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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - August 27, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta NOnOHIIMtR PIANOS SOiSON PHONOGRAPHS A88INIBOIA MUSIC CO.. LTD. "Everything Musical" S15 6th Street South Phore 1545 GEORGE MORGAN HOUSE DECORATOR 64 11th SlrMt �. Ph�n� 14*3 Prompt and Rallable Work Dona at Rtaion-alila Prloaa^ i ji THIS WEEK SOME FIRST QUALITY BEEF, PORK, MUTTON, and VEAL DELANY'S Meat Co. Opposite Dallas Hotel Phone 452 Canada Food Board License Number 9-2664 / - ^ i -. -^-N The Economical Housewife Knows where to make Her produce QUALITY GOODS AT LpWEST POSSIBLE PRICES AND THE. BEST OP SERVICE IS � WHAT !COUNT8..tHESE DAYS, WATCH OUR BUSINESS GROW 2;80i School Supplies Your child will make fastsr progress In his studies if you provide him with the necessary school supplies early. Our stock at present is complete In all text books and supplit-s. THE KENNY & ALLIN CO., Ltd. SSBt!�^ Store NEXT DALLAS HOTEL PHONE 14f7 Still a few baikete of Blueberries. Jutt arrived. Per basket.................. California Peaches, Elbertae and Craw- fordt. Per case 2.10 Apple*, Vallow Tranaparcnt, large boxes. Per box____..................... BEST CREAMERY BUTTER. Per lb................ THE GOOD CO. High-CUis Cash Grocers canada food board license number s-sm 2.35 50c LIMITED Phone 525 Now Attacks of British Forces Making Progress ' ctal points as the tlehtlng continues. I l^cal attacks continued on the OI>e-! .Visno front. General .Mangin's army advnUiced their lines more ihna 1000 yard front to a depth of 1200 yards fast night. They have stronpthene;! their hold on the plateau and liavo registered their position near .hivigny. The Germans made a counter atluck farther south. Just west of Ctiavigny, in which they lost prisoners. The activity of tho artillery was during the evening along the bend ot the Olse, south ot No>-on. THE WEATHER Pari^ Aug. 27.-(Havas Ag-  ency)-The new Briti'.ii attack along the Scarpe River is making progress at many points, notably l^etween the railroad from Arras to Douale and the Arras-Cambrai highway, according to dispatches to newspapers here. Everywhere Retreat With the British Army in France, Aug. 26.-The German retirement is �continuing along many parts of the hattlefront tonight. The British are overwhelming the enemy's rear guards in heavy fighting. Reports indicate that at least one counter attack has been broken up by the British artillery concentrating its fire ou massed enemy troops. 30 Divisions Engaged. (Associated Press.) With the British Army in France, Monday, Aug. Elements of nearly thirty German divisions, many of which have been badly hit and crippled, are striving to hold off the British. There are signs ot even greater contusion behind the German lines. Companies ot various regiments have been thrown in almost any place. The strength ot a number of these companies has been whittled down until they hardly contain tiventy-five men, according to prisoners who have passed through the collecting cages today. German Statement Berlin, via London. Aug. 26.-The supplementary official statement from German general headquarters this evening reads: "The British attacks have extended to north of the Scarpe.  "On, both sides ot Bapaume and north of the Sojame there have been vigorous engagements. Enemy attacks "ToTr^ur^irthir" Sanitary Shop Sure you're sate and uf good work. WE8TBROOK BROS. _ Oppoilte Bank of Montreal in the main have failed. At spnie places counter attacks arc still in progress. Longueval and Jlont Auban. temporarily lost, have been recaptured. "Between the Somme and the Oise apart from local engagements north ot the Axre, the day has been quieter. Partial engagements occurred north of the .Aisne." ^ Is Slowing Ud. With the British .Vrmy in France, Awg. :'7.-The British advance gives evidence of temporarily slowiog up at various places along tlie front, but intervals ot comparatively slow movements must be expected during the course of a battle such as this for the British have now engaged in hard and continuous operations without a rest for a week. -Many more prisoners and guns and anotlier German commander have been taken. The officer fell into the hands of tlie British in tho fighting around Eeugnatre. north of Bapaume. The total number of machine guns taken from the Germans in the present drive must run away up into the thousands. Stacks of these weapons haTe been captured, but it is probable that there will be no opportunity for counting them in the inimetliate future. French Progress. (.Associated Press.) With the French Army in France, Aug. 27.-The attack of the fir.= t French army against the German line from south of Chaulnes to L.iucourt is making progress all along the line. .^Counter attacks were launched from Roye by the Germans during the night, but were repulsed. One company which was advancing from Roye to reinforce the line at Laucour'. was captured. French troops entered St. Giles, a suburb on the southwestern side at Roye at five o'clock. Reconnoitring parties advanced to Crapeau-Jlesnll, 31,4 miles south ot Roye. They also crossed the Roye-Chaulnes railway line north ot Roye. The tall of Roye Is now conbidere.l probable. The enemy is giving way at sev- High..................... Low ..................... Forecast-Fair and cool. 86 44 MARKEIS Wc^ Are All Correspondents Now! We write our friends at the front and elsewhere, and get through pads quickly. You should see our stock of these convenient blocks or paper the first time you find yourself out. We have a number ot BpecSal lines welf v/orth attention. Paper does not go wrong readily. Provide against the rapid advance in paper costs. -BUY NOW- The Twentieth Century Book Store 614 FOURTH AVENUE PHONE 61J FOR READING-AND WRITING MATERIAL "Reading maketh a fuinnan; ' Writing, an exact man." Winnipeg, .\ug. ^7.-There was an e.xtremely poor demand today for all grains. Although the offerings were light no bids were being receiveu. The premium on .\o. 2 C. W. oats oats dropped 2c, making it' ac over the October price. The cash barley market.was absolutely without demand and the price dropped another five cents, making the slump in three da.vs fifteen cents. Offerings practically were nil. Oats closed %c lower for October and %c lower tor December. ^ Flax closed 3Vit higher "Tor October. 3%c higher for November and 2c higher tor December. WINNIPEG MARKETS. Oats- Open October ................83?^ December ...........,..80 Fla.x- October ...............41S Close 83 November ...... December ...... CASH Oats-No. 2 C.W..... Barley-No. 3 C.W., 105 Flax-No. 1 N.W.C. ... .-400 .....395V2 PRICES. 41G = i 404 39S-5 ...............-.SS No. 4 C.W., 100 KODAK SUPPLIES FOR THOSE WHO FINISH THEIR OWN , PICTURES-j^^^Yj^ We have a full stock of various kodak sundries such as Papers, Chemicals. Dark Roont Lamps, Amateur Printers, Trays, Printing Frames, Portrait Attachment...Color Screens, Tripods, kodapod, Thermometers, etc. �in tact we have practically everything the, amateur -will need. ...............3141A Calgary Livestock Calgary, Aug. 27.-Probably on account ot the weather there is a dull snd apaijtciic rccrJ'et today. Hoijs have weakened somewhat, the top price quote'l today being $19.25 and nr, receipts are recorded. There ar3 a few-cattle in, but mostly of tho stocker class. Top price pt any beet being offered remains at ?13.50. - STENOGRAPHERS WANTED To Call and See the Byron Typewriter Cabinet Something new. Carbon holder In front ot operator. A place for everything- Letter heads, envelopes, bill heads, carbon, second sheetB, etc. Wo supply everything tpr the office. EVERALL aad FRANKS Office Outfitters SInnot Block Cor. 4th Aye. ASth St. 8. \m FRONI Rome, August 27.-Enemy positions west of Aaiago have been raided by Britiah troops, who in hand-to-hand struggles, overcame the garrisons in the enemy posts. The British took 270 prisoners, according to an official statement issued by the war office today. REBELS IN CHINA  ARE SUCCESSFUL Pekin, Aug. 22.-(Associated Press.)-Rebel forces have gained successes against the government troops near Amoy, according to reports reaching Pekin today from South ChKia. .The government troops in the province of Fukien, consequently are said to be placed In a dangerous position. General Chang Chun Yao has informed the Pekin government that the rebels also are active in Hunan province, farther west and that the situation is causing anxiety. A Real Conservation Loaf is Quaker Bread QUAKER BREAD 13 A BETTER EATING LOAF 24 HOURS OLD THAN IT 18 FRESH. THE USE OF SUBSTITUTES KEEPS THE LOAF MOIST AND GIVES IT A SWEET, NUTTY FLAVOR THAT^NEED ONLY BE TASTED TO BE APPRECIATED, THERE IS NEVER ANY HARD CRUSTS LEFT OVER WHER^ QUAKER BREAD IS SERVED. Se^ THAT THE DRIVER LEAVES YOU ENOUGH BUT NO MORE. John Gilmore, Limited, Baken CANADA FOOO'^BOARO LICENSE NUMBER S-S79 THE RED CROSS DRUG & BOOK CO., LTD. Sueeettora to Jackson A. Co. Talephones SS9 and 1212 Sherlock Building Trailing A very|cfelightful vanishing cream. Try it before your next motor trip. Leaves \ the skin soft and velvety. In 50c Jars -LiaMod - AI!Mrta*� Plantar OraigtaliP Whalaaala aittf RaUII ehMniiMb Phones 1S15 and 322 WHEN YOU THINK OF CLEANING, PRESSING OR REPAIRING THINK OF "D" THE TAILOR Telephone 1666 410 FIFTH STRkET Hay & Feed F.O.HYDE& CO. Cor. 2nd Are. and. 12th St. A. PHONE 1244 LETHBRIDQE ARLOW'S EAT ARKET . Pli�ic-79t 1110 ariih AV.WU. -, HAY for SALE We are quotio* very attractive prices deliver^ at your station for carload lot*-of TIMOTHY,-,:�v> TIMOTHY AND CLOVER, ALFALFA, PRAIRIE HAV, |ETC. Get our prfeea for pi'oiupt or. (uluro delivery, ij^'v't*^ ' Kenneth Rw ^pson Co. LethbrldMk' Alia., or . CaU^, Alta. ai7,ft CITY AND DISTRICT Golf Meeting. A eeneral meeting of the golf club will 'be held in the Y.M.C.A. on Wednesday evening at S:00 to discuss tho club house proposition. Grtat War Veterans Association. AH members who wish to attend the outing to Cardston will please see that tU�ir names are handed .to''e socretavy before Friday noou. Phono 372. Joins Up With Forces. Jlr. Charles L. McKelvy left on Saturday for Camp Lewis, Wash., where he will go in training with the Ainierl-can forces there. During his absence Jlrs. McKelvy will remain with heV mother, Mrs. John Sharman, 9th .St. S. TRUNKS VALISES This is a new depadment with us and judging by the business we are dbing, we must have what our customiers consider good values. Inspect our stock, compare our prices. A few marked samples are now-on our window-i wore Inside. Consumers Hardware and Supply Company ! i! � \ I i i  principal at ouce.'as iinitc a number Ot requests for such students have come in. Tho principal will be in his office at the High school on Friday, Aug.,30, from four to six, and in the evening from 7:no to consult with tliose who- wish InCormation regarding the course ot study. Death of Infant. The death occurred In the city today ot little William Boioski, aged two months, ot Hardieville. The body will be ^aid to rest in St. Augustin's cemetery tomorrow. T. S. Fetterly is in charge of the funeral arrangements. Exemption Appeals. Disallowed: A. Cantaruto, BeHevue;, p. Bragro, Bellevue; S. Wenaev, Sov-en Persons; H. A. Hudson, Oa!\lston; J. Splllaus. Orion. Allowed till Nov. 1: R. C. Bowden, Purple SpricKs; U. Waddell, Bow Island; H. .\ailj, Coal-dale; C. L. Fehrenbach, Baruwell; C. E. Johnson, Winnitred. A Correction. In a recent Issue of the Cal.rarv Canadian, in an article with reference to the recent trouble betwoo-.i tlio vet-efan.5 a-; f. local alien enemy, i; was staLsd tliat the local immigration i>;,fi-cor opcaiiO. his files of coi .-cspiilence 10 the T^eterans for inspe.;ti9:i. IMv. Pvimiipe. asks the Herald to cnrrt-it t'lis. Biating- that he was, no', ii; 'hij h:it;;l ot showing his corre^pjadecre to -.he public. Car Stolen and Damaged. R. R. Davidson returned last evening from a trip to the mountains. He drove down to his office in his car. Leaving tho car standing in front of the office he crossed the street. Coming-back in about five minutes the car was gone. This morning Detective Wigg ot the A.P.P. found the machine on the side of the road south-oast ot the city. The wind-shield was broken, the front axle was bent, the gear shift jammed and things in a general state ot wreck. The perpetrators have not been found. The case Is in the bands of the city police. High School Opening. The High school will open for th� tall term on Tuesday, Sept. 3rd. AU those students who intend to take In the H.S. course are urged to'be present the first day to obtain a copy ot the time table and the list of books. The principal would like to receive a list of names ot parties who are wllliug to board students for the year. Also those who wlsl> to work for their board while attending school are requested to send In their names to the Mrs. Faultley Receives Sad News of Husband's Death -Other CasuaUies Mrs. Clara Fautiey, toOG 5th Ave.. A. N.. this morning received the sad news that her husband, who was wounded severely in the back on Aug. 5f, when the Canadians commenced their big drive, had died of wounds. Pte. Jno. Jas. Fautiey enlisted in 1916 with the Lolhbrldgc Highlanders. Prior to enlisting hu was working at his trade as a plasterer. He is survived by a. widow and two young children. His parents reside at Raymond. Pte. Hamilton Linuing, son of Wni." Linning, North JjCthbridge, Is another casualty reports today. Pte. Linning was wounded In the right hand on August 16. A brother who has been to the front and wounded returned home recently. . The following casualties appear on^today'a list: WOUNDED. Sergt. R. King, Lethbridge. R. A. Porter, Bow Island. Pte. Henry Chalmers, enlisted Lethbridge, next of kin Buckingham, Col. Pte. Harry Bright, enlisted Lethbridge, next of kin Wales. Pte. Alex McKende, Lethbridge, next of kin Scotland. Pte: Allan Chafei', Lethbridge, next of kin Maldon, Mass. L.-Corp, Edmund Keenan, Lethbridge, next of kin Seattle. WALTliEW MEETS WISHES OF Archangel, Tuesday, Aug. 20.-(Associated Press.)-Nicholas ^schaikov. sky, presidoilt of the provisional government made tills statement confcteru-Ing the recent announcement of America's policy toward Russia: , "America's policy exactly meets our wishes. We want to brhig about a new Russian front and reorganize the country ourselves. Wo want tho allies to form a streaui ot trpops, behind which we can work oMt our salvation." He added that he would issue ai| order mobilizing a new national army and restoring compulsory military service. RECOGNIZE NEUTRALITY DFTHEUKRl Amslormad, Aug. 27.-A disjiatch from Kiev to the Rhenish Gazette ot Fsscn, quoted the Russian newspaper Robltnuosa Gazette, as saying the Ukrainian consul genera! at Omsk, Siberia, has announced thai mobilization In Siberia does not affecl. Ulcralnians, owing,to tho neutrality o( the Ukraine. American, Swedish and Danish representatives, tho dispatch adds, thereupon recognized IheV Ukraine's noutrallty. The French and ' British representatives abstained from giving their recognition. Washington, Aug. 27.-Walter Hine Page, of Oardiin City, N.Y, ambassador to Great Britain from the United Statea, .'aince April, 1913, because of Ill-health, has submitted hie resignation to President Wilson, who has accepted it. R. Coultry Phonie 492 Tha Albarta Maat Markat Canada Food Board LIcensa Number 8-28693. THE BEST ON THE MARKET FOR SAtE ONWr AT GEO. Kiii CO.'S Tlissc tomatoes are grown out of doors, six miles from Lethbridge. They have a flavor that excaia any trfknato an the market. They ara uniform in 8iis,i'parractlyameotttand>.-free from spots. You will not hava any other tomaiaat, for your table or canning if yqu once try theae. 39 ;