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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - August 28, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 28, 1918 THE LE7HBRIDGE DAILY IIERALD PAGE FIVE Amid Swiss scenes in the Canadian Pacific Rockies-windows framing million dollar pictures of peaks and glaciers "In the Lake, ever changing, ll Beauty herself, u ntarty viiible to fnortal ayeu as eho may ever be. The water, beyond the flowers, it groon, always � difforent green. Then m little wind anrakea in Ibo distance and rufllcs the surface, yard by yard, covering it with a myriad of tiny wrinkles, till tho lakeis milky emerBld v/hile the test still Bleeps. And at length the whole is astir and the suncatchesitand Lake Louise is a web odaughter, the opal distillation of all the budsof all the Spring." In the Heart off the CANADIAN PACIFIC ROCKIES Rides, drives, Alpine climb- ing withSwics guides, trails . to Lakes in the clouds, boat-' ing, metropolitan cuisino. Get to knoT/ Canada better- iDEiiitTl PR SONERS NOW 112,000 Washington, Aug. 28-The number of prisoners tnken by the .lilies since July 1 has passed the 112,000 mark, General Miirch, United States chief of staff, said today. In the same t'.me the allies hsve taken from the Germans 1300 cannon of the field gun calibre and larger. The French advance noted In tills morning's offlcini statement from Paris, the chief of st?.ff pointed out, marXc the creation cf another deep salient In the enemy lines, which is now being put "bslwccri the pinchers." The French have reached Necic and" are within two miles of the Somme at this point. Since last Saturday, the British, as a result of their persistent advance, have overun the Hindenbiirg line for a dlsta(jce of onc'mile on a front of three miles. WED. & THURS. GROCERY SPECIAL WE DELIVER THE GOODS AT UNDERNOTED PRICES ASK FOR RESORT T'^fR, T>ia, J. E. PROCTOR, Distrlcl PasseDgef, Agent, Calgary ' ^ Reasonable Rate* IRY A HERALD WAN! AD. II WILL BRING RESULTS FRENCH CAPTURE ,, London, A�fg. 28.-(4:45 p.m.). -French troops have taken Powt L'Eveque on the north side of the Olae, and about c mile from Noy-on, and have captured Chavigny, three miles'" north of Soissons, according to reports reachinn hero this afternoon. The French arc said to be on the outskirts of . JuvJany. a and a half north- east of Chauvlgny. Much Confusion With the BrltLsli Army in I'Vauce, 27.-(Assoctitted J' from tho high Kixnnul prolecl.lng Per-oiino on the west and torcod beyond tho Hindenhurg Hue lu the region of Arras, the Germans are fighting desperately, but apparently with much contusion, to stay tho liitLsh iillackH in. the region of liapaume. Since uoon today iieavy reinforce-i mentH liuye been put into (he enemy line In the Bapamno region and Ills r.-?istanue there has stiffened. Apparently tho use o ttheso reinforoementa is for llio of giving the enemy lime to dig in on the lino pa,rallRl to tlio Ciinul Du Nord on th� west. His next dptonse line east would be behind the Canul Du Nord. six miles east of Bai)aumo. arine I FRICTION REDUCING MOTOR OIL Mak&sia ifood car better' * Slowing Up Wllb the British lMH-c".s In Fiance. Aug. 38.-(As-Hocijii'i) VriMfh)-While Intermittent fightiiii; continues virtually overywhcrc ulonK tho British front tho ba-ttle hi-gins to show signs of slowing tip. - Heavy rains Imv lii;en sweeping over the battle zhdc since early this morning and thesi- m!( for tho moment have hud ihi' cifi ct ot retarding operatlonM.' Clennau resistanrv tliis morning seoms to have stiftiiiiri considerably. The Germans delivcicil many counter attacks along the lin-', !niL none of them really has Kaiiii;il iinylhlng. The principal aclivity has been in the vicinity of the river Scarpe where the British have gainod n little more ground., Some of it liail not been in possession of the tiii.'ntc allied troops since 1914. Noydn Roads Under Fire French Army in i'"raiice. .Vug. 27.- Moat noticeable ar" ihr enemy movements v/08t of the Soniinc canal, which Joins the Canal Du .\fird at Poronne and runs southward tlivmigh Ham. Tho bulk of the Germ;;!! Iroops on the Chaulnes-Royo Hin' have quickened their retreat sine.' ilic tall of Boye Bt nine o'clock this morning. They aro protected by rearguarils wlio are making a stout resistance, evidently for the purpose of preventing the retirement of the Gcnnaiis from being crowded too violently toward the canal over which all llic men and material lire obliged to cross. The main roads I'^ading from Rtye to Noyon and to Veslo are now under the tiro of tho French guns over their entire distance. Tlicic is now no other outlet ot the German troops but the | retirement due oast. The KVench at the lime thli dispatch Is filed are only si.t miles from the canal and are pressing forward in spite ol vigorous oi)posltlon. Back to Old Line Paris, Aug. 23.~(4:40 p.m )--The retreat of the Germans which has been organized by General Von Boehn �aurlng the Inst fortnight, probably will be made in two stages, it is said hero. The first halt Is expected to be behindo the Somme and Crosat Canal and the second will bring the enemy ! to the line of Jlarch 21, from which he launched his great offensive. How the Line Runs London, Aug. 28.-Latest atlv,lce9 give the following line along tho front from the region ot Arras to below the Somme: Arleux. Gavvelles. Ilooux, Bols Du Sart, Berry Notre Dame, Uemy, Hau-court, CroiBOlles, Beugnatre, West ot Bapaumo, Thllloy. Fleers west of Del-ville Wood, Trones Wood, east of Jfar-Icourt, west of Dompierre. Fay, Spye-court, Ablaincourt and Slarchelpot'. The French line In the Somme region begins at .'\inrchelpot and runs as follows. Licourt, Potte. Mesnil-Le-Petit, west of Nesle, Solente, wesi of Avricourt, Dives, Dlvotlp, west ot Bois Dee La Resoves, Dive Le France and Pivssef. The French have advanced t_a a depth ot six miles on a wido front, leaving tho Germans in an awkward salleut around Noyon. Perfect Seal Fruit Jars. Quarts $1.55. Pints, per dozen ..................... Lowney's Pure Cocoa. 1 lb. tins ........................... Nabob Coffee, very finest blend. 1 lb. tins............................. Catelll'8 Macaroni. 2 packets .......................... l.i�C Rose Socp. 2 bars .............................. 1.30 46c 50c 23c 20c Royal Crown Laundry Soap. 10 bars ................................ Shelled Walnuts, very best. Per lb................................. Reindeer Condensed Milk. Per tin ................................ 4 lb. palls Wagstaffes Raspberry Jam. Per tin ................................ Finest Local (Hot House) Ripe Tomatoes. Per lb................................. CANADA FOOD BOARD LICENSE NUMBERS, 8-29902, 6-251. a Deliveriei Every Hour 54c 90c 20c . 88c 19c Pkont 3 1? ED SliULANIS NOW London. .\ug. 28.-fBritlsli Wireless)-Since the entente allies have lakon tho Intlative from General I^ud-cndorff on tho western front tho effect on the German people is such that it hos been necessary to apply continuous verbal Hllmulants and they nie offlcin!ly exhorted to "be men" and to "ho atoutheartTJd." There has been more than a suggestion of patiio and it has been necessary for General Von Sleln. the f^ussiau war minister, to fill more than thre^o columnB In the Berlin newspapers wltli reproaches to the people who credit inui repeat fantastic rumors of disaBter. It appears to have been slated among other things that Germany has- lost l.">o,onn prisoners in (he recent tightii\g and that the German troops have been betrayed. General A'oii Stein tells tho Germans to look at Prance for an example, ffc says "every Frenchman believes in final victory .with a which forces 'admiration." AT THE JMA.IE.STIC CuiininK and lii>^ company ot raod-i'l-ii wonder workers coint^ Id the Majestic next Monday, Sept. (Labor Day), niatlncc and night. In addition 10 the woiulcvfnl illusions and Indian porcery lit> presents some 40 minutes in modern coinlturlty, oftinies called 'menial tclep.iiWiy and more Jrcqiienlly miscalled tnind-reudlng. Cunning claims thai bath are \s1onB. .Most readers of the present time aro awai-ii of the grcal interest that is Ijeiiig taken fliroiis'liont the world in (icciilt plier.tmiena, whicli is (being taken more serioitKly than ever he-I'oro. .Many sober thinkers anil niat-tazer Ordnay's car. as he motors back from a vacation in iier home town tn his .Sew York studio. He pnt.H her on a train supposedly bound tor CliCt Haven, but wiion he gels to his apartment that evening, he finds her asleep in his armchair. Unwittingly, she aids him get out of his engagement with another girl, ami together tliey elude the warrant sworn out against him by Cliff l-iaven con.stahHlary for ab-ducllonT Indignation and rage change to delight, and happiness reigns su-' premc. � Wbatb .tIieExdiaii(^ limine of W Car? ENGI-NE wear measures the worth of every car- determines its sale or exchange value. And lubrication largely governs wear. Correct lubrication keeps a motor as good as new-cylinders smooth as glass, bearings in good condition, timing mechanism and valves working accurately, piston rings tight and compression good-every part of the motor running smoothly with the least possible wear. cushions every friction surface with a wear-resisting oil fihrt that docs not break down and run thin when the motor heats. It flows freely ' in low or high temperatures-maintains the piston ring seal-iiisuies maximum power from every drop of gasoline. It keeps motors fit- as good as new. Polgrine is made in two gmdes-Polarinc and Polarinc Heavy. It is supplied in one-half, one and (our calldn st'aletl cans, also in 12H gallon steel Icegs, barrels and'lialt-baircls. There are also Pblarine oils and greases for effective transmission and diffcrentiariubrication.  Buv Polarine where you get Premier Gasoline at the siun of the "Red Ball." ll'riie Ui at Room 704 imptrial Oil Bldg.. Toronto, for intereaUng boohM on Polarine for Automokila Lubrication VP Gasoline IMPERIAL OIL LIMITED BRANCHES THROUGHOUT CAMADA Detroit, Aug. 2S.-Henry Ford. Detroit .antumohllo maunfacturcr, anil choice ot President WU.son tor the Michigan senatorial nomination, was today on the face ot returns from more than half the slate, botli winner and loser lu Tuesday's state wide primaries. Commander Truman H. Newberry, of Detroit, former secretary ot the nav}-, has won the Republican nomination tor United States senator by a vote which incomplete returns indicate may equal the total number of votes polled by both Ford and Former Governor C. S. Osborne. Only a light vote was cast for Wm. Simpson of Detroit, the other Republican candidate. In the Democratic ballotting, liow-ever. Jtr. Ford, who was ,a" candidate on both parly tickets, won an easy race from his lone opponent, James \V. Helme, figures this morning being two to one in tavor ot his candidacy. AT THE EMPRESS In the Pathe Play. "Ruler of the Road." starring ]''rank Keenaii. which will be at tho Kmpi'ess theatre today and tomorrow matinee, you will see Mr. Keenaii wielding a snow shovel with the vim and vigor of a Klondiker. He seems to bo enjoying tho exercise. What is more, ho really does enjoy it. l!i "Killer of the Road" he is seen as lhi> indomitable fighter, the mas-tor strategist, at one period and at another he is shown as tho intensely hnnian man. a lover of home and of children. Tlie wonderful Patlic star Jokes about his age with tho younger men in tiie supporting casts ot his plays. \Viioiievoi\ the occasion arises for violent exercise he goes to it with a will nni] more than once he has caused tho younger men to stare in wide-eyed amazement at his strength and endurance. at STARLaNT) In "The Studio Girl." Constance Talniadge's Sclecl Star Series picture to lie shown at Starland tonight, she clinches even more securely the high favor ?^e has won in the hearts ot America's tlUn audiences by her delineation of captivatlug, if capricious, girls. This picture was directed by Charles Glblyn from Paul West's adaptation of "La fJaniino," by Pierre Vebor and Henri de Gorsse. I CONlfANtrfALM^E I m the studio oirC I LEWIS J. SELZNICK PRESENTS CONSTANCE TALMADGE IN "THE STUDIO GIRL" ALSO 2-ReeI Keystone Comedy HAIG'S MESSAGE ALBERTA BAKERS HAVE ORGANIZED Calgary, Aufe. 28.-At tho convention of Alberts bakers hold yesterday at the 1.0.0*^. hall, the Alberta Bread and Cake Tilanutacturers' association w^s organized with the following officers; G. M. Jitckson, Calgary, pre.s-Ident; J. A. Hallier, Edmonton, vice-president; W. S. Dunn, Calgary, secretary; D. Johnston, Calgary, treasurer. Executive committee: W. B. Turner, Medicine Hat; J. Ollmore, Lothbridge; J. McGavin, EMmonton; R. R. 'Armstrong, Olds; F, Lock, Calgary. The object tor which ^the convention was called was ' the appointing of provincial and local supervisors to report to the food board weekly the amount ot flour and substitutes sold to each dealer, aiid J, A. Hallier, of Edmonton, was appointed provincial supervisor, and O. J. Mayhew, Calgary; J. McGavin, Edinoivlfm; W. B. Turner, Modlcino Hut;, and J. Gil-more, Lethbrldge, local supervisors. W.B.llGil" GETS A BOOST Winnipeg, L\ug. 28.-W. B. Lanjean, one of the best known railway men aknd general business men in Western C%uai]tt, will go to Montreal as traffic manager for Canada. This has been regarded as inevitable since the announcement that W. n. Maclnnes, whovwas Mr. Uanlgan's ImmedlBte siiperloviln the C, P. K. servici, had beon tnade vine preaV dent in uUarge ot. traffic, "�o formal aiviiouhcomi:nt was u('i, l '.rover, Biaa� iiniil today An Atlantic Port.-Wiile Iho parly of editors was at the front. Wioy had luncheon- with Marshal Hiiig, while shells were failing all about them. The marshal sent back a inessaga to the Canadian people that everything is Ijeing done by tho allies to bring their efforts to a glorious and victorious conclusion and that there will bo no peace until Germany U thoroughly whipped and on iter Uuees begging for mercy. Diiting their short stay in J FRANK KEENAN Famous Belasco star at his best la "RULER OF THE ROAD" A strong and linpressivo drama showing lioiv a child can.change, tho life ot a strong- willed man.j Latest weekly and plenty ot comedy. Montreal, Aufl. 28.-4 .p.m.-At the conference this afternoon It waa decided to defer the strike of the C.P.R. telesraphera for tho present, and to submit the issue to the labor department at Ottawa. .Neither side bound itself to accept the suflgeations made by the department. 0 TONIGHT Also Latest Screen Magazin* THE EVER POPULAR William Famum b "PUYING FAIR" 0 94 ;