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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 27, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta PIANOS tOISON PHONOGRAPHS ASIINIIOIA MUSIC I 111 Wh Phone 1545 THIS WEEK SOME FIRST QUALITY and VEAL DELAN YS Meat Oopoiite Dallas Hotel phone 452 Canada Food Board Licenie Number School Supplies Your child will make faster progress in his studies if you provide Mini with the necessary school supplies Our stock at present is complete in all text books and THE KENNY ALLIN NEXT DALLAS HOTEL Store PHONI 1417 Now Attacks of British Forces Making Progress new Britkii attack along the Scarpe River is making progress at many notably between the railroad from Arras to Douaie and the ArrasCambrai according to dispatches to newspapers Everywhere Retreat With the British Army in German retirement is continuing along many parts of the fcattlefront The British are I overwhelming the enemys rear guards in heavy Reports indicate that at least one counter attack has been broken up by the British artillery concentrating its fire on massed enemy 30 Divisions Associated With the British Army in of near ly thirty German many of which have been badly hit and crip are striving to hold oft the Bri There are signs of even great er confusion behind the German Companies of various regiments have thrown in almost any The strength of a number of these com panies has been whittled down until they hardly contain twentyfive according to prisoners who have pass ed through the collecting cages to German Statement via supplementary official statement from German general headquarters this evening reads The British attacks have extended to north of the both sides of Bapaume and north of the Somme there have been vigorous Enemy attacks Youre Sure at the Sanitary Shop Sure youre safe and of gooj WEflTBROOK Bank of Montreal in the main have At some places counter attacks are still in Longueval and Mont tempor arily have been Between the Somme and the Oise apart from local engagements north of the the day has been Partial engagements occurred north of the Is Slowing With the British Army in British advance gives evidence of temporarily slowing up at various places along the but intervals of comparatively slow move ments must expected during the course of a battle such as this for the British now engaged in hard and continuous operations without a rest for a Many more prisoners and guns and another German commander have been The officer fell into the hands of the British in the fighting around north of The total number of machine guns taken from the Germans in the pre sent drive must run away up into the Stacks of these weapons have been but it is probable that there will be no opportunity for counting them in the immediate fu French Associated With the French Army in attack of the first French army against the German line from of Chaulnes to Laucourt is making progress all along the Counter attacks were launched from Roye by the Germans during the but were One com pany which was advancing from Roye to reinforce the line at was French troops entered a suburl on the southwestern side at Roye at five Reconnoitring parties advanced to miles south of Theyalso crossed the RoyeChaulnes railway north of The fall of Roye is now The enemy is giving way at sev CKmCI MOUC AH HOUSIMCOMTOK M4 11th HhNrt SMI nsttSBls Oimi rt Knows QUALITY GOODS AT LQWEST POBiliUi ANtT OF SERVICE IBWHAT WATCH OURBUSINESS GROW Still few baskets of Juit O I VeiloW large A Per I Mr box California and Craw Per cale BEST CREAMERY CA Per POP OWC THE GOOD LIMITED HighClass Cash Groctrs CANADA FOOD BOARD uctNti NUMSIR sstt PktM 525 etal points as the fighting Txcal attacks continued on the Alsnc General Mangina army advanced their lines more than 1000 vartl front to a depth of 1200 yards lasrt They have stroiiRthenea their hold on the plateau and have registered their position near The Germans made a counter attack farther Just west of in which they lost The ac tivity of the artillery was resumed during the evening along the bend o the south of THE WEATHER Fair and High 86 44 MARKER was an extremely poor demand today for all Although the offerings were light no bids were being The premium on 2 oats oats dropped making it 5c over the October The cash barley abso lutely without demand and the price dropped another five making the slump in three days fifteen Offerings practically were Oats closed c lower for October and c lower for S Flax closed higher Tor Octo higher for November and 2c higher for WINNIPEG Open Close October 83 December Flax October 416i November December CASH 2 3 105 4 100 1 Calgary Livestock on ac fount ot the weather there is a dull and anabolic acrJet Hos have weakened the top price quoted tcday being and no re ceipts are There ar3 a few cattle but mostly ot the stocker Top price of any beef being offered remains at We Are All Correspondents Now We write our frienda at the front and and get through pads You should see our stock of these convenient blocks of paper the first time you find yourself We have a number of special lines welt Paper does not go wrong Provide against the rapid advance in paper The Twentieth Century Book Store 614 FOURTH AVENUE PHONE 611 FOR READING AND WRITING MATERIAL Reading maketh a fullman an exact STENOGRAPHERS WANTED To Call and 800 the Byron Typewriter Cabinet Something Carbon holder in front of A place for Letter bill car second We supply everything for the EVERALL aid FRANKS Office Outfitters Slnnot Block 4th 5th ITALIAN FRONT August posi tions west of Asiago have been raided by British who in handtohand overcame the garrisons in the enemy The British took 270 according to an official statement Issued by the office REBELS IN CHINA ARE SUCCESSFUL forces have gain ed successes against tho govern ment troops ntar accord ing to reports reaching Pokln to day from South gov ernment troops in tho province of consequently are said to be placed in a dangerous posi General Chang Chun Vao has informed tho Pokin govern ment that the robots also are ac tive In Hunan farther woat and that tho situation is causing A Real Conservation Loaf is Quaker Bread QUAKER BREAD IS A BETTErt EATING LOAF 24 OLD THAN IT 18 THE USE OF SUBSTITUTES KEEPS THI tOAF MOIST AND GIVES IT A NUTTY FLAVOR ONLY BE TASTED TO BE THERE IS NEVER ANY HARP CRUSTS LEFT OVER WHERf QUAKER BREAD IS THAT THE DRIVER LEAVES YOU ENOUGH BUT NO John CANADA FQQOftQARp LICENSE NUMiER KODAK SUPPLIES FOR THOSE WHO FINISH OWN We have a full stock of var lous kodak sundries such as Dark Room Amateur Printing At Color Tri In fact we have practically everything amateur THE RED CROSS DRUG 4 BOOK to Jaekton A 55S and 1212 Sherlock Building Trailing A ishing Try it before your next motor Leavesthe skin soft and In SOc Jars Itetall Phones 1518 and 322 WHEN YOU THINK OF PRESSING OR REPAIRING THINK OF D THE TAILOR Telephone 1666 410 FIFTH STRtET Hay Feed HYDE ft 2nd and 12th PHONE 1244 LETHBRIDQE M ARLOWS EAT ARKET 1110 SiitH Avenue HAY for SALE We are quoting very attractive prices your atation for carload lota Of TIMOTHY AND PRAIRIE Get our prfcei tor Prompt future Kennstb SwpMn rMB or 317 a AND DISTRICT Golf A general meeting of the golf club will to held In the on Wed nesday evening at 8 So to discuss the club house Croat War Vatorans All members who wish to attend the outing to Cardston will see that names are handed to secretary before Friday Phone Joins Up With Charles McKelvy left on Sat urday for Camp where he will go in training with the Ameri can forces During hisabsence will remain with her John 9th Doath of The death occurred in the city to day of little William aged two of The body will be laid to rest In Augustins cemetery Fetterly is in charge of the funeral arrange Exemption Disallowed Bellevue Sev en Persons Cardston Allowed till 1 Purple Springs Island Coal dale Baruwell A In a recent issue pf the Calrrarv Can in an article with reference to the recent trouble between tio vet erans ar a local alien it was staled the local Immigration ofi cor opened his files of to tiie veterans for asks Herald to cnn slating that he liabCt of showing his corresp jndtcre to he Stolen and Davidson returned last even Ing from a trip to the He drove down to his office in his Leaving the car standing in front of the office lie crossedthe Com ingback in about five minutes the car was Tills morning Detec live Wigg of the found the ma chine on the side of the road south east of the The windshield was the front axle was the gear shift jammed and things in a gen eral state of The perpetrators have not been The caseis in the hands of the city This is a new department with us and judging by the business we are we must have what our customers consider Inspect our compare our A few marked samples are nowon exhibition In our jnore Consumers Hardware and Supply Company principal at quite a number of requests for such students have come The principal will be in his office at the High school on from four to Und inthe evening from to to consult with those wish information re garding the course of Fftultley Receives Sad News of Husbands Death Casualties High School The High school will open for the fall term on All those students who intend to take in the course are urged pres ent the first day to obtain a copy of the time table and the list of The principal would like to receive a list of names of parties who are willing to board students for the Also those who wish to work for their board while attending school are re quested to send in their names to the Clara 1506 5th this morning received the sad news that her who wounded severely in the back on when the Canadians commenced their big had died of Fautley enlisted In 1916 with the Lethbrldgc Prior to enlisting he was working at his trade as a He is sur vived by widbw and two young His parents reside at Ray Hamilton son of North Is another casualty reported LinrilnK was wounded In the right hand on August A brpther who has been to the front and wounded returned home The following casualties appear on todays Mat Bow Henry enlisted next of kin Bucking Harry enlisted Leth next of kin Alex next of kin Allan Chafe next of kin Edmund Loth next of kin ILTliiSPAGE MEETS WISHESf sociated fichaikov president of the provisional gov ernment made tills statement concWu Ing the recent announcement of Am ericas policy toward Americas policy exactly meets our We want to about a new Russian front and reorganize the country Wo want the al lies to form a stream of hind which we can work oyt our sal V He added that he would tissue an order mobilizing a new national army and restoring compulsory military OF THE UKRAINE Am S term dispatch from Kiev to the Rhenish Wcstphalinil Gazette of quoted the Russian newspaper Robltnuosa as 4 saying the Ukrainian consul genera at has announced thai mobilization in Siberia does not the neutrality oi the Swedish ami Danish the dispatch thereupon recognized Ukraines The French and British representatives abstained from giving their Waiter Hint of Garden ambassador to Great Britain from the United because of has submitted hlo resignation to Pres ident who has accepted R Coultry Phone 492 Alborta Meat Marktt Canada Food Board LIceuM Number THE BEST ON THE MARKET FOR SALE ONLY AT Thsse tomatoes grown out six miles from They have a flavor that oxcola any 4oiate on the They are uniform In perfectly amooth free from i You will not have any other tomaitfl for your tsble or canning if you once try ;