting the Dominion o govern- >_ it._- That the government make small loans to soldiers to go on land, pro- vided they can furnish security. Asking the government to abolish regulations against; povornment ofr ficials holding office in the G.W.V.A. That Uio.G.WiV.A. national convention dorses the aciion of Sir llonert Bor- den government la the rigid enforcement of -the Military Service Act and orders in council appertaining to the same, nnd strongly urge that no exceptions be made.-bul that all classes be comhelie'd to duly lo Ihe further' Ural this association ily of going ovE'raeas If physically fit, or bo discharged and replaced by re- turned .men. The association resolved (o draw at- tention of the Imperial Munitions Doard to the large number of return- ed soldiers who might be employed in their plants in place of the many civ- ilians now.doing the work. "realfzint; the' critical nature oE the sen if d this' morning' and -There. were tis as follows passed. menl. to establish suitable.- cpnvales That-thB returned BOldiers be -given 'an opportunity of dealing with de I mobilization -as It affects ihelrr'c'om- l rades and- assist in-the operation of the, machinery of demobilization.' That, the Dominion government required to give a grant so that voca- AcetyleneWelding Do you know that'the GRAHAM MOTOR CO. can weld your broken auto frames, and make them ,as strong as new ones? Not'qhly can they weld auto frames, but all kinds farm machinery. t J EXPERT IN CHARGE OF THIS LINE Of WORK E. AINSWORTH, Manager Food Will Win the War Serve jour country and jcwrseU by raising FOOD on fertile plains of Western Canada. The Canadian Pacific Roilwny makes it easy for >ou to bcgjn Lands til to an acre, irrigated land iro to tSO, 20 j care to pay Loan toassists-'tllcrsomrngatcdlands C-'fuIl paiticUa sand free illus- trated literature from KM CkKEBOit, G '9C5 Sf. East, CAl-OAhY caat-liQmes.for mentally afflicted sol Aim and when thai U.-nof possible lo segregate them In existing institutions. The convention adopted requesting the government lo present case oMmperial soldiers who.wero In Canaiia al (tie outureai. of tKe war, and ask lharn ttat a sufficient In crease be made to equal (no pension of the InuierlalJresenista _rC3ld- Ing m Canada lo tnat'oE Canaulan soldiers A'rnolion carried that all offic- ers and men wno enlisted prior to the operation of tho Military Service Act arid wlio have not heen 'ovorseas liut aro -employed in military" work at home, be given immediate opportun- U. S. CALLS FOR >OfOOO WOMEN Washington, Aug, urgent call to the American Red Cross to enroll nurses -a week for the next two month's for' Imme- diate duty with the army nurses' corps, was Issued today by Sur- geon General Gorgas.1 With the American armies" overseas enter-j Eng more and more into the fight- Ing, the surgeon general'said the need for additional nurses be- comes Imperative, Cape Town, Rcu: tor's Ottawa Botha, addressing his constituents at Veren- igning, there had never been and never" ivould be a premier ot South Africa who would have to.go through deeper water or whose mo- tives tad ever; Been bore misunte General Botha said he could not ap- prove of what Great Britain did to the Transval or Orange Free State in the Boer War, but since South Africa had been given its constitution, .nobody could say that anything had hsen. donojjy' Great Britain against the in- terests] of South Africa. He assured his hearers, that a republic could not be established in South Africa under existing conditions without tremen- dous bloodshed. Do You Appreciate a Nicely Prepared Lunch so, you will enjoy Iho palatable Men "and women who rion'l'care for heavy food B! noon or'in tRo evening nnd who want A delight In Ihe dainty sandwiches, cold, turkey, cold chicken, trttls, salads and pastries nhich ftlftay1! have ready lo servo. Many persons day enjoy our tempting dlsh'ca i NOWHERE CAN YOU GET A MORE SATISFACTORY OP. MO'RE TEMPTING MEAt, YOd will always he pleiied If you bring your friend here. .The rclreahrherrls -we serre are good. Our sundaes, ices' 'and aodaa aro different for they are prepared with pure frill flavors Ouriser- rice Is the kind you'll appreciate. Nothing but Hi I; best icei; crush ed.frulls, Juices are used. 4 KIRKBY'S THIRD AVENUE'SOUTH THE COOLEST SPOT IN LETHBRIDGE, HENDERSON LAKE.... PAVILION. SWIMMING: AND BOATING Ice Cream Parlor Kinds of Soft D.rlriks Come and Enjoy the Hot Sum- mer Evenings at "The OLE THE An Appreciation by Gabriel What Norway's Famous Post Says bflheobaldi, "Ole Theobald! is a true Norwegian, >nd no violinist Ole Bull has done so much to bring the Norwegian banner to the front over the wholo civilized world. In the old Vikings madev Norway famous, and voices and everywhere ana In every place has he brought the its feet. Every one can follow and un derstand life feelings out or TheobaWi's bewitched vi- olin. "Thecbaldl born in the yilley of Gudfarandsdilen, and' at tbe o four, with a cheap T' olin, he began to'pour out his eentui At the age of eight he made his flra public appearance. Ole Bull the audience. The playel th great masterpieces, and Ole Bu arose and, pointing to the loy, ml. There is my successor.' At dj we ples, where Herberlo pronounced him "a born Paganfnl." He sludied two years with Herberlo and during th! next sis yea'rs toured. Europe.., Next lie came to the', Elites' nhdei the ablest management, -Ijavlng toured all the large cities over aad over, he at last decided to make this country his home. Theobaldl has' just returned from i visit to his native Country and un- doubtedly has fresh Inspiration toi bis present lour. i It is an honor to. have Thepbalfli visit our town after his Iriumphal tour of the large cities. Let us show him we appreciate his coming with AT THE MAJESTIC David W. Griffith's magnificent spec- tacle, opened It's local engagement at tLe Majestic theatre last night. Tho picluro was shown in Us entirely. Words fail to adequately describe the "spectacular wonders of "Intoler- One may safely assert that it has never been equalled. At times It Is almost overwhelming with its sheer pectacuiarjsm. Enormous numbers people are used In the play. Thou- ands of horses are seen in the var- >us Babylonian battle scenes. To Iho casual observer it is Impossible even roughly estimate amount of icney which must have been ex- cndcd In tho production, but one- ling must Indefinitely remain as a ositlve that Griffith, the pro- ucer has in "Intolerance" given tho world a work .of art that muet assur- dly ha handed dovrn to future genera. Ions.and be- treasured by them. To adequately describe tie thousand venders seen in "Intolerance" would equire page upon page. In justice -those who have-been responsible or bringing it to LethbrWge, It be- looves everyone who can poasibly do ;o lo go lo the Majestic tonight and ieo''the picture. It will remain indel- bly stamped upon the memory of all ntelllgent people'. re is my succesor. the" age of twenty-four, ent lo. Hamburg', 'then to Na- Ttnight at 8.30 For .the last time here packed house. AT STARLAND TRY fl Products PerfectolSc EJ Producto Inracible, La Flor de 2 25c. Le Fraosa Peifecto lOc WHOLESALE REPRESENTATIVE R. W. WALLACE, LTD. 11 .THE ARCADE, LETHBRIDOE genius who. leads and wins honor for baldl is first in his originality ot tone Madge Evans and George Mae Quarrle arc ctfstarred in the striking new World-Plclure Brady-JIadr "Gales of .which will bi shown at Ihe Slarland theatre on Mon day and Tuesday.' v. In this picture'Madge takes the rol of Belh llitlc girl whps falher is. a painler who is.unablo. t dispose of enough paintings to inee the needs of his family. So, when th occasion presents Hself'Beth's fathe turns burcter and he' is not abov using Beth for the. purpose of ing tho home which lie has determin ed 16 rob. The situation presented when Beth father" enters tho home is snrprisin lo say tie leasl, and Ihe-whole pi lure Is a surprising, pleasing, produ- lion. "Gates of Gladness" Is mor than ordinarily notabfo for the beaul of Its pholography and ,tha genera excellence ot the slory. Sony) of, Ih laken on one of Ihe bl gesl estates near Xcvt Yorit, this c talo being ihe properlyUof a-fnmou LAST TIME TO-NIQHT, Wallace Reid IN "RiMROCK JONES" ALSO FATTY ARBUCKLE IN "HIS WEDDING NIGHT" MONDAY AND TUESDAY. WORLD PICTURES.PRESENT. MADGE EVANS NINE-YEAR-OLD PRODKJY, IN Gates of Gladness ALSO PLENTY OF COMEDY of the Ote Bull style in the new coun- try fulfilled tKo prophecy 'of Ole Bull, who once proclaimed Theobaldl his tuccessor. He Is a real child o! nature and with the fortune of a mag- nificent- physique and excellent heillh i of soul and body. I can see now, when he tleps on .the platform and puts the violin to his he tl OHM ill hearts by storm, i lls- leneci to him play when his country- men have flocked around him; I have listened lo him In foreign citlei strangers'; I have heard his violin1 liush, cry and sin? with JfclJ'j. -Slit- EMPRESMONIGHT Mary Miles Minter The golden hslrerl beauty of tlie christened Ihe "loTWieai In "BEAUTY AtoTHE ROGUE" American Mutual production t A five part play hi which; afce cast an amaleur-reformer.. Mary MlleJ MlnleV, American-Muloal Star. Extra adifed Lloyd -In a magazine, and J, Jerome Murray icottclodes her engage- ment ARPHEUM. Wes ChapliB TfWTflirr 111 luring Harrr Curer. ;