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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 6, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta AUGUST THE LETHBR1IXJB DAILY HERALD FIVE gays a To Be Raised To Clean Out Germans will finish the This Is the dec laration made to Hans by an Official the Red according to an article by In the Br1ln of which have been re Fanners Owing to advance In butter market we are now paying SOc per butter fat for 1 Sweet 42c per butter fat for 2 Sweet 40c per butter fat for 1 Sour 38c per buYter fat for 2 Sour We would advise farmers who have that they can milk tri 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 Also Cal 4th Womans Crystal Dairy I Limited V thrlugh official than nala Vorst It considered In Ger many one of the best judges of Russian affalri and was sent to Russia by the Tageblatt to report Through conversa tion with Russians of all he came to the conclusion that the Soviet government Is thoroughly but that the hatred of the Russians for the Germans It still The Soviet govern he It the obllgar chy of terror and A merchant deolartd to Vorst the war with Germony is not A new government will be formed In It will decree a general mobilization and will drive tht enemy out of all tht ter ritory that he The officer of the Red Guard who declared that Russia will end the according to Vortt A national rftlng so powerful and so general will be accomplish ed that victory will return to our TO ELIMINATE Canadian Press Dispatch from Reuters Lim the house of commons today Montagu an nounced that half a million com batants were being raised in In dia besides numerous noncom The June he reached the It was remarkable that the prov inces from which hitherto came none or feWrecruiU were now supplying their Montagu emphasized the fact that Indian troops were play ing the chief part in the Meso potamiaPalestine and East Afric an effect of the governments declaration to send forces to SiBeria in aid of the Czecho slovaks which was published In the official gazette last had been completely The Japanese American negotiations had been made the basis ofa recrudescense of wrang ling over domestic with charges and counter charges and sen sational demands for the resignation of the cabinet and the customary cam paign of the government recently has closed down tightly on the newspapers which were rigidly suppressed If they at tempted to discuss the The publication of the declaration has to a certain extent loosened the muz although the censorship contin ues in a most rigid espe cially regarding the movement of troops or anything affecting military Wait and It is understood that the Ziyukal majority party in thehouse is willing to adopt a waitandsee Con sequently the Kenseikal minority which had hoped to effect an opposi tioii is powerless for the There seems every reason to believethat the tenseness of the sit uatlon has been relieved and tho plans for the protection of the CzechoSlo vaks and of allied Interests against German and Austrian influ ence In completed a long time carried out withou i It is predicted well informed eli des here that the present acton by the allies in Siberia will ac as a sedative on the situation anc possibly result n Siberia finding it self at an early date wth a govern ment satisfactory and sufficiently strong to control the situation as fa as the Ural British officers recently escaped from a prisoners camp at ac cording to the Osnahruek and they are stilltit They made their escape through a subterranean which it took the officers nine months to A big reward has been offered by the commanding general in Hanover for their BROADER PROVISIONS FOR EXEMPTION pro visions for exemption have been writ ten into the manpower now be fore so that the nations war industrial fabric may not be upset by tmdulylarge withdrawals of men more than 32 years of for military ser ELEMENT r to the Vancouver Trades and Labor Council Will resign In a body it recommendation pass ed by the executive of organiza Ion Is and a reorganization f union labor with the radical ele ment eliminated as heads will A resolution calling upon the dole tes to resign next Thursday was tagged at meeting of the Trades and Labor Council It is planned t hold a new election August 2J CRUEL TREATMENT Abandoned in Boats After Ves sel Was Blown Up Hy Bombs A Canadian Atlantic crew of the British schooner Gladys Holland tins been landed at La reporting their vessel was sunk by an enemy submarine yesterday AT STARLAND In Woman and Wife Mm Star Serins adapter from Jano the Immortal novel by Charlotte Hronte at Starland Wertnes1 day and Alice Urady risen i to heights In her delineation of j the unfortunate Ousted from i tho homfi of the the rich whlch brings its possessor Into tha first rnnn of Is owned by Vnleii Un the ot a thousand AT THE EMPRESS Thn type of woman who composed Russias famous Death Is being shown at the Empress thoafra lives with wliom she is living at the where Bttfa Is portray opening nf tho because of the young sons Jane Kyre Is sent to an Institution presided over by the cruel Here she wins all and luckily os from Its Irksome confines when she secures a position HS jcoverness to the daughter of Edward Roih Rochesters hud be come and he had been told by her mother that she Is Ing the heroine of The Rose ot This William Fox which shows the underplots leading up to the gigantic has an engrossing seldom seen in his torical Tremendous crowds are flocking at every performance to see this big spec which combines the name ot Us noUd star with story distinctly worth Into the eventful lite of one he scenario writer has bride of less than fortyeight Ern est nee Stella Victoria Mor committed here today by throwing herself from a canoe In the Lawrence River some distance from Two men standing on a dock not away put in a but were unable to reach her before she after coming twice to the surface of the The suicide re veals some tragic The young a member of a highly respected was married Saturday night to a returned soldier giving the name of Krnesl and the couple took rooms at the Windsor Sheleft a note addressed to her sis ter In which she slated that during the while her husband Investigation of papers documents in his These revealed lie had a wife and young child living in Eng When the police wore notified of the Jewett was promptly placed un der arrest and is being held for He does not deny his first matrimonial A Canadian Atlantic Captain Cluett said that the Gladys llollet was bound from with a cargo of herring for New Yesterday morning at 10 oclock he sighted a submarine about three miles The Uboat bore down on him at filll he and signalled for him to heave The comman der of the submarine ordered the cap tain to send a boat to the This was done and the German skip per and twoof his heavily armed and laden with were taken on board the They ransacked ship from stem to said Captain and even took my old watch and nautical There was hardly a thing moveable left on the vessel after they got and we were allowed to take nothing but the Clothes we stood Captain Cluett said that the Ger after the put bombs in her and ordered the Hollets crew to row them hack to the A few minutes later they heard a loud explosion and saw their vessel turn over on her beam in which position she remained when they Jopt sight of her in the haze They reached a buoy at 11 oclock Monday night and made fast to it until this when they rowed into La 1 The Gladys Hollet was a ship of 150 tons built In She was owned by of E from the governments of Russia and Fin have opened conferences In Ber lin for the conclusion of a peace treaty between Russia and according to advices received William Von under secretary for foreign opened the sittings with a speech in which he stated that the German gov ernment would hav representatives iu attendance at all sessions of the conferences in order to assist the delegates in reaching an agreement that would be mutually president of Row tho privy who recently returned from arrived here this morning anil will at tend todays sitting of the cabinet When seen Rowell said he had nothing to add to statements as to the situation made by he falls In love with June I been able to crowd a host of incidents and announces his in ihoii make up a story erloR brother who is In bad of povrrful financial brings Rochj Uazn Tnpenlta is a girl of the esters He conceals people who attracts Prince to her but she breaks loose and stabs him and marries She carries With Ihe scuffle awakens but she is her her high the hatred kept In the dark as to Valeries idon he has always felt toward the rulinar class of her She is banded On wedding Valerie ngain iwlth a of and escapes and the truth Is disclose Rho haa Promised to carry out theii Jane is about to when the poor wln insofar as she is demented woman runs to the vatnr and is The cross besetting the two lovers Is and they IT 13 M CH ILD will not suffer with aimburn or heat rash if you use The Superintendent of Fresh at says We always keep a supply ot ZamBuk at our Childrens AVe use It constantly for stings dud as well as for bruises and and be lieve there Is nothing to ZatnBuk ts especially suitable for a childs tender owing to its purity of It contains absolutely none of the coarse ani mal or harsh mineral drugs found in jnrdlnary All AT THE ORPHEtJM Have you ever noticed that Valeska Suratt photoplay Is one of the biggest drawing cards an exhibitor can bnoli Have ever wandered about the streets of your city when a Valeska Surntt film is being exhibited and lis tened to the stray whisps of conversa tion that drift from passing groups of women If you you are certain to have heard such brief phrases as my She wears such won derful gowns really must see She Is always marvelous You cant afford to miits I paw it myself and its a magnifi cent picture Such comments Invariably foli w th showing of a Valeska Suratt film Am there ia a reason for this to be Suratt has That elusive charm which Is rarely attain ed on the screen has been captured the noted actress of William Fox The distinctive characteristic BOTHA Press Dis patch from Renters in a to the people of him since his Rowell has the South African union on the occas secured a permanent residence in Otion of the anniversary of the entry m tawa will bring his family the war of the British said auvy our effort with that unfailing energy and courage so necessary for complete the only conclusion which can bring a world We have clear proof be fore us that peace without victory would be disastrous and the only re sult would be the preparation for an even more appalling General Botha exhorted every man and woman in South Africa to unfalt eringly to do his or her duty toward attaining the desired RESENT OF SIR editor In chief of the Toronto News cabling from England says Informed Canadians here resent criticism levelled at Sir Robert Bord en because of his prolonged stay in The prime minister wants to leave but is detained in connec tion with problems of vital importance ti the welfare of the Canadian army and the allied When the facts nre known some of the impatient writ ers in Canada will regret their present According to Canadas overseas soon will take part in great The Community Burden What are you and I doing to lighten our communitys burden Are we piling on the back of our community indifference and neglect Are we hold ing back our patronage If we are adding to the We are making it But if we are generously giving our community our loyal then we are doing our share in making the burden We can so direct our words and actions as to lighten that Dont break the back of your own Do what you can to lighten the ANCHORDONALDSON LINE POPULAR SERVICE Canada to Glasgow For full information apply to Agents or Companys 270 Main the proposed exchange of American and Serman war prisoners the Nachrich ten of Hamburg takes it upon itself to advise the German government to re Ject all such overtures on the follow Ing grounds the Americans would by this enjoy exceptional treat which besides being unfair to the other would enormously facilitate recruiting in America sec assuming that the Americans have taken fewer prisoners than the it would be natural for the allies of America to make up the re quisite number of which would indirectly enhance Americas reputed tho article should be The newspaper further demands that as a retaliation for Americas disgraceful entry into the the idea of an exchange should be enter tained only after allother prisoners are RIOTERS ON TRIAL alleged riot three of whom were soldiers wearing the hospital appealed today in police charged with disorderly conduct in connection with the recent outbreaks when Greek res taurants were All were re manded until tomorrow at the of he crown attorney In order Uiat the prosecution might bo During their appearance the court was besieged by n crowd soldiers who demanded the release of their They were ujoitctl by i GERMANY NEAR END OF ITS in a cable to the Mall and Empire from France says The fifth year of the war lias open ed disastrously for the who during the weekend have been forced to abandon what now amounts to four fifths of the territory captured by them since their offensive on May On the road yesterday I passed a batch of about UOO to 400 They were nothing like the men in the early days of the but they could not be classed as men of poor phy Prisoners taken during the present operations in cluded fourth rate Immature and deformed ITUED Delivered to any part of ihe LETHBRIDGE BREWERY LAST TIMES TONIGHT WORLD PICTURES PRESENT NINEYEAROLD MADGE EVANS N Gates of Gladness ALSO Pathes History of the War AND The Fourteenth Man Christie Comedy VALESKA SURATT in TONIGHT Victim And Other FEW IPS AN N LIFTS D JT Says There Is No Excuie for Cut ting Corns and Invitiny Sore hard soft corns or any kind of a corn can harmless ly be lifted right out with the fing ers if you will apply directly upon the corn a few drops of says a Cincinnati It is claimed that at small cost one can get a quarter of an ounce of freezone at any drug which IB sufficient to rid ones feet of every corn or callus without pain or soreness or the danger of infec This simple while dries the moment it ia applied and does not inflnmo or even irritate the surrounding This anifouncement will interest many for it is said that the present high hoel footwear is putting corns oil practically every womans WEDNESDAY AND THURSDAY ALICE BRADY in WOMAN AND WIFE I ALICE BRADY WOMANWIFE ALSO A QOQP COMEDY EMPRESC Theda Bara in The Rose of Blood TONIGHT AND FOX 8TANDARP ALSO hUGHIE MACK AND QAUt TOMORROW flENRY In COM6DY ;