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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 3, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta AUGUST THE LETHBtltOOB JJAILY HERALD PAGE FIVE Germans Burn Villages In Retreat Disaster Is Facing the Crown Prince With The American On the AlineVeile artillery ot the German Crown Prince eon tlnuet In full The Qer mane have no heavy artillery In They evidently foreeaw that their positions were unten The German loeeee hive been very CHINESE ELATED Chlnew government IB taking a deep In teract In events on the Weetern eaye a Havae dispatch from President Feng Kwo Chang hae exchanged most cor dial telegrams of felicitation with Prealdent On the French Front In allied advance along the SolssonsRhelms front con tinued throughout last night and this The banks of the Aisne have beenxreached along the new front from west of to Veni tel on the east of that Farther eastthe allies have reached the dls trict of Couvrelles and Cer Cavalry patrols have arrived at the River Vesle in the vicinity Cham plgny and finding all the bridges cut or burned the Just to the West of Rheims the allies or are Tln and all lying Ift the neighborhood of the main road from to Fifes are illuinlnntlng the skies the enemy burning every thing M he More than 40 conflagrations were counted during the course of the Oleaeter Facee Crown Ottawa anlversary of the entry of France Into the war Is appropriate ly marked by the stirring news the army of the Crown Prince Is again in full retreat With the Increasing pos sibility of disaster which Rout or pre dicted onTuesday The Imme diate cause ot the retreat was the brilliant success of the armies of Gen eral Mangln and north of the Ourcq who effected a junction at a right angle enabling the beginning made on Thursday on the east bank of clearing the Important ridge divid ing the Crlse and the The Brit ish division In General Manglns sec tor started the operation from Grand The car ried not merely the but the reverse slope of the securing observation behind the Hartennes where the enemy was still clinging to the ChateauThierry Meanwhile In the center the enemv bastion Menlere two square Allies In was Thus ttte enemys hope of stabiliz ing he had suffered a strategic ow ing to the reversal of the strategic position brought about by General Fochs counter and his hasty retirement upon the Vesle cannot be as the only good road available paflses through Coulonges which the French captured The allied guns are now within range of where the only railway connection from the north crosses the Into tho salient and also Flsmes which was the main storehouse of the German while Bralsne between Bazoches and through which the main road out of the salient Is alao ex posed to gun Hence experts are now predicting that the withdrawal will continue over the Hold Fords French army Is holding several fords across the Vesle The Germans evidently have given up the Idea of making a stand The enemy Is retreating north of the Vesle with precipitation Great fires are raging In the territory evacuated by the The Ger man right wing on the north bank of the Aisne in a dangerous situation and It Is expected they will be unable to hold their several FOUR OF OUR LINES Dort Automobile Sharpies Cream Separators Rumely ALLEN JACK 409 SECOND OPPOSITE LETHBRIDGE HOTEL NEW TIRES cost money and even the best of them suffer from punc worn blisters andblow We can save yon consider able expense in the way of rubber bills if you bring your tire troubles to The practical modern meth ods In Automobile Tire Vulcanizing we make every job entrusted to us durable and lastingly Lethbridge fire and Repair Station Me Proprietor 305 Sixth Street Phone 495 SERVICE THAT SATISFIES OP ALBERTA GMA Association Urges Rigid En forcement of Act To Limit of Man Power this morning session of the Dominion convention o the Comrade Colonel A Hendrie was elected vicepresident o j the Dominion receiving 83 Comrade Major Hunter and Comrade Taylor of Ontario with drew from the field as second I they to the fact that the elected vicepresident I was an Ontario member and they I thcught It unwise or unair to have i two Dominion officers from the same This left Comrades Forbes of Mont and Wakefield of Calgary to con the Master Hand VISITS CALGARY Prfneo Arthur of with his arrived here this morning and was met by colonel George Military District Premier Stew Mayor Costello and others promin ent in official A guard of honor composed of 110 veterans and commanded by Captain was drawn up in front of the where Premier Stewart read an address of welcome from the The Prlnco replied In a fnw words and then inspected the speaking to each Visits were then paid to Sarcee where the troops were review then the Ogden Convalescent the Institute of Technology and the Great War Veterans Club where tho Prince was presented with a card of membership and a The ywill leave here early in the even CANADIAN HOSPITAL BEHIND 6IG PUSH Ottawa Canadian correspon dent at British headquarters men tions that In maelstrom behind where the fierce fighting is occurring from Soissons toward Rheims there is a Canadian hospital doing Its duty ad ministering to French and American It has been established some distance from the French millionaire who was glad to cooper ate In tho making of the picture by giving tho use of his estate for these Vou will surely enjoy ot See At THE EMPRESS American Film flfe sents Mary Mllos Minter In Beauty and the at the Empress to During one of her visits at Settle ment headquarters Roberta Lee en counters Slippery Bill a burglar with a bad who has Just been released from Uoberta persuades her dad that Slippery Is sure to make good If he has a chance and de mands his engagement as whereupon ho robs the house and as sists in kidnapping but re pents at the last moment and she Is rescued by the Meantime a brooch bought by Richard Van Stone Is presented by him to recognizing her own property thinks he is the burglar until Sllpperys capture clears the matter where upon Roberta marries Dick to make And Harold Lloyd In com edy and the latest Screen test the was Comrade Wakefield The Dominion executive committee was chosen and nominated last night I by the respective Many resolutions dealing with the welfare of returned soldiers were pre i sentrtl this morning and passed There were as as That the returned soldiers be given an opportunity of dealing with de mobilization as it affects their com rades and assist in the operation of the machinery of I That the Dominion be required to give a grant so that voca Do you know that the GRAHAM MOTOR can weld your broken auto and make them strong as new ones Not only can they weld auto but all kinds of farm k AN EXPERT IN CHARGE OF THIS LINE OF Manager Food Will Win the War Serve your country and yourself by raising FOOD on the fertile plains of Western The Canadian Pacific Railway makes it easy for you to Lands to 530 an acre irrigated land up to 20 years to Loan Get full particulars free illus trated literature from ALLAN Gcnlftjt 9C5 1st CALGARY tlonal training to children may bo ob tained whose fathers have boon killed at the That the government make small loans to soldiers to KO on pro vided they can furnish Asking the government to abolish regulations against government of Icials holding office in the That the of Canada in national convention assembled en lorses the action of Sir Robert Bor ien and the government in the rigid enforcement of the Military Service Act and orders in council appertaining o the and strongly urge that no exceptions be but that all classes be compelled to do their duty to the further that this association realizing the critical nature of the military situation Francat urge upon Sir Robert Borden and the gov ernment the necessity of sending all reinforcements procurable to the limit of the miltary man power of this coun Requesting the Dominion govern ment to establish suitable convales cent homes for mentally afflicted sol diers and when that isnot possible to segregate them In existing The convention adopted a resolution requesting the government to present case of Imperial soldiers who were in Canada at the outbreak of the and ask them that a sufficient Increase be made to equal the pension of the discharged Imperial reservists resid ing in Canada to that of Canadian A motion was carried that all offic ers and men who enlisted prior to the operation of the Military Service Aci and who have not overseas bul are employed in military work at be given immediate opportun BOTHA DECLARES FOR You Appreciate a Nicely Prepared Lunch you will enjoy the palatable luncheons we Men and women who dont care for heavy food at noon or in the evening and who want a will delight in the dainty cold cold salads and pastries which we always have ready to Many persons every day enjoy our tempting dishes NOWHERE CAN YOU GET A MORE SATISFACTORY OR MORE TEMPTING You will always be pleased if you bring your friend The refreshments we serve are Our lues and sodas are different for they are prepared with pure fruit Our ser is the kind youll Nothing but the best crush ed juices are KIRKBYS 698 THIRD AVENUE SOUTH THE COOLEST SPOT IN LETHBRIDGE HENDERSON PAVILION SWIMMING AND BOATING Ice Cream Parlor and All Kinds of Soft Drinks Come and Enjoy the Hot Sum mer Evenings at The TRY El Producto Perfecto 15c El Producto La Flor de 2 for La Fraosa Perfecto lOc WHOLESALE REPRESENTATIVE LITHBRIDQE y of going overseas if physically r bo discharged and replaced by re urned The association resolved to draw at intion of the Imperial Munitions oard to the large number of return d soldiers who might be employed in leir plants in place of the many civ lans now doing the Cape Reu ers Ottawa ddressing his constituents at Veren dsclared there had never been nd never would be a premier ot Africa who would have to go hrough deeper water or whose mo ives had ever been more mlsunder General Botha said he could not ap rove of what Great Britain did to the ransval or Orange Free State In the Boer but since South Africa had leen given its nobody ould eay that anything had been one by Great Britain against the In of South He assured its hearers that a republic could not e established in South Africa under xlsting conditions without tremen lous CALLS FOR WOMEN urgent call to the American Red Cross to enroll nurses a week for the next two months for Imme diate duty with the army nurses was Issued today by Sur geon General With the American armies overseas enter Ing more and more Into the fight the surgeon generalsaid the need for additional nurses be comes OLE An Appreciation by Gabriel What Norways Famous Poet Says of Ole Theobald Is a true and no violinist Ole Bull hai done so much to bring the Norwegian banner to the front over the whole civilized In the old time the Vikings made Norway and the whole world shuddered at the Now it is that of a genius who leads and wina honor for the fatherland and the Theo bald is first in his originality of tone and a later development everywhere ana in every place has he brought the public to its Every one can follow and un derstand the feelings that strewn ing out of Theobaldis bewitched vV Theobald 1 was bora in the valley of and at the age ol with a cheap lemonyellow vl he began to pour out his At the age ot eight he made his first public Ole Bull was in the The boy played the great and Ole Bui arose pointing to the said There Is my At the age of twentyfour Theobal dl went then to Na where Herberto pronounced him a born He studied two years with Herberto and during the next six years toured Next he came to the States undei the ablest having toured all the large cities over and he at last decided to make this country his Theobald has just returned from visit to his native country and un doubtedly has fresh inspiration for his present It Is an honor to have Theobald visit our town after his triumphal tour of the large Let us show him we appreciate his coming with a packed AT THE MAJESTIC David Griffiths magnificent spec opened its local engagement at tho Majestic theatre last The picture was shown in its Words fall to adequately describe the spectacular wonders of Intoler One may safely assert that it has never been At times it is almost overwhelming with its sheer Enormous numbers of people are used in the Thou sands of horses are seen in the var ous Babylonian battle To the casual observer it Is impossible even to roughly estimate the amount of money which must have been ex pended in the but one hlng must indefinitely remain as a positive the pro ducer has in Intolerance given the world a work of art that muet assur edly be handed down to future genera lions and be treasured by To adequately describe the thousand wonders seen In Intolerance would require page upon In Justice o those who have been responsible For bringing It to it be hooves everyone who can poislbly do so to go to the Majestic tonight and seethe It will remain Indel ibly stamped upon the memory of alt intelligent Tonight at For the last time here AT STARLAND Madge Evans and George Mac Quarrle are costarred in the striking new WorldPicture BradyMade Gates of which will be shown at the Starland theatre on Mon day and In this picture Madge takes the role of Beth a little girl whose father is a painter who is unable to dispose of enough paintings to meel the needs of his when the occasion presents itself Beths fathei turns burster and he is not above using Beth for the purpose of enter ing the home which he has determin ed to The situation presented when Beths father enters the home is surprising to say the and the whole pic ture is a pleasing produc Gates of Gladness is more than ordinarily notable for the beauty of its photography and general excellence of the of the scenes were taken on one of the big gest estates near New this es tate being the a famous Ole 6f the Ole Bull style in the new coun try fullUled the prophecy of Ole who once proclaimed Theobald as hu He is a real child of nature and armed with the fortune of a mag niflcent physique and excellent health of BOU and I can see when be steps on the platform and puts the violin to his why he at once takes all hearts by I have Us tened to him play when his men have flocked around him I have listened to him in foreign cltiei strangers I have heart his violin cry and sing with only real LAST TIME TONIGHT Wallace Reid IN RIMROCK JONES ALSO FATTY ARBUCKLE IN HIS WEDDING NIGHT MONDAY AND TUESDAY WORLD PICTURES PRESENT MADGE EVANS NINEYEAROLD IN Gates of Gladness ALSO PLENTY OF COMEDY EMPRESSTONIGHT Mary Miles Minter The golden haired beauty of the screen christened the loveliest girl in in BEAUTY AND THE ROGUE American Mutual production A five part play in she is cast as an amateur Mary Miles AmericanMutual Extra added Lloyd in a screaming farce latest screen and Miss Jerome Murray concludes her engage ment Mary Milet AmericanMutual Chap TONTOHT 111 and TH1 DROV V turing Harry ;