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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - August 15, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta TKIIUSDAY, AUGUST 15. 15)18 THE LETMRRIDGR DAIL^ IIERALD PAGE Fm-i A U.S. Army of 4 Million Could go Through German Lines Wherever Desired Wr-iliiiiston, Aug. If).-"Tjic United Rtal.OH." snfcl aent'rni March, "has liopii iiskod by lior nlllcs to ombark upon II progrum so larso thai It. was nocesHary to survey carofuUy to aacer-taln .wholhor wo could Ko throuRh with It or not, and ono ot the teuturoa of IhlH enlarged program was producing mon. Tho-dnHlri! of Ihn iidniln-latrntlon Is to eBtablish lilmlta. both nnixlnium and inlnitnum, which will accunipllsU this program and at lh(> ennie (lino'dlHorganlzo Industry as lilt llo as posslblo." Oonoral March told the comniUtco thai bo was nnauall-flcdly In favor ot havilng tjio army coinpo.Hcd of us many young men as poaslhlu. Concentrate on West "The p/6stdent," said General March resuming his statomcMit, "has finally announced that the AnioHcnn military policy from this time on la ccntorod clVcft. ncvl Sunday the local � iMiiuiiiiri' wliirli is i protesting ngalnsl. nu- m-v: lime t:il;I.! I Ik not giving up tii^' ancl liu'v arej coiiddent today ih" uliI �(m-vIc(! | will luive to be ri'iii al.b'asi on I till! Cardston anil C'nii;,; liriuiclieM. Mr.! Hhinnick, an oliiciiil oi ilu- JUmrd of Hallway ConimissloiM- -. is in tlie i-lly today and met tln' roinniitlcc- llils morning. This ufl"", iinon lip v.ent to Cardston to meet Hi" i;aHe in tiio price ot coal, (bat gas will be much more extensively used for hoating purposes than ovxjr before, i.s said to hiivi' Mireatened severe iiieasiircs agaliiKi railway men. l'r(if(!S.sor T. C. .Ma.saryk. tho com-iiv,indor-inchi''r will) was in Washington, is of tho oiiiniun ihat retirement of tho Soviets from .Moscow may iiavo been [compelled liy n-fiisal of i.cttis'ii troops � lo proceed agiiinsl. llie Czecho-Slo-vaks. It is uiub^rstood thai an army of ijCtts. cominanoer iiy (ierman otfl-errs were seilt (o oppose tiie Czociio-Slovaks. SAVE FORCES Allied Forces in Siberia Advance from Archangel SURVIVORS LANDED Boston, Aug. 15.-Twenty-f ive " survivors of the British steamer Penlstone. sunk by a German submarine off the Massachussetts Coast, Sunday, landed at a Cape Cod Port today and reported that another boat containing members of the crew had been lost. Four of the survivors were badly burned and' injured, which indicated that the vessel had been attacked before the crew had a chance to escape. London, Aug. 15.-The Archangel expeditionary force has reached Pabereshskaia, 100 miles south of Archangel on the railroad toward Vologda, It is an-nounced here. Bolsheviki forces on retiring, are declared to have committed every form A atrocity on the civilian population. Fairly determined resistance to the allied advance was offered by the Bolsheviki and the progress of the expeditionary force was delayed. EARTHQUAKE RECORDED Victoria, B. C Aug. 15.-One of the most severe earthquakes that ever has been recorded in local instruments, was registered on'the Seismograph at the Gonzales Heights observatory this morning. The registration started at 5:30 a.m. and lasted for three hours. The quake centre probably was 8,000 miles distant. AT THE ORPHEUM Miss Mario Lambert, star in the IWodern Eden, tiie Canadian made film being shown ai the Orpheum, iwill appear In person tonight and give a talk on film inaiiilng and, moving pictures. Miss Lambert is being featured in Canadian made fiiniB, and is tho star In purely Canadian picture being shown tonight, liefore the performance tho young men will ho filmed by the movie mon In froir? of tiio Orpheum. Several scenes about the city are lie-ing taken. AT THE EMPRESS "Woman and dm Lawy Ibe William Fox iilioto-iiiclodraiiia based on the internationally .siinsatitmal Do Sauilos domestic tr.igeSy in Now York City, will be sliown at the iCmpress tlioatre Monday. Tho man iuis married a boantlful Soutli American lielrAss, taken her lo Now York and a child has been born to them. Tlien he neglects her tor tho brilliance of Bro^adway beauties, lilt sliu is t'orce