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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - August 10, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta SATURDAY, AUGUST 10 191R rim M.niBiUDGi': daily iJi:nALU PAGE FIVK French Enter Chaulnes; Americans Now in E Further Progress is With the'French Armies In Fr-inoi, Auo to tlio Uonniin comniniul (or a long limn to coini', and prol)al)ly sonio, at tlioni can never ho rofonnod. 'I'ho two nj!.\v divislonH which iippcarod on Uic front wero rushod down llui two principal i-f)Ul(,'.s or (ho coinniiiiiiciilicn. It is alouK IhoKu routes, liowovcr. Ihiil (ho allioH aro htioiifies^t, particularly iwi c;(v;)Iry and taiilis iiml ;i men; uvo (liviHioris wpro far loo fo Wont with undersurface diamonds �nd banded agatcn and sUivorlng gapphlres The. cinder cliffs to the left make a frame for It - the Jade slopes to the right give it Are by their .sombre contrast. But that rtaxzllng, utiheliovable whltenoss that froth over the top of tho y/orld at the lake's end-that .soarluc. sing-Inc, living wonder that soinebody tetliered to the earth by the process of naming it the Victoria Olacler- it's unroaller than LiOiilsc Itself. liut the looks at It with jiiat file same woratilpful bopolcsBnoss, at least Ro aayy Walter D. Wilcox, F,R.O,S, who got his first sight of 1.8lde th� electric fan as a chiU-producer. Mr. Wilcox's famous -Laki* Ohara study in Another bit of wizardry. "It took me just four years to got that one," he told me. "I bollove I brought the camera back at least ten times, and when I JlnaUy had u promising day, I waited from Vight till twelve o'clock for the tisycltologlcal moment that brought the light I wanted on the water and the moun-talnH." Another scen� the picture-maker coveted was the sparkUng Giant's Steps In Paradise Valley. "I worked on that falls for two days and I had a man to help me. Wc cut down a tree that Interfered with the camera and w� tidied up heaven knows how mush rnbblsb. I don't bellovo in making a Bcene artl-lldal t)ut i do boll^vo In maklns it artistically natural." "The beginner doesn't |et one plate in twolroi" e�W Mr. Wflpos, "Often he spoils his whole dozen. You can bo "a little carolcsa' and ntlU have seme sort of result in ordinary photography, But In color work, it's,all or nothlhg, "Nowadays I'm golnc ovor all tha old boauty spots here in tho new, way. ' I ha\c the composltioi, worbett out from my experiment,-: of years ago, tho precise location of tho camera ia marked in every c.-xso. All that I have to do Is to wait for tho rlylit light effect." ^ Sixty-two thouaand people cnnic to aco Louinc last year. Wont It be wonderful, folks, when the time comos that will give every pilgrim the chance to carry It .iway with him, Imprisoned in a little gorgeous op�iU colored lulniaturol But alas, even that wont altogether satisfy the true Loulso-loVer. You can't photograph tlic .spice of tho firs, the cool breath that blows straisht from the glistening heart of tha glacier, tho puff of snow^pray and the long rumble that spells avalanchn to tho tranced watcher on the hotel verandah. And you ciin't haTo a fairy movie-man standing behind your woo autochromc, f.tlrrliiE the shiftlnr, shadows of cloudland Into tha spell of your lake. ' i). T. northward from this i-oad. The Ainer-| leans aro on the naniy.v front north! oC tiio Sonimc. Loosen Grip on Chipilly Lon(ion, Aug. lo.- Waving madi; good his advance in ilir cumro, Field .Marshal Ilaig, as is t,!io\vu by his report issued this morp.iuir. toulc ,�tQi):i yesterday to brcalc ilov.n Uie German resistance at both cndr- oi tlie euoniy's i line-in the angle betwi on the Somine j .and the Ancro and at M.oi.t llidier.i wliorc.the offensive lia.s mol witli 1 the most stubborn r-; Kiiip.s liie luirdeii of Ihe eoniod,v-drama on lier siiapely siiniiidi.ts, aided, of eoiirse. by .micl> iilayers as Herbert ltavvlln.-;(iii, licr leadinir man. .Never liefoi-e has .she tieon thc Only feminine inenilier of a east, and she lliorowc:hly enjoy Die novelty. "Not tliai i want to moiui|)olli>3 the altentl'jn of an audience," slie says, 'hul it is rallier nice not to have to con.sider uliai anollier girl i^ wearing, and wlH^llier my eloihey 'i.-ill conflict Willi liiM'K. Villi would be snr-pri.'^ed. really, to knn-.v ho>.- iniicli tliouKlit. 1 have to give to the question -ji' contrast wlien there s-o other feiiiiniiie n)eml)er.� of llio caxit. Tlx,-way we do our liair must lit, different anil down lo the siiiailesl li^tail liie star niiis! lie a foil to the oti'Nr women in iier-conipan.v. "iliit Hull's all dine awa� witii, in �Back (o the Wood,.' Odi) ts it is. 1 am the sollf.iry j;irl in tiiv ".a-st, and. as 1 am only human, il is very enjoyable." Great Delay in Sending Men to Siberia-Arc ..Handicapped. London. .\ug. 10,-Tho forces tho Allios propose sondiiiK to Siberia aro pitifully inadequate and an attempt to accomplish the task with them would only be courting disaster, says tlie Daily Maii's' correspondent at Vladi-vostol;, lolographing on Tuesday. Dr. Ciirlia, head of the Czocho-Slo-vak organi'/.ation in Vladivostok is quoted by tho correspondent as saying: "Our numliers aro hoiiirr depleted hy constant lighting and sickness while wo are waiting for the reinforcements and evhry day's delay is to tlio advantage of the other side. PcVirly armed and without cartridges, the C.'zoclio-Slovaks are awaitin.g succor in tlie period of six weeks before winter. If they are not relieved by that lime they will cerj^ihily perish. "Our force in Vladivostok i.s without ariillery. cavalry, airplaiios. grenades or proper clothing, while the; enemy has all these. The longer Ihe Allios delay the more wo dwindle. Wo have made these Vaets plain in many tolegranis and you see. tlio result.-'l"wo oporaiions-Hi 0 necessary but tlie force coniiug is. barely sutlicioiit for one." The correspondent says the negotiations between General Ilorvath and tlic Siberian government are reported to bo going well. General ilorvath, at the instance of the Allies, lia,s agreed to send his armed escort, from which there was a possibility of troulile. AT THE EMPRESS Tho .seven jiart toaluro "Biuot.lcans" is at the Kmpress tonight; also Charlie Ciiapliii in "The Adventurer.'' In "Blue .leans," Perry Bascuni coiiies to the town of Rising Sun. Inil-(liana, to take chargi! of tho sawniilis wliich have for years beon managed by his fatlier's best friend. Col. Mcnry Clay Risener. His fatlur's half-brother, ,Iack, has brought the name into disreputfl in tho town, so ho (Perry! deeides lo lie known as ,(ini .Nelson. Perry .sees .Inne, .who lias been sent away from tho poorhouse. He shares his lunch with her and protects her from tlio attentions of Bon Boono, tho polilioal bully of the town, .Tune finds a borne with old Jacob and Cindy 'J'titwiler, taking tlie place of their osvn daughter, whom ,Iacnb had banished from home eighteen years before, and whoso picture has boon turned to tho wall. Perry becomes tho conservative candidate fo.^ Congress, opposing Bon Boono. who is tho cinidirtatB lor the liberal parly. Perry asks .June to many him if he proves successful. Perry receives a call from Sue End- mm LAST TIMES TONIGHT WM. MART .N "WOLVES OV THE RAIL" And a -Splendid Corned;' MA>. LINDER  i" "DODGING cliS MOTHER-IN-LAW" ANCHOR-DONALDSON LINE POPULAR SERVICE Canada \o Glasgow For full information apply to Agents or Company's Office, 270 Main St., Winnipeg. PATRIOTIC LECTURE ON OPENING NIGHT Capt. Wood Briggs of Texas National Guard tfomco to Chautauqua. Tho govornnient has recognized the Chautonqua platform a.s one of the chief avenues of reaching the Amerlonn people with needed luformatioa during war times. Wood BrigK.s, well-known lecturer, Captain of Iho Texas Na- WOOD BRIGGS tlonnl Guard, Is ono of tho sovcrnl gov-ornineiit-iiccredltert lecturers sent ovit by Washington. Until his regiment Is ordered abroad lie Is to devote his re-marUnblo tdleut and energy In helplug "moblllzo the minds" of the people. Into bla lecture, "Playing the Game," Is woven a stirring patriotic npiicnl. Cupt. Briggs 1ms (ho ability to entliUBe and stir his niidlonces to action. Ills nppeurauco on Iho night of Cliuii, tauquii lu' a patriotic lecture souudu DI8TILIED WATER Deliveied to any part of the city. LETHBRIDGE BREWERY COIVIING rsONDAV AND TUESDAY MABEL NORMAND "BACK TO THE WOODS" A Goldwyn Feature ALSO A GOOD COMED/ REGULAR PRICES EMPRESS *^ Tonight VIOLA DANA in "BLUE JEANS" ALSO CHARLES CHAPLIN IN "THE ADVENTURER" This Is positively one of "Charlie's" Best and Although It Is Having a Second Run in Leth-bridge, 'Should not be Missed. SENIOR A Big. Success CONSERVE! It is impoi'tant that you conserve food and fuel. Save both by Using a Famous GURNEY-OXFORD RANGE Come in and See the .latest Gurney Oxford Coal Ranges, or write for catalogue. TAYLOR HARDWARE CO OURNEY OXFORD AGENTS LETHBRIDGE D74A ;