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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 15, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta f AUGUST 19W THE LCTHBfttDOE HAILY HERAM PAGE FIVE A of 4 Million Could go Through German Lines Wherever Desired The United sold General has been asked by her allies to embark up on a program BO largo that it was necessary to survey carefully to ascer tain we could go through with It or and one of the features of this enlarged program was pro ducing Tiledenim of the admin istration is to establish both maximum and which will accomplish this program and at the same timedlsorganize industry as tie as General March told the committee that he was unquali fiedly in favor of havling tjio army composed of as many young men as Concentrate on West The said General March resuming bin has finally announced that the American military policy from this time on is centered on the western and we have de clined to be diverted from that one The war department has now this us a policy and it Is the policy of the United States that the military program is to be cen tered in The purpose of America Is to fur nish enough man power whip the Germans from now The only way that Germany can be whipped is by America going into this thing with her whole If we drag along and put a small force over there we be playing Germanys It is my that with nn Amer ican army of men in under one we can go through the German line we This the general will let us lean on Class One until June 30 of Wo reached the con clusion that the enlarged1 wan necessary oh July GLYCERINE MIXTURE FOR APPENDICITIS Lethbridge people can prevent ap pendicitis with simple buckthorn as mixed in ONE SPOONFUL flushes the ENTIRE bowel tract so completely it relieves ANY CASE sour gas or con stipation and prevents The pleasant action of Ad lerika surprises both doctors Leaves stomach clean and Higinbotham HUGE PROPORTION proper tlon of the Qermin to those of the allies since August 8 Is greater than any other period of the It wti announced here It Is stated that the total allied casualties probably will not be as urge as the number of Germans taken ANCHORDONALDSON LINE POPULAR SERVICE Canada to Glasgow For full information apply to Agents or 270 Main HAVE ORGANIZED a result o initial steps taken a meeting o customs employes here it is posslbh that a federation embracing all th civil service in the wes may bo Steps were takei at this uieeting to amalgamate all the customs employes of the province a once in a local Following are the officers elected for the ensuing year Honorary Gra Calgary honorary vice pres Edmonton pres Macleod firs vice Percy Mec iclne Hat second vice E Calgary third vice presl Lethbridge sec Ed WarTime Cookery FREE Send name and address for new Wartime Cookery This book eontaini retipes chosen by the judges as the best and most practical recipes submit ted in our recent cash prize Jj It is intended to I assist in the conservation of food and to effect savings in home cooking and Approved by CnnaJn Food Board ft ADDRESS CANADA With the British Army In sociated Inter est In the situation along the Ploardy battlefront has shifted to the where it Is con firmed that the Germans are evac uating some of their forward posi PulsiuxAuMont have been British patrols crossed the Ancre at Authuille and north of Albert last night and went some distance before they were fired Albert is still strongly held by the British on entering the town were fired upon from the Albert Protests Arc Filed IYom All Towns on CouUs and Card ston Hrancli Though new passen ger train service wxl Sunday the local cuiiiiiiiiiiv which IK protesting against ili new time IK not giving up the tnd limy ore confident today thM HinM snrvlco will have to be rtiiinil least on the Cardston and an ofllcbl r IK Hoard of Railway Commissions is in tlm city and met the commit ten this This afternoon lie wont Cardston to meet Hin Hoard of Trade It la understood tiiat protests aguinst the new are bping filed by Milk Kivcv anrl The company has annomieod its in In case the proposal service Is not of ninninc Hie Cardslon and Coutts trains from Maeleod each so that would bo a daily train between and General Carnern is In Coults today conferring offic ials regarding the1 proposed H is understood there is also a move ment on foot to consolidate the stat ions there once more Some time ago were separated and 3000 yards FRIDAYS GROCERY SPECIALS Palm Olive Per tfak6 Carmitlon 3 tins Mothers 3 packets Nabob fine Per Royal Crown 5 bars lOc 24c 36c 50c 25c Hudson Bay 2 Special 10 Granulated Special Ontario Per Aunt Jemimas Pan Cake Per package 4 pails Strawberry Each 31c 20c 95c Deliveries Every Hour CANADA FOOD BOARD LICENSE 6251 GAS TESTING OUT FIELD NEAR A NEW SUPPLY Though the Canadian Western Nat ural Gas which supplies Leth Calgary and intervening towns with claims that the Ifow Island supply is sufficient for all demands for a long lime the company is never theless busy looking for un auxiliary and to nnd they have a drilling outfit busy just north of Barn well in the hope that they will Ban The according to latest re is down 700 feet and making rapid The geologists of the concern believe gas can be obtained naar Barnwell at a reasonable drilling and they hope to open up quite an important field years ago drilled for in the town afid though a small pocket was the operations were chiefly High Grade American Dentistry THE proper kind of dental work is that whilch not alone looks that wears well into the bar Cheap dentistry in the end is the most but the fact that we guarantee our work is proof sufficient that the materials which we use are of the the highest grade permanent and Our early training in Americas fore most dental colleges of which we are all gradates is a factor in our Second only to the well known r Dentistry As We Practise It Is a Gentle Art OFF COAST dis patch from Digby says what is believed to be the float of a hydroplane has been found by fishermen off that place about two miles out from the Bay of Fundy shore and towed into The float i3 described of very superior coppered and hav ing six watertight One side has been stove TWO YEAR SENTENCE FOR STEALING SHEEP A sentence of two years less one day was this morning given Ha who was mixed up in the sheep i stealing case in which 220 sheep own ed by Kerr were He ap peared before Judge Jackson in Dis trict Court this and elected to be tried He pleaded guil As the young man is considered to have been the tool of other parties mixed up in the and as he Is now in it is likely that his transfer to the military will take place before the sentence is Two other parties in the transaction are yet to 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 council calling them under the colors were Justice Dorion said that the orders have been found to be legal by the su preme court of STILL IN JAIL Private Crandall and Bar who are held in connection with the shooting and death of Alme Picardy at are still in An application was made to have the men held by their su perior officer until but this has not been Both the accused occupy the same suite of rooms occupied by Harry when here in bccuupe they were one step loading to the discovery of the great artesian basin southeast of the If gas to struck at Barnwell It will be the closest field to Lethbridge yet and will strengthen the belief long held by many there Is gas under city of Lelhbridge if drilled for deep The deepest over put down in the city was about 2170 The main reason for the Barnwell operations is during the coldest weather last winter the pressure in Calgary was and it is hoped to bolster It up before the com ing as it Is owing to increase in the price of that gas will be much more extensive ly used for heating purposes than ever is said to have threatened severe measures against railway Professor the com manderinchlef of the CzechoSlovalc force who was in is oC the opinion that retirement of tho Soviets from Moscow may have been compelled by refusal of Lettish troops proceed against the CzechoSlo It is understood that an army of commander by German offi cers were sent to oppose the Czecho Allied Forces in Siberia Advance from Archangel Richards Nelson High Grade American Dentistry PHONE 363 Ott 4 Doors from Lethbridge ALBERTA CALGARY 116A EIGHTH AVENUE EDMONTON 3 CRISTALL stand K Special General MEETING OF THE Great War Veterans Association LETHBRIDGE BRANCH Will be Held in the Club Rooms at AUGUST 16th The Provincial President of the Great WarVeterans Associa WILLIAM will be in Business of very vital Importance will be and ALL RETURNED MEN Whether Members or not TO ATTEND AUQU6T HELP SOLDIERS DEPENDENTS IN FUEL local Next of Kin aMOclatidh Is asking the city to urge upon the Domin ion government the need for help Ing to finance the dependents of soldiers to get coal for next wint RUSSIANS ESCAPE FROM GERMANY TO great number of Russian ac cording to an official dispatch from Copenhagen are es caping from Germany into Den The dispatch says that nearly every day fugitives arrive at where they are well treated by the A camp has been established for them near Sure High Heels Cause Corns But Who Cares Now SURVIVORS survivors of the British steamer sunk by a German sub marine off the Massachusetts landed at a Cape Cod Port today and reported that another boat containing members of the crew had been Four of the survivors were badly burn ed and which indicated that the vessel had been attack ed before the crew had a chance to EARTHQUAKE RECORDED of the most severe earthquakes that ever has been recorded in local was registered onihe Seismograph at the Gon zales Heights observatory this The registration start ed at and lasted for three The quake centre probably was miles AT THE ORPHEUM Miss Mario star in the Modern tho Canadian made film being shown at the will ap pear in person tonight and give a talk on film moving Miss Lambert is being featured in Canadian made and is tho star in this purely Canadian picture being shown lietore the performance the young men will be filmed by the movie man in froirt of the Several scenes about the city are be ing AT THE EMPRESS Woman and tho the Wil liam Fox photomelodrama based on the internationally sensational De Saulles domestic irageSy in York will be shown at the Empress theatre The man has married a beautiful South American taken her to Now York and a child has been horn to Then he neglects her for the brilliance of Broadway beau till she is to obtain a lie takes her and driven mad by losing her little she kills Then a jury is forced to decide the question which has perplexed mankind for centuries Are there provocations which justify a woman to kill Tho Master To morrow Irene Castle in The Hillcrest Arch angel expeditionary force has reached 100 miles south of Archangel on the rail road toward it Is an nounced Bolshevik forces on are declared to have committed every form dt atrocity on the civilian Fairly determined resistance to the allied advance offered by the Bolsheviki and the progress of the expeditionary force was peasants are reported in dispatch es reaching the state department to be flocking to the of the CzechoSlovaks operating in force about 500 miles east of With the Soviet government ousted from Moscow the Czecho slovaks I are immediately put in control of the railroad line from Siberia to Moscow and from Archangel to The peas ants reinforcing this army are just learning the truth about the asciduously spread German re ports that the allies had been beaten on the west front as Russia had fallen In the The great mass of the government here is al so are just learning of the land ing of allied troops on the Mur man Coast and at Vladivostok and of the recent victories of the allies in in timations are given in well informed official quarters here that the Jap anese government already has antic ipated tho need for speedy assistance io the CzechoSlovaks in Western Si who have been almost cut off from communication with their breth ren who constituted the advance guard of the army which arrived in the neighborhood of Knowing the limited capacity of the Siberian railway the eastern ex tremity to transport considerable mil itary forces and supplies with and realizing the danger of interrup tion of such traffic by hostile Bolshe viki and German officered elements along the road in that part of it is understood the Japanese gen eral staff has planned to strike direct ly at Lake the most important contra of action of the Siberian To accomplish while the first expeditionary forces which may be landing at Vladivostok headed Gen oral is operating from there a considerable number of Japanese troops already in Manchuria and along the line of railroad running north from formerly Port are in a position to he speedily dispatchet to Harbin when they can be forwarded westward to Lake or can be diverted eastward to open up the section of the Siberian road terminal ing at official dispatch from Switzerland says that it Is reported from Moscow that op eration of military trains transporting Rolsheviki troops have been consider ably hindered on account of risings among the railway Trotzky TRYING TO SAVE FORCES Canadian Press Dispatch from Reu I era British headquarters In Ludendorffs recent or der that ground must be given up it holding on entailed undue expendl ire of man power is largely respon ble for the German withdrawal round The wonderful ess of the tanks probably has ressed the German high command the desirability of getting be ind the River wherever prac We have now pushed posts ar toward The allent practically has IN MEMORIAM In loving memory of Corporal Er est George who was killed in year ago outside of Inserted by his ARTHUR Because style decrees that women crowd and buckle up their tender toes in high heel footwear they suffer from then they and trim at these painful pests which merely makes the corn grow This suicidal habit may cause lockjaw and women are warned to atop A few drops of a drug called freez ono applied directly upon a sore corn gives quick relief und soon the entire loot and lifts out without Ask the drug storeman for a quarter of an ounce of which costs very little is sufficient to re move every hard or soft com or callus from ones This drug is an other compound and in a moment and simply shrivels up the corn wlthout inflaming or oven Irritating the surrounding tissue or skirClip this out and pin on your wifes AT STARLAND The very newest Thomas I a Keys of the Right LEMON JUICE TAKES OFF TAN Girls Make bleaching lotion if skin is tanned or freckled Squeeze the juice of two lemons into a hottlo containing three ounces ofi Orchard shake and you have a quarter of the best sunburn and tan and complex ion at very small j Your grocer has the lemons and any drug store or toilet counter will sup1 three ounces of Orchard White for a few Massage this sweetly fra1 grant lotion tho arms and hands each day and see how j windburn and tan disappear and how soft and whito the skin Yes If is University of Manitoba i WINNIPEG Offers a course leading to the Degree of Doctor of with facilities for Clinical Work in connection with General Hospitals thai are sur passed in few Medical Schools on the Continent and Also courses in Agriculture and Home For information as to Terms of Details of apply to University of I7MPRESQ Ll TONIGHT No Advance in HERE FRIDAY AND SATURDAY Vernon Castle in The HILLCREST MYSTERY COMING MONDAY WOMAN AND THE LAW COMING THURSDAY The Price of a Good Time u Paramount is to bo seen at tho Sturland starring Enid Bennett who because of a law suit which slitonly recently boen enjoying time of enforced llor friends will bo glad to learn that TinKnys of tho night gives Miss Hunnett ample op portunity to us reut talents not jjui v vi 1111 j v only as an eniotirual but ulso in parts of tlu picture as the winsome comedienne thai only she The Hupporling cast includes Earl Uoorgo Josef Purl Gertrude Lydia KnbU and MauDow The dirertor was Jerome Storm who worked undor the personal supor vlsiou of Thomas Ince DISTILLED WATER Delivered to any part of the LETHBRIDGE BREWERY FRIDAY SATURDAY FAMOUS PLAYERS PRESENT ENID BENNETT 4 IN KEYS OF THE RIGHTEOUS AND A HUMOROUS KEYSTONE COMEDY IN TWO REELS A SULTANS WIFE 1 Sk IS EXTRA EXTRAII EXTRA 11 LAMBERT TODAY AND TOMORROW PRICES OF THE PANAMERICAN FILM WILL ADDRESS THE ORPHEUM AUDIENCES TONIGHT AT AND SHE IS WORTH LAST TIMES TONIGHT MAQK BENNETT COMEDY THE KITCHEN Its a Korker Vivian Martin in A Petticoat Pilot ITS DONT MI38 ;