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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - August 20, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta TUESDAY, AUGUST 20. 1918 the LETHBRl'^iTS OAILY HERALD page fivf; ^ "Wartime Cookery" I FREE 13 Send name and address for l^j I new "War-tlmo Cookery" This jjj liook contains recipes chosen 1| p by the judges as the best and I most practical recipes submit- )l j^j ted in our recent cash prize ^| I competition. It is intended to '^1 I assist in the conservation of | ]f\ J'ood-and to eifect savings in p| jjl home cooking and baking. H Approved by Cnnadn Food Bnnrd ADDRESS H 'A u |E.W.GilIettCo.Ltd.| 1; TORONTO, CANADA ;t' ;yrK.>">":'"^"'~-"'~ "........ ' ABANDON FOR A EN oecH London, Aug, 20.-The French tenth army, commandod by General Mangin today captured 2800 Germans between 7 o'clock and 3 p.m., according to the latest reports reaching London from the battlefront. ADVANCE THREE MILES London, Aug. 20.-General Man-gln's forces advanced today three miles at the greatest depth on the front, french troops captured the town of Cut,*, Z'/^ miles northwest of Blerancourt. Washington, Aug. 20.-Dispatches from Sv/itzerland 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 nre being made at Lomza and Plozk among the supposed members of the secret association of the Polish �rmy. BIBLE STUDENT GOES TO JAIL. Victoria. B.C., Aug. 20.-Ewan C. Edwards, an International Bible Student worker, on being convicted of having copies of "The Unfinished Mystery" in his possession was fined $1000 or six months In jail today. He went to Jail. Willi llifs BriUah Army In l-'ranci-. Auk. 20.-nAsBOclalod PreRn.l--liy witlulriuvinK thoir forces in Uio Mei-vlllo .soclor of the Lys sulieul. Ilio. Ciornians deflnllaly havu given up ono oC llu! points from which a ilrivo for Claiiiis logically would bi> laiinchfid. 'I'hia is talion to Indicate that i Ik; Oorman hiKli comniaiKl has. at for I he time heliig abandoned liopi; of roachinK the coast and now perhaps is (hiefly concerned willi gelt InK llie C'.evman lines liacic to a place of greater security. Tlie withdrawal hero has been e.\-pected lor some time and it contlmicd last night and today even on a Hliglitly broader front than that of yesterday. The rollremont marked the conciu.slon and failure of the effort whicli Germany launched early In tlic spring to 'finish off" the iSriUali army hy driving It to the sea. Otiiei' willidniwals continue and the British, taking advantage of the opportunity, have at, various places, pushed forward, where the enemy has left ainall garrisons. The British also i have hatteretl in the Bosclie at places j where he was not ijufte ready to re- i tire, such as between Vieux-Berquiii' and the ilazebroucK-Baillicut Railway. Here a local operation gained all the objectives, the British advancing their position some distance and capturing one officer and 181 of other ranks. South nt the Scarpo River, the British still turtlier advanced thoir line while their poaltions sotith of the Hiver Soiniiie were Improved by local actions. An enemy attack which dc-velopoJ here yesterday was.a compieli! failure in every respect. llie-lJerinans suffering iieavy casualties. While llie (lermans managed to penetrate the ilrilisli positions at two jioints. they were ciuickly liurled out and the line this morning was coiu-(detoly restored. .Vot a single font of ground was gained by (he enemy. Between the Somiiie and llie .\ncre ttivers live British lines have been steadily improved in the last few days and last niglit the |)osltlons of the -jnemy west of Brayi^ were successfully raided. Aside from a desire to gel on't of tlie ground wliicli has l)een e.xtremely unprofitable for them In liold. and whore the Hrilisii. hy reason of their superior i)ositions. ,are able to pound tlion\ day and night, the C!ermans, in retiring, iio.Msihly have anoDier motive, namely, to establisli a strategie reports reaching !,,ond()ii [i ;.s .stated lliat the [Yonch have i-nted the enemy positions to a (i.pih of two! inilc.�. I 'I'iiiii atlnck, wlii('h i- . ,,n! ion | of tile 'assault niaile leuih >i-esl of' Soisaons on Sunday ni-.'h' endangers' llie entire (Jernian |Kj-iiiie' iinil bi^fore i .N'oyon in a serious iio-iiinn from! wiiidi only nii ininiedi;i^ r.'ii'eai. would ' appear possible ! llnofllcial dlsp-Uchc: WEDNESDAY'S GROCERY SPECIALS Finest Lima Beans. SpechTl, 2 lbs........................... "Christies" Arrowroot Biscuits, best made. Special, per lb......................... Wiiflstoffci Racpberry Jam, 4 lb. pail,, per pfjil .......................... Tuxodo Coffee, 1 lb. tins, ground. Special, per tin ......................... New Potatoes, dry ,Tnd mK.iiy. Special. 7 lbs. Deliverias Every Hour 45c 30c 88c 45c 25c Large Bars Gold Soap. Special, 7 bars ................... Squirrel Brand Peanut Butter, bulk., 1 lb...................... Cloverdale Creamery Butter, Special. 1 lb, prints ............... 1 lb. tins Crisco. Special, per tin .................. Large Tins Christie's Soda Di.'sciiits, Per tin .......................... 50c 32c 52c 35c 55c CANADA FOOD BOARD LICENSE NUMBERS, 8-29902, 6-25',. Recommend Price of Wheat to be $2.24 1-2 High Grade American Dentistry DlilNTISTRY as wo practise it is not alone the art of restoring your teeth to useful service but It is also the art of restoring to you a youthful, fresh, healthy appearance. .Missing teeth do not improve one'.s looks and iiuite apart from the fact'that you cannot chew your food properly and thereby court indigestion, missing teeth alter entirely the expression of IhB face and cause wrinkles and hollow cheeks. jMako up your mind to visit our offices today. Do not let fear of pain dote'.' you longer. Lot us assure you Dentistry As We Practise It Is a Gentle Art. eonsideralile cas- \ �i'i summarized liy the Hamburg ICclio 111 its isi?ue of August 12. witli the com-meiil "the German peoiile are nnvr paying tor all this." .A slate department dispatch today quotes the German paper us saying; "Kvents of the last week have a dei.-p significance for the nation and its rulers. The foiUiwing iian-Germaii ir-Kuments deceive thems.'lves and others : "The .\merlcans are hlutting and never will declare war, " "I'hal if w,\r is dpclared America Is arming Us'cU at;aiiisl Japan and will not i,end soldiers to Europe.' '� 'That the submarine would alnU ;he transports.' That the submarine would bJock- Geiman .Sub Oflice Recently in a New Saloon .\fter suffering every humiliation a t'aitlifiil wife cDulil bear-broken in iiope, driven lo ilospalr. siio secured lier freiuloni ami lonsecratcd her life �io lier hoy, Then, when he tried to rob iiier of her only ('onsoiation. her son, I the thin veneer iil civilization crack-'ed and she became'the inolher, Slio �defended herself as a lioness would, as the iuimble inole or giant tiger. She slew the destroyer of lier happineaa and siooil in tlio eyes of the world-a woman honored, Tliese are the stral-iing facts of "Woman and the Law," at the Kinpress now. The Xew YorlL I liapers s;iy us follow.s , I "Il was a iiard pull on the heart- W a.S been ! strings of the la rge audience that saw Yolk AVashington, Aug. 2il.--The Anierl-can naval officials now concede the Iiossiijility that German submiiriiie.s the William Fox iiresentalion of ft. A. Walsli's film drama. "Woman and the Law," The ordeal in court, the climax of the picture, was portrayed with a depth of humility .and a wondrous mother love, the foundation of tho story."-Xew York I'^vening World, Mudglng liy the applause which 'Thai England will be starved out hy ihe submarines.' 'Tliat Germany's firm allitude to ward the United States would bring the neutrals to their side,' " TOING COS! OF G IN y. S. operating oft the Atlantic coast iiave greets the verdict, the audience be-heui in communication with pei..ons l'^'^''" H''" l"vo stands ahovo on .siiore Jnd even may have latidcd '"!'> '""""n law-thai the numbers of their crew statutes cannot be tlie test of such a I' was learned today that the navy' ^i"'"'*T- "Woman ami the r>aw" is has a report that an oWicer of the eer aln to arouse a heathy discuss on American steamer t). li, .lenkius saw "f ''i"' "'t" Intuition and recognized in a New York sal.,011 'T','' reason. Ihe run at ihe Lyric is a submarine officer who boarded bis neheduled tm- only two \ve�Ur,, but the ship off the coast. The American f""> 's eertaln ii> be a popular atlrac-turnod to call a companion's atteii- ''r a longer i>eriod."-.New York ti ni to tho German and tlie latter dis- Gall, appeared, --^=r--= --- , Two the raiders, wlio have been �^������������^��HBa off the coast are declared to have ceased operations, one of them not liaviug been heard from since aho was bombed. American naval estimates placed I the total number ot Oernian submar-, ines destroyed hy the allioH at more! _ _ than 200 and the number believed to C! T'T^WTWT be in commiKsion is betwee^ii ICO and J^^J^^^ IT -* M A 1^1 WATER Delivered to any part of the city. LETHBRIDGE BREWERY POmiNWflNT EI THINGS m Winnipeg, Aug. 20.-The Increase which the Dominion government has made In the wages paid postal employees docs not satisfy local postal employes, and they intend to agitate for a further increase and better working conditions. They also want uniforms similar to those � of the Northwest Mounted Police, suitable to different climatic conditions. Indignation In Toronto Toronto, Aug, 20,-There is much 1 li'.Olgnnlion among tho local letter carriers and postal clerks over tho tlofllslon of the .suli-committee of the privy council in the matter.ot increased salaries, A meefing has been call-od for toiilght in the Labor Temple, Several loiter carriors here stated lhat "It loolted like another strike." J'resl-(leut .J. R. Oiitliberlson, of the local Ijetter Clavriors' Assoeltttlon,'ad.nltte'l that the situation was very grave. Washington, Aug. 20.-('ounlry-wide invesligalion of the cost of living was .started today by tho bureau ot labor statistics to obtain data for in making wage adjualnients. Six agents began the inquiry in Hallimore, calling on representative families in dil'teronl parts of the city. Information will be gathered from the families rendering their annual c.\--penditures for food, clothing, housing, fuel, furniture and misccllanepuS| expenses. This information is expected to bo useful, not only to the govern-nienl but to tho housowito as well, enabling her to know exactly what she is getting for her money. LAST TIME TOIvllGHT ISO. It also was disclosed today that the onemy r�ider.s recently cut the French trans-Atlantic cable out of an American port and that the cable has been restored lo operntion. Tills is the second lime a cable has boon cut. at starland IS WOMAN THE CHIEF WAR SUFFERER? The much debated quostlon as to whether men or women feel most severely the terrible burden ot war has THE BLACK MONK And the Latftst War News In Pictures. WEDNESDAY AND THURSDAY JESSE L. LASKY PRESENTS WALLACE REID . IN "THE THINGS WE LOVE" ALSO PLENTY OF GOOD COMEDY I GETS TEN YEARS FOR AIDING ROBBERS London, Aug. 20.- (Canadian Press Dispatch from Reuter's Limited)-Harry Cook of Mel-bourne, Australia, a railway union official, was convicted yesterday of participation in the robbery last May when two treasury clerks conveying four thousand pounds to the government printino office for the payment of employe8,:WBre held up b]f.,,fnasked men with revolver*. Cook was aentehced to ten years ImprlBoijment j�t hard REQUIRED FOR R.N. W. M, POLICE "CAVALRY DRAFT for Siberia Kequireinents: Robust, cheerful temperament, expert horse-men, good shots. Cannot accept men called up for service under M. S. Act. Apply R.N. W. M. Police Barracks at Once. ^Ae Gi'im Hand of the Law tahes a bate from a mothers kills her husband, _Whs sh� yij/it / WILLIAM POX Presents R.A.WALSH*S^RAMA WOMAN ancyflieLAW STACiO kY R.A.WALSH WHAT DID THE JURY SAY? EMPRESS Tonight $5.00 Cash Prize Will be given to the first man nnd woman who hands In the correct name ot the leading; man In this sensational picture, who used to conduct un auctioneer's business in Lethbridge and Calgary. Hero's your chance to picic up easy money, HERE THURSDAY "THE PRICE OF A GOOD TIME" 88724704 D9B ;