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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 19, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE EIGHT THE DAILY HERALD FHIDAY, JULY 19, FRENCH ARE EL SIMOTERSE f -London, 'July to.advjces.received here today, tfw are again advancing and It Is-probable that the Ger- mani will have to make a big re- adjustment. In their line unless can Immediately throw back the French. REINFORCEMENTS On the American Front, July -19. nlflht German rein- force ments.were coming from the region, in_the .north .but the ex- pected, counter attack .has notVp-. peared up to an early af- ternoon, AMERICANS July div- isions ol American' troops are believ- ed 10 be-represented in the allies Beat- ing on .the Alsrift-Marno front, accord- lus to information given today toj members cf the house military cofy- milteo In their, weekly, conferences with General March, chiel of staa. u was stated that the drivo now go- tcg on will not.replace nor hinder the preparations Tor the great allied offen- later In j'ear. tails of tbe OgMins are. lacking io- cause official dispatches from IVrahlug bare-been greatly delayed. General March and Assistant ?ecret: ary CrWell. who the 1-oitfercnre. expressed their srjUlflca. tlpn over the paif the American .troops are playing. _' the American Army oij The Abnt. July resistance was eurounlered st VIeray or In th'evuelgh- boring villages taken. At two villages on run southern portion of the lino tbe hands clocks had been stopped by shell ere at -US o'clock. Indicating the the allies had started, their bombardment on Thursday uiornlns. of the greatest surprlseS'ot tho Americans, to the evening was tbe night of tho .Cermaus before Ibe at- tack. The reany of' whom were going over'the top for Ibe first time, were fully prepared for.a stiff In lib. A Packages I CX A V Enamelled Tins. v FOR.HOME LAUNDRY .WORK Fof'iiiore the favorite laundry starcn, particularly for fine fabrics, ia B unto it THE CANADA STARCH GO. LIMITED, MONTREAL WUSave YOU i Your Dollar Goes Further at Kerr's Self-Serying ,We are fighting the High Cost of Living at close range ancl havie lots of amrriuriition. Fresh Fruits Vegetables Ratpbtrritt, 2 boxei...... 35c Raftpbcrries, per 3.90 Red Currants, per Red CurranU, batket Gooseberries 2.90 x Gooseberries. 2 25c Black Currants, 2 baikett 35c CanteToupc, each 22c Sour 65c LETTUCE, GREEN ONIONS, RADISHES, CELERY, ETC. New Potjtoti, Ibs 25c Fretri hot hou t 30- per ba ket basket 90c White Currants, 2 backets 25o Green-Peas, 2 ibt......... 25c New. 3yz Ibs.ifor... 25c %BUV (YOUP RASPBERRIES NOW i_________________________ ChlcUn Haddle, per tin 25t Labiter, per tin 13c thrlhSpi, per tin "t 20o Himi; ft! tin 20u Cltrfc't, imaU, IOs 'Durkees 42c JJurkecs Salad pressing, 18c Yacht Club Sajad Drfisatno, per bottfe Yacht Club Salad Ortsslng, per faottte jJSc Royal Mayopnalse Dressing 41c L Tabasco Saucfi 44c Libby's Chow Chow.'large ftlze 46e' Llfcby's Swset size 4Sc Sweet Onion Picklei, bittle Welch's Grape Swift's Premium Bscon, per Ib, 65c Premium Hams, boned 55c.. Rolls, whole or one'half, per Salmon. No.'l 39c; Salmon, No. 1 Imall size, ,tln Z1e Ubby'3 Grated Pineapple 30o Gold Bar; Asparagus, No, 2 tint, each.................... 30c Sauerkraut, per 23c P6rk tni inull, wrfflii tfc r--.-- Stlupi, ftr tin ISo dottle 37c Sjlii) Drcnlng, but 42 Why Worry Over Cook-v ing These Hot Days? A 3ook over our- Cooked and Canned Good3 will chase away your trouble forever. Our Cooked Meats are delfctouH, of that fresh natural tasle and ap- petizing flavor. Jellied Tongues, pir Ib, 60e Luncheon. Loaf, per 35c Roast Ham with Dressing, per Ib 65fi Swift's Ashland Cooked Meat, per 356 Boiled Ham 60c Swft's Minced Ham 350 day prices. French Mushrooms, per tin Cream BrTok 35c Olives, Spanish Queen, in.bulk, per-tin 30fr Roman per pfcg, 31c Rice, per packagt ,14a flhe Cut Oatmeal, per Corn pkg......1tc CattH'e Macaroni, per pkg... 12c Braid's Best Tear per Ib. 67c Blue Ribbon Temper Ib. file Ib, S7o Cocoa, per tin 10c BrcvAi Vinegar, per bctlle ,.ZOc Apple Butter, per bonfe 24c Dog, Targe pkg, He QUAUTY GUARANTEED OR MONEY RfeFUNDED. COMPANY CONTROL LICENSE No. 313 FAfc Street Lethbridge York, July rlnet are off the Amerl- can coatt "again. ployine Chautaunua tdlent. Co-oyerntiou; tblni, oa behalf of of our citizens In effort ia the support ot what Is 'soon recog- ntfed as being an excellent thing; for tho general welfare. word cooperation cle'eviiy into out il'lnvolves (lie real distinction between tho 6av- ago and the civilized .wan. Just In pro- portion as we are able, to co-bnera'to will vo accomplish l.ho things IB tbts lite- that are TVorth whlle.V Does not this recall iojis what-the Chautauqua was last, year? my main purpose In quoting letter It to appeal-to you at "fo'r'. lhat co-operation whtch Is abkbJateljr ueo cscary to beep our.city ta the (roul rank In this great movo and as the hours went on wltb- out a Gerinaa counter blow, lliey be- gan to woailer when tho enemy woulj retaliate. Still Hold Plateau, AVilh the Amerfcau forces pa the Alsne-Jlarhe front.' ran troops cou'iirue to held the pla- Leau soulhvesl'of Soissonsswhero on Gerniaus their first orga'nlfed 'coimler attack. This fell down as soon an tbe American heaty irllllerjrVgot action.' This was tho fiercest strugslos In connection with the Franco-Americau offensive. The battle raged southwest of Soissoas tor some time. It result- ed In the Germans falling kaci; finally uoder the heavy gun fire of the Am- ericans. success of the Franco-Amferlean counter offen- sive entire sttuatlon on the Champagne front The whole Germail line from Chateau-Thierry, lo Rhelras; the "dispatches from the bat- out, iTdeyendent on the railroads the French now dom- inate. Supplies ,for the German, for- ces round-Chatciiu-Thlerry must now bo carrifed twentj' to thirty nilles by road. It would be n'very serious business (or .the Germans .to remain In this according to all accounts. They will not only have to discontinue all their plans Tor the offensive here, "but probably will be forced to fall back a considerable distance to a new' line where the problem of supplies can be handled easier.: Into a-Repulse _ The German1 offensive thus hasTseen tamed Into "a ..repulse, the advices from the front say, and may naw be turned definitely into a German de- feat. v- .The inHiallTe-Is now In the hands of the French.' The tables liav'o been completely, by General Foch's brilliant stroke-' and the ..whole Ger- man situation-between Solssons tfnd Hheinis Is efitfahgereO. The .Germans, Jl Is contended, have to fight Tfard to.stave off a rout and to extricate" themselves. this means eotenta allies definite; ly have settled, the crown prince and have neutralized his group of that he will have all he "can do.tcYeilHcate'him- self from 1 In the last w.eelcTSe'GeniiaiiS hare th'aji'ttiirty 'divisions of which number 23 .were in the general reserve. 'The of eneral reserve one of le features. week's'' work been used p in a'wholly abuiHWe; enterprise and are', lost very heavily.; Crown Prince Rupprecht's group of rralea krthe-nortVori the front-from lont Dialer', to front late, remain almpsfc-Untaet. Only a ew of theni have (been-used in the ffensive" of the and the most efforts by the Germans at to'speed up a ig offensive-by thesjeltroops' 'against he British front? j" WE ARE PUTTING ON OUR GREATEST SALE TOMORROW ALL NEXT WEEK DURING THE FAIR AND STAMPEDL Every article OB bur stock of Men's Suits, Shoes and Furnishing! has been reduced from 107c to 25fc, We are giving no particulars bat the announcement that this sale'is on will bring all oar manyxustomers. Onr stock is selected especially for farmers and ranchers. THE Lethbridge Clothing House 114 Fifth Street S., Lethbridge Five Doors Sooth of Hudson's Bay 3. S. Well.-well, well.'-irt.airtp. be done er tbjiye'gln wUh 1'tSlnK wo badfbeticr'start irlleie wa lefUoIf asl year: We are there Fore publlslilcs our last leller as follows': "II really hapuerted; didn't Think of it, beglnnififii-jKtli'i.tie hippy memories ol the Treble Clef and Jiiss Taylor's "Old -Shall we forget that And. then ,ho next day with Sherman Wai- acefa lecture on education, ;wit.h the MacDonalds. and that-masterful ad- Aress.in the C. Herbs- raanyon "Communliy Building." .If peo- ple would have [pr: what It 'cost, gun. After-Tbursd.5yi program d were" first -to' hear that wonderful. woman, Ada Ward, brought nirartir Ly us, U5 nearer to. the.'war before. Ada'.Ward'jilmie. .was worth I robre than the whole'CbtiuUiutiusilcost. but for good measure on that day we hid thai grand Ihb or- ch'eslra and the Bweet'; Miss-Olive f Saturday's program .-IsckeJ a greal deal 'of befng a disappointment even after the fine thltigssih'at. had gone the largest meeting of ttie .Chl'utauqua circuit Olsen.'Sllss'iMcdorralcf! aft! Ward, to be fdlloWeii, by probably, the best Hay.df.the Chhjj't- auqua-wben our under the.direction of that'bhurralng leader, Miss Stout, tions beatiHlnl ad- dress on anlronomyibji.Dr; Carpe'nter, and the gran.l concert by .the Hawal: fan.i at night. All.of this for JZ.60.: No suhjcrip- grant in (he police but nappy memories''And a deter'mlna- tlon to be and (p put Into pracltceine Icnrn- erf at this possibly; hapJKn? can be, found In1 tion. 1 Co-operation or forty ol our, half of Co-ooeratrbn tf'ooftjKf our dtjr clt'ci of Cannii tbo United gialea In em could .10 answer 'd, Ksomc thirty .ens on lie- Reavdy Foir The Out-of-Doors Going camping? a holiday of some kind? We can supply trie equipment arid can save you money WILL YOU NEED A TENT? We have them in specially made for the Western Trade. for their superiiir quality. ..Everything, required for br.seball, .tcn- nfs, 'goir and ptficr fenorls. We. handlo the jbest sport anil our price .is right. We'InVite you to ECO.tho goods.' V store for (ninks and bags V.o great varlDly. If you are conteriiplatltig a trip yen cia get a trunk or milt case to sullyou exactly from our big atock. We Invite You Call When You Are At The Fair The Alberta Saddlery LETHBRIDOI ;