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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 19, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta MONDAY, AUGUST 10, 1813 THE' UCTHBniDGU DAII.V UEIULD PACK FIVE" French Have Prisoners in Taken Latest Drive With the French Army In France, Aug. tenth French army yesterday took the heights .Dominating Carlpont Plain to the south of Noyon. They atso captured the town of Pim- prtz In the valley of the Oisc, !5 the east of Rifcccourt. The French took prisoner 2200 Gtr- rnans. Paris, Auj. ths posi- tions captured by the French north of the Alsno River, the allies now threaten the German batterles'of big guns at Chauvlgny and Juv- Igny, north of Thsss guns have been able to command the city of Sotssons and keep the whole region near that place un- der fire. It is possible that the enemy will bs forced to abandon these positions, thus freeing Sols- ions from heavy bombardment. Another great advantage result- ing from the advance Is the occu- pation of the edge of Audlgny- jourt ravine and the plateau west of Nampoel. At these points the allies excellent positions for observation over the rear of the enemy's lines. (Canadian Press Dispatch from Reulers British headquarters, Aug. OFJIROOKLYN Tells How She Was Made Well by Lydia E. Pink- barn's Vegetable Compound. N. one yeir-l ITRS miserable'from a displacement, whi ch caused agen- eral run-down con- dition with head- aches and pains in my side. My sister induced ma to try Ivm'aE.Pinkham'a Vegetable Com- pound. I found il li e 1 p e d me very much and E'uch a splendid tonic that 1 am recommend- HOW TO GEI RID OF ing it to any woman has fimtlar ELSIE G. LEWIS, 30 Vomon Are BrooV lyn, N. Y. Such conditions as Mrs. Lewis 5nf 1 fered from may be caused by faU_o a general weakened run-down condition of. the system, and the most snccessful remedy strength about a.normal healthy conditions-has proved to be this famous root and herb medicine, Lydia E. Fintham's Vegetable Compound. If you hiVe disturbing symptoms yon do not understand write Lydia E. Pink- ham ticdicinn Lynn, Mass..The result of "their Wyearsexperienceisat your the allack Sunday in Iho northern sec tor of Iho Lys salient tbe enemy was rudely reminded that tbo British front Is very much alive elsewhere than on tho.Sommo. Although tha enemy.was apparent ly surprised at the suddenness ol our attack, anil lately he has been obvious ly Jumpy on Ibis part of tho line our operation was a largo scale renetltloi of tlie nibbling tactics whereby thi Australians had hilherlo penetralec. Into the northern edge- of Nleppe Kor est, through and: beyond Merrls. In some places on tho Flanders front, the line has become be'mifluid with th nleuse patrol activity and ho euemy has decided to considerabl readjust tho Hue established las spring. Important Plateau. Paris. Aug. While official statements refer to las night's attack between lhe Olse an tho Aisne as an "operation for Iho re llflcatlon of the front." newspaper hero attach certain' Importance lo th the plateau of Ncuvro Vindre, which pommanda tho valley tho Aisne as fas as Solssons. To 11 north, the occupallon of Nanipu gives (ho French eicellenl posllloi in view of future operations., Americans Harassed Wilh the American Army oj t Veele. Aug. P.ress) The Americans who have dug in alo continually are being h ssed bv tbe German artillery, and g rojectiles. The Germans made oj Iclous attack Saturday afternoon irned at those Americans who are slt- ated on.the north side ot tlie Vesle. "hoy used artillery first and then tol- owcd the lire of their suns with gusts f mustard and "sneeie" gas. These ittacks have not met wilh any ap- preciable success and the Germans evidently aro aware of the fact. This s Indicated by their having sent over our airplanes which by wireless or other means endeavored to direct the Ire of their'noxious fumes so that hey would be more effective. The Americans have protective mc'a- surcs against such attacks and on one occasion wearing their gas masks con tinned.working on a bridge which the engineers were building across th( Veslo notwithstanding turnei against them, Anil aircraft guns and shrapnel drove off the enemy aviators who were trying to point out our loca lions for attacks by enemy guns, and finally the gas shells ceased falling The .next morning the bridge bad vir lually been-completed. Very Important London. Aug. lhe fighl ing last night and today between th Olae and the Aisne the principal Iroi ble encountered by the French wa rora the resistance from the .Germa machSne.-Eunners.anil live shown far moro'splrit ana dete nrtn'allon than branch o the, German service. '.All along the whole front of la night's attack the-.'French reached their objectives :in the short .time allotted The gains made by the French in the la.st twenty- four hour's 'are regarded hero as .very important from lhe viewpoint of future operations. The French won valuable high roads and'are in'a position lo give the Germans' the'gr'eatest anxiety bolh south and wesl of Solssons. The French now hold ridges over- looking north and south and' large bodies of Ger- man'troops'stationed along the little river are In a position where they are .menaced from bolh-. Iho north-and lhe a mpvemenl which would them severely. Paint Ihe Way to Quick Relief VKKO.VA, ONT. "I suffered for a number of years with Khenmathm ami sevtre Pains in my and llutt. caused' by strains and heavy lifting. When I luJ given up hope of over being well again, a friend recom- mended to mo and aflcr using the first box I felt so much better lhat I continued lo take them and now 1 atn enjoying the of licallli, thanks lo your Koutlerful fruit W. SI. LAMPSON. "I'ruit-a-lives" aic sold Ly all dealers at flOc. a box, li for 12.50, trial siie 2jc.- or sent postpaid by Fnll-a-livcs Limited, Ottawa. OFFENSIVE OF HUNS Washington, Aug. offi- cial dispatch from France today quotes a telegram from Zurich saying the Berlin papers are an- nouncing thai a great German oratorical offensive will soon take place It Is stated that three Ger- man ministers will speak in or'jcr to explain the most important problems to the German ptople. IBM REFUGEES What the Press Agents Say Ixradoa. Aug. c'siuilisn. lios ,iital. now commanded i.y C'ulone! IVr Goldsmith, retelvid 200 Canadians. Seventy-five per lave merely flesh wirjncls uul some otters will take time lualius but none are really serinus. Wa'kf.is ihrnauh the long wards and i-haiting hero and tlierc with the new arrivals il v.ae to notice how iht? most lug iMpresslon with tlu'in is won- derful part played by the tanks. These engines, for one lulus, drc-w tbe fire ot tho machine guns invariably Is the biggest hindrance to ihe in- fantry advance. There was im delay Ibis time, however. We saw several CiiuLtlkms who were riding In tanks. B. T Ik-irons of Uoidcn, H.C.. who llie D.R..M.. went forward In lbi. il. for ed np were the d over the re- this refusal would stand uiilll negm- 1 iatlons were roncluilc-d Kngland jfoncornlng the treatment ot Hermans I in A report dated August 1C said Ihe ATTHEORM1EUM "American Melboas." a special sup- or iU> luie William !-'ox Pholoilramn in which William Farnuni plays tho stellar rnle. will be shown at the Or- phenui loniglit. William Kyrnum as William Arm- strong an American of French des- cent, and is u sucresslul business A report dated August 1C said the (s ]etl .jn estam consisting RolshuviM aulhorlttes have agreeil a'a France, and with permit the consul lo depart anil that BistDr sels [Or the French vll- with the military missions of Great rbargo ot the business. Ilritaln France were preparing to leave Moscow by v.-ay of Astrakhan I anu Persia. When these dispatches .Long dis- the slate department reacjnuy suvu ho said. Anderson also througll tne Swedish foreign office des- cribed the chaotic conditions Ing In the Ruslilan cities. rincipal industrial districts, reports idicated that many of the men rea- Kmdeil to the request of the executive ers ommiltec not la strike and that ice was said to Jiave 'been ntfectetl. Although the transport workers' fed- ration has not declared a national trlke, reports were received this Ucrnoon by tbe local union ot this ndtcating that the street car. and ninibus employes at Bristol, Brighton ind Folkestone anil other towns had topped work. lev Eeerneu to ui> u. ior invv vjuiuituia adhad enough of our barrage, whlcb'not because they vrero afraid, but be- an of Hie fall of in Petrograd were put into force. German agents in Stockholm were quoted as saying on August 4 that the were moving from Moscow UC and takes charge of the business, In (he French town live a MarquJae, her daughter and SOIL Arnislropg; falls In love with lhe Jjeaumui daURh- in in itj.-'iu. uv.ii falls In IQVe WHII ItlU yeuumm uaujin- were sent efforLs still were being matte tcr'o[ tllQ lint she tells hint o obtain tho release of IJritiah nnd in tier rousin. o obtain tho release of IJritiah French citizens held at by tho llolshevlkl. Some were released several age but nearly a hundred were hcliJ.- Hu'edlsb consul general suit! the uegollatluns would be greatly facilit- ated if the allies would promise pro- lection lo Soviets in Northern Jtus- sbo is betrothed to her cousin. Later be cousin, learning tliat tbe girl has ost her fortune, jilts her and marries another. She then accepts Armstrong, >ut confesses that she does not love I'l the finest thing in ihe shortest osslblc time 1 have ever seen in that Ine. cause they felt certain of the fall ot the Bolshevik! In the near future. They declared that the Bolshevjkl pro- jablv would bo succeeded by Sctier- noff and his revolutionary parly who probably would summon at once a new national assembly, which will be recognized by Germany. London, Aug. Press Dispatch From At this morning's session ol the city council a resolution wns passed in support of a resolution of tho Sas-, katoon cit> council calling on DommiOJ and provincial lraul. ueiWKCli II15: In of the necessity o! conserving an-jj itio Dutch East Indies is to be the "country's man to1 avail fO5jercj, particularly in sugar, of themselves of the information on rec- the American war hoard will Montreal. Aug. the Almes Glove Works, Limited, this morning a machinist answering to the name ol Joseph Tanguay. was arrested. Once at headquarters, everything changed for the prisoner. The first thing was the name, Inptead of being Joseph Tanguay, the priso.her'gave Hie name of Jeane De Mente'ur, a young woman 22 years, of age, dressed _ln male fll tire-and who had been-masquerading as a man ever, since earn- Montreal fro_m St. Boniface months ago. She provjed herself able to handle tha work at the glove factory where jer strength disarmed any suspicion of iier sex. She is held'at detective headquar ters on a charge of theft committed at I Iho heller to .look otter tue 327 SI. Paul Street, where Adelard health of. the men of the country, and by' an arrangement to render medical aid to imfit men much can be done to Aug. no-.vspapers have been prohib- ited Iroin ifrinling reportB of ihc pro- gress or lhe rice riots and there Is an absence of news from the province. A staleinenl issued today by Minister of Interior MIsuno says lhat the gov- ernors have assured lhe ministry that the disorders arc abating steadily. The organization of proprietors and elect- ors of newspapers have adopted u res- olution declaring that the prohibiting of news of (he riots Is on unprecedent- ed and arbitrary interference with tlie, rights of free speech as granted b> lhe constitution. They demand a can telegram from Washington lo The tenation Of the order. Hague records an arrangement where- n the general impression here by-trade between the United Stales ,iiat rj-u question has become VlnS ,i-n rinlnh P.tttt Infllps iR ID bC ..p4tlr.ql AT STARLAND The most vitally important motion picture of the year is coming lo the Slarland theatre on Monday. It is "Haspulin, The Black the newest World-Picture Urady-Made, and It is s.o important because it tells tlie true story of the Russian Rev- olution and the fall of the liomanolts. The production is remarkably effect- jive scenicaliy. Neither time nor money has, been spared to get the best possible, results, and in the construc- tion ot cue street, which appears In several of the scenes, over was evpendetl. Who was Itusputin, the black was the real Czar of Russia? How did he rise to power? How did he nicct his death? Whal was done with his body? These questions, all dealing wilh jne of lhe biggest personalities of. nodern limes, are answered in "llas- inlin, the Black the rnassiVo new World 1'lcluro Brady -Made, which will be shown at Etarland thealre on Monday, For. the first time the Inie story ot tbe Russian revolution and the fall of lhe Roman otts.Is told in this picture. See it. ord in the registrar's offices in each military district regarding persons medically. examined and rcjectedi un- der this'authority of the Military Ser- vice" Act, and so organize Hiat such person's will receive proper medical advice-ant! treatment. The i3ea is that tlio governments now have the infor- -nation niiich place'lliem in a no- wic take tons of lhe 1818 crop. U is understood that 40 Dutch steam- ers ore at present Idle in Dutch Indian torts. They will be utilized to trans- icrt the sugar as well as tobacco, coffee, rubber, copper, tin anil quinine ol Amerlci. REQUIRED FOR R. N.W. M. POLICE CAVALRY DRAFT for Robust, 'cheer- ful tenlperaraent, expert, liorae- men, good sliots. Cannot accept incn called up for scrvico Under M. 9: Act- Apply Barracks at Once. Aug. .Canadian- American 'delegation lo' Washington, to protest double-income .lax Imposed on American clllzens re- sident in Canada, met with a.friendly, and favorable recepllori from vlho, United Slales. government and rccel.v-. cd every assurance that this Injustice would be done away with during the coming said M P V O Mil chell; who'returned loday 16 Monlrcal from his Irin. to Washington, as'.pne of Ihe Canadian-Americans who wenl there lo protest agalrtst the tax Boulet claims to have, been robbed. IN CONSTANT SESSION Aug. Press, Dispatch from Reuters Lirrj- is officially announced that during the last two and a half imperial war cabinet h'as' b'ee'n In continuous session of tht policy affctt Tnrf the conduct of the war and the 'quettion of peace has been examined by tht prirhe'mlnistera 'of trie-Empire and the other mcnv bers representative oF Us parlsi ONE KJLLED -man was killed and two were Injured serioUsly ammonia1expfts- on at''.he ..Swtft Canadian Pack- ing Elmwc-od, at 11 o'clock ItiU morning increfise the effective manpower of country EX-M. P. DEAD critical. Saturday of _ Poupo c, A and ex-M.P. for Ponliac at age "of. 71 years. Mr. I'oupore l r Stockholm. H is that SO.OOO arrests have lieen mode DISTILLED IfflER Delivered to any part of the cily. LETHBR1DGE BREWERY With Ihfl'Vrench (Associated troop In addition lo advancing in the seclo weal of Itoyo yesterday, also mad progress In lhe vicinity of Lassipis The French aro approaching Fresnle cs (o lhe .northwest of Lasslgny, an lhe (own of Plcssler De Hoyal io Ih south ot Is seriously me" Tho army of General ilangln also making progress against tho German northwest of Solasons'anrt Is manacln Iho high ground between Noyod an Ohaiilnes. and also Ihe. railroad tin in that sector. HU6E NUMBER DEFAULTERS a Cv rllsfrlct No. 11, ifhlch itielildo Brill Columbia, and tho Yukon, there a declared lo ha H8< defaulters end the Military Service flgur rmenlloned otfic records on Aujusl 10 Ui' 1 PARACHUTE FAILED Los Aug. 26, formerh connected with the Soc lety Mllltarie of Paris at'Venire, a tieach resort here, late yesterday, wliclt he Btcpped from an airplane at an altitude of.7500 feet iincl liis parachute faileil lo open Molas is Eraid to have been prominent in France before tlio begin- ning of (he war. ASK FOR INCREASE Winnipeg, Aug. and conductors on the Winnipeg Electric Railway soon will ask for an Increase in pay and changes in 'working conditions. lonpore alnco. beginning of August, among been of la lo years one of Ihe leading I wf jcera and middle class clti- dominion, his con- nntsbp.vlka chiefs are said Monday and Tuesday WILLIAM A. BRADY, Present! a World Picture In Rasputin "THE BLACK MONK" A True Story of the Rusiian Revolu- tion and Fall of the Romanoffs. PLENTY OF GOOD COMEDY' BIG ADVANCE WAGES New- York, Aug. ter General BUrleson In control of telephone sys- tem, has approved the tsn per cent increase in wages of employes of lhe'Western Union Telegraph Company, it was announced at the telegraph office today. The Increase applies to workers and will add about to the company's pay roll. flRPHEUM. U Toniht ;WM. FARNUM IN "PLAYING FAIR" 'showics the Scieen Star in a picture i fraught with human interest. Airmen Ready For Perilous' Work Gtim Hand of the Law takes a bate from a.mpthert breast'SAe kills titrfatsband. o Was sho viqht WILLIAM FOX R.A.WALSH1S13RAMA WOMAN DID THE JURY SAY? Brltlih ItydUn we now very frientU, EMPRESS Tonight Cash Prize Will bo given lo lhe first man and woman who hands m lhe correct name ot lhe leading jnjn In this sensational picture, used to conduct an liusfncss In and Cil gary.. Ifcre'i your money. ;