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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 3, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta AUGUST 1017 THE LETHBRIDGB DAILY HERALD PAGE FIVE Thf original and genuine treat ment for chronic dlseast of women end nervous Send for free copy of Guide to 1C2 1t Clean to Sold by all Dru and General Tbrqugh the death of Cooksvllle lost magistrate and township Tiio deceased had been ill sotto Olive McCormick Sings at Chautauqua POPULAR STAR TONIGHT AND TOMORROW commander of the United States expeditionary force n France lalking with in Rl STILL FALLS Huys IKe Beljlan secretary of the International socialist con In ah Interview today with a correspondent of the Dutch newspaper declared that Ruaila and AustriaHungary on the verge of coming to according to a dispatch from Copenhagen to the Exchange Telegraph British Front In France and Bel glum Germans yester day conducted a airly heavy bom bardment against the French on the front line between Koortekcer and Bixschoote but this ceased in tie early evening and no infantry attack A protracted rainis still ailing rendering Infantry all kinds difficult observation cork by the air service Tlie entente allies to onsolldate and arrange iheirt posl ions despite the handicap 6 her and now arc strongly entrenched ilong the new DEPLORE August res olutlon deploring a general election caused much S slon at winthewaf con fr vention lodcy but was finally first step to wards the practical consummation of plans upon which tht food controller 1 Canada and the special fish com mittee have been working during the last few are indlcaled In an announcement made II Is in tended io provide a refrigerator car service from both Atlantic and Pacific coastal polnls to facilitate distribu tion in central of tho finest food The first as a under Ihis will leave the Allantic coast on Aueusl loaded with fresh caught Atlantis sea It is due lo rrlve in Toronto Monday August This tlie first time that Atlantic sea food fias expressed right brought on tha refrigerator carload ota asfar west as Arrange nenls from the Pacific coast to points n western Canada will be made Symphony has been secur ed for our She will ap uaar la joint conceit nltli tie Chiu Islers bgh quite in keeping with Uw and slnjs with astoalstUnieast the quisite delight of ber sinjli MS H SECRET AGENTS GIVE SOMEI DETAILS OF GERMAN SUBMARINES NARROW PrinBe former crowdtprince of had aharrow cap today while troops on according toa telegram fy received The horse J lufwas riding was shot and Q State That Germany Never Had More Than 200 UBoats in Use at Any One Time ByArthur Sears am now at liberty to disclose tbe Informa tion gitfheren by American secret agents abroad concerning the number of submarines has in opera tion and the rateat which submarines surplus of food products for ul beln coustructed by the Imperial some years after tlic close of the Avar the prediction made by i Germany has iri service 200 submar president the and never has had more than ern Canada Irrigation in eleventli annual convention of tlie association at Maple worlds surplus of been exhausted and will reQuire severalyears of productionunder peace conditions to restore thesur Motlierwcll did not antlci patG low prices for farm a considerable period of EIGHT GUNNERS LOST gunners were whenUhe American ano was sunk by a Sixteen members the crew also WOMEN FORBIDDEN FROM TRAVELLING What the Press Agents Say Germany is constructing submarines at tho rate of fnree or Jfour a The allies Sftf destroying German submarines at the one a week Wants Farts BefoVe People Tuis information hasbeen in the possession of the navydepartment for several Tonight I was given to publish the conndentia necessity of producbaglfoods report by a high official at the admin called for use of artificial meansjwheri natural means were not and one of the most fmiiortant metlirjils was found in of the Dominion perimental spoke oa Alfalfa Raising Under Aifalfa was essentially an Irrigated The irrigation district sur rounding Lelhbrldge had become greatest alfalfa center In Canada with acres devolefl lo this Is un doubtedly being manifested consider able at the inability of women to travel trom England to There are soine ladles who are anxious to undertake the journey in order to get Many believe the lack ofpasspbrts is at tho bottom of this whereas the truth is that the restrict ions arc in accordance with imperial regulations which forbid ocean trav eling for women and children except under special and facfti1 lies granllng these special are exlremely especially diirt ing the The Canadian high office has this un der but It ii manifestly Im possible to override these imperial regulations even if the were not framed In the best Interests of those TOO LATE1 Excited Btidegroom thlrly minulea ale bontlell mo Ihe Ihing is AT THE EMPRESS Fnrjho first lime in Moving Bluebird plioloplays will pre sent alUho Empress one of the works ever created by Honrik principal roles will be carried by Dor olhy as as and Lon as Nils the the Many stars of the legitimate stage have addcd to through ap pcarancea in dramatic1 version of Ibsens famous but Dorothy Phillips leads all of her rivals In play Ing Nori Helmer for Ihe first llmo be fore the Also Maga zine nnd comedy Gale Henr in Baby was grown originally for but Is becoming Ihe basis of an impjrlRnt llvestockand dairy vrho said not un deraiand why the facts concerning the most serious aspect of the war should be withheld from the American peo Is up longer possible lo conceal the fact that the submarine siluatlon Is The sinking of merchant men fs on Ihe even according to the censored reports given out by the British which admittedly juggles Ihe figures as to decclva the A DOUBLE July having been married 15 years to John Ial rlck brother of Gal of Agnes Dunthorn claims she has discovered her hus band to be a She haslaid a of bigamy in the police court Both nre well known in Ihe It is was first mar ried In in aflef a while man and wlfs led them lo make altempls to secure They ultimate ly separated and left for the United LIBERAL THE POPULAR NEW August ap poiniment of Claude Jlac Donnell and Cllve Pringle to the senate has been an the light ot the report by tho American secret It appears thatGetmany is bttilding submarines three or four limes as fast as Ihc al escan destroy Ehemr American and officials are Some papers us tut tono qne else taken from our safe by the robbers ou Thursday Forthe papers we ViH give a liberal eitherto tbe men who took tbem or lo the irereap who finds Crystal THIRSTY PEOPLE GO AWAY FROM PAR LOR REFRESHED ATJQ BEATON NEXT ORPHEUM pril Musical Comedy WILL PLAY A RETURN Same PunhyComedlans Pretty NeWPlayi and Dancti rfew Tuesday awl Wednesday THE SLAYES OF THE ORIENT Friday md Saturday IN Dally Matinee at 3 ShovM 7 9 p m Matinee 15c 35c Evcnlna Prices 25e i FILMS AT FAOH PERFORMANCE HALL Baritone at the SKtNNY ROUTS A ROBBER One Reel Pathe Comedy TONIGHT AMD TOMORROW JESSE LASKY Preienti BLANCHE SWEET IN The Tides of Barnegat IB i TONIGHT BALANCE Of WEEK Sealed If alley A Metro Woriderplay In ind the grtjt will at the Orpfieurn tt I baffled the of dealing ef fectively with the For sev eral weeks all liopes were centered on llie Invention of device which would exterminate the submarine with rtramatic The British talked Inventive genius ap ol Ihe first of excitement over this hope it was admltled lhat no feasible invention had been and Ihe dislinguished inventors of the United States have settler down which may or may not produce the antidote ine ptiliou before the end of Iho Then there was over Ihc of hunllngdown submarines and destroying them The IJniled sent all destroyers it could pare to cooperate with theforces of it But Ihe hope Inned on this aiiori Ihelallied govern have fallen back in construclinE more shipslhan tno can But Lord Berca ord has shown lhat It Ik or the shipyards for keep pace with he rate of be npre than eight months before the Jniled tales wjll he able lo lurn out ships on a Lost in Money Value The further statement was made iemlonidaily today that jarhago Inflicted upon Ihe entente countries and Ihe United States by the submarine amounts to billionsper The estimate was arrived at through a valuation of the tonnage destroyed anil cargoes lost throoih lorpedoings striking Uld There admissions that Iho loss o merchant ships am ounts lo value oflflshlp is said to run from to per Tilting the the financial toss In ships aloao would be a month Cargoes arc worth more than th ships j i Some officials estimate the damage nlllctel upon American am neutral tonnage available for allied uses to run from lo Electrify Your TaOdrig Machine with a SHELTON ELECTRIC MpR Introduced into Lethbridge for the first time the The Shelton Phonograph Alotor Is equipped with len feet of silk covered and attaching lhat can any lamp socket or receptacle arid talking SheIon Phonograph Molor Is furnished to operalo on rilly ckcrrlc llghlicg or The cost of operating a Sheiton Phonograph Motor is about onefourth of an ordinary Price of Motor Only R THE CITYS LEADING JEWELLER BALMORAL ;