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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - July 22, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta monday, .TUiJy 22, 1918 the LHlTHBniDGE OAILTf HERALD page f1v? The Allied Forces Follow Germans in Their Retreat Across the Marne  London, July 22.-American troopa yesterday crossed the river Marne, between Charleves and QIand, east of Chateau-Thierry, and captured the wood of bar-billon, according to authoritative statements made here today. Washington! July 22.-Official reports ' fcom General Pershing confirm the crossing of the Marne by allied troops, Secretary Bakor said today, and also the occupation of considerable territory north of Chateau-Thierry. Details pf the operations, however, .are lacking. PREPARE TO EVACUATE With the French Army on the Marne-Alsne Front, July 22nd. - (By the Associated Press.) - There were signs today that the Germans are destroying their material and munitions in the pocket to the Sorth of the river Marne between olMons and Rhelms, preparatory to the entire evacuation of that arta. ANSWERS APPEAL Paris, July 22,-The Bavarian crown prince answered the German Crown Prince's appeal for help and sent some of his divisions from the Pleardy front to the aid of the Germans in the Marne salient. .An equal number of British divisions was detained from the northern front and sent to the battle sector southwest of Rhelmt. The British divisions are made up of picked troops. WILL RETREAT FARTHER With the American Army on the Marne-Alsne Front.-Prison-sra taken by the Americans say that if the strenuous offensive of the allies continjies the Germans will withdraw much farther north where they will fight for their lives. The allied heavy artillery is hammering military objectives in the Soissons area. impresses Holland. Amsterdam, July 22.-The allied victory has created a deep Impression throughout Holland. The Telograaf Bays that anything is posaiblo, that the capture of 400 guns will till the Germans with consternation. Han-delsblad says the double Franco-Am- erican fluccess revives French courage and rejoices the Americans, whoso young army has proved that It Is capable of vigorously tackling the Germans. Cross Road. Paris, July 22.'--PUBhlng In south of Soissons the French have crossed the So'.TSons-Chnieau'-Thle^ry Road north of.^Ylll Montlcre, oDposlto Bu-siancy, tUe*remps announced today In doscribiiig the situation In the Sols-sons area. Trying to Protect Fiank^ With the American Army On The Alsne-Marne Front, July 22,-(2 p.m.) - (By the Associated Press)-The Oerraans are clinging to the lino south of Soissons In an efforl to protect their flanks. The Americans fighting on this front have completed the cutting ot the narrow gauge railway to Chateau-Thierry, The pounding process Is being continued by the Araerliana and their allies ;n this sector, keeping the Germans uncertain from moment to moment regarding the allied Intentions, Review of Situation Paris, July 22.-In reviewing the military situation as U stood last night on the active front between Soissons and Rhelms, the Havas Agency today says: "(Jeneral Foch's victory increased greatly in scope yesterday. With Chateau-Thierry evacuated by the Germans during the previous night, the town was entirely cleared by an allied advance in the region to the north, while from the west Franco Anaericim troops commanded by General De Goutte, were crowding In on the Germans. Between the Ourcq and the Marne the enemy was attacked by detachments under General Mltry, which had crossed the Marne. "The general result was that the Germans were thrown back from eight to ten kilometers in the Chateau-Thierry front. "The enemy is opposing desperate resistance farther north, endeavoring to maintain his hold on Soissons and Oulchy-Le-Chatonu, which form the two pivots o� his defensive system, but his tenure ot those points must bo very difflcult. "Between the Mama and Rheims. the fighting was characterized by brilliant actions at the toot ot the mountain ot Rhelms. French, Uritlsh and Italian troop vied v/lth each other In bravery and pressed the enemy without respite. Altliough the Germans have been considerably reinforced, the allies made further Important progress. Thus, while the enemy bus given way In the centre, 11 is seen that he Is making desperate otforts to hold on tlie two Hanks of the front from Soissons to the Ourcq, and from the Marne to llhelms. Oonoral Von lloRhm Is in a serious situation In the pockol by re;iHou ot Cicncrnl Foch's strategy ;uid the power behind It. aided by tliO brilliant BuccnssoH of our army." London, July 22.-The Gornums are stubbornly the French c-rrtxa-Ing ot the Marne, but the I'-ciich have succeeded in getting two elements over at Mezy and . CourcoUcs, which are constructing toot bridges under heavy fire. The Gcrraaus are using gas shells In large numbers. Concentrate Forces With the French Army in France, July 22.-The region Immediately south of Soissons forms the key to the German position and here the en emy has con/entralcd heavy forces tor the purpose ot holding back the advancing tide ot the allies. Tho latter, however, continue their pro gross, although tho fighting is becoming lieavier each hour. Thoy have taken a large number ot prisoners, the number being more than had been an nounced and hatches of captives are arriving steadily. Tho number ot unwounded prison ors alone would exceed the tnt^l cas ualtlos ot thp allied troops since tho victorious advance began. Tho correspondent has seen a large column ot those prisoners coming In and from thejr appearance they were ix'rtaiuly picked men. The number of undam;jged cannon whlcii have been taken by the allies Is very large and is constantly Inoreas Ing, while at the same time, large quantities ot aninuinltion have been capttMeJ. Till? ad vanre of the armies com mar.ded by Generals Mangin and I)e Goulfo, on this flank, averages ten kilometers, while General ncrtholot, who Is smashing at the other side ot the pocket containing the defeated Germans, Is also progressing appreciably. Tho French, Americans and British are. working In closest co operation and with absolute harmony. IT STOPPED m SOFFERING / -- Sttid Mr*. Jaynes, Speaking of Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound. Anderflon, S. C-" I wot into nn nw-tul condition with wh?.t the doctors said Was nn organic dis' placement. I would h.ive pains 80 badly liml they would have to put hot clothes on me find give ms morphine. The doctor said I would never be any better . , without on opera-j'iUion oncl I would \never hnvo any ii) children without it. A neighbor who know what youf medicine would do ndvited me to give I.ydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound a trial. I did Bo and it made me a well woman and the next September I gave birth to a healthy baby boy." -Mrs. Sallih Jaynes, 37 Lyon St, Anderson, S. C. The letters whicli wo are constantly publishing from women in every section of this country prove beyond question ,tho miritof this famous root and herb medicine, Lydia E. I'lnkham'a Vege-tnblo Compound. "It is stirring, sensational, stimulating. If', received tumultuous applause' trnan thn aiuilcnce-polU.e play-goers became an orgiastic mob." -New York American. "The audience applauded wildly. "Tho Kal8er,"'in addition to lis broader military asbocts, also inquires into tho personal life ot William II."- New York Times. "Convoys powerful message for every true American. The production Is fluperl). The picture wrung round after round of ai)plauso."-New York Morning Telegraph. AT THE ORI'HEIJM COMPLETE CHANGE OF PROGRAM AT ORPHEUM TODAY The Russell Musical Comedy Co. present "llagarly and Fi)garly," "a farce comedy tor tho first two days this week. Geo. W. Rehn anil Porter Wartiold again sustain tho comedy roles. Mr. I'.ehn Rs "Hngarty," and Porter War-field nt "Fogarty." These two Irish gentlemen provide plenty of good comedy in this bin and with tho song and dance numbers by tho Russell girls the pertormnnco promises to be one of the best ever staged at the Orphcum. There will bo three completo ihangcs ot program this week Monday, Wednesday and Friday with a matineo each day and morning matinees at 11 o'clock, commencing Wednesday. The evening performance will 0 continuous, starting at 7 o'clock. > > ; > ? ? : > > : : ? : PIONEER DAY-ITS ORIGIN. ? * : e- : : : : ? rvontion of a light and a fire in the "Big Top," Polly and tho minister find each other -and happiness. This is a picture of laughter and tears; a picture ot r. score of circus thrills and, in fact, you see a complete circus performance on the screen. The most amaz)ng ot all the scenes is tho burning of the main tent during the evening performance and the wild stampede of tho audience. AT THE EMPRESS ^ What others say of "The Kaiser, tho Beost ot Berlin," showing at tho Em press tonight: "A pictorial revelation of frightful noss, instructively vivid. It constitutes an arraignment of tho military autocracy ot Germany."-New York Hersld. "The likeness to the'kaiser Is re markable and Mr. Julian has.undoubt-C(!Iy done what he set out to do-rob th�i kaiser of his terrors."-New York Tribtme. .-"Everyone agreed with the: title of the picture, 'The Kaiser,' the Heast of Berlin'."-Now York Stiji. This Fiend - seduced Ruuia. - raruhed Bielgium. - strangled Serbia. - murdered innocent women and children in Paris, London^ and scores of other~ cities. with your own eyes what this monster has done in "dettroiHntf tlie world'i peace-the \\vt9 of mUlloni of inooccnt people. See h1� autocratic, overbearing, alrodoui, intane fiendllhiieaa. 'It will intke your blood boll. The molt aipazing picture of the century. At the EMPRESS Tonigfht&Tomorrow WEDNESDAY A THURSDAY Tho Evar Popular William Far-num in ' "The Heart of i Lion" AND  Charles Chaplin in "A Dog's Life" This is the best Chaplin ever made. Three Acts. FRIDAY AND SATURDAY Louise Olum in "AN ALIEN ENEMY" Also a 2-Reel Toto, featuring tho funniest man in the iworld. The Empress Always Picks the Big Ones. - ,For the benefit of all visitors to tho Stampede the iSmpresa will open every moyning at 11 and run without a stop till 12 In the evening. Attend one of morning or afternoon shows and avoid the evening rush. OrpheuM TODAY & TUESDAY THE RUSSELL Musical Comedy IN THAT 8CREAMINQ FARCE WEDNESDAY - THURSDAY THE DOCTOR SHOP' Complete Change of Program Monday, Wednesday and Friday TWO NIGHTS ONLY TUES. & WED., JULY 23 & 24 THE UNITED PRODUCING CO., LTD., BY SPECIAL ARRANGEMENT WITH OLIVER MOROSCO PRESENTS A SPECIAL COMPANY IN THE INTERNATIONAL SUCCESS u O' MY HEART" By J. Hartley Manners. With an Excellent Company of Players and a Complete Scenic Equipment. ORGANIZED ESPECIALLY FOR A WORLD'S TOUR The most popular comedy ever written for tbs stage. Tei^ million people have laughed, cried and sympathised with "Peg." Ten thousand critics have endorsed Its wholesomansss. "PEG O' MY HEART" NOT A MOVING PICTURE-NEVER WILL BE. Popular Prices ............... $1.00, 75c, 50c ALL SEATS NOW ON SALE THREE NIGHTS Starting THURS, JULY 25 THE UNITED PRODUCING CO., LTD., AND BERT. E. LANQ, PRESENT FOR THE FIFTEENTH CONSECUTIVE.SUCCESafUL SEASON In the Latest of Musical Comedies. Pretty Girls Galore. Tuneful Music. Dainty Costumes. Colorful Scenery, Popular Prices............... $1.00,75c, 50c ALL SEATS NOW ON SALE Out-of-town visitors to the Stampede will find no better cntertainm$nt of an evening, than a vint to the Majestic; Southern Alberta's largest, coolest and . best theatre. Ik 196922 ;