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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 16, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta f JULY DAILY HERALD PAGE FIVE GERMANS HAVE E ONLY Al ONE POINTiFRONT July French this afternoon were entrenched at Prunay behind the River two mlleefrom the the Cvenlna Standard It It the deepest pene tration thu enemy has effected In the region east of With the American Forces on the July German prisoners taken away to day say they are convinced that their commanders have been bea x American trcops shot down a carrier pigeon belonging to the enemy east of It was carrying a message from a German divisional iheadquarters saying thtit the situation was ser ious that the Germans saw no chance of making further progress In the vicinity of that July Reuters Ot tawa dispatch from a Router correspondent at French head quarters states that the Germane hnrt planned for the first day of their of When Your Liver Is out ol Order You know the lieavy sick bad taste in the latent Pay strict attention to these symptoms and get prompt relief by using Beechams A Sew stimulate the help the reg ulate the bowels and make great difference in yout general Nothing put you on your feet so quickly as a dose or two oi tensive an advance of twelve miles along the whole in crossing the the enemy losses were ap Finally they tfirew half a dozen pontoon two of which were 35 feet Inwidth and flung num erous troops The airmen rained on the concentrated troops waiting and the troopSv crossing tpe two ot which were destroyeilaltogeth No Uneasiness July circles qualified to judge express no uneasi ness over the alight advajico niado by the Germans south of the The Germans apparently have from 60 or 70 divisions In positions for the present offensive of which some 40 already have been Ths would mean a potential force of ap proximately with en A Crucial Test Londoni July present of fensive will be the crucial tost of Hie value ot the German scheme of relying mainly on shock troops con sisting of battalions formed by extract Ing all the best men from their Infan try and constituting them Into a kind of military The Tanks July Mall and Empire Important ele ment In the present battle will bo the work of The German tanks aro like fortified much more heav ily armed than the French or but are prafctically useless when they have to leave a road and slow The new French tanks can turn In their own The latest British tanks also have a power of mobility of much higher than thotr fore The development of tanks is a remarkable feature of the war and as they are Ideal machine gun they will play a more Important part than ever In the new RAILWAYMEN SAY THEY CANT ACCEPT OF POLICE HEADS PIUS S July of the police departments from all over the Dominion assembled here today for the three days convention of the Chief Constables Association of Can The feature of the morning ses sion was the annual report of George chief of police of and president of the After commenting on Dominion pro hibition and what It Is doing to de I irease the Military Service i and food the chief called attention to the necessity of police or ganizations preparing for after the war i All roads will lead to the Hudson i Bay on Wednesday morning j sees the close of their July Clearance Take the earand join the throng j will cost you the con trary it presents an opportunity for seldom to be See their advertisement on Miladi Nursing Mission PURE FRESH MILK From tuberculosistested cows requiring such milk for babies may do so milk Is free to those who pay for at cost to those who MASON July General Senator James president of the Home Bank and honorary treasurer of the Canadian Red died this afternoori at one following an opera General Mason was one ot Canadas best known bankers and military He served in the Fenian Raid and the Northwest Rebellion and found ed the Home He was born in Toronto in 1843 of Irish He was a Ro man Catholic and a Conserva THE CANADIAN BANK OF COMMERCE SIK EDMUND President H JONEi AM I Manager SIR JOHN Supt of Central Western Branches CAPITAL PAID T RESERVE THRIFT To provide for the future It Is necessary not only to but also to provide a safe place for your No better place can be found than Our Savings Lethbridge Collections For Business The satisfactory service which The Merchants Bank renders to Business in the matter of collecting Drafts and other financial is due to the number and strategic location of itf branches throughout and the efficient system in Special attention ia given to collections returns Are promptly made and credited losses are often prevented by the care and thoroughness with which we do this part of our Trie BANK Htad Office OF CANAPA Established UB1HBRIDGB MONARCH Actiag NOBLEFQHD July to Information received here the ex tra demands of the railway shop men over the McAdoo award would Involve an additional expen diture by all Canadian roads of practically Whlld the attitude of the men toward the general situation by the railway board has not been of ficially confident hope Is expressed that a strike will be July was a busy morning at tho headquarters of the There was a serious air about the shopmen as the fatal hour of two oclock It was recognized that matters had reached a chairman of the mens discussed the sit uation The announcement made at Ottawa last night after a conference of the war board with the does not change the situation one said So far as we are it was the same old offer made to ua by the the McAdoo schedule with amend The only difference in it is that this offer is wider in its applica It applies to unorganized as well as organized We have discussed the McAdoo schedule very fully in our negotiations with the war The proof that it is not acceptable in the United where it is found In the fact even there it was found necessary to draw up Of we have been offered the whatever they may but the trouble is that we have no idea of what they When our committee met the cab inet at they said to Be wait a few days and we will have the amendments to the McAdoo Our men have waiting since January and no progress has beenmade so Now the latest information le that the amendments to the McAdoo schedule will not be available until In the in accepting them we would be accepting slmething the na ture of what we do not We cannot keep our men waiting When the government asked us to wait we waited for some We took the time to send out a circular to the membership of the Tile reply to that circular was overwhelm ingly against further so on Friday last we served notice on the railway board that we would not de lay longer than this That notice was not by any means to be construed as a strike order it was just fixing a time limit in which nego tiations could be carried After the expiry of that we would have met and decided on our That course seems to be Labor men say the announcement at Ottawa yesterday regarding wages In the railway world showed The McAdoo award with amendments was offered to the men organized and unorganized and this already had been offered to the shopmen by the railway war board time and and But the philosophy of the thine was that in appealing to the various other trades engaged in rail way the government sought to retain them at work even in the event of a strike of In other a diversion in the ranks of railway labor tried This at is the view of the shopmen As proving the faith the Hudsons Pay has in the merits of its July Clear ance it has chartered the street railway service between the hours of 9 and 12 on Wednesday morning to enable you to attend the last few hours of that pressed and down The mom befl of the the minister declar were gofhg o apply their knowledge and sclnnno to tlie rescue ot a Which was tho nhrlne of all that was In and were being Inspired by a groat ideal to help In raising out of the depth of Into which she was thrown by Turkish niln and tyranny over a period three hundred f Good For The mission would lay Hint basis of sanitation and condition of healthy life which was the chief foundation of he was a work not only or interest to the Jewish race It was a work of Interest and value to tho whole be cause the prosperity of Palestine was the concern of It had been the privilege of the aillro to rescue this land from the hands of the German and it would be their greater privilege to rebuild the holy plftcSs and create conditions der which opportunities would be giv en to all peoples to llvo together in and mutual he Barnes said the British govern ment proclaimed its policy of Zionism because it believed that Zionism was identified with the policy and aims for which people wero struggling That policy was the pol icy ot allies In this It was the policy which he believed accorded with the wishes of vast numbers of the Jewish many of whom cast wistful eyes to Palnstlne as again de signed to be their national T BE OF THE ZIONISTS Barnes Welcomes Zionists and Tenders Support of Government July Wireless Britain has shown her sympathy with Jewish aspirations on numerous occasions and a fur ther evidence of this feeling has pro mised the establishment In Palestine of a Jewish national to which Jews of all who wish to un ite to spread the Influence of Jewish thought and ideals from to other parts of tho can do BO In complete harmony with other peo This was the declaration of George Nlcoll privy councillor and Labor member of the war to the members of the American Zionist Medical who are in England OH their way to at an official meeting of welcome in Work of Barnes described the work of the mission as of great moral as well as material signi ficance and said it was taking hope and succor to peoples long op Wednesday slogan will undoubted ly be Going to the Buy The reas on See their advertisement ou Mlladi July Ottawa at a luncheon of the British Empire League the expressed the fervent hope that the flag planted on Samoa In would mentioned that the most import ant business hitherto decided by the Imperial war conference was that the Dominions would have the opportunity of considering the terms of peace That was a great forward Speaking of his visit to Premier Massey said that the New Zealanders had no desire to return until Referring to he stated thai he would liketo see the raw material ot the Empire made into manufactur ed articles jwitliin the As regards the relations of the em ployers to the employes he hoped that more would be clone in profit sharing The Right In re ferring to the question of Pacific Is said We say plainly on behalf of the people of New Zealand and also the people of that under no cir cumstances must New Guinea and the Marshall Islands revert to Should such a calamity beall the whole of our people would feel inclined to despair of the motherland and the bonds o the Empire would be brought to a straining God forbid tha such a calamity should but it is best to be We dislike the German methods o colonization and the treatment o the native races we the Ger man economic methods and the under hand and cut throat devices of trade competition we are opposed td the reappeavance of Germany in the Pacific because Germanys predator instincts aro a menace to peace and Premier New sai that he had the opportunity of seeing New Foundland soldiers in England and in France and he desired to ex press the gratitude and appreciatioi his people to the mother countrj tor the way she had looked after them PRINCE ARTHUR OF CONNAUGHT COMING July Royal Prince Ar thur of Connaught reaches this city on Monday he will be met by His the Gov Acting Premier Farrls and members of the provincial A governmental address of wel come will be by It is understood that the Prince will not attend any social func since his tour through Can ada will be entirely concerned with military UK WlflN ON TOES why a corn Is so painful and says cutting makes them Press an electric button and yon form a contact with a live wire which rings the When your shoes press against your corn it pushes its sharp roots down upon a sensitive nerve and you get a shook of Instead of trimming your which jnerely makes them just step into any drug store and ask for a quarter of an ounce ot This will cost very little but is sufficient to remove every bard or soft corn or callus from ones A few drops applied di rectly upon a aching corn stops soreness and soon the up so it lifts right root and without This drug never inflames or even Irritates the surrounding tis sue or WEDNESDAYS GROCERY SPECIALS Lcfwneys 1 Sale Finest Cardston Creamery Sale Finest Grape Fruit 4 tins Sale Special Wagstaffe8 Raspberry finest Sale tin 100 Sacks bag Sale Special 47c 50c 75c 85c Round Circus Toilet 5 rolls Sale Special 20 Sacks Finest Sale Special Finest Ontario Sato Large Golden West Washing Sale Packets Hudson Bay 25c 30c Sale Special Deliveries Every Hour Phone 313 PREPARE TO TAKE OVER TEL LINES July Wilson today signed the wire control resolution empowering him to take over and operate for thn period of the war all cable and radio Preparations for taking over the runk line telegraph and telephone systems already have been made by he post office department and the un lerslanding Is President Wilson will entrust the government control Postmaster General Of iclals think action will be ordered BRITISH SUB DID v UP HUN UBOAT July forty mln recently a British submarine ac counted for a German The story in brief Is eiremy sub so dived and altered picked up perls altered tube torpedo Sharp explosion to surface and sighted oil right ahead with three men swimming in Two men were pick ed but the third sank before we could reach Survivors stated that submarine U was hit just before the conning STREET CAR July was without street car service to day as a result of a strike of em ployes which tied up every car within including the in terurban Union officials charged that the Georgia Railway and Power Company refused to ar bitrate differences arising from dismissal of men for joining to disregard Their military spying Is as perfect as such work can marred occa sionally by tho contempt they feel for other nations in military It is the German and we be lieve it a legitimate that they know America better than do Ameri but their error is in believing that in knowing America they know the Americans Americas entry Into the war proves this AT THE ORPHEIJM Bertha Kalich will appear In a new William Fox Love and which shows at the Orpheum theatre tonight for the last James Vincent directed the pic and Stuart Madeleine Le and Kenneth Hunter are In tho supporting The story tells how a woman fights off tho love of a man who tries to break up the happiness of her When the intruder finally succeeds in causing the husband to divorce his the woman goes to his apart ments repelling his forced atten shoots Then the husband realizes the trickery that had been played on and the family more Screen magazine and comedy 1YAIKIISATWAR AT STARLAND With an overwhelming record of successes to her Norma Tal Select has achieved the triumph of her career in Ghosts of adapted from Two VVo the dramatic hit by Rupert This prolific writer has had a long list of successful plays and nov including Empty and We Cant Have Two made famous as a vehicle by Leslie the international and Miss Tal madges interpretation of the leading role in the film adaptation is the most pretentious characterization she has and establishes eveh more firmly her position as a great emotion al In this Miss Talmadges productions are well known for the sumptuousness of their sots and the superb acting of their has outdone even her own record along these One for which portrays the interior of the Bal Tabarln in Pa will delight audiences with Its sheer its expensive gorgeous and the life of the gay throng in the Ghosts of Yewterday will be the feature at Starland on Wednesday and The Service Star Is the title of Goldwyns newest in which Madge Kennedy is presented at Starland It is in no sense a war not one sjene carrying a suggestion of the world The Germans before the as everyone knows made of es pionage a great national understand To be successful in this branch of the service it is unnecessary to go very minutely Into details of psy and we must admit that the Germans have thoroughly and scien tifically organized their entire sys 1 Spying is a very essential Ingre dient of Prussian and this natural tendency has been carefully cultivated so that no influence of per sonal honor or feeling shall be consid ered itit is for the national advantage LAST TIMES TONIGHT MADGE KENNEDY IN THE SERVICE ALSO Pathes History of the Great War See the Kaiser Himself Reviewing His Troops Before They Start to Overrun AND THURSDAY SELECT PICTURES PRESENT NORMA TALMAOGE OF E8TIRDAV ALSO TWOREEL KEYSTONE COMEDY the story Is woven around the activities of half a people who are deeply involved in the work ings of the national DONT fo FORGET to take some ZamBuk with you on your fishing Its just what youll need for rash and Ends pain and heals so All dealers 5flk am Buk OrpheuM TONIGHT LAST TIME FALSE TESTIMONY Given by the man who had ruined her causes Helen Sterling to be divorced from her She is infuriated by tho and she kills the man who spoke This part Is taken by Madame Bertha Kalich In her new William Fox Photo The Vivid Portrayal of a Wo mans Stuart Holmes is in the TONIGHT and Prices Boxes 75c Main Floor 50c Children 2Bo The Picture of the Hour AUTHORIZED VERSION OF i My Four Years in Germany1 BloodStirring Fktiwi ;