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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 22, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta JULY IQtft THE LETHBRIDOE OAILIf HERALD PAGE The Allied Forces Follow Germans in Their Retreat Across the Marne July troops yesterday crossed the river between Charleves and esst of the wood of ftar according to authoritative statements mide here July reports fcom General Penh Ing confirm the crossing of the Marne by Secretary Baker said and also the occupa tion of considerable territory north of De talle of the PREPARE TO EVACUATE With the French Army on the MarneAlsne July By the Associated There Were signs to that the Germane are destroying their material and munitions In the pocket to the north of the river Marne between SofMons and preparatory to the entire evacuation of that ANSWERS APPEAL July Bavarian crown prince answered the Ger mart Crown Prlncee appeal for help and sent some of Ms divis ions from the Pleardy front to the aid of the Germans In the Marne equal number of British divisions waa detained j from the northern front and sent to the battle eeetor southwest of The British divisions made up of picked WILL RETREAT FARTHER With the American Army on the FrontsPrison ers taken by the Americana say that If ths strsnuous offensive of the continues the Germans will withdraw much farther north where they will fight for their The allied heavy artillery Is hammering military objectives In the Solssons Impresses July allied vic tory has created a deep impression throughout The Telegraaf Bays that anything IB that the capture of 400 guns will fill the Germans with Han delsblad says the double FrancoAm erican success revives French cour age and rejoices the whoso young army has proved that It Is cap able of vigorously tackling the Ger Cross July in south of Solssons the French hftve crossed the Road north of opposite Bu theTTemps announced today In describing the situation In the Sols sons Trying to Protect Flanks With the American Army On The AlsneMarne July By the Associated Germans are clinging to the line south of Solssons in an effort to protect their The Americans fighting on this front have completed the cutting of the narrow gauge railway to Chateau The pounding process Is being con tinued by the Americans and their al lies n this keeping the Ger mans uncertain from to mom ent regarding the allied Review of Situation July reviewing the military situation as it stood last night on the active front between Solssons and the Haviis Agency today says General Fochs victory Increased greatly In scope With ChateauThierry evacuated by the Ger mans during the previous the town was entirely cleared by an al lied advance in the region to the while from the west Franco American troops commanded by Gen eral De were crowding in on the Between the Ourcq and the Marne the enemy was attacked by detachments under General which had crossed the The general result was that the Germans were thrown back from eight to ten kilometers in the Chateau Thierry The enemy is opposing desperate resistance farther endeavoring to maintain his hold on Solssons am which form the two pivots of his defensive system but his tenure of those points mus be very Between the Marne and Rheims the fighting wan characterized by bril liant actions at the foot of the moun tain of British and Italian troop vied with each other in bravery and pressed the enemy with out Although the Germans ive been considerably the Illes made further Important pro while tho enemy has glv way In the It Is seen that e is making desperate efforts to old on the two flanks of the front rom Sotssons to the and from le Marne to General Von Boohm Is in a serious tuatlon In the pocket by reason of eneral Fochs strategy and the ower behind aided by the brll ant successes of our July Germans are tubbornly resisting the French ciass ng of the but the French ave succeeded In getting two clem nts over at Mezy and which are constructing foot bridges inder heavy The Germans are ising gas shells In large Concentrate Forces With the French Army in uly region immediately outh of Solssons forms the key to he German position and here tho en emy has concentrated heavy forces or the purpose of holding back the advancing tide of the The continue their pro although the fighting is becom ng heavier each They have aken a large number of the number being more than had been an nounced and batches of captives are arriving The number of unwounded prison ers alone would exceed the totijl cas ualties of the allied troops since the victorious advance The correspondent has seen a large column of these prisoners coming in and from their appearance they were certainly picked The number of undamaged cannon which have been taken by the allies Is very large and is constantly increas IT STOPPED MY SUFFERING Said Speaking of Lydkt Pinkhams Vog cubic I eot Into an ow ful condition with the doctors said was organic dis I would nave pains BO badly tlmt they would havi to put hot clothw 01 me and give The doc tor Bftid I would never be any better an opera tion and 1 would never have any children without it A neighbor who knew what medicine would do advised me to Lydia Pinkhami Vegetable Com pound a I did so and it me well woman the next September I gave birth to a healthy baby BAILIB 37 Lyon The letters which wo are constantly publishing from women in every section of this country prove beyond question the merit of this famous root and herb Lydia Pinkhams Vege table It IB stimu recolvcd tumultuousap plause from tlio became an orgiastic York The audience applauded The addition to Its broad er military also inquires Into the personal llfn of William New Tork Conveys powerful message for every true The production Is The picture wrung round after round of York Morning AT THE ORIHEUM COMPLETE CHANGE Of PROGRAM AT ORPHEUM TODAY The Hussell Musical Comedy present Hngarly and a farco comedy for tho first two days this Rehn and Porter Warfleld again sustain tho comedy Uehn as and Forter War field at Those two Irish gentlemen provide plenty of good com edy in this bill and with tho song and lance numbers by the Russell girls the performance promises to be one of the best ever staged at the There will he three complete changes of program this week Mon Wednesday and Friday with a matinee day and morning mat inees at 11 commencing Wed The evening performance will be starting at 7 fl EDITORS IN FRANCE July Reu ters Ottawa Thirty Canadian editors have arrived here enroute to the French while at the same large quantities of ammunition have been ThF advance of the armies com manded by Generals Mangin and De on this averages Germans while General FULL INVESTIGATION July Clemen ceatl yesterday laid before a cabinet who Is smashing at the other side of the pocket containing the defeated is also progressing apprec The Americans and British working in closest co operation and with absolute presided over by President an outline of the discip linary measures that already have been taken in connection with the military operations of May when began their big offen the Aisne sector sand tho ITS ALWAYS COOL AT MAD SPECIAL STAMPEDE ATTRACTION GOLOWYN PRESENTS MAE MARSH OrpheuM TODAY TUESDAY THE RUSSELL Musical Comedy IN THAT SCREAMING FARCE Hogarty Fogarty WEDNESDAY THURSDAY THE DOCTOR SHOP Complete Change of Program Wednesday and Friday ADMISSION Adults SOe Children 28c sive means by which he proposes to carry out a complete AT THE MAJESTIC AT MAJESTIC THIS WEEK Why Not Have Your Photo Made When At the Fair You will soori want one to send You want a good make one youll One that will be like Allison Photo Studio When Visiting the STAMPEDE DO NOT FAIL TO SEE THE FAMOUS 1020 AND 1530 TITAN TRACTORS Abo Geodison and Racine Threshers INFORMATION AND DEMONSTRATIONS GIVEN CHEERFULLY International Harvester of Limited PIONEER c During the hurry and bustle of pres ent day with our thoughts absorb ed in the current events of the the out growth of the gigantic strug gle between autocracy and we are inclined to forget the magnificent accomplishments of the in opening up and the great common wealth of western which In places has been transformed from barren to veritable gardens and teeming with vegetatlonal which stand as a monument to their industrious and which will in all probability help to be a de termining factor in the world conflict so far as food Is In practically every settlement along the rocky from Southern Alberta on the north to Mexico on the the 24th of July is celebrated in I commemoration of the day in I when Brigham Young with a small company of 143 the forerunner of thousands to follow entered the valley of the Great Salt Thus two years before the gold rush to and over 20 years before I America was bound with iron from I east to settlements were estab i and colonies founded in the val 1 lies oJC the and the work of reclaiming the places com Just prior to entering the valley the little pioneer band encoun tered the celebrated hunter and trap Jim whose life had been spent in mostly in the intermountain with the Ute When asked by Young as to the productiveness of the Salt Lake valley ho made the assertion that he would give a thousand dollars for the first bushel of corn that could be Undaunted and exhibiting a forti tude unexcelled any they start ed destitute of means on the task be fore Mountain streamlets were taken from their natural channels and diverted upon the thirsty all that was necessary for and thus an accomplishment Nvas that earned for themselves the dis tinction of being the fathers of Irri gation in modem To give an idea as to the estimated value of these regions in those days in the judgment of eminent will state that it it a historical fact that some years prior to 47 when Congress dis cussing the value of the Western Daniel made the statement in the halls of Congress thai the land was perfectly and only a fit abode for wild beasts and In reflecting upon the vasl changes that have taken place In the great west during the past 71 years since one is almost astounded Where the wild animals and rod men reigned we now see fertile valleys pulsating with life anc industry thriving settlements con talnlng beautiful orchards and gnr have replaced trackless deserts and denuded Sterility has yielded to as Ifb magic touch of human am in reviewing the great changes thai have bjen we feel to all honor to the of race or who have done their bit in affectingthe great transformat ion which has caused we who live ii this generation to reap the blessings and frflits of their The Majestic theatre will be the mecca for all playgoers in town this and to satisfy the most dis criminating two of the best known attractions have been as special Stampede Week On Tuesday and Wednesday Oliver Moroscos delightful comedy Peg O My will be Written for the authors Laurette and played by her to an ap parently insatiable Peg O My Heart has had one of those hap py successes through pure charm and sets a new The play has had to lend to its title to songs and hats and its patrons go to see it re and adjure one as a person al favor not to miss Perhaps one reason for its brilliant success is that it is free from sex prob ems and and offers nstead a picture of girlhood reinforc id with personal In the orthcoming engagement Belva Mor rell will appear as Peg supported by English Miss Morrell was one of the most popular Pegs under ho Morosco banner and the present is ler second across Canada in the The famous Bostonians will be the attraction on Friday and in the latest musical com edy This company of win some girls are sure to delight big weekend audiences at the Seats for all performances during the week are now selling at the box IN POLLY OF THE CIRCUS We guarantee this to be one of the finest Pictures ever shown in the city Dont miss FATTY ARBUCKLE AT CONEY ISLAND A Positive TwoReel YOU WILL ENJOY THIS PROGRAM Admission Adults Matinees S Evenings 15 AT Polly of the an elaborate screen presentation of Margaret Mayoa great drama of circus is the first of the beautiful productions to be released by the new Goldwyn Pictures Mae Marsh is the slar of this immense photospec tacle which is being shown this week at Starland Folly of the Circus tells the story of a little circus orphan Mae who has been raised by the clown Charles Polly is hurt in an accident and has to remain behind while the show goes She is taken to the home of the where her presence in the house is turned into scandal by the narrow minded This leads to her going back to the but the following Spring the circus comes back to the little and through the intervention of a fight and a fire In the Big Polly ami the minister find each other This is a picture of laughter and tears a picture of rv score of circus thrills in you see a complete circus performance on the The most amazing of all the scenes Is tho burning of the main tent dur ing the evening performance and the wild stampede o the AT THE EMPRESS What others say of The the Beast of showing at the Em press tonight A pictorial revelation of frightful Instructively It consti tutes an arraignment of the military autocracy of York The likeness to the kaiser is re markable and Julian edly done what be set out to the kaiser of his York Everyone agreed with title of the The the Beast of This Fiend seduced nmshed stranfled murdered innocent women and children in and scores of other with your own eyes what this monster has done in worldt liret of million of Innocent See Mi inline It will mike your blood The moil tmnlat picture of the At the EMPRESS WEDNESDAY A THURSDAY The Ever Popular William Far num in The Heart of i Lion AND Charles Chaplin in A Dogs Life This Is the best Chaplin ever Three FRIDAY AND SATURDAY Louise Glum in AN ALIEN ENEMY Also a 2Reel featuring the funniest man in the The Empress Always Picks the Big the benefit of all visitors to the Stampede the Bmpresa will open every morjiinB at 11 and run without a stop till 12 In the Attend one of morning or afternoon shows and avoid the evening THEATRE SPECIAL STAMPEDE WEEK ATTRACTIONS THE BIGGEST SHOWS IN TOWN FAIR WEEK TWO NIGHTS ONLY JULY 23 24 THE UNITED PRODUCING BY SPECIAL ARRANGEMENT WITH OLIVER MORO8CO PRESENTS A SPECIAL COMPANY IN THE INTERNATIONAL SUCCESS PEG O MY HEART By Hartley With an Excellent Company of Players and a Complete Scenic ORGANIZED ESPECIALLY FOR A WORLDS TOUR The most popular comedy ever written for the million people have cried and sympathised with Ten thousand critics have endorsed Its PEG O MY HEART NOT A MOVING WILL Popular Prices SOc ALL SEATS NOW ON SALE THREE NIGHTS Starting JULY 25 THE UNITED PRODUCING AND PRESENT FOR THE FIFTEENTH CONSECUTIVE SEASON THE FflMOUS 60STONIANS In the Latest of Musical Pretty Girls Tuneful Dainty Colorful Popular SOc ALL SEATS NOW ON SALE Outoftown visitors to the Stampede will find no better entertainment of an than a visit It the Southern Albertas coolest and best ;