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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - June 29, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta GAINS IN DRIVE WEST FRONT French and BrltlsK Start Things-Make Gains on Two or Three Mile Fronts 'ADVANCE OF MORE THAN MILE DEEP; TAKE PRISONERS London, June 28.-(Official.)- British troops In attacks' against the Germans have advanced their line over a three and a half mile front to an average depth of nearly a mile, east of Nieppe Forest, lying between Bailleuil and Beth: line. West of Merris, Australians also captured enemy positions, in both seclors prisoners and machine guns were taken. y BERLIN REPORT. Berlin. - ,it of Panama has sufficient means to maintain piihllc order In these cities, and 1 decline to sliaro with your' excellency's govbi'n-meht the responsibility which so grave an action implies."- Where to go Dominion Day in.;iO a.m.-Football game for Red Cross, Bachelors vs. Benedicts at Ball ' Park. 1.00 p.m.-i"MonHter sjiorts and Mine Rc-icuo Contest.s, Henderson Park Fair Grounds. Band In attendance. U.OO Vctfrans Club. During the day also, the Golf Club will play off the Wright Shield annual competition. I\nox (Jhurch Is holding Its annual picnic. Good program at Picture Shows. Given fair weather. Lethiirldgo will entertain tiuiu.'iandH of visitors from all parts of the south on ."Monday, Dominion Day. The last detail ot the spiirls being staged by the miners, Great War Veterans and Trades and Labor Council has Ijcen aitangpd. and vtsitor.s arc coming from as far north as Drumheller aud from as far west as Fornle. Taber will also send in a ills aggregation and it is expected that all the towns of the south will ho represented as there is l)ping put forth a big effort to have a monster get-together of all tiie returned soldiers. Part of the proceeds ot the sports will go to llio Veleran.s, and this alone should ensure a great crowd. Tlie mine rescue and Ifrst aid contests arc also novel and should prove a big drawing card. There will bo plenty to do in LelhbriUgc on Monday, no mistake about that. There will be no issue of The Herald. Special news will be bulletined. At Qoaldale, the residents of that district are arranging for their annual picnic which. I.=i always a grfot succeas.' A large nuiiibor of iieople are preparing' for auto trijia to the mountains. Some are going to the Waterton Lakes. Many parties are being -arranged tor the Glacier I'ark trip. The Calgary fair Is also calling quite a number. The Isaac Waltons are preparing for a day's fishing in the monntaiiis. Altogether the anniversary of-the"lJom1nionlt\\ the alUea was not establlahod and tie returned to Vienna." - ' U. S. AEROS TAKE , HUN PRISONER& Washington, June 29.-Capture of 309 German prisoners and the destruction of thr^^e German air. planes by American- aviators were reported by General Pershing in an official communique today. This month'a'clearing 13,175,518 * June, last year____ 3,500,041 BANK CLEARINGS. 88 ;