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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 5, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta AUGUST 1018 THK Hold Fast Victory Is Is LloydGeorges Message to Empire London fust was finest or the sake of which only they I JlMlllUlIt i 4 VIA iinn TtAtmr keynote of the message to the lirlttsh Empire Issued hy Premier Jloyd and promulgated In a dramatic way through out the King dom at the hour of nine oclock to The message was road to the audience In all concert halls and other places where people wore including the moving pic ture Sealed copies of the message had been distributed to the managers of all those places with the request that they open and read it at nine The message follows The message which I send to the Hritlsh Kmplre the fourth anniver their entry Into the war Is Wo are In thte war for no selfish We are in to recover freedom for the nations which have been brutally attacked and despoiled and to prove that no however can surrender itself to the lawless ambi tions of militarism without meeting re certain and at the hands of the free nations of the To stop short of victory for this cause would be to compromise the future of I say hold Prospects liecause our prospects of victory have never been so bright as they are Six months ago the rulers of termany deliberately rejected the just and reasonable settlement pro posed by the Throwing aside the mark of tlley partitioned enslaved Roiimania and attempted to seize by overthrowing the allies in a final desperate Thanks to theinvincible bravery of all Uie allied is now evident to all that this dream of universal con wanted to prolong the can never he But the battle Is not yet The great autocracy of Prussia will still hy violence or to avoid defeat and so give militarism a new lease of We cannot seek to escape the horrors of war for our selves by laying them up for our Having set our hands to the we must see it through till a Just and lasting settlement In no other way can we ensure a world set free from Hold Signed LLOYD FINANCING help fin ance crop tho war finance corporation announced today that It would welcome applications from banks for loans to cover ndvnnccs by tho to farmers and merchants for and marketing wheat and other Loans will hn limited to four months and will tarry Interest at 0 per per BAD started by an explosion of unknown origin this destroyed the plant of the Montreal Iliscult The loss is estimated at Farmers Owing to advance in butter market we are now paying 50c per butter fat for 1 Sweet 42c per butter fat for 2 Sweet 40c per butter fat for 1 Sour 38c per butter fat for 2 Sour We would advise farmers who have that they can milk to get as every little bit helps when the grain crops W e pay all charges and pay for each The Result of Our 1918 Missing Title Calendar Ransom Picture was 1st Does Not Fight 2nd Angels Their Holy Vigils Fannie Youngs 3rd Prfzef Also Cal 4th Womans Crystal Dairy Limited 100 Are Killed Outright on the Hospital Ship vessel which was torpedoed on Saturday morning nearing a British port while bringing wounded Into Eng land from France was the War The number of miss ing is These are as follows Two military a com mandant in Queen Marys auxil iary one American seven of the crew and 112 About four hundred patients were on board the It is not known definitely what the loss of life One hundred pa are accounted for as having landed at one where they were cared for by British organizations and Am erican Red Two American officers and five privates were on board the Both the officers are officially re COASTLABOR SAYS THE VETERANS ARE MERELY TOOLS V Winch of the Trades mid Labor coun cil made a statement his morning In which he said With regard to the twentyfour hour holiday if il in admitted that our move is a had nun which I do not move nf re turned in my was Wo do not blame the sol We know was behind They were tools for somebody j If it can be proved that the seven oC us whom tho soldiers name have broken the law in any shape or it Is up to tinauthorities to take H is not for extremistfi to there arcextremists on both of Let the proper authorities decide and I will take my medicine whatever il inny But I intend to remain rigln MOTHER GOOSE FESTIVAL AT CHAUTAUQUA Fifth Night to Be Joyous One for Mother Goose Is on her way to Ohau Slin Is coming on tlin flflh night to delight tho hearts of nil the klddlos ns well ns nil tinolder folka young With her help ported as They were Cap tain Beatty and The fate of the privates is un The official report Indi cates that two of them were Many Killed A British The ship torpedoed yesterday morn Ing was nearlng home from France and was struck In the aft part of the engine Three members of the staff were killed here and the dyna mos were plunging the ves sel into Just over the dynamos was the ward containing more than 100 pa Most of these were killed out right by the Tire Injured by the were trap ped and except for a few who jumped overboard and were pick ed GREAT DEPRESSION IN DESTROYERS ARE BY British torpedo boat destroyers were sunk by enemy mines on August ac cording to official statement of the British Five ficers and 92 ratings were ac cording to the in M USE OF PAPER mills have been listed as an essential indus the priorities division of the War Industrial Board announced today on the understanding that tho greatest possible economy would be exercised in the use of paper and that news papers will reduce their consumption of newsprint 15 per on daily and 20 per on Sunday BOMBARDING long range bom bardment of the Paris region was re sumed this RUMANIA CROPS PAIL ias wheat crop is a failure and the condition of mulso in that country is only according to Berlin advices to the Cologne Supplies from can hardly be counted it is Short Hotice of Auction Sale 6 AT TWO OCLOCK ON THE 802 SEVENTH STREET FRANK WADDINGTON WILL SELL BY AUCTION A QUANTITY OF SUPERIOR AND NEARLY NEW HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE And effects Including SPLENDID PIANOFORTE ANY sweet tone and in perfect by Toronto complete dining suite in surface oak comprising round ex tension table and set diners fumed oak occasional table fumed oak leather seated BEAUTIFUL SOLID BRASS complete with patent springs and felt mattress brass mounted bed with coll springs and felt mattress one extra felt full size oak dresser and stand Axmlnster carpet square 12 bore qiiot gun in excellent condition 50 feet of threequarter inch hose kitchen chairs kitchen table wash tubs boilers and numerous smaller furniture is nearly having been In use only n few TERMS CASH PHONES With the British Army Associated Advanced lines on a sec tor nearly half a mile long north of La Bassee have been evacuated by the Germans and the British pushed forward end occupied this With The British Army in Associated of the most significant indicating that recent events have brought about an extremely marked state of depression in the German have fallen into the hands of the Most significant cf nil is an extract from a German officers diary In which he relates he has been asked by the divisional head quarters whether the troops in the line favored peace of a continu ance of the his answer being immediate peace or an immediate decisive This entry was dated before the German drive for the Marne be BILL FOR EXTENSION OF AGE INTRODUCED for u short space of time in her new est WorldPicture Gates of MaJge makes a moKl nttractive it is need less to Thin now picture gives Madge n splendid role nnd she doos sonm of tho bent acting of her hut highly career In The is an unusual one and in full of entertaining From to finish It Is enthralling and It has been staged on scale and nil of the supporting pluynrs lire the Onton of Gladness is n mighty satisfactory entertainment und youll enjoy See it toniRhl and tomorrow at AT THE ORFHEUM tiew The Rose of which opens a two Hays run at the Theatre Rarely has He noted star attained the heights of emotional success which she reach In this Nor has she ofteii hail n vehicle which affords such op portunities for varying con flicting and changing ex Tho rioHfof Blood Is a story of Hie UnsHian f Instead of ronVinilng itself with the circum scribed lives of czars and it ROBS into the heart of tho Russian and shows what they were doiiiK while government being MOTHER GOOSE the children will net out n very pretty nnd fanciful the Mother Goose Mother Goose Is not only the page ant also the Junior Su pervisor who will spend the entire week with you directing the childrens These young women are known In each town us Story They are all experienced playground workers nnd have had special training for the Chautttuquii season at the Co lumbia College of Expression in BOLSHI ARE The overwhelming fato which do fontsu womans efforts to leave n pathway beset by and strike out for herself on a higher makes tluth Merjll Valeska Suratt the victim of circumstances In her newest William Fox photo Tho At the Orpheum Ruth IN unjustly jailed for her fath ers When she is she meets Richard Rouklen HfilfleTl a wealthy and mar ries But her father and his gang learn whore Ruth is and force their way to They find that a de John ia using blackmail against and old Mer rill kills tin man in u who lias been isaccused of the But her who has since been severely Injured in a confesses his and the girl is freed to go hack U her MAJESTIC at For tho last time coi oss AL AT THE EMPRESS Theila Biiru is ut her best in her CASUALTIES United States army casualty list today con tains 407 nameg divided as follows Killed in action 203 died of STf died of 9 died of accident and other G died of airplane 1 sev 48 degree undeter 100 An additional 11str of 300 bringing the total for the day to about was checked at the War Depart ment in preparation for publication in morning papers of COTTON New took a fresh spurt upward in the market here after an exciting at tributed to continued drought in Texasj accompanied by high temperatures over new administration man power bill ex tending the Selective Act to all men between the ages of 18 and and authorizing the president to call such persons into military in such se quences of ages and at such times as he may was introduced today in both houses of TO INCREASE to increase street car fares to seven cents was made here today by Hie TwinCity Rapid Transit at a meeting of the representative of the com pany and the city councils of Minne apolis and The present fares will not meet it is LEADER IN the Russian who is op posed to the Bolshevik leaders in that has arrived here from Lon He will leave soon for tho Unit ed RESTING governor of Quebec pro whose condition has given cause for alarm passed a coni fortable night and today he is stated to have improved Julius Caesar jNayphe Returns Ghautauqua Audiences to Hear New Lecture Fron WellKnown Athenian The brilliant young Julius Caesar who made such n profound Impression ou audiences last is returning this summer in a new His unusual success last year brought repeated requests for his return from practically every town on Ihu The evening paper of suys of hlni His lecture yesterday was a was almost a la fact one might thought so had It not been for his endless string of his excyuilutingly funny and with U all Ws minded Slpus of the beautiful und the rAssociated which are strongly entrenched on the eastern bank oE the Urusine River north of have received reintprce menta from Khabarovosk and Bla according to ad vices from The troops coming to the aid of the Bolshe viki Include an International de tachment of more than 1000 men with a machine gun In a skirmish on 1 the Bol sheviki lost GU killed Czecho slovaks who drove them back from Vladivostok also suffered DISTILLED WATER Delivered to any part of the LETHBRIDGE BREWERY INTOLERANCE L OVt TR UGGl F THE Prices TONIGHT AND TOMORROW WORLD PICTURES PRESENT NINEYEAROLD MADGE EVANS IN Gates of Gladness ALSO Pathes History of the War TWO AND Fourteenth Man Christie Comedy A new campaign on the cow bill throughout Alberta was decided upon by the pro vincial government at a council meet ing Wednesday It will be carried on as part of the governments policy for the relief of the situation brought about by the crop ami by means of it a considerable number of cows and heifers that might other wise be sacrificed by the or sold to the packing plants want of funds to carry them will be sav it is for the future re quirements of the livestock More money than was previously in tended will be loaned out to under the provisions of the cow though onthe same terms and condit ions as The campaign will be gin as soon as arrangements for the extra work can be EMPRESSTON 1QHT Mary Miles Minter The golden haired beauty1 of the christened the loveliest girl in in BEAUTY AND THE ROGUE American Mutual production A five part play In which she is casf as an amateur Mary Miles AmericanMutual Extra added Lloyd in a screaming farce latest screen and Miss Jerome Murray concludes her engage Merry Miles AmericanMutual SWIFT IS New Indict ments were returned here today charging Armour and Penn sylvania Swift and and the New Jersey City Stock Yards Company with conspiring to the Federal statutes which prohibit tho giving or accepting of The alleged offenses havo to do with the routing of What the Press Agents Say AT STARLAJVD Madge Tho Worlds Kiddie appears as urttats model EMPRESS ADVANCE IN m TOXV WOULD YOU KILL YOUR HUSBAND If his death would remove from your land one of the chief instru ments of one of the hands which bore heavy on the people William Fox presents Theda Bara in The Rose of Blood By Richard Staged by Gordon Standard Also Hughle Henry In ORPHEUM TONIGHT 111 WILLIAM FOX PRESENTS Valeska Suratt in THE VICTIM The Woman of a Thousand An innocent against whom all the world seems to is caught in the toils of a giant ao4 crushed iron heels of ;