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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 17, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta 1018 THE LETimWDGE DAILY HERALD PAGE FIVE Americans Hold Positions In Sector East of WHh the American Army In July the Asso ciated American Operating with the French a point Whire counter attacks were carried were attacked again this morning by the enemy by reason cf the native of the were aale to slight gains at some while at others tho Am eritaos again pided their wa The lines here have been wav ering back and forth for the last twentyfour hours and the result of the etttlft operation it Indefin HOLD ALL POSITIONS With the American Army In July ordinarily heavy artillery fire hat been In progress today along the Marne front between Chateau Thierry and Eatt of Rhelmt the American troops In their sector are holding all In some sectors quiet equals that previous to the pres ent but there appears to be signs of further RESERVES IN July the Marne front our troopsi at this second and perhaps Aur general re already are Itttthe says the Tempt in review ing the progrett of the Where our have assumed the offensive to the north of La ChapelleMont Hodon we have regained BRING DOWN Withthe American Armies In July German airplanes and one balloon were destroyed by American aviators In the fighting over on the River Not July Reuters Ot tawa dispatch from French headquarters late last night Germans put np a fight but were quite unable to Vithstand the al lied Prisoners complain that this Amer ican artillery was too nctivo ami tho troops too Wo Inflicted extraordinary heavy casualties during the which is continuing with Increased It has been ascertained that the en emy used a large number of reserves since yesterday A small local attack on the of ChateauThierry wns soon All July commun ique for Tuesday reports the cooper ation of American troops with the French east of Rhelms in successfully epulsing enemy attacks at all Packet pf FLY PADS WILL MtiRF WORTH Of ANY STICKY n V CATCHER says general attack was not re newed Operations of a local character with the balance of success with the It Is expected thai the stabiliza tion of tho line reached in a few Todays operations were shown by the position In which various Ger man commanders found themselves after yesterdays In this re gard the battle differs entirely from the second day of the March and May offensives when the Germans pursued their original plan most and It was several days before the German gains were Counter July Keutere Ot tawa correspond ent in a dispatch from American head quarters says The combined FrancoAmerican forces launched a heavy counter at tack yesterday morning between Sta gan and ChapelleMonthoden and drove back the enemy varying dist ancea along the whole captur Ing the villages of Chapelle and Hill Comparatively large forces o Americans were We in creased the number of prisoners ap preciably and all operations are progressing very Tn Slight Progress On the French Front In uly slight pro has been made by the enemy on ho front west of hut his hope if effecting a breach in the line was lot The allied method of defence prov ed wonderfully everywhere resulting in maintaining the armies Phenomenal British Headquarters In July Reuters Ottawa Agen phenomenal storm over Northern France Monday ac companied by incessant Sixty flashes of lightning were count ed in one The fall of rain and hail was most heavy and contin ued throughout the as is most the storm extends as far as the Champagne it must af fect 1n marked manner the progress of the as the mended with chalk were inches deep with which the downpour would con vert Into a slippery Today tho weather was hot and ARE FIGHTING July the second day of the crown princes great offen sive the fighting lapsed into a disjoint ed series of local al though fought with the greatest bit CONS1ANTP1 EATING For two I fiuiivrcd tortures from Severe I liad constant pains after filling pains down the sides and bad and horrible bitter stuff often came up in my I tried but they did not help But as soon as I started taking began to Improve and this niiidlf of fruit mo when everything else HUDSON M a 6 for trial size At all dealers or sent pgstpaid by Fruitatives July chairman of the pensions who is in Vancouver today stated in an Interview i tho Federal docs not see Its way clear to givtm the pensions a free hand in the administra tion of Its own slaiC ho be com pelled to tender his as a Commander Rost UiinVs that the Civil Service Act cannot he ap plied successfully to tho sptcial work of the pensions department MACHINISTS July twcen seven and eight thous skilled tool makers and their 0 mostly em pipy od on govern ment walked nf their places of employment in various plants in thin district today on etrlke for higher fy Some of the larger planU ff fected arc tho Splltdorf Llnm fy tho Wostlnghottso Com the Kdlson Company at and tho International Arms and Fuse Company 5 says a dispatch from tho Reuter cor rcspondenfat sent froi there at eight oclock this These local he con tinues have been undertaken in the hope of saving what may yet be sav ed from the wreck of Mondays The German push down the Marne Valley may progress a few miles fur ther before being brought to a stand for they are fighting hard But the French are posted strongly on the heights overlooking the course of the river and it is doubtful whether serious gains can be made by the in a Colossal July tho Paris mili tary Critics are In agreement today in the view that yesterday still fur ther accentuated tliei failure of the German the Ilavas Agency notes in todays review of the trend of the It is perhaps too early to speak of says the Echo De but we may say that tho enemy has suf fered a gigantic failure which will cause a sensation throughout Ger In Le Henry Didou notes that the Initial in which the offensive developed its full has been checked and that conse quently the battle has degenerated into partial or local It may be he that the fifth German offensive is a very severe defeat for lie The newspapers generally asW the public to have the fullest They noted that the Germans already have thrown support divisions Into the whereas up to last evening the French had not employed their July air attacks were made during June by the allies against Gorman owns and according to a statement issued at Twelve of these were against Industrial districts in Alsace Lorraine and Four were agaJst the Dlllingen and Saarbrucken and one each at various plac es in the Rhine The reports admit that slight dam age was done to furnaces In the Saarbrucken region and at Ludwlgs while the damage to private houses is said to be Thirtyfour persons have been killed and thirtyseven severely Thirtyfive others suffered slight Makes a good car better For Piston Pins PISTON pins receive the full force of every Unless their bearings are adequately cushioned with oil of correct body and lubricating they soon wear with vibration that racks cqnnecting rod and crankshaft Correct lubrication guardsyour motor against this BEWARE OF kNOCKS i Every knock in yout engine i a danger Knocks mean extra excessive wear on moving I hey foretell increased intrinsic car And often the cause of these knocks is the use of the wrong Dont wait for that metallic warning from a worn part before you realize that there is a great difference between Help save your engine today from that breakdown of tomorrow by the use of E TELEGRAPH LINES July executive order byv President Wilson taking over trunk line telephone and telegrapl and delegating control ol them to Postmaster General Burleson is expected today Or Ar rangements for government operation of the lines virtually are completed but there will ba no announcement o details until the presidents order 1 It is understood that plans of th government contemplate consolldatlo of the telegraph and telephone sys so that telephone trunk line may be userf simultaneously for me aages and FIJI ISLAND VOLUNTEERS July third volunteer from FIJI reach ed here on the steamer Niagara The party numbers 28 men under the command of Sergeant former ly ot Sergeant Home said that about 12 per of the total white population of 3500 are men o military and that the Fijian government is consid ering the passage a conscription July dras tic curtailment of the socalled lesser essential Industries may result from the enlargement of the war the consequent increasing demand for steel and existing shortage in the War requirements for the last six months of this year will be approxim ately tons the war industry board announced The greatest output of a like period for the steel Industry was the board BELIEVE CITY UTO RENTS TO TEUTON DYNASTY AT 81 ARLANfJ Tho direction of Ghosts ot Yoster which will be shown at Star and tonight and Is by harlos for many yearn ated with and recently eft aged with Tho Sncret of the Storm Miss Talmadges leading inn IB Eugono also with hef n Poppy and The and now njoying a hit on Broadway In The Jounlry Others tn this all tar oast include Stuart villain t thoiiHnnd screen plays Dati ono of tho hnst Known character vomen on tho and recently with onstancrs Tnlmadko In Scandal Daly released from tho cast of Erstwhile Susan to fill en gagements with several film compan es anil Ilcniy also an ex perienced performer on the legitim ate stage and the With such a sumptuous production of a dramatic success by a writer so well known as Rupert and supported by a group of such recogniz ed it is easily understood why Norma Talmadges latoat Ghosts of is a phenonj enal r AT THE MAJESTIC Peg O1 My Hartley Man ners famous comedy with Belva Mor rell In the original role of Peg which will be the attraction at tho Majestic Theatre on Tuesday and Wednesday next is one of the very few dramatic offerings nowadays that can boast of two years continu ous run in New The author hart a hard time to convince producing managers that it was a good and It was left to Oliver Morosco to provn that he had the courage of hiscon victions that a play can be free of moral lessons and discussions of eith er Capital and labor or sexual and still be a good play and the breath of relief for which audiences everywhere had long been it Is brimful of humor and comic ItWlons It Is not without an abua ance of heart AT THE EMPRESS SEE THIS PICTURE SURE Those who have not seen amous book My Four Years in Ger many in pictures at the should not lose the opportunity of witnessing one of the greatest pictures on the war ever In spite of the heat it Is worth while to KO and see this in seven It is a history of how the war and of how the United States was finally compelled to take sides with the other world democracies against ihe Hun It has both body and lubricating qualities that minimizejvpar and It flows freely at all not break down and run thin when your motor heats It lessens carbon softens your car running smoothly and delivering full power day in day Polarine4s made in twq and Polanne It is supplied in one and four gallon sealed also in gallon steel barrels and half There are also Polarine oils and greases for effective transmission and differential Buy Polarine where you get Premier the sign of the Write tu tt Room 704 Imftrlal Oil for interating foelM on Polarlm for Automobile Lubrication IMPERIAL OIL LIMITED BRANCHES THBOUflHOUT CANADA POLAIUNE FOR v PISTON PINS July opening Sas katoons fair this Hon director of food production for made public some striking figures on the increase In production As a basis he took the average pro duction of foodstuffs of three years preceding the war average as compared vvith the production in the twelve ended July showed the following increases Increased wheat and wheat products shipments to the 40 per or pork shipments 000 Increased beef 000 Increased butter Increased cheese shipments 000 Increased egg shipments These increases said Dun amid showed that Can ada was Indeed makingExtraordinary efforts today toward feeding the Dunnteg also remarked It is true that in certain areas ot the prov ince the farmers are up against very considerable difficulties in their work of Increasing production owing to the lack of I feel how that the same indomitable spirit which has placed Saskatchewan agriculture in its present proud posi tion will enable present difficulties to be The Canadian soldier in France has a right to expect that the Canadian farmer will meet hla diffi culty and handicaps in the same spirit as the soldier must meet and further the soldier on the battle field has the right to expect that the farmer who loses his crop by droughts shall not render impossible the sow ing of that land for iflSNCE TO TAX HI July right of the provincial government tp legislate in connection with Imposing a land tax on the Hud sons Bay was upheld by Justice Lambont In the preme court of Saskatchewan to day when judgment wat rendered In the case of Brttts Lake Rural Municipality versus the Hudsons Bay An appeal will be taken to the privy About of taxes annually are at stake as almost eery munici pality in the province contains more or land of Bay Quite a controversy has arisen al the city hall over an opinion given by City Solicitor Ball to the effect that the city is entitled to collect the rents on property bought In by the city at the recent tax There Is a difference of opinion as to this pro hut the city ia preparing a list of all improved property bought in at the tax and notices are being served on the tenants that hereafter the rent nuistbe paid to the Ball bases his claim on the judgment In an Ontario It is thought likely that the owners of some of this prop erty will make a test case of it to determine who shall have the rents during the redemption and the Alberta courts will then set a piece Tlie question is also asked whether the city would to return the rents collected on such property in case the owner of the property re deemed within the stipulated other ciuestion Is It the reiit collected by the city for one jfear exceeds the amount of taxes for which the property was sold te the the rentals collected do not wipe off the tax leaving the property standing in tho owners The council discussed various phases of the and it was thought best to follow the advice of the city solicitor if property owners mnke a fight for the rents dur ing the redemption to make a test case of It in the Alberta courts July Von Seyd the Austrian delivered his expected address in the lower house of the Austrian relchsrafch yis says a Vienna The the message was received by the Czechs with up roarious shouts and by thr German with loutl Speaking on the situatlon in Aus Von Seydler said internal propaganda methods o our enemy are so absutd they only testify to their profound ignoi ance of our These ar rows will rebound against our iin sliakeible devotion Ho the dynasty the loyalty of our citizens to th state and the internal cohesion jot ou state within the framework of the We shniild look cheerfully into tho Unity with bur loyal we shall be able to enforce the end of the world AT THE ORPHEIJM The feature at the Orpheum tonight Is A Wife With a There are also other food features on the pro ECZEMA GUARANTEED AND SOLD IN BRIDGE BY THE KENNY A ALLIN ON BRITISH SHIPS July the 929 American troops brought to Europe in the months of May and were car ried in British according to a statement made In the house of commons today by Sir Leon Mon parliamentary secretary to the ministry of ITALIAN SUNK New July Ital ian steamship 9921 tons engaged American wat recently tunk In a coltition near according to reports received here today In Marine Napoll wat in the service of the Italian government transporting army supplies from the United SPECIAL STAMPEDE WEEK ATTRACTION TWO NIGHTS JULY 2324 The United Producing Present the Mott Fascinating Comedy of All Time PERSHING AND BLISS DECORATED July has been awarded the Grand Cross of the Order of the and General Ameri can representative at t sup reme war has been given the Grand Cross of the Order of Michael and This was officially announced TO SUE FOR LIBEE July La wIM take action for libel to the amount of against La vergne complains of an article published liuyesterdays issue of in which allusions were made to the habeas corpus writ excitement at present sweep Ing IN SHAPE AGAIN July Turkish cruiser Medjiilieh which was sunk In and subsequently raised by the has arrived at Constant having been seized by the Ger nans at according to the Constantinople correspondent of Ger manian of COURT MARTIALLED July Warrant Officer and Acting Warrant Officer of the will face a general court martial to morrow at Wyclitfo follow ing an investigation by re garding certain Sergeant Wilson and Cadet Debera also will be tried on other TEG O MY HEART By Hartley Minnert The Play that has sent a of laughter around the Special Summer FalrTlmt Prlcti 50c BUTTERFLY A WIFE WITH A PAST Many Other Qood A if Show for the M M fm AMBASSADOR JAMES GERARDS UMPRESli My Four in Germany tl TONIGHT FRIDAY AND SATURDAY THIS WEEK FRANK KEENAN IN LQAOW TONIGHTAND TOMORROW SELECT PICTURES PRESENT NORMA TALMADGE IN THE LATE LAMENTED TWOREEL KEYSTONE GHOSTS OF YESTERDAY1 ;