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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - July 3, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta WEDNESDAY, JULY 3. 1918 THE LETrtBRIDGE DAILY HKRALD PAGE FIVE j900 PRISONERS IN SERIES RAIDS Rome, July 3.-Italian forces along the Lower Plave delivered a number of hard strokes at the Austrian defense* yesterday, fighting their way forvyard against desperate resistance, the war office announced today. The advance was over the difficult terrain, near the river's mouth, which is partially flooded. The Italians captured approximately 190 Auatrlans together with trench guns, machine guns and war materials. FRENCH RAIDS ON THE ITALIAN FRONT. Rome, July 3.-French troops were active yesterday on the Italian fronts carrying out brilliant* raids from their positions on the Aslago Plateau as the result of which prisoners were taken, says today's war office statement. enl Innl nprlng whnn the Orion local was cnjaiiized and tho pooplo preflont wore v�ry glad of tho opportunity of Klving him a hearty welcome. Mr. King's addroRH wnsnn hlu usual cnrn-est nnrt IntoreBtlnK niunncr and was Kfcntly npprcclatod nnrt enjoyed by the largo (ludionco. The connfintratod attention given to Mr. Kinp; wns tho finest conipilmont that could have beuii ottered to hlni. Uoli GillioR, ot Foremost, enlivened the ovonliig with Konuj very humorouB anccdoict. and lr.i.ier>4cnallonH. Tho aPPlouHe ho received was a guoranteo of thi> onjoyniont of tho andlcnee. ' Mr. J. .r. MnClclland, of Purple Springs, a director of the II. O. G., then gave a moat ImpresHlvc addresH. Mr. McCIolInnd ninrie a grout innny boosters for the U. G. G. tor everyone present carried away with llicin an iindorBtanrtlng ot tho groat .work thai tho V. 0. O. Is accoinpllHliIng and plans to accomplish in the future. The meeting wna an absolute success In every way and certainly gave the farmers ot this district some very Important things to think nbout. The crops In the Orion district arc;^ in much better shape than in most parts of Southern Alberta. It there is a good heavy rain In tho next week j and favorable conditions following the crop will average nbout ton bushels on all the land socdod. It the rain does not come It will be a hustle to procure feed for the stock for next winter. GREAT GROWTH IN U:S. SHIPBUILDING Amazing Record in Output in June Shown By Figures. WANT PROTECTION FROM ALLIES. Archangel, Russia, .iuly 3.- (Havas Agency.)-The ronsiils of France, the United Htntes and Groat Britain received a deputation ot delegates from the Murman Coast und tho White Sea Coast asking for tho protection ot lh.e Kntente -illicd governments. � **C McLaren's Jelly Powders. Sale Price,, CA*. 6 packets ................................ DvC 4 lb. Pails Strawberry Jam. _ Sale Price............................... if IQ Brunswick Sardines in oil, mustard or tomato sauce. 6 tins ................ 2 lb. tins Loggles Eagle Blue Berries, 2 tins ............................ Sweet Corn, No. 2 tins. 2 tins............................ 2/2 lb. tins Pineapples. Sale Price ...................... Deliveri*! Evcrjr Hour 50c 35c 50c 39c Gold Coin White Potatoes, dry and mealy. Special Sale Price, per 100 lbs........... Clarke's Soups, In tins, all kinds. 2 tins-................................. Ontario Cheese, very choicest. Sale Price, per lb................................. Schcpps Sweetened Cocoanut. Sale Price, per lb................................. Rice Flakes, Kelloggs- Sale Price, 3 packets .............................. Crape Nuts. 2 packets .............................. Kellogg's Krumbles. Sale Price, packet ................................ .. 33c ..36c ..27c .,10c Phone 313 / and .Tack Picktord to write and act In respectively, a photoplay dnalir.,:; witli "The Spirit ot '17," in wlncSi Jack Picktord in starring at Starlar.d. Veterans of the Civil and Spanlsli-.\m' erlcau wars play a prominent part. � Tho splendid cast which supports .Mr. Picktord includes Ivatherlne McDonald. Edytlie Chapman, Helen Kddy, .1. W. Johnson and L. X. Wells, as wcil as tho work ot Jlr. William D. Taylor, the director, deserves special commendation. Scenic effects of exceptional beauty have been secured by cameraman Ha-mer Scott. Julia Crawford Ivers, v.iio arranged the story for screen prese"-tation, has done several of young M;-. PIckford's recent scenarios, including "Tom Sawyer." in which he scored a signal success. In addition to the feature a good comedy and a Bairnsfather cartoon, ot scenes from the trenches, will be shown'. Washington, July 3.-Advices received here today say there was fighting in which some Red Guards were killed when the Czecho-Slovak forces ousted the BolshevikJ authorities at Vladi- , vostok several days ago and took' complete possession of the important port and terminal of the trans-Siberian railway. martiaH law in austrian duchy Southern Alberta Amalgamated Fair and Stampede LETHBRIDGS, ALBERTA JULY 22nd to 27th, 1918 SOUTHERN ALBERTA'S BIGGEST HOLIDAY EDUCATION AND ENTERTAINMENT FOR EVERYONE. SOMETHING DOING EVERY MINUTE LIVE STOCK EXHIBITS. POULTRY SHOW. INDUSTRIAL EXHIBITS. MACHINERY DEMONSTRATIONS CHILD WELFARE EXHIBIT. STAMPEDE FEATURES. PLATFORM ATTRACTIONS. HORSE RACES. MIDWAY SHOWS. GOVERNMENT WOOL AND EGG EXHIBITS. Reserved Seats npw on sale. Applications for Boxes will also be received at New Office, Qalt Qardeni, Priie List on Application. Entries Close July 8th. Phono 328. W..McC. MOORE, Mgr., Lethbridoe 'Amsterdam, July 3.-Martial law has ^een proclaimed In the Austrian duchy of Styria, the newspaper Pester Lloyd of -Budapest announces. The measure was taken, it is stated, in order to deal with mutiny and desertion and the refusal of some persons to serve the state in any capacity, as well as other offenses. Ottawa, July 3.-For some time past Sir Edward Kemp, minister ot overseas mlUtia forces of Canada, has been endeavoring to sedure the adequate recognition of Canadians with the Royal Flying Coriw and Royal Naval Air Service, now the Roj-al Air 'Force. After negotiating ivith the air ministry. It has been arranged as a preliminary step that the ministry shall keep records \ip to date of the number ot Canadians now in the Royal Air Force and those hereafter on-rolled. These names will be grouped in a special Canadian section, and will include not only Canadian otticers seconded among the Canadian forces, but also those who joined in the air service either in England or in Canada. The forming ot this Canadian section or list, win not affect the grouping of Canadians in squadrons of the Royal Air Force. At an early date all Canadians in the Royal Air Force will have a epeclal distinguishing mark or badge on their uniform, but the form ot the badge has not yet beeu decided on. The air ministry has agreed to give the overseas ministry full information regarding all specially tHstlnctlve exploits of Canadian airmen and specially concerning those tor which decorations are awarded. call up 400 per day at montreal Ottawa,' July 3.-Respecting reports of the falling away of recruits in Montreal, it was stated at the military service branch to-'day that~orders had been Issued to call up 400 men a day In the Montreal district. This, it was added, was In accordance with the request of the military authorities. If more men could be handled, they could be called. extend destroyer program of u. s. Washington, July 3.-Further increases In the United States navy's destroyer program Is contemplated. Discussing today the launching of fourteen destroyers as part of the celebration of the Fourth of July, Secretary Daniels said the stocks In every yard are now being worked to capacity and if means can be found additional ways will be constructed. canadian officer is court-martialled London, July 3.-Major Andres Cory, Canadian Artillery depot, was court uiartlaled today tor absentlug himself without leave when ordered to pro ceed to Canada and failing to embark. Captain Cummins said the accused was being returned lo Canada as a surplus officer but Cory said ho did not want to return i)s he had business here. The accused was told he ought to resign but this was not approved. Accused snid litigation had been pending against Jilm tor some time, as co-respondeiU in a divorce suit. He thought it would be possible for a lady to go with him lo Canada. Ans-werihg the president of the court, Cory said he had a wife living in Canada, " > jit '"?J,* '/ '^/fT>'*' NAZIMOVA ifA "REVELATION" AT THE EMPRESS TONIGHT german aviation recruits desert WERE INDICTED. New York, July 3.-Professor Chas. Strangeland, former second secretary of the American embassy in London und Captain Gustav Lingren of the Swedish army were indicted here yesterday tor conspiracy to violate the Trading With The Enemy Act. The men were arrested some weeks ago and are at liberty under bail NEWS MOTES On the opening day ot the � campaign, Kitchener subscribed $50,000 to the Red Cross. Helen Lavoi, tlie six-year-old daughter of Mr. Frank l.ravoi, of Calgary, was drowned in the Bow River. Mathew A-lIen, widely known in America and England as a 'trainer of racing horses, died at his home in Brooklyn, aged S3 years, WhIl* crossing the road, Victor Do-celles, ot Ottawa, 9 years ot ago, was struck by an automobile and died a taw minutes later. Nursing Sister Emma F. Penee, ot Kingston, has been appointed assis tant matron ot No. 2 Canadian General liiJspltal ot Le Troport, France. Rev. J, H. McBain, B.A., formerly of Simcoe, commenced his pastorate at Trinity Methodist Church at Kitchener. London, July 3.-Young Germans learning to fly are deserting into Holland wholesale. "Whole batches of German pilots training at Nlvelle in Belgium," says a British official statement, "secreted stores of petrol and flew across the Dutch fi'ontier, where they were surrounded and interned." The reasons for the defections, it is learned, are that wastage among German aviators have forced the army aviators to coerce recruits, and that the coerced recruits find the intensive training intolerable and that training accidents abound. build steel ships at prince rupert Vancouver, July 2.-A New York dispatch to tho Vancouver Province says that a syndicate ot Canadian and American interests will construct ten steel ships ot 8,800 tons eacli at Prince Rupert, B.C., at a cost ot approximately $10,000,000. Tho steel ie to be fabricated in Pittsburg and assembled in Prince Rupert at tho floating drydock ot the Grand Trunk Pacific Railway. It is stated that the new company has leased the dry dock for five years for shipbuilding purposes. no change in coast strike at the empress An ultra-Bohemian, Parisian cafe of the Latin Quarter was built in the Metro studios tor the staging of scenes in "Revelation," the great Nazimova's initial sufrring vehicle under the .Metro banner, which is t,he attraction at the Empress tonight only. The spacious setting rcpreeenting "The Cabaret of the Three Delights" -wine,  women and song-brought tho exotic Bohemian atmosphere of a gay Parisian cafe to tho Metro studio. The jolly "frequenters" drank and smoked at scores o� tables in carefree revelry, while waiters scurried about dlspeneing drinks. At the bar, in the roar, were gathered .Apaches and other denizens o� the unconventional Latin Quarter. AT STARLAND stories of slackers and heroes and stay-at-honies as well as of soldiers have been rife, on the screen recently, but it has remained for Judge Willis Browa of the Chicago Juvenile Court Vancouver, July 3.--There Is no change in the slriko situation this afternoon and the resumption of street car service over the lines ot the B.C. Electric is as tar away as ever apparently. No eltort \\a\ been made to run cars on the company's system. UNION BANK CHANGES Montreal, July 3.-P. \V. Ashe, manager-in-chief of the London, England, branch ot the Union bank of Canada, has been transferred to Toronto, as assistant manager. His place in London will be taken by John Gdddos, manager o� the Vancouver branch of the bank. George S. Harrison will become manager of the Vancouver bank. BACK TO WORK AID BLIND OFFICER Washington, July 3.-A bill giving a monthly allowance of $100 for twenty years to Lieut. F'rank Barber, a Brlt--)-i> ish otficer, who was blinded last li'eb-ruttry by an accident at Camp Wheeler, Georgia, was passed today by the aeiit ate. Secretary Baker approved the measure �s un net ot "Intornatloiiul courtesy and grace," ? ACCEDE TO U.S. REQUEST. ? Washington, July 3.-Pana- ? ma informed the state depart- : ment today that the decree sembly had been withdrawn ; and that the elections would bo troops In Panama and Colon last Sunday to maintain order ? Mn fulfillment of its treaty obll- ? g'tttlons. �> Vancouver, July 3.-Two thousand employees ot and Shamrocks In 1914, and.starred at outride right tor KltsUnno, Vancouver, In 1910. ' ' "Mon Vieux, Prends du FerNinate" n.i.�l�tyMhM/*^Om'nnM.�>, \ ETaa.ia Fraaea tb�r \ ."TakeNuxatedbim / OWN"  1m^e, atrcBKlh aai M�o4 fcWIMr yrabably reaicdr kaa ever mutt OTtib �Bch �k�aoamal �aeaeaa haa Nas-'atcd IroB. 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