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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 26, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta HBHIDOB Y HERALtf PAGE FIVE IR PL SECT VISITS THE FLEETS Impressed With Cooperation of Navies of and Britain With the American Army on the July Aasoclated FrancoAm erican troops on the front northeast of moved their lines farther forward The al lies along the front to the east like Wise made progress at the Americans at one point attaining an objective a kilometre Clinging desperately to tne hills and the the qermans are using their machine their artillery and their air forces and quantities of gas In an effort to hamper the ad Crown Prince Too With the French Army In July re trospective glance at the entire bat tle since tho Germans tried to cross the Marne In their great effort to break up the French armies shows that the crown thinking tho French exhausted by the terrific de fensive battles which they had fought during May and June had decided to launch a fresh often He was so confident of success that he did not endeavor to hide his When Generals Von Von Von Boehm and Von Eben started the attack on the night of July 14 they expected to overcome all resistance and easily capture Epernay and Cha General had prepared another plan which was pre sented to Generalissimo Foch on July and which was approved the fol lowing The Idea was to abandon advanced posts and to hold the principal line of resistance with only the absolutely essential forces and in the meantime prepare to spring a counter offensive on the German flank when the enemy troopswere fully engaged In the bat Eastward on from the execution of General iPetalns plan was favored by strong old but to the westward of the iroblem was complicated because the rganlzatlon of tho ground held by he French had not been MAJESTIC TWO NIGHTS NEXT FOR WOMEN ONLY The Motion Picture Triumphant BIRTH THE SANCTITY AND DUTIES OF No plot no faked real life an educational advent of a child held tho audience Birth is a picture that should be by every Birth Is endorsed by the leading doctors and newspapers all over the world as a valuable and educational and Instructive Admission 50 cents any seat in the Upset Their When the battle and the opposition plans wero put to the that of General Potaln proved Itself superior to the Tho British and Italians cooperated in a wholehearted wav and completely upset the crown princes The result was the utter defeat and discomfiture of Ger man armies which wero obliged to employ many divisions which had been reserved for later The allied counter offensive was remarkably well prepared and exe It struck at the right place and at the proper The Germans are now very anxious regardlri the po sitions ot their great army between the Aisne and the It is for this reason they are fight ing with The present moment for them Is one of the most critical of the since the allies possess the initiative and the rapidly increasing armies en able them to undertake operations which would otherwise be The fighting will continue to be very as the ground which the Germans occupy Is very suitable for a defensive but their resistance Is costing them Their diffi culties are being augmented every day and it is probable they will be compelled to think hard before start ing any other offensive action even if Its object is only to relieve the sit Little Change With the American Army on tho AisneMarne July ciated is little change In the operations on the southern arc of the salient south of To the OulcyLeChateau has been Farther south the Germans have been driven out of the positions they had taken on the north bank of the The French and American troops are advancing farther In the La Fere The Germans keep up a heavy especially from their heavy against the French and American but their efforts are ineffect Recover All Ground With the French Army In july the east of the French under General have recovered virtually the entire line of advanced positions which they aban doned when the Germans made their first onslaught on the night of July The famous Main De which marked the eastern extremity of the German offensive line is again In allied Everywhere this region Is covered with German bodies which the enemy has been unable to bury since he suf fered such terrible losses from the allied artillery when he was concen trating for his assault on the French Two Hun Attacks With The British Army In July the Associated Press Germans since last evening have attacked In considerable strength In two places along the British line but succeeded in accom plishing nothing at After sev eral hours a strong enemy party at oclock this morning launched an attack In the Fletre sec tor In aiming at from which was driven a week He seems to have got ten nowhere with tho althocgh the operation is CZECHS WILL FIGHT Their Highest Duty Is To Harm Austria Whenever Possible July Czechs declare that they hate and will fight Austria forevfcr God they will in the end des troy her completely because Aus tria embodies a century old crime against liberty of said Deputy a Czech Socialist In moving in the Aus trian lower house an indictment of the ministers for their decree ordering the partition of The highest national duty of the Czechs is to harm Austria wherever continued This we owe to the Czech people and to our loyalty to the Bohemian crown which loy alty can only be put In practice by betraying we are determined betray her whenever we July an In spection of the allied destroyer base with Sir Eric first lord of the British Franklin assistant secretary of the United States Navy stat ed to the Associated Press that he hart been greatly impressed with the putting together of tho British and American naval units Into one effi cient antlsubmarino operating force without either losing any feature of its He said The word cooperation has been worked but tho word means Just that and more Our flotilla is as much united as when It arrived or could be at a base where there were no other The same may be said of the yet all are working together under a British ad who has the admiration of every officer of the The forces here have done effec tive with a combination of British experience and American will ingness to ability to grasp con ditions and determination to The spirit of the officers and men is impressive both regarding their own work and their cooperation with the British high AT THE MAJESTIC The Bostonlansare at Hie If you happen to see a lievy of ex ceedingly pretty young Kirla going down the this you may take It for granted that they arc the who opened their en gagement at tho Majestic last It would be difficult to imagine a or more pleasing organization than tho Of the old possibly tbe best re membered who are still with tho Is Doris funny as with her Inimitable way of put ting her songs The Bostonians will bo at tbe Mn Jestlc for tho remainder of tlita and will present a different musical comedy each tonights bill be ing the musical farce AT STARLAND Charles wellloved arronn star of The Pinch Tbe Clodhop The Son of Hin Father and His Mothers is now appearing in his very Paramount pic Tho Hired at tho Star land Tho Hired Man is from atf original story by Julien Jos and was directed by Victor Schertzlnger under the personal sup ervision of Thomas Ince A novel episode in The Hired Man Is a country In which Ray wins a hurdle race against overwhelming There is also a delightful love story running through the production In it is for tho beautiful daughter of bis employer thatRay makes tho big sacrifice whlclrforms tho basis of the In addition to this ex cellent that excYutlatlngly funny comedy From London to Lar featuring bonesomo will be AT THE EMPRESS An interesting feature In the pho todrama An Alien tho first Paralta Play to star Louise which will bo shown at tho Empress theatre for two beginning to is tho appearance of an entire regiment of California troops in tho Three hundred members of he California National head ed by tho Coast Artillery band from sort MacArthur woro mustered at he Paralta studios at Los Angeles luring the filming ot the picture to aid in creating a patriotic atmos phere and to lend realism to some of he war These scenes the companies their first opportunity to train with complete guns and helmets and they entry of a con tlngent of American troops Into a French town behind the firing Whllo tbe soldiers who took part lavo been organized for two all having been enlisted In The a regiment of California Na they have not been called into active but have inen carrying on regular training In Los Angeles without uniforms or For the scenes In which participated In the each man was uniformed and equipped by tho wardrobe room and prop de partment of the Paralta T TO SAYS THE To arotne sluggish to relieve Jlitumd to fortify yowr self against PUS 1 PPRESQ LTONIGHTU The resultof ten thousand years of profound thought the marvelous engines fashioned by great for the welfare of the race the pearls ot litera ture the flowers of all these at the command of a viciouB giant with the brains of a LOUISE GLAUM FIGHT THE DRAFT July Gall cians of Canada will launch In the Winnipeg courts next week a test case to decide whether Galicians can be drafted in Canada for any kind of military combat ant or The Galicians have retained as counsel Fred Heap and Sar senych and If a Kings Bench de cision goes against ijhem they are provided with funds to carry the question to the privy council in it is announc IN AN ALIEN ENEMY ALSOTOTO funniest man In the See him today In the Junk ENDS FRUIT Heres 10 WILL STRIKE sparkling clear brain and bright Keep the tyttem cltan with 28 MAJESTIC TONIGHT AT THE FAMOUS BOSTONIANS IN DAY DREAMS Prices duly Lloyd George tonight announced on be half of the government that all men who are wilfully absent from work oh or after Monday will be deemed to have voluntarily placed themselves outside the mun itions Protectioncer tificates will ceaseto have effect and the men will become liableto the provisions of the Military Ser vice the premier BRANDON PRIZES July the Brandon summer fair Pride of Glen owned by i won the senior and grand championships for champion Aberdeen The junior championship went to Muskogee Heather owned by of In the horse owned by Hugh of was the reserve in the cham pionship for The cham pion Percheron stallion was owned by Van Stome and of North SENT MAIL BY SECRET CHANNELS New July that he sent mail to Germany through secret channels for almost a year after the United States entered the ban been made by George Sylvester editor of Vierecks formerly the according to a statement made tiy Attorney General Lewis of New SHUTS GERMAN BANKS July bill which finally winds up the German banks in and prevents their opening for five years after the passed its third reading in the house of com mons July special to the Calgary Canadian from Ottawa says A cabinet council was called for noonxtoday to specially consider the situation arising out of the refusal of the postmen of Western cities to re turn to work and accept tho proposal emanating from the recent conference held in The government will not appoint a conciliation In fact the government in the first place takes the grounds that there is noth ing to conciliate or arbitrate in the second that the appointment ol a board would be an abdication of the powers and func tions of the We are not in the position of a company dealing j with its employes and desiring to j keep wages down to the absolute min said We are here to see to it that all members of public service are treated fairly and We ourselves are the conciliation board in the It Is for us to hear demands and to arbitrate as to their Apart from that it is contended that there is really no application to be heard proposing a minimum of and a maximum of They agreed that for the present the bonus system would It is pointed out here that the eastern to whom the bonus system is not so satisfactory as it stands as the granting of max imum and minimum would are back at work while the western men to whom the bonus system is quite as goodjare In the oast the present system is as follows Minimum plus bonus in plus in or a total of The maximum is plus two bonuses amounting to or a total of This it will be is short of the original In the west the minimum is plus extra allowance on account ot higher cost of living in the plus bonus in plus in or a total of To all in tfents and West ern men are now getting practically what they more on the minimum and 31 less on the maxl after is there to arbi trate about so far as the west is con the government Just what action will be taken in the matter is to be decided in council His Majestys mails must be Firm action is There are several methods which can be FRESHLY FROZEN ICE CREAM as we serve it is aibout the most deli cious thing one can Stop in and have a dish of it you feel tired and out of It Will Refresh You quicker and surer than anything else After you have enjoyed its goodness think of the folks at Take home a pail of cream so the whole family can have the same treat as you have It makes a splendid Bon Ton When Visiting the STAMPEDE DO NOT FAIL TO SEE THE FAMOUS 1020 AND 1530 TITAN TRACTORS Also Goodison and New Racine Threshers INFORMATION AND DEMONSTRATIONS GIVEN CHEERFULLY International Harvester of Limited SIMlAffi TONIGHT AND PARAMOUNT FEATURE LONESOME LUKE In FROM LON DON TO CHARLES RAY IN THE HIRED Reels SLIGHT July was a slight increase In the number of workers idle here Most of were to stop through a failure of the pbwer The secretary of the joint committee of the Engineers and Trades had announced that because the men despite the no strike pay will be distri ANOTHER July mil lion dollars in debentures will be is sued by the Greater Winnipeg water district according to the decision reached by the board at Its meeting yesterday This will be the second million of the four million dol lars which the district has au thorized to U TONIGHT ill BIG DOUBLE PROGRAM CATTLE FEED CRISIS IN 4 MANITOBA July is ex pected that a specal war sea slon ot the Manitoba legislature will be called within a few weeks to deal with the cattle 4 feeding in Premier Morris is expected back i in Winnipeg next THE REAL PILLAR OF SOCIETY Its a good rule that works both When the farmer supports the home merchant and the home merchant supports the you have the real pillar of The farmer would have a poor farm if he did not have a good home And the merchant cant build up the home market He must have the support of the the merchant has poor bus iness when the Service he gives is not the best The trade must be The services must be the picture you are looking at Now should be true from both If k doesnt quite suit you this turn the paper Now you have seen the Real Pillar of The farmer upholding the merchant and the merchant upholding the ;