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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 14, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta THE umroniDOE DAILY HERALD PAGE NINE Renters Ot tawa Germans yeater clay continued to push westward near where they arc trying to en velop tho VillersCotterets Forests and pqueeze out the who re main north of the Their effort had little They were held on tho whole frqnt between Mont Dldler und whlle between tho Alsne and VlllerrCottereta Forest they have only prasvesBCjl about two miles In day theysucceeded In effecting a lodgment at three points north of the forestSuch are ot littlevalue In this In which the flghtirtg has re verted tothe primitive Trenches are the combatants using natural creeping through bush es and corn fields and often camouflag ing their helmets with and Such advance as the Germans have achieved has nowhere been iinfirm as Is effected wrth heaviest The continues to bo the vital factor In the strategic to gether with fapt that the American woiglit Is beginning to Tho cor respondents dwell on the difficulty of the energy his front line 4 tllVHWT PROHIBITION June only five members present the agricultural committee today Inserted in the agricultural appropriation bill the amendment ofSenator Jones Washington to tor national prohibition during the ff FEAR A SPREAD OF STEEL STRIKE Senator Robertson and Waiters Will Be Sent To Nova Scotia June possi bility of a sympathetic strike among the steel workers of Sydney nnd Syd ney mines was discussed here laat night on itcelpt of news from New There is understood to he an agreement between the men under which tiiey will all go out in case of at any of the got iij touch with the mens leaders both here and at Sydney Minos and it Is said that as a result there will be no strike in Cape Breton for the at At the request of the men the minister of labor suggesting that Sen ator Robertson and Walters be ALLEGIANCE OF TOM June at a luncheon at the Aldwych Club to day former Premier Asqulth said there was no use in cloaking minimizing Iti that the allies had reached a most critical period In the fortune of But nothing that had happen ed on the western front alnce the last of he would In the slightest degree weaken British allegiance to the the real purpose for which the British people were fighting or their determination to press on to the final accomplishment of their Asqufth provoked In speaking of the strain of the present he said that they afforded opportunities for the cruder form of sensationmonger ing which found a readv market among people of low intelligence and high A MEDICAL SCIENCE TORONTO VARSITY and filling thVgaps In Ms to Cape Breton at once discuss with men partially from with paw froops withdrawn from HusslAyirta with minors and workmen hurriedly Praise For Foch The from lack of manoeuvering French experts who loudly praise General Fochs handling of the point out that though In a piuch lesser Is now enjoying advantage previous ly possessed bytho the ability fiufekly move troops to theFrench In the present battle occupythe interior of tinsemi Uniuccenful Attack French Headquarters in June via neuters The uly enemy drive yesterday was an unsuccessful attack on The enemy seems to have accepted de feat along the rest of the line between Mont Didier and the Ger man advance during the last five days has been east of the Matzf They have not only been stop ped west of the but In some cases have beendriven back beyond their original Progress elsewhere has been topograph ical conditions favoring the Tho decisive episode was the count er attack on Jef whichfrustrated to gut near enough to bpmbard Paris with their ordinary Their Intention op that day was to straighten the line on the right wins between RossoijsSurrMatz and the Mont DldlerSenlls When tlje news of the successful French counter attack reached German grand headquarters the same the enemy opened a Hyorslon on the sec tion between the Alsne and VillersCot terets The honor of checking the If tho offensive ot April be enemy to obtain a dedisiqn belqngs the army and the soldiers who stem med the first German attack In the last week of the situation with he workmen and the The award of the Royal Commission Is generally unac ceptable to the Big Plant New June plant nf the Nova Scotia Steel Coal Company Is Idle The three thousand workmen employed by this company who quit work yesterday are on and no movement to wards conciliation has yet minister of pub noon tolay by special train for New It is to confer on behalf of the Dominion govern wltn the representatives of the workers now on June effort Crops Not Suffering as Yet But RainNeeded Chautauqua is on Bow June hot burn Ing winds which we have experienced during the past week have been very detrimental to the wheat in this vicin We been favored with a good rainfall this and unless an of rain Is received in the near future the crops in this dis trict will be considerably in Bruce returned Satur day after a visit in Redcltffe and Med icine Henderson and Warts motored toEtztkom on Mon Owfngtothe presenceof the UHIUU the regular weekly meeting of the local branch of Red Cross society will held on Friday of next instead after I guest in town Beams returned Saturday from Medicine Miss Teija Schouert agent the week end with her another aud Brophy returned from Ppnoka Lloyd Hopkins left on Friday for El First a guest in and Henderson guests in MedicineHat on Agur of llarnwell spent 4he weekend his family StepUduson of Pleasant View was n visitor here on Wednes Lloyd Garrison left on Friday for Calgary to report for nUHtary First tliu weekend in Tim big Ohautanqua is on and in apparently attending wud enjoying splendid prognimmus TALKED IN GERMAN AND ARE FINED June were summoned before Chair man White of tlie SfiQtJ County Coun cil of Defense tiJftay charged with talking In German over the telephone In violation of Governor Harclings The defendants were ordered to pay fines ranging from REFLOAT VESSELS SUNK BY June official estimates by naval experts show that more than toffs of shipping sunk by submarines may be refloat ed ail a result of salvage opera tlons conducted by Great Brit ain and the other allied govern ment new depart ment of medical involving the establishment of a special facul ty with an endowment said to be about is being considered by the board of governors of Uni versity of The money has been offered by a citizen of this city but the uame of the donor for the pre at until the plans are more lias not been made Intensive teaching of stu dents in special diseases of children and the department of medicine is the f r KNOWLES Moose June newly appointed member of the Martin was el eoted Tiere rlrtfcnting labpri tho majority be ing Over Tim volr In Moose Jaw oily wnn Knowles Baker Tbc MO dlor vote In was Knowles UnUor 4 I have left the city with its grinding With Its sordid sorrows and ilg pinch beck For the cletfiily comfort of a abode Tn a newlaid suburb on a twotrici 1 Where the mastiff wonts mo with a woof From a with a gam brel Where the leghrinm nestle in a chickencoop With a dormer window und a high Dutch Whore the small gambol and lie large pigs Brunt In a Sty of stucco a Queen Anne the horse shall whinny and the cdw sliall low In a new Greek siabin with a por tico Arthur Gmiorrimti In CANCELLATION pentor says tho board has no purpose to act hut will take time to go Into tho which undoubtedly has its as thoroughly as WEATHER FORECASTER FOR BRITISH ARMY June of the Associated Brltlah army is to have an official weather Battles may he WOtt 6t lost owing to unforseen atmospheric conditions and experts will be pointed to make daily reports ot prnhable changes In the has been made that Sir Napier ot the In ternational MetoroloKicnl lias been appointed scientific adviser to tlie government for tho period ot tho 9ir has been di rector of the British metorologlcal of fice in London since June the new amendments o the public utilit ies act will work out Is to be consider ed by the governments utility board In the light of Information seeurefi By Commissioner who has returned from series of confer ences In Lothbrldge and Med Icinn At of places he I met the civic authorities during his last weeks trip and discussed with the and city com missioners tho problems arising from the new The results of his j inquiries will laid before the I Therewas some difference of opin1 as to thf likely effects the proposition to1 separate from civic limits such twenty acre of land aa are not This in one of the main features of the and was dlscuHsed In con sideritble detail at each of the south frn The request put forward by Calgary was the government 1 should go allowing opportunj for the city government to with the other cities in brdor to a common ground of Car CUSHION RUBBER HEELS Graceful walking taught in an auet all life Start the children with iw t ti A List as Long as Your Arm Theres no exaggeration In that All the flav ors of stores and many are exclusive with us are Served at this The quality of our SODA WATER AND FRUIT SYRUPS Is The purity of our bever ages strongly recommend them to those who desire drinks free from anything injurious and the delicious taste is a source of delight to THE BON TON 420 FIFTH STREET Ask For Cats Paw Heels We advise you to get them now We have a line assortment at unexcelled SHOEMAN Beside Merchants Bank Third Avenue South HP m To Be We are not enumerating The high grade line we carry speaks for BRING THE BOY 608 Third Avenue To the Pure F Big Drop in Price of Butter and Eggs i Delicatessen Shamrock Cooked Jellied Ox Meat Head Cheese Finest Formers Dairy per 35c THIS IS THE FINEST DAIRY WE HAVE HAD THIS EVERY POUND Ghamrock 2 for 2 for 95c FRAY BENTOS COOKED CORNED BEEF THIS IS FINEST CORNED BEEF ON THE MARKET i Bttifns 2 dozfn for SATURDAY ONLY DOMINION MARKET COR 4f AVE 6TH PHONE 1664 r MAIN THIRD PHONES 412 AND1388 THIRTEENTH PHONE DAIRY FED LOIN PORK PORK PORK SPARE RIBS FINEST AYRSHIRE SPECIAL PORK ;