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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - August 5, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta MONDAY, AUGUST 5,1018 Till'; jaClllMHiU itii 1 ?\GE FiyE ''Hold Fast Victory Is Nearer," Is ^ Lloyd-George's Message to Empire hondon, Aug. n.-"Hold fnsi" wns koynoto at llio niossnBo to llio HiMllsh lOmpIro iBslicd by I'roniler Lloyd fiooi'Bo, Hiid ))roimilgatPrt In a drumaHc way tlirouglioiil llio Kingdom at llio hour or nine o'clock lo-iili;lil. Tlio mesaugc wan road (,o tho UMdlonco In nil l.lioalroa, coiicoH lialla and ollici- olnccs wlioro pooiilo wore iiHseiiililed, Including ttio moving Picture linnacK. Soiilod copies of Uio niusBago had been dlslrlbutod lo the managers of all Uicso places wltli the retiucHt that thoy open and rend it nt nine o'clock. Tho mcBsngo tollows: "The inoasage which I send to tho BrillBh Empire on tho fourth annlvor-nary of their entry Into tlio war Is 'hold (asl'." "Wo arc lu Ihls war for no solflah end. Wo are in to recover freedom Cor tho nation.? which have boon brutally attacked and despoiled and to prove that no people, however powerful, win Hiirrciider itself to the lawless ambitions of nillllarism without meelInK retribution, certain and dtsastroiia, at tho hands of the free nations of tho world. To stop short of victory for litis cause would bo to conipronilse tho future of mankind. "I say 'hold last'. Prospects Bright, "Hecause our prospects of victory liaye never boon so bright as thoy are today. Six monllm ago tho ruler.s of (lerinany deliberately rojoctod the just and reasonable sotllement, proposed by the allies. "Throwing aside the last mark of modoraHon, they partitioned Russia, enslaved Roiimania and attempted to Kolze SHBremcpower by overthrowing tho allies In a final ll as all the oldor fii\ka with young heiirls. Willj her help VancoUVCT, Aur,. -I'rn.sidenl, K. Winch of the Ti:h|mj ^h,,! |,;ii,or council made a stalcmrni tlii.s iiiornlug In which he said: "With regard lo tho twenly-four am. o..,o, >�,,,..--..........-^ ........ ..........hour holiday: ov..,i if it is admitted to four months and will carry iiilerest that our move n: � h:u\ one -which 1 at C p�r cent, per annum. I do not admit -Hh' move of Iho re BAD FIRE, Montreal, Aug. .').-Firo started by an explosion of unknown origin this morning, domroyed the lilnnt of the Montreal Biscuit Company. The loss is estimated nt :$2."i0,n(l0. 100 Are Killed Outright on the Hospital Ship turned soldiers, in my opinion, was worse.' Wo do luii lihuiie the soldiers. We know whiit wan behind it. They were tools foi- poniehody else. "It it can bo ihovimI ihat the seven) of us whom the iioldiers name have broken tho law in ;niy way, shape or form, it Is up 111 ihc iinthorilles to take action. It is iioi for extrenilsl.,!echo-Slovaks who drove them back from Vladivostok recently, also suffered casualties. DISTILLED WRTER Delivered to any part of the city. LETHBRIDGE BREWERY Prices: 75c, 50c, 25c. TONIGHT AND TOMORROW WORLD PICTURES PRESENT NINE-YEAR-OLD MADGE EVANS IN Gates of Gladness ALSO "Pathe's History of the War TWO REELS, AND ~ "The Fourteenth Man" Christie Comedy OWBILLWI EMPRESS-TONIGHT Mary Miles Minter The golden haired l)eaut>^ of the screen- chrisiened the "loveliest girl in pictures." in "BEAUTY AND THE ROGUE" American Mutual production A five purl play in which she is cas^ as an amateur reformer. Mary Miles .Minter, Amerioan-:\tutual Star. Extra added attraction-Harold "Ijloyd in a screaming farce; latest screen magazine, and ;\llss .1. .ieromo Hurray conclniles her engagement tonight. Mcny Miles ilinler Amcricaii-Mulual EN Short WDtice of fluctipn Sale TOMORROW, Tuesday, Aug. 6  AT TWO O'CLOCK ON THE PREMISES, 802 SEVENTH STREET FRANK WADDINGTON WILl SELL BY AUCTION A QUANTITY OF SUPERIOR AND NEARLY NEW HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE And effects including: SPLENDID PIANOFORTE In MAHOGANY CASE, sweet tone and In porfoct order, by Stanley,'Toronto; complete dining suite lu surface oak comprising buffet, round extension table and set diners; fumed oak oooaslonal table; fumed oak rocker, leather seatod; BEAUTIFUL SOLID BRASS BED, complete with patent springs and felt mattress; brass inounted bed with coll springs and felt mattress; one extra felt mattress, full size; oaik dresser and stand; Axmlnater carpet square; No, 12 bore shot gun in excellent condition; 50 feet of throo-quarter inch hose (new); kitchen chairs; kitchen table; wash tubs; boilers und numerous smaller Itoius. NOTE-ThlB ,tui'nituro Is nearly now, having boon in uao only a few "weoks. TERMS CASH PHONES 770-489' Jiilius Caesar Nayphe Returns Chautauqua Audiences to Hear New Lecture FronI Well-Known Athenian Edmonton. Alia., Aug. 5.- A new campaign on tho cow bill throughout Alberta was decided upon by the provincial government at a council meeting Wednesday aflernoon. It will be carried on as part of the government's policy for the relief of the situation brought about by the crop failure, and by moans of it a considerable number of cows and heifers that might otherwise be sacrillced by the farmers, or sold to the iiacking plants t;or want of funds to carry them over, will be saved, it is expected, for the future requirements of tho livestock Industry. More money than was previously intended win be loaned out to farmers under tho provisions of tho cow bill, though on'lhe same terms and conditions as usual. Tho campaign will begin ns soon as ai'Vangements for tho extra work can be made. EMPRESS *^TONIGHT-NO ADVANCE IN PRICES^^ The brilliant young Athenian. Julius Gaesar Niiypbe, who Jnade such n profound linpresslou on Chautauqua audiences last year, Is rfcturnlng this Butanier In a new lecture. His ninisuar success Inst year brought repeated requests I'or his return from practically every town on tho circuit. Tho eveulDg paper of Trinidad, Colorado, says of hlii); "His lecture yesterday was a novelty-It was almost n drejiro. In fact one might hnvo,lliought so had It not been for hln endless slrliitt oC witticisms, his e\'(.^ticliitlngly funny descriptions, und with it aU Itls serious minded expro� slons of the benirtltul nnd the true," SWIFT CO. IS AMONG INDICTED New York, .\ue. 5.-Federal Indictments were 'returned hero today charging Armour and Company, Pennsylvania Ralhyay, Swift and Company, and tho Now Jersey City Stock Yarda Company with conspiring 'to violatQ, tlib Federal statutes which prohibit tho giving or accepting of rebates. Tho alleged offenses have to do with tho routing of traffic. What the Press Agents Say AT STARLAND Madge Evans, "TJiq World's Kiddle Star," appears as au artist's model WOULD YOU KILL YOUR HUSBAND? It his death would remove from your land one of the chief Instruments of oppression, one of the hands which bore heavy on tho people'? William Fox presents ^ Theda Bara in ''The Rose of Blood'* By Richard Ordynskl, Staged by J. Gordon Edwards. Standard Pictures. Alto Hughle Mack-Gal�. Henry In Comedy. 0 TONIGHT M" WILLIAM FOX PRESENTS Valeska Suratt in "THE VICTIM" The Woman of a Thousand BmoUons. An innocent 'girl, against whom M theiworld seems to conspire. Is oaitght In the tolls of a giant conspiracy, mA. crushed beneath lio iron heels of crime. \ ' ^ 26 3954 ;