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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 29, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta TllUUSDAX'AUGUST 29, 1918 fHB LETHBR1DGE DAILY HERALD PAGE FIVE Biggest Canadian Victory London, Aug. Times, reviewing the- battle of Amiens, that on the main the honor of the advance was (hired by the Australians and Canadians, in structure ft was chiefly a Canadian "The Canadians, con- tinues the critic, "art right in cUtmlng that the fighting cf the first two days wai the bTggett Canada has dene in the wsr, not excepting the capture cf Vimy Ridflfr. Certainly nothing could be finer.1' (Uy J, p. ll. Uvesay, Canadian Tress Wflh.lho' Canadian I'crccs, Aug. 98. before breakfast." Sucli was ttie battle CO" of a Canadian unit eastward jvas barred until taken. H .two days after wo.took Vimy Hldgc and at Its foot sllll lies rusted, shattered lank that foundered on tlial occasion. It is a rubble of that went over liic ut 3 o'clock morning. They had it by masonry which was once '7.30 o'clock ana then the cry bei-uinc1 .streets, and of blasted tree Canihrai or bust." Cambrel is a great trunks. Only on itg northwest slopes way. off, but they are still going facing that distant -lofty riilsje 'where I He so many Canadian soiisV.lhere still stands intact a great cross of timber. or king for iesteil It ileelf, nut to crack. Intelligence Service He tore the battle opened our ad- mirable intelligence service had com- Uelalletl, and as It transpired, accurate in Tor mat ion ot the wbolf en- emy position, uiaiolS' based on air. The enemy decided to establish his imo of resEetauco'astride' the low ground lietwfco Mouthy and the twin hllla, Ou Ihe wecterii. slopes of tho hills be pi ace J hia lljht guns, with bis heavier machine guns slroufcly placed on their eastern slopes, prepared to the lino ot any frontal advance. Halt a mile back was an elaborate trench system, aud everywhere" ivus His heavy guns were uiasseJ in (he east of oucliy and ptrfettly on I the forward areas. This was the Must Take Monchy Monchy must bo taken at all costs. The attacking with'vic- tory olsewehero awaited only the word to go in. lu the old days, those of nut many mouths ago, there would have been aii intensive artillery preparation or sorno deaigued to leVel a path mid then our Infantry inuet plough their way through, indifferent of loss. Uut with the enemy plan cliart- ed out in detail, a weak spot hi (he enemy defense developed. He had not contemplated tho width of our battle lines. Xot only north to the Scarpc Kfver, but leyotid it among the heights on rvhicli he dependeil to pro- tect ly crossfire his right flank at Moncliy, His preparations had been but auaTf from its svcctaoular fcat- force did not do a wLit bel- ter, cor perhaps was evenly so engaged as others of our iroops tllng forward Ibis inomitig south of the through au ex- difflcuU country. The 'Canadian force rejoiced that the eastward a swung wide. concentrated on the place is uu eminence and dominates the plateaus of rolling country surrounding. Our advance U.B a fiil Bttor SUFFERING CATS! 1 lies in panorama. Not two miles to the north is tlio silver-thread of the SCAFPO and equidistant lo the south Is tho Cojeul. North of tlio.Scarpo GIVE THIS MAN ,j THE GOLD MEDAL! Let folks step on your feet here-, after- wear shoes a size smaller If you like, for Acorns will never again electric sparka ol jiain through atcordlng tn this Cincinnati authorit> says that a few of a drug is the hill Icnovn us. .grceulaiid hich trains Us LaUeries at Vfmy. Arras or on Mouchy. So great is its strategic value" Ihat after its caitlure yesterday tiie enemy "wch it back by a attacU. Throughout the present advance, its fire lias con- siderably interfered with our advance. West of Motidiy the fighting was con- siderable but to the" east it was less. ca.llcd frcczonc, u; lieves aortniias, applied- directly corn, jnstsiitly and EOOII the entire corn, root and all, lifts right out. This, drug is 'a sticky ether coin- .but tlries at once and siinply shrivels up the corn without inflaming or, even the surrouudine Us EUC, is claimed that a quarter, or an ounce of freezone obtained at any dnig store will cost very little hut is suffi- cient io remove every hard of soft corn or callus Irom uue's feet. Cut this out; entljAthwart tho Carabral the Brest swell- ing out from platii jj'rovWc natural re; doubts for tho defense ol Moncfiy from frontal either fiaute Ihuro are two rivers nud froni the rear are the -Vesle and Hart Woods. Im- pregnable as iv'as'in feudal times. It is still well adapted for de- fense in vodern warfare, I ong months pmnet, to their tren re- it you are a woman reaiJe chea around Arras, the .Canadians ed upon Mohchj as tho prisoner upon the door ot his cell The must e i rmed and .consolidated" prior' to any advance. Then came the cry "to night Moncta inA for a fierce Joyous foil Dack Impregnable against, a -frontal attack. Overnight, therefore, tho attacking force pushed its left well out along the Kcarpe River, where it met practical- ly no opposition, because the enemy depended for defense of thla swampy valley on his batteries around Greenland Hill on the north and Mou- thy on the south. The brigade "at- taching was wall established for the kick off on Monday morn lug wltii its left IhriiBl out along the' river. When the bfirrnge opened at three o'clock riur arlMtcry conformed mathe- matically with the "plan of ttie attack- ing force. There was a forward concen- tration ot feuns on left, bill on the righi, the lifting barrage -took a diag- onal course front northeast to south- west, because there wns no intention of pushing in a fronfal attack until the left got well on in this way t Paris Relieved, Communication With Calais Itcopened, ;yid Initiative Resumed 1 Andre Tet- deu, high commissioner Frauco- Amerlcin war cooperation, who U now lut Paris, has given to the Associfl1 Press by cable, a comprehensive state- ment r.Uinmfng up ihe military events of the.last (tvje months and showing their present bearing on the present war situation. HR says German! pris- oners dftclaio that if ihe whcte Airier-: fcait -army, shows ihe rame dash as1 se Who been In action thus far the German cause is lost, M; Tareu relates liow the events in Ttusata, by juvicg Germany a crush- log superiorUx, allowed the enemy from March OP la undertake large of- fensive operations directly threatening Paris, putting Amiens, tho pivot ot tho p'fauco-riritfoh troops, under fire, and cutting off laflway cormuinlcaltoiis with the east and north. This was on July 18.- On August the enemy was brought hacK on Ihe Voste, the road to Mpncy was freed anil the access to the was barred whirh the Aw- erican troops, played a prominent.part. But the Geniiiin army was still lossos wcrtr counter balanced' liy the of tUe preced- ing offensives. the British aBstttiiftd the offctisivc. was Mont UJdler tell, and the armies of Gene'riita and Man- Sin startetl.vhefr offGiisivea nntf push- ed tho Germans steadily back. The up to -the 23ril, when the main. a. flanking movement from th'v iioi'th.-jKrUlsh attack begau. are TarV ho s-ever went on (n the front but as they topped the hills, came under a heavy fire. This "was not until they hart cleaned out the light, machine guns and thus afforded a foot- lug our Infantry under Ihe western slopes No doubt the cneim was thufc dscened into looking for the ftck from the whereas it sudden- ly STvept uowir upon him from 'the north, taking Moncliy in the flank and rear, the'whole pbsWorr falling auto- niatically, with considerable ot act! Tlie plan was well cunvtived and bnlHantlv excrutecl ihe troops con continue? 'It. is loo aoon, as yet, to sum up the reaitll, but, WD can say 'i Paris Is' no longer threatened: "2 r Dlrecl. communication be- tween Paris and O.tals has bef-u re- established. 3 Onr thlnl aim to vrcsl the in the Germans lias been a-tin In the trenches tt looked smaller earned >Tlw men had ?he satisfaction e sr earned >w men had ?he satisfaction because ia be forcehad of breakfasting in VonchyLe-Preui, LIVING ROOM FURNITURE BEDROOM FURNITURE CHILDREN'S DEPT. DRAPERIES 'CROCKERY B AWDEN ROS. 3RD AVENUE SOUTH, LETHERIDGE' PHONE LIBRARY FURNITURE DINING ROOM FURNITURE WINDOW" SHADES CARPETS LINOLEUM -J- Weekend Specials Fumed Oak Dining Suite Eight piece fiimod "oak Oiningauiie. Made of "selected quarter cut oak. nutlet is 2lsSJ with plate elans -mirror has large' linen drawer, two small drawers lafgft cnliJnel. Table has very heavy sptR peJoslal, extend- ing to S feet. Chairs have full nlip seat covered In .'genuine Spanish Regubr Friday and Sat- urday FUMED OAK BUFFET Solid .nuaTter cut oaklraliel; iurncil finish. Tery heavj constmcllon Has plale gliss mirror with usual drawers. Regclar Friday and Sat- wtoy...... DINING TABLE To match liu'fet 44 Inch top Very heaiv redesnl, extends to G feel Friday and Sat- PICTURES Klfly: steel cngravlnss, framed in durk oafc. dlffcrcnl subjects. Friday find Satur- day .....2.25 ART MUSLIN About 60 yards Art Mus- lin in ditterenl colorings. Worth today 10c per yard. Friday and Satur- day, JKVd 20c Crockery Dept. To fntrodiiec, our crockery, depirtmcnl, to make you acciualnl j-biirsclt with our vftluea we are offcrinR for the week .end two 07- piece dinner scis at very special prices. One .lainnOEd O.HSNA''DINNER SET. Hfl3 gold edge with (w.tdllfiil rose 57 piijces. (47.59, for ONE GOLD BAND from Bnglaiuh best pollery. Makes a vpry cftecllvo set. Regular 115.50, for W.E PREPAY FREIGHT WINDOW SHADES Three dbzen window" plain green cplorr Bood tiuallty cloth and roll- er, complete with brackets. JrMnj and Satur day, each LACE CURTAWS Six pair only. Very tlno lac.e cuttatas. 2'A yards long. -Would be goorl .value at per pair, Friday flml Salurdnj, pair CARPET SQUARES 5 only carpet squares 'Jamagedln ship- ping at A big saving 1 only, heavy quaf.ty WiHon, Rogular for; 1 only heavy quallt> Wilton, 'Jxl2 Kegular 1 only, dctp Regular for 1 only, qualify Tapestry, 9x10' Regular CO for...... 75.00 55.00 20.00 ODD CARPETS A few odd to clfur at good reductions. Three only good hard wearing Art Carpels In different filial, 7V4x'J tit quaUt} ivoren matting Size i C 7C Vnf J DISARM (Associated Press) Aug.' sil- lied and Czecho-Sfqvak patrols today Succeeded in disarming all tho Rus- sian vo1unlect3 who had revoUefl. and fiad gone over to Lieut. General Hor- leader in ti-ru Siberia also a "Ths Ihstrrrclions given by the Ger- man high conimand io tho German troops are DOW of a decidedly i dcfiri' iteChature.' tonfes's. that the sit- uation Is serious Irig froih readattic rciiablu documenls it seems that 34'irejjJi tfirision., tliat Is to say 24 divisions Having been withdrawn frotw firing line tor at least a month, -are'-novr 'tactical German reserve STAY AT WORK 'Vancouver, Aug. a J ioura of the time go on itrike, Vancouver telegraphers early this morning were-" directed from Montreal to remain, at work. SIR P. UEBLANC MAY DIE -Quebec, P. Le- bfanc, lieutenant governor of becj'ls in a precarious condition and-'was administered the rites ef the church." INTO PORT A Canadian Atlantic Port, Aug. 29. N'cvr Foundlahd three-masted schooner. liianca, before reported cap lured mid sunk by a German subtnar ine oft this coast, into this morning. The-Elanca, v.'hicl s nhandoncd by her crew by order the U bo-it wns up adrift three days by a Ifostoi fiehfng Bchooticr fitted with ati aiwil larjy engine. FRIDAY'S GROCERY SPECIALS WE DELIVER THE GOODS AT UNDERNOTED PRICES 25c lie 44c 30c 43c Gem Lye. 2 tint Jello Powders, sssorted. Per packet........................ 1 ;b. tins Tuxedo Ground Coffee. Per Ib............................. Robin Hood Rotted Oats, round drums. Per pkt.......................... Finest Tomatoes, ZVz siie tins. 2 tfns......................'....... Christies'" Arrowroot Biscuits. Per Ib....................... SunPgM Soap, 7 bars Chloride of l.ime, Z pkls........................ Regal Sail. 2 pkls..................'..... New Potatoes. 8 Ibs......................... 30c ,50c 2Sc ?.4c 25c CANADA FOOD BOARD LICENSE NUMBERS, 8--29902, 6-251. Every Hour Phone 313 citizens. Mr, 3nce at s-30- company (life sea- and are moviqg shortly5011 aro carrying a special carload of Central Alberta." Mr. Uryau has .scenery, new illusions and properties. (he Tnvlttdal visKlag dis- rtcr, interestlug herself iu the health i the Hciiwhchihiren sail seeklog tlicj "o-opera lion, of the- parcn t s. Tbe local church; met on1 bntl-jy niglii. Kiiianeial reports vere very encouraging, and the ral good. .It .was do- lat'ctn ?.i -Ihe- parsonage. Ttie ccn- ract Is Jet to'Mr. Grant. 4s the fall approaches the E a coranitinityi life program arises. 3ne thing TVS arc .assured ot, -a noving picture eutcrtalniiietil at rc- ;ular inlervElj; Vilh supplied .the extension department of the j nirersUy A new travcUing library be on land any day now. Kverybofly should all the USG of it thai 'hey tan. 'or further in if ortnation :isV: Mr. Bos somebody, >leaw.- comjilain ihout the CotiirtaJe teieyhonc service. service is so p-oituctue af iirolanity. as t'o he alniost a moral .Irou Springs was a Coalciate visitor la t teek 12-Mile school has bren move I 'Ubok oiiL for the scftool fair at Coal- ale 35. Get a prise and get Digested. MTLK'AIVEK ionecr Motor and Machine Co. 3 leaving Coalflale. Mr. Lock wood Is lo take over tho lassey Harris agency here. The school hoard met last week and onsidereu" the question of a new irincipat. They decided upon Mr. Ichorffold, Jf.A.. (Cuntaul. who comes cry rccoinmeiuled front hia revious position at Fonofca. Gwiect ftiwl olhRr Jinprot'e- ECliCol grounds are lo Be once.. 3IIss' Davidson of unique, anil constitutes one ot the rnosc extraordtaary theatrical ttons on tour. AT .THE EMPRESS Kvtry phase ol human, life and its emotions has heen sMUully intcrprel- eU in nimiBg of "Which the latest Uluebtrd In which Klla Hall and Friscilla Dean will appear at the Kmpress theatre tonight., .There avr. scenes of_ palatlM rcsUletices iu shovvEng neaulffiil gav dens and drives thai surround these homes Southern millionaires, and In striking corilfast Eceucs ol dance halls anil other den's of ill pule. Ijove, pure and uiidefiletl, touched, by (lie lure, the bright lights, stands out in Us trnn'sceod ant beauty; while that filing times calletl Jove out iu lealitv but passion, its cunning false attractions shown in ghastly truthful- ness, 13 shown Htigai'ueJ "upon screen. Eddte King Sutherland, ne- phey ot the wall known ac-trcsp Ulattclic is leading 'male' sup port, together irilh aii excellent cast chosen after "careful AT THE ORPBBIJM Frank Paine star, who ill be seen in the leading role in tne Patlie rlay, "Ruler ot llic Hoad, at the Orpheum theaiTe toniglii, ra- cenXly, delivered a.patriotic speech.nt Ked Cross auction sale in tjbs which preciiiltalcd, spirited bid- ding for: an_ album containing auto- _ gnnhed jttclurt ot stars Tha I CLASH AVERTED londuras liiive averted Uu-ic threaten- d armed clash DTfir R standiUB. oundan dispute bi_ agreeing, at the luest of the Unite'd Stiles lo raw all troops from tlielr borders and ubrait tlie controversy to tlte'United Stales throngli tlioir uiimster-i at CONDEMN TIMBER Seattle, Wash., Aug.; on natriicllons from the war depart- nont, United fetntcs Altoruuy Saun- ers will institute'court proceedings IG announced hero today to condemn or alrcrall purposes many million nf eel cf stfruco timber in_ Glallam .ounlr owned 'L1 C ioodycar .Lumber company of Seat- Ic. The- action fs (o lie taken fol- owing failure bC'tlie goTerniiicnl to ecurb the limber at .what was ceil' [fdered _a: rcasonflblc price. Mdding had leBuh to 'lag after 4 MH had Been offered. Then 31r. Keenan came to tbe During his address the bids eaped upward a hundred dollars iirie. Tliey passed the mark. V roicc_ from :the crowd shouted: 'Hold ii; Mr. you can make hem give {C.OOO.1 A "second Inter a big .soldier boj umped to tho platform beside "the 'a'.he Elai; He said: 'I've been'listennig to .Mr, Keenan rying to persuade. you to loosen up: le's made me cry and lie's made lols yon cry too. 1 fcnoiv 'what he's aiding alioiit and what Ho is trj-ing o get tills money for.- He's going to el for, lhat album and Urn ng to slick- by him until be Wlu'ii Hie bidding reached the. COO mark Ihe soldier lioj- Jumne against Claeilla-ond as the. result; hcr-a> husband sues- her .-for divorce. -Tha judge, wiio hears feels thar ihe -evidence" poinls to her guilt .arid. Claudia' kiios-s that lie teels this ID u i otcnce L'audia frova a wild plan the judge that he can not relj on evidente The plan and'the way-it is piit -into" effect make some of flie bfesest and strongest situations ever "seen'Su. vie- tures. you v.'lll enjoy Miss -lEtvidgc'-, acling !u the Tenth Case and you enjo> the plctura_ia menseU See It ot Iho St theatre oil aud Saturday WAS SUNK SI. Pierre "llifiuelqn, Aug. Twenty (our men coinprisliiB the irevv of the fiahlns Ediooner (.iloam tig of mnenburs, NV S., were pick- ed np in rtorica hoar here today and reported tlial their vessel had beer sunk by a "German' submarine. BIG POTATO CROP Winnipeg Ang 28 ttie potato crop of llanitoba for ISIS will be wel over bushels wn< the estl ANCHOR-DONALDSON LINE POPULAB SERVICE Canada to Glasgow For full information'apply to Agent Company's- Main St Winnipeg WHAT TO USE-TO PREVENT APPENDICITIS Lclhbridge people should know slni pie 'huckthorn Glyccripc, etc. a- jVdlcr-l-tn, flushes the EN T1HK bowel Irarl so completely Ihn appciidlcitls fi rrsvcnlel nttt Adler-i-kn relieves sour gas or LAST T.'MES; TONIGHT CONSTANCE TALMADGE IN "THE STUDIO GIRL" AND.SATURDAY JUNE ELV1DGE IN, k "THE TENTH CASE" FRANK KEENAN ia A powerful Railroad Story. ''Ruler of the Road SPECfAL LABOR ATTRACTION MATINEE AND NIGHT Next Mon., Sept. 2 ALL THE WORLD LOVES A MYSTERY ONE DAY ONLY TWO AND A HALF HOURS WOttOtRFUl. I AMAZING MENT EVERYTHING V NEW SEASON HE KNOWS uhlch cloRRCd your: Tho fs'STANT ncllcn sur pnsps liolh rtoctors ant) pillents 1 D HlglnliOllmni H. Co, Mil, drug la, AND HIS COMPANY OF MODERN WONDER WORKERS POPULAR PRICES: Mitintti UK; Night 75c .DAINTY ONLY in "Which Woman" Supported bx Dtin Clever Cart. Thti It drmttM treat It'i a Bluebird Here Co I ;