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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 20, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta JUNE 1018 THE LETHBIUDGK DAILY Austrian Offensive In Nature of Hunger Drive June the Menf tello to the the battle of the Plave River Is continuing bitter ly without the Italian war office announced Lait night the Italians forced the In vaders to withdraw their whole front north of the Monts Belluna More than 1200 Aus trian ware taken and numerous machine guns were Italian Army June Austrias drive against Italy is positively a hunger offensive has been proved by news orders and ad dresses found upon Theso wore signed by officers ranging from Field Marshal Von Hoetzendorff down to regimental which was signed by the commander pf the famous regiment bearing the name of Archduke says remember the spoils we got fall from the Italians the warehouses full ol good olothes and canned flour and Think of your Think of the white bread you may win for The correspondent has visited groups of hundreds of all of whom arethin and They said they had hud little food for the last month and speak with horror of the winter months they had A sample of their black bread showed that it was made of rye straw and po Claims June Austrian troops have held all the ground they Knloiite allied linen so as to provoke and Captured Aus trians so garbed Were fXfUled after a drumhead coiirt martial In accord ance with i lie laws of A Further Effort Tho Italian losses have been com paratively while to the known Austrian Kisses will have to be added the niany Austrian dead wh ch still encumber the wooded mountain it IB still too early to predict thai the Austrian will not come back with a further Along the Plnve IV Austrian foothold in the western bank was today becoming difficult for then lo hold the floods net ii motion by the recent New Attack Austrian yesterday says the staU launched a fresh atlack on Ih Pluvc with strong forces and succeed ed at In gaining some ground in front of Later Italian serves wfcre brought up and forced the to French forces on the Asiago Plat eau stormed Austrian positions at liertigo and Italian troops succeeded In capturing Costalunga the statement x A Complete Failure Italian Army June a trip taken by the Associated Press correspondent along the entire completed this there was found ample evidence the Austrian hunger offensive had Except for their crossings of Ihe Piave the Austrians nothing for their attacks upon the Italians aside from front line observation already have been retaken or WarTime Cookery I FREE Send name and address for new Wartime Cookery This book contains recipes ch6sen by the judges as the best and most practical recipes submit ted in our recent cash prize It is intended to assist in the conservation of food and to effect savings in home cooking and j SAYS June Orders FRIDAYS GROCERY SPECIALS 10 Sacks Granulated one to Approved by CANADA of tho leads to The new advance waa made with the aid of infantry divisions under General Ltaron Schar Phe Italians attacked again south east of on the Mountain tho statement but met with the same poor success as on previous oc The battle in the IMontollo region increased in violence yesterday equal ling that of tho great battles on the Carao The statement says the Italians drove forward six times and employed reserves bill all their efforts were in Austrian Treachery Juno military of ficials learned before the Austrian of farisive says a semiofficial note issued that the Aiistrians had dressed Italianspeaking soldiers in Italian Uniforms in order to throw them in at a suitable moment into the MACBETH WITH SIR HERBERT TREE IN THE TITLE ROLE ALSO In a Very Funny 2 Reel Comedy IM PAWNSHOP TOMORROW SIRENS OF THE SEA The enemies fire was frequently and often virtually useless because of the cutting of the Austrian telephone communications by the Italian The exactness of the Italian artillery flro not only had the effect of spoiling the effectiveness of the Austrian but was responsible for the heavy losses which are known to have been upon the attacking Charles a Portage la Prairie insurance has been appointed to the position of provincial fire com missioner in left vacant by A E Hams Charles Heath has been in the Insurance busi ness in Portage Prairie for 0 Shall a Man Live Two Lives While a Woman Must Stand or Fall By One BULLETINS WONT GUARANTEE ORDER IN VIENNA June WeissKirchner of Vienna has in formed the Austrian Von according to a dispatch from the Austrian capital trans mitted by the correspondent at Amsterdam of the Exchange Telegraph that in view of the reduction of the bread rat ion he decline to guarantee order in the The burgomaster s demands for dried vegetables to make up for lackof bread has been cipal of Rrandon dent of tho before the Al berta Baptist convention IJLst Dr II was the ing inn Kduca lion in National Life War for McDermld said is a war for universal freedom andthe marching the church thai order which has never been Forward With faces turned in the right toward the truest and highest freedomsHie freedom of tin soul Never before has the world realized tho meaning of freedom imd with that larger realization ot Un meaning of freedom comes also the realization in order to maintain this freedom no sacrifice is too In the afternoon a resolution com mittee was consisting of I Charles i 1 and and then i Dafoc nnortod tor the i committee on receptions of new stating that two had been 1 started this one at Ridge near Red and one at Reid near These were received into membership of thirton Need for Never before In ihe Christian era has the need or tin opportunity for Finest Ripe per 35c First Evaporated Regular QO Friday 7 v Finest Ripe only Friday Special Finest Preserving 9 50C Household or 3 QA Very fine Friday Special Deliveries Every Hour Friday Special Backets Kelloggs Porridge per Finertttm of Only limited quantity RAIN CAN SAVE 15 PI OF June Is a bit overdry and crops are likely to be If good rains come within the next few days per of tho expected harvest can he saved it is estimated by the provincial v v v i lint RECIPROCAL DRAFT LAW APPROVED June Ap proval was given unanimously today by the senate foreign re lations committee I10 vc vised draft of the treaty be tween the United Stales and Britain for reciprocal the treatys ratification at the earliest REDUCE GERMAN RATIONS June the inability of Germany to help Austria in her food difficul the Cologne Gazette says the bread ration in Germany will also have to be reduced until next har Only Salnds June at least six says the Vienna a Christian educational program been i as great as at said iden in speaking on esmae ment of but otherwise crops in general will be The country for seventy miles around Ivl monton has bad abundant moisture and local showers have fallen in other parts of the but generally speaking the eastern half and the sou thern country is In those dist ricts the crops on Spring plowing and land stubbled In will be even If rain comes but better results are given for fall summer fallow and cultivated Whether Alberta will have a fair yield or a poor one depends almost entire ly upon the weather of the next few en n tion in National Now is the time when we must put new color into our educational systems we must never again lean toward the German methods as we wenleaning in many instances before the Bakers EXPORI OF OLD ALBERTA TRADING POST six says the Vienna Neuc fiei king on the how far can the people of Austria will nave i astor Onc of the weaker exist on little more than 9alaUS churches in hjs said that he Peace closing of the Hudsons Buy Companys post Dunvegun is soon to mark the pass in ing of one of the oldest links between Charles of the niver toe ay and and certain GOMPERS REELECTED June Com pers was reelected president of the American Federation of Lab or by at the annual convention here this ZEPPELIN DESTROYED June air planes attacked a British naval squadron north of Blight on June the British Ad miralty Tne German machines made no hits and one German Zeppelin was de Mexico June announcement wai made today that the Mexican government had decided to prohibit the exportation of gold and be cause of similar restrictions plac ed metals by othej coun v Juno per including some women have been condemned to death by the Gor following their arrest in on suspicion of being guilty of according to the fron tier correspondent of the H was announced yesterday that the executions already have been More than fifty persons had been placed under Sure High Heels Cause Corns But Who Cares Now I the Peace River country of pioneer which is fact becoming mere his lory and The Dunvegan post v was one of the oldest posts of the of a weak and so What the Press Agents Say had nothing to offer as a but he did appeal for some action to i relieve the situation in the districts where there was no one to conduct any service at mid where they were at sucha distance from an es tablished church that it was impos sible to reach them Fords for the Outside of my church in Leth he there are lined up each expensive motor cars their owners could buy a couple ol Fords for tho the pastor in getting to outlying and still afford one for There is sufficient intelligence in any of our to grasp the beat that ally man has to give solve tho problem by taking the best to ward of 75 vears Ihe factors of every man in miitorm earlier Local recently told the Germans come to Canada they will hang on the trees every man in Nick the natives and earlier Local of the more accessible of all the peace ed at an advantageous point on the river midway prairie set tlements both to the north and the this was in the olden days one the company have Ihere dealt with River posts of the who is in Ihe Can adian Balan was fined for sedition in the police court today with the option of going to jail for a Because nlyle decrees that woms and buckle up their tender tor hlKh lud footwear they putter or I hen they cut and rim painful pests which merely makes th This suicidal may cause lockjaw and women warned to stop few drops of a drug called applied directly upon a sore corn Hives quick relief and soon the culm corn and lifts out withorn Ask the djug tore man for a quarter of an ounce of costs very little is sufficient to move every hard or soft corn or calms I from ones This drug is an ether compound anrl dries in a moment and simply shrive i up the corn without inflaming or irritating the surrounding tissue OT lip this out and pin on yout wifes i and We June 2526 DOROTHY LA VERNE Late Star in Peg O1 My And Excellent in ORPHEUM TONIGHT COMPLETE CHANGE Londonian Belles AT THE EMPRESS The film production which is the attraction at the Em press theatre last times is the only film version of any of bnaKe speares plays In which Sir Herbert Tree Ihe eminent English has Sir Herbert Tree was one of the great Shakespearian act ors of and his portrayal ot Macbeth in this production Is even greater than his stage characteriza on account of the wider scope which the screen affords for his dra matic It is not necessary to tell the story of It s without doubt the greatest of all Shakespearian The film pro duction was made under the general supervision of the famous whose two wonderful screen The Hirth of a Na tion and Intolerance are known to Also Charlie Chaplin in The This is one his BA1OTRRE Tl Bound and Gagged Manager Much Loss of Grain and Lumber IN VARIETY ISLE FRIDAY BIG DOUBLE SHOW Cabaret and Dancing Contest After Regular Cath Prizes for Dancing Shall a Man Live Two Lives While a Woman Must Stand of Fall By One Special Matinee for the Ladies Tuesday and 50c Evening 50c Married Ladies Social Tuesday Afternoon at AT THE MAJESTIC New new and more new has ever been the cry of the theatrical There are enough but plays with real merit are few and far Like many The Lambert Producing not has a safety first motto and has adherred to the policy of dramatizations taking as a basis for judging tho chances of a successful a book that has lad a very largo and with this loint in view gone ahead and had tho iest dramatizations made that could e So they have always pro duced book this how among Ihe avalanche of plays was The Other Mans its name was what caused it to first receive a Afler reading the play they were impressed lo Ihe extent thai they Immediately made overtures for the possession of the it was one play possessing that absorbing interest and novelty of construction that they He they havo given it all that could be asked for in the way of scenic In vestnre and asgood a cast as it was pqssible to The story deals with the world bid problem of double standard of mor To be seen here at tho Majestic next Tuesday and matiu ees and Moose June set fire to the Farmers Trading Company and grain causing a toss of three thousand bushels of grain and a million feet of lumber gagged the diaries Hill and relieved him of at last Plans had been made for the fire and robbery as the fire depart ment had been put out of com mission and an automobile was wait ing so that the men could make theii was carried half a mile away Ihen bound hand and foot and throwi into a He managed to free him I lie thinks that Germans se the fire as he heard one of them talk ing A posse is in pursuit o the It is reported that the are making for the REPORTS 10 ALLIED WALLACE REID IN SRAZY BY PROXY and SKIRTS GOOD COMEplES x NAN OF MUSIC MOUNTAIN June Havas Agency TaHfing to the parliamentary arm commission today on the military s Premier Clemenceau allude to Ihe American military effort whic i he said was being constantly sustain which was resulting In the steady and safe arrival In France of large numbers of American He spoke also of new decisions made by tho British government regarding measures to be taken during the next enemy offensive and on the situa tlou as regards the defense of Leon under secretary for effectives of the war gave details of the military strength of the and his together with the statement made by the had a most reassuring effect upon the The members of the commission say LHomme were particularly im pressed by the figures given of the numbers of American troops it icalsaiwlitvwilUtjire eueiuy A favorite the popular and largest selling confection in YovvH tee it every prominently displayed in all of Youll enjoy it particularly when you crave something tatty and Prominently displayed in stores everywhere Also ADAMS tho original TUTTI FRUTTI GUM CANADIAN CHEWING GUM UNITED ;