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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - May 31, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta mDAT,MAT 3l,im8 THE LETHBniDGR DAILY HERALD PAGE FIVK REACH RIG N DRIVE WKATHEK Hloh .................'........ 74 Low.......................... 41 Foreeait-Fair and cool. London, May 31.-The Germans In their Champngne offensive In France have now reached the right bank of the River Marne on a ten-mile front, according to a Btntoment given to the Associated Press today by the British general staff. 1,0!k1()m, May 31.-Tfilograiiia from Aiuat�!r(Uiin Iniliouto that tho t'.iiemy if\ prcpariiiK tlio fieriiiaii public In iiilvancR tor Ihu hIdwIiik down which Bcuiiis to liavo oo.curreii today. .Mill-lary wrltcrK, goneriilly Huppo.sed , to 111! in (llrocl touch with tho Gorman IiIkU command, suBgest that counter-measures whicli f"och win imdortako will, in tho next Eow days, slow down, If not bring to n standstill tho Gorman fldvauco. Tlioy .siiKBOst that a new oftonalvo must bo looked tor on nnother iiart ot the front. A New Sector. With tho Frouch Army in Prance, Jlay ai.-(Hy tho Assoclatud Press.) -KlKlitlng has begun on a now section of tlie battlo lino, lu tho region ot tho Allotte Rive?-, bdlwoen tho Alsno front and tho front of tho Gorman attack in March. Owing to the ability of the onoiny to bring to bear a large concentration ot artillery and tlio use of poisoned ga.s shells, tho allies were ohlignd to withdraw slightly. The fan-like formation o� the enemy movement was pnehed out on the aides and in the centre yesterday, covering more territory. The allies are falling hack Blowly beforo enormously greater numbers. Aviators report groat activity on 'the ronda nil along the roar of the German advanced forces^ as iresh onemy divialouB are hurried forward to lake tho pjaco ot e.xhaualod units. FARM LABOR We can supply farmers with experienced help. A number of men are on th� ground waiting for work. Win:: or phone The Beasley Employment Agency 110 Fifth 8t. S. Phono 545 Tho allied airmen are doing splendid work, hanisaing tho German reinforcements and supply columns by making attacks from slow altitude witli machine guns. Tho Oorman aviators are very numerous In this region and aorlal combats occur con-.stantly. Americans Repulsed Them. Willi tho American Army In Prance, May - (By tho Assocliited Press.) -Four German counter attacks yesterday against the American troops at Cantlgny, west of Mont Dldler, were repulsed after sharp fighting. Machine guns were especially active during the day. A wounded German captain was captured.^ German artillery In the course of Wednesday night severely bombarded the now poeitlons ot tho Americans at Cantlgny. They (li'ea as many as four thousand high- explosive shells in a brief space of time. Several attempts made by the Germans to come over were repulsed with-heavy losses by tho American^. In one ot the counter attacks launched against' Cantlgny, the Germans tried to use tanks-. The enemy infantry had no more than shown itself than the American artillery opened a heavy fire on both tho foot j soldiers and tanks, and they were driven back In disorder The new American positions in Cantjigny are being improved constantly. Enemy (firmen .j were active Wednesday night and Thursday morning, bombing villages behind our lines without regard to military objectives. (^rmm airmen, flying at a great height, penetrated many miles to the roar of the American lines yesterday. They were driven off by anti-aircrntt guns and were unable to drop any bombs. American aviators shot down another Gorman airplane yesterday on the front northwest ot Toul. It I fell within the American lines. The aerial activity In this sector continues. Fighting fcy aircraft has been In progress siace daybreak. American forces northwest of Tonl carried out a auccesatul raid against the German lines late last night. Raids In Flanders. With the British Army in France, May 31.-(By the Associated Press.) -Infantry fighting along the British front In Flanders this morning was confined to raids and outpost actions. Thero waa intense activity ambng both services and a tremendous amount of bombarding was being carried out on either side ot the battle lines. WE MAKE PURE ICE CRERM The kind with the rich smooth flavor. You'Ulikeit. Visit Us Tomorrow Fresh Cakes, Pastry and Confectionery for Sunday. THE BON TON 420 Fifth St. S. MARKETS WINNIPEG MARKETS. Oats.- Open Close .May ...................82 FINED FOR FOOD > Moose Jaw, May 31.-Mike Rawluk, an employee ot a local victim of the Canada Pood > Board flour hoarding order when he was found guilty ot > having more flour in his poss- ]> esslon than would supply the wants of his household tor fif- > teen days, and waa flnad flOO  >^ and costs and In default ten  ^ days hard labor in Reglna. serial "Patria" brought about her engagement as a star ot Pathe Plays and her work is such -as to augui.' big success for those to come. AT THE ORI'HEUM �William Desmond is starred In tho Triangle drama, "Biood Will tell." This ia tho fifth production In whiclfl Thomas II. Inco has presented Desmond oti the Triangle programme in a star role. The. story ot "Blood Will Tell" deals with the life ot Samson Oakley ,'id, the youngest of a family ot financial giants, whoso appraciation ot the joy ot life ie greater than his interest in jiioupy-grubbing. Ho becomes oii-tanglod in a college scrape and i.s expelled because ho refuses to inform on his classmates. Having Opened a Small Business Handling Children's Clothing and Small Wares at 1520 6th Ave. S., and will be pleased to see as many ot my frlonda as will come. C. A. COOKSLEY AT STARLAND The showing ot "Stranded in Ar-cady," starring Mrs. Vernon Castlo, ! at Starland tonight and tomorrow, is an event._ Tho picture hasi all elements ot popular appeal. It is a fast moving story ot the great outdoors, dealing with tho adventures ot a young couple in tho north woods. It contains many thrilling stunts. Including ; a jump from a high cliff into the river below and tho rescue of the hero by tho heroine in the perilous waters ot rock-lnteated rapids. Mrs. Vernon Caette, "the best-known, best-dressed woman in America," wears beautiful clothes and CHILDREN! you CAN SEE Si. ntBngNfBtrfm Saturday from 1 to 5 p.m. and "Jack and the Beanstalk" from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. A COMPLETE LINE OF CHOICE Fresh Killed Meats FOR THE WEEK END R.C0ULTRY The Alberta Meat Market The Oldest Established Meat Market in tho City. PHONE 492 TONIGHT WM. S. HART IN THE STIRRING WESTERN DRAMA "Hoofs and Horns" WM. DESMOND In the Triangle Flue Arts Drama "BLOOD WILL TELL" Police Take Notice Any Rioter Who Resents Seeing It An Enemy EMPRESS-TDDAy and TOMORflOW Prices 50c. Matinee Tomorrow, Chililren 25c The Beast of Berlin A SENSATIONAL EXPOSE OF THE PRIVATE LIFE OF THE KAISER. IT STRIPS NAKED THE SOUL OF HISTORY'S MADDEST KING. IT WILL MAKE YOUR BLOOD BOIL. A POSITIVE SENSATION. Tomorrow at 1 o'clock Chadren 2Sc Adults 50c Showing Continuous From 1 Unta 12 p.m. p.m. V/HICN-THE KAISeR.OItTMe ACTORI 44366484 7 ;