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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 27, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta RDISOH PHONOGRAPHS ASSINIBO1A MUSIC CO., LTD. "Everjthlnj Mujlcal" J15 6lh StrMt South Phorf. IMS LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD! GEORGE MORGAN HOUSE DECORATOR K4 11th MrMt at MUM- sfu m. If THIS WEEK SOME FIRST QUALITY BEEF, PORK, MUTTON, and VEAL DELANY'S Meat Co. Opposite DalltS Hotel Phone 452 Canada Food Board License School Supplies Your child will make faster progress In his siudies it you provide him with the necessary school supplies early. Our stock at present is complete In all teit boots and supplies. THE KENNY ALLIN CO., Ltd. Store NEXT ;OALLAS HOTEL PHONE 1417 'The Economical Housewife Knows where to make HerProduce OIIALITY GOODS AT LOWEST PRICES AND' OF SERVICE UUAUIIT uvuuo Y DAYS. WATCH OUR BUSINESS GROW Still a few Just arrived. Per baikel California Elberta. and. Craw- fords. Per .-Apples, Ysllow large bones. '-Per BEST CREAMERY BUTTER. i J 'v Per Ib. SOc THE GOOD eo. IIIMITED High-Clus Cash GTKWS CANADA FOOD BOARD LICENSE NUMBER i-m potnls as attacVi continued on the AisM front. General Manglns army advanced tbelr lines, more ihn.i 10W vard (rout to a depth of 1ZOO -yards last night. They have-strengthened their hold on the plateau and Uavo rerlstereti their position near Juvlsuy. The Germans made a counter atlacfc farther south, lust west of Chavlguy, hich they lost prisoners..- The sc- tlvily of the. artillery was resumed during lha evening along the bend ol the Olse, south ol Xoyon. Now Attacks of British Forces Making Progress Aug. new attack along the Scarpe-R.vef is making. progreu at many, points, notably between the railroad from Arras to Douaie and the Arras-Cambrai highway, according to dispatches to newspapers here. Everywhere Retreat With the BrMlsh Army in France; Aug1. German retirement is Continuing along. many; parts of the foatUefronf tonight. The British are overwhelming the enemy's rear guards in- heavy Reports Indicate that at-least one counter attack ha? been broken np by the British artillery concentrating its fire on massed enemy troops. 30 Divisions Engaged. (Associated With the" British- Army in France, Monday, Aug of near ly thirty many of ivhich have been badly hit and crip- pled, are striving to hold off the Bn ti n There are signs ot even great er confusion benind the German lines Companies of Yarious regiments been thrown In almost any place, strength of a number of these com 'panles has been whittled down until nardly contain tnrentr-fire.men, according to prisoners who bave'uasa cd through the'collecting cages to- day j, German Statement Berlin, via London, Aug-. supplementary official statement from n the main have failed. At.some places arc still in progress -tongueval and Auban. tempor- arily lost, have been recaptured, 'Between the Somme and the Olse apart from local engagements north of the the da% has heen quieter Parlial-'.engagements occurred north of the A.sne. Is'.Slowing UP With the British Army, in France, THE WEATHER High Low Fwecait- -Falr.and cool. MARKETS Aug. extremely poor demand .today for all grains. Although were received. oais, oats dropped it'Sc over te October price. The cash barle> market.Tras abco utelj Tivithont demand and the pnce dropped another ftve cents, making he slump in three days fifteen cents. Offerings practically'rwere.n.L Oala 'closed lower 'for: October lower for December. Flax 'closed higher Tor Oclo- aer, SUr- hlgner for November and 2c ligber for December; WINNIPEG MARKETS Open ;German .general .erening reads: headquarters 'The British attachs have eitended to north at ihe Scarpe. "On, both sides of Bapaume and north of the Sojnme there hare been vigoroaa engagements hnem) attacks j7_The Briton gnes, light, no bids were evidence of- temporarily slowing up The'premiuai on at various places along tlie front, bm mtiervals of comparatively slow move- ments inust during the course of a battle such as this for ;he British-have now'engaged in hard and: continuous operations without a rest for a eek. Man% more and guns and another German commander have and been taken Thq officer fell Into the hands of tlie Urltlch In the figlUms around Eeugnalre, north of Eapaume number of machine guns taken from the German- in ihe pre- cent drh-c must run away tip into the thousands Stacks of these weapon- haTe captured, but it is probable that there will be no opportune for counting them in the immediate fu ture, French .Proflress. (Associated -French. ug 2t attack of the tencn armv against the German line of Chaulnes to LAUconrt malting progress all along the lire were launched !rbin Roye by tlie Germans during the but were repulsed. One com- panySrhich was advancing from Roye lo reinforce the line at.baucouri: was capturetl. YouVe Sore at the" Samtary Shop Sare'you're safe'and urgoc .WE8TBROOK BROS, Bank of Motitreal October December October November Dccc-raber Close S3 41" 400 PRICES: 104 'SS KODAK SUPPLIES FOR THOSE WHO FINISH THEIR OWN V i We lave a full stock ol Tar- ious Kodak sundries such as Chemicals; Dart Room Lamps, Amateur Printers, Trays, Printing Frames, Portrait. At- tachment, -.iCnlq'r Screens, Tri- Kodapod. Thermometers, etc. -in fact we have, practicall) thing the amateur "sill need _ THE RED CROSS DRUG BOOK CO., LTD. Suecetura to Jackson t Co. Ttlejhonei 55J and 12S Sherlock Building CITY AND DISTRICT Golf Mtctlng. ,A ceueral meeting of the golf club will held in the Y.M.C.A.'pn Wed- nebdiy evefitnp at jJififMo dtscusa the club house TRUNKS BAGS VALISES Tkisjs a'hew department with us and judging byv trie business we are doing, we must have what our customers conskfer good values. Inspect oiir stock, Grtat Wtf Veterans AisocUtTorl "All members who wish lo attend the outing to Card si on will please, see that are, handed secretary before Friday noon. Phono 31 2. 'compare our prices. A lew marked Miuplet are now-cra eihlbUIoa.ln our fciore jnsMe, L Consumers Hardware and Supply Company Joins Up With Jlr. Charles U Ml on Sat- urday for Camp Lewis, .AVash., where he. will go in training with the JAraerl lan forces there During his'ahsence "Mrs McKelvj remain with her mother, Mrs. John'Sharm'an, 5th St. S_ of Infant The death occnrred In the citr to ay of little AVIIilam Boloski, aged wo Hardleville. The body ill be laid to rest In St. Augustin's emetery tomorrow. T. S. -FeUerly is charge'of the 'funeral arrange- nientE. principal at oiiceV'as 'inite a. uumher requests students have1 come in. .Thp'.'principal .will be in his office school on Friday, from four to In the- 10'.to consult with Inforoiatidn re gordlog the course of stud> -French tro_ops subnrh on the ventered St. Gil outhwestern side at Roye ;at. five o'cloekj Reconnoltripj parties advanced to m.Ie- of Roye The> crossed' the- Roye-Chaillnes .railway line north of Roye. The fall of Iloye is now cobsidere.l The enem) i ghicg way at No 2 CV> No 3 105 No 4 CW, 100 PIsx- I Calgary Livestock Calgary i Augl on, ac- .oi.the weather dull and todajr..Hogs have v oakuittl hat, the top pi ice quoted be.ns an4 nr re ceipla ate recorded.- There ars a few cdttle'iD but mostly of the shocker class Top price of any beef offered remains at We Are AH Correspondents Now! We vrite our friends at the front and elsewhere, and get through quickly should see our stock ot theafe conveuiem TjlocJ.1! or paper the Jirot lime joa find j-ourseir out We hare a number of 1 special lines r-orlh attention Paper does not go wrong readily Provide against the rapid avarice m paper costs The Twentieth Century'Book Store 514 FOURTH AVENUE PHONE 61> FOR READING. AND-WRITING MATERIAL 'Reading maketh a (ulnnan, __________________Writing an exact man Trailing Arbutus Cream A van- ishing cream. n Try it before your next motor trip. N Leaves "ihe skin soft and velvety. In 59c Jars Mrs. Sad News of Hiusband's Death Casualties Exemption Appea'5. Disallowed: A. Caniariito, B'.lliivii9s D. Bragro, BelleTue; S.'.Wennei, Sov- en'Persons; H. A. Hudson, CarJs'.on, SIlIaiis, Orion- 'Alloirel till. Nov. R. C.-Bbwden, Purple SprinKs; 'H. )Viddell, tiow Island; H. .Vilfj, Coal- C. II Fehrehhach, Barawell; E.1 Johnson, Winnlfred. MEETS WiESi I! A .Correction. Tn a recent issue-nf.the Calfrar. Can- adian, an. article with reference to the recent (rouble. between tltCi.vet- erans local alien i was ted tlial the local immigralloa nfH r. opcuec! bis file's of coivcsni'i leucu STENOGRAPHERS WANTED To Calf and See the lyron Typewnter Cablntt Something new. .Carbon holder In front of operator A for letter heads, envelopes, bill car- bon, second she'ela, etc. We supply everylhfng for Uie office. EVERALL aid FRANKS Office Slnnet Block Cor. 4lh St. 3. Rome, Augurt poti- Atlago.j have, been raided by Britfth troops, who in hand-to-hand (he garriMns In enemy posts The British took 270 according to an official sutement lltued by today, REBELS IN CHINA ARE SUCCESSFUL Pekln, Aug forces- haye-.galn- id successes against nient troops near Amoy, ing to reports reaching Pekln to- day from South China. The oov eminent 'in province of Fukien, contequently to be placed in a dangerous tic-n General Chang Chun Vao has .Informed the Pekln govern- ment that thi rebels also are ac- tive In'Hunan province, farther wctt and that the ntuntion., Is causing anxiety. WHEN YOU THINK OF CLEANING; PRESSING OR REPAIRING "D" THINK OF THE TAILOR 1666 Teleplmc 410 FIFTH 8TRIET the, for Herald 'its. Elat'ng that he waSj jb t of noting his corre TO public "Mr. Car, Stolen and Parhaged. U. II. Daridson relurnedjast even- ng from a trip ,tp the mountains. He tore down" to his office in his car. car slanding-in 'front .of he ottfce'iie crossed'the street. Com- ng in about fne minutes the ar.iwaS-gone. Tills morning .Delcc- ive Wlgg ot the A.P.P: found; the ma chtue'on the-side of the-road south east of the clty._ The'wind-shleld waa keu, the front axle was: bent, tho gear shift jammed and things In a gen- eralstate ot wreck. The perpetrators mve'not been found. .The case-is in itiq hands of the city police. Mrs Clara Fautlei, 150G 5th A N this morting received the sad news thai her hushanil vas wounded EeyereU 'n Iho back on Aug S. "when' tie Canadians commenced their big drive, had died of uounds Pte Jnp, Jas. cnliilcd In 1916 wUH-the Lothbrldgc Highlanders Prior to enlisting ho was working at his trado as a plasterer He is sur vlveU by a, Uo jouns children His parents reside at Ha> niond Pte Hamilton Linmns son of Wm Uniting, NorthXethuridge, is another casualty reported todaj Pie Linnlng was wounded In the right hand on Anguit 15 -A brother who has been to the front and wounded returned home recently The ftllowing caauiltlM appear Itri WOUNDED Scrjt. R. King, Lcthondgc. R A Porter, Bow liland Pte Neflry Chalmera, enllited Lethbrldflej next of kin Bucking ham, Col Pte rufry Bruht, enlitted Leth bridge, next if kin Walts Pte. Alex McKthiie, Lethbridge, next of kin Stollend. Allan Chtje', Lethbndge, next of kin Maldon, Mau L Corp Edmund Keenan, Leth Seattle Arch As- sociated president ot the provisional EOV ernment made this statement concern ing the, ot Am: erica's policy toward Russia "America's policy exactly meets our wishes.. We want to bring" about a' new Russian front'and reorgaulzo Hie country ourselves. Wo wanl the al- lies to.form n stream of Irpbpa, hind which vva can work'oift our sal- vation. Ho ndrled Oiat lie ivould'issuc aii order mobilizing a new national arm? and restoring military service. AJHstermad, from Kiev lo Ihc Rhenish WcstphalmrJ Gazette Esacn. quoted newspaper Robltnuosa 'Gazette, as 1 saying. consul- jenenif at Omsk announced thai mobilization Siberia does Ukrainians, owtas to the ncntra.tly ol he Ukraine American, Swedish and Danish representatives, tho dispatch adds, thereupon tbej jkraines neutrality The French ano British representatives abstained from giving their recognition High School'Opening. The High school'will open for the fall term on Tuesday, Sept 3rd." All those students who Intend to take In the H.S.- course are -urged to --be pres- ent the first da.y a copy of the time table and tlio. list of books. The .principal would like to receive a-list of names of-parties Vh'o: ire wlliio'g to board students for the-yeir. Alsc- those to work tor their hoarri while attending school are re- quested to send In their names to the Aug Hme dardcn City, NY, ambatudor to Grcil BnUm from the United April, oflllhtilth, has resignation to Pro- nt Wilton, who hil accepted It R. Coultry Phone 492 Tlw Albert! M.rkrt Canada Food Board Number A Real Conservation Loaf is Quaker" Bread QUAKER BREAD 13 A BETTER EATIMO LOAF 24 THAN (T IS FReSH, THE USE OF KEEPS LOAF MOIST AND GIVES IT A SWEET, NUTTy FLAVOR. ONLY TASTED TO BE APPRECIATED, THERE 19 NEVER ANY HARD LSFT OVER WHERE QUAKER BREAD It SERVED. SEE THAT THE DRIVER LEAVES YOU ENOUGH BUT NO MORE. Hay Feed P.O. HYDE ft CO. -Cor. 2nd kid'12th St, A; PHONE 1244: LETHBKIDOE I John Gilmore, Limited, Bakers CANADA FOOD'BOARD LICENSE NUMER M ARLOW'S EAT ARKET FW7K Wt aiitk AVMHH t HAY for SALE We ire quotmc rery prices dellrerM your for carload-lota'of TIMOTHY, TIMOTHY AND CLOVES, ALFALFA, PRAIRIE PTC Oel our prteet fp or, fuluro r It SbauMi or CstTB, UU. 817t Ten-ill's Hpme-grown TOMATOES THE BEST ON THE MARKET FORSALE ONLYAT GEO. KERR CO.'S t T. zse tomatoes arc grown wit of Awrs, six miles from Lethbndge. Thty flavor thst tny They unlftrm In sttt, from spoil Yoa Mill not rnve sny for ywr or if you once try ;