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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 8, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta AUGUST PAGE F1VB ef two fine wooden vessels yesterday was New Hrunswlcks answer to the challenge of the Hun submarines lnrk IHK off the Atlanlllc Coast which al ready has destroyed Iho the first of thn ships completed In the present renaissance of the shipbuild ing The now vossols are tlie Ccllna K 477 tons built at and thfi A 4fio launched at A second schooner is to be launched the hit tor place today and at work begins at once on a secondhand larger craft than tho two launched BATTLE DRAFTEES ENLARGE PROGRAM Of the American programme rociuirfng extension of the drajt ages was docldj ed upon in accordance with the wishes of the military section the war coundil Hurrah Hows This Cincinnati authority says corns dry up and lift out with a pitched battle between military men and an alleged draftee and his friends near this Frank wanted as a and his brother and a military constable were The wounded men all brought to the city this morning and placed In the Royal Victoria They will all The tight took place last night when the military police surrounded the house where Frank Robldoux was living and at tcmptedv to arrest Five mili tary policemen were engaged by the Robidoux brothers and four friends armed with shot Hospital records show that every time you cut a corn you invite lock Jaw or blood which is says a Cincinnati you that a quarter ounce o driiv called freezone can be obtained at lit tle cost from the drug store but is to rid ones feet of every hard or soft corn or You simply apply a few drops of I freezone on a aching corn and soreness is instantly Short ly the entire corn can he lifted root and without This drug is sticky but dries at once and is claimed to just shrivel up any corn without inflaming or even irri tating the surrounding tissue or If your wife wears high heels will bo glad to know of is regarded In London as possible that the enemys withdrawal in the Lys salient may be preliminary to a general retirement from that salient where his position is very unfavorable because of the waterlogged ground and also by rea son of fact that he is dominated by the British guns from the neighbor ing In this connection the enemys re cent withdrawals from the east bank of the Avre In the neighborhood of Moretill and from the west hank to tin east bank of the Ancre are also pointed There Is no disposition in to jump at con clusions owing to the Seven Thousand Prisoners and 150 Guns Are Taken Brantford customs for July reached as against for the same month of last Freshwater Sea Voyage Through the Great La fa From Thunder Bay to Georgian sin hundred mile trip from Fort William and Port through the bluegreen waters of Lake Sault Lake and the fairy land of the Georgian At rimes outoight of Und with only a vista of tumbling veto watera and wheelinr Again through embowered paatagea ol wonderful Luxurious CANADIAN PACIFIC Great Lakes Steamships plendid excellent moderate Alternative for all Transcontinental Canadian Pacific For full information phone or write any Canadian Pacific District A Big Success CONSERVE It is important that you conserve food and Save both by Using a Famous GURNEY OXFORD RANGE Come in and See the latest Gurney Oxford Coal or write for TAYLOR HARDWARE CO CARNEY OXFORD AGENTS UETHBRIDQE thou sand and one hundred gutics have been captured In the FrancoBritish Andrew chancellor of the ex chequer announced 4lx miles from has been reached by the according the Evening MAY ABANDON LINE the Germans recently have carried out various withdrawals between Nfbnt Dldisr and the there is no Indication that they have made any extensive preparations for a It is considered prob that the enemy may be forced o abandon the line on the ADVANCE IN NORTH With the British Army in Associated the British south of the Somme were making Import ant their troops on the north f likewise were pushing The on the Brit ish also reported that they were progressing Brisk fighting was still continuing as this dispatch was filed just before Early in the fighting It was dis covered that one new enemy div ision had just arrived in this Prisoners Aaken from it said the Germans believed the British were going to attack but did not know what day the attack was going to be It Is how that the attack was a sur MANY With the British Army In greatest secrecy surrounded plans for the During the night the Ger mans heavily bombarded the Bri tish but their shells were An extraordinarily large number of tanks accompan ied the storming clearing the way for them in the gray light of dawn and helping to overcome enemy strong A allied at tack on the Albert MontDldler front today apparently was unex pected by the Germans and many were One Ger man division was surprised as It was coming up to relieve the front llns Reports received up to mid af ternoon Indicated that the offen sive was progressing The average advance was ap proximately iyz miles on a front of more than 20 The allied advance at some points was more than three Important material has been captured by the advancing HUNS HOLD VESLE from the SoissonsjRheims region this af ternoon is that the Germans are holding the northern bank of the Vesle In considerable strength with a large number of They are believed to have des troyed some of the bridges over the Aisne and to have taken some of their heavy guns across that Canada Has Done In Saving of But Continued Effort Needed August Canada Food Board today issued a summary of the results of the special food produc tion and conservation efforts in the This statement was ac companied by an appeal to the public to continue the conservation of tairy products and su which already have been saved in large quantities for export over The very notable and gratifying results which already have been ob tained show the importance of small Old English Songs at Chautauqua The Hampton Court Singers present two programs on the third rlny which sound a note of the wellknown Chicago crillc md mode a special trip to Knglaml and spent hree months In a searclr for English motion tirw to the American He found not only old motion hut tuneful folk songs intlng hack several Stany of Uieso liavp been cleverly woven into the programs the Hampton Cottrt These programs are presented in costume befitting the era In which tlie music was The members have splendid voices and present their offerings in an nrtlstk and faultless For several seasons few musical companies of the Chnutnuqun platform have been in greater demand throughout the IqJe Antihoarding meas ures have been effective and large stocks of sugar have been returned to trade Nearly 800 cars of food stuffs have boon saved from the total or partial loss through An amazing reduction in waste is shown by reports from municipal offi cials in all parts of the the statement Profiteering lias been greatly diminished and ex cessive profit taking is being stopp For example flour sold at a barrel in the spring of where as the farmers had received only for tlie wheat used DISTILLED WATER Delivered to any part of the LETHBRIDGE BREWERY ANCHORDONALDSON LINE POPULAR SERVICE Canada to Glasgow For full information apply to Agents or Companys 270 Main NOTHING ELSE LIKE IT IN LETHBRIDQE There has never been anything In individual food when multi plied by hundreds of the board In the crtso of Canada and the Initeil States have been able to meet the allies require ments for the but it must not be assumed that our tusk is com It is still true that all food production and fond saving will count for The action of the food board in removing the restrictions on the uae or pork as soon as they could safely be withdrawn may taken as proof of the desire and intention to re lax any or all restrictions as condi tions At present other con i servation measures must not be relax but the public may follow the re gulations and ad nee of the food board in full confidence that restrictions will not be retained longer than is abso lutely necessary to safeguard the food position of the allies and of our Exports of The summary of what Canada has done to help feed the armies ami the civilian population of the allies show Ihat the exports from Canada of beef have been increased by nearly 000 pounds a an increase of per more than the average net exports for Net exports of pork have been increased by pounds a an average of 571 per more than a five year prewar Before the war Canada was import ing butter at the rate of pounds The country is now producing butter to meet do mestic requirements and in addition is exporting at the net rate of more than pounds a It is estimated that Canada export ed at least 25 to SO per more wheat during Die last twelve months than could have been exported had It been for I ho efforts ofconserva tion and organization of the countrys food 1 Saving In By standardization of flour and are not entitled to become candidates for par according to a decision reach ed by the law ollices of Scot Wales and who were unanimous in their Andrew Bonar chancellor of the excheq uer said in the house of commons to This settles the controversy who arose out of extending the franchise to Some have held that this gave them the right to sit in parlia ment and several women have an nounced their candidacy for office at next general BOLSHI RULE ARCHANGEL Russian government of the country of the recently established at Archangel after a revolution against tho has addressed a proc lamation to the people of the district declaring the Bolshevik regime at an end and announcing that the new gov ernment had takert up the duty of gov erning the The power of Bolshevikis is the proclamation Because of the treason of the coun try committed at BrestLltovsk be cause of the failure to recog jize the rights and liberties of the because The Duchess of form erly Consuelo of New has been accepted as pro gressive candidate for the North Southwark division of the London County The caused by the death of the former represen will be filled ac cording to The Dally Lethbrldge with the INSTANT action lengthening the extraction in of simple buckthorn as mixed in ONK SPOONFUL flushes the ENTIRE bow el tract no completely it relieves ANY CASE sour gas or constipa tion and prevents The pleasant action of Adler ika surprises both doctors and pa Higlnbotham SMALL BUNCH OF CATTLE FOR SALE PRICE COUSINS BALMER COMES TO CHAUTAUQUA Brings Kaffir Boys Choir From Africa for Closing noted English explorer and authority on South Af is coining to Chautnuqua on the last night with his band of singing Kalllr boys from the liearf of This attraction has been perhaps the biggest success upon the Chnutauqua SELLING OUT OWING TO ILLNESS A Rooming House and con tents In good Doing a good Will sell for rea sonable APPLY TO 7th opposite Gait Gardens or 648 13th Street North Phone 1155 202q a savins of barrels of flour a month Is being Conservation measures and volun tary saving in tlie homes have reduc ed Canadian consumption of flour from o barrels a a as compared with prewar This means a saving at the rate of barrels a counting the saving by lengthened extraction of of bar res a This IB equivalent to a savingof nearly bushels of In the spring of 1018 the price of flour IUIH been kept down to jll a ivliile tlie farmer was re ceiviug for tlio wheat used there Rations for Conservation effortsin Canada are releasing nifint enough to provide the ration it is at least Saving In Restrictions in the use of sugar In Canada will mean a saving of tons a Tho average saving in public eating places is in excess of 40 per A savins of a month has boon effected by restric tloifl on manufacture of bakery pro The use oT sugar in ice cream has been cut in Fifteen thousand tons of sugar a year being saved by curtailment of its use in candy man The saving in confection ery establishments is very one factory alone saving pounds in our A saving of pounds of sugar will be made by the new restrictions on Half a million pounds of sugar Will be saved during the next four months byre strictions on manufacturers of choco 4 SIR GIBBONS 18 DEAD chairman of the In ternational Waterways Com mission died today In the Royal Victoria an Sir George been ill in the hospital for two What the Press Agents Sag AT THE EMPRESS The caprices of the sus pense of the eternal and the thrills of of and a sensa tional are all found In tho stir ring Blue which will WONT RAISE DRAFT AGE IN THE NAVY of ngs and constant power bf at the Empress Friday and of tho socalled Soviet of traitors and criminals is The representa ives oC the socalled peoples govern ments have offers Duma a part which gives full play to her varied She has never been quite so so childish and BO mature and sympa thetic as in this The story tells Perry who arrives in the town of Rising Sun to take charge of the Bascom saw but owing to the disrepute the draft system to the United States I brought on of distant rela navy is not regarded as necessary at this time by the navy Rear Admiral chief of the bureau of told the senate military committee today that the navy has practically all the men it needs and that enlistments would not be affected by changing the army draft INCREASE FARES increase in street car fares here was put into ef fect today by the Detroit United Rail The new rates are six cents cash or ten tickets for 55 peuts in stead of a flat 5 cent It was announced the eight for a quar ter tickets good during the rush hours of the morning and evening will be withdrawn after Saturday of this CROPS condition of the crops on August 1 was announc ed as follows Spring wheat corn tfve poses as Jim As Isabella of Spain pawned her jewels that the madcap mariner of Genoa might sail uncharted fa does Carmel Myers In A Broadway comes to the Em press theatre auction off her jewelry to a gay party of theaterfolk for the cause of Toward the climax1 of the delightful photoplay in which Miss Myers is seen at her she returns to a little French cafe of her fathers ifrom he turned her away after a wild night ride la a stolen She returns as a theatrical the guest of honor in a ttnfree crowd of LOUISIANA DRY Baton iana has ratified the federal prohibi tion The ratification was voted by the house 65 to 5i follow ing favorable action early in the week by the The Canada food board has sent out a circular letter to all bakers in Canada urging the trade to make only wholesome dark loaf broad without any artificial Information has readied the board that the ma jority of bakers use bleaching to such an extent loaves hoar the re semblance of made of pure white If made in com pliance with the present food the correct color should be a dark LAST TIMES TONIGHT ALICE BRADY IN WOMAN AND WIFE AND TWO REEL COM El HULA HULA LAND FRIDAY AND SATURDAY THOMAS INCK PRESENTS HART IN Wolves of the Rail ALSO MAX LINDON in DODGING Hit A SCREAMING COMEDY BALMEU platform for many They ap pear In native costumes and their program Is a song hud story demon stration of life in the Dark The songs in English are mostly orig inal aud form a large part of the They ore presented wllth per fect accent and with clearness und beauty of tone and with such light und shade as is only heart In the great choirs of the EMPRESS CARMEL MYERS IN A BROADWAY SCANDAL A BLUEBIRD PHOTOPLAY FRIDAY AND SATURDAY VIOLA DANA in BLUE JEANS Abo Charles Chaplin in The Adventurer ;