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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - June 14, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta THE LFTHBRIDGE DAILY III-nALD , PAGE NINE ?TENTATIVELY INSERT PROHIBITION CLAUSE. Washington, June 14.-With only five mcmbors present tho senate - agricultural csmmltteo today tcntatlvoly Inserted In the agricultural appropriation bill, the amondmont of Senator Jones ot Washington to pro-vliflo . for national prohlblMon during tho war. I.oiul6ii, June 14.-(via lloutor's Ot-ttiwa Agency.)-The Ocrmnns yealor clay continued to push westward near SolsHons. -sv-horG they are trying to en-volop tho VillerB-Cottorct.t Forests and squeeze out tho French who re-i/iiiiii nortir ol' the Alsnc, Their oftort had Uttln result. They were held on tho wholr> trejjit bolweeu Mont Dldler and Noyon, -while between tho Alsue and Vlllerr-.-Cottoreta Forest they have only i>rc>sros80cl "about two miles In two da^s ElthoiigH they succeeded In el'fpctiilK a lodgment at throe 'points north of tho forest;-Such lodgments, ho'vever, nre of llttlo value In this hntllc. In which tho fighting has re-vcrtnd to the primitive stage. Trenches are non-oxlstont. the combatants using nnturiil covor, creeping through bushes and corn fields and often camoufi&g-Ing their helmets with .grass and loaves. Such advance as the Germans have achiovcd has nowhere heen unfifm as la effected with tho heaviest loss. The latter. Indood. continues to bo the vital factor In the strategic situation, to-Kelher with Ijib fn-ct that the American v.-oiKlit is beginning to tell. The cor-roiipondenl'g d.'well on the difficulty ot tho enemy reljijlqixiing hi.s front line with men partially recovered from woi'nds, with poor troops withdrawn fioni Hussla. nud with mirujre and workmen hurHedly niohlllzed. f?ralse For Foch T\n' alllea'aro-sutferlnK from lack of manoGuverlng room. French experts v.ho loudly praise General Foch's handling of tho troops; point out that he. tliough in a (uucli lossor degree, is now cnjoyirtK the advantage previous ly pos.sessod by- tho Germans, namely, FEAR A SPREAD OF STEEL SlRiKE Senator Robertson and .J. C. Watters Will Be Sent To Nova Scotia . Sydney, N. S.. June T-l.-The possibility of a sympathetic strllio among tho steel workers oft Sydney and Sydney mines was discussed here last night on receipt of news from Now Glasgow. There is underslood to he an agreement between the men under which tlu;y will all go out in case of a,-strike at any ot tho plants. '.I. C. Douglas. M.P., got lij touch with the men's leaders botli here and at Sydney Mines and it is said that as a result there will he no strike In Cape Hreton for the present, at least. \t the request of tho men he^wired tho minister of labor suggeHting tliat Sen- .....^ _____, .......,.......^ a.tor Robertson and J. C. Watters bo and fining Hve^'^gaps'ln "his'.'dTvlsloiji^sent to Cape Breton at.once to discuss ALLEGIANCE OF BRITISH 10 CI London, June 14.-Speaking at a luncheon at the Aldwych Club today former Premier Asquith said there -vjas no use In cloaking the fact, .or minimizing its gravity,' that the allies had reached a most' critical period in the fortune of war. But nothing that had happened on the western front since the last iweek of March, he added, 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 aims. Mr, Asquith provoked cheering, when, In speaking of the strain of the present period, he said that they afforded opportunities for the cruder form of sensatlon-monger-ing which found a ready market among people of low intelligence and high credulity. f : ing over 400. 'I'Ik; vole in ; t� Moose Jaw oily wnn ICnowles ; ? liM7; Ilakcr indi;. Tho sol : othhridge and Medicine Itat. At each of these places ho met the civic authorities during his last week's trip south, and discusRod with the mayors, nldornien. and city com-mlssloncrs tho problems arising from the new leglslatloiv The results ot his j inquiri(^s w'lll be laid bofor(! the hoard.! There waiS some difforence of opin-1 Ion. iMr.. Carpenter reports, as to the j likely effects of . tho proposition to' separate from civic limits such twenty-acre lots of hind as are not subdivided. Tills ["'"y E^gWosr^-'^tf A List as Long as Your Arm There's no exaggeration In thsit statement. All tho wcll-knc.wn flavors of otlior stores and many that are exclusive with us are served at this fountain. The quality of our SODA WATER AND SYRUPS FRUIT thirteenth st. n. phone 431 " DAlltY FED LOIN PORK CHOPS, FORK TENDERLOINS, PORK SPARE R1B$. FINEST AYRSHIRE ROIL, SPECIAL PORK SAUSAGE. \ 02 ;