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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 15, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta I TUB SATURDAY, JUNE 15, 1918 American Soldiers Going as ,Fast asT the Ships Can Load Them Up indicated thai other prepf.rntory oper- ations were-elected first. Asked as to the time American reinforce- ments iiilsW restore Ihe balance of man poiver'of the allies, t'.cueral MaK-h'sald It was ''iuiupsslbls to pro- diet a day ahead when', a mastering superiority would he lu the hands ot the allies." General .March took occasion Lto correct tho Impression that thp.Ger- KISS rt soaie points gone General March said thai ihe only j u ,pud lhe n0ints rcached iu 1SU, lie obvious objective of ihe Ueruun ad J faf ihat at no vance. is, first the channel ports, the j dm-ln- present offensive capture of which would make it ueces- Gcman5 come ciospr Paris sary for England, in shipping troops, j han 2014 of the Jar n lo go further up the sea. slowing up and musing the transportation dangerous, and second, IVi' %ashlneton, T June troops sent to' France uumber- more than SW.WO, General March. chleJ of staff, announced lixlay. 1 The number ot troops now f being transported. General. said; is JuuittW oily oMhe thtps ayaiiiUe to.carry we Jwill coniinue to along this added.'1 'The' SOO.OOO figure locludes all branches of the service necessary to iriako up a complete, army, both com- batant and ton-corn bataiu units. UeH' (TO! March said. All war department i figures .regarding sent across will be given out on this basis. A Common Scheme General1 March said lhat the four irives so tar made were- "a; mans tart of a common scheme ot often-J added, "would be a straightening out! Up to this lime, he added, the [of that line. Our last inCorraalion isj estensiou of the allied from from i that (hey are still attacking that line KhHms to the sea had reached slity-j west of Solssons." 1 ,-ix miles. To hold lhat added line, hcj 'Balance of Power PHONE 12Z4 they made tu 1SH toward General March's disclosures :is -ui strategic imiwrtauce in !irsl weekly conference well as of' Importance In ihe people 01. correspondents. Early France." hu ihe day he told members of thjs The chief of staff viewed Ihe pres-, military committee their ont offensive more as an endeavor meet condi lions the west Following this meeting le commissioners will center -with le members of the Western' provin- al agricultural advisory boards, ap- dlnleil- in each province, to fu'rtlier 5Cnsa placing returnetl men tile eiperlence in farming, o take up land and participate ill the )omJnfon loan. Tfie question of provld- ng an organization, Jn. each province o keep fn touch wiLhrthe men who al- eady hare- been i ass afio with at these Following out the policy of the board n meeting "returned. I am afraid, aL.tlmes my cousin shocks as well as amuses. She really does not Intend to, and it would be quite contrite if she found it so. But to go back to biwka. Get Rich- ard Pryce's "The Statue EL the Wood." You know he 1 wrote "Christopher" and "David both capi- tal stories. The story is rural Eng- Nelson Co. SlKrWck Ctnwr 3rd Avenue and 7th St S. land of fifty years ago, one might justly call them now "the fiood old ivhen they make application for Joan. 1 corker of a tale. UtIng's In tlie' west 'ai 'the Ya'rJpua Here Is the po Anne' Forrester, a'young English woman of the fiaec61d county family class, ivho has b'eeii married at nine- teen to a man much older than her- self, conies back leu years a childless to lha 1m a inherited from her brief, conventional mar- ried left her nature'unstirred and in ot readjust- ment she herself depending mdre-and more ort'thti young overseer "manages Tho intor- at length to a passionate andi unespected mas. On tills ttomc ihc'-.'aviUior has writ- ten a storiS of'deticalc humor and profound, understanding of- the fem- Infna heart, a novel that will be ea- joyed by every. the best in present day fiction. .-Then" there is -''The.Three Black !by Joseph Hergesheimer, generally regarded 'as' lhe best Am- crlcan'norifl'of mtikos good reading and 1 feel quite- sure you would en joy it: v' And now, if with-all you 'are doing you think the lime''too precious to rear] these 'whole books of romance, get the.year hook of short stories, a selection of the cleveresl'storles from all the magazines foV the year. It saves one heap? wading through the magazines for a real There isn't a leaf of common tea in a ton of it, and stronger it really is the most economical to use in your Blue British grown tea. FOR OUR JJiDlES' ADVERTISEMENT v 9 Hudson's I Co, GOVT. OFFICIAL ON CHARGE OF THEFT' St, Jjjne s James E. for more than thirty years paymaster of the Welland Canal, faces a chare: of stealing .from the depart-.1 railways and canals. EMPLOY OUR PCK PLIABLE SERVICE OUR BIG FURNITURE VAN ANDIAUTO VAN INSURES.CAREFUL HANDLING WITH NO JAR.RINQ OR SCRATCHING YOUR PIANO OR .FURNITXIRE.V; CHARGES REASONABLE. THE MdLEAN 313 SIXTH STREET SOUTH PHONE 1097 points .-will be heM in Srclsrlhal a sold- er may present-bis case personally rtese ilttlngi-irill tie hfli at tlic fpl- owing.places and -V- 20, line Sai'.Yorklon, Jun.e-.27-i .SastatooD, Tune 29. July 1 and 2; 15, 25, .Wne June 2S; Regina." 4; oose Jaw, July 5, Swift Cufrent. July 7.. S; Lctibriage, July 12, r Tho toard has In anplica- I'onB west of Ihe Qresf takes deal rvUh oh ttjelr trip' loba; '218 in Saskatchewan; 258'In Altieria and 19 In British Columbia. The Nexl Week Will Decide Fale of Crops in Mist poem T hare savefl for you It''is by a risingj young poet-and seems', to, me one of the; most lieauli- ful expressions the war ha3 brought from a soldiers heart. "THE CRICKET." Let Me Go Back to France. K. me go back lo France.-- I'll flttde In thlg ease. This dbing as I Let me go back to France _ "Butfhere is yfiti say? s You ptead my soul away ff Oh, yes, U Is a Hell, But know, my gentle full well, The very C'hrist. walks there- Sot here, not. here, 1 miss Him licie, i While 4here He seems so near; Thev call! They's calling me to come. Utit I cannot hear The voices evef In my ear am so tired of you'say? Ye vest I loo; but so are War-weary are thoy. every one, But them, tell them that I come! You've noubeon could you know Tho mPTTiorlca that haunt me so! Ff I co'nM make you understand The next be the most anxious perloll of- the' the farmers, accordini; to A L Qwlly district agcni, who ha-s lust retimed from a tour of the ili'trlct Uirourt -T.ioEr to Bow Islaml.' across toVKorc'- ani! relnrhln'e'.rfa' Lucky' Elrfre anil Foremost. .With -rain bcWri .lone 22nd. Southern, Alberta Will la good crop. Otherwise U will be more or less of a failure, Is a.sreat deal of-fhe counlry best ot condition, with enough" moisture near the top (o carry the crorf a Ibiig way yet. But itathcajt, the sit- uation Is.hot In tho Foremost district som Too'd me gently by tho 'hand, this Highest, Hcavn's And'point lhe way'1 Today. I am not ooM, dear And oh, I But were door, And 1 could c.iter I'd kfieel upon the threshold With a Unlll the Great All Father, Who lent Uih world his son, Answered, "Go hack to France's And hold U till 1 In the Foremost district some of tho grain. Is In the sbolblado, and" AMERICANS 1JOMB it result, he short. Mr, Qiially, slates that the calllo are- look, fine. On Thursday night there-was .a ralri nt KewDaylori'' and whlcft swung north to Conrad, hut It was light. Considerable In the Barons anil ..Monart'h districts been blown out Sy (ho high winds pi Monday and Friday and the farrners are busy seeding' the 'WniTtiffolctiScl fot fetid. HUN LINES WITH GAS With the American Army In France, June American' SJatteHes last ntgSt hurled thousands, 5f gai shells Fnto the German Along th'e Marne front, northwest Chateau Thierry, The; borribarrf- wai In rcUdttfcfl 'fer a gas attack by the An Optician's work entails more than merely fitting the eyei. There i: the ality to suit a, well slionW hejp the mar it. And that U what our scientific methods'do for you. 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