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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - August 29, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta IITURSD AY, AUGUST 29. 1918 fHE LETHBRIDGE 0A1T.T HERALD PAGE FIVE Biggest Canadian Victory it London, Aug. 29.-The Times, reviewing thes of a drug called treozone, applied directly upon a tender, aching corn, instantly relieves soreness, and soon the entire corn, root and all. lifts right out. This drug is a sticky ether corn- lie bo many Canadian sons', .there still stands intact a great cross of timber. It is a site ilt tor a palace or king tor miles anil miles around the country lies In panoranin. Not two miles to the north is the silver thread of the .Scurpc and equidistant to the south is the Cojeul. North ot the Scarpe i.s the great hill known as grcenland which trains its batteries at will on Vimy. Ajras or on Moncliy. So great is its strategic value that after its capture yesterday the enemy won it back by a ma.-sed attack. Throughout the iircsent advance Its fire has considerably interfered with our advance. West ot .Mondiy the fighting was considerable but to the east it was Ions. Athwart the Carabrai the Brest swelling out from i)lain jirovidc natural redoubts for the defense of Monchy from frontal ,attack. From either flanks there are two rivers and from the rear are the Vesle and Hart Woods. Impregnable as was the place in feudal time.s, it is still well adapted for defense in ko'dcru waefare.. I-.ong pound, but dries at once and simplv. ., , , shrivels up the corn without iuflaming '^vhen pinned to their tren- or even irritating the surrounding tis- ^hes around Arras, the Canadians gaz-sue. ui)on Molichy as the prisoner upon Itestfifi Itself. Uut hard niit lo crack. Intelligence Service Uofore the liattlo opened our admirable liitelliKOUco service had compiled dctnllnd. and as it trannplrcd. accurate Informal ion of the whole on-omy position, mainly based on air pliotogrnplis. Tlio enemy decided to itstablish his line of resistanco astride the low oi)eu ground between Monchy and the twin hills. On the wostorn hIopos of Uic hills he placed his light guns, with his heavier machine guns strongly placed on tlieir eastern slopes, prepared to sweep the sky lino of any frontal advance. Half a mile back was an elaborate trench system, and everywhere' was wire. His heavy guns wen- massed in the wood cast of Jlon0 per pair. Friday and Saturday, ^ WE PREPAY FREIGHT also attained. "The Instrtrctions given by the German high command to the German troops are now o;' a decidedly dofiii-ite nature. They confess that the situation is serious I'or Germany. .ludg-ing from readal)li' reliable documents It aeems that only 24 fresh divisions, that is to say 24 divisions having been withdrawn Irom tljc firing line for at least a month. �re now all tactical German reserves." (Associated Press) Vladivostok. Aug. 28.-Entenlti allied and Czedio-Slovak patrols today Jjucceeded in disarming all the Russian volunteers who had revolted and had gone over to Lieut. General Hor-vath, the anti-BoIsheviki leader in iSasteru Siberia. CARPET SQUARES G only carpet squares sllglitly damaged In ^hipping at a big saving. ' 1 only, heavy quaftty Wilton, 9xlOVs, ctt aa Regular ?72,50 for .................... U^eUU 1 only, heavy �iU8lUy Wilton, !�jc12. 7P" aa Hegular ?S4.B() tor.................... I UeVv 1 only, deep pllo Axiuinsler, Veil. Cff AA Regular $05.00 for.................. u9�vU ' 1 only, good quality Tapestry, SxlO'^. OA AA Regular, *25.0O tor ............... .. 6y*Uu ODD CARPETS A few odd carpets to clear at good reductions. Three only good hard wearing Art Carpets In different sizes, 7Hxii >s� SxlOVa $6.75 $8.75 Two only, heavy quality wovei) matlUiK squares. Size TMixiCVi. ' � C 7C F[or only STAY AT WORK Vancouver, Aug. 29.-Within a few hours of the time appointed to go on strike, Vancouver telegraphers early this morning were directed from Montreal to remain at work. DISARM THEI* SIR P. LEBLANC MAY DIE Quebec, Aug. '29.-Sir P. Le-blanc, lieutenant governor of Quebec, is in a precarious condition and was administered the last rites ot the church. TOWED INTO PORT A Canadian Atlantic Port, Aug. 20. -Tho New Fovindland three-masted schooner Btanca, before reported captured and sunk by a German submarine oft this coast, wag towed into this port this morning. The Blanca, AVliioh abor I3ay). in order to accomnioilato the holiday crow'ds. Cunning will give a special matinee at 2,;'.il, and tlie regular evening performance at S.;!n. The company this season are carrying a special carload of scenery, new illusions and prop'erllss. Cnnniiig'.s portoniumco \a decidediy unique, and constitutes on