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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 9, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta FRIDAY, AUGUST 1018 THE LETHBRlDfiE DAILY HERALD PAGE FIVE Canadians Are Playing Big Part in New Drive; Huns Counter-Attacking o- Lgndon, Aug.' troops captured Warvlllers about two and o half miles south. of Rosleres, while the French have IsVen another town to the south- ot Warvlllors end 7 miles from Roye. rocap- tured Chlpllly, north of the Somme ty a ilrong counter attack today. FAR AHEAD. With Srltlsll Army In AUJ. palrolt, accompanlx) by swllt "whippet" are reported by airmen far out ahead of the advance. The Infantry at mtny point? was apparently checkod only by sheer physical Inability to push any far.' ther. afternoon the enemy's transport have been roll- Ing alona the few "ads left In the Somme valloy. They afford- ed excellent targets for airmen vtho played1 hevoi w'.th the es- caping convoys and speedily lit- tered tho roads so they were Impassable. NEW TOWNS CAPTURED. London, Aug. the Lys front the British now hold Lyon, Lecornet Malo, Quenlln, Lepetlt Pacaut and Lesart. Above the Uys region on the front north of Kernel, the British carried out a (beat operation last night in which their line was advanced somewhat on a front of than one thousand yarda. CAN'T HOLD LINE Lcr.don, Aug. Lihons the line runs to Mehari- f-f court, southeast of Hoslercs. This represents maximum ad- vance of 11 miles. It will be Impossible' for the Csrmans to hold their Mont Dldier positions. It is believed here. It Is believed that the advance on the Plcardy front makes Am- iens secure against an enemy at- tack and has removed the threat against Paris. TANKS WORK WELL, British Headquarters In France, tanks the Aisne. Complaints have been heard many times in recent years that Lelhbridge so often misses the outstanding speak- ers who cross (he continent. It being impossible to have them change their'route and come to LethbrEdge to sp'eak. However, it is possible that two well-known men will shortly speaR In Lethbridge. On Tuesday next Mr. Edwin P. Trefz will deliver an address at the Chautauaua. As he was national secretary of tlie Chamber of Commerce In the'United States It Is lought that' many of the business icn of the city would like to have Ira address them at a luncheon when e could deal with e special topic such s board of trade activity, city build- s or something along his special ne. President Mnruoeh'of the-Hoard t Trade heard Trefz in Calgary when he addressed the Board of Trade (here, and tlijs rcornmg he sug- ested lo Ihe Howry Club that they light arrange to liave Mr. Trefz ad iress a gathering, of board' ot trade nembcrs and Rotnrians here on Tues- !ay' afternoon. The Rotary Club is iow endeavoring to in touch with ,lr, Trefz to learn whether he is will- iifr. Later in Ihe monlh Mr. Ii. K. Sand- well, editor of tlie Financial Tiraes ol Montreal, will tfc.'returning from iiu coast and the Rotary Club Is eniieav oring to secure him to address Ho ariarfs and other business men ot tho city at a luncheon. AT SIARLAND Tho'story ot "Wolves of the an Arlcraft picture starring William S. Hart, the Thos. U. Ince star, which will be the attraction at the- Starland theatre tonight, has tiie broad western couritry for its Hart is seen as "BucK'' Andrade, a daring highwayman, gang is feared and dreaded by tlie officials of a western railroad. "Buck's" conver- sion is effected at the bedside plying mother, and he gives to liis task reformation ail the 'energy, vitality d thoroughness that characterize career as a hold-up and all-around 1 man. "BucX" becomes a staunch ampfon of law and order, loyal elector of the- railroad cortipany's operty, and a safe guardian ol gov- ninent money, though he has lo fight s former gang to do so. Of course ere's a girl in the Law- n, the operator in'the railroad low at Smoky Gap, and the awakening Andrade's new ch'arncler and his cadfastness of purpose are partly c result or his lovo'fdr her. There is no let-up in the interest and tiou.of "Wolves of the and e millions of admirers of "Big Dili' art will find much in tills new ofler- g lo enthuse, over. First alt ere-'s tha new. character, in' which art takes.the side of law and order, nd his strenuous but none the less fective methods ot ridding Ilie Box anyon country of the dangerous nng of outlaws fprmerly commanded himself. During the course oE the ve reels "Big Hill" performs enough eeds of daring (o pfease the most W Most of the scenes in "Wolves ot le Rail" were photographed 111 tlie plete railroad and division were'erected. excellent support, and Thos. H..Ince has brought his finest craftsmanship to DiS Jore In making Uus new piclura a tflacdard for iulure Hart produc- FMPRESC I J TONIGHT AND f 'TOMriRRnw GOES TO REGINA. Victoria, H.C., Aug. the pur pose of getting Into tojich with th varlo.ns DrOTiiicial lirnntties reconll Eornieil undftr Hie Dominion Soldle Settlement Board. .1. .1. Thrclkeld chairman of tlio British Columbia o gaiilzallon. has left for Rcgina wlier lie will confer with delegates from ether provinces. AT THE EMPRESS Metro Pictures Corporation is con gralulatlng itself OH tho excellence o its special proawtlon, "Blue Jeans a screen version of Joseph Arthur ramous oiti ineiuilrhin.v starring V Dana. The star herself deservi imlimitcrt credit in. connection wit [he production, anil another factor supreme importance has been tho rectlon. John Jl. Collins, in this at en-act do luxe production, has jualifi thnae. who have Contended that he one ot the [oiemoal raolioh piotHte rectors of America today. Accordingly Metro's "Blue Jean possesses all -the. original charai an thrill, combined with n story, eve detail of-whtch'can hn linlinvoil. T lilitc Jeans" of'today Is'a niaste piece of touay. This is at the Kmprc tonight. Ottawa. A'UR. of Justice (or the convenience of those whoso duly it is. lo administer the Military Service Act, has Issiteil In pnrapnlct form, the -Judgment and reasons ol the supreme court estab- lishing the validity o( Ihe oruer in council passed hy the governor in council on April 20, cancelling certain exemptions. In addition to the major- ity judgment concurred In by Hon. Justice Anglln, ihoro Is a statement ot reasons ty Hon. Charles; Fltzpal- ilck.-lhe chief Justice. Sir Charles In closing his Judgment remarks: "Our legislators were no doubt (nv pressed in the hour of peril with the conviction that the safely o( tha country is the supreme law against which no other law' can prevail. U Is our duty to Klve effect'lo thtlr pat. rlotlc ,1 MILK PRICES ADVANCE. Vancouver, Aug." prices were advanced liere from'12 ]-Z cents per (juart 10 14 cents, effective I'nla -AT THE OHVHWJM Under (he .arch at Washing! Snuare, to the-right and Into Clice wich vlilnge.itself. There you TV find the little French cVfo whe Nonelte and Armandc Blsson', h father, rang mellow chtmes on h register to tho symphonic call of Spaghetti oy the Ot Gotham. .n this little cafe occur many the delightfully naive scenes In "A Broadway A Bluebird pholo- Arama In which lovely Caimel Mjera wins more dramatic laurels as Nen- elto. Kehelle Is betrothed to a well- fed suitor selected by her doling pat- ents. How Ncnetto escaped a marriage In which her hearl'had ho part and how VIOLA Dana m I "BLUE JEANS" Also Charles Chaplin in] "The FRIDAY AND SATURDAY THOS. H. INCE PRESENTS WM. S. HART in WOLVES of the RAIL AN ARTCRAFT PICTURE ALSO MAX LINDER IN A TWO REEL COMEDY, HI3 MOTHER-IN-LAW" GALE HENRY IN QOOB COM SOY, ;