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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 10, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta SATURDAY, AUGUST 10 1918 iE DAILY UKKALU PACK FIVK French Enter Chaulnes; Americans Now in Further Progress is Wllh Armies In Franrti Aucj, patrols are In Ghaut- nee, principal railway centre of I'M German, west of the Som- mt RlVsr. Many thousands of pr were taken when.Mont Dl- 4ie't Was captured. Will) the British in France, Aua (Associated American troop, have been thrown into the flohtlng In the great bat- tle In the Amlent-Sommo district. They succeeded In overcoming a stiff resistance and helped the Brltlih capture Important posi- tions In an attack liunched yes- terday between 'the Ancre and the Somme. EASY. FOR AMERICANS. With the British Army In France, The American machine gunners and Infanlry went tho bat- tle with their traditional enthu- siasm. They met the Germans and defeated them Just1 as they did along the Marne. At places stiff resistance developed, put all -along the line the Americans, Bri- tish and Frinch smashed the line harassed the enemy who was trying to hold up their advance. ADVANCE CONTINUES. London, Aug. p.m.) ad- Vance o( the allied armies on the Plcardy baltlefront continued to- day, according to the latest dis- patches reaching London this af- ternoon, Nowhere, It appears have the Germans yet been able to or- ganize Lake lotlsc ion 01 e iorr- In the mornlne thtnilii; of canieloup nod coffee And at the itairhead )on have yo ir fir t-yc it il smashing gllmpso of the lake; No water could be EO greenly-blue, shot wlttTemethrsl hall-Shadows, 10 blent with diamonds r. >nrt banded agates and shivering wpphlres.' Tie cinder Cliffs 16 the left mike a frame for It the Jade slopes to the right give it flre.br (heir aombrei.contrast, But Inat unbelievable whiteness thai place from Ihre London, Aug. Press spatch from neuter's rilh reference to the discussion that as arisen respecting the recent an- ounceinent o; fiscal iiulicy uy the overnment of Ihe United Kingdom, Robert Ilordcn, premier of 'Can- da. haa made a statement to the rets in which he siya: "Canada has o desire or imcntion of interfering n Kiy such question of domestic con- em in the United ICingdpm or offer, is advice thereon. This, as I under r.nd, Is the altitude of- till the Doui- nions. Mr. Hughes so expressed him elf on bclialt of Australia." Speaking n the subject on July 31 last I ex ressed the Canadian view in the dentlcal language which 1 used li he Canadian parliament in explainin, he resolution of last year.' My ntter inces were intended to make the attitude of Canada clear, and unmis akeable. They were not in the leas ntenucrt to reflect .upon Mr. Hughe ]r lo controvert any views that ho o any one else enunciated. I explains this 10 him in a letter of August us soon as I observed thnt my speoc lad received a construction which dlu not Intend or anticipate." London, Aug. forces .the propose sending to Siberia are pitifully inadequate and an attempt to accomplish thfe lask with them would only be courting disaster, says the Dally Mail's, correspondent at Vladi vostok. telegraphing on Tuesday. Dr. Girha, head of the Czecho-Slo- vak organization in Vladivostok is quoted by the correspondent as say ing: "Our numbers are hiring depleted b constant lighting and sickness ivhil we are waiting for the reinforcement and every day's delay is to the nilvan lage ot tlie other side. Poorly arme and without cartridges. Hie Czeclio Slovaks are awaiting succor In th period of si.v weeka before winter, they are not relieved by-that lim they will cerjniuly perish. "Our force in Vladivostok is with- it artillery, cavalry, airplanes, gren- des or proper clolhing. while lha en- ny has all these. The longer the Al- es delay the moro ve dwindle. We ive made these fads plain Iti many etegrams and yon see Ihe result. -Two necessary hul the force oming Is barely sufficient for one." The correspondent says the ncgo- alions belween General Horvath and ic Siberian government are reported o he- going well. General Ilorvatli, at iie instance of the Allies, has agreed o send his ariiied escort, from which hero was a possibility of trouble. AT THE EMPRESS The Ecven part fealuro Is at the Knioress tonight; also Charlie Chaplin in "The Adventurer.'' in "Blue Perry Uasconl onies to the town of Hislng Sun, Ind- iana, to lake charge of the sawmills hich have for years been managed ly his father's best friend. Col. Henry lay RlsenOr. His" father's half-broth- r, Jack, has brought Ihe name into isrepu'.G tn the town, so he (1'erry) ccldes to lie known as Jim Nelson, 'erry sees June, .who has been sent way from the 'poorhouse. He shares lis lunch with her and protects her rom the attentions ot Ben Boone, lha lolilical bully ot the town. June finds a Uorae with old Jacob nnd Cindy Tntwiler, taking the place of their own daughter, whom Jacol tiid banished (rom home eighteen rears before, and whose, picture has >cen turned to the wall..Terry be- comes the conservative candidate for Congress, opposing Ben Boone. who is the candidate for the liberal party. Perry asks. June to marry him JC be proves successful. Perry receives a call from Sue Euu- LAST TIMES _ WM. S.' MART ,N 'WOLVES QVi.THE RAIL" Splendid Comedy Ai. LINDER .1lS "MOTHER-IN-LAW" ANCHOR-DONALDSON LINE POPULAR SERVICE Canada'to Glasgow For full information apply to Agents or Company's Office, 270 Main SI, Winnipeg. COMING f-ONDAY AND TUESDAY MABEL NORMAND "BACK TO THE WOODS" A Goldwyn Feature ALSO A.GQOD COMEDV "REGULAR PRICES..--...- 'ATRIOTiC LECTURE ON OPENING NIGHT] Capt. Wood Briggs of Texas National Guard not-. he Missed frolh ovftr the top of the, world "at too lake's sing- Ine, living wonder that somebody tethered lo tbe earth by the process of naming it Victoria Cllaclcr- ll's nnrcaller than Louise Itself. IJut the artist loofes at it with Just (be same hopelessness, at "art to Walter. R. Wlkox, got his first sight of world of filrai and n addition U the MS cor- rectness of his photographs, Mr. Wll- cox can claim te haw taken tie largest picture over achieved in Canada at n hdsht of This Is Us plnonma from Jit. Nllilock with an 1XX 14 tameri, and so real looking that n hot day raatas you want to pul It up besldt "ho cot nis iirsi u. in '1831 Mi I has been in an- llw electric fan a> a chlll-producCT. in .HJi, ana f. -T. OU3 -Laiw oha I HI IV f 4-1 nnal pilgrim ever since. It was ani.es of Banff then, this wonder, lukc and Ibcre weren't a hundred people in [he cast who had ever seen "You can't fialnl declared Mr. JWIIcoi Ibis year, oul of twenty-sewn knowedge of 1U dancing raodl ness. "Yon get your and your colors in. Then you try for bj But gone and this lake Is quite differ- MK In toto ffom Ihe lake thai went ,wlth your light cHeet You might work tor years and Defer see tw pre- repwtea that you .tried to jel-aad gal a maddealng slody in anoth" bit of wizardry. "It took mo Just four years lo cet that he told me. "1 believe I brought the camera back at least Ion times, and when 1 finally, had a pro- mising day, 1 waited from tight til twelve o'clock (or lha wcliologica moment that brought the light I wanted 6n the water and the mous r made bis lib college-, friends In 1893, Mrt this lltie brooeht a earnert.- 8 7. Ihsl lai'I foundation -lit all bis futuro repulaUon In Ue WB, Anofbtr the coveted was the sparkling Giant' Sleps in ParsidlM Valley. workdd on that falls for and 1 had a man to help rw> We cal down thai Interfered wllh the camera and wo ttdled heaven knows' how mush rnbblsh. don'l billevo In msiklng a tcene art flclal but I do bellevo In makln; arllsllrally natural.'1 beglnuer doesn't pt one fla In wH Mr. Wilros. "Otten he spoils his whole dozen. You ran )0 'a little careless' nnil ottll have sBnie cort ot result in ordinary photo- graphy. Bat In color work, or nothing. "Nowadays I'm over all old beauty spots here in tho new.way. I have the composition worked out rotn my crperimenls of years ago. The precise location of tho camsra Is marked in every r-ise. All thai I mve to do Is to wait for the rifbl ght cfiecl." Slxty-two thousand pcoplo cnmc to Louloe year. Wont It be won- erful, folks, when the Ume COTT.M that will give everf pllsrim tho hancc lo carry II away with hlmj 1m- rlsoned In n Ifttle :oiored But alas, even that wont allogtthcf sallsly Ihe trua Voa an'l phoffsraph the.spice of tho flro, the cool breath that blows slrf.lglit Tom, the glistening heart of jlacier, the puff, of snow-spray and ,he long rumble that spells avalaneha :o Ihe tranced walcber on ths holel vernmUh. And you can't hato a lalrj. movie-man standing behind yoar-wc6 mlorhrome, i btirrlnK the Eh'.Cln', Shadows of doiintncd into spell nf your V. t, HOW TO CAN TOMATOES, Selecl fresh, ripe, firm tomaloe Grade for size, ripeness and intalit They will cook heller it the same d prep of ripeness .inil quality, and w Took heller. Wash, "scald one-hall '.o ono and one-half minutes or nnlil the sktns loosen, hut do noX break. Scald means' lo 'Immerse In boiling waler. Cold flip, bul do nol 'allow them lo remain In the cold wnlcr. Cut onl he stem eml, taking card not lo cul nlo Ihe seed cells or-fno seed anil pulp will later be scattered Ihrbugh .lie liquid. Hemove Iho skins. Iho tomatoes whole In Hie Jars, doing one jar from the beginning to placing in slerilizer. before sinning on another. Shake down well, hilling the base ot Jar wllh p.itm ot hand, and also press with a tablespoon, bul avoid crushing. Do not aiiri water. Hoi lomalo pulp may he aildcil, otherwise add nc liquid whalever. Tomalues arc an ex ccption lo the general rule of hot wa (cr for vegetables and hot waler 01 hoi syrup tor trulls. A largo part of the tomato IS waler. It Is' nol neces- sary lo add anything but-one level teaapoonful of salt lo cacli quart, and If liked, one-half tablospoonfu! of su- gar. The 'lomato pnlp for homo ning, matlo from large arirl broken, to- matoes, cooked and, strained, .should have one leaspoonfu! of salt lo each nuarl, and should ho poured .hot Into the filled jar.', allowing it lo enter Ihe spaces, 1'ut on rubber and ton; adjust ton bail or screw top on wllh thumb and lltUo finger. Sterilize 22. nilntiles, ID lio'l water balh, or 16 nilnnles. under five or Un pnunds' steam pressure. Ifftmrivfl. BnA CONSERVE! lional Guard, Is one of the scvernl goV- ernmcnt.nccrcdilcd lecturers sent oul by Washington. Until his regiment ordered nbroad he Is to tlevotc his re- raarknblc Idlent and energy In helping "mobilize Iho mintls" of Ihe people. Into his lecture, 'Tlaylng the la woven n sllrrlng pnlrlotlc nr Cnpt. Brings lias Ihe nblllly lo en dml slir, Ws nntllences io action; His nppenrnncc on Hie first night of .C1init> (aiitinn lira pafriolic leclure soiiutls IhO WC'ilt, It is important tfiat you conserve food .ana fuel. 1 Save both by Using a Famous OXFORD RANGE Come in and Gurney Oxford Coal Ranges, or write for catalogue. v tAYLOR CO OURNEV' OXFORD AGENTS LETHBRIDGE ;