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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - August 19, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta MONDAY, AUGUST 19, 1018 THE LKTIIBRIDGE HERALD PAGE FlVfJ French Have Taken 2,200 Prisoners in Latest Drive with the French Army In Franco, Aug. 19,-(5 p.m.)-The tenth French army yesterdny took the heights dominating Carlpont PInin to the south of Noyon. They aico captured the town of Plm-prez in tijo valley of the Oise, to the east of Ribecourt. The French tool; ry (loldsuilth, roceiviil Canadians. Severn yii. have merely flesh otliers will take ti]ii are really serious. (�('l I'er-!;i:nly 'JD'i per ^I'tiuls ;.ini some, li'Mlilii; l)ut iitme W'.ilki!!.- Ilii'oiif.';!! A GREAT ORATORICAL ! OFFENSIVE OF HUNS Washington, Aug, 19.-An offi- ' ci.Tl dispatch from Fr.nnce today j quotes a telegram from Zurich I saying the Berlin papers are announcing that a great German oratorical offensive will soon take place. It is stated that three Gorman ministers will speak in order to explain the most important problems to tho German people. SWEDEN m OMREF FROM PETR IS What the Press Agents Say . _ I AT THK KMl'K n I i ShonUI the law uphold t H J a fiUlier lo a chllil against '''^ mollier. ii 111'' gre.'il (|Uef 1 AT THE EMPRESS the rights of Inst those of a gre.ii (luestion placed . ;-;(|iiarei\- liefoie tlie public by tho Wll- i liam Fox pliivloplay. "Woman and tho Wu.-re .suspended. Although the strike order affected a largo number of molormen and con-du:lors of the Tjondon County Council Street Car service. wh!(di covers the i principal industrial districts, reports I Indicated that many of tho men res-1 ponded to the request of the executive commit!eo not U% strike and that ser the long wards and lii;;!; ir.; ln-re audi tliere with the n(>\v iinival. it was! slrlkiiif.^ to notice linv. luin,] lasi-iiig liiii)ro.s.sian with ih'wn i:> ilie wonderful part played by Wn- lank-., Tliese onglnos, lor one thin:,', ilj-.v.- ilie lire of the machine guns wliirli invariably l.s the biggest hindraix" in ilie infantry advance. Tlier. wa- iin delay lliiH thne. however. We saw several C'.m.nli.iiK wlio *vere ridliu;' In tanks. H, '1 I In runs of Golden. H.l'., who lie,'!' tli" D.C.M.. went forward in llii^ la^lvimi until wounded. One of hi- iirotliers went down in a submariin', annther is l)ack in Canada wllli ,hep le^r child from her. Then it ' , ----------------JlJjy fe takoa 1 and ro- i gains her little iine. i 111 the ilireeliiin of this play. 11. A. W.ilsh has creali d a flltn masterpiece. i pia ship to I'etrograd lo take away :!lill j in lii>ep le^r eiulil trnm ner. \ refugees, or if this iit iiiiiiossible |, ! is that tlie hour of tragedy str V , . , .. .1 'a bolt from heaven. The wi IJL ol,;a,n permission lor th-se persons .^^ ,^ , to pass tiirougli i'inland, ,,.,;,., i,'..,. ii,m.. .,,, " pass tiiroug II is as:;iimed lieie that the i'etiigees are Aiiieriean and allied citlzeii.H seek inc. I'seape from Itiissla. 1 ndcr date i (if .Augiisl 17 the consul gen-eiiil at Moscow reported tiliil the (ier- , man govenimi.'ut had refused safe (oiidiicis for any refugees inclnding etiiisiilar ollicers nuA it was AT THE ORl'HEUM "Americun Methods." n special sup-r de luxe U'illiam Fox Pliotodrama ..........,........................... lirlieved i in which William Kariiiim pkiys tho iliis reiiisal would .�^raiiil until negm-i stellar role, will ho sliowii at Iho Or-latioiis were nineluded witli lOngland pheiini loniglit, coneeniliig the treuttiient of tlc-rmans William F.iiiiiim as William Arm-in Cbiiia strong is an .\ineriean of P'rench dcs-A report dated August K, said the | auceessfui business Itolsheviki autliorities have agreed to i permit the eonsnl lo depart and that ; witii the military missions of Great Hritairi and i-'raiice were pre|)arlng to leave Moscow by way of .\Bli'aklian ; .�iiid i'ersiji, Wlicn these (llsi)alches man, lie Is left an estate consisting of an iron mine in France, and with his sister sets sail tor the l''rench village and takes charge of tho business. In tile French lown live a JIarquise, her daughter ;ind ,'on, Armstrong falls in love with the beanliful daufili- were held. The Sw(Klish consul general said the negotiations woulil be greatly fncilit Wasliinglon. Aug, I'.i,-Long dispatches reaching th(> state deiiariiuent i ;,ic,i the allies would' promise |)ro-througli the Swredish foreign offi.(� des-i taction to Soviets in .N'ortluu-n itus- Brooltlyn, N. Y.,-" For one year I Was miserable from a displacement, which caused agen-eral trun-down condition with headaches and pains in my side, liy sister induced me to try Lydia E.Pinkham's Vegetable Compound. I found it helped me very much and such a splendid tonic that I am reoommend-inff it to any woman who has imilar troublea."-Mrs. Elsie G. Lewis, 30 Vornon Ave., Brooklyn, N. Y. Such c/)nditions as Mrs. Lewis sHf- ' Snr,?l wi!?SL^.d ^"^n'w'^/o^/fV,-"'" i encountered by the French was Ko"'sTem!rd^'^o";^oTs"c^^^^^^^^^ �--f" - - . " ^ ooiui I maciung gunners and aviators, who have sliown tar more spirit and determination than any other branch of the German service. All along the whole front of last night's attack tho French reached their objectives in the short time allotted to tho advance. The gains made by the French in the last twenty-four liours are regarded here as very important from the viewpoint of future operations. The French won valuable higli roads and are in a 'position to give tho Germans the greatest anxiety both south and west of Solssons. The Frenclr now hold ridges overlooking Olae Valley on both north and south sides, and large bodies of German troops stationed along the little river are in a position whore they are continually menaced from both, the north and the south by a movement, which would pinch theni severely. vice was said to Jiave boon nffoctod. Although tho transport workers' federation has not declared a national strike, reports were received this 1 bearing for us." lie saiil. �X'l.-ry glad cribed the chaotic conditlous existing in tlie Rusiilaii cities, Itailway service between .Moscow and Pelrograd has been iiiterru|)lod. On August '> unusual police !iieasiires| in Petrogi-ad were put into force, | German agents in .slockliohii were! ftnoted as saying on August 1 tlial the sia. PUBUS but confesses that she docs not lova him. remedy to restore streng:th to tnusele*' and tissue and bring about a normal healthy condition-has proved to be this famous root and herb medicine, Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound. If you have disturbing symptoms yon do not understand write Lydia E. Pink-ham Medicino Co., Lynn, Mbbs. The result of their 40 years experience is at your servifio. REQUIRED FOR R. N. M. POLICE CAVALRY DRAFT for line. afternoon by the local union of this i I'oss'hl"^ titii^ 1 'lave . v.r seen in Ihut indicating that the street car and omnibus employes at Bristol. Hrlghton and Folkestone and other ttfwna had i stopped work. they .seemed, to ilu ii, lor t liev ; (iormans were moving from Moscow' hall had enough of our harrage, which not because they were afraid, but be-, was the finest thing in ilie sliortost causo they fell certain of the fall of j the Bolsheviki in the near future. They declared that the Uolsheviki pro-' babl'y would bo succeeded by Scher-1 iWS OF RIOTS UE Montreal, .\ug. 19.-At the Aimes Glove Works, Limited, tiiis morning, a machinist answering to the name of loseph Tanguay, was arrested. Once at hoadauarters, everything changed for the prisoner. The first thing was tho name. Ini3tcad of being Joseph Tanguay. the prisoner gave the name of Jeane Do Monteur. a young woman '22 years of ago. dressed in male attire and who had been masriuerading as a man ever since she camo to Montreal from St. Boniface two months ago. She prov.ed herself able to handle the work at the glove factory where her strength disarmed any suspicion of her sex. .'\t this morning's s.ssinn of the city council a resoiiitinn was passed in support of a resoiiiiien of the Saskatoon city council r.iliiug on the I5ominion ami prnviii' ial governments, in view of the iieces/ily of couHerving the country's man power, to avail themselves of th,' ir.iornialion on record in the regis! rar'.s offices in each military dlslriii ri'garding persons medically exainiaeil and rejected under the authority ei' the .Alilitary Service Act, and so organize that such persons will receive proper medical advice and treatment. The idea is that noff and his revolutionary party wlio | . probably would summon at once a new national assembly, which will be recognized by Germany. Tok:o. Aug. 19.-(Associated Vreas) -'I'he nc.,vapapers have been prohibited from jirintiug reports of tlie progress of the rice riots and there Is an absence of news from the, province. A statement issued today by Minister of interior Misuno says that the governors liavo assured tho ministry that the disorders are abating stoadliy. The organization of proprietors and electors of newspapers have adopted a resolution declaring that the prohibiting of news of the riots is an unprecedent-,, , , ,, _ . ed and arbitrarv interference with the r.oniion. Aug. n.-(tanadian Press ] ^,,5^^,, .^^ g,.anled by Dispatch I-rom lieuter s Limited)-A constitution. They demand a can- RAOEAGREEMEN tho sovernment.s imw have tho infor-She is held at detective headauar^ i mation which will place tliem in a po-tors on a charge of theft committed at! sition the better to loolc after tiio 327 St. Paul Street, where Adelard !''calth of the men of the country, and Boulct claims to have been robbed. IN CONSTANT SESSION Requirements: Robust, cheerful temperamout, expert horsemen, good shots. Cannot accept men called up for service under M. S; Act. Apply R.N.W.M. Police Barracks at Once. CUT OUT DOUBLE NCOl TAXES .Montreal, Aug. 19.-The Canadian-American delegation to Washington to protest against the double income tax imposed on American citizens resident in Canada, met with a friendly and favorable reception from tho United States government and received ovory assurance that this injustice would be done away with during the comlns week, said M. P. V. G. Mitchell, who returned today to ilontreal from his trip to Washington, as one of the Canadian-Americans who went there to protest against the tax. F DISTILLED WATER Delivered to any part of the city. LETHBRIDGE BREWERY AT LASSIGNY Wltli the French lArmy^^ug. 19.- (AsBOclated Press.)-French troops in addition to advancing In tho soctor west of Roye yesterday, also made progress In the vicinity of Lnsslgny. The Frencli are approaching Presnler-es to the northwest of Lassieny, and the town of Flossier De Hoyat to the south ot Lasslgny, Is seriously men aced. ' Th i ormy of General Mangln also is making progreaa against tlio Germans norlliwest of Soiasons and is menacing tho high ground between Noyon and" Chaulnes, and also the railroad line in that sector. HUGE NUMBER DEFAULTERS Victoria, a Avs. U-^lm allltory district No. 11, which Jnoludos British Columbltt, and tho Yukon, there are dooiared to be 1484 dQtauUera nndor tho Military Service Act,the figures mentioned representing tho official rccoids on AububI 10, last London, Aug. 19.-(Canadian Press Dispatch from Reuters Limited)-It Is officially announced that during the last two and a half months the imperial war cabinet has been In continuous session. Every aspect of the policy affecting the conduct of the war and the question of peace has been examined by the prime ministers 'of the Empire and the other members representative of all Its parts> ONE KJLLED , Winnipeg, Aug. 19.-One man was killed and two were Injured seriously in an ammonia explos-. ion at the Swift Canadian Packing Plant, Elmwood, at 11 o'clock this morning. by an arrangement to render medical aid to unfit men iiiunh can be done to increase tho erfeciivo manpower of the country. PARACHUTE FAILED Los Angeles. .\u,c;, 19.-Leon'Molas, 28. formerly conneiled with the Society Polytechnic Milltarie of I'aris. was', killed at Venice, a beach resort near' here, late yesterday, when he I stepped from an airplane at an altitude jof 7500 foot ami liis parachute failed to open. Molas is said to have been prominent in Fraiire before tho beginning of the ASK FOR INCREASE Winnipeg, Aug. 19.-Motormen and conductors on the Winnipeg .Electric Raiiv.(ay soon will ask for an Increase in pay and changes in working gonditions. D telegram from Washington lo The Hague records an arrangement where-iiy trade between the Tnited Stales ;ind tho Hutch Ka-M Indies is to bo fostered, particularly in sugar, of wliich tho American war board will take 2.000.000 tons of the 191S rroji. It is understood that 40 Dutch steamers are at present idle in Hutcli Indian i ports. They will bo utilized to transport the sugar as well as tobacco, coffee, rubber, copper, tin and quinine ol Americu. cellation of tho order. It is tho general impression here tliat Iho rl'.'o nuestion has become critical. AT STARLAND The most vitally important motion picture of the year is coming to tho Starland iheatrc; 011 Mond.iy. It is "Itasputin. The Black .Monk," the newest World-Piclnre Urady-Madc, and it is so important because it tell.s the true story ot the Russian Revolution and the fall of the Romanoffs. The iirodiiction is remarkably effective .sconically. Neither time nor money has, been sjiared to get tho best possible, results, and in the construction of one street, which appears in several of tlie scenes, over $10,000 was expended. Who was Rusputin, the black monk; who was the real Czar ot Russia? Mow did he rise to jiower? How did he meet his death? What was done with his body? These quosiionR, all dealing with one of the biggest personalities ot modern times, are answered in "Rasputin, the Black Monk," the massive new World - l^lclure Brady-Made, which will be shown al Starland lhealr(! on .Monday. l''or the first limn the true sloyy ot the Ruasian revolution and tho fall of the Roman otrs,ls told in this picture. See it. EX-M. P. DEAD Montreal. Aug. 10,-Afim- an illness lasting two weeks the death occurred Saturday of W. J. Poupore, ex-M. L. A. and ex-M.P. for I'ontiac at the age of 71 years. Jlr. Poupore had been of lute years one of tho leading contractors of the Dominion, liis contract on the canal with headauartcrs al Morrisburg exondintg over a number of years and his permanent work being some ot tho llncst in tlio coun-I'T-__^ BIG ADVANCE WAGES New York, Aug. 19.-Postmaster General Burleson in control of the telegraph and telephone system, has approved the ten per cent Increase In wages of employes of the Western Union Telegraph Company, it Was announced at the telegraph office today. The increase applies to 45,000 workers and will add about $3,-000,000 to the company's pay roll. PETROGRAO REIGN ERROR UNGHECKED Washington. Aug. 19.-Petrograd's reign of terror is reported raging unchecked, says an official dispAlch today from Stockholm. It is estimated that 30,000 arrests have been made since tho beghining ot August, among army officers and middle class citizens. Tho Bolshevikii chiefs are said lo be on board the warship Aurora in the roadstead at KroustadL prepared to sail tor Germany in case of an uprising against them. Monday and Tuesday WILLIAM A. BRADY Presents a World Picture in Rasputin "THE BLACK MONK" A True Story of the Russian Revolu� tion and Fall of the Romanoffs. PLENTY OF GOOD COMEDY" Airmen Ready Far Perilous Work 0 TonighPM" WM. FARNUM IN "PLAYING FAIR" Showing the Screen Star in a picture fraught with human Interest. Britub and ^Itglian a>ieast-^^,p Ai//s Iter husband, q Was s/io vi^ht i , WtLLIAM FOX Presents R.A.WALSH'S^RAMA WOMAN an c/t/ieLAW staceo aV r.a.walsh >MHAT DID THE JURY SAY? EMPRESS Tonight $5.00 Cash Prize Will bo given to the first man and woman who lianda in tho correct name of the leading man in this senBotional picture, who used to conduct an auctioneer's business In Lethbrldge and Calgary. Hero's your chance to pick up oasy money. 727592 49 56 1410 61 ;