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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 15, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta TKl'HSDAY, AUGUST THE LimmmnoE DAIU PAGEFIVK-: A U.S. Army of 4 Million Could go Through German Lines Wherever Desired Aug. United saltl General March, "has Icen asked by liw allies to embark up- on a program so largo It was necessary to survey cart-Iuily lo ascer- tain whether we could go through with It or not, and one of (he features of this enlarged program was pro tlucing men, The-deslre of ndinlii- Jstralloa is lo eslabllsh Ilinlis, both maximum and which will accomplish tills program and at the same it me'disorganize industry as tlo as possible." General March told the committee that ho was unquali- fiedly ID favor of haviug Ijic army poinposed of as uiauy1 young men as possible.1 Concentrate on West said General March resuming his'statement, "has finally announced that the, AuicKcan nillltarj policy from this time on IB centered on tlie western front, and ,wo have dc coined to bo diverted from ilial one thing. The war department has now udonled Hits policy anil H to the policy of Iho United Slates that tho military program is to he cen tered in Prance.' .-v "The 'purpose of America is to fur nlsh enough man whip the Germans from now oti. The. only iva> that Germany can be whipped is b> America going futo this thing will her whole 'strength. If -we drag along and put a small force over there. TV w-JH be playing Germany's game, "ll'ls my. lieHct that with pn Amei can array ot men in France. mder-euo couamaniler-ln-cUlef, we ;o through Ihe German Hue wherever re please." tho general added, "will let us lean ou Class One until June 30 of nest year.-Wo reached the con- clusion that lue enlarged1 urogrrvii was necessary oh July 30." London, Aujjr propor- tion of the German Poises to those or the allies August 8 Is greater than any other period of the war, It Wat ar.nsyrcsd here tonight. It Is stated that the tolal allied casualties probably will not be as large number of Germans taken prisoners. GLYCERINE MIXTURE FOR APPENDICITIS Leilibridgd people can-prevent ap- pendicitis with eitnple buckthorn hark, glycerine, as mixed in Adler-I-fcv ONE SPOONFUL, flushc? tbe ENTIRE bowel trad BO completely It relieves ANV CASE sour stomach, gas or con- stipation and prevents appendicitis. The INSTANT, pleasant action ot Ail- ler-I-ka surprises both doctors llonts. Leaves stomach clean and D. HiginbolKam fc Co., LW., ANCHORJJONALDSON UNE POPULAR SERVICE Canada to Glasgow For full tnfofmation apply, to Agents or Company's. Office, 270 Main St, Winnipeg. Calgary, Aug. a-result o Initial .slops taken a meeting o customs employes hero It is possibl that a federation embracing all th civil service ia the wes may Steps wero lake: at this meeting to amalgamate all th customs employes, of the province a ones In a local unit, tloltowlng ar tho officers-elected .for the ensuin. yean Honorary president, H. C, Gra ham, palgary; honorary rice pres dent, J. Shera, Kdmonlon; prea dent. IX b. Maeleod; firs vice president, 'Percy D. Sloue, Met iclne Hal; second vice president. I H. Crick, Calgary'; third vice pres dent, V- llesscy, LethbrHgc; EB retary-treasurer, T. A. K, Turner, in onion. American Dentistry kind of work ia that which not .alone looks that wears'well into the" bar- gain' Cheap dentistry In the end fs'lho'most expensive1, but Ihe fact that we guarantee our work Is proof sufficient thai the materials whfch we "use are of tho best, tho highest grade only, permanent And lasting. Our early training in America's fore- most denial collesea of wo arc all .graduates ia facFor in otir practice. Second only to the'well known ono, Dentistry As We Practise It Is a Gentle Art. Drs. Bruoer, Richards Nelson t High Grade American Dentistry PHONE 363 Ott Blk., 4 Doors from Lethbridge Hotel, LETHBRIDGE, ALBERTA CALGARY EDMONTON CRISTALL BLOCK. "Wartime FREE Send name aud address for HUT "War-line Cookery" This book contains rwipcs.chosen by the judges as the best and most practical recipes submit- ted in cur recent cash prize competition. It is intended to f assist in the conservation of j food and to effect savings in ;5 home cooking and baking, j (5 R Approved by Canada FoodToanl j i j 1? ADDRESS j 8 TORONTO, CANADA %K With the British Army En France, Aug. sociated inter- est in the situation along the Pitardy hattiefronl has shifted to the northward, where it is con- firmed that the Germans are evac- 'uatlng some of their forward posi- tions. Beaumont, Hamel, Serre, Buquocy, Puislux-Au-Mont have been abandoned. British patrols crossed the Aricre at Authuille and Avoluy, north of Albert last night and went come distance before they were firetl upon.j Albert is still strongly held by the Germans. British patrols, on entering the town were fired upon from the Albert cathedral. 1'rolests Are l-'ik-d I-Vom Allj Towns on Coults and Card- slon Branch Though (bo lessen-' ger train service SUCH iiiio effect next Sunday the local coimnittee v.Mcii Is i protesting against Un- nev.- time tabloj Ib' not giving up the JluM, arid are toflay Uiat iho oM service, will have to be rvtuim'J at. least on: the Cards ion and CojiU branches. Mr. Shlnnlch, an official ni Hoard of Railway Commissioners. U in the city today, and met the -.ommHlee this morning- This afternoon he went to Cardsto'n to meet the Hoard ot Trade there. It' la understood urn protests against the new gervlf? lieing filed by Milk uu) (Joulls. The company has Its in- tention. case the vroiniscd service Is not altered, of running the C'ardston and Coutls tralas from each morning, so that there wouirt ho a Ij- (rain betivet-'Ji l-oii) bridge and Macleod. General Supt. Cameron la in CouLta today conferring whli K. X. It. ol ials regarding thd iiroyoso'l change. 11 is understood there is a move- ment oh foo't to consolidate Ihe atat- ions there once more, Somq time ago they were separated and placed" 3000 yards apart- Special General MEETING (OF THt Great War Veterans Association 1 i s LETHBWDOE BRANCH Will be HcU fa the Chib RMOU at 8.00 p.m. FRIDAY, AUGUST 16th The PrOTlnctal President of'ltic arent War'Velorans' Asaoeln- (Ion. WILLIAM DVSON, will bo In nllond.ince. Iiii3lneJ3 of very viiiil imporlnncc will dl'cusscil, and MEN Whether Members or not AlvflUMm TO ATTEND 100 I'M, FRIDAY, AUGUST 16, 1918 V Halifax, N. S., Aug. dfs- patch from Dlgby County, says what is believed (o bt the float of a hydro-plane has been found by fishermen off that place about two miles out from the Bay of Fundy shore and towed Into Weslport. The float ia: described of very '.-superior' manufacture, coppered and hav- ing six -watertight One side has teen stove in.- Quebec, Aug. the su- perior court today Justice Dorlon refused to Grant seven writs of habeas corpus requested by draft- ees under the claim that the ord- ers in fcouncll calling them under the were illegal. Justice Dorfon said that the orders, have been found to be legal by the su- preme court of Canada. STILL IN JAIL SherbrookcV due., Aug. Private H. CrandaU and J. J. Bar- "low, Dominionjniiiitary policemen, held'in'connection the ihooting and death of Alme Picardy at Wlnslow, are stilt In "jail. An ai'otlcalion was made to have'tht: men'held by their su- perior oflfcer until wantedt but ha's not been granted. Both the accused occupy the same suite of rooms occupied by Harry K. Thaw, when here in 1914. A1 sentence oi two years Jess ono ay was" this morning given E. :Tla- who was mixed up ia the sheep tealing cnso in1 which 220 sheep own- d by Geo, Kerr ytere stolen. Ho cared before Judge Jackson In Di.3- ict Court this morning, and elected o he tried speedily. He pleaded gitil- y. As tho young man is considered o have been the tool of other parties lited in the deal, and as ho is Aovr n khdW, It la likely that his transfer o tho military will take place before iie sentence Is served, Two other artiea in the transaction are yet-to land IrtaJ. V FRIDAY'S GROCERY SPECIALS Palm Qtlvt Soap. Per caVe Milk, 3 tins.................... Mother's Macaroni, 3 packets fJabob Coffee, fine blend, Per Ib................... Royal Crown Soap, laundry, 5 ____............... lOc 24c 36c 50c 2Sc Hudson Bay Tea, 21 2 Ib. package, 1 Special 10 Granulalecj 8. C. Sugar, Special Ontario Cheese, finest, Per Ib......................... Aunt Jemima's Pao Cake Hour. Per package 4 Ib. pails Strawberry Jam, Each CANADA FOOD BOARD LICENSE NUMBERS, Deliveries Every Hour 1.30- 1.15 31c 20c 95c Phone 313 Though the Canadian Western Nat- ral Gas Co., which supplies LeUi- ridjje, Calgary aud intervening towns ill! gas, claims that the Iftnr Island upply is sufficient Tor all. demands for long tlnie yet, (ho company is uever- :ieless looking for mi auxiliary and to. i hat end they have a rifling outfit jaat jiorlli of vell in the hope that they will sirihfi as The oulftt, acconllng latest re- iorts, is down. 700 feet and making apld progress. The geologists of the Concern believe gas can bo ohtained noar.Barnwell at a reasonable drilling .e'pth, and they hope to open up quite an important field there. Some years ago guanas drilled Tor In the town of Tafter, and though a small pocket was .truck, 'the operations were chiefly important because they were one stei> leading lo the discovery of the great nrlcsian .southeast of If gas fc struck at Darnwell U will be closest fieW to Lethbridge yet opened, and will strengthen (he belief lung held by many thai there is gas under the city of LethbrMge If drilled for deep enough. The deepest hoJc ever put down in the, city vfss about 11170 feel. The main reason for the Barnwcll operations is that, during the coldest weather last winter the pressure in Calgary was unsatisfactory, and it Is hoped to bolster it up before the com' Ing winter, as 'it is expected, owing to (he increase. In (ho price, of coal, that gas ivill be much more extensive- ly used for heating purposes than ever before. said to have threatened severe measures against railway men. Professor T. (I. .Masaryfc, (hs com-" of Ihe Czechoslovak. !orcc who was in Washington, Is of Ihe opinion that retirement of tho Sonets from Moscow may compelled by refusal of Lettteb. troops to proceed against ihe Czechtf-Slo- vaks. It is understood (hat an array. of Letts, commander by German offl-' s were sent to oppose the Slovaks. Allied Forces in Siberia Advance from Archangel 10 SAVE FORCES (Canadian Tress Dispatch from ReiU ter.s Limited.) British headquarters In France, Aug.; LudendorfCs recent or-; der that ground must he given up holding on entailed an undue ire of man power Is largely respbri- ble for the German withdrawal round Albert. The wonderful ess of tho tanks probably has rcssed the German- high Jrh the desirability! of getting beV ind the River An ere, "wherever prac-' cable. We have now pushed posts! ar toward Hucquoy. The Hebutcrhg alleni practically nes disappuartd, Boston, Aug. _ 'survivors of the British steamer Penistqne. sunk by a German sub- .marine' off the MassacliUssetts Coast, Sunday, landed at a Cape Cod Port today and reported that another boat.containing members 'brthe crew had been lost. Four of .the, survivors were'badly burn- ed injured, indicated that .the vessel h'ad been attack- ed before the ;had a chance to escape. rEARTHQUAKE RECORDED Victoria, B. :C., ;Aug. -'of the most severe" earthquakes 'that ever has been recorded in Instruments, was registered "Seismograph at the, Gon- zales 'Heights observatory this morning. The registration start- ed at a.m, and 'lasted for tjiree hours. The quake centre probably was miles distant, AT THE ORPffEUM Miss ararto Lambert] in Ihe DEPENDENTS IN FUEL Calgary, Aug. local Next of Kin awocJatlcto is asking trie city to urge upon the Domin- ion government the need for In? to finance the dependenta of soldfers to get coal for wint- er. .H RUSSIANS ESCAPE FROM GERMANY TO DENMARK. Washington, Aug. great number of Russian prisoners, ac- cording to an official dispatch from Copenhagen today, are es- caping from into mark. Tfief rffapatch says that nearly every day fugitives' arrive', at Ribet, where 'are well. treated by the Danes, A camp hat been established for' them near Rlbet. Sure! High Heists; Cause Corns But Wlo Cares Now I Modern Eden, ihe Canadian made fllin shown at thc'Orpheum, -will ap icar in perscn toiilght and give a laSk on- film inafc'.ng amlrmoving pictures, Miss TLamhcrl is being featured in Canadian made is tho star n (his purely Canadian picture being shown tonight. Kef ore the performance ;ho .'young men will be filnicd by the movie man in fi-oiii of the Orphcum, Several scenes about the city arc be- ,ng taken. AT THE EMPRESS and dm the Wil- liam Kox pboto-inclodrama ihased on Lho. sensafioiiai Satillcs dcmcRtic IrageSV in New York City, 'will be shown at the Kmprepa (Jicatre Jfonday. Tho man baa married a beautiful South American heiress, taken her and has been born lo them. Then he neglects her for the brillfance- of I) road way beau lies, .tjll she .Is forced- tor obtain a rtiVorcB. Ho cliitdt anr mad by losing .her.llttlp. one Bho kills Wmi Thcn'a Jury .is forced I o 'decide life which has perplexed mankind (or cciilurlcs: "Are there provocations whici justify loV.kllir, Tonlghl, "The Mastort Crook." To rnorroV Irene Castle In "Tho Hillcrcs Mystery." Because Stylo crowd and buckle up ihclr tender toes In high )ieej footwear suffer from corns, then they cut kl (head painful pests which makes the corn grow hard. This suicidal habit may cause lockjaw! and women ''are warned (o atop It. few of n drug ctillcd freci- ono npj'Hed jiirerilJy upon fl sore corn gives quick relief1 rind soon the corn, toot and nil, Hfla't but without pfiin. Ask the drug quarter of an onhcc of which costn very little hut. Is auflklent to ?e- inovo every, hard or so't com pr.pftUus ffoni one'fl'fofit, 'j This (IniK Is fln ether compound nnq In a motncnl and 'siinply shrivels up tho cord Without Intlahitng or bveft Irritnttng itto- surrounding 'or Clip IhU oLit and pin riii 'j :l res A'd vert Is omcnl. AT STARLAND Tho very newest 'Thomas H. luc producllon, "Tiie (ho Klghf a Paramount iilclure, Is io b seen at (he Riarlanrt ihealre, slarrin fteimeH wbo Jins, bccnuso of law cull which only recently won been enjoying some time of enforce Idleness. Her friends Trill bo feTart I letirn Inat "Tlic Knys of iho Klgh eoua" Rives IMias llcnnett nmplo .op portunliy to use her great talents no only as an emotional hiU Rls of Iho picture, n 3 Iho wlnsdm cornediehne that cxcpllcnt castvindude Earl Uodftoy, Gcorgo Nichols, Joae Forms, Ocrlrufle Clair and Molhotirrvc- ftlarDo Oil Tho director was Jerome who under the personal supei vision W I! Incc lilmaclf Londonj Aug. Arch- angel expeditionary force has reached Pabereshskaia, 100 miles south of Archangel on the rail- road toward Vologda, It is an- nounced' here. Bolshevik! forces on arc declared to have committed every form dt atrocity on the civilian population. Fairly determined resistance to the allied advance ;was offered by the Bolshevik! and the progress of the expeditionary force was delayed. r Washington, Aug. peasants'arc reported in dispatch- es reaching Ihe state department today, to be flocking ,to the standard" of" the Czecho-Slovaks operating in force about SCO miles east of. Moscow. Wttrt the -Soviet government ousted from Moscow the Czecho- slovaks (are immediately put in control of the raifroad li'ne from Siberia to Moscow and from' Archangel'to'Moscow. The peas- ants reinforcing this army are. just learning the truth about the assiduously spread German re- ports .that the allies had been b'eaten on the west front as Russia had fallen in the east. The great mass of Russians, the government here is informed, al- so are just learning of'the land- ing .'of allied troops on the Wur- man, Coaet and at .Vladivostok and of the rectrif victories of the allies in Frarice. Washington, Aug. !n- Imallpna are gh'en In well informed rficial quarters here that -the Jap- uese government already has antac- paled the need for speedy o tho Czecho-Slovafca in Western Si eria, who have' been almost cut off com communication with their breth- en who constituted the advance guard if the army ivnich arrived Iii the iDlghborliood of Vladivostok. ICnowfng the limited capacity or Ihe LEMON JUICE TAKES OFF TAN Siberian railway eastern er- iremity to transport considerable mil- itary forces and supplies "with speed, and realizing ot interrup- tion of such traffic by hostile Bolshe- vik! and dennau officered elements along the road in that part of Siberia, H fs nnderstood that (he Jaixuiese gen- eral staff has planned to strike direct- ly at Lafce Daikal, the most important centre ol action or the-Siberian-road, To accomplish (his. while the first expeditionary -forces which may ue landing at Vladivostok headed hy, Gen eral Otani, is operating from there a considerable number of Japanese already in Manchuria and along the line of railroad running north from formerly Port Arthur, are in ra position to he speedily, dispalchec I to Harhin when they can he forwarded westward to'Lake Baikal, or.can diverted eastward to open up the section ot the Siberian road terminal ing at Vladivostok." Washington, Aug. oEMcia' dispatch from Switzerland, says thai It Is reported from Moscow that on eration of military .trains transporting IJoUhDvlki troojia liavo been consider ably hindered on account of: rising among tho iafhvay. employes.' Trotzky University of Manitoba WINNIPEG Offers a course leading to the of1'Doctor of' Medicine, with 'faculties for Clinical Work In connection with Winnipeg General thafrare sur- passed tn few Medical Schools; on Ihe Continent; and Also courses In Arts; Science, Law, Engineering, Architecture, Pharmacy, Agriculture and Home Economics. For information as of Admission, nelnilg of Courses, Fees, apply to .'f W.'J. SPENCE, Registrar. University of Manitoba, Winnipeg. IN MEMORIAM In loving memory ol Corporal Be-, est George Pleads, who was killed lu. year ago today, outside o'f Inserted by his brother, ARTHUR MEADS. PMPRESC AJ TONIGHT kJ No Advance in Prices. HERE FRIDAY AND SATURDAY Mrs. Vernon "The HILLCREST MYSTERY' COMING MONDAY "WOMAN AND THE LAW" COMING THURSDAY The price of a Good Time" Girls! Mak6 bleaching lotion if skin is sunburned, tanned or freckled Squeeze tho julcfc ot two lemons Into bottle containing three ounces of Orchard White, shnfcc well, and you fiaVc n quarter.pint of the best freckle, aunlnirn and tan lotion, and Ion beautifler, at very, very small coal.] Your tracer, has the lemons and any drug slore or 'toilet counter will aup- [hree onhcca o( Orchard Whllo for1 a few cents. Massage sweetly grant lotion fnto; tho face, neck, arms andVnanrfa each tiny and see how aunounv Svlndburn and tan sippeaf and how clear, soft and, whllo'.lho ihin-hecomes, Yes! harmless. DISTILLED ran Delivered to any part of trie ci, j LETHBRIDGE BREWERY FRIDAY 'AND1'SATURDAY FAMOUS ENID BENNETT f IN KEYS OF THE RIGHTEOUS' AND A HUMOKOul COMEDY IN TWO REELS A SULTAN'S EXTRA! EXTRAII EXTRAIII TODAY AND TOMORROW .MARIE LAMBERT OF THE PAN-AMERICAM FILM CO, WILL ADDRESS THE ORPKEUM. AUDIENCES TONIOHT AT 8.W AND SHE 18 WORTH COMEDY KITCHEN LADY.'MWa Korktr iLAST TIMES TOfifoHT Vivian Martin in I Petticoat Pilot )T'S GOOD, OONT MISS IT. ;