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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 20, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta THE DAILT IIEIULD PAGE FIVE r L Wartime FREE Send name-and address for I new "ffar-time Cookery" This jj book contains tetipes closes 3 hy the judges as ihe best aid H ;j most prattled recipes submit- j ted in our recent cash prize J3 competition. It is inlewled to R H assist m the.conservation of ti 0 lood-and io effect savings in g M home cooling and baking. H V 11 Approved by Canada Foot! Board ADDRESS g H TORONTO, CANADA Washington, Aug. patches from .Switzerland today say deep unrest is manifest at Warsaw. The streets of the old Dutch Polish capital are full of German patrols, who are making numbers of arrests. Houses are being searched 'and arrests are be- ing made at Lomxa and Ptozk am- ong the supposed members of the secret association of ihe Polish army. London, Aug. 20. The French tenth armyt commanded by Gen- eral Mangin today captured 2600 Germans between 7 o'clock and 3 p.m., according to the latest reports, reaching London from the battlefront. ADVANCE THREE MILES London, Aug. General Man- gin's forces advanced today three miles the greatest depth on the front, french troops captur- ed the town of miles northwest of Blerancourt. t With tlie British "Army in Prance. Aug. 20.-4 Associated By withdrawing tholr forces in Ihe Me r- vilte sector of the Lys salient tUe Germans delinllsly havu given of the points from which a drive (or Calais logically would b o launch e il. This is taken to Indicate that the Herman high command at least Tor the lime belug abandoned liojte of reaching Ihe coast ami now jierltaps ulilcfly concerned with fcltfng the tJermaii lines back to a place ol great' or security. The withdrawal here lias been tx- peeled for some lime and it continued BIBLE STUDENT GOES TO JAIL. Victoria, B.C.; Aug. C, Edwards, ?n International Bi- ble Student worker, on being con- victed'of Having copies of "The Unfinished Mystery" In his pos- session was or six months in JaU today. He went to Jail. while their positions south of tbo Klver Somuie were Improved by local actions. An enemy attack which de- vetoptt) berc yesterday was.a complete failure In every reaped. ihe-Genuaus suffering heavy easuaUies. While I lie Germans mauagcd to uc- netrato the Hrltlsh positions at two points, they were quickly hurled oul aud the line this morning wa.s com- pletely restored. N'oi a siagle Tool of ground was gained by the enemy. Between the Sonimo and the Ancre bv the _, Rivers the llritlsh lines have been 6t 'reaching London steadily improved in Iho last few To-day's War Summary (By Associated Iv-ss) The German forces un vital sec- tor of the between the Aisne and OSse Rivers, wore- hurled back over a (en mile from i days and last night the positions of lite west ol Brave were suc- cessfully raided. AsEdc from a desire to got out oC the groutul which has been extremely un- profitable for them lo hold, aud where! worn- niins to re li is stated hat the French nave iwnetrateil the WEDNESDAY'S GROCERY SPECIALS Finest Lfma Beans. Special. 2 Ibs....................... "Christies'1 Arrowroot Biscuits, best r> Special, ptr Ib..................... Wagstaffe.i Raspberry Jam, 4 Ib, pa'L Special, per Tuxedo Coffee, 1 Ib. tins, ground. Special, per tin Potatoes, dry and mealy. Special. 7 Ibs...................... 45c 30c ,88c 45c 25c Large Bars Gold Soap. Special, 7 bars Squirrel Brand Peanut Butter, bulk. Special, 1 Ib...................... Cloverdale Creamery Butter. Special, 1 Ib. prints............... 1 Ib. tins Crlsco. Special, per tin.............. Large Tins Christie's Soda Biscuits, Per tin SOc 32c 52c 35c 55c CANADA FOOD BOARD LICENSE NUMBERS, 6-251. Every Hour Phone 313 enemy positions to a of two miles. 'rills Htlack. wbldi is .1 con of the 'assault iuadf jutrtli on Sunday im-M v jin-sitiuns Recommend Price of Wheat to be 1-2 tlie Uritish, by reason of their super- tbe Aisne. U is uutk-luated lor positions, .are able to jjomul them ihe prench probably will tlay and Ucraians, Iti rc-jije followed by a German retirement tlrinc. pwuiMy -liavc soother motive, from KofGSons lo Chcmlii DCS J James namely, to establish a strategic dc- M H fcnso against the operations of the Menace nun tanks should llicy anywhere be at- last ulghl and today slightly broader front even on a tlian that of yesterday. The retirement marked the conclusion anil failure ol ef- fort which Germany launched early in tho spring lo "finish off" the British army hy driving U to the sea. Other withdrawals continue find Iho Hrltlsh, taking advantage or tho op- portunity, have at places, pushed forward, where llie enemy lias left auUtil g-vrlEons, Tho British also liavo battcreil in the Hosche at places lacked by the British. Continue Pressure IlrilisU Army Hcado.u utters France, Aug. Dispatch from Iteuler's where he was n the Ho not quit e ready to re- tire, such as between Vieux-Berquin and Iho HazehroucV-Dailiieul Railway. Here a local operation gained all the objectives, Iho British advancing their nosilJon Epmo distance ano capturing one o! fleer anil 181 of oilier ranks. Spilth ot the Scarno River, 'the Bri- tish sllir further advanced their line High Grade American Dentistry D'EOTISTRY as -we practise It Is not aUino Ihe art ot restoring your teeth to useful service hut It is also the 'arf.of restoring lo you a youth- fresh, healthy appearance. Missing teeth do not improve.: ODD'S looks and unite apart from the -f Act 'that- you cannot chew your lootl properly and thereby, court indigestion, missing teeth alter entirely the expression of the face and cause wrinkles anil hollow cheeks. Make up your mind to visit our offices today. Do not let fear of pain deter you lunger. Let us assure you UiapaitU UUlll ilUUIfl 3 Our patrols imvc maintained a atcaily No details pf the fire yet available hut an advance uf two miles in sector would seen! to nlacy the (Jeruiaus along the Amur and before Noyon In a serious pu.siiioTi irom 'which only an Imniediiiu: retreat wouM Uie withdrawing enemy' <.iiu iin..., inflicted considerable cas-1 uallies, enemy manifestly (ho Frennu from itic ues hi a Jmnpy contlUlon. to "ast. morning he furiously barrageiV the La ClyttC'Scberneubcrg Hoad, appar enlly as a'protective nmvement ns imlant lown ol infantry movement followed. In our advance near VIcux-BOrquhi all cur obJec t ivcs -were u Si ned. Th c en eriiy troops now falling hack belong to the Sfxlh German army, commanded by General Von Quast, while Von Der- linrdi is corps commander directly concerned. As the latter's writings embrace1 tactical theories lo fll every conceivable situation, it remains lo be seen how lar these l-an lie jFftnch yesterday; Unofficial ?rate that sfg- successes have achieved Jisci north- Thc tltrcc- la given soenis to very close to ihe import- it- (own ol Lansiguy. The German hold un ftoye also sems to be weakeJied Ijy the recent progress of the Frcm-h. li would ap- pear that Roye now three sides. 'Jusl northwest of Koisaons the French h'ave occupied Vitssets. which Is on the east bank of ;t smaJI stream which flows 'into the Oise River Morsaiii, which was captured uy the Winnipeg, Aug Canad- ian council of agrlcufttir? at its session this morning made a recommendation that the price of Canadian wheat for the coming season be fixed at It was explained that this price was re- commanded on account of the price at Duluth being fixed at 2.24 V2. A recommendation was read from the Fort William grain ex- change recommending that the grain trade in .Canada be handled tlie same as In the United Stat-5 with a maximum price for wheat and a maximum price for flour. The Northwest Grain Dealers' Association recommended that the margin of wheat prices tie chang- ed, suggesting that there be a buying margin of six cents on number 1, 2, and 3 Northern wheat, 3 margin of seven cents on number 4 and S cents on 5 and 6. The problem of carrying char- ges were discussed at great length but nothing definite 'wap decided upon. Ir. in-acllcG. -in uie old Picardy battlefield the Much rain has faMen "during have been launching repeat- Dentistry As We Practise It Is a Gentle Ait Drs. Bruner, Richards Nelson f High Grade Ameiaan Dentistry PHONE 363 Ott Blk., 4 Doors from Lethbndge Hotel, LETHBRIDGE, ALBERTA t CALGARY EIGHTH AVfiNUt E EDMONTON CRISTALL BLOCK. night, hul the grouuii Is still good go- Fied Haig has telegraphed General Rawlinson: congratulations .andj thanks to yourself and staff and all] i-anks on the magnificent success re- cently gained by the Fourth New Line. London, Aug. line is as follows: From Plessy-Lc-Val to l.e Four-A- Ver re to Ilelfontainft and to Uleran- courl niHca north of Moraain. From there. It rung south, to Osly- Courtll anJ .reaches llie Aisne at Courli. The attack today exleaded .to, a. point Ihrde off, Eote- Farther lo- the' French also are dpftig well in thejr gradual dvancC'down the wooded'slopes of basaigny -Massif. They. have, reached point live miles from Npyon. This s a difficult country, but the French ,ro pushing ahead toward Noyou from loili Iho north and south. THIS SIGN On a Gas Stove is a Guarantee of Efficiency, Satisfac- tion and Economy. MOVEMENT COAL BEHIND SCHEDULE Washington, Aug. a comparatively short period malnmg of the Great Lake navf-' gation season, movement of bitu- minous coal is 8.03 be- hind schedule, tht fuel adminis- tration today announces. An extra effort is now being made to up shipmenU of coal on the Great L'akes'before winter sets irt. COME AND SEE SAMPLES IN OUR STORE TAYLOR HARDWARE CO QURNfcV AGENTS lETKBRlbGE ECZEMA ON HANDS Mr. Angus Josef ;of Spry, ;bor, Halifax Co., NS., For three years 1 Buffered terribly-- vlth my hands., j Itching Vas" s6-ihlenEe that It kept- KIO awake at used ny- merous BO-caJled 'ecxebia but 'got 1. coiA-.. tdcncea applyiiig'ZArh-lJuk.' Tna this wonderful healer, how- erer, has entirely rtd-ma of .this distressing disease." Is the quickest and inrest ncalcr In the case of rlag- irOTm, salt Fprcs, 'ul- cers, 'plrauicaX blood-poisoning, piles, hums, scalds, cuts ;and all ridntlnjnrlea. AH !5am-Buk Toronto, fiOc. 3 for Send Ic, return postage) anO re- eelve'freo trial tox, I counter attacks against the British line south east or Chilly. These were by the Uritish. Flatten Cy's Sall-nl TJio old Lys salient is tieins rapidly flatteiicd out by Iho German retirement 'roni Ihe extreme westerly positions ield by them after their April slvc. The British oflifial statement nil lea tes that" the line now runs Irom Xtervillc qti (he north to the vicinity of Locori on the south. Ip.ivtng a large triangle of abandoncJ ti'rrKory In the direction ot Saint Viant which has been occupied by the Uritish. Xoyon fast Is becoming Uie central point of that which centered around Monl.'fJIuIer at the beginning 'of Pk-ai'dy oflcnslve. Lassigny is being approached from the.south by French troops who have finally 'debouched from' Thiescourt Wood. Kast ot the Oisp toward Solssons, General- Mangin has captured, more higli gro'ind and has Slorsain aiid-has brought his total of prfsbiiers lo 2200. U-.Marshal Foch can .'succeed In pinching off advancing uorlbward he will force Uie Germans to retire from the present line north of Royc toward Arras and will hasten II not compel a Gorman retreat to. the the.Aisne between Soissons1 anti "Rheirns. _ .There has, been only slight activity along'the Veslc. In Vladivostok Allied forces in Vladivostok have 3en reinforced by tlie arrival of a second American transport nnd a third ;ransport is expected- Nor Hi of Vlad- ivostok the Czecho-Slovak troops have been In heavy fighllnj the Bolsheviki forces on the Ussurl front. Tile Czechs have been driven from their oulpos's. Washington, Aug. ar- gumer.ts used in the Ibc Ger- man Junkers to mislead the people are summarized by the Hamburg Echo in its issue of August 12, with tbe com incut "the German people arc now paying for all this." A afate department dispatch loUay quules the German yaner as saying: "Rvciita of llie last wecfc have a -.leep for the nation and H3 fl tlioroughly touched upon in th6 iretnenJoiisly (lutriotln picture. "The Tiling We which every gotid man. ana child ought lo and thluk ?.bout, The question LS ulil as war itself ami the nearest ablution that wi- have ever seeioed to reach Is that it usually fails equally ueavy upon Hie .-ihoulilers of all. This ouly one ot the unny present-day in "The Tuiufc We whk-U is Wednesday anj Thursday to the SlarlanJ Theatre. After suffering every humiliation a faithful wife cuultl in. hope, driven to despair, sho securert jlicr freedom atul consecrated her life her boy. Then, when he tried to ro'i her of her only consolation, her son, tlift Ihla veneer of civilization crack- ed anil she became'the mother. She t ilcfendctl herself as a lioness would, as ihe humble mole or glaut tiger. She slew the destroyer ol her happiness and slooil in" the eyes of the woman honored, These are the strat- liag facts of "Woman and the at Iho Kmuress now. The New York papers say as follows "It was a hard piill on the heart- strings of the large audience that saw (ho William Fo.t of It. A. Walsh's film drama, "Woman and the The ordeal in court, the cli- max of the picture, was inortrayed with Washineton Aue a