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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 13, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta AUOUST LETimninoE DAILY PAGE Allied Form Threatening Noyon and Plains Beyond British Army In Associated forces holdlna their new lines gained In tho secorttf battle of the Improved their beat off a few feable counter attacks and Increased the number of their pris oners last and this In the the enemy ap pears to be moving In a consid erable number of LINE ENDANGERED furious counterattacks which the Ger mans continued to launch yester day are attributed here to their Imperative need of holding thn ChaulnesRoyeNoyon line the loss of which would amount to a disaster for The counter attacks were all beaten Although the enemy reached ground with which he was perfectly 650 GUNS number of guns captured by the allies In the Pleardy battle now has reach ed Of these 400 were taken by the British In their drive along the northern sector of the SERIOUS capture of the Massif by the French must Inevitably have the most serious effeet on the German wide and this effect to show In forty The Msttlf was the Dim n PIUS have a well deSftrved repu tation as a safe and effective remedy for stomach ail They are Quickly helpful in bilious sick heartburn and They act gently and surely on the organs of elimina purify the tone the system and very quickly Strengthen Digestion Urttrt Sold In a should The Nisseu hinge of the old German positions the whole angle In the Noyon and now that this hinge burst the entlfo angle must yield to the relentless pree 8UrcHECKED AT With the French Army In soclated forces have momentarily slowed down the rush of the French toward The enemy Is now standing on the old line west of and Laeslg In which he stood from the autumn of 1914 to the spring of In this region the old fort flcatlons and wireentanglements still To Evacuate Associated tho opinion of experts evacuation of Royo may be expected within a day or for the town is now under heavy cross Tho abandonment of Roye by the Germans would also make Clraulnes difficult to Thus the recent his tory on the Marne Is counted upon to repeat itself on this new Reports of Fighting With the British Army in Aug has been some little fighting In Madame about 2000 yards southwest of where the Australians are in touch with the A Gorman Counter attack yesterday at ChlHy further south re in the British withdrawing to the edge the as nothing could be gained by staying Chilly is now in No Mans Another counter attack east of north ot was smothered under British Among the new troops the en emy has hurled into the line in front of the British are two divisions from the north and one from All told more than 30 German divisions have so far been engaged by the al lied During last night the enemy launch ed a counter attack east of Fouques but he was driven off with cas ualties the British positions remain ing Enemy reinforcements are now re ported concentrating east of but they are being badly mauled bombs and shells from both the Bri tish and There was an action last night well up the line in Flanders toward Kem but reports of its results have not been At any rate it was a small and relatively unimportant At Grips With On the French Front in momen tary point of stabilization was report ed Monday and the French now at grips with the Germans on theground they entrenched andvheld from the au tumn of 1916 until March The GILLETTS LYE FOR SOFTENING WATERFOR MAKING HARD AND SOFT SOAPIFJJLL DIRECTIONS WITH EACH Chautauqua Programme Wednesday Mother Cliaiitau Morning1 Hampton Court Uack from Gorman rrinon Camps by Sergeant Arthur member nf First Canadian severely capMri cjrmiiins recently Ilvmpton Court Costume Tbi Or iontal Nay Return by Special presenting German trenches are still deep enough to afford tho enemy the best oppor tunity he has had of clinging to tho ground ftom which he is to he evlctm since he left his line In the valley of the H is necessary Cor the lrench to bring up their gunS before the attack can be The enemy is busy putting the moss covered trenches into battle condition so as to enable him to attack for the Consequently there has been a pause strug gle throughout The are show ing signs of determination to remain where they are as long as possible or at least until they have had time to withdraw their material from the threatened Today the French are In touch with a continuation lino and our progress was not by the usual but by regular The enemys line of ap parently has been Never theless the French continue to advance at various points in the line and both bastions ot Hutiers front at Roye and at the Massif of Lassigny are now in WEDNESDAYS GROCERY SPECIALS This is Result of Decision of Im perial Conferenc London at Deliveries Every Hour Ctoverdale Creamery Ib New dry and Iba Robin Hood 24 Each Finest Tins 2 tins Cooklng 3 Ib3 CANADA FOOD BOARD LICENSE Pels Naptha bars Carnation 3 tins Finest Japan 2 I Dominion Corn 2 Peerless Cream Soda Package boat parlors nvo laughable in the extreme and throughout tho entlrti the spicy odor of the salt air aocms to furnish a background of wholesome Noyon To Be Under I the region of Des smith of the French this afternoon are consolidating their They hold the town but have not regained the woods Noyon will come fire of the French guns as soon as the ar tillery can be moved Then road transports on the whole network of highways around Ijoges will become a difficult problem for the Germans importance is attached in government circles t the conclusions readied at Imper ial war conference in respect to tb matter of morn particu larly as It affects India and the ovei Heas Canadas part In thi discussion was taken by Sir Rober Borden and It is considerable credit Is due for the important decis ions arrived One direct consequence of tiia agree ment reached is emigration to Canada from India of laboring which has been the cause of constd tlie will be Thii is regarded efable difficulty In stopped in as extremely Important by those who are anxious to make Canada a white mans Tho incision reached which will have this was that the several communities ot the British including shall enjoy complete control of the composition of its own population by moans of re striction of immigration from any oth er This decision was in the nature of surrender on the par of the repre Woods Toxas National I sturdy handsome sol eloquent Chautauqua won a complete and overwhelming victory last night was against the Hun on the battlefields of France as he ferveiiUy hopes U do when call ed with his regiment across the The enemy he so valiantly vanquished last night wad a terrific wind and rain storm that swept over the city at nine oclock and all but stampeded the to 1000 people who had assembled in the Chautauqua tent to listento the cap ains Good There had been no sign of a storm when the big crowdentered the The Warwick male quartet had en tertained the peope for an hour with heir excellent musical programme Including songs and instrumental sentatives of Short Notice of AUCTION SALE TOMORROW August at oclock ON THE 318 15TH STREET SOUTH FRANK WADDINGTON WILL SELL BY A3 AN ASSEMBLAGE OF SUPERIOR HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE And effects including Very handsome dining suite recently new comprising round extension table and set of dining chairs Oongoleum 10x12 feet oak dresser with bevelled mir rorsingle bed complete with springs and mattress heavy brass mounted with coll springs and felt mattress child 3 Doves cot with drop in white enamel and complete with felt mattress two kitchen tables kitchen chairs babys high chuir childs commode chair splendid kitchen by complete with hot water in splendid shape quantity of nearly new linoleum copper bottomed wash boiler wash tub dishes kitchen THIS FURNITURE HAS ONLY BEEN IN USE A SHORT TIME AND HAS THE APPEARANCE OF NEW TERMS CASH AUCTIONEERS PHONM 770468 a stormy meeting with minister of Calgary trades un passed the following resolution That this mass meeting of Trades Unionists held in Calgary August strongly condemn Croth minister of for the flagrant of his position as acabinet min ister in touring the country making statements which would appear to be nothing more or less than an attempt to prejudice the case of the Postal em divert public opinion be fore the Civic Service commission has even commenced the investigation agreed PLEAD FOR LIFE OF MOONEY com mittee representing International Labor Unions called at the White House today and presented a mem orial asking President Wilson to intervene in behalf of Thomas under sentence of death In for connection with the Preparedness Day parade bomb explosion in San Mooneys ial would be a serious obstacle to fulfillment of the plans for aiding the Russian who had asserted tils rights of natives 01 India to set tle in any part of tho British By way ot ieturn the representatives of Canada agreed that natives of In dia now resident in and who number approximately should bo allowed to bring in their wives anc minor on the condition that ot more than one wife and her chil ron shall be admitted for each Indian To tho provision of absolute control coming y each Dominion ot nere was attached by the conference reciprocal amtnKement covering emporary residence for purposes ducation and visits for purposes Change in Train Service EFFECTIVE AUGUST 1918 GOING VIA ALOER8YDE 250 Calgary 820 Lethbrldge NORTH VIA MACLEOD Lv Lethbrldge Ar 620 Macleod xA 10 WONT RETRACT for Maple and president of the Saskatchewan Grain replying to tho secretary of the of writes Replying to your letter con talning resolutions passed your Saskatoon convention ask Ing for a retraction by me of my statement in respecting the Wpar Times Blec tion permit me to say that I have no retraction to 1 did not say that the War Times Election Act did not have tho support of your organization or of any Bother organization or What I said was that the War Times FJldction gained no sympathy in West ern Canada and I am still of that x Lethbrldge 320 Medicine Medicine Hat noon Lethbrldge Mon Tuesday except For further apply to any Ageut qr write to District Passenger Mackod Lethbiidge Lethbrldge Coutts Cardston Wednesday lethbridge Manyberries They went over the top strong with their It was nearly nineoclock when Briggs was He had been speaking less thdn five minutes when the storm swept The wind roared and the big tent rock ed and shook and but did not budge from its firm Then the lights went started for the and the crowd Briggs stentorian aided by Mayor Har ol Oi leasure or The right tc Islt or have temporary residence ir ach case will be covered by a pass or written permit issued by tlui ountry of domicile and subject to he viz thereby an officer presented y and acting on behalf of the coun ry to be It is believed here that this agree ment will prove to be an effective sol ution of the problem of Indian imrai jratlon to pplaudpd in his Miss the junior superintend is in charge of the Mother QOOHR ageant and is delighted with the umber of little people that turned it yesterday and this Then orn about forty enthusiastic young tern on deck for its commencement ud it in expected that a great many lore will turn up for the The our for meeting be ten clock in the morning and will be a line of joy Under Miss Clarks capable leadership a royal performance ought to be presented to he public at the end of the The new tent is an admirable edi being large and airy and capable ol seating 1400 people so that no one need fear being turned away for lack of The platform is high so thai everyone can got a good view ot the Tho Chautauqua promises be without exception the most pop ular place in Lethbrldge this AT THE EMPRESS The struggle of a woman for her hild and tho lengths to which she vill go for Its protection are plctur zed with tremendous dramatic in In tho William Fox and The which will a the attraction at tho Empress neict Written and staged by the brilliant young director of the Fox it presents a picture if limey and pertinent interest to Hasod on the internationally Ben sationnl Saulles which so shocked the United States and South America and which was discussed in every home in the it Is the thrilling moment when the w6 man who has slain for the sake of hbr child faces the jury which is to decide her depicts a situation to hold the most hardened playgoer Tonight Mary Miles Winter in Pow ers That The Master he positive dies equally stentorian tones fron the reftr of the had the effect o somewhat calming the and when the pianist of the Warwick quar let started to play patriotic the audience the resumed their and while the sat and sang lustily the cho ruses of the patriotic When th lights came the wind had die down but the ralu wa down in Cap1 Briggs resumed his but th rain made a noise like thunder on th canvas roof and all but drowned hi He bravely kept howeve and for an hour it was a battle be tween the thunder of the and tho captain shouting at the top of his Finally the thunder died the rain grew less dropped to a ceased altoge and left the captain the Captains Whether it was that the dramatic moments of the storm had added em phasis to the captains the crowd remained tense for more than an hour listening to the vigorous address of the sold ier on the topic of Playing the The captains speech radiated whole someness was a vigorous pronunciation of the true principles of life and culmin ated in the stirring message of the American nations intention to stand fast by the side of the and the other to the end of the The game of said RAN ASHORE An Atlantic Braz ilian freight steamer ran ashore on the Atlantic Coast during a heavy fog The tide was receding at the time and the observers believed the vessel to be in a dangerous One report is that the freighter was evading a German AT STARLAND A treat is in store for moving pic ture patrons in Vivian Martins de lightful spontaneous impersonation of A Petticoat Pilot in the Paramount picture of that Mary Gusta Vivian Martin is a quaint glng hamed little figure who steals away the hearts of the three gruff old Cape Cod sea captains who adopt The shore scenes and the scenes tak en In the seldomopened TIME MABEL NORMAND BACK TO THE WOODS A Goldwyn Feature ALSO A GOOD COMEbSf REGULAR PRICES Lemon Juice For Freckles Girls Make beauty lotion at home for a few Try It ly and absolutely refuses to be re sponslble if the people of Western Canada freeze this because of lack of concerted action on the part of the public to get in suppliesof soft coal was the state ment made hero by Dominion fuel He desired to impress on Western consumers the urgent necessity of getting soft coal The seriousness of the situa tion did not seem to be he as evidenced by the fact that the domestic coal was not being purchased in sullldont quantities and he could not emphasize too strongly the danger of actual suffering in the cold months if action was not taken at NOT DRAFTING ITALIANS the prob ability of an agiuemont between the Italian and Canadian governments in egard to draftees la indicated of an actual convention laving been arc not con At tho office of the militarj service council it was stated that lotlfleatlon of the conclusion of such convention has not yet been receiv ed no instructions been sent to registrars to enrol Italian subjects In Squeose the juice of two lemons into a bottle containing three ounces of orchard shako mid you have a quarter pint of the best freckle and tan lotion and complexion beauti at very small Your grocer has the lemons and any drug store or toilet counter will supply three ounces of orchard white for a few Massage this sweetly frag rant lotion into the face arms and hands each day and see how freck leg aud blemishes disappear aud how soft and whito the akin becomes Yes It ia HARVEST follow ing Instructions have been tele graphed from militia lioad quarters to all district coui mandors Harvest under con ditions already will be giiintod to men whoso ap for compassionate leuvo art without causing them to report in per Tbn military deparUient states that such men should apply by letter or direct to their commanding officers and they should apply at onco WHEN A SOLDIER IS DISABLED It ia not ahriys from A great many men are disabled through Even tha bravest man cannot carry on if be is suffering from sore Hence the necessity for ZamBulc to keep the soldiers feet in good A military authority In Tha War Office Times says If every nan in the service were supplied with a tin of ZamBnk It in my greatly add to the efficiency of the For burns and sores of all kinds Zam Buk la All 50o WEDNESDAY AND THURSDAY JESSE LA8KY PRESENTS J 6 as the game of needed but it needed more than it needed the qualities that command suc strength of of and of moral At times ho rose to great heights of eloquence in his nunctation of the great principles of loral and declared that only he nation that had individuals of trong moral as well as in of strong physical and men al could hope to The daily grind of as tho daily grind of this ho was really noving to be a for the man lor in which it disciplined the ind strengthened their moral IG lauded the part women played in he war and in and emphatically declared his helief that every woman should learn a trade or profession and jo as independent as Briggs paid an eloquent tri bute to the heroes of the rank and those gallant men who unhonored and fought face to face with that freedom might He followed this up with a great tribute to Canadas part intho and said ha was proud that his own country had now come to a realization of what the great wur and was Baking her stand side by sido with those that struggled for tho freedom of Afternoon Program The Chautauqua made its initial bow to the public yesterday afternoor in its new and commodious tent on 7th Street and 4th The repu tatlon that it attained for itaelf lust year hai followed it with the result a goodly crowd was theru for the opun lag After the singing of tiie national authom aud a patriotic prayer by Mayor Hardio in a few remarks regarding the educating and ontertainiiiK power of the Cuauteuiqua declared it formally Mlsa the Superintend ent of tho then spoke a fewwords regarding the personal side of the mentioning that its success in Lotbbrldge depends up on Lethbriclgo The rest of the afternoon the audience was entertain ed by tho Wawlck male quartette in musical and read ings wnich were well rendered and very much enjoyed by the The tenpr was very fine aud much amBuk DISTILLED WATER Delivered to any part of the LETHBRIDGE BREWERY MACK SENNET COMEDt THE KITCHEN LADY ORPHEUM THREE DAYS STARTING WEDNESDAY Miss Marie Lambert Leading Lady of PanAmerican Film Will Appear In Person at This Theatre Daily at and 10 oclock and Give Short Talks on the Production of Motion Pic EMPRESS TONIGHT AND TOMORROW BEWITCHING Mary Miles Winter In Her Latent Featyre Powers That Prey Also Harold Lloyd in Kicked a Pathe Scream Also Latest Current Tomorrow EDMUND BREEZE in The Master Mary Miles Winter AmericanMutual ;