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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 27, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta JULY f MB LETHBRIDGe DAirv PAGE FIVI by far the ttroftgert tea dn the and its dtUckmt flaror cotta you nothiiig You may at well drink the4 best tea in four owinf to extra it really costs PASSED Amsterdam Judy lower bouse of the Austrian parliament has pasted the provisional budget for the aix months by a vote o 215 to well ae authorizing a war credit ofsix billion The ma jority composed of Christian So Herman German members ot the Polish Section and some After the vote had been taken the house adjourned Jor PorPlrash Qxcellent 1000 mifes between rugged Islands and forded connec tions by rail and trail with Yukon river floweni circling ico capped mountainsjwhose peaks glow in the midnight sun luscious berries borj dsring ageold carved totem men and women from the such a vacation wffl send you back better fitted for your part In tho r worlds ASK Olt WRITE FOR RESORT TOUR District S Bed Sides Just As Particular As You About tires i OUR customers are calculating fellows who know tireupkeep f Believe weve looked into this tire proposition from top to Take our advice and buy the one bett buy on the The Dia monds we have sold our customers are running giving less arid costing less in the end than any other tires we i Put a Diamond Tuba In a Diamond bg and you havo ideal tire equipment Baalim Motor Back of Union Lethbridge the American Army the Marna July were slowly yielding at mid day along the eouthern of Marne The American troops in sector continued passing forward with artillery sup port aflalnst heavy German ma chine gun The French also moved thelf positions ahetd somewhat with every Indication that their progreM would The Germans Were still occupied today In shipping the mala body of their forces July a result of the last weeks whole sltua tlon on the has been The according to a dispatch have 65 dlvisloni on the Champagne front and the whole jbf the crown princes reserves been only fresh reserves remain ing to the Germans are less than 30 divisions attached to Prince Rupprechts Last week it appeared certain that Crown Prince Rupprecht would be called upon to launch an Attack on the British the enemy put off this attack and the psychological moment for It has prbbably for the Germans appear committed to the great battle in progressand cannot fprd to stake heavily on a dubjous op eration at another part of the front according to the view of British ex Not Untenable The German situation in the although it is not the enemys difficulties are npt greater than those in which the British army was placed for many months In the Ypres salient before the capture of Mtssines The Ypres salient was five miles wide five miles deep and was dominated by the The present German salient Is now twenty miles wide and twenty miles deep is dominat ed by the allied Evidence has reached the allies Hi the shape of captured documents to show that the enemy had made up his mind on the day after the allied offensive be gan to undertake a retirement to a line either the Ardre or and actually had given orders for but these orders later were presumably owingto the difficulty of effecting an orderly retirement in the and it is now possible German command has decided to retain the present positions as long as Meanwhile the mllHary out that the allies are using up Lhe German reserves in a battle where the Germans are continually in a advantageous position so the situa tion is entirely satisfactory to the If the enemy remains in the salient he cannot possibly undertake any important offensive tKerefrora and the allies could hold the salient lightly and devote their energies One reason for the German aban donment ot the plan for retirement is found In the reports of allied air which shows tremendous conges tion along lines ot German com The Germans may be merely holding on as long as possible in order to effect an orderly withdraw al anLto remove the vast aocumnla tions of stores and munitions which had been gathered in this district ready for a great advance Undoubtedly a big effort will be made to straighten out the confusion which now exists along all arteries of the All these arteries are now constantly under the allies shell and work along them must be very Evacuation of the salient would be an admission of defeat which the enemy could not hope to disguise from either his own people or the out side and undoubtedly would have a tremendous moral effect on the German It Is true that the Germans are no military pur pose by remaining in the but they may prefer to pay tho cost rath er than admit the entire defeat of the much advertised On The American July Three days after the Germans evac uated the allies a lone German in Mont hiding ina The pris oner he was tired of the and was determined to secret him nclf notwithstanding the fact that he had and later tnke a chance by surrendering to the He as serted that the German soldiers were dissatisfied with the way affairs were nR and that the general opinion among them was that the crown prince was unable to bring sufficient rein forcements or food supplies to aid the forces being attacked from tlio The American soldiers watched with pleasure the prisoner appease his appetite after his three days The German requested the Americans not to report his saying If they did and he ever got back to Germany he wouldbe Capture Le Charmel capture Le Channel by American forces in their advance between the Ourcq and the Marne is reported in General Per shings communication for yesterday received today at the War 72 Divisions Jttly of 72 German divisions have been Identified in the Aisne and Marne paid an official dispatch today from Prance This represents one quarter of tho tot al number ot the German troops on the western the dispatch said ami shows the tremendous ronfemra tion the enemy has been forced to meet by Gerieral Focns counter at The dispatch also said that the French captured 50 1000 men four forty trench mortars anc 30 machine guns in therecent loca operation north of Mont Louise who due to the gor eousnesa of her Is widely noWn as The Lady of Peacocks makes her debut as a Parnlttt star In An Allen Enemy theEmpress leatre Of the most nee to the followers of the screen with regard to Mlas Glaums new Par Ho is the fact tnat tho roducers have now recognized in illss a talerft fof motional acting which has to a Rieat xtent been confined to a very small cope In the because of her con Inual appearance as a screen vam Her first An Allen 8 a straight drama fillet with strong ctlon and gripping situations and con alns nothing In the nature of aj eductress Miss Glaum is great y pleased with the change that takes I er from the unpleasant type f and that places her on lie plane which offers her unlimited losslbllities to display her versatility to compete with the leaders of ramatlc art on the Also the funny and the atest Scrgen AT THE OKIHEUM Charles Chaplin In A Dogs Life nd vaudeville will he shown at the Orpheum again AT THE MAJESTIC The Bostonlans will close their en agement at the Majestic Theatre to ight the bill selected be ng one of their best musical comed os The Girl from Over ThereT The Boatonians have been delight ng big audiences at the Majestic this and a lafgg crowd will doubtless young ladies of the company hearty send off The motionpicture entitled Birth shownBt the IVJajestlc Theatre n Monday and Tuesday to adies Birth is primarily a film dealing with the advent of a child into the world and the car6 with which it must ie tended during the first months of ts The scientific prepara ion of dressing nd feeding of these tiny mites of hu 1Y STRIKE Moose spe cial meeting of the local trades and labor council uas been called for Mon day night to consider THe postal strike situation and discuss the advisability of a sympathetic This action was taken in response to wires from Victoria and Members of railway organisations stated morning that the labor sit uation here at present was and it would take very little urging to bring out the men in the shops in a sympathetic 10c Packet of Will Kill MORf FLIES WORTH OF ANY Clean to Sold by all Grocers and General yMAJESTIC TONIGHT AT THE FAMOUS BOSTONIANS IN Girl From Over There Preliminary Announcement of AUCTION SALE WEDNESDAY JULY 31st AT 313 SIXTH AVENUE SOUTH COMMENCING AT TEN OCLOCK Superior Furniture AND EFFECTS INCLUDING REMINGTON ALSO IN GOOD RUNNING ON FRAMK WADDINGTON AUCTIONEER ALIEN ENEMY FEATURE EVERY ONE OF US We Full of Deadly Poiaciu At A Germ AUTHNWXICATION OR SELFPOISONING This eroui chief cause of poor health is ourneglect of the WosUj instend of passing from the lower intestlncvrcgularly every is allowed to remain generatirig poisons which are absorbed by the In other a persofr who Is habitually is poisoning We know now that due to nonaction of the is directly responsible for serious Kidney aud BladdorTroubles that it upsets the causes Loss of Appetite and Sleeplessness that chronic illieum Pain In The relieved as soon ns the bowel become regular and that Eczema and other Skin Affections disappear when Fruitatives ara taken to correct Fruiiaiives will protect you against Auto because this wonderful fruit medicine acts directly on all the eliminating a 6 for trial size At all dealers or sent on receipt of manity are duly shown In a series of attractive pictures filmed amid great airy hospital wards flooded with sun shine and the calm of infantile com The picture teaches and reveals what modern science can do towards lowering the rates of In fant Birth has been pfonouncecl authentic by some ot the greatest medical experts In the world and should be seen by every Danger Lurks in the Mouth IN the crannies and hollows of decay ed teeth and around the margins of Infected gums there lurk millions of Some benevolent and but other virulent and There will be found germs that cause disease of the ears and ulceration of thw stomach and abcessos of the facial rheumatism and And now it is even believed that kidney chronic headache and as well as heart disease together with a multitude of digestive and intestinal disorders find their starting point in tooth Take your Any one of those diseases cost you more to cure in doctors Why not liuve your teeth attended to By our modern methods its a simple If you are afraid remem ber arid let us assure Dentistry As We Practise It Is a Gentle Richards Nelson High Grade American Dentistry x PHONE 363 r Ott 4 Doors from Lethbridge Lethbridge ALBERTA EIGHTH AVENUE EDMONTON CRISTALL Smokers at Hie Bay TONIGHT from 7 to H tins Royal Mint Tobacco Regular Special Black Watch Chewing Tobacco Regular 16c 1 Special AVfc tins Old Chum Regular Special Players 50 In Reg ular Special tin VwC tins Senator Tobacco fcfec tins Old Virginia OC Tin N Hudsons Bay Company LAST TIMES TONIGHT CHARLES RAY IN THE HIRED MAN AND Lonesome Luke IN From London ttf Laramie MONDAY AND TUESDAY GOLDWYN PRESENTS MAE MARSH IN THE GLORIOUS ADVENTURE ALSO TWO REEL PPRESC Louise Glaum in An Alien Enemy ALSO TOTO THE FUNNY MAN BIG DOUBLE PROGRAM Charles Chaplin K Vaudeville EMPLOY OUR QUICK RELIABLE SERVICE OUR BIG FURNITURE VAN AND AUTO VAN INSURES CAREFUL HANDLINO WITH NO JARRINO OR PIANO OR CHARQM THE MCLEAN TRANSFER ;