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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 10, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta AUGUST 10 1918 THK DAILY IIRRALD PACK FIVE French Enter Chaulnes Americans Now in Battle tier Progress is Made With In Auo Aaen patrolt In Chaul principal railway centre of tha flartnant wett of the 8om ma Many thoutandi of prl Bonoit taken Mont Dl dial1 With the Brltlih Army In American have been thrown Into the fighting In the great bat tje In AmlenaSomme They succeeded In overcoming a stiff resistance and helped the British capture Important posi tions In an attack launched yes terday between ihe Ancre and the EASY FOR With the British Army In The American machine gunners and Infantry went Into the bat tle with their traditional enthu They met the Germans and defeated them Just as they did along the At places stiff resistance but all along the line the Bri tish and French smashed the line harassed the enemy who was trying to hold up their ad Vance of the allied armies on the Plcardy battlefront continued to according to the latest dis patches reaching London this af It appears have the Germans yet been able to or ganize for any severe counter TANKS With British Army in British tanks have been seen well to the east Streams of German troops are still going Two new German divisions have been en gaged by the advancing Information received from pri soners Indicates that the fighting may soon become IMPORTANT With the British Army In Chlpllly north of the Som me was captured by British and American troops at oclock last The attack began at five oclock when the allies moved forward between the Ancre and the They were support ed by tanks and were preceded by a heavy barrage The enemy was driven toward north east of MANY With the British Army In Because the allies gained alttheir it Is possible the en emy does not know where he was beaten by the British and It is therefore Inadvisable to dis close exactly where the allies are It may be how that the British infantry and tanks reached the points they In tended to attain and this morning they are holding consolidated lines along the The allied forces captured many a large quantity of mater and a complete German divis ional headquarters This headquarters staff was captured at The number of prisoners this morning Is close to North of the Somme the after tak ing Chlpllly have gone driving the enemy before Numerous tanks and whippets assisted the advancing infantry to smother the enemys Farther the French ad vanced rapidly and increased their number of prisoners as they puphed forward last Bri tish airplanes dropped large quan tities of bombs behind the German HASTY movement of General Debeneye army has been lightninglike and resulted in the taking of prisoners to the number of several Put Out of Action clovon Ger man whlfh the allies have lorn to pieces are already in such con that they can lie of little use to tlin German eommond for a long lime to and probably some of them can never be The two new divisions which appeared on the ffont yore rushed down the two prin cipal routes of I he It Is along these that the allies are particularly Ill cavalry and tanks and a mere two divisions were far too Cnvr in numbers to Rtem the onrushing It Is not easy to delineate the line as it stands this afternoon for along the whole length of the active fighting front the allied forces have thrown screens of cavalry and infantry pick ets into scattered localities and a long distance in preparing the way for further The actual lino now solidly held may be conser vatively run ning from Albert to MaraeoiirtSur Somme to west of and on the Rouvrey thence east of oast of Favorelles and Pion east of Mortemer and thence to Ricque 3ourg and On this battlefront the French are on the line from the Roye Road south the British line runs He Knows All doctors know wlmt a wonderful protector to the skirt there is in the noolhinl oils nml disinfect ant properties of hfltv effective h for nnd nil tfrmcnli touch llic Tlif odtttrin Ltftkuty It a liln its oaniskinl tatcth afur TOWIAKEEFFOll Is Hocks One Kelreat of Enemy The Across Eleven German Divisions Have Been Crushed in Last Few IMPRISONING LOUISE View from the Chateau ver Giant Steps in the Paradise At Lake NOBODY ever guts accustomed to Lake You jome down in the thinking of canteloups and And at the ktairhead you have your it if a smashing glimpse of the No water could be so I to shot with amethyst to blent with undereurface diamonds and banded agates and shivering sapphires cinder cliffs to the left a frame for it the jade elopes to the right give it flre by their sombre But that unbelievable whiteness that froth over the top of the world at tbe lakes sing living wonder that somebody tethered to the earth by the process of naming it the Victoria Glacier its unrealler than Louise Uut the artist looks it with just fbe same worshipful at least so Walter who got his first sight of Louise in and has been an an nual pilgrim ever It was just annex of Banff this wonder and there werent a hundred people in the east who had ever seen You cant paint declared this out of twentyseven leason knowedge of its dancing modi You get your clouds and your rock Then you try for tha But the clouds you painted gone and this lake Is quite differ ent in tone from the lake that went with your light You might for years and never see pre combination repeated that you to a maddening balf Wllcox made his second visit witb seaae college friends in and tots he brought a a that laid tbe foundation his future reputation in tbe world of fllmi and In addition the delicacy and cor rectness of his Wll cox can claim to hays taken the largest picture ever achieved in Canada at a height et This is his panorama from Niblock with on 1XX 14 and so real looking that a hot day makes you want to put It up beside the electric fan as a Wllcoxs famous Laktt Oharo study in Another bit of It took me just four years to get that be told I believe I brought the camera back at least ten and when I finally had a pro mising I waited from eight till twelve oclock for tha psychological moment that brought the light I wanted on the water and the moun Another scene the picturemaker coveted was the sparkling Giants Steps in Paradise I worked on that falls for two days and I had a man to help We cut down a tree that interfered with tbe camera and tidied up heaven knows bow mush I dont believe In making a scene artl Ucial but i do believe in making it i artistically I The beginuer doesnt get one late In caM Often lie spoils his whole You can So a little careless and ntill have same sort of result in ordinary photo But in color ita all or Nowadays Im going over all tha aid beauty spots bore in the 1 have the composition worked out from my experiments of years The precise location of the camera is marked in every All that I have to do is to watt for tbe rlylit light Sixtytwo thousand people came to ace Louise last Wont it be won when the time comes that will give every pilgrim the chance to carry it away witb im prisoned in n little gorgeous opaU colored miniature But even that wont altogethet satisfy the true You cant photograph the spice of tho the cool breath that blows straight from tbe glistening heart of the the puff of snowspray and the long rumble that spells avalanchn to the tranced watcher on the hotel And you cant have a fairy movieman standing behind your weo brlrriug the Bhiftinfi shadows of cloudland Into ths spell of your northward from this The Amer icans are on the narrow front north of the Loosen Grip on Chipilly Having made good his advance in the Field Marshal as is shown by his re port issued this took Ftepa yesterday to break down the German resistance at both of the enemys the angle between the Somme and the Ancre and at Mont the offensive hus met with the most stubborn resist Before evening theno operations had achieved a considerable The British and American reinforce ments captured Morlanconrt and the heights to the This ad together with the Enct that the Australians and Canadians nre in Pro three miles of Chip was calculated to loosen he Ger man hold on which had been taken by the enemy in a counter at tack and was stubbornly holding Battle front advices today reported the capture of Chipilly At the other end of the line instead of making a attack on Mout Didier or waiting for HID Germans to evacuate it as a result of the advance in the centre towards tho French attacked south east of tho town and made good soon threatening the place irum three Britioh Wire less is reported that the bridge over the Somme near Pcronne has been This fact when taken in connection with th congested condition of the German transport service will cause much difficulty to the enemy who intended creasing the At eleven oclock this rooming a road east of Framerviller was blocked with motor lorries unable to This congestion is not confined solely to the enemys transport At noon a larg er party of the enemy were seen by allied airmen near Chipilly They had been apparently cut off from the rest of the Ger mans near that The most profound secrecy characterized the preparation for the the last mo ment only the barest rumors were current from the fighting Precautions taken to prevent in formation leaking out were amply as the attack was a com plete surprise to the The allied casualties are light it is Will NOT MIERFERE fiS POLICY Press Dispatch from With reference to the discussion has arisen respecting the recent an oi fiscal policy by the government of the United Sir Robert premier of Can lias made a statement to the press in which he says Canada has no desire or intention of interfering In any such question of domestic con cern in the United Kingdom or offer ing advice as I under is the attitude the Dom Hughes so expressed him self on behalf of Speaking on the subject on July 31 last I ex pressed the Canadian view in the identical language which I used in the Canadian parliament in explaining the resolution of last My utter ances were intended to make the attitude of Canada clear and unmis They were not in the least intended to reflect upon to controvert uny views that he or any one else I explained this to him in a letter of August as soon as I observed that my speech had received a construction which I did not intend or HOW TO CAN Select firm Grade for ripeness and They will cook better if the same de gree of ripeness and and will look scald onehalf to one ant onehalt minutes or until the skins but do not Scald means to immerse in boiling Cold but do allow them to remain in tho cold Cut out the stem tiilting not to cut into the seed cells or tlio seed and pulp will later ho scattered through the Remove the the tomatoes whole in the doing one jar from the beginning to placing iA before starting on Shake down hitting tho base of jar with palm of and nlao press with n but avoid Do not add riot tomato pulp may bo otherwise add no liquid Tomatoes arft an ex ception to tho general rule of hot wa fer for vegetables and hot water or hot syrup for A large part of the tomato is It is not neces sary to add anything but one level teaspoonful of salt o each and if onehalf tablespoonful of mi The tomato pulp or Uomofcau made from large and broken to cooked should have one teaspoonful of salt to each and should bo poured hat into the filled allowing it to enter the Put on rubber and adjust lop ball or screw top on with thumb and little Sterilize minutes iu hot water or IB minutes under flvo or ten pounds steam Ger man divisions have not only been defeated in the fighting of the last three but so severely crushed that the German high command has been unable to make any counter stroke The German communications have been so disorganized that thus far only two divisions of re serves have been and these now troops have not been able to make any impression upon the advancing No further definite news from the American forces on the north ern flank of the fighting line has reached London since when the accounts of their successes in the Morlancourt region were at There is every that they are pushing ahead according to the allied The latest news frdm the French was that they had cap tured the town of Saulchoy and Saulschoy is about five miles northeast of Mont Did The advices from the French around Mont Didler jrtate that they are meeting with no severe resistance and that the undoubtedly were trying hard to escape from the nasty Great Delay in Sending Men to forces the Allies to Siberia are pitifully inadequate and an attempt to accomplish the task with them would only be courting says the Daily correspondent at AHadi telegraphing on head of the CzechoSlp vak organization in Vladivostok is Quoted by the correspondent as say ing Our numbers are being depleted by constant lighting and sickness while we are waiting for the reinforcements and every days delay is to the advan tage of the other PoWly armed and without the Czecho slovaks are awaiting succor in the period of six weeks before If they are not relieved by that time they will ccrjniuly Our force in Vladivostok is with out gren ades or proper while the en emy has all The longer the Al lies delay the more we Wo have made these facts plain in many telegrams and you see the Two operationsare necessary but the force comiug is barely sufficient for The correspondent says the nego tiations between General Horvath and the Siberian government are reported to going General at the instance of the has agreed to send his armed from which there was a possibility of AT THE EMPRESS The seven part feature BluotJeans is at the Kmpress tonight also Charlie Chaplin in The In Blue Perry Bascom conies to the own of Rising Ind to take charge of the sawmills which have for years been managed by ids fathers best Henry Clay Mis fathers halfbroth has the name into disrepute in the so he Perry decides to be known as Jim Perry sees who has been sent away from the He shares his lunch with her and protects her from the attentions of Bon tho political bully of tho June finds a home with old Jacob and Cindy taking the place of their own whom Jacob had banished from home eighteen years and whose iiicturc has been turned to the Perry be comes the conservative candidate for opposing Ben who is the candidate for the liberal Perry asks June to many him if be proves Perry receives a call from Sue Eud with whom lie has ironethrough a mnrriage brtt whon ho loft on finding she had a husband Her has and she defies Perry to prove her previous AT STARLAM MABEL NORMANO WOMAN IN NEW n hrr newest Coldwyn photoplay Malmi Normnml is practically the only feminine member of the Back to thi which comes to the Hlarlnnil t lira I beginning depends on the star more than is Hi when an important screen play often enlists an many prlmipHln as are found in a big Broadway The uprightly iniiis the burden of the comedydrama on her shapely of by such players as her leading Never before lias she been the only feminine member of a and she thoroughly enjoy the Not that 1 want to monopolies the attention of an she bill It is jathor not to have to consider another girl to wear and my clothes1 vill con flict with Yon would be sur to know liov much 1 have to give to tho ques tion contrast when there vc other feminine members of the Tim way we do our hair must different and down to I tin smallest detail the star must lie n foil to the otlw women in But thats all done in to tin Odd it I am the solitary girl in thv as I am only it is very en LAST TIMES TONIGHT 1 WART N WOLVES THE RAIL And a Splendid Comedy UNDER in DODGING cliS MOTHERINLAW ANCHORDONALDSON LINE POPULAR SERVICE Canada to Glasgow For full information apply to Agents or Companys 270 Main PATRIOTIC LECTURE ON OPENING NIGHT Wood Briggs of Texas National Guard 4tomcs to The government has recognized the Chautnnqiia platform as one of the chief avenues of reaching the American people with needed Information during war wellknown Captain of the Texas Na WOOD tional Is one of the several gov ernmentaccredited lecturers sent out by Until his regiment is ordered abroad lie is to devote his re niarjiiible tiilent and energy in helping mobilize the minds of the Into Ills Playing the is woven a stirring patriotic Briggs has llio ability to enthuse and slir his audiences to Ills appearance on I he lirst night of ChttUr iu u patriotic lecture souuda of IJi DISTILLED WATER Delivered to any part of the LETHBRIDGE BREWERY COMING WONDAY AND TUESDAY MABEL NORMAND IN BACK TO THE A Goldwyn Feature ALSO A COMEDY REGULAR PRICES EMPRESS Tonight VIOLA DANA in BLUE JEANS ALSO CHARLES CHAPLIN IN THE ADVENTURER This Is positively one of Char lies Best and Although it Having a Second Run in Leth Should not be CONSERVE The Gurnefafbrd SENIOR It is important that you conserve food and Save both by Using a Famous GURNET OXFORD RANGE Come in and See the latest Gurney Oxford Coal or write for TAYLOR HARDWARE CO A Big Success GURNEY OXFORD AOENTS LETHBRIDGE ;