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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 10, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta DATLT PraprlMera and PuftlMhm fNI LltHlBIOOl H MAUD INQ UMITlC Street iuonanan Pretldwt and Mftnatlnf feka Tortance Bualnata TILKPHONM Mltortel Subscription par wen par year by per yaar by year by par year to Dates ot expiry ot subscrlptioBsar pear dally on addraea aaca ot aar authority to continue tha THE PROGRESS OF THE Fighting back along the old Somme front which has been the scene of so many backward and forward move ments in the past three the British and Erench forces are toda back much of the territory which they gave up In the great re treatof The battle which wa opened by the allies On Thursday ha now extended from Arras to Mont D and the capture of the latte placeoccurred this The ad vance has taken the French and Can adian troops to and almost within striking distance of The British are advancing along the line towards Bapaume and the old line which furnished so many bitter struggles In 1916 and The total of prisoners captured now een that we are paying dearly for goods we are now The following llhimtafttlre article ecently written by tho Sterling Bank 3t Canada sets forth the reasons Tor he adverse exchange rate existing to day A rate of exchange of over 2 per cent on remittance of funds to United States has developed of recent Tho American holder of Canadian funds has been chagrined to find that they are subject to a very considerable while the Canadian importer has resented the 2 per premium on his purchases in he United States which he must pay In addition to the cost price and In many cases there has been ft ten dency to blame banks andbanking for the because customers have not taken the trouble to look beyond the banks to the international trade developments which are at the root of the high exchange In order to arrive at a clear under standing of these it is necessary to bear in mind the funda mental truth that exchange is some thing which must be bought before it can be sold and that United States funds are just as much an article of commerce as United States The Canadian banks do not create these funds they buy Accord Ing as the supply is plentiful or scarce they pay a low or a high When they come to dispose of this exchange thev do so at the quotation of that particular which may be slightly lower or slightly higher than the price at which they In other words the banks stand to lose as well as to gain as the price But in any the major of the pre mium which the consumer not to the but merely through the to the original holder of the The law of supply and which governs the price ot all commo applies equally to When the demand in Canada for Uni ted States funds is greater than tho the premium which must be paid for these increases as naturally as the price of a bag of po during a potato The bank which requires such funds has tobuy them where It can get them and it has to pay nn increased price as the scarcity of that particular line warrant In to is and the greatest aavance in Why is ex the two days of fighting is 13 j cnange it is necessary to ascer tain why United States funds are SUCCESS OF CHAUTAUQUA ALREADY u is evident that Lethbridge PICKED PASSING will once again leud splendid patronage to the Last years the United present And the answer is United States funds are scarce at a because Can adians have to remit to the United States more than they from when the Chautauqua was to were very suc it was not known whether the due in whole or in part to thenovelty ot the scheme But this year will tell whether the Chautauciue is to become a permanent feature In the life of western The novelty has worn off and the attendance will be decided by the excellence ot the programs arid the manner in which they grip the It is therefore pleasing teth bfidges remembrance of last years programs is such as to cause a sell out of the seats before the Chautau qua That indicates that the Chautauqua is here to It is a splendid form of education and en and the fact that the layger attend In large crowds means that the Chautautjua is made possible In the smaller CANADIANS AGAIN IN THICK Of Afterjjnany months of Comparative the Canadian forces In France aro again in the thick of the Not since Passchendaele have they v taken part in really big movement on the western front that they are play ing a large part In the surprise ad vance Is developing so splen didly In Iront of Reports the front some weeks ago told theCanadians were heinl tiejd Ss All during the spring when the Germans were making their desperate efforts to smash the British and the Canadians were held out of It was generally understood that they were to be held until the initiative passed Into the hands of the Allies whan they would be thrown In at a particularly opportune for the Germans themselves have more than once admitted that the as troops are equal to the best qn the west The opportune time has and It will thrill Canadians at home to Enow that the boys at the front have been able to do what tjiey have been held specially In readl nless to The Canadians are in the thick of It now and they will be in ft wheu the last is EXCHANGE MOUNTS AGAINST WHY Some wedks ago whenexchange be tween Canada and the United State wad two per against the Do t minion government took steps to cu down importations from that country This week exchange climbed to per against indicating tha wa have not yet curtailed sufficiently our purchases from that Con the fact that we are already paying ft special war tax on imports from the States and also tha are now paying more than 2 pe to transtei money to balance tin trade agaipst it can b introduced This excess of remittances south introaucea excesg goofls coming northward for which they are the payment in other it is due to the amount by which Can adas Imports from the republic ex ceed her exports to the Tho unfavorable balance of trade is the greatest factor in the scarcity of Uni ted States funds and the consequent high rate of The sequence of events might be outlined as follows in her trade with her buys more than she sells hence owes more than is owed It naturally follows that American dollars whether in drafts or or any other form of ex change are scarce in Canada and sell ata on the other there is a surplus of Canadian funds in Mew and the Canadian shrinks in value there as a con It may be objected that this un favorable trade balance is a matter of long while an exchange rate of 2 per is something unusual in the history of the two Though these statements are both true is also a fact that the unfavorable rade balance has never been so great s during the past during which Percy a vrblt known Brigh ton 25 yenrs was drowned near Presqu Isle Two Kngston Miss Eva Coon and Miss are now Jn Italy doing Independeht Oddfellows to the num ber of are In the Canadian mil itary BecausePaul Windsor cafe proprietor sold 10 cents worth of Ice cream on Sunday ho was fined Thomas the fire refuses tp re so the City Council has given him n months A legal action may Twd of the largest buildings of the Provo Woollen engaged on government were destroyed by The loss Is es timated at i Chicago women are to have three jails for their exclusive which will be run entirely by Even the patrol wagons will be operated by A party of 125 experienced lumber men have left tor British to get out spruce for airplanes for the Imperial muni tions H aged 27 Raymond aged and Graham aged farm were drowned in river eight rslles north of Gan Approximately worth of dried and canned California fruit and vegetables have been purchased dur ing the last three weeks by the Eckford second of Inspector of Inland Re venue of is repotted miss and it is feared he has been kill He went overseas two years It was announced in the house of commons that the government is con sidering the question of giving the Irish an opportunity of volunteering for service with Canadian Frank of was killed by lightning as he stood at an open window in his summer cottage at Bass having just out of the city engineer at Vic has tendered his resignation to the city intendng to return to Toronto to take up engneering with a private corporation He was formerly city engineer at Children not byadults or parents under the age of 15 years will not be admitted to Thomas Children must sit with those they This is the law of Ontario and must be complied Garnet Hughes new appoint ment is to direct a British cellulose which has large works in tho making substances used in airplane This company has been largely financed by the Imperial Alexander and Weldon were killed at Ottawa when they were run down and suffered fractured skulls under an automobile driven by Edward Whittet Donald Johndoifcr Fruit died at aged fortytwo Thomas of found having failed to turn off a gas Twenty cents a ton will be added to the cost of bringing coal to Toron to under the new freight Teaching of the German language in anyvof the elemen tary or High schools of Washington is two hundred thousand French war represented by members of the old French addressed the asking his help and a benedic tion in behalf of their fatherless child Among the leaders who came here were the Duchess of of Clermont and Tonne the Princess De Poplchac and the Princess mlet of General Von Marwttis and VoH Hutler under one This op eration has temporarily thrown the off tBeirbalance tod if their object now is to regain fie task of the Allies fg to throw thetf still fur ther oft their That there must be a chaWo In the Oerman positions generally i between the Somitoe and the Oise is evident It the Oerman second army an part of the eighteenth are A great part of the position of the eighteenth which Is commanded by Von every moment bo comes more Is deployed from Mont Dldlor to the The country behind It Ishilly andwood lacking in ronds and altogether unfavorable for the withdrawal of masses of men And a retreat Von Hutler would Obliged to uso three high roads and two railroads which converge on Roye Ilk6 the spokes of a Beyond that town a retreat would SATtmtutAUOUSt 10 1918V bo dependent on tdwarnj Ham and the One direct and1 the other by way ot From these geographical detain tt will he sein that Von UuUer In re treat would be forcedto squeeze his heavy artillery and contoys through It would be like putting them through a rolling milltor the French advanced troops are now miles northwest ot while the center of the Oerman front Is 11 miles to tho south of that Tread fted Where Beauty Is More Than Skin Deep FROM FRONT PAOB number of other factors have also ended to aggravate the One these has been the ban upon the ale in New York of Canadian securi ies has been the y government of gold ship ments which might have helped to ad ust the balance a third has been the absence df British which in ordinary flow into Canada in exchange for Canadian commodities and are meet Canadian ob ligations in the United All these forces acting together have contributed to the present situa but at the bottom of it all is the act that buys from the Uni ed States much more than she was held in bail after reporting the accident to the The city of Toronto lost in taxes when the Court of Re vision sustained an appeal by Cana STILL received In London shortly before one 6cloek this afternoon wit to the effect that the French line wae still advancing on both of Mont By nine oclock this morning Mont Didier had been Only a small number of Germans with machine guns was then In side the CAPTURE have captured the village of Fis on the north bank of the Vesle a short distance north west of With the village they took 1OO Continue in troops continue In the according to the latest reports from the fighting front In Pic The line as marked In the offi cial that held solely by cavalry skirmishers being well In advance of It and preparing the way for further pro The Germans are relying on ma chine guns to stem the Allies not wishing to risk their ar which js bound to be cap tured under jsvgn the slightest The jgnjemy le defend ing himself with desperate cour age wherever the position affords means and theI officers shooting down any soldier whoshows any signs of fleeing COUNTER ATTACKS coun ter attacks in the Merlancourt sector which followed the Allied success were beaten off in inten sive MORE French be gan a movement southeast OT Mont Didier last night and virtual ly have that place ac cording to the official statement of the War Office The town of Assanlvlllers and Rubecourt were captured and the French reached less than two miles east of Mont Did Northwest of Mont Didier the French have advanced east of Ar six miles northeast of Roye and have captured Davenes two miles east of Pierre The New the front as a whole the according to latest ad never saw a motorist Who wouldnt admit that the Black Tread and Sides combination in Diamond Tires makes the handsomest tire equipment he ever saw But were here to tell you that you cant 9Me the real beauty about their husky strength and long You read about it on your speedometer after thousands of Take ouf Try one Diamond Itll you less than the average and J before youll want Diamonds all Diamond Tubes dont deteriorate while you carry them as They hold their life for TIMOtMAIfll Baalim Motor Company dian for exemp1 now runs through tion from taxation on the ground that on the Ancre south of through they were engaged exclusvely on gov ernment Tho Oxford County Council haa de cided that the gfant of to the Young Mens Christian Association overseas be paid Investl Tailles two miles east of Mor lancourt on the about 2 12 miles southeast of Morlan court three miles southeast of Chipilly two miles west of Chaulnes two and a halt miles southwest of Lihons Rouv gatitn concerning the two miles southwest of Meharl sul has informed tho state that the Bol shevik recently declared be fore a gatheringof Soviets la Moscow that a statepf war existed between government and tne en tente In rsponse to questions from the al lied commissary of foreign saidthe premiers statement need not be considered a declaration oft war but it father was a declaration of a state of defense on the part of the government similar to the situation that existed at one time with FARMERS OF QUEBEC TO HAVE ORGANIZATION by recent the farmers of the pro vince of Quebec will henceforth com bine their efforts by establishing an association that will be similar in its aim and strength Jto the United Farm ers of and the Grain Growers of the This was the outcome of the first day of the congress of thu farmers of the province which open ed yesterday at In the course of the evening a com mittee was appointed to perfect ar rangements the overseas sat The the pub lishers announce IB aolntional week ly journal of progressive thought made its liovv last wcfjk under the editorship of Lindsay for merly of the editorial staff of The Mark of Ne widow of Sheriff who was shot nnrt killed Paul an alleged draft has filed no mination papers for the office hor hus band heldin oppositionto George appointed to the Registered married men without children who have secured deferred classifications will be takwn out of class 2 and placed in class 1 if other support ia available for their according to instructions received by Sppkane The now ruling pro vides that if the removal of the re gistrant will not deprive the wife of reasonable and adequate tak Ing into consideration properly in comoK and government allotment am he shall be placed in cluss Tonnage and mileage statistics o the Canadian railways which recent ly have been show that th Grand Trunk Railway Company our riod during the year tons of freight and the The owing to thft cir that its lines are confined to eastern carried eath ton of freight handled an average of miles against a 470npilfi average on the Kor the name raiHon tho nuiulier of tons handled a mile by the court two and a half miles southwest of Rouvroy about four miles north of Mont Didier and about two and a half miles slightly to the northwest of Mont on the Gratlbus was still In German hands at the last Chaulnes new attack by the French has extended the battle lino about sixteen miles further to the southeast in the Mont Didier In this movement the French scored an advance of four miles In six To the north the important junction of Chunlnes is now quite untenable for the Germans as it is well within the flre of tho British field The 100 guns added to the 200 previously cap tured by the allies were taken by the Frrmch in this mornings The opinion in London today was that tho enemy could not now pos sibly hold any sort of a line until he has reached the Somme and the canal from Ncslo to That would make a maximum retreat of twenty Roughly speaking the allied advance in two lays on a front of twenty miles has been twelve On the British front splendid pro gress is being made and the average twelve mile progress forward was an infantry with the tanks and armored cars well ahead of the Infantry and pressing the retroat iliK The Enemys A stage of the military observers here PRESBYTERIAN Knox Church Corner 4th 8th Street Pastor Acting During July and August the evening service will be held at instead of 10 Boys Big Sisters Bible 200 Big Brothers Bible Other Department of Sun day School 4 Chinese METHODIST Wesley Church Residence 3EO llth Parsonage Church Study 408 Claude Director 11 anil Morning Miss Mar garet Hyslop of Toronto will 12 Bible School and Bible Evening Too BAPTIST First Baptist Church 3rd 9th pastor will THE UNITED CHURCH OF NORTH LETHBRIDGE Paitor 1271 6th Phone 1659 10 Class meeting for boys and 10 Boys Department of tho In the 11 The pastor will Beginners and Primary De partments of the in the of the in the Adult Department of the in tha Wilkie will SALVATION ARMY and officers In charge 11 3 and the problem facing the rival cornman1 Sunday ders is easily Marshal Koch struck skillfully at the point where the army groups of Crown Prince Itiipiireihi of Bavaria and the was tons as compared German crown prince obliging tons a milo tho the enemy hurriedly to reorganize the higher command and to place the ar ANGLICAN Cyprians Church 11th Street and Sth Canon Me Ml d Rector School Bible 3 EVENSONG Holy end 3rd Sun days at 2nd and 4th Sundays at 11 Sundays at 4 Patter Services will be and Morning 11 Evening of Aoadia Uni preach at both Sunday School will meet after UM morning meet with us In these PENTECOSTAL PENTECOSTAL ASSEMBLY 205 Thirteenth Paotor 357 16th Services and Tuesday and 8 Evangelist and Scott A Hearty WeloOme to NORTH LETHDRIDGE GOSPEL HALL i Corp 5th Uaplist Church 2 Home Speaker John 835 lath 8 Life Saving Scouts and Guards SiimUiy School 34 The Citadel Band in Evening Sunday and Thursday Subject O Tasto and Everybody Welcome Everybody Welcome Christian Church 3rd and 8th Oliver Paitor 612 Seventh Street South Phone Mt Bible School at Morning Subject After the at the close of morning session there will be a short meeting of the members of tho church to consider retaining tho pastor Christian in the even Preaching at A Faaat Without CHRISTIAN SCIENCE SOCIETY Hull 7th Street Sunday Service at 11 Subject Tho Sunday School Is closed during Jufy anil Wednenaay Testimony meat Ins at 8 Die reading room Is open dail7 oept Sundays and legal from 3 to 5 the Bible and author ized Christian Science literature Play be borrowed of The public Is cordlnlly invited to at tend the church alio to visit tbe reading ;