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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 27, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta AUGUST THE OALY HERALP PAGE FfVfc Canadians Take Whole Hindenburg Line In One Sector Captured Alsatians Cheer Them Onward August 21 and August says an official statement issued today by the British the Britishair forces with the nary bombarded the Bruges docK the Zeebrugge the Beebrugge the Ostend the Holway the town of Middlekerke and We also dropped bombarded German air dromes at Mara Irakerke and About 27 tons of bombs were drop Five hostile machines were des troyed and five others were TJrought down out of Four of our air planes are Lemon Juice For Freckles Slrlsl Make beauty lotion at home for a few Try It I Squeeze the juice of two lemons into jft bottle containing three ounces of shake and you hare a quarter pint ofthe best freckle and tan lotion and complexion beauti f at very small Your grocer has the lemons and any drug store or toilet counter will supply three ounces of orchard white for a few Massage this sweetly frag lotion into the face arms and hands each day and see how freck les and blemishes disappear and how soft and white the skin becomes Yes It is THIS WLL Any Corn Will Dry Up and Lift Says a Cincinnati Let folks on your feet here after wear shoes a size smaller if for corns will never again send electric sparks ot pain through according to this He says that a few drops of a drug called applied di rectly upon a tender aching instantly relieves and soon the entire root and lifts out without This drug is sticky ibut dries at once and la said to simply shrive up the corn without inflaming or even irritating the surrounding tissue It is claimed that a quarter of ah ounce obtained at any drug store will cost very little but is suffic ientto remove every hard or soft corn or callus from ones Cut this especially it you are a woman reader wears high By Canadian Press Correspondent With The Canadian Aug Canadian and Scottish forces at three oclock this morning attacked the enemy on and south of the Scarpc River over a front of about fiVe miles to the vicinity of Tho attack was preceded by an intense bombardment of tho enemys main and support and accompanied by a barrage lifted with mathematical precision as the infantry was pushed with great vigor until all the objec tives had been Capture Old Time Practically the whold of tho Hin den burg line in this sector is now In our A smalt number of tanks assisted In the doing excel lent work in clearing avenues through matted Most of them trundled home by 10 their task being But especially It was a battle of artillery and Great support was lent by heavy bat teries of the Imperial whose well directed flre kept down that of enemy and successfully sought out and destroyed dump alter dump of the enemys The Canadians and Highlanders partici pating in the battle were set by no means an easy After over a fortnight of perfect weather conditions heavy rain fell last evening and con tinued off and on through the night and The was heavy and the red clay ofthe trenches sticky and sodden These conditions were aggravated by poor At three oclock clouded skies largely offst the ad vantage of good The troops often had to grope their way in the dark amid rusted wire and foundered but the infantry engaged was not to be Poor Resistance In some cases the enemys defense was not serious until a penetration about a thousand yards had been but in others it was stiff fight ing all the Captured enemy or ders indicated that the Hindenburg linn was to be held all costs Never theless the enemy resistance as a whole lacked The for ward posts were lightly held and there was not massing of men on the Hindenburg line itself that its strat egic importance At an early stage be Scottish troops effected the entrance of these ches of the Hindenburg line on their sector and two hours and ten minutes after the whole of It was in our This lack ofmorale may be explained in some blight degree by thJ several hundred Al satians among our One of who spoke perfect ex plained that lie after content to be a We fight and give he We expect to do tlie best we can for our Now for me it is I have a sister in I shall be glad to see Germany beaten and knows She is short of ammunition and has used up all her Look at these rosycheeked boys of seventeen and Are these flt to be Go To Says Hun Go you a captured officer Go right to Thats tho only way can end this bloody It Is a desolate The the Hun hangs over It is all a A Brilliant Move The village of and the best pan of the whole was taken today byu brilliantly conceived and executed turning movomont on the part of a Western The barrage Is obliterating and not one stone stands upon Beau ratgnes Is a little For a thous and yards In front of this village were our forward batteries brought up during the night and there were not more than that distance from the enemys line when they opened Only a shallow valley lay be tween the opposing A prin cipal objective was the high of dominating the surrounding and a bar to any eastward Ths stronghold was taken early In the forenoon by a successful turning movement and with a minimum of opened life door to our eastward The battle ia still In progress and doubtless the enemy is assembling his reserves In u desperate effort to stem the The present penetration is about GOOO yards and we thus hold the Scarpe Hiver to the outskirts of Pel some hundreds of yards east ot The number of BRITISH BUREAU lEltOF OPERATIONS F prisoners may be following cable dealing the operations on the front was received by the director of public Information from the British ministry r Information Some people make insidious com parisons of the nxteiii of the German offensive on March with that of the AngloFrench attack on the Somme front on August This shows a ser ious Why the Ger mans were able to advance more than thirty miles In n week was because they had overwhelming amounting to throe one with the largest reserves available to continue the advance after lie initial assault had broken our Our attack on August S was on a much smaller scale and the allied superiority on the actual front was not nearly equal to hat or the Germans on March while the available re serves were much superior to those which the enemy could have resisted Notwithstanding this dlsadvant estimated at 2000 to date and an un ages the allies on August S advanced ascertained number of nearly half the distance of the Ger Much of the success is again due to brilliant staff work whereby the pres ence of Canadians was entirely con cealed from the Prisoners admit that it was a com plete A single Canadian unit was known to operating in the bat this was regarded as a camouflage to cover a movement else where mans on March on a frontage much less than that of the Germans and accomplished it in spite of strong German reserves and with fewer cas nalties In the whole than the number of German prisoners tak whereas the German casualties on March 21 were exceedingly Little to Learn We have now little to there in tactical methods from the To this notable success the High1 enemy and he was again completely landers contributed Tha Hun showed his spleen by heavily bombarding what is left of Arvas with his long range ANCHORDONALDSON LINE POPULAR SERVICE Canada to Glasgow For full Information apply to Agents or Companys 270 Main 8t Borrow to Buy Cattle Mixed Fanning is the big money maker Of grain and fruit and vegetables pay beef and butter and are piling up the profits for the Milk more more cattle raise more If you need money to do come to The Merchants We are glad to assist all uptodate M6RCMANT5 BANK Head Office OP CANADA Established LE1HBRIDGE MONARCH NOBLEFORD Aetiof Acting THE CANADIAN BANK OF COMMERCE SK EDMUND H An i Muutcr SIR JOHN Supi of Ctnml Wuttm CAMTAI PAID T RESERVE BANKING BY MAIL This Bank will open a account in your and your deposits and can be made en tirely by Interest U allowed at the current Write lor iosw Lethbridge Manager Milk Branch Manaser GROCERY SPECIAL WE DELIVER THE GOODS AT UNDERNOTED PRICES Perfect Seal Fruit Quarts per dozen Lowneys Pure 1 tins Nabob very finest 1 Cdtellls 2 packets Lilac Rose 2 bara 46c 50c 23c 20c Royal Crown Laundry 10 bura Shelled very Per Reindeer Condensed Per 4 palls Wagstaffes Raspberry Per Finest Local Ho House Ripe Per S4c 90c 20c S8c 19c CANADA FOOD BOARD LICENSE Deliveries Ever Hour 31 WHOLE DIVISIONS BY BRITISH FIRE WHEN TO PLANT NURSERY New Attorney General Alfrnrl has been investigating German prop today announced his accep tance of an InvliriUon to appear in both by the attack of the Tenth French army between the Olse and the and the Third British army south of which speaks volumes for the present tactical meth ods and the efficiency of our staff work It is still too early to forecast what the advantage between the Aisne and the Olse will make in tile but it evidently seriously threatens the enemy positions north of the Aisne and if continued will outflank the entire enemy line at the be sides threatening the line west of the The total number of prisoners taken in three days more than North of the Somme the enemy continues to return gradually to the Serre Our troops have now advanced practically to the Albert Canadian Press Dispatch trom neuters Paris newspapers point that tho British position Is even butter than tliu communications make As an ex ample of this it mentions thnt DIP British never claim to have captured a placd until it has been French correspondents with Gener al Byngs army describe an epic fight nlglH when there was great clash between the Germans and the with bayonets and hand grenades in tho light of some flaming tanks whose petrol was burn ing as result or shell Spurts of flames 90 feet high lit up hundreds of despite torrential poured a deadly machine gun fire into the while thousands of men engaged in a deadly and bloody Divisions were positively annihilat The ground was strewn with thous ands upon thousands of One paper says It was gigantic ending finally in the utter de teat of the September Arras preatens before a fit the judi ciary committee of the senate on a bill to restrict the admission of foreign language papers to the Becker in requesting that the hearing be said that lie had takey some hundreds of pages of testimony to Hungarian Slovak papers and that some matters of the most illuminating character must be kept confidential for present ow ing to the pending criminal litigation and for other PRICE RYEtMOT FIXED Is absolutely no truth In the state ment appearing In the press that the price of rye had been fixed by this board at a bushel basis for says secretary of the board of grain supervisors for Canada to right flank of the enemy line on the Ancre and the important Thiepval Ridge which is ofgreat The recently shown desire of the enemy to withdraw from salients to strengthen the front may forebode a more extended as last to the Hindenburg Though there is no evidence of the heavy German losses and their present short age of man power make such a retire ment New order to make it appear that England was res ponsible for the submarine warfare on American Edward Rum not only tried to put out German propaganda through George the New York Evening Mail correspond ent in but endeavored to distribute to the committee on public information an article by Von Schulz member of tho designed to affect growing feeling against according to a statement made by Deputy At torney General Becker Rum ley submitted to George chalr maa of the committee ou public in formation a proof of this It was turned over to an investigateand sent back to characterized as The local time to plant nursery stock In this climate is in the early just as soon the frost is out of the ground sufficient to dig plants and before new growth Unfortunately tho spring planting season is exceedingly short so fre quently stock is shipped When growth is too far advanced and should weather conditions be unfavorable at time of that is hot and the plants are very likely to or at best make little progress duringthe first Quite a realizing are beginning to purchase nur sery slock for fall then heel ing it in and allowing it to remain in that condition until spring when it can then be planted in its permanent position when weather and soil condi tions are roost Another advantage of fall delivery to the farmer is that he is often in town time shipping grain or other produce and therefore it does not necessitate an extra trip to town us it frequently does in the spring during Then again as the plants are dormant at that time there is not the same danger of damage if not called for a few days arrival as there is in the spriufi when growth has We have often warned purchasers of nursery stockagainst importing stock from Eastern British Columbia and the United Stock grown in these localities is not j nearly as hardy and although it fre I quently makes a good showing the first little of It as a rule withstands the Get your stock then from the most northerly nurseries and if the stock is grown at a high altitude so much the better as that undoubtedly helps harden One of the things In the experience of the from the nursery is the numerous discouragements that have resulted from unscrupulous or inexperienced make such a growth that they come to blossom the first Large flower seeds like sweet peas and nasturtiums planted singly in eggshells or smalf ones raised In eggshells or small onea raised in plants and transplanted to the flheJIs in the seeding gut a long handicap before it is warm enough for the egg shell to be deli cately cracked and net out in Uia NEWS British Columbia potatoes of this seasons crop are being shipped to TTnited States cauips in It is said that the po tato crop in that state is a failure this British Columbia shipment so far this year have been double what they were last year at this Herbert McKenzie son of former min ister of lands in British has been awarded the Military Ross has said nothing about winning the decoration to bis rela tives and the only news was the press which reads Successfully surrounded a farm and killed or captured the entire garrt Nothing of outstanding Importance in but it is spacious bit of German tevesting to note that the Austrian This it explained by the losses on he British front from Junn1 government falsified dates 15 to August are estimated at where Ihu British casualties were in order to make the submarine war on commerce a conseqlrence of thoi British nursery firms and salesmen loadlngjjp some of our most progressive farmers and townspeople with all kinds of goodloolting shrubs and flow that had no chance at all of suc ceeding for the simple reason that they were not acclimatized to our rig orous Get tho hardy home grown stuff from the reliable local AT THE EMPRESS The story of A Modern the Marine feature which has created quite a sensation by its hearty and general was by Richard one of the partners of the well known firm ot Los Angeles of Willis and This is the first time that Us has written a photoplay in many moons although he was at one time responsible for many well known mo tion hi A Modern Lorelei he has writ ten a story replete with heart interest and many dramatic situations as well with an to the legendery beauties of the author spent many on the beautiful Santa Barbara Islands and with Gen eral Manager Philip Hvisdn and tho director of the Henry and ho saya that the stay on those rugged and romantic islands a of He is de lighted with tho manner in whton his baby has Bkid unlike authors has not a FAVOR STRIKE far as this city is concerned the sentiment of the Canadian Pacific telegraphers is dis tinctly of an immediate strike to compel the company to gcant the wage scale demanded by the mens strike Voting today on the question as to whether the matter would be submitted to the railway board or resulted overwhelm ingly for the Balloting on the same question is taking place today in other largo cities of the TENTATIVELY ADOPT a vote of 7 to the senate today tentatively accepted Senator Cummings amend ment to the man power bUl work ar fight providing the pro visions shall not apply in cases of labor strikes Where the strikers mil tholr grievances to the war labor board and return to work at once pending the boards Yoshihitp today summoned officials to the pai ace to hear their reports on the rice riots which now have virtually Unrest in minor districts where considerable damage hap been dono and a number of rioters The newspapers ot Osaka estimate that 162 policemen and four soldiers were Injured in the Osaka prefecture BOARDING HOUSES SHOULD GET LICENSE Auf than 55 of and closing up as penalties for infrac tions of food regulations are set forth In the Canadian food bulle just All eating houses and boarding are again warned to sseure sugar certifi as soon RICKED UP IN FOR THE BUSY MAN AT THf The civic council of has accepted the gift ot a cap tured in Trance by the 2nd battalion of the Duku of Wellingtons regiment in April lit Riezdu The Kitt was proffered by Paw of the who has been engaged in overseas work for the for nearly four years and who prior to that time was social and mem bership secretary of the Edmonton as has accepted an offer made him to return to that wort After a trip that started April and included a six hundred mile ride on Eldon Angli can has reached He left in 1913 for a point In the Arctic about 800 miles east and north of Herschel among what are known us the Blonde or Copper Pilot citizens have launched a movement to promote im migration from eastern Canada and the Vnited States to southern Mani They claim that that pun the country possesses advantage and attractions that hava been overlooked during the big rush westward in re cent Estate valued at of which is personal and is is to be disposed of by the will of the late Henry Alexander of who died on Feu ruary 4 The will has now been tiled in the surrogate court or pro The beneficaries include hospi tals and homes in the city and per aonal friends and servants ot the de wife of of Black of is to receive the major uart Uto revenue from nurseries and save yourself much waste of time and money besides ad ding beauty to your surroundings and encouraging your neighbors to do like It has rightly been said that the introduction of autos nmongst farmers has increased planting to a very con siderable extent through observation A good shelter belt around farm buildings has many pro1 Increased value of adding beauty to the home and therefore making for within that quite a variety qt small fruits can be grown successfully be sides the more tender ol flowers and shrubs and iiave many advan particularly on the so we strongly advise our many readers to do more judicious A Winter It is a pity more psople do not know how easy it is to a windowful of blooming nasturtiums all through the cold mouths Take clippings from the vines before the frost cuts them down or even after hunt about for pro tected shoots that are not set them n glass Jars with bits of char coal in the water to Keop It and watch them pending out white thread lets or roots and presently a profusion of guy Both nasturtiums and sweet peas can be raised from seed in the house and if the soil is rich with liquid fer will bloom Sweetpeas planted indoors the middle of March should be tall enough to bloom in a few Crocus bulbs planted in a shallow pot about the first of Decem ber will bloom toward thefirst ol Bulbs one to u berry box early in the and set out the moment tho frost loaves the ground beat by a fortnight their relatives lett to go it alone in the cold Hojly hocks started in the depth of winter PPRESCT j J TONIGHT AJ I LAST TIME FRANCES BURNHAM AND TONY POWER IN A SIX ACT FEATURE A Modern Lorelie Also your favorite comsdlan Gale Henry and Hughle Mack In SAVED FROM A And Latest Current Bvtnta KEEN IN THE RULER OF THE ROAD HALL IN WHICH WOMAN TONIGHT Also Latest Screen Magazine THE EVER POPULAR 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