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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 28, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 28, 1U18 THE LETHBJUDCiE DAILY IIEHAU> PAGE F1VK Amid Swiss scenes in Patifip dows framing million dollar pictures of peaks and "In chinpnft fe Bttvt? bcrtt.r, Mart? visible to mortal f he may beyond flowen, it freen, alwiys different TbM wind in Uw ard ruffles by covering it with a toy of tiny wrinVles, till the is while at lerunh the is astir and KunoUchMh ind PACIFIC ROCKIES Washington, Aug. ?3 number of prtwnen UV.en by the allies since July 1 has passed ths General March, United States chief of staff. said In the same time the allies have taken from the Germans 1300 cannon cf ttt field fliifi calibre ahd larger. The French advance noted in this morning's oHIcial statement from ParJsv the chief of staff pointed out, marts ths creation of another deep lallent In the enemy lines, which now being put "between the pinch- Trie French have reached Nesle and ,are within two miles of the Somme at this point. Since last Saturday, the British. result of their persistent ad- vance, have overun the Hindenburg tine for a dlitarice of one mile on at front of three ID INI til 11 FRENCH CAPTURE London, Aug. troops have taken Pont L'Evtque on the north side of the Qlse, and about i mile from Noy- on, and have captured three miles north cf Soissons, ac- cording 'to reports reaching here this, afternoon. The French are said to be on the outskirts of J Juvlany, a mile and a half north- east of Chauvlgny. Much Witli thft -Uriilsh Array in Prance, Aug. from tho high ground protecting Per- jonne on (he west, and torced beyond the Hindenburg line in the region of Arras, the Germans are perately, but apparently wjtli inuch confusion, to stay tho HiiUsh' mucks IK itie regloa of IJapaume. SIDCC noon today heavy reinforce- have Ijecn liut into (he enemy line in tha region and his resistance (here has stiffened. Appar- ently the use o Miese reinforcements is for tho purpose of giving the ene- my lime to dig in on .the line parallel lo the Canal Jlord on weaL His next defense line chst be behind the Canal Di Xord. sis niiles east of Hapaume. Slewing Up With Ihe-Brllisli Fovees in France. Aug., intermittent fighting coutitiaes virv- ___ everywhere along the liritfsii Irout Iho tattle begins to show stgo.5 of stowing up. He avy ra ins liy vc br.en sweep ing ovcr'.tlie battle zone since early this mornftig and tliesy ;u least for tho moment Imve bad lit; effect of retard- ing ofieralions. German resjstanc? lljis seems "ttfhave considerably. The Germans delivered inauy counter attacks along the line, but none ut Ihtni really bas gainud unylhing. The principal activity has been lu Ihe vicinity of the river Scarpe whero the British have gained a little more Some of it had not been in Makes a good car better WED. THURS. GROCERY SPECIAL WE DELIVER THE GOODS AT UNDERNOTED PRICES Perfect Seal Fruit Jars. Quarts Pints, per doies) Lowney'a Pure Cocoa. 1 Ib. tint Nabob Coffee, vtry finest blend. 1 Ib. CateMVs Macaroni. 2 packets Rose Soap. 2 bar............................... 46c 50c 23c 20c- Royal Crown Laundry Soap. 10 bars...........................___'. Shelled Walnuts, very best. Per Ib................................. Reindeer Condensed Milk. Per tin................................. 4 Ib. pails Wagitsffes Raspberry Jam. Per tin Finest Local (Hot House) Ripe Tomatoes. Per Ib....................'.............. 54c 90c 20c 88c 19c CANADA FOOD BOARD LICENSE NUMBERS, 8-29902, 6-251. Deliveriei livery Hour 31 ENGINE wear measures the ol every determines its'sale or exchange aliie. And lubri- cation largely governs wear. Correct lubrication keeps a mo'or as good as smooth as glass, bearings in good condition! timing mechanism and working aci-urate'y, piston rings tighl and compresston part of the ntotor running smoothly ilh the least possible wear. ciisliioift every friction surface oil film that not break down and run thin when the molor heats, it flows freely in low or liigh piston ring msurtf-, m'aximum power from every drop of, gasoli'ne. ft keeps moto'rs as goodasrcw. Odsotfnc Pol differential lubrication Polarinc is made in two and Pfilarinc Hcavs It 14 supplied in nne-halfi one and four gallon fcalcd cans, aUo ir gallon anH( hall-barrels.' There arc also "'cases, foi'tffective transmission and n. V get Jfremicr GasoliM'at the sign Write us at Kaxn till ImfMlal BUf. Toronto, lor inltrallnf Mfklfn JWirfoc Autmttott Luortcaltsn' IMPERIAL OIL LIMITED BRANCHES THROUGHOUT CAKAOA possession of the tnU'iUe allied troops since 1911, Noy on Roads Under Fire French Army In France. Aug. Most noticeable arc the enemy move- ments vrcst of tho Somme canal, wiiicb, jpiDS the Canal Du at Peronne and nibs southward through Ham. The Imik of the German troops on the line have qiticlcened their retreat since Uie fall of Roye at nine o'clock this morning. They are protected by rearguards who are i ing. a Btoul resistance, evidently for lie purpose.ot preventing the retire- ment of the Germans from being crowded .too violently toward the can- a 1'over which all the men and inater- ial are obliged to crosa. i Tbe-raain roads leading from TUye tri Koyou and to Vesle are now under the fire of the French guns over their entire distance.-There is now no oth- er outlet of the- German troops but thoj retirement due east j .The French at the time thli dispatch is ..'filed arc'only six mites from thy canal and are pressing forward in spile of vigorous opposition. Back to Old Line Paris, Aug. p.m rofreat of the Germans which has been organized "by: General Von Bochu l during the last' fbrtnight, jrobably .i-wiljjbe made in twVTstages, It Is" said here. The first halt, Is expected to be Ibehinde, the Somme and Crozat Can- al and the second will bring Uie enemy ,to the. liue of March 21, from which Ihe launched his great'offcnsive. How the Line Runs Locflou. Aug. advices give the following Hue along the front 'rom the region of Arras 16 below the Somme Arlcux, Gavrellcs. Roeux, IJoIs Du Notre .Dame, Kemy, Hau- Croiselles, Beugnatre, West of Bapaurae, Thilloy, Ple'era west of Del- vflle Wood. Troncs icourt, west of Dompierre. Fay, Soyo- AMaincourt and-Jlarchelpot. -The French line in the'Hommo reg- ion begins at Marchelppt and runs as follows. 'Licourt, Potte, MesnU-Le-Petit. weat of'f Nesle, Solente, of Avricourl, Dives, DIvctte, west ot. Bois Dee ha lieaeves, Dive Lc France- and Passel. have advanced to a depth of sis miles on a wide tn mi awkward salient around Noyon. London. Aujr. (British Wire- Since the enlcntc allies have taken the miiative from General Lud- eudoTlf on the western front the effect on the German people la such that it has been necessary to apply contin- uous verbal stimulants and- they are officially exhorted to "be men" and to "bo There has been more than a geslfon of paiifc and it has been necessary for General Von Stein, the Vrussian war minister, lo fill more than three columns in the Berlin nevj-spapefs with reproaches (n peoplo who credit and repeat fantas- tic rumors of disaster. It appears to have leen slated among other ihings that Germany haa lost pris- oners in the rece'nt fighting and lhat the German Iroops have been betray- ed. General Von Stein tells, the Ger- mans lo IOO'K at France for an exnmply. He says "every Frenchman believes m final victory .with a steadiness which forces admiration." AT THE MAJEKTIC Cunning ar.d his company n{ orn wonder workers come to tlio Ma- eslic next Monday, Seut. '1 (lAbor matinee and night In addl- ion to the wonderful illusions and In- dian sorcery he presents some 40 min- utes In modem comilurity, of times called 'mental telepathy and more frequently miscalled mind-reading. Running claims that both are wronsT Most readers of the present time are awave of tho great interest" that is ng taken throughout tne world In occult phenomena, which Is (being ;aken more seriously than ever be- [oro. Many sober ihinJcers and hiat- ;er ot fact persons have gone iuto psy< chic researches. Lajrd runs away her lome in CISIt Ilaveu, -A tiny Kng- iand vlUage, and a loveless marriage- Obedfah Daw. a deplorable lout jut the village by hiding In the (onneau of Prater car, he motors back from a vacation, lu tier home town to his .VeIT York studio, lie pats her on a train sup- posedly bound for Cliff Haven, but when he gets to his apartment that even En g, he t faits h er asjeep In h is armchair. Unwittingly, aho aids him get out of Ms engagement with an- other girl, and together Ihey elndu Uie warrant sworn .out against him by Cliff Haven constabulary for ab- duction. IndlguaUou and rage change lo delight, and reigni su- preme, V AT THE EMPRESS In the .Palha I'lay, "lluler ot the starring lYank Kcenan. which will be at the Empress theatre today uul tomorrow mallnee, you will see Mr. Keenan wielding a enov.- shovel with the vim and vigor of a Klondiker. seems to be enjoying '.be exercise. What Is more, be really does eujoy it. In "Ruler of the Road" he is seen as Ilio Iiidojnliable figbier. Hie mas- tiir strategist, at one period and ;il another he is shown as (he fntensclr human-man. a lover of home and ol children. Tho. wonderful Palhe slar Jokes about liis age with the younger men in the -supporting casts'of'Ms plays. Whenever the occasion'arises for lent exerciEc he goes lo' it with a will and more than once he has cans cd (he younger men1 wide- eyed amazeinenl at his strength and endurance. Detroit, Aug.. Kord, Iroit automobile mnunfacturef, and choice of President Wilson for the Micbigan senatorial nomination, was today cn.tlie face.o! returns from ihore than hali the botli winner aiwl loser in' Tuesday's state wide primaries. Commander Truman II. N'ewberry of TJetroit, 'orther secretary of the navy, has won the Republican nomin ttlon for United senator a vote which, incomplete returns Indi-j cale may equal tha total number of[ votea polled by both Ford er Governor C. S. Osborne. Qnly light votp was cast ior Simpson! of Delroilr Uie other Republican'can- ditlntej In Uie DemocraUc ballotting, lioiV- erer, Kord, who was a candidate on both party tickets, won an. easy race'from, his opponent, James W. Helme, figures this morn-ing being two to one in favor of his candidacy. AT In "Tho Studio. Constance TalmaUgo's Select Star-Series'picture to be shown at Starlanfi tonight, she clinches even more securely the.high faror has iron'111. the lie art 3 01 America's film audiences by licr de- lineation of captivating, if capricious girls. Thin'picture -wag1 directed by Charles Gioiyri frnm Paul West's adaptation of "Lp by Pierre Veber and Henri de Gorsse LEWIS J. SELZNICK PRESENTS CONSTANCE TALMADGE IN "THE STUDIO GIRL" ALSO 2-Reel Keystone Comedy Calgary, AUE. At tho convcn- lion ot Albert? liafcers" hclrt yealoritay at Uie I OQs. hall, the Alti'erla Bread and Cake Manufacturers' association with' 'Iho following officers: G. M. Jackson, Ualgarj', pres- ident; J. A. Bdmpnton, vice- prealdeot; W. S. aecre- taryV n. Johnston, Calgary, treasurer. BiecuUve W. B. Turner, Meclielne Hat; I. Oilmore, LaltbTiiicc; J." McGavln, Kdmonloii; 11. K. Ami- strong', Olds, V. Lock, Calgary. Tno object for .'which the conven- tion nas called tho appoint' Irig1 of provincial dnd local supervisors to report IB Iho food weekly the amount of Hour sold tb-mch dealer, and'J. A. Halllcr, ol Bdnionlon, was appointed provincial supervisor, and Q. J, Mayhcw. Cal- gary; J. B, Turner, Medicine and J, Oil- rnoro, Lelhbrldgoi local supervisors, An Atlantic tbe party editors was atJtlie front, they had uncheon with' Marshal Hair, while hells were falling all about them, .'he marshal sent hack a message to he Canadian people, ttiat' everything s being tp bring heir efforts to a "glorious and rfclor- 0113 conclusion-nnd .that there will be o peace nntil Germany thoroughly vliippcil.and on her knees besglng for mercy. During their short stay, ill New ork the journalists'will be the guests of tho GEISABBOSI Winnipeg, 'Aug. B. I.-anlf one of the best knovti railway men and general men {n West era Canada, will go to Montreal as traffic', manajer fort Canada ThW iias' been-regarded as liievit able elncMhe announcement that W R. Muclnnes, ImmcdlAte superior, In Iho 0. IV H wrvlce, liart made vice pres] In cliarje of iratfic. Tho for nwl announcement jyaa'nol, hoivcvcr Jntll today MATINEE AND NIGHT Next Mon., Sept. 2 ALL THE WORLD LOVES A MYSTERY SPECIAL LABOR ATTRACTION ONE DAY ONLY (IE Vancouver, Aug. of one per cent was llial wag sustained by., tlid trinl ship mcnt of wheat, grown (n Western At berta ami shippcit. from Voneouvcr to England via the. FRnarna Canal, cording to the report of V: J. Hlrdi ard, chemist In chnrge anil'A. W. Al cock, his im reaclic< tlic loral boaril Ot trade. The chemist slntcs that llio success of Iho. raperl racnt' justifies further trie's. Tliey tho conclusion Uiat V wlieal which Is.nuito aoiinJ In c'l .y .waj should bejsblpped this roino. Montrtjl, Auj. the-conference thii' afternoon it wu decided to defer.thi ttrlke orthe C.p.R, telegraphert for frcstni, and to submit the Isiue tt thf deoartment at Otta- wa. .Neither side bound Itielf to xcept by Uie department, TWO AND A HALF HOURS WONDERFUL AMAZING ENTERTAIN- MENT ASK HIM EVERYTHING 'NEW THIS SEASON HE KNOWS AND: HIS COMPANY OF MODERN WONDER WORKERS POPULAR PRICES: Matinees SOc; Night 75e; Children EMPRESS Tonight Only And Tomorrow Matinee FRANK KEENAN Famous flelflseb stir.at KB best te "RULER OF THE ROAD" A strong and Impressive drami 6liowing how.a child-can change tno ilfo of a slrong-jivlllecl man. Latest weekly and plenty of cora- cdy. TONIGHT Lalftt Screen THE EVER "PtAYWG FAtt" ;