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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - July 30, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta VOLUME XI. LETIIBRIDGE. ALBERTA,. Ti:i-:SDAY, JULY :�), 1> exportation ot which is.prohibited except under linenso of - the Canada War Trade Board was issued last evening. !rhe restrictions are imposed on Ahese commodities following similar action Dn* the part ot the United Statas, and, It. is understood, placed Canada on the same footlni; with regard to import and export restrictlonB as the iJnited Rtntes, It was statect. at the nfllce of the Canada War Trade hoard that the'Uhltod States would, in all probability not Interfere In' future with shlpnionts (or Canada coming through that country, and that for-tnalitle's in connocilon with such shipments would. It was hoped, be waived. I No license is required to Import, the following commodities from the United States, hut they can he imported from other countries only under license: Antimony, antimony ore, or any chemical ;extracted therefrom; Bsphait, balata, burlap, cocoa '(cocoa beans), uaftclno, call'eihu, thetne, or trlmolUyla antliino, caselno or lac tarene, castorheahs and castor oil, chrome, chromeore, or any ferro-alloy or. chemical extracted therefrom, ehromlto, cobalt, cobalt ore, or any lerro-aloly or chomicnl extracted Uierefrom, cocoanut meal, shredded, flesslcated'or prepared; cocoonut oil; copper ore and copper concentrates containing loss than sixty per cent of copper; cbpra, corundum or cotton; emery, ferro-alloys, all ferro-alloys; flax or flax seed; graphite crucibles, Kutta'joolong, gutta siak, gypsum; industrial diamonds, Iridium, iron ore; hemp, hides, skins, leather, tanned. Bklns and muftlers ot leather; jute; kapoc; manganese, manganese ore, or any ferro-ulloy or chomical extracted tlierotrom; mica, molybdenum ore or any', ferro-alloy or chemical ox- AT CONSIDERABLE E TURKEY TO HANDLE CAUCASUS OWN WA Does Not Approve of Germany'i Ideas-May Have Severed Relations London, July 30.-Describing the attack of the fourth guard dlylslon o� the Americans who are now organizing their line after their vlci;ory, Renter's correspondent with, the American army telegraphing Monday says the Americana were at a considerable disadvantage in numbers In this Ilght-ing. , . y "There w�s no holding the crack fresh picked division as it came down the hill,'.' he continues,, "the Americans having to give ground to weight of numbers and fought back.step by step through Sergy down to the Ourcq. They were very far from done with, however, and before the Germans realized it they had been forced to yield ground and were pushed clear through the village. , \ "That was the beglnnlitg ot a desperate struggle which contluu