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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 27, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta TUESDAY, AUGUST THE LETHBHIDOE DAILY PAGE FFVK Canadians Take Whole Hindenburg Line In One Sector; Captured Alsatians Cheer Them Onward London. Aug. -August 21 and August says au official statement Issued todnj- by tlie British admiralty, "the Brillsh'afr (orcos wilU bombarded tho Bruges doct, Ihe Bnigea.and Kotibrugge mole, tho XeobruERO canal, the Ostend docks, St. Pierre, the St. Holvray works.-tUu lowii ot JItddlelterks and Jlirlalter. .We also drorflcd bombarded dromes at Cos lacker, Ghiatelles, Mara, jrakerke and YUshgcm. "About bombs were drop- ped. Five hostile machines '.vero des- troyed; an'd live others'were ITrougtit down out of control. Four of qur air- >'planea arc missing." (By J, P. B. Uvesay, CuudEau Press Correspondent) The Canadian Aug Combined and Scoltlab forces at three o'clock this morning' attacked the on and south of tha Scarpe River over a front of about QVe rnDes lo the vicinity of The attatX- was preceded au intense bombardment ot tho main and support I in eg, and by a- barrage that lifted with mathematical precision as the nfahlry advanced. 'It was pushed 1th great vigor until all the objcc- ives had been reached, Capture Old Practically the i of the Ilia lenburg lino in this secior is noir our hands. A small number of tanks sslsted iu the advance, doing eicel- eat work Iu clearing1 avenues through matted wife. Most b( them trundled Lemon Juice For Freckles ?irlEl Make beauty lotion at home for a few cents. Try iti IJut esivcclclly it was a battle ot artillery, and Infantry. Jreat support- was lent by heavy bat erlea of, the Imperial farces, ivbnse cell (Hrcctcd fire kept cloivn that of fnemy batteries. and ought out aiid destroyed duuip niter lump of ihe enemy's ammunition. The Canadians and Highlanders partici- pating in the battle were set by_ no neans an easy -After over a ortntglit of perfect weather conditions icavy fain fell last evening and con- tinued off and on through the night and forenoon. The therefore, Squeeze the jnico bt two lemons into k-bottle containing three ounces of .orchard while, yoi "'hive a quarter pint of-the heat frcchle tan lolloc and complexion beauti lier, at very-small cost. Your grocer has the lemons tnd an> VlruB store or toilet counter will supply ,three ounces of 'nrhilo for a '.fevf cents. Massage this sweetly frag loUon info'the face ,neck, arms hands each day and see how freck and blemishes disappear and how 'clean, soft and white the'skin becomes 'It is Any Com W'll Dry Up and Lift Out, a Cincinnati v Authority. Let folks, your here- after; wear shbea a size smaller if. you'JIke, for will never again send of pain through lo.tbfs authority, says tli'at a few drops of a drag "called freezone, applted di- rectly 'upon a lender aching corn, instantly relieves soreness, and soon the. entire and all, lifts out without patn. This drug is sticky ibut dries at once and Is-aaid to simply shrivel up the.cprn without inftaming or oven A the surrounding It is claimed Ibal.a. quarter ol ah. ounce obtained at any drug store wlH cost very JHtle but is aiii lonU to remove every bard or soft corn or callus from one's feet. Cut this, out, Especially it you are a woman reader .who wears 'if by 10 .o'clock, their being heavy anJ tlie" red'clay oiCtiic .ranches and soiVleu. 'J'hC3e conditions agsravated by poor visibility.' At three o'clock Urn clou lied'skies largely offset the ad- vantage ot goo'd nlopiiliglu. The troops often had to grope" their.-way'in the dark amid rusted, wire and foundered trenches, but the 1 infantry engaged not to, be denied. Poor Resistance In some cases the enemy's defense tvas not serious until a penetration of aLoiit a thousand yards had been made, but fu others ft: was stiff fight- Ing all the waS'. Captured enemy or- ders indicated thai the HShdenburg line was lo be held cb'sU. Merer- theless the enemy realslance as''-a whole lacked determinalioM: The for- ward posts were lightly held.anfl tUere was not .that masaing or nien on the Hljideuburg line Itself that Its strat- egic Importance, warranted, .At an early stage :Iie Scottish troops effected tho ,'entrance of these tren- ches ot the 1 linden burg line on their sector and tvro.lioiira.arid ten minutes alter zero, the whole pi It was In onr habdsJi This. 'iw explained In some slight degree by th'i seycral hundred Al- satians among our One of these, wlio Byoke. perfect Franch, ex- plained that he was', after, all, cqnteat to be a "We figlit and1 give he said. iVe expect to do the best we can for our country. Now for me it is over, I have a sister in Paris. 1 shall be glad to sec'Germany lealen arid knows iL' She is short ol ammnnltioh aiid has used uji oil her men'. Look a't tlicao rosy-cheeked hoys of seventeen and sixteen. Arc these fit to he soldiers, Go To Berlin, Says Hurt Officer. 'Go it, you a captured officer cried. 'Go right to Berlin. That's the only way YOU can end this bloody war." It is u star iv. desolate battleneld. The hamltor the Jlun liaugs over it. It alt a, Haste. A Brilliant Move The village of and y btst pan of Ihe whole Hue. was taken today by" a brilliantly conceived and executed ttirnfnc increment oo the part of a Western battalion. The barrage Is obliterating and uot one stone elands upou another. Beau- ralgnes Is a little belter. For a ihoua nd yards in (rout of this village were our forward batteries, batteries brought up during the night and there were nol more tlian Unit distance frpni the enemy's. Hue when tbey opened fire. Only a shallow valley Jay be- tween the opposing valley. A prin- cipal objective was Ihc of Mpnchy-Le-Preiixx, dominating th( surrounding terrain, aud a lar to any eastward advance. Til's was taken early hi the forenoon by successful turning movemciil aud I with a minimuu) of loss. It opened] 'si to our eastward advance. The bat lie is still iti progress add doubtless liie esicmy Is assembling liis lii a despcrato effort to stem the tide. TJic jjrcseul penetration is about COOO yaVda and thus hold the Sea B the outskirts of Pel- ves, some hundreds of yards east ot Mon-Sur-Cojeul. The number of prisoners may. bo MOF mm WED. THURS. GROCERY SPECIAL WE DELIVER THE GOODS AT UNDERNOTED PRICES Perfect Seal Fruit pf Lowney's Pure Cocoa. 1 Ib. tins Nabob Coffee, very finest blend. 1 Ib. tins.................i..... CatelUrs Macaroni. 2 packets Lilac Rose 2 -l.OU ,46c .50c 23c 20c Royal Crown Laundry Soap. ID bars Shclkd Walnuts, very best. Per Ib........'......................... Reindeer Condemned Milk. Per tin................................. 4 Ib. pails Wagstaffes Raspberry Jam. Per tin................................ Finest Local (Ha{ House) Ripe Tomatoei. Per Ib.................................. 54c 90c 20c 88c 19c CANADA fOOO BOARD LICENSE NUMBERS, S-29SOJ, 6-251. Every Hour Ottawa, Aug. following cable dealing, with the operations on Ihe .western front was received by director, of public information from the Hrlllsh ministry of information: "Some people tiiako i us id tons com- parisons of Ihc extent of the Gorman offensive on March with that of the Anglo-French, a Hack on tJie .Sotuiae front on August S. This shows a ser- ious -misunderstanding. the (ler-; mans were able to advance more iUaa thirty miles In a week was because' they "Ji'aU overwhelming numbers, amounting to three to one with the largest reserves avdiJaSjJu to continue the 'advance alter the initial assault hail broken our JtaeS. "Our attack ou August S was on a much smaller scale and tlic allied superiority on the autual front was not nearly equal to that oi iha Germans oh March 21, -while the available re- serves were much superior to those which the enemy could have resisted there. Notwithstanding this cltsadvanl- estimated toxdatc and au uu- ages llie allies on August S advanced ascertained number of guns. >tuch of Hie success is again due to brilliant staff ivorfc whereby the pres- ence of Canadians was entirely .con- cealed from the enemy. nearly half the distance of the Ger- mans on March 21. on frontage much (ban that of (tic Germans' attack, 'and accomplished It in spite of strong German reserves and with fewer cas- r- Plec surprise. A smglo d (hc y JilVerc exceedingly heavy. Little to Learn have now little to lean., there- lore, in tactical methods from the vicinity, but this regarded camouflage to cover a movement else- where To this.notable success the Htgli-1 enemy and he was again landers' contributed Thai surprised, both by (he attack "of the Hun SHOived. his spleen by heavily Tenth French anuy between the tfise bombarding what Is left of Arras wiUi and the Aisne. -and the Third British his Ions range guns. York Aug. Tl General Alfred investigating German jiro'p; igaiida, 'J today" auce -of an' Jnviirition to appear in gtonr1' SeplcmliVf '4; 'to iefore a, sub-committee 'of ciarj' commilleo of IhC'Senalc on I) HI admission of foreign' ANCHOR-DONALDSON LINE POPULAR SERVICE Canada to Glasgow For full Agents or Company's. Office, :270 Main St. Winnipeg Borrow to Buy Cattle "Mixed Fanning" is the Ing money- waVer today. coursfe, grain and fruit and vegetables pay beef and bacon, butter and cheese, are piling up the profits for the farmer. Milk more cows-fatten more cattle- raise more hogs. If you need money to uo it, to The Merchants We are glad to assist all up-to-date farmers. AttRCHANTS BANK Head Office: Montreal. OF BRIDGE MONARCH BRANCH, .riOBUBPORD BRANCH, CANADA Eslabliihed 1884 R. J. DINNING, V. A. EBERLY, Mmltr. M. A. KILPATRICK, Aetm The ideal time to' plaut nursery stock In Oils climate is In the early spring, just as soon as the frost is out of the ground1 sufficient to dig llic pli-hta and before new growth appears, Unfortunately the spring planting eason Es exceedingly slnr.t so fru luently stock Is shipped when growth s too far advanced aud should iveather conditions be unfavorable at of arrival, that !s hot and bright, he plants, are very likely lo.dte. or 41 best make little progress darli first year. Quite realizing his. are beginning to purchase nur- sery stock Tor fall delivery, then heel- ug it in and allowing it to remain In hat cotidlttoii until spring when it -an llica be planted In-Us permanent losition when weather and soil i jons are most favorable. Another advantage ot -fall delivery o the farmer is that lie is often in .own at .that timo shipping grain'or other produce aud therefore it does rot necei'Silato an extra trip to town as it frequently does In 'the." spring during seeding. Then again as the plants are that time there is not tho same danger o! damage if not callcfl for a fev days'arrival as there is in tlie spring' when growth lias started. have often Warned purchasers of nursery stock' against importing stock from Eastern Canada.. British Columbia arid the" United Slats? Stock grown in these localities is not nearly as hardy and although it fre- quently a good showing the first summer, HUle of if- as a rule whhstanfis the winter. Get you? stock then from the most northerly nurseries ano If the stock is grown at a high so much the better us that undoubtedly helps e such a growth that they come to ilossom the first year. Large fiercer sesds like sweet peas and nasturtiums jlanted singly itt egg-shells or small ?nes' raised In egg-sbeHs or smali ones raised iu plants and transplanted to the shells In the seeding stage, gfjt a long, handicap before it la warm enough for ihe egg shell to be deli- cately cracked and set out in den. NEWS NOTES. British Columbia potatoes of Jhis season's crop are being' to United States caiups iit Washington U is said.'thai the po- tato crop In that state is a failure this year. British Columbia shipments so tar this year have been double what they were last year at this time. Lieut. Herbert McKenzte Ross, EOH of W. n. Ross, .M.jj.A., rorraer ister of lands' in British Columbia. lias been awarded the {Military Cross. Lieut. ROES'has said nothing about wionlDg the decoration to his lives and the" only news was the press which reads: "Successfully surrounded a farm and killed or captured the entire harden One "ot the saddeU. things In- the experience of ihe, West, from lite nursery standpoint, is discouragements that' navi. "resulted from unscrupulous or inexperienced nursery firius and salesmen loadlcgjip some of our most progressive fanners and townspeople all kinds of fiood-looking plants, shrubs and flow- ers, that had no chance at all of suc- ceeding for the simple reason that they were not ace lima I, teed" lo our rig- orous climate. Get Iho hardy homo grown stuff from the reliable local nurseries and save much AT THE EJIPRESS Tlie story bl ,A-Modera the Marine feature which has created quite a seQEaUon its hearty and general interest, was written .by. Richard TVHItE, one of the partners of Trell firm" of Los Angeles f and Insli-: This fs tlie tlrctJime that Mr. Wil- ls.lias written a phottiplar in many noons althougb-he "was at one time esponsibla for many well known mo- ion pictures. la "A ModemXorelei1' he has, writ- en a story replete with Kearf1 interest anil many aranmlic-situatibns as well n-llll an. 'eye to the legendary of the theme.'thor spent many .days on the. beautiful Santa. Barbara Islands aad .irlth Gen- era! -Hanagor Mr. PJiilip director cf the feature, Henry and that fio Eta> on i- rujgcd and romantic iblanfls a.-: IciFlraiion'.ofitnif.' He is i'e igbteri -.nth llic manner In whico'liis has ap.o'nr.liUe. i. ECir.tu authors has not a ki'k happened fri, Italy, out II is In- "a salacious bit of German pleading.' (cresting W note (hat the Austrian This nrlicle. It was explained by llio losses on the British front from Junrv government authority, "falsified