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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 15, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta f JULY 1018 THE LETimmDGE DAILY HERALD PAGE FIVE Germans Making Little Progress At this mamtitf lent bombardment waa becoming frett The day epsned but low clouds art now scurrying ovsr the threatening With tha American Army On lha Mttatv JWf raeaLfad CVre shortly on the fight ing to toa aftai Of ftheims said that to aaoat aa hour previously had made ao pratraas whatever IB the Oontfe tha Amarlcan counttr lhe Osnaat aaltatca appeared to have the Hver Tho town at mentioned as tho scene ot an American counter tack probably la which lisa about S 14 miles south ot the Mama and alght mUea southeast of A Paint With tha American Army on The MarneVJnly op orations at appeared to be a for soon after it began the Oer attacked all along the where they alraaSy were gallantly op by more of the American troops and the The first crossing was made at the jeak of the big river The American gunners and infantrymen fought and died where rthey stood With the American Army on UM July Irom Vsux thla afternoon indicate that the had adranoad their lias til this ration hi the face ot de tarplaed enontr The ad ranoe attended a distance of approx imately 760 but the Americans stbWisntly withdraw to their orl laal line for atmaglcai Twantyaifht damans were taken prteoaer In this sMtet The American hero broke up the waves and drove thorn baolf in French Thern On The French Front In Some of the severest fight ing ot the war was taking plaoo today OB the front between Chateau Thierry and the Main De Masslgea along a front ot about BO Tho most Violent are occurring in the neighborhood ot Dormant on the whore the Germans are attempting to cross the The latest Information that the enemy demonstration on the east ern limits of the Champagne is being held 6y the French army under the command of one ot the most brilliant of Frances who made his reputation in the colonies and at the Road to Paris July Germans have selected the road to Paris tor re newal of their officers hero be ieved judging from early reports on tho violent movement which be can at Whether the effort is designed to be pressed against tho French Capita or to pave tho way for a later assault of HOW TO GET RID OF Frultatlwi Point the Wai to Quick Relief I suffered tor a number of yean with and severe Pains IM my Sidt and caused by strains and heavy When 1 had given up hope of ever bolng well a friend recom mended Frultatlvcs to mo and aftor using the first box I foil so batter that I continued to tftko them and now I am enjoylnf tho best of thanks to your wonderful fruit Pruitatlves are sold by all dealers fit a 0 for trlnl or sent postpaid by FrultaUves r THft EMPRESS Amiens on tho road to the channel believed to be the main object of the whole German was the subject of Interested Employment of heavy artilleay to batter towns and communications far beyond the defence indicated that the delayed grand offensive has open Official reports relative to the grand offensive begun this morning against the allied positions show that It la tho most ambitious stroke since March when the Germans launched their offensive against the British lines from tho vicinity of Arraa to La The front the1 March 21 offensive wao reported to be about 65 miles In Tho one over which the Ger mans are attacking today is approxi mately fifty miles from Chateau Thi on the west to In the in the Tho Germans followed their most recent tactics of beginning an offen There was a brief artillery pre of tho greatest violence and then came the advance of assault A New There to have been a new featurs In this Great naval guns had boen brought up hind the enemy lines and towns and citiesfar behind the actual battle are now under The vio lence of this cannonade is evidenced by the fact that the city of 25 miles west of ChateauThierry was under firo of great projectiles during tho The apparent purpose of tho Germans In along the line from ChateauThierryeaet along Marne oyer the rolling hills to Rheims and thenco eastward to was similar to that the great at tack along the Aisno late in They evidently hoped to find the al lies loss Well prepared in this sector PEMBROKE HAS ANOTHER BAD FIRE July Ing where the conflagration ef June fifteen Pembroke this morning had another disastrous Involving leee of lit which Is Included one of the towns moot Important the plant of the Thomss Pink munlt lone The damage to thle flrme premises le estimated at than In spite of the pulie of tho Germans before Rheims early In it may be that thft al lied line eastward from ChateauThi erry had been moro thlnlr hold than that from ChateauThierry north to the Alftpe and thenoe through tha ardy sector German aasaultlnpc troops might thus expect to encounter leas anoe tn sectors east of Chateau Thierry and the Germans possibly hoped tor which would compel an allied retirement from tho Verdun and Mlhiel the north bank of tho Marne Is held by the Germans for a distance 6f about twentyfive miles oast of Cha teauThierry A attack In the Rhelms Rector might force the al lies tb fall back on tho Marne still fur ther east and give the Germane com mand of the communication system by which the French and American troops at Verdun and MlhJel are supplied with food and In this district is tho city of Chal which Is reputed to bo an Import ant It is approximately 18 miles back of the lino whore the ar mies are locked In a death struggle Americans aro engaged In the battle at ChateauThierry and eastward along the Marno for some Their positions extend northwest of ChateauThlorry to the village of Tor on the Clingon and east ward along the Marne to where they have been engaged in local fighting General Liggett has about the first army In this So far as known no American troops are in the neigh borhood of which seems to be the centre of the tremendous storm loosed toy the enemy at dawn There have been Italian forces on the line to the southwest of un der attack in the present TUESDAYS GROCERY SPECIALS Kelloggs Rice Large Sale 3 packets Large Packets Bull Dog ftale 3 packets B tins Corn Sals per tin Finest Icing also Bar Sale 2 Royal Crown Sale 10 bars 36c 56c 50c targe B tins Eggo Baking Sole Price 6 tins Finest Sale 10 Granulated Sale Price Kelloeggs Ooorn Sale 10 packets 4 palls Raspberry Sale Price 99c 85c AN official of theDominion Oov who is at present at superin tending grading of wool in that computes that clip Southern Alberta Wool Grow ers will be about a million and a half This IB an increase for this asaocisttion of twentyfive per laat Although It Is yet too early to make an estimate of the In crease expected throughout the wtiole of the Canadian Prairie It is not expected that the average la crease will be less tnaa that ot UM Southern Alberta Orewm In other an la crease of approximately twentyfive per cant is looked for In the clip of Western Canada over thatft laat Shearing has now and will be In full swing before the middle of The increase in tha numbwr of lambs this year has a very satisfactory bains be tween hundred and one huadMd and ifty tar cent of the sice of the The Canadian Cooperative Wool Gpowors whkh was formed last Is all ready to handle years Two houasa have been secured In to which wool of tals Aaaoelatton will be sMI atorw for A majorttr the Canadian sheep raians ajrt tnambsM ot the tout U Is much wool will be lhaadled for ae eeveral million pounds will be through this channel during Ma growth of the sheep tamers ot Weaetrn Can during the laat few yspn Ma a remarkable At ttMsettlr to those who do not know U Is not so 8urfrMagto who know thenatural tagee at tfce Speaking than Is ae part of the where a fanner can enajsajn ilk w at IIJOOMS the eouatry eiceU thia useful t law land gives thafarm in Weaavra Canada tage over farther Itils dtwtag tae asaJw vawi maytad Uaalliay an the fantf W CMia4a Tho high ftiaihy of with denpud and good tww o Uje farnasra aisWtU as tha s that we r Tho oilpo W on theij row Is an afnm age tha industry in the teaiive Umtag Tfistrleta tbare UP to a taw aim It IfcwK tor taraMta In saah als Ho wb a large stretch of of toak for tor beosMing That this asvatapsoeat of dustry will contribute te Deliveries Every Hour to an Intense which many casualties and cut off all communication by wire with tho front line Mo handled the situa tion with suoh skill and initiative that when tho attacked the casual ties had been and replaced by reinforcements and communication Owing to his powers of command and the spirit he inspired in his men the attack was repulsed on tho great est part of his while whore the enemy penetrated into tho frontline they were counterattacked and held at toay until reinforcements The enemy wore driven back with heavy losses and tho position com pletely This short account can give little iden of tho desperate fighting Jackson went But it must have been desperate to win him another bar to his The Isnt given for Lieutenant Colonel Jackson has been fortunate in surviving through over three years of heavy fighting at the He is still in while thousands who went to war with him have died or been AT THE OBPBEUM and tho Gorman Ideas and of World But no individual can speak so au thoritatively and from knowl edge of tho real facts BS Ambassador James In tho wonderful feature film pro duction made from Ambassador James Gerards My Pour Years in you see scene after scene that eloquently exposes tho Prussian menace to American and world free You see the kaiser toll after he had churlishly refused to tree him for six months that America had better look out after this I will stand no nonsense from You see the overrunning of the Ger man prison the Uboat war tho underground pages of Ger man diplomacy that Germany never intended Americans to find At the Empress fto WNifenHMs star Men an MM otWsjtam PATH MEMOES By Robert Among the heroes of the war Is That name may have a familiar ound to It oustht Arnold Jackson is the English run ner who saved England from total athletic extinction at the Olympic games held in Stockholm in by lefeating John Paul Mel Shep Abel Norman Oscar Hodlund and Wai er McClure of the greatest mile runners America ever produced nthe meter Mel Sheppard was former Olympic champion and John Paul Tones was worlds recordholder for the onemile Abel Kiviat was worlds recordholder for the meter Norman Taber afterward jroke mile v After that meet at Stockholm Arnold Jackson was Englands greatest once supreme in athletic but now outclassed by Ameri had held desperately to her hon ors ilk middle distance and long dis tance Frenchmen and Italians had outrun her long distance Her one refuge was the one mile run or the 1500 meter event that akes its place in the And lere were halt a dozen men appar ently able to beat the best England could Ignored by At the beginning of the race Jack son was ignored the Americans who never dreamed that he would be a dangerous Three Ameri Kiviat and were busy watching other and trying to get the jiynp or the finish when suddenly the lanky running as K the winga of the messenger of the godfl were on his flashed past Taken completely by the American runners tried desper ately tocatch but too Kiviat finished a yard tiehlnd the English finishing and as did the others wfto closely follow But Jackson had given every ounce of strength he He had used ulti mate resources of his stamina and As lie crossed the line ho and it was an hour before he recovered enough to leave the It was glorious victory for Eng gloriously England made the most of When he went home Jackson was eutertalnedlike a return ing x Later visited United States AS captain of an Oxford relay team University of Pennsylvania milers in the Pennsyl vania relay Jackson ran the fin al toeat of the Against him was Madiera of Pennsylvania reached McCurdy forMhe last 10 yards ahead of Taber ot So Jackion had 10 yards to make He did it in the first fO running at a tremendous Then he ran even with McCurdy until the laat 50 Jaokeon was six head taller than the stock When the final sprint to the of the crowd and of Jack McCurdy refuted to be shaken It was McOurdya arm that struck the rope but the judges decided that Jacksons brass was inches ahead and Jackson won the Winning tha The official citation described Lieu tenant Colonel Jacksons feat as fol lows was subjected all day Madame Bertha foremost tragedienne of the American appears in a new William Fox photo play at the Orpheum This picture is Love and and it opens tonight for a run of two Madame Kalich plays the part of a woman whose home life is wrecked by the intrusion of a man who falls in love with She repels his at and In revenge he ruins the and finally forces him to seek a AT STAR Madge whose popularity is spreading to every town where motion pictures are comes to Starland tonight and tomor row in The Service by Charles From every this Goldwyn film play is a distinct advance over any of her previous suc not even excepting The Dan ger conceded to be Madge Kennedys most notable achievement The Service Star is a play of the symbolizing by its title the flag of all While itif in no sense a war is not a battle scone in new production com bines the hopes and fears and prayers of every woman who has sent a man It tells the story of a heros waiting wife and the strange decep tion practiced on a draft board ant what discovery meant to everyone In addition to this excellent feature the second instalment ot The Hlstroy ot The War showing the German ant Belgian will be shown In this instalment the Kaiser is shown reviewing his troops as they start on their hellish errand to overrun Bel Good comedy will also be AT THE EMPRESS There have been many interesting viewpoints of the causes of war with HUSBAND SAVES WIFE From Suffering by Getting Her Lydia Pinkhams Vegetable For many months I was not ftble to do my work owing to a weakness which caused backache and A friend called m J attention to one oj your newsnapai advertisements am immediately mj husband bough three bottles oj Lydia Finkhama Vegetable Com pound for After taking two bottles 1 felt finq and my troubles caused by that weak ness are a thine of the past All women who suffer as I did should try Lydia Pinkhama Vegetable 620 Knapp Women who suffer from any form of as indicated by nervousness or the should accept Rohr bergs suggestion and give Lydia Pinkhams Vegetable Compound a thorough For over forty years It has been correcting such If you have mysterious complications write for Sdvicfl Lvdia k Finkham Medicine FLtfPADS WILI KltL MOP FUE Or STICKYf UY CATCHEP Clean to Sold by all Grocers and General ORPHEUM TONIGHT AND TOMORROW ONLY AN EVIL WOMAN AND AN EVIL MAN Conspire to break up the home where only peace and quiet had been At first aro successful but in the hus band and wife find happiness WILLIAM FOX presents BERTHA KALICH Supported by Stuart Holmse In His Drama of the Homo Love and Hate The Vivid Portrayal of a Womans Current Screen Maga zine Complete Changes thla EMPRESS FOUR DAYS STARTING TONIGHT PRICES 7Sc Main Floor 60o Children 2Sc The Picture of the Hour BloodStirring Not Fiction Ambassador Gerards Authorized VoraJM af Germany Produced by Mark and t Directed by William Nigh Scenario by Logue WHICH PACKED THt KNICK ERBOCKER NEW POR NEW YORK EVENING TELEGRAM The film Is an impressive showing clearly the iniquity of the German NEW YORK TELEGRAPH The Knickerbocker has a new and particularly Interesting off It is a motion to be but Jt is nothing less than My Four Years tn Ger the material of which has beenfurnished by former Ambassador It is one of the most enllght ening documents on the great war and conditions prevailing in HliTORY OF THE WAR Two TONIGHT AND TOMORROW GOUDWYN PRESENTS BEAUTIPU MADGE KENNED IN THE SERVICE STAR ;