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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - July 17, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta iWEDNESDAY, JULY 17, 1918 THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD PAGE FIVE Americans Hold Positions In Sector East of Rheims \ I with the American Army In France, July 17i-(By the Adso-ciated ProBo.)-The American troops operating wltfi the French at a point wh^re counter attacks were carried r.ui yeaierc.iy, were attacked' again this morning by the enemy who, by reason cf the nature of the ground, were nalo to make alight gains at some places, while at others the Americans again p; >� I ed their wa" back. The lines here have been wav-ei-ing back and forth for the last twenty-four hours and the result of tfie entire operation Is indefinite. HOLD ALL POSITIONS With the American Army In France, July 17.-(2 p.m.)-Extraordinarily heavy artillery fire has been, in progress today along the Marne front between Chateau-Thierry and Dormans. East of Rheims the American troops in their sector are holding all' positions. In some sectors quiet equals that previous to the present offensive, but there appears to be signs of further activity. RESERVES IN ACTION. Paris, July 17.-On the Marne Clean to handle. Sold by nil Drug* gista, Grocers and Genera) Sfor�� front our troops^ of the second line, and perhaps our general reserves, already are ln~the action," says the Temps today, in reviewing the progress of the enemy's offensive. "Where our ^troops have assumed the offensive to the north of La Chapeile-IVIont Hodon wo have regained ground." BRING DOWN FIVE. With'the American Armies in France, July 17.-Five German airplapes and one balloon were destroyed by American aviators In the fighting over Dormans, on the River Marne. Not Received. London, July 17.-(Via Rcii(cr6 Ot tawa Agency.)-A dispatch from French headnuartora lato laat night says:  "The general attack was not ro-nowod today. Operations of a local character -�vlt)i the balance of success with the French, tookjiluce. * "It Is expected that the stabilization of the lino'\vill^be reached In a few days. "Today's operations ivore .sliowii by the position In which various Gorman commanders found themsoives after yesterday's falhire. In this regard the battle differs entirely from the second day ot the March and .May offensives when the Oermana pursued their original plan moat vigorously, nnd it was scveral''days before the German gains were checkqd. Counter Attack. London, July 17.-(Via Ileutera Ottawa Agency.)-Reuters correspond ent in a diapatcli from American headquarters says: ^ "The combined Franco-American forces launcliod a heavy counter attack yesterday morning hetween Sla gan and (Jhapclle-Monthodeu and drove back the enemy varying distances along the whole sector, capturing the villages of St. -�Vgan, Chapello-.Monthodon, and Hill y.VS. "Comparatively large forces ot Americans were engaged. Wo increased the number ot prisoners ap preclably and all operations aro now progressing very satlatactory. The Germans put up a stuhbrfrn fight but wore (julte unablo to SvllhSland the allied onrnsll. "PrlBoner.s complain lliat thfc American artillery was too nctivo and the troopa too fierce., "Wo inflicted extraordinary heavy casualties during the attack, wiilch la continuing with Increased violence. "It has been ascertained that the enemy used a largo number of resorvoa since yoaterday morning. A small local attack on the Americans-west ot Cluiteau-Thlorry was soon repulsed." All Repulsed. rvVaahlngton, July 17.-Thn commun Itiuo tor Tuesday reports the co-operation ot American troops with the French oast of Rlielma in successfully repulsing encnry attacks at all poinla. Slight Progress. -On the French l'"'ront In ' I'''rance, July 10:-Comparatively slight pro gress, has been made by the onemy on tho front west of Ithnlms, hut his Jiopo of effecting a breach In the line was not realized. Tho allied method of defence prov cd wonderfully eftocllvo, everywhere resulting in maintaining thIRS. HUDSON .MAKSIIBAXK. Mc. a box, 6 for $2.r/), trial .size 2uc. At all dealers or sent pgstpaid by Fruit-a-tivcs Limited, Olljiwii. says a' dispatch from tho Renter correspondent''at F'rencli lieadqiiartors, sent iroik there at eiglit o'clock this morning. These local actiona, ho con tlnues have been undfrtakon In tho hope of saving what may yet be sav ed from the -wreck of .Monday's hopes. Tho German push down the Marne Valley may progreas a few miles further before being brotifiit to a stand still, for they are tigluiug hard here. But the French are posie;! strongly on tho heights overlooking the coui-so ot tho rlvor and it is doubtful whether serious gains can bo made by the invaders, fc Colossal Failure. Paris, July 17.-Ail (he Paris mill tary 'Critics are In agreement today In the view that yesterday still fur ther accentuated llie^ failure ot the Gorman offensive, t!ie Ilavas Agency notes in today's review ot tlie trend of tho comment. "It is perhaps too early to speak ot victory," says the Kciio Do Paris, "but wo may say that the enemy has suffered a gigantic failure which will cause a sensation tliroughout Ger-inany." 1 In Le Journal, Henry Bidou notes that the initial Impr'tus, in wliich the offensive developed its full strength, has been checked and that conoe-queutly the battle has degOncratcd into partial or local actions. "It may be aaserlcd." ho declares, "that tho fifth German offensive is a very severe defeat fur the enemy." The newspapers geiiprally asl^ the public to have the fullest confidence. They noted that tlio Germans already havo thrown siipport divisions Into tho fray, whereas up to last evening tho French had not employed tlieir reserves. 'Makes a ^od car better^ For Piston Pins PISTON pins receive the full force of every explosion. Unless their bearings are adequately cushioned with oil of correct body and lubricating qualities, they soon -wear loose, with vibration that racks cqnnccting rod and crankshaft bearings. Cprrect lubrication guards'your motor against this danger. BEWARE OF "KNOCKS" , E'v�ry "knock" ia yoiic engine \^ a danger signal. i Knocks mean extra strain, excessive wear on moving parts. They foretell increased repairs-decreased intrinsic car valyc. And often the cause of these "knocks" is the use of the wrong hjbricant. i Don't wait for that nietaUic warning from a worn part before you realize that there is a great difference between hibricants. Help save your engine to-day from that possible, breakdown of to-morrow bytheuseof � \ It has both body and lubricating quah'ties that minimize Jvpar and fric^pn. It flows freely at all temperatures-does not break down and rim thin when your motor heats up. It les,sens carl:(on trouble- softens vibration-keeps your car running smoothly and delivering full power day in day out. Polarine^s made in twq grades-Polarinc and Polarine Hea\^. It ifl supplied in one-half, one and four gallon scaled cans, also in 12'j gallon steel kegs, barrels and half barrels. I'liere are also Polarinc oils and greases for effective transmission and differential Uibricition. ' Buy Polarine where you get Premier Gasoline-at the sign of the "RediBall." Wrllt ta al Room 704 Imptttal Oil BUg., Toronto, for intercsUng bookltt on Polarln* for Automobile Lubrication IMPERIAL OIL LIMITED BRANCHEJS. THBOl/QHOVT CANASt/^ Pi ROSS THREATENS TO RESIGN POST Vancouver, .July 17.-Commander J. K. Jj. KosH, chairman of jli,; iK^uiions board of'Canada, who is in Vanriiuvor tcday stated In an intnrview that if thn Federal government doi's not see Us way clear to giving the pnsions board a free hand In the adniiniHlra-Hon ot its own staVf he �.'!; bi' compelled to tender his rei!i,^rin(,on ns a ))rot(-st. Commander Ross thinks that the Civil Service Act caniu I bn applied succp'-Btully to tho spi cia! work ot tho pensions department. 331RAI08 ON HUN TOWNS Amsterdam, .Tuly 17.-Ti\ir(y-i!uce air attacks were made durini; .luno l)y tho allies against Gorman towns and cities, acconling to a statement i.i^iied at Berlin. Twelve ot these were against Industrial districts in Alsace-Lorraine and Luxem)>Hrg. Four were agajst tho Dllllngen and Saarbruclcen regfona, nnd ono each at various pianos in tho Rhine district. The reports admit that slight dam-ago was done to blast turnacci In the Saarhrucken region and at i.udwigs-haten, while tho damage to private houses is said to be conside.-able. Thirty-tour persons havo been killed and thirty-seven severely injured. Thirty-tivo others suffered slight wounds. ? ? ? - ? > Newark. N. J., ,TuIy 17.-Bo- -> > tv/een seven and eight thous- plants in this district torlay > ? on strike for higlier wages. ? Some of the larger plants at- ? ? foctcd aro tho Splitdorf Cnm- ' ? pany, tho Westlnghousn Com- ? ? pany, tho Kdlsnn Company at Orange, and the Internallon.il ? ? ? : ? : : : ? > : ? : : ? : c TEL ATE H LINES AT STARLAND  The direction ot "Ghosts ot Yesterday," whicii will be shown at Star-land tonight and tomorrow, la by Charles Miller, for many years aCfll-iated with Trtanglo, nnd recently engaged witli "Tho Secret of the Storm Country." Miss Tnlmadge's leading man Is lllugene O'Brien, also with her in "I'oppy" and "Tho Moth," and now-enjoying a hit on Broadway in "Tho Country Cousin." Others in this all-star cast include Stuart Holmes, villain of a. thousand screen plays; Ida Darling, one ot tho best Known character women on tho stage, and recently with Constance Tnlmndko in "Scandal;'' .lohn Daly Murphy, releasod from tho cast ot "Frstwhilo Susan" to fill engagements with several film companies; and llcnry J. Hebert. also an experienced i)crtormer on tho "legitimate" stage nnd the screen. With such a sumptuous production ot a dramatic success by a writer so well known as Rupert Hughes, and supported by a group ot such recognized stars, it is easily understood why Norma Talmadgo's latest release, "Ghosts of Yesterday," is a phenoia* enal triumph. GREATL! INCREASED FOOD PRODUCTION FURTHER CUR ENTIALS Washington. July 17.--An executive order by" Psesident Wilson taking over trunk line telephone and telegraph systems, and delegating control ot them to Postmaster General Burleson, Is oxpoctcil today or tomorrow. Arrangements tor government operations ot the Unes virtually aro completed, but there will be no announcentont ot details until the president's or(Jer is issued. It is understood that plans ot the government contemplate consolidation of the telegraph and telephone systems, so that telephone trunk lines may bo used simultaneously for messages and conversations. FIJI ISLAND VOLUNTEERS Victoria, B. C, July 17.-The third volunteer contingent from Fiji reached here on the .steamer Niagara today. Tho party numbers 28 men under tho command of Sergeant Home, formerly of Vancouver, Sergeant Home said that about 12 per cent, of the total white population ot 3500 arc men of military ago and that the Fijian government is considering the passage Ci a conscription measure. AT THE MAJESTIC "Peg 0' My Heart," J. Hartley Manners' famous comedy with Belva Mor-rell In tho original role ot "Peg" 'Which will be the attraction at tho Majestic Theatre on Tuesday and Wednesday next week. Is one of the very few dramatic offerings nowadays that can boast ot two years' continuous run in New York. The author hart a hard time to convince producInR managers that It was a good play, and it was left to Oliver Moroaco to provo that he had the courage of his'convictions that a play can be freo of moral lessons and discussions ot either fiapltal and labor or sexual sins, and still be a good play and the breath of relief for which audiences everywhere had long been waiting, it is brimful ot wit. humor and comic Bittiations it Is not without an abuur dance of heart interest. , r AT THE EMPRESS SEE THIS PICTURE SURE Washington, July 17.-Further drastic curtailment of the so-called lesser essential industries may result from tho enlargement ot tho war program,( the consequent increasing demand tor steel and existing shortage in tho supply. War requirements tor the last six months ot this year will bo approximately 20,000,000 tons the war industry board announced today. The greatest output of a like period for the steel industry was 10,500,000 tons, the board stated. BELIEVE CITY HAS Saskatoon, July 17.-In opening Saskatoon's fair this morning, Hon C. A. Dunning, director ot food production for Canada, made public some striking figures on the increase in production n Canada. As a basis ho took the average production ot foodstuffs ot three years precQding the war .This average as compared "with the production In the twelve ^months ended July 1, X91S, showed tho follo^ying Increases: Increased wheat and wheat products shipments to the allies, 40 per cent, or 85,000.000 bushola. '\ Increased, pork shipments ,122,000,-000 pounds. Increased beef shlpihents, 7^000.-000 pounds. Increased butter "shlipments, 12,000.-OOO-pounds. IncriBttsed choeso shipments 30,000, 000 pounds. Increased egg shipments 15,000,000 dozen. These Increases said Hon. Mr. Dunning, amid cheers, showed that Can-I�'"'�',[;V( Quite a controversy has arisen at the city hall over an opinion given by City Solicitor Ball to tho effect that the city is entitled to collect the rents on property bought in by tho city at the recent tax sale. There is a difference ot opinion as to this procedure, but the city is preparing a list ot all Improved property bought In at the tax sale, and notices are being served on tho tenants that hereafter tho rent must'be paid to the city. Mr. Ball bases his claim on tho judgment in an Ontario case. It is thought likely that the owners ot some of this property will make a test case ot it to determine who shall havo tho rents durjng the redemption period, and tho Alberta courts will then set a precedent. Tho question is also asked whether tho city .would l^ave to return the rents collected on such property in case tho owner ot the property redeemed within tho stipulated period. Another question is whether, If the rerft collected by the city for one year exceeds the amount of taxes for which the property was sold to the city, tho rentals collected do not wipe off the tax debt, leaving tho property standing In tho owlior'a name. Tho council discussed various phases of the situation, and ^it was thought best to follov/ tho advice of TO TEUTON DYNASTY Amsterdam, July 17.-Dr. Von Seyd-ler, the Austrian premier, delivered his expected address in the lower house ot the Austrian rolchsrath y-is-terdiiy, says a Vienna telegram. The prime' minister, the message adds, was rpcolved by the Czechs with uproarious shouts and by thr Germans with louil applause. Speaking on the situa'tion in Austria-Hungary, Dr. Von Soydlor said: "The internal propaganda methods ot our onemy are so absiil-d that they only testify to their profound ignorance of our conditions. These arrows will rebound against our tin shakenblo devotion 'to the dynasty, the loyalty ot our citizens to Ihf state a:id the internal cohesion ;of our slate within the framework ot the mnnarciiy. "Wo ^OHld look cheerfully Into the future. Unity with bur loyal allies, wo shall be able to enforce tho end of the world war. Those who have not seen Gerard's, famous book "My Four Years in Germany" in pictures at the Empress, should not lose the opportunity of witnessing one ot the greatest pictures on the war ever shown. In - spite ot the heat it is worth while to go and see this film, in seven reels. It is a history ot how the war .was started, and of how the United States was finally compelled to take sides with tho other world democracies against the Hun menace. 1 AT THE ORPHEUM ^ The feature at the Orpheum tonight is "A Wife With a Past." There are also other |ood features on the programme. CURES ECZEMA GUARANTEED AND SOLD IN LETH-BRIDGE BY THE KENNY & ALLIN CO., LTD., DRUGGISTS. ada was indeed making extraordinary efforts today toward feeding the allle.i. Mr. Dunning also remarked: "It is true that in certain areas ot the province the farmers are up against very considerable difficulties In their work ot Increasing production owing to the lack of moisture. I feol sure, however, that tho same Indomitable spirit .which has placed SaaRatchewan agriculture in its present proud position will enable present difficulties to be overcome. Tho Canadian soldier in Prance has a right to expect that the Canadian farmer will meet his difficulty and handicaps In the same spirit as tho soldier himself, must meet his, and further tlio soldier on the battlefield has the right to expect that tho farmer who loses hla crop by-droughts shall not render imposslblo the sowing ot that land tor 1919." RIGHTfliCE owners make a tight tor the rents during the redemption period, to nlako a test case of It in the Alberta courts. ON BRITISH SHIPS London, July 17.-Of the 637,-929 American troops brought to Europe In the months of April, May and June, 350,956 were carried In British ships, according to a statement made In the house of commons today by Sir Leon Money, parliamentary secretary to the ministry of shipping. ITALIAN SUNK New York, July 17.-The Italian stearpship Napoli, 9921 tons gross,,formerly engaged in Italian American trade, was recently sunk in a collision near Genoa, according to reports received here today In Marine circles. -/The Napoli was In the service of the Italian government transporting army supplies from the United States. SPECIAL STAMPEDE WEEK ATTRACTION TWO NIGHTS TUES.-WED., JULY 23-24 The United Producing Co., Ltd., Present the Most Fascinating Comedy of All Time PERSHING AND BLISS DECORATED .Reglna, Sask., July 17.-The right of the proVUtcial government to legislate In connection with Imposing a land tax on the Hudson's Bay Company, was upheld by Justlpe Lambont In the supreme court of Saskatchewan today when Judgment was rendered In the case of Briitt's Lake Rural Municipality versus the Hudson's Bay Company. An appeal will be taken to tliie privy council. About $1,000,000 of taxes annually are at stake as almost eyery municipality in the province \ contali\i more or less, land of the*HudHon Bay Company, London, July 17.-General Per-;, 'shing has been awarded the - Grand Cross of the Order of the Bath, and General Bliss, American representative at, the, supreme war council, has been given the Grand Cross of the Order of St. Mlcl^ael and St. George. This was officially announced today. TO SUE FOR LIBEE Quebec, July 16.-Armand La-vergne, K.C., will take action for libel to the amount of $10,000 .against L'Evenement. Mr. La-vergne complains of an article publlched Iruyesterday's issue of L'Evenement,' in which allusions . were made to the habeas corpus writ excitement at present sweeping Canada. IN SHAPE AGAIN Amsterdam, July 17.-The Turkish cruiser Medjidieh which was sunk inj 1915, and subsequently raised by tho Ilusslaris, has arrived at Constantl nople, having been seized by the Ger mana at Sebaslapol, according to the Constantinople correspondont of Ger manian of Berlin. COURT MARTIALLED Montreal, July 17.-Acting Warrant Officer P. Berow, and Acting Warrant Ofllcer J. M. Bissett, of the R. A. F., will face a general court martial tomorrow at AVyclitfo College, following an investigation by the'R.A.E. regarding certain charges. Sergeant J, A. Wilson and Cadet II. C. Debera also will be tried on other charges. By J. Hartley Manneri The Play that has sent a g^le of i laughter around the world. Special Summer Fair-Time Prices $1.00, 75c, 50c .^^ 0 TONIGHT BUTTERFLY PRESENTS "A WIFE WITH A PAST" Many Other Qood Pictures. A Bifl Show for the Money. EUJI 1^ n ri AMBASSADOR JAMES W. GERARD'S MrKtbK_"My Four Years in Germany" TONIGHT FRIDAY AND SATURDAY THIS WEEK FRANK KEENAN IN "LOADED DICE" ' TONIGHT AND TOMORROW SELECT PICTURES PRESENT "THE LATE LAMENTED" TWO-REEL KEYSTONE CO/�IEpY NORMA TALMADGE GHOSTS OF YESTERDAY' L ?199 49 33402746?70037159381?438937654?321594293359286037576 ;