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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 24, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE EIGHT THE LETinmroofc DAILY HERALD ii V i With The American Army On The AlsneMarne July Along the line north of the FrancoAmerican forces have driven the Germans out of nearly all of the Chatel Steady Advance July advance Of the allied and American around the AlsneMarne has been practically steady for the last two General chief of said despite the fact that IB fresh divisions of German troops have been thrown Into the fighting at and on the line south of The Germans are fighting desperate ly to retain the single railway line re maining in their over which heavy material can be removed as they General March If that running from Fis mes to is reached by the allied German forces remaining in the salient be pock The French attack of yesterday north of Mont Didier on the Plcardy Is he as a terri HER DAUGHTER WAS SAVED FROM OPERATION of Petersburg two yean daughter Offered from a weakness and pains in her right side at times she was so bad ihe could not do any For two years she was at tendedby the best both agreed that she would have to be operated I suggested Lydia Piukhams Vegeta ble and at first she refused to take but finally From the very beginning it helped and BOW she to and telling everybody how much good it done 226 North Adams If every who suffers as OTirom painful dragging down inflaHination or olceration would only give this famous roet and herb remedy a trial they would aoen relief from such For special advice women are asked to the Lydia Pinkham Medicine The result of forty experience to at your torial not indirectly involv ed in the strategy of the AlsneMarne battle It has great how as It served to keep the Qeriynns New Army The chief of staff announced that he had ordered six new Infantry divis ions organized in this country during Pressure en Germans With the French Army in July Both sides of the pocket in which the Ger mans now are have been the scenes of the most violent attacks and counter attacks throughout the past night and New fluctuations of the line have occurred but in all these they have covered the allies who keep up an incessant pressure on the retiring who are endeav oring to cover the withdrawal of their troops from Imminent Southwest of Rheims the Germans have shown their disappointment over their Inability to hold with their crack divisions their positions around Vrlgny and have turned all their avail able artillery on to the British and French who drove them but the enemy could not prevent a still fur ther advance Hard July Reuters Ot tawa dispatch from French headquarters reads as fol lows Some of the hardest fighting on the whole battlefield is now raging on the new front astride the Ardrein The British arrived at the point of con centfetion south the Marne on the 17tn instant and attacked on the morning of tUe 20th on a fivemile front between the Southern of Coverton Wood and the village of They were opposed by four German the 123rd and the which had been engaged since the and suffered heavily in an attempt to pierce the Italian front with a view to reaching the Marne and turning tho French po sition at Last evening the German resist ance was most stubborn and the fight ing wae persistent along the whole front between the and Vrigy which with the woods to the was captured by the The New The line today runs roughly alcmg the railway fronrNanteull to Chateau The Germane are using ar tillery on both sides of the Onrcq and their front is stuffed with machine gun There was fierce fighting between the Americans and the Ger mans on the crests north of1 the the Frando north of the being steadily During the we advanced 2 miles in the region of Charteves andMont capturing a number offorti fied Fires were visible during the night at several points behind the enemys The German stores or SUFFERED TERRIBl AGONY FnilMtlw MOM 6m Him May FoMeven I suffered terribly from Severe Headachesand I had belching gas from and I had chronic Constipa I tried many remedies but nothing did me a friend advised I took this grand fruit medicine and it made me To everyone who vhas miserable health with Constipa tion andlndigcstion andBftfl I say take and you will get ALBERT a 6 for trial size At dealers or sent postpaid by Fruita tives depots fired by our guns were burn It is known that the enemy en gaged between sixty and seventy di visions since the loth and a careful estimate reckons the total German wounded or taken at Wind and heavy rain storms great ly hampered the activity on the main During the morning it rained stqpdlly and a violent gale made the work of the aviators im thus reducing the effective ness of the The operation between Mont Didier aniLMorenil is because it gives back to us our view over the Avre River which were lost early in Suivillers and Aubvillers He under the crests of the hills dominating the river valley and their capture means that we occupy the A most im portant improvement of the line along the Avre has been NEW TROOPS ARRIVE July is officially an nounced through the press censors office that the following troops have arrived in the United Kingdom Infantry draft part First Depot Manitoba Cavalry draft 34th Fort Garry Infantry draft First Batta Saskatchewan Infantry draft First Depot Manitoba Win Infantry draft First Batta Saskatchewan Re Probationary medical nursese and other drafts from Eastern making a total of Paper reInforced by cotton or linen has been invented In a sheet of the textile being inserted between two layers of with which it mix Slaughter Slaughter The daughter of the Huns in Europe goes successfully jn and will con tinue until the troops of the allies march down the streets of The slaughter of prices on mill wprk and mouldings goes on from Wednesday until Saturday of this The prices are so low you cannot fall to take advantage ofthem our saving la over one Make use of some of these In Improving your You will never be able to buy them as cheap given below are for cash 7 Screen 8 Screen 5 4 2 6 1 5 1 6 18 5 3 6 from 26x66 to 5 and 6 mostly We alto have 3 GLAZED size These are glazed threequarter length with double strength glass and have an ornamental To move these we offer them to ypu at the slaughter price of These goods are all displayed at eur new 1st Avenue and 13th opposite the Ellison Do not fail to call and take some of these goods home with Citizens Lumber Limited CONFERENCE M GO 100AY July of the railways arc in conference to with the and air Henry Dray chairman of the rail way In regard to the request of the transportation companies for Increased because of the com ing Into effect on August 1 of the Me Adoo schedule of wages for afl em ployes of The railway offic ials claim thar the McAdon schedule as It stands today means an Increased disbursement fof salaries of upward of a They also state that amendments to the McAdoo h6w under al if wbnld add many to the rail ways will hate to pay employes dur Ing the twelve months period cote mencHg August Under the terms of the Settlement offered the railway it was provided that amendments to the Mc Adoo schedule would apply to Canad Ian It was semi officially Intimated at the that an Increase in rates would be un Today it is understood that the amount of rate increases to granted is under TMi government is likely to be governed largely by the recommendations of the railway Announcement of the In rates is not likely to be long It is considered like ly that the hew rates will go effect on the same date the railway employes begin to get the benefit of the Increased IN ENGLAND YET July Dally News Ottawa correspondent wires Confidential advices aro in the hands of the cabinet as to the reasons Sir Robert Borden is remaining for a time in They cannot be made except to say that Sir Robert and Premier of Aus tralia and of South are bacRlng Lloyd Georgd in a fight for making for increased effi ciency of the British army of which the overseas forces form amost im portant Lloyd Georgehaa ear nestly askM for their presence in England until plans are complete ly Sir Robert Borden is remaining in England for patriotic reasons and attacks which are being made on him for hisjabsence abroad It is felt only arise from ignorance of the POSTOFFICESARE ALljDUPNOW July MacPherson and two stamp girls con stitute the entire staff onduty at the Vancouver post office this Mo is being received or sent out and none is being distributed to boxes or through general Mll business Is absolutely A general strike was calledlast night of post office royal mail transfer rail way mail clerks and all other post office The striking letter carriers held a meeting this morning at which their president explained that no word had been received from the Toronto head Thfl men express the belief that the government will grant an arbitration board today and that the strike will be called Is Postponed July conference between members of the government and Toronto letter carriers has been postponed until this It was originally understood that the conference was to be this morninK and the majority of the delegation wene in Misunderstand ing had in regard to the time and some of the including were un der the impression apparently that the conference was to be in the after were not Under the conference was s Chatham Men Strike July etter carriers at a meeting this after noon decided to strike until such time IB concessions asked for are granted by the A British mall ar rived and was delivered after which the postmenhung up their AUSTRIAN JEWS AND THE ALLIES The following interesting news tern appeared in The Montreal Gazette for July 16th n July Israel ites of according to an offic ial dispatch Amsterdam are showing their ttympathy for the In this fol lowing passage u from the Lemberger t The difference in attitude between the two groups at belligerents it be coming more The en tente is about to 4o wore and inor lor whereas the Central Powers pram lao leas and It we were w draw up a list of the shortcomings of our the censor would leave nothing but We Aus trian Israelites find more and more the attempt to abandon our newUrallty and forcibly renounce our to declare ourselves on the slilo which upholds the Interests o lio daddy and I WRICLEYSr appetite digestion 5 you tick swefet tooth Flavour A July following and men have the Distinguished Conduct Medafc for services la the machine gun at great risk obtained and used effectively several captured enemy machine Squadron J Strathcona in charge of his squadron when almost all of it had been he grasped the situation and drew the remainder reformed fin ally cleared the wood of the organized counter drove enemy out in killing leader and captured Strath cona Accompanied by other men he rushed causing twenty of enemy to surrender and captured three machine rail way during withdrawal suc ceeded in removing all stores and equipment under an intense bom Fort Garry though con tinued to lead his and having reached objectives was organizing de tense when again seriously LABOR PARTY BAD July Renters Ot awa split In the labor party shows signs of Fol lowing the repudiation by Hodge of the two main planks of the partys comes a statement from General Secretary of the Federation of Trades that there Is a strong feeling among tho trade unionists against the whole labor movement being handed over to the men who really do not and whose chief aim seems to be to build up a postwar situation for John Miller Albertas Eyesight 404 Underwood Will be at Dallas Lethbridge Stampede Week July 22 to This is YOUR OPPORTUNITY to have your eyes Intelligently examined while in the city at no extra expense as consultation will be If you are not acquainted lyith my asl the many in au4 about Lethbridge who are wearing my DO NOT HESITATE TO BRING THE CHILDREN 1 ONE OF OUR PLEASED CUSTOMERS Before leaving IrelandI had our daughter Lillian to two of tho most prominent Eye Her eyes at that time were very badly BO much so only part of the pupil was The consultation and medicine cost with no and was advised nothing but an operation would straighten the Whea I arrived in Coalhurat I was advised to see Miller of which I and I am delighted IQ say that by using the glasses lie prescribed my daughters eye has been ;