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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 23, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta TILMHOHit OdlM OfttM MMarial far wart nr ky kr by par to of expiry of dally addraaa papers Mr authority to tonUnua tfea THE OF THE British troops have recaptured the town Vf Albert and are pushing the ArrasBapaume wfcich they have succeeded in Tie recapture of Bapanme now s which will prove a disaster at the present stage for the The French have crossed the val lay of the Ailette River and are rap idly throwing their lines about the city of Noyon which is as good as lost to the Germans Over the entire western front the Germans on the retreat here and there the allied attacks driving as far as several miles into the Ger man f TTT THE CASUALTY Dispatches the other day told of than Canadian casualties Un the new drive It looks like aiilgh Sat con aifering theremarkable victory gain M by the Canadians In their advance it womld appear to have in comparison sorrow to Canadlan A number of of machine fttne and has proven to Jie that thufir hope of a vie tortmw iwmee Is ashesIn their it has been a wonderful And It has been all the more won derful In view of the fact on March 31 when the Germans launch ed their longheralded spring offen sive they outnumbered the allied troops on the west three to For four months vrlth this weight of num bers behind the Germans able to hammer their way to 46 of Then suddenly the tide turned since then it has been rolling the Huns back with a but resistless Why this miraculous change all in one month Let us examine the two offen sives for the When Hindenburg launched his of fensive iir Mftrch he had Just one ob There were Ptris and the Channel but these were His main object was to smash the British and French armies on big task but to add to the difficulty of the task he had to against His only hope was to accomplish his object Am erican army began to To this In bis effectives prpdi along by weight of regardless of cas for if he could the British and French armies he couJd likely deal with the Americans as they came So when a pointhad taken Inthe a frontal attack was the anil this was the method The result was that the allied armies under Foch exacted an enormous price for every foot of and by July 21 the striking power of Hlndenburgs le gions had been weakened by sheer loss of Foch had won in the against theturn of and withit new tactics With Fochs hosts not a race Of they are not wasting any time but in of the fact that the allies nave an ever increasing due to the arrival of a quarter troopsevery there is no evidence that elfMMves are being In contrast Hindmrtnirgs attieM to gaitf when he comes to aiard nut The meaiod1 ma Be itla PICKED PASSING Percy of has been appointed new secretary of the Regina son of MajorGeneral Sir John of was killed In As the result of Injuries received in a motorcycle motor truck accident some weeks James an employe of the city of suc cumbed to his Albert Stewart only son of acting principal of the Manitoba col lego ia listed In the casualties as kill ed in Lord brother of the late field who is 72 years Cal There of 160 which Mas gary Normal 8 Eugene former French ambassador to represent on council of high commlstionersiIVy I One English members V has week due to the increase In wages in all whose UBIlBIf in i a income irt Mill Irina tfewhlnney was omitted from the pnbllilwrt government report ot those passlnfdrale She hal alnce been made happy by delving notice from the Department that shft hat satisfactorily patted afl her exams rind may to drade report At the departmental alma I3t and X show that our Taber school has done Very almost all pupils Ing tlfelr school staff this ear slst of prin cipalMiss Jean viceprincipal Miss Miss Miss Miss Miss McCam Miss and two other ladles not yet School will open on the NoffMl a in Tetter tha ChauUuqua BaltnAr and Miss Clark Beard returned oh Friday organist 1n AU6U8T cltlteng with the Bltlsbn eta Presbyterian of South Hill South VanCou to The relatives of the boys must know they fought nobly and died brave ly as befits true those relatives the message of Sir Arthur Cnrrie muat be that thanks to the action of the Canadian gov ernment reinforcements areteady to fill up the Thus is assurance given that the sacrifice of the boys who have fallen will not be in made a flight in an tvirplnnc at Trlng piloted by Kitchener of Royal Air The Canada Food Board has investi gated wasted fruit in the Niagara and has found these reports without substan tial Before the war the Income of Lon dons beggars estimated at 000 a Beggars earned more Now have disap the army or gone to f a f The new Canadiandollar bills bear a portrait of Princess Patriciaof Con A newspaper wag says this Is to encourage owner will hate to part with so charming a pic It was learned at Ottawa con trary to statements which have ap the award in the ar bitration is not to be paid jintil after the of the prime minister and the reorganization of the board the Canadian A committee has been appointed in report the de finition of the phrase duration of the which appears in tive enactments passed since and on the expediency ofprolonging after the war ends the existence of laws in which the phrase The are inching along BMITI8H TITLES TO AMERICAN Every few days we hear that King Qeorge has conferred some decoration other on some American admiral or general who has distinguished himself in the fighting This ap jmtrs to many people of States to be a queer and rather dlaquieting pro but the Spokesman Review fant Worrying about In a recent is discussing these decorations It aald It baa fives serious concern to the jiore rampant democrats who woulc Uke everything to have to cal Germans get all set to check the drive In one sector we near of a new drive being launched 50 miles awajy This forces the Ger mana to make a new of their Six German armies have been battered by this Now Foch is atarting on the It would not be surprising if the allies carried these tactics out along the whole front from Switzerland to the By this method provided Foch an dteposei of his everincreasing re erves at strategic points behind the he can run the Germans ragged o use a slang And the ermans have no effective means of ireventlng What few reserves they iave more than fill in the gaps caused casualties and prison ers so that the outlook cannot but be dark for the German horde And that is the contrast between the two One was a race and magazine H would not be surprising If the Mute were to hear shortly on thli mbjact from Senator Reed of Mia Reed ia jifraid that by allying with tha effete aristocra of the other side of the Atlantl fra iwere ireaflpg the aklds for th 40ITBtaU of our rugged old democ really itarted campaign to the Mlaaourlan now eeems to re flevated hia was the dla that Hoover had for a long before tha wars lived in London fajt beta aft terms of friendly famll iMlty wita and He Ul4 on taken lunch with was not above being of acquaintance roya ty righteous about Jtoaaa things Is typical of th oC quite a number ofAmer Ten ships with a dead weight ton nage of tons were added to the American merchant In the week ended August Seven of the ships were steel and Eight steel vessels and two wooden total tonnage were launched during The Earl of son of the for mer Canada of lat is expected to come to Canada very shortly o the Duke of the pres nt governor of tho Lord it is succeed Bulkeley held tie office of aide de camp for some ime and who has just leftCanada for The American army in France is jnply supplied with bread made of all wheat and the dailyration of 8 ounces of flour for bread is so over abundant that a reduction to 16 ounces s under Soldiers in the Jnited States consume with the prescribed amount of ubstitutes for wheat flour Not until hey get to France they allowed allwheat by the Germans against And they The allied offensive is slow but sure attrition the German ef And the enemy will It is a losing game al round for the Kaiser and his cohorts and the opinion of Premier Clemen The French that the wa will end in 1919 seems In a fair iva to being BAKER GIVEN has tendered his as pastor of the having received a call from Fred onetime sporting writer on the Morning and former star hurler for the Calgary Athletics and star basketball has been a German pacifict who was sentenced to four months im prisonment in Germany for writing a pacifist book on the psychology of the escaped Into Denmark by Simon of Ken who already has large holdings in the Airdrle added to these by purchasing for cash from Jirah McCormick his farm and Edward an Internation al Bible worker of on being convicted of having copies of The Un finished Mystery In his was fined or six months in He went to V Recent word received in Calgary is to the effect that Norman Rankln who went overseas some time is now a sergeant in the Engineers fn Rankin was formerly a captain inthe 191stBattalion and re verted to the ranks to go across Inquiries of the men at the Moose Jaw post office elicited the statement that there is no foundation that the posties are dissatisfied with the recom mendations which have been made by he subcommittee of the privy coun cil and there is likelihood of any further Dropej ini first Canadian prisoner of war via Rus has He was for merly an insurance agent at Regina and was capturedtin He escaped from a visit to her daughter In Mon York anddaughter who have been visiting for sometime at for their home in on Miss Jean Lallle and Mr James Goldie of Lethbrldge were visitors at the manse the beginning ot the There is a rumor of a doctor coming tb We trust that he brings with him an approved method ot amputating dogs The resi dent v physicians have thus far been unable to cope with this distressful malady Miss Lillian Tufteland and Miss Helen Bryan Tuesday morning for Calgary to attend the fall session of their Kaffir Boys oft Monday evening hrtfught ChttiMuouh to glorious The general Verdict is that Chantauqua more than repeated Itself this ywr and mult now rettaHh an established institution In the lite of The whole program was wholesome and invigorating the music elevating and and the addresses timely and Britishers and Canucks never heard before such praise for the Mother land and Canada as fell from the lips ot several of the American The speech that made the most pro found Impression seems to have been that of of the Food though exMayor Malo declares it was not In It with Blandsvaddress on The Century ot Getting The Mother Goose pageant went oft in splendid the chlldon acquitting themsel ves Much of the success of the Ghautauqua was due to Miss the and Miss These and only 600 at thin price will 10 on another example of of A few yearn the junior superlnten charming and capable ladies won golden opinions on nil and the people of Taber would like nothing better than to see them back next After meeting all expenses the local committee will have a substantial surplus to divide between the hospital and the British Naval League An agreement was en tered into by a number of the leading Chautanqua or adults IteXtseason will ago onr progressive city fathers sot aside a remote suburb of the town as a place where tporty might frisk or 6r bay the ittobn the whole night through without interference from the But It Istne same old story Segregation does not segre Of and especially after nightfall the town has swarmed with these not even Hull Avenue and the Chautauqua tent been regarded by them at At all hours of the night they walk the hurl rude defys at one another across the squares and and en gage In sanguinary Like the Germans fronting the Canadians our nerves are getting Jumpy and weare contemplating a strategic Our main reliance now Is In the night policeman recently If not skilled In the use of sword and pistol we hope at least that he an expert In hurling stones and that he will soon net the gfcat of these devastators of nightly As for tha man who turns loose at night fall upon an tfiflJIRMIfig foramunlty a hqwllng curt we our strong opinion of We would like to pour buckets of water upon him after he had been tightly ensWathed In strips ofbullock a la for the the Qerman secre tary for the excited comment y the London Evening News in dis cussing the attitude of the allies to ward Germany in the address he made He declared thenewspaper had said that Germany must de stroyed by bloody andIrreparablede feats on the battle News pointsout that actually said was nothing ofGermany is to be left in France or but the bones of German coupiejoftluWlahs across Po joufhey tafijig35 Following isthelocation and ex tent of wounds of Canadian officers A slight In Captain slight Captain slight Captain severe Captain severe Captain British savwe Lieut Jr slight British slight Ports slight slight BrightonMajor severe Al slight Returned to Will SfttBd in tains on Account of Fam Health Realising Englishmen in tbi hate hastenedto explain that f and the others are really have been given varl they could knights or sirs renouncing their allegiance to the United There is no danger Jfor the of titles of no setting a foothold In this coun irwo A OONTRAtT one month Uader of all the Am erican and allied on the west has from the Qermana half March n to Inly s wore than one The members of the Baptist church refused last night to accept the resig nation at their pastor which was offered on account of the of his It was formal ly agreed after discussion to Balier a years leave of ab This was acceptable to Baker conditionally to the effect that the church reserve the right to invite another pastor at any should they consider it to the best interests of the Baker will return to the Okanagan valley to teach tte manual arts in the Penticton and Sum merland schools for the coming school tie hopes to leave next week to be there for the opening of the Tbomaa of lor calling u HusBiau named Lush aald After the tyulcrimes Germany has what viler insult uKaiuat inun Ihuit do u ilu u IS NEARLY FATAL From Our Own CorresnpndinO very pretty wedding took place at the Methodist parsonage on the whea the eldest daughter of and miniates was married to general jnerchant of The brides father performed the Import ceremony in the presence few intimate The happy couple left on the late train for their future home The mall service as it Is tyis will not tend to help the business men as all trains arrive and leave after IMGOVIDO Arertfc Left a Fairly Large Estate of Those who wait be do so after all the business tweeu trains stores ATI almost fatal accident occurred on the farm of south of Mrj Gillen was going into ihe field with a team attached to a binder when the team took fright and ran Gillen fell In front of tho table of los ing one His right arm caught on a saving his while his left leg was caught on guards and badly When brought his house he frpin of A doctor and after binding up the he was taken to tho hospital where he is now and may be out in a week or Word was received today of the death o clerk at Blackfoot He was for several years clerk fit the Blood near and wan wpll From Our own funeral of Stwe whose urday has already reported in the took plawtaon Monday af of neighbors were pres respect for him ternoon from A large num and friends of the d ent to teHtity to thei inn tuvoruiiiv known lu A short servioe was conducted by the Bryan before the body was conveyed to the The two questions the public most in terested in IIH an outcome of this trag edy are What disposal will the government make of Arents property seeing that he left no will and was of Germnn What should be done with respect to the jUnfortuoate woman who or Indirectly haa been the cause of two fatallitlei in a few months seems to be that lu the interest Of tho peace and the ruunity she should Interned till ter the war and to Qe wheiue Bile came a short time before the outbreak Powell nositioiv in fUmiQse as Should Prof it by the of These Two Women am the mother of four tor ree yean I suffered from a female troubto with In toy back arid a general I had pro ieuional attendance most of that time but did ijtot to get I deckledVtp tiy PinkhanA Vegetable Compound which I had advertiafld to and in two noticiad a marked I continued iU DM vpA am jiowfraa from pain and able to do all mjr Ml V badly from it at times I could not atalL do my was nervous and could not He down at night I took from a phyajcian but tbeyjdM not If j Aunt Erery Sick Woman Should Try DTDIA VEGETABLE LYDIA MUICINC and Hiuund manager u kadlng Jejfeliy Tlirouyli an he iiarnu 0 WAS ADVERTISED BY A WINNIPEG STORE TOLD THE HERALD IT HAS THIS SUIT PRICED REGULARLY Inveitigate ;