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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - September 11, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE FOUR IVEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER tl, 1918 XctbDri&ae, HlDerta DAIL,Y AND WfcEKL.Y ftreprletor* and Publlth*f% . f MI LETHBRIDGE HERALD PRINT ING COMPANY, LIMITED m 6th Street South, Lethbrldf* W. A. Buchanan PreaMent and Managing Dlraotor Vehn 7V>rr�Dce - - BuainMt ll*a�E�r TSLF.PHONES BoBinest Otfiee .............> ISM Editor nl Ottica..............^ UM IMPRESSIONS WHAT ABOUT PEACe? Subacrlptlen- Rataai Dally, "flejivered, per waek .M Dallr, vdfjUTered, par year .^..JI.M Dally,; by: JBiall, par yaar ...... I�-W Weekly, by mail, per year .....tlM Weekly, by mall par year to T7A.$I.M Datel ot expiry of anbeertpiioDa ap->�ar dally on addraai UbaL Aeeapt-Mcee- Italian front, the Austrians failed in all attempts agamst the Italian "forces, and in Siberia, the Czechoslovak forces have made nevr cap-tureis along the trans-Siberian railtray �which considerably improve their po-Bjtloii. �" is.YtORJtYiNG,..........______ to the germans. ' iTfiere' is still no sign of an American idrive on the Lorraine front.' The Germans are alatmed. by the ominous calm on a part of the battleline where th^ know there must hundreds of tho.usands of fine fighting men wait-� ing: the word to go forward.- They bave been raiding to secure identifications and to discover how strongly the; line is h^ld, but Pershing's reports state that little success has attended these efforts. The possibility of an attack on � great scale along the liigrraice front,- which might cut off prtat bodies of German troops farther west, especially in the St Jlihiel sa-lleot, is one of the things that is cut-tiJSg thenerye of the German leaders afl.i preyenfjag the carrying out of j^unter-attacfcs on a large scale along tha:iH>mlonft Champion. Sept. ;>.-Miss HalstiU, who has been spending her v.-.oiitiou with her sister. Mrs. Brown, has accepted a position on the staff ot the N'anton Consolidated School. Miss Halsall left town for Nanton Inst week. Mr. W. McC. Moore, manager of tho Letbbridgc EsUit>ifion. and family, spent the week-end with Mr. and Mrs. Rev. Haddon. Mrs. J. N. Crane ot Halifax, who is visiting her dausbter, -Mrs. W. McC. Moore, Lethbridge, spent the week-end with Rev. niui Mrs. Hadiion.. Mrs. Brown and daughter spent a few daj-s in Carniangay last week. C. Roberts is a pr'oiid owner of a Briscoe car. .Mrs. Allum was a visitor to Calgary last week. Goes to Front. Mrs. Geo. Campbeir leaves icr Port .Arthur Tuesday this week. Mrs. Campbell is journeying east to see her brother, Pte. W. Ledgerwood, who leaves for the front shortly. The local school is certainly cramped for room these da,ys. The High School pupils have been moved to Campbell's hail.' No room in the main school building. .Mr. and Mrs. J. McDougall and Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Orr were visitors at the home of Mr. and Mrs.- Chamberlain Sunday last. flir. Tait of Calgary was a visitor at the Parsonage Thursday evening. The local branch ot the Women's Institute will hold its monthly meeting at the home of Mrs. Jopling, N B. of town, Wednesday afternoon. A cor dial invitation is extended to ladie? ot town and country. Cars will be provided ^or those having-no means of getting out. Champion Crops. Mr. Ma>-nard. "three miies east of town, has threshed 90 a<'res of summer fallow which realized-SObushels to the acre. Chas. Anderson has threshed  700 acres summer fellow Which has realized 19 bushels to the acre. Mr. Jopling threshed 6-10 acres which produced 22 bushels to the acre. Bob Tyler reports bis crop as fol-low^:-So